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 m.ii'  to  I)  If]  \m  win "it^mJiiin  ,*Jl->  -"^^-^FJ  M.    -^S?    (LAmS^-SLxm  AU fc������Mui* in -'Bast aiid Wist K������G&@hay Ma4 to Gresion.  /;**���������'  Ml    Sjl  -__  .*���������������! ^i?si������vM*������*_rR  mmmamm   ^mm*m. ���������*������****,-*-** ���������  . of sfie CHESTON ������  DISTRICT,  . I  ������*  V,_i  # T>������0 T^^^*** T_ T  i    I   1  7  JL x. J___  nil r'fcfci  PftlA  1-*.���������������������  I  No. 7,'5th Year.  CRESTON, B.C,.  FRIDAY    OCT. 4>    2912.  %j>   i.it'i-.iv ������|  ..AinsMTuiiEDi:  ilA9.!llW���������Sia������ IILItL  Si  HERE AND THERE  pylL UP SURVEYORS'  STAKES  Indian Commissioner May  Soon Visit This  Reservation  R. I.. T. Galbraith, Indian Agent of  Fori. Steel, was in Oreston the fuel; o������  the -Weak visiting the Indians, who are  not confined to the reservation, ia various parts, of the valley and explaining  to them the purpose of the survey being  made on the flats.   The Indians, mostly  xa��������� _...���������������.*. _,..���������I.m   l...*.��������� 1__*������ 4^4-.nt>*l������n'rijtil1^r  VUO JfWJLUjb   JL.UA4AA0,   ������AA*V\*   trmmmm mmm.m.m.m.^..^  annoying the surveyors, -who are working to find the possibility of ���������recisimiag  4l_~ ax-a...     u���������   _������n;������n   4Uoi>   af-s-aa   onA  ti_t> jLaawai    **J    ^4������A_,*4a^    vuv..    ..w^^.....   .-_.���������  9>ms>_    in   *_������Ujy  interfering With their work in  way*-).  A few weeks ago some cf the Indians fired their rifles over the heads of  ������ho    sn-rvayora and into the  ground,  threatening them, if they did not leave  the flats.   At that time W. F. Tested  mwarnment: a_ent of Kelson *was called  ���������hat gaOhlef Ale_s_*lfe? was co. in ihe  mountains hunting, nothing permanent  was effected in quieting tlie Indians.  ConstableQeo. Gunn epeafe ssvet������! days  ���������with the camp and *3ucoet^ed4BS"������^ping        __ ^_���������  ' r-rne trei^ie-bjPKm^S^'a^^  Peatictoa, B. C'.���������Advices received  fcere from Edmonton, Alta., point to  low prices for apples, on the prairies  this year. Already American shipping  firms are quoting at 75 cents f. o. b.  point of shipment. Heavy shipments  of peaches from Washington are having  a bad effeot on the market for peaches.  The crop in this district is about ��������� 1,700  per cent greater  than last year,  and  SOme   UI.   WV   law uvnKuoa   ytui   uuu   iro  picked, Last year the total production  of peaches in this district waB five cars.  __i3 wpg it will run cbcut 85. An effort will likely be made to have the capacity of the cannery materially increased, so that another season in case of  a surplus the fruit may be put into tbe  cannery. There is a vrey^good opportunity here for a jam factory, evaporator and cider Vinegar factory,  Revised estimates made public by the  Panama canal commission set; Oct. 15.  1918. as ihe date on which the first vessel wiii pass through Ihe new waterway  between the Atlantic and the Pacific.  The first vessel to go through will be a  naval vessel,'but whichtohavethehonor  has not yet been decided^ The commission - estimate tumuunces thai the uu-  mal opening of the canal will be on January 1, 1915. Col. Goethals, who is  supervisisg tho comiraoticu cf the  canal, reports that its cost will be below  the original estimate i?f _$������Q9,000,000,and  that when the final stroke is done the  The first regular train from Fernie to  Fort Steel made the round trip Tuesday  upon schedule time, thus putting Fort  Steel on the railway map to stay. Several residents of Fernie made the trip  and met with a warm welcome from the  Fort Steel people.  Building to tbe amount of $_3,S3i,S26  have been issued in Oalgary in the last  eight months.  Walter Cooper, the 17 year old son of  D. Cooper of Grand ForkB, was instantly killed hy the aosidentai discharge Of  his shot gun while out hunting near  that city. The top of the youog man's  head was blown ������*_.  Crestosiites Attend  Spokane Fair  K. S. Sevan and Gray Loweabsfg le*o  Monday in their automobiles to attend  the Interstate Fair at Spokane, taking  with them, Mrs. Bevan, Mr. and Mrs  O.C-  OO-OPERATIVE STORES  Edward Moore was arrested hy the  police on the fair grounds at Nelson last  week and charged with stealing $81  trom Q. M. Benney at the Queen's ho-  eel, it being alleged at the time that be,  Moore was a pickpocket. Ho appeared  before Police Magistrate Irvine on  this charge bnt was found not guilt?  Mr, Benney falling to identify him as  the man whom he bad seen leave his  room on the night that ha lost the $81.  Mrs.  C Payette spent the week iu  Kitchener at her husband's tie camp.  n 3  ���������vrouu  T*A���������.��������� A.   xsOumriiy  Price reasonable.-  oiAA_.au  Apply Drugstore  LOWS 10 L[;n-  Mr. Ohas. Fyfe of Edmonton, on a  return trip from the coast spent Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs.  R, M. Reid.  ���������70 bach all linen tabling   for  V  l*V������(y    VpVVMM    %���������**.     W**m*   ������ft*W*W������������W������������W������  50a<  Il-IIIIBIB  WlliafVfa  III  iiiiieini ia  ���������W 0 >V _������>'_,���������'������  Cayu*t->������ai (iha,  o_4B4'������>������>aiB������.i>   ���������v*-i������������������r  s  cgss������.   sva  Round Trip to Farming Congress  ���������Sfcanfields underwear at the Creston  Mercantile.  .1  Mrs. T. W. qjuaife and daughter and  Miss Charlotte Gilden are in town from  Sirdar to attend the show.  tf.,    O   T>     -..������> off -W*���������'-������_4_  m.m,A     tJSimm  ^���������_._. *m   m,  m   *V������    Ad_������4T^rw   >W������       V   ���������w*******'*'   laaaia*,-***       aw���������- ��������� ������������i  Bennett of Wycliffo, who have been  visiting with Mrs. Reid left Monday for  WyolifPe.  t  ���������Get your coriander sad mustard  seed, your Tunnerie-IGhilliesand ginger  fo_ the pickling season at S. A,  Speers.  Geo Huscroft, R. M. Reid and Vic Carr  The parties are reported to have made ft  quick and safe trip.  Among the other Crestonites to attend  the fair were W. E. Smith. Ed. "Talbestr  Hugh Taylor, Benton McClnre, and Mir.  and Mrs *J. W. Dow and son David and  Andrey Wilson.  Lester Wisier returned Tuesday from  mGGuobu-s?, AuiuucaGta WJiQxQ hd   UndS?-  went an operswou for appendicitis.  I  ������������������FOUND, gold watch with chain.  Jack Cameron and Bob Leonard of  Cranbrook spent Sunday in ton a.  Owner can have same by proving pro,  The Canadian Passepger Association  has adopted the fouowing rates ror dele-  gates and erhibitors ija. attendance at  the International Dry-Farming Congress  International Congress of Farm Women  7ttfe4-.*.tA4>frlrtW,ol   Tjfiy iru^ql Hrtffl   ������-if  Tl^sa-r.*S'CIVS_AAl  Products, and the various conferences  to bs held in Xsethbridgs during the  week of these important meetings,Octo-  ber 19-26.  Tickets for delegates and general pub'  lie will be sold from tiny point in Canada to Lethbridge, Alberta and return  account of above named conventions and  ��������� -I  a   TTI��������� .^���������tX������....       ������������������   mjZ.%mm~m .  ctuuve 4ua.ur.ou xum.yuoxvx\ixx, So xOlxOv?o*���������  the Indians wero againf busy with their  mischief and tbelr Agent was then sent  for. Mr. Galbraith has now talked with  the chief and with nearly every Indian  from the reservation explaining to them |  that the survey, if the lowlands  are  reclaimed, will be of beneUt to them as  muoh   of   the   reservation which lies  mainly in the flats, will be made more.  serviceable.   The Indians wiii not- disclose the names ot the ones interfering  with the surveyors, but it is believed  that there will be no more trouble on  this score.  Mr. Galbraith say that his next visit  to Creston will probably be at the time  Dr. J. McKenno, a special Indian commissioner from Ottawa, comes to investigate conditions here with a view of  determining the necessity of fixing the  boundary lin^'of the renftrvafclbn and  confining (ho Indians to it.   At present.  A*u_.t.   rnm.rn.rn.    ������.������<_    OVM-I    _B4K IMA flflft    Thft  VWV.4UK'        4M.A4>A4     WWVW.     ^V.ViVw^Wv        ^.fil-3  " r-, '      ' -  "   1_ 4k     _    a_     _._������.    Mmm.  ,Tf������&ll *e������U?>   VV- ������������*- vuna jmv*  ���������������!. -vJx2-.vj..Zx������...L-,^Ly .   ������������*������Jk    *. i  oem-  - jrfTY._^*33_j  I  commer  ber, 19113, is _ecau_e numerona tests are  to be made to ensure perfect working  before large vessels are permitted to pass  | through:  A deal is reported elosed between the  Dominion Coal Ss Iron company and A.  H. Ford of Oalgary whereby the former becomes possessed of the Ford coal  areas in the High river district, comprising   12,000 acres.     The   purchase  price is said to be $1,000,000 and gives  possession of one of the largest anthracite field in Canada.    The seams have  been  prospeoted for a distance of 15  miles and range in width  from seven  and a half to SO feet.   The deposits oar-  ry both coking coal and anthracite of a  quality equal to that of PeuDoylvanlo,  both of which will be iniiuediately de*  veloped. . Al the tlmo of, the closing of  negotiations both the Guggenheim interests and   the oity of Calgary were  ���������All kinds of vegetables aad i-olV&gf  saisi^ 1 will u5������-?sr ������xai- *s**&?:    ^  ������   ������"e������s m~^-  paxty and paying for this ndvof iisemeuv  _T?s. E. Botterill.  Wm. Trotter has on display in Speer'e  window*, a 6 pound pot^too which was  grown on his place on the hill.  ���������FOR SALE���������Nine flue pigs from 4  to 5 months old.   A. Mirabelli.  One of Wm.  Burton's  horses was  killed by tho train last ni<jht near ihe  ...    -    > ..'      -.   i .  Ses Oreston.  W. D. Smith is working in a store at  Lacombe, Aiberta.  ���������We carry all kinds of spiceB for th  pickling season.   S. A. Speers.  uoing arrangements ior western van*  ada. Standard convention certificate  plan, one way plus 25 cents, via all rail  routes. Returning conditions. > Certificate must be secured from the ticket  agent at time of purchase and presented  to the Secrets?*'*' or ntHnyia' a.tit-hori5*sd  of the same at the Interational Dry  Farming Congress in Lethbridge for  signature,   Upon presentation.of prop**  QXl-v- a\anaA CSJfliilOSte St th@ LsthbHdgS  station, free return ticket will be issued^  Tickets on sale from all points in Mani-  A. Lindley can now be reached over] tobB) Saskatchewan, Alberta, and Bri-  attheCifih Store.  Spencer Lewis and famify of Eastport  are spending a conpie of weeks on their  ranoh at Erickson.  ��������� xon gecjuve pe_ centi uasco^at at  Tee Gash Stokb.  the phone by calling 84.  Dr. MoKeunn is very busy on the coast.  Re has worked lhe northern section of considering acquiring tho property.  The Annual Childeen's Day Service  W^ll be held In the Presbyterian1 ohuroh  Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The  children will cohtribute largely to the  program. Parent and others are in*>  vited. ,  Mrs. Crompton is starting a Choral  Class on Wednesday next, a notice of  the first meeting will be found elsewhere in this paper. It is hoped that a*  nil Or*"8toniaus interested in muBio and  slugiug will attend. Mrs. Crompton  proposes to have a practice onco a week  and a concert early in January.  British Columbia aud snys he intends to  usk (hat cental u Indians of that ecotiou  be Rlvon tho right to voto. He believe**  thin will do away with thi* hard feeling  of tho Indian for tho whlto man as it  will Avti hliu a voice indirect!v in ma  kiui* hia own laws, and mako him a part  of Un* nat on.  ^^changa Altera y^?^^^  -The O.O.S. Company; of OranbrooltF-^ ���������������������*���������.   G&m*m*������*. #  .. . ....        .... lobenRealEstate^Caliraw. Altai  is aisposing or several oranones -or tnexr ~  business, aud bargains galore, is the or*  der of the day in-Cranbrook.   Crescon  folks should get on the inside, a letter  to the CCS. will bring all the infor-  sxistica necessary regarding the special  prices.   Iron bedB are selling at $2.75  --* ��������������������������� ,������>������������������.  any size.   Dressers and stands at $11.  Linoleum B5o sq. yard,   Tapestry RugB  size 9x0 $6.00.   Mens suits $5.85.   Hunr  dreds ot pairs of mens shoes going at  half price.   Realolcsing out prloea on  everything, $5.00 will do the work of |10  don't overlook this opportunity to buy  at less than manufacturers prices. Very  special prices on lace onrtams, arch our-  iaius, window fistures, all sale prices  are F. O. B.. Cranbrook, no charge for  packing.  Certifies^will be2 honored for retnru  Mra. Rev. Sarkissifjs is -spending s  week or two in Creston visiting with  friends. Mrs. Sarkissiaa ie not in the  best of health and l-s on her way to the  prairies which she hopes will be more  oonduoive to her health than the high  altitude of Rossiand.  ���������'.'������������������'.;���������., ;:.'������������������.-������������������ .''"���������������������������-  ���������    ' - I.  --   ' ..       '       ���������   ���������-"'-'  ���������"DOUGLAS VILLA" for aale, or  vent cheap. Apply, John Derbyshire,  726, Caledonia Avenue,  Victoria, B, O.  Poroy   Watson left los^ Friday for  Oblase. B. 0., where he ea*peots to re-  '���������.-������' ..'''���������-  main ,������,Ut1ft mrnnvtr im  m.\m*\*lfm.,  -���������nn. ���������#...     .. m....'     .. m.m.   .^.   ^..m.mi/.lf%Xm.  ���������A. fall lino of gnr������s and ammuni-  i Hon at the Mercantile.  Calgary Herald Han  Visits Creston  R. W. LipBOtt, a representative of tho  Calgary Herald npont the first part bf  the wcelc going ovov tho Oroston dlutrlob  Boonrlng material for an, article whioh  ia to appear In tho Herald about Tuesday  or WotlmiMuiiy ui noxt wtmk.     uac.  Lip  Bctt le evidently and export newepnper  man nnd a good story of this dlDtriot  may bo expected.   Ho is just oomplot-  intr a nhort tour of Brltl-ih Ootnmhhi.  For the oomfort of the Dolce and  Dnoht-ni* ot Oounaugbt aud Princess Patricia, who will upend next Sunday  night and the following day and night  ou the ato inior Moyle, the lake and river Borvion of the Canadian Paoifia railway Is tnnklnp a nam ber of Improve-  inonti* on tho otoamer.  Chief among these will be tho lustalln-  tlon of two suites of rooms, enoh with a  bath. Tho boat is now laid up at the  Fairview shipyards aud Is receiving hor  after-summer ocat of paint.  Tho harvesting of tho largoat apple  orop iu the history of Wenutohee valloj  Is now ou, and it ia oxpeotod that 100  carloads a day will bosoutoutof Wonat-  ohoo during tho season, ns the entire  orop ot tho valley li ostlmnted at 8500  our load-. Thi** will iii(miju/,iiijuxiuiiii< -  ly 2,000,000 btxes of nppleti, which will  average to tho growers, not $1 por box.  I    Rovolotoke will hold its Fall Fair next  I ._....������.   0mmmm   *l...  OH.   ������A   *l.4������   1 fHl,   IhMh.Wa     I  A party conalatlng of MosBros. John  Arrowsiultli, A. E. Jefferson, John  tlychnian. and W. T. McOroady of  Wapolla, Saskat-jhownn, (brother-in-  law of Mr. Jefferson) drovo up tho  Arrowcreok country last Friday returning Saturday ovonlng, Thoy  report tho door and grouse flaplontl-  Born to Mr. and Mrs. 0. Adams, a  boy.  fill.   Ab   their  time was limited, not  very largo baga wero secured;    How-  ovov a second trip will bo made In tho j  near future whon hotter luck may bo  In Htoro.   Tho absence of front in that  locality wiih a marked feature of ob������  sorvatlon.   In Mr. GrahanVa garden  wero tomatoes, cucumbers, corn,beaniai  and   othor   tontler   vegetable*,   untouched by tho devastating hand of  Jack Frost.     In  convocation  with  Mrs. Urahani,,nlio made tli'* Htaruiuu  reply, "Yea our Garden etui? l������ not In-  juv-ntUin tho leaat and for  tho fowr  vonrs wo have been horo, tho frost haa  A**,*, ������o iMlt**"** *"������n ���������:��������������� Cmfitn}***.'*  Order your fall suit from n large os-  sortmeut of Oampbel's samples whioh  have just arrived.���������8. A. Speers.  i  W. H. Crawford,' who am* 1-mnn Rntf.  erlng from an attaok of Typhoid is  {jroatly improved. Ho was down Btilra  yesterday for tho first time.  T.  W, Qnaife   of   Blrda* was  Creston  yesterday.  In  tieh Columbia, October 16-22 inclusive,  / f ,  ������ will be' honored for ,  racketing*^  her'W&ij    Belegates most ^m ������ot->*  route in botkdireefcians. -  Tho Exposition -will open Saturday;  06tober 10th at 10:00a. ss.,' and ss sll  exhibits must be in place not later than  Thursday mornings Gofcober 17th and aii  judging completed before opening of tho  exhibit, Speoial TicketB fpr judges and  exhibitors will be sold from all points in  Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and  British Columbia, upon presentation to  the local tioket agent of the Secretary's  certificate which will be issued   upon  application from the Secretary'a office  and whioh will entitle tho holder to  sound trip tioket at the one-way: flrst-  olasB fare, starting at any time from  Ootober 10th to October IBfch, inoloslve,  and good to return until November Sad,  Remember, that the intending exhibi*  .;...;���������  ./*W;lti*'.s J * (.v" " , 1       '      ' .   -  tlors and judges moat secure these oor-  tifloates in advance from the Secretary  of the international Dry Farming Con  gross, Box 8060, Lethbridge, Alberta,  and plenty ot time should ut> tuumou  for delays in mall in both directions.  ���������ft���������Ju-it arrived, nevf stook of rubber  boots and shoes.   A, Mlrabelll.  S. A. Speora is having a furnace lu-  stalled at his residence.  jv'tTI  ���������Onr now fall shapes in Mens Hats  have arrived.   Oroston Mercantile Co.  ThoI?jroHCiro\vcre Union thlppod a  oar of apples to Calgary tho first of tho  wooit.  ������������������Economy Can Floalors, finest in tho  world, for solo by the Oreston Hardwaro  &Fnrnltoro Co., solo agents in tho  Kootenay Valley.  ���������Wo arc unloading a ear of now  Timothy Hay.   Fli_t Class Quality.  S. A. Siiooiu.  i'.  I  I  A. Daporry, this week brought in the  record load of apples for Creston. Tho  load was made up of 0ft boxes.  Any ono wishing to secure govern  | mont literature on flio packing of fruit  may do no by applying to J O. Bllnoo  seorctary of tho Fruit Growors' Awocl-  ation.  ���������FOR SALE���������Several fine thoroughbred field spaniel pups to no oougnc  ohoap. A bargain. Apply Primrose  Woll*. 6-bt-  W. T. MoOready of Wapella, Soak.,  who is now visiting Creston for tlio  flt-t tlmo Ib loud in his praises of tha  town and district as a health producing resort.  Ho left Moosomln hospital  a short tlmo ago baroly ablo to < take  the   journey   horo   bnt   after   four  wooke In tho mountain air la almost  a now man again.    Ho says Oroston  air and mountain** havo accomplished  what tho host medical inon of oaatom  Saskatchewan wore unablo to do;  tha  mountain air did tho work.   Ho bo*  llovtis Creston ahonld have a sanataif-  , ium. -  &\  ���������<----i'  ���������*��������� -rl  I 1   !;rAlii|  **i  ���������UAUiniO, utaat *v uut m\mm miu ������wuak  over our supply ot MoColla pattvrns joil  | reoeived.   b. A. ttpeern.  .'-���������''' 1  . ;v.',r'  ��������� -���������> r '  ���������-.'lii'-V  r',r,'.i|l|  ,���������>- ,ir  '���������V*..:i  '!���������:���������  ,T.--"iii  " $%  " 'Hi _."  THE    CRESTON    EEYIEW,    CRESTON,    B.C.  j.?  m  li'!- :  COPPERPLATE  ENGRAViWQ.  Never Asked e Fee  A granite shaft erected  by popular  The Art W������ Diseov.---*. -Thio-ffh the   *^vl]^*.*.8pon will mark, tho feiave  Mer������8t Accident.              ' ^nlv^^ ,Da^80U'   a   *^slcl&a  ~                  ....       -.      , i.* who never asked a fee.  Every one has noticed ou his visiting Dawson   was   buried   in   the   Httlp  card the extremely delicate lines of bia town   cemetery   two   years   ago,   but  name,   and   almost   every   one   knows his grave always has been unmarked;  that   they   are   produced   by   printing Nobody  knew     just    when    Dawson  R.1EA?.   INSECT.  Tho Comprehensive Characterization  ot the Gorman  Farmer.  All old German farmer in Kansas by  ;nd:toti'.v and frugality' acquired ������  rather lnr_e property and at the same  "lime .������ ponderous physique. He sold  Ins farm and stuck nnd bought a neat  place In the outskirts of the town.  Ksst wishing t������> lie entirely idle, he cultivated ji gjiideu -patch ih which he  look great pride.  One'day an .adventurous calf found  Jts way intothe, garden through a hole  4n the fence. The *>ld man, ran him  around the garden several times, but  Mr. Oilr could nut or would uot hud  -the hole th rough which he had entered.. At last, out of temper .and  ���������breath, the m'.n sat down on a bench  nnd.   fanning   himself   with   bis   hat.  ���������d. s-It occurred  to   him   that  possibly   the  -Der ealnf is der meanest insect vot ; same results could be obtained by flll-  scbumps. Dot's vot der matter iss."- | -������K ������P the. original engraving with  Kansas City -tar. j lampblack  instead  of   making an  im-  *" ' I nression   of   it   and    ailing   up "that,  Struck  with  the  idea,   be put it into  practical use and. witb a  little damp  paper, succeeded in getting a fair impression from tbe engraving.  The discovery was communicated to  *  ��������� f *..  '.'*'<  l������ ���������  i������  : from un engraved copperplate. Like  1 many other things uf use and beauty,  i this urt of copperplate engraving was  j discovered through the merest accident by the vroldRu.ttbs of Florence in  . tbe fifteenth century.  It is a-historical fact, however, tbat  one day an engraver on gold, wishing  to take a proof of bis work, made tbe  usual sulphur cast and then filled up  the lines with lampblack, thus enabling him to see exactly how his work  looked.    While occupied hi "doing "this  i_C     OlTlVCU      ������ Al.il      OUC     AA AvJaaia  camo  -a  collie  dog   and  soon   established  ..From My Hunting Day Book  The Musson Book Company, Limited have been honoi ed by the Ciowu  Prince of Germany's instructions to  ias-'-.c immediately a rraiisl''*-**?.'? r-' ~.s  voImr.e T" -���������:* *���������'������' Mni-il-fii** Day Ri-in"k"  in Canada.  In this book, the    preliminary    an  nouncement of which has existed lhe      utmost   interest,   the   German   Crown  S|jE|3!  Prince records hi������ spcrtic/j experience  . A'*_^*iu;-a'i  -S   "a  r.!.....lii.Ui  v  Generous Americana.  Jerry was treating Mike to a trolley  ride. The conductor, a good looking  Irishman, came through collecting tbe  fares. Mike watched bis progress -with  great interest. Presently be turned to  Jerry with tears in his eyes.  .*��������������� _. ���������.     a.���������     ^...lA      Ui.oL'llv       "I'ra'    a  .lf-lt_i* nc      ^,uiw      _v.o.....^. -   - ���������      ���������  lump in me t'roat."  "What for?'* demanded Jerry.  ���������"Tis the gladness of me that's too  big to swally!*' said 'Mike- "Every  American has the big. generous heart  .tvj-_ mind the poor young felly wid  the blue cap? "Tis beggin* bis liviiT he  Is. I saw biro bonld out his band to  ewenty-siven people, an" every blessed  wao o" thlm "Iv' bint .a nickel.'*���������Judge.  to pay for his services could do,-:so,  but he never insisted on a fee. What  money he' did not use for the actual  necessities of life he gave to charity.  To' the curious he said:  . I came here from California. There  I have a wife and child. I like your  town and I'm going "to stay here.  Por 10 years Dawson li,ed with  his dog as a sole companion. When  he died the tribute paid to.him was:  "He had more friends than any.  man in the country."  Long Standing Asthma.