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A."-, *w'--..'.*.'-v-'.^  ;\^;*?%7^''vS?*$^  ;.' ::r?v?-???^^;^^^2^i^i^^^^^^^  |     4   t*w  n     **-stasi bp*^"^"* *������bum������sw  ���������|^THl������--'',*.V]4������rfiftSS  T.-.-.te^^i-v-^-'iAis-aBi'  .... <.,    ,..,..._.. ^ ���������.���������,.......-..'!ff^1S&t*^'S'  iiSiV^-tirofAtiiixWUmi  " ���������'--���������-- ,A- ������������������ ���������- ��������������������������� ���������ti^'^iti^i^  11 v  jsw .#    ��������� Bar a      jsj  S|>4fa������VV "���������  No. 46     4th   Year.  MENU)  HERE AND THERE  STAND CLOSE SECOND  FOB FERNIE CUP  Fernie Wins With a Score  564���������Morrisey Gets  Third Place  Ptih I^aIam   4*^.11������������      _l.-������-. a.        t   ...   ^   ���������~v.vsv*.aa, AU4HO vxnuju iiiut; -cne pear  blight which is reported to havo infested tbe trees in the Okanagan,  is not}  thOnti Vt.1 ***V,j.   m^x   _ 11 r**i*i m  rw* i/AAeAAu an an. xaey.say wnac was  thought to be pear blight is only the  after effects of an uuusal frost at a critical tim.9 last year.  CRESTON, B.C,   fRIDAY  JULY sth 1912.  LOOAL NEWS'       |    MrsOpte***Wattsburg spent Sunday  aud Monday at the home of her brother,  Chas Moore.       , ���������  ���������That new suit nee "Weber.  Tuesday  for   Winnipeg for   a couple  months visit with Mr. Blake's' mother.  x The Silver Gup presented by the Fernie Athletic Association to be shot for  by the Civilian Rifle Associations of the  * -1. *.  Cfow's Nest Pass on Dominion day was  ���������won by the Fernie Association hy ths  email margin of eleven points over the  Oreston team. ^  There were three associations contested  for the valuable cup, Fernie, Oreston and  BSorrisey. The scores were, Fernie 564,  Creston, 553, Morrisey 518.  The Creston team made a creditable  showing, considering that they .were  pitted against a team with such a number cf expert -shots as the Fernie Association contains and on their own range  besides under vagaries of wind which to  the visiting teasas was a difficult matter  to figure out.  Thone who so generously helped to  defray the expenses of the Oreston teams  trip need not. feel ashamed of the show-  Blairmore, Alta., is to have a new cement plant at the cost of ������ 100,000 whioh  will have the daily capacity of 15,000  barrels. -  ���������",  Messrs   McQuarrie   &   Robertson ox  ! Nelson, last week bought 23Q acres of  land at Grand Forks with the intention  of setting it out in fruic trees and selling it iu live aud ten acre tracts.  Rock Creek is soon to be supplied with  a branch of the Canadian Bank of Commerce.  v4uam������w s J.J.COU oOuua at <jo cenrg per  tin at Speers.  W. Holmes and J. P. Baston of the  Canadian Bank of Commerce of Cranbrook spent Sunday and Monday in  town visiting with their old friends.  blNG3iE>;-;C2dPI^������iA������^S^  '""'' """        " '^������*MM  Married, at the Presbyterian Manse,  Tuesday afternoon, John Oustafson to  Elvia Fracelia Oman, both of Cranbrook  ���������You get five per cent discount at  The Cash Stork.  your garden with poultry  wire. In 2 ft, 4 ft and 6 ft., widths' at  Speers' store.  Miss Benla Clark, who has been teaching in the Donkhobour settlement at  Waterloo, arrived Sunday to Bpenct her  summer vacation with her Bister Mrs.  E; A. Penson.  A big rash is reportciArOij. Ssveiscoke  to the old French creek placer workings.  The cause of the stampede is the news  of a new rich strike. The pay is said to  ba big aiiu tua yOMjibiiicy is rhat French  creek will yield millions in the yellow  metal.  fag made, ae about three more bulls eyes  where outerj were made" wonld' have'  landed" the cup which was well worth  the effort made.  Members ot the Creston team say the  Fernie boys treated us rov ally and when,  a return match takes place we hope to  reciprocate in as much as we can fox the  hospitable manner in whioh they used  ���������as.  Those from Creston were J. Stooks,  %T. Hayden, A FitzGerald, E. Botterill,  G.M. Gunn, T. J. Crawford and Ohas.  ;Moore.  .^"������u4aaaa*(*������a0i1 of tue intrusive  contact  cf the granodiorite at Nelson,  the goid-  *  copper deposits of Rossiand, the gold-  hquartz veins ot Sheep Creek, the copper  mines at Phoenix and Greenwood, the  silver lead veins of the Siocan district;  -."St*  the Nickie Plate gold mine at Hedley  and the pre-Cambrian rocks W3st of the  Kootenay^.jiv.e-c ?wUL be .naade-by -the  H*.VU-*'UV)A  Vmnn s\������   4-T.^    rn  CUi,      K>USJ.  Work For Good Roads  v>  Steps were taken a week ago Saturday  at a meeting of good roads enthusiasts  et Libby, Montana in an effort to secure  the "ocean to ocean automobile" road in  the States, for Kootenai aud Flathead  valleys. It was the desire to have the  road a������ ,ifc leaveB Spokaue, to run thru  Sand Poiut aud Bouuers Ferry, through  towns in Lincoln aud Flathead oouutloa  in Montana, ou eastward. Ono ronnou  that this route is desirable as was  brought out at the mootiug, is that good  connootiug roads with tho Canadian  Highway are easily accessible, It tho  plan of the mooting is onrrlod out, Ores-  ton will bo on tho junction of tho branch  Jroad with the Canadian Highway. Tlioro  In also another road which is in lino condition for autonioble travel,. running  north from Kaliupell, for a dlstuuco of  nearly 100 mllos Into Canada, but this  routo will probably bo tho ono most  need an it ln at pucnent, I bo uhortoat dis-  tauoo between tho dlruot roads.  Tho morning norvloi* aud Holy Ooix-  munion at Christ Church on Sunday  noxt ,Tuly 7th Is unavoidably postpouod  to Suuda**4 July l-iiJi Wlmn R������v. w *-*.  Flowollintf, Rural Dtuu ������f Cmubniuk  will bo present to oiUnlmn, rihmn.  i ���������   ������i~������  i -  Mr. Samuel Soott and MIph .Inm.  Dodds woro married last ovonitur nt tU*  G.M. Ijuuuy iuuuij, liov. Fred Cnr-  ponter olllolatlng. s  ?w6lfth luteeaationt*.]  Geological congress in September, 1913.  Fifteen days will be devoted to the  trip via uhe Crow's Nest line from Toronto to Vancouver.  The Miners' Union, ot Rossiand will  hold their anuual picnic on Wednesday  and Thursday, July 16 and 17.  Mrs. S. S. Fan-head and daughter Mrs.  SJJean retarjued "Wednesday from Van-  eonver *where they hare b^^n alienaing  the W. C, T. CJ. convention.  ���������Mrs. Aitridge of Erickson is now  prepared to do dressmaking of all kinds.  Satisfaction guaranteed. Call at the  home of M. R.'Palmer. 88-tf  Mr. and Mrs. Cotterill of Winnepeg  who have been visiting for severs! weeks  at the home af T, Goodwin, returned to  their home, Wednesday.  ���������A good farm, in Alberta, 70 acres  improved and 35 acres in crop. Good  house and stable, 2 good wells. Would  trade for land near Creston, also 42 acres  in the town of Kenora, Ont., would  also trade for land near Creston, apply  to the City Bakery, Creston, B. O.  ���������Tbe COS. Company, of Cranbrook  is disposing of several branches of their  business, and bargains galore, is the ordor of the day in Cranbrook.   -Crescon  folks should get en the inside, a letter  to the C. O.'S. will bring all the information necessary regarding the special  prices.   Iron bed*-* are selling at $2.75  any size.   Dressers as.d stands at tjll.  Linoleum 55o sq. yard.   Tapestry Rugs  size 9x9 $6.00.   Mens snits $5.85.   Hundreds ot pairs of  mens shoes going at  half price.   Real olesing ont prices on  everything, $5.00 will do the work cf $10  don't overlook this opportunity to buy  at less than manufacturers piices. Very  special prices on lace curtains, arch curtains, window fixtures, all sale prices  are F. O. B.. Cranbrook, no charge for  packing.  Die rvniDCBFoai  ssass    s   --= SiSS^iSjrJ  Dill   LiiUB^VMiri!  TO ATTEND CELEBRA*  i *  rim at am Qriitj  ->wa,     n| SVBofcaWW'C---  ���������w Kates Are  Expected  to Attract Ma������v on  ���������vtf  R. Keini, Dominio.i Express Superintendent of Vancouver, spent several  days last week visiting here with   his  ,;^4-Q-   us-   "���������-^'������,     A4A.A0  Cue of the laborers on the construction'of the road from Port Kill to the  Continental Mining Company's proper-  ty, cut his foot badly, severing an ar  terie. He was brought here Sunday, to  I be taken to thA cosepstnies hospital at  Sand Point, Idaho, via the C. P. R. Dr  Henderson took a number of stitches  and bandaged the mans foot so that he  was able to stand the journey.  Have yonr clothes cleaned and pressed  for Sunday. Try us. Creston Cleaning  & Dye "Works. . lV '  George Heald and daughter wenc to  Bonners Ferry, "Wednesday where they  will spend the Fourth of July.  Good pony for sale, weighs 700 pounds  good driver and saddle horse. Inquire  of A. Mirabelli.  /-������_ ���������������4A.  wan i  IT- J *.- ���������   -J  "UMuer-SLttiiu  ��������������������� ?���������  vvny  More Englishmen Do  Not Settle Here  ���������'I uan't understand why more Englishmen do not come to Kootenay. Of  course you receive a large number of  Bottlers from tho old country, biit this  district should attract many more if its  wonderful charms were more widely  known," deolarcd Evelyn Wronoh of  London ou his arrival at tho Strathoona  last night. Ho is founder of tho Overseas club.  ���������'This Is my fourth visit to Canada,  aud I am UBhaiuod to say that it is xny  (lrBbto Koofcouay." ho said, "I have  viultod Newfoundland, .Victoria, tho  maritime provinces, tho praiiloH, but I  havo novor yob soon anything iu Canada  to equal Kootonny-und I do not say this  b-joaiiBoI am in Nelson.  "I v.'.".2 2ur*?rl'j*ii to' oa,c t,u Ajukuj' rjruii-  rauahes bo far oast In BrltMi Columbia.  At tho coast ono is inclined to got tho  impression that thoro is Uttlo agricultural development in uouMionatoni British Columbia but on ovory baud I notice the forest is bolng pushed back and  tho virgin mil plautuij v.'UL. fruit Uu,;������.  "Tho soouory horo is magiiiflcont nnd  tho air hn������ a snnp, an invii-orating property thut ronundH mo of Swits-orland  and tho Austrian Tyrol. .1. can't think  oi ������.������> I'uluu iwjiv uoiighifui,"���������jnolson  Now������a  The Sunday School of the Methodist  chnroh will hold their annual picnic at  the park,' "Wednesday afternoon, July 10  Parents and friends are invited. '���������', There  will be races and games for. everybody.  WANTED, to rent a piano for ths  months of July and August. Address  W. G. care of Review.  Mrs. C. H? Richardson of New West  minster is visiting at the J.   Hobden}  home.  ���������We clean/ everthing, Oreston Olean-  and Dye works.  J     ~  -  Mr. Jones and family who have been  living in the Wm. Miller house the past  ttWO      iViOOtiiw    -nriniron     m   <T*....������.^m    .'14.^.  Wednesday.  J. J, Atherton, formerly editor of the  Echo, now editor of a paper at Coleman  Alberta, is spending the'week in Oreston  trying to interest some of his old friends ]  iu the prairie lands.  Miss-Jeanne Smith/������E1~ "dinfcg'rooiii  giriat Trombiey's boarding house isiak--  ing & montbs.vacatiou. Her sister Nancy is filling her place while shn is ab-  sant.  Get our price on Jno. 1 Timothy Hay.  Just unloaded.    S. A. Speers.  A. E. Mutton had raspberries  ou tho  market on Tuesday.  CO. 8., SIGNAFIES CRANBROOK  OO-OPERATIVE STORES.  Fred Barrett of Nelson spent several  ���������lavs the first of tho week nt Job. Cook  homo.  ��������� 'iuy your fishing tackle from 'our  big assortment of lines.   S. A. Speers.  The mill at Cauyon City has   shut  down for a few days for repairs.  ~-Weber tne Taylor   for   your new  suit.  W. W. Bradley, assessor, of Nelson is  working.about Creston this week.  ���������The best in. paints and varnishes.  BnpooPoint and Berry Bros., Varnifllien  for nale at Spoors.  Rov. frodCarpenter and family spent  Monday nt tho homo of Goo. Oartwright  nt Erioksou.  .���������Mon's working shoos, sjl.GO at Mir-  nboiiiofl,  Hugh Taylor mado a pioturo taking  trip to Kltohonor Monday.  ���������Soo our window for ear thorn pilch-  ere* and tea pots at rook bottom prioon.  S. A. Spoors.  Mlii.i Ida Gunn roluiuod from NoIhou  Sunday, where sho hart boon unjforgoing  nevoral operations to relieve  her lnme-  1)41110        Ql,.. hnu ������,������<���������    \*nt    y.,^^..,������������������ ,1    41-^.������,  the oifootH of tho operation, to know how  atwoocaful tho troatmout baa boou,  ���������Before I bad a license I sold shoos  with a profit of 10 por cent now I make  5 per cont.   A. Mirabelli, Shoemaker.  Nelson Brown of Wardner is making  11, short visit in town this week,  John Middleton and family, and bro  cher .uavia came to Creston yesterday j  from'Revelstoke.   It is their intention |  to locate here.  juaao j-iu^tti vrauge j-ioage, j.io. 2(b>5,  is planning to help swell the annual  annual   gathering  of  Orangemen   of  July 12, which is to be held at Nelson  for this district.    A special train has  been chartered of three coaches.    Ad  the excursion is to be open to everybody and as bhe fare id extremely low-  a crowd of at least 150 is expected to  attend, v The excursion will stop At  Vfyuiiwl. Sw'ujh*  ������na   Proctor   ajrwJ  take on all who desire to attend tftge  ���������  celebration at r*xt.es in uronortion fco  those from Cres,toh.    The tr?i;a is to  leave Crestion for Nelson at 7 a. jtjo.  and on return- leave Nelson at 8 p. '*ajv ,  Creston time, 7 p. rn. Nelson time.  Preparations* for  a  big  day  havo  been jgaade. " There will be speeches  for the Orangemen and a general dun  *������ ji.r  pic for everybody. Alargecrowdfropi  aii over the .district about ^elson is  ^*p^ctear,i?rT.Arr^^^-' /* ^"4^'  \   Tickets are on sale at the Mercantile  and at tj*e Creston Drug store.  The faro from. Creston and return  is, adults 82.60. children $1.30; Sirdar,  adults $2.16, children '$1.1Q; Prootor,  adults 95c, children 50, cents. Wynn-  del rai-fiR nm Jbe same as thp-je^o/T  C-resjtop. " J  i-'i  "���������;--;'.v,i;isi>������Kl  H. Garnett, late porter at tne Burton j  Hotel, leaves Sunday noon for his  old  home in Lancashire, England.   "lis a  lassie from Lancashire that draws him  buck.  W. H. Johnson of the Burton Hotel j  made a business trip to Cranbrook yes-1  torday.  ���������Wo arongontB for. Imperial {Nothing  Tho Cash Stoi-o.  ���������Wanted to rent for a mouth or six  weeks by a lady with ono ohlld, a small  furnished cottage iu Creston. Apply  staling terms to Mrs. T E, South, Cranbrook.  Owing to the bad weather of the - Jlst  the basket picnic at Bonnybrook ranch,  at Canyon Ofty, was postponed until  Friday, July ifSOk. The Port Rill btnU  I team will play the Oreston team iu the  artornoon and there will be a dance jn  in the evening. Everybody should Ibajfce  advantage of this chance to thoroughly  on joy theuiaelves. ' You are all jyelcowe  to attend. Remember the date^ Friday;,  July 13rh at Bonnybrook ranoh.  Miko Bonnigor spont several days tho  llrcJt of Iho wctik ut Cranbrook aud Wardner  Mr. nnd Mrs. G. B. O. Sharpo of  Whitby, Ont., havo been visiting Mr.  and Mrs. J. W. Dow and returned east  on Mouduy taking Mibs Ella Dow with  thorn whore she will take a oourso iu  Whitby College. Mr. Sharpo finds a  groat change iu Oroston since his lust  visit 18 months ago.  MiBB E. V. Dauard left Suturday for  a two mouths tour or the old country.  Miss Anna L. Needham left Saturday  to spend hor vuoatlon at tho homo of her  aunt, Mrs. Goo. Hunt of Kitchener.  ���������A toam of hoavy mares for sale. Apply to K. L. Taylor, Box 24, Crouton.  'J'ho MiriBOH Flommingof Maplo Creek*  who havo spent tho last thrco weokw  visiting at tho homo of IC. Andrew, returned to thoir homo yesterday.  Albiji t Wi-dor who is traveling out of  Imi������w Vnrlr rnv the ,) .Mof-fluiftn Oosttpany  as rhoir tlmo look export, Bpout WcdncB-  Uay and Thursdiiy with .his brothor O.  P. Wilder,  ThoLadios Aid of tho ProHbytorian  ohuroli will hold a laspborry and loo  ���������Tamium i-ivoiiu on iho loth or July in tho  Meroautilo Hall.  Mian May Johnson, who Iiuh boon  touching in Oronton tho pnub year loft  Saturday to Mpoud hor holidays at her  homo in Vancouver.  Bob Reid wafl ou duty thin morning  boforo offloo houxu.  Mrs. J. V, Phut, went (j Kitolmnor  Monday.  ������     (���������..,.   *������r**i *    ���������     ,4,     ,������,  ������jj.ivhMk4*,   *.-*������.''-;o   tiii������,    i MHHllhV     m>if    j^*UJl  Rivor, wharo he iuteudM to start up a  barbci' whop,  Born, on Monday to Mr. nnd Mrs.  Sam Williams of Canyon City, a sou.  v  -MMSMMMMSHMSJ,  Mre. Frank-* Oomoil aud family returned to Oanyon City Friday from an  extended viBit with friondB and relativos  in Miohlgan.  ��������� Crr.ntrm plny^or-rc r.rc ia bavt? n������ ������������*.-  truordlnary trout ou Saturday night, July  0th by tho appearance of that famous ?  ohiiniplou Bob FitixsimmoiiB Bupportod  by a motropolltan coinpnny- of playcra  in tho thrilling drama "A Fight for  Love."  i Thin Ik, tlio ilrnt hhiii   null/-   ������.������ii������������i4������w4.������.~������  oi tlio wonderful Man of tho Ring in  Oiuuidn and Oreston receives tho cowi-  pauy only through thoir inability to no*  ouio Uie date they wanted nt CraubrooV  It In very Mdom thnt a mnn of nnAb ������  ropulatlon m FitMRlmraona it Men in  Crouton and he should lie given ������ hoturty  weloom* tomorrow nh|bt.  I  ���������issMiiiiisiWsi^^ *t     * ���������*' -   '    - ( / ,  ,7 rY'v  .%  - **������   ���������*,.-.,  *       I       . 1.        C     '.  ���������,-s  ,v--,"-_'vsV'^J  mmwmmammst  .    THE   CRESTON   REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B: C.  ED  FRED  M.  WHITE  J LONDON  j   WARD, LOCK & CO.. UMTTIL������    i i  "[���������j j me, because I should like my father  ""���������j*; to hear what    takes    place    between  *' us?     I won't detain you more than a  few minutes, and it is the b'est way.  The   self-satisfied   smile  died   from  Copley's lips.      He had not expected  a* reception like this, and it surprised  him, to see this uncompromising dignity in May's manner.      Perhaps she  had  never been    more    alluring    or  more attractive in his eyes than she  was at that particular moment, and  he knew,  too,    without    any    words  from her, that he was on the eve of  defeat.  Very well, he said, though I don't  see why we shouldn't settle it between us.     It is our affair.  May made no reftly. She walked  into the library followed by Copley.  Sir George turned eagerly as the entered.  Ah,'well, he said with an uneasy  attempt at playfulness.       ������       ,  So I see you have come to an understanding.  I trust so, May said quietly, though  I don't think it is quite the understanding you anticipate. This is a  very hateful position for me an������l. I  would give a good deal to be out of  it. But it would be cowardly if 1  tried to shirk my dirty- Mr. .Copley  has already asked me to be his wife  and I-refused him. I do not wish to  give him any pain, but I had to put  the matter plainly because he i<j a  persistent man and not incline! io  take 'No' for an answer. I understand he has come here to-night, to  renew  his  otter.      Now.  Mr.  Copb-y,  Yau -wiSi find relief In Zam-Buk!  li eases too* burning, stinging  pain; stops bleeding and brings  eass. Perseverance, with Zatn-  Buk, means cure. Why not prove  this ?   ^X, JDruaaittia and JStorcsv���������  (Continued)  Sir George listened uncomfortably.  --AA���������     .......     ..Z-~I-.XZ^~    *.ll     "Win     V.s>r.������     4**> r. I IV. <r i~  J1C     AVAX&     V AUAAXI.A1A&    CAAA   UIO     Wt'OV    .cvumq^.  He knew what a sorry figure he must  be cutting in the eyes of his daughter. And every word she said was  true.      This thing  would get  out.  It  would'be a dainty morsel in the  mouths of all the gossips and, though  he could rely upon May to be silent.  '������������������other-tongues--would not be bridled.  But he comforted himself with the assurance that things would never go  as far as that, for when May saw  that he was in earnest she would  yield. There might be tears and reproaches, but in the end she would  bow to his wishes, and though, Cop-  lev was not popular, yet he would  be* accepted in time on the strength  x>Z being Sir George Haredale's son-in-  law.  There are reasons why this must  be. he said. I am under obligations  -to Copley, under great obligations.  And, besides, he Is paying you the  greatest compliment in his power.  There are many girls������������������  Oh, what have the majority of girls  to do with me? I am not like them.  I. have not been trained in the same  school. I know there are lots of isay  friends regard matrimony as a matter of business. They' are too idle  and "selfish io think of anything but  themselves. They would think it a  fine thing to have the spending .cf  Mr. Copley's money. But 1 detest  the man too much for that.      He is  Ynot a gentleman, his manners are not | tnent. He was struggling to obtain  good, and I am sure he is neither; the mastery of himself. His face  honest, nor straightforward. I would ' Hushed angrily. There was a nasty  do anything in my power to help you j glitter in his eyes-,  but if it comes to this that Haredale ; Does she understand? he asked Sir  Park can only be preserved    by    this j George.  Satefal marriage, then I decline. lt:- jr is not i-ay fault if she doesn't. Sir  is too great a sacrifice to ask your j Qeorg*.- muttered.  daughter to make. Oh, how can you j it i? because I do understand. May-  stand there and even make the sug-1 SHi^ t������jat j am au the more deter-  gestion. [mined in my refusal.  You will think better    of    it,    Sir ��������� CHAPTER XXXII  George said. * *  Never!  I have  said the last word, j An ������asy F*li  '���������I'will not allude to it again and. un- j     One  moment.   Copley   put  less, you take, oack what    you    havo j Sir Geors:^   has    explained  ������aid, I will accept you at your word j then, perhaps    I can    speak  Items   of   Interest  Mascagni's massive ruby ring, and  his lost trunk, containing 176 collars  and 75 dress shirts, excited .popular  interest in London in connection with  the composer's visit to conduct his  "Cavalleria Rusticana."  A fund of 100 pounds is employed  at the Robert Browning settlement in  Walworth road, 'London, for renting  out phoes to children too poor to-buy  th-jm. In all 238 pairs have been  loaned, for which rent of 18 pounds  was received.  