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Creston Review Sep 20, 1912

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Array iVESTIGATES  li  Of irvj  ffljfi  , P. ASKS FOR OWN  ___ _? SOTS-fS * Tlftll  h nai mm wm *^_. e ebq _a   ss ,3 is n.i-re*  *CI C.f������������t.A>������i������iA4tai-cwil  (SJ4������        *-/84A<A4.WA4'tk������l������4AM������Agl,_*  /a. tt%M.  gg;   fK>lE-t������������������    Of    Atty^VBCBBai  Conducts Case  An investigation as to the methods  Unln-D-c���������t Wttian Inn iho 1*_f<rti nf Anmiat,  /mmm.mjf ....    vr **-'���������   ������*���������*   mm.m m 9 m.m mm   mm...^....^.  I'stice of the Peace H. Weber heard  [ittmoni&ls, behind closed doors, of  number of interdicts and several  to be connected  ?her:  nss SiippcssAi  Have pursued.  John Black, chief of police for the  West Kootenay district was here to  assist in the investigation  but  had  ** ' "v  little to nay during the trial.  W, hat the result of the investigation  ���������will be is not known. Mr, Shoebotham  who heard the case will only make a  report of the evidence to his depart-  ttienb and he says that this Is probably  all that Oreston will hear of the matter.  Geo. Mead has filed charges at Nel-  8ors against Gunn for arresting and  assaulting him and he intends to sue  for ������6000 damages. " Mr. Gunn has  filed an appearance and the JK. O. will  handle the case.  Mr. Shoebotham is at the present  time engaged in a commission of investigation of ail the municipal jails  in the province regarding their self-  LOCAL ME  O. O. S.f SIGNAFIES ORANBROOK  CO-OPBRATiVE STORES  ..L-C    4L1 *._A.-.* *���������         -A.      ��������� #, ., fi.. A ������  WliX VUO  U_IIAIUIU|J    IU    W.IUUI.-    iui-    flllS  Hie:  1 -  .mj\w.mm.mm  mm.������t   4>A������*������*_  __l_4^-.__    :a_  the provincial government. The investigation is for the information of  the department uf the attorney  general. Bis visit to Oreston waa due  to emergency and was taken up outside of his regular work.  HERE AND THERE  edicts, ao to where the liquor was  -i -  tained.  and as to the manner in  lich evidence was obtained by .8.  Tuck,' a supposed secret, service  tn, who took a bottle of whiskey  the cell where the arrested men  i been placed, _sd the way in which  nstable Geo. M. Gunn arrested  ftse men, was held in the local court  m on Tuesday afternoon by T. B.  oebotham of Vancouver, who was  ointed by the attorney-general to  fce the investigation.  "Tie investigation was made at the  'iuesfc of George Meade who on the  :ht the testimonials  were  taken,      General Nogi, hero of ?*.-?& Arthsr ia  [a1 arrested  when,  he and several J war with Russia aad ^supreme military  ,_sssc3 say, itying'tv gaiu entrance  The regular meeting of the W.'O. T.  U. was held at tbe home of Mrs. Barton  on Wednesday, Sept. 11th. The cScers  elected for the ensuing year were, Pros*  ident. Mrs. Knott, 1st Vice president.  Mrs. MoMann, Secretary, Mrs, Carpenter. All oth������r officers **ei*6 -re-elected.  The W. O, T. U������ anticipate doing some  deflnate work in Creston this winter. A  good attendance is requested at the next  meeting, the second Thursday of the  month, October 10 at the home of Mrs.  Dr. Henderson.  ���������-Stanflelis underwear at the Oreston  aVffj-a ���������a_r ���������- ���������** *"* -i  XuGrc&u vim*  ���������i  are unloading a  car of new  Tin*/>tby Hay.   First Olass Quality.  . c S. A. Speers.  Mrs J. W. Dow, Mrs. H. Nicholas and  daughter, Mrs. R. M. Reid and Mrs. H  S. McOreatb were among-the Cranbrook  .J-  fair goers on Tuesday.  ���������Yea get five per cent discount at  Thk Cash Store.  Sessy Hamilton left Wednesday for  Medicine Hat to get his son David who  has been confined to a hospital there for  several months.  ���������HJrchange Alberta farm lands for  gord fruit land. Give particulars. Wit.  o_eu Real Estate, Calgary, Alta.  Hunters say there will be  a record  T*hfi las?-- *- fmmmx f.e xUf.   4-l_������,.*~_    a...   *. b{llin_ t\9 Anr.\rm ������-Vl������ *-1l  XJU.O   anWAA   XIX   XXUXXII VX   AJAAO     XJX-paXViX      UI4- m.-m.m.jp   mm   _%a������.������m������   WWW  JbCAAA.  tel is beiug plowed up and regxaded and  \  mm    ���������___������_SB**a.    -4ES    ,*.-_��������� ***-������������    -k������a^\������S_>������a.j^    ������_ mmfm. mm, wm Jt'   - 4>  tm -vuw _o  wiaxft  vavuvuu  cjsx **t_i������i&   AW*  ft1__A     *>_J*S������t-     _"������,-# \mte ~X    *--  ���������mv   ������*������ _v*v*������-a,   VV������H-_������VM -^\IV������-i.iUUOUV  ****!  donated $2500 to the Dry Farming Con  g������6n|.tobeheid at Lechbridge, besides  preparing to spend $10,000 ia staging an  exhibit from the province'.  ���������FOUND, gold watch with chain'  Owner can have same by proving property and paying for this advertisement  Mrs. ������. Bot'erill.  Albert and A. D. Piokard of Lereestsr  England wore ia Orestoo. TW.i*tnd nv wad  Tuesday looking over trait lands.  (the rooij**, i^rgiye ba^i fot one of the  sinners, by Mr. Gunn on the charge  uioturbing the court, and aiso by  .request of-Mr. Welter, who appar-  jtiy believing that he was within the  V in his proceedure, desired to have  jajat-ter cl*w*red up.  ith the exception of the arrests  the men involved in the.''blind pig"  -e, which Policeman Gunn claims  jre not dopei ��������� in any' out of the  \y- manner, Mr,. Weber freely an������_  ndidly assumed ttye blame for the  lolo  trouble,: saying that at that  [he he believed that he was right and  what waa done was w^ong, it was  miatako, for it was at his order  t no one was allowed to enter the  urt room, and that Mr. Meade was  rested, and that it was in his knov/1-  go that Tuck was put in the cell to  jure uvluenoe  fi-_������ii the pi-lsorieia.  Weber and Mr. Gunn however  tiled knowing anything about Tuck's  j* of the whiskey In the cell.    Tuck  s cleared out, tho last being heard  hi in (s that ho was on tlio way to  [o  Klondike,   Mr. Bhoebotlian said  at the uao of a secret service man Is  liumon 'and is justlllablo In such a  lite as this.  [Aeenrilln**; to a '-Ijmihh in thu ntiitiit<"H  |o puhlic may Ix* oxoludod from a  Suit room during; trial of curtain  lues and It was ivlth this In mind  Ir. Weber said, tl*iit ho heard tent!  ���������Tbe O.O.S. Company, of Oranbrook  is disposing of several branches of their  business, and bargains galore, is the order of tbe day in Cranbrook.. C^escoo  folkB Bhould get on the inBide, a tetter  coonoUor of the emperor,, and his w^if e.L . _    *   ���������  ~     '   ; .,���������    ��������� '  , a V      .  ^������^������������������B������too������������^ wnoie f  CouutesH   Sf^.^sli_rt^8������MM__v^n_fliT};*^*r.u'-   ������    >      - -    -...-ti+rx -- ���������^OTrfpsrers.vhaytoaveffTmffcBlery  CouutesH   Sf^^slasft^8������B������afty^iBi|Sit>fK^''r ���������  uinowix uoCeosary regarding the special  committed suicide in accordance with  the ancient Japanese oustom as their  final tribute to their departed emperor  and friend Mutsuhito.  '" Kootenay Lake is to have & summer  i  home resort subdivided and laid out by  the provincial government, at Lookhart  breefe, about three miIbb north of Boswell, and which wlH probably sold at  auction sometime next summer.,  Tho?EngH8h army and tho German  navy are playing at war, individuilly,  this week. ?,;'  Vni. .      W. JJ.. mlmmmm*      -*     1lT-t���������_���������  JhUVUItM,      AaUCKAVOU,     1JA14A4IOU4.      W41    AIOAOUU  and eve? tv.*euty yea*- proprietor of the  Madden house suddenly died of heart  failure. Wednesday night.  Grand Forks is to hold its fair vnext  week on the 26th and 27th. It is expeo-  tud to be and agricultural exposition full  ot Interest, with over $2,000 in premiums  and $b00 in apeolal pri/.ou.  prices. Iron beds are selling at $2,75  any size. Dressers and stands at $11.  Itinoleum 65o sq. yard, 'Tapestry Rngs  size 9x9 $6.00. Mens suits $5.85. Hundreds oi pairs of mens shoes going at  i--an i__  UtMJ.   JJJ.HJO.  1->-_._l    _������,���������*������������������     mmX     ������.!..,.      0.m.  X\KMXX   VllOUlg       \I*XII     J_;4AA\4\...      A4AA  ���������"DOUGLAS VIIiliA" for sale, or  rent cheap. Apply, John Darbyshirf,  726, Caledonia Avenue,   Tictoria, B, O.  Tom Harris and Geo. Young returned  Tuesday from a short hunting trip in  the White Grouse Hills.  ���������A full line of guns and ammnni-  tioii at the Mercantile.  .Qrouse are so plentiful that A. Okell  -���������>  found three on his oflSce table Tuesday.  ti'.  -We?havejn?onrjda?\j" whole spicss  seedl  for the pickling season. S. A. Speers:'  ' Mr. and Mrs. O. Hall of Canyon City  and Mrs. Waylett of Winnipeg were  visitors at the Gilpin hess-s on Tuesday.  Cranbrook To Build  Exhibit Building  everything, $5.00 will do the work of $10  don'fc overlook this opportunity to buy  at lees than manufacturers prices. Yery  special prices on lace ourtains, arch, curtains, window fixture.?. all sale prices  are V. O, B.. Cranbrook, no charge'for  packing.  B. A. Cleveland of Vancouver, who  has charge of the la*ing out of tbe route  of the Transcontinental Automobile  highway, name down over the Summit  Creek trail Sunduy. leaving Monday  noou on the east bound traiu. He will  retnru iu about a week and go back over the trail again.  ���������Got your coriander and mustard  seed, your Tumiorlo, Chillies aud ginger  for tho pidliliug floiiHou ut S. A.  Speers.  ���������Just arrived, new stock of rubber  boats and shoes.   A. Mirabelli.  , Mrs. C. O. Rodgers left Wednesday  for Oranbrook where she is to aot a*  judge at the baby show at the Agricultural Association's Fall Fair.  ���������Good Doherty organ for snlo  Price reasonable.���������Apply Drugstore  D. W. Briggs, wife and daughter of  Portland Oregon, visited at the home of  C O. Bodgers tho first of the week.  ���������Eoonomy Can Sealers, finest in thi  world, for Hale by the Orenton Hardware  & Furniture Co., solo agents in the  kootenay Valley.  A Night View of the  Spokane Interstate F&Ir  In all tbe world's history there is no  episode   more thrilling than Cortes',  conquest of Mexico. Preseeti _ history  of this invasion is more fascinating  fklln ftnUtmrn. m~A St- r.f.mm..f Su^^nJlAnVt.  ,J~.������~_   .Lm%J.x*xxi  AAIAAAA   all     OOO4LM0  llll.ACUIIICflU'lO  that this little band of Spanish adventurers could invade a populas civilized  country, inhabited by men as brave  and courageous as the ancient Aztecs  and by btrategem and pure nerve overthrow the Emperor Montezuma and  assume the reins of government themselves. What could make a more  gorgeous pageant than a reproduction  of this invasion with the Spanish  knights in armor, the Aztec Caciques  in their giudy feather costumes and  as a background the beautiful capital  city of Tenochtitian, with the volcano  iztaccihuacl overshadowing the weird  temples of Mexitli and Huifczilapochbl  where grewsiime .-".orifices were offered to propitiate these grim deities.  The Spokane Fair has taken this  subject, for the night upectacfe to be  given every night during the week of  Sept. 30, and it promises to eclipse all  previous efforts in this line, even  though the ni^ht show of 1911 "Pic*  neerDays In tbe Palouse." drew al-  most as large an attendance as did the  day races. Pour hundred performers  will take part in this pageant, and it  will be staged with absolute accuracy  in every historical detail. * ,  The climax of the play, when the  Spaniards have finally repulsed the  Aztecs psixX burn thk city, is said to be  foteng&iy^ihj~-U&^^  a marvelous display of fireworks, $1,-  530 worth of .glittering pyrotechnics  being burned each night.  Other night attractions include band  concerts, vaudeville program and three  new contests���������viz, the log chopping  contest, the firemen's tournament and  the miners' rock drilling contest, in all  of which preliminary entries insure  keen competition, The night admission to the fair is only 25 cents and  the same ait the grand stand, and nowhere else will four bits buy as much  amusement.  ,1,1 V, I'.    . . ' , i .  otjlals hehlfid. .cU-aed doors, fearing  nt the oi  .������  wil ii'l������ht Influence tho  ttmonialu. ftinUl also buoanso ho had  !> hituutivn vi milting on tho awe,  it was merely taking testimonials  der oath with tint In tent toil of reining tho prlNoin*i"H for trial latter.  Jowover, A. Johnson, attorney from |  Lethbridgo, Alta., Sept. 10.~-The  Oranbrook, B. 0., Board of Trade has  arranged to coiiRtrnnt. an exhibition  building on the grounds of tho International Dry-Farmed Products Expo-  sltlon this fall and to house their district exhibit.    Oonsont for the con-  i   i  structlon of a building in keeping with  the nreluteetnre of the other bu,lldlln'*'n  has boon grunted by the city and tlio  Exposition Board, and work will commence at onco.  Tho Omnbrook exhibitors havo ai>  MaoonochleB plokled Walnuts tor sale  nt tho Cash Store.  ���������70 inch nil linen tabling   for  Vory cpocta! at t'te Muronutllo,  50-  'toon, who had charge of the ease ranged to como to Lothbrtdgo In auto-  nhiot tho ofllcora, brought out that I Mobiles, 39 having boen secured''fur  Is clause rofora to a different class the purpoun, ami Lhoy wHIlirlug along  cmuo, uiul that Mr. Wober had a *at,K������ camping outfit and camp -n  [ftdu a mistake.   He thoh oug-A-c-itud tho tontod city during tho week of the  Mr. and Mrs. S A. Speers and family went to Oranbrook, Wodnoaday to  attend tbo Fair.  ���������Wo ourry all kinds of nplcoa for tho  piokllng season.   B. A. Speom.  Mrs. T. B. South returned to her homo  in Oranbrook tho first of the week after  spending the summer months iii Orep-  ton.  mm mil un-  ������n% i  rB������>nifii7Kaa-4^  ^IBU������*5. "  c*!iM'i--_-afiR_-  onsrrii-iii  Three Cars of Tomatoes  This Week, Sent Via  Crows  Nest  ���������FOR SALE���������Several fine thoroughbred field spaniel pups   to be bought  ohoap.  Wells.  A  bargain.  Apply  Primrose  6-8t*  Creston Post Qf-  '     f ice Too Small  ,ut.\.  41, ���������     .-. 4������f���������������     .  i  ..   .-         %   Y*,.--  ...#*���������         -TV     4      ���������**���������***  rtrf������  *���������!****'**"* ���������<***<wnt trf^M^^Vf*'**-*w.-v*j-,   im>v������������># ^���������a^''ma*m*a  John Uyokmau killed a 20ft lb.,,block  tall door while out hunting the firut of  the weeit.  Goorgo Mawoouoanghfc a Quo 8 pound  snlniou-trout iu Goat river this week  ��������� i  ���������Our now fall shapes in Mono Hats  havo arrived.   Oroston Moroantllo Co.  i  J. Cook liiib couuuutud to uul um judge  of Fruit at tho Grand Forks Fall Fair  whioh is to bo hold from September 20  to the 37th. Mr. Cook has In tha past  fow years arranged a large number of  prize winning fruit displays and is well  quallnotS for tho poultlon.  ���������AU klndii of vcKotabloH aud fruit for  mu-lo.   I will deliver your ordor.    Jim  iuJwa xjnaawnif  Mafia will be said next Sunday, Sept.,  'im in tho local Catholic oburoh at  10:30  ju. ������u. wjr mimmmx atouu, u. m, L  The business at Creston's post ofiioo  Is getting too largo for the size cf the  oflico and in another year the need for n  more roomy oflioo will be very prosBlug,  This, although well known by the ub-  en of the 0IH00 and tho post planter, is  nccorllng to a statement mado by J. F.  Murray  of Vancouver, first assistant  pnnt office innpeetor, who wan Jooldng  over tbe conditions nt the looal oCiloe  last Saturday.     Among other things  that ko montioned was that B. O. Gibbs  kept things nt his ofiloe in the bout of  condition;   that fow offioos aro to bo  found in as good ehapo.   -'One thing,"  be mid, "fchrii mr.r.y cf the Crest:;;; pcr.-  plo do ia to nbuso the privllogo of mailing letters on tho train.     The   mall  clerks do not havo the timo to sort a lot  of letters ou the train; that is the work  of tho looal post maBtor, and  tho privilege of mailing letters on tho train lu  given   only to aoeomodato   important  man whioh oouid not bo mailed at tho  Offloe iu time for sorting.    The train  should uot bo made your post oHloe'"  | Ho oloaod his romarks by complimenting  ��������� tha district,  A carload of fruit and vegetables for  every day of ths week is what is being  shipped rrom Cre-iton at the present  time. As a growing and shipping point  this district*; ig showing a most- remark-  ������������������������ w.uujwwcuv mis jrtntr. Aiioougn  ���������Sh^ majority of the ranches are fiv������  years old, the Frnit Growers  linen is now makingits sales  in carioid lots. Sy " tomorr iw  evening, this week will have Men the  loading of four refrigerator oar*}, a carload ot ripe tomatoes, two carloads of  green tomatoes and a car load of apples.  The regular amount of daily express  averages two carloads a week.    This  Iban wtAii-Aa    4Us   *.������.t������_.l     e..��������� _���������_a.    ^������    ������._u   .���������- ~m       w������������w      ww^..*        AVAAAISUIUV      mXJX      IW*  loads for the s*x davs.  D. S. Timmons. the saiesm in for tfc<*"  Union and Mr. Staples,, the sseretary  are fairly swamped witn work.' Mr.  Timmons is in great .demand. Whsa  working at a oar, a ranoher wants him  at the storehouse for some boss* oi* e  Wfci^9is-to^������������'f������;i*^ -  other business.       . *   - '    '-'"  ' tvlmt Orestoh _ standing will beess  growing and shipping point in a few  years oan now be well estimated." Next?  year young orchards will be bearing for  the first time and tho several hundreds  of pores of land that were cleared ot  bush thi������year willvbe under -iutlvaiiou,  psssibly largely in Icmatoes as thejft  seems to be a great demand for them.  Mr. Timmons has not- been abl? to get  enough thi9 season to fill all hts  orders?  Sweet corn is something that many  mag doubt the possibility of its being  grown in this district, hooves It has,  been grown this summer and not merely  enough for home ui-e but hundred*** ?o|  orates have been shipped east in tho  Cjiows Nest. Ono ranoher oa.v a his corn *  paid him two dollars a rod in tie row.  The dally express and looal freight  ���������jhipnioi'.tfl are made up principally of  ���������ipples, orabapple*, plums, pears, totna-  tte.i, corh, cabbage,t-quash, citron,, beets  mrrniH, turnips, parsnips, celery ������n'd������  potatoes.  ��������� All sizes in Stahfleld _ uudetvtroar  at the Oreston Mercantile Co.  .,  ���������*'   ^ nz\ m  To Bwild New  Oliicc building:  _  i ������*  1  -.-.'.'J.  .   . ' ''  .':.��������� u ������������������  R. Lamout will soon bnild a new  two-story oiT-loe birtldtng on the property -which Is new owned by Mrs. 2\ S.  Tohns ahd son of Cnlgnry bnft will uoon  ���������>o in tho bunds of Mr. Lnmonta sister,  MIhh B. Lnmont, who now holds an option on the two acres of valuable land  north of Creston Realty Compaule'n of*  flco. Tbo offloe is to have a plats glau*  front and tjjjre will bs livias; rcaws ca  tbo sooond floor oooordlng to Mr. L*-  monts present plans. He wUloonduot  his real euUts ImulnoM*  in ths ntHem  I  I  ?l  1  i MM  I  '*V������'4.>������4  I . ti  .*��������� ''WH't*^'^'1 ���������^'W''''������^'***l'.'W1WN^ ���������������l������f>^f|44Jl|l4^Ll.|.^l#..|#^jJ^  WlW*4������tftoWto������IMiW'*������'*������**������,ll*WWMtttW  i>J������ii^iiftii������it������i<iltwWw*iHiWiii.lteitaii tmmhu  nmumaam  ������niim)/muam  mmwm  1  l-" IM  iMi^iif^^aama  tSBn ������mtfw~mm+������m* \am W.*-!W^f JA*f^^  THE   GRESTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B. C.  iv!  MA-Pisy-co J  KB'  a>r������ entirely different from  others both in their composition and their effect���������complete  evacuation without purging or  discomfort.. t     Y  25c. a box at your druggist's.  NATIONAL BRUQAfJD CHEMICAL ���������BO.  165  3HLM_B>  ~1  I  B*  _?"-  FRED  M.  WHITE  LONDON  WARD. LOCK & CO, LIMITEtD  ������ bout bis business affairs. Perhaps he  i was   looking  forward   to'the   tii_-������'"a"  ?feW years hence when on his release  ;trom gofal he  .could,   blackmail?;'Sir  Cieorge liaredale.  But Sir George had already taken  steps to obviate that. He had learnt  liis lesson and was not likely c put  himself in Copley's power again. A  proper statement of the relationsb'.p  between Copley and himself had b-*-eu  rendered by Sir George's lawyer avl  ample time had been ^n en by ihe  L-&.nKrupicy officials .10. pay. tue. deLit.  Therefore Sir George could look 't'or-  ward with easy mind tc the mo.i.tiu-  pus event at Epsori.  Everything went smpo'.ry and ita.'-  - I fie pronounced the colt as fit to ru 1  a,��������� j for a kingdom. The ouioe was o.~  | j ta.blish.ed in the betting once more  j and at that moment there were few  1 more popular men in England than  ; Sir George Haredale. He wm a'nx-  ! ious, of course, for so niuch depend.-.  ��������� ed upon what was to take place be-  | tween now and next Wednesday, and  j Harry Fielden was not very far from  ��������� the spot; indeed, his feelings were  ! like those of Sir George. His whole  I fortune, too. depended, upon the run-  i uiug of the colt. About the only  1 member of th ~> party who was not un-  j duly anx-'ous was Raffle himself. He  went about his. business with, a kn.ow-  ! ing smile, and refused to discuss even  the possibility of defeat.  Bless   vou,  sir,  he  said   to  Fielden  two days before the race, I can't see  (.Continued. I  May could not repress a smile.  You are always sanguine, she said, {-just win  from    tbe    start. There  In fact, if you were less sanguine, you  would hardly be in your present position. I suppose you pin your faith  to what old Raffles says. But we  need not -liscuss that- I want to forget all about the past few days. I  suppose nobody knows.  Only Harry Fielden. Sir George  said thankfully.  And,  I   suppose,   we  shall  have  to  A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY  An eminent scientist, the other'day,  gave his opinion that the most Wonderful discovery of recent years waa  the    discovery' of      Zam-Buk.    Just  I think!      As soon as a single thin Isiy-  ! er of Zam-Buk is applied to a wound  j or a sore,  such    injury    is    insured  against blood poison!      Not one species of microbe has  been found  that  Zam-Buk does not kill!  Then again. As soon as Zam-Buk  is applied to a sore, or a cut, or to  skin disease, it stops the smarting.  That is why children are such friends  of Zam-Buk. - They carp nothing for  th- science of the thing. All they  know is that Zam-Buk stops their pain.  Mothers should never forget this.  Again. As soon as Zam-Buk is applied to a wound or to a diseased  part, the cells beneath the skin's surface are so stimulated that new  healthy tissue is quickly formed.  This forming of fresh healthy tissue  from below is Zam-Buk's secret of  healing. The tissue thus formed is  worked np to the surface and literary  casts off the diseased tissue above  it. This is why Zam-Buk cures, are  permanent.  