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Array 61  I  H<  /  y  ex-  ^v  . A      . -  *   //_       /  fr. j. 4      A j ~     ^" .ST     JI  '-j-*.  ,4-*- -  /���������/���������  /Z"  -".'  S 'ALL THE -NEWS 1  of the GRESTON'S  DISTRICT. .--,_'  I  All Roads In Hast afS^ -West Kootenay Lead, to GtfestoEi  -*������������������������(&.   ^^������iiO'"-g*A:  __ we  iYJLJ-O  _-^y ^. ti  ���������4j*^'*^Ba������MaHteii_Mtta_iiaMHaaaM������| ,'  ftSENT TOATNTYY  ADDRESS   FOR  $2.00 A   VEAR  lSrb, T-TY^th" Year.  CRESTON,  B.C.   FRIDAY    NOV. i,    1912.  Single Copies* ^e  mi ll -iuiui*.. iinu  ���������nnnn  .ri   illliiil r__ji-JUll  PRIZES     STIMULATE  INTEREST  Thanksgiving Day Shoot  Lost to Opponetns With  . Close   Score  ' Thanksgiving day brought to a close  the shooting season with a match  be-  , tween the Fernie and the Creston-  Eriekson Civilian Rifle associations on  "the home range. The local association ������ie_oted "i Challenge cup to be  competed for annually- by the neigh-  ' boring rifle associations from Nelson  (inclusive) eastward along che Crows  Nest. The Crawford Bay association  was unable to accept this year and  'though Nelson assosiation accepted  they wired the last moment saying  they were unable to attend: So instead of a meeting extending over two  days as was anticipated, the -winners  of t_p run for 1912 had to be decided  I  , in the match  between Oreston   and  Fernie, the latter winning by 8 points.  The scores were as follows out of a  possible 106 points for the three dis-  . tances, 200, 500 and GOO yards:  Creston ���������,  r.      mm OO  _rM**m.GO-tM-'f -..-w  .^.-A.S.FitzGerald 91  ��������� B. Botterill 95  _|    *~i _ a.-_-~".���������_ a.       cm  ������j. OrttuWi'Sguii      bu  rifle associations of Fernie, Hosmer  and Creston met in a friendly struggle  for this cup in which Fernie ultimately came out the winners. . The day  seemed to he an occasion of general joliflcation, the whole town, bubbling over with all sorts of amusement, giving us an impression of the  keen enterprise of the coal town  which a few years ago was a mass of  blackened ruins.  *   On the 27th of July a team repre-   XI A. ���������_ A-t 4l.v I   YD t_'.a-.   K>tu*uu{������ fAitj yiatviuiu xJO/y    a.iaic   odow  ciation met us by invitation on our  own range .and though we lost the  match, we gained by the experience  and solemnly declared that before the  dawn of another season we would  equip ourselves with the latest pattern  ���������aperture sights, which are not issued  with the rifles by the government, if  we hope to hold our own with teams  already using them.  Thanksgiving    Day   brought   to a  close by far the most interesting   s ea  ^rin    *i*r������      _*Va<&      Vi*._fA*Tr      AfvP     *->-_a      _^.**Aca4*#-'n.  xJ\Sm.������       A__ VMV UtUVW*    f W������ WMV V^ * ���������...������ V mmm mmm  Erickson Civilian Rifle association.  this opportunity of expressing their  thanks to the public who have so  generously come forward in helping  to make the season a success.  :wi  CO. S., 31GNAFIES ORANBROOK  CO-OPERATIVE STORES.  A Hallowe'en surprise party Was given in honor o������ Miss Ida Gunn last evening by a number of her friends. A most  pleasant evening -vvas s_ent in games  and daucing.  ������������tt������<4*1<\������cra     *Py_������-     *-*_l\*i ���������_r_*TToir*A  Tbe Cash Store.  On and after Mo_d**v. Nov. 4 Dr.  FiiasSrose Wells will bo found at the  rooms over what was formerly known  as Trom-ley's bop.rding house, to see  patients, between 11 and 1 or at other  times by appointment.  ���������For the nest week all the stick on  hand a**, the late J. H. Howarth's jewelry store will he sold at cost.  .     _j  aam.v.1Im.am1amw  IVU   A* AJA/AAA^AaAJUAVAAAAAA JT  J. Hayden  d   rtnnn  88  79  528  Femie  L������-lAO  V***   *  ***������"*������ii*   ���������"i *��������� r ._  Wintoh  **- r    ' *���������  Ncwick  Bean  Mc In tyre  Gould  93  89'  77  89  91  95  534  ���������Just arrived, hew stock of rubber  uuui n ouu ouvcei -  HERE arid THERE  *  After three hearty cheers, the captain of the winning team expressed  - nope that we would meet again  next year on their range and try to  ? ?wiu.back the cup to Creston, Y  ti'-    Thanksgiving  day  also decided J.  ? J. Hayden tho winner of a cup given  j  by the association for the best average throughout the season taken from  not less than ten scores. ���������     : . ��������� ti  The winner of the Silver Plate presented  annually   by   the   Dominion  ,   Government has not yet been decided  i*. - upon. '','������������������'  Hitherto   it  has  been  found very  , dtffitci.lt   by   thoso   endeavoring   to  ticket to the conservative convention  and banquet held at Reveistoke last  week.  Mrs. P.  C. Hayman,  who  with  her  into swamps  and -quagmires; this re-  husband ha -5 beeu spending the summer  ducerl the daily average considerably.  in the Old Country, returned to Creston  Tuesday.    Sbo hns been visiting in To  ronto on her way home aud was accompanied from that city to Creston hy her  sister, Miss Paffard, of Queens Bn*f.  ���������70 inch all linen tabling   for   50 j  Very snecial at the Mercantile.  A masquerade ball -will be held on the  5th of November under* the auspices  of the Creston L. O. L. Admission 75  cents.    Prizes will be given. *  ��������� Send for our prices on furniture, we  pay the freight.    O. C. S.  Mr. and Mrs. ������. M. Harrison of  Yahk spent Thanksgiving with friends  and relatives at Erickson.  ���������Registered Yorkshire White Boar,  Oak Lodge Duke oi Agassiz���������36278, bred  by the director of the experimental farm  Agassiz, B. C, is for service at Valley  Viaw ranch.  ���������The C. C. S. of Oranbrook is selling  Iron Beds with raattreBS and spring for  $11.  A large number of Indians .went to  Cranbrook this week to attend the Feast  of AU Souls.  SrHflFIFillPAV-S  O. W, Lester of Crescent Valley is  again in town looking for cattle to purchase.   '  Fines to the amount of .8*500 were  inflicted in several cases of selling liquor to boy's, in the Hoffman Hotel at  Rossiand* Tbe owners of the hotel,  the lessee, and two bar tenders were  involved. The proprietor of the Central Hotel was also fined $300 for having his bar opened on Sunday morning.  The Department of Agriculture has  sent out-circulars denying , the report circulated several weeks ago, thit  the government intends'to snpplv stuni-  ing powder free of rest tb the farnier.  The government at present '"supplies-.the  ranchers powder at reduced rates when  it is purchased through the Farmer3  Institute or other farmers organization,  and will continue to do so.  ' On Tuesday Louis Ooderre tojk the  oath of office as the new Secretary of  State to succeed Hon. W. J. Ron >e.  ���������Pedigreed* Airdate paps, .forsaXbr^.  E. Hayden.  J.-D. Reid, the  insurancs agent, is  again apunding a few days in Oreston.  ���������Onr new fall shapes in Mens Hats  have arrived    Creston Mercantile Co.  The Dry Farming exhibit committee  and a number of other Crestonites re.-  turned from Lethbridge the first of tbe  jweek^ JThey ,-epojct Creston's exhibit .a  f p  decided success.  ���������All kinds of vegetables and fruit for  sale. I will deliver your order. Jim  Kee Oreston.  RQoaevelt spoke a half hour with a  shot ia him. 'That _ nothing," says a  loom punster, "one of Creston's orators  af ten speaks two honrs with seven shots  in him."  stimulate ������t friendly spirit of rivalry  so necessary', b6t\yeen members in  range in shooting, to create sufllcient  attraction to insuro a regular attendance. At our annual meeting held  last March, a proposed programme  for tho coming season waa suhiiiittod  which after a fow minor alteration-  was approved and paused.  To iiuliieo niemlieiH to attend tho  range more often ���������'certain days  tlu'iiii|.,hoiil the ueanon were not iV'i'le  for prixe Hhooting. Eighteen mnall  pri'/.en wore open for competition, so  tuv'ingi'd l'1'1** 'H'gi'���������������������������������������''���������' and Inferior  Hholw have uh good a olmiicu of whining one as tho others,   and at the  hauK;  i.iliii; fuftiili lil    hiililCi iiit"lit,   V.'.V.  given them to improve their utantlnvd  of 1-monl.iug.   The elfeet  UiIh Jimh IiikI  in evident,   for men  whono ucores in  previous  yoavs  liovered   iincouifoi'ln-  lily in tlie seventies  are  now  on  the  verge of the ninetiew.  On Doiuinion Day, July 1, in re-  h|iuiiM< In an li-v il.iLltui fiiiui Lhf  F tti'te Hill** iiHflot'iallon,   a  tenni   wjih  ���������Stiiuflelds underwear at tho Oreston  Mercantile,  ������������������We pay the freight, and if yon are  uot satisfied with the values received  from us, we will pay the freight bacb  and refund fnll amount of your purchase.   C. C. S.  PATHFINDER TELLS  STORY OF LONG TRIP  ' m\m     1   ������������������ -nml ���������i.i.n.y.    .. ������ ���������  First Attempt To   Cross  Canada by Auto A  Success  Shooting in the annual matohes of the  Sixth D. O. O. O , Monday, Captain P.  M. Farrisk made a hew record for tho  British Empire for si_ ranges, making a  total of 201 out of a possible 2 0. The  best provlous record in tho competition  was lUi).  Latest reports from the seat of war In  Houtheaatern Kuropo toll of decisive victory for the BulRuihin army. A Kreat  TarkiGh army, eatlmfltfid at ovor 200,000  mon, has bean Uuieutud uud .iri letrout-  lug. OouBtniitinoplo is believed to he  at tho moroy of tho BulgnriaiiH.  JumcH S. Sherman, Vice President of  tho Unitod Statos, died of bright*- di-  afliine on WndnoHdnv. The republican  national nommittoo will moot iu Chicago, November 12 to uaroo a now can-  didiito for tho phi' 0.  The west bound pin-monger train has  changed time and is now due at 15:.0  The now offloe hours at the station are  from 8 a. m. to 0 p. in.  ��������� General   purpose, blaok  team for  fiale.-J. Compton.  Mro. Geo Johnson and daughter Zol-  la spent TbankHgivlug in Oranbrook.  ���������LADIES, call at our store and look  ovor our supply ot MoOalls pattoruH just  I'onnlved.   S. A. Spoors.  Hi'iil, lo compete for a Wilver <Jup th  nated by tlio ".I'urmu Athletic awhoci- i  atiun."   Threo toama representing tho [ *"* ������������������������������'*- -*-^i***-"���������  ���������LADIES, call at our store and  look over our supply of McOallH pat.-  teinn JuhL reeleved.    H. A. .Speers.  ���������Bee the large a������������orttuoiit of tuunlcti  .k,a .. lira nn ri'nri*riv in   the  Drnir fitore  A. Miller, *Aho Isengagod at aoallug  loRHin varlottB part������ of tho Province  spent a oouplo of dnynthisweok in town  - Eo,oi;orjT.*r Cr,n Sr.n1������*y������, fl'***������������<', tn t.ho  world, for sale by tho Orortton Haidwaro  &FnmUuro Co., nole ngouta iu tho  Kootonay Valioy.  M .., ., 4% -.  Mrs. Sum Soott of Krloknou upout the  Hh'ter-in-lnw.Mr'i. DimWh.  By Thomas W. Wilby  [Canada's first Ocean to Ocean Motorist]  The Canadian Highway is a fact! Out  of the liiii.6 of dreams, oat of the realm  of visions, the Canadian Highway  emerges, proved foasiblo on tho first  I attempt at a transcontinental journey.  The tour officially ended nt Viotoria  en Octobor 18, ou .he return from the  wast ooast of Vnnoouver Island, when u  bnuquot was given to Mr. Wilby by tho  president of tho Automobile Association  Mr. A. E. Todd, and at which Mayor  Beokwith, W. W. Fostor, Deputy Minister of Wo'ka, aud olhei* leudiug eltl-  vsonH wore presont. *"  Tho actual tour from coast to coast  occupied forty-uino days elapsed time,  tho Btart having been made from Hall-  fax about font* o'olonk in dnll. cold,  woathor, and tho arrival at Vancouver,  by a oo-inoldouoe, was made at tho same  honr and under tho Hame weather con-  ditloiiH. The actual raimlug time was  forty-ono days and tho mileage was a-  000 mllos, which gives end  aveni|*o of  r*r~   m t\ _ ��������� -,4-.   ������.,*>*���������   r)rt������w  In addition to the 3.900 mile?, 700  miles covered under other than the  oar's own power, owing to the absenae  of trail or road; this applies particularly to New Ontario. As far as North Bay  no shipping had to be undertaken, although this was the first car that had  ever come- through all the way from  Halifax to that point.  At first it was not difficult to keep up*  nt,   a?g*rAO_   nf     1?0   miles     &   dftV      but  from the p-airie proviuces on, this was  reduced fo ae low as sixty miles. The  highest daily run was made in Alberta-  tot)    IT. 1103,    08vV/@@n    iixfipia      aJac6_  iiuu  Lethbridge, the lowest in Manitoba-14  miles, from Winnipeg to Headingiy,  owing to the wretched state of the gumbo roads* The car was mnnin" on &n  average often miles to the gallon, sometimes as much as fifteen miles to the  gallon was made, out in some parts ot  British Columbia, five miles to the gal-  tr_ii   tirct a   ���������*g\*mtrl     ewfxi ������*i c_ ���������T'*���������*������o     m*ijv������V_������*������������*    ���������^j*F  t  broken link'' in the road through British Columbia necessitated running on  the ties iu some places; taking a steamer  on Kootenay Lake ou another, and rnn-  uing for a few miles through the United  States in another place.  The cost of croising from Halifax to  Vancouver averaged about $9.50 a day  per person. The expenses of tbe car  were about $5.00 per day exclusive of  repairs. On two oucassions the driving  shaft having been twisted.  The gumbo roads of Manitoba were in  sucb bad condition that the drivers  went on strike in Winnipeg, causing a  three day delay". ^ Owing to"the absence'  of roads many detours had-to be made,  amonntiug to 600 miles altogether* of  which 300 were in Ontario and 300 iu  British Columbia.  The e_i.jiusiu.aiu fur ihe Gtuiutlinu  Highway all along the road was marked  Towns aud cities did their best to welcome the patbfiuder and besides presenting pennants of their town and entertaining the motorist, passed resolutions  pledging unqualified co-operation in any  scheme for the Canadian Highway from  coast to coast.  Chains were sold nn used Block and  taokl������ were often in requisition. On  one occasion a bridge had to be built to  get tho c.ir over, and teams were necessary to pull the car out of the bud spots.  The motorists, however, were always  able to get shelter for the night and  never lacked food or gasoline.  Scarcely any maoadam roads were  found on the -journey, the majority wub  earth aud the rest gravel. Tho best  roads wero in British Columbia and in  Ontario,    tho worst iu Manitoba,   the  earth roads of the  Maritime PiovJuooh  and Alberta and Saskatchewan were of  about equal merit.  ���������*>������_ mx%ja. _������___���������������>  J18V  KFMIN VISIT  NOTES DEVELOPMENT  111 ui _������g nib g  Taken by Automobiles ort  Trip to   Port  Hill  T    TT    O _*-,���������__���������.-.3      -a-  ***.%*XMX+fX,X  ���������gfc-   - * -  m. -tvj-rv ���������_*���������  cial   Parliament,   on  last  Saturday,<  Sunday and Monday, made an ambfl!- ?  cial visit to his Creston constituency. ;  As   he  was   taken over the district/ J'  he made many comments on the ino-  provements and rapid developement  aaa une uiBni'ivii.  On Sunday,   Guy Lowenberg and ���������'  R. S. Bevan.   in   their  a-_to!_bbi!es,   :  with a number of other people, tpokY  the representative for a trip to Port  l  Hill.     On   Monday   Mr. Lo wen berg  took   Mr.   Schofield    to   Kitchener,   -  where after looking over the country  he   took  the   west   bound   train  for  Nelson. ' ;  A number of the prominent mem- ,  a������caS 01 wile jOCu.* ������jo_ ae_ vtt-Livtr  Hatsuuiii-  tion were out of town at the time and -  therefore the representative did not  get the royal reception he should have- -  ���������f**������aB*! ���������������*:  Canadian vs U. ������. r-rim  Mrs. G. A.M. Young and Miss Joii-  nio ArrowBtnith returned hiBt Saturday  from Soattlo.  ���������A full line of  gunu and am muni  tlon nt tho Mercantile.  Tho opening gnu of the fifth r'itloual  Av-pl������akow will   be   one  of   the uumtj  uuiqao evcnlh over held in the wwufc  noon Monday, Novoinbor 11, tho MyBtto  Order of Ennkopn will  give  their  big  parade, in which tho free  "apple-plo-  fout" will bo featured. ' A hugo kettle,  18 font high, 10 feet in diameter,  and  wulghln* 1J.G00 pounds,   will head the  parade    It will bo drawn by 1G white  horHOP, and 1.000 Enakops,  dro������nod n������  -BTOP and look ovor our lino ot Dry  .Jim        *T*,l.4������ t^mmiU O'4-iiWi,  "������������������"���������* * * walter*t, win ������riiinwi,ui*i it i>i������iiyminiu.v/u  Road condltloiiB woro bad, owing to arriving at tho applo show ground**, 500  tholmmei^e lamfall in every part of | bi������.hol������ of npph-fl will bt, plneed in the  ine iiiiiuv m UftMln and made iuto sauce to be used lu  tho ooimtry.   Many parti* ot  tho oouu-  l>loH> ,Tho pies will be diHittbuied free  try, onpeoially Manitoba, wore turned ��������� io wnu puouo.  The air is now fall of protests by Ca-'  ���������ns������_:uT<.   ������**���������**.    >VriiWdtrH   nnninorrnfi     _i������vi.-i,v%   \  of wholesale frniii merohantBTjuyi-g so  much fraife from the United States* and  the latter protest as strongly that 'they ;  prefer Canadian frnit whea --hey eau  buy it at a right price and put np pro*  p-_ly iu attractive packages. t _f the Canadian fruit growers would ouiy be  more loyal to their own co -operative organizations, learn the lesson of United  action with mutual respeot for  one another's interests, and put np their >  goods :n a thoroughly up-to-date manner, they could compel a square deal  aud got a good price.  Speaking on this subject, Mr.Y|?homa������  Cunningham, Chief Fruit Peat Inspe>  tor for B. 0,. soys:  "The foreign fruit grower seems to  havo got control of the Vancouver market, whioh is the best oash market ou  the Paoiflo Coast.   There was more fruit  shipped in this year than last and moire  last 3 ear that year before,  whioh ehowe  that the consumption on foreign fruit in  on  the  iucreaso.      Unfortunately the  same can netbe said ol the' home-grown  article.    The explanation la not in the  inferiority of our own fruit, beoauae in  exhibition  tests either in lhe United  States or the Mother country, Britinh  Columbia fruit geuorally carries off tho  bulk of tho prizea.   No, the fault lies in  tho high L light rates and the faulty  Bystem of distribution.   Tho question Is  ouo that nhould bo looked into.   The  looal fruit power, given equal condition**  oan hold his own with any oompetltM  but he is uot given a fair chance by any  moans.  ���������'Iho production of umall fruits in  this province has gouo behind.    Van-  _t I emivcrTBlanrtprodnoed more Mtrawbetri������N  fiovoii yearn ntfo than it does today, and  yet it has the best strawberry soil In the  world.   Why Is this?   Unfair transportation rates,  lack  of co-operation  between grower*, aud poor delivery,    Ic n  coiitu moro to bring fruit  from Vernon  than tt does from aoross tho border ia  Weiiatchoe.     xnta   ts atsqnmtnation. y  Cheaper transportation, quicker delivery  and more co-operation will  QO far* t*> '  improve the oltuatlon."  IN...(A. ������������������������.������..������������-<  ���������<*tl  rru. m-  ,tx mm.  ">"������*������jT    *������J '���������������������>'  ������  1  ������������ww iw^wwwiii������iiii'aiiiiis^  ������������������������ wmm**mmnrS!ZSi  ���������Vf-r-rr* /  *"���������** ****������ T? ���������"*" fn /"\ XT  s������eview? dPvtsTa^:,  b.  c.  m  ������������������Sfcv  SI-1C6  By Arthur Applin  %  Ward, Lock & ������>., Limited  London," Melbourne <S Toronto  mmP  COMMERCIAL CENTER.     C.P.R.  TRAN8CONA  A Great industrial City In the Making.  Directly across the street the C.P.R ar������ spending millions in establishing immense Railway Yards, Terminal Elevators, Round Houses, Car  Shops, etc., etc. Besides this many other immense manufacturing industries have secured locations, and assure employment for thousands of  workmen.  Choice locations from $175 per Lot up. Terms $25 cash, balance $10  per month.      Clear Title.      No Taxes for 1912.  Write for Booklet. Agents  Wanted  at  all   Points  To Exchange���������Automobiles, Houses and Clear Title Lots for Farm  lands.      What have you to offer?  SCOTT. HILL &  CO.,  22 Canada-Life Building.        Winnipeg,  Man  (Continued)  ? He had just fc.an speaking of tbe  past to the woman he loved���������of twem-  ty years ago, when he bad been seated  on the stool of a lawyer's office, old  Samuel Saintsbury'-s im danger of being strangled by red tape, bis heart  crowded with ambitions and dreams,  his pockets empty of the proverbial  penny.  Then he remembered, dimly. Once  again he heard hims-el-f laugh, but  there was no joy in. the laughter. It  was a laugh of denial, which rang  false.  He did not hear the front door bell  ring. He did not even hear the  drawing-room door open nor the rustle of a woman's petticoats, nor the  voice of the woman, the woman, he  loved-rthe woman who tn forty-eight  hour_ was going to start wi-th hii_ on  a journey to the land of El Dorado.  Not until be felt a hand on his shou_  derr did he start back from the journey into the past and see her eyes.  blue as the Southern seas, looking  anxiously into his own.  Jim���������what's the matter, dear? Anything wrong?  He did not reply; he scrunched the  paper in his hand, and dropped it into  his pocket. The front door bell rang  again, but he did not hear.  Jim, -something _ happened, what is  it?  j "He put bis arm around her, the������'**  suddenly withdrew it as if conscious  n? o twt,'i-*v action -^ -^on**- know 1*"0  5eaid in a toneless voice. I don't  quite understand. Your  waiting for you to -the car  red tape, the type of man who a few  centuries ago would have cheerfully  burnt bis enemies or stoically perished for his beliefs.  Good day, Mr. Francks, he said as  Francks entered the room.  Francks shut the door, then turned  the key in it. I think I know why  you're here. Ke took the crumpled  piece of paper from his' pocket and  held it out. And now I know who's  responsible for this. But haven't  you made a mistake?  The lawyer shook his head. He  looked exceedingly pained and opened bis hands d'eprecatingly. 1 never  make mistakes.  It was twenty year ago, Francks  spoke in a steady, level voice. The  lawyer thought he detected a toucn  of anxiety In it.  That makes uo difference. So you  admit .the crime?  Crime!       Be  careful  what  you   are  laying.  Mr.  Saintsbury.  The lawyer clasped his lea-, hands  together. That is the ri0lit name.  Yon are a criminal, Mr. Francks, one  who has so far escaped the law. It  is my painful duty���������  Stop that, Francks cried harshly.  How much do you want?  Famous  have   Done  plied with dignity. I have not come  to blackmail you, or to demand money.  Then what have you come for? Out  with it, quickly. Because I'm ln a  hurry.  Twenty years ago you enter-ed my  brother's  office as an articled clerk���������  You bad I     You don't want to    go    into    that,  better go now, Iris, it's all right���������I'll | Francks interrupted  impatiently,  ihe  write  to you  tonight. j point is, what do you want now.  They *were standing hs the draw-in?,     Justice.  room again. The servant passed  through the hall and opened the from  door.  Jim, Iris cr������ed, my dear one. something's happened. I'm not going until you've told me. My dear one,  look at me, tell me quickly. We have  Justice? be flung the word back at  him. It looks suspiciously like revenge, and rather a paltry one.  