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Array ~7^m^_^"'mm"-       -ST*  ���������'7ti  WtiWtiKtiti^:ti;'ftis^^  \x������m^tilti\  /  **"'��������������������� w^  'tiM  JtiB  fa ano  ���������������"���������  1  ALL THE HEWS |  of the CRSSTON  J DISTRICT  Hf^_S  I". t.vu,KH3���������w;.  ���������.-���������IK'i-SSSffll!?)  vV'.-.S-i'SMiJ.W-'Stj  J ���������������!j:'^V.,';".' ' ' '  .'**!?���������.'V'H-'  r;-;:-*,.'!:,:*^-,   ������������������������������������- ���������f'^Si'i'S*  No. 18, sth Year.  CRESTON, 3.0,   FRIDAY    DSC. ao,  19x2.  Single Copies ss.  _  __3- __        -p        _>.f B-__ A Ti_T  ��������� - ��������������� i ��������� B    IBIBBMBB   B  Ui  _f*  w".  :v  FICTION AND REFER-  Library Will Be Kept At  the    Telephone  Office  The books of the provincial traveling  Siuwdy have arrived In Creston and are  open to subscribers at the telephone  company's office. Anyone wishing to  draw hooks may do so upon signing an  agreement with the librarian regarding  the care of the books and fines for keeping them overdue, and paying; the initial fee of one dollar which is to be  *os������- to pay the freight from time to  Smith, Down our Way; Stringer, Under Groove; Taylor. Ths Heaping;  Tybont, The Smuggler; Vachell. Turn  of The Tide; Weyman, Under the Bed  Robe.  Juvlnlle���������Avery, The Dormitory  Flag; Becke, Tom WaiHs; Carey, An������  gel of Forgivness; Green, Squib and  Kis Friends; Kingston, Young Llancro  Ziramern, Gods and Heroes of the  North.  Biography���������-Lives of Lincoln, Shelley  and Wclaey.  History���������Duruy, Condensed history  of the Middle Ages; James, Siege of  Port Arthur; Morison, Imperial Rule  in luuin,.  Reference���������Hopkins, Canadian annual review; Thomas, panadian ai_i_-  nac, 1912.  O. O. S., SIGHAFIES GBANBROQE  CO-OPERATIVE STORES.  The annual Christmas entertainment  ot the Methodist Onurch will be given  iii the Mercantile Hal!. Monday. Dso.  28 at 8 p. m. She programm will consul of Cautatas e-titled, The "Jicthsr  Goose's Children's Christmas", Drills,  Ohorouses, Dialogues and Recitations.  Adults 25 cen^s, ohlldren outside of  school 15 cents. Every child will be  given a Christmas hag.  Wessss  : Pes-song are requested not to leave old  headstone crates in the cemetery 1 Any  person having previous to'this notice.  bean galley of this offence,' is cautioned  to remedy the evil.  QOfflx-* U Imi&SmtlQi  ���������flu- e*   d"*   a   _������ a-i-.__*���������  mXttVO %0e ^Js ^?i  *SS. ^iSXSSl?*.  Jton Beds with mattress and spring tor  ax*'*-.  HERE and THEkE  The Wreafc   Northern ,. railway has  started work on the branch from the  lime when the books arS Seat out and |K* v- main line at Port Hill,  to the  (river, at which point the Idaho Continental   company   will   continue the  ~70 iaoh all Hsea tabling  for. 50a  *****., i ������������������   f.~m~t~.  ..x mt.e% %M mm*,e,*,6i\������t  T "������J    B^ItOUACM  Wil   AIAAW  iXM.vxmwmi.Zmmm.  Mr. and Mrs. Tom Siswson gave a  ���������  '? '\   ���������- ���������. ���������*  house warming party at their big new  house on Wednesday evening, to which  were invited about twenty friends. The  evening which was greatly enjoyed by  Provincial constable Forrester's rami*  & arrived last Saturday.  J ITS  KdiScr Orsston Review ;������������������-  I have read with much interest yon  editorial in tbe issue of the Review of  December   eistb  on "Hard Times ia  4        T  your position against the "wide open j OBJECT 1*   5 0 C������E I I Ml  tows" and the sr-nment for diversified i  farming and stock raising ������������ both well  taken.  .'.���������Latest styles in  photos,  next to Garage.  Studio:  -J. Compton and j. W. Dow ieii for  Yiov^Qfia last Sunday. Mr. Compton  went as a delegate to the conference of  provincial fruit growers.  replaced  The library consists p! the best popular hooks ior adults and children, in  fiction,    history,    travel,    biography,  science and literature,   Books borrowed m .......... _;,   .  may be kept two weeits, and"a fine of J hulls filled with millions of bushels of  ������������.������ nan t;mM|,'Dfif paid   OU . UuOko   aSpt | .grain. ������Se l-iuiugat MuCuvT    j.u5iuS   mxxS  _i4_ time.   The fines m*ast he paid the J breakwater of Buffalo's outer harbor  work in connection with the car ferry  it is now building,  Three miles of giant freighters, their  -���������LADIES, call at our store and look  .  -  ovetow^supplyot McOalls patterns just  received.   S. A. Speers.  Assembly    Takes    Steps  That Hlstrv Wiii  *���������  "*  -or  Rssord  niv waipitf j* srspf^ g������w������*'a*"'i flmntv   . A daughter arrived at the home of  rag.   The Mawson home is roomy and  Mr. and Mrs. B. Smith last Sunday,  modern in 'every  sense of the word.  The Ladies Aid of Canyon City will  hold are. entertainment at the church on  Deo. 36th, 7:80 p. m. a nice program is  arranged after which refreshments will  {be   served.    Every child will receive  When completed It will have besides the  ngQ-1 facilities a furnace, hot and cold  water bath, a lighting system, a music  room and a billiard room.  librarian and no books will fee lent  toj today,   forming one of the heaviest  '-*������������������ -   ������������������    ������������������������������������.?*���������   '���������-��������� '    '  '-'���������'  anyone to whom unpaid fines or books  *������ge charged, .--.-Y'-'. w?;. ???"'"*?  This set of books wiU be kept, in  Creston six months when?i^?^Ul be  sent back to the provincial library &|  v������otsins.:,;...,.      -.���������-,!.���������,������������������'      - '.     .-.'..-.- -  The books at present in Crsstoa are:  Ethics���������Cell, A. P., Freedom of Ijife.  Sooial Science���������Bourinot, J. G., How  blockades of grain in the history of the  port.  As to She "wtde open town" ao ex-  BU-4eni������S_3us-Sifyit,pssti������nl-rly80 if  pubUoeestimentis against it and the  officials do their duty in the enforce*  ment of the law.    From an economic ��������� ....  -��������� ' i   Withouta dlsoordeaft aols, 880 fruit  standpoint any gain through revenue j  ��������� ��������� '    _ ��������� growers, bankers and railroad men ot  received from tha saloon is offset  oyj  19 w&sKiEjglan. Qar@_on. Ioa_Q __.*l M0H-  tana, assembled in ths chamber of com*  merse boUdiag cf Spokaas Mosdsy,  =j5"e OS S^^HSS^, S3������SiHlGSSl'E'  SS $���������?-?"  isg a central selling o^anization, sad  ajuned- pArmanent committee, virtually a board of nine trustees, eo "work  out the details of organization, and to  [iscosposaie eo as oo effect ecsh sa er=  gasi-atisn.   The cp-usittee itss giTws  90 days in which to complete its soheme  of crgtalsa'SioHi.   This psopofltloa "������ttl  then be snbscitted to dvesy apple growing district in tbe four state* Wpseaent-  _4 -at the conference, and it will bs op-  .1  --Photos at $1 a doses for ike rsstlaosiethiag.   Bev. Mr-. Blnke will take  ��������� m. m. _.     ._t   ^_ _   1.��������� .t��������� X .I-ZaA���������       ���������X���������       V���������      Xml.f.^  of the year at the i_u������ Svuaio r.s_5 so j tasv-^sii".    a. w������soi������������u������ -wha*  ������a  vanau  trade and the cost of enforcement ot  the laws against offenders, also from  the decreased earning power of those  wfy> drink to excess.  pn the moral side ef the question ao������  [argument   should   be necessary.   The  shielding of a community from a_y������  thing ^?kic- tesds to corrupt its morals  Is of first importance.  I have in mind a concrete example pf  what it means to a town to have liquor  selling 6_at out as compared with one  a-h������������>h ia wide coen.  A man at the head of two large lum-  i bar companies operaiiuK m������1������*s in Oatw-  tional   with   the   individ-al   dlstricM  Garage.  1  io told me the following '������������������  whether they will aSaHaso  w!m& *������������  According to M. S. Middleton, .assis"  tant horticulturist,; who*rst?n^^ f^ns  ChicagovSvmo_i,y^wijK?^itJ^?C������sHH������!'  bia display at the Chicago" land show,  "lis causing considerable Com-mant and  ainazemeht. "While thu ��������� thermomen-  ter there was' 27 degrees-1: beiow.; zero,  joentrbi organisation.  j towards a new organ for the ohurch.      OBe oorapaB, owns and oontrols the|   TBeBdaj*fl gabkesman Beview ������e_-  ! AH a?s ^>seia!ly ipvited. ^wu w&ere it operates and no Siqear ts s m%n|g ott tne consaregWB as xollows:������~  vw������������^  i^ '-    ~ ���������" ~~'        'ti !.iww*������������ came into the place.   The J    *������]&__-.��������� st-ess.  exd^i-Soa'iana ������9������tt������  | ������ *pa^*^p ������������ ��������� ���������    " " | ��������� " "* *   y.  of Creston, had the misfortune to break j   WANTED���������HonsefceepOT, place near  i   , .-,..������������������    '"���������--.������������������������������������������  rtlmmrn   "Smmmmtt-  0.9   CJtis'Ha��������� S-m    ������mmmm.^i^m mm ���������  ��������� -.... .  his leg, last-Saturday.  I  town.    For partieulars, wcUo WI. ,W.  ' -|^'.,'^'T-^'.,iV.?  All  as our sfcor������ and  t:-_i-"'_U'������iM*ov. ���������'���������. '-^ :-^������,.-������'.:'-  i^LABISS,  e  Yf  ���������  look over our supply of McOalls patterns just recieved.   S. A. Speers  other company is located in a regularly  * __������_.xmJt Xf^m,mt ������,hir>h   in   wilXe   OSOn  tllUUA|A4i,i*iiSU WKB     ������e=p-^���������         .  -    - ,      ������   (  i-This ma������wenlrto������ie,W������k";������w^ ih������.iac  ass? \by tha ^nt������sr,  I  Iger lOWlit which' Is  .where there is uo bank, and asked the  a -| went to Spokane on Monday to have **  1  %m.  Canada, Is C^eraed;     ���������Osinnfll. W.  fchfi |)eople asked Mr. Middleton such  M., Social Theories and Social racts; q^ion8as j^^. ������0an you g^w ap-|Ul.  J-assingham; H. W., Laboured Pro- ^ up there in fchafc cold com,tryr ���������   l  IV 2&s. G. A. Hunt ot Kitchener is quite  The peace conference was launched  Monday only to be interrupted Tuesday by a complication resulting from  the policy of Greece in waging war  and negotiating peace simultaneously.  teotion.  Natural Science���������Brightwen, Mrs.,  Rambles with Nature Students; Louns-  berry, Alice, Guide to. the WUdflowers;  Maxwell, Sir Herbert, Memories of the  Months.  ���������'"���������-'-.  Useful Arts���������Bailey, l*. H.t Prlnol- [The Turkish   delegation   announced  pleBOf Fruit Growing; Falton, J. A.  Peach Onltare; Pipg, F.H., The Soil;  Milej, Manley, Stook-breeding *, "Watson,  O. 0., Farm Poultry. !  Deuorlption and Travel���������Bishop, I. B.  Korea and Her Neighboures; Hiedon-  stam, O. G, Swedish Life In Town  and Country; Asfinall, British West  XudeB; Vivian, Herbert, Abyssinia.  Literature���������Field  Eugene, A little  that it was empowered to confer with  three Balkan states which signed the  [armistice at Tchatalja and, as a consequence, adjournment was taken until  Thursday to enable the Turks to obtain instructions.  Thnt the establishment of a general  agency, under the control of tbe government, who knew tho demands of  the market nnd wtiat each section of  ������������������ ���������WANTED, application io rent 'the  lands of the Alberta and British Columbia Exploration Co., Ltd., near Creston,  B. C, known as the Kootenay Reclamation Farm Lands. Application to be  lodged with the company at their office  aft Kaslo, B. 0., not later than 81st of  Deoember 1012.  Mr. and Mrs. A. Hooks of Kiotehai,  Idaho at rived in Creston yesterday for.  a rislt with her parents Mr. and Mrs,  J, J. Grady.  his teeth attended toby Dr. Peterson  of that city. He spent the greater part  ot Tuesday and Wednesday in the  4*bntist8 chair, so did not see much of  Spokane.   His wife.accompanied him.  ���������A full line of guns and ammunition at the Mercantile.  denoe dominated y eaterday*s' odjifstSBCSr  ai ths fsrult-g-dwi-g \k%t*tm&]c������ti'Bux  Peci_c ������eH6west*:- -';' ft.".< "T^r^**??-  'JSjss ������_cn sis sasklsg hislesys* ?-*  I miariied s. local observer.   This ^rill \t&  total amount of the deposits belonging | nna������sh in the pan, and I'll give vow  to the men working- for th- respective  companies at the two dltfea'ent places  giving him the pay-roll uames. He w  ported that the men in the town where  no liquor was sold had over. 940,000, on  deposit, and at the other place praotical-  ly nothing. This needs no comment.  Yout; suggestion for a remedy to turn  Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Gale of Port Hill  wero in Creston, Wednesday.  ���������Jnst arrived, < another shipment of  Jackson's Best Tea.   The Cash Store.  Ruth   Smith,   returned  from Blko,  Tuesday.  a*-? reason for that belief'." The fmifc-  growing districts of the northWeiU;, b&sf  and little, are here in force. These delegates are in earnest. They grasp Die  need of organisation and are determined not to return to their homes with  & confession that the dellberatiosp .haifs  come to nothing definite an4 tfQgible^  vuo  tsbalBnpoo!t^efre!������ft ^s to one 'That oommltteeof nine repre������jnt������  Ih favor of the to-wu Is a good one. dlpotly a very large share of A the, sp^lsf  Fruit raising ts ail right but there Is s tonn������gao<^ Wiwhinglon, Oregon, M������ho;  long time to wait foi returns and  theinverage man cannot afford to depend  noon that sonroe alone. If he wil!  plant a part of his laud to fruit and on  and Montana. . Ire -members h^fe.ttio:  confidence of ijjialr own^^ people. ^Wf.  know tbe, problems that oonfreii't? ^e  industry.   They have kaye4e^t,.dUre?l?-,_(  *mmx  book of Tribune verso; Lucas, E. V-,  .   ��������� _        ���������     -      -_        ���������.   , the province was capable of shipping  Old    Lamps   for  Now; Sbakespear,  .���������._..     m,   ���������,   ,?      -.   a1...i������ ivnuiil rln much to further the  William, As Yon Llko It; Shelley, P,  B., Poetical workp.  Flotlon���������Balloy, Tho God of Clay;  Boldrowood,   Rom unco    of    Canvas  Town; Brown, In the Vain Buinluun,  Tho   Leaven  of  Love;  Cheney,  His  Wifo; Ci'iiwlord, Thu Heart of Homo  Crockott, Tho Iron Lord; Davis, Cap  tain  M.icklln;  peeping, Bortrand of  Britiuiy;  Divor, Candles In tho Wind  For man,    Gavdon    of    Llos;      l?ry,  :i Mother's Hon; Cale, Loves of Pulleas  and   Kliiiio;    Uoodriuh,   Buiuuco  of  Power; Harrison, Count and tho Congressman; Hlcheus, Tho Fruitful Vino  JohnBton, Lowlo Rami; M������xw������ll,  HIU  Rise; Mitchell, Pandora's Box; Mltoh-  ull, Tho Uud City;   Mulouk, John Hull-  tr.",   ^*'*:*f*"*rr"v������:   'M'tiim    Tt.or.khn.vcn:  Orc/.y, Firo In Stubble;  Phillips,  Tho  Plum Tree;   Ray, Quickened;   ItobhiH  A Dark Liiuteni" Itunklc. The llctmct  1 daily, would do much to further the  ends of successful fruit growing in  British Columbia, is the opinion of A.  