Only the other day Mr. Marsh, of  101 Delorimier Ave., Montreal, called  upon the Zam-Buk Co., and told theni  tbat for over twenty-five years be  had been a martyr to eezma. His  hands were at one  tisie so covered  _.(  !_}_������. BISCUIT. CA^jrt  "������E7   A  what you've  got to  fret'about.   The   wi*-h sores  that  he  had  to sle������nr'In  race is in our pockets. It wouldn't  do to disappoint the people now, for  Epsom is Epsom.      But tbat colt will  ain't goim, to be any risks because  so much depends upon it. And what  a story it would make, Mr. Harry,  wouldn't it?  Fielden nodded. They were standing in the Blenheim colt's staii admiring the noble animal, which looked fit to race for his life. There was  no. sign of stateness about him.    He  regard him as one of the family,  though what he is going to live on  and how be is going to keep you,  goodness knows.       I've got nothing.  A smile crossed May's face.  Oh, we are all going to make fortunes out of the colt, she said. If  you are so sanguine yourself you must  I was apparently  *��������� K *v       loct  gloves. Four years ago Zam-Buk  was introduced to him and in a few-  months it cured him. To-day-���������over  three years after bis cure of a disease he had for twenty-five years���������be  is still cured, and bus had np. trace, of-  any return ot tbe eczma!  All druggists sell Zam-Buk at 50c.  box, or we will send free trial bos  if you send this advertisement aud a  lc. stamp tto pay return postage).  Address Zam-Buk Co.. Toronto.  ���������M.rjL-  IAN'ONCE MOM  Any man addietPd to the drink habit can  banish his craving for  alcoholic stimulants -forever.  v. '  py*a *g ^_r,*'V _��������� *"- "' "���������        ���������  * ine urink Habit \Mn  si*   O  e ~Cured, |   1 in 1    11 -1 1 11   - - -   el  cuuee and, as Raffles said, bis temper  was perfect.  He won't mind the crowd and tbe  horses, h*.' said, laying his hand on the  colt's glossy neck  a tractable animal  The uiahihOuQA-, or. Sird Hocks -.  The  life' of  the lighthouse' keeper  ts a dreary and monotonous one. There  are  among the many  stations along  I never saw such ' Tl*e Canadian    Atlantic    seaboard    a  .\nd it is a proud i number of isolated and barren, places  The only Baking Powder  n**.ade in Canada that has  all its ingredients plainly  printed on tlie labdL  ni!si_Li  IN THREE DAYS  BY  THE  .  1  TDU A T  111  Wo    Hypodermic    Injections.     N**s bad after effects. Completely re-    tt.  moves all traces of alcohol from the   system ���������*������������������  Write   us   today   for full  Information.  'l  1_TT^  XT' A S I T-V! *__r ��������� '-Thm ��������� TnT-lTr!  405 Broadway. Winnipeg  /  2244 Smith 3���������, Regina  820 Thirteenth Ave..  3algar3  ror economy we secosn-  mend the one pound cans.  4^__a_a?aE_iA_ia-a:rt?*������V3������^  _av for me to live to see the Bleu-! ou which it is necessary to maintain  ���������.elm blooi doins a bis thing like this, i lighthouses  for  the guidance of  the  not grudge  a little  bit  of a similar; 1 always believed in it, sir. though we! manner.     One of them Is Bird Rocks,  -��������������������������� spirit to us.      1 know that Harry has} had  a   stood  many  -failures.       And I j situate about ten mues from Magda-  backed  the colt  for all he is  worth, j wonder what the public would say if j len   ������s'an������   in  the   trUlf of  St.--._aw-  .   It is very dreadful and wrong and ex-j they knew everything.  trav&gant,   but   Harry   tells  me   thatj     They ire not in the. least likely to  this will be the last time.      How siu-| do that. Fielden laughed.      I think'we  gular it i--. that the fortunes of two ��������� were wise to keep the whole thing to  fa. families should depend upon, a horse, j ourselves.      It is just as well, too. to  ^but tbat is the fact and there is no! ',et the colt run as Sir George's pro-  getting away from  it.       Only  think, j perty.      At any .rate, there's no harm  too, that but for the merest accident j done, and    we   haven't    broken   any  the Blenheim colt would never be in1, rules.      Besides, it is all in the fani-  ily  And now. tfcha* are your plans  the Derby at all.      That makes  me  think our good fortune is to continue.  I don't.think fate would play us a low-      _  dowH   trick.       It   is   impossible   that { Sir   George   and  the colt bos been saved only to speed j follow on Wednesday morning. I  ���������us to ruin at the last. But I don't! don't war.t to lose sight of the colt  like to think about it.      I shall be in   if I can help it.      I wish Wednesday  rence.' The rock is 140 feet above  -,-ea level, of solid red slate and does  ���������ao*; possess enough soil "to grow a  peck of potatoes. It is the haunt  of innumerable sea birds and the home  of the light-keeper. To reach the  top of the rock one haS to climb a  perpendicular ladder 130 feet in  length.  During   the   month   of   March   last  A Promoter of Peace  Teacher���������Johnny, what Is tbe name  of the city where peace is promoted?  Johnny���������Reno, ma'am.  or" f*-rao'row   Raffle*   ' ������** you don't ���������the Ha1J-ax steamer Seal, then hunt-  mind. I  will go to Epsom with vouUng for seals, observed the flag at_the  you.;  Miss   Haredale   can'.  A Sad Thought  I think, said the astronomer, that  I have discovered a new canal on  Mars.  Is that so? replied the New Orleans  man, absent-mindedly. ' I wonder  what town's: goln_* to get the celebration?  a fever of anxiety from now till May.  But I'll try to be calm. I must  realize that this is my last bet.  Sir George was content to let it go  at tbat. He was glad to have his  daughter back, glad to think tbat  .things v/e-je no worse. And Fate  bad been kind to him, for he had preserved his name and reputation. He  had lost nothing; indeed, he stood to  be in a better position than he 'had  ever yet occupied. For the first  time for weeks he was looking forward to bis dinner with gusto.  ifti  t*}'**-'^'-":-*     CHAPTFaR XIaTI  "Things turned out    much    as    Sir  George's lawyer had predicted.  ATter  eoveral  adjourned    hearings    Copley  ���������was committed for trial, together with  his asBoci'itos, and Aaron Phillips had  the sat! nf act Ion of giving    the    most I  damning-evidence, against the accused.  Of Foster nothing whatever had been  heard, aiid It waa assumed he had got  ���������safely   out   of  the   country.   Copley's  ���������trial  was net down to take  place In  June, and  in the meantime some of  his creditors bud  made him a bnnk-  .,'-.  Tjipt.      The bubble was pricked. Cup-  ���������'? Hey had nothing to gain by carrying  <m   tbe  pretence  of being  a   man  of  Integrity  and  suhstnuee.      He  stood  out. now  uuub'.iBhed  and   unashamed.  ',      and  refused  to give nny information  Eczema Always  Burning and Itching  was over.  Raffle highly approved the suggestion, so. on the morrow, they went off  ro Epsom with the colt. They literally slept with it all Tuesday night.  The fateful Wednesday dawned without a cloud in the sky. and by noon  the Downs were crowded with people.  (To be Continued)  Children Only  .A ..  IIC  Dreams, .-'  Tho' It's funny how short the journey  seems,  For it's ever so far.  Tbe Dream-man  warbles  his  whistle  and lo!  You're . off���������and   you're   there  before  you know  Where you really are.  See a little head  on  the pillow laid  Two   eyes     with     a    heavy    burden  woighed4  That suddenly close.  Two winks���������and he's there, and the  game's begun���������  That nobody knows.    ���������  How often  we grown-up folks would  fain  That,   the    deamland    people    would  build n train  So big na to let  Us all embark for the country where  X man con get rid of bia load of cure,  And,  rrr>rhaps,  forget!  ammmtmm-mmmmm^ mm m naiiiiij  Our Henry, aged 4. was muoh afraid  of dogs,      Ono day his mother,  putting on  his .hat and  coat,  bade  him  go out In thi> yard to play.      Returning to tho room some time later, Hhe  naw the bow standing ut tlie window  watching a small dog which was vanning about  ���������!������������������������ yard  in a lively mnn-  , nor, now horo, now there, on tho Hte.m  ! and  on  *h������ walk,  etc.   Knowing this  io be the reason he had,,mil. gone out  she   wild*   Why,   Henry," you  are  not  afrnld or that little dog. are yoii?  Tho child drew a deep breath and  said:  ���������    Utile   dog!    That   little   dog!        It  1 'looks 10 1111: .in ii iho yard was iiill uf  doga.  light station half-mast. Captain Far-  quhar forced the vessel through the  hoary" ice to the barricade of ice  which was between forty and fifty  feet high, and on climbing the ladder  found the inhabitants���������one woman,  one young man and a little girl���������in  deep  distress. The    lightkeeper's  body was in an outhouse. He was  drowned two days previously while  duck shooting. The, Seal took the  body to Magdalen Islands for burial  and the widow took up the duties of  tending the ight.  Mis. Bourque is not likely to see  another visitor's face until the government steamer arrives there d  the summer with the regular supplies,  Hers is a weary vigil, a lonesome hie.  Beware of Ointments for Catarrh  that Contain Mercury,  as mercury will surely destroy the winse ol nn_  and   completely   deranee   the   whole   system   ���������whet,  enterta?   lt   throusli   the   mucous . surfaces...-': Suci  arUc.'rs  should  never  be used  except  ou  preei-rip-'  tioiis   rom reputable physicians, aa the damage tfcey  will do Is ten fold to the good yo.u csin pdsslbly dsr  rive trom them.   Hall's Catarrh Cure.' manufactured  by F. s. Cheney * Co.. Toledo..O...contains no.mer-  -;ury,  and Is taken Internally,  aetlns. directly upon  tbe blood and raucous surfaces.of .the Kystetn.   in  buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get   tht  genuine.   It Is taken Internally nnd made to Toleda  Ohio, by P. J. Cheney ������ Co.  TestImoelain free. ���������  gold by -ruse'-ta.   JPslee. 75c. p?r bottle  Take Hall's Family nils for eonstipatfea. ���������  ������������������   ,' Explained    .  Phrenologist���������Dear me, your bump  of destructiveiiess is very large. Are  you a soldier?.  Customer���������No,   I'm   a   chauffeur!  Necessary to  Go  Yes, I really must go tomorrow.  You can just as well stay till Mon  day.  But the folks are expecting me.  Telegraph  them   that  you're   going  to stay.  I'm sorry, but it I stay I'm liable  to lose $1,000 on that deal I told you  of.  Ob, pshaw, the deal can wait a few  days.  My manager has written me that  my business needs my attention.  Yes, but he Is only afraid to assume  a little responsibility. The business  will be all right. _i  There Is an important meeting of  the directors that I really must' attend.  Oh, they'll get along all right without, you.  You know how much I'd like stay,  but the fac' is my railroad ticket, runs  out tomorrow.  Well, In that cane. T puppoae' you  will have to go. Be sure anil come  up to see us again In a month or two.  It is in Demand.���������So great is the  demand for Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil  that a large-factory is kept continually busy making and bottling it? To  be in demand shows popular appreciation of this preparation, whiit'i  stands at the bead 'of proprietary  compounds as the leading Oil in the  market, and It is generally admitted  that it Is deserving of, the lead.  The Loading Platform  The present scaor'i.tlon ot Western fit-mer:** will never know th������  difficulties :-.sd y*xatlt-*as experienced hy their predecessors ln the  earlier years when no one could get:*'a canoad -??��������� gra������������A shipped in  bulk except ry io������dlng; it through an elevator. The system forced  the majority of v farmers to sell their grain to the elevator; owners  at, arbitrary irics, and oft times to. submit to heavy dockage and  other annoyances, causing continual disshtipfaction. Now however f  the distribution o! .ars as fixed by ths drain Act, and the use of the  loading platform, provide facilities whlea enable the'farmer to secure  satisfactory *ireat>-tat in the disposal of his grain, and the highest  market prices at time of sale. Every farmer therefore, should more  and more'endeavor to use the loading, pit t*!**>rm;,ln- shipping his���������.grain  to the terminal elevators. It is the safeg'iard of the farmers' freedom in disposing of his fcralr. to the best advantage for himself. It  farmers retrain irom using *the loading platform freely, it might result in its being done away with, ufecaup- railway' c-osnpasies; asd  elevator owni-'rs, are strongly opposed to It? It Is easy to understand .why elevator people, desire the , loading platform abolished.  The railway lebple On-their part say in dfelays the loading of ears  ���������nnd'-helps, to cauee car, shortage. This we know to be nonsense,  because" frenuehl!? after cars are loaded whether ���������with grain, coal  ���������lumber or other merchandise, they are sidet***acke'.- foT days and even  weeks instead of being promntly moved forward to destination. It  is engine sho-tage and shortage of competent trait., men that mostly  --.-.ci** ���������j-r-am ��������� lockbdes on railways and r.ot lack of;cars. Ijet ������very,  "farmer therefore, d-V all be can to use t e loading platform and be-  T>me an Irdepe-ideit shipper. :��������� Tii'. subeequeht advertlseTaents wo  will state in detail the sayings and oth**������r advantages of direct loading into cars  compAred with loading thivugli elevators..'"  We handle the farisiers grain etrictly on commission, mak? liberal  advances on car bills of lading, superyis* .the grading at time:-.cars  are inspected, secure the highest price* at time of? sale and make  prombt returns when sold. Write us for shipping instruction- and  market information.  ^���������J������tf-_"__ C3 '? 3&T < B^_  .'lmJTm3.a.m.iZf     ZM;    Xm/%mWS.B.S.  jLitOmpSOa  jfc*^*^  GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS  j . ^-   -   . ������.-      ������������������ *' ... .  m m mm. mm'  (trtAin   ^Avnniiuc  Mental   i reatment  The cyclist who's just co-me in wants  new-laid eggs' with his tea. Cackle a  bit while I run over to the store.  Minard's  Liniment Cureo  Diphtheria.  Complete Reform  My wife married me to reform me.  Did she succeed?   '  Yes, thoroughly. I wouldn't marry again i? I lived to be as old as Me-  thusetah!  FortoMe  Only the uninformed endure the  agony of corns. Tho knowing ones  apply I-Iolloway's Corn Cure and get  relief.  Still  With Us  ��������� A inomber of t.b-s firm that publlah-  ed the original edition ol 'Uncle Tom's  Cabin', has just. died. But the girl  who played Uttlo Mve whon'the story  was  first .staged  is still  playing  the  part..  I can't  Mr. :r.  Oatitjuy.  Untold  haired   111 lie  man   wan  Uicd Box of Cuticura Ointment an<^.  It Completely Disappeared.  ���������"! Iiav������������ ���������niffcri'd from i-cio.ma. for two ������������������*������������.  "Hie irouhli! I>ni?iiii on ouu unn wliem thero  npivart-fl a n-il audi nf about a llvft-ivnt mIzi'.  mm...    I.    m.'Z. m'j' .    '..'.*.. .".,,.,    ^*!    ll..",    tt'I������C   ;*.C-!:l':i^  (Aiicl   bmuujj,-.       I..i-   :,.-.i   .ia.,.--   I   linlii";   < .i  ��������� ,  but H������*������'lrur  thnt   it  triiini-il   In  hIki������,   I  tried  ������ Oirui'ictii and filmincnl, but Umli  wltbout Miiri-iii.i. it wax always burnlni: mil  luliltt'". Haviti.T "I'-i'n In tli������, tnrwHpuic'r ilm  ailvi'riui-ment of tt.it Ciiitcu'r*-IliMii'-dii'-i. X  trii-nl a lillle, nnrl >i.'4'int_; tlia-t It improvi-'l,  ,1 It-iiKlit a box nf tti������ Ctiticrura <iiiiiiin-iii.  ���������Aft������*r havinir un������"l nm* box. mv <������./i-'iia. nun.  lib Uly iUHD,ppc������>rut. Ttit- Ciuu-ur-t, < 'uitnir-ni  ilu.ulit Im In-pi In rtery Imm-" (Sn'tvil)  fi. Oallsuy. Uurlcvlllc. Que., Jan. H, mi i.  The   mindy  <liiile a joker.  He said lo the boyn in tho lobby  the other night: I've got the bent  ���������-t'iry you over heard on the male iuil'-  fnigeites.      li'i, a .scream.  <U) ahead and tell it, Plnkey, Hiiid  one  of  the  llHt'Miei'K.  ndcrstnnd why yon wish to  Why  The Other View  William M. ChiiBo at the recent, sale  of hls'plcturcB in Now York, said to a  r������KTiheHo are nil good ;thlnRS-! ^ff ^L^fZ\!T " ^  lhlm*n collected with groat care. Youi don ' -V011 ������'d0Pl a thl,(l  can't comment on them uh the loach-  er onco commented on tho pupil's  drfiwlnf-*. 1 draw what T nee, the pupil finld complacently. Well, the  fihock will come tho teacher iiiiHwercd,  when you :,eo what you havo drawn.  Oh, I should ho afraid to become  fond of a child. If it, nhould die  ono couldn't: have It. stuffed aud put  ln a corner if the library, you know.  Hold ye' head high  when you meet  Thouble an' let him pass on, complain* |  In' dut you is too proud to rocornl/.o  him. ,  I Corporal Mechanics j  !     The motor-'bus snorted nlowly along  ! the Ht.reft, gave throe loud groaiiH, and  ,ii.  ii���������i., .ii.   ���������...i.j,.   iM-,ij-,,ii i-.i.ii. ;,-   A4to|)po(l Willi a jeri; riglit. oppertltn tbo  ,spi>iuli-ii;   Uii-n   in   i-.iiiinii'ii  .un]   lixu.-j      t������-i--i.iil-  .'.1 mound . Maybe I'd' hot tot- hmU-1 " T'he driver got off, hurriedly dived  liri-i it I herns any male Hiillragotio i,Pn0llll, ,*,,, i,ttlll���������.|, a���������,l tlu'n,' throw-  In  (lie party. hl|J,   ',|nif,elf on   Ihe   ground,  crawled  underneath  the. 'htm.  i     After  a   while  he came out  again  hind, with a��������� confident miille, nttoinpicd  to  rentart  the  engine.       I'm.  no,  ilir-  A Generation of Success  For more tlmn at sri������nerailnn ������"ntIf-nrn Hoftp  ���������.(id Oiitlcura Ointmiiiit' btite iirTor.Ir,! tbo  ������p������tt������.db-*it ������tlr| inii.1 Hi-ouomic'il u������-atini-iit fur  '���������it^hlri"*, burnliiit, a������'������ty ������������nl l������l������������������iitrii; kkiii nnrl  ��������� ........ f.\.i      ,   ,., ,.,���������  ���������wl la often auflVleiU. Hold by ilniiri,'i4U  Aflll (IfKlerii ������*/rry������ilinin. i >.i mi,i,i.,Mi���������|,>.  kA rnlU'iirai H(������������(������ unit ������Urn moot, jui-l fr������-e  .wllh .T.'-p. book on ikln enipii'uii. a.-inl to  ���������l*������*U<'r ilriiir Jr (rimin. I'orp., nuln prop*., C4  Golunulnia Afu.. Uimtou. li. li. X.  W.   N.   U.   916  A bin man with thick nhoulders. a  heavy lower jaw and large, knotted  liundH,  <r:iW(|i'd  n   little cIohcI'.  I'm mi" of Viii, he jnild. I.et'ii  h������'iir the story,  Kill .ni"! at thai moment IMuUey  fiuiHoil   lie   hhw   a   frb'iiil   over   nciit*  ' J ��������� ��������� -     1.1,       ill.Ill r.    ...It]     l.iljil,   i)    .1,'..,.-���������'.  Anil   Hi-!   Mcreaui   I'i'iii.'iltii'   iiiiinlil,  Irate    Katlier- I'm   getilug  tired   of  tli' 11 tiuii.l'Mli'.e.        Vou've Immi  "���������ni*iv'ci|  in   Hiii   viiiim-   niiin   for    ils  mouths.  lioi'ii in- cvi-r miiiiiil in iii.ii i>  ,vun .   1 .,.,,,.  onulno wouldn't* go.  Then he glared at Ilm Hilcnl inn-  ���������nliic and ncrnlched bin head, ;iiul hi*1  iimiiili   vvoiki'il   ii.i     li     hi-     '���������fiii'iiuunci!  Willi    hllUH'.'lf.  -\ i-abhy s-.Ui'tttly took hl������ vUlu em  i������l' ilo' iMii'Ui-t, ami, croMHlng to the In-  lurinti'il   niiin.  held   It out lo It 11 it.  'I'.'ri'  y'nro,   iiuito'   be  tut iti.   wiih   ii  ���������       ���������      -        ....ii ., Mi   'Im'  i -p.Mrti,.       Iliiiicinlxr. Ih-'h an .icioi-;  ' An   ExchstiO*  of   ��������� rouiju**  ,      Irate   I'ViMier  -What   ban that   tn dot      Joiich   Imw   found   a   cure   I'm  ivlib lf������ j trouble.  |     l>;in,",lii<r Why.  he'H  fond   of  long [     Kb!  What'a that.'.'  | erii'ii.;i iiicriiH. |     Huh bought u uiotorbont.  lire  Ail  *lmilfmm  rp J-������OUSAMr>S  *���������   of f armorH  and 11 ���������.������ is <; in <��������� ii  liiiv������iH;ivod money  by u ������ I ii ({ Ken-  dnirHSpavlnCuro  forSp������vln������, Curb. riliii;lion.������, Splint, Bony  Growths and Lani<*no**H front ninny other  C'iuioh, l'bcrto men know Hint ICcndall'a  la n inoimy saver and a horse saver. We  cmi piuv - It by tliuusnnd.% of  Oratofut Lotlt^ra From U ���������#������������������������������  I.AsaitAU, K'.Htc,, Dice, i.ith, ton.  ���������������t |i������i,. >i |irr������* HinrV- nf l,iirH������,������ anil it in H  MiL-;- c? ' -H'l ill" Innvln riirr. I niKHt N*v  that 1 ���������twitvn lind llii-tii-'it nutlsfiKilnti from  Jin m.f, ii'.iil cull rwr,uiiti������-n������li'il ll In ftilV  JIOIHi" owner." JOHItl'll   MMiNli.  I'lllU'.IIM l.A-K, ������lAN. 1>������C. J'lh, 1011.  "I li.nc iik-.I ICruilall'M M]iiiv!ii Cui'i- fi>r  tLveytuv*. I uml It mniir** run* for H,������uvliia,"  . V, J4...4 ,A.������������    ...,,.,,������.  ���������������:.���������- *' ;-- ���������.'���������"- * '���������������������������nt������������ ������' AaW  ���������i 11������I;(till 'or '������*i* booV ''Trriiliwr on U\r  IlorM" or w rite to vn. 73  Dr. B. J. K*-v!������ll Co-tip������ii.y  Ccuuburtf i-*1U, V������r������n������������t, li. H. A.  WINNIPEG, CANADA.-  "I havi a money-saving invention���������  h$indy granaries to allow field threshing over your farm. Move them about  each year. .You save long hauls at  harvest time. In  spring you scatter  small straw stacks ^^  ���������no burning of  straw."  ''These granitrtes come In compact  bundles. A boy can set up and bolt  une togeth-tr in a few Iioutb. Four  padlocks protect the Rrain. Separator  dfilivcry into a spout on the side or  Into roof manhole���������-uaveB work during threshing. Your grain is protected  from vermin, wet and thieves. tlSell  It-when you are ready, loading direct  from the granary into your wagon,  or bagging it.    No musty or heated  Sraln. fl Oct my granary and be In-  opendout of elevators tor selling.  Sell at the highest price, no matter  how lonp* you store your grain.  The Pedlar Granary protects you."  "Write me for my booklet. It -.how* how nrolUuhie my  Cirntmrv Ik even on i<ninulc niuirter-iteet'on furiu. Uiie  it for 1012.   THi? nook Tcllt. of Illu Money ror You."  The PEDLAR PEOPLE Limited  Writ-, for Boo-lot No sa 03HAWA. ONT.  W1NNIPEO  OAI.OARY  EDM0N-0N  76 lomlianl lit,  ,0ltmn Ilioek       fiflA flrd Bt.W  BABKATOOM    '   MOOflE JAW  Uraw.r IMS, Mru w hltlutk X IticUtt  itefmniiiiittitiMHWiiiiwiiiiPiBii n  LTETHBETDaE  ������������JI PTfth Bt. B.  ^___m__a.w )jm  .ny^mmmmfm^mm^:Jg.  *"*���������M^*TTff*'MiirOTrriiw'i"-,r i"v"  They  will    anssanj*".  