You may call it by what name you  Hke. Twenty y^&rs ago you committed a crime. No man can commit  a crime and go    unpunished. Of  j course   if   you  fooAtuI nA  Statesmen who  Time  Because he Has been a successful  train robber, Mr. A. L. Jennings, of  Oklahoma, U.S.A., has been chosen  by his fellow-oitiaens to stand for the  important post of Public Prosecutor.  He was serving a ten years' sentence  when Mr. Roosevelt pardoned him.  I have stolen $50,000 from one train,  declares the ex-bandit, in his election  address, and I have'ridden'away with  it tie?' behind _>v ea<i<n������������. i������ ������ bp-ji>t>-  less sack. -Now my ambition is io  prove that I can be as good an official as I was a train robber.  If Mr. Jennings is elected, as seems  probabie, for his graphic stories of  brigandage are arousing extraordinary  enthusiasm amongst the electors, he  will not be the first ex-criminal to be  chosen to hold high office in America  There was onco a certain John Mor-  risey, a noted prizefighter and gambler, who came straight from jail and  put up for election as Mayor of New  York. At first tlie better class of  citizens treated his candidature as a  huge Joke, but they soon found that  it was no joking matter.  All the thugs and thieves in the city  were bis friends, and they rallied  round him. So, too, did the keepers  of gambling dens and other even more  questionable resorts. The police,  strenge as it sounds to our ears, also  sided with him. for they knew that  once be was elected they would be  given a free hand in their favorite  occupation of levying blackmail. And  so it came to pass that in tlie end he  was elected and an era of corruption  set in that has probably never been  equalled in any city in the world.  Then there is Sir Jameson, Bart,  C.B., better known, perhaps, as "Dr.  Jim," who? as all the world knows,  led the famous raid into the Trass-  vaal in 1895, after the failure of which  tho (be was tried in London and sentenced  j to ten months imprisonment. L.ess  tban ten years afterwards, in 1S04.  that is to say, he was chosen Premier  Advice Not Taken  Don't eat that stuff, the doctor said,  Or you will soon be with the dead.  But when the doctor had his say,  The patient ate it anyway���������  And he's living yet.  Don't buy    that    run-down    business.  ���������?.������������������?������������������. friend,  Or your career will shorily  end,  Thus spoke the man who'd have bis  say;  The buyer went his headstrong way���������  And now 'he's rich.  You can't raise hay on such poor land.  I You'll starve before you get a stand,  Observed the neighbor on the right,  The farmer planted day and night:���������  He's rich as Croesus now.  There's not one chanco in ninety-nine  For you to strike a copper mine,  Said the bent old man to   the    fresh  young guy.  But the youngster said he'd have a  " .try��������� til  Now he owns the State.  They can't put you in jail for that,  Exclaimed the lawyer, sleek and fat  The man in prison groaned a groan,  And the lawyer man left him alone-���������  But he Btayed iu jail.  no secrets.  With a great effort he nulled him-1 time and asked my pardon���������  self together, looked at herand smiled J     I wrote to you. _^  bravely.      Of course we haven't. 1'mj     I take no notice of anonymous con- j of~cape ^oTony  only a bit puzzled, Iris,    I    can't   ex-   tributlons.      You ran away.      1 tried *" . ' T,n.ir,oai  of-  to trace you iu vain,    until   eighteen   ^  wa^courjj.  ^f ^  montns ago. ^���������_,������ ,. ,���������, *.���������*   Sir Charles Gavan Duffy, some time  wan������tUedC������to ������. "^r^a- agoT ������������ 1 P���������*er of ^toria, to be branded as  your wife and your daughter.      I called at your house twice.  Knowing I should be at my ogice.  I'm afraid   1    never   gave   you    a'  thought,   Francks   sneered.       As  for  that  miserable    boyish    indisoretio-.  Mors Bo" Wanted  The little mother was distracted.  Really. Tommy, she cried, that's the  vory last."piece of cake you must have  Now, don't disobey inc.  nut Tommy's objections io this severe sentence were pithy and to the  Why? bellowed tlie greedy little boy.  Kis mother looked over at him wearily.  For just this reason, she replied:  There once lived a little boy exactly  like you, who went on eating cake,  till one day he burst. And his death  was caused by eating too much cake.  Tommy.  Tbe youthful scion of the house pon-  de*Njd this while bolting the remaining crumbs on h!_ .plate; then���������-  I don't believe a little boy could eat  too much cake, he remarked serenely.  out. darling, said the tired little  mother, he must have done, because  he burst.  Ugh! cried her promising youngster  scornfully. It wasn't that there was  too much cake���������there wasn't enough  boy! And he stretched over for another piece.  Wj^-eeu-.-e������.  Prepare Yourself  For Winter's Worst  Don't wait till you have  caught one of those nasty colds���������fortify yourself;; "4  against them by taking a course of  Na-Dru-Co Tasteless  Preparation of      ,   -  tti^^fm.mX    ���������   mmr*������.m������   fll-S  This "butlder-up" is rich in the medicinal  and nutritive properties of the host  Norwegian Cod Liver Oil���������without tK_  disagreeable tost*. It also contains  Extract ol Malt, Extract of Wild Cherry  and valuable HypophOsphites, which  tone up the whole system andpartl-  cularly strengthen the Lungs, Throat  *    and Bronchial Tubes.  ln 50c. and $1.00 bottles,; at'  your druggist's. *  -3^  CHEMICAL CO. O-  CAHA&A.     ^  mm.m.  .  imimit/AAXrfvArr .���������  y/.;^;-<#^^  PiromM  JX.   Ja-AJL*x'JX*tJm.JL '���������?  nr (wnro.  Tb  t>-  It  '.  Famous  wherever  gloves  are worn.  their Fit  and Finish  .ittfk  \  plain you. You must trust me and  ^io aa I ask you. Run away, IT-1 write  to you tonight as usual. H-e b***n,t  down and kissed ber. Quick, there's  ������omeone else coming to s*ae me.  She hesi'ta.ted a moment, I'm not  going, Jim.  The servant again entered the room.  Saintsbury. sir. He knew you were  at home, and said he must have a  word with you. He's in the dining-  froon,.  Ill com������ at once, Francks replied.  Then he took Iris hy the hand and  tried to lead her to the door. It's  all right now, he said unsteadily. I  ���������?h!T!k I understand  But Irish went hack. I'll wait here  nntll you've seen Mr. Saintsbury.  ���������then you must tell me. Jim.  For a moment he looked in her eyes  then he turned his head away. Very  well. dear.  Without another word or a gln.nce  he left the room. Iris opened wide  th*-** windows nnd sat down by them,  and picking up a newspaper fanned  herself.  Francks found Samuel Saintsbury  In the dining-room. The lawyer was  known to hia intimates an So-tuty; the  ftivoloiiH culled lil 111 a beast, but a just  beast. He was very tall, very thin,  nnguUvv. ''witli a brown moustache  which drooped over his tipper lip, and  a prominent forehead; .small heady  eyeiK parMallv hidden hy ehagsy eyebrows . He was a man of about sixty  five yearn of aire, a man who had labored all his life In a city ofRee. Hp  exuded  the atmosphore or deeds and  Pimples So Bad  He Was Ashamed  Tried Everything but Did It No Good-  One Box of Cuticura Ointment  Took Pimples Away.  "About aev*������n  years tM*o pimples broke  cut all over my tn.rn nnd nock,   whon they  would first roihe out thr-y would be blgr and  ���������red, then after a while thuy would turn white,  and   malti-r  would  come out.    Bometlmea  they would Itch eo I could hardly ulcep.    I  war* ashame-d to  -.,**������ down Btrect.  my face  looked ao bad.    1 went to ueveral doctors  and icot medicine, which <IU1 me no good, and  bought ointment, aalvea ana patent medicines,  but uoiie of them would cure my facts and  neck.    A IrU-nd ad via*- mo to try Cuticura  oliii'iiuia.   1 fiot one box. and it ������o������* thy  -pimple* away b.'fore I had It all unfd up.   I  can ������ay It  In a  wonderful  rpini*dy.    Any  tmlTcrcr who haa plmplsa nhould uw- Cjitirura  Ointment if they want a ������ur*������ cure.   In-Hr  hkii   any   aoap   equal   to   Cuticura   Soap."  (M'stM-d)   A-fKner   Mathei-f.   1'ark.hlll, Out.,  Dec. 'U  1010.  Deafness Cannot Be Cured  by locftt appltcjttlona. u thar eiuinot rc.ich the dk  mscO pur tit. n of tlie ear.- - Tfcere ia. only one way to  cure dr&tnraa, and that la by constitutional remedies.  ������>esuicss   U Cstis6u  bf   8."   iuiliKiii  SO.'lu'C'iS   ct  i������&  mucous lining ot the Eustachian Tube. When this  tube, is Inflame I you have a. rumbling sound or lm-  .pertect hearing and when It Is entirely, closed. _eat-  nmmm I. XUm *;*3.J*,.(   JM**!   ....I.���������A  *1������* 1^41.���������������������..������!/.., ...... H������  u&en out and "i'ls tubs restored ta its non>i_.������*oad������  twn. hearing T.-fU be destroyed forever: Bine cases  sat e! tea are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing  but an Inflame-.! condition ol the snucous. surfaces.  We will give One Hundred Dollar*, (or any esse ot  Deafness <<*&us_. by catarrh) tbat cannot be cured  by.JBairi Catairh Cure.   Send for circulars, free.  F. J. CHENEY X CO.. Toledo, Q.  ,   Sota oy Druggists. 78c.  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  SHIP YOUR  GRAIN   TO  PETER JANSEN COMPANY  Grain Commission  Merchants Winnipeg. Mariltotta  Mok������ Bills Laalng road:  Co.. Winnipeg.  Liberal Advened  Port Arthur ������r Fcrt William.  Prompt Returns  Notify Peter Janaer*  Beat Qr-ada*  ������  More About  why. I had forgotten all about it  a felon. He was implicated In the  Irish rebellion of 1848, a fact which  was afterwards to gain him the enthusiastic support���������and the votes���������of ail  his compatriots in Australia when he  elected to go in for politics.  Another Australian    Premier    who  rr-,t~��������� ,���������-,���������or. Qi���������wiv Ajhriok his head I did time was Sir Charles Dibbs. Ht3  to and fro " " Idaresav you have also { served a sentence in Darlinghurst  forgotten t.'.iat vou made love secretly Jail, Sydney, for contempt of Cour:.  to my daughter, promised to marry Afterwards, when a turn of ..jrhinas  her,' and -then broke your promise. I I wneel made him Prime Mm*-r.lv.- of  might have- call������3d you to account for  that, but 1 preferred not to.  Francks rolled up the strip or paper  the constable had "given him, and flung  it at Salntsbu.ry'6 feet.  I'm really beginning to understand  .New South Wales, he had to appoint  a new Goveriioi of Darling..-."���������I*'"'-*. Hi  selected for the post the warder who  had charge of him as a prisoner.  Edward Gibbon Wakefield, another  famous Australian statesman, was  actually  at* one  time  a  convict,   his  Yes. mused the thoughtful thinker,  it's a ^nre sign.  What's a sure sign? was asked.  Tbat. when a young man begins to  know that ne doesn't know as much  as he thinks he knows, then he begins  to know something.  -5.S.-6  _   .-T-a-^Ctr-rl 1 "������_l _r_r*  mWm*m\P*ZSm>*JLfll2, _g  Tf.n"rw_  JL R.&Mt^JJUm'ajm'M.   Aft������ 0'.  Worms sap the strength and. undermine the vitality of children. Strengthen thorn by "��������� using Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator to drive out the  parasites.  Perhaps you -think to  stop  my  mar-   actually  ������  one  Time  ������  ������������������v.������u.   ������������*  riago  with   Miss  De  Pontaigne? I offence   being   the   abduction   of   an  The lawver allowed a grim smile to   heiress, a fairly common crime in ISim*  Sores All Over Baby's Body  "tvUrji mp baby boy wan c!s month*  sW. bis bodT wan rx>mr>lilcly rov*r������d  with largo wrej tiut ���������-"/���������ui'-ii to iuU ai.ii  ���������burn, an.l tmtum tcrrlhlrt ������u*f'*rli>c. Tha  ���������rupilon bfaan In plrnplca which would  ���������pen and run. maklnr tare* sorrs. HI* uair  came oul and liufr nalU f*������ off. *������<��������� tl>*  aoras wcra over thn **rttlr-> bndy. caunlnr  liille or no aif^p lor bahy or myMtlf��������� ������r-;al  ���������raba would tome off wlirn I tmtuoyta hl������  akin, Wa trieil a (jreat many rirmtdlM *������ul  ������ol_ln������ would Ulplihn, llll a frl.tid In-lured  mm la try Cuilrura Hoap and Olnimmt. I  us������d iba Cuilcura -u*;������ ami Ointinrrit but  ��������� short lima bufore 1 roulr* m* that lie w.i������  T-_ iXm   -,va  iii  f\t *4V������*'-V:'t" tlmr h*������ was  ���������*'****.".  *" *"���������*     ,(. ,l.    . -^.4    ...,im..xf.   mr*s'i,   ^.v  wJ-kVWori"wf������ tVii'-aTbo Cuiiciira Hosp oti'j  Olateient.   altltouifh   wa   hail   trlrd   ������t-*������-riil  Cutlcui* iCiiiv-.n.i will At. all that U ������l'ilnt-"t  far ���������Jinn, ami ������������i*.t *J***l more." <Mljfrj������"1>  Wrs    Nnbln   Itihman.   IjoaIsoO,   Hunt.. J������n  ta. lall  ^ruMlsji's anii  dt-MMtt^v'-rywhrrr (i| h.;,,.J  cross hi- face. I'm afraid it will  have to ".a postponed until you have  been* tried for that crime which you  call a boyish indiscretion. You are  perfectly avware that, if 1 choose, 1  might have "given information against  you, and had you arrested. I preferred tlie more merciful course.  Thanks, Francks sneered. Justice  tempered with mercy, eh? May I ask  why?  Because I wish to give you an opportunity of repairing your past folly,  nnd of keeping the promise you made  to  my daughter.  The expression of Franek'a race  changed. His self-confidence was  gradually disappearing. Fear shone  in his eyes now, and the lawyer saw  It. And his own eyes gvew hard and  cruel.  To put. lt briefly you wish to stay  my niarrlag-? with Miss do Fontaigno.  and force me to marry your daughter?  Tho lawyer Bhrugged his shoulders.  1 suggest that would he an honorable (  course to pursue. I will then withdraw tho fliiinmons and tho matter will ���������  ho at an end.  Pranoi-'H forced a laugh. And if  I refuse?  I leur the law must take lis course.  Prnnoks. crossed the room and stood  beside the lawyer,    almost    touching  him.      Thursday is my wedding day.  1 know.  There was another silence, the two  men looked stcndlly Into one another's  cyeB. each trying to road the inmost  l bought ii of the other.  Franclt whipped out a cheque book  from his pocket. How much will you  take?  Not a penny.  Then you may do your worst, you  miserable hypocrite. You Hlmll not  have the pleasure of seeing mo in the  police court on Thursday.      1 shall In  land seventy or eighty years ago. ."out.  one which the law always regarded  seriously and punished severely. The  Australians of his day, however, were  many of them ex-convicts or the descendants of such, and these did not  regard his offence as reflecting on his  honour In any way, while the romantic circumstances surrounding it gained him many sympathizers among  the ordinary colonists. On his release these rallied round him, and before long he became the most, powerful political personage in the subcontinent.  Yet another old convict whp rose  through politics to high honor in Australia, after having served out there  the sentence of imprisonment passed  on him, was Dr. O'Doherty. He  was convicted and transported for  treason, and on his releam.* lie became  a popular hero. He sat in both  Houses in the Queensland Parliament,  and afterwards' filled several high official posts in that, colony.  Lazy, or Not Lazy  A lawsuit was recently in full swing  and during its progress a witness was  cross-examined as  to  the  habits and  character of the defendant.  Has Mr. Al a reputation for being abnormally lazy? asked counsel  briskly.  Well, sir, it's this way-  Will you kindly answer the question  asked? struck In the Irascible lawyer.  Well. sir. 1 was going to say it's  this way. I don't want to do the  gentleman in question any injustice.  And 1 won't go as far as to say, sir,  that he's lazy exactly; but. if it required any voluntary work on his part  to digest his food���������why, he'd die from  lack of nourishment, sir.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper  Obvious  What In your fitvorlto flower, Duke,  asked tho heiress. Hut. I ought to  know that without, aching.  Woll, what should It be?  The marigold.  Scorcher (to country artist, engaged  In painting a landscape)���������Ttnther rum  copy, ain't it? I expected to find  somo artists here. I started to come  yesterday, but T broke my chain.  The Artlat (not in a very plennnnt  mood)���������Oh, liuleod, and havo you bitten nnyono yet?  Reminded Him  Peck���������Yon will nover got tlie do**  to mind you, my dear.  Mrn, Peck���������I will with patience.  You   wero jimt. an  troublesome your-  ivtartlng on my bonny,noon. ..  Atrtiin tho inwynr rlowly nodded IiIh ! Mil1*  ���������*���������   ���������������������������"���������***  bend.      Yon mean yon will run away, j _..".���������,      .. , . ,    , ,.  A  warrant  will he liiAtantly iuiuicd for        D..  nklv-ThP   thing  my  uncle  left  Think    well,    Mr. I uio in hla    will    is    the    reason    1 in  your urrcHt.  rVauckii, whnt. are you doing Think  of the woman yon are going to nnil.e  your wife, you will hrlng nhniiw* nntl  ���������IlKKineo   on  her,  ruin   Irrotrlevnbln.  My God!  |'rtin',l'n hurled hlw face In bin  luiiidH. Tnere wu������ a long wHenr..'  r;:;!���������.' ���������!*������������������ * u-lfln������" of tlt'i clni'lc nn tlie  timiititlHlU'lf. ilii, <'0!i(g of London ris- (  Inir. faintly fiom Mm HtreetH below.  Thi' t'liiil. nrul mnin ol youth, nf iovt*.  Of    ]|fl'.  , (To  for.  (:oi������tliiu**d)  wealthy  now.  Friend   .lones  yon'.'  De Itlch-  Wliut.   did   he   leave  \n alarm t<slo-lc.  An umhrolla made thief-proof by being locked ih such a manner that it  cannot be opened has been Invented  by a London cloak-room attendant.  The locking device consists of a metal  collar ono ond of which may be ''lipped  down over the rib tips, and ls securely locked to thorn by revolving  tho three metal, rings. Those rings  bea;* the letters and numerals of the  secret combination.  A Ready Weapon A_ain������t Pain.���������-  Thore ls nothing equal to Dr. Thomas' TOIectrlc OU whon well rubbed In.  Tt penotratos the t,IsBuon and pain disappears boforo It. Thero Is no  known preparation that will reach the  spot, quicker than this magic Oil. In  consequence It, ranks first, among linimont a now offered to the public and  Is accorded first, place among all Its  competitors.  A free grant or 100 to 200 ucron of  forest land la made by the Canadian  Government, on the simple conditions  of residence and cultivation, to any  Bottler ovor olghteon years of ago, In  the provinces of New iiriuiHwlcU nnd  Ontario, and 1C0 noroB of la ml ln Manitoba, Snukatcl.owan, Alhorta, Yukon,  and sonic pints of.I3rit.lcth Columbia.  -^Anii.iitKi .,m>mmt.*i>mm*m*mhmmmi  Sophia (Hunttinonially)���������I dourly  love to listen to the ticking of a clonk.  It H.'eiiii* to me that, a clock Iiuh a language���������yon  might uny  a dlal-eot.  The present generation of Western farmer-*. wlU nover Know ttiB  -Sifflcultles ani vexationr experienced by t���������Oir predecessors In ��������� the  earlier years Yvhen no one could get a carload of grain shipped. In  bulk except by loading It through an elevator The system forced  the majority of farmers to sell _telr grain to the elevator owners  at arbitrary prices, and. oft times to submit to heavy^ dockage .ana  other 'Ennoyttiicss, causing continual diss'WRfss.otion ��������� ���������������"/������, aIOWsvcj*,  the distribution of cars as fixed by ths Grain Act. and the UBe of the  loading platform, provide facilitlis which enable the farmer to secure  satisfactory ireatment in the d _posa! of Ms grain, and the hlghcs**  market prices at time of sale. .very farmer therefore, should moro  and more onaeavor to use the loading platform Ir shipping his grain  m tbe terrriinnl elevators. It is the safeguard -o*" the farmers' free*  dom In dis nosing of hia grain to the best advantage for. himseif.. | If  farmerB refrain from using the loading plstform freely. It might' result in its being done away with, because railway , companies (and  elevator owner, are strongly opposed to it. It is easy to understand  why elevator peopla desire the loading platform abolished. The railway people on their part say it delays the loading of cars and helps to  ensure car snoHage. This we know t-������ be nonsense, because fre-  n-'i������*,Tit.lv aft**-* ears are loaded, whether with grain, coal, lumber, or  other merchandise, they are sldf tracked for days and even ���������w������e*'  lnptead of being promptly moved forward to destination. It lsengln**  shortace and shortage of competent train men that mostly causat*  prain blockales on railways and not lad*: of care. L<et every farmer  therefore, do all he can to use th*-* loading platform and become a_ Independent shipper. In fliibse-iaent advertlaements we will state, h������  detail the <?avlngs ami other advantages of direct loading Into car*  compared with loading through -elevators!  We handle the farmers grain strictly on commission, make liberal  advances on car bills of lading, supervise th^ grading at time car*  are Inspected, secure tf.e highest prices at tlmf of sale and make  prompt retu.*is when sold, wrlto us for shipping instructions r*int.  market Information. "  Thompson Sons & Company  GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS  701*703 Y.  GRAIN EXCHANGE.  WINNIPEG, CANADA.  nons-M  java..   flouton.   IT. H. i. .  mm%Xa <tl each, with 32 p. hookUt  for a libeml dta  W.     N.     U.     mZm  Hlnlo.    Wr.ai   Ul fid   of   n   follow   Ib  r>iiiitii t  .IlnkB     Why h*t will  pft������n Up ten op  j *>ortiihttlr;������  ������r>   mnhn  n  thousand   dol-  \ta::; In *ir<!������r fi Iridlir.'ia'f ovt-r a dime  1 tha: cot away from him.  In Million tho ntraW coat Iiuh become very fiitthionablo. It la u rnlhor  niimbroiiH  garment,  hut.    tho     Portu-  A,tif.-iti iiiit4 .ii.. t .t .iii.r., t'.....'.!. r.;;.-,-  t.lm pnrpoHc of ii nmcklntoHh. it. In  made entirely of itlrnw, nnd tin* wet  ruiiH (lnwii the Individual iitiaw-.!. and  ho dropt) i" tlie Kioiind.  Ini'lndlni' Ih.. Tlln-i* r'ourt of .Tnnile/-  the Court of Appeal, and tho Court m  t,niuiiim jkpptMvi, iiu: tiiUt> .������>... ".' -.,,  I.nw Court', for tho year ending Mnnii  1912. war* nvarly {J.'l.r.OO.OOO. wlilh. tin-  rofulptH were tioilif $1,000,000 Mlioil of  tli la num.  r  ^wwwp'iww^i"mm������mm������wimmmmmmmmw  ^mWmmmaammmmaxam^m  Maypole Soap       ^  TrtK OLKAN  HOMC    DY������  Gi������im   ma,  ������vi������*)  ������*r������l^������������, itrr bom  ���������lie-tli* andahtolul-  ely tail. Dm*, not  iti>inh������������<t������(������fkfiiU*  24 c<*lm#, wiM gjvt  ���������ny ih������d#. Colom  10c, biach Uc m  yoiii  I?  '���������kMOi'l *mt"i-U  |j. ii '  Ivookl*!   "lirw i������  A A.   .11.11114  tiWWmw  >y*'  Confounding a Braggart  At the lime whon Louis Napoleon  was President of the French Republic'-  the commander at Lyons was.General  Castellano, an old ooldler whose atom  rule kept In check tho rloitous spirits  of tliiut disorderly city.  One of tho most boisterous of the  hit ior was a barber, who openly boasted that, ho only waltod for tho opportunity of ridding tho city of its atom  commander.  Tho general heard of tho threat, and  one afternoon ordered IiIb couohmum  to drlvo to tho barber'.* shop. Leavlni,  his carri������_o. t.lio bhiioiuiI oiiUrwl llu*  sihop unattended, took n neat in a  vacant clutlr, and dw,lr������<l the barber  to ahuve him. .  