Boncquet, of Vancouver, expressed ln  an address at Grand Forks.  Tho B.-Miners Ferry Herald says that  a u\x million dollar corporation hnw  been formed to harness the Kootenai  river at Kootenai Fulls foi electrical  power.  ���������We pay the freight, and if you ate  not aatlafled with tbe values received  from us, we will pay the , freight baok  and refund fall amount of your pur*  chase.   C. C. 3.  The Pan Amorlcaia Jubilee Singers  wl o woro in Creston laBt Friday night  under the uuspluoa cf tha M&thcdist  ohuroh sang to a buioII but appreolatlvo  audience. Their ruudatiou of tho old  familiar pieces, "Old Black Joe" aud  the "Bteam Calliope" attracted moro  than tho usual amount ot applause.  ���������If nil line of Mackinaws and sooks  forthe'Lumbor--Jftok.' The Cash Store  the remainder and between ths tree. * wd influ^plally with lb,lr l������rt  grow other crops, with the wonaeriuliy ������***������������������tu-, l ��������� . - h< .  pi^duotlvesoiiot the Creston district, those problem, I don't pells*fss^^  *>1 I - - ��������� '      *.mm    - _1 _._._.      _l___k_i       ___k__      f  Mrs* K. Dennis and Mrs Tom Qnaife  of Sirdar were in CreBton, Tuesday,  shopping.  ���������Buff Cochin Bantams for sale, |7 60  a trio.   Geo. Meade, 17-������8t*  Mr. and Mn>. J. O. Hykert ol Bykerts  B. O.i spent Wednesday iu Oreston.  ���������Have your pioturo taken while iu I  I Oreston. Studio behind the bank.  ���������Registered Yorkshire White Boar,  Oak LodgoDukc of Agusab���������SC278, brwl |  by tho director of the experimental farm  Agassis, B. O., ls for eervloo at Valley  Vlaw ranoh, on Alice Mine Trail, rats |8  Roy D. Hogarth has gone to Ools-  tliail  tO   HJIHIIU   MIU ^VUIIAU   ������lAMAIyl'/IA   ..AA.l  his friends Mr. nnd Mih. W. IT. Mtirr.  ���������Our now fall shapes in Mens Hats  havo arrived.   Creston. Worcantiie Oo.  Maloome Boyd returned from Kitoh*  oner Monday.  ���������Stanflolds underwear st the Oreston  mwrottiui-u,  Sledding on the sidewalks Is danger,  ous to pedestrians and in an inoorpora  tsd town Wonld not bo allowed.       ^  ���������Send for our prloos on furniture, wo  pay the freight.   O. 0. S.  he is sure to get satisfactory results, if  he knows hie business and attends to it.  If ho oan afford to add some live-stock  he will do still better for much more  oan bo realised from many kinds of  farm products through live stock than  In any other way.  A case in point recently came to my  attention.   A man whom I met on a  train who owns a ranoh near Lowlston,  Idaho, vtold me that a year ago ho bought  nix brood sows at. about $25 each and  that he had just sold them and their in-  orooao at auotion for $1,750.   He had the  advantage of having a wheat field into  I which he turned tho bogs oitsr harvest,  bnt where alfalfa, olov&r or corn will  grow any suoh orop will rstnrn good  money lt fed to stock.  The Creiton district has the responsibility of becoming a big revenue pro*  duoer, and with Us fins olimate and oth  fi  : i. ��������� ... .  boa*? of men is the northwest ������h������j*j wiw.'  jj ,     , ,   ��������� * * '*    ,���������������'.  '>i''->������^'f < ���������     ���������  The government did its part in m blgf,  bro id way.     It went about its work  exactly as ths. stookhold������|TS of * BJtsat  railway would go about tbe trshsaotlon  of Important baslness.   It yotosQ oa-  reservedly, its, cohfldenos in  ths oom  iniktee and gaye   them   uOljaiQpetod  powc: to act. ' Oonfidsnoo begets ooofl-  4sac9.   Tho cbtjamltteo TOusl) ,fe������i ..In-  spired to give the bsst seirvlos thaf it*  in them.     They will feel H^a ^ol^.  back to their various districts, and in*  yltlng their people to some oopfldsntly  and loyally Into tho groat mpyeaiont  that promises to maoh tor ths prosper*  Ity ot the northwest.  Later reports ssy that the oonualtMf  ot nine appointed l>y ths apple gtowVf  after a continuous Wslon of 90 lw������ois.  has completed its work ot prspsrlng ths  of Navarro;   HubmoU, A Marnago m, ( ^  Sea- fcharbtir, At m Ago of Kve,,- ������*^r** U^'  ������Art   'P-.tiatn'-f ot Tlntili-fniHl.   Hask,������  FOR    SALE���������Four     thoroughbred  blaokfield spaniel puppies, 6 weeks old.  I -H-u TV PHrKMM_j "Walla I  ��������� " "m 4. -m    -    ��������� X  There will bo a Carrol service at the  UTngUsh obnroh on Sunday evenlpg,  er advantages should have a large mm* ���������. .. m ^.  V *  mmt.mm.X������*.~X I _. _,__ _U_ -__lll___i _l_S_h  B&   HVIIUUIS->vh ******* *~  ****? ���������   **. ������T������-p-r  ~?*r~T     I sis. ___* lla_JI     AtaA  ber of bappv andoontented people In 1*. | *ml  orga**liiatlon Is to bs osUs* ths  North PsoWo -?umouisrf������    ass. mmm\  office U to bs iu apokano.  Ths articles ot ta^orPOf^Uoa,^ M  tlsd with ths Bsorstarf of slats tot  1 ti% i.;.aai. _._ _.  The responsibility of bringing this ta*  salt Iks at thu door of those now there.  D. W. Briggs,  -For Sale-Three hoavy young hor-1 J"8 Yww������ Biding  A-,������lv A B oars Bsvlsw. I raimaB*. ^egou  1  111  ���������n  tt-MDI THE    CRESTOft    REVIEW,  "CftKSTON;    B.C.  i&:  m,  ��������� -  v:  im  H :���������:.-.  ??'?:l  ill  il  _*_-.-:,J.  m  $&"' -:.  p Y  I  /���������? ?  1*-  ������* ,j"_  W* :V*K  11  _f*-  1-..K2-  ���������g355.v>ii  WM  Vii :���������:���������-  If"?  |,--vj  l Y ''j  It"  IS-J  U :  m  Vc  ll  h  iv ������������������  i-'i  "?*���������  T  -W-9'  mm  Are best for nursing  mothers because 'they do  not,affect the rest of the  system. Mild but sure. 25c.  ;_ box? at your druggist's.  'NATIONAL DRUG  AND CHEMICUl  CO. Of CAMJIPA, WMITED.  .*���������������������������������������������-  Ask for  nA-irnnn'-p PftlirDnP-!  HI  Ml   UlOl  J������_2������______^___S-_-__-_S  and get satisfaction  THE 'ALBERTA' HOTEL  _1C'MAINftT    WIN!-!P1?JV  m mm*    **** ***_    w m m*      am mmammm*  mm **_������������������  A **������w doers south of C.P.R. Depot  Rates ft.SO to $2.00 par Say  !  -a  Cuisine unexcelled  Hat and cold water in every repra |  Hetet   practically   Flr������pre*8  All Outside  Room*  :���������  fi  Everybody likes the  irro  The House of������Pienty"  sJmJSmm  Ti  I  VKM(\UQ  HOTEL  American and European Plans  ABDUL  HAMID ASKS ABOUT CON-  ? AN DOVUE  YWhile. Jthe empire Is ready to fall,  what dees the red sultan dream  about? Is the somewhat melancholy  and suggestive title of an interesting  article by M. Stephane Lauzanne iu  the Matin.  What does Abdul Hamid dream  j about all day long in his new palac?  1 of -eyferboy** he asks.  High i*p there on the drak coast  of Asia Minor, in this white castle  which the radiant autumn sunshine  makes whiter still, Abdul Hamid has  been shut up for the past eighteen  days,  A wall of mustery surrounds the dethroned ruler; but there ls no wall  so thick that cannot in one way or  i another be pierced by the curiosity  j of a whole world. And so, in spit*  I of all vigilenco, in sp'.te of guards and  > walls, one heirs something from time  to time of Abdul Hamid-life.  I     It is common    gossip    that    whon  j steps were take.i for his removal from  ��������� Salonica he flatly   refused   to   obey.  They  shall only tear me away from  here by sheer force, he exclaimed.  Taken Away by Ruse  But time was short and events were  pressing,   and   it   would   never   have  done  to  have  exposed   the  sultan  of  yesterday to thf> possibility of finding  himself captive  in  a    town    in    the  hands of Greeks and Bulgarians.    So  other steps were  taken  and  German  influence was brought to bear.  The Oe**Ti,H*1  o*,,"^,':'oVt?v. x.r...rtir.j  mr,-.m  sent c-'f to Salonica with a mission io  persuade Abdul Hamid. On board  were two princes of the Imperial Turkish family, _o':h of them socs-in law of  Abdul.  As soon as the Lorelei reached Salonica they were shown into the ex-  suitan's presence and did their best to  convince the fallen ruler that he must  leave the place at once. But all their  persuasion could not Induce the old  man to go back upon his resolution not  to move.  They then thought of _ final argument. The commander of the Lorelei  in the gorgeous uniform of the German navy, was ushered into Abdul Ha-  mid's    presence. This      at    once  changed his tone of defiance.  I have every confidence, he said, in  the loyalty and friendship of the kaiser. I will under such auspices fol-  lowyou all over the world.  within an hour Abdul Hamid was  on board 'ship. His presence there  was  almost  immediately  followed  by  In Luck  The codfish, said the professor.  Jays more than a million eggs.  It is mighty lucky for the codfish,  that she doesn't have to cackle over  every egg, said a student who earns  from a farm.  D;  A retired naval officer spent a week  end at Magnolia, Mass., where he  wearied a circle of friends %y his  never-ending prattle of colorless reminiscences. After he had retired  for the night a judge advocate who had  known him for years remarked to  the group:  We call him the 13 Inch bun.  Why? askod a lady from Chicago?  Well, madam, he is as big a bore  as we ever Jiad in the navy.  Encouragement  She���������-It must be a hard blow to a  man to be rejected by a woman.  He���������Indeed it must.  She���������Do you know I don't think ������  oould ever have the heart to do it.  ceo.  Wright  &.   Mack   Carroll  Proprietors  SORIAS  WAS CURED  After Five Years of Suffering���������Thrae  Doctors Failed and Said Case  Was Incurable  _a_-___eiigiiiffl /-feftMb BM-s a ������__*t  ,ake tlie.Liver.  its.Duty J  Nine times in ten when the liver is right the  ciomacn ana bowels are right.  CARTER'S UTTLE  -JVER PILLS  gsmiy but firmly com,  pel a lazy liver to  go its duty  Cures Con  atip-jt-on,  Siic'iges  tion.  Sack  Headache, and Distress after Eating.  Small Pill, Small Dose. Small Price.  Genuine must bear Signature  ���������TflDTFD^F  ������������������awniai taammam  SETTLE I  IMCC-   I  5H-19.  To be Expected  There Is a^an in this town whom  I've never 'itce allowed id treat ma  liidt I dldnt bh^e to. paj for it' af towards y'    '���������-.������������������....,      .ti''' :    ���������?���������.       ??. ?  ?���������  xVho's he ? The eaanjyiori meat  ii au?  No;- my doctor.  minard's   Liniment   Cures   Diphtheria  Chauffeur���������Didn't.you hear, me blowing my horn? .  Victim���������Yes. but I thought pe.rhaps  you wero a candidate for the presi?  dency. .'-.'������������������-.  tWm*mwmWm*mwwmH.miWm*\*  itching   a.**.-l   Burning   Was   Terribie  Until  Relief and Cure Wa������  Effected by  a double aad complete surprise for all J any   one  offered   to  guarantee  me  a  | who   wore  about   him.     Por  thi??   ex-**i cur  rs*  "Pgr.t-i2.ctia ic, another name for chron-  It is the worst form of  1 itching skin disease.  Once eczema has reached this stag?  it is usually considered incurable.  But here is a case which proves  again the wonderful healing power of  Dr. Chase's Ointment. Not only  does relief come quickly but the resulting benefits are thorough and  lasting.  Mrs. Nettie Massey, Consecon, Ont..  writes:-���������"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 called Psoriasis. I doctored with three different doctors, with no good results, and  one of our noted doctors told me if  suitan. who had been srenerally supposed to "nave fallen intc a condition  borderinar on idiocv and stupWty. displayed a remarkably clear and accurate  Knowledge  of affairs.  ���������,. . Ili:-,L-������������������ :*..,..-_-*������������������**���������----      ��������� I Talks in French j  strtf.r avn ijcsjtss ?i������'EafiTuc!! ftsin jsuMit       j      Moreivfr,. this man, who all his life I  vrtn.ll J4iJu ili.ni.1 it iu miiliiui nnu viiim. s.���������j   _    ���������        v i .    *  WttVixstoWs SooTHt-N-a svR������r has beea ! "=��������������� ^ver b-^n known to speak twen- j  -ised for over sixtv years by millions of i ty  words ox  French, and who had al-!  MOTHERS    for    their _CHILL>KK>T _\VHIL?2 j  ways   dec!2rf*d    t^at   h  TEETHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It  600THES the CHILD. SOFTENS tlie GUMS.  AELAVSall PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, and  is the best remedy for IjIARRH���������CA. 'It is absolutely harmless. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.  ���������Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take ao othat  3t���������nt,   Tweaty-five cents a bottle.  VITO ������.       C....TC       Iff.  wm   rmmm*. ma     g*ss_f       9  norant of that language, began to  speak French, not onlv with accuracy  but with an extraordinary good ac  cent.~  He went or.���������also in French���������to ask  -__.���������_; j for news concerning the members of  the,GerrT*an imperial family, of which  it  ^ee-med.  he  knew  every  member.  rp for $50.00 to keep ray money In  my pocket, as I could not be cur^d.  "The disease spread all over me,  even my face and head. The itching  arid burning was hard to bear. At  | last my brother read In. 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 ���������>?  a sore to be seen. I oan hardly  praise the ointment enough, and you  are at liberty to use my testimony, as  I hope thereby to. induce other sufferers to try the same."  Dr. phase's Ointment, 60c. a bos,  at all dealers or Edmaason, Bates &  f.-. T   '^-.{^^/^      iT*r.A./>Ttfrt  THE JOHN INGLIS CO., Limited  Engineers nnd Boilermakers  Boilers    of    all      kinda���������Engines,  Pumps, and Heavy PlaLa Wo.*-  Wrlt* us for Prlcaa  1������ Strachan Ave., Toronto, Canada  oys  and  GIrBs  Send Pout Card  today for, how lo make  "Easy Pocket  Money"  Now's the Tlmo. Address  P.O. Box 1260, Montreal  Saving His Breath  A couple in the West of England hal  a hoy who was generally understood  tolm fltirnb, never having boon known  ���������*jq wLLtJi* a word up to his seventh  year.  Ono tiny the father and ho wero iri  ���������Mm* i.;.rv''Ht field. it wan very hot,  so tht* father pasaod for a drink of  elder. As'ho was slowly Imbibing  frowi tho Jar the boy said, "Maulw  Jba.iEt'-*'!"  Tin* father lot fall tho jar In aston-  SKhrm'nl*. Why, Jan, you're talking,  why didn't yo spnko boforo?  Hadn't got nowt to say, roplied Jan  Dnconicjally.  The N������w Ord������i- ol Things  Now York has seen a now whlto  Ulght.  In tho eaTly day tlu policeman look*  vc.ii  ior ilm nu.-n  whu  hi'oak  Lliu  luur.  Now tho law looks for the mon who  -realc tho policemen.  -._���������*-"-,   ,W\(  I       ._  ztrfi Lis  l���������/i 1 "'���������   -��������� '   -.''������������������   -;t ���������������������������  1  ".���������4  I 'i V ���������   -   ���������   OO-'  iwwiap-_4f__w_-^  ^HS|_Q_kW_   ^^^^^-*m���������^'^*ma^Blmm "^l|^^^n^^ni_ii_r  ^S������2_rasi*5F^  time when told of tbe death of Baron  Marschal von Bieberstein, which  seenjed to he the only recent event of  which he knew nothing.  