���������Many havo  suffered so long from asthma and  ! have tried so .many so-called remad-  ��������� les they think that there is no real  , help for them. They should read  ! the letters received by the uiannf&ct-  ! urers of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma  j Remedy from hundreds of cases once  . as desperate as their own. HJven in  other workers in tbe art, and tbey ? long-neglected eases this famous pre-  balled it with Joy. as It saved all tbe | paration brings prompt help,  arduous   trouble   of   making   sulphur I  easts,   but   they   never   saw   the   full j General Booth's Wiii  value of tbe discovery, and consequent- j     By his will the late General Booth  Iv the art of plate engraving lay  for i has Iei>t not only all that was vested  a wide practice.    .Those who wished'-.in Europe and Ameiica the work has  in him as General, hut also his private  property amounting to ������487 l������s to  the Salvation Army, while the property  (now valued at   ������5.295)  which the  No Wave*.  A young mother who still consider*  marcel waves as the most fashionable  ma*y of dressing the hair was at wort  sn the job.  Tbe precocious child waa crouched  on its father's lap. tne baby fingers  now and then sliding ower tbe smooth  and glossy pat-? which Is aS������.1a*'"T s.  ���������'No wave* for you. father." remart-  E_ the little one. "Yoa're ail beac������_"���������  New York Times.  almost a century before Its true im- .  port was discovered and brought out f  in all its great and beautiful results. j.  Today collectors of plate engravings ;  rave over the crude results of earlier j private use���������and whic,h had enabled  times and search the world for exam- I the General to live without drawing  pies of these early masters to add to ' anything from the Army funds���������has  their collections. Many of these col- ! _een Ai\\*<g among his children---  ,_���������������_-��������� k���������-_ k-_- _.._,_������+._. ���������_ m��������� i Bramwell, Catherine, iwariuo, nerbert.  lections  have  been  presented  to  ron- , Eva and ������ucy       PersoUa* 1Hemeutoos  sennas, where tbey may  be seen and i were ,e������l to aU his children and chil-  been produced throughout under the  most car.-fu' supervision of Uio Crown  Prince himself, and is illustrated by  a large number of photographs taken  by ths Crown Princess aud the author.  The   future   Emperor   of   Germany j  tells of his'adyentures in a particular- !  ly bright and pleasing manner. Whllo i  inodetstly disclaiming in his introduc-j  tion, any pretentions to literary merit!  he  writes of himsolt  as  a  man  who  loves genuine sport, and to whom tne  poetry   and   grandeur  of   Nature ��������� aro'  ���������in'inexhausti" le source of delight iind  icy.  Tho book is more than a voluno of  sporting reminiscences for from time  to time digressing from his subject. I  the Crown Prince speaks ���������with considerable frankness of his Inclinations  and his reading, of his friendships and  his dislikes. Canadian readers will  be especially interestuu.in tilt; account  of his experiences-in India and-among  a shooting party in Scotland.  "New Rivers of the North" by Hul-  bsrt I'ViotneV:' makes no , pretence to  be a scientific work. The author  seeks only to share the delight of two  amateurs in descending streams of  which no man could Bay what lay  avound the next bend, and to convey  a sense of the pleasure one feels in  not been  that   is  fortified  with DR.  fifty cciita ii box or uittiUsJ direct by  THE llflARTBPi BQLB & WYWWE CO.,  _mSte5aamiK_wi  '^mmawg^nn  mJ^JS.      BmJ^mJ.    JSL  tvivju f������it hove lame l-aok, frequent headaoltes. rheu-  mutio pauis, epots before the oyei, twinaes ib the joints,  eto lhrep-quartet9 of all human ailments ntc due to  lhe kidneys, failing to properly free the system of  ���������joisoQiiu*! acids stud tt.*������ste ropt^w''  To "tiniulr Te toncoTcaiieeaisd'strGnKthert the kidncya,  take DR. CLARK'S SWKET NITRE PILLS. Take  theiu^tne flrst day you have cause to think your kid-  noyi need attention. They contain sjveet, nitre and  Aye other sovereiKn curative agente. Acute or chronio  ������r ?1SWX ������i_s������*n<*o can nevnr c**< a foothold in the lystem  CLARK'S SWEET  NlTRK>IL_g.   Sold everywhere at  48  WBWWIPEG, OANADA  "WffiTWBaj-rniWMW  m  i,.f.-. w-r- ~������ i-.*'* '.'.-'tHi. ii0iii������T,nr'*' beholding sights that have  iUie  XT-eitAj.   tvcirn   ISaI   aOa   IB8 UruvriU b ���������?        '__, _   ,,      .   .._��������������������������� -t*i,���������.  - - -   -   published to the world at large.     Tne  Btory Is a dally record of the exper-  leno*������ of two men who launched them-  appreclated by the people.  AiLicJJ    int.   AtnuriAUi  dren-in-law.  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  selves into the wilderness without  guides, and after travelling some 3,000  miles in a 12-foot collapsible boat,  brought home an unexplored river and  a new cataract to take its place among  *v������g wonders of Canada.  ...... ^j^m..  Dractlce  fttgid.  eas    beenn    to  rlfrid economy."  *'I snppose you are not making any  serious objections.**  "No She !s?orssed sis l&st sight  that she had decided instead of paying Si5 for a eorset to get a ten dollar one. although she realised that it  wonld be more stiff and uncomfortable  than the other kind."   .  Modern Customs.  Gramercy���������We can't afford to give a  dinner In tbe bouse. Besides, ma  ssfstj's ������u������ things.  I&rs. Gramercy���������Psbawf We can  borrow tbe silver.  Gramercy--Ye8. and have the guests  carry most of It away as souvenirs.���������  Judge's .Library.  Extravagant M. P's.  .-.   ...������   w���������.     m. ;     Members of the House or Commons  Aviation In America. j ^-h^v* they light-heartedly assented at  Apparently George Washington was j the beginning of the season to the  not only the Father of Hts Country, but [reappointment ot the select committee  aiso something like the godfather of j to inquire in the expenditure on sta-  a-rtatlon in America. At any rate, he I tionery and printing for the House of  wrot*   a   letter   for one   M.   Blanch- | Commons and the Public Service gen-  ���������**������������������ ���������"������ ������������������ -.������?*������?. -r������-1SSMSL XJ^SSftmffSmt  sion m iuis cooD-crjr &v . ot.au6ipiAi_ ajs . mentary foibies would be ruthlessly  1795. The letter reprinted in St. Nlcb- j exposed to the public gaze by their  ������las reads: ? colleagues.  "Georse Washington, president of j Pew people will disagree when they  tbe United States of America. To-all ; learn that * $45,000 worth of paper is  whom these oresents shall come. ! used at Westminster every year, and  "The bearer hereof. Mr. Bianchard, ( that of this sum $10,000 is for special  acitir-o of t^ncs. proposing to ascend ! PaPers to sult inaivmuai preterences.  in a balloon from tbe city of Philadei- !  phiav at 10 o'clock a. m. this day. to \  pass in such direction and to descend !  In such piace.as circumstances may  render most convenient��������� i  "These ars. tbprefore. .ta recommend ������������������  to  all  citizens  of  th*s   United   States, j  j and  others,   that  in   bis  passage,  de- I  How's This?  We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward tor MB  mm ot Catarrh that, cannot; be cured by ftrt*  QMsrrb Cure.  r l. CHENEV 4 CO.. Toledo. O.  We. tbe undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney  or tbe last is years, and believe liim perfectly hon-  C?kv1C      IS      mil      u.w.uu������      ,.auM.v..u^a     O..U      UM^UMWliy  ible to carry out any obligations made by his firm.  WjU-DJNQ. KlNNAN" & MARVIN.  Wholesale JCfUgRlsts. Toledo. Ol  ' Kw������nt   return  or 1oumevin_ elsewhere J ��������� Hall's Catarrh   Cure   is   taken   internally, acting  scent,  reruns  or journeying eisevv uer_     ifKctW upon tJje bfood smA n_uooua surfaces ot UM  I thev  oppose  no  hindrance er molesta- ( system.   Testimonials sent tree.   3?rlce 75 msm sea  ition  to the  said  Mr.   Blancbard.   and j ba.^"e ^'s^amST-U-lir co^u^uo,,.  I that, on the contrary, they receive and j ���������  A Demon Bowler  For many years Brown and Baggs  had been cricketers, and each thought  he was a better player than his friend.  At last Brown challenged' Baggs to  meet him in a single-wicket match  and the wager was accepted.  Brown batted first, and made nineteen runs. Then Baggs took his stand  against Brown's bowling. Brown's  bowling was so erratic that it was  impossible for anyone to play it. Half  an hour passed, then an hour, and  Baggs had not scored. At last the  batsman flung down his bat in disgust.  I'm going home to tea, he growled..  Go on bowling, and if you hit the wicket I'm out.  When Baggs returned from tea he  found the stumps drawn, and the  friend they had appointed as umpire  waiting patiently for him.  You've won, he said.  What do you mean? I haven't said  Baggs. . i  Yes, you have, repeated the umpire.  Brown bowled thirty wides. You've  won by eleven runs.  i .........        ��������� , ..--,--. |g  ':-.     WB jTK1H>^X       /_.   _-__-������������������_ _"_tS**> g.  i    W% k\      W   _^_ ������T������ 4#*1 "9 "ft*1**! drma      ������3 ������ *m *4-#- iTa. lifwmr%     9  IH������..?'juOciul]lg   Mm iatxujL.Iu ������  The present *io.'.?r*t)on of Western fH'iiiPr*; will never know l_"������ ������-  difiiculties si_d ;���������������*������������������. xatK na experienced by their predecessors in the g|  earlier years when no one could get a carload o? grain shipped ln ������������  bulk except !ry io'^dhig it through ������!**������-���������. lev's tor. The system forced  the majority of farmers to sell their g:-a'r to the elevator owners  at arbitrary jrlc* &? and oft times to submit to heavy -dockage and  other annoyances, causing continual dissatisfaction. Now,however  the distribution o! ..irs as fixed by the Grain Act; and the use of th*  loading pla'fnrni. urovide facilities whlci enable the farmer to .secure  satisfactory Jreatv..tnt in the disposal or his grr.ih and the highest  market prlcoa at time cf sale. Every frA'-m^r therefore, ghonld more -  and more endeavor to use the loading pli ir->rm In shipping his grain  to the terminal elevators.- It ia the safcg'iard ot.the farmersYtreev?  dom in dlsnosing cf his grain to the he-jt alvantaee for himself. It  farmers refrain from using the loading p-fctform freely., it might tc-..  suit ln Its helng done away with, ,hecau*-"������ railway companies and  elevator owners are strongly opposed to !... It Is easy to unde?*  stand why elevator ot-onle d?slre the In.^.-ilm** platform abolished.  The ra'lway sepple on their part say iv J'days the loading of cars  nnd helps to cauire car shortage. Th'.s wf- know to be nonsense.  b������������cause frenuently afte*r cars are loaded whether with grain; cos!  lumber or other merchandise, they are sldet*-acke'. for days -Mid even  weeks Instead ot brAine* prororttly Tnoved forward-to destination. It  is engine sho*-ta*?e .ind shortatre of compe*ent trait 'men that mostly  ������������������"-���������MK-ea ������rram j locked es on railways and :-.ot lacle of cars,    f^et every  *\������*4i t-i-c^i      "aa-ui    .*.v>*������-������    G. m    WW'.   Uf*    Ccltl     ut?    u56     T -. .S" -v/n.'Tt ������H_J5    ������3'������������TT>r??"iiT������   :K^3-'m,1 ti^^.ti  t>r.rr)~  g-n  'i'ndF.*n*a'i<l0*-t'-shlnner. '     Tn ^.trabpequent- Rdvertlaonrtic-afcstiJwa':.  will atate In detail the saving!* -vn-rt othipr advantage** of direct ldad������  tne Into cars  compared with londlnar thvMish  elevators.  We handle the farmers graihj Htrietly on eorarnlssioa. aaak" libera!  advances on ' car.. bills. ot lading, superria* tha- grading at time cars  are Inspected. 8e-.hro th*������ highest prices at time of sale and make  prompt returns w^en.sold. Writ������ us for sblppias !B_truct!on������ aad  nmrltet information.  Thompson Sons ������k Compioiy |  GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS  .701-7183 Y.   (sRAIN   EXCHANGE  "4Af iMWID"*     ���������__:���������������_'���������  Wifoly Solicitude.  ���������1 vras almost afraid." said tbe wife  aid him with tbat humanity and good  will which may render honor to their  ef the Chicago delegate, "to have my country and justice to no individua'-  huaband go lo thnt wicked city and its ; so dis-dn-rulshed by bis efforts to  many temptations. 1 couldn't help | establish and advnno* an art.; In order  dreading the strain." i to make It useful to mankind In gen-  "On his conscience*?"  "On    bis    volce."���������Cleveland  Dealer.  Plain  You Know Him.  Blnlts���������What Utnd of a fellow IH  Pmlth?  Jinks���������Why. he will pnss op ten op-'  ���������portouitlen to make $1,000 In order to  Indignute over a dime that got away  Imta him.���������Cincinnati Enquirer.  era I.  "Given under my hand and seal, at  the city of Philadelphia, this ninth day  of .lanunry. one thousand seven hundred and ndBety-three. and of .the independence of America tbe seventeenth.  "GEORGE WASHINGTON."  The Truth About It.  it lern't wise to crltloini*  And wmnll flaws plcts, but then  The man who buys a onntaloup*  And llntenn to th* rrocor'a dope  Haa conlldenco la mo a.  Terrible liohing  1 !.  W"i>W      BH'ISfMWH'l'l mmx  Got Liftls Sleep  A Japanese Idea.  The late Mutsuhlto, emperor of Japan, on an oc<a������ision ahortly before hid  death  took a  railway. Journey in  tho  northern part of Japan and arrived at  bis destination half an hour iate ou account of a slight accident on tbe rond.  Next day tbe manager of the road committed   suicide,   giving  us   the  reason  for hla net the fact thnt his bad mnn-  1 ngement.   hnd  inconvenienced  the em-  I peror.   The case attracted a ..great-deal  | of nMention, and sotno of the leadln*;  i mon of .in(inn. commenting on the dend  ! man's act. criticised bis point of view,  j    in the eyes of his fo.Uiv/T td-virnnieh.  j however,  hl!������ dwu   wn.-������ commendable,  i for tbey erected n statue In his honor  i n������ sn idenl exponout of tho Japanese  conception of loyulty.  Blocking Traffic  There were times when McFee gloried in the fact tbat he was the father  of nine children, even if they, were  on the lines of the proverbial human  stepladder, but on the day when, he  was taking them out for a. walk he  felt chargrined.  He was walking along at a fairly  good gait when he was halted by a  policeman, who asked:  I say, you, what you been doln'?  Nothing,   replied     McPee.       Why?  Well what's the crowd following  you for?  A Pill That is Prized.���������There have  been many pills put upon the market  and pressed upon public attention,  but none has endured bo long or met  with so much favor as Parmeless's  Vegetable Pills. Widespread use of  'them has attested their great value,  and they peed no further advertisement than this. Having firmly established themselves jn public, esteem  they now rank without a peer in the  . list . of   stnnrlard   vegetable   preparations .  A Bad Slip  The barber (unaware that he has  the honor of attending Professor Van  Blinkbottle, the world-famous violinist)���������Really, sir, you ought to have  just a little more off, or people will  take you for one of them fiddlers.  THE   MINERAL   SPRINGS   SANITARIUM  PHONE ST.'JOHN 1024, WlNKiS-C. ELMWOOD,  We are  having the greatest cuceeu in treating; the following diica _n --Rhaimatinn, Sciatica, NaTToaa.  Trouble*, SasdwcIi, Kidney, Lhrer Csmpiainta, Skin DUeaaea, Co���������tipatioa.  Send Po������t Card Ur Proapcctoi, -.��������� if  .DR.    A.    D.    CARSCALLEN,   Superintendent. I  - ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-m  .   1  Mr T  wiin-i'mn,  ���������Wili'iipe*-.  Until Cuticura Remedies Cured Him  A Furiny 8i**m**s*L Custom.' '  They have n v������>r.v funny fashion in  Flnm.     Wheu   nn  Inferior  cohich  Into  j tbe presence of a  superior be throws  j himself   upon   the  jrrotind.    Thou   tb������  Hiiperlor  Kendi*  one  of   hi*-*  tttteiidniitt*  forward  to wee whether the prostrnte  mnn has been enting anything or hn������  nny ofTenHlve odor about  him.    If he  bv blameless In thin renpect the attendant rnlHPs him from the ground, but If  he he gnllry tu������ attendant straightway*  kicks him out  Natural Query  The Old-T^mer���������Yes, sir, wo had two  Ic-.p o,v4>i>*i  ���������".!*..3 v.nt*>-.".  The Newcomor to the Country���������  That speaks pretty well for this nee-  t.ioh. I'm glad wo moved, out here.  What kind of water did you plant?  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  FirBt Club Man---Poor old JoncH  win* terribly  moan,  Second ditto���������Moan! Why l.hey, smy  that, when ho knew he couldn't recover, he tried to walk to tho como-  tcry to die, to nave bin helm tho ox-  IK'iiHi* of curling him thoro.  Thiviw wtw������ huvi- ������,uliVi������-<l lnntt ������n<l li'-ip**-  IruKly from torturitu; hi.in (.���������ruptionn will r������-u#l  With Intrrost triw letter from .Mr. '1. WlllUitit,,  115 Pacitic Avr., WjimipA-j; (tlittwl Jan. H.  Hill): "T.-.i: <...[/..,..-.. ji. .ii. i.d ,', <..-it;..'.'ij  did wuiIa nn.-lv ..ml I nm tl.ar.liful that tln-ic  U tMcti a rciTii-iiv, un������l that I trl.'������l It. Almut  three montlis n**o a. tfrrll'iln liclilna: toni-  tnenced on my I,oily. I could not unilrihtaii'l  ll. It (rrndually kti-w worse and covitm! u  lante pofiinn of niy hody. Thure wan ul������o  a nlli'ht erupt Inn of tl>t* uliln, *tort of ������ lu-sli.  1 nuneri'il t>r<-uily wiih Un- Hrlilnir mid til  tol-rht *.lm������ I hmt Hutu lili-rp. 1 irlc'd one or  two rntnii'.lt'-i uhlih dlii* no cood, t������nd tl''-n  I tried Cuttoiirn, Houp, OlnUmnt tt-ml il'-  ���������olvftit.   In nljoi.t tfii ilayu I wm romplt fly  CUI4-41.  For mor- tlian ��������� ������������������-iiprtttlon the Ciitl������ur������  ttrvai^ih1'.*  h.-.vvc   arforxtM-'.   t!;'-.  ������'p"-'1i������-M   a"i|  Allll** I i oi'Dliiii.al  lit.ni,.,... ,.4.   ..���������������...,a.     '  inir, ucnly nnd hli������<'������lliii������ nkln and ������r������lp hu-  mottl. of younjc and Old. H"l<1 hj' ''nii';.'i '������������������>  ������>id dralfi*! ������*vry'������.-li4������ri������. For a llbrral HMiniiln  ...   ..... ., t, ��������� m.   . !,,,..,������    ...-, ,,-, ���������,..     " -     .  ���������  ���������bonk on tlif* i-an- of tHfi aUlp ami trrulmrnt nf  tla aftfotlonn,  ���������iriwl  a   pontal   to  tlm   *'��������� .1 i*-r  Unit x Clii'tn. Coro., molr prop������., M (^.lurn-  . bu* Ave.. Motnoii. V. M. A.  , A   Leader's   Responsibility'  If you want to realize your importance, says Robert Burdett, just put  your finger in a bowl of water, take  it out and look at the hole. It is  said, there is very little difference between pne man and another, but that  little is very, important.  A man is said to etahd on a little  pedestal *of his own who makes the  most of what is given him. A man  who stands on a pedestal Is looked up  to���������is a leader. A leader is one to  whom some one looks for guidance.  When the guidance is wrong some one  (buffers: When the guidance is right  some one Is mado happier���������hence a  leader's responsibility.  The weight of a leader's responsibility is not determined by the prominence of his leadership. It Is of little uuuci'i'n to him whether he be a  guide block to receive ropes or a driving wheel to a great o'ngino. The Important is this, Ir he in his own place  doing his own work, filling his own  sphere, and holding his own post In  Y..a battle of llfo? It. Is of life's certain iri.'n" '"K^ absoluto dependence one  upon another.  What would bv- 'ii** tin-x^r or value of  a groat locomotive but for l.hc lire that  burns   unnoticed   beneath   the  holler?  What wouhi be tho speed ot the great  ocean   liner  but  for  the stokers  who  keep   up   the   steam   pressure?       Thn'j  full realisation of dependence nnd tho;  keen  e.oiiscioii'UHJiis  of  tho  power  ol'j  example* nro elomciils that are always  prftHoiit   when   anything  Important- Is  achieved.  Meddlesome People  Mules are about the most worthy  animals I know anything about. They  work hard, and live on half that a  horse requires. I never knew, a  mule to kick anyone, or run away,  yet no'one ever looks at a mule without saying. 'Whoa there!'  What He Would Say  His Riverence���������-What have you  done with the pij you, stole from Widow Ryan?  Murphy���������Killed it an* ate it, yer  riverence.  His Riverence���������-Ah, Murphy, whatever will you.be able to ������ay when you  are brought face to face with Widow  Ryan and the pig on Judgment Day?  Muhpry���������Oh, I'll just say: Why,  Mrs. Ryan, there's your pig.���������The  Sketch. .  Castor oil is said to be the heat  medicine there Is. Curiously enough  it Is tho worst to take.  Nuff  Said  And you like chicken, Sam?  Gee!   Ah  certainly does,  boss,  v And you get Yem once in a whiler  Oh. sure,: boss."    Ah gets'em.  How do you get 'em gam?  Well, boss, you know dat ol' say in*"  Love will find de way.  Not Now  Who'_    the " rummy    you'v*"!    just-  brought in?  inquired  the police sergeant.  He says- he's    a congressman,    re--  eponded the patrolman. .  What district?  I asked 'im that an' he said he .was-  a congressman at large.  Well, he Isn't! snapped the sergeants  Look him up!  A new play Is entitled: Thou Shalt-  Not.      The sentiment is not usually  expressed   so   elegantly.       Don't  do4*  that' is a more common way of say--  ing the same thing.  W. N. U. ������\*    _  - '. ���������      ' -*r        Aw  A Uaeful  P*>ra*|r������ph. I  Bingleton   <i***i'dlHK������������-lt   |������   sold   that  th**- lout word In on firctiment ta ofteu '  tbe mont daiiKeront*.  Wwlderly���������Would   you   mind   i-Hting  ine have Hint pnper?  Singleton��������� Wbut do yon want It for?  WeddPrty--! wunt to nbovr thnt pwra-  i rarrupb to mv wife.  Pretty Lorn** ������t Tlmeo.  "I believe  innicaty  pnya hi the lone  ! r'.:*i."  i    "Bo do I.    Rut 1 often wlidi It wi-ro  not -inch n rn'irhty lone run���������"-* 'hlenjro  Hecord-Herald.  I He Didn't Caur.1.  Mr.   'llmhi   ilituMrind   a   voice   at   *  a.    irl.l- I    Ullim.   lU'lll.    linn    itinii'    I..   a>  m-mari In ib* rt������������ii*ii������. Wife 'aoorn-  f fnlly'���������Nut In thi������ i*ootii.---Loudoa  1 Mlietck.  Bill waa Game  TH11 had been, attending a banquet  ol' his lo.lgo. It was onrly when ho  got. hoin**���������very o������rlyr.-*alonK about  5.^0 a.m. He didn't know how In  I bunder lie could explain It to Mrs.  Ttlll. So ho took off bin nhnos and  tiptoed very carefully.  Hut. Mr*, lllll heard him. What  lime did you got, homo last nl'vlit? nlie  'Liked ulooplly. About twelve, he  :i'.i!"."i'rort hurriedly.  What  are  you  getting  up ho  early'  I'm*-.' united  Mrs.  Wil.  Hill was all In for Bleep, hut he  ���������ii'ohc lo tbo occasion. My tooth Is  aching llko fury and I'm going over  l.o the drug ntore. to get iiometlilng  for tt. lie H'lld. putting on lib) ������lioe,j  again.  Thnt Wan All  A WcMteru farmer, a Dane, applied  for naturalisation paporH. The judgo  asUod hlin: Aro you satisfied with  tho general conditions of tho country?  Van, drawled tho Dane.-  Does the tlovorniuont suit you?  querlod tho Judge.  Yaw, yas, only I would like to hog  more,  rain,  replied  the  farmer.  n\  jtfr* n* aB>*mV% "xTfa AUAT,.������  m\ ^ti^ja. vt jr_?iLw v.'.u%  Tr*Atl sof, li| -  Mop smenj  ICATlS PAW IlUBBEft SOLtS  Ewhody tfe* fi*i������uih������d famtutiom  ���������of C������k^i������ Vmw ������������*i!3-     i., _.  ''ffiiv.'.'j.WAW^I.I.'i'.Ti mimimmmimnmlll WHmmi m  ., lie wuh vory all'ablo and free wiili  hla opinlonrt, wan thin young man, hut  that wiir> about all bo was I'roo with,  To tho man who had eanled hin not*  unheavy bag'to the Uttlo counlTynldc  t-tatlon he had given one wholo nickel.  Notwllhslniidlni.', the forlorn look on  lhe niiin'H fiU'i:, he .sllll com lulled .to  ���������'���������'lit In im eimy tniinnei*.  I (ihall never ferj.et, he continued,  the hi.lcL~.dor of thi* scenery whon I  wuh III Switzerland. It wuh nn ed-  iii'utlon to <iee the mm rise, tipping  ine  mnn   wiili  ki'ih  Ah. lnlerrupied the man who had  inlli'd with bin li'if.'. Tbi'tn 'lllw was  tiii'.kler than >u������*,  weren'l   they'.'  mmwimummmmm.m Wl    ���������   ' .     , , ,        ..  . ,     J ...   ' i,     .        ....     