The aat,onl������h������d hraggan' performed  tho operation as well as lila nervoim-  noas would pormltt. When ho had  finished the general, wihllo paying  him, quietly uald; ���������  "Moneleiir, hIihxi you hnvo not availed youroeir ur the opportunity to cut  my throat which I Imvo given to you  would It not be wise for you to ro-  friiln from uttering t.lueiil,B that you  havo not. the courage !���������   carry out?  I hato flattery, sho aald.  Of; courso you do, he roplied. Every'  pretty ���������*-**rl doos.  Then ^'iio drow a long, deep wighr-  nnd permitted him to press her choult-  agalnwt hia own.  Blobbu���������My wife tlilnlcn it'B wiclce<U  for mo to play bridge  SlobbB~-It. la���������-tlie way you play 1U'  India (has 147 vernacular langUflgflri,.  tha chief of which are Hindi, Ron*-  gall, Blharl, Moratlii. Punjabi, Tmik  11, ������nd Tolugu.  So long age an 11M0, Edward HI,-  pusHed a Statu to ordering Wio 6h������U'*;  lffa to aupprosH football ln IQuglandr  and thlrty-flvo yearn previously Ur  that lOtlwurd 11. Isttiud u proolauuijtioti-  forbidding the populate to huotle war'  Wrgo balls in (lie strootu of tho City  of tendon.  A sago und reveroiid gontloinan wan  oxamlnlng a umall uohool.  In tho course of .the examination  the particulars of the five flennos presented themselves. Now, children,  whnr Ih Mif oar *J������������ oriom of? the examiner auked.  Hearing, waa anawercd by many.  What  la tho ciyo for?  Kt'clug.  And iho none?  Smelling.  And nm lonniu''  My Hon, tlo yon thin.'. Iiil������ kind oi  life will pay you?  No, father; but I'm hoping you wlJIf  t MIMF-ulfit ������ fjffl, (jlMlrMl  Jt *. I       .������ I. .. v.  S,������  Co me now,  Kindly   vol':<\  tongue   Ih   fo  For put tin'  mild the oxutalnor. In a  what   do   you  aay   the  for?  oot I  Take in Time  the proper help to rid jwur ayatcnv  ''f'lrn* iV)i^������������Hiiiij hilf* whtrh ^tiii������jA4,j  headaches, flatulence nivi dlsconv-  foru Ily common coiiAciit tlie  proper���������nnd   the   best ���������*���������-help   i.i  ura tt**., tg*.tt _ ni| |^ |yj j^.  <��������� ������������������'>>'^-t'.,wmW'<Hri:jitf. ������&  JB������    mm tptif *m&mmtr  9mH ���������tr������nr***l.������r������,     >       ������     In Waaa*. t8*  .,. w.iii.tj.i imi ww.1 iiMtnW���������w*.   , ,MHIIIIUimHI,HI,IWM  __��������� warn  -'tl  THE   CRESTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B. C.  i ^S!if*l,, S?0C!  _UU,___  rtTJ  ���������Ur  WINNIPEG  PERSSANENf EXPOSITION  WHEN JACK. FALUS lU-  The Sad Side of a Life on the Ocean  Wave  Me 'tosses feve.ishly in his narrow ���������  bunU   in     tne    dim-lit,    eval-smeilni_ j  fo'c's'le.        Above    and    below    ana  around hi in aie fiim-ar bunitS.   Some  are occupied.      Of oilier s, .the ownerd  are sp-awling on the lior, gosslpiri_  Industrial Bureau's Big Dlspiay of lo  dustriee and    Natural    Resources  Attracts ThousJnds  Community   advertising    h'ts    been  adopted so generally throughout Wt-..--.-  Canada, that the subject is    one    of! aud   _we_iing  in   ioreigii  ton  general importance, and methods sue-[playing cards. ,  cessfully carried to completion aie of i 'lui-i is how the sailor on board an  absorbing interest to many Wes.ern occan-goin_ cargo steamer finds liii.i-  Canadiants. ' st?..'.' -itu���������tetl wher he falls sic<v of any-  No other city on the American Con-) thins   but   an   infectious   d.^ase   tue  tinemt has a liner or bolter equipped   sympto.ns ot which are ea&lly rocog-  permanent exposition, featuring Indus  tries and the Natural:: Resources of  the country, Chan has the city''.of Win-  ndpeg. This big permanent and free  exposition, conducted under the auspices of the Winnipeg Industrial _>u-  reau, waa started .last Spring and during the past six months. Commissioner Chas. F. Roland estimates,- has  been visited by 700,000 people. iu  addition to the fifty-four exhibitors of  local industries?- there are now 24 districts of the West, which hav.e secured  space and are advertising their communities '.instills? exposition.' The  places represented at the present time  lu this handsome ami conspicuous edifice on Main Street, axe:���������Brandon,  Man?; Portage la Prairie, Maai.; Regina, Sask.; Saltcoats, Sash. *, Dauphin; Man.; -Melfort, Sask.: Souris.  Man.; Yorkton, Sask., Mel-ita. Man.;  Prince    Albert, -  Sask.;  \J&tSi.        14dJlO| A.AW.A. .  Quaint Old Wedding Ideas  Su-Derstiiion never clustered round  .*my opisode of life more', than-tnat oi  -ihe wedding-day, especially in olden  ilmes.-'��������� ���������:'.--,���������     ..Y ,Y.������>���������  Then it was customary for the bride  -to present her- future husband with a  ftunch of rosemary, tied up with rib-  ^bons, on his first appearance on the  wedding morning. This..was . supposed to secure his love and loyalty,  _uid to make her happy for ever.  In Yorkshire the    old    superstition  .-sill' abounds that nothing more unlucky could happen than for a newly*  "made''bride to leave the church by a  ..different- door from that by.which she  .entered. ������������������ -  Another, quaint  custom,  for  wmen  -there is no known origin, is that practised in some of the Midland and  Northern counties.      This is to ring  -a. iu_rrv peal of the church bells at the  -nrst reauiris of tht5 banns of_a>y'ntend-  ?Sug" matrimonial, couple,  ���������the spur peal, which in  -.Saxon means-simply '"as::.'  Or course, it is well known that it  is the height of luck for a bride-to-be  to dream of fairi-es the night before  -tte actual ceremony. So much -was  .hiis idea'believe in, that many girl:  would peruse fairy'.tales'.:before going  '. -to sleep?" ?'".:'.'-'  Kmeirson,  ^.a.ii'.i. ������**-������v4's  Alta.; Selkirk, Man.; Moose Jaw,  Sasfe.; Birtle, Man.; Lemberg, Sask.;  Virden, Man.; Lacombe, Alta.; Swan  River Valley, Man.; Vermillion, Alberta. ; Swift Current, Sask.," Este-  van,-'-Sask., and Battleford, gaisk.  in  aiA-uAi*Acn to tmese b_,?i  It is called ���������  old    Anglo-  and costly exhibits of tihe Natural Resources of the West, by the Dominion  and Manitoba Provincial Governments  anj the Caaadian Pacific and the Canadian Northern railways.  With this splendid representation of  farm, forest and mine of the Canadian  West, arranged in attractive form fa.  easily accessible, and central position  in the metropolis of the prairies, its  value as a faotor ia the settlement of  the country canno1; well be over estimated, : and so '.popular ha-s tihe Exposition become as an adjunct to local method- of publicity, that the Industrial Bureau aie now completing  extensive additions to the ucor space.  This will a-coniTnodfi'-e a nuratn-r o-*  exhibits of "Made in Winnipeg" goods  ".id will provide another opportunity  fcr a limited number of ambitious  communities to secure ��������� space,        ,  In  WittUiipe-g.   the  gateway  city  of  The ReViR^YP* Tyson; known as  ���������'-jfh'e carpente'r-pairsonV' is  superintending:  the erection  of.:. the new  Taylor  ���������*MehAD-;ial  Methodist "Church  at New  'York, and  will do much of the?car-  -pentering work himself.      He was a  ' ::*hu������Ider. before he became a minister.  nised by a lay .'ran, for a cargo steamer  is not. compelled to carry a doctor.  As a result the only person to decide  whether a sailor is' malingering or  really ill is the captain, who, though-  legally responsible for the proper ca:o  of all on board, may or may not know  anything of the subject. The latter  is generally the case.  As a rule, a sailor will delay reporting sick until the last moment. Oii-  rea&on is that 4ii8 mates are inclined  to believe that he is anxious to shirk  his work, and so Leave the more to be  done by them. The other reason is  that most sea captains have one stock  remedy���������a powerful, dose of salts���������  which quite possibly may make the  complaint considerably worse instead  of..better. And you have got to take  those abominable salts, whether you  like it or not.  It must not be forgotten that tbe  captain's position' is v^ery difficult. If  he is nice and " sympathetic, and ever  ready to grant absence from work, he  will ���������have' hall the erew laid.'up.^yritb  indefinable maladies.  And, on the. other hand, if he fails  to recognize that a man is really bad,  ere are handsome j and death or a serious .illness-'ie-sults  as often happens, he c^n hardly be  blamed for ignorance of a difficult  subject in which he has received no  instruction.'-..  Any sailor of experience will tell  you stories cf sickness at sea that  would considerably startle tfae average  landsman. Tiore was> the case of  an Irishman, who, in the course of a  voyage from San Francisco to Iiivef-  pool ask-ed for exemption from duty  because he had stve-r-e pains in his  legs. He was accused of malingering, compelled to continue Ills duties  a-nd when lids legs literally gave way  under him, he was left unnoticed for  some hours.  Qn being carried to the uospital at  ix>rt, ti;-} doctor found that he was suffering from gangrene arising from neglected frostbite, and both his legs  had to', be amputated. This woUid  have beeii avoided if he had received  kroner tre-Mmo-nt -when the pain first  started.  The worst part is that, even if the  captain does realise that the man is  really ill,, the most he cam do is to  grant  exemption  from; duty.       It is  - ���������-    - ���������      the invaldd  and    efficient  cargo steam-  When?   cue  immediately  felt, and if two'more were- taken from  duty "to look after him. the ship might  well become unuavigable.  J he Huh Moose Party believes in woman's Suffrage and other appeals io worrier*.  ���������*9&        'TB _   f_ No   bard -work  about "Black  Knight". A few  rubs   brinir   the  Not a powder or  a hard cake ���������-  but a soft paste,  l^ssd'*, to use.  aw  !������-������  ������I tf v __ _r������__s������tt���������IOC  shine.  44  FREE BF tUPsa fin  Becaus* Ho Took Gi N Pi LLS  Mr. H. A. Jukes of Winnipeg writt-j;  '*������ bavebeenasuEfererfrooiljUmoAigo  for some- years past. I met ijrour Mr.  Hill arid he advised me.to take GIN  PILLS. I have been "taking them at  intervals during the early patt of the  present winter, and up-to-date have had  no return of my old trouble���������in fact I  feel hotter than I have for years, and  thiak that my old euemy has vanished  for good and all."  50c. a box, 6 for $2.50. Sample free if  you write National Drug and Chemical  Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto.     130  .-Minard's' Liniment  Cures   Diphtheria  Little.   Willie's    grandmother    had  -^been telling him Bible ^ stories,    Ms  tavorite being that of- Daniel in the  "lion's den.      At the age of four he  vtn* taken' to a circus    for    a    time  WJyou th-3 lion-tamer put his head m-  ���������to the lion's mouth little-'Willie's ex-  ...ritoine-nt knew  no bounds.    Jumping  -tin and down, he gleefully screamed:  Oh, my!        That knocks spots   off  "Daniel!  WANTED  Ladies.to do plain and light sewing at home, whole or spare time,  good pay; work sent any distance,  charges prepaid, send stamp for full  particulars. National Manufacturing  Company, Montreal.  No Use  In ths telephone office there -was one  girl who was always late in the morning.'    *-.:>  Time and time again the local manager requested her to be more punctual; but her tardineBs still continued  until' be' was moved to :Use desperate  methods.  Now, Miss���������, said he, as he came  to her exchange board one morning  j carrying a package   in   his hands,   I  j have a little scheme that I hope will  induce you to arrive at the office in  time.      I have bought this fine alarm  clock for you..      Please promise me  that you will make proper use of it.  The  young  woman promised,  and  the first night set the alarm at the  required hour for     rising   the   next  morning.  At the Indicated liour the clock set  up a tremendous whirring, loud  enough to awaken? the whole house  But the sleepy. little lassie turned over  in bed, and said in her sweetest tone:  Line's engaged *.  please call again.  219   Robert  this  paper.  "GORED   BY   A   BULL".  Many a farmer has beea  seriously injured by .vicious  cattle. Don't run risks.  Dehorn yours with tbe  KEYSTOiNE    DEHORNEf*  Quick   ���������easy   ���������humane   ���������  makes clean, sharp cut from  4  sides.   Costa  little.   Write  for free booklet.  R.   ri.   McKENNA,  St.   Toronto,   Ont.   Mention  MlSlitJO     .  &U11 %M  AU grocers 25c. lb.  Tin  Oppprtunl-  A    Thorough     Pill.���������To  clear  the  ������������������t-stoir.ach and bowels of impurity and  irritants is necessary when their action is irregular.      The pills that will  ffio this work thoroughly   are   Parnie-  le-e's Vegetable Pills which are mild  in action but mighty in results. They  -purge painlessly, and effectively,  and  work a permanent cure.      They can  be uo������d without fear by the most deli-  .���������-���������ately constituted, as there    are    no  painful effects preceding their gontle  ropeiallon.  -My dance, I think!  -I'm  sorry;     It's    Duncan's  Bobble  Madge-  ..dance.  Bobble--Oh,  that's    all    right!      I  r_uught you from h-lni for two shillings.  Her' Father Scored  .Mlsb Hony .Noliall had just returned  from a rtnUi'.itng school, and hurl ovi-  ������or������rtl.y fulfilled all that was renulred  of -hov ln the edhcUiotlc Hue.  rjlii* anil her father were sitting in  ���������I.he dlnlns-rooin.  That nlr���������, ��������� rtvmurlted ��������� hot" relative.  Knther, Amr, interrupted Hony,  it*'* vulvar to say tlmt air. You  f-vhiiiilil my that funnoU'ln,**,' here, or.  jnn-'fevnbly, Just that.  We'll, f.lvlH e.ui���������, , eoniuienced her  'fiilhi'i;   bill   hw  wan  cut whort again.  No fnthev, nlulrkod the dutiful  ���������4ai'i.*ht,w1. That,'-' juot. uh vulpir You  Tiiual avo'.d atioh fXpiOf-fili-inii us thla  'ere ���������  li'iiMiO'V became Irate.  1,t������oU hi'is. u\y ''Alrl, Hii-hl lso, I'm  -k.oIik* to way what I in nun. That ulr  ���������Jm bad for Mils ear or nil no, and I'm  -itolng to r.hut the window!  And lifter thnt H������ny said no more.  CLEAN  HANDS  found  visitors from all parts of the  World, iii si&aroh c������ opportunity in the  m'aay attractive   forms    this land   of  p'ronU'&e  presents.       In  the  permanent exposition that city    has   exactly  what it needed to arrest the immediate attention of the    stranger.       Indeed this "temple of opportunities" as  it has been "called, is usually one oE  tha   first   places  the   sightiseer  visits  in Winnipeg.      Here the ' visitor may  catch, almost at a glance, a good idea  of Mie sort of. city Winnipeg is, amd  what sort of country lies' between:-the  capital of Manitoba aud    the    Rocky  Mountains.      Here he will pblaln lm-  formabion, maps, photographs and actual products of the soil of the d!istrict  in which he    is   Interested,   perhaps  liliousands. of miles away.      Specific  information  may bo obtaln-d on enquiry,  and   the railways  represented  will  siliow  how  the  distriot  may  be  readied  or a tour of inspection conducted tn, the best possible way.     If  meli a visitor is Intere-sted along industrial lines he has before him ocular demonBtrntions of  what is bei������R(  done locally and will be told of opportunities offe-veil- in Ills particular line.  This' sortiol' Investigation, which pro-  vlou'sly might have taken days, can  bo conducted with iho aid of the Bureau's. Exposition and staff In   a    few  hours, and reliable Information secured regardk.g sources of   supply   and  raw material, transportation facilities,  I'roisht   rat en,  tvndo ponslhllltleR,  and  in trhort nil ninniior or Informaitlon por-  tliieut to hit* enquiry, uiule** ono roof  and obtuJnuble without effort on his  part.  Of course tho building haa other  iirot, com bin In ft- Itiislriictlvo displays  of "Made-ln-Wiimtpog" r'ooiIr, muHoum  and nrl. -oetlon and numerous mooting pliittOH, Including a lar/re Convention Hall onpablo of accommodating  '���������iiOO pr-eplc rt'i'l otIiot ftvifufert of local Intoroat, and It Is Itndeod, bee.onilng  tho public forum and eontre of civic  life In Winnipeg.  Here, visitors from Wewtern f.'n,n-  ndlau points are flilno mado welcome,  for It in tihe bellei' of llhe VVI.imiljK^  IndiiKtrlal Bureau that the development nnd progrewB of Wliiiiilpog r������ro  r.loneily Id on tilled with that of 'I he great  nf-Tli'iiUunil Wt.t*t.  Handkerchief Esperanto  It may not "he generally known that  a hand'eerchief "lan-guage exists, wh-ch  is extremely simple, as well as bedng  the language of exceeding excellence  for the lover.      Here it is:  Should a man o  handkerchief agai'_st the lips, it signifies that they wish to become a,cqua<i_t-  ed with one another. To let it fall  is a stage further, and means, "Shall  we be friends?" If .held to the right  cheek the answer is Yes; to the left  oheek. No. But should either hold  It in both hanls, it simply shows indifference.  However-, by holding It in the left  hand, the lady who does not wish to  jro any further in the matter speaks,  though dumbly, the words, I wish to  get rid of you. OT, on the other  hand, If she folds the dainty bit of  cambric, it signifies ber wish to speak  Again, she may hold it at the opposite corners, which means just Walt!  By throwing it over her r-ljrht shoulder  she gives permission to be followed.  .Rubbing it against tho cheek is a de-,  duration of love, while drawing it  through the hands is one of 'Intense  dislike. Wrapping it round the first  finger betokens an engagement, round  the middle finger, marriage.  Clever B-sinctss Men  The ability to seize an opportunity  When it presents itself is a useful business asset.?  The following is an instance of how  disaster was turned to good account  by a French cloth manufacturing concern. This concern actually doubled its profits througb a balloon disaster near Rbueri. In this disaster the  car of the balloon had broken away.  The aeronaut and his elder son were  thrown downwards; but the son 'had  been ..ciught by a hook that pie:ced  his coat.  He was carried in this way for some  niilss and at last came safely to-the  ground. His coat was ���������re-purchas&d  by tlie makers and hung ia the- show-  windows with a full description of how  it saved the wearer's life.  A Welsh miller had lost a sovereign  piece in a bin of flour, and after spending many hours ia unavailing' -search  for it, told a fri-aid of his mlsfcr-  tune.  Perhaps It will turn up in one of the  sacks, suggested the friend. Whereupon tlie miller was seized with a brilliant idea. He advertised his loss  in the local papers, offering a reward  to the finder of the gold piece. Hia  sales'trebled in a week or so, and -he  was paid many times over for the loss  of his. sovereign.  MOTHERS NEED  CONSTANT STRENGTH  To Care for tfee  Growing Fannly  amd Her Household  GANGER  Hard and soft corns both yield to  Holloway's Corn Cure, which ls entirely safe to use, a.nd certain and  satisfactory In Its action.  k-ififflP  -   +mBJF* *> *��������� ���������������"-*' "* -"/i^y-iSr^rjVfij!  llir  w������a_"'- ~"rr,-:TivA ���������>.., 'dwMmil  fe..A^#r.*iSi  11' :X- ���������;* ��������� * w    li \yji, ������** ��������� *v;:.'���������! ���������>,iMa  i/-'^V**rt_i 4Al"l"*������,'*,'-*t? *Taa i_4WJy  rtt'f_\!__r'1 uihiv.:^-,j r*tfTT&  ^2^1^^tf<!9lS0^  **/>   n Tin.  sjtiu'll )������t*li*trt fmil ynn frith 11 ���������hMtit lialliiklM*  ........   , ���������. .      r- ��������� ...^,     r. .  ...^  ^.n.tjr   I. i.*i,...w..,-��������� .. '   ........       ������-ji.,i:.'. M::f      will ������*_or# utmi*m ������������4 <,i������li������  (xt kU kJmUt.  W.   N.  U. 022  hi I hit mutter or linen Hi" Truiir.-  Blhorlaii putB all other railways io  ulutiuo. l^or Hrnt'CluHa tho charge*,  uro about two-thlnls of n penny por  mile; second (only a little Inferior),  \ntVH than ������ halfponny for the dlt-tnno.o  while If yon can* lo' iI.mK it LlilrdcliutH  journey you pel your four miles for  a penny. iflvon thin Ih tho height of  (ivlnrlloii whf'U eonijuiretl with the cm-  lgrant rate. M'iuii wnrics out at  HoiiK":hlng llko a utilllltiK for a bun.  iliritl ml Inn, and If the emigrant, dot-b  not poshorh the i<h!H|uK the Oovoni-  inont will lnnd it him.  Hi-  l.jofu a vviiiiuui v. iiuh i.n-ji iii.h  ���������',. .1   ^ :'���������-.;-t't   l''"T   V.nn'l'inr'f'l   to   tiill   ht.y  bin biiHlneiw affalrn?  )4)i,f.���������1 d'on't know, but a woman ox-  ....  .  } in./-Ih a  than  to talk  biu-.liiOH������  when'the next roof, and    thencu  85,253 Miles an Hour  Been out for a stroll���������-e,h? Well,  and bow far do you think you hnvc  travelled? Perhaps you will reply  that, you haven't walked fast, and you  have only been three miles or so.  But wait a minute. You know that  i-he ounii tuiiio once on its own axlr.  hi the emirflo of twenty four hours.  Takltu* 'he circumference of the earth  at roughly 24,000 m.ilon, during your  hour's strolling you have covered / o-  twenty-fonrr.h part of tills distance���������  I.e., 1.000 miles.  Again, the earth travels round tho  sun onee a year. It emnpTetes a circle of 578.000,000 miles. Divide this  bv 305, and the result by 24, and you  will Unit that In the hour you :huv������  travelled ln round figures 00,000 mllos  81.111 there 1������ more, Tho a-un nnd  tho surrounding phiupin aro passing  throhg-h space all the tlmo at, tho Tate  of 18.250 miles an hour.  So, iillo-gtithor, during your Uttlo  stroll, you havo travelled eomotthlng  like 85,253 miles.  \n not. none tho lent-* brave for being    lllt-UUIUUy    llOiui    Willi      liinvitluu.,,  wiui porformod by Policeman Lowo.  with tbo co-operation of Pollcoman  Mallnn, of the New York City Force  A firo was raging In Broomo StT>ect.  and two men on the sixth floor wore  crouching on tho tlro-oscapo unable to  pans the flamofv nnd iwioko below.  Mnllon and Lowo, observing thorn, hur-  rlod to tho roof of nn adjolnhiK build-  Inrr nnd across the roof of tho burning ono,  Mnllon then seized T.owe'a ankles,  and though almof.t choked by the rising smoke, ho luanaged to grasp the  ralln or tho flre-oseapo and Instructed  the men to climb up bin body.      Tho  ��������������� ������������������   ~   ....,, I. .1.  r.A      I"       Mfnll-      ^������,.������   |  tv,...      ......     ... \ ^... ^  .... .       - , .,  ATnllon then pulled bin companion  from 1Mb trying poult Ion and tlioy lied  as quickly an possible to the safety ot  to    tho  A talking clock has been placed on  the market at Berlin, Instead of  strlU'iug periodically the clock calls  out tho exact time every quarter of  an hour -In a clear human voice. The  mechanism can be so adjusted'- that  these aunouncoments* ec-ane nl a certain tlmo and continue again automatically at'tor a stipulated interval.  French Post Onict-_ will -in future be  provided otllclally with stamp moiat-  fiiing appliances, an Innovation which  13 hailed by the Prows uh a hyuiono  i ef orm.  In England and Wales tliero arc  thirty-five Parliamentary horoiiRli;*  which contain a population of 100,-  000 and upwards.  When there is a growing-family to  care for and the mother falls ill. it  is a serious matter?     Many mothers  who are on the go from morning to  night whose work apparently, is neve;*  done, heroically try to disguise their  sufferings, and keep an appearance of  cheerfulness before thoir family. Only  themselves  know  how  they  are  distressed by headaches and backaches,  dragging down    pains    and    nervous  weaicness; h iw their nights are otten  s:leepless, and they arise to   a   new  day's work tired, depvessed and uure-  freshed.     