He was my friend, was all the ex-  sultan snid of the dead statesman.  He was very curious to know whether Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wis still  nmuslnc the world with his stories of  the exploits of Sherlock Holmes.  Those stories, he said, were the only  on������s that ever appealed to him.  Po-riPU    Tlrxvl'v    *"!���������>    ���������s'-'il     wmi"M    ������������������"ive  made a magnificent chief of police.  Enjoys Himself  During his voyage to Asia Minor,  Abdul Hamid both ate and ��������� drank  heartily. On the other hand he did  not mako. any use of the bathroom  which  was set apart for him.  He begged the commander of the  -orelel to convey his personal remembrances and thanks to Emperor William for tho consideration and attention shown to him on the voyage and  he gave to ench officer either a diamond oln or a gold cigarette case  stiifidpd  with diamonds.  There was but one moment of hesitation at Lhf ond of the voyage to  Beylerhey, This was when ho had to  leave the Oermnn vessel and enter a  boat In which nlone, he was taken to  the landing stage. Following him  werp his ten wives nnd some attendants, nil of whom had pone with him  from   Constantinople   Into   cnptlvlty.  At Beylorboy ho refused to occupy  the pnlace itself���������t.ho place which *n  dnys gone hy sheltered nn empross  of France���������hut decided to ho installed  in n small pavilion adjoining II;.  Then, once again relnpslng Into si  lnnco, nnd appearing to bo entirely Indifferent   to  nil   around   him,   ho  became  nhsorheii   In  thought.  The phase did not -ant l^ng. for ho  soon began to tako nn Ir^erest In tho  fowlrt and t"-kf*ys In a cirnii-tyaril below, and cnllt������d for som-* corn to food  them. And n little inter ho called  "or Bom.'  i'.PBi'p   milk  to  dr'nk.  Its Crass  Unhorsing a rival in the old days  of chivalry was very much like a  modern holiday in a busy life. ���������������������������  How so?  It was taking a knight off.  Man Who Never Sleeps  Albert Herptti. of Trenton, Western  "Australia, is said not to have slept  for  thirty   years.  In an interview with a representative of the Sydney Morning Herald,  Mr. Herpln. who Is now 60 years of  age, stated that ho passes his nights  In a chair, not, even momentarily  experiencing drowsiness'.  He was attacked hy this strange  n*-'*i!u.uy 5>.'**>rtiy ������>tor tue- uwiih ui' ins  wife moro tuaii thirty years ago.  Mr. Herpln states that he suffer.-,  no inconvenlor.ee from this prolonged  insomnia, and often dreams while he  ls awake. He has come to the conclusion that sleep is not necessary io  a man and Is delighted at the idea tbat  he has not \ost a great part of his  life In unconsciousness.  Debt to Science  What a debt we owe to medical  science! he raid, as he put down,the  paper. y  Good heavens! she exclaimed, haven't you paid that doctor's bill?  Away With Depression and Melancholy?���������These two evils are the accompaniment of a disordered stomach  and torpid. liver and mean wretchedness to all whom they visit. The  surest and speediest way to combat  them is with t-armeiee's "vegetable  Pills, which will restore the healthful  action/ of the stomach and? bring relief. They have proved their usefulness in thousands, of cases and will  continue to give relief to the suffering who are wise enough to uso them.  Dr- Morse's  IS-gllst,--   IR.*.*-'.   Pill������  are made according to a formula in  ? uso nearly a century ago: among the  Indians, and learned froni them bj*  Dr. Rlorse. Though repeated at'=  tempts have been made, by physicians and chemists, it has been found  impossible to improve the formula or  the pills. Dr. Morse's Indian Root  Pills area household remedy throughout the world for Constipation and  ail Kidney and Liver trouoles. They  act promptly and effectively, and  .,  '���������___ss___s#���������*��������� ��������� _���������__���������������   ���������_?_���������������&���������**���������������'**������  ti**m** fa **&��������� *��������������� 4mIX ������J*** *������j* .    "*������ amm -mm* i    ���������������������*��������� ������r    "w "-������ ���������~������ *mmx*������  Within the next seven days work on  the big steel bridge over the Shuswap  River at Mile 79 B.C., along the lino  of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway  will have been completed and the steel  gangs will move forward to commence  the construction of the three remaining' steel structures of this   kind    or;-  iwueii   tliat  pOiitt aiiii  r Ori v*eorg������.  Why he A^a'e'Fired .  The new reportiarrturned in his  story about the church bazaar, his  first assignment. It was the UBual  story, with the usual names of committee women.      Y-        >   ���������  He lingered ajputtd the city editor's  desk aa the hour for the paper to go  to press drew near.  Fimny thing happened at that bazaar to-night, he said casually, as conversation lagged.  What was that? asked the city editor?  Oh, nothing much. One of the  booths caught fire and th.y put it out  ...tn.    1,.������^���������������������������J���������  ttl.ll      I0U.U..UUV .  He never knew why he was fired.  At the bottom of the ocean wat3r  is much colder than at the top.  Post-Mortem Chat  Two Irishmen wera working on the  roof of a building one day when one  made a misstep and fell to the ground.  Are yez dead or alive, Mike?  Oi'm  alive,   said  Mike,  feebly.  Sure you're such a liar Oi don't  know whether to believe yez or not.  Well then, Oi i������U3t be dead, said  Mike, fbr yez would never dare to  C3.H me a liar if Oi wor a!1'vs.  In Paris recently Caslmlr Gras while  occupied in a burglary at a .cafe at  Gargan, France, coolly served two  customers who entered, and mistook  him for the landlord, and then continued  sacking   'he  premises.  OF PROFITS 6IVEN  ON INVESTMENTS  MADE     WITH       US  STEWART & WALKER,  LTD.  Sterling Bank Bldg , Winnipeg.  Phones,   Main 4817- 4818  Light Your Kitchaii wiili a  *^y������j Bracket Lamp  Sometimes in the kitchen or elsewhere you need a lamp held  high, where it will light the whole room, and be out of the  reach of children.  The Ray������ Bracket Lamp is made for esactiy this purpose. It is  one of the famous Rayo Family���������the best kerosene lamps made.  A clear, white light, steady, diffused. A strong, substantial bracket, easily  affixed to ths wall.' The lamp is inexpensive. Economical. Lighted without  removing chimney or shade. 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Highly Colored Romance  I put my arm around her waist  The color left her  cheek  But on the shoulder of my coat  It stayed about a' week.  ���������fl-. ������ ���������bfiw or six  boxes for S2.S0,  I *}mU,.a*1.Xm"t 0V.,n.r.Vodt* .^-A*'" 11 Mklii  you nllvo!  ............ . m, m.*.m,     m  By Gentle Persuasion  II was th** first tlmo that John Wllllo, nped four, hnd over fncod tho  camera���������at .oast since ho hnd begun  to tako a live intercut In things.  Now, my little dear, said tho pho-  tocranhor,  If  you'll   JiiHt.  krep still a  j moment, we shall soon  havo a ploa3-  j ant. picturo.  Hut 'H'Mi'jik on c;ullj .vot'ld l/uluce  John Wlllln to koop nt 111.  If you'll JuHt go outside, madam, tho  artlHt Hald, aftor ho had tried for half  an hour, I think I can manage lt all  right.  John WHIIo'h mother wont out, for  sho too was tlrrol of tho strain. And  hohold! llvo minutes Inter the pho-  togriiplwr Hirilllngly iiHHiirnd hor that  nil  was well.    As for John Wllllo, ho      ;,,.-.'.   r^;;  r*.  V-.r.'.V.       fliM't'  ������������������'h.:.  | Mir-y r'taclifd homo did hlu mothor nl-  > '.'-rr;* ''*' 'INtivit tho rormon.  \      Muvvit,  JdIiii   Wllllu   ''xplnhii'd,   Im  i lnoi'nil ti'iTllilo ul  mo, and nald:   Nosv  | thi'ii, you ugly Hit In lif-iiHt, II' you don't.  I   !-,   , r..t^     I ..,!,.II.,,.      ,,     ,-/       .,1111      I'll  In the treatment of summer complaints, tho most effective remedy that  can be used is Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Dysentery Cordial. It ls n standard  nreparatlon nnd many people employ  It In preference to other preparations.  It Is a highly concentrated medicine  and Its sedative and curntlve qualities  arc beyond question. It has been a  nopular medicine for many years and  thousands can attest its superior qualities in overcoming dysentery and  kindred complaints.  Hla Latest  Tr.-impson���������Could I have a piece of  bread and a cup of coffee, madam?  I haven't had a hlto for three days.  Housowifo ��������� Morcy! Whnt have  you boon living on then?  Trampnon���������I'vo boon licking tho  stoani from uff the bakery windows.  Sand's Anti-Diabetes  Is the only rexhedy which has  a record of complete cures.  Price $2.00 at Most Leading  Druggists  THE SAIMOL MFG. CO., Ltd  Winnipeg, Man.  They have a true  safety  base  head,   with   silent    tip.     Will  never  explode   if  Stepped   on.  Eddy.   Matches have  satisfied Can*  idlans sine* 1851���������accept no other*.  The S������ 8. Eddy Company. HiiIS, Canada  Mlnard'e   Liniment   Cures   Garjjet   In  Cows  Sad  The big game season's ouded  And hunters homeward go,  Tho which perhaps explains  The undertaker',-" woo.  INSIST ON  GETTING "EDDY'S"  Washboards,   Wood  Pails  and  Fibre Pails and Tubs.  Tubs,  SB-  1  --^'tM't'l H  ���������  Croatia.  W.   N.   U.   1120  J  Rh'���������Don't you  hatf those  womoti  who try to net lll<i* mon?  Il<-   ,Y'������ii. co f''\v of thorn try to net  llko  ttOlltlollH-tl.  It Eases Pain. Ask any druggist or  dealer In rhodlclnos what Is tho most  popular of the medicinal oils for pitliiH  In tho Joints, In tho musclos or norvos,  or for neuralgia and rheumatism, and  ho will toll you that Dr. Thomas'  -lt-ctrlo Oil Is in greator demand than  any othor. Tho reason for this lu.  that It possojsos groator healing qualities than any othor oil.  An oldnrly suburbanlto. who prldos  himself upon hla mothodlcal habits,  was showing to nn overnight truest a  nnrtlciiliuiy haiidHomo chiming clock.  It was in.'.rt f'clock and tho host pro-  .       ,       . ...I...J       ....      4%.n      Ilm. mml .....  For tlilrty-flvo y'onrs said ho, I havo  never mlHHfd "'Indlng up this ch>*������k  ul. 10..10 o'-loi*.;.  Tho I'uoHt. who happened to ho -i  Jowolor,   o.viiM'liiod   Iho   clock   closely  ,.i,,l    n    rnil"*������!<"i1    'int|li>   rxvr.i'iirirr^'ii}   It!,  faro.  vVhi't h niiiiiy 'Miupiircu uiu iiouh,*-  h older?  Why. ("iild the visitor. I was trvjng  tn (Iiiut*/" ii'if  h'tw riutoh time yotl Iimv/>  wiiMtcil.    TIiIh lu an olKht-duy clock1  \WW!W#l^&fWW#//9^^^  ^jpHE drawing was made  ���������*" from a photograph of  the   root-cellar with which  D.  A. Purdy, of Lumsden, Sask., won  a.cash prize in last year's contest    In that last  contest there wire 36 prizes.   There will be threo  iimco ac many prizes (108) in thf  1912 FARMERS' PRIZE CONTEST  HUS you will have three timeti n* many chnncci of wlnnlnj*; a caih  pme. You do not have to uio any certain amount of Canada Cement  priie.    There nre aliHolutely no "*-trinjpi'.' to thii offer,  twelve prizei for e������ch Province (three of $<0 \ three of |25������  three of  "c of $10) and you compete only with other farmers in your own Province and not with those all over Canada.  .. ��������� <��������� m . , ������ . .   * #   1-^4    ...*...���������.*���������.   .m1~.. ...  Jll,  RIMfAC.   1114 A41lll.li.4IA.A.   ,4 4li.i44A.a    ������/OU  IJM.A.   ������-���������������-���������   411.1.14   1.A....V..A. ...m..J    w.   .m..  j, ...    .   .......*.m  had not used it until they entered the content.    When you write for full particulars, we will  ������������*d you,//v������, a hook,   " What the Farmer Can /Jo With Concrete," which teli������ evervthui-r  you need lo know about concrete.    It is absolutely free, and you are under no  oMi-rntinn tn buy " Canada'" Cement or to do anything elie ior u������.  w m r. ,.*���������..   .    .   .......... .i....... .. .  t.   ..........  ,.    .......... i    ...x  * * wt will uini ruu ii one* ib* book unit full panUmUru ol |h������ lull I'rl������������ Conioi.  AMsmsM fubllolly Man*a������������  ti'A  *fli  Ciaidi Cimint Computy LlialuJ  . ,  .44.44.44-1, r .I..I..IA4M <.I.W<4....1...tlll.t 1141^.1..4,.41.144.^1.4,4.1 lAtMIHUlAI*  804-  6V0  lltral-J BaUdtaff, Mastraal  Mmgf w^xmllmmmi  a*m$e, iTS**  ���������Vflll'i1***,  , eiMurr  mm  ���������C.s  mmmmwtimwtfmm^  _-__-_���������  WBBB ti������*&������$  1 J,',fSL  ttti?  s   a a a'.  ������***��������������������� "--o t r*i������_  TTVXTTTTXXT  ���������rrDWR-TtfitW  *<_*-���������.^***mmrm* -,  n r.  m  ""^5  HILL TO INVADE WEST  REPORTED THAT  INTERESTS  OF  ������!.' J.   HILL   ARE   SPREADING  G.T.P. STRIKERS SEE MINISTERS  PRESENTED    CASE    WELL  Believed That Several Important Project* Will  Soon  Amalgamate  With  ,    the Great Northern Road, and That  ? Railway Magnate la Pianning an invasion of Western Canada.  Calgary. Al+a. ���������If the western D>  minion is part of the railroad network  that James J? Hill, head of the Great  Northern, Intends to place in Alberta  and the west; the Alberta l?aclflc railway is also?a -part of that great sy.���������-  t-th how, for notice has been givt^n  that the' two companies have amalgamated or will do so in the very near  - future.  Some time ago the engineer who  wis in charge "of the former road,  stated to a well-known, citizen In Caigary that his pay cheques were received from the Great Northern, and  the majority of people were confident  "that the Western Dominion Is part of  the Great Northern. At that time  the Alberta Pacific was not thought  to be connected with the Hill_system,  but now that the rights, powers, surveys, plants at work, plant ttiatur-  lal and machinery of the Western Dominion have been practically taken  overly the Alberta Pacific they will  be operated as one road. The indications are that J. J. Hill has not been  asleep the past rew months, and that  he contemplates the purchase of as  many roads as possible in; Alberta and  the west, while at the same time keeping from the world the fact that he is  behind the purchases.  There is every indication that James  J. Hill "willY invade : western Can  ada nest spring, and although the' reports are not confirmed,.it is believed  that a large huitiber of the smaller  roads now being built,,or just, completed. In the west, .belong Vtp .: the  Great Northern, or will he the property of that company: heloro long. -'���������;.  The announcement has. been made  within the past month that the Western Dominion -will spend $6,000,000 immediately on -^construction, hut now  that the road will amalgamate with  titi" Albf.rtn. Pacific the latest information is to the effect that over !58.