111 .. i.,  ���������   ��������� li     n,     >>'������������������ ���������     '"���������      k'-* m  11 ' thing. 1 onco beard an Inventor Hay.TI  fl i w.mhl havfl I In; grfiileyt. Invention In  |    iin. world.      That ono lltilo thing Ih  J|    th������  trouble  In  every man'ii life.  UIHlKlliMlllill  rffi;r--;rr-f4l'[->iiiiiiriiieaiMiiiiiiii_t������iai^---  mt*am%fmmummmimmmv^  in  M������taw������  'llll iiii>i������h.������mi������wiIiwi  ���������mmm, ammili iiimiiw 11  niiniiiaii.1 m,iwiia.iii  MMM mmmwmam  ". tc,  THE    CRESTON ^REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B. C.  :_c  George S.  Lyon  I Tongue Twisters  Now th:et thev are talking of having      _������������������   _-���������,   ��������� _   a  department  for  stammerers  under  remarkable   career   ln   the   world   of ' ihe management of the Board of Ed-  salve onto yo������f child's sfcinf     |  a������._ ' :_   '**        ���������~JJA_A_a-     _^tit   ������"*ii'_4*_?_[ __  jt passes tnrougju ������**������������������������ iwi"  and entcw the blood, just  ss sturrly ?s if yo-tt p-ut it  isxto'thr child's stomach? ,  Yote wouW not put a  coarse mass of animal fatf  colored Bf vsrioys -mineral  poisons   (such    as   many  *.*..Am cai-'ra  ���������*r������_l tntn    Xttl-IXT  V. WMW   *,mf. * . m  .' .mj   .... ���������        .  ���������  ��������� o .  child's blood hy way of the  M-omach ? Then why do  so by way of the pores?  ��������� ~r.i,m -ti������ -jjfr. U;s afe'sy s th������*.  pun*. herbal e*8<nc<s provided in  Zam-Buk. : Z m-B*ik contains  _o trc.ee of any animal oil or fat,  and no poisonous miaer_l col r-  iag matter. From start lo finish  it is purely herbal.  It will beal-.soKs, uker3/absc������s-  #������, eruptions, varicose v\tzxs>  cuts, burns and bruises mere  quickly than any otae? fopwn  preparatioas It Is ������v ti.eptic������  quickly stops the snaastir.g oi a  Cure or cut, cures -piLs, iofiamed  sore* and blood-polsonin?. It is a  combinaiicn of healing powerand  sport, having won high" renown iu  ci icket as well as in golfing circles,  a feat .which is seldom accomplished,  for the style of awing ? required tor  success vfttii the bat. is seldom conducive to proficiency with the club.  On six previous occasions Lyon has  been amateur champion of Canada���������  in 1898, 1900, 1903, 1905, 1DG6 and  1.907; As the winner of the championship three years in succession,  Lyon won outright the Aberdeen  trophy. In 1904 and again in 1910  he was "runner up for the amateur  championship, being also runner up  for the open championship in the latter y^ar. In -1904, Lyon was the  Olympic champion at St....Louis. He  has* had considerable success, too, in  the English amateur championship.  He got as far as the fourth round in  the competition at Prestwick, in 1905,  when he was "knocked out on -the last  green by the late George Wfllrie. In  the 1908 championship at Sandwich  he completed five rounds of the competition.       ,  Lyon's cricketing feats,, also, are no  less remarkable. He holds the Canadian batting record, wlthv the huge  score of 238, not out���������a feat accomplished 17 years ago; and never equall-  pd. - He whs captain" of the Canadian team which opnosed Lord Hawke's  XI, and also led the national combination which met the TJn.ited States.  The veteran athlete has also numerous, Tether international honors to his  credit.  It Is seventeen years since the  champion commenced golf, and his  style is still typical of that engendered by the old gutta-percbi* Yall of  those days. Mr. Lyon was dom in  Richmond, Ontario, in 1858, and was  educated at the local grammar school  there.  "-.-.cation, pome people are wondering  what will be taken as the limit which  shall mark a stammerer from a person  who has only ah occasional stutter on  certain words.        '  If anything of the kind is done it  is probable that some learned doctors  will devise a system of tests for the  ppwersybf speech, just as.they dd now  , fcr the powers of sight  Some day  v/e may see children asked to stand  *ip and repeat something like this:���������  She selli sea-shells on the seashore,  The shells she sells are Bea shells,  I'm sure.  So  if  she  sells   sea  shells  on   the  ..-';.. seashore,  Then  I'm   sure  she  sells   seashore  shells  Here   Is   another   one   that   should  prove an excellent test of a    smooth-  running tongue::  Kimbo Komble kicked bis kinsman's  kettle  Did Kimbo Kemble kick his kinsman's  kettle?  If Kimbo Kimble kicked his kinsman's  ' '    kettle  vVhere _ the    Kinsman's    kettle,   that  Kimho Kemble kicked?  ..ARTICLE ���������������������������SOl;  EVERYWHERE  Simple and Sure.���������Dr.- Thomas'  Electric Oil is so simple in application  that a child can understand the instructions- Used as a liniment the  only direction is to rub, and when  used as a dressing to apply.: The  directions are so plain and unmistakable that they are readily understood by young or old.  _-I A;-J-  m.f.m.1..  ha.vs orovtd it.  Ai'r l*hf\������5 ' -f��������� llA  Jill dru.(istf������t. and tloret 50c box or  Zam-BukVo., Toronto,forpries.  SHOULD BE IN YOUR HOME  .<m  Canadian Northern S, S.. Ltd,.  Where Ignorance is Bliss  A student of the works of English  novelists has declared  that  Scotland  is- still an  uij���������nowii- jann  to most. o.  them.      They make a mess of it when  I they attempt tbe dialect or introduce  j allusions    (social,    topical,     general 1  about what,  they  are  still  pleased  to  term the land o' cakes.  One, for example represented a  character as singing a Jacobite song  and accompanying himself oii-the bagpipes.       Another 'introduced an organ  \ill w ciy s>    caiiGii,    ui    ^w^;. .ac.    ���������     i..I^L     _  whistles), into a Free Kirk within ten  years of the Disruption of 1843. whilst.  a third required several hours to transport his hero from Edinburgh to Leith.  Rather Thin  Two men. -one of them very, short,  were passing through a' station toward the train gates, when the bigger  one was heard to say:  I've took a half ticket for ye, George,  yer so little ye'll pass all right  But, protested George, how about  my beard'- And he twiddled his thin  beard nervously. ...--'  Oh. .rejoined tbe other, tell 'em it's  a mole.  jproppn  |rpr?:imaKir_r sot  |r_j|i_^i>������i.i___;!i',j. ;������'i'"Lg i ^".'I'z'Ix'iL''  ii<ii������iiini.'|iiiii|  dis i ~  sinks  iiiiiiiilUlnitiiit  [|.ii|HI!.������ll!llll'     ���������  iii'ipiiii'iiiii'i  ��������� i  |l!!lll|HI|llli|||lll|ll|l',|]n!llilll|!ll|llil|ll|i||l|ll|li|ll!!|.   _.:__������_iii___'  !_\  COMPANY  L. I MITED,  TORONTO.ONT.  Amusing Ads  Like the funny answers given hy the  school child, which have become  known as howle-s, the advertisements  in dailv papers are often ex;-en e'y  though unintonti _aiiy funn..'. In trc-?'..  afivertisem*---ats the meaning is U5u.il-  I* clear, Lut th<-������ construction has given a funny turn fi the idea expressed  ��������� A clothing house advertised: Blue  men's striped shirts at -39 cents.  The Want advertisement column appears the richest field of fun as is  shown by the following advertisements, many of which appeared ia  Canadijjm papers:  Wanted���������A waitress to sleep at  home; no Sunday worjj.  Wanted���������An experienced man to  run a.saw mill out of town.  A young lady wishes her passage  tp;, Europe. Willing to take care of  children: and a good sailor.  Wanted,  for  Methodist church,  an   organist,   and   boy   to   blow   the  same.  Wanted for Alberta, a man to take  care of horses who can speak German.  -. .   "...  Wanted���������Women to sew buttons on  the.^top flat of the building.  Wanted, a dog by a young man  with pointed  ears.  Wanted���������Experienced    nurse  bottled baby.     ~    j^  wanted���������A   boy7to   be  inside  partly outside the store.  _     .-.,       _U.������r'^it.,,L..  ^_s_____^__Sg__&_-_^-^^aaa__������ ���������  To iMako S^OO Per l^onth |  Sximrnxxxa.  for  and  Said the man in the aisle to the man  sitting down: You ought to stand up  and give that seat to me. I am  the tiredest man in America. I have  .iust. taken part in a 60-mile motor-  paced bicycle .-'race'.' ���������'''���������*���������  Said the man in the seat to the man  in the aisle: You have nothing on me  in the line of exhaustion. Maybe  you rod, the race, but.I sat and watched it.  l!M������ut,2000;fflitfn;gS?SS;5-Sft_|  j Rawlefeh's Medicines, Extracts. Spicea, Soaps. I  I Toilet Articles, StocH and Poultry Prcpara-1  j tion3, Polishes. Etc. Our Company, Indepen-1  j dent. Competitive. Prosxessive; Greatest Buy-!  linir, Manufacturjnjr, Diatribatin_ and Sellingr I  J Organization in North America, makes largest |  I and most complete line, all sold direct to farm-1  (era. Established 18 years. Capital and Re-J  j sources over '$2,000,000. Canadian salesmen i  j cupplictJ from our bijr netr factory at Winnipeiir l  ��������� -no duty or lone haul freight to pay. Quick I  jsei-vice. Total floor space fn factories andj  j-warehouses over 10 acres. |  I Uf 4i Mmar til_ nt ������i"> ma-n !a **���������& nnoecaplcd local-)  I W9������ BW If* -185 Uy to U'.v {ull'oliftiv of oil _'.W- j  lories to fanners and others from Vwagon Eltuilar to thol  jono-bolov.-; In short, a. man ahlo to tAk������ full _i4Igo of I  I everrthlnic pertaining to our business in hla dl-itrict Koti  I every man can llll this position nor can vro cEord to con-j  1 tract -with ono who is too cxtravAgant or too olii or tool  I young. We wtintto hear from mon who hnvo beer, fatrlyl  I mieRnsAfal-.hnnest, Industrious men who will be satisfied I  I to mako not loss than  $100 Per Month Clear Profit  [above expenses tho fint year. S1GOO the socond ye������r,  land $2400 the third year.  I    It you, ar������ fairly well acquainted la your locality n.n_  sihink you =.-a fill tlio position, losorio time in wntlnr t������*  \tovpflrticular_as wo are how  rapidly filllnc  all Va-nant   j terrlt-jry*   AVo do not want to hear from men nnder 2L or H  I over 60 years of ogo.   To get this pnnitlon ia man mast bo  a able to furnish 1 or 2 horses to conduct the business, aUo  ��������� food business nii>n. aa. xtiZcY(jna.s. .If you caUaUut ihevtiH  I these* requirements do not write; it you can meet thorn, B  I write us; you aro tho monwearo lo*>l*:intfor. The position M  j pays bip. is honourable and peruianent. S  | The W.T. RawSelgh Medical Company |  i~fobteh3-CHCMiare - MANorACTonrno        m  1S   6uonsll_SU    WINNIPEG, ___AS   _|   g  What Education May Do  Abraham Lincoln walking fifteen  miles across country to borrow a  volume of the statutes of Illinois and  then-reading it. by the light of pine  Iviiots is a striking contrast to the  conditions that exist in this era of  public schools, public libraries and lecture courses. The road to education  is an easy one today. There is little, excuse for the one who neglects  it.  -"3*SSt8������-"**"**������gg-7  rtaWTm -^Biwiw-^" nrrrrfl'  *a*ifsr*������A  r__ggK__S__^^_^^__^____g  CANADA TO ENGLAND  m*    SKortesl mute to London end continent on   12.000  H       ': Ton noatJjfrPajaoe*'--*   *v-     "  H Next StdUngs  from Montreal  Jgj     ���������    "ROYAL GEORGE" Oct. 16th. Nov.  13tb  "ROYAL EDWARD" Oct. 30-J,  Xmas Sailings���������From Halifax  "ROYAL EDWARD" Nov. 27th  "ROYAL*GEORGE" Dec. llth  Further information from any raii  Ior steamship agent,  or wiite.  A.   H.   DAVIS, Gen. Agent. .  272 Main Street. -.-... ���������'���������vyj"jiPfj8  ,S_gfi*rtW*'*w"1������**mriTT'Y^^  SUFFERED      FOR        TWENTY-FIVE  YEARS AND COULD GET  NO  RELIEF  The most, obstinate corns and warts  fail to resist Holloway's Corn Cure.  Try .it..  __g^!____S-J_3____|da������*s-   Tl.cn they sell at  A a bisr profit.  J0hicmz&oxA Ifoarfcorses*   Why nots'etaboti'.soi  'fs __r -__ ___ ja f~~m n 3 ^  -~  m\ ������s=a wm ens. ^m m m "f^  S9g3av8sa. 5Sssr������  At a recent birthday party a young  lady began a song:      Y  The autumn' days have come; ten  thousand leaves are falling.  She began too high. Ten thousand���������she screamed and the-n stopped.  Start her at five thousand* cried ah  auctioneer who \va3 present.  She (flattering with eyes and'.voice)  ���������Arthur dear, I find we will need a  few things to make our little household more serviceable.  He���������Well, what is It now?  "She���������Weil, for instance, we need a  n'e-'A'  DAW PITD season is rapidly approaching.  ������VT������ *������ Ji uix^ Have you decid-sl where to  market your collections.  Toronto is the chief Fur manufacturing centre of Canada. Do business direct and set the fid1 value for your  skins. ��������� r  Prompt cash for your consignments,, large or small.  Write now for out trade news letter to be issued soon.  ISASIER ������ CO.. Dent. C.  Address  86 Front St., East,  Toronto. Ontario  Now '. Tells' ef"the-:;WonderfiH--Resu1ta  Obtained by the Use of  ;'������'���������-"  ������L  C  uno  EDUCATION PAYS  Look about you and see how trained  ���������brains win better salaries than trained  muscles.      We ti^iin young men  .^.nd women to use their brains in business .      They succeed.        Why    not  you?      We invite you lo write for a  "*opy of our curriculum if you want a  .good training for a business office or  wish to become a competent telegraph  -operator.     Write W, H. Shaw, President,  Sbaw's  Schools,   Toronto,  Canada.  Nostalgia  . Mr. Farraway���������Were you homesick  -while you were abroad?  Miss Bee|iobroad���������Only while going  .over and c_nilng back. Then I was  ���������.awfully homesick for tho land.  Strike  Situation  More  Favorable  The Department of Labor's rocord  -.shown the Influence of labor disputes  upon Industrial conditions during August to have boen not bo serious as during July,M!owor disputes being record-  mm. A      **rm     I %1J      *-������**��������������� I ���������*��������� ** ���������**������ If, /*��������� f\ A   %%      I**> *\ mm *-. tj ������ #-a *V* mm, ���������*������ *���������  1+saX    IVIi    -���������������    ij<i,������M|,yj.lWU * m,*ix    X���������**jjJ* v* t xJlUVJaal,  too, over July coudltioiiri Ih seen in  ���������the faot. that of the noventeon iIIb-  jiiiten -which oommoncod during Aug-  list a delltiito torminutlon ocourrod in  tho case ot olovon. Traiiaportatloii  in dlfforont Boctlons was considerably  intorforod with by ntrlkoa; thoHowore,  , howovor, of Bliort, duration In inost  ciibob and oondltlotiB wore gonorally  normal towardn tho end of tho month.  About 0,600 omployooa woro Involved  tn trad j dlBputeu during AuguBt.  Sciatica, neuralgia and sciatic rheu  matism are the result of a rundown  nervous system. For this reason  all treatments must necessarily fail  which do not: build up the nervous  system. -  Mr. Collins suffered for twenty-five  years and never was able to obtain  aatisfactory treatment until he began  the use of Dr. Chase's Nerve Pood  and Kidney-Liver, Pills. While the  Nerve Pood forms new blood and restores the exhausted nervous system,  the Kidney-Liver Pills invigorate the  action of kidneys,  liver and  bov/el-.  Mr. W. T. Collins, Morpeth, Ont.,  writes: "It affords me pleasure to  be able to speak favorably of two of  Dr. Chases' medicines���������the Nerve  Pood and Kidney-Liver Pills. I had  been a sufferer for twenty-five years  from sciatica, lumbago and neuralgia  and tried almost all the medicines I  could hear of, without one particle of  benefit, until I commenced to use Dr.  Chase's. I noticed an Improvement  before I had used two boxes, and the  benefits obtained by continued uso  have been -wonderful. I have so  much confidence in these two medicines that I have recommended them  to dozens of my friends, and I have  yet to hoar of a single case in which  they failed to give satisfaction.  Dr. Chase's medicines aro for sale  by all dealers, or Kdmanaon, Batea &  Co., Limited. Toronto.  Wanted���������Flat for manufacturer,  about J.O feet long and  40 feet wide.  Apartments wanted ��������� Bed-Sitting  room wanted by gentleman with folding doors.  Room wanted by a student with  light and heat.  Rooms wanted (3) by young CQuple  with  both  kinds  of  gas.  Wanted���������Good milch cow by an elderly  iady .with-short horns.  In an English paper there apoeared  under the heading, "Startling News,"  the following: Corns cured after suffering" twenty-one years with-������������������Corn  Cure.  !R  and be reads-to cure c__ of Curb. Spavin, Splint.  K Riiizkone.    Uony    GrowU-.s  or  R lameness     irom     bruises /Z"^*'"^.       74 :  Q  or    other    causes?       Thou-/  S sands of other Farmers'are ������1o- j  ine it���������have been d^iris it i>r f     n.      ���������   "' -'��������� ������*���������:  over :  on*'  Bscchowmuch itwillsaveor / l������iitt''i'>ot\.  g-iruifee far v<n,.-   At drva-  I .-'<iaw_ i. ti-iV���������      -  1 0sts$labottle:6forfr. Jf������*UboJ?ur<:'=*ct,r-  a' A'le  your   d_s<-'st-!<-r  '��������� f-    T-    '" -.     a -   Y-  *** book. "Tre-ise on the   / C*r^'?tl>a?r''i',e''--<*1  Horse.'"������r write lo        / V-J0 c?"-'e  Dre.__.������rr:M-������������._ ���������U.^^S* **w''_;i.  K^&f������������__ "f'R������S)ts������rs rati*. titi^^Bm. "''  t^SS-^,,raSS������Ti'������n^^  Me Forgot  My dearY would you have time to  sew a button  on for me before you  go? '     ������������������;. ..-'���������/  I've told you before, Alfred, Jane  will do it. for you. Please remember  you married a typewriter, not a sewing machine.  Optimism  An optimist is a man who expects  his      underclothes    to:  be    properly  equipped with buttons when they como  back from the laundry.   . -y���������  Escaped  Scorcher (to country artist engaged  In painting a landscape)���������-Hather rum  copy, ain't it? I expected to find  some artists here. I started to come  yesterday, but I broke my chain.  The Artist '(not in a very pleasant  mood)���������Oh, indeed, and have you bitten anyone yet?  '-' -" "'"���������     "���������"���������'" ''���������'���������������������������     ' "' "'  ���������' '    i  >yawiHi_*w!aaiHifa_^^  IliU  ir a on sbIm  WHS  W II B  n  i -i-U'Vu.  Carterhall,  Nfld.  Minard's Liniment Co.? Limited.  Dear Sirs,���������While in the country  last summer I was badly bitten by  mosquitoes, so badly that I thought  I would -e disfigured for a couple of  weeks. I was advised to try your  Liniment to allay the irritation, and  did so. The effect was more than I  expected, a few applications completely curing the irritation, and prevent-  in*? the bites .from becoming sore.  MINARD'S LINIMENT is also a good  artich-Tto keep off the mosquitoes.  Yours truly,  W.A.V.R..  ,..���������Vo;vv<?,, -  ,>>/-���������'PILL ������������������  The  Human Yardstick  Golly,   but  I'b   tired!   exclaimed   a  tall aiid thin negro, meeting a .short  and    stout    friend    on    Washington  street.  Whnt you been doing* to get tired?  demanded the oilier.  Well, explained the thin one, drawing a deep breath, over to Brother  Smith's dey are measuring de house  for some now carpets. Dey haven't  got no yawdstlck and I'b Just exactly  six feet tall. So to oblige Brother  Smith, I'b boon a layln* dow,n and a-  gettin* up all'over delr house.  \ \ ���������**:���������,���������'s.v.*,;s:'-v'  mmjm%mar*\%tiB  ^^m^ZZmimm  ^^^^tBmmimm*  ' 1"i. U . ' >-:'f'|l">'"-',  W*A1t%r   "n^**r***"Ha7*^  JLtJU** '  BOc. ������ box or ������lx boxe* for $2.50,  at all denlerd, or The Oodd* Medl-  mfmm.    /",   >,..i<t,      (   lv*.|j*������l "Tm.mf.rn.Xf.  Cfti-indn.  II  'Mmmnm  Baatm  ���������^i****"''-  W. N. U. 018  To Bar -uffragettes  Thu Intimation of tho Kngllfth Biif-  fragottes that they may como to Canada and Inaugurato horo practices Blm-  ilar to thono that In tho Old Country  havo annoyed thoir opponents without  furthering thoir own cauao, haa evidently lot' our Tfodornl Onvommont to  oon'^ler tho prbpoBod invuBlon, Judging trom the roport.H from Ottawa, announcing that tho Buffragotti-H will bo  barred out an undoalrablos.  Tho immigration laws ub woll aa tho  public domain, fall within tho JurlH-  dlotion of tho' Department of tho Interior, and it, thoreforo will bo tho  officers of thlB Dopartmont who Will  havo tq otand on tho wliarvoo of our  Atlantic porta and along our southern  frontlor raid turn back tho militant  advocatos of "voU*������ tor women."  roaelbly a ouffragotto with a record  ���������ono who haa rondorod tho caiiBo diB-  tinguiflhod aorvleo by Bmaflhing win-  clows or attempting arson, who ban  boon in courta and poHBlbly In prison  and who haH wuffored martyrdom by  retiming to eat���������poanlbly aucli a por-  non might, be jield to comn within the,  moaning of Iho torm 'undoiilruble,' but  boforo bolng absolutely cortaln upon  tlmt point It, would  hi* woll  to wait  .....I      l,rt������������.     ^,l,������,i      th**     4>ril,t.r.A     Jinyn     fr*  Bay about il, for It. it* morn than likely  that, If an attompt Ib mado to doport  a Buffrngotto on tin Ih ground, Iho oa������������  will got Into tho ootirtn, boforo it Ih  UltlllUlJUil Ul", .Hill Hii.u> ill HHiUi: lAUtll  (\f l>������.rll������������m4in'f  firo ���������������*<  wiiVofrAlv Jim ���������I,"! I**.'  by the courtii that thoy ncareoly know  thwrnaolveH when the match le eon*  oludoh.  /  HARD    TO SEE  Even When the Fnotn are Plain  It is curious how pooplo will refuse  to believe what ono can clearly aee.  Tell tho avorago man or woman  that tho Blow but cumulative poisonous effect of caftolpo���������tho alkaloid in  tea apd. coffee-���������tonds to weaken tho  heart, upaot the norvoua system and  caiiBO IndlgoRtlon, and they may laugh  at you If thoy don't know tho factn.  Provo it by BOlonoo or by practical  demonHtratlon In tho recovery of toa  and coffee drinkers from tho abovo conditions, and a-Jargo por cent, of tho  human family will Bhrug their Bhoul-  dorn, tako uomo drugs and���������koop on  drinking ton or coffoe.  ���������'Coffoo nevor nfirood with mo nor  with Bovoral momherfl of our household." wrltoB a lady.  The   Last  of' the   Mona   Lisa  The following from  the Paris correspondent of "Truth" throws an interesting light on the scandal of the  Louvre���������the loss of Mona  Lisa.  I think I have at last learned the  truth as to the fate of the Gioncohdo.  It is melancholy news: iasclate ogni  speranza.' We .shall never again see  Leonardo da Vinci's famous pictur^.  One might wish it had been stolen for  then there would have been hope for  its reappearance. The fact is, I  learn, that it never left the Louvre;  It perished thej-e. A photographer's  employee, wishing to avenge himself  on the world at large for what he  thought his wrongful dismissal, imagined a piece of sabotage worthy of  a twentieth century Herostrates; he  spread the contents pf a phial of sulphuric acid oyer the portrait of Mona  Lisa.  Prom another source I have heard  further particulars, T do not vouch  for them with the same certainty but  regard them, iieverLhelesb, aa highly  probable. The vitriol outrage on tho  Gioconda was committed a year or  two before the world learnt of the  the!'.*.. The picture supposed to have  boc*5 stolon was. in fact, a copy. Aa  long as there was any hope of restoring the original tho substitute was  loft in the familiar frame under a  glass pane. This piece of plato glass  was inserted a year or two before the  theft. Whon all hopea of restoring  tho original were given up, and when  certain visitors wero beginning to  whlspor thoir doubts about tho picture undor tho glazed frame tho substitute waa taken out and very likely  thrown Into tho fire. Possibly the  original panel, a worthless piece of  wood, met tho name fate.  efvant to  In this "Gas Power Age", the EATON Gasoline. Engine stands out  as a leading example of .simplicity and excellence.  There is scarcely a limit to' the ways in which a gasoline engine  can help you around the farm, and you will find it hard to locate an  engine sold at anywhere near the price which will do the work as  satisfactorily as the EATON,  .You can -se this Engine to driven a fanning mill and so avoid  elevator dockage; you can do your own chopping; you can pump  water all ?