Joking is blamed for causing the  reduction in re-enlistments in the  French army. As soon as a man  re-enlists the jokers of the regiment  hurl at him the question: "'Vou have  nothing to eat at home, eh?'" and the  man's self-respect is hurt.  Diamonds are in as great demand  A  Smile W_9rih.WMI*  ^  When days  were dark,    you    niight  have made them fairer  By changing all my life with just  cne smile,  Fair  days  were  rare,   you   chose  to  make them rarer:  Was it worth while?  You chose one day, to break my heart  . by frowning. ^  When all my life hung on one tender smile,  You crushed my hopes all eager for  your  crowning  Was   that   worth   while?  Now,  I  am  dying;   could  you,  your  frown forsaking,  Just for one moment lean o'er me  r.ow and smile,  T could forget the life you filled with  ttCiiiufa,  Is that worth while?  Hylton Cleaver, in T.P.'s Magazine  POISON   IN   SWEETS  _  . .    ��������� ��������� B   .        as ever.      According to..-, dealers'���������������������������" in  I have to tell you before ..my fat-ner preclous stones they are an excellent  that what you ask is impossiDle. i ��������� investment and are almost certain  am old-fashioned enough to pre tv j not to depreciate? fe'value. On the  happiness Jo money, and I couli not ( contrary there is a constant tendency  ���������m-rry.a man wuorn ������. utu. no.. ,0,������j toward higher prices.  I have never liked v>u, I never could       _,-������   .-,     ������-.,. ,,    t>. Y    j  like you, in fact. I hope y5������ wo>Vt "Medland Ha 1, Stepney a London  ttiak me rude when I sav Miat 1 cU*-- ' reUeE organization instituted in - a  wk.  jou excetQin���������i>. 'clerks in an Austrian merchant's of.  "Besides, there is something unmanly j  and cowardly in pursuing-a defence-'  fice, has sheltered three million -homo-  SEVERE JEURAtGIA  Cured Through the   Use   of  Dr.  William^ Pink Pills  teed  gin  in   lais   way.       n   yoii   nave ;  one spark of proper feeling you will j  never allude    to this    hateful    .'topic I  again.      I don't want to    appeal    to  your pride.      i think    I    have    said  enough.  Copley   made   no  reply   for  a   mo-  i leas men in the. 2i years of existence.  and go out into tne world and earn  my own living. Don't mention it  again. '        ���������  Sir George looked uneasily at his*,  daughter. There was a cold sternness about her that disturbed him  He said that Copley was coming over  later in the evening to hear what May   said  had to say on the matter!  Very well, she answered. I am  rather glad of that. I shall be able  to settle this thing once and for all  She turned and swept out of the  room. She was glad that she had  kept the tears from her eyes. She-  was glad to know that Sir George little realized how terribly he had  wounded her. For the rest of the  day May went about the house as  though nothing had happened- She  ���������bad a smile and a pleasant word for  her visitor, so that even Sir George  took heart of grace and deluded him-  *elf with the idea that his firmness  had not been misplaced. It was  ���������imly when Copley came that, he found  out how mistaken he was. Copley  had no difficulty in getting May to  himself, for Alice Carden was deeply  ���������engroBBed in a book, and Sir George  was sitting over hla cigar in the library. At the very first hint of  the reason for IiIb visit May turned  to him.  I think I know what you are going  to say, she observed. I shall be  glad to have this matter definitely  settled. Ob, no, I don't mean what  you do at all. Will you be good  enough to come to tho library  with  in-       ii.  matters,  freely.  Your *atter is indebted to me���������I will  not say anything about the amount,  for that -would be all wiped out and  we could start on a much better footing if you would only take another  view of the case. If you persist���������-  You can take that for granted, May-  Would you like to think   it  Copley suggested.  Oh. I have thought it over.*  had all day to think it over.  over  at a total cost of 26,000 pounds.  'iieposava Jivanovitch, u girl of 12,  drowned herself in the Danube, alter  leaving a letter for her parents, explaining that her school marks could  never be satisfactory, for she despaired of mastering German declensions?  The succession of Princess Marie  Adelaide to the grand duchy of Lux--   _    ^.^...^.    iV -     .C4A...,-.     ._,..   x* .-....-I  eiUi*ur*5   Illti'. xad   ciAtr   ilistui c   Oi   a.aa<;   aaicai-o-  line in the ancient house of Nassau  after an existence of more than one  thousand >ears. The fact that six  branches of the family  were extant  ai,   uit:   ucs.uauig   ui    aaic   mot   CSuau.j  makes such an event improbable.  Women and Indians combined to  mate Ne-j Percee county? Idaho, dry  by a yote of 2.407 to 2,127. Thus  is the wild west being tamed, but it  is an odd combination of tamers! It  is believed that every eligible Indian  voted for prohibition.  Hadn't Taken the House  Ghosts    and    weird       apparitions  which were said    to   appear   in? an  empty  house "were  not. inducements  to possible tenants, so the agent had  it elaborately done up and decorated  and,   by   way  of tempting  bait,  had  some expensive gas fittings put in the  i house.       The   nest   week   he   heard  I have I that  some  bold,  bad  man  had  been  I see ' after  the house.      His heart leaped  t  There ia an  excellent reason why  Dr. Willl'ims' Pink Pills have cured  the most severe cases of    neuralgia,  sciatica and other complaints in the  group known    as disorders    of    the  nerves.     This group also includes St.  Vitus Dance, partial paralysis aud the  Common state of extreme nervousness  and excitability.     Each of these complaints exist because  there is something   the   matters with   the   nervous  system.     if the nerves have tone and  are strong and healthy you will not  have any of these    complaints.    The  reason why Dr-.-Williams'?-Pink Fills  cure nervous disorders  is,  that they  restore   werk,   run   down   nerves   to  their proper state of tone.     They act  both  '" irectly- upon the blood  supply  and the nerves.      The highest medical authorises have noted that nervous troubles generally attack people  -���������Who   are   bloodless     and     that     the  nerves are toned  when the blood is  renewed.      It is thus  seen that Dr.  Williams'   Pink   Pillls   cure   nervous  disorders by curing the cause of the  troubk.      The following    is    an    instance.      Miss Annie Jones, London,  Ont.. sSys:���������"Por over a year I was  an intense sunerer    from    neuralgia,  which located in my face and head.  The pain at times was so intense that  I could scarcely keep from.screaming,  and nothing I was doing for the trou-  *ble  seemed   to help   me.      As  time  went  on   my   whole   nervous   system  was affected.      At last when I  felt  that my case was almost hopeless I  was advised to try Dr. .Williams' Pink  Pills.      The result of this treatment  was that I am   now    enjoying   such  comfort as I had not known for years,  and only those   who    have    suffered  from neuralgic pains can realize what  a blessing the Pills have been to me."  if you are suffering from any blood  or nervous disorder    begin    to    cure  ���������yourse'f to-day   with    Dr.    Williams*  Pink Pills, which you can get froni  any medicine dealer or by mail at 50  cents  a  box or  six   boxes  for  $2.50  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.;  Brockville,'Ont.  Arsenic as Widely Used in India as  in Ancient Rome  Arsenic is commonly employed by  the professional poisoner in India,  who will poison a whole family to  make sure of one victim. The reports of the Bombay Government an-  j alyst throws some light on the methods. The poison Is usually given in  sweetmeats, and generally by a  strange woman who has been met In  the street, and who mysteriously disappears. This strange woman is  found ln every analyst's report for  the last twenty years, and in circumstances so identical that it would almost seem to be the same person.  Will 'this elu?ive person pvpr be captured by the Indian police?  Arsenic has. perhaps, been more  frequently used that any othor poison  ior- crlrnlnfi! purposes. it nas usen  proved identical with the .wonderi.'-ellx**  Ir of the seventeen th e'en tury, when  secret, poisoning became so frequent  In Italy that tho clergy,-?despite the  rules of tjip confessional, acquainted  Pope,Alexander VII in 186S with the  extent of the practice.       Y  It was found thatYyoung widows  were ..'abundant ln Rome, and that  most of sthe unhappy marriages were  soeetiily dissolved by the death of  the husband. A secret society of  young matrons was discovered, which  met at thP house of La Spara, "a reputed witch, who supplied them with  g. slow, tasteless, colorless poison,  carefully calculated to kill a husband  in just the time that suited the purchaser. La Spara and thirteen of  her companions were hanged, a large;  hu������iber of ���������������������������be- culprits were whipped,  half-ncked. through the streets of  I^bme, while others of the highest  rank ^scaped with heavy fines and  b inishnent.���������London  Chronicle.  Mr. NEWLYWED esfd ��������� "Hello | is this e  now kind of Bait we are using ? It t>lis3ce8  ah right, doesn't it?"  tees* NEWLYWED ���������alcl-,,Ycs, lt's-  , WINDSOR SALT.  Tlie grocer told tnir  oliout it���������said it ���������was the oa!y kind hi-*-  rnfllnmiTrt \vOlllll llilVC'*.  AST. NEWLYWED said-'^Ven. If he keep*  such good salt, I giiesa everything else  in Ms store must Tue good, eo I would da -  all my iruuitii*' there, if X were you".  Mrs. NEWLYWED s������id--"I intend to."     59  DR.   ELLIO/TT,   SPECIALIST..  PRI-       di.'^ages    and    drink    habit.-  Write 81  Queen Bast,  Toronto.  WANTED  Railway Agents, Telegraphers  and"  Clerks  in  great  demand   throughout"  North West.      Six months will 'qual������-  llv you.       Day   and   Mall    courses.  Positions secured.    Free Book 19 ex--  plains.        Dominion    School      Telegraphy, Toronto-  A (viedicai Need auppiiea.���������.when a  medicine is found that not only acts  upon ihe stomach but iii so eomposi'd  ^A.AA :MA^.l      IU^..4l.Hi..   >^4f    14-    ���������*������._..    ..A-.  t.Aiiii.    O^A-i.O,iiA    AjlA^i t3iiiijAii,f3    VrA.   .Ai.    jj������.^>^������.    A.-..  altered through the stomach to Und  action in the bbvv-tls, then there ia  available a purgative and a cleanser  of great effectiveness. Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills are of this character  and are the best of all pills. During  the years that they have been In use  they have established themselves eb  Tir:  ft'"-"*  **iU1' hao  4"ioT|o  mii  nipriniimui.  ur uionuuniuii  "������������������lilvflr fllneo i was Uttlo girl, thirty yearn  ABO, j. iiad Qiiftcrcd '.orturc^ from eczema In  one of I'.B l.'orst forms. The dlaexse runti In  sny family, und mlti������ wus of a aculy and  tooh:, ''IsflBurlng kind. The eczemtv formed  In round rlnes, and Hum Bcalea all over  mj* lace and limbs. I  have been nmotliored  from head to font. 1 was  born in L<-.mlnman,  wlilf.li Li tamo us for itn  HUlllllUr  llUUl.S 14,11(1   |Jlllll|l  watem, and onn would  think that after tnkinif  tliu lieututeiu liiKit* nil'  ularly O-i I did, tho  ills-ani" would lonp asp  hiive lieeu etinil. but tt  wu no*.. I uttiMiiIi-iI Uio  ������������������ Hospital for yeartl  <=3  "Kvcryo:-.*! In thn *.nwn  and yi-arn, no you will w������e  I   Kavu  it   ������   fnir  trlnl.  liriff-v ,  nt rri7 rs  iae* waa illstltturi-d  v<*ry badly.     A rtortor  told mo that I hIioiiM nrvi-r f������,-t rid of It.   I  mpVUi .HJUIui.i III uoilui. ' IjUJ.i, Uli.l 1 ������UL li'iixi  s������iv������rul h.->4.i,tuU but iiwt:ili:j; did any c<KMt.  "Then one day n tiiirli- of mine ri-rom-  tnended the Cuiictim. Ucmedlci. 1 tool- hln  advice, and cornmencfd to nn tli������ Cuticura,  tto*p. To in^ ChtoulHlnni'iit an 'mprovi'im-nt  ������t once net In, -nd uy hair, v.liicli had been nv  roinplnte   iiiums     f ucalixi  and   M-urf,  aooti  imitmA t loo!: i spli'iiilld condition. Then  ijoiii'li' j, ',ox of (Juttciira Oluiiunit, and  *hl. ciiiurftd rn/ -kin ondrrfully. In a tt.vr  ���������w^k*' time ..ll trace of tin- ncaly eruptloni  hod con .il<-trly (lA,ii,|iiM-ur<-<J., Now my i,Mu  In c'nar and hraltliy, and thanks to Un: Cuticura Jl-nrd'ci  I  am, oruplMely  f"r'^', f,"  ������.a.a:..I   -.      ..I.  ...J,   i*. ������K...*������'U.^  :*.. ���������������������������.-....--.   ..  'i'h Ciiiiriiiu, Uru.A.li. a arc worth th'lr  ���������wi-lr-Iit In eolvl. and one tablet of Oullnini.  iBoap |"0*������> furtlier than luiir inVr-. ui'Iiui^r  wnaiia. It lia/i IhoukIi'. Ii*|tjilii<>'������ .'it<t my  l.ome.* (fllBiied) Un. fiullor, 17, l-riifufi  Hi! Ttie ntterrldi-, KIiik'm Norton, bit-  ���������ailuglnini. Em*., July 'Lid, 1010.  <*..* K:...   M^>.r, ������r..l   f|l,,t m^nl  It  *wli<*r������,   but   Ihosn   wlio   wisli   tn  uitl.A..,,.*     ..........     ....*    .4/%    ..r.     I,..     ,  you mean to force me to speak more  plainly still. You have a hold over  my father. He is deeply in your  debt. You have lent him a large  sum of money, not out of any feeling  of friendship or generosity, but simply because you thought you could  force me to marry you. Did any one  ever hear of such a situation except  on the stage? I know that if I do  not change my mind you will visit  your displeasure upon my father, you  will make it impossible for us to remain at Haredale Park any longer.  It seems a strange thing that a man  should be so lost to all sense of decency as to use weapons like these  to compel a girl to marry him. But  it hasn't stopped there. My father  iiaii Lulu me quilt- plainly, trVeii brutally, that unless I make this sacrifice I am no longer to consider myself  as his daughter. I can turn out as  if I were a mere underling to earn my  own living. Very well, I am ready  to do so. No, I don't want words  from either of you. My mind Is  made up and there is no more to be  said.  May turned  nway and  left the library with her head held high and a  bright color burning her cheeks- She  was very near    to    tears,    but    was  grateft 1 for the pride which had t!ar-  rled her through this    trying    interview  without the    semblance    of    ii  breakdown.      When they were alone  I Sir George turned to his companion,  I wouldn't havo believed it, he said  ! apologetically.     I never expected that  May  would  be  so disobedient.       But  you must, make allowance for her.     I  daresar In time���������    ������  Never,  Copley    said    emphatically.  She  meant*  every   word    she    says.  iYnd  if you  had  half  the  pluck  and  grit  she  han  you  would  never  have  found  yourself in your present position at. all.      We havo.nmdo a mistake.  Haredale,  we  have     gone    the  wrong way to work.      I don't, blame  you any moro than myself, but you  may depend upon it that your daughter will never be my wife.     She will  keep hor word;   she will go out into  Iho  world,  if noeeHNury,  to  earn  her  own living, and I shouldn't wonder If  nhi������ mndc r������ v������ry good ono.     I must  put   up   with   my   disappointment,   I  HunjiiiHi'.     I would givo half I pohhohh  io be able to wiy that your daughter  was  my  wll'o.      lint,  thoro  uiiiMt  b������)  nono of tjuwo harnli mounuro'*, llaro-  dale.     .lust think what people would  say!      We Hhoiild both bo boycott oil  all   ovor tho  country.        Tho    thing  would  got   Into  the papers anil  your  lift;   wouldn't   he   worth   llvliii;,       VW  muni find nomo othor way out,     And  now lot  im o.hango tho subject.  Kir tiVoi'Ko wiih    1'erfoe.tly    wlllliu*,  DcMpltc   hln  I'oinnh   nhatitiacy   Iho   ho  torvle.w hud boi'ii a trial to lilm, nnd  h������������  wa'" oxoi'o<lln-'lv chid It   win; ovor.  (To be Continued)      ���������      *  with hope and expectation, and he  rubbed off in franctic excitement to  the housekeeper of the haunt "d  grange.  This is splendid, he gasped. Someone has taken the house, hasn't ho?  I don't know sir, I'm sure. Perhaps  he'll come back for the house, b'lt  he's taken all the gas fittings.���������San-  Francisco Star.  YOU   WESTERN  MERCHANT  should carry a stock of the Wonder"  Fly Killer; a little, device of seamlena  metal,  unleakabie,  and  the' sure  ex--  terminator of. every kind of fly and  mosquito.     Retails at 15c.     General  agent,   Joseph   R. .Wilson,   204   Stair"  Building,  Toronto, or    Nicholson    &  Bain in Alberta, and Escott & Harmer"  for Manitoba and Saskatchewan.  USbavam   V***">**-    SsaTASS,    SAAaS    ff-AEUfe.  iiiiSii   iWHI   *.f������9   E%-5������������i   *smamf~  ���������XTJ JtTariaa ������ye Kernea?.  Ku E-raa-A-tiaff���������"eeii-  Flne���������Acta Quickly.  Try it *??r Bed, WeOaV  Watery Byea and Granulated Eyelids.   Illvus-  ���������rated  Book: In each P*cltaee.     Murine  **f^,  compounded by onr Oonllsto���������not a "Patent Had*  telne" ��������� ?*ut. used in successful Phyalclana" Pim������-  tloo for ttany years.   Now dedicated to tb* Pvb**-  Uo and sold by Druggists at 3So and (Oo par BoMIsa,-  Mnrlns ������>-��������� SalT* in Aseptic Tal>aa,.*Bo and Wt,--  IViurir.e Ey������ Remedy Ce^ GMoasflr  Ariother Nlmrod  Frederick Wilhelm, Crown Prini.**  of Germany, is going to. n write- a-.i*  publish a bcok of his hunting experiences iii India, Ceylon and Germany.  ���������News?'? '?.'?''  We know not how the Kaiser  This gruesome news will brook,  That Crown Prince    Frederick    Wil-  helm  Is; going to write a book.  A copying after Roosevelt,  At whom, the nations look.  All hail the Royal Nlmrod  Who stands and holds his gun  "While toward him. noor   .vild creat-  ures ���������  :   Are driven, oh the run���������  Let calfskin bindings cover  The deeds that lie has done!  ���������J.A.  <��������������� uurarre tCAR.-  || "PtkOQF"  euees  BBS!?  n.^j.-i-.-a-afa'; (PiHfinao et>oj sVMaE*rtMsrs������ tovv  w&mmmn<m cmt^ABs  ir*. ��������� nl<1 <������v#,r������".  II.V    tin-in  />,������/!l,w������    ,.-,  ;V������lt������ii XJ.-iii; i Vl'.r-r.. C'lrp . ���������*���������'" '���������'���������liimlni I  Avt������., floaton, XI. H. A., for a liberal mwiu,j*i  ������*t each, poat-lrue, with lU-if. akiu Ikm.*..  W. N. U. .005  1      Thni.KaitilH of i*riinllo kotll.'n nmv ho  ' found   Willi   ii   null*   iioii>   in   ntc   imi-  ,       . .... .  ! or tfiruiiioiiHCH .iii iivi'i- Iho omintry.  I Many of t 1i������-h*������ mlghl bo mivod liy  I rlmmltn* tbi* liolo out rouiul, Mllppltii;  lit rivet through and heading It down  Hood.  Of Course  Teacher ��������� The burglar leaped  tbiough the window as the detective  entered the room. How would you  punctuate that sentence?  Bright Scholar���������Make a dash ar.er  the burglar.  It ought not to be necessary for any  farmer to buy canned fruits or vegetables. These may all be put up  right at home, and. the saving Is considerable- A lot of satisfaction, too,  in knowing that your things are all  pure and good.  Pathetic  You can't sit up with my daughter  after It o'clock- ,  Would you mind telling her that  sir? I have been trying to got home  early tor six months.���������Life.   ���������'-,���������   , ���������  i DUBIOUS  About What Her Husband Would Say  A Mich, woman tried Postum because coffee disagreed with her and  her husband. Tea Ih just, as harmful  as coffee because it contains caffeine  ���������the Eame drug found in coffco. She  writes:  "My husband was sick for throe  years with catarrh of the bladder, and  palpitation of tho heart, caused by  off oo. Was unable to work at all  and In bed part of tho time.  I bad stomach trouble, was weak  and frotfnl bo I could not attend to  my housework���������both of uh iiuIuk col-  fee aP. tho time and not realizling It  was harmful.  Ono morning tho grocer's Wlt'o  said she believed coffco was tho  c.aufio of our trouble nnd advised  Postum. I took It homo ruth or dubious what my husband would say���������  ho was fond of coffee.  "But I took coffee right /iff tho  table and v;o bavon't urto.rt rt cup of  It slnro. Vou should have hooii tho  change ln us, and now my husband  never complains of heart palpitation  any more. My stomach trouble  went i.way In two weeks after I ho-  gan PotituHi. My children lovo It  and It. iloos them goal, which can't  lie unii. of coffee.  "A lady visited nn who wan uiuuilly  h ilf aide. I told hor I'd make hor ������  1 nip or IVoMum Who Knld It wiih  i 1'iHtolonn ntuiT. but hIio walchod mo  1 mako II. boiling lt' thoroughly for ir,  I tnliniteii. and whon dono who n.-ild it  ! waa HplondUl, Long bolllUK brlngi* out  I (.li-.. flavour ami food ijuality." Nmik  I olvon hv ''niiiidhin Postum f'o.. Wind.  nor, Out,  i *     .......    . ���������,,,  i.mm. in (11.^,11. tut   ii...  ..������...-.,.., ...,,,  book, "Tho UoikI to Wollvlllo."  Ever   rend   the   above   le,tt*r?      A  rifw onr* nppenr*, from timet  ta time.  They ure  oenulne, true, and full ot  bun in is, Intereat.  Snakes and    Sense  Ever since the serpent in tbe Garden of Eden double-crossed Eve, the  sons of men have been swatting the  snake. -  But now appears Prof? H. D-  Bailey of Muhlenberg College in Pennsylvania with a word directed especially to farmers. Ke urges farmers  to desist from indiscriminate snake  swattving. What is more, the profess-  dr wants to put some of the snakes  into the song-bird class, which is to  say, he wants them protected' by legislation because of their co-operation  with mankind in warfare on pests  detrimental to man's agricultural purposes.  Here Is a list of the professor's  special privilege? snake family; king  snake, milk snake, bull snake, fox  snake indl0-������ snake corn snake- and  common garter snake. We have the  professor's word for it, that these  snakes are harmless to mankind, and  are really benefactors because they  destroy rodents and many insects.  