-  000.000 -will he expended, and the  planu for the extensions of the two  roadn are now in the course of preparation.  In British Columbia, James 3, Hi"  l*v>now building- the    Victoria   'and  "B'rVfjt.A-^^.^*       T)o4trt������*4,������*   "    *mmr%A      +"Ko     "1 t ������* ������      I ft      V\ r*.V*l  uaO'iCj aa    ivtuana,," .   nini    uio ; xtxx^o    * e?    iiun  ln operation within a few miles of  the fimmit' of th** mountains. w*>11f'  th^������ charter *provid*������R for an e-*"*-������n8ion  c+111'   'fiiT+Tio-r. :  Ao.a-fTX70tiAi^ Trt     TXTAA������fj������^r.  Canada today there are a number of  such charters with which nothing has  been done, and the general supposi  tion in railroad circles |_ that Mr.  Hill is at f-e back of the majority of  these. *"d that ouletly but supply, he  is building one at a tif"������:������Yann "ef'*-���������������  loiterthe west :will, realize with the  rt^**;R. and other railroads. t.hr������*.- th������  . GrAat Northern is here and re<?dv to  fl^bt. -.for its share Of the western  trade. ���������������������������'..  Boilermakers'   Representatives    State-  Assurances Given Company Must  Accept Award  Ottawa'.���������After  visiting  Hon.   Mr.  London Papers Give Sir E. Grey Credit for Presentation of Panama  Canal Case  London.���������The London morning pa-  Crothors and  Hon.   Mr.   Rogers, the   pers praise the lucidity and firmness  deputation of Grand    Trunk    Pacific | with which Sir Edward Grey presfehts  boilermakers and machinists which Is I the  Panama C^nal case  and  express  egard  to the strike   the ho.pe that the United States will  which is still in force In the west,  stated that they had. received the assurance of both ministers that the gov-  ernment would render the Grand  Trunk Pacl'flc railway no assistance  until the company agrees to accept the  terms of the report of the recent  hoard;- of conciliation and investigation, or comes to terms with tho  men. '���������'-.-'>���������  The deputation consists of R. 8.  ���������Ward.' secretary treasurer; P. MeTri-'  p-an, international vice-president; J  A. Marane. of Edmonton; ^Charles  Shaw, of Graham, Ont., and W. Ren-  ton, of Rivers, Man. The deputation  visited Ottawa at the minister of labor's Invitation, to discuss the situa  tlon.  The strike of boilermakers of tho  Grand Trunk is still on, said Mr.  Ward, and is not likely to finish unti'.  the company comes into line, ni-tw that  the government has agreed to refuso  It any fsslstivnce 'until It does so  The strike hap been in force from  October, 1911. and affects 300 men,  who nre boilermakers and machinists,  and the company has been badly tied  un in the west as a result of the  strike.  o. s. SENAirro decide  PROTEST OF GREAT BRITAIN IN  REGARD TO PANAMA CANAL  Senate WIII Decide Whether Great  Britain-Protest Will be . Submit-  ted to the  Hague for Arbitration���������i ing any clear forecast as to the pro-  States market and Winnipeg! leave  prices at only %c. to %c. per bus.  lower than they closed at this day  week. We think that most people  connected with or interested In the  wheat markets, and who have more or  less well informed ideas of the wheat  situation over the world, feel a, difficulty at the present time in eJtpress  THE SUNDAY SCHOOL  LESSON XII.���������FOURTH .QUARTER;  FOR   DEC.   22,   1912  recognize the ���������reasonableness of the  demand and that the case will ne  submitted  to  arbitration.  The Daily News says: ���������"The celebration of a century of p'eace by such  -a solution would be a pleasant incident.",   ������������������_  The Morning Post cannot understand the delay in presenting the  British protest but admits that the  foreign office has done its-work in  very effective fashion. It? adds: ���������  "The Washington government will  make a grave mistake if It Imagines  that in such a manner ..Great. Britain  will suffer herself to be overridden.  Tbe Daily Graphic savs���������President  Taft's case Is clearly an electioneering maneuvre, which has left a dlsa-  prftpable Btigma on American* good  faith.  The panel*, adds that lt f<*els certain  that the administration will .now hurry  to remove the stigma.  OCti, CACtl JI  That   the   bable  course   of  the   market  OIL   IN   SOUTH   AFRICA  Active  Development of a  New  Field  t������ be Started  jpaoetown.���������Attention has lately  been turned again .to South Africa as  an. oil producer? Before the BOer  war there were some oil,discoveries  in Cape Colony, but the demand was  small compared with today..  Sir Eovertor; Redwood has discovered free petroleum in samples of  rocks- which have been submitted to  him for investigation, and other re-  sports of a favorable character have  'been obtained  from experts.  General Botha has expressed the  view that there is a large supply of  oil in the Transvaal, and arrangements  are now being made for the systematic  and active development of the new  field.  . The discovery of oil in various, parts  of the British empire is of moreYthan  commercial importance, owing to the  growing use of liquid fuel In \ the  navy.  Question Is a Purely Domestic One.  Washington.���������Whether Great Britain's protest against free passage of  American ships through the Panama  canal is to-be submitted to The Hague  is to be finally determined by the seu-  ate, in any event. It was intimated  that  President  Taft.   consistent  with  his attitude as a principal champion ��������� _ontinued to decline: even in face of  Text of the "--esson, Isa.. he,-I.���������Memory Verses, 6-7���������'Golden Text, !ss.  ivg g���������-Commentary Prepared by  Rev. D. M. Stearns.  The recular lesson for the day Is entitled "For and Against Him." and  in It_ve see that even James and John  did not know Him very well and '.vers  inclined to act in judgment instead o_  . . .       .   , ,. , grace and those who talked of follow-  brought out  large  supplies.  anuow->-     Hi     dfl n w     hat it meani!.  ing to abundance, of wheat prices have! +ft%"      wi���������hnt  ������A    _f,owin_ alt  immediate or more distant future. Per  haps the main element on the bear  side of the market Is the * apparent  large supplies of wheat visible and invisible. Up to the present time the  large demand which has been experienced  In  the  last  four  months  has  SUGGESTS   PLAN   FOR   NAVAL   IN-  Extending Telegraph Wires  Moo������-a Jaw.���������The C.P.R. program  for 1912 includes extensive telegraph  extensions in Saskatchewan. It is  proposed to spend nearly $100,000  which includes additlonipl wires between Moose Jaw and Winnipeg. The  facilities in northern and north-western Saskatchewan will be increased  nearly one hundred per cent? v ��������� Th**  wires between Mpose Jaw and Winnipeg now working simply will be mul-  tiplicated.  of arbitration of disputes between mi  tions? might recommend such a  course, should he a,nd Secretary Knox  not hold the question a-'purely domestic and internal one and therefore arbitrable . There was considerable  leaning to such a view among senators .  The British government's note was  discussed Informally by President  Taft anr! his cabinet, but jt was said  that until Secretary Knox had time to  study it at length and probably had  outlined his reply, it would not be  taken up formally. That probably  will not be for several weeks.  , A suggestion that the question might  be kept from arbitration by delay, until the existing arbitration treaty with  Great Britain expires " by limitation  next June was repudiated by a number of senators.? Senator Lodge, a  prominent member of the foreign relations committee, declared that "the  United States would not stoop to  tricks." ������������������ Senator Sutherland declared tht? question purelv a domestic one  and therefore not subject to arbitration.  CENTA3IANS FIGHT DUEL  Honor Declared Satisfied When  Both  Lie Wounded  Hamburg.      A duel, which    arose  "out of jealousy,; has been  fought  in  the neighborhood  of St.   Petersburg  between two centenarians.  The adversaries were Kujas Sabo-  toff, 101 years ^of age, and a noble  named Viarjanln Garyn, two years  hie senior.        ?*> *  The two lived on terms of intimacy,  their properties adjoining each other.  Recently, however. Sabotoff took ex  ceptlon to the attentions which Garyn  paid on his frequent visits to the  former's housekeeper, a woman of fifty? After a violent altercation a  duel *wais decided on, and duly fought  with pistols in the presence of four  ' military officers, who acted as  seconds.  When both veterans, bleeding from  many  wounds,  were Placed hors de  London "Observer" Wants Building bf  Six New Dreadnoughts a Year  for Six Years ...   '  Y?Londori.���������The Observer says that  some day Canada expects to have a  strong fleet in the Pacific, and Australia, doggedly, but rightly, is determined to keep, hers in the Pacific.  Thither, savs the paper, should go also  ������*���������=������������������ New Zealand and Malay battle  ships.  The Observer thinks that South  Africa should be persuaded to substitute powerful armored ships for the  suggested six useless little cruisers.  Can eluding, t^.e Observer states that  Britain must have 70 Dreadnoughts  by 1920. of whi������-h 4S must remairi at  home. 16 be in ihe Me*5it.f>Tanuea.n and  six constitute the imperial patrol. She  ���������"must, therefore, lay six Dreadnoughts  every year until 1918 in order to accomplish this.  WOULD MAKE CHANGE  .Canada to Become Principal Source .of  8upp|y to West Indies  Ottawa.���������A report received, at the  department of trade and commerce  from the trade commissioner at Barbados, shows that in food stuffs the  United States Ib now the principal  source ot supply of the West Indies  nnd tho situation Is expected to  change materially when the new  agreement with Canada becomes effective. Canada's trade with the Islands laBt year was 089.543 pounds but  in nearly every Instance it was notably  behind the XJnitod States, particularly In respect to flour, food ntuffe and  provisions. With tho improved  steamship aervlco planned, this condition doubtless will be reversed. The  agreement having heon ratified by nil  of the Islands, It will go Into effect as  soon as It In passed by both houses  cf the Canadian parliament.  EMPIRE   MIGHT  BE     KILLED     BY  KINDNESS  Canadian Offer  Raises    Question    of  Maintenance of All  Dominions  Following Suit  London.'��������� The Dally News (Liberal)  argues "that If the other dominions  adopt the Canadian policy of building  ships, then leaving us the cost of  maintenance, we are in danger of being killed by kindness. Churchill's  formula also vanishes, and the vista  of naval profligacy is limitless. The  News also returns to the constitutional aspect of the question, claiming  that what The Times hails favorably  as a gradual modification of existing  constitutional relations between Britain and the overseas dominions should  be ftnpronohed authoritatively hy the  parliaments and peoples concerned,  not insinuated as 11 cmhuu'I incident of  admiralty administration.  MEW PORTRAIT OF PRINCESS   MARIE   OP   SWEDEN  MANN  OPTIMISTIC  Unsanitary Conditions In Toronto  ��������� Workshops  Toronto.���������Another strike among  the United Garment Workers seems  imminent The dissatisfaction is not  over wages, but insanitary conditions  in working shops. Ovei 60 per cent  of the oothlng made In Tpronto, declared Organizer Rosenblum, ls made  under really fearful insanitary conditions. Especially is this the case In  the shops where- space Ib at a premium. The men voiced their willingness to a ten per cent levy if found  necessary. Before declaring a strike  however, a determined effort \vlll bo  made to havo the conditions remedied.  to  THE MARKET REPORT  Weekly Grain Letter Supplied by  Thompson, Sons & Co., Grain Merchants, Winnipeg.  MASKED BANDITS ROB CHURCH  Four are Shot After Stealing the Gold  Altar   Plate  Lisbon ���������Recently at Pncos do For-  relra during tho night a party of masked ssen eR!n**d nrtmlsslon to the  church by blowing the door to pieces  xtlKa a bomb, nnd aolsscd a quantity of  valuables, including gold altar plntos,  T**ll������������ and paintings and rich Moorish  tapestries.  Outbido tho church thoy woro attacked by republican guards and In  the fight which followod four of tho  robbers woro killed. Tho romaindor,  numbering ooven, oftenpod with tho  booty.  Women 8 una est Reforms  Toronto.���������When tho pollco cammli-  **1oiu*i*h odhiichI thoir meeting a dcl-'-  gatlon trom uio iouui counuii ui ������u-  mon urged a list of reforms, and on  which tho board loolcml with somo favor. A court for womon was tho first  BU-Kootlon mndo. Ofllclnln would ho  ���������ho onlv men allowed at tho proceeding*!.  Says C.N.R.  WIII    be    Running  Coast In Eighteen Months  Toronto.���������jV special to the Globe,  from Montreal, says, Thlrd-Vlce-pres-  Idont, D. B. Hnnna.of the Canadian  Northern Railway, declared that his  road would he running to tlya coast  In eighteen months.  Wo hope to bo able to shout; All  aboard for Vancouver, horo within  olghtobn months. Wo will naturally  havo to hnlld moro stoamshlps to carry our buBlness, Increased as lt will he  with a completed transcontinental  lino.  Wo aro now considering vory seriously our steamship plans, but our exact programme has not been decided  upon yet.  ��������� ii ���������*��������� ��������� m���������m-mn 1    n ���������������������������. ��������� ,1 ���������-,,..  To Appoint Heir to Hussion Throne  London.���������Tho Dally Express r<*  futoR tho utory that Crown Prlnco  Alexin of Russia, was tho victim of  Nihilists, it lU'tsertu tlmt ho is sul-  forlng from the offocts of a wound  mado by a trusted attendant, who hns  since provod to ho a Nihilist. Thn  wound, say* the Express, ls of such a  nnturo that tlio Prlnco Is Incapable of  continuing tho lino of succession to  the throne and therefore the appoint-  mr-nt of an holr donlgnato In bolng  dlRcusHod In court, clrclfs, as Empor-  or Nlt'hohn''H brother, Grand Duko  :.Mc.'i;u',J, t:::i: rirnnisjict'U .���������!!:��������� riji'MM.  Reciprocal Demurrage  Winnipeg.���������Reciprocal demurrage  between tho ral road and the shlpp3r  was favored by tho Winnipeg board  of trado at a special mooting called  to listen to th������ report of a commlttoo  Instructed to Investigate the matter.  The comont merger problem was  unexpectedly brought up, and aftor a  long discussion it was passed to tho  council with a resolution that tho  present duty bo reducod, Tho president, W. A. Mott, presented the  council's report for the past, yoar.  