*>y at a dost of one gallon of gasoline. It will turn the  washing maohine or the cream separator, and it is the very engine  for a sawing outfit.  1  ami  1  doprosBOB and croatoB a fooling of  lit.iKUor and heaviness. It was only  by leaving oft coffoo and uulng PoBt-  um that wo dlnoovorod the cauao and  way-out of thouo 111b.  "The only roaoion, T am nnro, why  Pontum la not u������ed allogothor to tho  oxoliiwlon of ordinary coffoo Ih, many  poi'HonB do not know and do not Boom  willing to loam the facto and how  to proparo thin nutritive beverage.  Thoro'ii only ono  way���������according to  4lM^n.lnn. l..sl*l     'A     ...%,.. 4   4 ^.lH,.l-  U.r> v't.".������M        ./l.i.    >!.    4I.II>        x ������������������        .niuuiun,  Then il In dollolouB." Nam- nivon  by Canadian Pontum Co., Windnor,  Ont. Road the Uttlo hook. "The  Iload to Woll ville," in pkgs. "Thoro'a  a it'iuiuu. '  IPi/iai.    rmmrt   t*n������    ���������l^yi*    \mHmr? a  new one appear* frori time to tlmo.  They are Genuine, true and full' of  h I'll an Intereot.  According lu dlapatchcn from Edmonton, t'ontrnotn for the material required In tho construction of the  Grand Trunk Paclflc'ii now $1,500,000  hotel ln that plaoo during tho coming  yoar, will tihortly bo awarded by Mr.  Md. Wllmann of tho Canadian Stewart Co,, of Montreal who haa secured  tondora from a numbor of local firms'.  Tondcra from ftrma in Winnipeg and  I Toronto havo alno to bo considered.  "It oiiorvatnH.   IQxoavntlon Ih expected    to    be    com-  The low-tension ignition of tho EATON Engine ia tho ttimplest In  use. You need not be an electrician to understand the wiring. Tho  governor la simple and accurate. Boarlnga are heavily babbited.  Engine Ib hopper cooled. Slmploat typo of mixer. Tho time-tested  poppet, valve syfltom is used.  Tho EATON Engine is shlppod on akldn all roady to work. Eaoh  Engine is supplied with batteries, upark coil, night feed, oil cup and  compression groaBo cups, gasoline tank, starting crank, plain bolt  pulley, and a eupply of cylinder oil, tog������th"or with necessary tools.  moncod within the next fow daya. Tho  opcclflcatlona call for 12,000 barrcln of  cement, 0,000 yards of sand, 10,000  yarda of gravel and 1,500,000 bricko.  Tho contracts for mlllwork, plumbing,  boating and ventilation, roofing, ohoot  metal work and iron work will alno  bo awarded ln the unar future.  Aftor a woman has married a man  to reform him nnd Rurccofls, lt conic  tlmoB hanponB that anothor woman  eo*m������-*H along nnd bpoIIh all tho good  work with a iirnllo.  PRICES  Ctt. Ha.  Hon*  May. par  Salnplaj;                       SU������ ul Polity  IVIm  Pawar  Mlaal*  Walfht              DUn.  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AAllltl       Ml       LIU  ���������aaaasr*^ ���������    WIH    X>  UMITl������  ���������  I  No, flovoral of tho prlrnonora objootod  on tho ground that It wasn't included  J ln thoir aontcncei.  WINNIPEG  CANADA  I  ������������������~������������������*������������������  tt,MmwA,i4,U������HMimi������I.MIIIII!MIMt  imwmmmmmmmmmmmwMtimMm  mmm*  timmmmfti  mmm  ,-iV-ii .,  tititiyy:0ti^y;;:yy.:^^  ';���������.'���������:..;.' ;,,,   ���������" ..' "���������    ��������� ti:    ,.   .." ���������"���������'.'   ' V' -     ���������"-" ���������������������������'��������� f' ������������������;''.':;'���������- ' ���������'"'        ���������   ���������'- "���������'   ��������� ���������   ':���������   i*-     '.-'���������-���������  ���������������������������-Y' *,   ������������������-���������'   ���������-*���������:���������*��������� "."**    -       Y-,--���������   ���������,'.--     . . - ���������      ���������   -'���������-'      ��������� -���������:'--'���������'-- -'������������������-��������� ���������'   * ���������  THE    QttBSTON    REVIEW,    CRF.STOV      r?   r  **___  he L,teston ^xXevieR>  Published every   Friday at Creston, British Columbia, foythe Oreston Print-  ng'tmd'Publishing Company, Ltd.  vv.  Editor aud. Manager  cir  The Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of tbe Oreston ^sUsy* .  dilating ia nearly one thousand homes throughout, tbe Creston distsiot and j  -caching out in a broad manner into other communities. Onr advertising rates  are based bn the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary Printers* Board of Trade.  Land purchase and laud lease notices, $7 for statutory time. Display advertisements. $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issue  and 5 cents per line in succeeding weeks. Subscription rates $2.00 a year in  advance. Our columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of local interest and the welfare of the community.    Contributions must bo brief and  a$w f dr mmm  V^iy ya      b vn      -^mi- as B m v v B  Tf.  r-Qeiei^  -urft ������.������,-*  Mrs. Larson and daughter of the  Tahk Hotel left on Monday last foi*  Spokane where they will take in the  fair, and from there Mrs. Larson is  going to Soap Lake Springs for a few  "areoks for tbe good of her health*  One of the young ladies of the Salvation Army of Oranbrook while  -visiting the I_ing Lvunber Company's  eamp at Yahk on last Friday, had a  ���������very narrow escape from what might  have resulted m a serious accident.  While she and the foreman, Mr. Cul-  lion were returning from the logging  camp on a trolley car a distance of  three miles and a very steep grade,  they ran into an open switch at a very  high rate of speed, derailing the car  and piling everything in a heap. As  it happened the young lady only received a few slight bruises and a  sprained ankle. The young lady was  immediately hurried to the station  where she took the train to Cranbrook  where she could receive medical  attention.  Alex Rattray, engineer at the King  Lnmber Company _ raiii, iefc on  Wednesday for Spoliaue where he intends to take in the last tew days of  the fair.  The 6rst Annual Fruit Fair in the  "Yahk-Kingsgate Valley, was held at  Kingsgate on Saturday, September 2S.  The fair was a grand success. Next  year it will be held at Yahk.  Geo. McLuod of Erickson was, in  Yahk on business a few days last  Week.  Mrs. S. J. McCartney attended the  Nelson fair a few days last week, returning homo on Saturday. She says  tho fair was a grand success and a  better time could not be expected.  W. O. Taylor, C, P, It. tie inspector  at Yahk, has gone to Cranbrook to  look after tho Royal Hotel while the  manager.   Mr.   Rollans   is   oil   on   a  vacation.  Mrs. Charles Nelson of Yakli got  third prize for her baby at the Cranbrook fair.  Mrs. E. M. Harrison aiso carried oiff  a number of prizes for needle work  A. E. Mutton has picked 250 crates  of ripe tomatoes from 600 plants.  This is a record that takes a lot of  be.ating.  Mr. Sparks returned from Calgary  Monday.  The survey party which has been  busily engaged ou the flats the past  month, expects to move camp at the  end of the week.  Mr. aud Mrs. Filion of Hosmer spent  the week end at tha home of Mr. and  Mrs.    Ofner.  Walter J. Cooper has inst completed the cleaving of three acres on his  ranch.  W. B. Muir came over from Corn  creek on Saturday and ineidently  took in the dance.  Land clearing is the order ot the  day. Joe Wigen, F, May and Mat  Hagen. all being busily engaged on  their respective ranches,  Victor Sanvig of Creston and  Victor Carr- and Miss Alice Carr of  Alice Siding were among those who  took in Paul Ofner _ house warming  Saturday night.  All those interested will do well to  attend a meeting to be held on Saturday night, October 5, at the home of  Mr. Mason, the object of which is to  form an amusement club for the passing of pleasant evenings during the  winter months. There will be a dance  after the meeting.  #_&  The Leading  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  X /OU will snake no Mistake  When you get off the train  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner u*p*-to-date.  Our   Guests  ���������&h   e&gain  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commer cials.  Make your living rooms cheerful for  the winter months with the aid of our  Special Stock of Papers.  Over a hundred patterns lo choose  from.  Rich Reds and Browns dominate  this seasons  Also Browns and Greens are very  popular.  Over a hundred patterns to choose  from.    Prices uery reasonable.  'c*->. i  w  B. Moran  Prop*  ���������39  _B___  f 2"i/5ZV  jy^^w^XByxcyw  creston Drug&Book a_>o.  _ a _!  BBa^mW wB^^^Bt Ef^^^ __^^^_^ ^^__^^ HI    ���������__"*���������*,   ^a aamr ^^^H^^^    ^R&     am  \m\  LbtK 9H!u i AIL  Agent   for   Serni== Ready   Tailored  i  wiui.ii*w==vjc__i2*   ^urnisnuigs*  Phone 51  ���������&:g*&&:$@_������^  i&  m  w  m  to  <_  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  All class of TURNOUTS supplied at short notice.   The latest styles of  CUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.   Saddle and pack horses ar  Speciality.  Feed for sale.      Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Co.      Horses for sale  ? Acp'.-scjq b���������, si iMA. _>ir> SaS aaawwi  receive prompt attent  ���������&   I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains  _>  W   at any hour of the day or night.   Commercial men and landseekers, will  Ijj7  vc  vs ��������� _     _. ���������    _   _ . _   _.        _   W Phone 56 Sirdar Avenue Box 14  ^-_-*������������:-������:-������;?5:-������ga:������������_;^  H= *S= McCrsath. Prop  tj_j  Mi  m\  *_'  _���������  iti)  W  ���������3  W  i  m  w  RenewaS of License  Liquor License Act (sectfon 42)  Notice is hereby given that,  on  the  first .lay of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent oi Provincial Police for a renewal  of tho Hotel License to sell Liquor  by  Retail   in   the   hotel   known   as   the  Burton Hotel, situate  at Creston,  in  the Province of British Columbia.  Dated this 1th dav of Octobor,   1012  "Tho Creston Trading Company"  William II. Johnson  Manager  Transfer of License  Amiy Miller, the government fire  warden, was down driving on Sunday  Morning.  R, M. Thompson \Yho returned last  week will start in the poultry business  in the immediate future.  The largest crowd over seen in /"cial  circles at Duck Creek was last Sati. *-  day gathered together under the roof  of Paul Offner's  new house "just to  warm things up" as Paul himself put  it.   About eight o'clock the crowd began to arrive and games were started  for tho young people and the phono-  graph brought into requisition.    At  nine o'clock Mr. Ofner and his sister,  Mrs, Filion, opened tlio danco with a  waits; and hy tho look of Paul (who  by the way is not a light weight) tho  h.nisewnrming started in dead earnest.  About midnight the good things were  served and thoy wero certainly a credit to tho ladies of the party.    Aftor  Kinging,   "He's a jolly good follow,"  tho happy crowd dispersed ovcryono  havinu had a jolly good time.  ird s i t i o n b  Referred to us the first week in August  Lumber Co., Elk, stenographer    -   -   -   $65 month  Power Co., City, Stenographer  -   -    -   $50      "  Railroad, City, Stenographer       " -   -   $75 .���������--.*���������*���������  Lumber Co., St. Maries,  Bookkeeper -   -   $75      "  Harvester Co., Moscow,  Stenographer  -   $80      "  Commission, City, Stenographer -        -   $50      "  Hdw, Co., St. Maries,  Bookkeeper     ������   $60       "  Lumber Co., Palouse, Stenographer   -   -   -   $65      "  And others. We couldn't fill these  calls. We'll have a good position  waiting for YOU when you complete  your course*  Write for Free Lesson in Gregg  Shorthand, Penmanship Booklet or  Catalog.  The Blair Business College  Firrt Avenue and Madison, Spokane  BURN'S  COMPLETE  Animai   Fertilizers  MONEY  StEmtDS  Sow Burns'Fertilizers  And Reap Dollars.  Liquor LiiX-iii-.*.' Act (mictiou 18)  Notice is hereby givt-.i that, on tho  First dny of Dcri'iiibcr noxt. application will bo made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the t-iann-  fer of tho license for the Male of Liquor  hv retail in and upon the preinisi's  known as the Burton Hotel, siluaU* at  Crc'Hlon, liritish t'ohmihiu, from  William II. Johnson to William  Arthur Heron of Creston, Hiitisli  Oolttnbia.  Dati-.l thin 4th Day uf October, 11)12.  (SioxkIi)   Wm. II. JohiiHon  I folder of LiceiiHe  (Shini'D)     Win. A. H'toij j  Applicant lor Ti''iu8l'er i *,_ nell her liounehoia eitectn on 'J'l������*iirs<  ir'or "Xiii* CiutiLun TiauIJIj^ ('ojjijj.iuy," j da>'������ Oct. 10.  A mooting of tho abovo oIobh will bo  hold at 8 o'clock on Wednesday, Oct.  0th at Mrs. Crompton'a Iioubo on Viotoria Avenue.  Call or send for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  P. BURNS & Go.  Limited  CRESTON       -      B.C.  Head Oflice  CALGARV; VANCOUVER;    EDMONTON.  This is the Wonderful New Flour  that has made such a sensation throughout Western Canada.  Made of highest grade Saskatchewan wheat, in the newest, best-equippeJ,  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.  Ho'usewives 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:  41 Let us make you acquainted with Robin Hood Flour."  It Is tho guaranteed flour*     if you aro not satisfied with lt aftor two fair tr-'als,  bhIs youi* Kt'oads*- 7**t- youi' u-ioi.o.y back.    Ha will givo St to you.  Add more wator than usual whon using: Robin Hood Flour.   Mado of suuh  hard, dry wheat, it abc .cjs moro molsturo���������produoluff a larffop, whltor loaf.  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 HILLS, Limited  Oilgary //loose Jaw  ;For Sale by CRESTON MERCANTILE CO.  Frank I {one, auctioneer, haa rcciovccl  iiiHti-iidioiiH from Mrn. O. K. AdamH  FOR SALE  Flvo noro Frnit anrl Poultry ranoh for  nolo.   CIomo to town adjoiniiif* tho mon-  ... 1 .4. . ������. H .      m.m      .ln,,l.       1.1   A-^- .. fe.     A.4.14     if.i.i...^...-      - w-       ....      ...       ........  oattlo.   HoariuK oroharil briiiK in uuod  income.      Apply owuor %   Ituviovv.  HY should you get your job p.-iiuh.g tioiic; away tiom your home town  when ii can be done here in just as neat a style us anywhere, on  as good quality of paper and at reasonable prices. We will have your  work _eady when promised. CRESTON PTG & PUB. CO.  IliMMlilBliailiMi.  ,Wttiil������aiiililu1iiiiiia  mm /
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SUPPLEMENT TO TKB C&ESTON, B. C, BEVIES'vV.
FRIDAY, OCTOBBB 4. 1U2
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For Unpaid Delinquent  Taxes in the Nelson Assessment District,
Province of British Columbia
LOTS 206 and 206A���SALMO TOWNSITE.
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Description   of   Property.
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I hereby give notice that on Saturday, the 12th day" of Octobor, 1912, at the hour of 9 o'clock a. m., at the .Court
House, Nelson, B. C, I shall offer for sale by public auction the land hereinafter set out of the persons mentioned
hereunder, for the delinquent taxes unpaid by the said persons as on the 31st day of December, 1911, and for Interest,
<:osts and expenses,  including; cost of advertising-  of  said  sale,   if  the   total   amount  is not  sooner paid. - ���
FRUITVALE  SUBDIVISION���Being  in Township 11a and 12a, Let 123$, ��roup 8.
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Greenwood, Charles, et al.
..Block 89, Tp, Ha and J2a, Lot 1236.    9.46     S2.35     $1,88
S0.20      ?3.00      Sfi.23
KASLQ& SLOCA.N RAILWAY GRANT   LANDS���Group
���   Lot .222. '"
Clark,
Burnte
Thomas   .,
& Ritchie
. ILot 3/
.Lot 4.
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Group I, Kootenay District.
Blk. 16. of Lot 222,'G.I.......   10.00
Turner, Mrs. Anthony  Lot 21. Blk. 2	
Payant, Olive Daigle  Lot 6. Blk. 3	
Mitchell,  Agnes    Lot IS. Blk. 3	
Cole, H. C.    Lot 20,   Blk.  6	
Watson, H. A ., Lots 14 and 15. Blk. 6	
MoLeod, i&Irs.   B .iLot 8.   Blk.  01	
Lindow. Carl W. Lots 1 and 2.  BJk. 12	
Stooke, S.  G. Lots 9 and 10.  Blk. 13	
ArcniDaid, c. L  ���������,..�����������.���������.�����������.��������������....���.Lot  16.   Blk.  13..................
Carpenter, Chas Lots 21 and 22, Blk. 13	
Turner,  Mrs.  Anthony   Lot  4,   Blk.   21	
Smith. .Lillian, and Seaman. Mary Lot 8, Blk. 21 	
622
.65
622
1.00
622
.25
.20
622
.38
.30
622
.40
622
.88
.74
622
.60
.40
622
.50
.40
622
.25
.20
622
.60
.40
622
.85
65
622
.25
.20
CRESTON TOWNSITE���Seing
Bast   IT.
Johnson,' j".�� K."
Blk. IS. of Lot 222, G.I..
10.00
5.00
2.50
1.30
.65
Boy,  John        .
Paschtihski,  Antonio
Johnson,  William  	
Walley,  Mary   E	
Walley,   Mary   B.   ....
Kellogg*,  Leonard G.
Kellogg,  Leonard  G.
Kellogg.  Leonard G.
Stockhammer,   Simon
Walton, ?:G. H.
Fitzgerald,  C.  Violet   .........
Huscroft, W. H,    ...... .
Edwards,   John	
Wilson,   E.^P.	
a' Qt&TSQli.    jitVCiii	
MaeKenzle. D. A.  and J. A.
Mi*<*ViRn.   fJeo.    .,.,	
Coze, B.' and Cr.	
Adamson,  G.	
Partington,   C.  T	
Bleasdell. A.  W.	
Wilkinson,   Ed.    	
Bleasdell, A. -W.  	
Bleasdell, H. T. \	
Bleasdell. W. H.	
Grafton,  Joseph	
.Blk.
.Bile
.Blk.
.Blk.
.Blk.
274.
276.
284,
285,
287,
10.24
17.11
.8715
6.235
12.84
6.06
6.06
9.53
Lot 98? ���jr��yp;!,,Kootenay District
. a^aK,"    i,   uvt So,  AprrOwp  x,   ��*..vls...... ..      -
.Blk. 228, of Lot 304, G.I., K.D	
.Blk. 231. of Lot 304. 6.I., K.D.-..'....-'
.S. Vz of Blk: 235, of Lot 304, G.I...
"     ���'"of Lot 304. Group I. K.D.
of Lot 304, G.I., K.D	
of Lot 304, Gvl., K.D.	
of Lot 304. G.I.. K.D.......
.of Lot 304, G.I., K.D..	
.The most Easterly part of Ix)t 367,
being fi chains and 25 links by 160
���chains	
..Part of Lot 367. the most Easterly
26 chains and 25 links in width of
said lot, excepting thereout and
therefrom the most Easterly six
chains and- 25 links thereof	
..Block D, Lot 526. Group I, K.D.....
,.N. %,-S.W. %, of Lot 1269, Group I,
tK"     T)       ���  ���
..Block 6? Lot ^'8V?GriJup'i[,'KJD".'.*'.".
..Part of Lot 5027, Group I, K.D	
.. Block 1, Lot 5079. Group 1, K.D	
.. Block 12, Lot 5920, Group I, K.D....
..Part of Lot 7876. Grout> I. K.D..	
..Part of Lot 787*3!, Group I,IC'D.	
..Part of Lot 7876.  Group I, K.D	
..Part of Lot 8081, Group I, K.D......
..Part of Lot 8076. Group I, K.D......
..Part of iLot S2i0. Group I, K._��	
..Lot &J00, Grouo I. Kootenay Dist..
..Lot 9401, Group I. Kootenay Dist..
..I40t 9M��, Group I, Kootenay Dist.. 160.00
..Blocks X. 2, 4,  S.  6 and 7.  of  Lot
9403, Group L Kootenay District.. 120.00
.60
1.12
4.25
7.01'
1.92
9.10
9.10
7.25
30
2.00
8.60
15
2.00
5.30
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05
2.00
2.55
05 ���
2,00
S.17
20
2.00
-" 6.45
25
2.00
9.26
.05
2.00
3.97
.40
2.00
11.50
.40
2.00
11.50
.35
2.00
9.60
100.00      10.00
.40
2.00      12.40
300.00
40.00
. .
5.v0
7.50
4.95
120.00
10.00
10.00
5.00
2.20
15.00
5.00
��� * ��� a
6.00
8.00
1.32
.30
.20
.05
20.00
3.00
���7tf
12.00
3.00
.78
.   40.00
5.00
.'1.30
516.50
32.00
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160.00
16.00
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14.00
5.00
2.1*0
160.00
16.00
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160.00
16.00
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160.00
16.00
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Cory, Mrs. Maud 	
Paas �������:* Crawford	
LOiSt,   P.    ............. i......
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���Bell, Clifton P. ............
Sinclair,   R.	
.pAeaeh,  Ai-iiiUr B.   .........
Toune, Mrs. Mildred......
Genelle,  P.   	
Olsen,   Chas	
Johnson, J. K. .............
Poole,  Sydney  	
Hutchinson,   Hudson   	
Bailey, Samuel N. 	
Marione,   Pietro	
pulljames,  Egbert*	
a sub-division of Lot 523, Group i.
 .Part of Block Jfecommeelnk at tlie
  jNorth-West corner or Block 3. in
1 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 .point of commencement   693a
 Block 18    693a
 ....Lot 1, 7 to 9, Blk. 23  884
.........XjOt   oi.   A^llC.   _$   ��������..������..������^...'.......... SSx
 ....an   Ul    a^aCICa^   *<t>    ���������������������...���������.������....������  V&O&L
.........Part of Block 25  693a
.........Lot f._ Block. 21_ 693
.........Lot 19.  Block��  ....................... 6i_ ���
 Lots 14 and 13. Block 44).... .....6a-
.........Lot 9.   Block 49a  683
.... .Lot 1. Block 50 .....693
.........Lot 5,   Block A .;...... 693c
.........Lot 32,  Block A 693c
.........Lot 33.   Block A  e^c
.... .Lots  4  and  6.   Block   D  693d
 i-.ots ���?, a, a, i0.il, iz and is, bik. D. 6S3d
.........Lot 7.   Block   E.   880
5.00
3.30 ,mxm
.25
1.00
2.66
.05
1.00
2.05
...
1.00
1.45
...
1.00
1.68
...
1.00
1.40
.05
1.00
2.71
.05
1.00
1.95
.05
1.00
1.95
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1.00
1.45
.05
1.00
1.95
.25
l.OO
2.66
...
1.00
1.45
l
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4.00
4.00
2.66
���7.50
2.25
1.75
i!66
3.50
3.00
6.66
.25
2.64
2.64
2.97
1.65
-3.65.
1.^
4.95
.33
1.38
1.15
.33
.66
2.31
"I AS
1.65
3.96
.30
.30
.15
.15
.05
.05
.55
".20
.10
*.'05
.25
.25
.05
.45
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1f.f.
.w
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
LOO
1.00
7.94
7.94
4.12
5.30
Um IV
2.70
14.00
LS3
4.83
4.00
L33
2.71
7.06
a no
\>��*m*
2.70
1L41
1.41
DOW'S ADDITION TO CRESTON���-Being a subdivision of part of Lot 524 and part of Lot 891, Group
 Lot 6,  Blk. 2.  Dew's Addition...... 851,
 Lots 8 to 10, Blk. 1, Dow's Addition 948
 ...Lot 13, Blk. 5. Dow's Addition:..^.. 851
��� ....Lots 14 and 15. Blk. 5; Dow's Add.. 851
Young.   Hilton   .,
Rell,  Clifton P.
Dicker,  J.  E.   ..,
Lowenberg.  Guy
3.00
.92
.33
2.00
.18
61
.25
.05
.1.
1.00
LOO
1.00
L00
1.33
6.25
1.18
2.58
3.55
2.00
43.55
.60
2.00
15.05
.40
2.00
12.40
.40
2.00
9.60
.20
2.00
7.20
.20
2.00
6.52
.05
2.00
2.30
.16
2.00
5.94
.15
2.00
5.93
.30
2.00
S.60
1.50   .
2.00
85.50
.75   '
2.00
18.75
.30
2.00
SJ.MJ
.65
2.00
"18.65
.65
2.00
18.65
.65
2.00
18.65
CRESTON  TOWNSITE���Lot 525, Group I.
Pawne,  W.  A.  Lots 10a and 12a, Blk? E. ....890 .42 .25 .... .... 1.00
Peterman,  H  Lots 9a and lla, Blk.'.13....... 890 v .85 .56 .... .05 1.00
Norman,   w. Grisnold ....Lot 18,   Blk.  3,  Barton's  Add....... 893 .80 .52   .05 1.00
1.67
2.46
-2.37
PROCTOR TOWNSITE���Being a subdiyision of Lot 309, Group I.
Sammons, P. J. ..................Lots 18 and 19,  Block 3........
710
5.00
11.00
.75
1.00      16.75
12.00
.50       2.00      14.50
8.  _? SOUTHERN  LAND ��RANT���-Lot ��f595.
Norreys, H. A.   .....
Dean,   Harry   -...-.	
Rankin, Walter E.  .
Kellogg,  Mrs.  Adel.
Craig,  John   .........
Griffith,  Ida   ......'.;
*|><**a,��'r ���><��������
...Block 4, Sub-lot 20.  Lot 4595?....
:..Blocks 10 and _L:.ln Subrlot 20.
J-aOc      VjHV   -.... ����� .......... .'....���.. a . .
47...���   . -.a    nt. -s -r ' ..   ' .mnm
. . .��� LIV-lOl    S��.     JJOl    rtiKRJ     ...............
...Sub-lot  111a iLot 4595 ,;....,..;.'....
i.-Subrlot 88,�� Eot^4595;^......v.a..Y
... SUb-lot SO. "Lot \45te ....... :.-.���;.'..;..
9.51
4.75
19.86    ao.oo
453.00
382.14
160.00
120.00"
44.00-
16.00
1.71
.56
.20
.40
5.40
5.40
2.00
.75
2.00
;2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
6.95
12.40
127.40
127.40
49.71
19.31
Sub-Division of Sub-Lots 6, 43, 44 and Part of Lot 784? Wynndell Fruit Lands
MacParlane,   John-	
Mackln, ��� Harold   ....'.'.	
*~tV3x,m&$ JOnil 4   ,   ���   ���   I   ���   A   ��� .   ���   4, ���   I t   I   ��   ���   ��� A   ��� * >   ��� *   ���   ��� *   >   ���   ���
Rice,  Grant E. .'.	
Rice, Grant E.  ..... j.....*..,......
Rice,   Grant E. :......
KITCHENER TOWNSITE���Being a subdivision of part of Lot 2546, Group I.
Shannon,- John  ���...  -Lots ?���end.6,mBlk% l.?.Lot 2646....?. 688 .40
atxaaa,   a^aaaa.5.  ��� AiAAAAijAer  ........................ xjOxS . xx. b.Ti\x x.o,  jDjiC as.  Lot 254u. ���.. 6^ LuO
McGarvey.   Hugh  .........Lot 18.  Blk.  2, Lot 2546....  6S8 .38
Hill, Chas.  Plummer ....Lots 4. 5, 19. 20, Blk 3. Lot 2546.... 688 2.00
Lynch,   D. ................Lot 7.  Blk.  3, Lot 2546  688 .50
.10
1.00
J..W
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.40
2.05
1.28
3.10
1.50
KASLO & SLOCAr-J   RAILWAY GRANT LANDS���Let 812, Group I.