Such mothers should know  that these sufferings are usually due  to a lack of good nourishing blood.  They should know ��������� that    the   thing  above  all  others  they  need to  give  them new health and strength is rich,  red blood, and'that among air medicines there is none   can   equal    Dr.  Williams' Pink  Pills for their blood-  making,   health   restoring   qualities.  Every suffering woman, every woman  with a home and family to care for  shcuid give these pills a fair trial, for  they will keop her   In    health    and  strength, and  make her work  easy.  Here is strong proof that these Pills  do what ls claimed for them.      Mrs.  Henry Thomas, Drydon,   Ont.,   says:  "When  my second ohlld  was born J  wns  so  weak  and run  down that I  could scarcely walk across tho room.  My baby  was  small and weak also,  and. cried and worried night and day  until I discovered that the child was  starving, as my nurse had turned almost to water.      My husband got rue  a supply of Dr. Williams' Pink PI Us,  and I began taking them.    The first,  beneficial effects were noticed in that  my child begun to thrive, as my nurse  began to improve, and bnby si opt better and naturally.      It. was not long  until I he^an to feci tbe Improvement  myself,    mil    I    dully    gained    new  strength, and baby was growing very  rosy and fat.      I continued using the  Pills   while   f   was nursing  him  and  found   myself   with  all   Ihe   vigor  of  good health, and able to eiiHily do my  housework,  which lind been so great,  a drag on me before,        I    am    now  never without. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  In the house, and toko an occasional  dose wiifi* I foel tlrotl.     I can stron*.,-  ly roenmnwiiil  IIioho Pills to all mii--  lng women, especially If weak or run  down."  Sold by all mocljelno doulorn or by  mall at 50 t'.eiil.H ii box or tilv boxes  for S2.T0 from T)w Ur. Williams'  Modir'ne Co.. Urodcvllle, Ont.  Booh Free. A atraplo  Home treatment removed  |nmn from this lady's breast  Old sore*, ulcers  and  m*m%mthm CSPfidL      *O^Sv_Sh4������  your trouble j wm will send boob as*) lestuaosislo.  THE CANADA CaNCEK?5NST1TUTC; S.i_i?sd  tO CHURCHILL AVE.. TORONTO  COMING EAST THiS WiNTER?  After the busy season is over, pack  up and. come east: an_ i*,pt������ud thr������o  months in one of -Our schools. Business education will help you to win  Out. It costs but'.little to get it.  Write us for our new curriculum and  plan to let us help you. Address W.  Ii-. Shaw,��������� Piresident, "Shaw's Schools,"  .Toronto.'-' Canada.".'.  ./0/V^������_>, :-':tim/)<9sffS^9J0'.        I  "   -*��������� ' 1 %***���������- ��������� *mrm~-     ifprm~~ . ���������Jjqf |  ^TnymtV^   \  ������wntity&towf\  mmm*  SiMo������*������^umos������-������w*j  If* tlie CtEANIiST. SIMPLEST, anil BEST HOME  OYR, ana ciin buy���������Wliy you don't ������v������n b������v������ to  know whnt KINO of Cloth your CooaIh m nutjo  of.������So Mldake* are impoitilhle.  Send for Free Color Curil, Story lloolclef. and  Booklet elvlntr ruaulw of Dytlnu over oilier colors.  The lOHNSON-UICHAROSON CO., Umlled,  Montrnul. Canada.  years 1ms provotl it tho unfo, roliablo  reniedy for s-j-mvln, iiplim, curb, ringbone, bony prowtho und lamonci.J  from other caucea.  IjIvos lost In 'connection with the  PiIUhIi iiiercaiilllo marine hiPt year  ��������� ,.t-,nr..-i i,n"Y of v'horii only tv,*c-*iiy-  four were paHflent*or������. There woro  nearly 250,000 nenmen ongagcil in  DfltlBh merchant nhlpj-.  WHAT'S AT THE BOTTOM  OF KIDNEY TROUBLE  Tliwo art- iiiuuy ctiuscn at tlio bottom  of mi attack of kidney trouble,-~pver*-������*ut-  injj, ovi'i-ilrlnkltiK. hoavy coldj-.���������thoBe  and olhiT ('iuisc's oftcu cuubo llltieaNen  ttuch 'is hirtnov trouhlo. Rnll-Htono������*. lua-  m>y-."tom't", iviiivi't, luaibi'i'o. Hut no  mutter what h* at tl������w bottom of tho uln-  t-it.so. tlii'ii* Ih now a ouro and Hafe cure(  imn thai acis uult-Uly and wlUiout full.  ���������I'nai reiui'dy Jh Sajiol, wlileh in alrv-ad.v  well-known to tint inodlenl .profentUnn of  cniuulit its well as to tlioiu-nnilH of .mif-  fei'OfH from thfe tllBi'iiHt* nunutd abovo.  Om> Wlnnipo**: Indy who Ih woll and widt*-  Iv known, wau t!iu*<*d nf anlWitoncA by  RANOl. nfter HurffilitK ror 12 yonrfl. Bo  Kiatoful was Hho, thai nho Iiuh mint to us*  n lance number nt pttople to no rt'llovou  of /"Itnllar complaint*-!. Wo .do not .car*  where tho vo'ttli".* of thin i������i������rn_rnph t*������������-  ,\>Ii*i���������;!. vif. can j;lv<* bl'n ������'' bet- nnmM nml  itiiilivHHo't. of in.Mipl') In ht������ own town unit  locality who have lii'i-n cured hy HAiNOb.  Wo will hIho Ktvo thn nanio and lUltlt'CHti  of iho hiily rr-forrod to, w)iom> oomplalnt  hntl tinubtocl hor for ������uoh a lonn* purled,  ii nd  who im now complotoly cured.  f A NOT,   in   lwiniifnoliir^d   only   hv   tiio ���������  HANOI.   MANUKACTIIfUNO    COMPANVT"  OF CANADA.  TVl'D..  077    Mnln    Htroitt.-  Wlnnlpi'R.      Kor nnlo by nil druKRlnts or"  dlroot   from   tho' miuiufftcthicvn  at   $1.50  pr>|-   holflr".  j SANOL is saw: and sore "j  ->   I.    '"   I "������ "    ���������'���������'���������������������������W'������l;l������W'4*4.l'*14l..l..l1   ���������    !������������������ ii    --    - i   "'"      ��������������������������� 'r'~- 1 '     -  "1 Imwii iur������l on*  rtuivlii vlttt ymir  Ki������vlii 0������rn. knit ������iu  now- trj'tnif It im nn*  elhir will. M.-j-l rn-  itilW. I nm lileli'**  |,tiu������-4l ������ltli V>������*  WfHJIi-Iri*.''  y, WTSTI'.nH.  ti * l>���������  Ittlc tlrii't  lilt drtif (Ut '"f*"**1  ���������tmmm\Y*mr  tin    Ut*  wilU  HlllAA"     o*  Jio'i* courtlTiB her.  tho litreet.  Dr. U. J. tUtJall Cwapany     1-  iinmm\*>rm F*Uai, V*>wa*������1. \J. S. A"  A detachment of soldiers waa about  co attack lhe enemy, who awaited  tlwun drawn up In battile order. A  WHitfonod oltl uerKcunt noticed a young  HOldler freuli from honu* visibly af-  fAeiod by Mio nearnoau of tho comlnn  !'r*,!,r mi���������!   hick   wiih   |t.-n.'.   ii!n   i������i,.i*t  onatterlnta; and  bltt    kiiei*n    trloil    to  knr-ek ''iich other ont.      It  w.-vh sheer  I nervnu'-'iUi'HH, but tlie worr*ea,nt. lho*'������'ht  It wan rtowni'lKht funk.  Toii'ii'l'lm*. ho whlaperr-rt. Is it Ireiib-  Unr- vj������ nro for your own dirty nlcln?  No.   no,  aeri*einit,   Hiild      itnnjiKiiiH,  .       .nt   ..,.  llllUllllK    il     ili.iit;    u.i������...|>,      ,>      .....  shaklnK llnibn. I'm trerubllrwr for  the enemy. Tbey don't know Temple Inn 1ft hero.  Mrs. Fitzbrown (to Jior iiunband)���������  Do  you  remember t\cnr, that boforo  we wero married you uhvayo offered'  iim- youi  left .inn?  Kit/brown���������Yon,  I  wanted to hav**  my rij'.ht hand li*>������'.       ������������u Hen j .������,*,*.  a lover':: fn"' that noniuone would try  lo (alii* you irom nu\ nml  i    aiwayr*  kepi. It In rcadlniM'H for defence.  Mrs. Kh-brown���������How nwocll      But  ������������������-i\v I'i It   Mint now you {*;���������*��������� n e rn I.l y of-,  fer mo your rlKht arm?  I'Mt/.hi own-���������Well, I am not no afraid  VH     HHIItM,     J llll     All,     4      II UJ .  CvpriiH, under a convention of 3878,  pays nn unnu-H tilbuto of 1500.000 to  tho 9mtan oi Turkey. The Creston Vfcvimffo  n.z  ���������������������^v_X^^^S5. & ������������*������������������������  VC&ZZ  Px Wished every  Friday at Creston, British Columbia, by the Creston Print-  ng and Publishing Company, Ltd.  W. B. MeCLUBE  Editor and Manager  The Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Oreston valley, car  onlatlns innearly one thousand homes throughout, tho Oreston district and  ������������*������& ��������������������������� ab������oad manner into other communities. Onr advertising rates  m fiseVon the scale of the Kootenay and Bonndary Printers'Board of Trade,  ������������������^."gnrohase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time. Display adver-  toements $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first mm  ������TSTpe?line in Succeeding weeks. Subscription rates $2.00 a yew in  advance Our columns are open to contributions dealing in matters oflocal interest and the welfare of the community.    Contributions must be brief and  i Creston  <8x  I The Leading j  The municipality meeting to be held tomorrow night  will undoubtedly be interesting as there is considerable difference of opinion in the matter between the ranchers  and business men. The majority of business men seem to  desire to incorporate the town but do not want to go in for  a rural municipality, while most of the ranchers who have  given the matter thought, want a municipality.  Prominent among the reasons Creston should incorporate is the fact that the health of her citizens is dependent  upon the proper sewerage and this question can be handled! &j  rightly only after Creston is incorporated. Should Creston  become a part of a rural municipality, the outlying districts  ���������where no sewer is needed, would not want to be assessed for  a sewer for the town and would therefor, by their votes,  prevent the advance step in the town. The same would be  true in the case of street lights, city waterworks aud other  things which a growing town like Creston needs and soon  must have. A good sewerage system should be installed  before another fall with its dangerous diseases, comes.  If the ranchers want to go in for a rural municipality,  which will give them power to tax themselves aud to expend  the funds thus secured, there is no reason they should not  do so, but let them make the move independent of Creston.  For the health and convenience of its citizens, Creston  should then take immediately take steps to incorporate.  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  \ Our   Guests  ' Call   o4gam  ������&    5,-  /. B. Moran  j������������������������������������_������������������������������������������������9?������������������������������������������������������  JwrcratV'-gaTiMraBtf^  A JTr__-__"        ���������������/"-*������������������        Qf������-S____0^51-_V  ^Nl-^    Pm^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^K  et You  OU will make 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 up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men  Lumbermen,   Ranchers,  Tourists  and Commercials.  **������'  ft    "With every Nyals. Family  Remedy .  $$ you  purchase, you  may    know  what  A  ^j^SS*M drugs are used in its Composition,  by  referring to the "Nyals Family Chest"  a Booklet supplied Free, ask foi it.  Nyals Kidney pills Cure  Backache*  g^  Creston Drtig&Book Co.  tH_,r\f_-*  JL     AaaVAJIV  ->*��������� J-  JffSX  ���������gg-SS--������-^^  very and Feed StabSes  T______retf1  M    "*mmm M ������ mmm* mm.    **w'<������-������  s==Gentg Furnishings  /S^A^.-'tf-    ^Arf-a ������< *,**������-,.z-.A^    W    i������r^>������.'Btr   ������������-*.  T*sv������-r*B \  B  1JI VV ������*   I  All class of TURNOUTS, supplied at short notice.   The latest styles of  CUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.    Saddle and pack  horses a  finoAial.H,  VLB  Feed for sale. Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Co. Horses for sale  lam prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains  at any hour of the day or night. Commercial men and landseekers, will  * , receive prompt attention  5^   fi Ar^f^. -?___ *3* 4- _~s    s^PO__j  Box 14  hi. i>. SVScUreath.  h Phone 56  t_i  ��������� tfji  ���������  '  &  ft,  tS  t_  m  _���������  w  ���������������  #  to  w  to  &  ���������w  TO  as  Sirdar Avenue  rAIGAUVHFRAIII  un_uni-i iiLiiifiLiu  11 uno rnrQTn&i  LIKENS   VALLEY   TO  GARDEN OF EOEN  Representative  of  Visits   This   District  Then Writes of It  n������.nH| ��������� _  f<S.|/VjTl    -  ---  In the issue of the Calgary Herald  of October 18, there appeared an article so well written and so laudatory of  thlB district that wo decided  reprint  the  same   to  show   our readers  the  impression which the Crcaton  valley  gives  to  strangers.     The  article  is  written   by   a  representative  of the  Herald, who spent several days in the  district.   There worejwrite-ups also of  Nakusp  and   Windonncro   but  they  Were very brief so it is evident that  Oroston stands highest in tho mlud of  the writer.   The urticle follows,  (Continued from last week)  According to Creston prow era there if)  no difference in the volume or  quality  Of fruits and vegetables that can ba  grown in any portion ot this  district  The apples, in color, quality nnd volume  Are not excelled in all British Columbia  4*  This year trees seven years of age produced from, eight to nine forty pound  boxes of applos por tree. Tho Creston  Eriokaon and Port HiU section,* this year  ���������hipped 18,000 boxoi. or thirty carloads,  of applos. In 1910 the value of fruit  handled In tho district through tho fruit  ���������growers aaaociation was 15,000. tn l-ill  the value was $17,000, ana this year it  Will total $_5,000. Next year it is conservatively estimated that tbo vidua ot  the looal fruit anq vegetable orops will  will be upward   of  #100,000.   Ono  in-  * " *��������� '     ' ���������!....  ���������JtUCkUUU  Ul    gt/UU   1144J1.44 4A4K   J44   ft 1 V14AA   AAA      1441.,  etjierienoei of a resident of Orcnton, who  this year produced seven tons of onlouii  of   an   average   weigh t   of one pound  piece, fr->aii-9 ol an asre of ufiid.  All growers who want to contract  the crops can do so in the winter  months for the coating summer. This \  has been and is being done. The yield  of large and small fruits, also vegetables and tomatoes, has proved to  have exceeded all records. Strawberries yield as high as __.e hundred  crates to the acre, the crates contain-  ...^    **ti   TKrtVflO   A,������l.������l-,       DO/llt    <r,t**   TT.V.44*!,   V./-.-V4.Q  or cups contains four-fifths of a quart,  Raspberries yield 700 crates to the  acre and sell for $2.25 per crate. Tomatoes yield from 1000 to 2000 crates  to the acre and sell at 60c per crate.  Pears, apricots, quiuces, cherries and  grapes do remarkably well, even scoring higher in quality .than any other  district. Fifty thousand fruit trees  have been planted this summer in the  Crestou district.  Oroston though new as compared  with other districts, enjoys all the  necessaries and many of the luxuries  aud convenieniences of modern life.  There are few towns or districts like  Creston that are providad with water  works, telephones to nearly every  business house and fruit grower's residence, Hotels aro of high class and  comfortable, ami stores are stocked  with every possible requirement, Individual   poverty   is  quite   unknown  ���������M__MM_Mta         -   J���������   ;    ���������' ���������sssmsBmmxmmmmmmmmmmmmxmm  Anniversary   Services  The sixth anniversary and Thanksgiving service of the Creston Methodist chnrch will be kept Sunday, Nov, 3  when the Rev. A. E Smith, B. A., of  Nelson will preach at 11 a. m. and 7:30  p m. Special music is being prepared  by the choir for both services. On  Monday evening the ladies will serve  the hot dinner from 6 t-o 8 p, m., and I  an excellent",   program   is under way j  which is expected to be abont the best  yet given by local talent. Don't forget  the date, Nov 3 and 4.  to tho'e who fill out and  mail this coupon AT ONCE  Sample of our expert penmanship and  facinating lesson in short hand.  THE  BLAIR   BUSINESS  COLLEGE  Spokane, Wash.  I am interested in Business Education  Please send me  full information abont  yonr College, aud especially  about the  subjects checked below:  .., .Bookkeeping   ... .Shorthand t   Typewriting   ,.. ,Penmanship_jM|  ... .Qniok Figuring .,. .Letter Writing  I can begin a oourse about ..,   Name   Address   i Nil Hi!' 11 iii '  .|h������Blk1i|  tn rn-'Tj  t-i.  i'ii  i-1  Vi  H:S  !l!f  ii:*  illii ill's  ..���������H.StiHf'"*!;?  This is the Wonderful New Flour  and general prosperity ia the prevailing condition for nono need go idle or  pcniless who nre able to work.   Rep  resentativcH of all tho Christian dc-  nouionatious aro hero and there aro  few    communities   that    havo   such  churches of all   creeds   and   resident  Clurgyuicn as Creston.   Crcaton also  lias two opera houses and ono lodge  hull, where   four  ditl'erent fraternal  organizatiojjH moot, besides sevoal pub-  Jb balls,    Tlie Craston  He view was  *������Un*tc<l a little over a year /ngo. and is  growing to be a newsy paper.    There  im alno a Kruit (Jrowers' ausociation a  Farmers'  Institute which are  under  Mhi /iiJHjiii-i-N ui i,in' <i'tj*iii>y iimiihuir  oi  agriculture.      TIicmc iiHioeiatiiiiiH nre  (Continued on Page 6>  BURNS  COMPLETE  Animal   Fertilizers  ARE  MONEY       SEmtDS  Sow Burns'Fertilizers  I  And Reap Dollars.  Call or send for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  P. BURNS & Go.  Llmlt-*ct  CRESTON       -      B.C.  Head Oflice  w *��������� m. m-mj \m+ m m. jx1*.   ok.   a ������     i ������������������������   ������  v   v    ������->  VKR;  that has made such a sensation throughout Western Canada.  Made of highest grade Saskatchewan wheat, in the newest, best-equipped,  largest mill on the prairies.  Made with the determination to  give users  better  flour-value, greater  certainty cf   baking-success, fuller satisfaction with the final  result,  whether  with biscuits, cake or bread.  Housewives throughout all the West admit that Robin Hood Flour gives all this.  Therefore, Madam, it is the flour for you.  This flour cannot be described in an advertisement.    We use this paper  merely to give 'he introduction���������to say:  " Let us make, you acquainted with Robin Hood Flour."  It Is tho ffuapanteed floui"*.    If yon nro not satisfied with lt aftor two fair tp.als,  {&    aslc you_ ffpooep fo-e you-, monoy- back.    Ho will Klxro lt to you.  {j.m.        Add mor-o wntop than usual when using1 Robin Hood Flour.    Mado or ouch  hard, dry whoat, lt nb-oi-b- mora molstupo���������produolns* a la-gop, whito:* 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  noose Jaw  For Sale by CRESTON MERCANTILE CO.  .^^^^:^m^m>  k_tliu *A-,ii__L-..-ii,__ili*t-".���������V'iiWf.'l '-I'M'I'lfffiifi'jUMiWW^ nitr r, r mmmmmtiSi  EDMONTON.  |HY should you get your job printing done away from your home town  when it can be done here in just as neat a style _s anywhere, on  as good quality of paper and at reasonable prices. We will have your  work ready when promised. CRESTON PTG Si PUB. CO.  MM  tiMJMjujjjyjjnMNU THE   CRESTON    BE VIEW,    CHESTON,    B* U.  *&&  Semi-ready*  T_Ion4 Saht  C OLD at tbe tame price e-rerrwhera Is  yj Canada���������ths name In tha pocket. ���������  8end for tamplea or $30 "Klnjj'i Ow������w  ���������wise and $25 Btltaiutj lun -mlw nr Ic  book. ��������� /  Ask the clothier !a yos toiro or tr������ts  direct���������Semi-ready, Llu_ied, aifcfetVaei.  G. Fred Johnston, fernie, B. C.  PROFESSIONALS  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  '  -       ��������� > J  BO. Xj-ND StrR/myoB^A.M'D AfokcteoI  'Plans and Specifications  C RESTON   . "     -  11  i *,  DEN riSTRY  E. HALL D. D. S������  I very valuable to the amateur fruit  grower,J|as from time to time lectures  are given by experts and practical demonstrations made on the pruning,  spraying and packing Of fruit and the  cultivation of land.  Oreston affords excellent educational opportunities. The schools of which  there are three, are strictly non-sectarian aua are emcieui.  The sportsmen will find in the Creston district- a Tester varist*0* of "ame  than in most other parts of the province. " There are, indeed, few regions  that can bor.st of anything like the  same variety of species., Whether  with rifle, shot-Bun.  or rod.  thore is  Offico   over   Frank ParkB Hardware  Stores���������Baker Street.  CRANBROOK,  B. C.  GUY   LOWENBERG  ������4iN_iW__iJ  an almost bewildering choice,  -northeast of Creston in the watershed  of Goat river and the White Grouse  mountains,   caribou, bear, mountain  goat, cotton tail and. black tail deer  are to be found. Por caribou the White  Grouse country is without doubt the  one of the finest in the province, and  it is there that the only specimens of  white caribou have been obtained.  (To be continued)  DUCK CREEK NEWS  Much .arnusanient v?as caused here on  Sunday  when   a  Thanksgiving   duck  To the I shoo   wsts indulged iu, the ducks beinvc  supplied by Paul  Hageu.     The Inckr  ones vseie, Walter Johnson ll, Victor  Saudvig, 1, Paul Hagen 1, X. Butter-  field 1.  Miss Crotch is visiting with her sistei  Mrs. Butterfleld.  Mr. aud Mrs. Bufctei_eld were bos',  and hostess at a Thanksgiving dance ou  Monday night., About 28 guests weit  precent. Dancing and games were indulged in, the musio was supplied b*>  Messrs Monrad and Joe Wigen. Tht  party broke np abont 1 o'clock after b  most enjoyable evening.  Mr. and Mrs. Victor Carr were  visi-  T  _l  *t%X%.        ix^ti3tmluS.mmJ \J? S. i.? '_A._.i_.^^_.    Z&B. ^A        JrHrJUHIil*-  PRESTON  B.C.  MR. &  MRS. CROMPTON  Teachers of  Piano, Violin, Singing  Music Supplied for Concerts & Dances  AX*-tA*T T  v/jt_j_vx^i_/,  ���������*rr\TTKrr\  o~ . ::.-..  1VV11U    Ot.    \*\J,  I hereby give notice that on. Monday, the 4th day of November, A. D. 19 12, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Court House, Otfelson, 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 person- on the 30th day  of June, A. D. 1913, and for coat3 and expenses of said sale, If the total amount due is  not sooner paid.  OWNER.  CIaAIM.  Lot  Number.  Tax.  Costs and  Kxoensed.  Total.  Real Estate and Insurance.  HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON    -"���������';'���������: -  J5.U.  JAS. H. SCHOFiiSLD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  ��������� Xii III3, ���������������������������*��������� ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ia*,  .Alexandria   ������������t-UrOIOf        m m m ������ t x \ x * x m * * m m ���������     ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������Atlln (Bear and Wild Horse)  A4-1IV.     T?mnf\.tf.~     TAT^       O  REAL ESTATE. Eto.  I RAIL - - ���������  B.C.  ! catWi*b-^:n:;' & (TA I  ������H������������ v l:������v *������/ > ���������%r������i* .'*rv������  .:?. ?>WhoIesa,le:  ?  Provisions,   Produce,    Fruit  General Commission Merchants  NELSON?? '���������;;;--??-B.-C..  i*j.  5.  J4o*^ier ���������...���������.���������..........������������������..������������������..  S. S.  Fowler '���������.....������������������.���������������..������������������.������������������������������������....���������  B.  C. Standard Mining Co., Ltd..  Wm.   Coffey   Wm_   Coffsy      . ���������  James A.  Nowell ..Bullion   ... -..  .Falls View G. M.  Company. Ltd....4.....Bodle   Fraction  Falls View G. M.  Company, Ltd Bodie   ..........  New North Fork Gold Mining Co.... Ben  Hassen  ...  K. L. A. Keller, et ai....... Blye      A.  H.  Kelly ��������� Cleopatra .. ...  James A.  Nowell   .'.   VsX-C-Sa     -~fm     mXxXlm,     .-������������������������������������.���������*���������()���������������������������������������������������������������. ���������-���������_'��������� ��������� a ��������� ������������������  Luzetta Field, et al  ........  S. J>t_sGiit   S, Lo*-,������Ult as*:! L. NiV4  ........  