GERMANY NOT TOUCHY  I'OlUlUV)  IHIIICl-       OlllCUlt,  ^..4    f.Xf.mf...      41. ,t    I.  corners, and koop a. lookout for mashers, also was BUKKCstod. Thoy also  .Askod that women doctors bo omoloy-  ������d to examine fomalo prlooncra.  Black   Sea  Turk  Atrocities  AthonH.���������It is    Hcnil-olllclally    con.  firmed thnt Uhick Ron Turks huvo boon  burning  villages und  mnsHacrlng  ln-  lltUMl.UiLU   Jjui lii   ui   ua.i.,,.  kA     A   ..lU^l .  ......... ....      .....   ^.,      w������.      *^.t*������������������t'.      ....v.       .     .......J   , i     ^. .J #-,\7- "  OI.a.11...-    t 4*.���������^| # I f\t.    !,.|V4\    r.^4*,| f mr\il    I - -ti  I  .i,,|fi'nCF  Hasn't Felt Hurt at American Critic  Ism of Its Army  Washington.���������Tho Gorman ombasay  wants It known that It has taken uo  notlco ln any way of rocontly published statemiMitB attributed to tho  United Statin unuy oliicora reflect-  Ing on tho Oorman  military system.  Major-Gonorul Wood, chlof of Btuff  of the ntmy cont a prlvato note to ono  of tho authors, Captain Steunonherg  at T.on.vonworth, Kan., advising him  to refrain from criticism of another  power, but tho German embassy .h  oagor to havo It, known that, his not-  ion was taken without any representation on Itn part.  Temporary Settlement  LHhhridgi*.���������A    temporary      ni'Mlo-  mont has  boon offoctod  between tho  Frank ('mil ('onipiiuy nnd Us omploy-  or>s In  connection  with a    claim    of  .       I .'l>. .".-v.. I..*.,..,      ... ..j 4A14C4X.1.U,  i*lin ti\ thi Mtltinm  who lltivo tint  Winnipeg, Dec. 10.���������The past week  has not    developed    any    important  change In the world's wheat situation  During  the  firBt three  days,  that   :s  from the 4th to tho    5th    inst.,    the  steadier and firmer feeling suggested  ln our last week's review continued  and resulted In    further    slight    advances   each   day,   but   on   Saturday  the markets weakened and suffered a,  downward reaction, probably In view  of the U.S.    Government   December  crop report to ccmo out on Monday  which was expected to ho very bearish.    The report  was  issued yesterday and it was as bearish as probably  anyone expected lt to he.    The report  was Issued as usual Just as tho American markets cloacd for tho day, and  it gavo tho estimated acreage undor  winter whoat ln tho United States for  the crop of 191,8 at a2,384,000 acres,  and ite estimated condition on Dec.  1st, at 98.2, indicating a possible yield  of ..72.000.000 bus.    wlitm   harvested  noxt hummor.    Lnat year tho acreage  waa estimated at 32,218,000 aoron, the  condition on December lBt, 1011  being 8G.C and probable yield 628,000,000  bushels.    Thin  report of courso was  not known until   the   roarkots   hnd  closed, and whllo It was expected it  would havo a bearish Influence Its effect was partly in sunponno.     Rut in  the lnttor prtrt of tho market ooflnlon  yesterday a much moro bearish foatr  uro   than   the  crop   report   nuido   Its  appearance In tho U.S. vlslblo supply  figures, which showed an inereaso for  tho pa������t wook of the vory largo quantity of r.,877,000 bushels.      Thin combined  with tho    oxpoctatlon    of   tho  boarlsh   crop  report domorall/od  the  marketu, and bronchi on a dolugo of  nolllng orders under which prices do-  oil nod  lc. to l^c.   for tlio day.   Today   iitit.w li iiiy'uAiu'iiiir, nil    iii in    ueavy  hoar   development   Liverpool     cabl:*H  eanu>  wuh  only 11 hIIkIii  doeltno, nnd  closing  cables  showed     an * advape.o  over lhe enrller reportb.    The American market 11 openod with a lot. of noil-  such demand.      Another bearish ele  ment is the nossibility of a continuous  good  prospect  for next  year's  crop?,  followed  by   abundant ..yields.       The  present best prospect along this line  js  the  high  condition... of the  U.S.  winter wheat crop, for in Europe the  new winter wheat crops are scarcely  up to the average for the time of the  year, whatever,���������ley may do later on.  Owing to the war in~-eastern Europe  it is not likely that a full acreage of  any of the crops will be* planted over  that  area.    What. a few  weeks  ago  R,-������emed a heayy weight in prospect Is,  the Argentine crop, but latterly weather damage by rain and hail in some  parts and hot -winds in other parts has  been lessening the crop to some extent, and estimates of   the   probable  yield are being reduced, so that to-day  the   Argentine   crop   does -not   seem  nearly so bearish a factor as It did a  month a_o.    The Australian crop also  is understood to he a moderate one,  and perhaps this is the cause why exports of old crop from Australia  in  the last three months have not been  over half what they were in same period last year.    On the bull side when  we turn to the statistical situation we  find that-in face of the immense movement of wheat in the last four to five  months it does not compare foearisuily  with the standing, of visible supplies  a year ago.     The shipments from exporting countries to importing counr  tries from July 1st to date have been  52,000.000 bus. larger than in the same  period last year, and yet visible 6tocks  are scarcely so large as a year ago.  Whether this results from increased  consumption of breadstuffs or    from  purchases which bave%been made by  millers and merchants    which    have  gone into the invisible supplies, and  are still In existence,    we    have    no  means of knowing.       We.find, however that the United    States    visible  supply is 61,277,000 bus.  against 70,-  388,000.bus. last year.      The quantity  on ocean passage last week decreased  4,152,000. bus.  against a decrease of  1,648.000 bus.   last    year,    and    now  stands at 34,496,000 bus.  against 31,-  462,000 bus. a year ago; that is 3,034.-  000 bus. more this year than last, but  only four weeks ago the quantity over  last  year  was  9,208,000  bus.   aiid  in  these,four weeks the    world's    shipments'have been about 13,000,000 bus.  larger  than   they  were  in   the  same  four weeks last year; truly the wheat  is disappearing somewhere? Last week  the European visible supplies decreased 2.684,000 bus.  against an increase  of 700.000 bus.  a year a*?o. and the  total  now   stands  at  85,812,000  bus.  against 88.300.000 bus. last ye-sr.-The  world's   visible   supply   according  to  Bradstreets   Increased   last   week   2.-  255.000  bus.   against  an  increase  of  3,72*7.000 bus.  a year ago    and    now  stands  at  201,7.05.000    bus.     against  202,886,000   bus.   last  year.    For  all  our big crops and big movement this  year therefore risible supplies are less  than last year.  Our Winnipeg market has been active during the week with good demand  for everything at current market  prices. Movement from the west tuts  fallen off, but the railways have been  putting their Btrength on to clean up  the Winnipeg yards and side tracks  between here nnd Fort William In order to get all cars of grain ln that  area down to the lake front before  navigation closed. Lake navigation  practically closes tonight as no insurance can be got on cargoes that are  not cleared by midnight. Shippers  havo therefore been very busy In the  last few days. From now forward  there will be no premium on spot  grain until navigation opens next  spring. Today's prices for cars c-ii  route or December delivery are: 1  Nor., 79c; 2 Nor., 76c; 3 Nor.. 73c;  No. 4, 66%c; No. 5, 57c; No. 6. 52c:  Feed, 46o; No, 1 Alberta Red Winter  79c; No. 2 A.R., 7Cc; No. 3 A V. .  73c. Futures closed, Decemb'-r,  79%c44c; May, 83i_c.  Oata���������  There ls etlll a good demand for  oats, with prlceB a Uttlo firmer than  a week ago. Today's prices are 2  C.W., n%c; ������ C.W., 28Msc; Ex. 1  Feed., 29%c; 1 Feed, 28%c; 2 Food,  27c. Futures closed December 32c;  May 34%c. ^  Barley���������  Thoro la a hotter demand for barley  with prices l'/������c. higher.    No. 3, 46c;  No. 4, 42c.  Flax���������  Thoro is a good doal of activity In  flax at lower prices. Today's caBh  prlces aro 1 North-Western Canadian  104c; 2 Can. Western, 102c; 3 Can.  Western, 84c. Futures clocod Dec.  104toe, May, 110%o.  All prices quoted above are for ln  store Fort William and Port Arthur.  to folow Him, but He/knowing ale  that lay before Him, steadfastly set  His face-to go to Jerusalem (Luka  ix, 49-62). It seems fitting to tura  aside for our Christmas lesson to th**  prophetic portion assigned as ai optional lesson, that we may know th������  mind of the Lord, for He ���������will do nothing that He has not revealed to His  servants, the prophets, and He said  Himself, "All things must be fulfiVled  which were written in the law o?  Moses and in the prophets and in tho-  psalms concerning me. "(Amos iii, 7;  Lev Y xxiv, 44). Isaiah has already-.*  told us that "His glory is the fullness-  ~4������ xUf. TOI.4.1A Aoaif'' thot Oil '/T.ftV  VA      ..AAA?       ...J.V..X.      w������������. ... , ...v. ��������� -- ���������   looks and haughtiness of men shall do  brought down and the Lord alone exalted in that day when nation shall  ubi iifi up swoiu against natAGiA, nether shall they learn" war any moro  (Isa. vi, 3, margin: ii, 4-11-17).  The great sign won d he that a virgin should conceive and bear a son.  and call His name Immanuel. Nations would be arrayed against Him  and even His own people seek familiar spirits instead 6f Himself, and,  there would be trouble aad darkness,,  but He would come? and1 in due time  His kingdom (Isa. vii, 14; viii, 9-10-1*3*.  -20-22; ix, 1, 2).  Both His first coming in humiliatiott  and His second coming ia glory ars  so close'.y associated in prophecy that  one is apt to confuse them as one  event. The prophets themselves  looked into ttiese matters, but were  not always able to distinguish (l.Pet.  I, 10-12). We know from Matt. Iv,  15-16, that'.verse'2.of our lesson had  a fulfillment in the days of His sojourn in humiliation in Galilee, and  ,we also know from Isa. Ix? 1-3, and  the rest of that chapter that thero  wi!.,l be a greater darkness and a  greater light at His second coming  In glory. Then there is a present  application of that verse, day by?day  everywhere that His   redeemed   ones  IC       AU1A4A1A  nd, for there is piore or less  LETHBRIDGE LEADS WAY  the Keshan! district of Thriico whoro  300 Greeka have boon miiBHncretl.  Tho town and aurrouiullng villages  havo been burned.  boon paid from the month.of October  up till November 16 last,, on whioh  tho 111011 wulked out, louving u fow  mon iiiHldu to Mi-tt--*iian' Uio tuino.  First City In West to Adopt Principle  of Direct Legislation  Lethbridge, Sask.���������This city adopt  od by an overwhelming majority direct legislation. This is government  hy CommlBBlon with tho Initiative, referendum and recall. W. Hardio was  olocted mayor, and Is In favor of direct legislation and single tax. Lotn-  hrlrtge Is the first city In ihe west to  favor this policy.  darkness in all places, and the lives  of His people should be a constant  light (11 Cor., iv, 10-11; Matt, v, 14-16;  John 1, .,4). Lesson verses 3 to 5  look back- to the deliverance hy Gideon (Judg. vi, 34, R.V., margin) and  the Lord wrought a great deliverance  and victory.  I believe that in Ps? ex. 7, that  wonderful kingdom psalm, there is  ���������aicTA ^ t.gfoi������njti.a +0. tbe seal of Gideon  and his 300. The words in verse 6?  "Unto us a child is born, unto us a  son is given," are unmistakably plain  concerning His birth and manhood,  as are the words concerning the placo  j'of His birth in MIc. v, 2, and the  words of the angel in Luke,it, 10-12,  concerning his actual birth. Why are  not the rest of the words in lesson  verges 6, 7. just, as plain? At'so tho  words in MIc. v. 2, "Out off thee shall  He come forth unto me that is ?to be  ruler ln Israel, whose goings forth,  have been from of old,, from the days  of eternity." Also the words of Gabriel in Luke i, 32, 33. "The Lord God  shall give unto. Him the throne of  His father David, and He shall reign  over the house of Jacob forever, and  of His kingdom there shall be no  end." Why are wetitdA that theae  wordB must be taken spiritually, that  His kingdom Is only ln people's hearts,  that Ho is on the throne of David  now and that the church Ib Israel?  The world of God and the purpose  of God will never be understood by  those who thus pervert the Scriptures. He did truly and literally appear In ages past to Abraham, Isaac,  Jacob, Moses, Joshua, Gideon, Man-  Oah, Solomon and others. He was  truly and 'literally born of a virgin at  Bethlehem, rode on an ass' colt into  Jerusalem; His hands and. Ills feot  were pierced.  Ho died, was buriod, rose from the  donri,  ascended  to  heaven  and  iu at  the right hand of the Majesty on high.  He will just as literally como again  to rule over a literal Israel from the  throno of David, and Ho wlL  be not  only King of the Jews, but King of  kings   nnd   Lord  of   lords,   speaking  peace to all nations and restoring all  things   of   which   the   prophets   havo  -poken  (Zoch.   Ix,  10;   xiv.   9;   Acta  111, 19-21).      Ho vlll thon be seen in  fullness as   Wonderful.      Counsellor  tho    Mighty    God,    the    Everlasting  Path������.*, tho Prince of Peace.    He Id  all that now, hut lt will bo recognized  by all when He Bhall como In glory.  Now, alnco Ho Ib and Is to bo and  do all that ls written of Him, surely  wo can  with  tho  utmost confldonco  let the government of an our affairs,  personal, homo, business, church and  ull also, He upon His shouldors, for  Ho is able o.xslly to carry ub and all  our affairs   (Dout.   xxxlll,    12;     Col.  Hi, 15;   Phil.   Iv, 6, 7).   In reading  tho Blbio lot us be governed by this  principle: , Lllorul,  if pOt-tible, all  t'uG  way   through,  and   If  the  plain,   oh-  vioim nonao makes good  senso, scale  no other nenso.      I thank God that  micli  a. simple    way    camo    to    mo  Hi rough the lato John Wilkinson and  it linn greatly helped mo.  risn riMioneriew  '* Ottawa.���������Mr. Wilcox, of North Ks-  sex, frtvoH notice of a resolution calling for tho extension of the system of  fhih hnl eh't!on upon the Oront Lnkoq  and othor waters In Canada, and dr-  Uli;   At"     tv.lt,    >.A|lt. V-1-.   V.    .All..     JJl ll.UA,    ,1.111     .1  ,,������,.,-..  .I,\,.)l,,r.    li.H   err. rlii'1 lit- on.t ll .1 r.,.f..v  returned and tho iiuirlcetH steadied  then advanced and closed -Vic. to  %o. Higher Mian yesterday's oloso, and  to-day's  cloning  prices in  Uio  Uultoij  ciuiiUK    tnat.    ium  .. f\���������.    f, fsmt , mf\l Ir.,]    it.  UIM.I.U Ul.l     UJ     UlUflll  till,     tmfM* A*.., ������*, .... 4-     ...  