As a matter of actual scientific fact,  there are very few venomous snakes  in North America, but there is a terrific aversion and prejudice among  normal persona against the whole  snake kingdom. What Prof. Bailey  says is doubtless very well founded  on commonsense. It may be practical absurdity, to swat a friend, even  if it bu u auukts. NeveriheloHH wo  doubt very much whether legislation  would be successful in removing so  universal a prejudice.  When it comes to legislating in the  snake's behalf his snakeship la amenable to the oldest law Jn tho world  according to which ho haR no busi-  nc-is eating gophers and bugH anyhow. According to GoneHis all the  snake has any right to out Is dust,  and if ho had been following orders  he wouldn't bo here now.  Good Cheer  The vegetable days have come.  With garden sass complete  Enabling us to laugh,a lot  At the awful, price of meat.  ��������� -.    -���������-Baltimore  Sun  KOW.8 -TfflBT ���������  Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Ra-f-rari*  far any cose of Catarrh that cannot bo  euresi  by   Hall's   Catarrh  Curo,  ���������      .    P. J. CHENEY it CO.. Toledo. O.  Wo. the unt-ierslsmed have known F. J.  Cheney for the last 16 years, and bellovo  him oertecUy honorable In all' business  transactions, and financially ablo to carry  tut any obllcatlons mado by his firm.  WaMlna-, Kinnan & Marvin.  Wholesale Drugg-lsts.  Tolado. O.  Sf all's Catarrh Cure ta taken. Internally,  sctlns directly upon tho blood and mac-  aus surfaces jof tno system.   Testimonials  tLVilMlYiniy^w^*GBam\*T,hT,f*iHt\W  ?8; *:'.sw.-.. ft ->:; torbnti)' ���������.O.fs-tii'ti-i't:-  fiEST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AKD SHllB.  ���������XT.a   tl>������������^������^-n������������.  <*w)T*'S*'!> SVRO*  fe*&S   **���������*!   seed for eve? SIXTY YBAS.S"byMli-T,-fON9 oT  KOTHSRS for their CHIXa&RSN -WHXI^S-  TSSJTKi-KG, with ggaPSCT SUCCSSS. ^  UOOXHK8 tho CHILD, SOFTENS tha OUMSJ  ALUVVSall PAIN; CURES WIND COUC asdf  is the best remedy for UIARKHCEA. it is abw  ���������olntoly harmless. Be sure and ask for "Mnu  Witas'srw'e 8������*ath!sg Svrup," sad tmirm ������a oth^r  klud.   Tweaty-Sveseiitsa bdttle.  sent  free.  t*y_all DruBslots,  TaUo   laalFs   ~  OSttOP.  Prlco.   9������c  Fauibr  ������or oottlo.    ������oi������  Pills for CoosM-  .L  A Bad Investment  Uncle���������So. mv dear little nephew,  you haven't forgotten your old uncle  on his birthday. You have bought  me this nice smoking cap for a present. Thanks, little nephew, here's  a dime for you.  cost me thirty' cents.  LittV Nephew ���������Bio���������00���������boh!  cost me thirty cents.  It  Minard's  Liniment  Curou  Diphtheria.  Are vou still taking a coid plunge  every  morning?  No, I stopped doing that to save  time.  Why. cold -plunge doesn't take more  than a minute or two.  I know, but I used to spend three-  quarters of an hour curled up in bed  hosltttt'ng.  Botany v. 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Open   10���������8.30. t ���������  The Eclectine Botanic Remedy Co.-  263-265   Yonflo   Street,   Toronto.  il      ���������          ���������     ll        ii   .nil ..ii-ii "i    '   -T-  Dlgfllnfl for His Own Money  A young man recently got married  and Look a cottage, iioi.oiiniui.ii to  grow enough vegetables to keep tho  housohold going. Ho started to dig  up tho garden, and, after halt an  hour's hard work, was UHtoniHucd to  find a sovereign at his foot. Then  ho dnji* with vonowod arilm*. Revornl  pennies,' a six ponce and a half  crown rewardod his efforts.  Blow! It this ain't a blooiuiri'  /���������old mine! ho on Id digging nway for  all ho was worth. I wonder what  I'll tlnd noxt.  1-1 In arms ached, little beads of per.  spiration trickled down his nose, and  his neck folt as though it was breaking. He could stick to It no longer,  lie Htri)IghUuied his buck at last, with  a groan of pulit, and at the uiiino Instant fell flomothlng cold sliding down  his log.,   In a moment ho grtuipod tho  IvoUv  Thoro wiih  n   lioli. lo  bin  trmir*.  orw pocket.  ���������r���������*-Vi   ���������������������������ii-       |   ��������� i ,i __ |    TTmi-  Pity Poor Poyche  And whom rloon thin Htatno repro-  a nt? aalccfl Mi'i'. tiivcn, who waa do-  I iu- tho nuiHouui  under  tho gnlilanoo  or hor moro itopiiiHitouted iruuul, Aim.  That Im Psycho, ropliod Mm. Hrown,  oxoouUnl, 1 hellovo lu (,,.|*ra ootla.  Oh, the pom* thing! oxolahriod Mrs.  Oroon. How ImrburouH thoy ore in  ihose South Amoilijun countries  Tha Oil for tho Parmer.���������A bottle  of Dr. Thomn.iV Klobtrlc Oil in tho  farm Iiouho will save many a journoy  for tho doctor. It is not only good  for the children whon taken with  colds nnd croups, and for the mature  who mi'Tor from pain and aches, but  thoro aro directions for its uso on  sick cattle. Thore should ulwuys be  a bottle of it In tho house.  Reassured  Business waa brisk In the village*  store when the stranger entered.  Any, of you drive up in a trap? he-  asked casually. -  *Yes, I did, said   Farmer   Turmups*  disinterestedly.     Why?  Gray horse, and an old lady iu--  side? " *  Yes,  thnts  right!       But���������  Gait she manage him all right? said'  the stranger.  I should think bo, replied Turmups. Why, my wife's druv that old  horse ever since he was a 3-yeai;-oldr-  That's all right, then, said the-  Htranger. I moroly asked booausc-  tho gray haB juBt gone down the  atroot like a mad bull, and the old  lady'B hanging on to the back of tho  trap, screaming murder! Still, if  she oun lvniiiago him thero'H nothlnt*  to got excited about, How's tho  price of 'tutors down your way.���������Lda>  don Answers.  Mloht faetk** Mor.**v  Father, our daughter Ib being courted by a poet. ?  Is that ho mother? I'll kick him  out.  Not ho fast, Investigate prut and  find out whether ho works for a magazine or for a breakfast food factory.  ������������������Kansas City Journal.  Tho Chief Requisite  David. UeluBco, In an Interview In  Now  York,  condemned a certain ultra modern typo of nocloty woman.  ThlH tvpo, whioh biokllv Ihii'I  iviiiii'iouu, bu iiuhl, liven ou notoriety.  To a woman of this typo a lawyor  H'lhl ono dr. .  Yoh, mrtdnrn, T can got you tho divorce you .U'Clro- For $r,00 I can  got you a divorce���������and got It without  publioity,  ion.  .-������,      .   . i..������ i... i  > ....   ��������� >       ........  well-powdered forehead In a irown;  Hho lill hor rouged and over-rod Hp Jn  it moyiineo.  I hit what would It coBt, sho asked  with publicity?  Grieved  Now, what are you feeling bad1"  about?  Oh, 1 am utterly wretched. Ho*  doesn't love me as I love him.  How do you know?  Why, wo dlncovorod last evening'  that tho day wo havo not for our'  wedding day is tho day of tho open--  lug of t'ha most important Borlos to bo  played horo during the baooball  HoiiHon, and also there's a big bargain  sale at one of tho downtown ntoroB.  And ho wanted to change the, dato  ot the w odd Ing.  . Wo both wanted to change it. Her  couldn't mlBit tho opening gamo and  I juut couldn't dream of missing thoao  bllll-'lllUH.  Well, then I���������     *  Tint, ho wanted to have tho weddinfl'  n ilny Intor, whllo I HttggoHtod hav|iiB  It a day sooner.���������Houston Pont.  mm  mmwi%4B!mWmrfm\&  ���������M  imrttmm 1  il  t������ i incn    uy    c    B.  After   Five     Years     of    goffering���������  Three Doctors Failed and Said  Case Was Incurable  'Itching    and  Burning    Was Terrible  Until   Relief ana Cure Wau  Effected by  DR. CHASE'S OINTMENT  - Psoriasis    is    another   name     for  -chronir  erzema.      It   ia   the    worst  form of this dreadful itching skin disease.     Once    eczema   has    reached/  this str.ge it is usually considered in-  ���������curabli,.       ���������*'  But here is ������ ease which proves  again the wonderful healing power of  Dr. Chase's Ointment Not only  -does relief cotuti quickly, but tbe re-  .suiting benefits are thorough and  lasting.  Mrs. Nettie Massey, Consecon, Ont.,  ���������writeB:���������"I thought it   my    duty   to  write you telling you the great benefit I received from using Dr. Chase's  ���������Ointment.      For five years I suffered  with what three doctors told if ������ny  ,OT*e offered to guarantee me a cure  for $50.00 to keep my money in my  ^packet, as I could not be cured.  , "The  disease  spread all  over me,  even  on   my  face   and head.      The  'itching and burning was hard to bear.  At last my brother read iu the paper  about Dr. Chase's Ointment as a healer.      I used 8 boxes, and I am glad  'to say I am entirely cured, not a sign  of a sore to bs seen.     I cap hardly  praise the rintment enough, and you  are at liberty to vre my testimony, as  'I hope thereby to induce other suffer-  >ers to try the same."  Dr. Chase's Ointment 60c. a hox at  all   dealers   or   Edmanson,   Bates   &  ��������� iwuob,        &������,.*J,nCAT*.  Colorado Experiment Station,  Fort Collins, Colorado.  It is a well known fact that ground  j which is kept loose on top will evaporate much less water than a soil  which is packed on top. The moisture which escapes into the air is  absolutely lost so far as the plants  growing in that particular field are  concerned, aad if anything can be  done to hold this moisture in the  ground so that it may reach the roots  of the growing crop, it is of course  the thing to strive for, and will prove  a benefit to the plant growing in the  field.  Soiu*? years ago one of the representatives from "the Agricultural College was visiting an up-to-date fainter in the country, and the farmer  showed him a field of wheat which  iiluatrated this harrowing in a remarkable manner.  A storm had passed over that section of the country and about one and  a half inches of rain had fallen. 'It  had been a dashing shower and had  packed the surface of the ground con-  s'derabiy. The grain was from four  to six inches high, and the farmer  had been advised to harrow the ground  to prevent evaporation.     He sent his  ������^r-^i^l!^i%A^^aW3ff*'iJ^**'lia 'H^Ujj'y   ' ���������'lll''|"-'������WMHFsWaArsMMSBs  m * iTHjI'AJ-s��������� ��������� ��������� mmbTJ!Z1  t* r^ls*  ������>-   ML#<  ���������������������? Binders if IM^IMIlllIiifill?  fyieet   the   hardest  conditions   of   cutting and  binding.    Do the -work well.  \t often Happens  How did you happen to. lose your  girl?  I entertained her so lavishly while  we were engaged that she acquired  -expensive tastes. Then she wisely  declared that she would be unbappy  -with anybody but a millionaire, which  Discovered  You look down in th? mouth.-Don't  allow yourself to get too much cut up  .-about your girl throwing you over.  I'm not worrying oyer that. But  she sent me back toy engagement  ring marked    'Glass!    Handle    with  Teacher���������The  poem we have }:si  -read speaks of the "buttressed wall j'  Mamesie,   can  you  tell   me   what  a'  "buttress la?  Mamesie���������Yes'm, it's a girl or lady  -what butts in.  Few and Far Between  Pa, why do they call this strawberry  Bhortcake?/  Because the  supply   of    strawber  ed on to the harrow and dragged it  diagonally across the neid of wheat,  and then around the outside of the  field some five or six times. He then  became disgusted with the work because it appeared that he was dragging out sp much of the grain and reported the fact to the farmer who  ordered the work to berf discontinued.  By he .time the grain had headed  tbe -marks of the harrowed sections-  could, be plainly seen. The place  where it had been dragged diagonally  across the field produced grain at  least eight or ten inches higher than  that on either side which had not  been harrowed, and along the edges  o������ the field th������ grain was in a like  condition- The g**ain of the field  that had not been touched by the  harrow was not to be compared with  tbe harrowed grain, either in appearance, size of piauts or heads of grain.  The yield from the harrowed portion  was practically double that from the  unharrowed   portion.  It simply shows that    the   harrow-  A������Ag   S,aau   aCuSg1aa.ai&   Oa   tue   qu������"acaCc   sGia,  even though it did destroy some of  the plants, conserved the moisture and  benefited those plants that were left  in such a marked degree that it materially increased the yield from that  field, and shows that this practice  could be employed to advantage by  all farmers���������Dry Farming.  50.C00 Unclaimed War Medalain two large strong rooms at"Wool-  wich Dockyard, Woolwich, Eng., aTe  stored nearly 50,000 unclaimed  South African medals. Each is engraved with the name of the man  to whom it was awarded. These  men are notv now with the colors, but  a state of clerks and - a department  armed with medal lists and regimental records are endeavoring to trace  them.  Many of this lost legion are Irregulars who flnrkpd to the British colors when war broke out, but who have  since become scattered all over the  world. One young man, for instance  after the war, went prospecting in  the interior. He turned up recently  in Capetown after an absence of nearly tten years and asked .for his modal. It was given him. Similar demands from all parts of the British  Empire are received nearly every  week.  Hundreds of medals have been re-  \sC*> !���������.������*������,   All.   1 00 ii.tiCjui.cn    ApOtC  .PROGRESS   OF  CREMATION  at  ai.t.f*������t  1 *ii!  C70    0AAAA^\7  une on the Clerk  Captain Thomas Benet, who manages the mile-long seine at the famous Gloucester Bach shed fisheries in  the Delaware, south of Philadelphia,  says most big fish are weighed, as a  friend of his once was.  My friend, he states, was taking  a walk one morning after a severe  illness  10A4  At the end of ten years, according  to the King's regulations, those still  unclaimed will be broken up and the  silver debited to the mint. Many  riten have refused the-medal on the  ground that it is 'too cheap-' .Three-  quarters of a million of lb** ruedals  were struck���������a fact which may have  been lightly regarded.  But these South African awards are  not the only medals at Woolwich  awaiting claimants. There are 4,000  medals (with names engraved) for  the Zulu campaign of 18V8-7&, and also  seven medals presented by the British South African. Comuany for the  Matabole campaign. Claims for the  Crimean and Indian Mutiny, medals  are still made. On an average the  India c "ice give away twelve Mutiny  niPdals a year, while the war office  bestows one Crimean medal a year  and replaces about ten lost medals.  Minard's Liniment  Co..  Limited.  Dear Sirs,���������This fall I got thrown  on a fence and hurt my chest very  bad, so I could not work and it hurt  me to breathe. I tried all kinds of  Liniments and they did me no good.  One bottle of MINARD'S LINIMENT, warmed on flannels and applied on my breast, cured me completely.  C. H.  COSSABOOM.  Rossway, Digby Co., N.S.  Over Four Hundred    Cremations  Montreal  The British Medical journal ln a recent article on the progress of cremation give/ figures showing the  growth of this  method  of disposing  .-.4,    At,.     **..J     lH     -G*.-.*..-v*t/>  VA     ������,1A������7    14CA.U.     AAA    A-AA44 V.������,A^.  The total number of cremations in  Great Britain during 1911 was 1,023,  which shows an increase of 177 as  compared with 1910. Since the opening cf the Working Crematorium in  1885, there have been 9,984 cremations in Great Britain. At the present time there are 13 crematoriums  in Germany, six of which started operations last year. A law has been  recently passed permitting cremations  in Prussia. v.  In Switzerland there are now ten  crematoriums, three of which belong  to the municipalities of Basel, Geneva  and Zurich. There were 1,210 cremations in Switzerland in 1910.  There are about forty crematoriums in the United States, twenty-  eight in. Italy, five in France, four in  Sweden and Norway, two in Kussia,  one in Denmark, and one in Montreal,  Canada.  The beautiful crematorium in  Mount Royal cemetery at Montreal  was opened in 1902 and up to the  close of 1911, 401 cremations took  place there.  No matter how deep-rooted the corn  or   wart   mv   tip     it   mriat   ���������wia.lri    *">   Wr.1.  loway's Corn Cure if used as directed.  Pretty Smart Work  Residents In rival cities, Jones and  Brown were bragging hard about the  excellences of their respective homes.  Take our fire brigade, said Jones,  after ?n ho'-r's heated discussion. Do  you krow, the other day a fire broke  out in our town, and within three minutes the engine came along, but it  waa ffc*'T!2- c'"' fp^r thf>*- thp, drivpr  couldn't pull up till he was a mile  past the burning house?  Brown smiled in a superior fashion,  .?-!������������������"��������� dear fellow that's -"lothin0* he  said. One day two men were working on a church steeple in my city,  and suddenly one of them slipped. A  terrible death would have been his,  only fortunately, a spectator had the  presence of mind to call the fire brigade on the telephone, and they came  just ir. time to catch him in a  blanket.  Labor Saving   Device  Inquisite���������Say, stranger what kind  of ammunition do you use in shooting frogs? -        s  Andy���������-Pepper and salt���������seasoned  when vou shoot them.  Father bought a Rubens when we  were in Europe last summer.  Really!   What horsepower?  A Carping Friend ���������  A  college  offers  me   a degree for  a million.  Bo you want to be a college youth?  No, but I'd like a degree. ������~ "~~"  Oh,   why   spend   all   that   money?  Join   the   Boy   Scouts.���������Courier-Journal.  A Bad Break  Hostess���������Do have some of my cake,  Mr. Hopkins. I don't believe you've  ever tasted my own make.  Guest (aiming to be polite)���������Indeed  I have and I assure you I did not  wish to eat anything else for days  after.���������Boston Transcript.  !������������������������������������-  ' &Sf$-  .-*a  - .-SH  \*>~  ������*-*,*!  The Difference \ ? " >,$*-f  Bess-^What's   the     difference ��������� be*,'  tween a bin-1 with only one wing and;  one with two?  Tess���������I give it up. - ���������>���������  Bess���������Merely   the   difference   of  as Y^  pinion. .* i " '- ���������-'  When Holidays Begin l"nf'T!       ' '"Y  As you p������ck -your'   bag    or. -rtrunK" '" -:  going on a holiday" keep account o������iT/\  the articles you take with you. When.}]--tl  you start for home you will, thus know ti t\  .whether or not you havo lost, or mis- ^  laid anything.     And should "ine,. bag-jyvi  gage miscarry or get lost or^damaged..l',;-j  in any way a list of your belonging*-. *  will be most helpful in settling matters. .        *���������-      ���������  ��������� V- \  Plain  Speaking  Why, it's as plain as the nose on  your face.  Mrs. Scrapp���������Whenever my husband and I get into an argument X.  send the children out of doors-  Mrs. Rapp���������That's right. Frosli  air is a good deal better for the  children than hot air.  Marvelous "   "    f. (���������  Bobby���������This sailor must have been'  Mamma���������Whv?  Bobby���������Because  the    book-.says.  Well, anyhow   lt aint as plain as   "Having lit his pipe, he sat down on  ^  the   f2.ee   behind   vr>������r  nnop.���������Tatior * ui. .., a ������ n <, i  Contents of a Man  An average man of 150 pounds con-  As he trudged along he saw I tains the constituents found in 1,200  an acquaintance, a coal dealer, standing beside his scales.  Just give me my weight, will you?  asked my friend.     I would like to see  -a������   ."-������������������������  Ties used  ln it is so short.���������Detroit j how much my illness has pulled me  Tree Press. ^     . * down.   I     Weight,  Bill!  called  the dealer to  the clerk Inside.  And  then the clerk, thinking that  a ten of coal had been carted on the  'platform, sang out: Twenty-four hundred   just.���������Washington   *. Correspondence, New York World.  a gentleman wao was once stopped  "by an old man begging, replied: Don't  you know, my man, that fortune  knocks once at every man's door?  Yes, said the old man, he knocked  at my door once, but I was out. and  ever since then he has sent his daughter.  His daughter? replied the gentleman.     What do you mean?  Why.   Miss   Fortune.���������Flashlight.  Willie, said the mother sorrowfully,  -every time you are naughty I get another gray hair.  Gee! said Willie; you must have  'been a terror. Look at Grandpa.���������  YLadies Home Journal,  THE BLESSING  OF MOTHERHOOD  Healthy Mothers and  Children Make Happy Homes  Motherhood" la woman's highest sphere  In life. It is the fruition of her dearest  hopes and greatest tlosires; yet thousands of noble women through some de-  rangementhave been denied this blessing.  In many homes once childless thero are  now children because of the fact that  Lydia E.Plnltham'BVeffotablo Compound  makes women normal,heulthyandstrong.  ^This is evidenced by tho following letters  which aro genuine and truthful:  London, Oni.���������"I wish to thank you  for tM������ bonofli'I received by taking your  famouB medicine,  Lydia E. Finkham'a  V������*j*������tRbie Compound. Before my  baby was born I was  so ill I could not  stand long or walk  any distance. I had  Lo lid down r.carly  all tho tlmo. /After  I took your medicine  I felt like a now woman. I could work  from morning till nlcht and wm happy  and well. I certainly think lt relievo**  pain at childbirth and recommend it to  ������very woman who In pregnant. You may  use thin tostlinonial if you like. It may  help soma othor woman.''���������Mm. Frank  CoitttiN, 182 Adelaide St., London, Ont  Brooklyn, 1������LY.--"',I wan ailing all the  fim.i and did not know what tlie matter  v was. I wauled h baby but my h������mlU>.  ���������would nr������t permit It, I was nervoi.\ my  sldo ach-sdTu.d I wng all run down. I  heai-d that Lydia E.riukham-s VcgetAble  Compound wan good and took the ii,*-di-  C?~r.      T ?*:**."*' ""**,*" ���������* l"���������������">"������������������-">���������"! *K4|K.������  mnit  your Oomnound ban helped ine in 'avery  *WAy."--Wt3. 3. J. GrBV/AnT, 233 Uum-  bolfapt,, B-^aklyn. W.Y.  