21G3  . -. *. ..���������������>..������*.... 2165  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������*��������������������������� uVQ**x    4800  933S    2190  ��������� ������������������������>->���������*���������������������������������������������>������������������>������������������ "xXOaS  ��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a* TEXvX '  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������>���������*���������*������������������������������������������������������ OvOO  ��������� ���������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������ ������t!J*VX     387   Crouch Hall  2189  Y...Czar Fraction .. ���������  5833  ��������� ���������   ��������� ������'��������� V^*A_tCl               .���������*���������������������������   ���������'������������������������������������������������������������������������41*4)*ab4akV*Sa������(%aa������a**>������*****a.   ������������������������������������������������������* OlSW  ��������� *, a ������������������OO^.lIXtnlctJl          a. ���������>���������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>��������������������������� a ���������-������������������4>a*������ ������V������7U  a....Central  ? ...........'....;.,... 4S01  Um,  Wi. IR. Beatts  CRANBROOK - B.C.  Tho  funeral Director  i ii'u_iui____e_  E. Duaaont, BU- Legault and L. Niven....Central  Fraction   Montie Julian Morgan .Collins  (9V6 miles from Salmo).  B. C.  Standard Mining Co., Ltd ..Double Standard      Benjamin  Fallows  ....Davenport   ***--*      **���������     ���������ml\.t������aAjf       aaaaaa>aaaaaaaaaa*������*aaa*aafla**aaaa ������XjXCu6vlU6]r        ���������a*a*a*a*aa*aaj>������aa*a**������*><  Fairmont Gold Mining Company,  Ltd Evening Star   P. N. Thompson, et al.  .................Emerald   C. P. HiU ............................Emerald Fraction   ................  ....Emperor   ....Emerald      ....Free   Coinage  .... Falls View; ....  ....Golden Horn   .   Grey   Copper   .  ....Gibraltar      ....Golden Crown  ....Golden Cap ..   Golden  Eagle  4S02  10004  2213  9161  391  3778  2907  5834  5797  5798  3586  ���������4997  1711  4SS3  21G4  5513  5544  5545  More Eetting  IU coittract.  for the building of your Now  House, Store, Onlce Workshop  or oLbei- ImildiiiH, write or call  on ine. Estimates given oil all  kinds of work.  rrw-nr-i������������������-rn-nifiii***-niimj-   'j iiiir I'-r-rH^rT*"**1 ' "*-���������--"*���������-'-��������������������������� ���������"-���������"���������I  I pairs & Alterations  A  SPECIALTY  Charges reasonable and satisfaction  guaranteed on All Work  mmmamaiimimm***ma+amaammam*ima*mmmamawmmmm  JOHN   BOYD,   Creston  A*J_������lw>W������%W*j^������*tf^������***'rf������������V������������ 1 i'Ii Ii Hl'wrmwUMMWWlWI  irabelli  Saddle smd  Wa3mB9e&s5   S$egsmirim'm*&  A SPECIALTY ,  Dealer'iu   hig'i   class  boots and snocs.  Get your Wines, Liquors,  Tobucccf, Cigars, Pouches,  Pipes, etc., at the  Creston     Wine  Sntpff  Co*  &  Vsa   - XTm      JXJ11     '���������*aaaaaaa.������������a������aa*a**������a������aaaa������*������*������aa������  ������-/*'" . XTm   ' ������X.iXX       ���������*������������������ a *������aa������a ���������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������aaaaaa** ������ ���������  John A. Gibson, et al............,.'......  B. C, Rossiand & Slocan Syndicate..  Ymir Gold.Mines, Limited  .............  B.. C, Kosbland & Slocan Syndicate..  S.  S.  Fowler   .������������������������������������'   m^m       i������       Xii IX    *aa*aa*a,aa**������*a*aaaaaa**aB*aa������aa������aa  *V  "'JT*       X^LUX       ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a*4>*������a������a*a**a'**'Aa**ua  V-������������       XTm       mXmmXkX*       ava*aa������������������**a������aaaa������a.a*������***aa.*a * ��������� ��������� al  George C. Schmidt, L. B. and J. E. Jia^ .-���������-  Farlane and A. Sostad .....Heuxy   Clay  4200  B.  C, Kossland & Slocan Syndicate Homestake   ���������  4993  British Lion G. M. & Dev. Company......Highland  Chief     5020  B. C.  Standard Mining; Company Hunter  V.  2212  S.  S.   1'owler InUe-man  2163  A. E. Hand .J. M. B.  902  Fabs   View  G. & S.  Company,  Ltd ..Jupiter  4165  Juno Gold Mining Company Juno    ���������-  3161  Juno  Gold  Mining  Company/Ltd ..King of the Forest  31C0  Juno  Gold  Mining  Company.   Ltd Kirjiwull  3162  Ymir  Gold Mines,  Limited Lawrence   Fraction     2303  T.   D.   GarriBon.   J.   A.   Graham   aud   1\  AsplnwaU    '. Lake   View  3245  G. W. Coppen, et al Morning  104  _mir Mines, Limited   ?....Mugwump     ; ���������  1711  New l\ or tli Fork Mining Co., Ltd Maud S  UG02  C. J?.- HiU Morning Glory     6836  B. C {"Standard Mining Company  .viiiri'la  Fraction     222-1  Benjamin  Fallows Moiino     9165  Vmir Gold Mines,, Ltd iNora Fractional  2*101  Goo.  C.  Schmidt  ." JNeliio   N,  0057  A. D.   VVostby uro HiU    2073  -mil*   Mints,   Limited    I'uuntrey   1<ruction     ~WZ  M. Egan, et al -rinceba  Ida    ���������  3270  Golden strand M. tic B. Compuny....;....Pug  I3ti3  B. C, ltoaslund & Slocan Syiicioato Jt'arlc     ���������MUB  L\ N. Tiiompbt.il, ot ul jVorciipinti     2903  J.  li. Lovo and Alox. Macdonald .PjouiIho     C081  guoon MinoH.  Limited    Quoen  1070  Vmir Mlnou, Llmltod  ttockland     170������  Ymir Mines. Llmltod  ....Itobortson 1-Taction   1712  Kollof Mining Company   ttoluu, Fraction    2400  C. P. Hill Uattloi*       0Ka7  C.  I'. HiU ttaiublor    ..."     6338  L.  icjoW    * u-   nnd  Ij  2089  J, Loyo and. Alox. Macdonald  ttalnbow     W80  M.   Q.   Luvjs    UoVttl   Soul  8204  Uolloc. Minos, Limited  ' Star SiUno    2100  FuIIh VIow'O. M. Company  Standard     -1103  Ilouu McGlynn and W. lt. CiUdwoll Stirling            2020  13.  C���������  llOHHluiHl-iHloeuii Syndicuto, Ltd...Skylark  4091  V,. 0\ Standa'-d Mlnln-j Co Hllvor Bullion     3421  if.   (.'.   tJiiuiilii:*!   MliiWij,'  Co TurruMn  S4l������  William   H.   flhorrort    "���������   W t ��������������������������� 2018  i\ N. Tliompaon  Victor      2006  J3. C, HOHBland & Blocan Syndicate Victoria     ���������HMW  ll. C. Standard Mining Company  Vulgar Fraction   8120  Juino������ A. Nowoll  ...., WoortsMe     2188  Ymir Gold Mlnou, Llmltod  Ymir     1703  Quoon  Mines,  Llmltod   Yellowstone      3CCI  $10.75 .  9.75  12.00  7.00  5."25  12.00  1.00  11.00  11.75  13.00  10.75  4.75  1.75  12.50  11.50  9.25  1.50  13.00  11.00  9.75  8.00  10.00  .7,75  8.75  13.00  13.00  11.00  12.00  7.50  12.75  6.50  10.50  11.00  12,25  9.25  13.Q0  11.25  12.50  12.75  2.25  12.75  11.50  10.50  11.00  2.00  12.75  4.76  8.75  9.75  12.75  4.75  13.00  .75  8.00  13.00  2.75  12.60  12.60  13.00  10.75  0.25  8.75  8.25  '    .25  1.00  13,00  7.C0  11.60  11.00  13.00  7.60  13.00  12 75  12.50  12.00  r,.7f>  (1.25  12.75  9.00  .76  13.00  10.26  12,75  $2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.0O  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  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2,00  2.00  2.00  ���������2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2,00  2.0U  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  :voo  r-.^Wfi-WW-'-AWM^  ���������py' _ni^i s i p g  I    ^ 9    ls\mJ^     8     <>aL_l  W. H. JOHNSON   Proprietor  !  "M2.75  U.,5  14.00  9.00  7,25  14.00  3.00  13.00  13.75  15.00  mi.'is>;  6/.5  a.75  14.50  1350  ll.;25  3.50  15.00  13.00  11.75  10.IH)  12.00  9.75  lO.Vo  15. Ov)  15.00  13.00  14.CU  9.50  14.75  8.50  12. j0  13. U0  14. .5  11.25.  15.0U  13.25  14.50  14.75  4.-5  14.V5  13.50  12.60  13.00  4.00  14.75  6.75  10. i u  U.75  14.75  6.75  15.00  2.75  lO.liO  15.00  4.75  14.5J  14.60  IS.'JIJ  32,75  U.^'i  10.75  4*,io  -j.00  .1.0.00  9.60  l-J.DO  13.00  15.00  9.C0  13.00  11.76  11.60  14.00  7.V5  8.ji5  11. ."5  11.00  2.V5  15.00  12.25  14.76  7 His.   HOMts.  OF"   THS.  TRANSIENT  %  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  This Hotel  is one of tlie     ������  ���������  best    known    and     popular     |  Hotels  in  the   ICootenavs. ������  "*- Bl  I  The dining room is strictly ,  |  am  up-to-date and the bar sup= 5  plied vAih only the best brand |  of goods. ������  :  Creston, B.C.  ____a____S__5__3S������ZB__l  8   S V#  #  ��������� aX-i.i'  at -mmm  a   -v ^a  /_-_,  it. \ '  a   _  ViOTOi^iA, B.  The Largest Nursery in the Province  o.  Fruit trees shade and ornamentnl trees, shrubs., vines,  ������������������������'-.'������������������'.  Our stock  is exceptionally clean.    Grown -without irrigation and  guaranteed true to name.  We make a specialty of Dwarf Apples and Pears. Tbese liear tho  nest year after planting and aro especially recommended for city garden**  and fillers for the commercial orchard.  PRICES RIGHT  i  ma*** twww ���������������������������*������������������*  Sa Poole, Prop.  ^-%��������� . .   .      ...     AV.1.,...        T.        4*. ...        ������. ������       im    ....... I., m      tut",  A>AAAA.IA      AAA     A������ II1.JA. 4.,      4k4.       \..,      H14|������      ������t|l       J A, J4 AW, .4 U W. ,      ������������������-���������  H'I'llil'H IlilM    II.    lit 1,'l'li Hi xi.  Deputy AnucHHor uml Collector,  i     ��������� Noloon AuBOoamont Wlmtrlot,  On  V*/������  LOCAL   AGENT  tors at the Wigen ranch on Sunday.  Work is going on a oace  on the new  _-. Tir?4^_ *���������Jreek ;  -  roau. auu Ctu���������iuf,  ��������� ,r,A������_     Hjff  Mr. and Mrs. Embree spent lhe week  end visiting with friends in Oreston.  , ������������������*":���������.'���������.  Jca Wii?en and Mat Hagen were visitors, at Creston on Monday.  Mr.   johusOn   is   visiting   his uucle  August Johnson of Wynndei.  Renewal of License  Liquor "License Act (section 42)  Notice is hereby given that,  on the  first day of December next, applica*  ti on will be lutiue fco the Superintend* *  e nt of Provincial Police for a renewal  of the Hotel License to sell Liquor by  Retail   in   the  hotel   known   as  the  Button Hotel, situate at Creston,  iu  the Province of British Columbia.  Dated this 4bh dav of October,  TOT2  "The Creston Trading Company' i  William H. Johnson  iYT n *-������ o nra-H  ~.^m.*.mm.m*mif^-\*+.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINIG REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of tho DJminion,  in Manitoba, Saskatohewau and Alberta  the Yukon Territory, the North west  Territories and iu a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may beleaBed  for a <tertu of twenty-one yenrs at  ati annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,560 acres will be leased to  one  applicant.'  Applipatio'i for a lease must be mnde  by the applicant iu person to tho Agent  or Sub-Agent of tho district in which  the rights applied for are situated.  In survej'ed territory tho land must  de described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sectious, aud iu uusurveyed  territory the truofc applied for shall be  staked out by tho applicant himself.  Ench npplicntiou must be accompanied  by a fee of $5 whioh will be refunded it  tho rights applied for aro not available  but uot otherwise. A royalty sluill be  paid on tho uierchantablo output of the  mine at.the rule ol! live cents per tou.  Tho person opornting tho mine shall  furnish tho Ageut with s.xoiu returns  ncoouutlng for tho full quantity of merchantable coal mined nud pav tho royalty therein. If lhe ooul milling righls  aro not being operated, buoh returns  should bo furuishod nt louBt. onoo a your  Tbo loaso will itieludo the oonl mining rights ouly, nut tho Iobboo may be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may bo oouHidored  nocefiflury for tho workiug of tho miue  til, tho rato of $10 au uure.  For full infoi-iimtloo application should  bo made to tho Sooretary of tho Depart-  ment of the Interior, Oituwn, oc to any  Agout or >Sub-Aguut ui IAj'juii on LkiiUh  W. W. OOltY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.  1_���������Unauthorized publication of  this advurtUomcnt will not bo paid for.  Transfer of License  Liquor License Act (section 48)  Notice is hereby given that, on the  First day of December next, application will be huido to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the transfer of the license for the sale of Liquor  by retail in and upon the premises  known as the Burton Hotel, situate at  Creston, British Columbia, from  William H. Johnson to William  Arthur Heron of Creston, British  Columbia.  Dated this 4th Day of October, 1912.  (Signed)  Win. H. Johnson  Holder of License  (Signed)    Wm. A. Heron  Applicant for Transfer  For "The Creston Trading Company."  ���������LADIES, call at our store anil  look over our supply of McCalls, patterns just recieved.   S. A. Speors.  RENEWAL OF LICENSE  Liquor License Act (Section 18)  Notice is hoi eby gi veu that on the  1st day of December no xt application  will be mado to the Superintendent  of Provincial Police for tho renewal  of License for the sale of Liquor hy  wholesale hi and  upon  the promises  known as Creston Wine & Spirit Co.,  situate at Creston,  B. C, upon tho  lands described as Lot 112, Block A.  Dated this 25th day of Octobor, 1012,  Sidney Poole  Applicant  A umHquonulo ball will bo held on tho  5th of Novombur under the ausplooB  ot tho Crcoton L. O. L. Admission 75  oentn.   Pri-u*. will bo ������lvo������.  TRANSFER. OF LTCF.NSE  Liquor License Act (Section 48)  Notico is hereby given, that on tho  1st day of December noxt, application  will bo made to tlio Superintendent  of Provincial Police for the Transfer  of the License for tluv salo. of Liquor  hy wholesale in and upon tho promises  known as Crcoton Wino it Spirit Co..  Lo the premises to ho known as tho  Hiune, situate at Creston, JR. O.,  upon  tho lands described as Lot 2, Block A.  Dated this 25th day of October, 1012  Sidney Poolo  Holder of Llconso  ���������LADIES, call nt our Btore and look  over our (supply ot McOalls patlcurag ju������|  roooivod.   8. A. Spoor*,  |-_tt*i  riir.nliiliiiilnVi'  h__H_ THE   CRESTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON. - B. C.  ������iutii_i d  EXTRA  BIG  Large Body���������Long Sleeves.  ��������� th'j Shirt for Big Men  For  sale  by   Dealers   Everywhere  Made by.  ���������W. H. Storey &Son, Acio_,Qat  PREACHERS'  PREDICAMENT  BROKEN CYLINDERS AND  ALUMINUM   CRANK  CASES  ���������end all Metals, welded to perfection  by the Oxy-Acetylene Process  THE   HUB   WELDING   CO.,  Rear of 253 Sherbrooke Street,  \*i:mnlm.*m.  mm iliui|/ug  Veribrite  V ;t  T CUVU  ll  3    ESsS Kir���������������*������ B���������tssaI    V-A.V.'      "-  _ HB--  THE WORLD'S BEST I  WOOD      POLISH  Cleans and disinfects  everything in your  home from the cellar to the attic. Put  it on your duster and  LKJIA    A* ������������..*./. o.    m  r.-, i_j;=i55 -.-. ^k^v. ~,  Linoleums. I   >   mauo:*, x- ui.u.M.t.  'J etc. Makes everything Just like  new. Money refunded  if not satisfactory.  Made by the  DOMESTIC SPECIALTY COMPANY. LIMITED.  Hamilton,   Canada.  By the Rev. Forbes Phillips. Author  of "Cassock and Comedy," etc.  To discover suddenly that you are  distributing a pack of ordinary playing cards among your congregation  is disconcerting enough. It happened to a clergyman once.  The old man was fond of a quiet  game of patience, and had slipped a  pack into his cassock-pocket, for a  lonely game in the vestry, where he  had some time to wait after the service, before taking a wedding. Just  before giving out his text, he had occasion to use his handkerchief. He  pulled it out with a jerk. The next  moment his cards were fluttering  down from the pulpit to the pews.  On one cccasion, just before the  sermon, a curate noticed that the  electric light vvas fading. He entered the pulpit quickly, then calmly gave  out the text: "And there was darkness." Three seconds afterwards  there was, for the electric light was  extinguished altogether, but the people thought ?r. had been done purposely. The humor of the situation was  forthcoming in an ��������� angry letter from  the bishop to the curate, demanding  to know what new' ritualistic idea was  tills!  A cathednl dignitary in the North  had left him by his great uncle, an  Irish dean, among other things a  number of sermons in manuscript.  One  Sundav   mornlnc    he    preached  Rates and the Cost of Living  A citizen of Weetern Canada is  breakfasting at an Ottawa hotel on  bread aad bitter, bacon, eggs and  coffee. The-waiter hands him the  bill, which is more than it used to be  when he was'there .a few years ago,  and. of course, he lays tlie blame on  rail  rates.  Let  us  consider   the   facts.       The  rate on flour Irota Winnipeg to Ottawa in car-load lots, all-rail, is $0 cents  per  100   pounds,   say   60  cents   for  a  barrel of 193 pounds.      Manitoba flour  being   strong and   well-matured,   the  Ottawa   baker  ls   able   to   make   196  oaves, each weighing 1% pounds, from  a  barrel,  the addition of water and  yeast accounting for    the    seemingly  miraculous increase in the flour.  Assuming that' our friend eats heartily  of bread,  we get  down to  this  sum  iu Rule of Three:���������If the rail rate on  the principal raw    material    of    196  loaves is 60 cents, what portion of it  is paid by the consumer of half a loaf.  The hotel pays live cents or so per  loaf, but may charge    him   twice   or  three times that much for half a one.  In  any   event it  is  evident that the  rail rate comtitutea the merest fraction  of the  tirst  cost of  the  bread.  That a barrel of Hour should be carried 1300 miles for 60 cents ls. if one  comes to think of it, nothing short of  wonderful.      ln   Eastern   Canada   it  costs 25 cen s or thereabouts to move  a barrel by horse* and wagon from tbe  railway  station  to  the nearest  house  Pertaining to  Parks  In England the fir&t large park open  to the public was Woodstock, forme-d  by Henry 1, in 1125. Of modern  times the most famous parks known)  to dwellers of the metropolis are Regent's and Hyde.  The former was originally the  grounds of a palace belonging to good  Queen Bess, while Hyde Park belonged to the Abbey of Westminster, and  became Crown property In 1535. when  the Abbey was dissolved. Y        ?  The United Kingdom, however, cannot rival America for the size and  splendor of its public parks. The  famous Yellowstone Park, Wyoming,  consists of no fewer than 3.300 square  miles, and includes mountains, forests  and volcanic geysers.  Another wonderful product of America is a park built by a Mr. Duke, a  wealthy tobacco manufacturer, of  Somerville. New Jersey. It cost  $16,000,000 to form. in Its grounds  are 40,000,000 plants and trees, and  the fountains are the most magiiiifl-  cent ivi the world.  ������������������*���������  ���������VB  __���������_������*���������''b B-8_���������������' __'������% fa '  one of these, and    the    eonereeation i "-':'-" "V*-        ,   . . . .    ~....... = _  -._..,...������,������     .   - .  . -   . -    .-���������      i      1'iift nacon is nroucnr to cjn_v.ii n-um  ^���������Jl^T-^x^'bi-J HeaS^\ Toronto and the Canadian Pacific rate  i  .������.A*.n_v.   a���������MO o. ( for  car.load )ots  is  v0  cents per   lOO  pounds.      The butter and eggs cotue  SFROM  IilI/&^357_31IVS1  ���������f*iJ?S"^i     .'������'*- S4T--&S ���������������*���������. S .S "*9 "*s^    %3?^4������ ������������������������������������"<���������>��������� ���������-t������=*  SOFTENING W/^ER-il  REMOVING'-'' iPA'ftNUir'B  D!S!NFEGT!NG SINKS*  CLOSETS , DR Al NS- ETC. |  so lo e.ve.ry vv here  refuse: substitutes  TRIED IN VAIN TO GST A CURE-  ALL MEDICINES FAILED  He    Understood  A Scottish duchess, and In order at  a supper party a certain young dandy  was sitting next to gain her good  graces affected a knowledge of the  oOOttjSii. tongue, declaring there was  not a Scottish phrase he did not understand .  Rax me a spraw o' that bubbly-  jock,  replied  the .  duchess,    scarcely  If your Clothier does not sell  mmws ������rm  iiuiunuiiu w  wwrfcji������!vi������   BRAND GLBTHri'"  see the other fellow  I TBI? *4! i-FRTA' BflTrl i  *|    SJtajU       llUl/UltJUCl        OH V > 4AAJW  I    715 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  s  A -Sew dc-ors south sf G.P.R. Qe*poi  Rates $'..50 to $2.00 *���������}������** day  H*t and cold water In every room  Hotel   practically   Fireproof  All  Outside  Booms  ence In the year 1792. Th&re was  a slight titter. "Says the Dean of St  Patrick's," added the preacher with  a smile. Another Sunday he spoke  of the "ben?5cent rule of our sovereign. George IV." but with a slight  cough he corrected this saying: "Victoria,   by  the  grace  of God!"  A young minister, on his way to  a camp meeting, stopped and bought  a couple of meat-pies, which he put  in his frock coat. A hungry dog, attracted by thfc. scent, followed, making snaps at his tails. Arriving at  j/trto' Drat.hc*ri"tior he asce**,d-S'^ the wa^on  and began 'ms discourse. A worthy  elder tugged his coat-tail at the end.  of half an hour; then he tugged again.  jus������ to remind him that he was exceeding his t!me.  A few more seconds, and the of-  [ Scia! palled the preacher's coat-tail  once more. This time he received a  back kick from the young minister.  Without looking round, the minister  began an explanation. The fact is.  he said. I have two pork pies in my  pocket, and that beast has been trying  to get them for the last hour.  A dear old country parson was taking a holiday with a rich old rector.  On,*? Sunday morning his host said:  Kov.- fortunate you are here! There's  a message frosp the next parish. The  vicar is ill.      Will you take his place?  I don't mir.d taking the service, but  I have no tiermon with me. he said  from Smith's Falls and the rate for  less thau car-load lots is 15 and 19  cents per 100pounds respectively. We  need not irjubie ourselves about the  coffee.  Bacon  retails  in   Ottawa  just  now  for 25 and butter for 30    cents    per  1 THE JOHN INGLIS CO., Limited  I Engineers and Boilermakers  jf  Boilers    of    all      kinds���������Engines.  ji]    Pumps, and Heavy Plata Work  ���������j Write us for Prices  J  14 Stracnan Ave., Toronto, Canada  . illl.1.   9      ll.l      l-.^AAl.  was the reply. Help  AnA.     ..- >���������        At- ~...*n~n       Ikn     mt. IX  \...  . V/llVtT      lAAUlt*. llICTl V-Al'l *7, till:        AIA.A  rate is a wholly insignificant factor  in tlie composition of the price, and  consequently iu the Westerner's hotel  bill.  Here, however, we see the beneficent working of the principle of  charging what the traffic will bear,  which he savs is an outrageous principle because it means that the railways mulct the settler for all he can  pay and live. ln reality it means  quite the opposite. The bacon, butter and eggs pay a higher rate by a  good deal in proportion to length of  haul thau the Sour, in order that.the  flour may be shipped from Manitoba  to distant markets and leave- the miller and the farmer a tolerably    good  tne  i rouble Disappeared    When  Liver and Bowels Were Set  Right by  DR. CHASE'S  "JT ������������������������������������ai*"Ji      m    ������������������(������������������iili B&BN    tt    ft.1*  &ii;rii-i-]j?i_i_ nlLb  You cannot make a greater mistake  A   REMARKABLE     MIGRATION  The migration of the goose from tue  North to the South, aud again back  from the South to the North, is ono-  of the mysteries of nature which has  not yet been explained, but the big  annual 'excursion migration of Western Canadians to Great Britain, Eastern Canada and the United States ia  more easily explained.  