thoir full capacity would bo of great  nssi-tanco lu replenishing thoso waters with various species of food  hi'lies,  MAY  HAVE WOMAN   SUFFRAGE  Government Will Give It a Chance |rt  Reform Bill  London ���������Sir lthlwuid  Grey, tiooro-  t������ry   for  Foreign  Affalrn,  In a letter  W Jli������:u   v������4U!   i������'nti  ut   4t fitiiii 41^1 1 to  iiiuul-  liig here reaffirmed that woman suf*  fra1".!"- would luivc It-.! cli'iiuo ln Uio  t'nvornnuti'L r-ttlorm hill., ,.jlf( I'mlla-  nieiii adopted 1 ho miffrngo"aiiiondmient  the Government would aupport lt, he  \t.-~ "r*,|.|l, I,,,t -ml      ,.   ,.������ 1,..,.   *..,1 .'..,,...A,  In mi alteiiipt to nddresft a suffrag*  'mooting at Norwich tonight, althouah  (idmiiHHloii had been by ticket, to lu*  a uro Hyinpallii-Oii;-  XL  IS  si  I  ?l  El  HTHHi  iaiiaaW-WiHi  Sff-5  MH j,jjjiuuuj..u.!iiJ.>������-'aM.'giBBaag������g.B!H"^  j^fe-^!^^  *SfA'"Zi  I'iAiii.i't," i itrT-r ���������  J&EtfiEW,*���������: ?'GSfcEi^&,? :-:#������0;  1%  1/i_* Creston 'RevieW  fublishod evs-'y   Friday at Creston, Hiiribh lonmbia, by.the ^rest-in Ps*u������'t-  i lg aud Pub tubing Comp__y, Ltd.  The Review is the acknowledged advertising medium oi the Crfsruu vHll-vy, cir  eulsiing in nearly one t-OBsand homes throughout, tbe Crest-on district und  _ese_i_" oat in abroad _ifenner into other communities. Onr '"rives ti*".**:*- SMits*  *re~based"on the~scale of the Kootenay and Boundary Primei*,' Hoiirdaof Trade.  ������.aad rmrcbase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory .time. Dinplnv adver  tisements, $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cenif p< r ii������ ������ nrm i*_u������-  pnd 5 cents ner line in -racceedihg weeks. Subscription rates $2 00 a >eur in  advance. O'ur-columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of. local interest and the welfare of the" community. . Contributions must be brief and  signed.  xr\T- a  !'*���������'������_  Timber Grows Faster  Than it Is Cut, in B. C������  CANYON CITY NOTES  Outside of the agricultural lands,  those under water, covered with snow,  or _ti���������. unexplored, it is estimated that  there is in British Columbia an area of  .*  ������**. vmillSnn     am>ao     ������oT������nT>.li������    Of    THfttMJ-ri fling  merchantable, timber. R. E. Benedict,  Chief of operation in the Forest Branch,  stated recently that the amount of wood  annually added to the standing foreBts  throngh the natural process of growth,  is 100 feet per acre. Hence it wonld appear that 6)������  billion feet of timber is  ��������� being added as interest to the wood capital every year.  This is an amount considerably greater than that of all lumber cut   in the  .   Dominion in the year 1910.  Mr. Benedict places the value of this  growth roughly at $100,000,000 per annum, but benefits in excess of this  amount will certainly accrae. At the  present time, when only one-quarter of  the annual growth is being cut, the returns to tha community are over #285-  000,000 a year. The circulation of new  wealth io the Province is the f***"tor  which is playing a more important part  than any other in developing this great  Last vv est.  Bnt there is one essential. Fire must  be kept out of the forests. A dry season and a little carelessness might combine at any time to sweep a great part  of the greatest of the Province's resources ont of existence  The efforts of ail the fire rangers in  the Province would be of no avail if a  really large fire got under way. It is  by care every day in the year that every  . citizen oan help to reduce the fire less.  and baild strong the baais of his own  prosperity,  1       The Chief Fcrester haa expressed to  ,   The Review, the hope that as   many  ��������� people as possible will avail themselves  ,  of the facilitieo which the Forest Branch  ��������� possesses for collecting Information on  forestry questions.   Besides a large and  '   growing library tho branch haB numerous exports with  broad experience in  matters of fire protection, forest nursery  prtctioe, tree diseases, etc.   In addition,  thoro   arc   constantly arriving at tho  Branch, accounts of conditions throughout British Columbia, and doubtless the  experience of men who know tbe north  thoroughly  wouid be appreciated   by  those who live in tho south, and so on.  Whether readers of this paper have  something to tell or something to ask,  their letter* will bo moat gladly received  nnd anything that tho Forest branch  can do to assist in a thorough understanding of the forestry problem will be  enthusiastically undertaken.   Sooner or  later tho provinoo will como to a man-  aflomont of forest areas similar to thoso  in Eastern Canada,  Runsia,  Germany  and Sweden, and it is to be hoped that  the lesson whioh thetio countries have  learnod at tremendous expense will uot  bo duplicated In this land.     With British Columbia rest * the future  of tho  timber trado in Canada, and eo tno ex-  Unl that she realises her position will  am prosperity increase.  "W. B. Stilwell, who has been visit-,  ing his sister, Mrs. L. H. Mclonis, left  on Sunday for Nelson. Mr, Stilwell  noticed many improvements in the  city since he was here eighteen months  ago.  Mrs. Kobe. i_ifer, who naS uccju quite  sick is able to be out again.  11113.   XX.   AU.   A.VC1AA IV.4XA    uv.iv   uvAl     ���������iiVt*  gone to Missoula, Montana, to spend  Christmas with hei* parents.  The weather   was so line  and the  roads so good that five rigs from Cres-  1.0x1 vv Bjtvs uuuCcu iu 1 iaa?   Civjr    uxx    x. ut������-  day, beside Mr. Bevan and his auto.  ���������^ /QTT ������������������ ������?i!l mslse no mist-.  ������ when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  ��������� mmmmmxmmmmmmmamxmemmmummmm^mmmxmtmmm^^sm^mmmmxamxmmmxxm  Gut Guests ������  Ir* f a   im*\ Headquarters for Mining Men,  cafc -..C-g-tAi'l lumbermen,   Ranchers, Tourists  *��������� ������ ��������� ...      t                          >  ' and Commercials.  <-_  The Leading  Hotel of the  Frnit   Belt  ���������<���������$*  Tile following is a partial list of our  X Xmas Stock.  tnO    i hulLL'  Cut Glass  China  Perfume  Chocolate  Boxes  in    Fancy  6Z-.  L Ba Moran  PrOPa  The Canyon City Lumber Company  intend opening a dry goods department in connection with their grocerv  store in the early spring.  Geo. Hurry was unable to attend  the marriage of his sister Miss Belle  Hurry, in Nelson last week, owing to  the rush of work at present.  The Ladies Aid have the church  lit ted up quite nicely, and the Sunday  services will be continued regularly  throughout the winter.  Angus McClure left here on Saturday to spend Christmas with? his par  ents in Prince Edward Island, after  having spent about four years in- the  Golden West.  lifCQirp TUC TAII HP  il   i ibL-   1 f*_l  The Ladies Aid will meet- at the home  of Mrs. Carfra on the 1st Tuesday of  January.   All are welcome.  rteitiodist Church  Christmas Services  Sunday, December 22, Special  sermon for parents and children at 11  a. in.- "Christmas Hearts." The Junior choir will provide the music.  Att*VC_ir_ _*  jL'b'itfi,  Graf  wi-uiii-sss--  , _ mm* a#_*  t^.lr\*Tex   Xt0w0*0i  ���������mm XX0 V W    m^X0*I.S.Q  Toilet Sets  Books  Manicure Sets  Picture Frames  T_.1_    Oj. J���������  i,U-  ot-iiuS  VT������������*,4^'������1'    l'l^%4-. ���������"CS  .������. *xxx\s\    -x^im\s\,xm*>  Jardinieres  Candle Sticks  Post Card Albums  Atomizers  Fancy Stationery  S  a  v  e  T  S-  aa  i  s  L  ��������� -  i  S  t  T  o  S  e  1  ������������������ c'  t  F  r  o  sn  mil   UOS9LL&BL!.  Leather Collar Boxes  Books  Fancy Vest Buttons  Wallets  Inkstands  King Cutter Razors  Gillette Razors  Shavino* Mirrors  Military Brushes  Travelling Sets  Thermos Flasks  J4***P**^aM      *������W m^ ������������������ _>. *���������x mm  v������i,w*  w������ti������*pS  Shaving Brushes  Shaving Sets  Tobacco Jars  Pipe Racks  Clothes Brushes  Make your selection Early  SYNOPSIS OF GOAL MINIG REGULATIONS  Goal minis" sights of tbe Dominion;  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  the Yukon Territory, the North-west  Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased  for a terns of twesty'One years at  an annual rental of fl an acre. Not  more than. 3,560 aores wil! be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease mnstbe made  by the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent of the distriot in which]  the rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  he described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in nnsnrveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked ont by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if  the rights applied for are not available  but not otherwise. A royalty shall bs  paid on the merchantable output of the  mine at tho rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  I furnish the Agent with sworn returns  . accounting for the full quantity ot merchantable ooal mined and pay the roy-  l tkiim :-j������dwar6'������ ������cbocl S  j   ������������������ r :       -** I  I 39o_������ and <Birl_ !  CranbrooR, as, C     j  Principal      -     Mrp. Cherrington  Head Mistress,    Mbs Cherrington  ^ (Honours   certificate;   Cambridge  ^Higher IiocaL B'rmingfram TJnniver-  I slty Education Diploma. )!���������'""'  I Assistant - tliss Hodgson  !; ���������> (Cambridge  Higher Local certifi-  ~ cate.  Diploma   of the   College   of  Teachers for the Deaf.) "     ..  .,. .  ? Terms for boarders on application  to the Head MistreBS. .  7:30   p.  Mother."  m.     Theme,   "The Virgin  Special Music.  ���������Try a package of ourJTable raisens  They are fine.���������Tho Casta Store.  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given that an  application will be made to tho Legislative Assembly, of tho Province of  British Columbia, at its next Session  tothbae Who fill out and  , mail this coupon AT ONCE  Sample of our expert penmanship ^ and  faci-atittg lesson in short hand.  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McCreath, Prop  Box 14  I'-l  alty thereon. If the ooal mining rights  aro not being operated, such returns  should be furnished at least onoe a year  Tho lease will include tho ooal mining rights only, but tho lessoo may bo  permitted to purchase whatever avnil.  able Burface rights may bo considered  noooBBory for tbo working of tbe mine  at tho rate of 910 an aoro.  For full information application should  he made to tho Boorotary of tho Department of tho Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Ap-nnt or Bub-Agent o! Dominion Lands  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Intorior  N. B.���������Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not bo paid for.  1.'"  1F  f  to construct, equip, maintain and  operate a Railway of standard or  narrow gauge, to bo operated by  steam, electricity or other powoi>,  from a point on tbo international  boundry lino about nine miles west of  tho Kootonuy {River, in tho Di_U*icL  of Kootonay, whoro Boundary Crook  crosses said boundary line; thence  Westerly along uuid Creek a distance  of eight miles to a point on mud boundary line whoro it is crossed by Blue  .Jus 'JrcviL, IwKoluor wiih sucli power  for the use, operation, ownership and  maintenance of such Railway as nro  usually granted in that hohalf.  DATKD at Victoria, British  Columbia, tliiti 5th day of  n......)..j , a   ti. miv* ���������T.>\nrwfl.   1,1,11   n.i.  on     toro and  F. A. JMcDiarmid, j look over our supply of McOalls pat-  tiollultor for tho uppllciuiUi 1 t-rnu juwt rocolvod,    S. A* Bptfora,  BURNS  COMPLETE  Animal   Fertilizers  ARE  MONET       SEEDS  .,.,. 1 ���������������������������.,,..,���������, 1,   Sow BurnsTertilizers  And Reap Dollars.  Creston to Toronto and return        - -       $77.65  Creston to Montreal and return       - -    $82.65  Corresponding low rates to points in Ontario, Quebec  and Maritime Province.:.  -BBS  SKOWO-SE-S*  Tickets on sale, Dec, 1st to 31st inclusive, good to  return  within three months.  Iil. '.   .   .   .-.. .r-a... ������������������.,,' ; ��������� ���������   ..- rram���������. -rr���������it���������r . ..���������.., '    . - ..      i. t iM i*i������'   f! ���������Jj'^'V;" . ���������'. ,t  Liberal Extension Privileges  Call or send for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  P. BURNS & Go.  Limited  CRESTON       - ���������   B.C.  Head Office  P.AT.ttAT-Y: VANCOUVER;    EDMONTON.  mem  en,  Ticket*} issued in connection with TRANS-AT_yA.NTIC  TRIPS on sale,-Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st. inclusive, and limited  to five months from date of issue, with privileges of extension.  Ifinost Equipment, Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars.    Dining oara on nil-  through trains,   Oompartmont-Library, Obsorvatlou Oars on ' ImporlalLlmitod*  nud '-Toioulo ExpronB."  Special through Tonrlst Cur Sorvloo ln  oonnoctlon  with   those Excursions'  For dates of departure aud rouorvations apply to Looal Agent.  1 . ��������������������������� 1. -r-.i. -r 11. --i..T-MiTT.iiiriwi-i. -      -    --   if-iiirn-i nm-    n   rn-   -iii-h * n���������r"i���������f��������� ���������\\ -i ���������- i  i i-rimi r '��������� 1���������-***"l**Ti nr-nrr1HiirmM-iiniii ..n*  Tickets Via All trans-Atlantic Steamship Lines  For full information- rail aud steamship tickets, apply to-  AC. -VI. Keia, iicicct, creston, or  write to,  R. G. IvIclNeiiiie  j District Passenger Agent- Calgary, Alta,.  AfANUAL    EASTERN    EXCURSIONS  UH  _____&-__-n_____-_-_  -HH  ���������_H_I  8__S_S_-___--__  ���������mmmtmmmmmvmw  ���������MM  riri_____________l -^.^l~ZMZ^^^A^^\'^,?T-'^>US-lm.M.<  UU41CA>>  ?iW  ('���������'^���������������������������- -._S.;'44������<i*;:  ti^ffr^..:^z������':Mi  ;������y.������������.-.;-'_caKS  I^T^r-'^^^/yrrr-T-r"-^;' ^/v.^'^r.^^  ,, .,'.���������������'M,1'���������'viV-.ri. -mtt ir .HiT ������������������������������������!-  iE������'i_>,,:.__  TO FUR SHIP^-IS  Ibe most! aceutato, teUabls aod only MsiSasSBsport  end Pries lUt'ofttakind pubUiheA. _  <-<--������_--   -mm*   *A   an-,  ii������^-_-4-js   a**    _������--_  -Mb**-    Ml I       A  S SENS US YOUI HUE OM MfT������L-T0D������     , g  S a,s=ot-'fta?i!5S'sCa:is,5!=tapubUis'aca!ssMa  g  S every fa ������������e9*3, which gl������e������ you reports of-wart ia  3  fie doing io all the KM���������itaeftUe World Sa America-  _s  H Raw Fiic������. TbU InformAtlbn li trortb hundred* of  H dollar* to you.;  B3 Tm������s&0x ������*x& s&axi*fs2������2mm9^9J? - StStSfm  ���������'������������������ .:''v.>:iS^B7^'5HOB_:OT"^  ��������� Tin Latgut Hoot* la the WorW tolloc eielnitsly It  ��������� ' Am������-4������a IUw Fun  S  35-27.Wi;Sie'sfcssSt.. BsstS! GSlEiSB. !������L, 8.S.-  ���������mi  '    SSSSSSmSmmmmSSt  r ROi? ESSIQN AX/S  r*-w ac  ���������\/r#>ni'D'������   r* T_  B O. Land Survbyob and ABCHrrEcr  Semi-readf Suits  \   >ToSmUlO������������������-  IP THRRS !