Oi,-ftct your Inquiry to the Pedlar pi a c������  nearest you  you promptly and    lava you time  The Pedlar Granary le fire-proof.    Think what that me ana!  I  H  tlomer, uno.- :;, v na explalniim tho  ui-o of a lead pn rii vo IiIh Uttlo frl,ii 1.  ' IiIh, polntlt ���������*, '.o reti .riharpouod la I.  I������ tho ond yo" x.titi with, and Ih..*.  luMi.iiiu'. lo ihe ;:iiiMii noihi-i, 'm .v...-,'.  ^uii vvrii.i) ^u it'i '���������'���������'leu ,u>u ilcw'i I'V.v  ���������-.iint  you   'ii';,  I  ThtM'o arrived recently at Prince  itunert Ihe larKimr Hhlpmom. of cro-  Miioli'd   plU'H  ever   iiuni  mo   iitr   uuiia,  '   " ' ..... V..    I- *. . r. I., ,r '11...  i mm    ui.;   m   di.   ....^ u    ....    ...."C'TJ*.  plU'H of tho now Kovcriimt'iit dry (look  lu eotirHO of cons!motion and made up  ,i total Mhlpment or nearly 500,000  "eel of lumber.  The Greater Trafjedy  Tho man  wIiohij dnngbter had Jimt  been, united   lo  the   hut-band   of   hor  choice look oil ti little aad.  1 Udl ,vi.a, ''(iiih-A., li_ :*.ahl to av.c  of (in- iv.nliilnK Kuci-.t:*., :: v.v.m of !������<���������**-  own iifce, anil hlniHelf ihe uulier of  a number of unmarried ttlvlK. I t������ll  you It. is a Holiiinn thing for iiu vyluii  ....^   .1-.I...1.I(.^u   iiinrrv   mxl   (re,   iim'iiv.  Trie ho it I re uuHA-nted not iillotreturir  heartily.  I huppoho If l������. he ('oiit'eded, butt  1 toll you, It Is more uolemn whom  they don't.  mm  !rc-,.,.Tga��������� ���������������������������-���������_-  mmem.m~m.~w .-,-  ..H ���������If    1 ' '"v  i.  ������*���������  LETTER-HEAD SWINDLERS  I A"' 7c/o   Safe'  Investment jf  < '''Money rofuuu- at tnd (������r un<* yi_i- - j j Warnings  to .Tradesmen   and   Others  ?��������� ������������.rn^V!..a������*.>������b������-!u.*-"t>p'������������-. "-IV  The  up-todate swindler has  to  be  GU ci.i>'j   notice if de&iied.  m       v*\   u'lj j      nv'i.tV'.     ii     u<:-;iii'ii������   , ��������� I     " *..<,-..   .7      - ���������    j The iibovfr s^Hcuritj* isxth" nest tn- rfl I sometnins or a student of human ua  s .dustii.l .v������r '"V'''.*-��������� Iu Canada.-Bus- -I, ture. 'And. one of the human weak  I   i��������������� --;'^^/--innra_ nesses   that   he   bas   discovered   and  . i    ���������       in ���������     r\~ >      ���������    i fi' made i  National Securities Corporation Ltd J.fidanoe  l  |    Conif-1. i.jimii   Lite   Uuililin^.    I'm unto  I unto 1  SHAW'S SCHOOLS  The Central Business College. Toronto, wi'h tour City branch schools.  The Central Telegraph and Railroad  .School and The Shaw Correspondence  .Schooi. are" now commonly known aa  "Shaw's Schools." In these schools  A great work Is being done in training  young people for business' pursuits  .and i'oi earnlna good salaries. The  .annual curriculum is Inlrrestlng and  is mailed tree on sending request to  *W. H. Shaw. President. Toronto, Ont.  JM_M43IM*������. m.... .  __i  . ���������   L  grff rmra mr liii'Mlii'nin linn h__i  FOR sunburn, windburn,   cracked lips,  chaps, roughness or irritation after  ' ���������       shaving, try  IVff A     F^ T% TT T   IT* f*\  X*ml^mmmmJml\\J~\,\jr  Hazel Cream  Witd  Its .creamy ingredient? soothe and soften  ,-the outer ski.i, while the Wi' -h Haze!  ^penetrates and heals the deeper tissues.  , Delightful after shaving or washing.  2Di*. a bottle, at your druggist's.  <-  NATIONAL   DRUQ  AND CHEMICAL CO.  of C������oittIa. Limited. 1S7 '  i&cMa_i-i_B_ag_^^  and  use of is the unreasoning con-  placed by the average business man in an imposing letter-head,  especially if the letter-head is that of  a firm of* known respectability. One  is apt to forget that a letter-head is  an extremely easy thing to forge, with  the result that one rarely suspects  that the letter was not written by the  firm whose name is printed on the  note paper.  Of course, the letter-head swindler  is not so clumsy as to walk into a  printer's and order the name of a fi'ji  to be priiited on note-paper. The  chances of detection would be too  great. He goes to work much more  subtly.,  He obtains, by any of a dozen different ways tbe letter-head ot a business concern. This he takes to a  printer in the neighborhood, and asks  him to set up a proof of the letterhead. If satisfactory the printer Is  to receive a good order.  In due time be calls for the proof,  expresses satisfaction, but states that  before giving the order, he must take  it back to the governor.  He has now a clean piece of paper  Inscribed with the name of a reputable firm. He immediately writes  upon it an order Lo another firm ir  the same line of business, statiug that  the goods are required in a hurry,  and that our representative will call  for them at a certain time.  Before there is time for correspondence he calls, and, stating that  he has come for the goods referred  to in the letter, coolly'   takes-   them  &**! *4!s-Ss_^i^ j away  and   leaves his  Home   ireatraent removed  *xn lump From this lady's breast  V������^_��������� ������,<-'  sores,  ulcers   and   ,   -,.���������,.. -owlhs cured.*    Describe  .your froub'e; we will 1..111I book awi testimonials.  the Canada cancer- institu-s:. -mmiteo  io chuschill. ave . toronto  Booh Tree.    A s.mpte ' perhaps some    three  r  Maypoie Soap  CLiS^ NS  ���������AND     DYES  Gives rirh closing  colors, frrlt-'eas in sun     .^. ������      .__  ot suds. Dves cotton, (    **<j 1u2\s'  I or mixture*.  V'TJ-^Sfl  "N  8i.K, wooioruiis  .M   ...  .  . sture..  **S.'Tt������������>  Use   it   yourself   at      V^/V  home.   No tiou'ole���������  no muss. 2*4 colors-���������  \vill givi* ������ny chade,  Coloia },0c,biack 15 c,  at   your  dealer's   ot'  -postpaid with booklet'"  "How to Dye" from  r. t. otRcmui & uu. ���������mOuffsa)  CANADIAN NOfiHERN; S? i 1  Cana-la to England jand Continent, ||  Shin-test route to London on i^.Olid ea  ���������Ton ..PioatinK-Palac.es. .'������������������;���������������������������- ^I_  Next bailing    Irom Montreal;  "Royal   Edward^  October Znd   and  October 30th ���������  ' '*rtoya.   VJiebrge::   October   IGtii   'ii'iu  v.Y; .-'���������'?:'���������'���������??.Npy*mbo.rY 13th..,  Xmas Sailing--From Halifax  "Royal Edward''���������-November 27th:  "Royal George"���������'December illto ,-.  Further information .'from any ml'  or steamship agent, ov wrho.  A? H.   DAVIS, Gen. Agent,  272 Main Street. .,   . vWinhipeg  A Soft Answer  John P. Irish spoke in California  iigalhat woman suffrage. One night  .alter a meeting in Sacramento a militant suffragette camo up to him and  f>ald In stern, cruel tones:  John P. Irish, you're a lowdown  liar! Tho truth isn't In ypu.  Murium,. Irish rejoined, is it so had  .as that? Wouldn't you believe anything 1 say?  I wouldn't believe a  You can't tell the  victim to find  months later,  when au account is presented, that he  has been duped, and that the firm  to whom the goods were supposed to  have been supplied have never even  heard of the transaction.  When he is dealing with heavy and  valuable goods this ev/indlcr, ti ue to  the principle that thoroughness pays.  will frequently present himself with  a cart which be has hired, and upon  which he has investecT a few siiilliiigs'  worth of paint. And when the victim sees a substantial cart, with the  name ot his supposed customer on it.  he is less likely than ever to reauest  cash with order.  Another dodge of the letter-head  swindler is to use this device as a  means for persuading tradesmen to  cash .worthless .cheques. He will  loaf atcut 'small-districts and note the  names of the tradesmen's carts that  deliver goods.,  He will then have expensive note-  paper headed  with the name of one  or: more houses.       On   this_ he   will  vyritea request, to the tradesman to  cask -a  small  cheque   for  my  frienji.  Mr?1 Ghektem..- ?!������rme,d with this, hfe  ; will dress hiniself. w:e.ll, lounge into, tha  ���������shop in the earlier part, of the;-��������� mprn-  tiihg,   jexplaiati that   he. .i s   staying, at  |?the particular? house, drawl an excuse  for being suddenly short of cash, and;,  inYmpst cases, obtain money  for?his  -������.:ortliless;?o_64u^ ���������  Wis more than probable that the  tradesman will not carry in his head  an accurate recollection?pf his,customer's handwriting. He may never have  Been it, as these bills are usually paid  in.coin. But if it happens that he  does Tiotice the handwriting the ��������� swind-'  ;ier is perfectly prepared.  " The  swindler will immediately ex-  P ARKLING WAT ER, cool  4������E*_C__        S.n.mmmm,m ^.~.        _._?L _.  builds a  Concrete Well or Tank  lie drinks  I   KE FARMER', above all others, appreciates good water.  more water than the city man. The city-dweltef is dependent upon  the public, water-supply for the purity of his water, while the farmer can  have his own private source of water, and thus be sure that it is pure  and healthful. -.-../  "fV/TAN hasn't found a better drink than cool water, properly collected and stored,    But in,order to keep  water fresh and pure, a tank or.well casing that will keen out everv nossible impurity must be used.  _ wiu Keep out .every  *     ��������� .'.:,?'-- '1*     - "':'.* '*���������"���������'.-".' -.. ..'..",���������  CONCRETE IS THE IBEAI^ MATERIAL FOR T^  IT is absolutely water-tight, protecting your water from seepage of all  * kinds. It cannot rot or crumb e. It is f.asily cleaned inside. Time  and water, in.lead of causing it to decay, actually make it stronger??       ^     -..'j   Do With Concrete.  Address Publicity Manager  ������������������I  HERE arc scores of other uses f6r concrete on your farm���������on every farm    If  ������������������-you would like to knbw of them, write for bur book, "What the Farmer Can  w;*i, ri^m^mmxm ������������    The book is absolutely free.  (~\VR Farmers' Information ������?c-  ^*^ partment will help you io decide  hew to build anything, from a porch,  step ta a silo. The service is free���������  you don't even have to promise to  build. When n douZti ask the Inform.  a.ion Department.  ���������  ada/^Gemesst'-  506  Limited '"''.' "���������  HERAi-D BLDG., MONTREAL  tpaiiy;  ~\ATSENyou go to buy cement  -be sure that this label is on  every bag anil barrel. Then  you know you are. getting the  cement that��������� t he farmers of '  Canada.have found to be the  ��������� best. ���������   ' ,   YYY :   ..  Reason Enough  Barber���������Did your mother say I was  to give you a close crop?  Boy���������No, but I got a teacher who  pulls hair. /  minard's  Liniment   Curs  Coy*  40.1  JJQt  Slow  Nellie���������Is that fellow of yours ever  going to get up the courage to Dro-  pose? Z :���������[.[:.  Belle���������I guess not.'4 He's like ah  hour glass.  Nellie���������^An hour glass?  Belle-YYes, the more time he gets  the less sand he has.  As Far as?He Had Traced  It  Can; you tell me where this road  leads to? asked the man in the automobile. .������������������_'  No, replied the farmer, v* I * understand yoii can reach Chicago by following it. but I couldn't tell you  where it goes after that.  Not a thing,  ���������word you utter  irnth!   '���������?'���������,'  In  that case,  -me  to  suy,"��������� matluni,  -perfect hidy?  replied   Iri Kb,  permit  that  you  are  a  ������4411.AA  UAC       I1UUOC  indisposed and that it is the haiid-  Avriting of her sister who is staying  with her. However," if the tradesman would prefer it, he could doubtless obtain the lady's own written  ^request, though he would have to send  It into her bedroom; and, as lie wants  the money a*- once, he would be very  greatly obliged if the tradesman could  manage U* send a man back with him  to the house with the money, to be  handed over when the man is satisfied.    ?  This Impudent bluff generally does  the trick. The tradesman will not  make trouble, even if he still suspects.  He might possibly refuse, or send the  man as requested, In which case the  swindler would contrive to give him  the slip.  Appreciate  the value of good looks���������of n fine complexion, n skin free from blemishea,  bright eyes and ������ cheerful demeanor.  Many of them know, alao, what it means  to bo free from heartaches, backaches,  lassitude and exitrcmo nervouBneas,  because many hove learned tho virtue of?  Brave  Marmaduke  Darling! The young man's . tones  were low and impassioned as he knelt  nt the fair girl's foet. and pleaded with  hor. I would do anything for you, ho  vowed! For you I would give up  all 1 have ln the world: for you I  would journey out to tho ends of tho  earth; !!or you I would even,lay down  111' ���������' _   ' "   "   "  The transition from winter's cold  to summer's heat frequently puts a  strain upon the system that produces internal complications, always  painful and often serious. A. common  form of disorder is dysentery, to  which many are prone in. the spring  and summer.'? The very best mi>di-  cine to use lit subduing this painful  ailment is Drij. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial. It is a standard remedy, sold everywhere.  Yes, said the small boy to the reporter, who was looking for some  news to put in- his paper, mother fell'  downstairs and broke three legs.  ������������������',YPshaw! What are you giving me,  youngster? cried the reporter. Don't  be too funny. Your mother hasn't  got three legs. ?  I didn't say she had, retorted * the  wicked boy. The legs belonged to  a table which mother fell against. She  wasn't hurt at all.  Lambent and   Docile  History lesson was in progress, and  lUC     KfiaOS,      TV 410.    AAA   .uiiuuic.  Teacher's patience ;, wa.s . wearing  thin, and her sweet face lost its complacency as question, after question  failed to get an answer.  Then she brightened up. She had  reached the star pupil of the class.;  Now, Tommy, she said encouragingly. Mary followed Edward VI. And  who followed Mary?  Oh, yes, Tommy knew, that! His  answer was swift? - "%,'y  Her little lamb, teacher! he shouted triumphantly.  ^*s-j_5g-5ggj|^o:QKFOR THE. RED^ss  Mine ana  %^cliy LJ. J. tig C7O  I!  VVinchestsr cartridges  adaptesJ tb V^iiichestsr'-rifles sre nsads so as ts get  the best possible results out of tbem.     As the same equipment, organiza-   ||  tion and system are employed in  niaking  all Winchester  cartridges,   the   IS'  naturgil consequence is that Winchester eartridge? give the best results-in   II  all firearms.    Winchester cartridges are made in calibers and sizes, for  aU,J|''  rifles,  revolvers  and pfetols.     Be sure  to  ask for, the   Red  \}iy   ������rand." ||^  Aunt Anna asked her little nephew  what ho would like to give his cousin  for his birthday.  ;vl; konw,  he  answered,  but' I  ain't  bag enough. -   ,  Do you think it is becoming? she  asked.,appearing in her newest gown.  Don't bother about that! gushes the  friend. It is perfect! It is simply"  oeliennis! My dear, It makes you  Icok absolutely helpless.  SUMMER COMPLMNTS  KILLS UTTLE ONES  At first signs of 'illness during the  hot weather, give the little ones  Baby's Own Tablets, or in a few:  J hours he may be beyond cure; These'  Tablets' will - prevent-, summer com-,  plaints if given occasionally to thei  well child and will .promptly cure:  these troubles if they come on sudden-:  ly. Baby's Own Tablets should.al-'  ways be 'kept in every home where  there are''young children. There is  no other medicine so good and the  mother has the guarantee of a government .analyst that they are absolutely safe. Mrs. Chas. La'pierrfe,-.  Les Boules, Que., says:���������"Baby's Own-  Tablets are the best medicine a moth-:  er can give her- little ones and I al-,;  ways keep tbem In the house." The  Tablets are sold by medicine dealers-  or by mail at 25 cents a box from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-  ville, Ont.  cd!  Itself,   and  count   myself   honor-  PILLR  mm      am auMM iwmaa <waa?  nr, the most reliable aid to better physical rendition. P.rccham'*i Pill*."-, havo.  nn uiic'minlcd reputation bccnuBo they  net 1.0 mildly, but ho certainly und so  beneficially. By clem-big the syatem,  ���������tcKiilating tho bowels and liver, they  tone the utomuch und improve the  _i_egtion. Better feelings, belter looks,  better HpiritH follow tho use of Beech-  iuii'h Pills so noled tho world over  *m 1 ������������������'ill ������������������������iimujiA) Miita jM.i  mmm     ���������mjr mm, mm. mm.um'm&imm.mm*   -  _tni ' *_  ���������A-*-* m* *t _  Goocl Effects  S0I1I ������v������rvwtia,r*.       ���������     3fl������.  ���������H'oincu citMM'iall}' (iluiiilU r������*i������l Uio <llroutlo������������  ��������� ������> It It       mm- * *���������-        * . .  The  maid 'cast down  her eye*.  Miirniaduke. nhe replied, In dulcot  ocrontH. if you would do ail thai, for  me, perhaps for my snko you would  do one little thing more.  Yen, yet*, ho rnvert, his voice* thick  vcH.hlovi--; only tell mo, bcMovocl���������Ull  moyour iionininnd. and T will fulfill It,  I hough ;itho whole world bo against  mo!      ,  Tho'mitId lo-Mccd nl. him prolty  Htralgiit. '  Then would you lilixlly luko your  left knoe, off my right loot? she .wild  calmly. You're knoellnn on my I'uv*  orlto oprn. >,  A  Railway Expert  A Hcotflmiin wiio.hiul heeu emplovort  nearly .till his life In the building of  rallwnyfl In the lllghlandH of Bcnllnnd,  went to the United Stuliii in hl������ Inter  yeai.'J and yet tied 111 11 u.-u'^scei inn <ui  lhe philiiM of Ihe Ii'iu' Went? Soon after  hlH arrival u ��������� project eiune up in ������������������!"  now home for tho entiHt.ruct.loii oT n  rnlhvay through Ihe district, and tho  scoiHninn y.*iiH applied |o ar. a man  of t'XporloiK'i! in Fiich matteiH.  lToot, mon, hii 1.1 he lo Ihe H|inkeH-  man of the Hoheino, ye caitna build 11  railway ueroHH tliln country.  Why not, Mr.   T-VrgiiHon?  Vv'liy mil? in' 1 i'|i������i.ili-il, w ilii nn aii  of oli'i'i'tiiiilly nettling lhe whole matter. Why not? And d'.r.r.ji ye. ;:ec tho  eouiitry'H un Hat, im a Hoot*, nml ye  ban nan placo whatever to run your  toonnelH   througlil  Triumph of Reason  Damoclos saw the sword suspended  In the hair.       . , .'      ���������      .  Since: it. can't cut tho hair, I ���������-Judge  your wit'o has been sharpening her  pencil,' he reninrked to Iho king.  There are ovor twenty-four thou-  f-nml '.Ti'istlcos of tho'Peace In England  and Wales.  Doctor  RIGHT HOME  Recommends    Postum    from  Poreonal  Test,.  Y-  ti':''/Z;ti'l'[':.   In Practice      <r,^Y;--'':'  Husbaud-rrYour.'.-;, extravagance      is  awful.      When I die you'll probably  -have-:t6beg. '''-���������   .'.!:  Wife���������-Well, I should be better off  thaii   some   poor   women   who   never  had:any practice.  -.<[.. -r-,Top   Many Spectators, ,v  Ke    '(bo.ulfuliy)���������There    are    thousands': of'stars tonight looking down  upon, you.  She���������Is  my hat  on  straight?  Denmark exports the greater proportion of its butter to the United  Kingdom. ������������������'?'.  During the last few years the_pri.ee.  of raw produce of farms in the United;  States of America has risen by 36 per  cent.  The Worst of It   ----    ���������-���������.-  Merchant^-^It seems to me that you  ask high wages considering that you  have: had^ no .experience in this business.  Clerk���������Ah,-but you forget that that's  just what makes it all the harder for  me.  :"��������� '��������� ?. ������������������'?'���������'  /*. ������ure i-ieturn  Out to luncheon���������back in five miur  uteis, read the sign on the door.  Are you sure he will get back that'  soon? asked the anxious caller.,  Yes'm, said'the wise office boy. He  ain't got. the, price of a ten minute^  lunch in his clothes.  Pupil (to schoolmaster)-���������Sir, would  you in hid ��������� taking great care how you  draw up my report? My parents suf*  fer dreadfully from nerves.  Bio League Repartee,  The baseball manager'inspected the  applicant for a job.  Well, young man, he asked,, what,  can you do?      ,,  T ran do something no other pitcher can. I'm a vuntroluiinlBi. I can  throw my volco.  Nothing doing, my won. The umpire would call a bawl un you ������������������very  time.  No on" Is hotter nblo to realize tho  injurious* action of caiTclno���������tho drug  iri cofi'oo���������tm the heart, than tho doctor. Tea is junt. as harm Till as coffco hf'f'iiuuj It, too, contains tho d.lig  cnii'elno.  When the doctor hlmnolf haa hec.i  relieved by simply leaving off colT >o  and using Postum ho can'rofor with  full conviction to his own case.  A Mo. physician proscribes Postum'  for many of his patients bocnuso ho  wuh benefited by it.v Ho suya:  .., "I v.'lah to add my testimony In regard to that excollont preparation������������������  1'oMiiiii. I havo hud t'uiuaioiiul or  nurviiiii heart- tvoiihtcn foy over 1G  yonrn, and a part of tho tlmo wao  unable to attend to my buRlneaa.  "1 was a moderate usor ol coffee  .nut .!.(.( not tinuii ilrlnliiiiK it liurl  me. Tint on '-lopping It .ind using  PoHiuni Instead, my heart has got all  right, and l riacrlhe. it to Iho elwingo  from coffee to Poitum.  "T am )ii'o.'u:rlhing II nnw In oases of  MrknoeB. oHpoclally when eoi'fee iIoph  not tiKree. nr nffeet-3 the heart,  nerves or (���������tonineh.  "When mado right It lias a much  hetler   flavour   than   roll'ec.   and   Ih   a  l iiill    tillt.ljlilll'l    III    llll!   H V Hi 1*111. I    liilllll  conilniii* lo reemnmeiiil II to our people, as.d I liave my own c;i:,'- lu icier  tn." Name glviii by (!iuiii(llan I'ohI-  um Co., Wlnduor. Ont. Head th'e  Utile  hook,  "The  Ilnad   lo  WellvUio,"  ABthina Brings Misery, but Dr. .T.  D. Kollogg's Asthma Remedy will replace the mlfiory with \velcome relict'. Inhaled as smoko or vapor It  r.MiieheH the very Inmost recessed of  tho bronchial passages and \ soothefi  Diem, Restriction passes and car.y  bron tli Ing returns. If you knew ap  well how this remedy'would-help you  an do thousands or gratoful URors,  there would lio a package ln your  home to-night.     Try It.  Hard  Maud-���������Tlontrlx has lost , twenty  jii'iuula luU'l.v, Inn' ihiW giivvn.s aiu  perfect Huccesaos; her swoethoart. pro.  pcrod to, her lii!*t night; hor rich nn-  uio died vofltorday and loft her a million, and, now sho has to go to bin  funernl today nnd try lo look nnd,  Minard's Llnimer.t Cure* Distemper  OollarB  Versus   Halru  (Jiliba���������J11 u way I've uh much uu  .Tohn Vi.  DlbbH���������-Noiihouho! Why, lloekfol-  lor ha������ a dollar for ovory hair on your  bond,  Ollibfl���������-Woll, I'll hot I'vo a dollar  for ovory hair on bin head,  m CATS PAWvE_  " '���������,t*u'-K  mm.������m^..fi;.x<JZMfmH  W.  N.  U. 016  Thov R'lv bnbloH amllo In their Rleot> I      Ever   r*������ad   the   *il,ov*>   letter?        A  when they dream about angelii. I now one appenin froin  time to time.  