A- a Disadvantage  While awaiting -*he coming of her  friend, the mother,, a visitor to a Baltimore household, was holding a desultory-conversation with one of the  little girls  in the drawing room?  Where ar" your two little sisters?  the caller asked.  Oh, they observed the little girl,  with aji air of one upon whom the  responsibilities rest heavily���������they're  out somewhere to have what mother  calls mischief, and what they call  fun.  And why didn't you go to share in  the fun? asked the caller.  The child sighed. Mother trusts  me so dreadfully, she explained, that  I can't have much fun.���������Lippincott's  Libelled the L,abel  Paintings were not her specialty,  but as she gazed at a beautiful copy  of Millet's Gleaners, her admiration  of the work called forth enthualastlc  comment. What a wonderful picture,  she excluhued. And how natural it  looks.  , But what, are those pooplo doing?  she inquired, as sho bent nearer to  rend tho title. Oh, yos. I see. gleaning millet! How porfoctly fascinating!  i  '   Simple English  Tho French man aBkod tho Amorlcan  spar-maker what he was making.  A yard, waa tho roply-  How much have,you got dono?iwas  the noxt auestlon,  A yurd.  Where did, you got the spar from?  Tho yurd.  And tho Frenchman was vory much  surprised at tho lucidity of tho answers Mid amaeed at the simplicity of  our language.���������Christian RoglBter.  Whin th** M������?r**������ry Atartn  Brown���������So you'ro living in tho  country, oh! I Rupposo you get up  with tho chiokoiiH?'  Gr,.'4'n--lIuvcJi'l .'iny' fbli-km:.. T  got up with tho thormomoter.  eggs. There is enough gas in him  to fill a gasometre of 3,649 cubie feet.  The iron in him would make  four tenpenny nails. His fat would  make 75 candles and a good-sized  cake of socip. ' His phosphate contents would make 8,064 boxes of  matches. There itvenough hydrogen  in hin In combination to fill a balloon and carry him above the clouds.  The remaining constituents would  yield six teaspoonsful of salt, a bowl  of sugar, and ten gallons of water.  The- foregoing analysis is made by  the Practical Druggist, which adds  that a man has 500 muscles, about  1,000,000 cells, 200 bones, A gallons  arteries and veins, more than 25 feet  of intestine?, and millions of pores-  His heart -weighs from .8 to 12 ounces;,  its capacity is from 4 to 6 ounces iii  each ventrkle, and ^tB size is 5 by  3 1-2 by 2 1-2 inches; it pumps 22  1-2 pounds of blood every minute, 16  tons in every 24 hours, about ^,840  tons a year; ln a fully developed,  heaithy udui' it beats about 72 times  a.minute.  The change of dietary that comes  with spring and summer has the ef.  feet in weak stomachs of setting up  inflammation, resulting in dysentery  tind~~cholera morbus. Tlie abnormal  condition will continue if not attended to and will cause' an exhaustive  drain on tho system. The best available medicine is Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Dysentery Cordial,. It clears the  stomach and bowels of Irritants,  counteracts the lnfiamatlon and restores the organs to healthy action.  Manager* Wives  A well'known doctor, who claims  that .Canadian motherhood Is the  highest type in tho world, waB asked  if this was not partly duo to the unusual amount of responsibility tho  Canadian husband allows his wlfo in  family affairu.  Quito true, the doctor repllod. Tho  confidence her husband places In her  makes the Canadian mother capable  and solf-rollant. Tho mother's sharo  ln a familv'B success or failure is a  large ono���������much lurgov, indeed, than  most men will acknowledge.  T boo by the papers, a friend once  aald to mo, that Footlights Ib traveling under his wife's  management.  flo do most m.m, I roplied, but thoy  don't advortlso it.  Extermination of Rats and Mice  If it were generally know that there  is no trouble to rid a house, barn or  any building of rats and mice by *.he  use of Giliett's Lye, it is doubtful if  the article could be made as fast as  It would be used for this purpose  alone. The process connected with  using it i3 very simple, the plan being to sprinkle a, little of the article  in and around the holes made -by  these pests in floois. partitions, etc.  In addition to this it is well to use a  thin piece of board about a foot  square, or even smaller, and make a  complete circle of the Lye on the  board about a quarter of an inch deep,  and inside of the circle place some  meat or cheese. In endeavoring to  get at the bait the feet of the rats  and mice will be burned and the  whole colony, whether large or small  will Immediately disappear from the  premlses.:    ���������* ',  The plan is worth trying, but the  good kind���������-Giliett's Lye���������shpuld bo  procured. Refuse the many? cheap,  imitations  and  substitutes.  The Weddinq Gift-  The bachelor community of a certain suburb were greatly scared by  the advent amongst them of a fearsome type of the desperate, husband,  hunting spinster. After throwing  each of the bachelors into a state of  terror, lest he should be the recipient  of hor attentions, the lady finally captured the curate, ,  ��������� Local bachelordom was so Intensely relieved at Its escape that it united in presenting tho curate, with a  splendid wedding present in the  shape of a ooRtly table-service. The  curate was- over-whelmed. "Such  a magnificent gift!" lie gaspod.  Well, you seo, my boy! exclaimed  tho chief of the local bachelors. It is  really our thanksgiving service.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Garget   In  Cows.  Silly  /   Johnny ��������� OO-oo!     Earlio    Dobbs  punched my noso whon I wasn't looking.  His Pa���������What?   Whoro wero your  oyoa?  Johnny���������He told mo to cIobo thorn  a minute.  wlfo  The Leaser Half  Hon peeked Husband���������Is ray  going out, Dora?  Dora���������Yen, Hlr.  Henpecked Husband��������� Do you know  it I nm going with hor?���������Satire.  Proved Worthies*!  ���������JklMtlnt���������l iiavo no money, but i  will give you a Uttlo advice.  BtKKiir���������Well, if yer hain't got *no  monoy yer ndvico can't bo very val-  uiihln.���������Chr'Htlan  Advocate.  W. N. U. VOB  irr>h������on���������cm von'vo hounht a nlnce  of property ut Muruhvillu. How duett  your land Un?      ���������   ���������  Johnson���������Not nearly bo woll aa th*  Mfctmi.   v-ttvi   puiil   it  tO   m������0.  Why the Bulldog  Waltah, naid Colonel Clay, as he  rilnnood nronnrl rhn rilnlng room of tho  big hotel, you all can bring uio a  Kentucky broakfaut.  And what is that sir?,enquired tho  waiter.  Bring mo a steak, a bulldog and a  quart of bourbon whisky.  But why do you order a bulldog?  enquired the waiter.  To oat tho otcak, nub, roplied tho  colonoi.--'Cincinnati Enquirer.  A Dilfference  Ib your Vrother running for* office?  He wau,  but the newnpaperu havo  hhn on tho run now.  Of Course  Teacher ��������� The burglar leaped  tbvough tho window as tho doteollvo  entered the room. How would you  puiivlu-tlt) tiiAt iicntohec?  Bright Scholar���������Mako a dash ai'.ur  tho burglar.  I m���������^mmmmmm*******************  Good Cheer  The vegetable days have come,  With garden aass complete  KiiubllnR uu to laugh a lot  At tho awful prico of moat.  Baltimore Sun.  Father���������It's vory ������trango, but when  I want you to marry a man you ob-  Jeat, and  whonovor I forbid you to  ���������mnrry ������ mini vnn IiihIhI. lliiiin It.  .Dati'fhler���������Voh> And whuu wo uio  both iigreud, the man alwaya oh*  -jootn.  Nwtii-'nillv  Wan Jimmy   .llnlcu   angry at^  the  r������":5Ult ol isis    i!iu*rv'ew    *���������������������������������    ������������������"���������-4.���������J ,  Blink's father?  Well, Uo, did nay ho felt Quito put  trials I iuIiuIh,   U'h   tho    verdicts.���������  lout, 'Sketch,  What He Objected To  VtnltiiiK Chaplain���������Ah, my brother,  thin world is lull u( uiultt.  TliInk  I dtuino that?    "it ain't the  The liquids and the digested foods ia the alimentary canal pass through the*;,  wall of the canal into ihe blood. This process is called absorption aad takes olac&  chiefly from the small intestine. After absorption the blcod carries' dus food* , ;  thrcagh the body, and each cell takes,from the blood the food it needs, A pure -'<'\  glyceric extract stais from bloodmot. mandrake, stone, queen's toot and golden, ti,  Bz-l :u:d sc!d by dry**������;sts for the past forty years under the name of. ur. Fierce'ai #_  Golden Medical Discovery, gives uniformly excellent results as a t'onie to help, 'ti  in the assimilation of the food aad in the absorption by the blood cf the ioodj y'  it requires. Eradicate the poisons from the blood with this alterative extract*"'- -*  which does not shrink the white blood corpuscles, because containing no alcohol or*'  other injurious ingredients.    Thus the bodv can be  boi::*  up ��������� strong to resist disease.    This is a tbnio 'taken from- *.  F. R. Mokbo, Esc  Mr. Feed R.Monro, ol* Paradise. N. S., writes:    rl take greatS  pleasure in writing; you as regards my case and its core;   In Septen>r������  ber I was taken with Typhoid fever, which put me in a dreadful con-t  dition.   t was weak, run down, nervous aiid woe reduced to a-mere}  skeleton.   I had tried most everything I could set bat nothing- did mel  cay s^zi *2stfl,*ii !**.st. I vss "d-^sed t" try THr. Pfence's Golden Medicali   [ J  Discovery, and'Pleasant Pellets,'which I did.   Before I had. used one!   ,  bottle I saw a great improvement and when I had used this treatment,   L  ,s  two months, using: only a few vials of ' Pleasant Pellets.' I returned tot    --  perfect health.    I cannot nnd words to express my thankfulness forf  this wonderful medicine.    I advise, all suffex������a to write to DK.B.V.,  Pierce, as he cures when others fall." 1  The Clinton Motor Car Co,* Limited It.  Will Shew a full Une of 11  Ii  Meter Cars, Delivery Waggons, and Heavy Trucks, at the Winnipeg Fair  July 10th, to July 20th.        ' , . , ���������������  You aro cordlaily Invited to inspect these Canadian ttisGe care if you  visit the Fair. ..������������������-.  W������ want agents In al! the centres of Manitoba and Alberta, that^are  not already signed up.    For information address '  E. D. Cleghorn, Sales M^nageir,  Queen's Hotel, Winnipeg  A. I���������I ���������II4W--I ,11.     ���������  ,    ������������������ ->  Agents tor the Province of Saskatchewan r  STERNS & BURTON, SASKATOON  -.-��������� -i1..    '-,- ���������' mmmmmmamxBmmmmmmmmmmmt^mammMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmiimmmmtmmmmmiwuafmmmxm^twtmtmtpmmmmmmmBm  I til  3  HEAD OFFICE,     WINNIPEG Y  This company acts in the capacity of ���������  TRUSTEE,     EXECUTOR,     ADMINISTRATOR  and wc shall be glad to forward copy of   bur    Bookl*?*-    "Somathlnc  r.bout Trusts, Trustees and Trust Companies.*' oh request?' '    '  MONEY TO  LOAN  ON   FARM   PROPERTY  AT CURRENT RATES  1 OF INTEREST  < f-J  /m*Wys,&'Cml'%%'i,:<,:ti ,:,,'���������..'.���������....���������������������������.���������.!'.'���������     '������������������:���������:'.'. ar   -Y- ���������.���������"v  -���������'��������� r-'-Y-  SEE how handy my new granary Is.  You place four or five of them around  your quarter section. This saves time in  harvest hauling to stacks."  ������������������Thonmy granarfeucome in to hold your grain from each  stock. My granary lteopa grain clean, dry and unheoted.  Wo musty grain, no losses from rats or vermin. When  rcmlyhuuldiicctlo tjic elevator from th** cmn-iHiMi."  "I make several Bl7.es of this handy granary. You can  get 150, 200, 300,:400, 800, (500 and 1000.full meas-'1  ure guaranteed Imperial Bushel sizes (not  ~.S. bushels) and you set up any  _ranary in half a day. Remember  _ can move it easily any time. My  exuiia^savcsblsmon-tybyr.uttlnij-lowii  toaming and Ueeplng the grain right."  ���������'See how the man at the loft can ithovol  tutxiu in, from  tho Uuvf������jdijg  #ii.icliij-������e,  ft It has no iBg-opout to deliver grain  direct through the manhole on, the rooi.  The other man is bagging grain.  Granaries are had.  with door-section or plain, as desired.  My new Granary  is just right for saving cost.   It nays for itself in a year. J  It comes In ������ectlons---low freight cost.   A boy can set  up.   Writ* for my descriptlva booklet." . 700 r-1  -f^^NETl     small U.S  jp   [J^    you can  ���������Writ* for Uooklat hio.������������  The Pedlar People Limited,Oshawa.OntC  ���������WlKmVBO     0*iT.OA-ttY   KDMONVOW  7r.M>inh������rrI Ht.   Croirallloek  3to .turf HtW. j  ���������ABXAYOON MOOBK JAW *".ETHB*H*aB  ... MM.i.,^.,. n. ������,..,.., mm vifth St. <*������  Dlreot your inquiry to tnn tr-oalur place nearemi yuu.    *ris.y wi.* i.r.*vv������," yow ;  promptly and   aava you time. if  ,���������.^     *Tlht   Pedlar.   Qranary   l������   fire-proof.   Think what that mawaX^qfoffi  .,������i>  >ss������������ia������ai*siiiiis������>iia>in _-^_  THE    CRESTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B. C.  ������'���������'.'., i, ���������,"*,,..,., I.*,,,  .���������       <r    "-A\:-5AA-.-i-->-A������rt      ''���������nr/JWiil^'rii  A t"������������&       Va*# &*>������.������*���������#*       *\.������-������ *���������"���������*������������������ A***'  Unwished every   Friday at cnreBton, isritish Co.umbia, by ihe Cn-niuu Fruit-  ngand Publishing Company, Ltd.  1   Creston Hotel  S****^ ���������ij^^'m'^ ^ v t^^fe-frAf^ftyyi^^i*^  ������*?-���������>  W. B. McOlure  Editor and Manager  The Review is the acknowledged udvertisinp* niednm. of IheCrestoii ynlley   cir,  cnStinrZ in nearly one thousand homes throughour. the Great on district nnd  -aachrne out in a broad manner into other coinmonities.    Our Hdvertiwiigt rates  Abased on the scale of tbe Kootenay and Boundary Printers' Beam of Trade.  ������fndowcWe and land'lease notices, ?7 for statutory time.     Display  adver-  titemen^  $Tper inch per month; oiher advertising 10 cents per line first lesue      ^  anSTeemiTpifr Jiie in succeeding weeks.^ Subscription  ,..<������  ft flu  a year iu      gg  advance     Our columns ..re open to contributions d^iii.e in .moieis of local m-      xn.  terest and the wellare ot the community.     Contributions inu&t  be brief and  signed.  IL HHtilffiBT  onmmm cores  To Consist of Nine Sec  tional Conventions*  All farmers are invited to participate in the "World's Greatest Agriculture Convention, and the Seventh  International Dry-Farming Congress  at Lethbridge, Alberta, October 21-28  inclusive. 1912.  This congress of farmers will consist  of    nine    sectional   conventions   as  follows;  Coherence of Souls  Discussions on soils, their diseases  and treatment, the building of soils,  ���������conservation of fertility and moisture,  tillage methods for all soils, climates  and crops; special uses of machinery;  ���������a comparison of machines and results,  "conference of crops a2fd csop  Breeding  A. study of home breeding of seeds.  seed [selections; discussions on crops  and commercial profits, forage, fertilization, etc.  Semi-ready Suits  To Special Order  IP THERB la ao Seml-icady store In  your town you may have a Semi-ready  suit made to your special order iioiu patterns. Send ior ' King's Own" serge  suits at $20, vitb style book and sell-  measurins forms. Guaranteed. Sold at  the same price eretjrwlieic is Cnuads.  Have you. sees the style book, ** Sir! *'  One for you at Ssisi - ready Liaitsdj  Montreal.  ^Sl   \ /OU  will  make   no   mistake  2t9A*lV'/A,      g  .    AVjjen you get off the train  '-'if you sign tbe register at  J The Leading j  tbe   Creston   Hotel.       Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study tbe comfort of our guests;  Th^ rooms are well furnisberl iii  a manner up-to-date.  "0C4AA4  ���������KaSgSsUo?  Headquarters ior Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  G. Fred Joitnston, Fernie. B. C.  COFKBENCE   OF   AGBICin,TUBAI,  Forestry  ��������� matter of vast import to the modern farmer  is  the  establishment of  "windbreaks,   protection    for    stock,  beautiflcation of the heme, fuel supply  ������tc.   What is being occompiished by  -governments for farmers and by farm-  ���������ers for themselves in many parts of  -the world will be covered in discussion  and methods of establishing fruit trees  under sub-humid conditions  will  be  studied,  Conference on Livestock and  Daibyino  The recognized necessity of basing  agricultural wealth upon diversified  farming bos mode thiB section of the  congress of vast importance. Every  phase of loss and gain in the , production, breeding and maintenance of  livestock for power, transportation,  market food and dairy supply will be  covered.  Conference ok Agricultural  BBTTCa'aTION  This is tho day when every progressive farmer realizes the value of edu  surface the modern farmer owes most  of the drought resisting plants,  scientific breeding and investigation  the farmer is deeply indebted for increased acreage yields and crop improvement. This couference will be  devoted to research work and will be  of vaiu������ to the scientifically inclined  farmer.  CQKFFJRE>-CK OF AwWCUTaTURAI.   GOj>'  LEGES AND  EXPERIMENTAL   STATIONS  This wiii be the second eonfcrcacc  of men who are giving their lives to  the cause of agricultural science both  in college aud in field, From every  part of the world will come represen*  tative thinkers and teachers to discuss  the problems confronting these -workers in sub-humid districts or where  drought is frequent* Sessions will tie  open for all delegates who wish to  hear the addresses.  International Congress of Farm  Woakv  Farmers are asked to  bring   their  wives: women farm owners are asked  to attend and participate; agricultural  colleges are asked to send their home-  economic workers, field directors, etc.,  to assist.   Some of  the  most  noted  rural heme nurses, sanitation experts,  domestic science, garden and poultry  experts on the continent have accepted invitations to attend aud participate and every problem confronting  women on the farm wiii be freely discussed  along  practical   and   helpful  lines.   ���������>        '  ./"  We have just put into  stock  three  jPhonographs with all tlje latest attach-  Jsjmerits 'including the new bygnet horns.  They geii at the following prices:���������  Home Phonograph $65.00  Standard Phonogfaph $45.00  Fireside Phonograph $35.������������  We have also 150 four minute records in stock and they are well assorted.  I>  ���������    '*'������Ar>4jV������^**i    ii*������iin' o. I*-^ sf^sTiJer -   1     Cm  \  Phone 5!  '���������%���������  transfer. Liverv and Feed Stables  *��������� ���������***  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  All class of TURNOUTS supplied at snort notice.   The latest styles of  CUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.   Saddle and pack horses a  Speciality.  Feed for sale.      Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Co.    . Horses for sale  I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains  at any honr of the day or night.   Commercial men and landseekers, will  receive prompt attention  , McCredth, Prop  Sirrlnr Avenne Box 14  Hi  J**"!  ah  i  tit  10*  i--gi������-*g*9-*3:-������9S-9'-9'-3:-P'  M  %aive creston 7 a. m.  Xea.vc iftetepn sp.nr  Creston ������ranacmen'a  Bycursion  12, %9\2  flelson and  ISsturn  Sbults $2.60  ChilOten $ V.3O  CONFER ON FUTURE  BUSINESS PROSPECTS  .���������<     i  Great Things AreThought  to Be in Store With  CanalOoening  Nearly 200 strong, representing in-  eating the boys and girls to love anc' j vestments of millions of dollars in  profit by the farm.   Much public dis-j lumbering, grain, farming, mercantile  vmsslGii of the subject ban shown the  futility of expecting results withoul  being able to present to congresses,  parllments. legislatures nnd political  powers generally some concrete plait  whereby intelligent and practical law.*  ���������may be oniformly adopted looking ti  tho establishment of vocational education In tho public schools. This conference will givo opportunity to organ  Ixo influence in this behalf.  CoN-tmiiRHCR on Farm Management  The vital and deciding point in the  ���������*o"H.uoi4*t.Gn of the profttab!erM*H������ *>f  farm Ufa is the bank account.    Hcien-  tlflo buninusH management is as neces-  Muy on tho farm as In tho mercantile  establishment. The farmer who knows  lnow to (stop tho leaks, drop monoy  losing crops, take on money making  crops, utilize hla  powor,   stock  fei*d  StUli iluip to tliu urnt iusv/������im/.aka- ni,.,.,,.,  have no fear of failure.   TIh-hi* mv nil  matters to be conuldorod in tin- '11m-  ���������otiHilons beforo thla section. ||n \\w weHtern oxport of K'"in witi  ���������nowvrsiwwMf-wnHHoiKVTiFirnitH Ifiulcl  Ix-forii ilm convi>n  and railroad interests, men of western  Canada's  most   successful   organizations gathered in Calgary last Friday  and Saturday for tho Panama Canal  conference.     They mot together for  .ho   purpose    of   arousing    interest  through out Canada In general, so that  when the Panama Canul   is   opened  Canada will huvo in its Pacific seaports those facilities that will enable  the Dominion  to take its place with  tho other nations in  graHping tho opportunities   that  tho new  waterway  i-nnto will open up.  The convention decided that it  would not go on record as favoring  tho plans of any one of tho p<>rtn. The  assurance was, howovor that western  Hixukati'liowun and Alberta heartily  favored the weHtiTii export route imil  would be roiuly to take full ml vantage  '���������    ��������� > ��������� 1 ��������� .i.i     ., ,.,  ��������� II      Wl|lll.l*V11|-     U.V  .1111. ..     ...,���������...,     "���������       I'..'  Vlll'-Ci.  The cluliiis of HevolritoUe lo a  share  of Trade of that city. "He declared  that the Columbia river could be utilized for the export of wheat which  would be taken from the cars at Revel-  stoke and .placed on light draft steamers and barges and floated down the  river to Portland. He claimed that  by this route wheat could be carried  from the prairies at a cost of Ave cents  a bushel, as compared with nipe cents  to Vancouver. ,  W. A. Blair of the Vancouver Board  of Trade Hays when the canal is opened  the prairies will have three or four  million bushels of wheat besides between four and live million bushels  of othor grain to epeport, and he says  Vancouver is the port through which  it will be exported.  