��������� BO 8etal-re*4y ttwe is  your town, yoa ������_y "������������������������ atemi-fMny  ������������������tau4* to yoot metal otfet tear, ������������t-  Kiss. Sea4 ������������������ -Sftg'B Own" ������w������  eaJts at 929, vita ������yiu oookwaa nii.  jMBWitog form*. ��������� OojtmoteaJ. 8cU tt  the tame wlc������ orejywbeie la Cio&da.  -Mr, yoa stsn lhe style book." MiI"  Sss is; yssss Sc~J-~5*y frlftto*!;  MMtfiU.  _*ra*-������tt-3 S-Osrt^  O. Fred Johnston, ?������srnie, 3. C  YAHK ITEMS        Ir.DJl-fCSq Uf -CIH1  B 3. Siley, proprietor *>t rhe Yobk  Hotel, who bas been in Uruuhroo- on  business for a few days, returned lues-��������� UI fl 1IA3   if ii-H-li , m\*U*J  day.  iimuKdurruu  -T4tF��������� 0_fi������������  fl 5 S  aa 3  a _bb     a-SaBBBBB -aaaiai  ? aCm  Plans and Specification*}  CRESTON  B.C.  DENTISTR1T  B. IS. H4AIXD. D. S.  TIMBER SALS! Kb? XIO  SEALED TENDERS will be received  by the Minister of Lands not later than  noon on the 3rd day of March, 1813, for  the purchase of Licence No. XiO to cut  W. H,JOhr?aC*ri   Prdnfidtsr  s    Mrs.S.J.:NfeOw^ (S TQ BETTER ���������    ���������  J brook Tuesday for a few days visit.      Y vy^?--..v ��������� ������������������   "  ,-. ?"'-v .^."T-" " *""��������� B    B  FRUIT MARKET  Chas. nelson was homo on a snort*  visit Saturday. He returned Sunday to  his duties on the Ecctenay Centra! road-  ��������� ��������� ���������'���������'���������'.���������'.- ���������.' /' ':- "'������������������'���������'������������������ Y  Miss Gertrned Knott, the sohool teac-  oher at Glen Lily cp9nt Saturday niRht  \ and Sunday wish Mr. and  Sirs. E. Bf.  Harrison.  While akidding logs for the Sing  Lumber Go., Bill Hill had the misfortune to break his leg -just above the  OSScs   over  Frank Parks Hsrdwwre  Store���������-Baker Street.    .->.',-  CRANBROOK,  IS* KmH  GUY  tOWENBERG  ���������" -'.-1      '-  OOHSOT-ITING   BSGIRBKB  CRESTON V -      -  1S.180.000 feet. B., M.,'  93.000 railway I-jjw  ties. 16,000 cedar poles oa Lot No. 274,  Group 1, Kootenay District, near OreB-  ton.: '-:'  Pa������ticulai-ofO_ief Forester, victoria j x  o���������   J First class mueic is promised.   Every  V t ���������--.'-. ^^.   ^ .-     _. ^_- _ii"W_.  to the Oranbrook hospital on Tuesday.  At the closing of the Glen Lily sohool  I on Friday the 20th there -will be a dance  TI-IBER SALE No. Xll  '������v r*   .  c.Ci  MR. & MRS CROMPTON  Teachers of  Pi^no, Violin, Singing  Music Supplied for Concerts & Dances  ���������     ��������� .j.r ...,. 1 ..,... .,   ��������� ���������       ���������  OKELE,, YOUNG & Co;  Real Estate and Inauranoe.  HOUSES-TO RENT  CRESTON     -        -     B.O.  SEALED TENDERS will be reoeived  hf the Minister of Lands sot later than  noon on the 3rd day of March, 1913, for  I the purchase of Licence No. Xll to cut  2,530,000 feet B, Bt., 46,000 railway-ties  4,600 cedar poles ou Lots No. 3877,!  3878, Group 1, Kootenay District, near  Cresses.  Particulars oi Chief Forester, Viotoria  B.C. so 38  j body ia welcome.   Refreshments will be  served at; 12 o'clock.  Anoshermss,'"& ysssgiorelgserhns  ���������just ariivsd from King's camp with hU*  leg badly -jammed and is Waiting for the  train to go to the hospital.  The G. P. R. timber cruisers are now  camped about a mile east of Tahk.They  expect to be m Yahk in a few days.  JAO. n. o\j,xx\jx'xxuLils  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  TIMBER SALE No. X12.  Messrs Baldwin and Barnhardt, two  looal ranchers, eaoh purchased a new;  cutter at Oranbrook last week and had  I them shipped in by freight.  ������,..- .... y  8    M. MoLeod, the Erickson merchant,,  I slopped here on Thursday last -while on  Assetnbly    Take^    Steps  T_aat ^^ry Will  ^Record?-??-  (Opntinued from Page 1)  Washington kajaiediateiy and as soon  as incorporation is complete, the articles  ssiirbs printed la pamphlet form and  [distributed to? every growers assooiation  in Washington, Oregon, Montana and  Idaho. It will then hie optional with  the individual associations whether  tb������y ally -!?misA!-c-i*! with the central  organization.  ' The?-Bsociation wUl be a mutual cor-  poration controlled by the nine trustees,*  nnd incorporated under the laws cf  Washington under the nonprofit making law.  The general purpose of the corporation will be to -Dfovide for the market-  ing and distributing of the fruit of the  northwest. The articles give the corporation power, to employ agencies to  that end ahd to. construct the necessary  property to raarket and distribute fruit,  and generally to construct the aoachin-  |ery to represent the growers aiid eliminate w_stes.      The corpoteition   will  THS   HOME  Or    THE  TRANSIENT  I  i  1  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  \  handle the fruit of itB members, either  m  eh i_aiyidUW_ iwr ozg_ni������ttti������iiS Y  ��������� ���������  I-  'imiL^ ���������i.-Xmji   tie  1UD   UUWU    On  imm.B*0ux    aA-irmrnod    tO  ���������V T. A TT  _j\n.i.J4    ,,.fc        \ Y. I his war to tne Canadian Sault wherehe   ; .    SEALED TENDEBS will s������ seeeitwu j ''.'���������:-. ....  i'.. ���������?  m.       mmm.^, x inn  ������._ i . ^    x*.       will speno Uttristmas wiin nw xoi_������.  REAL ESTATE, Etc. I by fehQ KiB^ter'oC Lands not later than  ^u*8SW  -s^e j noon oa the 3rd day of March, 1913, for   1 the purchase of Licence No. Xi2 to cut 1 King Lumber Co.. was here Tuesday p_  6,440.000 feet B. & , 10,600 rail way-ties, J ^ w^ to the Paoiflo coast> where he  S.5S0 cedar poles, ob Laf49I.  Gsoup 1,1 now hia a mill and residenqe. Mr. sapjl.     .  Koo^nai DUt-tict, aear Oreston< | has _^_ ^idins on ^  -  ** T 1 .'���������������������������������������������'  .m   '������������������*���������������������������.*ti -'-'"���������-V ���������:���������'"   V ���������  Particulars of Chief Forester, "Victoria j pg^ flye years.  B.C. no2$  I  CRANBROOK - ES. S3.  Is.  rnCet ;-iti;,^6j|^^ to  is^er of the!fuBhe*^j^yfe',;pIanfcV;,'i^^^  tip- of tha^tiuktees?.''^?^i|Ai?t-'i^m;:tinie.  :itii time iK va-idus district centres to  1 ssuds* locsl conditions and for the moral  -*-  Before Eettln.  mtr. -v  For the Nullding of your New  House, Store, OflW Workshop  or othor building, write or call  TIMBER SALEN0XI8.  SEALED TENDERS wUl be received  by the Minister of Lands not later than  noon on the 8rd day of March, 1913, for  the purchase of Licence No. X13 to cut  4,160,000 feet B. M., and 660 cedar poles  oh Lot 281, Group 1, Kootenay Distriot  near Creston,  e^buflhing the harmony ihat?_a_ bo  for m&rked all the deliberations,  ������������������-  Many details as to storage facilities,  tnetheds of operation and general management are yet to be worked out.  Public Notice  CANCELLATION OF RESEftV_i  NOTICE is hereby given that ihe  _ reserve existing by reason of the po-  Parfclculars ot Chief Forester, Victoria j fcice pubH8hed in the British Columble  B.C.  no 88  ���������    utlliuiug,   .~������.~��������� ���������J  on uio.   Estimates; given on all  kinds of work.    i.epairs& Alterations  A SPECIALTY  Charges reasonable uiiu mitlsfactlon  guaranteed on All- Work  JOHN   BOYD.  Creston  WATER NOTICE  For License to Titke and Use Water  A. Mirabelli  Sadtiie and  Hmrnenm  Repairing  A 9PKOIALTY  Dealer in   high   class  boots and shoes.  Get your Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco,  Cigars,   Pouches,  \\Hpes,etCm, at the  Creston    Wine    &  Spirit do.  Notice  is hereby given that Pan  Ofner of Duck Creek, B. C, will apply  for a license to take nnd use  J cubic  foot of water per second, out of a tri-  I butary of Duck Creek, which flows in  a westerly direction through Blocks  1 and 5, Lot 270, and empties in Dink  Crook near Block G. H., Lot 101. Tho  water will bo diverted at the south  oast corner ot Block   4, Lot 270 and  will boused for domestio purposes on  tho land described oh Block 8, Lot 270.  This notlco was posted on tho ground  on the 11th day of November, 1012,  Tho application will bo filed ln tho  ol-co of tho water recorder at Nelson.  Objections may bo Mod with the*ial,d  Water Recorder or with tho comptroller of water rights, Parliament  BuildingH, Victor in, li, 0,  Paul Ofnor (Applicant)  Oazette of December 27th, 1007, is can  ceiled in so far.as the same relates t������  the following described lands, so as ti  permit of the sale ot the timber stand  ing thereon:-*  Consisting of an inland in Goat- Rivp  lying immediately to the south of Lo  On and after the 9th of December  ind up to January 1,  1018  inclusive  those of the public whose names begin  from A to K will get their mail at No 1  Wicket, and from L to Z from No 2  moker.   The publio are also advised to  anil all Christmas matter early to avoid  .lisappointment.   For Maritime Provln-  es not later than the 18th, for Montreal I  tad Toronto by the iucb, for Muultoba  ������ad ' Saskatchewan   by   the 20th and  No.:401, Group 1, Kootenay District B  I vlberti and B. G> by the 31st, this will  containing by admeasurement a toti   1  I ilso assist those dealing with tho heavy  area of 38 aores, more or less. I  I Jiaila at this season of the vear.  ROBMRT A. RENWIOK, I     v  Donuly Minister of Lands.    J     , -���������������������������  Department of Lands  Victoria, B. C, December 11th, 1012.  Mrs. R. M. Gennmer, formerly ol  Oreston, hasreoeutly started aboardinp  house at Ogdon, Alberta.  Word has been reoeived by Mrs. J.  Hobden that her father, J, Holme, of  Lindfloy, Qnt., died on Thursday, De-  damber 13, at the ripe old age of 88. Mr.  IHolmo-BB^opont  considerable tlmo in  Creston at the home of his daughter,  I  ���������LOST���������Lndios Japanese Belt Buck-'  lo.   Kindly leave at^Revlow oflloe.  Tbe sunuttl ChriKtmas eatertnlmueut  of the Methodist Onuroh will be given  iu the Moroautilo Hall, l_ouuuy, X>c6.  93 at 8 p. m.   Tho programm will oon-  ti., G. M. Benney is spending a fow days  in Oreston this week. *<  \ Pooie, Fropa  ���������For quick sale we aro offering first  class appla trees grafted on best Freuoh  drab Apple roots, bait tor orchard plant-  j Upg ���������������* *ia P������r 100'<iranrt mntk*> B* ������' j"  I OranA iorka Fruit & ������wwsj Oo.  sist of Cantataa entitled, Tho "Mother  Goose's Children's Chrtstm-*.", Drills,  Ohorousef, Dialogues and Recitations.  Adults  85 cents, ohlldrcn outside  of  . .nnnni   in   initii.,.        mrn'mx.."  1 given ������ Christmas bag.  .-.   > il  The Ladles Aid of Canyon Oity will  hold ore oatwrtuUiiiiont nt tho church on j  Dee. 30th, 7:80 p. m. a nice program is  arranged aftor which refreshments will  b������ served. Evory child wUlreoelve  something. Rov. Mr, Blake will take  the chair. A oolicntlon will bo taken  -.���������Mi,** **������ui Vie. 1 m-...mm*m m ���������...v ">w/"������h for thft obiimh.  J All are cordially invited.  1  v  This Hotel is one of %\&  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. 8  mW M  ---iHSta-i  V       jW  M  BI _LAJ_L__f        yLmmJ S B S.  W&A.  E^(D   that  -        --      'jmM  iriena  ative   of  Zf,m.-.0^ a  1  ^"lS?b  urs,  en  a  ton or is? in any  Way interestecl in  the progress of  this valley, a year's  subscription to the  CRESTON  REVIEW  Those who used  this plan last year  can do no better  than    renew   the  subscription     for  another year. Give  this your immediate attention.  We  will    send    your  Christmas   greet-  'l'^u������  ������������������ ��������� i f>  ��������� a -B  '" .^ti* 1  . .**  MW t  "-*'-fi  ���������ti'- M  ���������-tiMm  ���������}  1  I*.  __���������������������������__������������������_������������������i  _i  ' ii  m  r.'-si  a'   A>t  Si  ���������M.  titii  titif$  :t  ���������!l  *(i.*HitHVm*l;ilUl(IH1  ;. ���������.iKim&Mmm***'*^ '��������� "*-*i- r>?xmlaHBm K-  it?  e  *M  By Arthur Applin  %_  W_r_, Lock & Co., Limited  London,  Melbourne & Toronto  J>  (Continued;  Francks shrugged.      I    don't    care  ���������where I go���������to the devil if you like.  He paid for a couple of stalls,  they descended the staircase he put  his hand on Scribner's ar_i. I say,  old man, if it's as bad as you say, you'd  better let me lend you a couple of  thousands���������double that amount if you  like; money's nothing to me now.  The  expression  on  Scribner's  face  s _)"_. \f. .fi 'g*\ 1^5 %M gsa ^ i  We have clients -who have the following to offer for exchange:  What have you for to offer"?  Clear Title Winnipeg Lots and some   cash   for   improved   '.arms.    ?0  Horse Power auto in good condition and some cash for quarter section.  Five fully modern centrally located houses  In  Winnipeg giving good  revenue for good  improved farm or block of w.Id land,  criptiou of any land you have to offer In exchange on above.  Agents  wanted at all  points  to represent  us.  Se.-id   l*ull   Hash.  2_  Canada  sccxr, KILL & CO.,  .ife  Building  Winnipeg, Man.  Fanning the Flame  He did not reply until drinks had  been ordered at the bar. Since his  visit to Aaron Roberts bis financial  affairs had gone from bad to worse.  Rubber had dropped to nothing and  he had been forced to sell out; he  had been served with a summons from  one of his tailors; a bookmaker had  threatened that, unless he received a  ���������cheque by return he would sue him,  and he had left the club that after  noon owing a hundred pounds���������his usual luck at bridge. Francks generosity staggered him for the moment;  it meant his salvation.  Jimmy Francks emptied his glass  and called for another drink. H-  i^r.tr^��������� r������r> thi31 c^asr0 caw a. dozen nai'S  of shapely legs pirouetting to and fro.  Well, he jerked out, Isn't it enough?  Don't be afraid to say what you want  Five thousand any good?  You're damned generous suddenly,  Scribner said rudely.  Francks again emptied his glass and  laughed noisily. Yes, I've just  learnt the value of money.  So have I.  With a trembling hand, Scribner lit  a cigar and puffed a cloud of smoke  between his lips.      Twelve hours ago  he would have jumped at Francks' of- j  fer, metaphorically fallen at his feet'  and blessed him.      But twelve hours I  It's hardly  the time  and place,  he j ���������  stammered.      Then he caught Francks j     por a num_er of years a bitter feu-1  Agj eye and followed him out    into    the j existed betwer-n the Browns and the  | lounge. j Perkinses,  next door neighbors.   The  l     I say, where did you pick up that j trouble had originated    through    the  old bird, Scribner' whispered, seating; depredations of Brown's cat, and had  himself beside Lydia Truth..    Lord, j grown so fixed an affair that neither  1 party ever dreamed of making up.  One day, however, Brown sent by his  servant a peace-making note for Mr.  