Ths migration la iuulieu forward it>  The -psqui-^lte looked appalled, and   bY an tne bi������ railroads interested in  then slunk -uway in confusion, while  the commission was executed by a  cavalier hailing from north of the  Tweed. The duchess wanted a turkey wing. ���������-...'  pound, and etras for 30 cents per doz-   than to think that indigestion is con  Quod to the stomach. It is a disease  of the liver and bowels, and it la only  by getting these organs healthy and  active that you can ever hope to cure  chronic ludigestion.  Aiore are two cases reported by Mr.  Skinner which will tell of continued  failure to cure indigestion by dosing-  the stomach. Both were cured thoroughly by using Dr. Chase's Kidney-  L/iver Pills.  Mr. A. C. Skinner. Atlantic St.,  Hardwoodhill, Sydney. C.B., writes:  ���������"My wife was troubled with indigestion and tried all sorts- of medicines in vain. Hearing about Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills. I got het  to try them, Jisd to our great delight  she was cured. We would not think  profit.      But for this system the Can-! of being without them  in the house  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Dear Sirs,���������I can recommend your  MINARD'S LINIMENT for Rheumatism and Sprains, as I have used it  ,4������ll������  ,V...  Yours truly,  T? B.  LA VERS.  St   John.  adian West would still be to a great  extent   a  desert   place.  Dragged Down by Asthma.���������The  man or woman who is continually subject to asthma is unfitted for his or  her life's work. Strength departs  and  energy is taken away until life  .^itsjptf *n r.m.c   0*   .j.;-- -.���������,:���������*.    h-> j becomes  a dreary   existence.       And  did':"'Later he found himself preaoh-j yet���������tM������5 ������* >������edless. A Dr. J. D.  ing a sermon'on the "Value of Time." Kelloggs Asthma Remedy bas brought  .r' _ .,     a zreat chanEo to nn armv of suffer-  He was a nervous man.      Presently   ~ "���������"���������Tr::,7Iw^ lZ~-���������-*JSLZ; .L  Are the bes* ever made" and are guaranteed to givo you satisfaction. At  ������U dealerj:, or send us 25 cunt* -tab  iiBK sty ' anil nis-** required.  The Arlington Co., of Canada,  Ltdt,  fi6 Fraeer Ave., Toronto, Ont.  BEST AMD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  to his cons-ernation, he discovered  that he wa-3 offering to give a clock  to this particular church.  The preacher perspired, lost his  head, and went on committing himself  wholly to a somewhat generous responsibility. He comforted himself  with the idea of explaining matters  afterwards, but when he entered the  v/aat-T-v *-*"*._ churchwarden seized his  hand. Fortunate thing our vicar is  taken ill. We have wanted a clock  in this village for years.  Meanwhile the news had spread far  aud wide, and a grateful people cheered him as ho drove away. He gave  the clock. There was no other solution to the problem.  ers. It relieves the restricted air  tubes and guards against future trouble.      Try it.  for use when ths liver and bowels be  came sluggish.  "I told a friend about them and  gave' him a box. He had suffered  from indigestion Jfor years and tried  most everything be could get. Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills were also  successful in his case, aud he says  they beat any medicine he ever came  scross."  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a dese, 25c. a box, at all dealers  or Edmanson, Bates & Co., Limited,  Toronto.  the traffic. It was started 25 years  ago and has been growing in volume  yearly since.,  Hosts of passenger traffic solicitors from the railroads in the United  States and Canada invade Western  Canada at this time of year to point  out the undoubted advantages of their  lines with sure and certain conviction  that their revenues will be boOBted.  This year the Canadian Northern.  Railway is helping the migration by  strong arguments put up in dainty  booklets, distributed by their agents.  These booklets contain full information regarding the very low fares to  Kastern Canada and England, when  and where tickets may be purchased,  details of time tables and choice of  luuies.  How it Feels    to Fly  Dr.   von  Schrotter, a doctor    practising In  Vienna,  describes the    curious sensatljnt?  encountered by aviators when in the air.  He says t'-������at apart from the strain  on the  nervous and physical organs.         . the sudden change of the pressure of  Mm.Winslow'h Soothinc. svRtti* lios i><*<*n   .,,     ntmomihere   and  eonseuuentlv  of  ������im*iH������-*t over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of      "e   aimospuei c,   dim   couuBquetmy   ui  im.tiiiru������iBiA..   .     /.    .,���������..,������.   its oxygen component, affects the circulation as    the gradual    ascent    in  Visitor���������That's the village doctor,  isn't it?  Native���������Ye..  Visitor���������Is he a good doctor?  Native���������Oh, he's all right if you've  got a  strong constitution.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Garget   in  Cows  MOTH-WHS   for    their   CIUI.UKUrf   W UI.E  tfiOOTIIKS tlie CHILD, SOI'Tlr.N!-> lhe J.UMS.  A-M-AYS'ill 1'AIN : CUltUS WIND.COLIC, aad.  Sth-r L'iM rrmeily for UIARRIIWA. It Is nt>-  nolfitt-ly luii-iiilRKH. He sure and auk tor 'Mrs.  ���������ti/itosicw'!. Stn>tiiinK Sviti|j," ������i.i4 t������������C BO OiliC.  ki_tL   T'wtuty-live ccnu a bottle.  Sappho Up to Date  Kncourageil by success in the small  towns, it budding manager decided to  take   oui   ;i   Snppho   company   for   a  towr of the second class citieH.  To   play  it   rlgltl.   we   will   have  to  cairry our own Htalrway. his stage man-  iiKf'r iold him.  Stairway  nothing, rt'iilierl  the man-  OlKv.v, thi.i ib gnlnj* to be a dt.y show.  ���������"Set an elevator.  Too   Much  Competition  E have decided to nuit Hinoliing said  Mr    TMrrtrins. serlouslv.  I'octo'r'H orders?  No. I'm t.lrod of hearing the v.ar-  ioim nii-inbt'i-H of my family wnin/OIng  over tlio kind oi pletun-:, -uhJ 'mi a-  elites I shall be compelled to collect.  f  mountain climbing does.  The powerful draught causes a keen  sent-i'itlnn of rtold, which Is tho flrst  symptom complained of, and deafness  is very soon experienced. The reduced  supply of oxygen caused by the rapid  movement and the fall of tho atmospheric pressure gives rise to vomiting and visual hallucinations.  A dangerous and frequent symptom  is the dosire for sleep, occurring somo  time durlji:-*; Hying, in spite of tho  aviator's strenuous efforts to keep  awake.  A very unpleasant Hnnsation is that,  of dizziness caused by the altitude of  tho  aeroplane,  the  result  being that  object a on   the  ground  appear  to  ho  dlalortod,   displaced,   or   In   rapid   unwonted movement, and that the aviator is often at a loss as to his actual  posh Ion.       Perhans this condition  is  lvspoiwlble   ror   Inexplicable   falls   of  aeroplanes from a moderate    height.  Soniet.lmoK tlio aviator does not. know  whether he in  In  Hi" horl/ontnl  popl-  ! Mon or not, especially when he Ib aur-  | rr>mii!nd  hv  clouds.  Tho line Mr. Latham told Dr. von  Schrotter that on ono occasion he was  completely bewildered after a few  ! mi nut ok' oNporloucn of this kind, aiul  1 came to the ground without his knowledge. It is believed that- flying may  .A'l'j'ly cniift-' a nervous breakdown.  The Other Half  The oariBh tea was over, and the  curate stool up to say a few words  to the recipients before they dispersed. He spoke in eloquent terms  of the Impe'cunloslty of curates in general and tliert went on to say, ln apparently touching tones: Why, even  as I stand before you now I have ouly  half a shirt on my back.  A few days later the reverend gentleman reoeived a parcel containing  half-a-dozen new shirts, accompanied  by a card" bearing the name of one of  his fair (though, alas! no longer  young) parishioners. At the earliest  opportunity he called upon the lady,  and thanked her for the gift, and then  proceeded to ask what had prompted  ihe kind action.  Why? she replied, you told us tho  other night that you had only half a  shirt to your back.  True, ho answered, but the other  half was ln front.  Ostrich Plums in Jars  There is no place like a pawnshop  for picking up useful hints, said the  improvident man. Every time my  circumstances compel me to patronize one 1 glean some item of general  information that almost reconciles me  to the necessity or being there. . On  jny last visit I saw a man redeeming  ostrich feathers. Our uncle brought  them out tightly sealed in a glass  jar.  What did you can them for? the  man asked.  Sc they wouldn't spoil, said the  pawnbroker. A glass jar Is the  safest thing on earth to keep feathers  in. Moths and dust cannot get at  them. Besides, you can ��������� keep an  eye on them easily, and any trouble  that might have been breeding when  the feathers were brought in can be  discovered and nipped In the bud.  That, hint I consider worth going  to a pawnshop for. The way things  look now nooody belonging to me will  ever have any ostrich plumes to take  care of, but If we ever have any I  shall know what to do with them.  It all  Depended  Fair Elizabeth  tripp-d  blithely into the country post office.  V_rt������       f      vsTrt ������������������*-     ���������*���������-���������*      'ir**^'*"'-        cjV****     tm o*v*n**i Am  ed, with a tell tale blush, as she  handed the clerk a pink communication addressed to her lover, how long  it will be before I get an answer to  this letter?  That depends, he answered. If h_*s  In jail they will let him write once a  week, or maybe once a month only.  If he's dead broke he'll have to wait  till he can earn the price of a stamp,  and 1 bays no data upon which to base  ^���������.     ������-*J-f-������i^������*l   <-**P    V-.**-"     f.nrf.lt.cr    ATionon.rfioa-.  fciii,     %J ^JlllX l\J ILX     '*-J'4i.      t-Ak*      V?i4,4V *_.i.Ut3      y V-i/w w������ t������������ v*������ *  If he's ill In bed he may not care to  dictate his heart's sentiments to a cold  disinteresteu third party; and if it's  smallpox they won't let him.write at  all; ditto if he's dead.. Then again,  if he's got a new girl���������     Y  At which moment he realized that  the fair Elizabeth had flown.  Superstitious people in France are  worried by the new method of counting the hours.      Trains which start*  ��������� A     -4      ������.     k. /..*....    X\.tmXr.f\v,     f^*m\f^m1r \     .������*..������  CAl      -*      _    ������ AAA .        VA*k>..       IUU  I^Ut.      \f, V'^V" /  ,   ������** V  much less crowded than others, especially on Fridays. It is curious  how the superstition of thirteen  persists. Massenet never dated his  letters on the fatal day. Even his  manuscripts he numbered thus: 12, 12  bis, 14. By a ' strange coincidence  or fatality the great composer died on  the thirteenth of the month in a year  whose figures added up amount to  thirteen.  GUARD BABY FROM COLDS  The moth&r can guard her little  ones from colds during the Samp, cold  fail days by the use of Baby's Gwa  Tablets. The Tablets act as a gentle laxative, keeping the bowels working freely and th- Btomaeb sweet���������  that is the secret of preventing colds.  The Tablets will not only prevent cr  banish colds, but will cure constipation, indigestion, expel worms and  make teething easy. They are sold  tinder the.guarantee of a government  analyst to contain no harmful drugs  and may safely be given to the newborn babe. Sold by medicine dealers  or by mail at 25 cents a bos from The  ville, Ont.  A-fJ-'OVtAi^AJJ-.V'' *mmr*S .  HMAC4-  fc**/V'*������*  An Oklahoma resident has petitioned the authorities to have all the  street lamps turned out by midnight,  alleging that his fowls feast all night  on the grasshoppers attracted by the  electric lights. The hens are drowsy next dav and-do not lay.  Mjtiard'_  Liniment  Cures  Colds,  Ac.  ���������^pft^S"^'  \Vb  - f Vx'-yti--jr."**'   ��������� -*>-?_f  I'.'V *!', ���������**������������������-"               "jMMgtt^  ?_* m  ***** T-^BEBr  "   xx**---   mmmavmmi..'mm$  -T*-r<i***urr_  i   ! The ntai.lHt.lcs of French iUHuraneo  1 ee.iiii.itnii.H p'o.-e buyoiid (|ueutlon that  I wntiHu  live longer than men;  nor Ih  iii, feminine udvuiitii������*,c in longevity a  J uiai!it of a few mont'iu, or even yearn  , Th.- ijlff ere rice Is ono of almont a  j thu.I. Thus tho average age of  |ili",iiii   for   women   aunultanta  ou   lhe  iHinU,. of on-? company In nevoniy, nnd  1 tn   men u bare fifty.      Another com.  1 tuinv inn, hoV'-nil eeiUeimrlanu, all wo-  ��������� ..   ....   i,   ..i...        ......     ......  ',..       '., .-,,. ������*������.        ,,���������,,/..,., .    .....        ''.J... |l|AII ,V  Un tt'tw thlniclni: of revlnliig tlie turlllH  ���������till niakliif'. '������'������" law for Um man nml  ixno'lier for Um woman.  An extraordinary scene was witnessed at Calcutta recently when a small  trolly, Hlii'lded    with    rows    ot    iron  spikes, on which a Hindu was lying at  full longtli, wau being pulled through  the street1*.      A largo crowd was following.     Inquiries elicited the information Unit the man was doing penance, and was on IiIb way to tbo temple of tho goddeao Kail at Kulighat,  The Hindu hud boon several days on  tlio journey, und was ln a terrible condition.     The iipllcos, which numbered  about 150, wore quite sharp, and the  man woro only a loin cloth. Ho umol  havo boon suffering acute, pain from  Uit- fact that; hlu body was bruised and  lacorated nil ovor ub a rosult. of lying  on the sharp nulls.      Neither tho po-  llcii nor any patiser by made any attempt   to  atop   tho  HolMnipoBod   torture .  Very many persons die annually  from ebolera and kindred summer  complaints, who might have been  saved If proper remedies had been  used. If attacked do not delay In  getting a bottle of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Dysentery Cordial, the medicine that  never falls to effoct a cure. Those  who have used it say it acts promptly  and thoroughly subdues the pain and  disease.  Sims���������While in Paris I paid $3.75 in  tips alone. '  Waiter assisting hiim on with his  coat)���������You must have lived there a  good many years, sir.  A  Helpina  Hand        ���������  Mistress (hurrying frauctlcally)���������-  Mary, what time is it now?  Maid���������Half  past two.  Mistress���������Oh, I thought it was later.  I still have twenty minutes to catch  the steamer.  Maid���������Yes, mum, I knew ye'd be  rushed, so I set the clock back thirty  minutes to give ye more time.  At a recent birthday party a young  lady began a Bong:  The autumn days have come; ten  thousand leaves are falling.  She began too high. Ten thous���������ehe  screamed, and then stopped.  Start her at five thousand, cried an  auctioneer  who waB present.  fcOc.  * box  *������r ���������ix J>oxe*������ tor  m'^-itO, j j      ������������������-ylnr* ti cane over tin* telephony In  A.        *AA     U������.      Ul-������A|A..%.(  G      ..fmm      f'tifymnn -IPlU  I    -an.'jr-j'a.  Limited.      Toronlo,  W.   N.   U.   022  tllll      lltllfl      II,lil.llllll     IHI'I|I|"   '4      -'J       '���������      .������������.l.  t-    ���������������     ... ������������������. ������,,.>���������   (ii   ,ii-4t|a.i'   Im   Hni'ft   limn  Mr.   llelleiiMloln.  ii  coroner,  look   the  i.v'ilttiioe of wllnoHtiin*. Union.-il In my,*  iiniRiil.i* and j'nve bin dorlnlmi without  liiiivlfiv;  ������Uh Hiiuiy chair.  Fully Explained  IaOoU heii), t$ioruiod Iho ciiatonu:-r,  pointing t'> the t;nroon, what In t.ho  moaning of that dead ily In tho soup?  1 rogrol. air, tuiid the waiter, politely, I cannot .supply you with tho de-  Hired Information. I am only supposed to servo tho iioup, not explain  the Ingredluntti.  Mm a dead lly. man, persisted lhe  cimloiuer, a dead lly I How did it  happen V  I ....t ,i.;.y.'. u. :,;:/, ::!r. I::;-)):-* >'���������������������������  wiilier, I ha e no Idea tiow tho poor  e.if.iUnn iiiei i .. fate. I'os^lbl.v lt  hud not taKtii any food for u loin:  limn, and linneilng near tho iioup,  found Ilm II a vour particularly pleasing  ���������                     ,1 .                 .                         I                .   ������ It .. f, f. r. I  ....  r.l   ... .1  ....l>,       .    ..  'I ��������� ... ���������������������������  j   ,  kind red ulllin-iil.  Australian Government's Gift of 1,000  Acres  Speaking at. a mooting of tho Child  Emigration ooclety at Bolgravo aquaro,  London, undor tho prosldency of Lord  Grovl'lo, ,T. TI. .Tefferson, of tho executive committee, said that tlio Australian Govornment wan ao pleased with  tho  sooloty'a  seliomo  that  thoy  had  given them 1,000 acres of land outright, and 160 ucroa had already boon  taken up ln Perth.      BuHdlngti wore  lu-liu;, erected, and they hoped to mind  out tho ilrst party of children In September.      They    Intended    that   each  child should become a sharor In tho  profits of tlio farm.      Ho would not  be paid much por week, but tho balance of tho amount ho oarnod would  ho banked, so that when the child loft  them he would hnvo somothlng to commence llfo on.      Thoy intended, too,  to hri'it; up Uu> chlldn-u a a a family,  and any taint of institutlonallsm would  he eliminated.  The society wanted to draw upon  tlio 115,000 chUdron whom lt hod boon  slated wore undor tho earo of tho  poor law. They wanted to emigrate  thorn���������hnth glrlR and hoys���������to Australia, whoro thoy would bo brought up  on tlio land, which would In futuro ho  their home, and ho thoroughly trained  I,, ,,.'��������� ,-i...j.;.i-IracTttrt <\f Tr-rtf*I���������*.*>��������� Thev  wanted to got hold of tho children  wlill- they were betweon the nf*en of  eight null leu yuma, and kuup Lliuiu  until tbey were 1������, no that thoro  should  bo :ii'   danger of   thoir bolng  .   .,KII���������.I   -, ������   4."tl1ll1   till, Al'|,r,l A l^,T1 o-olllll  ihe lechnlical inatructlon would go  elementary ouucauon, wiilen tlie auh-  irt'llan (Jovornment had promised to  =e������  i iiii.-iuIIi-I I Is or   .nun  which, In ihe uhiicnoc, ot an opportnn  Hy   for the   appllttatUm  of  th*   V-rny,  ami   tlio   iimullaitt   nporatlon,   caused i givo,  and  Indoud,  to urecl schools It  U.t uiillliu'l>   tiitii. i ikuCcbdiiiy .  I  What the Old Pilot Says:  "To steer a _mp saieiy to  port is ao easy job. Or* or off duty,  there is great comfort in Empire Navy  Jflue cnie,vVM������K Tobwxo."  i  Hgi_!j^JjilJBii_^^ '���������'��������������� ���������?������'*���������������  ���������i-  liiliiH IMiiWllilMWlWwiiWiilira  -mm&Mmtmtm-wim&si  M-_-__-em_3--_nBi  mimmmjitmt*mwmmmmimmW''mmrmm  ii_iiiiitiiwiTiiim>ii>iii  niniiiiiMi���������i_ iiii mB5  Sj-^MffihTW*-**!*--^  Bs'-  THE*  GRESTON    BEVIEW,    CBESTON,    B. C.  /  -V' f  i ������������ /y  - -f j j*-- ���������  .*"  .44'  sara V? a_    & Xl_ ������ ������������ -   ������*<    ������t.V-Z&r  GREAT SUCCESS   FOR   H.B.  IS PREDICTED  LINE  Retired H.B. Factor Gives his Opinion of the Possibilities of the Road,  and naiiway Contractors say R *.ad  Will be Easier to Build Than C.  P.R.      '  Ls Pas, Man.���������G. Hal crow, retired  factor of the Hudson's Bay Co.8 who  has resided for 43 years in this district, has lived for eight years at Hudson Bay and travelled througn the  straits several times, at the settlers'  banquet, ridiculed the statement made  by eastern papers and other interests  that navigation there is impossible fo*,  the greater part of the year. In his  opinion, and judging from personal  observations, he believes that navigation can be kept open for "eight  months of the year.  In an interview N. K. Boyd, of Mo-  YOUNGEST LORD    MAYOR  For First Tim������ e*? City's History Jew  Is Chosen as Chief Executive  . London.���������Oae of the youngest in  the long line of English lord mayors  will be Artbv Michael Samuel, who  at the age ot ab has been elected lord  mayor of the city, of Norwich for  next year. Incidentally he will be  the first .Tew who has ever been chief  I magistrate of the city.  Despite the fact that the Samuel  family is one of the oldest families  settled in East Anglie, having first  come over with Robert of Normandy  ������������������is artificers in metal and armor makers, this has not sa\ed them from persecution in past centuries.  Norrlch was the scene of a famous  ritual minder accusation against the  Jews���������a form of persecution which  even now occasionally crops up in  Russia.  The compliment which the city now  pays to Mr. Samuel forms a striking  commtriBon lo the treatment It meted  out "to some of his ancestors.      One  AI ������ WVfri    ������������r*rinn     nil/i/irinf"  TURKISH TRGOPS ARE REPELLED  IN MANY PLACES  INDIANS HOLDING OWN  Arthur & Boyd, who havo    the    con-   Df "them7Aaron Samuel, a worthy citi  tract for the Hudson Bay railway  made the statement that were it not  that the bridge over the Saskatchewan Is not completed they would have  been, in a position to lay steel on the  *,oij*i na.foy oo Oorni&r&nt Lake this  fail? rThey now have150,000 ries.put  and. have arrangements completed for,  600,000 more to be cut this winter,  they have a ten foot sleigb road cut  irom mile 70 to mile 100 and expect  i*en of Norwich, was burned to death  in the hog market of the city during  the persecutions of the middle ages.  When the religious persecutions  died���������: away, the members of the Samuel ianiiiy took aii active purt in - the  administration   of   the   city's   affairs  Victories of the Allied Forces Against  the Turks Still Continue,, Although  In Many Instances Victory has Been  Purch_sed by Hes'-'y S**c-**!flee.  London.���������A considerable number of  Bulgarian troops nave been detached  from the second army corps for tihe  purpose of repelling* any  further attacks  by  the  Turkish   forces  on   the  towns  of  the  Black  Sea  coast,  says  a Sofia dispatch to the Times.  There is reason to believe, the dispatch adds, tiiat an accident whicn occurred recently on the Smyrna Adena  railroad resulting in the, death of 200  Turkish soldiers, was the work of  the iUucedouia emissaries, sent to  Asia Minor to impede the dispatch of  the Asiatic troops to European Turkey , i  The Constantinople correspondent  of tho Times, i eferring to the lighting  in the Adrlanople district, says it appears to be the intention of the Turks  to light in -i position of their own  choosing, on their own soil, With the  mi jHO *> 4"im-������    1.->������������%.-.   Jt-1^....+���������   f "���������-  able them to change a successful de-  Gradually   their   star   rose,   until   an j tensive into an overwhelming offensive  uncle of Mr. Samuel became sheriff of   action.  the eitv.       Now his'���������no.'nhi-w' has seal-1      Belgrade.���������The  capture  of   Novipa-  ,A        X ... J,.. &-     ....       4-AV. ..,_ 4-.^.'.. n   ' .f ���������  it     CAWJUUCU     MJI      V������������l "-UI.IA1U.CI     AIO  far as ThicK-st Portage, ano as mr as  .'?ihe.;Manitou Rapids on the Nelson by  spring?  J. P. Gordon, assistant to Chief  Engineer Armstrong of the Hudson  Bay railway, who was with - Hon.  Frank Cochrane on his trip through  Hudson Bay last summer, made the  -tatemeht that as fa**-ias: ice was con--  cerried there could be no trouble. Th$  ministerial party had found none in  Hudson Straits and on the coast of  Labrador the straits of Belle Isle  ���������were the only places where any had  been ti found.; The   government  steamer Minto is to .stop Cii Port  *Kr_io.