Mr. Blair stated that with tho opening of the canal, the rate on grain  from Saskatchewan and Alberta will  be nine cents a bushel, and tho ocean  rate via Panama will bo 111 cents to  Livorpool, a total of 22 cunts. This  compares with charges of 25 cents a  biiHliel via Fort William ami the lakes  and !ttl cents per bushel via the winter  all vail route to the Atlantic coast.  Mr. Blair expressed the opinion that  on tho opening of the oanal at least,  half of tho 800,000 hniuignnitH who  annually Iinni ������>n the Atbintb'.-i-oiihI,  i'li'in KurK'U' ivillbi- ilivi-i li-il lu l\ici-  fli* coast ports.  FOR SALE  Five acre Fruit and Poultry ranch for  sale. Close-to town adjoining the meadows and suitable for stock or dairy  cattle. Bearing orchard bring in good  income.      Apply owner % Review.  SCHOOLJEPORT  ALICE SIDING SOHOOL  Pupils attending during June were:���������  Fourth Reader:-Alice Carr and Florence Berry.  Third reader.-Ronald Smith, Alice  Berry and Stella Berry.  Second reader :-Ruth Smith, Cecil  Mathews, Ronald Stewart^  First reader:-Walter Carr, Hector  Stewart and Joan Boebo.  Primer: TheroDO Ohurohil! nnd. Dolly  Borry.  Roll of Honour. "StrathoonA'' Shield  awarded for merit of tho whole year and  hold for one year only, wns won by Al-  ico Carr. General Proiloiouoy :-Alloo  Carr. Doportuumt :-Rutb Smith. Punctuality and Regularity :-Stolla Berry.  F. ������3. Dental', Iuhoajua.  "kiitiiiB mv piifnii��������� mniicffi*^  iu iUuii 1 ni UiiLI^Ug. UiU LIlUUUiiY  'ti Can you pnt away enough each month to assure  you a tidy sum to keep you in your old age?     ,  If not you ought to -de* SDtnething about1 it* What?  Why the same thing that thousands of men under  '-'"'���������'    . *���������' Kb"**;  very similiar circumstances have done..- InVGSts- S^  "Yes", you say,  "but I have not *inoney   to  in- ^f2*  vest".    You have ten dollars though haven't'you?  Ten Dollars Will Start You Towards Independence If You Put It Into a Lot In Fort  Fraser.  Ten dollars down and ten dollars a month will  |n buy a lot in this coming great city  of British  Co"  lumbia's Interior.    In  a few  years it will  make  you enough real money to  Insure  you  against a  rainy day-  '*i *  si.  jrj  \m  4\  WATER NOTICE  Tho latest news from Regina torniiilo  rliHiiHtor in which two ohurebos, Iho V.  M. C. A. building, tho telephone ex.  ohaiiKC, a grain elevator wore doinoliKli-  ..,(    |,������i,(     ^n,iy    nilior   iinibliii'i-M     luillly 1  wreelied Inst Smiiliiy, gl'ViiH 2K uh I lie  niimlini* Ulllod. Many were injured. A  relief fund 1ms been oollooloil in ninny  of Cnuiirl-*'''Mt.1f*H which now imimmtH  ,....-   ���������--���������  - irinvnr  *'T,n nan       Uei/lna hllH   nlri'iirlv I  To iiclentlflc exploration o< tho earth I tlon by Mr, Jl. F. AtkhiM, ol the Board  oomiueiiood to rebuild,  Wo, Tho Bedlington and Nelson  Hall way- Company of Vancouver, B.  C, by occupation a railway couipany,  give notice that wo intend on tiio zuii  day of .luly next, at oluveti o'clock in  tho forenoon, to apply to th** Water  doininlHfllonei' at his olKIco nl. Nelson  11, C. for a lieenco to take and  one one-half (}$) cubic foot of  water per ne.cuiiil from an unnamed  crook, a tributary of Kootenay Lake  U> bo (liveried at, a point about BIU)  degrees N- ���������!'> minutes 2H H������>fond*4 F.  above Water Tank.  Tho water will lie used on our right  of way, for domivit le purpoHOH, tor  locomotives anil trains.  A. 11. MaoNkiix,  ooiieiiui- ior iieiliiuguui ami  Aiinn.in  itiiiivvii,y   cii.i������ii|>it,liy  Datod this 121 h day of Juno, 11)12.  r ort    r rasar  ���������situated in the heart of the. most fertile part  of British Columbia.-with millions of acres of fertile farm lands surrounding it.  ���������at the head of icco miles of   navigable water  ways leading to the sea,  ���������wiih mineral resources and water power avail gjgf*  able in magnificent abundance. mX^  x^mmm*      ^m^.       StJSMSSJjA     BMSISjl _____    ^g^_ -��������� ������SfJLSj������     .jl4.kU|l     ^^mtx^ mt Is^Bwi  FORT FRASER ~ we say - is the place *"a���������  for YOU to make YOUR "stake"  Lots run from #200 up aud you only need $10  down and $10 a month to get one.       \  When the Grand  Trunk Pacific Railway gets Wl,  there early next year your lot will double in value. SS2*  A booklet and more detailed information is yours '*"  for the. asking.  ACT NOW  Dominion Stock & Bond,Corp,,  Limited  Vancouver, B* C        *jjC  mtl0ltlllt^mm1mmt*ammmmmmmmimammmimmm^^ ^^^X^N  -M          WmxQ  JH3| Im   i*5k."*ilBB !"���������           SMk������8*IMISl           SlS HiSISMMIIMI       wStlla^  ��������� ��������� *^ m    *m>^m* a. ������������w mm m   w������ w ������, ^-^-   at ������'     >-���������            '   '       ���������'       "  .- - ',.������������������' I���������," p   u  \mti.  SSAgenis for Creston and District. S  ~ I^TJ ������ mm mm mm ������������������������������������Mi-Ill ���������������������������������������������������������������%������ ������������������Mail^.N  p \pppp^mTir\VTmTyV^^ aAJTVTSTW^ ^ '  .,,^U>ll||44lln������A4JA,tU.*lfA*ilW.[^4-|K,lll4,.,^A������.l|.i,iiti..������;'4i  IJilll-BlilllljliilWiilllMI 'lln. iilMllilimmH-MlWWII  ^^L^i^^^^  '/  -riiiifW'iiTiiTfflimiWiiili w****S**���������m ��������������������������� **"i  fM rf   ii'ii.Ti   *���������  >^-*^--/-V'  ���������^^^r^^,^^^^  *^&������3������SB  i -*br**J* i. if'^���������i-'y-sS  js?   yrv***-   *a*ihwiC'iijtx;j  ^r     JTH-jS    ** ^-~s ���������*��������� JtMJitfa'Wf'i'  /"   ^Vi*^.^*-^  ^^i.   ������������������- - --o   ��������� 3    ** ���������*���������A**'*  J-(' ���������SsrtAJB  I --     JL  5" . I  g    s * Wholesale  5    I       Provisions,   Produce,   Fruit  Sift     ������ General Commission Merchants  |   | NELSON        -       B.  r  COMPLETE  #*%8!181i������������!  S7SiSS*8"! 1���������" ������a <!* ea**s  r������i iiiiaCcii a*.  S  ARE  MONEY        SEEaS  g\' j Sow Burns'Fertilizers  5   i And Reao Dollars.  g   j Call or send for   our  m\ I New  Pamphlet  which is  mu     m  HI . i full of useful information  w   8 for Fruit Growers etc.  3.   I  ffftaBE%BB,g%  il r. mum & uo.  Limited  CRESTON  JbJ.U.  I  !  irieaa Omce  OAT *1AUV.  b -  VKR;  VANCOU-  KDMONTON.  ^!scttj*i.c ���������P^sttorss* for IVl**!!.  PhoSDhOnoI restores every nerve ln the body  , ,    , - mr... ...to its proper tension; restores  -vim and vitality. Premature decny and a'l sexual  Mr. Ofner has arrived with his family  Mr. Ofner looks like doing business he  brought a car load of effects including a  team of horses and a stump puller, he is  now busy clearing a site for his buildings.  Mies Phoebe Butterfield arrived home  from Cranbrook Monday.  Walter J. Cooper, Monrad Wigen and  Joe Wigen went to Nelson, Sunday to  take in the Dominion day celebration returning to Duck Creek, Wednesday.  -.     sai^h hat    -?n������4..���������so^ia  jit .^.^a    ~    x .-.  AAAADO   X1&.   XjXxVUVXl&ViQ,   Wiii PfJCSCi     S    twO  months vacation at her homo at Duck  Creek.  Two of the ranchers houses will have  to be moved off the right of way of the  government road.  Mrs. Burgess visited* Mrs.  Campbell  of Moyie for a few days.  Mr. Lawson of Calgary stoneworks is  spending a week at Kitchener, fishing  up Goat river.  Mr. H. Leonard and Wisler of Oreston  are busy painting the government bricU  **���������*���������,v.**- *-t,w*w������  Mra. Sheldon of Sirdar visited Mrs.  G, A. Hunt this week.  Miss Anna Needhfem is spending her  holidays with Mrs Hunt.  Mr. and Mrs. Andeen spent a week in  Cranbrook.  NOTICE  Nelson LandYDislriot���������District cf West  T?* *%. r\ m- r* *-*, r������ Vi*  **.M*nj*rOxavmjf  sGHOQL REPORTS  Honour Koll for June of Division I  Creston Public Sohool.  Total enrolment 40. Average attea-  dauce 34.  The following is a list of pupilB promoted.   Names in order of merit.  From second class to Junior Third:���������  Lillian Cherriugton, Ada Brown, Frank  Bunce, Ernest Beeby, Nellie Wilson and  Orin Hayden.  From Junior III to Senior III:���������Erma  Hayden, Bessie MoMahon, Ruth Kling-  ensmith, Harold Goodwin, Mabel Hus-  orof fe, Percy Boffey, Arthur Hurry, Edna Holmes, David Dow, Evelyn Burton,  Katie Boffey.  From Senior III to Junior IV ;������������������Ly-  da Johnson, Bert Hobden, Olive Gilpin,  Greetioe Wisler, Ella Leamy, Philip  Hurry, Charlie Leamy.  Froia Junior IV to Senior IV :���������Zaila  Johnson, Ronald Lidgate, Norman Trotter, Koberfc Maxwell, Clarence Maxwell  AnnaXi. Neeham, teaoher.  il& i ������ 01  The bridge crew axe busy with the  bridge work here. They will have from  six to eight weeks work, having four  bridges to build.  Miss Florence Bathie of Cranbrook  came down Sunday to spend a few days  at the Lafceview Bunch, she was accompanied by her brother who is a member  Of ths Or?t*bi*i"inlr T.nuoroBS? cl-���������**   *"1*"1   bft  vent on to Nelson to play in the game  ._ _   ......           .e aecny ana a'l sexual  weakness averted at once.   Pkoupiionoi will  Cranbrook versus Nelson on Dominion  - make you a new man.   Price S3 a box. or two for ,  $5.   Mailed to any address.   -Slxe Scobett Urns    -. ���������  Go,, St. Ctetbarlnes. Ont. , day.  4.C44A.O   AAUIIlCo   AIAAUU    *,       V. A������J       -A-.*. .. ^ *��������� ��������� ��������� C3 7  of Creston^ B- C, occupation, agent, in  tends to apply ior permission to purchase the following described lands;  Commensiog at a point on the east  boundary of los; 9269 about 20 chains  north from its southeast corner, thence  easterly 40 chains, south 40 chains, west  20 chains, north 20 chains wast 20 chains  north 20 chains more or less to the point  of commencement containing 120 acres  more or less.  Guy Lowenberg,  Dated May 10,1912. Applicant.  1  sa       |  I  THE   HOME  OF   THE  TRANSIENT  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  ."   *>*V ���������&"*������  W. M. JOHNSON,  Proprietor  This Hotel is one of the  best known* and popular  Hotels  in   the   Kootenays.  The dining room is strictly  up-to-date and the bar supplied with only the best brand  of goods.  Creston, B.C  r& a ������*& uSmmW ��������� jBB^-  '  _ ^mm        ^as^^.^*e^^ Aa\m\mmm  "5'  '������������������fi?  mm. ���������**i^������^fc.*,**i,'a������A>. *^!s*a*^0*^^n  *z^z 1   F ITS PRINTINU  F-g/S*  ��������� X.  >A*Sl  m  to  m  YOU WANT  IT  ii  w  w  .*v.  \w  w  il/  \J/  \*/  iv  ihi  w  \4>  v*/  j%im*mm^wmmi*M^m  h   v .v  r  BILLHEADS  to  to  to  to  to  m  m  to  to  to  Division II Creston Public School-  Total enrolment >41.   Average attendance 34.33.  Sos3 Oherrington received the RoU of  Honor for Proficiency, Euth Compton  for Deportment and Annie Maione for  Regularity and Punctuality.  The following were promoted to the  sesond reader;  Bose Chetrington. Helen Barton, Edgar Benney, Bert BofEey, Wilfred Barton , Beatrice Dodds, Hazel Hobden,  Denzal Maxwell, Agnes M^Peak and  Frank Boumsno.  The following were promoted to the  first reader;  Stanley Boyd, Ruth Compton, Terese  Maidne, Ardrey Wilson and Jesse .Wiles  Those promoted to the second primer  were, Harry Benney, Jean boyd, Henry Brown, Elmer Burton, James Dodds,  John Dodds,' Agnes Hobden, Annie Maione, John and George Beeby and Susie  Hurry.  Those promoted to first primer were,  Ruth Lidgate, Eva Holmes, Joe Rou-  m'ano, Caroline Torohia and Willie Sullivan.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000  MONEY  ORDERS  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce,, are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive'method of.remitting- small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at  the followiri"- rates : -.  i  $5 and under   Over     s> and aioi exceeding $10   IO  30  ou.  50.  3  cents  <<  ���������*   .Oh  1<J  <<  15  <������  REMITTANCES   ABROAD  a.a  should be made by means cf our SPECI**\L  FOREIGN  DRAFTS and  MONEY  ORDERS.    Issued without delay at reasonable rates.  TERCY-CB. FOWLER, manager, Creston Branch  g The British Columbia Nurseries Co. Ltd.,  B.C.  i  ���������  Have just received an 80 pap;e illustrated'  and descriptive catalogue of their fruit  trees, shrubs, roses, etc., which is free for  the askiug tb intending  planters.  Apple direct to this office or to W. S. Watson  at Creston, B. C.  A TRIAL ORDER wil! convince th most  critical of the superiority of our one year old "1  tres on three year roots. I  Th������ B* Qa Htaamm������s"i������m Gom Ltd**  Z4&3 7tit Awe. W* Vancouver, B* G.  The following had u perfect attendance  for the month;  Harry Benney, Elmer Burton, Wilfred  Burton, RoseCherrington, JamesvDodds  John Dodds, Annie Maione, Terese Maione, Denzal Maxwell, Frank Roumano,  Joe Roumano, Caroline Torohia and  Susid Hurry.  M������y Johnson, Teacher.  srabe!  Saddle and  Harns  fEa/rmmmmw>������mmCmm*w  m m*&f*mmma. mmmfff  ti-ti, * SPECIALTY  Dealer in   hiffli��������� ������������������'class  boots and shoes.  cm  S8SSS  ancheri mr. B'usinessmaii!!'  Advertise your business Sy having neat  wi  ��������� v.* 1.  to  to  to  libOTipwi ������2M per ?e%  ^   w. . ������������������.���������** .���������*^.*Ss������.'*^.-*^^.-*s!i*.-***m'^ ���������^���������^���������'^���������J!ft!Ja ^'***;��������� ~;  ERICKSON SCHOOL  Pupils   in   attondauoo  during Jnne  were, in order of merit:���������  Entrance:���������Willie Long, .Tanie Long,  LewiB Littlejohn.  Third Reader-.-Lome Botterill, Stelln  Stinson, Stella McKelvey, Ray MoKel-  vor,.Paul Stinson.  Se3ond   Reader :~Andrey     Attridge  Hugh Grnhnw. i^rrtnk Hott*������rill. Walter  Long, Chnrl������8 Bottorlll,   Qernld Tim-  mons  First Grade :-Ahnoda Attridge,  Willi un Graham, Gordon Cross.  The following are to bo promoted to a  higher oIhhs;  Iiomo   ButtoriU,   Stella  StiuHon (on  t-rlul), Andtoy Attridge, Hugh Graham,  Frank Bottorlll, Walter Long (ou trial),  Altnoda Attridge, Gordon Crona.  Prize wlnnars during tho term wore:-  Xtigulav nlt^ni-ltinco.   Andrey  Ariridgn;  ���������    * *     ,  Good conduct", Aimed1*. Attridgo} Maximum attondnuco, G-oruld Timmons; Bn-  tranoo olaHH, WilUoLong; Third roader,  Lorno Botterill i S&ooud reader Andrey  Attridge.  L S, Mntiill, Teacher.  Dr. dc Van's Female Pills  Get your Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars, Pouches,  Pipes, etc*, at the  Creston    Wine'   &  i       Spirit Co*  -     '������������������"���������'MM'k-MisM-SMaS'AS^^  S. Podl������> Prop*  NERVOUS, Lir  DEBILITATED MEN  SSSSB       ^m .    ^���������^.��������� ^H B^B^A* "US* "tssfc^k.  VOUNa MEN AND,r41DnLaAGE������ MHf,  tbo -victims of early IrnJIseretlnnii ana later ������������.  censes, who aro fallurea In HCo--you are tb������  ones wo can rcatoro to hianliooa ana rovivo  tho Bpnrte of cnorsy and vitality. Don't give  up la tlcopnlr bocuuno you havo treated with  other doctors, usod eloctrlo bolts Bad tried  various Urupr storo nontrumfl.  A relUbU I'rcnch rciruliiturjitovor (ai n., Tl.cao  *p,ll������ nre cxcnedtoulv v������<-������v/orful In reaulKtinff thn  W������uartUlve pariltoi ol tlio lewnlj* ������yiitein. Hslimo  ������ll cU������i> ImltMlonf.. ������*��������� ���������?��������� ,������������������������������������������ {��������������� Hold at  m^uMaamaii 'irm* Co., nt. cnwwr u������m. um.  "down and out." Wo prcoorlbo Bpuolflo rem-  cdlca for each (ndlvldiml awo acoordlng to the  tiymntoina and complications���������wo have, no  ltatont modlolnon. 'i'hlo Ib ono of tho ���������ecret** of  onr wonrtotrful fliiocean tw onr treatment cannot f nil, tor wo prescribe romedfoti adapted to  each IndividualVane. Only curable eaiea ao-  ocptPit. Wo Iib*/������������ don* buslns-M tlurouihoul  Canada for over 20 Yoariu  CURADLE CASES  CUARANTEm  OU NO  TAY  DCRnCD Aroyo" ������* ���������lotlmt Have you lost  nCHULn W"^ aio vou lnt<*n������Hhar to martyr  lias your blood boon alBcaaodr Havo you anv  wenkneaat Our Now M-tthod TMatuisn*! will  euro you. "What It has dono for otliow It will  do for you. Con������ultntton rv������������������. No mntter  who has trontod you, wrlta for nn hone-ib  "ftoy hood, Mnnhood. Fauwrhood.''0(Illuitrat-  cd) on Ulsaaaea of Mod.  ���������JIO NXMF.������1 mv.U WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT. NonilMiMitaMiiir,^.-,  anas. EverythinuCoidAdoiiUui. Quostiou Liat <uu<i Cost m IrmmUttnul * IcXX VUZl IIO'.'-Z  TOIiATMENT.  Drs KEMNEtf&KEWNEDY  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold St.*  Detroit, Mich,     .  hs^^sjBM,,.!! g%aj* Hgajfm A\\ letters from Canada must be addreflsetl  ^^^Hi^lltf 1 Bit Km to our Canadian Correspondence Depart*  ���������Jsj^^s\r mmmmwammmmaamaa mcut in Windsor, Out. If you desire to  5 nee tip i*.',r"'*'Ti"11y r������11 hI ������.io ?������TiidIcil Zn&tltutc in Detroit aa -we *)e������������iiirl ttvmt  no r>*tlenU in our Wiudoui ulUtc:; which arc tor '.'nrrn-i-joiiurnco nuvl  T/iboratory for Cuundinii busincRS only.   Addreas all h-tlera as follows;  DR3. KENNEDY 6V. KENNEDY, Windson Ont.  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arise from the adoption of the proposals made. To often the actual
results of the operation..' of the proposed schemes are obsured by'parties-
interested in securing pecuniary advantages.
Such a scheme is the one now before the Western grain growers, in
which an effort is being made to establish a sample market for the
handling of grain. The imaginary
benefits of such a market are extolled
while the injuries that would result
from it are utterly ignored. Chief
among the faults that may be found
with the proposed scheme is the
greater length of time which would
be consumed in conveying the grains
from the point of shipment to the lake
front.
Every farmer knows the value of
the rapid? transit of' grain from the
farm to the market. The present
*-***v ^renr* one ond of the countrv to
the other is that the railways are too
���slow i.- moving the crop. There are
too few cars and insufficient motive
power. ^ And yet the establishment
of a sample market would further
lepgthtn the time of transit and les-
���sen the abilities oi the railways to
handle the crop.
Next fall, one of the railways will
be hauling into Winnipeg at least 500
carloads of grain every day. Should
a sample market be established the
grain would be sold by separate carloads en sample, and ordered out on
time. The whole railway' yard cannot be switched to pick out a particular car as each order is received, so
that there will have io be a rule to
start switching cars every night after
five o'clock. This means, therefore,
that a car of grain reaching Winnipeg
Sonne   Prehistoric   Skulls   Show   Evl-
4.n.Ai,   ��."*   *Ti.Anh��,nlriri   -,
-There is no doubt that some rough
form of surgery must have existed
from very ancient times, but, it is
strange to find that so complex and
delicate an operation as trepanning
is one or the oldest.
So far as actual report go, Hippocrates gives the earliest account. He
wrote treatises on fractures, dislocations, and wounds of the head, ih
which he described the method of procedure to be followed in case of a
fractured skull. His direction was
to> cut away a piece of bone, so that
the pressure on the brain might be
relieved.
There are also records about this
time and later of a file being used for
this purpose, which at a time when
anaesthetics were undreamed of, must
have been, to say the least, painful.
According to Dr. T. Rice Holmes,
the operation of removing tho pieces
of bone was performed long before
historic times. The effects on the
skull r re easily seen after death, and
are visible so long as the bones are
preserved.
From inspection of certain skulls
of the later stone" age in ancient
Britain, Dr. Holmes has come to the
conclu-ion that some of these had
undergone an operation which must
have been performed with a stone implement.���-London Standard.
after      eleven    o'clock   on    Saturday
A military aviator. Corporal Gilbert,
had a ��� exciting experience recently,
while flying over LePuy. The curious
thing about the experience was that
although the airman was in danger, he
knew liOthing of it until he grounded.
Gilber: was Hying fairly low over some
fields, when a farmer, taking his machine for a big bird ran for his gun,
which was hanging on the branch of
a tree, and fired three times at the
aeroplane.
The farmer had mistaken the aeroplane for a species of eagle about
which there is a superstition in that
part of the country that it ruins the
crops it" it is seen to fly in Holy Week
aud is not shot.
Corporal Gilbert who had heard the
K.OONEY MAKES THE CRISPEST,
CREAMIEST BISCUIT
"LET MOONEY  DO  IT"
y ��� r
Thousands of people all over Western Canada are
LViOONEY make their biscuits.
They have found that WSOONEY'S BISCUITS
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n*ctie ensper, -just a ntuo ueauiiu, juou a, ��nnv ���.a.��.v,., t��� ���
more appetizing. ��
���ViOONEY'S BISCUITS are just good enough to take tho place of
the product of the home oven 1   Use
MOODY'S   PERFECTION
S3   XS   B     >>>tSBS9*      ''SiiB**'     *s��      "^     ���- "���*����� - . .-.���--. ,	
Made in the big sanitary faotory in Winnipeg.
J Cm. ev^v mpfil nf flvflrv dav.   In air tiaht. dust proof, damp
>of packages or scaled tms,
in_ _ ��-.;__.,:_;.  j.v,.,'-1
SODA BISCUITS
The First Chance
Has your .'afternoon card club adjourned for the season?
No, we have one  more meeting.
Rut l thought your president had
loft town.       ~
So she has. That's why we're having another meeting. She's the only
one wc haven't had a chance to discuss since she was elected to office.
shots  and   seen  the  smoke,   thought i 'Detroit Free Press-
morning would not start to De switched until after five o'clock on Monday j
."*-' ���! a salute was being fired in his honor. \
asking for    subscriptions    for    army
aeroolanes-      The    old    farmer    was
and dropped a handful of pamphlets j
���evening? as  the grain wonld  not be
S��^^/ttliegralneXCbanSebe";^*^ced  that, although he did  not
sore -*iona<_y. kii,   tbe  bird  ^  ghot  some  feathers
Cars that reached Winnipeg before 1 fr0m its tail
eleven o'clock Saturdav morning aud
.   * lie?    nvilii.   W.,.-.