That'B  nothing.      So    do    uiuhUuiI    They   arc   uenulne,   true  and  full   of  j comedy Hlara. j human  Intere-kt.  Troad softly -  Stop safelij.  I  dobodu the patented foaturos  of Cat's Paw Heels.  Hmwawniiaiiiiiii 11mm���������apaaaaa������������������������������������  OS       I  AMaaaawM  n  I  m  m  1  Ait^'tei^i-^^aMa^iaisi^^  nl},, Ui|,li,^ii|i..i4^,  ���������am���������aaWMWMM___MHMi  vtwmmm* ������wii|������4liii'l) ar m  m*m**mXmmW**im  ia���������MMM .V  THE   CBESTON    &E$f__W,    CKKSTON,    B--G.  Creston  Published ������very  IFriday at Oreston, British Columbia, by the Creston Print-  ������_ nnd PttbliBhing Company, Ltd.  /cox  \i>X \^o lAJJLL     JL jlKJ L-CJ.  ^Msigi|^������   g  W. B? McOlure  ijiaicor ana j~.aasgst  ���������She Review is the acknowledged advertising medium oi the Creates valioy, sir  oulstisg is. nearly one thousand homes throughout the Orestes district and  reaching out in a broad manner into other communities. Our advertising ratee  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  ������Bd 6 cents per line in succeeding Weeks. Subscription ratea $2.00 a year in  advance. Our columns are open to contribution's dealing in matters of local interest and the welfare of the community.    Contributions must be brief and  It is a little late to write about thistles but tne gust of  ���������wind we experienced a few days ago forcefully brought to  mind that are such weeds still in existaaee. Thistle-down  filled the air almost like snow in a biizzard.  If everyone would be particular in obeying the laws  of  ������-*U_.  ������%������.,  province pertaining to this pest, it would seem that  the  The Leading  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  ��������� ATT  JTKJXJ  ���������4,  Will  sn&ijfte   no   mistake  when you get off the train    *������|  if you sign the register at  the  Creston  Hotel.      Travelling  men -will substantiate thisi    We  study the comfort of our guests.  I The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Make your living rooms cheerfulJor  ^the v.'inter months with the aid o_ our  ^Special Stock of Papers.  JS5    Over a hundred patterns lo  choose  _���������***���������*   Mmm**f JbUZ   m C   V  irom.  Rich  Reds  and   Browns- doininate  ������ Qgf   Quests  Calt  cAgain  ���������w  Headquarters for Mining Mesa,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials,  _-*_  xo*  H, this season.,  Also Browns and Greens  are very  ������&  popular ���������������*-  "S^B 4-v  ���������uver a nunarea patterns to  from.    Prices uery reasonable.  cooose  *_*_<i������S*o,*i  ince could be done away with, but when the plants  are allowed to go to seed as many evidently have this year,  in succeeding years the fight for a thistless country becomes  jiiG_c   difHcul_r  A thick layer of rotton straw will kill a patch of thistles.  Sprinkling the weeds with kerosene from a watering can  on a sunny day, taking care that the leaves are well oiled, [|  is another method advocated* This may not prevent your  neighbors thistles from going to seed and running into  your orchard, but it will prevent your thistles from spreading to* other parts bf your ranch and to your neighbor's  orchard.  0.  A little caie by everybody in this matter in one year will  mean that less time will have to be devoted to the pest the  next year, and fhe time may then be used more  profitably.  J a B, mMorun  r_  rtopm  "'���������F-.___-.Ffl  ���������'���������������������������������-������������������'���������'���������   TTAiB   mf%W%  tCStK.\-lHt iftiLUn  Agent   for   Semi~Ready   Tailored  Ciothes������������Qents Furnishings  ma fa*  1  ireston Orug&BooK. l_.o. i  Phone 51  _~_  Transfer LivRrv and Fssd RiaMnR  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  AU olasa of TURNOUTS supplied at short notice.   Th%,latest styles ex  CUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.   Saddle and pack horses ft  Speciality.  Peed for sale.      Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Oo.      Horses for sale  I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains  at an? hour of the day or night.   Commercial men and la__see_er_s will  j receive prompt attention  H. S. MeGreath, Prop  wrnoae otj  ���������^-S_:_  Bo-? 14  Fine clothes sometimes cover a multitude of sins. Sometimes fruit wrapping papers are made to serve the same  purpose but the purchaser knows where not to buy his  next supply of fruits  Conserve the flan  On The Far  aa*  Among all the ideas that have been  advanced about conservation., none seem  to have included the most important  ef&emelL The man himaelf is vastly  snore Important and more worthy of  oonftervation than any material thing  he may have on the farm, or even the  farm itself. Without him all else would  he of no account.  -here are yet farmers who have an  exalted idea of the value of muscle in  farming operations and who pride them-  Helves upon their early rising nnd long  hours of work. Suoh men despise modem inaohinery and thiuk iiu use i&di-  oates laziness. They get out of bed at  5 o'clock every morning, winter and  ���������rammer, whether there is anything to  do or not. They deprive themselves of  Opportunities for reading and self .culture because they can't keep awake af.  tor supper, and thoy wear out years  ���������ooner than they should.  Suoh men were necessary in pioneer  dafa*. when both methods and machinery  were imperfect, when there woro more  farmers than of other olosiea and their  produota in small demand and low  priced. With tho crudo methods and  ���������machinery of early days long hours and  great physical strength wero nec-Hsury  A premium waa placed upon this method of living and working, aud thoso  ���������who dared lio in bed till rested did so  under the penalty of being called lazy.  Modern knowledge, conditions and  machinery have removed the necessity  for suoh way** of living, Bays tho Kansas  Parmer, and have taught the farmer  that ho is a business mxn ana uot. u uny  Everybody here is getting ready for  she Cranbrook Fair where they espeefe  r-o have a big time.  Ben Riley, prop., of the Yahk Hotel  went to Cranbrook the 17th on a business trip.   He returned the 18th.  successful business man, works hard and  puts i_;more hours during the year thai  does the farmer, but he takes care, o*  himself. His hours of rising are fixer,  by habit, so he Rets up when he is rested  and when the day haa begun. He coulr  do nothing during the azoic hours o*  the very early morning, which are vers  profitably spent in resting. He gets U  his office in time to meet other businesi-  men, and his hours are regulated hy  method.  With the farmer the hours Buu-ifc be  different, as he has. diffierent work to  do and his business is with nature more  than with men; but he can still have  system and method and prosper for it.  Except in the emergencies of cropping  h*9 can Rnd should observe suoh hours ot  labor as are demanded hy his husinesa  r.nd by his phyi-ica! well being. He  should study and adopt systematic  methodB und he should take core of  himself.  Only the henlthfnlnesB of hla occupation has saved many a farmer trom premature breakdown,  and, oven thoupl  saved from this,  there  oan  be llttl-  docbt that he wears out sooner thai  n6cassary.   What can it profit a ,man t������  earn a whole section and so wear him  coif out that ho cannot enjoy its frnltn's  And this applies with intense foroo ti  tho farmer's wife.  The first step iu tru<  economy nnd conservation sbonld be t������  com**** ���������*������������������������*. wlfn, then tho man,  am  after them the fertility of tho soil. Owi  tho fai-A-ii, houi it i.uil run it.     Don't lo  It own and enslave you.���������Dry Forming  A party of sportsman fram Creston  headed by Capt. PitzGerald are now  ���������amping at Basils spur about three miles  from Yahk where they are indulging in  t little mountain climbing- and taking  in the scenery.  Mr. McGookin the local preacher,  Dreached his farewell sermon here on  Monday evening last in the dining room  of the Yahk Lumber Co., boarding  aouse. Mr. MoGtookin is going to the  ooasfc to attend college far a few months  ind graduate as a Presbyterian preacher.  __ *���������  Wattsburg Logging  Camp in Operation  ������$S>X  ������>  i.  ts* ���������  ���������&$  -:ROBlN MOOD  CKja FLOUR  ..-SI  3,  mooscja&sas!- M  38 IBS  pqrim HOOD  rfajSgfeSE  ���������If  mi  minimi  ii)!!l___fni  vLV  ! in mil  i  l ill llll! !' >!!!' "hi!" '  llllllili  A. E. Watts of Wattsburg was in  town the first of the week on his way  to the Wattsburg Lumber Company's  logging onmp near Port Hill, whioh is  now   in active operation.    At present  ibout 35,000 feet of timber is being put  ia the pond near tho Kootenay every  lay, soon to be floated to the mill at  ������������������rootor.   About twenty mon are em-  ���������loved at the onmp.   A steam loader is  loiuB ufiud and a large donkey ene.in������*.  mllo tho loadod oars out of the woods  oo the paud.  This is the WonderM New Flour  that has made such a sensation throughout Western Canada.  Made of highest grade Saskatchewan wheats 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."  It is the grueiK'ftXat-ed flour.    If you aro not satisfied with tt after two fair tp'als,  ask youi* arrooore for you.* money back.    Ha will *���������*-*���������*��������� lt to you.  Add moro water tha-.-*. usual when using* Robin Hood FIoWa   Made of -suoh  hai-d, dvy wheat, ac atrnzi'tia more moiatur*���������produoing: a larger, whit-ii- IstxT,  The difference between Robin Hood Flour and other flours'  you have to find out for yourself.   That there Is a difference  every woman who now uses Robin Hood admits.  ROBIN HOOD rULXS, Limited  ���������mi  Calgary Hooso Jaw  _8F  _f  For Sale by CRESTON MERCANTILE CO.  YAHK ITEMS  Mike Bomnuo of Ooat IUvor Canyon  who haa boen working *>u tno houuuu  laborer, and tbat he may and should j ������,w_ ^n^ Chm. Nob-on, resigned and  ��������������������� btu-ine-*** method* on the farm.   Tho j ij^ returned to Crouton.  A spocial Moiiioriam sorvicn in honor of General William Booth, founder  iii-.il Ciirirr.snder ������������-Obli>f of tbo flal-  viition Army, who died on Augusl. aft,  will bo held by tho diviuiou of tbo  Army from Cranbrook, .under the  loailornhip of Captain F. Strldo, Sunday evening at 8:80 o'clock, floptoniohor  22 in Mercantile Hall.  ��������� ivW,.'-;:1  Ord*>r yo������r f������*'l wnlt. fr'\������i a lnrf-n im-  Hortmont of Uampbol _ namploH wbioh  havo juiit arrived.���������-S. A, Bpeors.  I  |HY should you get your^job printing done away from your home town  when it can be done here ln Jus^ 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.  ������|!,i|������<ii.>.i>ii minimi I n ���������iiiim_mm_*^mi  iiiiMiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iiiiiii ii iniiiitii'iiiiiiiii ii ktmmmmmmmmm*.  MeMw  ii'aaiiiiiniiia  warn titiStititi%tititiytititititi0titititi^  ^^^^^^^KMS^^S^ti^M^Mti^WW:.  \     >.  mmmmm  cnpagsms  ^f mm  ��������� :&��������� *#f&..fF������:.:.  Piti^-ti'ti:;  SUPPLEMENT- TO THB_CSB������^_Il6%na;.126������^a������������LMO_ TOWNSITE.  Jg*Rll>AT, SEPTlffl_BEB_2_0?JL?13_  T**  A   "XT  1   /\i"_a.  r^  LE OF LANDS  Name of Person Assessed  Description   of   Property.  >������-3  5"  __  m  o  ^S1  ������_���������  P ���������*>  _      S  S9  "-J  IB  (fi  HO  ���������a *"!  i-3  Blk. 2..  Blk. 3...  "Oil--       9  . . Mrs. Anthony   Lot 21.  fc*aya-t, Olive Daigie  Lot 6,  pfttcnell,  Agnes    Lot 19,  For Unpaid Delinquent  Taxes in the Nelson Assessment District,||^^^^  ' - Province of British Columbia ���������     BK^"^.:::::::::::::::":::::":::::      I SS i^E'J'k  'Archibald, C. I Lot  15.   Blk.  13   \  Carpenter, Chas Lots 21 and 22.  Blk. 13  -~-   -A&urn������r* Mrs*  Anthony   .-a....Lot  4,   Blk.   21...j   of 9 o'clock a.  m.,  at  the ��������� CourfcBmith, Lillian, and Scanlan. Mary Lot 8, Blk. 21     set cut of the persons mentlone-d  of December, 1911, -and for Interest,  is not sooner paid. ���������- .v~ ...  uJ.1*61^,". glvt, ng.tice tbat on Saturday, the 12th day of October, 1912, at the hour  House. ..Nelson, B. C., I shall offer for aale by public auction the land hereinafter  ^f^naeX' ior the deiinauent taxes unpaid by the said persons as on the 31st day  costs and expenses,  Including cost of advertising  of  said  sale,   if  th*  total  amount  C99  ss  .56  622  i!co  *"  622  .25  ' .29*  622  .38  .30  622  ��������� ��������� ���������>���������  .40  622  .92  .741  622  .50  .40  622  .60  '.40  622  .25  .20  622  .50  .40  622  .85  55  622  .25  .20  ������>K  1 flA  "*������6  .'05  1*65  2^05  L00  1.45  1.00  1.6S  ��������� * ���������  1.00  1.40  .05  i.Ou  2.71  .05  1.00  1.95  .05  1.09  L95  ��������� ��������� ���������  1.00  L45  .05  1.00  1.95  .25  1.00  2.65  i;oo  1.45  8--RUITVALE  'JON���������Being  in Township 11a and 12a, Lot 1236, Group i.  -l_  I-  Name  of  Person  Assessed  Description  of  Styoperty.  I*  5*9  *?  3*  O  s?  tf*d  2 *���������  5 3  p  o  3  i.  O, rm  ������m\  a a,  I  CRESTON TOWNSITE���������-Being a sub-division of Lot 525, Group t.  Bast.   F , Part of Block 3, commecing at the  Johnson, J. K.      iNorth-West corner or Block 3, in  the Township of Creston. thence  East two hundred and eight feet  and eight inches, thence South  thirty-three feet, thence West  two hundred and eight feet and  eight inches, thence North thirty-  three feet to.-_oint'of- commencement  693a  Greenwood, Charles, et al.  ..Block 89, Tp. 11a and 12a. Lot 123S.    9.46     $2.35     51.83  $0.20      $2.00      S6.231  KASLO & SLOGAN RAiLW.AV GRANT  rm-.rn.    ,1  Clark,  Burns  .Thomas  .  & Ritchie  s-A?su5j=grsup,'s.     -^.Cvtsnay  Sistrici.  Lot 222, Group J, Kootenay District.  ...Lot-3, Blk? 16; of Lot 222, iGI.......  10.00       6.00  ...Lot 4, Blk. IS. of Lot 228, G.I.......   10.00       2.50  1.30  .65  .30  .15  2.00  2.00  8.60  6.30  Lot. 98, Group I, Kootenay District.  ���������Johnson,  August  ...  ...Blk. 7, Lot S8, Group I, KJD..:.....  Boy,  John Blk. 228, of Lot 304. G.I., K.D.   Paschtinskl,  Antonio ...Blk. Wi. ot Lot 304, GX. K.D.......  Joht&ron, William ...S. ���������*_ of Blfc. 236, ot Lot 20*. G.I....  -Walfcey.  Mary  E. Blk. 274. of Lot 804. Group I. K.D.  Walley,   Miry  33..- .....Blk.'276, of Lot3t>VG.L, K.D.......  KeHogj**.  Leonard G .-'-- = ..B!k��������� 284. ef Let 304, CkL, K.I>v......  Kellogg. Leonard G.    Blk.. 285. of Lot 304* G.I.. K.D.......  Kelloggs, Leonard G.   .................:'-......Blk. 287. of Lot 304, G.L, K.D...:...  Stockhanuner,   Simon   .. . ............The most Easterly part of Lot 367.  -.. being: 6 chains and 26 iin_s by 160  chains   ...................w............  "Walton. G. H ...Part of Liot 367. the most:Easterly  ,26 chains and 25 links in width of  _    said   lot.  exceptlns thereout and  i. ..-���������:���������''.- therefrom the most Easterly six  chains and 25 links thereof.....  Violet    Block D, Lot 526.; Group I. K.D.....  R.    N. %,^.W. %, ,of Lot 1269, Group I,  ilv.'   u.- ';;..:/;-.,..".v...;���������;....-............   Block 6.. Lot 254S, Group I, KJ).....   Part of Lot 5027, Group -I, KJX....   Block 1, Lot &m,; Group 1, K.D.....  A.  and J. A... ........Block 12YLot 5920, Group I, K.D....  ..-....*...Par-t -of- Lot 7836, Gro>up I, K.D.   Pa rt of Lot':7S?S. Group I, K. D.  /  3.95  1.62  10.24  .50  17.U  1.12  .8716  4.25  6.235  7.01  12^4  1.92  '5m.  9.10  6.06  9.10  9.63  7.������  .05  2.00  .05  2.00  .05  2.00  .20  2.00  .25  2.00  .05  2.00  .40  2.00  .40  >:2.00  .35  2.00  S.67  2.55,  \IXVt\  m f.f.  O.XfJ  3.S0  ������       ISO  ������.<>'  [Cory, Mrs. Maud    uj.aas Sr. Crawford  ....  Ejbist,  F.      Sell, Clifton P   feeil, Clifton P.    faj.imm-a.'l**      *r>  E?**mm ������������*%ri>������* i       MX,*- ���������������������������a.*.,*,***!  grench,' Arthur 32.  ..  }_oun_, Mrs.  Mildred  j-enel!e.  P.      plsen,   Chas   _ohnson, J. K.     pPoble; -Sydney      Hutchinson, Hudson  Bailey, Samuel N. ..  n^arione,  Pietro  {Puljjames,   Egbert    Lot  7? Block'E  .Block 18  .Lot vv w a, Blk. 23   ��������� Lot 3.  Blk.  23     .Part of Block 25    >Part, of Block 25    .Lot  4,   Block 21      ���������Lot 19,; Block 28     .Lots  14 and 13,   Block '44.   .Lot  9.   Block 43a   .Lot 1.  Block 50     .Lot  5,   Block A      .Lot 32,  Block A      .Lot .33/ Block  A      . Lots - 4  and  5.   Block   D      Lots j, 8JL_9, 10, Jl, 12 and 13, Blk. D.  693a  8S4  884  693a  603a  693  693  603  ������o*  693  693c  693c  693c  693d  G93d  890  4.00  4.00  r  ������50  7.50  * ��������� ��������� *  2.25  1.75  IM  3.50  3.00  6*66  .25  2.64  2.6*  2.S7  1.65  1.65  1.65  4.95  .33  l;38  1   IK  .33  .66  2.31  1.98  1.65  3.96  .16  .30  .30  '.15  .15  .05  .05  .55  '.20  .05  .25  >25  '.05  .45  1.00  -i nA  r.bo  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  -.   nf.  J..W  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  7.94  IJ 414  .   -.O  ^t.A4.  5.30  2.70  2.70  14.00  1.33  4.83  a. 00  1.33  2.73  7.0-5  6.23  2.7C  11.41 ,  1.43  DOW'S ADDITION TO CRESTON���������Being a subdivision of part of Lot 524 and part   Lot 6,  Blk.  2. Dow's Addition .851   .Lots'8-'to 10, Blk. 1, Dow's Addition 948  Lot 13, Blk. 5,  Dow's Addition...... 851  -f. ...tEoung,   Hilton  6.46 Bell, Clifton P.  9.26 picker,  J.   E.  Sm&Intif\'VKr^ir\\\oY'Vt      <fttii*������:r  U.50  "_L.50  0.68  3.00  100.00      10.09  Kitz_eraia, C.  Huscroft, W.  Edwards,  John  Wilson,   E.   P.  Peterson.   Emil  MacKenzie.  D.  Mitchell,   Geo.   .  Cose, B. and G.  Adamson,  G._ ..~. , ���������?art P? J-^t ^?- Group I, JSJI>.  Partington, s C. T.  BleasdeU.A. W. .  'Wilkinson, Ed. ...  Kieaadell, A. W. ..  -Bieasdell, H. T. ..  BleasdeU, W. H., ..  Grafton,  Joseph  ..  .Part bf Lot S081, Group I. K.D,  .Part of Lot 8076,-.Group I. K-D.  .Part of Lot 8370, Group I. K.D....i.   14.00  .Lot 9400. Group 1, Kootenay Dist.. 160.00  .Lot 9401, Group I, Kootenay Dist. 160.00  .Lot 9402, Group I, Kootenay Dist.. 180.00  .Blocks  1,:2,'4,.j5,  6 and 7,  of lot  9403, Group.I,'Kootenay District.. 120.00  300.00  40.00  5.00  ,7*50:;  4.ih  _s.oo  10.00  /  10.00  5.00  Xmb  15.00:  5.00  *.���������������������������'  6.00  3.00  1.32  .30  .20  .05  20.00  3.00  .78  12.00  3.00  .78  .   40.00  5.00  1.30  316.50  32.00  ��������� ��������� a, * -  160.00  16.00  16.00  16.00  12.00  .40  1.55  .60  .40  .40  .20  .20  .05  .16  .15  .30  i.50  .75  -.65-  .65  .50  2.00      12.40  CRESTON  TOWNSITE���������Lot 525, Group I.  P&wne, W.  A. ........Lots 10a and 12a,  Blfc.  E   Peterman,  H. ....Lots 9a and 11a. Blk. E.   Norman, W. Gfisnold .' ..Lot 18,  Blk.  3,   Barton's  Add.  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  43.55  Y1S.05  PROCTOR  jSammons,  12.40  9.60  Ta4-    -14    f~A    IS      -Ol  .......i^    Ay    ������a..i.    av,     m^.  of Lot 891,  .33  2.00  .18  Group 1.  1.00  1.00  1.00  *V/i     A-/V/ **���������/   o  1.33  6.25  1.18  2.53  8?30  890  895  .42  .85  .80  .20  .56  .52  .05  .05  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.G7  2.46  2.37  TOWNSITE���������Being  ���������JDY-J.      subdivision of Lot 309, Group   Lots 18 and 19,  Block- 3   I.  710  5.00  11.00  .75  1.00      16.75  i/ iri b. vi "s. K  Shannon,   John  7.a)&������ll, Cha3. Plummer  6.52 McGarvey,   Hugh  2.30 Hill, Chas.  Plummer  5.94 Lynch,  D.  5.93  8.60  35.50  zi%������  .18.65  7S765  TE���������- Being a subdivision of part of Lot 2546, Group I.  ..Lots 5 and. 6,  Blk.  1,  Lot 2546...  ..Lots 12 and 13,  Blk. 2,  Lot 2546.  ..Lot  18.   Blk.  2,  Lot 2546   ..Lots 4,  5,  19,  20,Blk 3..  Lot 2546.  ..Lot 7,  Blk? 3, Lot 2546   688  .40  1.00  .38  2.00  .50  .05  .'iii  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  3.40  &C5  1.38  3.10  1X0  KASLO & SLOGAN   RAILWAY GRANT  LANDS���������Lot 812, Group I.  ,2.00 .   14.5C  {Robertson, Wm,  Bruce, E. A. ..  Bruce, E. A. ..  OAj-OojAngus, Curry ..  1Leveque,  Edith  ill   ~l-~=   f *si  5. O. -SOUTH ������ Jew  LAND ukaNt���������uot 4*j3d.  Sforreys, H. A   'Dean,   Harry   Rankin, Walter E.     , i_ellogg,   Mrs.  Adel.   ..  Cra*0-   Tj-.viir.        ,,���������, .*-..  *i3rif������thT"ida ;.  ��������� j,���������_u Z ������__,   ....Block 4. Suh-lot.20.  Lot 4595    Blocks,10 and 21. in Sub���������ot 20.  "Lot   4������i_35   .;.........,i......:.......   Sub-lot :9S.Jxot .4595  ......;........   -Sub-Jot "UL  Lot -s595    .SijlJrlo+^SS.^-Lot :4595 '-....;-..'..'���������.....  '.'.'. ^Su6'4ot1i9(L, Lot 4595~ ..:."........ ?-....   i '"j^:-j?);" '',.;���������>> -j - ;������������������...   .; '     .'. .  of  9.51  19.86  320.00  453.00  3S.14  160.00  4.75  10.00.  120.00  120.00  : 44.Q0  .16.00.  _7i:'YY  ���������>56r,''sf-  .20  ��������� .40  5.40  5.40'  ������*"*.A ���������  r?'i55  ^.00?: '���������: 6.95  m.06 ?:12.40  2.00 127.40  2.00Yil27.4������  2.00?ii; 49.71  j2.00.-jg 19.^L{  I!  'jSub-Divisier������ of Sufc-Lo*Ss 6, A3,  'MacFarlane. John  ....'..'.':.-   Mackin, 'Harold   Craig,   John   Rice,  Grant E.   ...-.   Rice. Grant E   Rice,   Grant E   sind, Pa^;������$'^^^:\^ y:titi''" ���������?  ..Y.^..Block 30_?aiid-?47?..;;.!YY..........: 11/75 ;=6a00Y; 2.10.   East  ^"fB16cl_ 31   .................... 9.55 2������.00 .70  .......Block���������33".......;................;....... 20.07 24.00- .84   Ek  *!&��������� Block^23."-.:....:.................. 9.53 30.00 1.05  ... .East %. Block. 19   ........... ..... 9.^ 10.00 .35  ...^-.Bloofe:^Y.Y'*v**^---------rr----i-----^l* JO 28.00; .SS  w  :2L80  1.00  1.15  1.20  .40  1.35  !  52,00; H? 66.90  Z.WZ ���������' 23.70  2iOo,;  :2.00;.  ���������2.00  2.00  27.99  34.25  12.75  32.33  M.  ..Sub-division of Lot 812? Blk. 100.  ..Sub-div.  of Lot S12,  Blk. 138   ..Sub-div.  of Lot 812,  Blk.  137   ..Sub-div.  of Lot 812,  Blk. 150   ..Sub-div.  of Lot 812,  Blk. 171.....  ;4_������A trs.  9.85  9.31  9.31  9.85  9.85  10.00  10.00  10.00  3.00  10.00  .45  .45  .45  .10  .45  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  12.40  12.-*5  12._  5.10  12.45  Thornton, Agnes  Wilson, Jennie .  Crawford,  W.   ...  _oi.  S3j,   Group   i.  . Lot: 3,   Block  4,   Lot - 891   .Sub-lot 5,   Blk.  7.  of  Blk.  14..  .N. E. 10 acres of Blk. 22   .50  10.00  3.09        1.98  ���������<ID ��������� ��������� * ���������  8.75        5.77  .25        2.00        7.23 \  .05      -2.00        2.S0  .65        2.00      17.17  .1  Bartholomew,   J.  .Lot 892. Group  I.  ��������� S..% of Blk. 33, Lot 8S2   20.00      11.25        3.15  .65    - -2.00  -   VJ.C'j  Paulson.   P.'.* A.'  International Lumber Co.  International Lumber Co.  .International .Lumber Co.  Davis,   Leo   Western' Canada iFire Ins.  