Al^/ii/V* WO _�����-���, tf XXBm m ��
Bruce,  _,.  A.   ......
Bruce,  E.   A.   ......
Angus,  Curry  	
LeveQue,   Edith M.
.... ouO-uaVaSiOjj   Oa   j-jO��  oltf.   j^iK.   ai/v..
....Sub-div.  of Lot 812,  Blk. 136	
....Sub-div.  of Lot 812. Blk. 137.	
....Sub-div.  of .Lot 812,  Blk. 150......
....Sub-div.  of JL.ot 812,  Blk. 171......
Acres.
y.So
9.31
9.31
9.85
9.85
10.00
10.00
��00
10.00
.-JO
.45
.45
.10
.45
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
X4..*K>
12.45
12.45
5.10
12,45
Lot 891, Group  I.
a.aaOa aaaOaa.    __hcd
Wilson,   Jennie   ..
Crawford, W. ������'.'..
 ,,.....UUl    O,     J31UCH.    1,     jjOC    wi	
.A..,...-,-*.;Sub-lot 5;   Blk.   7.  of  Blk.  14......
.....N. E. 10 acres of Blk.. 22.
.50
10.00,
3.00
.25
8.75
j..a��
5.77
.25
.05
.65
2.00
2.00
2.00
7.23
2.30
17.17
.Block 30a and; 47 i-,
.East %.  Block 31
.Block 33-.���... ..;...;
.E.  %, Block 23;...,
���East %,   Block 19
.Block 36 :.....'..'....,
11.75
9.55
20.07
9.52
9.84
19.10
60.00
20.00
24.00
30.00
10.00
28.00
2.10
.70
.84
1.05
.35
2.80
1.00
1.15
1.20
-.40
1.35
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
66.90
23.70
27.99
34.25
12.75
32.33
Xot 4592.
Paulson,  P.  A.	
International Lumber Co.  	
International Lumber Co.  	
International Lumber Co.  .....
Davis,   Leo,	
Western Canada Fire Ins. Co.
Armstrong, J.  IvI	
Grafton,  Joseph L.	
Armstrong,  J.  Mc.	
Graftpn, Joseph L.	
 OUD-lOt   Mi
.....Sub-lot'11.  Lot 4592
..-.. .Sub-lot 14   ............
.....Sub-lot 15	
.....Part of Sulvlot 18".-....-......'...-.-....
. Part of Sub-lot 18	
 Bik. 3. 4 and" v. sub-div. Sub-let 15.
 Blk. 6, of sub-division of Sub-lot 16
 Blk. 10, Sab-lot 16, Lot 4592...	
 Blk. 13, Sub-lot 16. Lot 4592..........
��1120
'.'.'.'. 570M
....1160.00
....2747.50
15.00
70.00
20.25
30.00
9.65
23.35
���57 nn
57.W
116.00
274.00
6.00
28.00
���*i��*w
12.00
33.40
9.20
31 .Si"
.58
2.73
tt   01
���*.***
1.95
L30
.89
S.0S
2.55
5.20
12.35
.30
1.40
2.35
.60
.65
.40.
2,00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
Bartholomew,  J.
Lot 892, Group  I.
.8. % of Blk. 31. Lot 892	
20.00      U.S
3.15
.65
17.05
Lot 1237, Group I.
74.00
61.65
123.20
288.35
8.88
34.13
5C.5S
16.55
17.35
12.49
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McAllister,   Mary
Hopner, Alex. E.
.Sub-lot 61.  ot Lot 4598
.Sub-lot 65.  of Lot 4598
16.46
9.00
16.00
1.10
.75
.05
2.00
2.00
18.75
3.15
A,SUBDIVISION OF LOT^Sa���Boing the   FAIRVIEW   ADDITION   TO   NELSON.
Dole, Lemmel R.
Churchill, F. L.  .
-hurchiii, F. ju.
Churchill, P. Xr.
39.88
��� N.W.  %,  S.E.  "J4/ See. 9	
.N.E. %, Sec. S4, iN. %, Sec. 35. E.
% S.E. Vi, Sec. 35, W. %. Sec. 36.
S.W. _, N.B.- %. See. 36, W. %,
S.E. Yt Sec. 36, Tp. 14, Lot 1337..,1000.00
.S.E.   ���.   N.]_.   ^4,   and '(N.   %,   N.E.
%,   Sec.  1,   Tp.  36,   Lot' 1238 120.00
.E. %, S.W..-%', See, 22, E. %. Sec.
22. All Sec. 23, S.W. hi, iN.W. %,
Sec. 24. W. %. S.W. %. Sec. 24,
W. %, W. %, Sec. 3, W. %, N.W.
Vi, Sec. 13. S. %, Sec. 3. N.E. %,
N.E. %, See. 3, V?. Vs. N.E. '4.
Sec.  1.  W.  %,  Sec.  1, Tp.  36 2160.00
.50
.30
.30
2.00
3.10
30,00
6.S7
\ 5.00
1.35
2.00
45.22
12.00
1.65
��� ��� . ���
.60
2.00
16.25
Kllcline,   Margaret  B.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	
Mercier,   Ella   	
Bulger, Jas.  M.   ....���"
Bulger, Mrs. Mary E.
Isaac,  Mrs. B. A	
.....Lot 8. Blk. 3.  Lot 58a, G.I	
 Lot 8 to 12, Blk. 15, Lot 6Sa...
 Lots 23 and 24, Blk. 22, Lot 68a.
 Lots 7 and 8.  Blk. 26. Lot 58a.
.....Lots 4 to 6, Blk. 33, Lot 68a	
 Lots 1 and 2, Blk. 34, Lot 68a...
 Lot 13,  Blk.   34,  Lot C8a....	
 Lot 12,  Blk.  35,  Lot 58a	
 Lots 1 and 2, Blk. 37, Lot 68a...
.Lot 10.  Blk.  39. Lot 58a
Registered
Plan No.
266
2GC
225
260
266
, 266
, 2m
, 266
, 266
, 266
.Lot lOYBlk.  40. Lot C8a  266a
..Lots 4 and 5, Blk. 48, Lot 5Sa.
..Lots 6 to 8. Blk. 4S, Lot 5Sa....
..Lots 9 and 10, Blk. 48, Lot 58a..
..Lot 14,   Blk.  48,-Lot 58a	
..Lots 10 to 19.  Blk. 48. Lot 58a.
..Lot 20,  Blk.   48, Lot 68a.........
..Bloek  66	
2C6
266
266
266
2W
2C6
266b
.75
���32;50
3.88
1.75
2.25
3.75
1.00
.50
1.75
.50
.50
4.00
1.75
.50
6.00
.77
12.75
i'.ik
2.30
1.7S
" [si
3.78.
.61
��� .51
4.08
12.75
9.18
.16
1.78
��� .51
CIO
9-1.00
.05
1.25
.05
.15
.20-
.15
.05
.05
.15
.05
.05
.40
6.60
.45
".15
.05
.45
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
1.00
1.00
2.57
27.50
2.93
4.68
5.75
4.6S
2.05
2.06
4.68
2.06
2.06
9.48
114.S5
10.63
3.61
4.68
2.06
11.65
Tuttle, A  H	
Ferguson, Geo	
Ymir, Gold Mines,
Ymir, Gold Mines.
Ymir, Gold Mines,
Ymir, Gold Mines,
Ymir, Gold Minos.
Ymir, Gold Mines.
Ymir, Gold Mines,
Churchill, F. L.  ..
Ltd.
Ltd,
Ltd,
Ltd,
Ltd,
Ltd
Ltd,
Let  1242, Group  !,  Kcoisnay  District.
In  Sec.  23.   Tb.  17- Lot 1242  13.33
In Sec. 23;  Tp. 17. Lot 1212  13.33
In Sec. 23, Tp.  17, I.ot 1312   13.33
In Sec. 21 and 22. Tp. 17  68.32
In  Sec.  21,   Tp.  17  37.04
In Sec. 21 and 28. Tp. 17  93.11
In Sec. 22, 23, 26 and 27. Tp. 17  316.92
In Sec. 17 and 18, Tp. 17  99.03
In Sejv 28 and 28, Tp. 17  11.41
In Sec. 33 and 34, Tp. 17  68.07
N. %. N.W. -14, Sec. 6, S.W. %,N.W.
Vm Sec. 6, and that part of the
S. 7%, S.W. Vx, Sec. 7, and the
S.W. % of the S.E. % ot Sec. 7,
lyine* outside of the townslte of
Ymir 209.32
64.80
8.90
2,0n ^
2.75
2.00
.14
2.00
.14
6.88
.47
5.00
2.75
9.30
.65
31.70
2.20
19.80
1.37
2.28
.16
13.60
.94
3.30
2.00      79.00
.9111
pen
an*-,
.10
2.00
4.24
.10
2.00
4.24
.30
2.00
9.65
.35
2.00
30.10
.45
2.00
12.40
1.50
2.00
37.40
.95
2.00
24.12
.10
2.00
4.54
.65
2.00
17.19
20.00
!.75
1.00
2.00      26.75
A  SUBDIVISION   OF  LOT 96,  Group I, being the  HUME ADDITION  TO
28-lb
28-lb
284b
,'.'.............J^otB 8 nnd'4. Blk.'4, iLot ��6. G. I.
NELSON.
q.,,iH.   Mrs   Eliza  .  ......Lot 20, Blk. 2, LOt 96, G. I.
=Scr   J     " ...  Lot 4.'Blk.  3.  Lot 96. G, I.
aSSIE": -t!  e!   ..:..: Lots C to S, BlU. a, .Lot 9S.G.J.,
Spencer, J.  E,
Mills.  E.  W.
T�����nlr     r'hnn     W J-.OIB  ��l   ana   Ai,   JJllf..   I,   JvOI.  W),   _.i..  a��i_
Srt2o' wo    Tir  ......  Lots 34 and 35, Blk. 7, Lot D6. G.I.'. 284b
284b
284b
28-lb
284b
Blk.
M.in^0,jTh0S* ":;,,::::,::::::;:::::'.:'.,.'.'.'"Lif i m*.��. Lot no, g,i...... 284b
ninir'nHo    fose'iiii Lots 19 and 26a, Blk. 9, X^jt 96, G.I.. 294b
RlngioBO^Josepn            T nta ^ nYtA 01 'Bllt  10Lot M   aii# 284b
----- 2frlb
2��|b
281b
291b
28i|b
Mitt   Tohn Rao ... .. -  ���- U Lot 2, Bill. 16, 1^0197. G.I 727
MlwiVbIov   W   F. ���  W.% Lot2, Blk. 1^, Lot 97. G.I..... ,r
Mawdsoy   W  F ��� - Lots 1 and 2,  Blk. 16. and Lot V,
Mawasioy,   w*  y' ���' Blk. 17, Lot Wl._G.I...i....v_...A.v.. 7S
MawdHloy,
MawdHloy,
MawdHloy,
Vornon
Mawdali
Miiwilsli   .
Mawdaloy.
���*i-^.-il*-i!��'   t i il inn IaOis 4. iinu a. tnic ��>_, jjoi u<, w,*...
SfSifim   w   "f     '  . .  ��� LotH l and 2. Blk. .IO. I^ots l and
MoKlin, W. .1  a   mu   i(t)  Totn j, mi(J o   nlkt 41>
Lot 07. G.  I.
Lots 1 anil 2. Blk. 35. Lot 07, G.I... 727
.76
G.OO
3.00
1.00
32.00
fi.HO
4.60
0.60
6.00
4.60
4.C0
3.26
6.00
B.00
COO
2.00
2.00
2.10
1.60
4.00
2.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
6.00
1.50
5.10
.77
6.12
3.00
.2.24
4.69
6.12
4.59
4.59
0.31.
n.lo
6.10
C.13
2.04
2.04
6.10
1.53
.05
.W
.25
.05
.20
.80
.40
.80
.60
.40
.40
.30
.45
.46
.00
.20
.20
.10
.05
.20
.10
.05
.10
.06
.10
.10
.10
.60
.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
Lot 1243, Group I.
McDermott, Hammbnd, Hunt & Waddell.In Sec. 8, 9. 10, 15. 16 and 17, Tp.
31,   Lot  1243    3840.00     384.00
 Part of Sub-lot 18, of Lot 4592    40.00      16.00
 Block  B  (3).   of  Sub-lot 1,   of Ix��t
306,   Registered  Plan No.   731F....     5.06        1.41
Pearce,  Lewis L	
Baxendale,  W.	
1.56
17.30
.75
.05
2.00    403.30
2.00      20.31
2.00
3.4(1
Dated at Nelaon, B. C, this 31st day of   August. 1912,
/
STEPHEN   H.   HOSKINS.
Collector, Nelson Assessment District.
2.67
J3.Y5*
7.31
2.05
26.44
1S.97
10.49
7.80
33.72
10.49
30.49
7.86
11.55
11. TO
13.72
5.24
5.24
3.20
2.55
5.20
3.10
2.05
3.10
2.05
3.10
3.10
3.10
11.(10
4.13
I
727
35.00      15.30
3.60        1.00      82.80
IN   LOT 182���Beina DAVIE8 ADDITION TO NELSON.
���mr.sai���., rinniiH   Mm   .T. K f'Ot '.'..  Block 17.  Lot 182	
M���n    Fninlt       .     .......:. LotH U and 12, J31k. 39, Lot j��2.
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4K0
4K4i
.02
J.76
���UK)
.10
.15
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.02
2.H5
4.16
!N   BECTIOM   17. Tp.  17,   Lot  1242���YMIR TOWNSITE.
/���'ii.ioniit    lililwnrd    Lot.  li.   Blk.   1,   J.ot   lii-lii..
-Iiortnill,   iiiiiwruu     , r>)H ��� n))(1 j,   j)ttc r>   Tj<.)t
 Lot.  1,   Blk.   ��.  Lot  1242
.,..: Lot 3.' Blk. *]2,  Lot 124a
Kiii'iv,   Mrs.   Alary
ilIUKlluH,   Miuy���.l
1242.
ITrivunii'il     VJ    -O  '������" ..I.Ol 'V JMIf.   IX,   X40t   iili   .
n-^i.1 V Lot lb. Blk. 24, Lot 1242,
flinwnrt    Mnrv '���'��� Lot M. Blk.  X Lot 1242.
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lloihi-irham.  Alrfl.   JI.    {' t ,, HI   .  m, U;\. U4~.
Vi*.>lfinil.  Mi'". Mary Ann   Lot 16. U.K. ^. Lot  i.l(V
i\��i..     .|4aIi���       Lot N BIK.   -9, l4ul .]->-���
Daly, .loim
Mil
610
(ill)
(140
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1140
040
(i,|0
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,Ul
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i.oo
it", iii.
2.60
li'.M
2.50
.60
.27
iiio
1.7S
1.37
1.03
1.37
1.37
.or,
1.00
1.N-*
.06
1.00
1.S2
.o:i
3.00
l!,(��.*i
.05
1.00
2,16
.26
1.00
(J.l'N
.16
1.00
5.02
.06
1.00
2. OS
.16
1.00
6.1)1!
.16
1.00
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1.00
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'Jm 9,..-  \lti  I'  li-  THE    CBESTON    BEVXEW,    CRESTOSi,    B. C.  ���������_  Semi-ready Suits  at 515 and $20  T OOK for,the price���������and name���������tewa  **"** in die pocUet���������always the saiae.  As_ root Clothier and send tot sty la  book and Eamplo oi " King's Own'*  Serzo at SZO. Sen 4 direct to Semi-ready,  Limited. Montreal, lot book entitled  "SIe!" li yos .cSnBOt.seS.it ia town.  Ssttrt-rtaliK SailorKtfl.  G. Fred Johnston, Fernie. B. C.  Jmt.  ti:- ��������� ^a;������ seesaw  I I - ������������������' '-tititi'-  In a few weeks tho Revelstoke citi-      The Montana Pulp ami Paper Man-j pulp mill,   a ground  word -p-i.p  mill  PROFESSIONALS  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  ���������    **ajiaaaa_iiiiaai|i������������;' **���������  .B .0. Land Surveyor and Abohitbot  Plana and Specifications  G RESTON  Bn  .Km.  DENTISTRY  P. E. haiZ"d. D. s;  Offioe   over   Frank Parks Hardware  Store���������Baker Street.  CRANBROOK,  B. C.  GUY   LOWENBERG  Gomvistraa Engineer  CRESTON  zens will entertain the greatest convention ever held in that city, when  the B.'-O.'.-Provincial- Conservative  Association commences iuS dslibsra"  fciohs on October 24.  uftuului iitg Company, which  it-;  incur- |sin������l t ���������.*.<> or-1 hr-ff .ni-iehini' pnpi'v ml!*s.  porated for $4,500,000 is planning tr/  begin the construction immediately  and iave   in   operation  within  two  years a saw mill? a sulphide of soda [ of timber is tp be cut a year.  on a _il._ noar thi*-inoit'h ������������1   iho. Yiil.i' ;  river  near the right of way of ih*  Great Northern.   About 90,000,000 feet  B.C.'f  MR. &  MRS. CROMPTON  Teachers of  Piano, Violin, Singing  Music Supplied for Concerts & Dances  OKBLt, YOUNG & oo.  Real Estate and Insurance.  HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON     .���������       -      B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Etc.  TRAIL        -        -    ���������   -   B.C.  Starke^ & Ca  Wholesale  Provisions,    Produce,    Fruit  General Commission Merchants  :  NELSON  *a_E_Bss-sa_ssa  | W.. IR. JSeatt? i  CRANBROOK - B.C.  The ' ti  Funeral Olr&ctor  i  Before Eetiing  Cfce contract/  For tho 'iiiilclinf*; of your New  House, Store, Office. Workshop  or othor building, write or call  on me.    Estimates given on all i  kinds of work. J  ,Repairs &A!t6rati0iiiS  A SPECIALTY !  Charges rcasomil>Io and satisfaction  guaranteed on All Work  M������>-aUMiraNa_l������tfMa'ka__NfMMMM|M������^  JOHN   BOYD.   Creston  '^$������3  W. H. -JOHWSOM   Pr-pri-tor  ���������.-.Is.  Tax Sale of Mineral Claims  I hereby give notice that on Monday, the 4th day of November, A. D. 1912. at the hoar of 10 o'clock in the-forenoon, at the Court House, (Nelson, B.. C. I shall offer for sale by'public'auction-the Mineral Claims in the list hereinafter  set out, of which Crown Grants have been issued, for taxes remaining unpaid and delinquent by persons on the 30th day  of Juno, A. D. 1912, and for costs and expenses of said sale, if the total 'amount due is not sooner paid.  OWNER.  CIaAIM.  Lot  Number.  S.  S.  Fowler   S.  S.  Fowler ,  B.  C. Standard Mining Co., Ltd..   Wm.   Coffey       Wm,   Coffey ,.   James  A.   Noweii      Falls View G. M.  Company. Ltd   -'alts View G.  M.  Company,  Ltd......  New North Fork Gold Mining Co   K. L. A-. Keller, et al....................  David G.  and Jacob C.  Porter   A.   H.   Kelly   Montreal & B. C. P. & P. Co., Ltd..  James A.  Nowell   Chas. P. Hill ..v.. .....  Chas. P. Hill   ....Alma   ....Alexandria   ....Aurora   ....Atlin (Bear and Wild Horse)  ....Atlln  Fraction No. 2    .... Bullion      ...{Bodie   Fraction   . ..._G_S.������j         ... .Ben Hassen     ....Blye   ... .Bonner   ....Cleopatra   ..   ....Chicora   ...    ....Crouch Hall   ....Czar Fraction ���������  ....Czar   Luzetta Field, et al Corinthian  2162  2165  6064  4S0O  0336  2190  4162  41C4  3633  2924  6296  3S7  364  2189  5833  670S  2090  E. Dumont, R. Legault and L.  Niven..  B. Dumont, R. Legault and L. Niven.-  Montie Julian Morgan   B. C  Standard Mining Co., Ltd   Benjamin  Fallows   A. H, Kelly Excheque  Montreal & B. C, P. & P. Co. ...Eureka' .  .Central .'...:..-  4801  .Central   Fraction  4802  .Collins  (9% miles  from Salmo)  10004  .Double  Standard  221S  ��������� Davenport     9164    391    399  Fern.Gold Mining Company Eturla Ftactton  2161  Fairmont Gold Mining Company,  Ltd Evening Star  377S  P. X. Thompson, et al. ..Emerald    . -.  2907  C.  P. Hill  ......". Emerald Fraction    ..  5834  C.  P. Hill   C. P. HiU   G. A. M. Young   Fern Mines Company  .......  John A.���������Gibson,  et al   B. C, Rossiand & Slocan Syndicate...  Ymir Gold Mines, Limited   B.. C, Rossiand & Slocan Syndicate...  S.  S.  Fowler ..;     C. P. HiU   C.  P. HiU ...."'......v................  C.  P.  Hill -.   Montreal & B. C. P. and P. Company,  ..Emperor   ..Emerald   ..Edith      ...Fern   ,.. Free   Coinage   ...-.  ...Falls View ........  ...Golden Horn     .. .Grey   Copper      ...Gibraltar    ,  ...Golden   Crown   ...  ...Golden   Cap      ... Golden   Eagle   ���������  ...Hidden  Treasure  George C. Schmidt, L. E. and J. B. Mac-  Farlane and A. Sostad Henry   Clay  Katie D.  Green G. M. Co Hamilton   .*  B. C, Kossland & Sloean Syndicate Homes-take  .  .Highland   Chief  .Hunter   V   .Homestake      .Inker-man'     .Ibis      .J. M.  B   ���������Jupiter       5797  5798  5633  374  35S5  4997  1711  4999  2164  5543  5544  5545  4200  5470  499S  5620  2212  C297  2163  eofis  902  4165  3161  516S  tmm**^***maammmmmam%wmmmmatammmmmm**a**i  A. Mirabelli  _._ ������ . :   SattfJto santf  Harness   Repairing  A SPECIALTY  Dt-tiler in   h\gh   class  ' boots and snoes.  British Lion G. M. & JDev. Company  B. C. Standard Mining Company....  D.  G.  & J.  C.  Porter   S.  ti.  Fowler   G.   A.  M.  Young   A. E. Jiund   Falls View G. & S.  Company. Ltd.  Juno  Gold .Mining Company   ..���������." Juno   .  Katie D. Green G. M. ,& D. Co., Ltd Jupiter  G. A. M. Young Jennie     7732  Juno  Gold  Mining  Company;   Ltd ..King of tha Forest     3160  Juno Goid Mining Company.  Ltd.........Kirkwall       3162  ixatle D. Green G. M. & D. Co., Ltd Katie. D.  Green       5469  ���������sTmir Gold Mines,  Limited.... Lawrence  .traction    2303  '_.  _).   Garrison.   J.  A.   Graham  and  P.  Asplnwall ....Lake  View    3245  G. W. Coppen, et al Mornin���������    ,      104  imir Mines, Limited Mugwump    1714  --airmbnt G. M. Co Morning Star   .:    3770  j\ew JSortii Fork Mining Co.. Ltd Maud  S    3662  J.  _*.   Wilson,  et al Montana     2349  O. P. Hill  ' Morning Glory    0830  !_. C. Standard Mining Company ........'..Mcrcia X<ractiou     ssn  .benjamin   -allows    Moilne    9165  imir Gold Mines, Ltd isora Fractional     2301  ijou, C.  Schmidt  Nellie   .\   a. i).  VVestuy ore Hill  '.',  ���������tinir   Minus,   Limited    Pountrcy _ motion  M. E_an, ot nl Princess  l������la      Golden Strand M. & D. Company Pug      It. C��������� Uoaalnnd A; Slocan Syndicate Parle      V. N. ThompBon, et al Porcupine        <I057  ..'  2073    2302    3279    1303    4995  ..-  290S  Promise     G0_1    1076  Rockland     1709  Robertson Fraction    1712  ttohof Fraction  240&  Rattler  P-S37  Rambler  5S3S  IX.  and L  2089  I^alnbow     TiOSO  .Royal  Seal     3204  Limited ....Star Shine   ?  2160  M. Company  Standard    -UOa  i und Alex. JMacdonald ..._romis  es.  Limited l Queen  -���������-���������"-���������      1 Tlonkln  ..,11.1  M. ..-.I���������A^IIAA.  l  J.  11. Lovo and Alex. Macdonulii  tjuoen  Minos,  Ymir Minos, Limited  Ymir Minos, Limited   Relief Mining Company     C,  P. HIU   C. P. HIU   L.   Field    '..   J. Lovo and Alox, Macdonald  M.  H.  iJavyu    Relief MinoH,  l-'allu View G  Ifouti McOlynn and W. R. Caldwell Stirling  Get your Wines, Liquors,  T bacco, Cigars,t Pouches,  Pipes, etc., al the  Creston    Wine    &  Spirit Co*  Vsti������^tiProptij  " imm-mmiimmmmmmmmmiiimmmmmimmmmxmimmmimxxmmmammmmm r |     292r,  It.  0���������  JlOHHlumUSlocim Syndicate, Ltd...Skylark  *1001  II. C. Btnnflaid Mining Co Silver Bullion    3421  ji.   l\  Sl'inaaul  Mlnlnrr ^ Tugulla    8410  William   H.   flhmrod    U.   B  ma  l\ N. Thomiiiion  Victor  2906  .11. U��������� ROHHland & Blocan flyndlcato Viotoria     4M������  . II. C. Stnmlard Mining Company Vulgar Fraction    -H20  Jam-*-* A. Nowell   , WoodHldo    S1H8  Ymir Gold Mtnoii, Limited  Ymir     1708  Qilouli   MinoH,   Limited    YellowHlone      3CIBI  Dated at ������������������'.'������,   *V  r..,  H.Ia, Sll. ;-,���������M..:jibcr, 101?.  $10.75  9.75  12.03  7.00  5.25  12.00  1.00  11.00  31.75  13.00  9.50  10.75  5.50  4.75  1.75  ' 12.50  11.50  9.25  1.50  13.00  u.co  9.75  8.00  12.00  8.75  10.00  7.75  8.75-  13.00  13.00  13.00  13.00  11.00  12.00  7.50  12.75  6.50  10.50  11.00  12.25  9.25  12.50  13.00  11.25  12.50  13.00  12.76  10.W  2.25  12.75  11.50  10.00  5.75  10.50  11.00  12.75  " 2.00  $2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2'.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  ' Costs and  Tax.    Exoenses.   Total.  $12.75  11.-.5  14. DO,  9.00  7.25  14.U0  3.00  13.00  13.75 ,  15.00  11. M  12.75  7.50  6. .3  3.75  14.50  13."a3  11.25  3.30  lo.'JO  13.00  11.75  io.no  14.00  10.7.1  12.00  9.75  10.i5  15.00  15.00  15.00  15.00  13.00  14.C0  9.50  14.75  8.50  12.*50  13.00  14.-5  15.00  12.75  4.75  8.75  12.00  9.75  5.00  12.70  4.73  13.00  .75  8.00  .13.00  2.7G  12.00  12.50  13.00  10.75  0.25  8.75  8.25  .25  1.00  3*1.00  7.C0  H.GO  11.00  13.00  7.50  13.00  12,7.'  12.50  12.00  G.7.,  0'._J  12.75  11.00  .75  13.00  10.25  12.75  MIIHMII    .1  HTF.PHT2N II. HOSKINR.  Deputy AnaoiiHor and Collector,  Slclaon Afluewtrntint Dlutrlot  2.00  14.75  2.00  C.75  2.00  10.75  2.00  14.00  2.00  ,    11.75  2.00  7.00  2.00 '  14.75  2.00  6.75  2.00  15.00  2.00  2.75  2.00  10.00  2.00  15.00  2.00  4.75  2.00  14.60  2.00  11.50  '2.00  15.00  2.00  12.75  2.00  8.25  2.00  10.75  2.00  10.25  2.00  2.2a  2.00  3.00  2.00  ' 35.00  2.00  9.50  2.00  13.50  2.00  13.00  2.00  , 15.00  2.00  9.50  2.00  IB.'iO  2,00  M.75  2,00  11.50  2,00  14.00  2.00  7.73  -'.ou  ti.-'j  2.00  11.73  2.00  11.00  2.00  2., 5  2.00  15.00  2.00  12.25  2.00  14.75  THE   HQMB  OF   THE  TRANSIENT  CO.-WMQD/OC/S  yy-ti SAMPLE  ROOMS  This Hotel is one of the  best known iand popular  Hotels  in  the   Kootenays.  The dining room is strictly  up-to-date and the bar supplied with only the best brand  of goods.  Creston, B.C.  '���������  Engine      Efficiency  J ust think of the service yon exact of your motor and eonsid  inefficient a film of plain oil must he.  The Deflocculabed Graphite in "OILDAG" builds a film which fills in  the irregularities of the surface and produces a far better fit between  the piston I'ings and cylinders than can be obtained in any other way.  This means INCREASED COMPRESSION .and MORE POWER  ii  ���������'M  OILDAG  is sold in concentrated form for charging 1, 5, 10, or 50 gallons of oil.  Its nse does not mean that you need  buy any special brand .of oil.  Yon simply mix it with the oil you use regularly.  If Engine Efficiency interests you write for Booklet 458-N  H.   NEWELL   BIRCH,   Automobile   Engineer  Creston,   B.   C.  Sole Agent for the Kootenay district for "OILDAG" and "GTtEDAG'  LAYRITZ NURSERY  S^#4*^N*'T**44**-%__Sf _������     _3    _���������***  The Largest Nursery in the Province  Fruit trees, shade and ornamental trees, shrubs, vines,   creepers etc.  Our stock  is exceptionally clean.   , Grown without irrigation and  guaranteed true to name.  We make a specialty of Dwarf Apples and Pears.   These hear the   5  nest year after planting and are especially recommended for city garden**  and fillers for the commercial orchard. ,  ���������.   ,'������.PRICES RIGHT -^   Wm Km BROWN, ORESTON, B. O.  LOOAL   AGENT  ���������  Salmon  m mmm'  Fruit trees for sale from the  Nursery of Mr. Wilcox of the famous Salmon Arm district.  B**  n  Stock grown without irrigation from first  grade heavy bearing trees.  I  is. L, T. TAYLOR, AGENT  BOX 24 ORESTON, H. G������  I  CANYON CITY NEWS  Mrs. Goo, Hurry and family accompanied by hor slBter Mrs. L. Douho returned to her homo at Canyon City,  Sunday aftor a prolonged stay in  Nel-  HOll,  W. Browoll Is plaBterlng his houno  lhi������ '-vcok.  Tho Canyon Oity Lumber Co.,   havo  suoh a demand for boxes that it is uo  ccBflary for ������,hom to rim tho box fnotorj  a couple of hours oxtra each ovoning to  ho able to ������upply thorn.  The rauohors out this way aro  vory  busy harvesting: fchelr bountiful cropa.  Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford h������v_  roturuod from Kitchener nnd be ii a*  gain in tho employ of the Oanyon Oity  Lumber Co.  Mrs. O. S. Hall ia suffering from several so-fore injurloo recolvod last vreek  hy being attacked by an infuriated bull.  A largo crowd gathorod at the Oanyon  ���������a  City school house last Wednesday evening in anticipation of hearing the Salvation army but wore disappointed at  their non-appearance.  Mr. aud Mrs. D. Joues and family  nrtifW; ho loavo in atvont a WMttr ton  Lothbridgo, Altn.  5  i  iniMiniianuiii!.iii.wiiiwii>i������a_  ilia44 ji,i Wiinwir >>i iwiw  !il������'wiu..'t.''i������a'wmi'������wm.������j! ��������� ���������    m-T  I r*  -������������������[Zytitifijy^iiti;;':.  o*  THE    ORESTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    33. C.  ii  ��������� i  iti  -1  i  IV  1Y  Safe   Investment  * iu  1 Mon*-.v returned At r-trldf one "year  9 <>r nt ei'r" of ufiy suo"--'-'.!'.'***",* yoar. on  9 "SO days' notic'- if /Vsii-irl.  | , The rbovo security Is iho bes' in-  s duf.trl^l cvor offered"In Canada. Bua-  | ine'Ss' Gf-.tablishoc!  27  ypars.  Writ(.��������� at  onee ior particulars.  National Securities Corporation ltd  Confederation  Life  Building.  Toronto  ������a i  I  Little and 3ig  Religion  This story come3 from Australia,  where all conversation turns eventually to matters educational, because  every parent is painfully anxious that  his sons shall pass the standard which  will free them from certain years of  military service.      A visitor was co;-  The Champlain  Diary  ���������At'Dieppe in France, t^cre ls'in'.ih>-;|  possession of a M. Ferei. one of the i  most remarkable books in th? world?;  It is ths old-fashioned handwriting of j  bygone ...5a.ge,s*.. illdsti ��������� ted .by; .little,  sketches,' siichi' as would he' lio credft"!  to  the  untaught  lad  of  ten  years of'  versing with his host's small son, and | age,  and  it contains  a  hundred  and.,  "J"*-***������������������!������������������������ fmt m. m   _ ft __"������__"JI  IBE 'ALBERTA  5 715 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  A few doors south of C.P.R. Depot  ti.    Rates $-'.50 to $2.00 per day  Cuisine unexcelled .  ) opened, as a matter of course, with  the words: Do yoiJ>������go to school now?  ��������� Yes. ���������;  Aiid what do. you learn? Reading,  ���������SPriting, sums?  Oh yes, and I learn religion, too.  Religion?  Yes, .1 learn the little religion which  teaches that we all come from Adam.  But my eld^r brother is in a higher  class: he learns the big religion which  teaches that we all come from monkeys.  Hot end c*bld water In every room |  ���������Hotel   practically   Fireproof  AH  Outside  Rooms  Ask your Clothier to   show  you  SANFORD'3 SOVEREIGN BRAND  fIftTUEe  No   others    as   good  I  All mothers can put away anxiety  regarding their suffering children  when they have Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator to give relief. Its effects are sure and lasting.  Put   in   Human   Interest  An old negro . preacher says the  Atlanta Constitution, gave as his text  De tree is known by its fruit, an' it's  jes impossible to shake de possum  down.  After the benediction an old brother  said to him:  I neber knowed befo' dat such a  text wus in de Bible.  Wei!, admitted the preacher, it  ain't down dat way I throwed in de  possum to hit de intelligence of my  congregation.  fifteen small pages. It is a journal !.  ���������of Samuel de Champlain, written |/  about 1598.  Of course, such a treasure is beyond price but 1 cannot help wishing  that the Canadian Government could  iu some fair manner become possessed of this diary, written by the real  father of Canada. It is true there is  not much of importance to Canada it-  Self in this particular book, which  contains a narrative of Cham-plain's  work in, nnd impressions of the West  Indies, Mexico, and Central America.  ��������� He was at Panama at one time  and then and there conceived the idea  that a ship canal across the Isthmus  would greatly facilitate the operations  of the world's commerce, and he says  in this diary, the voyage to the South  Sea would be shortened by more than  fifteen hundred leagues.  It must, be allowed to he a remarkable thing that Champlain should  have suggested such a thing as the  Panama Canal some three hundred  and fifteen years before it was accomplished. -Men of great deeds often  are men .of great vision, and Champ-  !ain's place is amogn the great men.  of tlie world's history.  In July and August. lf>15. he was  with a good deal of weariness of soul  marking out with his own feet the  subsequent route of another groat can-  MOONEY  _A D l_f  TH1NN-*  That makes them neater, crisper, daintier, more appetizing; -���������-'..  Tho one biscuit good enough to take the place of your own baking.  ���������Fresh as the biscuits from your own\oven.  Think what that means!   Freedom from a broiling kitchen���������leisure on the porch  little knick-knacks that have boen neglected.  m*.m nt   4 ������-t-4r-   nAnliMi  %J<     111     CllVi    UU1 _V*JL  Time to do the  al, which 1 expect to live to see com-  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia I f.Ieted so,me of <*%** -Vl^rs-    .  lt ���������**    i the  regular  road   from  Georgian  Bay  j to Montreal iu those days, as it may  be again some day,   when  the Georg-  asked   thejian Bay Canal has been completed.  r   he   had j      It.   was   probably   the   tales   of  co*>  B������m- .,.,.,������..���������.-mmZT-JxA i fi*u>d Jimpson fifty dollars. r.er  to  !*���������*���������  had  on  the  shores  of  the  zxoine   treatEtt'Srxt removed T._        _.      . .   ....   . . .���������... ., ... .       .-., .    .  lamD from this lady's breast;     Im afraid III have to, said .Timpsou I lakes  winch    caused    Champlain    to  Old sores, ulcers and< ruefully. j make the  choice he did between  the  ���������*oar*roi*b.-; ~*������.'! JSd&luVntt^^Z J   J^!* *aii the just-ic.-*, stroking his   offers of the Montagua's to guide him  The Canada cancer INSTITUTE, -,h..t.d . chu?  wmsk?r  reflectively,  preoaps 1 d | to Hudson Bay, and the desires of the  ___.   JM    JmB+mm.   ^km^^Sx.   Wm-   B   aWU ^_k  Of W a<*WMW _HH___ t_n__|   aammx*   _���������������������_ _������������������___���������,    _*____  ���������������������������-��������������� ==      .���������  iViO*ur**a,t_Y "^ PtRFECTIO  Book Free.     A sicnp'e  A Bargain Offer  Coming  this  way  ag'in?  justice   of   the   peace,   after  IO CHURCHILL.  AVE.. TORONTO  I oughter tell ye that, we sell a  return j Hurons' to   show   him   the   waters  of  | *5.a* t.icKe'- for.seventy-rivc^dollars, on-j the Great  Lakes.       Ho  believed  evi-  /^'4jB_fc,_  ���������_i-\n  l /fi^^M     \2mmm������mW        MS M V   ^ *  tlin    ye   to   imraunerty  ou the way back.  from  arrest j dently  in  a  way  home  io  France by  j way of Hudson Bay. and was extreme-  IV   .?iMV!,>n.fi   ?!'   v'--*  IrT'On   i*"*T*m Farstrm  a���������    ~    ���������mr-T a  tw..TJf������'.  __r tni_t-*llE������ WfcLL  _.������ I i  ING HOT WEATHER  CU!T  Are the creamiest, crispest crackers made. .   i  They are baked in the big sanitary factory in Winnipeg������������������  right at your very door.  Use IVIOONEY'S aiid   be   sure   of  a. biscuit  absolutely  fresh; a biscuit thai -will satisfy the family,  In tempting packages or sealed tins  as you prefer.  i Ail  grocers 25c.  !b.   Tin  Everv  mother knew? how  fata''   the  hot summer months are :o small ch.l-  drea. Chalvra infanium. diarhoea.  ciyse-uery and stomach ireuh'-*'?- are  iii!* ai   rh.ls  "ia:^ phi*  -?,:  j*_.-_*^ the h***s*- ever made and are trti^i*"  unteed to _j>v3 ycu satisfaction. At  ill dealeri-, or send us 25 eeats stating sty. .* and size required.  fhe Arlington Co,, of Canada,  Ltd  58 Fraser Ave., Toronto, Ont.  n"$".<-*��������� aud oil en a precious  lost after oaly a few li.urs  illness. The    mother    who    keeps  Baby's C-a-_ Tab:sts ;n ih* i;oii?e xsels  safe.      Thv- o^easional use o: :he Tablets preven- sr.oniach and  bowel trou-  | bk's. or if tlie trouble comt*s sudd-^rny  I ���������as   it   generally   does���������the   Tablets  will   bring   -he   baby   safely   through.  ,^-The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or by mail at  His Uro'ims are coming true at  last. The Hudson Bay Railway is  actiuilly '.inilor contract, the Panama  vY-.na! Is r-.ii_.?.i',-'iic'iung couiylwiiun, uiiu  the Georgian Day Canal is. badly needed, aud therefore will be built. Who  can -ray thru thore is uot a place for  tite man who dreams dreams -and sees  visions as ivt/u as for the practical  men of action. It is littl? short of .1  .miracle that the two qualities were  combined in Samuel de Champlain.  But tiuiice, Champlain's theory,  though it was lona: in coming to fru',t-  ition. was greater than his practice,  and had to do with more enduring  things. Canada will have its full  chance to achieve its true greatness,  when   Champlain's   dream,   or   rather  a  tc  LET -/-CONEY DO IT"  The    Dr.  Ce-������V'L?_-li0.x I?-������-ia I his theories, have been    worked    out  mm Am reaith tg motker akd chug,   i  Mrs, Wimslow's Sootjiino Svbtjp has heen j  w-ru tot uvcr vSiXTV VEARSbv MtUI.Iwt'-.'S of '  "toiyritiiRS   for    their    CHlIvliRKN     WUH.K |  MTBHTHIHG,  with' l'HRl'KCT   SUCCESS.     lt \  SOOTHES the CHILD,  SOFTENS the GUMS, i  AJCLAYSall PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, und  Ss lhe tiest rnnerty for DIARKHU-'A.     It is cb-  ������o!*.itely liannioss.    lie sure anti ask for "Mm.  . i      "WiBslnw's Soothing Syrup," and lake ao other  ���������xSx -a.'1_ Cm.  lie  "i'iiams'    Medicine    C-o.,  R  K  w  ttiod.   Xw<:_ty-live cents a bottle.  |   If you want to purchase a ^carload  2 of  I     Good Ontario Apples  IOornrr.unlcato with  h.   H.   DAWSON  90 Colbourno Street,  Xoro"to  THE JOHN INGLIS CO., Limited  ���������   IRjugineers and Boilermakers  J3o)li'i't)    of    all      kinds���������Engines.  Puwpu, and Heavy Pla^a Work  Wrlt.������ us {or Prices  14 Strachnn Ave., Toronto, Canada  A fortun*? is said xo be awaiting the  man who discovers a way of curing  ham after the rind is removed. The  skiu, it. seems, is badly wanted for  leather, and about $3,000,000 worth of  it is being wasted on hams every y^ar  in Great Britain and Ireland alone.  and we -*.dd to our other natural advantages, the Hudson "Bay Railway,  tne Panama Canal route, and  Georgian Bay Canal.  Uncontrollable  Your daughter has so much temperament.  I'm not sure what you call it. All  I know is that her mother and I can't  do anything with her.  The change of dietary that comes  with spring and summer has the effect  in weak stomachs of setting up inflammation, resulting in dysentery and  cholera morbus. The abnormal condition will continue if not attended to  and will cause an exhaustive drain on  the system. The best available medicine is Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial. It clears the stomach  and bowels of irritants, counteracts  the inflammation and restores the organs to healthy action.  A     GERMAN     SPECIALISTS'      DIS-  COVERV   WILL   POSITIVELY   CURE  KIDNEY TROUBLE  Bladder Stone, Gall Stones,  Kidney Stones, Gravel and  tilt* Ailments of Uric  Acid  Origin  SANOL   EXPELS   URIC   ACID  NEVER FAILS TO CURE  KWaindre_H    of    cured    patleota    can  prove our statement).  SnlTornr^ will receive pamphlet free  **������n reniiost.  Saw*). PRICE $1.50 por botllo In  liquid from Druggists, or direct from  liriji**  ���������ANOL MFG. CO. OF CANADA, Ltd.,  Winnipeg, Man.  a������im������t*mmmm'^m^^^mmmam^mtmml^m^M^^m^am^mmm^mmmmt^mmmmmmmmm*mmmmmmammm������mm  Dangerous Talk  Mother, I wish you wouldn't mention dishwashing when George Is calling on mo.  Why not,  indeed?  I don't llko it. It sounds common.  Common, eh? We havo to eat,  don't we?  Gf  course.  And Goorgo also knows that dishes have to be washed, therefore somebody has to wash them?  "Rut mother������������������  What now?  If yon keep on talking about it  George may' discover that you make  father wipe them, and ho .may think  the same thing Is coming to him If ho  should propose to me.  that  r  %  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns,  Etc.  The Kinder Fate  81i<>���������It was dreadful.       II*' rocked  Hat* ttoat and film was drowned.  H*���������Lucky  Klri!       Sh<������ rnlcht have  cvcipi'ii and  iuun-i.'d  tho UlioX.  At  a rmpprr-narty a oortaln young  ���������JkTul.v wa.s    sitting next    ft    Hcntilsh  Dnc.JH'ns, and In order to gain h������*r gooil  tpracPb   alTiicteil   a   kiir/wlodKn   of   tho i  Swrajlli'i'i   longu**.   declaring  ih<������rn   wum \  toot a Scottish phrano ho did not un- |  ���������jtit-utanit. i  ���������fY.-ix   ni'1   a   npraw   o'   thnt   bubbly-1  .... ..   ..     ,,       *      , .   ���������  mmmmm...    ...fnn-t. II...        I .< I ������ ' , I ������������������ " ,        .**'   r'( ���������   ���������*;.>    j  iaoving a munch* of her face.  Tr.r   '-���������x(-;���������_!.'-I***-   .r,-;l:<-,-���������   appall--..1   a;v! !  mhrn inunk awu>   in  confmiloii,  whlli  Hhn trnminir.iilnn   wan  eveutrrt    by  Novel  Experiment  An exporimont new to Scotland la  about to be tried at Wlshaw, where  a Boven-dny's campaign has been opened with the object of raising $35,000  Where with to build and equip an up-  to-date Institute for the Young Men's  Christian Association of tho town.  A commlttoo of 100 business non  has been divided Into teams of 10,  each with a loader, and these will can-  viihh the 2,000 pooplo whose names  nr" on " prepared lint.  At ihe close of each day's collection  Un* leaim* will meet, and report renults  and a lingo clock erected outside tlio  (-'mitral rooms will duly record tho pro-  grcHF, of the campaign.  Facts About Penny Postage  England was the first country to  introduce penny postage for domestic  letters. Sir Rowland Hill was the  author of the penny-post system,  which soon spread to other countries,  as he was also the originator of the  money order system and post-office  savings banks. The uniform rate of  one penny per letter for half an ounce.  weight was put into effect in 1840.  Before that time postage rates in England had varied with the distance, except, that in in 1839 a trial had been  given of a uniform rate of four pence  per letter. Stamped covers were introduced in 1840, and half-penny postal cards were issued in 1870. Street  letter boxes were first used in England in 1855.  In  the United   States the  post- office department was much slower in  attaining domestic penv or two-cent  postage.       In  1845  the  postage rate  on letters was from five to ten cents?)  according to distance, and It was not  until 1855 that tho rate was reduced  to three cents    for   distances    under  3,000   miles.       A  uniform   three-cent  rate was adopted In 1863, and a two-  cent rate in 1875.      One of the first  steps  toward   an  international  penny  post waa  taken     when    tho    United  States entered into agreements with  Canada and Mexico whereby the two*  cent letter rate was mado to apply to  thoso countries.      Cuba, Panama and  tlio city of Shanghai, China, and later  Great Britain and Germany, now have  postal con von tions with   tho   United  States providing for a letter rate of  two cents per   ounce,        Thero   has  been a great deal of agitation for a  one-cent leter    rate    In    tho    United  States of late years, but ln most respects the United States lags behind  European   nations   in   tho   matter  of  postal reforms.      At tho present tlmo  tho postage rate on parcols from any  point hi the United States to Japan  China,    Austria,    Franco,    Gormany,  Groat Britain, Sweden and othor foreign   countries  Is   twelve   cents   per  pound while the rat** Ih Hlxleon cents  per pound for a parcel mailed and do-  llvored In tbo same city of the United  States.  Whllo Switzerland has taken tho  load In the movomont for a worljl penny postage lt Ih expected that the  cham'bors of commerce of all tho leading nations will fall ln behind and  will bring groat Influence to hoar on  tho coining conference ot tho Universal i'u'-iul Union.  Tib������ <��������� tllnastraifloin shows ������m������ ������f fclhe  many styles off feodly fUmailt w������ touaiM for  oiar 3LIg!hit Delivery  r  yj  22 1-2 H. Px  4 Cylinder  4 Cycle  Water  Cooled  Motor  With  Dow  Magneto  A I (tt:  V  of Car with  above body   lettered as you   requite $1300.00  {. o. b. Clinton.     Get Catalogue and information from  CLINTON MOTORCAR CO.,LTD., CLINTON,ONT.  Or STERNS & BURTON, SASKATOON  =\  J  Mr.   Gladstone'-! Gift  W.   G.   CJ.   Glad Atone,  Mr. W. G. G. Glad Atone, M.P.,  J-oni Lii'iit.i'iiunt. of KllntHhli'ii and  l.oni of the Manor, Ilawardun (hislel  "...    J i. '.  ���������Vrr--.!';" i--,- r,'"<l  n  r.ul.llc  n.  crt'ii'lon  ground  at.\IIawarden,  which  In- ha" [ircHcnt''d io ihe purlph council.  'Ilm  Minimi,   which  Ju a  lltlli- ovor      . _        _      i j i wo iUTnH In nvtont, cominundH a love-  ���������m-fuller   hailliiK   from   North   of   Hi*:! -y vu-w of the Clioshlro plalnw.  I 'l'\,/  ������-..   ...mm   ..    I*.*.-.-.   4.^^.,.'^   I\t  I'lll'ii.f.,.,,  i pri'iient.  includliiK    a    proceimloii    of  i nchriolciiUfirfn     cnrrying     tlftKH   and  frliuidly  Hoi'lety  o.'IIcIiiIb  wenrlng  ro*  I Bulla. t  Vl^*������������*" urn A  I      Vhn run-hens w.intnd n turkcv wlnc  tfi\  W. N.  U. 018  Then Th������*y Qunrreled  Townsend Burton, Jr., was talking  about a remarkable Intervlow ho gave  out last month in California.  OT court**', he nald, that Intcrvelw  mlulntorpreied my real vlows. I am  not the sort ot man that Interview  made   mo out   to  ho.       In  foot,  the  cult.  Young Mv:.  H:nlth said at dinner;  I mad it u UIk batch of tliont* 1>Ih-  cuHh today.  1 ml mid  you did, dear, her husband  Why, how do vou know how bin* n  batch I made? sho cried In nurprlso.  I thought you mild botch, Bald Mr.  Smith.  Couldn't Take Risks  Agnp'H���������Thin novel looka awfully Interesting.      Ia lt good?    ,  Gladys���������It's perfectly splendid. I'd  lend it to you in a mluuto, but lt belongs to me.  An eminent English counsel waft  cross-examining Mr, Siemens, tho  olootrlcal ojtpert, in a case ln. which  thore was a dispute about the working  of Borao electrical plant.  I think, Mr. Slemonn, that you have  had a long experience with electricity?  That Ib bo.  Well, now, I want yoji to tell mo  whether, ln the couroo oi all your cx-  porlonco, you havo over known electricity to he adulterated?  In only one Instance..  Whon was that? naked the counsel  '���������'jyi-'j-ly.  In tho phrase greasetJV lightning, the  expert roplied.   i ������������������-I,.,..,,,- ., ��������� .,,.,., ,.,.,. ,i. m.  Never   Forget  thnt upon your physical condition  (lcpcnrlB your comfort nndl nnrfnl-  ness���������that your condition will be  hrtliTi"'!. your virmr Incr������������nn4������<1���������-  wlicn your bowels are regulated*  jour liver &timulatcd mid your  digestion   made   sound   by  n i=-Err: i-i a hH"^  Important Personage  Oh IaIco off your hat to tho copper,  Ilo'll ho ln Boclety yet,  In London ho bows bo politely  Arresting a fair suffragette.  And people of rank and of title  Their sneers at tho constable cease  For the popular notion at present  Is promptly to call .tho police.  Wo Bond him for opulent grafters,  ,  We send him for mon higher up,  ���������For Biimmor rosorters who tarry  At gumcB of tho late festal cup.  For leaders of various movoments;  Trust magnates wo toll thorn to got  So take off your hat to tho copper,  He'll bo in u-cloty yot.  Thoro lo something now a gentlo-  man can do for a lady; crank her au-  tomohlle.  839111 ��������� ^r  The real economical pooplo are Uiobo  who have no money, and wIiobo credit lo not good.  A Uttlo Ind who nhlnoH hooto for a  living in a regular attendant of a  Mission Sunday School. He waB r*s������  oently disappointed whon, at tho nn-  mini summer foto, hlo gift wau a copy  of Browning'!' poena. The noxt Sun-  iiuy, however, tho auporintondoiit an-  nonnood that any child not plcnaed  with hit- gift could have it exchanged.  Tommy marchod boldly up to tho  front with hl������*.  Tommy marchod boldly up to the  UiUli,   Willi   ill-.  ���������i������M.���������l     ������.^..,������    ..-..     m.l     I*. ������������������  . ��������� ������������������"   .���������������--   *-;,*j - " ���������  Hrownlng.  And what do you want In exchange?  Ulacklng!  Cabby In a Hurry  Ono day it was raining very heavily  ln Berlin, whon a wealthy morchant  on leaving the Exchange, hailed a cab  and iiBlcod to bo driven, tr-vn distant  part of tho city. Ou'tho way tho  morohant discovered that ho had forgotten to put hla puroo ln hit* pocket.  What wati to bo done? On reaching  hla destination he got out of tho cab  and Bald to tho driver:  Will you ploaso givo mo a match?  I have dropped a sovereign ou tho  floor of tho oab.  Instantor tho cabman whipped up  his horso and soon disappeared round  tho next corner.  A -hlftloss man'a favorlto Baying, O  well, wo'll got along somehow.  I CLEAN-HANDS  v  ti n  :.:. m  -SB  ** v."  il  -**_���������  ii  Tel  car    mm ..  wmim   Am    4- .... -^  mmm'm Uammm Uml trn. will* k mh*m l*U*Uim  amir t������ \u* ominiNAr. ������,������# ������nar axaa  OXJCAMBH.   will mmmrm i  '*\  MMatl  ''I'm11,!!'!,!!!'.'!'!.'.;.'!!1"  i_3L^_n asm  /'���������>'i  VAct^I  -v fYy:I  *Jfx&f.    .  '  ������_a������  x  TTTT'  i ri*j*>  j i i'.o i * /[>  T-F.VJFW.    CKHSTON.    B. C.  PEACE OF THE WORLD  KEY TO NAVAL. PROBLEM  BY CANADA  ELD  At? Canad? Holds 90 Per .Cent, of the  Nickel    Product    for   the    World's  Armor Plate, Should Export be Prohibited, the Result Would be Decay  of Nickel Steel Industry of Europe.  Ottawa.--It has just been discovered th3t Canada possesses the key to  tbe European naval problem,    states  a leading article In Conservation, the  bulletin of the Commission of Conservation of the Dominion goyej-nment.  When Schneider in _880 introduced  the -so of steel and nickel in the  manufacture of steel armor plates he  ARCTJO WILL SUPPLY iV/EAT  I -nchVpSioi to^so damaged, will   | fcLMNILAL   ������VulAlIlMl  '*-*������s  ���������. '.ti.  til  DISCUSS AFFAIRS OF DOMINIONS'  Vast Areas of Grazing  L-^nd Can be ! not affect to any extent, worth mention-  Used to  Raise and Feed  Hardier     j ing_>_ither the quantity or Ulgn grade  Breeds average quality of the crop In gener-  r* ^   -       a        u    i- ^4,   al-      We have several times in our  Dawson ���������Owing   to     shortage    of [ recent vlewg  stat6d  that  ^ ftuallty  meats on the continent and advance   of thig ,a wheat ln we3tern, Can-  in prices, the Yukon people are begin- j aria wmili, ftVerae.��������� h,eh..eveI1 jn face  weather. Tho  summer and growing season this year  have experienced "a muoh higfier average temperature than last year, and  ADVANTAGES       OF      TECHNICAL  '  WORK IN SCHOOLS  jn prices, tne yuicon people are^egm-   ada wouW aVerage hjg.v even  ning to realize that Alaska and Yukon J of t-     UPfavorablv wet weati  territory and all the vast Arctic and  sub-Arctic   may   become   the   future  grazing ground and commercial meat-  producin.? region    of the    continent.  _.. a.j,      , -a * frost has held off until the 14th and  The country is declared fit for grazing j 15 h    f Scptember  ln������>tead of coming  for centuries, if not for all time.      It, ,n AllglIBt,      Thp soil was f3ir1y wen  Dr.  John Robertson Gives a Vory Instructive Address Before the Canadian   Manufacturers���������Splendid     Sys-j  tern Established    in City    of  ! Hon. G.  E.  Fester to Leave For London  at  End  of  Present   Month  Ottawa.-���������The Hon. G.    E.    Foster  will  leave Ottawa about the ehd  of  the month to attend  the corning session of the Dominions    Koyal    Com-  | mission in London.  The commission will resume its ses-  burgh.  Ottawa ��������� Vigorously condemning  the use of any but safety matches for  use ia. the homes, and claiming that  com-j SjOQS on Monday.  - Interest is attach  Is becoming recognized far and near j suppned':'wlth moisture previous to the ! to  ose  matches  that can be lighted  that the reindeer and allied breeds  can be raised'on the moss of the Arctic in vast; herds. The herds of the  north graze on moss. Tha southern  herds perish.under the blasts of win  little realized that he was .placing iu   "*:������������������ i������i rna miif  Canada's ^M������������j}r maintain-, ^{^y^gg} Sam !s of,icially re-  ing the peat'-e of the world  Battleships without, nickel steel  armor would be utterly helpless before modern guns. If nickel were  no longer obtainable, armor construction would go back a quarter of.a century.  Canada today produces about ninety per cent, of the world's supply of  nickel. Practically all ��������� of the remainder comes from New Caledonia.  an island in the southwestern Pacific controlled by France.  In 1910, the value of nickel pre and  matter exported from Canada to the  United Suites was approximately .$3,-  450,000. 4s the only refineries in  America are in .the United States,  nearly six-sevenths of the Canadian  nickel was refined to the south ot the  border. The refining process raised  the value of the Canadian ore to nearly $1_,000.000? The major portion of  this.refined nickel is used in the manufacture of nickel steel.  ^Consequently if Canada were to prohibit the export of nickel, the nickel  steel industry of Europe would fall into decay, and high grade armor plates  for battleships- would be an impossi*-  biiity.  Naturally such a course would be  a bit hard, on the Canadian nickel producers, but then see what it would  do* to the world's expenditure on navies.'    .  J-n   thana   firnoo  .-.f  warn  and   riimn-rK  of wars it is assuring to know that  Canada possesses such a potent weapon making for the world's peace.  ��������� .       'l'1^ reindeer and ^tbe. caribou jaltho0gh   jt  could   depreciateYquality  ! thrive-In the coldest weather. ! and   make  more;, or less  difficult the  , ,   .   ., ��������� it - ���������      ,��������� .       i work of securing it' in-'good'VKeeping  cognizing the success of the reindeer .condition;        So    far,    the    evidence  venture, and meats trom Alaska are )   Iven b   the ingpectlon b������;such?of the  being sold in-beattle markets.      lhe, nmv cro{) as uas come albng bears out  have ex-  half of the vast area of Canada the | i^^^^eK^s^ca^^b'iSn^  anywhere, too often the lives of children in the home are in great danger,  Frankllng H.   W.entworth. of Boston,  ������������������ Too much rain lat- j P^flWentfotf ^National Fire-Protect-  .  :....���������---������������������ ��������� _--J--1.���������:-.*.-   live  Association,  delivered  a  lorce-ful  rainy season  which we  have had in  the last few weeks, so that conditions  were very* favorable to the production  of good crops?  j-:'feriy/could: not- destroy; such: a: crop,  ed here to the work of this bony, the  foundation of which is being laid with  much care.  The subjects committed to the  Royal Commission arp considerable  and comprise two main.division!-.  (I) A general investigation of  trade conditions.      This will embracr  3. &&BJI  LESSON L���������FOURTH  QUARTER.  FO������ OCT. 6, 1912.  Text  of  the  Lesson,  IV!ark  vs, 45-45.  Memory Verues, 49, 50���������Golden Text  Matt,   xiv,    27���������Commentary     Prepared by Kev,  D.  M. Stearns.  This incident is recorded    by   Matthew, l);uk and Joan, the lacter telling us that, when tie' people saw His  nighty  works  taey  were  inc-iiued tv  take Him "oy force and'mako Him a  k-ng, so He departed into a mountain  Himself  alone   (John   vi,   15).    They  caribou is akin to the reindeer. * rom i the..previous- good opinion we ha  ,h?, Pa*0,J.c- to ���������'*lie Atlantic^ and oyer; pressed about its average high?  half ot the vast area of Canada the, ������������������ the ia*t five days 527 cars 6*  caribou finds a natural range.   . The   have ,,t>eU mspeoted .^ ������*jnhipl0., _.  reindeer can   be    cultivated    nearly   theBe u cars were iHdC. 213 cars Nc  everywhere the. eanuou ranges,   a. or-   j   Nor ^   Ug ^ars^  Nor.,   S4   cars  i  haps the moss, supply might be great  ly increased    with    expert   attention.  Caribou now range this    country    in  herds of hundreds of thousands.  Last winter tens of thousands of  them were within a few miles of  Dawson, and for several winters, previous similar herds were on tbe  Whites, and others elsewhere in the  territory. v      '  Millions of caribou have been seen  ranging the coast of Labrador and  along the Hudson Bay.  The mountain sheep is a hardy  northern animal which is a splendid  meat, producer. The yak, a larger,  cold weather animal? might be introduced. A cross of hardy cattle with  reindeer and caribou might prove a  success.  LIVED UNDER SIX SOVEREIGNS  Architects   Are  Asked  for  Plans  Ottawa.���������-The architects of. Canada  and the Empire are to bs invited to  fcubmit plans, for.a new departmetnal  building or group of buildings to be  constructed along the bank of -the  Ottawa river west of the Parliament  Suildin^s.  The land has been acquired by the  Government, and the former owners | about 1814.  are own being settled   with    by    the       She" lived under  sgreement or arbitration.  Space is urgently demanded by the  departments of the Government in  Ottawa, which have been scattered  through the office buildings of the city  in ah effort to find room for them.  The late Government was about to  erect a big official building on Sussex  Street, but before a contract could be  let they lo-t" authority to" close the  "bargain.  Some years ago the Liberal Government had a competition among architects for j*. departmental building.  The prizes ran up into the thousands, and most of the architects of  Canada ctjatP-oed. The-results were  disappointing. : Of a score of-plans  submitted, three were awarded prizes,  Yirai none thought good enough to build  from. :������������������*;"'  '������It is stated that Canadian architecture has made great progress since  that time and that such a competition today would produce some splendid designs.  'It is probable, that the first prlae  will be'$25,000, and the competition  would be limited to architects and  architectural firms of Canada and  Great Britain.  Mrs.  G.' F\  Bull,    Old    Northumberland  County   Resident,  Passes  Away  Cobourg, Ont.���������The oldest resident  of Northumbsrland County, -Charlotte  Potts. Wife of late GYW. Bull, died  at her home in Brighton at the age  of 101 years, seven months and thirteen days.  "Of. her family of nine children, six  daughters and three sons, only three  are living,- Mra. Rowclige ofMelvin?  111.; Mrs. A. E. J.jee of Toronto Junction, and. Manlius Bull, of Winnipeg.  Mrs. Bull was b������rn at Plymouth,  England, and emigrated with her  father,  a   ship  carpenter,  to  Canada  ;>  Nor?,. 2 Nor?, and 53 cars w;ere "No  Griidg" ,"being tough, ��������� threshed -too soon  and not, in perfectly dry condition for  storing  in     the*   terminal    elevators  where the grain might lie for an indefinite time.    But these 53   cars   were  1, 2 and ;. Nor., wlieat, and quite suitable for milling.      The remaining 75  cars out of  the 527  were of? various  grades but mostly Rejected.? Owing  to smut, or mixture of too much.-weed  seeds or of oats or barley.      It is to  be noted that thus far there has been  no No.  4 or No. 5 wheat; in the^new  crop? although there Will probably be  some  later,  for there  are. some late  fields in backward districts which will  have been-touched by Saturday and  Sunday's frosts.      In regard ' to   the  wheat markets generally, prices have  held mostly steady and firm throughout   the   week,   without   any  decided  tendency either up or down?    There  continues to be a    big    demand    for  wheat for export? arid; the flour milling industry  is about as  busy as it  can be.      Minneapolis   reports   daily  increasing demands for flour, and owing to the del-ay in the movement of  our western Canadian, new crop, large  mills  in  eastern Canada are getting  shipments of wheat .from Duluth and  grinding in    bond    foVY export.    The  movement of wheat   In   the   United  States continues bn a large scale and  aithough   uYS.   mills are using targe  quantities and  export' shipments are  also  liberal; the U.S.; visible  supply  is now increasing fast:     .'-Last week  the LT.S.     visible    supply    increased  six British sovereigns. At the age of 13, her mother's death left her to be her father's  housekeeper. At 2$ she was married  to Geo.  F. Bull.:   ,  Shortly afterwards she went to .er-  side in Percy township and seventy  years ago at Smithfteld they kept a  temperance house .which was one of  the stopping places of thej old stage  coaches. *'���������  The Interment was at Alton.  ?  Big Land peaj������???:-.-  London.���������One. of the ^largest individual land sales ever effected,in this  country has just been completed here.  The   purchaser   is   Lord   Joicey,   a  famous coal mine owner, and one of j to increase even in face of liberal <Ie-  the wealthiest Liberal peers of Great  2,898,000 bus. against, an., average of  1,387,000 bus. a year ago and the total is now 26,659,000 bus. against 51,-  074,000 bus. last year. The world's  shipments are also on a liberal scale  and the quantity on ocean passage increasing. Last' week the world's'  shipmentsYwere 14.576.C00 bus. against'  ll,184,000.^,-us. a:;;year ago, and the  total .quantity  oh;-; the  ocisan  is  now  ���������JQ Ol C l\ti(\   \~.'.���������..>'A-M.'lWi4t,.i)0 QCC Artf*.   K,,r.  AJU*^.4uy,v.VAr..-l4.4A*3 . ���������..*xx>lx,ixb^,.\,������itC.vv,Kiv.\j; uii**.  last-yea??.::?In:tii,e same way the Eui>  opeajivisi'blie supply is increasing lib-  erally,?lasj;; ;.week!s-^increase being  3,624.000 bim. against an increase of  1,900,000 bus .a yearl ago, the aggregate now being 72,744.00 bus. against  76,500,00 bus. last yehr? At present  there 3eems almoiat a certainty of visible stocks' over the, world continuing  Britain.  His lordship has purchased nearly  2*,000 acres of mixed farm and dairy  farming land ih the vicinity of Fort  George, B.C., for which he paid  $450,000.  Captain Hultori, who was. responsibie for the Sutherland and Desbor-  ough deals, is negotiating for the sale  to a Dutch merchant of 50,000 acres  In Saskatchewan.  ALBERTA   CROPS   25,000,000   BUS.  But   Prospects   are   That   less  Than  8,000,000 Will go out Before  Navigation Closes  Calgary.���������Tho    prospective    wheat  crop of Alberta this year is estimated  at about 25,000,000 bushels.  The prospects are that the amount  shipped out of the provino*5 before  tho close of navigation will bo leas  ihan S.OOO.OOt) bushelB ot one-third-of  tho' crop.  Tho coudltlons In Alberta this year  have been very favorable to the grain  growers.  Grain has been harvested u Uttlo  earlier than Jaat your, and although  threshing operations huvo been somo-1  what, delayed In the past fow days.  this Is only a temporary hand leap, and ���������  will not lnt*?rferf> seriously with the  preparations pf tho grain for an early  market.., -  In quality tho crop Is uniformly excellent. '"'���������'.-  The grade will bo considerably  higher tliun Inst your and In many  dlstrlotB tho ylold fliirpassoB that of  1011.  There In no doubt now of Ihe physical imponnlblUty of tho transportation of half of tho crop out, of the  country undor the proHontyOoudltloiiK,  LoHt year only 7,000,000 bushels  wore- Bhlppotl out boforo tho close of  navigation.  .  Tho movement up to date thlu year  lis conflldorably loss than that of the  inmiV period  last yoar.  Up to July 10, 15112, tho amount or  Alberta grain muriu'tod totulk'd .'.'.������,-  154,000 buslielH.  Of this 8,17.1,000 bushelB were marketed boforo tho oloso of navigation  in lftll hut. only 7,000,000 biiBholfl  wore moved.  Chartered Accountants Meet  Toronto.���������Tho Dominion AhhooIii*  tlon ;of Chartered Accountants, com-  prlalng seven Instltutcc, convened for  tho UiUd annual meeting in tne kiiij-:  Mdward Hotoi.  The  InHikuttis  cover  Nova   tScotia.  Montreal. Ontario. Manitoba, Alberta,  Hni"kalehr*.wr*n   nnd  Ilrltlsh   Columbia.  The Dominion Annootatlon In a central  1>*aIM> .  ������4A    ������������.^a    !'..,������     ..^.^^    \m\    H(nnl|.^fll    nml  will moot next yenr In Winnipeg.    ���������  Members from each of tho lirovlnces  ���������wore present.  THE MARKET REPORT  ' WHJI> ���������..������������������ iai ���������  Weekly Grain Letter Supplied by  'Thompson, Sons & Co-, Grain Merchants, Winnipeg.  mand for wheat and flour? and if'they  do so.increase it does not seem wise  to count jcm any material advano������ In  prices . in.- the near future, whatever  may happen later on in. the crop year.  We are' gradually; getting on towards  October and that month brings- thp  growing time for the Argentine and  Australian crops,, and conditions in  these countries begin" to be taken no-  tice-of and influence, northern markets. So far the wheat crops; in both  countries have got a favorable start,  and climatic conditions for growth are  encouraging. .'  Our Winnipeg , market is ln a  healthy condition, but trade Is quite  restricted .pwlng to the continued delay In the movement of. the new-crop.  Some of our exporters who have had  vessels engaged to load wheat at Fort  WlUiani have had to send the vessel  to .Duluth. and get grain there to load  them. rhe scarcir.y of spot, wheat  has been-the moans of keeping prices  very high for. spot'stuff and cars past  W'lnnli)o^.' ' Yesterday as high as  9!/c. was paid for cars of 1 Nor. past  Winnipeg and OC'i for 2 Nor., but  anxious buyers having got. thoir immediate wants filled, the price to-day'  has dropped back to Hie. Por 1 Nor.,  and 1)2 for, 2 Nor. Although wo feel  sure that we have a larger quantity  of wheat In tho wp������t this yenr than  last, aiids last, yptii*' was also a backward ,-yoaji'.-for movement, tho number  of curs iuaptuitod In the last five day*3  has only been 527,, while In tlio correspond Ing period last year the num-  bor was 153.. ours. But the Btream  Is corning once It gotB fairly startod.  To-day'u cash prlcen' arc I Nor.. Die.  I Nor, Y.������ikr, 3 Nor. u8c. Alberta Hod  Winter wheat No. 1, 92%-c*; No. 2,  fiOV.c. No.-3, R7!.0f". Thnup prlcos  aro for whout nn spot, that Is,,now ln  Rtoi'o Fort William or Port Arthur, or  for cars wnrouto past. Winnipeg. I<"u-  (urns closed October SOtdc; December  R5%c:  May. flO^c .   '  Oats���������  Tho,, fft.rong demand for cash oats  continues. Wcrnold opot 2 Cnn. West  today at 45c, but the market quota-  Monr! ;srr- ?. C.W'.. 44c: ���������rcW., 4f>4-;  Ex. 1 Fd.. 43c: 1 Fd., 4 2c;, 2 Fd,,  37',{jc. Future UollverleH are of ooWha  based oti now crop aud eloaed, Oct.  37%*!., December, 33Vic.  Barley���������  .There Is a fair demnnd for barley  nt ftOft.'ror No. 3, 4m-.. tor No. 4; 4<k:.  llojoctod, and 40c.  Food.  Fl.ix������������������  Thoro Is a Hpeonlatlvr. trado In flnx  Winnipeg, Sept. 18.���������In our market  review laat week wc uttered a note of.  rejoicing over having   Ipur   days   .of  steady warm and breezy weather, no  rain having boon reported from, any  point in western Ganadai in that period .      We regret to soy it was a case  of hallooing before we were out of tho  wood, because tlio vory noxt day aftor  the date of our review the weather became unsettled again, ami from Thursday night to Saturday morning ono of  Llu> heaviest, rain.storms of tho season  developed over'a largo,  part   of   tlie  country.     Fortunately, lt did not cover  all tho country, thero was practically  no rain in Alberta and vory little'In  wet-item 'Saskatchewan,    but    custom.  'Saskatchewan, tho moat part of Manitoba and down   Into   North   Dakota  ovorythlng   got    thoroughly     Hoakod  again, causing a complpto stoppage of  all harvoflt; work for two or threo days,  and throBhlug for a week.      At Vlr-  don Hourly 3-K_ Inches or rain was re-  ported, at Port age la Prairie 2% inches  and at Winnipeg ,tV4  iiu'hoa.      Tho  fow dayB very favorablo weather previous to tho advoraa ohango on Thursday  had  allowed   thro-ulilng  to  get tt  fall* start In uomo dlatrlctH, and by iho  beginning of this   wyok   rooolpts   at  Winnipeg had begun to Increase, hut.  Iho return of bad woathor cut down  the ixtu'lptis ttgam at om-t-. timco Saturday   morning  up   till   this   evening  (Wednesday) thero .haa again boon a  portod of five days without, any rain,  and harvest is again progroaalng and  threshing getting another  Btart,  am!  If ordinary dry weather continues a  big incveaso In receipts will begin at  onco.       The   woathor.  howovor,  has  boon bo treacherous during tho hiat  two  mon His  wo are afraid  to say  It  Ioohh   lik������*   cjiilliiiil.1/..  ��������� 'i.'V,   ,il-! i.-hlc.h  1.; tr.ni'.lng .n hold prl"?.!1'' up Jr.  though today has boon aH lino n Sop-lfiico of    largo    prospective    nuppllort.  tmnhcr harvoi.t day aa ono can desire   To-day's each prices nre No.  1  North-  address before the Canadian Manufacturers'' 'delegates, at a smoker held in  the,.parliamentary, restaurant tonight.  He sadd that the association of which  he wa.s...the head was?doing -.a-.splendid work and was? doing muoh to'encourage, tire preyention?/givibg^ many  examples.;"'-       'bYYY--':' ?Y'  Y?%''.-*.���������'"''.���������  Some of the supreme advantages  manufacturers especially ;can derive  from a .system of technical -education  v.'erc outlined in an address that made  s deep impression on"his beavers given by Dr. James Robertson, chairman  of tha technical education commission.'    ��������������������������� '' .:Z:  J-Ie told the delegates v/hat Cincinnati, Ohio, andFitshburg. Mass., were  doing to train apprentices and even  superintendents and engineers in factories to become more skilful in their  trades. In those cities the manufacturers have collaborated with educational experts on a co-operative educational scheme". In Cincinnati for  instance*, the student works a week in  the shop he is employed at and then  goes xg school for a week during  which time his employer pays bis  wages at the same rate as if he was  in the shop. The teachers too, visit  the factories so that the mathematics  and other studies taught will be closely related to the particular work the  student is following. No irrelevant  matter is taught,.  Dr. Robertson then proceeded to  give examples ,of . what Edinburgh,  Scotland, is .doing and in comparison  showed ho-w far Canada is behind in  the:matter of,technical education?' Ed-;  iuburgh has a population of '360,000.  At the evening continuation classes  10.000 young people* are attending and  learning-; the eighteen different tradeB  taught- *He.re. ���������������������������;.'  Eight ?'per cent oi* the pupils at  these schools are youths who went  straight from the public school, the  fees of which, are so nominal that they  are within the reach of the very  poorest.  rhe cost of the upkeep of the classes last year. was about?$75,000. Of  this amount the fees of the students  paid seven. per cent of the cost, the  Imperial government sixty per cent,  and the ratepayers of the city the balance. No one Is; compelled to ��������� attend the class. Yrhe movement started seven years ago and Dr. Robertson declared that wlrm future genera-  4-J^.^n lf.f\\yi.-l^r.Al. *.V -A.-^.4.nH��������� ��������� XX.....'. n.lll  IAV4JO       1A4'-"A        UlAvn     .AAA   .   AAASl-l/A J L>AA*S^y     .   YlAAA  pick this work but as the dawn ?of a  new era. He put the value of such  education' plainlj' before the convention. ' "  The report of the railroad and the  transportation committees dealt with  every classification of freight, .baggage and transportation. Most of  the material in the report of the committee"? 'has been called to the attention of the railway commission such  as freight rates, size of baggage, etc.  During a brief discussion which followed the reading of the report R. D.  Falrbairn, of Toronto, head of. the  Falrbairn Scale Co., charged. the railroads with being over zealous to boost  the rates.  The rates t6 the west, he said; are  based on one way only. It Is a well  known fact tbat it costs as much, to  send goods-to, say Saskatoon or any  other place in the west, from the east,  as It does to Australia. The. railroads can carry freight at a good deal  less rate than at present. The sole  object of railroad companies seems  to be to increase their rates air along,  the line. .  I tell yon, gentlemen, declared*Mr.  Falrbairn, with, vehemence, transportation is-a much move Important snb-  ���������fect to Canada iust now than the tariff question. The tariff in many  cases is not a, factor at. all. The Dominion government should carry the  Intercolonial railroad through to tho  const.   .    ,-'  -,.-?���������*.���������.r':?.  We have- had .'a Uttlo experience In  governmental;aiid municipal ownership arid it'hiis"'Jmet with a good deal  pf success.     ,s  ,. Mr. Falrbalrn's. expressions woro  readily endorsed ln many respoots by  Mr.  Edmond. of Toronto.  _, x, _,      , j saw a man of unusual povr.';r under  a survey of the natural resources ot   w.hose nne no cnc aeed 67CX -p9 lmu-  the self-governing Domimons, an ex- gry or sick or die? and some thought  ammation ot their facilities for -pr^jHe might be the looked iov Messiah,  auction, manufacture and distribution }��������� asd tl.ey Woalcl tha, efor_ Droclsiyf  of articles of commerce, a study of the* Him king.      They did-not know thatr-  requirements of the United Kingdom  and the, Dominions in ths matter of  food? and raw ^materials and the available sources of-supply and an exami-a-  atibn of the trade of the several parte  of. the Empire alike with eachbther  and. with the rest of the world.  (-2) v  A general investigation of the  fmmigration of population    from    the  He was really the God appointed Kin^  of the Jews a_d did not understand  that the rulers had rejected Him and  were only watching their opportunity  to kill Him. He knew all things and  could wait His time, saying, "Even" so.  Father, for so-it seemeth good in Thy  eight." Here Is another perplexing  item 'to little faith.    He sent the mul-  Ilnited Kingdom to  the overseas do- j titudes away in peace to rest, but sent  minions. these  weary disciples  out  to a ni_ht  This will include an examination  into the various systems and agencies  now employed in providing, selecthig,  directing and'sustaining the current  of immigration from Great Britain, an  mm.^x m-mm X m^ *^ *��������� i ^\mmx   '.^*       '*��������� l> V-l fm -m ���������*% S. Z *x r* /\ if * KV������-������  rr f\ l-t  ���������>���������%*_ St Iii iii������t-*jll>L������      Kf L       _ia-W       (IiQaj j_v^_v; *a      v   ������������������._���������.,������������������.Va,������.������  in receiving, directing and settling the  immigrants as they reach the country of their adoption, an inquiry as; to  the possibility of improving present  methods by more careful selection  and In the case of younger persons, by  teaching in schools, training on farms  or institutions, or by friendly care  and guidance in their new; home.  