She's gold of hair and blue of eye,
She never keeps her hat-on,
Aud always puts the custard pie
Just where it will be sat on.���Judge.
I
were switched Saturday evening
would be shipped ou Sunday. But
on Monday there would be no grain
moving out of 'Winnipeg. That means
that practically no grain would be
shipped out of Winnipeg for twenty-
four hours each week. The same
thing would occur on Thanksgiving
Day and the other holidays.
Making the very best allowances
It means that one day in every seven
would be lost, and as there are only
seventy-seven day in which the crop
moves, which  would  include    eleven
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means that the ability of the railways to move the crop would be lessened by twelve days out of seventy-
Beven, or roughly speaking, the transportation facilities of the railways of
the Northwest would be cut down by
at least sixteen per cent.
Then, taking Into consideration the
���glut that would take place at the lake
front through the rush of grain there
!n .the'.first part of the week owing
to the hold uo at Winnipeg over Sunday, It Is not an exaggeration to say
that the power of tbe railways to
move the crop would be reduced by
twenty-five, ner cent.
The agitators for a sample mnrket
are saying that the railways should
add to their rolling stock and yard
facilities. But every man Who exei'-
ciseR common sense knows that uot-
withstnndlng their heavy expenditures nnd ovorv effort, they were able
to mako the railways have been barely
able to keen un with tbe large 1n-
creaBef��� In the crops produced In the
Went. Tt Ir npnarent. therefore, tlmt
If the rallwavs nre hamporerl In their
movement of the rron to the extent.
r��r twenty nr tw^nty-fl"-^ ner cent, that
the grain blockade will bo worse than
ever before.
The western fnrmer Ir well ..wr*re
that a irra1n blocl<n<l^ nlwavi*. works
lo tho detriment of thos<~- who raise
tbe grpln n'nd to the nflvint-jipi-. nf
thoso who buy grn'n and bold H 1-n
the'** olnvhtovq. The re��nlts nf lb"
*j*rnln b"i<->o.kp'ie of Inst f^U arr*. ntlll
felt In tb** West. L<^t the f-ivitovq
con'^iTr-'- the result** of a blooU.'-de
twenlv-nvA ner er��nt worse ih^n thn
last f'"'1 before thev ronsent to tlm
rstabiiphmrnit of n sample market and
4��,r,   - ��� ���'   	
Choked   for   Air.    Some   little   irritant becomes lodged in the bronchial
I T*i     f^I iiiar     ^K^t*��*&m^
������      . ���     .     .       .    , .   ,   ,      j tubes,  others gather,  and  the  awful
The following quaintly-worded des- | choking Df asthma results.     Nothing
criptive    statements    suggest    some \ offers qulte such quick and positiye
His First   Move
a shy young man who was
once asked to take k class of girls
about 15 or 16. which had formerly
been taken by a woman. The young
clergyman consented, says London
Tit-Bits, but insisted upon being properly introduced to the class. The
superintendent accordingly took him
to the class for this purpose and
sa;d:
Young   ladies,   I   introduce   to   you
Vf"-*      nhl^f*       \��*-Y����_    Mf.ll     Sim    -f-s-sfit-rift   "K/n.    v/vnr
A.T7J   X    . V,'4l*-.*   ��,j . ���    __V H>    *���� A,*.. _MVU.U ��4i~ ^^A=HA%
teacher-     I would like you to tell him
what your former teacher did so that
he can go on in the same way.
A miss of 16 rose and said:
The first thing teacher did was to
kiss us all around.
li
I wneii  jCou iSuy Matcnes,
A air   -f*\f
p. ovsAi_e_t.
Advertisement���Wanted, a white
girl to cook.
Doctor's Sign���Specialist���all diseases. --���
Seen in Vancouver "Afternoon tea
served at ail hours.
Card at pay-desk in a Cafe���Your
face is good, but it won't go in the
cash register.
CA;C      A-,        7T*CfM-SA.AA       J-***i-'-*ra A��A4��.i>      AJCtlQ
Rock  is  gaining strength  siowiy,  for
which her friends feel very thankful.
relief as JL��r. j. D. Kellogg's Asthma
Remedy. The healing. : soothing
smoke or vapor penetrates, clears the
passages and gives untold relief. Usually it completely cures. It has
behind it years of success. It is the
sure remedy for every sufferer.     .
rooms, use of sitting
fast.
room aud break-
To Remove Dust From the Eyes
Small substances like cinder dust,
small chips of stone or metal can usually be removed from the eye by
simplo methods. If the common
way of catching the upper lid by the
lashes and pulling it away from the
eyeball and down over the lower lid
does not result in dislodging the particle, try this:
Make a loop of horsehair and pass
it under the lid. Sweep from the
outdown. This will usually clean the
eye. If it does not, the upper lid
must be turned inside out, which is
easy to do, and the particle, which
can be seen easily now, removed with
a soft handkerchief or piece of cotton.
Dog-Gone
Hooper���Are you still looking for
your dog?
Cooper���Yes.
Hooper���Why don't you put an ad.
in the payer?
Cooper���What's the use���The dog
can't read.
When He Removes His Wig
Gibbs���In a way I've as much as
John D.
Dibbs���Nonsense! Why Rockefeller has a dollar for every hair on
your head.
Gibbs���Well, I'll bet I've a dollar
for every hair on his head.
A, Snappy Age
The young man breezed into the
old man's library.
I met your daughter, he announced,
at a Fifth Avenue reception. I want
to marry her next Friday afternoon at
3.30.     She's willing.
The old man turned- to his card
indes.
Which daughter? he asked.
It's Miss Ethel.
All right, said the old man. Make
it 4.30 and I'll attend the wedding- I
have an engagement ��� at���'. the other
hour.  '
It was so ordered. This is a snappy age.���Pittsburg Post.'Y
They have fe true  safety  base
head,   with   silent    tip.     Will
never   explode  if   S*��
7&I*  P
���  HO     IMS
Eddy's  Matches hav��  satisfied  Can*,
ftdians Blnoa 1851���aoo��pt ne othsra
!    Prftflw sf^A-nanAtn-ic*    Unit    flenesl*
_ _
INSIST ON   GETTING "EDDY'S"
rds.   Wood   Fails  aiid
Fibre Pails  and  lYsbs.
��ubs;
MA    _l
As a vermicide there is no preparation that equals Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator. It has saved
the lives of countless children.
Worried
The best Man    {maklne,   arrangements)���And���er���it is kisstomary to
cuss the bride?���Sketch.
Minard's Liniment Cures Colds,  Etc.
So She Showed    Him
I want somebody to show me where
to unload this coal, Baid the grimy
looking man at the kitchen door.
You needn't ask me about that, retorted the young woman; I don't have
anything to do with unloading coal;
I'm  the kitchen  lady.
I can't help that, he rejoined. I'm
the coal gentleman and the father of
three kitchen ladles, one laundry
lady, ".nd one chamber lady, and if
you don't show me whore to put this
coal I'll call the woman of the house.
I'll show you, sir, she humbly replied, and led the way to tho coal
collar.
Another View of, It.
Little Florence had a very bad
toothache and was crying softly to
herself- Her aunt who was a believer In Christian science, went
over to the little girl and said: "If
you had any faith, dear, you would
have no toothache." Florence continued to ��� sob, and between the sobs
she replied: "Well, Aunt Grace, if
you had my toothache, you wouldn't
have r.ny faith.���Judge.
Painful Proofs
What are you crying about, Willie.
Ono of tho boyB called me 'tcachor-
er's pet,' and I went an' told her and
sho li'ked me to prove I wasn't.���
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
What She Will Sometimes Admit
Does your wife ever admit that she
is wrong in an argument.
No, the nearest she ever comes to
it, is to say that I'm not as big a
chump as I look.���Detroit Free Press.
Misunderstood
Alice���I like this style of coiffure.
You see my hair has a natural part.
Tom You don't lueuu to ieii me
that some of it is false.
First Thimble
There Is a tradition that a Dutch
Bllvorsmith pondered over a certain
notion which ho had cherished long
and silently In the slow working
Honsos which ho doomed his brain���
u notion for a trinket, a faljlal, for a
dignified lady of Holland. It must
be a useful trinket., albeit a costly one,
jnoi't for mo .i*yior! ;i <ioi��ni'4tri>n�� ��R
Dame Allxe Van Rensselaer. When
tho notion took definite shape, the
thing was quickly wrought In precious metal by .InperH as deft ur the
brain was nlow, and the IndiiRtrloim
housewife proudly woro not only the
tlrst thimble but. tho first thimble
possocsod  by any  Dutch  frau.
.��oir\:*-d   and   PointleK*
Thomas,    said     mother,    severely
Homeoni'   Iiuh   takmi   a   blK   piece   of
gingerbread out of the nanf.ry.
Oh. Thomas, sho exclaimed. I didn't
think It. was In you.
It. ain't, nil. replied Tommy, part of
it's iu kittle.
Keeping, Out the Wind
Willie was a smart boy, and ambitious. His first job was a post
in the local bank.
Woll, Willie, asked his uncle one
day; H*>w aro you going on in busi-
ness? I suppose you will soon be
manager?
Yes, uncle. Wllllo replied. I'm already a draught clerk.
A draught clerk! Good boy, nnd
what i.re your duties?
I open and lilmL Uio wliwluvvt, according to orders, said Wllllo, and
close the door3 after people thnt leave
'cm open.
To a Finish
Poet (to bis wlfo)���Now let's have
a  race  and   see  whether  you  finish
your   cako   first,   or  I   my   sonnet.���
Fllengende Blatter.
Fietiuani  for   Boreieljjh
Boreliegh���I hope my call has not
tired  you.
Miss Keen���Oh, no.   I    inherit    a
wonderfully   strong  constitution.
Save Something
This  In n   flroiwlfiil  downpour.
�����. I ......    .It. . I,.        4>., ..       4  ,.
.   ..,. j .,,,,1 Kit *, 11.4,....... ... .... ,..
omul I to shelter your picture hat.
Well, try to hold tt ovor that velvet 5
bow,   anyhow.���Kanum*   Clly   Journal
Dono uu'dluim, is defter ludicm. as>
sorted Heinle Muollor.
Do you fall for Uioho fakoa? wo
laughed.
ikiii'd call dom lino fomalesos fakes!
iioin.AUiii.il Mui'lt'i*.
Why���wore, you  filling?
Audt don'd suy BtungJ I wont to
one.      I saw her.    Hho tolled mo.
What, did  sho toll you?
Hho Hiiyod, "Vol's yer nruno?" and
I sayod Muollor, and don nlio, vont. in
a tfaniit. llofori* she como to, oho.
HayH, "You voh born In Cholmiinyl"
And I alrnoiit foiled dead! How
coiildt alic toll?     Py Kolly, nho wan
A''i\"!i.t.
Mm.
A Chanced Man
Knngg���You woro a iiuu-rout
Mr. Knagg���1 sincerely hope ho.
"for then 2 wao a fool.���Booton Trim-
ncrlpt.
Baby Wclnhu 127 Pounds
Tin- biKKOHl. Imby In tho world IIvoh
nn n farm near Ottawa-     It ]�� a boy
wc'IkIiIiim;  127  pounds ut Hit monthn,
wiiu a cnt-iit. inoaMiiioiiuut in <aij niuii-
t If ....!.,-.'   ...,,��     . I, I..,,,     ......'.,     ��...
...... : : ���      ���   ;  , '   '  I ' ��� '      '' ' ""      -   I ' ,    - ,       ,.,,,-,      II,
proportion to his sleo, nnd Iho par*
��nt*i m�� doubtful If Ui0*y cun afford to
rnlf��o 1.1 in.
Won by Degrees
Judge���Dftshlngton seems to have
finally made a conquost of that Scnd-
moro girl. Wonder how it all camo
about?
Tho tlrst tlmo sho saw him she gave
him her oyo, tho noxt tlmo* thoy mot
alio gavo him hor arm, lt wasn't long
boforo ho was holding both of hor
hands, soon aftor that ho won hor
heart and sho lost her head and gave
herself to him completely.
Green Lobsters
Havo you nny lobsters.
Yos,   luuVuii.      lien-'H  u  fresh lot.
Havon't you any that    nro    riper.
Those look so groon.
Dr. Morse's
Indian Root Pills
are made according to a formula In
use nearly a century ago among; the
In.liuiiH, *iul ltrurncl from them by
Dr. Morno. Tboutih repeated attempts have been made, by phy��i-
cisnn and chrmists, it has been found
Impo-wible to improve tha formula or
the pills. Dr. Morse's Indisn Hoot
Pills ares household remedy throuf-lt-
Mill.   IIIU    WUIW   tun    v,��i,.*l|.��...-   Ml'll
nlf 1i'*,i,,#,, nnA f.lww tro'inl***. They
set promptly ��nd eHectiveiy, ana ^
Cleant-t tt_�� Sirmfm
AN EXCELLENT REMEDY
FOR LITTLE ONES
Mrs. John C. Lepage, Itimouskl,
Que., writes: "Your Baby's Own Tab-
lots are an excellent remedy'for little ones and .1 always keep them In
the house." Thousands of other
mothers say the Bamo thing. Tho
Tablets always do good they cannot
possibly do harm. They are the only
medicine for children sold under tho
absolute guaranteo of a government
r.nalyst to contain no opiates or harmful drugs. They sweeten tho stomach; regulate worms; euro indigestion and promote healthful sleop. The
Tablets are sold by modlclno dealers
or by mall at 2C centB a box from
Tho Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,
Brockvillo, Ont.
ay ^i ning
A       "V***��l_ <".!-�� ������������^      Gr\m*im nmm      -r��rn rt ��tnl
<t*.     i vi noun c    xa.x uict      vr ao        s/csi
cheque for some cattle he had sold
It, was the first time that it had eVer
happened. .
What's this? he said.
Why, money for the beasts, said
the cattle dealer.
. The farmer stared and had to be
assured that if he took it to the bank
they would give him gold for It.
Well, said he, Aw'll try, but if it's
a wrong 'un thou'll hear about it.
The cheque was ckshed of course,
and the farmer, went home happy, but
he could not sleep. . He had seen a
wonderful thing and it had excited
him. As soon as day broke he made
for the cattle dealer's house and
woke the dealer.
It's mo, he said. Where's tha got
thlm bits of paper from? Aw could
do vi' half. a dozen myself.
-*_La** b ��w s __
Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.
Coogan���Don't' you think th' baby
looks lolke me?
McSwegan���Yls, What makes
him?      Is ut teethln* he is?���Judge.
Wo need a man ln. the packing
department. What\ experience have
you had?
I've taken a i'ew lossons in boxing
sir.
You're tho man.
TRADE MARK RE&.
SheafhiiigFelt
contains no oil or tar. It is clean,
odorless, waterproof, germ and
vermin proot and practically
Indestructible. Makes houses
draft-proof, easy to heat, and
comfortable to any weather.
Ask your dealer to show you
a sample, or write for sample
and Booklet to the aa
Sol* CsmadUn M**nf*ctur*n
THE STANDARD PAINT CO.
ol Canada* Limited,
Gtantrcil. Winnipeg, Calgary, Vancouver.
�����i<HS
Not a Welcome  Legacy
What makes Plymann look so unhappy.
He fell into a piece of property.
I should think that would make
him look happy.
Would you? Woll, thla didn't happen to bo #18 property, and ho foil
into it from his biplane and twisted
hie back. ���Judge
���**'''''***''**���'**������''������**��� "��� ���������ami's m 'mmm
Loans on   Honor
rYu-lICi-} 4i."vi4 iUi iioouuiuLiuJi which, advances loans on word or honor of Jtii
ouBtomors. Tlio faot that most of
tho Iouub aro promptly repaid 1�� evidence that some people's words aro
still aa good uh thoir bonds.
m*mmmmmmmim*x*���m* ���mmmmmmmmtmmm'm
WIII Keep It Up
I understand your husband Is a
candidate for ofllco, said a auffragotto
out went to hor Hlt-tor lu Iho cuutiu.
Aro you going to support him?
Oh, T Hii".��ii*4iiii hi��, Kimwwrini Hi���',�� ��.lw.
tor, somewhat wearily. I'vo boon
supporting him for tho paat ten years.
���(Jhicugo UoooKl-Horuld.
Thoro was a younfr lady of Shim
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, I  4414     M,.***.-.      1-'"'      "���-    --*      .-'   '"*��      ���������->���.���,.>���������,
1 rofuno to bn IiIhiioiI.
UUt It you insist,
Hoavon known you aro stronger than
X am.
Cause for Worry
I'm worried about my boy.
What's tho matter with him?
Whon I loft homo yesterday morning I told him to clean up our lawn,
and whon I got home last evening I
found that ho had dono it. Pittsburg Post.
i  ," ������  ���	
Answering Her. Father
Could you support my daughter In
tho stylo to which Bho has boon accustomed?
I have ovor tried suoh rigid economy, sir.���Llfo.
Economy
Tho oolofl arc all worn off my alioco
IM!   '
Woll?
Woll, If you'd buy mo a pair ot rol-
lor skatos I could kocp right on woar-
1ns; thoBo nhoos.
Pat.had a little brown mare, and
they were both familiar sights in the
town. The mare wjas lean, blind
und lame. _Ufc by dint of much coax*
Ing Pat Juet about managed to keep
hor to harness.
One dav while leading her to water,
ho had to pass a crowd of loafers.
Thinking to have some amusement
nt Pat's expenso one called out:
Hallo, there's Pat! How much
Is that mare of your's able to draw?
Begcrra, answered Pat, I can't say
oxactlv: but she seems to bo able to
draw tho attention of ivory fool In tho
town.
Trlokery v
My wlfo Is trying to got all ths
suffragists to como out and parade la
30c. hats.
What's her Idea?
Then she'll appear In a $50 confection,  ���Louisville Courier-Journal,
The last count of tho world's volcanoes showed a total of 072, of which
<M * U      *��V KiX \>    WiiU'UM
cd
:tlvo.
Fisherman's Luck
Up near Flosherton, a Toronto traveling man Who was making a trip
ovorland passed an old man who was
fishing with hook and lino ln a small
stroain. As tho drummur drovo by
In a buggy tho old man never took
his oyos off tho bobbor In the water.
Wliun tho tiiivdliig muii returned
Into In tho nftornoon ho was (ffrnatly
i'.in'lJiiiALd lo aaCO Iho old mmi .iUll in
tho snr.ia position, with hla oyoo
gluod on tho bobber.
Hollo, uncle! ho shouted.' Any
luck to-day?
Without  taking  his  gaze  off  tho
tho placid  stream, tho old man ro-
pilon *.
Had a ntbblo 'long about Boon.*-*
Mall aud Umpire.
Beyond his Ken
Townloy���How's tho now cook getting ou?
Subbubs-~I don't know. Sho didn't loavo hor address.