Armstrong,-J. AT.      Grafton.  -Joseph L,      Armstrong, J. Mc   Grafton, Joseph L.  .......  .Co.  '      ���������������������������ti[^ytiti],tiyZ:i^;[^2^;ti''titi: y "??���������'.  ...Sub-lot G,\Lot 4592  ..v..I;...V......:?5_i.20 57.70 11.25  ...Sub-lot 11.  Lot 4593  570.00 67.00 ....  ,..Sub-lot :U, .......1160.00 116.00 ....  ...Sub-lot  15   i.:......................i...;2747.50 274.00 ....  ...Part of Sub-lot 18    15.00 .6.00 , .58  ...Part of Sub-lot 18 ....................   70.00 28.00 2.73  ...Blk. 3. 4 and 5. sub-div. Bub-lot 16.   29.25 47.60 4.64  ...BIk. 6  of sub-division of Sub-lot 16  30.00 12.00 1.95  ...Blk. 10, Sub-lot 16, Lot 4592....     9.C5 23.40 1.30  ...Blk. 13, Sub-lot 16. Lot 4592    23.S 9.20 ;������9-  Dole, Lemmel _������  Churchill,  F. L.  ^hiirchiH, P." L.  |Chi*rchilll  F. L.  3.IS  2.65,,  5.20,1  32.35:.  -. m,;  t.'-'O'  2.35"  .60  .65  ,.40  &00Y;  r.-mc-'-  %M ti  < 2.00-.,.  :   2.09  2.60'  2.00  2.00  2.00  74.00  61.551  123.20  288.35  8.&  34.33  56.59  16.55  17.35  12.491  COLUMBIA & WESTERN RAILWAY LAND GRANT���������Lot 4598.  McAllister,   Mary    Sub-lot 61. of !Lot 4698   Hopper, Alex. E.   ; Sub-lot 65.  of "Lot 459S   16.46  9.00  16.00  1.10  -.75,  .05  2.00  2.00  A SUBDIVISION OF LOT 58a���������Being the   FAIRVIEW   ADDITION   TO   NELSON.  Kilcline,   Margaret  Taylor, J. E.   Colbert,   John   ..... ;  Rlmmer,  Thos   McLaren,  G. G.   ...  Colbert,  John   '.   Curtis,   Fred   .......  Vyse.  Mrs.  Daisy  .  Blackett, J.  St. C.  Elworthy,   Fred   ...  Smith, J. C ,  Butler,  P.  J.    .,  Bulger, Jas. M. ...  Curran,  John   .....  Merclcr,   Ella    ,  Bulger, Job. M. ..  Bulger. Mrs. Mary  Isaac, Mrs. B. A.  E.  Registered  Plan No.  .Lot 8. Blk. 3. Lot 58a. G.I 266  .Lot 8 to 12. Blk. 15.  Lot 58a 266  .Lota 23 and 24. Blk. 22. Lot 58a 225  .Lota 7 and 8,  Blk. 26. Lot 53a 2t>6  18.75,  ���������'���������. 3.^6  "���������r  i  E.  ...  ...Lots 4 to 6, Blk. 33, Lot 68a 266  ...Lots 1 and 2, Blk. 34, Lot 58a  266  ...Lot 13,  Blk.  34,  Lot'68a... 266  ...Lot 12,   Blk.   35,   Lot 68a 266  ...Lots 1 and 2. Blk. 37, Lot.68a 266  ...Lot 10,  Blk.  39.  Lot 58a 266  ...Lot 10,  Blk.  40.  Lot 58a 2G6a  ...Lots 4 and 5, Blk. 48, Lot 68a 266  ...Lots 6 to 8. Blk. 48, Lot 58a -.. 266  ...Lots 9 and 10, Blk. 48, Lot 58a 266  ...Lot 14,   Blk.  481.  Lot 68a 266  ...Lots 1G to 19. Blk. 4S. Lot 58a 266  ...Lot 20,  Blk.  48,  Lot 68a.. 266  .Block '5C 266b  .75  32.50  1.88  1.75  2.25  1.75  1.00  .50  ���������1.75  .50  .50  4.00  1.75  .50  6.00  .77  12*7">  i?78  .2.30  1.78  "si  1.78  .51  .51  4.08  .12.75  9.18  .15  1.78  .51  6.10  94.00  .05  1.25  .05  .15*  .20  .15  .05.  .05  .15.  .05  .05  .40  6.1*0  .46  ".is  .05  .45  1.00  1.00  1.00  LOO  1.00 ;  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  L&t 1237, Group 1.  .N.W. %,  S.E.  %, Seti. 9 : '.   39.88  -N.E.  li. Sec.  34, .N. %. Sec.  35,  E.  % S.E. V*. Sec. 35, W. %, Sec. 36,4 -  ..  S.W.   Vi.   N.E.   Vi,  Sec.   36.   W.   %.  S.E. t4, See. 36, Tp. 14, Lot. 1237...1000.00  .S.E.   Vi.  N.E.   Vi,  and -N.   %,   N.E.  Vi,  Sec. L Tp.  36.  Lot 1238  isonn  .E.  %,  S.W.   Vi,   Seo,  22, 'E.  Vz,  Sec.  22.   All Sec. 23, S.W.  Vi, N.W.  V*.  Sec.  24.  W. ���������%.  S.W.  Vi,  Sec.   24,  W. %, W. %, Sec. 3, W. %. N.W.  Vi, Sec. 13,  S. %, Sec. 3,  N.E.  Vi,  N.E.   %,   Sec.   1.   W.   %.  N.E.   Vi.  Sec. 1.  W.  %, .Sec.  1, Tp.  36 2160.00-  .50  30.00  I9i nn  64.80  .30  6.87  .30  2.00  3.-I0  5.00  1.35        2.00      4o..r2  .60        2,00      16..S  8.90  3.30  2.00      79.00  Tuttle,  A.   H   Tuttle,, A.   H   Fer-BUMoh, Geo. ...  Ymir, Gold Mines.  Ymir, Gold Mines.  Ymir, Gold Mines,  Ymir,- Gold Mines,  Ymir, Gold Mines.  jYmir. Gold Mines.  fYmir, Gold Mines,  Churchill, F. L.   ..  Ltd.  Ltd.  Ltd.  Ltd.  Ltd.  Ltd.  Ltd.  Lot  1242,  Group   I.   Kootenay   District.  ��������� In Sec.  23, Tp. 17, Lot 1242..........   13.33 2.00 2.75  .In See. 23, Tp. 17, Lot 12i2    13.33 2.00 .14  .in Sec.  23,  Tp.   17,   Lot _M2 ....13.33 2.00 .14  .In Sec. 21 and 22. Tp. 17 "68.82' *6.88- .^7.,  .In Sec.   21,  Tp.   17    37.04 5.00 2.75  .In Sec. 2i and 28. ,Tp. 17....-    93.11 9.30 .65  .In Sec. 22, 23, 26 and 27, Tp. 17  316i92 31.70 2.20  .In Sec 17 and 18. Tp. 17    99,03, 19.80 1.37  .In Sec. 23 and 28, Tp. 17    11.41 2.28 -.16  .In Sec. 33 and 34, Tp. 17 .,.,. 68.07 13.60 .94  ��������� N. %, N.W. Vi. -Sec. 6. S.W. &,N/W.-      '  Vi. Sec. 6. and that part . of the  S. %, S.W. U, Sect 7, and the  jS.W. Vi of the S.E. % of Sec. 7.  lyinsf outside of the townsite of  Ymir  ..-.    .'.'.. 209.32      20.00        2.75  .20  .10  ,10  .30  .35  .45  1.50  .95  .10  .65  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.0O  2.00  2.00  2,00  6.35  A'M  4.4'W  9.tS  10.10  12A0  37._  24.J2  ': AM-  17..i9  1.00        2.00      &?'&<.>���������  Lot 1243, Group I.  iMcDermott, Hammond, Hunt & Waddell.In  Sec.  8,  9, 10,  IB;  16 and 17,' Tp.  31,   Lot  1243    3&10.00   Part of Sub-lot 18. of Lot 4592.;....   40.00   Block B   (3).   of  Sub-lot 1,   of Lot  306, Registered  Plan No.  731F....    6.00  ?*f*rv  Ipearce, Lewis  ]Baxehdale,  W.  384.00  16.00  1.41  1.56  ]*f.30  2.00     403 U)  75    .,2.00.;, 2i),���������*-���������}.  .05        2.00.     .. 3..14J  A  SUBDIVISION  OP LOT 96, Group I, .being the HUME ADDITION TO NELSON.  Smith,  Mro.. Elli,a ...v Lot SO, Bik. 2, Lot M0, G. I   Spencer, J. E Lot 4, Blk. 3, Lot 05, G. I   Spencer, J. E;    .......Lots 6 to 8, Blk. 3, Lot 90, G. I   Mills,   E.  W.   :...'. Lots 3 and 4, Blk. 4, Lot 96, G. I...  Busk, Chas.  W. , Lots 31 and 32, Blk. 7, Lot 96. G.I..  Rose;  W.   O.,  D**.    Lots 34 and 35, Blk. 7. Lot 96. G.I..  Bain, Mrs. Grace Lots 2 and 8, Blk. 9, Lot 96, G.I....  Jerome,   Thos Lot 7. Blk. 9. Lot 08. G.I   Milne,   J Lot 9,  Blk. 9, Lot 96, G.I   atlngroHe, Joseph   .....IaOIs ll) anil 20a. BIK. V, Lot Wi, u.l..  Turner,  T.   H I^otB 20 nnd 21, Blk. 10. Lot 96, G.I..  Douglas, H. E J^ot 22, Blk. 10, Lot 90, Gvl   McDougall,   A.   and  D.   II.,   and  Hop-   Lots 15, 10 and Vt 17, 28 to 25, Blk.  per  J7 G.    ." .11. I^ot 96.  G.I ���������   Thompson,  Jas Lot 26,  Blk.  11, Lot 96, G.I   Rome.   W.   O..  Dr Lot 14, Blk. 16. Lot 96. G.I.  284b  ��������� ��������� 4J  5.10  2S4b  .76  .77  284b  6.00  6.12  284b  3.00  3.06  284b  1.00  ���������XMV)  12.00  284b  a 50  8.67  284b  4.50  4.59  284b  0.60  ��������� ��������� ���������  2-41)  ������.oo.  6.12  284b  4.50^  4.69  284b  4.60  4.59  284b  284b  2Mb  2������ib  284  2������4  727  727  ****m%     0.������#     ������4Vir,    fla      imm* **%���������**��������� m ��������� mm ���������% m ��������� mmmmm     **Y  W.  F.    ' ,.../ '. 'I*0!8..1 _n*1 auByt'.2O.4_'l4_t.0l7, G.I... 727  ih  727  727  727  'eil.  Ul  727  2, Illlt. 40, Lots 1 and 2," Blk. 41,  Lot 97. Q.  I   727  a2r.  5.00  6.00  6.00  2.00  2.00  2.10  a.co  4.00  2.00  1.00  2,011  1.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  6.011  1.50  16.00  8,31  5.10  5.10  6.12  2.04  2.04  li.JO  1.63  15.30  .25  .05  .60  .25  .05  .20  .80  .40  .30  .60  .40  .40  .30  .45  .45  .60  .20  .20  .10  .05  .30  .10  .05.  .10  .OS  .10  .10  .10  .50  .10  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  j-Dated. at Nelson, B-. C. this 31st day of   August. 1912.  STEPHEN''H.V'HOSKri^d.''  Collector; Nelson Assessment District.  s  1  6.35  2.67  13.72  7.3:  2.01  20.44  18.97  10.49  7.80  13.72  10.49  10.43  7.83  31.65  ll^BIJ  13.72  5.24  6.24  3.20  2.55  5.20  21,10  2.05  :j,io  2.05  3.10  3.10  S.10  11.60  4.13'  1  .1.60        1.00      32.80  IN  LOT 1C2���������Deln0>AVIE3 ADDITION TO NEL80M.  MoHtyn Hooph. ,Mrn. J. K.   Lot 2, Block 17. Lot 182   Deacon,   Frai.lt J^ots H and 32, BUc. 19. I^ot 382.  McLuron,   G G ....Lotw .1 to 0.  Blk.  20.  Lot 382...  486  4R������  486  .02  3.76  3.(H)  ii  I'i1*!  \K  GCCT10M  17, Tp. 17, Let 1M?���������YMIfl TOWNSITE.  Che-inut.   Edward    Lot  0.  Blk.   1.   Lot 1242  KuM'i',   Mm,  640  G40  1140  640  (140      ....      Mary    Lot:. 7 and fi, Blk. 5. Lot 12^12  illuglie������,   Mary  J Lot 3,  BIH.  8,  Lot 3242    Hayward. W. C Lot 3. Blk. 12, Lot 3242    O'Nolllij   C Lot Iti,  Blk. 24, Lot 1242   Daly,  .lohn    Ut R,  Blk.  26.  Lot 12U2 610  Stewart,   Mary    Lot  11.   nik.  2<l,  ,T������t 1242 C40  ���������Rothorhnm,  Mm.   11 T^ot ������,   Blk.  27,   Lot 1242 640  Ponlaml, Mru. Mary Ann  .Lot lo. ink. 28, T "* -"������������������ "'"  Daly,   John Un  h,   uik,   xit,  IM 1242.  Lot liu.  640  U4U  .no  .no  l.OO  ������!iifi  2.50  2*1.6  a. no  .60  .27  .27  alio  1.78  1.37  1.0.1:  1.37  ���������J.37  .a*  ��������� ��������� ��������� a  3.00  1.112  .10  1.00  2.85  .15  1.00  4.16  .05  1.00  3.82  .or,  3.00  1.S2  .05  1.00  2.05  .05  1.00  2.15  .25  1.00  (1.211  .15  1.00  5.02  .05  1.00  2.0H  .15  JiOO  6.(12  .IB  l.OO  B.������2  .05  1.00  l.fi:i  mmmmmmlmmm.  l^i,,IAailW^II4l!ll4Wai|^IIWIAII)IHJlmiA.iia,|,j.'Wlllll)l.ft  SffiSaSa1  Tfefijffillj  '     :"������**J  mmm**m**miMmM?m*B  BSBSBS .i.,. f... ���������-!;.._^m1. -^���������.���������^'j5T^isJr,-^*>tin!  ZtitiS$^mm^  - -'j iv"l*a.-*J^'l-r-4rJtxV7'*'*������ Ti'  mm  THE    CRESTON    REVIEW,    CBESTON,    B. C.  M-  _*_i_M__i������__*__  Bf   aCS  1_ 8  _.    /*#"%  iNYON CITY NEWS  g|.neBUKiUNnuiLLi  S   S  L_t \i  __   s  yg, ns ti@||Si?@e_E-   P?_pp|Btor  HL.UI ..l������MW^*E.  II  THE"   HOME  OF   THE  TRANSIENT  i    I  m  m\m  GOftfiMODIOUB  SAMPLE  ROO M &  This Hotel  is  one  of the  |., best    known    and    popular v  I    Hotels  in  the   Kootenays.  The dining room is strictly  up-to-date and the bar supplied with only the best brand  of goods.  ���������3  a*���������"���������"  * "4&/2X**.  l->    f  V-^i ^^lOfj-U   jlj������v_-*������  HartluJDorch is quite ill with typhbiu  fever. - "  Mra. B. A? Lamberton left Tuesday  for a trip to Spokane. Wash.  Noel Lovelaud of  Hillyard,   Wash.,  ���������*���������"  spent a conple^of days the first of   the  week with relatives here.  Mr. Jar vis had a "pi" at the box factory Monday.  Semi-ready Suits  To Special order  IP IHC'-HJ Is do S"iir-fcid/ ai if. In  your town you may have .loemi-u idy  ���������alt made to your special older (rom pat-  toros. Send for "Kine's Own" teiee  suits at $20, with style bock and self-  measarins forms. Guaraa.t'et'.. S Ic at  t*"e sat.; j--"1"-* f-f-.s/^".- la Canadi.  Have you seen the style book, "SirI"  One for you at Semi - ready Limited,  Montreal.  G. Fred Johnston, Fernie. B. C.  '   " " I  ���������a  mi  \'J  til  ���������a  rl   NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE YOUR TREES  \ HEAVY cANKUAL   BEARERS "By  country as you will find any -place u  shown by a tree that is grown on O.   S.  Hall's ranch.   This is a crabapple tree  We wish to correct a "mistake in-^dne ' an<**is loaded with delicious fruit, ot the  of o-or last weeks iten s in whioh was s'*aie time having bioBSome among the  said that- Mr. and Mra -  Wetland bad riP8 frai*" showing that there might be  * I  moved here.   It should have been Wey- a   possibility of raising at   least two  let!-.    He is our aooo!������!_ocl������ti_g store-  crops of fruit, ������ year aad lara sure i lere j ������  keerer at the mill'.  That O.myon City is us good a fruit  PROFESSIONALS  i\  Ih<  CHAS, MOORE. C.E.  *     -At*. - -  P������,AK_   SUBVBYOB ASS   AaOHTTKCT  Plana and 9peoiflofttlone  CRESTON *>       ������       ������ B.C.  DENTISTRY  rr. e. kauTd, D-s*  Pa ������   over  Frank Parks Hardware  Hi        .       _  p  CRANBROOK,  B, C,  GUY   LOWBNBERG  O0K8UI.TIHO Shomibbb  CRESTON      -       -  B.C.  ���������"i  MR. &  MRS.CRO^T0^  ���������������������������"'��������� Teachers of '  Piano, Violin,' Singing  Music Supplied for Concerts & Dances  i Summer Pruning and Thinning j  n *������*.  ���������n _���������  * r-\rr m XT A fZ ^ XT   ���������_J    tTTtXtT* f*~m*m,4m.  TmmmK^r- *m���������, ._ *.  m iSX\������3J.1ja.<J*iJL-i     Xii iii     SlxmrnA^ m      V.'a.'iyi  fc4*j/������,r *������.������*������ f~  ������ _                                                              ~.      mx.      m. S,  p BOX 42, Creston                              Under experts oj 'Sow Seestofts ^  rJS'jBawnsagaati  YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND  the loth Annual  ���������9 ^  s  at Nelson B* C.  OKELL, YOUNG & yo.  HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON      -  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHO^IEtD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  GENERAL WILLIAM BOOTH  Founder and Commander-in-Chief of the Salvation Army  DIED TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1912  Special flDemorirfl Service  * * Creston}   nberc&ntile  ibaU  Sunbas ������ept 22  is no one so greedy as to  want more  than that  Mr. and Mrs C.S. Hail andMrs.Wey-  lett spent Tuesday with friends,, in  Creston,  * There are still reports "of nrany good  bags of gamebaing shot by Creston and  surrounding sportsmen. On Monday  Messrs. C. H. Wynn, T. Maione, T.  Hickey aud Clarence Maxvvell were here  from Creston trying their luck with the  grow**3! -jt-nd the report is that they got  23.    ''I guess they meant 23 grouse and  'not-23 skiddoo."  /  /  While at -work in the Oanyon City  .lumber mill, A. _Y Swanson had the  misfortune tc sceidently get his right  hand in tront of one of the saws injur-  ing it so as to necessitate the amputation  of the fore nnger. Mr. Swanson is one  of our ranchers and has a wife with  seyerai small children dependent on him  which makes the accident more unfortunate.  or  THE?!*/- 0"CD  SPECIAL FREE ATTRACTIONS  Dail  ixr  y  JL   XVI Vif|Jl������������,j__^af JL    JL  From the Fair Grounds  xxm*  PAUL & LEROY,   Comedy  Horizontal   Bar  Act  ISHIKAWA TROUPE of Japanese    r  THE INDIANIS TROUPE of Five Beautiful Girls  HOR������E RACING ROCK DRILLING  Log Sawing and Chopping  Reduced     Kates    t>n   ail    Transportation    Lines  SINGLE FARE FOR ROUND TRIP  ������������������n���������w��������� ._.,...   i iii ii���������MMain'ii, ��������� ���������, -   ..-��������������������������� il_ ,; sasgawaaaggaM���������_an  A. B. Emory, Pres., G. Korstead, Secy, P. O. Bos 392, Nelson   B, C.  ;_!;J  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  TRAIL  iS.V.  Starfte_ ������5l <_o.  'Wholesale  Provisions,   Produce,   Fruit  General Commifwlou Merchant-  NELSON        -        B. C.  ORDER OF SERVICE  Opening Hyinn���������^O God our help iu ages piast"  SEALED   TENDERS   addressed* to  tbe undersigned,"and endorsed "Tender  foe -vV'barf'.at   Shatt-,*  Bench,   B.  C.,'  will ba received at this office until 4 p.  Scripture Reading - - ������������������'        -   Captain Stride j������..on Monday, September so, 1912. for  Memorial Duet-~"Only RemeiBbefed"   Bro. aud Sis. Kyslop Jtbe conatruoiion of a Pile Bent and tim-  ber . decking wharf at Shutty Bench,  ipistrint of Kootenay, B. C?  Plans, specification and form of con-  T Mss,SP0KANB        _ _  V  ' ,        ~   Ikviies you fe'Si#  Sispr. 5Q -to Ud. j6 1912  "*���������-���������:*;!;"  miR.Beattt_  CRANBROOK - B.C.  I  Tha  Funeia! Qirector  _y  Remark-  Hyran-���������-"Welcome Sweet Day"  (One of the General's favorites)  Message . -  - - -.... Commissioner  Rees  tract can be seen and forms of tender  Solo���������"Face to Face shall I Behold Him" Cadet Hyslop obtained at this Departmerit/and at tht-  Remarks ottices of Li". W. Aylmer; Esq , District  Cornet Solo���������"The Holy City" - Captain Stride -Bngineet,Chase, B.C.,o. c. Worsfoid  Solo���������"Life's morn will soon be waning" Bro. Hyslop ^q., District Engineer, New Westmin-  ���������VK'i ���������!���������!���������:  t  TKe Maud Bktp__sHo!ic&E_5*"  *_'/ J..  Remark*-  Captain Stride V^er B. O., and on   applioetion to the  Before Cetting  _Ik Contact *  For the 'nilldlna of your Now  IloiiHO, Storo, Oflloo, Workshop  or other building, witto or call  ou tiici. tftriblmatet* gJvun on all  kinds of work.     >  Closing .Hymn���������"When I survey the wondrous Cross"  Benediction / ,  Punctures. Ciits or Bursts  ��������� ���������.    t "���������'  iu Motor and Bicycle Tires, and all. Rubber Goods  VULCANKZED  r/Seven f/qy& Grid, jsox imM&cp  ' ecmxmTdo/ian one/ amugetnehi1 ��������� ���������  $anWmirfa������ibmJer^  '\A*a������io j^KHCe*feove. iSecyrfos* Ps^wmatt. Lwr*i*rf  lllvqlh>aied Dail/lV^am. M^.������,___A_PI; ^'^m^ta *.  K'HJsci  J ������T m*m**?mt  ������:���������:��������� v*i  it*;*:;?  ~:*:J*.iJ}  K;  by  the  "H.   F.M  Process Charges  Moderate  H. NEWELL BIRCH, Automobile Engineer  CRESTON, B C.  Agent for Liquid Graphite, known as uO^LDAGM  Repairs ���������$ Alterations  A SPEOIAUTY '   "  (JhiivgcH vcnsoniibloand Biitlsfoctlon  yiiiuuuUicd on All Work  JOHN   BOYD,  Creston  I mmmmBBBBXmQBWmVlm^^  A. Mirabelli  .mJm-  SatftHo and  IM*sii*ff3Qss&  Repairing  * SPEOIALTY  ' Dealer in   hig'i    class  boots and s.ioes.  LAYRITZ NURSERY  VIOTORIA, B. O-  Tho Uafgest Nut-aery In tho Provlnop  *C"'"t'L'V.t..'". "  ...'���������.,'.....i,,   I..  .1     -" "    ._'���������  i -.������������������,  ',. ������ ; mm.mi.rn. m    ,i   .....,.   .. ,,. ,   n .    ������       .nii���������������,1  ���������If '  Fruit trooH, nhnde nnd ornainontnl troon, flhrubH, vinoH.,   oroepers oto.  Our Hl.oolc   is oxo^piiiouu-ly cJoau.    Uiown without nrigutioii imd  guaranteed true to iinmo.  We mako a Hpooinlty of Dwarf Apples and Pears. Thoso bear tho  next yonr after planting nnd aro especially recommended for city gardoiiH  and JillorH for tho oommoroitil oiohurd.  ...      X  .        assS.PRICES RIGHT  :-^~���������x-^ma  Wm K. BROWN, ORESTON, &. C.  LOOAL   AGENT  Postmaster at Kaslo, B. O,  *  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied, and  signed with their actual - signatures,  stating their ocoupution and  plaaes of residence. In tho oase of firms  the actual signature, the nature of tho  occupation, and placo of residence of  each member of the firm must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied by  an accepted cheque on a ohartered bank  payable to the order of tho Honourable  Minister of Public Works, equal to ton  per oont (10%) of tho amount of tho tender, whioh will bo forfeited if tho person tendering decline to enter into u  | contract when called upon to do bo, or  j till to oomplote tho work contracted for.  If tho teudor be not accepted tho cheque  will bo returned.  Tho department does not bindlteolf to  \ accept the lowest or uny tender,  By order,  E. O. DESROOHEBB,  Secretary,  DopiirUneut of Public Works,  Ottawa, August 31, 1012.  Get youf Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco,  Cigars,   Pouches.  Pipes, etc., at the  '  ��������� "* . -    .  Creston    Wine    &  spirit  LfOa  Sa    POOIG,   PfOp.  Aiiiii!*1  COMPLETE  a!  Fertilizers  am gam gam   \  im*WBTm\mmmB  MONET  P      HERE ARE SOME OF TM������      O  OS1TIONO  Beforred to us the fliflfc week in August  Lumber Co., Elk, stenographer    -   - . m   $06 month  Power Co., City, Ston-  ogi'uphor -   -   .   $iX)     "  .  Jbtailroad, Oity, Stuno-  grnphor -   -   $76     "  Lumhor Co., St. Marios,  Bookkeeper -   -   $75     "  Harvester Oo., Mohcow,  Stenographer -   $00     ���������'  Oommtasiai), City, Sten-  ographer -       -   $B0     ���������'  Hilw, Oo., St. Marl**-**,  Bookkoopor     -   $U0      '-  Lumhor Co., PalmiHe, Stono-  gmpher ������������������   -   -   $05     ������������������  Ami others. Wo eouldn't fill thoso  callii. We'll huvo a good position  walling for YOII when you coinpleto  your I'oui'NO'  Wi'ilo  for  Fi-oo  TiOHHon  In   Gregg;  Sow Buriis'Fertplizers  And Reap  Call or send for otlv  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  _4   . m.ii���������ii   .    ......i.i���������.i.w i   |lliMi������il|.W>w.l,.i������W'**l������lail������llllWI__ WI^WIMHH  m*i*m*m������������m$m,l,mmmmmmr,mm>mmir'mimmmmmMnm^m0iimmnmmimmmm.m i_._.���������,.. ��������������������������� ���������  P. BURNS & Go.  UmltatJ  CRESTON       .      B.C.  Head Office  CALGARY; VANCOTJ.  VER;    EDMONTON.   aamaaximiwuiii mmm ������m������iin<iiaii>aiiaiii������ laiiiiiaraaiiiiaiiwawiay  FOR SALE  ���������isi>._  ���������y-fir^'-.-iin.^u  ..tiZjZ---*.-.  y%zti*$iWi  WtiM  tiZti, -V ���������j. L*3 ?:-V;''S-PaTB  -mm  ^'&pi*M3&  tiimm  :��������� ������������������i-.-'Xi&'&Sssa  n su ,. ii h.r-li'  *t*r *������-������-��������� 1 ������h������rthiMMl,   T������^mn������uiHhli������ "wiiokh't. 7.r'^  Fivo acre Fruit and Poultry rahoh for  advertisement if they insert lt without  .authority}from tho Department,���������20801.  Catalog,  am"*-*    r.l'vflr- to town naioining tho mea-  Thf-Rl,..,-R..oJ������j^__ rrtll_.vACA dowa mA "nitiWo for utook or dairy  ineomtrt-usiness college ctJM9t  Bowing arohara hrlng iu������ood  I i^ iirt Avonuo aud Muai������att������ 3pokauo. inoomo.     Apply owiwf % Unlaw,  J.  "���������*  til  "7-������i';i->--y  tibtitii  : tils-sim  V4if'^!Si  h*i.:':tS-..-~,-;  u***s  i,f^yM  .1"  w  'mm  'ti'ti������ti>  ���������ti*ti&titi\  .-Ji-tortei  . V  ��������� Cf.  M:  '.\t   i  ;;V������E  mtf.lt  :i':ti������A  ...t..l  i  . -l*J.I  ?'-^'i  m  ���������Ml  i  ��������� -i  ; ������������������:*  ������  L  L*A&^������^^ U||U  ������iau_i_a_M,  ^^^^^^Jl������^i^l|i|I|'iil ji.  tin WJ.JL.I.. .l'.Ua>l'.'lt>W***m  '"#  "'������������������.-tititi"^'^.   -,..��������� .���������������������������;,���������.���������.���������-';������������������-. '���������- .Vy'"'.'.-^^  S'Y'  _F  s-W-  I??  w  li?:  _K!i'.  HI  B'-  nii :���������:  ������THE CRESTON REVIEW, CRESTON, B. C?  **+.  -ti'titi'titi Scars That Stay  . . ",?Then? ��������� \rd people who tell yon that  ������������������'��������� ^erytkinsi   in   the   body   ia   changed!  ...���������every seven years, and  that  there is!  .to part of it which was there seven;  ;"years ago.     This does not mean that;  the, body   changes   its   form   all   at;  .'tence,  as  a  snake  does  its  skin  or a'  Y&eer  its SMitlers,  but simply  that  the!  Snnumerable   and   tiny   atoms   which i  ��������� 4i"������  used, up  by  the  daily  wear  and,!  ���������. fesar are .^eplace'd by/ifresh atoms sup  Yetted  by  oiii*Yiipi?Q*fe'-?iiMav drink,  which  'jeep the, ppdy'golg^just as coal and i  ���������-.'.'���������'skater keep the steaM-engine at work. 1  v?: But   these  changes  are  so   minute i  "Ynd gradual that the. form, cf the body  . Yemalns    the    same,    although    such'  Y things as scars  take  a long time  to  disappear, and sometimes, they remain  Y^or life, although they always lose a  ��������� g*reat-deal of their prominence.  ;'?r'?Yo-a may have noticed .that  if you  .Cufcyour finger lightly Jt will soon heal  .���������;ittl>?and the scar presently disappear.  ':.':"j'js_t as the-marks of a superficial burn  ?-*<s-?Sll gradually go away; but if the cut  Y_5?_eep tho scar remains.       This is  V-because ic went down to what is eall-  ���������ied the true skin.      Any cuts, stains,  jar burns on the outer skin are .t-radual-  .5y pushed up and worn or washed off,  :i5ust as the hair on the back of your  -���������and  wears  off  without your cutting  ���������'.it and grows again; but anything that  '^oes down to the true skin, like tat-  i^Eo'o marks, always remains.  Liquid   Sulphur   Nature's  Remedy Cures  Rheumatism, Eczma. Stomach and  Kidney Troubles, Asthma. Sore  ThroatY Catarrh and Dyspepsia.  Use Liquid Sulphur Foot Bath for  .tired or sore feet. Try the Ljq-  uid Sulphur Bath, they are very  beneficial to the whole system, and  on!"-" costs a few cents each.  Liquid Sulphur is 100 times better than sulphur in sny other form.  EACH   BOTTLE A  CURE  Thousands of Vancouver citizens  can tell you how Liquid Sulphur  has  cured  them.    .'���������".-.  If your druggist, cannot supply  you, we will send by mail,' at our  own risk, upon receipt of price  40c, or $1.00 size. Postage prepaid.     Prepared only by  CHACE & JACKSON,  Vancouver, B.C.  PRISON  TIGERS  rKADE rannK REG.  .:[ Jim���������What-did   the   telephone   girl j  "say when she handed back Jack's sol-s  ������������������tltaire and broke the engagement.  -    Tom���������Ring off.  & A  ?*.    GERMAN  COVERY   WILL  SPECIALISTS'  DiS-  POSITIVELY  CURE  |     KIDNEY TROUBLE  v"'l . r-  ���������^Bladder Stone, Gail Stones,  tiMMney Stones, Gravel and  - -. as  au  Ailments  Ui.  urac  Origin  <        SANOL   EXPELS   URIC   ACID .  ;|?I__YER FAILS TO CUREj  ���������a high-grade paper, odorless,  tasteless, free from tar,  waterproof, exceptionally strong  ���������will not tear. A durabl������  and effective interlining for  walls, floors and ceilings.  '    Examine DURO carefully at  your dealer's, or write for saropla  |   and Booklet to the 8$  gt Sole Canadian Mannfacturera  STEHS STANDARD PAINT CO.  m ot Canada, limited, I  LSii/aic-eal. Wina'peg, Calgary. Yspcoavcr.     g  i i ne  j     Our   whole  neighborhood  has   been  ' stirred up. said ihe regular reader.  {.     The  editor  of   the  country   weekly  ] seised his pec.      Tell me about it,  1 said.      What we want is news. W  ! stirred it up?  Plowing,  said   the  farmer.  IJHundreds    of    cured    patients  y- prove our statement) .  s t  11 cc  '���������"[���������; 'Sufferers will receive pamphlet  Yon request.   ,  Y     Sanol.    -PRICE  $1.50  per  bottip   in  -'.'/. Siqnid ��������� from Druggists, or direct from  [ti. the ' ..        '-  c������ir*M Mnw n/hDir  win nv if  truiuv  I������fl������F*lI      g*m\mmMm^i\������%9T*  Willi  6ANOL MFG. CO.. OF CANADA. Ltd., I  Winnipeg, Man. |  I THE OLD  K*AiN3 ANu Auric.& Mnc  NOW   ONLY   A   MEMORY  You ought to wear  SPFOED'S S0VERE1Q-I BRAND  CLOTHES  Reliable     merchants     have  them in stock  Tells  cf "the  Wonderful   Benefits Obtained From -  ���������pit a c-p*c  DR. CHASE  **xaam*mm- mil Ti*���������m  THE'ALBERTA'HOTEL  715 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  A few doors south of. C.P.R. Depot  Rates $i.50 to $2.00 per day  Cuisine unexcelled  Hot -and cold water In every room  Hotel, practically   Fireproof  All Outside Rooms  ���������'iXTUsi ihv bes* ever made and are guar-  uteed  to givo you. -atl-fticuon       At ��������� ^ ,y ^ ��������� dealerB    .  ._        ._ A-.-A-- _ (]0���������  inmmv i IVEI_ D1IIQ  Like many another Newfoundlander  living far from doctors, Mr. Stone  feels unbounded gratitude for the  benefits obtained from the use of Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pi-Is.  For years he had suitered * from a  congested condition of the liver and  kidneys, with headaches, backaches,  pains in !imbs and body. Words fail  to describe his sufferings as well as  the gratitude he wants to express for  the cure,  Mr. Alex J. Stone, West Point,  Nfld., writes:-���������"! suppose you  thought I had forgotten all about you  when 1 got Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pills, but I haven't You must excuse  mistakes, for like many Newfoundland men I have not much education,  but I want to thank you many times  for your medicine.  "I cannct tell you what 1 suffered  from liver and kidney derangements,  indigestion and constipation, nor can  I find words to express how much  good this medicine has done me. I  feel better than I have for five years  : nd have given some of these pills  to friends, who tell me they have done  them a wonderful lot of good. I  want to express my heartfelt gratitude  for the benefits derived from the  great medicine."  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  Exploits of Untamable Convicts  No. it is not the old Ipsa who give  .he most trouble, said ua officer in  one of our gret-t convict prisons to  a newspaper representative. Men who  have served several terms invariably  learn   sense One  of   the   best-con  victs iii' prison has served a term ot  thirty years in all. They sny he  was like a wild beast when he first  came In.and that he was bashed  (Hogged) three times during his first  lagging. .-'-Now you could ���������..rust him  to do his job without an officer in  sight of him.  You believe in flogging, then?  Certainly I do. It's the only hold  we have ovc* the desperate type of  criminal. Now and then we get a  kind of wild beast in the shape of  a man that is every bit as dangerous  as a tiger fresh out of the jungle. Nothing but a bashing does one of that  j sort "any-food. They hjad one of tb.fi t  kind in Portland lately. On May  llth of last year he was being brought  ia from the quarry, when the ofi'icer  in.charge of the gang told him to walk  quicker. He lifted his pickaxe and  caught the warder over the head and  very neariy killed him. The visiting  justices ordered him thirty lashes with  the eat, which is the severest, punishment that has been given in Portland for more than twenty years past.  You don't often hear of a roan being taken out of prison, tried afresh,  and given . fresh sentence for something he did in prison. But that is  what happened at Parkhurst a few  years ago, A chap who was just  one of these mad beasts I'm telling  you aboil*- went for another lag and  precious nearly killed him. They had  him up at Winchester assizes. The  judge gave him another ten years and  said he wished he could have made it  fi f tocii.  The suffragettes give a deal of  trouble? ventured the contributor.  I  believe  they  do;   but  they're  not  the only ouos that have io bv forcibly  fed.       They had a man in Carmarthen r*r?-'?on.���������a *'T'?:'nH:m  aoi-use*^ o^ n-1"--  deriug three people all at once���������who  i would sit quite still all dav, without  speaking or moving; he wouldn't eat,  jjg*1 and  would have died of starvation  if  they hadn't used the tube.    Everyone  tried their'hand with him���������governor,  chaplain, doctor���������but no one could do  i-nything with him.      He    even    had  to   be  dressed   aud  undressed   like  a  doll.      Anyone might have thought he  was 'crazy;  but the doctors didn't be-  ] IS eve so.      They reckoned he was the  ! finest malinger that ever was seeu in  i prison.  ! Some of the younger .prisoners are  j worse than the older men. What do  : you think of this case- now?  A middle-aged man named Culiy  was arrested at Darlington about two  years ago. and put in the same cell  with a lad whose name I won't mention, as he is still alive. In the middle of the night Cully took out a piece  of cord which he had hidden in the  lining of his coat.  Who's going first? he said to the  lad.  Wen, I'm not going, said the boy.  Cully then hanged himself, while the  boy lay and  watched him, and never  made a sound.  Why didn't you shout? asked the  coroner, at the inquest next day?  I forgot said the boy.  The worst prisoner on record was a  big Italian named Mayoni, who was  lying in a Northern prison charged  with murder. One morning early he  began smashing everything in his cell,  and before the officers could gather  he had managed to burst the door.  Hew he did it was a wonder, for three  ordinary it en couldn't have made any  impression on it.  Then he came rushing out. armed  with a piece of lead pipe, which he  had wrenched from the wall, and It  looked as if someone was > going to  be killed. One of the officers ran  upstairs, got on the gallery above and  chucked a bucket, of cold water clown  on Mnyoni's head. Then the others  made a,rush. You'll hardly believe  it, but it took fifteen men to get him  down and handcuff him!  v -y.  f_'������o.  xh������ great buifc of borne baking is no longer necessary. "Let  'MOONEY do it." yMOONEY'S BISCUITS are made  right at your own   door and are on your grocer's shelves  as fresh as they leave tha ������yen.  They are the only biscuit which comes to your table frssh  enough to take the place of your own home baking.  IVIOONEY'S PERFECTION  ISQUIT  atq sold Iii air-tight packages���������or sealed tins. If you have  never used them you have a delightful treat in store.   .  MOONEY'S are made in "Winnipeg,  a Western biscuit for Western people.  r  ^v  Tlhie    IHiuistaraitfloo  imia.siy   stales off  s   oo������   o:  for  BiT.  r  ���������ra, or send us  ' and hIzo required.  .', all. dea  .'In* viv  "'The Arlington Co., of Canada,  Ltd.,  63  i"raaer Ave., Toronto, Ont.  ur  Edmanson,  Toronto.  Bates  &  Limited  IHE JOHN INGLIS CO., Limited  Ki-.-'.'IneerB and Boilermakoi-  Boll**.."*    of    all      kinds���������Engines,  Tnm;i,i, and   Heavy  Plal.s  Work  _ Writ.- us for Prices  t,4 Str.ir.hari Ave,, Toronto. Canada  --4������  i     Mary, where  is that chicken pie I  ! told you to heat up for me?  }     Well, mum, you told me to heat it  i up, and I've beaten It up.  . i -���������   I- ��������� ia������������������������.���������  mm  I Mlnard'a  Liniment Cure* Colds,  Etc.  22 1-2 H. P.  4 Cylinder  4 Cycle  Wafer  Cooled  Motor  With  Dow  Magneto  V=  If you want to purchase a carload  of  Good Ontario  Apples  Communicate with  h.   1-1 .   DAWSON  3*0   Cu-lb-jurr*.'"   Si* *ei..   Toronto  My little fiirl, 5 years old, Is an  unto enUi.Asi.'ist. One day sho had  boon out for a Ions ride and reached  borne at bedtlmr> Being tired, she  threw hon-flf across hor bod and said:  '>. mania, iny tires nro llai.  Minard's Liinlment Co., Limited.  Dear Sirs, -1 had a Bleeding Tumor  on my face for a long time and tried  a number of remedies without any  Hood results. I was advised to try  MTNARD'S LINIMENT, and after using several bottles It made a complete cure, and It healed all up and  disappeared altogether.  DAVID HENDERSON,  Bellelalo Sluiiou,  Kings    Co.,    N.B.,  Sept.  17, 1004.  V  Price of Car with  above body   lettered as you   requite $1300.00  fx o. b. Clinton.     Get Catalogue and information from  CLINTON MOTORCAR CO., LTD., CLINTON,ONT.  Or STERNS & BURTON, SASKATOON  =%  J  ���������������__  For the last tea years the average  number oil days worked per week hy  tho miners of tho United Kingdom averaged B.19.  P.eeogiil/.ed as lhe lending specific  fnr th'* dnn.iri'ct-l'iri of worniw. Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator bus  proved a boo:i to suffering children  cvr-rywher.-.      It (-seldom fnlla.  lfessr tVr:l\uMmTimmt&^^r  I'VliKlI/.l'o*-  X4������4������VAT.t|.������riHUlMl.      ������������������  mt^t^n^m^m^  fc-'*.'-'.'.-'-'''-**r* .**-."' *-.--'."-J*"."* :������������������'���������'���������:���������::���������"" ":'"'���������  Pre-Nuptial Sacrifices'  Aro you going to give up smoking?  ������������������"t-rta.l'Jly.  And  drinking?  CJadly. |  Ami  you will  rc:ilgn  from all  your '  '���������rffiib'j'''  'AA.' . 1 li  .1 ,������������������������ ./  ".rtilinli, dearest, if there Ih anything |  i  ������r**'4'    '/''ii   <*ii M    i' i v i-   up. i  .W-'M.   f.or  nno   thin'*:.   I   ftlve   up   nil j  iU)i'jk-'..f marry Ing you. 1  Why. Irene, dear, what; haH happened V It in not. a mouth since your  marriage, and I llnd you in tears already  >Mi. 11:1,1a. drirUng. Ci-orgi- Is standing as oandldfiti'* for Parliament, you  know, and I've only juat learnt from  the Oppopltinn pnpers what n roally  ilKMidful man  I have mtirried  -a^-JllSj-W  ���������r^*3:'i|'v_'\ r>tk <L_*'-'*' ':  tm^<&Jm.-,Ja)wm~.,\Jfam\* mmm.. j���������.Jr.i'.,,, ���������...  ffijiiMi^mjM*.' mm*2a '-M-. ^���������* <l-m-:;  ir|..a������������aw������"'.-r-ai|aBi���������i  </.K:il?'������.'L  -/���������.-J������ii������������  p^a������v>'  "i-,.-4������   fluin   h;������ir  lliril-  nt fli''iif������r  X^jekxuhK..  W.     N.     U.     m\m  mhWmf^im^m^mXmammWt*'  mmaaamaaam  _B-IH������  Spurgoon was once asked If tho  man who lcarnod to piny a cornet on  Sunday would go to heaven.  Tho great proachor's reply was  characteristic. Said ho, I don't s^o  why hu Bhould not, but���������after a pauso  ���������I doubt whether tho man noxt door  will.   A-  She had tried vainly to stop tho  train In the usual i'omlno fashion,  but without result, until at. least  eight people had shouted 'HI,' stentoi*-  ous.ly, ami half a dozen small boys  hnd entered for an Impromptu whistling competition.  Al. last, she was aboard, and she  glared  viciously at tlio conductor.  Why didn't you Htop tho car for mo?  sho demanded.  How was I to know you wanted  lo  k>'i- "'ui'.'   he  i/uLuj Leu.  Didn't, you son me swinging my  arum und jumping up nnd down and  vlgnroiiHly waving my umbrella?  'Coui'Ho I did, he said agroonbly.  Nobody conld help It. Tho whole  street was looking at you!  Thon ,vhy didn't, you stop?  sho :iH|{i'd In oxasporatlon.  Oh, I iliouglit you woro just danc-  Ing to tln> hi root-organ!  was the eon-  li IK,I 141 '������    l|ll'i:|,    I l(ll_y ,  Costivcness and Ito Cure.���������When  the excretory organs refuse to perform their functions properly the Intestines become clogged. This is  known as costlveness aud if neglected  gives rise to dangerous complications.  Parmoloo'B Vegetable Pills will ol'fect  a speedy euro. At the first Intimation of this ailment tho sufferer should  procure n packet of tho pills and put  himself under a course of troatmont.  Tho good effects of tho pills will bo  almost immediately ovklont.  |The Northers'- Trusts GoBT-psLgiyj  HEAD OFFICE,      WINNIPEG *  TkU eomnanr  net* in the ������apa'*.-*"r ������������������������  TRUSTER EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR  .oju we snail b������ glad to tor ward copy ot    ������or    tiooa.nn.      tsoinmuiixa  ..bout Truuts, Trusteeu and Trust Companies." on-request.  .  MONEY TO LOAN ON  FARM PROPERTY AT CURRENT RATE*  OP INTEREST  He���������My dear, you spend too much  monoy In false hair. Look at your  puff n.  She���������And you spend too much ln  elgn.ru.       Look at your pulfB.  My Uttlo ,1-yonr-old camo into my  room ono morning proudly showing  that ho had put on and buttoned up  IiIh shoos for tho first tlmo.  An tho buttiuui wero on tho inside  or the foot, I said: nut, my doar, thoy  uro on tho wrong foot. Woll, with  a sigh, I haven't any other feot.  Weak Kidneys Don't Cures  **��������� TiiCiriS-lVtiS  Thny   ni-eil rmrli hMp an Nntura prnvldnn  in .���������xcelli'iit aid to impiiiruil kiiinoyn in  fiwuot nitro.    It in  on������ of the ciiriitivn  .ihi-iiUh  in  Dll.  CLAUK'B BWKKT  I.   IN I'l'UI'i 1*11.1.8 uml ih liiilpinl in Un  'CLEAIM-HAND3  A good :.!ory ;;. told or Dr. rttcsietr.  of Uu������ Ainiiallan I'ai'llament. During  a ii idui I o in I'lirllumnnt on somo oil ileal Ion (nioHilnii a member of tho Op-  . iii ,.,   ������, ,     ���������..ii.  -   ,...,.\if.,\    .....I i  ovolulnii'il   - I  Why, ur iliin vory moment, 1 have a  twin ml In my oyo, whore���������  Not ������|iiiio. Iniorruptod Dr.  Fitchott,  ,  ou!>  ouo  pupil, I Iwilli've.,  _l    _'"'1H*,*VfM������li*    ���������_*_.    m.'  nap com pan  ���������.IMI  MONT  t~^T^^ri_?Trsr'r"^'r  work by ttvo othor nplomlid m������tl>  " in������H.    TnUo   UH.    CLARK'S  8WE1-71'   NITHB 1MLI.S lit  oiipii -whoji, you   Jinvo  Initio  .Jiicli, piuiim  in   din jointn,  hikii" n Uiforn I lio eyim, f mquont  hemliiolici., mo.   Tlmy Iiolp you to lieslth  an���������,.k,!t'l' V������������������ woll..   Hold  ������vorywlinro  liity conU a box or umilad dlroot by  IHE MARTIN, I0LE A WYNNE 01.  Tntnupeir* o-mnu 4".  rjisrtr.  Economy  / Tho sorvlcoB in tho chapel of n cor-  taln wohUi'U unlverHlty are from time  to tlmo conducted by enilnont clergymen of many denominations and from  many cities.  On ono occanlon, when ono of thouo  visiting divines aidced tho prouldont  of tho unlvorslty how long ho should  upealr, that witty ollleer roplied:  Thoro hi no limit, doctor, upon tho  time you may preach; but I may toll  you taut thoro is a tradition hero that  the most, souls aro saved during tho  nr���������i i.wi"iu.y-jivo minuroH.  lOo ���������  I in. .    -,  rina'l !������������������_��������������� fool ���������/���������>������ ������Uh itlMf IwltAllo*  BHiJ'u UjjOBlOlNiT. anil llKHT M*HO  tlMCAHKll.    Will r*������aOf������ aruM* M4 tUbu  mt Ul ki_U.  Tuo Lady-���������8o you'ro roally ono ot  t\    ....1,..... .   Tho Loafer���������Vim. lldv. T'm wot thrv  call ono o' tho plonnorn o' the inovo-  mnnt. 1 wont .in ntrlko twouyt-thi'oe  y^urw ngo, lldy, and I ain't novor u*'vo>  hi y*it.  Not a Walter  Armed with gium mid huge gamo  hagu, tho two Irishmen, ualllod. forth  in uoarcU ol upoft. It; wub thoir  first vouture at shooting and thoy  woro d.oadfully Icoon.  Suddonty Canoy npottod Va, hj,r.d; and  taking ciroful aim, propK������*']|i'l'vio firo  tho fatal shot., Then Pat seized him  by the arm frantically.      '" ' '  For mercy's walco don't lire, Casoy,  ho yelled. Buro, an' yo'vo'forgotton  io iond y.iur giuil.  That's iiu may he, my lad, rotortort  ������-.-  I.... 41-,.       T        ,���������,,������������ Xlr.,.f.. I,  WA.MV._J , .... . .. .  *t . ...���������^.. ...  ^.^. H . . ������*.*  tho bird won't watt.  Maiulo was homo from d'rton.  .....      JUu,      .1.11.     AI...I1      111      JIL-l       IIIUIUUI,  nann mo mv dlmlnntIvo r\n*onii>nnm  truncated cone, convex on Hh summit,  and soml-porforatod with uym-metrla*  al Indentations? ,  trio wj* asking for h������r thlmblo.  ggjfH  ���������n ROAD TO NORTH SEA  _. .  COCHRANE   BELIEVES  ,     ' SON   BAY  IN      HUO-  t LOYD-GEORGE   MAY   VISIT  nvu i as.  Visits  the   North   and   Returns  With  First  Hand   Information���������Has  now  Hvety Faith in Practicability of tne  Undertaking, and  Will  Put  Energy  -   Into the  Work.  Ottawa ���������I have returned from the  ^���������Jorth' a convert to the Hudson Bay  Toute. if I.'needed conversion. I have  returned with every faith in, the  scheme; I, will shove this road "for  al! I'm worth.  Thus  spoke  Hon.  Frank  Cochrane  on h's return to his office from  his  trip' over   the   route   of  the   railroa^.  and home by the Bay Straits.  He- was In conference moRt of the  day with J. P. Gordon, assistant engineer of the road, and other experienced men'as regards . the terminals.  I see, said. Mr. Cochrane, that the  papers are saying1 Port Nelsonx has  been selected as the terminals.**'This  is not correct; I have not come to a  decision. The engineers are woik-  ing on the pros and cons of the route  and weighing* tbe advantage's and disadvantages of the two ports. I want  to be absolutely right in my decision.  I expect the answer of the engineers within a day or so and then_ there  will be a final announcement. **"  Jt is understood that Mr. Cochrane  found Port Churchill by far the best  natural route. It will take several  millions to make Nelson an up-to-date  terminal.  On the other hand the Nelson route  is eighty five miles snorter. This is  one thing the engineers are estimating, as to whether the' saving by the'  shorter route to Nelson overbalances  the extra harbor cost or not.  We intend to make this a good road  and make no mistake, said Mr.-Cochrane with emphasis. It will be a  splendidly built line; we have a four-  tenths' grade, we are using 801b rails  so you will see it is no poor line-  I believe that the Hudson Bay route  will jnean much to the West in the  way of lower freight rates.' It will  he a real leveller EastNaud West. Just  consider how much cheaper iron, steel,  and coal for instance, from Sydney,  could be shipped to the prairies. It  will be of the greatest advantage to  the East and I believe Eastern opposition is dying out.  We found the bay free from ice���������  Iti face the only ice we saw to amount  to anything was the bergs near Belle-  isle, where all the Atlantic steamers  encounter them.  The itj-aits s������*re very wide, and with  the aid of the wireless I believe can  he kept open for "Is, long period. -Wireless stations and other, aids to navi  gation will he established as* soon as  needed. The Government steamers  Arctic and Minto are under orders to  remain as long as possible "in the  straits to find out definitely how long  they are open. If the route was only  open two- months after the wheat of  the west started to move it would be  worth while, as you are as near Liverpool as from Halifax.  Saskatoon, which is about the centre of the wheat growing district, I  am told, is six hundred miles from  Nelson and nine, hundred or thereabouts from Port William.  At Port "William there is st'll fifteen hundred miles to go to reach  Montreal, while the ocean route to  England is about the same as from  Hudson Bay.  The insurance of course will be  higher for some years at least while  the season is short and it may be  hard to make ends meet In the race  first. However, I believe they will  shortly, in fact the will have to, if  .     at all possible he reduced.  Says He Will Take First Opportunity  of Visiting the States  London.'���������Replying to a deputation  of American-Welshmen who invited  him to attend the International Eisteddfod at Pittsburg next year. Chancellor of the - Exchequer Lloyd-  George said he had received many invitations to visit the United States  but of iate yeai������ he. had been ia.Va.bi  busy���������much biisier that some people  would like to see him. He certainly  meant to avail himself o* the first opportunity of paying thatsvislt. It  was, however, out of- the question to  a<ccept an invitation for the next  Fourth of July, but if there was a  possibility that a mofm convenient  day could be fixed, he would certainly take the matter Into consideration.  Nothing, said Mr. Lloyd-George,  would _'������ve him greater pleasure thfin  to talk in their own tongue to his  fellow countrymen in the great continent of America.  GREAT RAILWAY CHAIN  HUGE        RAILWAY     PROJECT     IN  CHINA IS ADVOCATED  Dr.  \  -   ��������� ������������������������ ��������� -  Typhoon'.": means  MONEY ORDERS IN THE YUKON  Post Office Department Re-Arrange  Maters so that Cost be Halved  Ottawa, Out.���������The Finance Department announces an important improvement in the conditions under  which business is transacted bet seen  the Yukor and other ports of Canada and the United States.  By an arrangement dating back to,  January 3, 1905, the cost of money  orders issued at post offices in the  Yukon, payable in Canada and the  United States was double that charged elsewhere in Canada. The post  office and Finance Department have  recently been looking into the matter aad have re-arranged^ the agreement witi the Canadian Bank of Commerce so that the business is done  on the same basis as that which prevails in other "parts of tbe country, no  special tolls being charged. Thus  the cost of' .these transactions has  been -ialved.  TOUR OF ENGLAND AND FRANCE  The "Presse'' of Montreal  Commends  such a trip for Canadian Business  Met.  Montreal.���������The Presse editorially  commends the scheme of the Chambre  De Commerce to organise a tour of  England and France by Canadian business men representing air chambers  of commerce throughout the Dominion.  The idea, says The Presse,-is easy  ol realization. We ai a convinced  every chimber of commerce throughout Can Ida will De glad to aid in  the perfecting of such a scheme.  To a body of business men thus  brought together the Government itself would, we feel sure, be happy to  accord the sanction of its authority.  Yat  Set,   Ras a   Pregessive  for   th*   Modernization  of China���������Coicssglona te be  Given  to   Foreigners,   and   Country   to   be  Opened xo Foreign Enterprise.  s Pekin.���������The project    for a      great  scheme  for  Chinese  railways,  which  l...l^n       Al������,������        4A'.n.M.I       -1. -.������       S���������        Tit- C.,-,  uuiua uio ui ciiiOot place in mjv. sun  Yat* Sen's programme for the modernization of China, has commanded the  support of the Pekin Government and  it may involve a great -.extension of  the privileges of foreigners in the  country, and the possibilities of an  immense increase in Chinese foreign i  trade.  .The Government has authorized Dr.  Sun Yat Sen, who was formerly pro-  visiopal president of the Republic to  establish a railway corporation tc- carry out a system of national railways  covering territory 70,000 miles in extent.  Mixed Chinese and foreign compan-  i������3 will be granted concessions  throughout China proper, for periods:  of 40 years, after which time the lines  are id i evert to China. x  Similar concessions are to be given  to foreigners foi the intermediate dis-:  tricts, but the railroads in the frontier-  provinces will be under exclusively  Chinese control and will be financed  through foreign loans apart from the  other railways.  Dr. Sen's proposals are to open the  whole bt China to foreign enterprise;  but to make foreigners amenable to  Chinese laws, for which special courts;  ure to be established.  The Government _as not sanctioned the last feature of the projects.'  but Dr. Sen fully, expects they will  approve.  The French, Carman and American;  banks will participate with Lloyd's  Bank, in the new loans to China of  $50,000,000 the agreement for which  recently was signed.  ,j     The terms 6i this agreement include.  klAAA..        IAEA , 4.1_        . Alt?  Minions  andpestitute as Crops are Ruined  Shanghai,���������That , the number of  deaths: in the- typhoon which "swept  Cheklang Province, August 29, was  nearer 75,000 than 40,0i)0, as first reported ifs?. indicated by messages-''.re-,  delved; Irom Hankow, the provincial  capital.-?. -YY.Y Y'Y- ��������� ?���������'-'--.;,;���������  ,. The number of homeless and desti- _  tute,; it .is stated, I'un into minions;  unless aid is immediately forthcoming;  hu_d**ede?o������.'ih.biiR-hds will die of starvation. ?.''���������' Y'���������'��������� ?���������?. **������������������������������������.��������� . ���������'.;.'.- ���������.  L_cai relief'Committees are doing  their best to relieve the situation, but  the magnitude?oi the disaster has  swamped them. Y  been :; averaging    about   15    degrees  higher than at this time a year ago  Homeless   has along with   the.   superabundance  The government lacks funds.  of rain, produced. &tn������osphej,ic and soli  conditions 'which while not preventing  the maturing graih from ripening,  have., laid down a good deal- of the  uncut unmatured grain,. delayed s cutting and the 'subseniient work of  stacking and threshing, and is now in  danger ofYia.usiag daimage by sprouting the grain standing In stooks. The  -weather during the latter part of August. *ud up ,to this date has been dis-  ?tinctiy unreasonable. The rains and  thunderstorms and high temperature  have been such as would be called'  seasonable in June and first, half .of  July ? The trees which should be,*_e-  ginning to change to autumn tints  are still luxuriantly green, and lawns  NATIVES  TO  VOTE  Grain Elevator Syndicate  Toronto.���������-Inquiry at the Toronto  office of the Royal Securities Company regarding the purchase of 80  grain elevators" in' the west by Sir  Max Aitken and R. B.^Bennett M.P.  for Caljrary, elicited the fact that Sir  Max's trip to the West was taking with  the~ expressed intention of putting  this deal through.  The .capacity ot the elevators just  purchase-i is three million bushels.  It is the intention of th*? new company ,to ship  their  cargoes  by  way L  of the Pacific and through the Panama Canal.  the   starting   of   a   ban  head office in London, with a promin  ent English financier as chairman o!  the board of directors, and a subord-'  -inate board at Pekin.  The bank is to be capitalized at  ?10,0C0 000, half of which will be subscribed by Chinese.  President Yuan Shi KaJ proposes to  give Dr. Yat Sen 30,000 taeis ($20.-;  000) monthly to promote his scheme  of railways throughout China, and the  i-rovim-ia! Assembly is expected to  agree to this.  Dr. Sen proposes to borrow abroad  giving the railways as security until  the profit's will nay the loans, whereupon the lines will become Govern-:  ment property.   -  This Is considered a ��������� clever political move, for while many sections of  the country distrust Yuan Shi Kai:  recognizing only his capability, Dr.  Sun Yat Sen is^a popular hero, who  is most likely to persuade tbe National Assembly to accept foreign rail-:  ways, which wa' the cause of revolution.  Several'foreign:'missionaries are reported^ to have drowned.  The. catastrophe's   suddeness   was  appalling... ���������:���������"���������"���������'������������������?���������':v-;.:.; v.-  The storarbegan early in the morpr'1  ing aiid during the forenoon the wind:  attained, Hurricane violence.  About; time for high tide there  came a sudden torrential' downpour  of rain, ?which overflooded numerous  streams?emptying into the Yellow  sea  along the Checklang coast.  With rivers already oyer their shah  low banks? the incoming tide rushed  tip their" estuaries to an unprecented  height.,;,- .- .'.������������������,'���������'-���������?  The water rose* faster than.-a man  could run and almost in an instant  all the coast towns were inundated.  Then it receded with a rush',?'Carrying several towns with all their inhabitants with it, leaving scarcely a  trace of them behind. Y  Wenchow, with a population of  80,000, 'among the cities is practically obliterated.  Of Chu Chow and Tsin Tien little  remain's and __gf Koeno nothing it left  whatever.  Chekiang is. the smallest, but one  of the most thickly populated provinces in China. /'"  It has nearly 127,000,000 inhabitants. Along the coast, very low and  fiat and gridironed by an immense  number of canals and rivers the  most intensive culture of its fapsi  is (necessary to support the people,  and^the destruction by the flood of  thousands of acres of crops inevitably  means an enormous loss of life by  famine;-:;  SliMgbai and Hangchow, two of the  most Tmjforiant cities in Eastern China  also suffered:'' considerably by the typhoon.  ''and.grass fields are,as green as on������  looks for them to be in June.    After  LESSON     Xfi?-^TH IRD  ?FOR  SEPT  ">���������*" t '.'��������� A * i^*&**:rm!-:. ~:^'-?:  ������������������< *u /vrv Si & .**.^""^  22,;19'*l2?-;|g||g|  Text of the Lesson? Marie  Merrorv     Verses.     41.  '3b-4-������Iii  .-.v.:y.  'AZmm. Go'derY'SSsSJ  ���������t_ ������������������������������������:-���������-     ���������    -.���������������������������������������������--.������������������ :.^'.-.:~'V~i--:mc^t  \:.;-*Texti'r_.:: Joh.n:?.;Vr.'.-:35--Commer;ta!^YB^S  .;,: Prepared by'':Rey?,Ds."M ??Steari.)5.Yllll If  .' The -Wcrds?df:;v.e^3e?'.'30 :v-*ire"??:^Srt?^|li!  practical and remind us -of our?%reaii^iPlL._  privilege," pt?te.JlJng';an:t^  .teach -to Jesus,'-', receiving '?'-our.^jbaes^'%0;g^'  .sages 'from, Hi_i ahd-/trustihg::-:Hiai?-l^|f|  work in us to Will andtd do of Hlis^P  good pleasure.      It is, thev^ld iessbii>|S  of  Prov, iii, 6,  "In all' thy ways a:cVK|  knowledge Him, and  He shall dirtect������fe? ,  thy paths," and thfe he* one: 6_ Pail?0?l:  iv   6, 7.      There is nothing ?li_6 ��������� ..ti ..".'ti.ti.ti  last-year's experience, however, when������l *n������ i*- over with Him both ^h#fb^ audlfSf  the weather from August to Decern-1 after.      "1   am   always   reminded -byMB  ber was the worst for maturing and -this  verse .in  our .lessonti'bt'���������'���������aYHtU#!*p.  book  entitled  ''TenJesiia.'*-hvVAiii.^^S!  ~by?;Anha:!'';;i  "Tell Jesus,'  S.������*pton. .������������������������������������ .- ...:��������� YY'        The words ''No leisure so much as Kit  to eat" (verse 31) give us some ideaY;^|  of His day by day busy, eroW^ded^fuliY'Y  life, for others, seven days a. week;Yjlj  even on the Sabbath day (Mark :!.,?ti"  21-31; MatL xii 12; John ix?4?^iii^  for he taught that it ia lawful-to|do%^l  well .on --tha.tYd.ay,: ''al-0.?-:v;O^rYd%^!||l  works or words are not l^ful?oh?thai_il������Jr  saving the/crops over Western Can-/  ada which we   had    seen    iu   nearly  thirty years, and after aii had at least  180,000?000 bus. of wheat of one grade  and another/we think there is no fear  but that put' of this year's crop  we  will produce quite as much grain, and  of much higher average quality than  the farmer and his family, who after  ���������the hard I work of "starting the crop,  and having their hopes raised throughout a fairly favorable growing season?day (Isa. lvil, 13, 14),-.neiajer^dp;:^h'-WISI.  (with    the   exception    of? the   shortf count at any time.     "Come apatt?a^?|||  drought and, hot    weather   scare    in   rest awhile" does sound refr������?shin&t<t>?p|j  June)    are plunged in the worry and! a  weary" one, but we'''sfiall'..'':'seie'.--"l������o^fMl  they rested. When the people khewslsl  tbat He had started "across the'sei&0?|  they ran afoot out of all cities aiiidfiY;  outwent them, and when Jesns?-"'caMo|M;  He"saw much, people" and; was,;*3*.dv^[|ii  with compassion-aiid received Ythempl  and,- as .was-his"custom?:>spake'::Uh't(^||||  Ahem of the kingdom of^ God:'and fceajSaiafi  ed them that had need of healing!?!  (verses 33, 34; Luk_ ix, 11).: Msyihs^?!  mention of the kingdomalwaysYtea.d$r  us from the heart' :to -.say- '"Thy?feing?������:..A,'  dom come, Tay will be ���������'d6ne?.in--:'e_rtii:M  as it is in heaven" (Matt. ;vi^id>Y:&i*"? '  ���������*}.Y*r������r������cif     ll^ri./^'o-a'T^^''*'    V\������*������f-     *���������������__  *ri*XM.ix*&lt       1 IXl jj\* *?&*****?       4-CC1.M      '"'  pense of securing the crop   now that  it has come to satisfactory maturity;  A  spell  of cool;. weather,   even   with  some  sharp  night  frosts  would,   we  think, be generally welcomed     if   it;  would Yonly   settle  the   weather,  and  bring a period of dry and. bracing conditions which .would    allow    harvest  and threshing work to go ahead.     In  regard; to the market situation while  tho-old crop supplies "have been worked down, to a very low point, resulting   in? the   prices   being   kept   very  high, the anticipated large production  of this years'    crop in    the    United  States, Canada and Russia has caused  a very pronounced bearish speeula+ite  sen timent in regard to the values ci  the new crops, and prices for fu'.urei  delivery months" are _. at a very large  discernt from cash wheat for immri  iate  delivery.       This  difference  will  gradually ;adjust itself as the day?? g--*.  by a.nd supplies-of ne.w wheat beYmiY  larger.       The  unseasonable .'.weather-  over Amerie-t   and in  a less  d sgi^e  in Western Europe,    has    Si-wed?  ro  check the^downward *trend of^futures  but'in aptie of this prices in The various  speculative   markets    lia.Y">    de-  Alohg  Russian  Marines  Arrested  'London.���������Four hundred men attach-.-           __  ed to", the Battleship loann Zlatoust j ciined-^2c - to 4c~* oii the "week ^^^  and the protected?cruisers Kagul and;] wit,h this* decline there is seen a large  "    --       Merkuria,   of   the   Russian, increase in the commercial    demand.  Pamyat  .Black Sea .fleet: have been arrested  ,at Sebastopbl aocordlhg to an Odessa dispatch tp��������� the Standard. Captain Shiibin, one ?6f. those taken into  custody attempted suicide. Many petty  officers are included among *the prisoners.. A-:" ??���������"���������-?"-���������  Arrests continue in connection with  the arrests' on .warships and" the private quarters of officers ashore are being systematicaiiy searched.  The. unfortunate weather ; in western  less than that ^wni-'-znot'-.^-'^'yiia-'^ngrl-i^i  dom of God.      John.. ,teilsYu.^A:tj&^iitS^i  was Passover::time'--ia^--i^i*;i^'sii^  ;gests 'a' phase .'Of ;th@^kingdpm_Y'^?^kl?]^^B  the. l_st'..Pa_sover "3WsUs^a!idi.'f!'fifT^i;|g-^s  ntft   any   more   eat   therebfY'i*^l?|ii;SftI  he fulfilled in the kingdom bft;^^f5||i  (Lu'ke-?xxii,' 16). .y 'i^at?^ili?be?t|^|^  time of Israel's restoration at the?lJ^:?:||  ������lG_iB_   Q'*l"   *'b'a   Tnlllonninl   Trimtrrtrvin.������������������ s-*/!i'%!  ,D������������������--'D   ���������_"..,.���������-?.���������,, -~r-.~r-r^-.   i----TO���������~-~' '."y3;;;f>5!  As the day began to wear a^ay th$|vi  disciples came? to. Jesus,Yasking; Hi^?j?  to send the muititudes''-;away'-tliat;ilj%Yf:.|  might buy themselves' bread; YMdviS;??  their -astonishment, Be "?said ?!??^he3,-S_  need:'hdt'- depart; ?    Give ?ye -.:tbem:;St&?Sv|  ;eiat'���������"'"..' '��������� .ft'o-... prove:: Philli^?v.He:?r'^sfi^^si  him  "Whence shall we ���������b^:bread:tl^|tYYr  these may eat?". For He Hims^f^l^ni^wjll  what   He   would', do,: a^ ' He?:ft)way-:?ii  does, for He is perfect in^;knowledJi|;?:?  has delayed the movement of | and   every   purpose  of His :shall   h^t  wheat from farmer to milJer, so that   per_ormed  (John vi? 5? fr;  Jbb^^I,S  a considerable extra demand for for-   4.  jer. ii   29).      Philip might ^\y;i_i|lMS'.  eign: wheat has respited    which has   halve replied, Lord, ? Thou" khewesiL^&?  led to increase purchases for immed-j Thou dids't Seed ma.ny thousaihds ti)titi������  the   wilderness   for  forty -ytarsYaiid^;  \  One of India's Rulers Will Try Interesting   Experiment    ,  London.���������:���������That the 500,000 native's  who form the* population of the Indian state of Jhalawar are to\ have a  chance of trying constitutional government is due largely to their ruler's  desire for a new sensation. The  Maharaja of Jhalawar, la an enlightened despot who is allowed a,pretty  free hand by the British authorities.  and while in London ho amused himself by looking into the constitutional system. He was tickled to death  by British parliamentary methods and  immediately decided to experimoni. uu  his own account. Like a cautious  despot, however, he isn't going to allow his s.ibjeots too much freedom all  at once and ho does not. figure on  giving votes to more than about five  thousand of his most trustworthy men  just yet.  ALASKAN   BOUNDARY  SURVEY  Party   Reach   Dawoon  After   Marking  ' -Line Between Yukon nnd, Alaska  Dawson.���������Tho International Boundary survey .party, which has been  miirl'lng tho lino between Alaska and  Yukon Torrltory, arrived here roeopt-  ly, having completed the tusk of ai'ir-  voying the ,142nd pioiidlaii from the  Pnnlflc   to' the  Arctic  Ocean.; ,  At the north end of the line a  broilko monument wan placed just out  of reach of. the highest wavou nnd  ���������tmnller monnmnntrt were si������t nvi>vy  throe miloB along tho lino.  Geologists accouipunlod the expedition and made a comploto survey.  QUEEN   ALEXANDRA   TO   RUSSIA  Her (vl������je������,ty Will be Guo������t of Uin-  pre������������ Marie Thin Winter  London,,-���������Queen Alexandria will  ���������spend several weeks in ItuBbla thin  coming wlntor. Hor Majesty will bo  tho guopt of tho Emprons Marie at  tho cnntle of Gi^lchlnii, an interesting  and i)lcl.Uiu4ii|Uo Imperial residence.  ���������The Quoen-Downgor mtty44yiir*lt tho Knl-  norm at Potsdam next month.  Alberta Lumber Merger  Lethbridge.���������One of the biggest  deals which has been consumated  this year, affecting the lumber business in southern Alberta was closed  when the Farmers' Lumber Company  sold out its outside yards to the Cit-  zens' and Pioneer Lumber Companies, which are now practically merged, with their head''dfflces here.  Ten yards, are affected, those sold"  are' at Grassy Lake, Purple Springs,  Winnifred Whltla, Milk River,. New  Dayton, Magrath, Diamond City, Taber" and Burdett. -"The Lethbridge  yard is retained by the Farmers'  Lumber. Co. No figures as to the  amount of money involved In the deal  have beefi made public?      ������- "  Sir Thomas Lipton to Visit ^eet  Toronto.���������The. Mall, and Empire  gaya:-- Sir, Thomas Lipton .has- nt  last definitely decided, to visit-, Canada. He will be in Toronto and other Canadian cities some time during  October. The detail- of his Itinerary have not been completed but will  bo known before long. He' Is'leaving near the end of September, with  the object ot taking, a .pleasure trip  through the United States und Can-  mln, especially tho north-westorp por-  lluu of the Dominion. He intended  to take this trip when he was In  America ln 11)09 but was prevented  from so doing. . Ho 'Intends, this  time to go as far tho Pacific Coast.  KING AND QUEEN OF NORWAY. AND PRINCE OLAF  BEAUTIFYING   OTTAWA   CITY  ,T  Immigrants for l-iaherlea  Vancouver.���������fllr   George   Doughty,  .1. Ir,~    Imi  will;   iirt.1-.   1,>,._.. 11.u.   ....,,.  eats ln tho Queen CharlotU Islands  and other northern polntB, before  liMivlnir here  for EnRlnnd  today, de-  Lloyd's Gives China Loan  London* 7-An agreement for ������ loan  to China for $50,000 000 at 5 per cont.  for forty yeare, Was signed August  30, by tho Chinese minister and ropre-  wentntlver* of Ijloyd's Bank. , The loan  ln nocured upon unpledged revenue,  chlofly the salt duty, If Is to bo free  of control and supervision,, which  proved an ob������/r*ele to. the loan by  the.six nation group. The,salt duty  however Is to*, be controlled..by the  British Inspoctor-gonoral ot customs,  In euse of default,  Weiidol! Jackson,' n,n American, Ib  mild to havo arranged tho agreement.  It is v������>numd('d lu soiui) ({luirU'i- iliut  thn Qhlnese Pilnlster was without tho  po\v(or to sign Ihe nKrooment.  Haw it Affeots Canada  Montronl.���������-The department of public . works will shortly. Issue a report,  on the probable effect on Canadian  transcontinental traffic, particularly  as rogardH grain, on tho opening of  the Panama canal. It will be stated  that whoat goniK HiroiiK'i tbe '������������������umi  and coming In contact with the bent  Sir Thoma-,8 Mawaon Makes Some  ' Suggestions to Premier Borden  Ottawa.���������Sir Thomas Muwson, the  celebrated English landscape architect-.who is in Ottawa, on, route ��������� to  Vancouver, for which city he has  drafted a scheme of natural developments had a confei-ence with Premier  Borden In regard to the Government  plans to further beautify the Capital,  it Is understood that. Mr. Muwson  mado some auggoatlons which would  improve the plniis of beautifying'outlined by, the existing improvement  Commission.  Mr. MawHon declined to discuss tho  report: tho he Ih MUoly to tin engaged  by the Government, to carry on tho  work for the present. Government.  THE MARKET REPORT  Weekly Grain Letter Supplied by  Thompson, Sons *. Co-, Grain Merchants, Winnipeg.  No Joke About It  London.���������The Times, In an editorial this morning declares that the Idea  advanood by some American paporn  that the" British Panama protest: is  not mount noiioiiuly ���������, i������ erroneous.  The 'i'luii'b add';.*  Great Britain has no In tout Ion of  allowing her treaty rlghtH to go by  default, hut. will assort thorn by all  the diplomatic moann at. her disposal  and If these fall, alio will demriiid  rrbitratlo'i at Tho Hague.  Naval Triple Alliance  London.���������The D,illy Graphic nags.  t.HMIH     I illll,     (il.l    ,Jl:>4.i..U.;i     (jf    ^'''.''jC'     li,  concentralo hor licet ln tho Modlter-  ������������,.,���������  i.'Hi  iiu.viidhiv h������. ..vib.M'i'iii-..i|   In    inH..I.U. l.-tV-iif.  hM'i'thr1:- with  Wncland''!  virtual dmiorUoii of the Mediterranean  in favor of tho North Sea, is tho corollary  of  tho    recent    Uunno-Prenc.li  c'.nred  that tho CauaUiuii _ovoianient 1 louu-i   w-cvim.       i'ui   ihA.������.;   .,..,.������.,...,   ....',;.!    :*..*,rr.'r-:'.:*:*.������,    ������"'*    "������������������ihi*.,***,,.    ���������  ������������������u-uld uu ���������wa..aL'..'...^ tw,v.;;iM "-.Ir.oi::^   r-V'rr'"' "'"��������� hf% "������*vl������#.fl tn th-Mi- own Inraotlcal   undi-rMtaiidlnK   for   a   naval  that latitude wili.be liable to what is  technically known uh sweating and  conditions  will  ho  created  that   will  Winnipeg, Sept. 4.���������During tho pnst  week there has boen no Improvement  In^tho character of the weathor ovor  the spring wheat country of the  United States and Western Canada.  Days or bright sunshine and drying  tireozes have alternated with downpours of rain. In South Dakota and  Minnesota threshing and movement. Is  being delayed and whoro grain Is  Htandlng ln the lloldH In stooks the  alternate soaking and drying Js dam-  using the quality. Iu tho north anil  I west parts of North Dakota milch of  tho crop Is still uncut and where cut,  mid ready to thresh Is being delayed  und ta some 1 :.tent doproolated by tho  rains. In the province of Manitoba.  