Chinese Troops^Mutinous  Pekin'.-n-Troops encampe_ . outside \ waves.  ol.toil and into a storm, while Ho  went up.into a mountain apart to pray.  Again let ���������'us" say and hold it fast, 'liA&  for God His way is perfect." "Just  and true are Thy ways, thou King of  nations." (Ps. xviii, 30; Rev. xv.  3). If we are His by His precious  blood we must be willing to learn the  necessary obedience for uervice in  the kingdom by suffering, even as Ha  did. (Heb. ii, 10; v. 8; Phil, i, 29).  Ti-ials are essential as part of our  training. (1 Pet. jv, 12, 13). Vers_  48 says that the wind was contrary  and in John vi, 18, it is said that it  was a great wind, and in Matt. xiv.  24,  that  they   were   tossed   with   the  the gates of Wii.Chang, capital of the  province of Hupepe, mutinied and attacked .the city.  .The troops numbered several hun-j  dred and were composed for the most  part of cavalry.  A strong force of General Li Yuen]  Heag's regiment immediately engaged  the rebels and after several hours of  fierce fighting, dispersed them.  The casualty list is not known; but  two officers were executed for failing  to divulge their knowledge of the  movement. .  ..-. It   is   believed   that   the   attacking  party only intended to  Inrxi-     +V.C,     .-'���������''V  but most of the towns in. the interior,  have no defenders from such outbreaks, in which both the revolution  Some one has said that, while tho  feeding of the 5,000 sets before us our  great commission to give living bread  .to tjiie hungry muitutudes, the boat in  the storm with Jesus away on the  mountain top;is wonderfully suggest-  iVAA    f^f    *iv,f\ti%&m.    mmmX..m~     f.J>    A���������4���������     ���������. . ..  -"���������  Va.^������������vLm������4,   icalUlC   UL    LU1J3    _|JjesSUAll>  age, the conflict of the church with  the' world, the flesh and the devil,  while the Lord Jesus is at the right  hand of the Fataier on behalf of His  tried and toiling people. We are certainly in a great conflict, not with  flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rul-  ���������m.a       VX        AAAC3       UAAAAAUC-������S       Ul. XlXXO        \m\jFl\X,  against: wicked spirits in heavenly  places (Eph. vi, 12), and we need the  j.whole armor of God to stand against  and former imperial troops engaged. I the wiles of the devil.       One great  The military spirit apparently is not *��������� trouble  is that  we are  too  ignorant  appreciated by the classes from which  the soldiers are recruited.  Fear Competition of .Women Lawyers-  Cardiff,  Wales.���������-The  Law  Society  cf Cardiff' is opposed to women practising law. Y  A resolution in favor,of the admission of women to the bar was d-feat-  ed at the annual meeting of the society; ''-.' "- :.. "  The resolution also urged the council of the Society ; to support a bill  that is to be Introduced in parliament  ������������%?i^������o^m>. ������^r_^j^^tift_j?.--* ������*  tlon, it is said, was that competition  by -wpineii would be injurious to men  who practice law.  of his devices and are apt to be deceived by his religious activity and  think It to be :pf God. Everything  that does not honor Jesus as God and '  rest only on His great sacrifice for  the forgiveness of sins, however religious It may seem, canuot be of  God and must therefore be of the  devil.  Consider; then, the hold that he has  upon the vast majority of the people  in the world; not only all In heathendom, with their many religious, but a  great pkrt of?:Christendom, including  all the IsmsYwhich deny the superna-  ? Would Enrol! all the Girls  Beiriln.���������Professor Dr. Witzel. of  Dusseldorf, advocates compulsory  military service for German girls. An  army of nurses should In his opinion,  follow each army of male combatahtt*  not only to care for-the wounded, but  to attend to everything connected  with food and .clothing. Every  healthy German girl, says the professor, should look on training for this  object as a patriotic duty, and the  knowledge acquired will be useful in  .tlie home if it is not utilized on the  battle field.  ; No Benefit "From War  Uelgrado, Scrvla.���������No bono/lt could  bo obtained byYt1ie Balkan nations  from a war with?Turkey, according to  a declaration "BaWrio have been mado  by tho diplomatic representatives or  Great. Britain, France and Russia during a..call at the Servian .foreign office.   ,,  Tho.Slampn Ib the authority for the  report'of the foreign dlplomnt'n action  and it. adds that the powers at tho  samo time exprossod their Intention  of Inducing Turkey to introduce oarly  ri'for'me In Mnootloiila,  ' In spite of iho olllclal denials that  thoro is any prospect of hostilities,  the Servian war office coutlmioa to  purchase largo duantltloa ot food sup-  pi Ioh.  William Marconi ia Hurt In Auto Accident  Spezla, Italy.���������William Marconi, of  wireless fame, was Injured in an automobile accident near Borghetto, In  the valley of the Vara nivfji. The extent of his Injuries hnve not. been  entirely disclosed, but he was brought  back to this city with bandages  around   his   head.  Ho was suffering from a, wound  over the right cyo and his right cheek  and tomple were badly bruised.  ^       Hurricane Swept Over Japan"  Toklo.��������� A hurrlcano swept ovor  Japan on the night of September 22.  There was much Iobh of life and  heavy damage to proporvy and shipping. All communications uro badly  Interrupted. ,  A torpedo boat, and tho destroyers j  Taehlbiina and Flbuki woro sunk ln j  Iho .Bay.  lo boo. With ibis last rain storm  camo a much lower tompfraturo, ho  that on Sunday and Monday mornings  .   , ... I.    ���������        -    I     .       I ... ���������  J... ...  .Ill   I  I. ....  A        .........       - ������   v - - '   .  'liutrWn tin much an H and 10 dogreos  of froHt at uomo points. Diirlpo and  uncut grain In Ihouo dl������tiict������Vould bo  damngwl by Much fronts, but tho ag-  've-iUvrji Canada, 100'*; No. 2, Cnnudu  Western, IRIlo; No. 3 Canada Wewt-  ������������������rii,    14i,i<).        Nino    tho    ik'w    K'itiiu  .,��������� ������....,.    fnm    n.,m t"*>i,i,<t-nn    {���������}<!���������]Oil    fll".  tobor 157o;   De^ombor, ,153c.  All pi-icon aro on basin oi u������'iiv������ry  In Htoro Fort William, Port Arthur  and Duluth.  No Word of Alliance  Loudon.-���������The Creek minister In  London declared today In an tntor-  vlow that In* had no Information regarding a formal treaty of alliance  between 0recce, Bulgaria and Scrvla.  He udded:  NevertheleHH, we have obligations  ta\vard,our brethren who aro still undor Turklnh rule which cannot, bo dis-  ror-jirdeil or evaded. In IIiIh iiMDeel  there certainly e.\iotw a nidliluiily of  Interest   between ms.  Salvation Army Channen  LoiliiiMi. Cui.r.iiun4ii.iil������;r   1 ltiu.il il  itf������������ ivoen iinriolnfed ehl������������f of the Salvation Army tot alt, auicceedlng JJiain-  weu  I'oiiiii,  Lleutemuit. Col.   Miildment    Is    ������p-  , pointed Chief s.is������i*eiary to Caniula,  Oxen Win Hlflh Honor  Toklo.���������PonslonB havo boen provided for from the Mlkndo's private purse  for tho oxen which drew the burial car  at tho late Mikado's funeral. With a  Rpoclal attendant each, tho oxon will  npend tho remainder of their lives in  luxury In tho imperial palace. The  old isiiHtom of giving them the Junior  fifth grade of court rank was disregard oil.  Miiiittten* Must Foreoo Trips  Ottawa,.���������The announcement that  parliament, will ho nunimoned In November has iiflcosBltated a complete  change iu tlio plana of tho cabinet  mlnlBtors, A half dOKtm momhors  had been expected to make trlpi* to  the coast, but will now In all probability have to abandon tho plan.  spotless life? YHis death as our substitute. Hia literal resurrection "  from the dead Y> His present ministry at the.right hand of the Father  and His coming again to set up His  kingdom of righteousness and peace  on the earth. Truly the winds are  contrary, and though the storm is not  yet as great as it .'will be, it is already  quite severe.., In our own land Just  now the highest among the people are  deyoted to Unitarlanlsm and Roman  Catholicism, and It is far from wise  in tlie eyes of many to say a word  agpinst either.  It is a good time for such as Daniel and his friends, for such as will  bow to none but the living and true  God.      It looks  .ike the time  when  the adversary shall speak great words  against the Most High and shall wear  out, the saints of the Most High, and  many  shall. be purified,  made  white  .  and tried.   (Dan. vii, 25;   xii? 10).  It  also looks   to  many as  It did  to the  disciples in tho boat, as If the Lord   ���������  , neither naw nor eared.      How comforting, then, aro the words, "Uo saw  thorn toiling in rowing" (48).     When  it scorned dark as midnight to Israel'  because' of   the   oppression   of   tho  Egyptians tho lord said to Moses, "I Y  have soon, I havo hoard, I know, I am :���������:[  como down to deliver." (ISx. ill, 7, 8),''"'  When   Peter  was    in   *p>lson,     after  James had been beheaded, and unceasing pray or was made by th-** church  unto  God   for  him,   It   was   not   until  the last night, that tho angel delivered him, but ho was not too Into and  never Is.  In tho morning watch Josus camo  walking on the sou. and whon thoy  received Him Into the ship tho wind  ceased, ami Immediately thoy woro at  thoir destination (vorse 5J; John v(,  21). So It will bo again. In that ���������  morning that Is drawing noar Ho will  come, aud Instantly His pooplo shall  be with Him li. th,* air. their loil aud  conllict forever ended. Lot us all  be patient till tho morning. (11 Sam.  xxlli, 4; Ph. xlix, 14; exxx. 6). To  their fears He said, "Be of good choor;  It Is I: be.not afraid" (verse 50). Ho  Is over tlio same and Is saying the  Mimo words to all our foam. May wo  have eai'H to hoar. By His power  Peter alno walked on the water and  ......v..   i;y:r  v.'rrVrr*,'-!   fr.rfV.r.r  it' ]-,,-  h-'id  kept his eyes on Jooub and hud noi  thought of wind or waves.    Tho ono  thing always lacking on our part la  faith.     The admonition we constant*- v''1  ly  need  is. "Have    faith     In    God.?'������:^l  "He mil afraid; only belle vo."  Italy Start*) Praia Bureau  Koiiii'-TIik lliillnn t-nvernnifiil linn  Just oAlahUiihml a prettM bureau. All  lhe 1'oreiM,!. piiperu will bn road and  whenever an editor wiy'i anything derogatory on Italy the bureau will try  tu ulunv liim lie hi luniuilicii.  London,.���������Tell tltcuuaiKl school c|,|������V  Ultll      V  It'll'   >.      A .4 A-      .V41-...      ..All...       ���������,._.>       AAA  Preulon   yesterday,   at   which   2000  ncholnrn had mrblbiu of pluntii.  .bP  ���������vH.  m  >:; <.  Uruflu-������y A*jrlculturl������t������ Com|i,-| We**  Toronto.���������lion.   Hugo A,   Burraicb,'-M'V.  mlnlKier of agrlculturo  for  Uruguay,    "  uml tlii.i: prominent Uruguayan-"Ag**|������  milturlals who    have    bei'it    '���������Mii'tylnK  Oiunrlo   furinliiK   metliodii.   have   loft  for the Canadian weit.      Aftor,u. tout*  ot   the   |i|-iilrle   |ivnvlne������iM   they' will   jyt>  lo Kiigland. Kuropo and porhnt>ii''Auii������  11lillli. i Hi'.V   HiAii'   uiit?.ul>   U.iviH-H,  ...     .-,       I-.     ,���������������������        I.,        , t.  v,        fl.,������.!������.������        QUIA.       h ~, .8  utated today    that    OiUHiio'flf.^ fai������n������  wero tho hemt they had yet jftf������n, ,  i. 'V '   '-  g We will giveene hex. of shells Free for everj? de-  feeti\?e shell returned fo us*  .*_  -*s  *__k_*->  rs*.  ril IJIbI  BILLIARDS AND POOL, HOT OR COLD  BaATHS, CIGARS, CIGARETTES AND  CONFECTIONS. RAZORS GROUND  AND SET. ���������������������������       .\        V       .'.  | SAM HATFIELD,Prop.  Church Notices  METHODIST CHURCH  Services will be held every Sunday as  follows:  Morning        ���������������        - 11 ������00 a. m.  Evening   -        -    .    ������     7:30 p. m.  Sabbath School 2:20p.m.  You are welcome to  tarry -with us.  Fred L, Carpenter  Pastor  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  ULCERS,   BOILS,   SWOLLEN   <ui*-_rci  PIMPLES, AND ALL SIGN AND BLOOD DISEASES  .ARE COjMPLETELY CUaRED BY THE  NEW METHOD TREATMENT  I\\f ^w^^^-^  vfe desire to call tie attention ocaiitaooa  afOicce- with any Blood or Skin Pfcwwo to  our Mew Method Treatment as a guaranteed  cure for these compl���������icts. There is no excuse foranv oc-peoa harin^ a disS-UreA fee**-  from eruptions and blotches. "Xo matter  ���������R-iiether hereditary or acquired, our specino* j  remedies and Lreainieot ceutraiiad all poi- -  sous la ihe blood and expel them trom tha  system. Oar ���������vast expeneoce in the treatment of t_o������_aads of the most serious sod  complicated cases enables us to perfect a  cure "without experimenting. "Wedo business  oa the plan���������Pay OcJy for tho Benefit Yoa  Derive. IC you nave any blood disease, consult, us Free of Charge and let us prove to  you how quickly our remedies -will remove,  ail evidences of disease. Under the influence  of the New Method Treatment the sarin becomes clear, uSeers. pimples and blotches  !__t up. enlsfgrd gl_-.es ars rednesd, __!es  out hair farrows in again, the eyea become  bright, ambition and energy return, aad tbe  victim realizes a new life has opened up to  him.    VOU Cj*N arrange to pay after  YOU ARE CURED  CONSULTATION FREE  Sent! for Booklet oa Disease* of Men  "THE GOLDS* MONITOR" FREE  If unable to call, ���������write for a Question liat  Cor Homo Treatment  ga=t  m  ���������m  1  Service every Sunday  at  11 a. si.  and 7:30 p. m.  Sabbath School at 2:30 p. m.  Adult Bible Class at close of evening service.  W. G. BIaAKE  Minister  IT IS ORDERED that service upon  the Defendant of the summons in this  action together with the notice hereon endorsed once a week fo_ three;  weeks proceeding the 24th day of  October, 1912, in the Creston Review  Newspaper published at Creston, B. C.  be deemed good and sufficient service  of the said summons!  AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED  that the said Defendant do enter an  appearance to the said summons in  V.AV UAllliO ui vino vuulv   ������t������u  \jX&Bn\rtx   i>aa  or before the 24th day of October, 1012.  AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED  that the costs of this application be  costs in the cause.  G. A. M. YOUNG,  Magistrate  NOTICE  This action is brought to recover che  sum of One Hundred Dollars for debt  and Three Dollars for costs, being  the amount due by the Defendant to  the Plaintiff.  -The following are the particulars:���������  1012. Auciist 19���������To monev  ���������w m  loaned by the Plaintiff to  the Defendant. $100.00  !  __ OAR LO-4DS of Farm Impiements  cdhsSstsng of  I^ight and Heavy wagons, One horse wagons,"Plows  all sizes, Orchard extension disks, all sizes, Harrows  spike tpoth, leaver- and spring tooth, One horse  cultivators, sand packers, cream separators, Root  cutters, Mowers, Rakes, Hay loaders, Hay tedders  .etc.  . ��������� '���������'..- "'.';������������������  arm  *���������?   _,**���������:**������*���������  mmVzaatssB'-tsagigxBmTS  OFGRESYOH, &*&*   '  iis.iidireijt wiiiLiifiE.yT  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold Si,   Detroit, Mich.  All letters from Canada must be addressed  to our Canadian Correspondence Department iu Windsor, Ont. If you desire to  see us personally call at bur Medical Institute in Detroit as we see and treat  no patients 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 oar private address.  Water iNotice  Fob A Licence to Take and v..  Use Water  NOTICE is hereby given that Egbert  Louis Tom Taylor of Creston B. C,  will apply for a licence to take and  use i cubic foot of water out of tributary of Kin*; Creek which flows in a  westerly direction through Block9. Lot  892 and empties into King Creek near *  Block 11 of Lot 892. The water will  be diverted at the S. . co rner of  Block 9, and will be used for domestic  purposes on the land described as  Block 9. Lot 892 (S, E= 10 acre block).  This notice was posted on the ground  on the 23rd day of Sept. 1012. The  application will he filed in the office of  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)  CATHOLIC  SERVICES  Mass will be said next; Sunday, October 6 1912, at 10 a. m.  Sunday School at 2:80 p. m.  Rosary and Benediction of the Blessed  Saorement at 3:80 p. m?  Father John.  ���������  T IT  AND ORNAriENTALS  rn{dQtPDRHl  V^Ali* lyilfQpI-ipR  UU1UU11.UU1M    1_UIU&U   -riUl.UUllHJU  VERNON, B. C.  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name. We carry all the leading varieties most  suited tp this district.    Our specialty is budded stock  j-a.__   4-_-*���������������et<-s   -?���������������-_���������> ���������*���������*_-���������>. I Af-a     .-tiiUjf-xiA  ���������s*������/r\#*vf-o  U1X      lmXj.X W\^- y������*������A-WI.U        ?fA*V/*������-    *VVwO>  W      For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.       ���������#  ��������������� J. Blanco, Box 29, Creston, B.C.  S  M____i__M___i_^_i_ii____i  i_BM6__8ii_fa__BBiBBaffa>TiT?iTT^W  The RlmfG^sideNurseraBS  Comprising 125 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.  \mP0S)B,!'SS mm,            .   ���������        .  ���������     -r   APPLE TREES  Cherries  Plums  GUARANTEED HOMEGROWN  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established lOOObytho HON. MARTIN BURRELL.  Minister of Agriculture  I ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANOH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  ���������All sizes in Stanfleld _ underwear  at tho Creston Mercantile Co.  | For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON. Agent. Creston, B. C.  I  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  *>ir������ A T^i��������� C    4-1 IT   T7/-lT.r?T4->Ti  REST, $12,500,000  XJX\.xTXXX\JJ      \JtXa      M.' \^X\.XUX\JtX^      \m*\J ^ tiLm X. X*.X.Xmd\J)  N  Drafts on tin* principal citl������*������ in the following countrlcH issued without  delay:  MarodonU  M.ltu  Manchuria  Cub*  Denmark  Kgypt  Afiioa  Arabia  Aria-Ulna Republic  Armenia H*lnland  Aualrall. t/ormuna  Auatrla-Hungary Franco  Balktliim O.rmany  Uraill Oreoc.  Ilulgarl* Holland  C.VlUU IA.4..M..U  Uti'!! j.....-  China "'y  Cret. Japan  Thewc drufta can be drawn in Htcrllntf, francn, nmrlco, lire, ltront-n, yetlr  tnetn. roublt'M. etc., accnrdini* t*������ I lu* money of tlu* country in which they  are payable. Thin enables the payee to obtain tho exact amount intended.  Mexico  New ZruluuJ  Norw*y  I'u r> ami  1'cralw  I'eru  JMililrpfim toUiiiU  4   L,IMI,U  1'ortuual  Rouinuiilu  Ruaala  Sarvla  Blnm  Siberia  Suutli Africa  Spain  Htralta Settlemenle  bwudeii  Hwltaorland  Syria  United Stale*       ""  Weil Indlca, etc.  Htmnn/x-mr  m,   -^"* *~^  iar   fSt/xwif-r    Monno^f-r Crfxton Brnnrh  SYNOfSlS OF CANADIAN NORTH-  WEST MINING REGULATIONS  COALj-CoiU mining rlglna mny bo leaned  (or twonly-ono years, ronowablo at an annual  luntul of 81 an acre. Not mure man 2,u00 uo-  roH oan bo loaned to ono applicant. Royalty  llvo contn por ton, In timuirvoyarl territory  tlio tract muHt bo Ntakod out by tho appll  oniit ln ponton, and pornonal application to  llio AkouI ui* huli'Ago'il uf Dominion JUiuil  lor tho dlHtrlot muutln all canon bo inudo and  tho rontal for tho ilrat year muut bo paid to  tlio nijcnt within thirty day* niter flllni*  application  QUAUTZ���������a portion elKhtoon yearn of am  and ovor, liavlni* mado a discovery may lo-  eatoaclalml.AOU footby 1.IVO0. Koo, |ft. At  IffiM- f1<V* rn\wx hn ^y.p4������n'l���������>*1 on tin* claim  eaeli year or paid to tho Mlnlnf- Itooorder  Whon |6U0,0 ban boon oxpondod or paid und  other roqulremontn compilod -with, tlio claim  may bo purchanod at tl an acre  I'LACICH MINING OLAIMH uro 600 feet  long und from J.000 to 2,000 fot.t wide. Kntry  foo tfi. Mot Ice** than $100 muut bo expended  In dovelopomont Worlc each year.  c u river may ba louued to ono applicant for  ti term of 20 yoara.   ltentul. 110 a mile imr un  num.  lioyulty. H% peroent after tbo output  oxooedMtilo.oou.  w  w rvi������v  n*������i,,'������ Mlnlit->i*orthe Jnlerln  SEALED   TENDERS   addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender  jj..._va'*.   ���������������������������.  . _.m     .   mrmrs*. -,  v\.s.~x     *Q    *-4     fl  tw rue wuurj.ut' ntuuW jrotm, _>._.,  will be received at thi8 office until 4:00  P.M., on Friday, October 11, 1912, for  the conetruotion of a File bent and timberdeoking wharf at Willow Point  Distriot of Kootenay, British Columbia.  Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender  obtained at this Department and at the  othoesof F. W. Aylmer, Esq., Distriot  Engineer, Chase, B. C, O. C. Worsfold  Esq., Distriot Engineer, New Westminster B. O., aud on application to the  Postmaster at Willow Point, B. O.  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unles*  made on tho printed forms sop plied, and  signed with their actual tipualnros  dtatiug their oooapatiou ami  places of resideuoe. lu tho ohho of firms  the aotual Biguaturo, the nature of I lit  oooupation, (, and place of rosideuce oi  eaoh member bf tho firm miiHt be given  Each tondor must be acooinpuuiod lo*  au accepted clioquo ou a chartered bault  payable to the order of tho Honourable  Minister of Public Work**, iqual to ton  per oont (10%) ot the amount ot the tender, which will bo forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a  contract when oallod upou to do ao, or  fail to oomploto tlio work coutraotod for.  If tho tendor bo not accepted tho ohoine  will bo returned.  Tho department does not binditeelt to  accept tho lowest or any tondor,  By order,  IX, O. DE8BO0HEWB,  Secretary.  .  .���������  . ^ ���������-GET  4*T_i B _ _ r������sxma  VIIWI  THE-  Ty pewriter  NOWi  IT IS YOURS FOR  i^GENTS  ������    i   A DAY  A small first payment brings  the machine, aiid you use it and  have it while you're paying.  The most  Creston.  Sopular typewriter in  till ions in use.  Guy Lowenberg* Agt  m-mmmmmmaKM*mmmmmmmmm**mm******���������m  jmffm1f0llmWl^SKlf&^^^f39^  l\amm\BBBSkmBBm  BB&  1  A COMPLETE LINE OF  Jja"* . '  Peabodys Garments  We Have Them In ALL SIZES  m  They Are Roomy and Goo<J Fitters  '*m\m*  OVERALLS  WraM.T9T������ST5iiOPHERl  THEvAVIt-STANDIT-BECAUSElTHEVrARE MADE TO WEAR  Kxiji  I  jjopurbuieuc m* ji mmu  rfviiaoi  Ottawa, September 18,    W12.  Newspapers will not be paid for thi������  advertisement if thoy insert it without  ���������atithnrlkv from the Lemrtment.������-M221  NOBODY BUYS OVERALLS TO'PLAV TRlCKSAtff.TW  iTHEM SUCH AS IS SHOWN IN THE PICTURE ABOVEV  JIM WHICH FOUR MEN'EXERTED' ALU THEIR STRENGTH  IN.THE EFFORT TO RIP A PAIR OF PEABODYS' OVERALLS)  BUTIIF THEY.WILl STANPJHlS-THilY WONT Rllf  UNDER THE. HARDEST KIND OF LEGITIMATE WEAR.  WE  ARE   THE. AGENTS   OB  PEABODYS*  fillADAWTPI-Tl    ril/PDAII** stus  'THE CRESTON MERCANTILE CO.  .!.������.. ..uiii'm.M������ii'wi..iuii������toiM.^^

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