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M V  i1 ^*'_&*.������i|sg3p  Jf j/T\ WXBt> *i-*x~*nnaj:Ai  n.  h  r*>  THE    CRESTON   KEVfiEW.    CRESTON,    B. C,  /'���������Wi^'-S^SSi  ^,-  _,f. *i'c<Sf<S,������'|  MraUiU my al iiErmfc  WILL BE DISCUSSED IN LONDON  i Premier Borden and Cabinet Ministers Sail  for England  to Attend Conference  with  Imperial  Authorities  ..   on Questions Effecting the Empire  FOREST   PI RES   ALONG   N.T.R.~  Otiava���������-The premier and three of  his ministers, Hon. Messrs. Hazen,  Doherty and Pelletier have left for  England on their Imperial mission.  They expect to be absent about two  months.  Ot most importance ' among the  questions' to be consid-red by tho  Canadian ministers in London is of  course tbe problem of Canada's cooperation in Imperial naval defence.  In t_is connection the premier and  his colleagues, it is understood, are  starting out with the intention of  dealing iu the conference with the  Imperial authorities only with the  broad lines as the fundamental basis  of the whole problem so that a carefully matured plan may be evolved  later. It is learned on good authority  that there is no expectation of evolving any detailed plan this summer  either for the creation of a Canadian  navy or for direct contrubution by  Canada of va** vessels to the Imper-  ieet.      The first issue to be set  tled according to the repeated state  ments of Premier Borden and Hon.  Messrs Monk, Hazea, Doherty, Pelletier and others of the ministers,  both in public and in private is the  qu^sHe . at autonomy.  The government is practically  committed t^ demanding-as a permanent basis for thej, Dominion's co-operation  in  Naval  defence, /represent  ation   on  an" Imperial council touching the issues of war or peace affecting the welfare of the Empire as a  whole.      Premier  Borden has explicitly stated his belief in the feasibility and necessity for the Dominions  if they are  lo  enter  upon a- astern  of naval  defence,   "having a greater  voice in  the councils of the Empire  than they have had in  past years."  Hon: Mr. Doherty,  who will  be with  the premier and Hon.  Mr.  Hazen  in  direct conference with the admiralty,  says: "The condition precedent to our  undertaking to p~:tieipate in the nav-*  ���������al defence of the Empire is that we  should be given an effective voice in  the governing and-, determining of the  foreign relations of the Empire." The  same   principle   has   be-m   practically  assorted by most of the other ministers.     It would, therefore, appear that  this   larger   principle   must   first   be  settled before Canada can expect any  tangible e^ort on the part of the government towards the establishment of  a  Canadian  navy or  towards  direct  contribution.  In   addition   to  the  naval  question  Several   Bridges   Have   Been   Burned  and     Thousands of Ties    Destroyed  Port William.���������Heports from-Super-  ior Junction state that great damage  has been done along the line of .the  National Transcontinental Railway  under construction east of that point  by forest fires which assumed serious  proportions on Monday and since then  have swept the northern country. Several bridges, it is said, have been destroyed and thousands of ties have  been burned*. The work of construction w^ll t>e held back for,some time  by the damage and ��������� loss of supplies.  The damage to the bridges and the  loss in ties alone is estimated at  nearly $100,000. Por two days the  contractors all along the line have  had their men at work fighting the  flames, but in spite of their efforts  lt, is said that at least one camp  was destroyed. So far no loss of  life has been reported. The camps  keep well in touch with any parties  in the bush and surveyors or prospectors who have been out are stated to  be safe.  Several settlers, it Is reported, were  unable to save their humble homes  aud buildirgs.  b* a Fa lass i_ .���������%_������ s.sissh-1 ���������-J-i____ s  ���������Ufa*-X&ASJrB __JU%#������>_.___!_��������� AB__Si*J _.  FACTS  AND     FIGURES     DEALING  WITH   IMMIGRATION  AN ARTISTIC TREAT  SCENE   IN    BRITISH    HOUSE  Labor Member Shrieks at Premier  Because Female Prisoners Object to. Eating  London.���������A wild scene was enacted  _ _ In the house of. commons as the Jre-  uier-e are aiso to be discussed" with sait of the forcible feeding ot the suf-  the Imperial authorities the final set- fragettes who declared a "hunger  -lament of the proposals for a uni- strike" in Holloway prison. George  form Imperial naturalization law, Im- Lansbury rushed forward toward the  perial copyright, reduced Atlantic ministerial benches, shouting at Pre-  cable rates, lower postage rates with mier Asquith: "Youy-are beneath con  France and faster Atlantic service, as   te���������Pt;   you  call    yourselves    gentle-  left over by the late government.  OPPOSE  CHINESE  LOAN  FREIGHT HEARINGS  IN  WEST  The   New   Republic   is   experiencing  Trouble on all Sides  Pekin. ��������� It is apparent that  the forthcoming loan negotiations  will "be 'lengthy and arduous. '* The  government is confronted on the one  side with violent provincial opposition, wiii-li opposes any supervision  and on the other by the groups of  hankers who desire increased control  _xtending considerably beyond what  was required in the case of previous  advances.  lt is believed here that the government's acceptance of the banker's  present proposals would ��������� surely bring  a violent outbreak on the part of the  people in opposition to the loan. The  unfavorable reception with which the  comparatively mild terms of supervision in tho case of previous advances were met, indicates the almost  .universal sentiment against such 'supervision. The government officials  however, are confident that some arrangement will be reached, as there  is need of funds, particularly for the  payment of the troop's.  Opposition to the loan has created  a dangerous situation which the government realizes reauires , careful  handling.      Jn   addition   the  govern-  i SiTuiJiOn    naiiway   oorrifiiission   Wiii  Hold Sittings From Fort William  to Victoria  Ottawa.���������-The Dominion railway  commission will hold a series of sittings throughout the-west this month,  Btarticg at Port William on July 17,  ana reaching Victoria about the end  of the month. At each of these sittings will be pleased to consider the  representations of any individual or  body interested In the western freight  r*_t������ esse, and every opportunity will  be given for the hearing of public  complaints. Though the commission  realizes that the c(ase has now reached a stage where the railway and not  the people are to be heard, it considers that these western hearings  may reveal certain traffic conditions  which may be of value later in the  formation of a judgment.  While at Port William {he commissioner wil! also hold an Informal  conference with' the board of grain  commissioners relative to certain  points in which the two boards have  mutual interests.  The dates of the sittings are as  follows:  Fort William, July 17: Winnipeg.  July 18; Moose Jaw, July 20; Regina,  men, yet you forcibly feed and murder  women. You ought to be driven to  posterity as murderers of innocent  women."  Speaker Lowther ordered Lansbury  to be taken _**������>__ *������������������>������* *h/-.Tia_  Lansbury shouted: "I refuse to leave  while this contemptible thing is being done, while women are being murdered and driven mad."  After a���������>scene of great confusion he  was induced by his friends to" leave.  George  Lansbury is a  labor  M.P.,  eiecicu   lOi   Toiffcj   3_ii,mlt=t5.   SOW   _._._  Bromley, in December, 1910. He is  53 years of age and was a member  of the Royal Commission on the Poor  Laws.  Very Interesting Pamphlet Has Just  Been Issued by the Department of  the Interior, Giving DetaJru of the  Results Accomplished by Immigration Department*  Ottawa.���������The immigration branch  of the deapartment of the interior has issued a pamphlet entitled  "Immigration Facts and Figures,"  which contains statistics for the last  fifteen years.  During the last eleven and three-  quarter years, 2,118,712 immigrants  have come to Canada, apportioned as  follows:  Maritime provinces, 89,474; Quebec  309,422; Ontario, 504,128; Manitoba  353,100; Alberta and Saskatchewan,  60S.965; British Columbia, 240,414;  not shown, 13,211.  Of these 823,188 were British, 752.-  120 were from the United States and  5*3,401 from continental countries.  During the fiscal year which ended  March 31 Ia3t, the immigration was  354,237 of which 138.121 was British.  133,710 from the United States and  82,4,08 from other countries.  Since December, 1902, when the  medical act went into force, 8,500  have been debarred at ocean ports;  the number in 1931-12 was 972. In  addition 5,626 have been deported  after being admitted; the number of  cases in 1911-12 was 959. Of these  227 were British and 124 Italians.  Inspection of Immigrants seeking  admission to Canada from the United  States was begun in April, 1908; rejected since that date have been:  1908-03, 4,580; 1S09-10, 8,SS7; 1910-  11, 15,404;   1911-12, .22.034.  During the fiscal year, bonus was  paid on 23,183 British immigrants, or  16-78 per cent; on 3,613 American  immigrants or 2.7 per cent.: and on  2.111 continental immigrants, or 2.56  per cent. Eight years ago the proportion was: British 18 per cent.,  America 8.3 per cent., Continental 31.8  per cent.  The expenditure durine 1911-12 was  $1,354,736. J Of this $578,807 was  spent In Canada, $376,726 in the British Isles, ������30.546 in continental Eur-  ODe.  and    $368,655    in    the    United  <2t(staa  Two Splendid Attractions for the  Winnipeg Exhibition  Henrietta Crosman and her great  success, "The Real Thing" that has  been running at the Maxine ��������� Elliott  Theatre in New York since the middle of last- Summer, will be seen at  the Walker Theatre for three nights  starting Monday, July 8.  "The Real Thing" will need no Introduction to local theatregoers. It's  reputation has already preceded  it. No doubt many from this city  have reen tbe production in New  York and have reported to their  friends what a popular play it Is.  Miss Crosman is coming with her  New York cast and production and  the cast will Include those two wonderful children now with the play,  Mac Macomber and Allien Morrison.  With tho coming of the Fair time  Manager Walker will bring the comic  opera production that is considered  to "be  the  most  fascinating    of    the  ���������Till?  B ���������Of.  sw  qfp__A|  "See  . ,->* *-'    fJ_l>G������B  ��������� ������������������ ? -Ri-rsHM  ''������������&'1  LESSCN L���������-THIRD QUARTER, FOR? $%&  JULY"7,  1312 ���������'  "ti-z'^ti'M  ' ��������� r    ���������   xv_-*.-_  E^'-*-~Vm,  ,*��������� * "* ������*���������������  t ^**7^*������?B  ���������    J_-Vi.i?-/l  74* JVj  MM  American      theatrical    year,  The  ment Is contending against a serious   T .    ���������9.  c,aqjr_tnoM   Tnlv ?,.  wdnintv  grtowth of Bentiment in favor of pro-   July *"-*  Saskatoon, Jul>  23,  Edmon  For Wireless Weather News  Y.'ashington.���������A cable message  from Chief Moore, of the weather bureau and United States delegate - to  the International- Radio Telegraph  Conference in London, says the conference has approved his plan for a  wireless ocean weather service. It  provides for co-operation between  ships at sea and Washington and London or Paris weather bureaus in giving storm warnings to vessels on the  ocean.  ^"_    4-.AV.- ���������..     A������-__  i     i u atuujr  jifjco  Berlin.���������Fraud Selenka, professor  of Natural History at Munich, who a  few years ago successfully took  charge of a research expedition in  Java, has now been chosen to go to  Teneriffe on a similar mission. This,  expedition, which has for its chief  object the observation of anthropoid  apes, is under the direction of Professor Rothmann, of Berlin.'  Spring Maid." This merry work of  Viennese melody and gay romance  has proven so charming that it has  successfully accomplished the remarkable feat of playing twice over  the length and breadth of America in  a single season ih response to the  demand for a second hearing. Werba  and Luescher, who present this opera  'have done much in making this possible in practically holding Intact the  organization of singers and players  that has been so greatly praised aud  in again presenting Fraulein Mi_zi  Hajos, the little Hungarian prima  donna of charms, at tbe head of the  company. They have also done the  unprecedented thing in giving a big  organization a new costuming and  scenic dressing in the middle of a  season, and the costumes to be se*-������n  at the Walker Theatre upon the return of "The Spring Maid" are gorgeous reproductions of the famous  dresses worn in the brilliant London  production of the opera.  There have been changes and additions to ths great singing chorus  that it may live up to its reputation  as the most remarkable of modern  choruses, but the important change  is that Charles McNaughton has bepn  brought from England to - play the  role of the quaint comedian and  bring forth the rollicking humor of  ilie part as he did acres_ ths seas.  George Leon Moore as the dashing Prince Aladar: Dorothy Mavnard,  the mischievious Annsmirl. Jack Raf-  fael. Tillie Salinger. Ralph Newman.  Louis Miller. Dorothy La Mar, and  others of the long cast, will come  a^ain in their former merry parts t  please as before.  Text  of the  Lesson,   Mark   HI, 20-35*,  Memory     verses,     28,     29���������-Golden/  Text,   John  11ll.     19.���������-Commentary  Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. /,";  The lesson is fotmd in Matt, xii'as!> ''-iM  well a������ in Mark iii and is .a sample,'������_���������?*', '-v '-���������  their  treatment  of  Him  whqrn  they J'  should have welcomed as their Mesrtijti  siah, but of whom it is written*. "He'.!.'  was in the world, and the worid wa& f?r-'"���������-;*  made  by  Him,  and   the   world* kneva\\Y,,'f* ;_*'  Him  not.      He came unto His ojvn;-,v,>v  and His own received Him not"',(Joha'^-?V\CiS  i. 10. 11).      In our lesson.  verse_--'2_>' ���������" ?  /.A>  22. it is written that they said:  "Ife*v,-? >���������'-*'  is besides- Himself.      He hath Beelae-'i    -^v  bub .and by ths prince cf tho 'devils . *   Y-v'  casteth   He  out  devils."       They  fre-  '   ^' >  quently told Him that He had av devil '      ,,���������*-"  (John   vii,   20; .viii,   52;   x,  20);  and "V'.-Y_  as early m the record as Matt, xii, .Mwiafclgi,?*  it is written that "the Pharisees w^l^TT^Y?  out and held a council against Htih.," gtl TgV  It was the old story of Ps. lxxxi. iif,W''''^r  "My people would not barker., to ohr ''$?,1^&������  voice, and Israel would none of meffj-j)  ?JT  Even in the days of Enoch, the 36^;"^  enth from Adam, we read of the diw/,,  godly and their    words    and    deeifs'fi  (Jude 15).     It is alsd written that at T  the end of this age, to wMck we aro ������  fast   hastening,   there   shall   be   opry  {'  a form of godliness without the power  '"  and  sound  doctrine  will  not be  eiij-   *  dured  (11 Tim. iii, 1-5;  iv. 3).      Th������s- /  great   adversary,   the   father  of  lies,,,'  who  to Eve  questioned  tho word of  God  and  made  Goa  a  liar,  wiii  yet   :  gather the nations to make war with,  God's people, Israel, and the Lamb of'  liod Himself, but be*._i aud iai_e p-ot  phet shall go alive to the lake of -firSrV  A1,  ���������������ATI  i- _*���������  ���������- ii  Autos in B.C.  Vancouver.���������There  are   3,580   automobiles in British Columbia, of these  1,769 are in Vancouver and 1,005 in  Victoria.  vlncial autonomy, threatening central  control, which is considered essential  to the preservation of the nation.      (  BLOCKADE   IN   MONTREAL   PORT  of  Directly   Attributable   to     Strike  Dock1' Laborers In  London  Montreal.���������One of the uiost, serious  propositions ,which the Port of Montreal has faced in the history of its  existence is the grain blockade now  extant.  The blockade is the worst ever experienced uud is i attributed directly  to the London dock workers' strike.  The Grand Trunk elevator, and the  ������levator of tin? harbor commissioners  are both filled to the limit of their  capacity, and there are not enough  ships to relieve them of the grain  stored in them. There is rid outlet, but through the inlet come lake  freighters, which* cannot be Unloaded.  There are at the present time five  large freighters lying in the harbor  basins.  So fullare the elevators that they  can do no more work. The sight of  a couple of floating elevators alongside the Tunisian and the Canada  olono would indicate trouble, for It  Is seldom that the ships take on what  is known as "floating grain," and that  is. take on grain directly from lako  .steamers by the aid of smnll floating  clovatprs. This Ib being dono in both  cases cited.  IS   SUNT GETTING   HOTER  ton, July 24;   Calgary. July 25;  Vancouver, July 27;  Victoria,' July 30-  Tbe commission will be represented by Actin,'-; Chairman D'Arcy Scott  and Commissioners Goodeve and  Mills. On July 3 a sitting will be  held at Ottawa, at which a lengthy  list of cases relative both to operation  and traffic will be heard. This and  four sittings in Quebec will conclude  the mid-summer work of the commission in the east.  TEIE   MA WET  a sxmu    if atxi%__������_ &  ������vti&[\iyt  ��������������� s������ ss,     m    v ������������������%   m  COL. WHITE TO  REJIRE  Not  Something' Wrong With    Old    Sol-  Will Know Effect In 10CI0 Years  Pasadimo, Cal.���������*Tho largest sun spot  which lias been detected within u  year, a dark patch on the sun's surface, 10,000 mllos ln dlamoter, though  Its mark on tlie 17 Inch Imuge ut the  Mount Wilson observatory, measures  but a fifth of an inch across, Is now  uml or observation at the Cnrneijle oh-  Borvntory, and has boon photograph*  rd novcral times slnco ItR appear*  aneo last Tuesday.  Tho question of whothor tho sun  Is growing hottor or cooler, nnd the  effect tho cooling of the body would  have upon tlio earth Is still debatable.  It would takes us thousands ot yearn  Head  of. the   R.N.W.M.P.     Has  Been '.'Enjoying,. Best of Health  Ottawa.���������After many years of faithful and efficient work in the civil  service of Canada, Col, Fred White  superintend-nt of the R.M.W.M.P., is  to.retire.  Col. White was at one time in the  service or the Grand Trunk! and later  fought as a private in the Fenian  raid trouble. He became secretary  to Sir John Macdonald and enjoyed  the confidence of tho great Conservative premier to an unusual degree-  While acting as private secretary he  was largely instrumental In organizing, the mounted police, and "as the  foroe grew in strength, he gave his  whole time to Its direction. As head  of tho mounted police 'administration  he has done valuable service. Latterly ho has boon in poor health, and has  been cn leave of absence. This  leave has heon extended at his own  request till Jan. 1, when he will retire.  REACH CALGARY END OF AUGUST  *   mm #���������   ~l������������, A *���������_���������������- IV* ������.������,{* *"���������.-  f *  ������.������������ tt-IS'-t -Tfl-lV-S In  l\t       M i)**   *���������'���������  *���������������'%*'��������������� ���������>���������* _**W������.������* -W* V*4*-        ���������������(**>*       *-*  ������!"���������  comlnr* cooler-  Not This Year  WlnnlpoR.--The Grand Trunk rn-  nlflc passenger servlob to the head of  tho lakes from Winnipeg will not be  established this year. This" announcement was made from tlio offlco of  the general passenger aflfoht of the  road. The reason given l������ that It has  boon found Impossible to have Iho  TWotiHtiitry  iiihuii iul   Tor  lliu   UaaCuw  iiti  hand  before the  fall.  Grand   Trunk   Pacific   Track   Laying  Gai js are Working Night and  Day  Calgary.-���������With everything satisfactory, grngs of mon working night and  day, on the big 70-ton steam shovel,  i whioh Im waling its wuy lowaids Calgary by the light of the sun In the  daytime,and  the huge glnro' of two  big sonrchlights at night, tho Grand  Trunk Pacific will be inside tho city  limits by tho end of AuguBt and Iho  stool will bo luppod by the waters of  tho Bow less than thirty days luter.  Francois  Adam,  Grand  Trunk  Pa*  elite vlgiit-or-way commissioner, says:  The men nt. work on    the    lnt-t    two  miles of tlio grading that will bring  tho grade riflh'. to the  water's edge  are straining nerve and sinew to bo  ,horo <>n time.     Tho gangs are modo  np of the oldest und most, experienced  railroad builders lu tho employ of tho  Grand  Trunk    Paolllc,    and * behind  them, straining hard to overtake tho  men on (h������) grade, is tho crack steel  laying gang of tho big road.,  Beating World on Wheat  Tlonthorii,  Siifllt.���������BniiRpr    Wheolnr,  of Rosthorn, producer of tho world's  lll'bl.     WlU'lM.,     Itllll 11     JMWI, Ul (4414.4.41-  -i-������->i   ft.ii,.   im,,.ir���������i   nut        Tir    Finn-  .,,.....    , . ..,    ,  ders, Giiuwu, Ih iuu ori**imuur of Mi**  now variety. Tho grain is twenty-  six inches high.  Weekly   Grain   Letter     Supplied     by  Thompson, Sons & Co-, Grain Merchants, Winnipeg. *  Winnipeg. June 19.���������The week under   review   has   oeen   une.ventiul   in  tne gram trade.     United States markets nave been working    lower,    the  eiosing prices to-d*?y ������oowine a dicD  of 2c to uc rrom wnere they were a,  week  ago.      Ihis   has   been   cancel  to a certain exLent by liquioattcn ;n  the July aeliverles owing to tn? ue-ir  approach of    delivery    day.        Then  again the  winter wheat area shows  considerable improvement, new wheat  has been received in St. Louis from  Texas and  Oklahoma,  which always  causes a bearish feeling at first. Tne  spring wheat crops in MinUesiota and  the Dakotas and Western Canada are  reported to be looking their, best at  present, but of course the most critical period has yet to be gone thru ���������&_..  The/decline from June to August is  on   the   average   heavy., ���������    Whatever  the  actual  outcome, ��������� the  scares' will  be frequent, and will'carry more or  less   weight with  the  general   trade.  Already there has been .some apprehension owing to the cold weather experienced during the; past'week. Saturday,  Sunday  and  Monday  of this  week were admitted to be the coldest  days ever known in the North-West  stateB and   Western Canada for  the  time of year,     in this connection the  Free Press states "Slight frosts were  reported from a few points, but the  very high winds prevented a general  freeze.      From Friday morning until  Tuesday morning the crop had no opportunity io iimko 'iimuti ui'o_i't'Hu. On  June  15th,  1911,  considerable  wheat  was reported, ln the shot blade. Now  It Is generally admitted that even with  favorable weather the crop will not  bo in tho shot blade before July 15th  and in a number of cases not before  July  20th?     As  It requires  from  n  month   to   five  wooks  of    fine    hot  weather, witli occasional showers, to  mature the crop after It le In tho shot  blado, those  conditions  lndlentn that  harvest  cannot, possibly   be   general  boforo August 20U> or possibly 23rd.  Should the season follow, the linos of  last year for July and August this will  moan   serious  dnmago  from  frost  to  large areas of the lato sown grain."  We do not wish to bo pessimistic, for  with tlie right kind of weather from  this out tho spring whoat crops will  nmlte  H.*io*oiiiibli������    progi'oRs,    ns    tho  whoat  plant   in  tho   North-wout has  rt'imirkabh*  recuperative  powers, but  It Is well to bortr In mind the abovo  facts  whon  considering crop    conditions.     British und Continent al markets havo boon firm  and  stoady on  the continued    good    enquiry    from  Franco   for curgoos  in  all  poHiUoiiu,  French wheat reserv'-s arc low, which  Is borno out by tho fact that during  Hun p:u-* wVi-U ilm tint v Iiuh been hum-  ponded.      World  orop  conditions  for  iho week    aro    generally    favorable  Warmer  wontbov Is  dwired    In    tho  United  Kingdom,      In  Franco    there  are noun* complaints of dry went her  are favorable, although a little backward, w-eaiher conditiens in India,  Australia and Argentine are favorable for the seeding of the new crops.  