'Saskatchewan, and Alberta the situation Is really discouraging. Wo huvo  0110 of tho finest crops on the ground  ever raised In western Canada, taking  yield ami (jni'lMy to������r'-*tber, inn probably not mora than 50 to B5 per cont.  of It Ik cut yet. It Ik practically all  fully matured, very dlfforent from last  "���������year's crop nt thla time vast quantl-  ties of which were never matured but;  perished by the co-Id rains and fronty  nlghti* during August, and Uuui later  on conld not be IuiiwuhIihI owing lo  conUiiiii'd ruins and In ifomo plncoa  snow, the same being moHt unfavorable for fr������vl������)|������ 'i������ul Dici.mIiIiiii' tin.  grain that was cut, and y������������t for all thnt  th������������ w.'Mt U11 n������'il_ mil within t,li.*i tw������������|v������������-  month!* a tronumuous quality 01 wiieur  of one grade and another, all of which  Iiuh Hi'<-iiiliij*ly helm uaed 111>. Thin  oi.r,..nii nn to thn iirt-r-mnt time, front  which It* always watcbed for lu Auk-  iate, export  froni the   United  ."States'  and Russia, and _U.S?,flour trade is  enjoying a great   increase   in -trade  the grinding by/Minneapolis mi^s being only limited, by  the  slow  movement towards them of the new crop.  Ocean   freight   cohitinues   tp ? adyance  which in a measure handicaps export  trade in the meantime.     .There has  been very little  change  in the position of visible Stocks    and    supplies  over the week, but with a free movement of the new crop these will soon  begin   to   increase.      Favorable   soil  conditions   await   the   preparing -tor  and seeding'of the new winter crop in  the U.S. and the latest report about  the  growing  crops  in  Australia  and  the Argentine are entirely favorable.  Our Winnipeg market hUs not been  so active during the   past: week,   although there has been a good demand  for all grades of old wheat aad there  is about lc. advance on these from a  week ago.      There is, however, very  little of this old wheat left that is fit  t\ir  the   miller.      The  total  quantity  of all grades in store terminal elevators is 2 511,000 bus.,    but    Of    thiB  1,737,000  bus.  is under No.   6, a lot  of it being condemned bin burnt stuff  hardly lit. for hog feed.     The ltpmaln-  der amounting to about 774.000 bus.  is made up of 60,000 bus. 1 Nor.; 118,-  000 bus. 2 Nor.; 242,000 bus.  3 Nor.;  1G9.000 bus. No. 4 wheat and 183,000  bus.  No.   5.      For several days past  only about 10 cars of   good    milling  wheat p������r day huvo been .Inspected at  Winn'y/eg.      Up to and Including today only 22 cai-B of, new wheat have  been lnf*n������*tpd. 17 of    them    Alberta  Red Winter and    F-    Spring    Whoat.  Last year at this time new wheat was  arriving at Winnipeg at the  rate  of  over 100 caif it day.      Prices how paid  or offered in this market for old crop  and? now crop show a wide difference.  To-dny's   cash   prices  ur<*  as  follows  Old Wheat 1 Northern, lOn'Me; 2 Nor.  104c;  3 Nob..  !>7c;   No. 4 wheat, 87c;  No.   B,  74%c;   No.   6.    04VjC;     Peed,  58%-c.    Now   wheat  1   Nor.,   100c;' 2  Nor.,  97-/Sic;   3  Nor.  DRc.    No lower  grades of tho new wheat than .1 Nor.  are mentioned  yet,  so  much *foi"N**,b-  sence of frost.      Alberta Tlo������l Winter  Whoiit now crop No. 1. 0������c;    No.    i,  ORc; No. .1, 02c.      Futures closed Oc-N  taber fti%c; December, 88% &M aud  Mnv OHe.  Oats���������  The demand for oats continues  good/and o&>tho quantity of old orcn  oat-H loft of the higher gnules is very  small prices continue high. To-day's  cuhIi picIchh anv: 2 C. VV., 411c; ',\ C.W.  41%-a; Ex. 1 Peed. 42V(.c; 1 Feed.  4'lMsC; 2 Feed, .17c. Futures closed  October 3B%c; December 3.1c.  Barley���������  Tlioro is nothing doing In buiiey.  Flax���������  Thore la a fair demand for flax al  about 4c. decline. To-day'8 -cash  prices are I N.W., ICOc; 1 Man.  1(54c; Rojnct^d, 15Bc. Tho Octobor  futnve eloHed lfllc,  All piicoo arc on bnnla of delivery  Ml i.iii'es quoted are on ihih.h 11  delivery In store Fort William, Port  Arthur and Duluth.  there  is  nothing  too  hard  for? ThelB>:  -.(Jer. xxxii, 17)? ? :But.:::lPhi^-?:i*;h^rfe  neither his Lord nor, himselfc ahdYeijiyY  the night -before the erh<*tflxioii; .Jeqiiiclj  hadYoccasion zio  say to ::hiii^^''^[^^������'  1: heeh;sip long time withYyou'and^tg?  hast  thau? hot. known ; hie? i^hilip^siS.  (J<>hn:*4xiY' 9)i     Philip's?rep^y ilhi dtiir(;Ii  lesson story?(John yi,-.-,-7y,.;:shows^tl^*iv|?|  he was capable?o������h^  some mentalYflguring? but^to him sf^eiS^B  case :wa^':hp^less?'?.:.'Y.?' ?j"^'^y"::^?:^^8HI  ��������� ; Andrew,    Simpii? Peter's^ :?brothej*>YIM'  'somehdw .found?:put::that?tlie"t^;:^*^^[^  lad in the company -whb.-hk^-'iiy^iiAa^isJ  ley���������* loaves and: two small fli^es;;%ia1ft���������  he ventured��������� ��������� to ���������mehtioh' it:--"bhit':;^li|i?s  ho hope that they^woWd'-^-of^n^Bfe^^l  vice among so many; (John ?Vi r8??jT)^:|  Jesus said, "Bring them htflier tb;M-4''^  just as He said concerning the lunat;}^  ���������boy at the foot of the mount oi: tra^a?  figuration, "Bring him hither to Imeit"''j  (Mat., xiv, 18< xvti ��������� 17). The unfaUi?  Ing remedy for every trouble iSj-Tell'���������"!  It to Jesus, Bring it to Je^us>;fdi'?Hfli:?  said. "Come uirtoMe, all ye that-la-.?  bor and are heavy laden and. I :wUi|  give you  rest."      Having made  tiitf:'  multitude sit down in  companies*''by  hundreds and fifties    oh    the    gteeii  grass (verses 39   40).   ''He-tbbk*'thi$?.  loa,'ves and the fishes aiid looked u^j.  to heaven and gave thanks, blessing ���������  tho food, and then gave lt to the dis'  ciples to pass on to the multitudes*?  There would be at least ilfty compaiil?  les of a hundred each or a huxulretT  companies of fifty each, so the' dl'50j{  ples, had enough to do to make thenii'  forget  themselves for .-i  while?     Wo 1  might like to know how He could <3,i<t  vide llvo loaves and tWo ,small Hslprj.ii.  among twelve disciples and how much  oaeh had 1.0 start* with and Just, ho-y,  the  food   multiplied  as  they gave  it  ont but we are not told and so must.  leave It.      We nro told that thoy dldt  all oat.  and   were  tilled.      5,000  men  rnsii  besides   women    and    children;  (Matt,  xiv,   21).*     And   that  twelve*  baskets   full  of  the   fragments  wbreif  gathered up when all was over.    ..jv  little later ho fed 4,000 men with Bev-  on loaves aud a fow little fishes ijftRdi  they wero filled and oeven bauketsi of.'  fragments gathered up (Matt, xv, 32*''  38;   Mark viii,  I, !)).   Yet \aoo.l. after:  whon crossing  the sea  with Hlr." did  clph'ii   th'������y   bad   only  ono   lo'/if  with  them,   they  thought,  from _somothlng};  He naid that lie vvas upbraiding thorn"  for forgetting tb toko broad   seeming*.!  ly forgetting the miraculous supply .djf  tbo two great recent events (Mark viii  13-21).  That which a Uttlo boy posBOSfled  was used 011. this occasion lo abund*  antly nutlnVy more than fi.000 people. Tf \v" m-o ������>��������� udnTApuorvr.dly  in I Us hands as wore the lad's loaven  and fishe*. He will use uh beyond out  utmost thought. ������������������'���������  W  Mothodlgmj  from    thM  W.tr Me.d-11 forlvUnl-iter  I'nriH . ��������� ivi.   inini'iimii,  uu.  iiiiiuiviit  of war.iai'   prenent^d , the   Friipoo-  Prussian war medal,    tbe    liume    ot  which wnn authorlMKl somo time aRo,  t(>     M,     I.IHIU    liOltriM'OlM,     lUllllUlOl     01  1   Iii a cla*io of Immlgranta  that could I Inlnresta  to  continue  shipping   tbelr I triple    alllancti    between      England, I uat   i������������i������* i������.;HiA.i������."i> u������������u uniu-u .������.. ..uu 1 ,4ha4,.i, .,������.;.*.. v. ;.o ;;4.*.������:.: .-.r. r. 1? yra:  h* used In tho floherJoa A grain by northern water rontifts       ������     i Franco und HubhU | Ui  efaft   tbat, the   tumperaiiire, hns j^old volunteer In the garde ttatloimle.  An  Appeal'to  Canadian  Toronto.���������An     appeal  Mi'lliu'JIiit  conferences  of jSaslcatchc1?  war v*d Alboi'ta  for 10(1 young men  to cTirer the mlnlHtry und llll exlatlpg  vncanclca Ih published In the current  liuuicti ol  Die I'luiHiiaii Mini I'd Hin^uni  is clmracteii'.'.ed    editorially    by    the|  llll.ll.ll..,.      ���������..,     ������#..������w       .....w..       ..11.       l-ViiL      Ltl\*  Motho'li'ini .pf thin ,qou������try **��������� it- ban  nut lifii tenied ln many dnyn. Th*������!  appeal   Ih  ulgned  by  John  A.  Doy,**,  JJl C/lllJllIll tfl .4*15 .J.A^i... ti.411-M .1,1 i;U4������(Cv**������  J*'"",      *'"������������������      " '' 1������4������������.l������������l>      '(���������'..���������M^V.*      A'  th������* Alberta couferoncc.  i  mmm  tss.  wm  mmmmW  mm  MBBmWM  ^.^"^.^^^^^^,���������^^.^^4^'^ m*J**\  m  m  SSI We wiii ffitre ene'is&x ofsfoeiis Free for .every tie*  feciiwe sheii returned so ������*s?������  ���������TB  eston  ._.   i  BILLIARDS AND POOL, HOT OR COLD  BATHS, CIGARS, CIGARETTES AND  CONFECTIONS. RAZORS     GROUND  AND SET.  SAMHATFIELD/ProD.  Church Notices  {^"HvriAm&s usu; wimuui  nut tsy.*������ wt*������sc^i_e       -  Confined to His Home for Weeks,  "Hea-?y -work, severe straioin*? acd evil habits ia youth, brougiit- on  "Varicose Veins.    When I ���������worked Jbaixi Use acluK.c would beoome   i  severe and I was of tea laid up for a \rce_ at a ti:;*o- ' My f__i!y  physician told me an operation -was my caJy hope���������**.���������������.*������������������ I cirer.deii it.  *��������� tried several specialists, buc soon found out uii the v v.-aa;.cv.l xras my  XUUXlt-y.       X CVIAlAAlCAAliClA. AAJ, Al/^-AA   U^A/U OU UW.W.4.U    _v*.*0.    ^^.v������>^.      %_um.       j  . rognea. One day my bossasied c? whv I v.aso'J -workso ranch, and  _| I told him my condition, Headvist- ne to cocst-*; _ rs. Kennedy Jt  ���������J Kennedy, aa ne had taken treatment from thesx -Itself and -liew  /., they were square and ski���������Cut   I t.toiq tlic~x aad cot Tee Xett   M&.uVtf *aaa.^w..      "..-   j���������  -c-^S���������   --��������� ���������    r.-..i'- --.���������^A    iiV-~     ������_-���������.*-    "-! '-*������������������ '"*������      ]  the first month's treatment I ���������n-assor?.(?what discouraged.   Ho-n-eter,   i  I continued treatment for three months longer aad "was rewarded  i  \rtth a complete cure.   I cou!d only earn Sl^ a -sreek in a machine  K shot* before treatment, now-1 smearna? ������21 and sever loose a day.  I wish all sufferers knew of your valuable treatra^tst.    ��������� HES3.YC. LOCUST.  MAS YOUR  BLOOD  BEE__   DgSEASED.  BLOOD -OXS0NS are the most -prevalent and most serious diseases. They sap tbe  ���������very lite Wood of the victim and u_les3 entirely cracicated frc-n tl>? system, will catisg  geriouscoiapncatiot's. Beware o������ Mercary, it ma-v suo������i-ess the s;.rnp:ocas���������our 2vEW  METHOD cures all blood diseases.  YOuKi* OB KEDDLE AGED SEEN.���������-Imprudent acts or later excesses nave orofcen  down your system. You feel the symptoms sieclir.'j over vou. Xentady, fhj-sicaliy and  vitally you are not the man you used to be or should be. Win you heed the danger signals?  Has  3IETH0D  Cocaultation   ._     _. _ . . . afCbarg'9.  SfiC-S _ fss���������"Boyhood, Manhood, Fatherhood."   (Illustrated) on Liseases of ilea.  NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT. PRIVATE. No ������_m������* on  DOX_i_>r envelopes. Evoi-yi.i'ng Confidc.-.ticd. Qacsiiss List s_d Cost cf Tr-?������tine_t  iWlEfiFOR HOME TREATMENT.  BBaf BV������������ B������Bb-I  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold St., Detroit, Mich.  All letters from Canada must "be addressed  to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  If you desire to  ___  ment in Windsor, Out.  see lis personally call at our Medical Institute iu Detroit as we see and treat  no paUente in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters as follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Ont.  .Write for ear "private oddresti.  METHODIST CHURCH  Services will be held every Sunday as  follows:  Morning        -   " -   .    '11:00 a.m.  Evening   - - -      7:30. p. m.  Sabbath School 2:20 p. in.  You are welcome to   tarry with us.  Fred ._. Carpenter  Pastor  PRESBYTERIAN   CtlUUOH  ' Sei'vice ��������� every  Sunday   at   11 a.m.  and 7:30 p. m.  Sabbath School at 2:30 p. m.  Adult Bible Class at close of even  intr service.  \Y\ ft, B_AKE  Minisy^r  Water Notice  Fok A Lickxceto Take and  Usk  Water, ,,  NOTICE is hereby given that Egbert  i_.Hiis Tom .Taylor of Creston B.  C,  will apply  for a,  licence to take anc  use ������ cubic foot of water out  of tributary  of Ivinjar Creek which  flows in a  westerly direction through Block9, Lol  892 and empties into King Creek nea'i  ; Block 11 of Lnt 892.     The   water wil  ! be diverted at the S.  W.  corner o.  | Block 9, and will be used for domestic  | purposes   on   the   land   described*  a.-  I Block 9, Lot 892 (S. W. 10 acre  block).  [This notice, was posted on the groun,  on the 20th day of August 1912.   The  application will be filed in the office ol  the Water Recorder at Nelson.  Objections may be filed. with the  said Water Recorder or with the  Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Building, Victoria, B. C.  E. L. Taylor (Applicant)  Paul Ofner who has been here bnt a  Bhort time and who came from a coal  mining district, is a settler of the most  progressive type having already made  extensive clearings on his ranoh besides  building the finest house in the distriot.  He haB taken to ranching like a duck  takes to water and he says no more coal  ming for him as Duck Creek looks good  to him,   Mr Ofner will also engage in  she poultry   business using   the Philo  system.    He has now 26 flue looking  white \v\ unclottes which he purchased  last, week from Mr. Einbree.  Dou't forget the dance at Mr. Ofner's  uew house Saturday, Sept. 28.  Big Auditorium  ' . ��������� ��������� i    .   .  ��������� '���������    ���������  Being Erected  Gr-ouml wan broken the first week  ui September for the erection of an  auditorium capable of seating 2,000  people, with stage soom for upwards  of 200 more, in preparation for the big  meeting of the liitemationol Tir**-7  Farming to be held at .'Lethbridge  the fourth week in October. "Withouly  ive weeks ahead in which to construct  1-aUr-A    *i,-..>i.vi,aa'\|-1i     SW-vl UiiiltlVl "l-|T-_  .fWAC*    UlUllIUlVtll    V.V*K^<.r.-.������4_Jaj Waa*.  -������a-W������_*.T������0O_  The Riverside MurseHes  Comprising 125 Acres  GRAND FORKS, B. C.  \%tZ APPLE TREES ������������������  *&2m pa  n    a*    csrgu     ������a    twi us crf.'a rzZ3 trrsi (-Tr-.        !���������������--,    ~���������    ���������������  ^-a, ���������_-*_���������       ���������_    ���������������������������.,     ___   ^.  n  ��������������� ��������������������������� m  (JUAKAI. I bbU MUtlllt UKUWN  Cellared���������Roots iu earth, no clanger of winter killing  ^ "We can hold your trade." (  Established lOOObytho HON. MARTIN BURRELL.  Minister of A^ricuiture  I ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  I For Catalogue* and Price litst, write to-���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston,. B. C.  THE' CANADIAN RANK  OF COMMERCE  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  MONEY   ORDERS  issued by Tlie C.UiUiIi.i-i V,uin<. of Cinn.m.-ii..- , ..ii- .* ���������' ..!-.-, a'. .: j *.-_ i..!.-! ii. ;ix*.u  inexpensive method of remitting small .������������������urns <���������(' moni-y. Tln-se Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Cnnncla (except in lhe Yukon  j Territory) and in tbe principal cities ol tbe United Status, arc issued at  tlio following* rates:  $5 nnd under     *������ ���������������������������'.���������iitti  Over     5 and not exceeding ft IO     (>     "  <���������*      io       " " ���������������> IO      '���������  llf *������     30       " " SO 1������>      '���������  8.0  m,mm mm    **������������������*��������� *-������������������������* j*-***      *���������������*.**#���������   f-% HT+ f **  ���������ar * **-- y *���������    m   ai^  ivl^lVll 1 1 _ViX-OK.O    :vi ������lvi/iti/  aUiUiaUU   "aJa-    UlUUtl    CV   UII'IIIIN   ���������������'   "���������    ori-1.1111.     '   "r.l.iun      A-..V4.4    j .������   mill     ,vjl_4AU IU ������  ORDKR3.    la-AUtid without cloluy at rftasotiablo ruion.  Percy B. Fow Icr, Manager Crci.toii Iii anch  DUCK CREEK NEWS  Harry Bathie of Oranhi ook was down  spending the week end with Mr, anc  Mrs. Johnson of Lakoview ranch.  M      1-T ���������^1<������ "������|f       1o������i*      ������������������rrO/,*l^������������������������       ������*������������������������������������������������ r\ \s f* r* <i -1        ���������  *-' ���������    *-���������*���������> ^ Jn,*, __/4>ii.        *w������OV        if Otrf*.*       i.A*i������a, I* M i*M V. t (.        *  block ol' land from J. J. Grady at n  price that sot uow values on Duck Oreeli  lirouerty.  .T. .I. Grorly of Galgnry Bpeut a oonpb  of dayH hero last week.  Geo. W. Taylor, a mining ongincei  nf Loth_ridgp, Altn., IhbI; wook pur-  chiiHod'10 noros of bind from Monrao  Wigon.  A mooting of tho school board wins  huicl Mon Jay evening at tbo homo ol  the secretary AhIiIuj Ooopor, tho hoard  iH coiifliderlng tho flelootiou of a sohool  nlte and tlio orootiou of a now sohool  hoiiKU.  Mr, Weiriiumth of Forme whh l-ioldng  over land horo ono day JnBfc wook He  wont from horo to NuIboii and will probably roturn in a fow dayu.  Mr. IbiliiuH Ih biiHily ongngod building  ��������� . . 11 -,    .     t   ..... .  .A   I, ,.l<    4llllllll.ll      Jll/UMIJ     I1J1U     011.A4AA11H     ������������������>'  iiiai'Hof iinni 1111 iiih much at wynmivii.  4  Thero will hoou boa trail from hore to  New days demand new .methods. The  store of yesterday can't compete with  the store of to-day An expense-reducing and efficiency increasing Ford delivery car is the best evidence you can  furnish your trade that yours is not a  store of yesterday.  More than 75,000 new B*ords into service this season������������������  proof that they must be r'ght*. Three passenger Roadster $?75-���������flve passenger tonring car $850���������delivery oar  1875���������f?o. h. Walkerville,  Ont., with all equipment  ^-...A-l* ~   AT��������� ...~    ���������������T'-^A*_���������������,   /-.������-,_���������^J.lT>^~������. .     ^4, 4-1 A   ���������jilimuKuo jiOui AvuiDun/ vxaa���������������(__,o v������uujjt><ijj.y  ut vjjtobiujj,  E? S. Bevan, manager���������or direct from Walkerville.  AND ORNAflENTALS.    '  I Coldstream Estate Nurseries  VERNON, B. C.  ^^K  ���������  __n uui   ucca aic  j.j.uuiC uiuwu auu ^uia.j.a.jjii.'^v.u 1.x ui.       ^r  Dors have a large force of men employed, and are pushing the work with  might and main.  The auditorium is being built by C.  J. Eckstroni, a public-spirited citizen  who recognized that the hall facilities  were likely to be inadequate for the  ���������ongress, and who offered lo rush the  milding to completion and turn it ov-  *r to the board of control for their  ases on October 10th. ��������� Although a  ������veek or so delayed in the beginning j  .���������reoperations,'there is every assurance  md promise that it will be completed  by the time set.  It is contemplated to bold a grand  iratorial concert one or two evenings  early in October, prior to the congress  week, with selections by* the Cardston  i*     -  0boral Society of 150. voices, which bas  ". been training for weeks in preparation  for the congress, giving to the *people  jf Lethbridge a sample of the tine  singing and the enthusiastic meetings  in store for them.  ?   to name.    We carry  all the  leading  varieties  most   #  suited to this district.    Our specialty is budded stock   '���������  4^   on three-year-old whole roots.  ^       For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  tr-_    sm '-��������� :'-&  _~������ ! *->  I~*  _.       ^\.  *r j. Diinco, oox 39, uresxon, i5,^0  &  . Mr. Pound of Calgary is visiting  with "his daughters, Miss Pound and  Mrs. 0. Adams.  Geo. Meade went to Cranbrook, Wednesday.  ������fi&L     v  SYNOI'HIH (JK UANADIAN NOHTll-  WJSST MINING HKUUJ.ATIONH  COjMj���������OiiiJ iiiiiilny rl|{lit.H may lio IuhhoiI  for twonly-ono yeura, roiiowubli' ul an aniiiuil  ronljil c<i$l nn ucii't). Not, moro Uuui 2.5U0 ac-  i'iih can ii������ loiiHod lo cnio npiilluant. Hoynlty  llvo cents jior ton, In umuirvpyi'd lorritory  lliu tiiiiil, imiHt bo Htulcotl out by tlio upiill  cunt lu portion, anil pornonal nj.pl lent Ion to  (lio A.ront nr Hiili-Airoiit, nf Domliiloii    Cum,  4  lor tho illHtrlot iiiiiHlln ull oiihch bo niiuto and  tlio rontal for Uio llrnt, year'must bo paid to  tlio n uo nt vvllliln thirty iliiyw nltor ttllni'  iippllcutton  (),ITAUTZ-~A pni'Non olBhtcioii yoarB of ngc  unci ovor, biivlnu mado a illKoovory mny lo-  cuto n olnlm l.fiOO foot by 1.B00. Voo, 85. At  loiiHt, illoo nuiHl, bo oxpondoil on tho claim  <muh your or paid to tlio Mining Hooordor  Wlit'ii sooo.o Iiuh boon oxpondoil. or paid and  otliorroiiulromontHconipilod with, tlio olnlm  may bo purohiiHOd at 91 au aoni.  I'l.ACint MINING or.AIMH arc. ftOO foot  liini* and from 1,000 to *i,000 loot wtrto, Kntry  Inn fir,. Not Ii'hh Minn ft 1041 nuiHl I ui oxpoiidod  In diivolopomont worlc ouch your.  DUKIXUNG.���������Two leiiNOH ol llvo in I Ion oaoh  <���������   a rlviTiiiay ho l������miod tonnonppllcant for  .'. U ii.i nl Ul).vt.;.i.i.   JlcnUil. CIO a liilli; j;ur ;;;i  until.   ltoyalty.V'J'ijPorcoiit, altiir tho oulnni  cuci-ciln $10,000.  W. \V. COUY  ljuputy Mlnlntur of tho Inlorlo  A_ae____BB_as  _GBT THE���������  | Oliver  ;*v::V:;--'--n6^  IT IS yOURSFOB     i  -     i   f ZA GAY  A small first payment brings  a  the machine, and you use it and  have it while you're pay ing.  The most popular typewriter in  Creston.   Millions in use..  Guy Lowenberg, Agt  :������gjir'---:s3_eJ_LAirayij-*'--j^^  a__e__s_  HF  A COMPLETE LINE OF .  Peaboclys Garmerits  We Have Them In ALL SIZES  They Ar^ Roomy and Good Fitters  amm*  mTHENTOTilETESTSJOWNHERl  theyISILL STAND IT-because;the^re MADE TO WEAR  WOBODY BUYS OVERALLS TO PLAY TRICKS WITH  THEM SUCH AS IS SHOWN IN THE PICTURE ABOVE;  ;   IN WHICH FOUR MEN EXERTED ALL THEIR STRENGTH  J IN THE EFFORT TO RIP A PAIR OF PEABODYS* OVERALLS* \  ,/   j^j-jp XHEY-WfLL STAND jHlS"THtYWONTRIi?>   'k  IDER THE. HARDEST KIND OF LEGITIMATE WEAR.  Vs/fc  ARE   THE A-3ENTS   OF  PEABODYS'  GUARANTEED OVERALLS.  *mmmmm*mm-i Im ��������� ii i'n n'liiUai    awaa i.a������'iJwiMW^aWwaaawaai^iaaMC  I Tlir    i"nriirrii9L!     mrnr iMinrwj p    *****  IHE IKt-I-ft MtKUlNHLt IU.  I  !  i  mmmmmtm,  SBSSaHOBBBBI  1  .1  ���������I  ������ai__a>  wstti


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