-.*. .���������',��������������������������������� 4-v.- ������,*>4-i *\t -woVember.    ,  Mr? Boyd, of Mc^rthur & Jtsoya, contractors for the whole of the Hudson  sk     _ ��������� i,_ ���������' ��������� :.      A.J_    ~.m..f. f.m.X      V..,���������*.������������4t  Day    rttUlVct.v     tins   <H������U   jjidoi;.!.,    u������..uB  Just returned from an , Inspection ; of  the line in company with Assistant  Engineer Gordon. In his opinion the  Hudson Bay road will be much easier  to build than was the C.P.R,; and.no  doubt should be as great a success as  : ai. _ -rx'._ ������������������_ .  -. vaac-^j..x .aa...  G. It, Bancroft, who has mining in-  &������������������.������*.-     ������rh^*v������      r\f  T .a     -Pss    aftld-  **&  IV! HD.U m.^. *��������� *..     ��������������������������� ���������   ��������� ���������.      ��������� ^-  believes that the possibilities in mineral* in New Manitoba were great.  Norway Has Rumor, of Anglo-German  . -' Crisis.  . Chicago.���������A cablegram from Bergen,  Norway, to a Chicago newspaper, under date of Oct. 22, says:  Confidential ������Wforination has been  ' received by leading ship brokers here  from influential firms in England, that  a ciaili between: Germany and .Birigand  ls Imminent. The Norwegians are  urged to charter steamers with coal  and grain for use in the coming winter. Coal is indispensable and as for  grain if importation were stopped for  eight weeks, famine would result.  it ia deolared by these alarms that  a naval conflict between Germany and  England may occur, off Norway, and in  that case the'belligerents would be  ���������tempted to ?selze a port, say Chrifit-  Ylft-la or Bergen, and use it as a base  of operations, arid for repairing and  refitting. It is necessary, according  to this view of the possibilities that  Norway be supplied with special  stores of coal and food and otherwise  ���������prepared to enforce its neutrality.  WOMEN  JOCKEYS  JN   RACE  ed the triumph of popularity over persecutions _y becoming Its first citizen..- ' "Y .-���������:��������� ���������'.'-.:������������������  ; Mr 'ti-. Samuel hascontested the Stret-  ford division of Lancashire three  times in the Unionist cause, and is  a keen, tariff reformer. He is also  ah authority onr subjects so diverse as  etchings and foreign bills of exchange.  He is~the author of a fine book on  Plranesi, : the Italian etcher, and he  , is al������*6 a director of the Apolllparis  Company.  Native Populatiota of- Canada Shows  increase far Past Year  Ottawa.���������The total Indian population' of the Dominion on March 31,  1912, was 104,966, according to the an- j mand from western Europe for Amer-  nual report of the superintendent of ioan and Canadian breadstuifs in pre-  Indiau affairs, issued. In addition J Terence to depending on Russia, fins  there are 4,600 Eskimos within    the J the United States and Canada have a  alone passing through Winnipeg now  ar** 1100 to 1200 cars per day, snd rM'������  will be kept up for some time if th*  railways are equal to the task. Sbouid  the war continue, even If it be confined to the Balkan peninsular, it will  ha*.e a tendency to cause a larger de-  -��������� ���������mj.JXm  CHOOSE  MODEL   FARMS  Commission of Conservation Has Selected 28 in the Dominion  Y Ottawa.���������-The -commission of conservation has selected 28 model farms  throughout Canada for purposes of  illustration, and next summer the  commission's agricultural experts w 111  supervise demonstration and lecture  work on.the befet methods for gaining  the greatest possible returns from tlie  soil while at the same time conserving .'ts richness,  : These farms are neither purchased  nor leased; they have simply been  chosen by the commission for illustrative purposes by courtesy bf their own-  -������.*������������������>��������� *_wti������9      *���������������������������������������_      ���������*������.-#*_������-������jrr*l jr-l a-**.*-       r*. e*      ���������P������r**^      ���������?4\������v-i'\*-i-  ���������������-_*���������,   -a^ift-vs    6&i \?    ������*m \f r ������*t*c\a     _%a_     _i v- _f    x_^**j������^4������** .  stration grounds    for    districts    surrounding them,  the owner operating  Tn Manitoba there are three, in Saskatchewan one, in Alberta two, In  Ontario eight, in Quebec four, in New  .Brim Etwick :��������� four ind- in Nova Scotia  arid Prince Edward Itrland three each,  no i.*. ovision having yet been, made in  British Columbia?  In Manitoba the farms; chosen are  these of Jarvis Jickling, -of���������:.Morden;  J. B. Lyon oi Carberry and Charles  Penny of Hamiota;  ������������������'.-���������. In, Saskatchewan the farm, of D.  Lang of Indian Head is the only one  yet chosen? while In Aiberta that of  James A. Sutherland, of vNaniab, and  G. H. Jau rriick of Stavely are the  choice so far.  z V. ti'Q. Munnick? agriculturalist of  the commission, and . John Fixter,  former farm superintendent of Macdonald college, are responsible for  the choice and will superintend the  demonstration work; *���������''  :   McBRIDE ON NAVAL POLICY  zar by Gen. Jankovitch was preceded  hy three days desperate fighting, the  Turks holding strongly fortified posi-  tions? '?-?���������..'  Gen. Zovokitch reports that the Servian losses ir. the capture ?of Pristina  w*re extraordinarily large; ?but that  the Turkish losses Were still greater.  , Some alarm is felt: here: lest the  supply oi* cartridges should run out.  The factory at Makriko. Is working  day and night but can produce only  j a quarter of a million daily���������siuite insufficient for the troops engaged.  London.���������-The news from -the seat  of war tells of the continuous success  of a the allies. The: Servians have  captu-ed Novipazar and are: the yir-  iuw uiuiMei cs m Axuiii���������injv���������. i ut? victories, however, have bee*}, nUrchased  at _heavy sacrifices.  . 'i'he sltuatiou' iu Tufaee is becoming  clearer. A great'battle is bei-ng  fought over a wide semi circle front  before Adrianople, upon which town  the Bulgarians are ;gradually closing  in. Ou tlie east they have occupied  Vasilika and Tlrnovo and are continuing their advance Boubhward.  On ths' west  reached the Arda River,, close to  Adrianople which is being vigorously  bombarded. ? Already the two outer  forts have fallen. Some, positions  to the north of Adrianople'are also  said to have been taken after fighting  of the severest'oharacter.  the; Bulgarians raaVe  confine- of vanatia, making a native  population of 109,556. This is practically the same as for the previous  year, there being an Increase of only  a few hundreds.  The general health of the Indians  for the year is reported as good, being  confined to outbreaks of measles on  several reserve's in Quebec and the  west. Grippe was also somewhat  prevalent among the redmen, but the  number of fatal cases was small. It  ls upted that tuberculosis continues to  prevail and will continue to do so until there is a wider acceptance by the  Indians of the information given them  on the measures necessary for the  prevention of the disease.  It is noted that the efforts of the  department to have the Indians engage in agricultural pursuits is meeting with gratifying success. There  has beena considerable increase in  the amount of land brought under cui-  tivatien as compared with the previous year.'. "' ':'Y.-,  . ;  It will perhaps surprise many peo-  plfV th'-know "that' the earninps of the  Indians of the Dominion aggregate  over $5,000,000. The pursuit "of agriculture leads tiie.list with a total of  $1,484,347 to its credit. Then the  redmen receive $1,616,049 in wages  paid by white employers.  There was a total of 325 .Indian  Bchools in operation during the year,  ah increase of only one, as compared  with the previous year. The Roman Catholics: lead the list with 80 day  38 boarding, and 9 industrial schools,  while the Church of England is a good  second with 77 day, 13 boarding arid  4 industrial schools. ? The total enrollment for the year was 11,303 pupils  5,648 boys, and 5,655 girls, a slight increase as compared with 1911.  THE MAI-Eff RRPrtRT  big lot or wheat to market this crop  year, and a big lot of other kinds of  grain besides, and we must not forge?  that the Argentine and Australia, are  coming on with what may turn oat  to be record crops, although of court-,,  much depends on the weatliwr tiiuy  will experience in the next two or  three* months. The new crop in India is also beginning to make good  progress. In the U.S. the winteT  wheat is practically all seeded and the  early fie-lds are showing green and the  seeding has been done under genei-  ally favorable conditions. The same  applies to Europe, for all over Hie  continent and in the United Kingdom  the weather and soil conditions ha\f  been seasonably favo:able for about  three weeks.  '1 here has been large trading and a  good deal of excitement in our Winnipeg market.  The prospect of a large  ..uu i-.'-���������.;���������-.:. a-.-..'������- rif. -... .ar-. t.^.^. ~~..f.~~i  j jt^itJ.   jaj.    vtt-Dt-ciu   t^aimua   /iA4*u    a^.*���������oc-ia  very free selling for forward delivery,  especially in the October future and  the spells 'of?'bad weather had iriade  great delay in the movement? Shippers and exporters had vessels engaged to load at i*'ort Wiiiiain and Port  Arthur and very 'little wheat in sight  for them, so that our prices had been  kept above Minneapolis and Duluth  prices aU along, and still there was a  great shortage of actual wheat. Just  when the weather over the west had  -"S&S**        ^*5*S*?_"S������' x������������������~    ������=���������) *������*.#���������*��������� **<&  *m_* ^_!i_i!ii,_^ -amuM'  xxxxa     xmji.mm9jn,x  xx  _������SSON    V.���������FOURTH    QU AKTEfl  FOR NOV.S; 1912"  Text  of *he  Lesson, -Mark vlll,  11-26. '  Memory Verses, 14, 15���������Golden Text  Job.-,  v,i|,  -;z  {h.v.)���������Commentary  Prepares1 by  Rev.   D.   M., Stearns.  liaVjJl���������     niralTt     r������^4-.������.n-..^    +"-<=.    rs.rs     f "x     _  ho had^ fed  the 4,000,- the Pharisees ,  and Saduueoes camg to Kim,'jtemntins  Him and askiRe* Him to shov them a  sign from heaven.      He~called*them  a   vvJcked  and  adulterous generation  and said that no sign would*.be given  i_i^ ...v.���������, wut llie sign oi tue prophet  '  Jonas {vetses 11, 12; -Matt 5-vi. 1-41.  inis  was his    second    reference    to -  Jonah.      On the farmer ocejision Ho ���������*  spoke of his experience in the belly  cf the fish aud said that so He would!  he three dayo and three nights in the -.  heart of the earth  (Matt, xii, 12-40).  ine   Pharisees   believed    in    angels,  spirits and the resurrection, but were  hen   ngnteous   formalists,   hypocrites,  covetous  and  did  their  woiks  to  be  seen of men.  Tbe  Sadducees  did  not  beiipyj-. j_  tne resurrection  (Mark xii, 18).  Hia   "  spirit   was  grieved  because of them. ':  so He left them and again wentacrosa '  the sea with His disciples, hiving only  the  "'������    "uav    WJL1I    tlieiQ,   XOr  disciDle*} forirot tn tov������ Kr  e charged  them to take heed and1  oeware of the 'sa*-"* **e +s~x>*^���������i ���������  ��������� j ��������� B .������N������ ���������"������>   ���������    ���������mm^m.       mj ^        m    ^_   ^_ ^   fc      ������**4M*   Jt_������_^ _Cf^  and of the Sadducees andjof Herod.  They  thought  that he-was refer**. *-������������>���������  to their forgetfulness in the, matter of  nfi wbsl naa   bread-  What a suggestive lesson for'  ������_g  iu<vti������ isifmij   ..aa Vfe a ������!d������, caaaaa  icvcijiip     nr   ������h���������    ������������������..'       __. \ . :  ->---__t>.AUUl At  lUiB vta-sv a  Weekly Grain Listter fiupplled by  Thompson; Soric-. Co-. Grain Merchants, Winnipeg.  Six Competo and .Two Lead From  Start to Finish  Paris;���������The most attractive event  In a race meeting at Clalrreuille, in  the department of Orne, was a flat  race for women jockeys on hunters  -over a distance of nine furlongs. This  event, the first of its kind in Prance,  brought out a field of six of the best  known women In the district, and  there was a large attendance to '��������� settle race.  Those who entered wero tho com-  t<a>se D'ldevllle, Baronne . La Cax^.  iVimo. Felix Petit, Mine. Garln, Mtu'������.  Zcu,tiTiis de- la Paliiiti, and Mine. Bjii-  nefonds.  Mme. de la Palme, on her thoroughbred Boulanfjere, led from the -start  and keeping close to the rails, made  the pace nil the way. Starting home  Ahe was challengoil by Mme. Bonne-  fonds, and a spirited finish was tho  result. The starter .-'-gallantly dis-  penned with the formality of weigh-  Ing in.  Preventino Mine; Dlctastere  Berlin.���������The Gorman Emperor Is  Clving his closest personal attention  to tho prevention of mine dlsanterH  and liopeB by moans of ehomlstry to  And a practtcublo flafo-by dovloo, In  a. speech ho delivered at the dedication of tho oh em leal Institute of the  Emperor Wlllani Scientific foundation,  ho explained that hlra Idea contemplated a harni1**ns ehernleal compound  a ohango In whioh would warn minors plainly of tho dangor of fire damp.  Tho oraporor waa ������Md to havo ij.p-  idiwl to tlio teolinloal schoolB of Oor-  many for MiutKOHtionH in thin direction  urter the rntno dlsiiHtor nt. Boehnn,  on AuRtuit 8, whon 108 mon woro  killed. Ho ban now repeated hlu ro:  nuost to tho   lending   Oorman   scUni-  tlflt-.  mtmm^ttmm*0atmmt*^^**^^'**tmmm*m  Duke's Torm to fas Extended  Ltondon.-vrAoitiordlnw' to tlio teniis  or his appointtncint, tho Dulco of Connaught should completo bin form at  office an aovornor-Ooncral of Cp'.iadu  inixt year.  It In wllglitly probablo,-howover, t.hut  unlent" something unfonwon taken  v place, tho appoltttmont will bo extend-  ���������i������d for auoWTr two years or so. Should  thi* bo tlio cane, tho duko will not  leftvo tho Dominion until ho conclude** his fl������rvlc-?i there, but the  Buch ens of Commujjht and PrlnoeiiH  ratrlela are oxooot^il to bo In England noxt yoar for a fow weeks.  l-IH) UUKU 111 tUlJtlUUt* UUUt tlio l-TIUCU  ... #      **r.l...       mm.*       tn^l.. ~.��������� 111,,...        ..V.....1,  vl#R CsHad*i while b������ It* In dfllco. and  Ik* mattftf In fmnslvlwf tho coUHl*,*r-  atlon of the ICIn*.  Canada "Should Take Action^ In Like  Manner to Australia and New  Zealand ���������-, '  Victoria.���������In an address given In his  honor at Field, Premier McBride made  a strong pronouncement on the naval  question. The portals of the empire  on the Pacific coast, he said, are easily  accessible *>., a third power and -, we  are doing, little or nothing to insure  the necessary protection for these  shores In th'? case of European complications. 1 am strong in the advocacy of Immediate and tangible action  on behalf of Canndi?. to contribute  ships or money to the mother country  in like manner to Australia and New  Zealand. ' This is a matter of a na-  tlonnl character and should be settled  by Canadians as a unit so that, in addition to providing adequate naval defence, we in Uio Dominion should bo  placed In a position to render aid lil  ease of the emergency to the mother  country nnd thus help to carry the  Union. Jack to victory.  Death   Penalty  for  General   Diaz  Mexico City .���������Gen. Diaz, Col. Or-  doiaz and all the officers- of the rebellions : troops and marines will be  haled before a court martial arid win  doubtless suffer the death penalty.  Orders have been is-sued for the-'-convening of the court which ; will ..be  presided over by Geri.  Beltrari?  Gen.  Diaz,    although    not   now;   a  ::riie_iber'.?-'0^''?'to'-;.ar'iby,'''-'iB amenable to  such court under the law. which provides  for   such  trial  of any  civilian  under like conditions;  The soldiers of the rebellious troops  will be decimated���������-one in ten being  executed, they beiDtar c'tosen by lot  to pay the penalty for all.  The collapse ot the Diaz movement  one week after Its inception with a  minimum of fighting and bloodshed,  has created the greatest surprise here.  In administration circles where optimism has been the keynote since ,the  beginning, tlie outcome is regarded  as the highest possible Vindication of  the confidence always expressed in  the loyalty of the army.   ;  Withdrawn From Homeatond Entry  Edhionlon. Oct. 23.���������Tho commissioner of tho department of tho Interior  at Ottawa has telegrnphed A. Nor*  quay, Dominion land agent hero to  withdraw the advertisement announcing that, rownshlp 81������, range l), west  of the fourth meridian, hv to bo thrown  open for homestead entries on November 0,  Tho commissioner instructs the land  agent not to open tho Fort MoMurray  townnhlp for entry that day", it appears that tho department, butt, uot  boen ndvlwed by the "surveyor concern-  Ing the squatters who have claims  upon fluartor oootlons In the townnhlp. Tho affidavits or all thnne  squattora aro not yt't In tho hands of  tho dppnrtirient, Until they aro,  homostead entries cannot be tiled with  eortalnty.  Thin In one of I1i#������ two 1i"orl- Mi*������-  Murvay towiiMhipu for which tho big  ruah Is expected on November 9.  Ottawa.���������Tho Railway Commlaaion  has decided lo make a wostern trip  In November, tin hoo������ as tho freight  rate and toloKraph toll onqulrloH uro  over. It will probably bo tho end  of the month before they oan got  away.  They may take evidence. In the  nt'iiiiii itum* in tno w������"������t������in puuuu.  ASLEEP IN FACE OF DEATH  Motorboat Chase to Save Fisherman  From Breakers  Belfast,���������liYmnd fast asleep in a  small sailing boat, a' lobster fisherman,  named Breer., has Just been' rescued  when within fifty yards of almost certain death.  It la to the prompt' action o.f James  Nelson, a ferryman, that Breen owes  his roRcno. Nf������lson saw the flailing  boat drifting helplessly toward Striiug-  ford bur at. the entrance to Strang-  ford lough, County Down, where the  tide ebba at a speed of twenty miles  an liour.  Seeing the heavy breakers big  enough to c,wamp a large schooner,  Neluon'promptly went in pursuit in a  motorboat, and reached the sailing  boat when lt was, within' fifty yards  of the breakers. 'Breen was foiind  flint asleep In his bout, and wao Ftafe-  ly towed to Portal'orr.v.  Earthquake in Quebeo  QuohrM**.*���������-News  has  boon   received  hero that a mevero earthquake shock  was Ml. between Tlrnmlmln and Pont-  ecout, on the mum *-i>oro ot tho river  r-i        , ,   ... ������������...    *,.. i.ltt.  k^ A .       I^^.,il..|.'0, AAA.      A.������l,A...'. A   .4      M.������  V      At,"  portad. but Hovoral hounes wore badly  **hakon, and all ***._ r*������������ldent8 botween  both plaoos r-Cttlv-vd quite a scaro.  Uniform Naturalisation Law  Ijondon.-'-The question of tho ano-  niulloa of tho naturalizaiIon laws- was  rnlKod in the Uouso of Comnionfl  when Sir E. Oroy declared that per-  doiirt nuturallzcid in Canada -did hot  thiiH booomift British subjects lu tho  strict souse nf the form, Thoy aro  only ititttiriill/.i'ii as within the limits  of tho Dominion. HeDlylur? to a  furthor quiv'tion, Sir Edward drey said  those Inequalities had boon rocogniz-'  ed and a moanuro will bo introcluced  durtti(5 tlio present kioimlon which will  floalt to uniform tho law for Iho whole  Empire.  Kaid Bolton Resigns  Oiluwa.--K.nld Bolton, "fumonw for  his war oxplollii In Moroeoo and for  tho past year attachod to the porman-  ont militia force In Canada, haa ro-  H.i������nod hl������ position with a vl������w to  taking up u buslm-HB appnlntrn'mt ln  tho United Staton. Lieut. Bolton  wiih apiiolnted by Iho mlnlator of militia and dofetiHO last year to help In  tho organization of tho cadot fdroo in  which he took a grfiut Interoat,.  Sample Market Authorized  Ottawa.���������An ordor in couneil wan  piinfied by tho Council today, authorizing tho oBf.abll������hnionl, ot a numple  grain  market at Wlnnlpog and Fort  Winnipeg,   Oot.    15.���������During   the  weeis: under review tie grain markets  have had thsjexuerl-S'Tiee of 8- s-*'*_Lu.in'>  European war scare which? however,  at date of "writing, has quieted db^n  again.       Any  war  scare Is  a fickle  and uncertain thing in its infiuenee on  the grain markets, but in the ;present  instance conditions' were  such ?as to  occasion   an. liriusually   good? 'ojppor-  tunlty for its being effective in'caus?  ing pi-ioea to advance.     Owing to the  large  crops this year in  the United  States, Canada and ?Russia, it: was evi-  '<*~:z',. .^at.: whe-it-and^aii other grain  would be plentifuj, and sentiment in  t.i. i,i5ciiulii-u ye-: markets was all rangr  ed on the bear side, with the result  tbat'.a igreat .deal of wheat -had 'been  sold; for future deliver}' at gradually  lower? prices.       .When,   therefore,: it  was announced that the disturbed political   situation  in  the   Balkan  peninsula had come to .a crisis by Monr  tenegro  declaring  war against Turkey, the short sellers in all the speculative markets In Europe andAmerica  quickly sdvaucsd  Prices in ''*h*>!'* "efforts to buy in wheat to cover their  contracts, and of course, other operators not on the short side considered  it a good opportunity to buy for In-  vestment, and so everyone wanting to  buy and no one wanting to sell, unless  at higher prices, the advance started  and continued.      The first spurt on  the war reports came on the 9th inat..  although for a  few days before that  the markets had been stiffening in anticipation, of   something   happening.  The top of the late advance, however,  did   hot  come  until  tho  14th  inst..  and It was brought about by the report that Turkey arid Italy ������ould not  agree on terms of peace to end the  war' that 'liad been going on between  these countries during the past twelve  months.     Turkey and Italy had been  bargaining about peace terms for some  rime and unless Turkey could get seo  tied with Italy she was going to be  terribly hnndlcnpped in her new war  with  the Balkan States.       But.  even  after Montenegro had   declared " war  against Turkey the latter 'held  back  from making terms with Italy, .and,  of course it  would  hayo created  au  ominous'state of affairs iif Turkey were  going to have Italy to copo with along  with the Balkan States at the same  time.      Turkey was, no .doubt forced  to make terms with Italy,  but,.tills  wan not done until yesterday, and on  Mondi'.y tho eltuation seemed so ser-  Ioub  that all   liluropoun  markets  became vory much excited.      Tihe stock  Exchanges came near having a panic,  and all' kinds of securities eufforod a  big decline In price while grain maric-  etu all made big advances amid much  excitement.     Wheat ou the Liverpool  market was 2c. to 3V"**o. higher, und  on  Um P'irls markot 3%������,   to 4-lic.  higher for the ono day.   ! Yeatorday,  when it waa   dcllnlLcly   Isjiiov.n   tJiaL  Turkey and Italy had nlgnod an agreement of pence, the war aoaro was all  off for -tft-6 tlmo bolng, ao faraa tho  markets wero ��������� concerned, Stocks and  shnrea  advanced  nnd  grain   declined  and this continued today?      Oa Uio  wook  thoro  have been  advancos  of  JMic to 2o. at tho top point, followed  by decllnea of 2,ic to 3c, ao that at  r������"lrinri     nt     ninrlrv.tn   tndny   nHr<-������it   nro  around le. lower than a iweok ago.  