World's" shipments were larger than  anticipated at 14,768,000 bus. compared with a total of 16,800,000 bus.- previous week, and 10,960,000 bus. in  1911. The amount on ocean passage  decreased 1,928,000 bus., and is now  54,952,000 bus., or 4,624,000 bus. more  than reported a year ago. The European visible decreased 2*52,000 bus.,  against a decrease the previous  week of 2,240,000 bus., the total being 97,100,000 bus. Last year there  , was a decrease of 4,700,000 bus-, when  the total was 88,100,000 bus. The  United States visible supply decreased 2,042,000 bus., and totals 30,-  673,000 bus., including, bonded wheat.  Last year, the, decrease was 32,800  bus., and totalled 27,348,006 bus. There  was a decrease of a little over 1,250,-  000 bus. in Canadian visible, but the  total Canadian visible Is still more  than double that of last year at same  date.  BatUr Treatment for Insane  Toronto.-���������Toronto will spend $100,-  000 on tho creel Ion or a  psychiatric  hospital, which will bi* maintained by  the provincial government.      In addl-,  ;L,;, !' ���������v"'" "M-rti-i ,u������n-iii>a th������I fi'on outlook and woiithnr In Germany  institution vIll house weak-minded | is -wod. HuiiKary and Kouuuium,  uud iiio,~Ai40 prrr.oun pcr.dlnj. t'u-sr ���������������������-, i������������i ���������������"������'������. i" k������������>u. T!������.u, ...v "rrtc  mission to asylums Instead of allow- complaints from South-Wont portions  Ing them to rt-mulu in Jail. J of Russia, byt In the East conditions  The Winnipeg market has been  holding firm, being influenced by the  firmness in European markets. Fluctuations are narrow, and to-day's closing figures for both cash and futures  are about T/4c higher than they were  a week ago. !- omand for No. 1 and  No. 2 Northern is only fair, while for  No. 3 the demand Is good. There  are moderate enquiries for all the  lower gradeH, with tho exception of  food wheat, for which there has been  practically no enquiry. Receipts are  running considerably heavier than  last year. but.an Increasing percentage of the grades show the grain to  be ont. condition, the result, of the wet  rail and backward threshing opnru-  tlons. Stocks In terminals at. the  head of the Lukes while still heavily  In advance of last year are steadily  shrinking before tho hoavy outward  movement Today's cash prices are:  1 Nor.. $1.07; 2 Nor., $1.04%: 3 Nor.,  1.00-li; No. 4 wheat, 89%; No. 5.  ���������?r>t/6c; No. C, 66*14c; No. 2 Alberta  Rod Winter, $1.00%; No. 3 A.R., 99c;  No. 4 A.ft., *10'4c Futures, closed  July ?1.07-?i;  October, 97%e.  Oats.���������  Havo turned oaolor again, and  prices are le lower. Tho hlglior  grades aro not In demand, but there  Is still a fair demand for the lower  at reduced prices. Tho first trade  In Octobor oats was mado to-day at  38c. To d.*.:,*'*. values are No. 2 Canadian Western, Uc; S C.W.. -iSV-c;  TSxti-a 1 Fd., i:^_e; 1 Fd.. 42He: 2 Fd.  4014c. Futures closed July, 44%c;  Octobor. 38c.  Barley.���������  r Buyers aro at last beginning to take  notice of this grain, and during tho  last nonplo of days thoro has boon it  limited onqulry for No. 3 nnd No. 4.  Tf tho onqnlry continues wo look for  prices to advance. To-day's prices  are No. 3, r.tio; No. 4, 50c.  Flax.���������  Getting at the Facts  Calgary. Alta.���������The Panama Canal  conference, the centre of interest at  Calgary this week, is leading to the  tabulation of much important information bearing upon the present opportunity of the West, ������,nd especially of  Alberta-       The   Canal   will   mean   to  this province    in    freight    rates    for  grain at least 9 cents per bushel, to  say nothing of an all-year-round seaport.      In  the  meanwhile  it will   be  open to the wheat growers of Central  ������.nd Eastern Saskatchewan    to    shio  their  product   east  or  west  as  they  prefer.      Witli^ reference to the present situation a  well-known real estate man says: "As might be expected in view of the approaching completion  of a  great achievement, the  wail of the pessimist is heard ln tbe  land, mingled with the voices of those  who know the facts and who accordingly are inclined to takca somewhat  hopeful view of the situation.     Such  views I am content to pass along for  what they are worth.     Among those  familiar with the facts aB to the resources  and   transportation    requirements of the Canadian West, this haif-  brewed rhetoric and prattle as to impending    disasters    from      improved  transportatlo-n facilities will be taken  at its face value.      The conclusions  of  the   Calgary ^conference   will  be  worth attending to; and the combined  wisdom and judgment of the conferees will bring out a number of important aspects of the Panama situation that up to this moment we have  been  overlooking altogether. '  and the devil to the, bottomless pfcftW, ft'^a  (Rev. xvii, 14; xix- 19, 20; xx,' l-S-.K X?M  Zech. siv  1, % -1 "**��������� ""If  Like  the  multitudes  who' clung to  Him   when   here  in  humiliation  and'  upon whom He always had con-inass-  ion.   there  are   multitudes   now  who   ,  would listen to the   gospel    if   they  could hear it, but many of the reiig-    ^  ious   leaders  of  today  are  as  much     ^  against  the   gospel   of   God  concern--;      *  ing His  Son,  Jesus  Christ,  as  were.,  .  the scribes and    Pharisees' against^ -  Jesus Christ.      Those who today be-"  if eve that Jesus is God. the Creator',    ,  of all things, who died for us, bearing  our sins in His own    bo'dy   on    the!,   a  cross, rose from the dead, ascended1     ,  to  Heaven  and   is   coming again  to  set uo His kingdom of righteousness  and peace on this earth, are account-. '  ed unlearned, ignorant,    behind    the'  times, narrow and all else that unbe-j  ]i_v!n*t words ccin describe.     H***w *'t- -  terlv foolish seemed their accusation^  in  the  light  of  His   question,   "How ,  ^an   Satan   cast   out   Satan?   (Verse  23). How great and far-reaching His '  saying in verse 27, "No man can -en- <  te"**  into  a   strong   man's  house   and   '-"  spoil his goods  except he first bind *��������� ,  the strong man."   , The devil is the  god    of    this    world,    blinding    the  minds of all unbelievers.     The whole  world lieth in the wicked dne.      And  it was not wholly an untruth /when he .  said to our Lord as h������ showed Him  all  the kingdoms ot, this world' and  the glory of them,     "All that, is delivered  unto me,  and  whomsoever I    ,  will, I give it." (11 Cor. Iv, 4; 1 John  v, 19;  Matt. iv. 8; Luke Iv,'. 6). Those  i  who talk  of  winning  the   world  fo^   .'  Christ do not seem to  neiieve these  j  truths nor consider the necessity *of ).  getting rid of the devil, but it stands  '  as our Lord  said���������the    strong-   man.' '-  must he bound before his goods, can,   ."*���������  be taken.  The unpardonable sin of verses 29,  30, makes us think of 1 John v. 16;  "There is a sin unto death. I do not  say that he shall pray for it." Let  us not forget verse 28 of our leBson.  "All.sins shall be forgiven -unto the  sons of men and blasphemeies wherewith soever they shall blaspheme,"  and also I John i, 7. "The blood of  Jesus/Christ cleanseth from all sin "  What, then, can this sin ?be; that hath  never forgiveness, but the persistent  r  C.N.R.   ACROSS   CONTINENT  All   Necessary  Inanclng  Done, Says  Sir William  MacKenzie  Montreal:���������"All the financing has  been done for the completion of the  Canadian -Northern Railway from  Montreal to the Pacific Ocean.  The proceeds of $35,000,000 guaranteed by the Canadian Government  to build the section from Montreal to  Port Arthur are In the bank and seven thousand men are at work hurry-.  ing forward the stretch to completion.  A splendid hotel will be built in the  city of Montreal on a site which the  company considers the best in the  city.  Those aro some of the announcements mado recently , by Sir William Mnckenzlo, president of tho Canadian Northern tlallway, prior to leaving on the Royal George for England.  NORTHWEST   ENCHANTING  Dr, Berube, of New Hampshire Town  Will 8ell Out and Move West  East Canada, N.H.���������Dr. P. Bemho  returned from an extended trip In tho  Canadian Northwest, visiting Muni*  toba, Alberta and Saskatchewan, lie  doscrlbod   tho   country.  "������������������<*.   pnyo*   "ThnriA   rnn     Iwa     iiollilni/  better and lt is an Ideal country for  young people to makt* ii homo.  Dr. Berube Intends to dlsposo of  his property horo und remove to ono  of tho large cities of the Northwest.  Ho will engage In an extensive bual-  ucus.  jcuioai   iu   1401,611   lO   tlie   VOlOtJ- ui   tlio  Spirit, whose delight is to point to  Jesus Christ, who alone can forgive  sins? As there Is "none other name"  (Acts lv, 12). if that name Is refused <r dishonored there can'be no  forgiveness, 'but Only eternal damnation (verse 30).  As he was told thai. T-Thi iiiothi-r and  HiB brethren  were  without.' desirlne'  to speak to Himi He stretched forth  Ills hand toward his    disciples    and5  said.  "Behold   my mother    and    my  brethren,   for   whoever  shall   da the  will of my Father, which is in heaven,  the   same   is  my brntbrw  rind   sistei*1  and mother" (verges .ii-s*!;, flfatt. xll.  46-50).     On another occaqif>u Ho said.  "My  rfiothnr  and   mv     brethren     nr*������  those   which   horn*   the   w'M'd' of  God  and  do It"   (Luke  viii.  2,1). Wbon a;  certain on* arti-* of tho blessedness ���������  of boliiR His  V'thor Ho said, "Yea. i  rather blensed are they thnt hear tho '  word of God nfid keop It"  (Luke xv,  28),     Wo cannot but think   of   His ,,'  words on  the  hist^.night  conoevhlng ���������  such as keep Hin words bocomins' a -  mansion  In  which  both  Ho nnd-HI������ ���������  FatliP-r  would   rtwwll.       At  the  snmo  '  time TTo told TTIh Father Umt certain  ones  hsrt  received   the wonts  which,"  tho Father had given I-Ilm for thorn  (John >iv. 23; xvll. 8).    T am greatlly  Impressed by the fact that roeefvlng ,  TTIn word������i rondo TTIm so clnd thnt T-Te  told Tlln Father of H.      TTow it must ,  1,1'lnve T-TIrn in hnve His worr"������������ treated ;  ns many or his proresson rriends treat  lb em today, soemlnply forrrottlhg that  ffl   TyTf* w-,i-r''",   v,ttt  **it T"in.  n*it  ttin  Fntber's (John xll. 49:  ylv. 101. "Wo  ran fr* nothln'r n*mi*>Rt ih*- tr'^h. but  for the truth.'  (11 Cor. xlll, 8).  ^  Count Von Hammerstnln Killed  Winnipeg.���������It    1������     reported     horo  iiii.nihil ii i../i4.j.,ii',.li.,.Mwj, cf :��������� .:iv.4.iA  The  flax  market hnu    li'iin-d    dull | that  Count   Von     HrnnmorRt.eln    wan  again, and pricos have declined 4c. to  r>c.  per bushel.      To-day's prices are  No.   1   North-Western.  $2.08;   1   Manitoba.   $2.04;   llojooteih   $1.90.       The  .MUV   llll UH'   ���������.���������li'uvii   .ai    ~Z.v>~.  on rtolivery in t������lGiv Fort William and  m  ���������VYf  '*��������� ''I  m  ��������� .H'U  ti\  "'1  Port Arthur.  kJllr-d In Paraguay, Ron*') A merle!!,  where ho was I'liileuvoriug to ulurt  a revolution. Tlie count was horo  last summer after having been in the  , ,..*.!,,..     ,...., ...I. ^ e        V.l.vi^r, *r������.A ������,r,mr������  several oil companies.  weeks on  nn nil  exploration trip and  from  which,  It  ������������ hiiiiJ,  ho promuiru   "worsaKlien '  uctoii-r  na  .u_t m  *_uj  Italian    Casualties <  ������  . Washington.���������The casuullles to tho    >  Itnllnn army in the war with Turkey  to June 7, woro 57    oUlcers and 588    '<  soldiers   dead,   iiocordln-i   to   the   au-   ...  nonncomont of the Italian minister of   '  v.'.-v Jiua received by  th- !������:>tf*������������>  ">���������'������������������  bnsflndor here.     Thoso mon were klll-  o'.'   or died   from   wounds  received   In  bill tic.  In  addition  two olHeera    and    JlSflY.;/'  soldiers were l<>M  and aro accounted  *i\-m  ������.,   ������v>,������  ..../.nt,.,-  ���������/.nr*-  bv <Hr,rioni*s*N  nneo   from   the  seventh   reel meat  ot  ara Sell. THE    CRBST6N    REVIEW, _OKESTON,    B. C.  M;  -,v*.-  L*.-.'--:  THE KOOTENAY GARAGE OOMRANY  R. S. BEVAN. MANAGER ORESTON BRAN Off  ^^^mWMmmWmmMmWm^mWmmtS^Bmm^m WIslWill 'mmmm^amammm . ^_g_arSi^_.*^^W_i_f_Saaa  __���������,��������� .���������-.,..-,- ���������;--^^al'asYig  V       <VW^A^^i^i^<>Ai(^i>i^iasiV*^������^������V*^^^**AA)^ "%C  ._J������ ,/**  Hs_B_l _f_ S__l ��������� -^sb_ ii ���������      _���������  f ������ liG bi naiygs Uui SJ08 .ullU-U- I  J ii it  I Billiards and Pool If Hot or Cold Baths f  I _*__*_<*?_   R������������_q   ������>������.g&_sb!_   jl At Any Hour I  f /������������ II ������& 1  _____-____*��������� ���������  stSBSsa |  PORT HILL ITEMS   i_  Jim English of Kootenay, Idaho, arrived here last week and has opened the  hotel again.  The Port Hill ball team will play Ores-  ! ton at. Bonnybrook ranoh July 12. They  { also played Copelaad the Fourth  H, A. Freuoh aud wife ure taking an  extensive trip to Spokasio and Idaho  points. - -  Mrs. H. Barlow is expected home soon  from a trip to Oregon.  G. J. Bayles of the Dominion Saw  Mills Co., roturued from Nelson Tues-  * **.  day, whore ho has ?boou on company  business.  *���������_-_#* ess-  f&eZi������Z  VVE HAVE THE  YOU Want FORSUHMERWear  o5j5n Canvas TTT^i  shr. '        "   s   ���������       a *_r,_^r_g' __ _^_ Y.    J   >;������  | Ladies White Can- ',  Church  Notices  ..������  f                    /s* II  > -                W- I w                     ������  ? Wgars and Cigarettes J j Razors  Ground and Set  S  _    ��������� . . :  SI . ._*���������  METHODIST CHUECH  Services will be hold every Sim-Jay ���������>������  follows;  Morning        - v        11:00 a. m.  Evening   -        *, -...?-7:_j)p. ������..  Sabbath-School 2:20 i>. m.  Yon aro .'welcome to   tarry With m  SiRDAB PERSONALS  Wo regret to say thnt a resident  of  this distinguished burg bus r  vas Oxfords  $������ Hisses, Childre  K? nn  -.v������VMVl)    LfpCU  ens,   Boys,  Youths   and  i1ens ������8  *d^  Canvas, Rubber and Leather Soles in  ������>--,���������.- ������_ R-UNISiiNQ SHOES  guilty of trying to vent his spite and  I������ r  im  CT*   A' ���������.   _l     II   A -TP" I��������� I r��������� i      ������������^       __ I  OMivi nfti r iiz.LU. FrQO I  ������>*>W^WM*%%WWMAIV������l^ JWUWM������_JU^Ajyy^^^^^^ , , v ,.-.    Jfc?  HB .^'''������������������a^^^'-'W***^^!***^!^  PROFESSIONALS  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  Kroti I.. V'tU'penfcei-  Fiistor  *f___t*������_*    5f_^>������-_-__*. _���������****  ������W������W������     A**<gl&!������&l!  V  at  JJ7  S C. ___HB SUSVsrOK ASD   Architect ,' "ST  titeasattahte n_rf_*_>������  1  ���������a"  ;f"J  Plans and Speeifications  r** o ���������G*oT*r\xT -^. ^.  vn������lU_VXl      ��������� ��������������� _5.*^.  I For the next thirty days |  S* T -'I  2_       _. >vii_  give  DENTISTRY  n. e. hallTd/d. S.  ii ifi Pprrp^f si?-"--  -*  **.*4  iii  FRESBYTKUIAN   VUUBqii.  Servico every Siuulay at 11 a. in.  i ml 7:80 p. m.  Sabbath School at 10 a. m.  Adult Bible (.M.-isj; at close of evening SiU'Vli'O.  W. G. Blake  .'Minister  TD)/m*5R 7ulfi>/*n\ /F^^  _s_  ������ on all work if you bring I  O-uOO   over   Frank Parks iiardware \  S/f* IL S* ^asinian  Store���������Baker Street.  CRANBROOK,  B, C.  i this announcement.  ^i>    :   For Sale by  3. P. WISLER  GUY XOWENBERG  s 4 2������Sttr _������������<&, ft fi. ���������or. Ul^rsiae |  & "ftowarfl S*������_a_e "G3ast  if  INQUIRE -AT. McCREATH'S  LIVERY  OONSULTING   ENaiNEEB  CRESTON     .  OKEIvt,, YOUNG &  ���������4--.J,  Real Estate and Insurance.  HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON     -  J CRANBROOK  - B.C.  MiiOAM LAVAL*--..'  Cotton Root Compound Tablets  A BEUiABL- BSJGUI4ATOR  These Pills are compouaded with the greatest  cswe from tlie most reliable remedies known to  science; such as are being- used with much succes?  by the most celebrated physicians known.  They are a specific ior the distressing' disorder.  ! to which the female constitution is, liable  Prim ������?> ->  "-.������������       ���������"--    ** '     ���������    "  TAG      tt       C"r**TTA_TT������T   *^,  ITire, Life and Accident Insurance    (| sas-  REAL ESTATE, Etc.  TRAII,       -       -       -   B.C.  I MCMICDDBM0 r  - iilvv ui iiii.u r  Ul  UP  All tbe Vory Latest Stylus in Ladies' Hals,   Trimmings, Flowers  and Ribbons.  LADIES'   REA.L> ST-A1ADK  WAISTS  _ _������������������������  Editing  IU Contract,  For the 'uiildlnpr of your Now  Houso, Stoic, Olltco Workshop  or other building:, write or call  on nic. EatimatcH given on all  kinds of work.  Now LinoH of I.adio.-i nnd C) bilil-  rons'   Stolikincfs and  Woaring  Apparel suiliililo to tlio Season,  Repairs & Alterations  A 8PEOIALTY  Charges reasonable and HutiHf������,ction  guaranteed on All Work  Mrs.  n. YOUNG  WATER NOTICE  We,   The  Bedlington   and   Nelson  Railway   Company of Vancouver, B.  C, bj' occupation a railway company,  give notice that we intend on the 24th  day of July next, at eleven o'clock in  ! the forenoon, to apply to   the   Water  ' Commissioner at his office at Nelson  13.   C.   for   a   licence   to   take   and  use     one-half   {%)    cubic    foot    of  water  per second from an unnamed  spring to be diverted at a point about  018.5 above tho Water Tank.  The water will bo used on our right  !   of  way,   for domestic   purposes,   for  s   locomotives and trains.  A. II. Mac-NxsiiaL,  Solicitor for Bedlington and  . Nelson Railway Company  j    Dated this 12th day of Juno, UH2.  i  JOHN   BOVD,   Creston  Creston 1. ��������������� %. mo  2095  ItJl,  wrath against the rest of our peaceful  citizens for an iniRgiuRry iu jury done  him by our school teacher.   The offend^  lug member being possessed of a child  who, beiug either hot  overblessed by  providence or from lack of attention and  perseverance, failed to make satis factory   ^~  progress, dssired the teaoher tp give his  child private tutoring iu the   evenings  wanting to pay him for it, but the teacher rightly   seeing that to push one  j child ahead would ouly cause discontent  ' and discourage  the rest declined,  but  3ugg.o������ed thai lie would teach the whole  school 2 hours extra for nothing.     This  of course did not suit "selfish" who just  wanted his own child to progress and  not the rest in proportion; bat  the teacher was obstinate, the offender thereupon started to do his utmost to have  the teacher displaced at the end of the  term and being of some authority in: local educational circles might hare sue- |  (ceeded, but the teacher beiug a man of.  : much merit and having greatly  pleased  the general populace, by his   perserver-  auue and attention to his duties and the i ���������������<  way he has brought the children ahead j m  excepting, we presumed, the child concerned, the people have all added their  names to a petition to headquarters and  even ifimdei* the circumsfcattces the tea-  cher shall desire a change they intand  that he shall leave with gloiy and honor  and not turned in disgrace.  Foolish men who try to make trouble  and unpleasantness for others .find it is  sure to fall back--on themselves.  Mr. Phalen, tho school teacher left  last week for Victoria. We hope to see  him back at the beginning of next term.  ilr. J. L. Qunife has purohnsed Mr.  Hoffman's launch.  Mr. nnd Mrs. Iko Lewis woro in Sirdar over Sunday.  Mr. Hoffman and family me preparing to move lo Cranbrook where they  ljitond to reside in the future,  ..T-..,-. _ . ^.ft.____���������_!  f-^&g*^;^*^-^-'  ^a. - ^������ - >c������., v^ x5T������i^-. ej^ ������j  *^_b*^_^^_r*?_^*^^*_w4s^_^*:4P^-*^*4X. <^������ jm  ..-V. ,*r   -v   -w   -s?- -^ -^- y^Y^*VS  | fioldstmani  A        W  tolMIMlt-    ������������������___BH_I  W ���������   ���������   ���������   ^*a������     ������WSItlB|  __-.,  M 0 ��������� ��������� M    _TT_. ��������� ������ ���������    ��������� ��������� . -__ T  ��������� w&flB wi SHU    *#  vernon,   a. c*  ���������^   fi__"_E__>ffl E ra  ,S.-.B-_  "HT**^gB g^J"^'^^^.^_Sl'-"Zi '���������.'"���������'  ������"'__! ������������������������'s-*w-Bt,^!^'y-)?^.i^O^  _^?l:^#^v-;  j*_a .  Taa.w a ,^l^vl;;:|^1^0  *> to^Lr tw:se_:,Hoa:i;:1trTn;ud guai:anteed true  ^a    ..   . *v C tarry   an tlie   leadmo-   irarat_��������� ,*.  -   on tWyr,o_ whole r������ots!Pedalty '" badded St������ck  |       For further particulars apply to ouTltcIl AgeuY"    |  | J. Blinco, Box 39, Creston, B.C. %  ���������r-^ |   ir        v      ^r     -^^    ^a*   ^^r   ^*/r   ^^^^ ^^^b- ������|^ ^ojar  "W&m B^m       ^ ^^mJEggggagj}^^  ff aWLW   fRBmWgSBBB&BBSarm _!_?__ ____-_B_.-^_-__-_ "Jl 1  , ������. ^^g  mxarajauaaa? BWmWB^m\9a%mlBr'almWS H  Comprising i25 Acres ���������  GUARANTEED HC5V1E QRGWM  Gellared*^���������Roots in'earth, no danger of winter killing  "'���������ti.        "We can Hold your trade." >:   ,  Established lOOObytho HON. MARflN BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture  I ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH ATCATALOGUE PRICES  m For Catalogue and Price list, write to������������������?.'���������:?' j������|,  I WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B: G?  |  HARRY Ll  Painter and Decorator  Wall Paper  Calsoniining, Poiuting, Paper-h inging Oarrlnije and Sign Painting.  Let mo givo you iidvico aud estimates on your work. All work guar-  autoad togivosntisfnotion.  YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY GETTING MY ESTIMATE8  Ktttiiiiir-uai*  Meets firHt nnd'third Thursdays  in  each moutb,  JnfjinH 1-Jnll fit 8 p,  m  Visiting Brothovn oordinll)' invited.  George Brodoriole, W. M.  SYNOI>������/s OX- CANADIAN  NOIITH.  WJCHT  MINING IlKOULA'riONH  Walter V. Jacks:*!, Roc. Soo.  I ORCHARD/STSf I  I           ,.Y       '      '.'"YL1-..J_-'-L!L-' J_-_ Y. ���������.;'.     - JL."_!!_���������"_���������_��������� "Y-U!!"- "'  ! Tfee Fraser Volley Nurseries, Ltd.  I    __        m      ��������� ALOitRQROVE, B. C.  Havk This Pinkht  Home������Qrown Nursery Stock  Including Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries, etc.  ������MWMft������s������WsllMNI_Mi-������H^^  FO!7 rULL FARTi'JuLARS  WftiTK��������� On Hkc*.--  BICIIAItrJ McCQMll, IAS. COM!TON,  Geiiural Manager, _^ Local A (rout.  *>V- CieHlou, ii.U.  A  I .������  r.  <A_AAUA||AVAV A-,   J>,  COAL���������Coal mining j'lfflitH may Im lonniHl  for Iwciily-ono yvurri, ronowablo utun unniiiil  rontal of "Jl an aoro. Not morn tliuii ^',000 uu-  ivn t'ftri Uo JoiiNoil to ono applleant. Itoyully  flvo iioikh jmr ton. Id uji;,iu v������.vtnl Itiiruory  llio tract miiHt lio Hlnlcod out liy (ho appll  I'.iinl, In jkii'hoii, and poi'Noiuil ajipllcatlon to  tho A|*oiit or Hiib-Atfontof IJonilnloii I.aii d  lor tho dlNtrlot iiiiiHt, lu all cusos ho inuilo and  Mio rental for tlio fli'Nt yom* hiiinI. lx> jmhl to  Iho   iiKcnt Wllliln   thirty   dayii  aftnr (llln_  tiUAK'J'S!���������A poi'Hon oltflitnon yoarn of iik<  and ovor, having' mado a illnoovory nmy lo- |  i-iitn ,1 fliilu, 1 ���������',[���������,;> feci, by l,!A)u, I'Vu, "j.,. At I  UuiNt SI00 miiHt ho oxpmiilixl am tlu: ciaiin  1'iioh ymir or paid to tho Mlnlni; Uooordor  Wlion !jr,00,0 Ihih lioon oxpnndod orinild unit  othor H)i|iilrcinonl������ oompilod with, the claim  may ho lnirolniH.id at tfl an norc  I_A(;Klt MINING Of.AJMH aro COO foot  louiiiuid from 1.000 to 2,000 j'oct M'ldn. Knt.r.v  ton if.". Not h'MH than 9100 miiHi ho o.xpondi-ii  in ilov'ii|ii|iniii(Mit worlc oaoh your.  J'KKDCtlNO.--Two lOMKfM ot tlvc 3llIJi..i ini'ii j ni  (it'll vl''.-,' ii,;;;,    )/,j jf.Hiiml III illlllll'lllllcnill     fur I i4  ii term ot i.'D.vi'ni'H.   Jtoiilnl. ttion ml In por nn-1 (S  inn.i.    Moynliy. *.','.j *>i,rc-iili urt.or Iho oiilpul  OX Ol'llMf 10,1.1(1(1.  VV. W. CORY  JJoputy AllnlHtor of tho Jntorlo   ,._.,_i-n.������.^-i-irm--|iMt"illWli'ilil_^  THE CRESTON MERCANTILE COMPANY  -----  |- ! !5SS=5aBSB--= ..���������      Is showing* a fine line of  Including  Plain and Flowered  Mats    .    .    25c to 50c  Baskets   .  Pongee Silk  *-*' %j"a*/      <L.\J  .$ * 9 _f ���������f  ���������^"^^^Bjff  ________________!  ���������"'Mini -ninnnin���������m

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