This refers to miirkotH on this side of  tho Atlantic, tho decline In tyuropoah  murlU'tH Ih not ������o much, Outaldu of  tho war liutlUoiiccB nearly tho wholo  grain ttltnatioii iu* lt stunda al, pro-  Hent. naturally Implies lowor prices,  and lut.it It uot been for the war do-  vclopnuMiti, prlo.cu would undoubtedly  Hiavo gouo lower than thoy woro at  ��������� bo berinnliin ������if October. Tl������n won.  t\\i>r in both Ifluropo and Anmrlcu hat*  htM'ii much Improved In tho lusl two  weeku, arid nil klndn of farm work hnn  boon making good progross. In our  own comiuy and to tlvo "joulli of us  thretihluir and hauling of grain Is at  had begun to increase in earnest,; the  war scarecame along and shorts bolted to Ct-*1 er and prices: shot upward.  The excitement, culminated on Monday, but w*ith the subsidence of the  war scare and the advent of big receipts, prices have dropped 3c. to 3%c  in:t*wo: days. If the weather continues favorable for large movement it  will :be diSHcuit to keep our prices up  to present'-iev_i? war or no war. Of  course if jwar scares are? wanting,  priceis are iliractically bound? to go lower, as an immense quantity of wheat  will be marketed in the next two  months and as it Is impossible to pass  it all on to the consumers as. it coiries  along, somebody will have tb put up  money to carxj it, and the cost of carrying it comes off the   value   of   the  >  _A_-.i m-.^��������� ���������>���������_. -4>4������.*-.'U.     '      ���������Vt.tA-lAI'l r**.A'1       1  WxltsaX. luuaj  a   .Cctoi_     px ivco - ai o ���������-  x  Nor., 90%c; 2 Nor., 87%c, 3 Nor.,  863_c: No.. 4 Wheat. 83c: No. .5.' 73c:  No" 6, 63c; Feed, 58c Tough -wfteat  arid wheat rejected for smut or on account of having too much mixture of  seed or other grain is worth 4%c. to  5e .under the straight grades. Alberta  Red Winter No, 1, 90%c; A.R. No. 2,  87%c; A.R. No. 3, 86%c. Futures  closed Oct., 90%c; Nov., 89%c; Dec,  RR^cv'^May, 91%c? ,-',';.;,?.���������  ;\4>.c������kS-������������������ -..       ���������:*.-��������������������������������������������� v..--::  The good weather    has    permitted  or the &GUi, careful concerning what  we eat and drink, but receiving tha  most poisonous things for bur minds  In the way of doctrine nnA from "the  daily papers and magazines*/ How  they could think that lack of bread  would be at all perplexing, to Him  whom they had seen feed' 5,000 and  4,pQp with a few loaves ^ar.d n_heg  seems indeed strange, and we, do not,  ^ohder that He * reminded them of  these cVCajis and said:v- waving eyes "'  see ye not? And, having ears, hear *  ye not? And do ye not, remembef?-  How is it that ye do not -nderstand'*  (Verses 17-21; Matt, xvi, 8-12). When  He said plainly, I spake not to .yoa  concerning bread, then thev understood that He referred to the doctrine  of the Pharisees and of the Sn^^j;-  cees. *���������*  In addition to what we said above  concerning these two classes of-peo-  yia, it might De added that the Pharisees denied any necessity for Christ's  ..j.^.y*,*xx3*,b, ������������,\a tv_- Sadducees* denied  His second coming, saying there is no  resurrection, neither angel nor asirit.  nor future rewards and punishments  (Acts xxidi. 8). The leaven of Herod  suggests wbrldiness in ^verv form  with a bit of religion, for Herod feared  John the Baptist and observed him  and did many things but kept right  on in sin and would rather please sin.  prices have declined sharply, Today's  cash prices are No? 2 C ?W.. SS^ct 3  C.W., 37c; ExYl FdY 37%c> 1 Fd.,  37c; 2 Fd., 36^0. Futures closed  Oct.,38-^0; Nov., SB^c; Dec, -33%-c.-  Barley���������   '  Receipts of barley are liberal but a  good demand has arisen for all grades  and prices have now advanced.  Today's prices are No. 3, 56^0; No.  m        m-m-H / ^ +     f\ -4 ��������� -**���������_.' J        Jfl���������.      T7*~.xm.A        ������������������Sr**''  ���������tt   UA72^>   ii.crjteCLCt_A,   to-v,    rccu-   ntov- ,  Flax-  Recognition that the flax crops of  the United States and Canada <haye  produced more seed than required foi*  doriiestlc markets, has given our,flax  prices a drop of 7c. to 13c. on the  week and they close today at 1 N.  W., 139c. Futures closed Oct., 139c;  Nov., 138c; Dec, 132c.  Prices are basis delivery In store  Fort William, Port Arthur and Duluth?  large increase in receipts of oats arid ti������ti~ ="J w������^ ^er piease ai_,  _^^������ -na^^^UTtfiri ailflrnlv, TtTifev's. ^ than   do   what  he  knew   to  bs  NAVAL   AND   MILITARY   LEAGUE  William  as  provided  by  the  Uunudit i hint lu lull swing ������> tlio in Win t or Hue  tm     ��������� I...       .   ...            ������     , .      .    I    ,       .     . ..!>... ".������>. .   ��������� ,  V.. .A...      ..V������.   ,������..*,.������. ....      I.4..II,     (.��������������������� U...144I . I   OlllU'l   ��������� i.l.A...*..   . 4  ..V        lA'Ull.l        IA,       (A  ' Tho establishment or theso grain big rnovement of grain eastward on  marltets wan rocominonrtod by th������ I tlio ruHwn-vfl. mostly of wiieat, of  Grain Commission, eoiirtie..      The    iocelots    of    wheal  Honorary Secretary E, T. Scammcll,  of Toronto, Receives Much Encouragement  Toronto.���������^-E. T. Scammcll, honorary secretary of the Naval' and Military Enilgratlon League, has retiim-  ed from the west greatly encouraged  by Lhe rooaoUoiJ given to his proposals hy the various governments and  .public bodies before which they were  laid. Mr. Scammell addressed  meetings at Vancouver, Calgary and  Winnipeg and conferred with many  prominent   peoplo   at   other   centres.  Col. Steel'*, in command of the Winnipeg military district, hn** agreed to  send out letters asking for Information  by which men may be encouraged to  settle on the land, and as to the Industrial opening offered. It Ib the  Intention that the local militia officers shall look aftor the soldier immigrants till they got Bottled.      '  Bruce Walkor, Dominion immigration commissioner at Winnipeg, told  Mr. Scammell that the proposals of  tho lcaguo furnished tho most sano,  sensible and practical scheme ever  submitted to the department.  Dutch-American Alliance  Berlin.���������It Is bolng asserted In certain official quarter**, horo that the  Not/norlands government has opened  confidential informal negotiations  with tho Unltod States with a view  to a Dutch-Ainorlcun eolonlul alliance  *��������������� the Far Moat. It ls atated that  tho project, which originated with the  Diiich war minister. Is of a purely defensive character and alms at tho mutual protection of tho Dutch aud  American colonies In tho Pacific  Tho dangor' of a JapanoHO attack,  wliloh Quoon Wllholmlna'a govornmont  fears to ho mi roal In tho ouno of tho  Dutch Kant Indies as In tho cono of  the Philippine*,, la said to be the hauls  of the proposal.  New Parks Commissioner  ICtlmonton,���������Tho newly appointed  commlBnloner of Dominion Purlm,  P. V. Barnard Hervoy, of Cnlr-nry,  has arrived In Edmonton to atunimo  bin now dut|en.  Ijondoii.���������ll0i4*urulngthe report from  UiUtlti,  j.lli>'t"..,lc.iA   ill    .'.toiil.l oiil,       IaJJIXI  Roberts tolls the Canadian Asooclhtctl'  Press that he has mado uo arrango-  mentH  to vlull   Cnntulni.  REAL  OTAGE  FIGHT  right (Mark vi, 20, 26). Let me again  emphasize what I firmly believe���������that  there is no place in the Bible where  leaven ever means anything good, and  .tlier-efore to speak of anything good  as the leaven working is altogether  unscriprura!. It is easily so seen in  our lesson; In the passover story of '  Ex. xii, in the sacrifice of X.ev. ii,  11; in the th*������nWixrw offering wr  Lev. vii, 12, 13; Amos 4, 5, where they '  were told that to offer leaven was Just;  like them, and in I Cor. v, 6-8.  ���������Those wh-> ,think * -that our Lord  meant something good Syhen He said  "ThO Kingdom of Heaven is like unto  leaven which, a woman took and hid  Ln three measures of meal till the  whole was leavened" (Matt, xiii, 33),  should study carefully tho four para,  bles of which this is the last and noto  that our Lord was speaking not of  tho kingdom when lt shall have como  but of this nrasent age of the mysteries of tho kingdom (Matt, xiii, 11).  while Ho and It are both rejected and  the church fa being gathered. Not  one of the four parables gives any encouragement to look for a converted  world ln this age, and the story of tho  leaven tenches that the woman, the  professing church, will., thoroughly  corrupt hor food. Let ariy ono consider the Sunday toplca uf the majority of preachers of the pre������ont day  and then say whether the pooplo are  gottlng pure water from tho fountain  of .life or HouiuMiing from the proucn-  er'* own mind and not from God. ,.  The conclusion of our lesson, found  only In Murk, is the record of His  healing a blind man at Bethsaida.  Some one haB said that;,Jill miracles  aro noted parables rind that all physical Infirmities are suggestive, If not  actually typical, of spiritual troubles.  All blind people sng^est the bHndneE*!*'  that holds all who havo never soon  Jesus Christ as God, and as tho groat  nacrMlco for their sins, whom Ho calls  blind, advlslag thorn,-to anoint thoir  oyes with oyo salvo that they may  Boe.  Some blind pooplo received their  sight by a word from Him; One had  clay put. upon hi-* eynH and was sent  to Slloam fb wubIi. Some had clour  vlnlon instantly, but this -man rocelved  hits, ptght graduully. * We muBt not  covet an experience similar to another, but bo qulto content to havo  the Lord deal with us uu He pleases.  This man. Ilo took by the hand and  led him out of tho town. What a  ptcturo���������-tho Creator of all things tailing a .blind man by tho hand and  walking wiih him aloug tho lUreot, Uit.  author of life nnd light, Himself tho  life nnd lighl, touching human bllnd-  no������fl. . ��������� ��������� - . ,  Knives nre Drawn In Earnest, find Police Have to Slop Conflict  PhiIh.---A mage conflict, Intondod to  ��������� ., ������..    ,    ���������-        i..  . .   . .  AA4A4A4       HA.        .,..,..JV'������        I'*       .A       '��������� ������ .* A..4* *. . Uft . .4 j,#4 A  film at an outiiblluhmeiitj iu tho Ruo  de Malt'', took nit unevpeci^d turn.  Two rival baudn of youtliu wero un-  gugod In a combat, when ono youth  iiHi'tl hlu llHtti with e.\(ig|*ciatod vigor  111.1  t<(>.i4������v4'<iw n������lrO''i' 14''   '-t������i<l   In  <>   ���������->���������>������  inont tho tl.'ht wan piocoodlng In  ueuuly earnem. , Kiuv������s wero drawn  'riitd the roiubat was only ((topped by  tlw, avitvi.1 of tho police. Durlui,- Uiw  fight two Biip-uR *-cr<n bndly cut.  Miii>ii������i!j������ii''''������^^  s^'titiCTitrrgftTOi^'^^ w  S'K.-T  ���������M  V&i  : &__&;.. ti.cR^srromz}my.m^,. ??cEEBTbMv  -'B-r C  saws*.- -.saa_wsaaats|_5_  y "  i-V; .  I-'  il  If  111  Unshrinkable Combinations. Made from choicest wools���������fits smootmy ana  snugly to every line and curve of the figure���������yields freely to every movement. No  rough seams-each seam being bound. The next time you want underwear. don't  ask for underwear, ask for -HeWSOf-'S  Unshrinkable.  The Rev. J. HamiU of Crows Nest  spent Thursday and j_ riday with Mr.  aud Mra. White, on his way to his new  appointment at Bnrton Oity.  Some druggist will do a rushing busi-  npni. in TTn.ii- TVirtio   alii-fW  aid has been, organized.  '* A    lo������*l-irir\  *���������*.    41L-,U4\jO  C%m*xm.,r,%%      T^trxtrinilxa.  wuui via     I -<l4'v'iw������r.������  ������5A������   t   it a riirvc    AM  Oiiwt-t-f^ivS^*-5   rftl'*J  V>f\f\1       HOT   C.f>  COLD  BATHS,   CIGARS,    CIGARETTES    AND  CONFECTIONS. RAZORS     GROUND  ANH  ftPTT. ���������-���������     '    .'. '.' ������*.  _������������   1 mm-        mm ���������4   ���������   m - ���������   -  ea  *       3 V I      1 8 jf      %   I       i i   ������������������ Sa��������� *w*sr J   ������    e  ^ f ���������  METHODIST C H U RCH  Services will bo held every Sunday as  follows:  Morning  Evening   - -  Sabbath School  11:00 a. ro.  7:SQ p. in.  2:20 p. in.  The ladies gathered at the home of  Mrs. White on Thursday last to have a  sewiugbee in aid of the W. O. T. U.  Those present- wero the Mrs. Willis. Hall  Oorneil, Knott, Burritt, Oarfra, Molu-  nis, Blair, 'Chambers Weylett, Bliss,  and langdon. Miss aud Master Oorneil  aud Miss Adams of Vancouver. A  jolly afternoon seemed enjoyed by aii.  Tea wiib served.  Miss Adams has returned to Vancouver after spending two weeks with Mr.  and Mrs. Burritt.  ���������'.'���������_���������'._!  -ho )iiii.\iiitf f6Vef ������it������6 gOt CjViitG S,  1.013  in Oanyon City    The sight of a two bit  piece brings relief for the time.  __f_2&s  ' lg^"Sj-_eji^*iAiAi������i<gs!y |  Pff������i@&& B^&k^SSe&d ������B9  Gars  Touring Car  Runabout  Commercial Roadster  Town Car  Delivery Car  #750  .675  675  1,000  775  F. O. B. Factory  2   cars  of  Massey-Harris  implements-  shipped.    1 car of sleighs.  Gresion, R. S* Bevanm  fflgr.  j. fcjv*    atu     ������ - *v  "0*1*0    t\\j  t' x\ *���������,���������"���������,-. VI- _IV I *M\      1113  IC1VS.   X  J ml   fc*>_4 \������V.  Fred L. Carpentoi"  Pastor  For sale  an organ.  OriT'm,  Oh you church  -ih������w rs<ym*^tim$.r  IIIH  H������CU H&IlWEi  EARLY    INDISCRETIONS    AN������]  EXCESSES HaV'E UwDER-      j|  f^iNifi YOUR SYSTEM I  The nerves coutrol all sciio_s of the body p that aoy^ jg  thiag tbac liebiiitates iiieai wiii weakiifi aii Oigaas ������*"JH  tie  sys:eci-   Early Iai_scre_oBs and  Exce������*e*   haveH  .~.;._^ rnrtngflin'j 41** prnmi:on:- yoal_er g*���������13.    Uxxo&turallk  bsaia-Si*--^ their Tisci-Wa vitality smi they never develop 5  to a proper cortiiiuos of laaaiood. They jremain weak- g  itass, x&-.*__Lliy, i*hysic-o_y aed sc_i_.i<y. Ksw yes.������������*���������  _t dcs-oeadsiit and gloomy- _l  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  Service every. Sunday   at   11 a. in.  ami 7:30 p. ni. Y  Sabbath School at 2*30 |>, in.  Adult. Bible Class at close of evening service.  W. G. BI.XKB  Minister  Jia  _,r������ vou ii'2i .--.'ti* &^. wci���������^  soecks Ixtfor* the eyes v.i���������i dark circles under tbem,j  wea- bnck, fcsdcevs u-ricaWe- palpitation ot ths heart, (  bashf uL d������bUiiuit-Tas dreams, ssdimeat, in m*io������, pimples,  on iho face, eyes sunken, hoUovr cheeks, careworn ex-  g^qgyi'^^awB'g**  Wonderful Nerroiu Syetens  able _iood3?_remaiTire decay, bone pains, hair loose, etc  Tci-U the coj_HHo_o������r New Method Treatment i������    M  GUARANTEED TO CURE fij  xr_ have treated Diseases of Hen. for almost a lire-jg  ���������has and ilo  not  hava to experiment.   Consult usn  FREE OF CHARGE g  land wo will teU you whether you are cnrabla or not. W  \ We guarantco curanis cases ef ~^  I iSERVOUS DEBILITY. VARICOSE VEINS. BLOOD  Y     AND  SKH4   DISEASES.  GLEET.  BLADDER  [ URINARY AND KIDNEY COMPLAINTS  j Free Booklet ea Diri-ase^ of Men.  If unable to call  ���������l QUESTION UST FOR HOME TREATMENT  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  Christ Church  Oct. 27 (31th Sunday after Trinity)  Harvest-Thanksgiving  Matins Holy Communion 11 a. m.  Sunday School 3 p. m.  Evensong, Sermon .7:30 p.m.  Philip C. Hayman   (Vicar)  Chas. Crabb, who had his foot seri  ously cut with an ax last -week -while  working for the C. C. L. Co., is slowly  .. .  .    mm.- _ AV. >"0-  While out hunting one day last week  Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Kifer had the good  lnck of shooting two deer ���������'On you  deer!"  Mr, and Mrs. Chas Bliss and family  who have been cooking at the Canyon  City Lumber mill for the past year have  resigned and moved back on their property near Port Hill, Wednesday evening.  The mill has sliutdown for a few  days to  make    necessary   repairs for  ������������������_n_--lr Y-_r  amvna - ���������   ���������    ������������������      * .-������   ��������� W     ��������� &3   Hi g ��������� ���������   BS *        sh __- .^  * jrt^iwJi���������.. i ������������������?������������������ _ f  AND ORNAHENTALS  (jiiMppaiTi F_fafp NnrR_ri__  VERNON, B. C.  AU our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name. We carry all the leading varieties most  suited to this district. Our specialty is budded stock  on three-year-old whole roots,  ���������  mm  Com muii Ication  x? r.--__��������� .___��������� ^__��������� ���������_. :*i_. a.-   ���������'_������������������* ���������:i   a _._-���������._��������� >tv  -.ui luuiici paxti'-uistip n.^}\riiy iu gui lucai ngcui. ^^  4 j.- Blinco.,* Box 39, Greston, B.C. ^  ^^ ^r '^^'   ������������������    mr    -v    -v    t-���������   -^.   ^���������  ..ii'    -mr    -^    -mr m    -mr   -<���������    -mr   -mr   --^. -mm   -������r , >#r    >pr    -_.    mm    ir  w-*$  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold St.,   Detroit, Mich.  ������__h______e_ __! _*_*_* B ff* BT       ���������^���������^ le^ers from Canada must be addressed  wHn^^^lV'V! IVk to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  Wm**^r aaaaBammmmmmmmmmn ment in Windsor, Out. If you desire to  see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we see and treat  eo paM������������t- in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  Laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters as follows:  ORS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Ont.  write for onr private address.  ~ m  im  0_tfiS  ���������������  mmm*  ���������MM___*  wmrasaraaae^^  fill������     F&B|f!0g*Siii@   MSSmm^SOmf^ffBS  Comprising 125 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.  Pears   j| oOf jfT TTO^TjrJS?   Peactos  4_Tntt mB ml        AbVlBbV        H    flr   \m\ CRflpBf mm-mWtH ^Vk9-"  \Piutns  *���������������m  m  Maamm "****������**"**<  Gherries  GUARANTEED HOME CROWfi  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold jTmr trade."  Established lOOObytho HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture  [all stock delivered to your ranch atcatalocue prices  Editor Creston Review :-  Two weeks ago you published an item  under Canyon City News what appeared  to be news of an unsavory nature, which  was furnished you. Allow me as an  ontsidei to state thnt I think it is now  time the news agents would first be pos-  i ive of the matters they send to tbe  press before committing same to the  paper, thereby causing ill feeling among  families and misleading the public in  general.  Thoro U also another kind of scandal  whioh can never be seen in print but  has a strong tendenoy to banse considerable trouble. This is a matter that one  and all should take hold of and endeavor  to locate tho guilty parties and make  them known to the community. By  this method wo might bo ablo to put a  stop to trouble whioh is only to freely  coming our way iu many, homes.  A Staunch Sympathiser.  ANNUAL   S ASTERN EXCURSIONS  Special   Rail  Far-������s  in connection with  Trans-Atlantic Tickets  Round   trip   rate   from   Creston to  Montreal, $82.65, to St. John, $90.65.  Dates of Sale, Nov. 7 to Deo. 31, '12  Return limit 5 months from date of  issue.  Liberal Extension Privileges  For further information, rail aud  steamship tiokets, apply to local C. PR.  agent, or write to,  R. Gh McNEILLIE,  Dist. Passenger Agent,  Calgary, Alta.  5,  :���������_���������/���������'"���������_���������������������������;��������� !-<A I  -        -        M. ,-.X;JXMm  r  miNsmv?Mm  | For Catalogue and Prico list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., L _.!)., D.C.J... President  ALEXANDER LAIRD  Centre! Mrmr_rr  JOHN AIRD  AniilMnnt Ci'ni'rnl Mntii*i*trt������  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS  Interest at the current rule is allowed on all deposits of $t nnd  ffm m    t .. ,- ��������� ��������� . ..    .         , ���������,M,nl Cr.-tll    ..Of-rtltllll'  upwarust.    v-iueiui .uii,i..i-,ii ... H..w... ... _..._,  .. .I,..i ,���������,..iii���������  nre welcomed.     Accounts may be opciu-d .'uul operated by mail.  Accounts may be opined in  tin.* u;n,if. oi' two or more persons,  withdrawal:, to be made Ly any one uf iheui or by the .survivor. ^  *r������-~���������. o   i_4-A...i������������    W'.Mi'viii' r*'i*atnn Rrnnrln'  ���������All slzeB in Stanfleld's underwear  at tho Crouton Meroautilo Co.  ���������LADIES, call at our store and  look over our supply of McOalls patterns just received.     S. A. Speers.  Land Notice  Nelson Land Distriot.   Distriot of Woat  Kootenay  Talco notico that Luvi Bent of tho  Oity of Cranbrook, oounpation a laboror,  intends to apply for peruilRnion to pnr-  ohaso tho following described landu:���������  Oommonoing at a post plnntod 80 feot  distant in a Westerly direction from tho  North West post of Manncilo'B Lot.  Theiioo North 20 ohaiiiH; t hence Went  20 ohi'lim; thonoo -South 20 ohalnn;  thenao East 20 ohaiuH containing forty  neros more or lew*.  Levi Bout,  A rtnllonnf  TlmXf..rl   r\xX~\.mm  1       1lj1*>  Renewal of License  Liquor Licenuo Act (Section 42)  Notico Is horoby given that on tho  first day of Docomber next, application will bo mado to the Superintendent of Provincial police for a renowul  of the Hotol Licenso to sell Liquor hy  retail in tho hotel known as tho Ores-  ton Hotel, nitiiato at Oroscou in   tho  province of British Columbia.  Dated this 18th day of October, 1012.  ������1. ii. Moran, Proprietor.  RUNEWAL OF LICENSE  Liquor License Act (Section 42)  Notico Is horoby given that on tho  flrHt day of Doccmhor  next,   npplIcation will ho made  to the Superintendent of Provincial police for a ronowal  of tho Hotel License to sell Liquor hy  retail u. the hotel known as the Jiiriclc-  hon Hotel,  hitu.-ite  at Erickson lu  the  province of lli'lUsh Ooluinbiii.  Dated thin Iflth day of October, 1012  WTnU^WT   TTnll   Pivmrlornr,  i  For Infants, soft sole shoes and slippers  35c lip  For Children, we carry all sizes and weights in AM-  HURST, FASHION, Vl ILLIAMS and other  Reliable makes, in  Pebble,   Box   Calt  and  Kid.  $1.40 up  Misses  Sizes,   n   to  2.   in  Kid  and   Box Calf  $2.00 to $2.25  Ladies  f-hxis.iu   several   reliable  makes  In Men's shoes we features. "INVICTUS" made by  G. A. Slater Co., also AMHURST, WILLIAMS  and other  guaranteed  lines.  A Full Stock of Rubbers from the smallest size to the  heavy. Stub proof shoe" for lumbering and farm  work.  *"gmfTf*,r--r*,'T'r^  1 -  *  -kSIiS^TOAffi^A^^ teZZSmZtttTmrnMSmmm  liKNEWAL OK LICTSNRE  Liquor License Act (Section 12)  Notice ih hereby given th.it on tho  flint day of December next, application  will ho made to tlio Superintendent of  Provincial police for a renowul of the  Hotel License to sell by retail iu the  hotel known an the Sirdar Hotel, nit.  iiu,t������' -it Sini'M' iii Iho piiiviiiOi' -.'i !'.;-  Mull Columbia.  Dnted thin lHth dav or October  1012.  Wit*. Mot'1'ln. Prnnrltor.  TTl'-NFAV AT. OF LTCIUNSE  iibpior Lic'cmio Act (Section 12)  Notlco is heivehy given that on  tint  first day of Docomhei*  pext, application will .ho itmdti  to the Supeiiiiten-  dent of Provincial police for n, renowul  of tho Hotel License to sell Liquor hy  retail in tho hotel Known as tlio Kif.cli-  ener Hotel, * it noli* at Kltclxmi't* In the  province of Hfitish Columbia.  Datod this IHth day of Octoher, 101*2.  (Inst Andean, TCitebenm' TT/iItI.  BMH  ���������Hi ti.iitit  iii.li.i.llii.iili.llfilTiiiii iiiTliiiriiiiliiiiii in  4-  -���������\v.mm*!wmwiiXHmmitfmm*mm*mmMmi!r-'.,r  MMWMMIMH  IMMH���������-_itH_l>

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