Perkins, which read:  Mr. Brown sends his compliments  to Mr. Pei-kin and begs to say his  cat died this morning  Mr. Perki  ter:  Mr. Perkins is sorry to hear of Mr.  Brown's trouble, but he had not heard  that Mrs. Brown was ill.  he isn't your style.  He's my solicitor, Miss    Truth    i*e-    _   plied with, dignity.    I hate stuffy old  changed "its' usual pallor Accentuated. I offices.      Always remind me of pro  ** * _ .._ m       m        m        ���������   ������������������    m -    l     Vtnln si t , r 0^-m, sx 0^       n m-\ ri       jT������ 11 i-W #% + _a ������*��������������������������� s\i  bate, divorce and all that sort of  thing. So when I have to pay half  a guinea for a bit of advice, I make  him spend a fiver on me here.  Scribner chuckled. Splendid idea.  I suppose you've heard the news, poor  old Francks' engagement's broken off.  Miss Lydia gave him a quick glance.  Yes. What's that got to do with  you?  Nothing. I want to know what it  has got to do with old Sainty. He'3  arranged it. Roberts told mo that.  Roberts talks too much sometimes.  I wish I could make him use his  money bags a bit more then. Look  here, Lydia, you're pretty pally with  him, you put me on to him. I must  have some money at once, or I'm done ; cav to th������nk you  for. You can work it for me. If Jt-S today?  you do���������  You'll remember me in your will,  she said mockingly.  In  my  marriage  settlement  the same thing.  The door of the box opened again,  AAUIA74A      AA3JJIJ.        WHS       Dll*  Worms   cause   fretfulness   and   roo  the infant of sleep,?the sreat nourish-  *.m \.7r\Xt.f.m     f\..:..^^,      U,-w.',.       _!-.*-.���������*  ...   . ������������������.....���������..>���������        .-...������������v.k������ .._*..I       UAV^l Ui'  inator will clear the stomnch and intestines and  restore healthfulness.  Elderly Aun*"���������My dear. I have just  put you down In my wi'! for $10,000.  Her Nelce���������Oh. auntie,  what can }.  ?   How are you feel-  IHE BANK OfJOraALI  CLOSED BEST YEAR M ITS HISTORY  That ths Bank of Montreal Is one of  our oldest as well as one of our most  important financial institutions, was  emnnasised by the fact that the Annual Report held this week was the  95th in the Bank's history. Tho  Bank is yearly occupying a more important place in the financial, commercial and industrial expansion of the  Dominion. Tha Annual Report presented, whlcn covered the year -ondad-  the 31st October. 1912. showed net  profits for the year of $2,518,000.  which with a balance brought forward  of $1,855,000 and the premiums on new  stock amounting to 831.000. make ���������*.  total of over $5,207,000 available foi  distribution. Quarterly dividends  and two bonuses absorbed $1,894,000.  The sum of $1,000,000 was transferre-l  to rest account, $1,000,000 to countliig-  ent account, and $511,000 expended on  bank premises, which left a balance  to be carried forward $802,000. The  Bank has now total assets of nearly  $287,000,000. making it one of tho  strongest financial institutions on the  ' ���������������>���������������-> *���������*���������������-4 *-��������� -V4.-X X _\������t*.t m\r*     *���������_*.������**.     *frta v* I ">>���������*���������        l*������*._  UVUV'.UCtll ������ ���������   *m*\\e.*l\t%   ��������� VUW     J \*%*m ��������� *��������������� *���������*������"  creased its paid up capital to $16,000,-  000. Increased its rest account to i  similar sum, made large gains In deposits and in current loans, opened a  number of n^w branches, and otherwise kept pace with the growing pros-  r������_rity of tut* Duuiuiiuu. Tlio faCt  that the Bank made current loans of  nearly $120,000, _hows that there is  a big demand In the country for banking accommodation and that the Bank-  of Montreal is doing Its full share in  catering to the business needs of the  communities  where its branches are  Teaching the Teacher  Mother (whose children have had  an education superior to her own, to  her small daughter, whom she is in  the act of smacking.���������I'll learn you  not to contradict me.  Small Daughter (between her soba)  -���������teach, mother? teach.  tV.ir.arcn** Lhifnient Cures DistemnAr  -much  ago he had not taken Aaron Roberts' mucn more eutertaunag. wen make  hint quite seriously. And Jimmy j a night of it, just like old times, eh,  Francks, one of the richest men in t Scribner?  London, had lust sooken contemm- i But Scribner was staring at Francks  nously-of wealth, and he ought to ithe dawn of fear in his eyes. He  fi ' * " ! edged closer to him.      Good heavens.  HOW'S  THIS?  We cttmr fme Hundred Dollar* Reward  . for eny  esse o.* O.tarrh  tbat ca-.mot  be  <*u.?d bv Kull'it Catarrh Cure.  F.   J.   CHENEY * CO..  Toledo.  O.  ,   ���������.      _ , .        ,.-.., We,   tho  undersigned,  have known  F.  and jitn FranCKS enterea, diu he was   j.  Cheney ter -he last 16 ve������,n������. and be.  alone I heve.-hlm perfect 1-   honest In all business*  ni-.Un   ������hai Viava t-nn rinnA with mv' t- tAisac'lo-o** Rn . financially able to carry  Hullo, What na\e >ou ttone WlUi m>    out aRy {.Migration-   mad* bv his Arm.  pal���������wheres old Sainty?     Miss Truth ;       walding   kinnan ix Marvin.  -emauued. ! .       Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. Q.  SVanpbc   amil^d   pniemnticallv 1 '     Hall s Catarrh Cure ls taken Internally.  fr-rancks   snuiea   enigmatically,        i , Kctins Erectly upon th* blood and tjiuc-  aave taKen  his  piaee,  you 11  find  Hie ; <*ca surtaor o? the aystens. Testisnor.lala  We'll make ; *Le*?i {S*������-.,  i7*ce_.'r5i cent*������   Pe*T   bottle.-  Sold   by_ all   DrugpiBts.  '������ Family Pills for constlpa-  ������*W>^������4 W  Mr.  Safe  and  Sane  P.  Latitude���������Young man; you  should hitch your chariot to a star.  Mr.   Kidsport���������No,   thanks.   Motor  racing is  exciting enough.    Aviation  doesn't attract me.  RELIABLE CUES  for Gall Stptfe'si Kidney Trouble;?   Kidney'-"'���������' land ..".Bladder  Stones,    iii*'i.ve?j,      Lumbago,  -;Uri? Ac---': ' ���������������������������������������������Y--  Price   $1 .BO,   Most; Leading  Druggets'..?..?--,,    ti.,:  THfe SANOL MPQ. CO.  .Winnipeg, Matii  Ltd.  ?One of Eoston's young elite, accom  panied by an Instructor, was runriini?  Mb new automobile for the first time  They  were  circling  the  Common   in  'rather' a wobby fashion.  .   I suppose, he casually remarked fco  the chauffeur, as he took a fresh grasp  on the speed lever, that you have been  around with worse than 1?  Tho man gavy no answer.  ' I say, he repeated in a louder tone?  I suppose you have been around with  worse than 1?  . I heixril very well, sir, what you said  In   the  first  place  replied  the  man  ��������� ui jvat a-thinking about it. "      '  Resolutions  from   the  directors  of  the Grand Trunk Railway system and*  from those of its subsidary Companies-  have just been forwarded to Mr. Da"'-  Id Hays, brother of the lafp 0'hn������>. ,T.  Hays, at Prince Rupert, expressing the*-  high regard in which the former, nead  of the big railway system was held.  These:   resolutions,   illuminated     On  parchment in purple and gold form a  very   highly  artisic  album  and   are"  accompanied by a warm personal letter from Mr. E. J. Chamberlin pr<a*  sident of the ��������� Qratid Trunfe ?.nd 6ran<_  Trunk Pacific Railways.  Take Hal  *icn.  JOIOW.  It's awfully good of you, old man, j Francks. you haven t���������  Scribner  said  slowly.       But I won't j     Jim Francks laughed v.-ildly  take it, I'll muddle along* some how. j I haven'-:���������But I'm jfoiu^ to!  Come and sit down and Look at the  No,  luun .  They took their seats and stared at  the shapely legs and whirling ballet  skirts, but the thoughts of each one  were far away from the smiling  ���������dam&rjs on the stage.  By jove, look up there, Scribner  ejaculated suddenly, nodding his_head  ���������towards one of    the    boxes.     i hat's i his gaiety w  and  he was drinking heavily.  Lydia Truth. She's accumulated a  lot of diamonds since I knew her.  She's not a bad sort. Bo you see  who's with her- he whispered, the  crafty  old  beggar,   Sainty.  Saintsbury! rranck,i leapt to his  feet. By jove���������I want a word with  him. He pushed h'%3 way out of the  stalls.  Scribner followed quickly. What  are you going to do?  FYancks did not reply. He hurried  upstairs with Scribner in pursuit,  knocked at the door of the box and  opened It about a couple of inches,  then pushed it wide and entered.  Evening, Miss Truth, hope you hrue-  n't forgotten me? You know ihe honorable Fred, don't you.  Rather, Lydia Truth wnlled. hotdi*-.?  out a pretty but much he ringed hand.  But who asked you to come up here.  I'd like to know?  Fmncks turned to the lawyer, r  saw you with a friend of mine. I  want a word with you, he said carelessly. Fred will entertain Miss  Truth. I'm Bure, whilst we go outside. ,  He opened the door of the box  again. Saintsbury was tugging nervously at. his moustache, his nostrils  quivering.  CHAPTER VI  Jhey T2s.de a sight cf it,  Francks had promised, though it was  not like old times. It was Sat, stale,  and unprofitable. Lydia Truth was  frankly bored and yawned her way  through        supper. Superficially  Francks seemed in the highest spirits,  talking and laughing noisily, but  *.* n n5.tur3.1  whilst  Scribner was evidently nervous and  ill at ease. He failed to discover  what had happened to Saintsbury, and  what it was Francks intended to do.  ls forced and unnatural  I wish I were a heroine, Fred.  Why. it is easVfor you to become  a heroine, dear.  I'd like to know how?'  The woman who is not afr-Md to remain alone while her husband goes tt.������  a poker party is a heroine.   i i W   .������������������ ii  talnard-   Liniment  Cures  Colds,  &c.  Classifying Him  Brother  Hardesty.  can't you  imko  your   contribution   for   the   education  of the heathen a little larger than us-  Uf''   th?-5  yiaq-r.  Dr. Goodman, I'm more than doubling it. I have just started that  youngest boy of mine to college.  remained in the lounge of the : CITvFf-   Y^ArN   PAll.  until   the   lights   were   turned i **?L,f ld1    IL������������VO   Itun  JLJUW  AIT*  XIU.1  Myii  Is ConMOnt!  ���������K****tl������T/\*WV  IU-1C1  itm  m  inicnra aoap  andOmtie-  Tonight rub your scalp lightly with  Cuticui\a Ointment. In the morning shampoo with Cuticura Soap.  Savoy  out. Together they drove Lydia i  Truth home. As soon as they had \  bidden her good-night, Francks dis-!  missed'the taxi-cab. 'Cured  I'm going to  waik hume. j  Scribner accompanied him. He real- j  ised that Francks was not in a fit i  state to be left alone. In the theatre !  a ridiculous fear had seized him that  Jimmy Francks had walked off with  the lawyer, intending to publicly  thrash him or even perhaps kill him.  He laughed at his fears now, but he  Baw that all was not well with  Francks. He loved Iris de Fom-  aigne still. The man who had lately been his unsucceasful rival felt gen  ulnely sorry for him, even while hope  a few hours since ,pn the point of  death,  revived iu  his breast.  Au unsuccessful gambler, he, who  had Btaked on every game men played  with life, had lost. Irretrlevablo  ruin stared him ln the face. He had  seen love, honor, wealth and happiness lying in the gutter at his feot,  lost beyond hope of retrlevement.  whilst his friend who had started at  the bottom of the ladder of life pos  fiO-sed them all.  And now", Fortune, with a suddea  turn of her wheel and a fickle mood,  had changed their positions. They  walked side by side through the London night. Francks stumbling forward, cowed and broken by the blow  of an unsuspected enemy, still groping in the past which had risen  Phoenlx-llke from Its ashoa to cheat  ! hlni of his future. WhilRt Scribner,  looking ahead, saw onco more fortune  smiling at him, holding out tho crown  of lovo and wonlth.  Thoy reached Francks' flat; ho turned uh he reached tho entrance and  peered nt Scribner by the lamplight-.  Shan't ask you in, got a lot of writing  to do. Thursday to-morrow���������wi'd  ding day that was to have been. He  laughed mirthlessly, and clutched  Rrrlhric-r by 11k* arm. I mippoMf you'll  marry her now, curse you���������I wonder!  Well, If yon dn, treat her well, and  give up your silly jriinihlimr and miike  her hnppy. But If you don't, Scribner���������-If you don't by God, I'll kill  you.  Don't bo a fool, Scribner an Id  un-  eaplly..     You  turn  In  and  got soim-  HU������'*|������.  FROM ACUTE NEURALGIA  Through  the Use  of  Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills.  Neuralgia is not a    disease���������it    Is  only a symptom.     It   ls   the   surest  sign that your blood Is weak, watery  and impure, and that your nerves are  literally  starving.    Bad  blood is the  one  cause^���������good, rich, rod blood Its  only cure.    There you have the real  reason why Dr. Williams' Pink Pll-  cure   neuralg'a.    They   are   the   oni;'  medicine that contains in correct proportions,   the   very   elements   needed  to make new, rich, red blood.    Thi.>  alone reaches the root ol the trouble,  soothes the jangled nerves and drives  away the nagging, stabbliig pain, an*l  braces up your health in other ways.  Mr.   M.   Brennan,  an  ex-sergeant of  ���������.he   2nd  Cheshire   Renlmnnt,   now   a  resident of Winnipeg,    RCan.,    sjays:  "While serving with mr regiment ln  India, on a hill station, I contracted a  severe cold which brought, on acute  neuralgia,  at times lasting for three  weekc.      I  was constantly  suffering  almost every month  in  the year for  over seven years, tho pain being sometimes bo severe that I wished I was  dead.      On  my return to England  1  seemed   to   got  no   hotter,   though   I  Bpent large sums of monoy for modi-  cal  advlco   nnd  medicine.       Then  I  onmp to Canada, and about a year ago  saw tho advertisement of    Dr.    Williams'. Pink Plllo ln a Winnipeg paper.      Although I had begun to think  my complaint was Incurable I told my  wlfo that I Intended giving tho Pllla  a  fair  trial.      I  was  suffering from  torrlblo  palnB   whon   I   begun  taking  the Pills, but before tho second box  was finished tho pain began to disappear, and undor a further ubo of tho  Pills   lt   disappeared   entirely,   nnd   I  li-vt.'  not hud u  Lwlngo of  11 during  tho past year.     Only those who have  boen afflicted with tho torrlblo pnluu  of neuralgia enn tell what a blosBlng  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills havo boon to  mo, nnd you mny bn miro I shall constantly recommend thorn to other sufferers."  Thoso Pllla aro sold hy all modlolno  dealers or by  mall <it CO con to a bo:*  The year was the nrst under the general management of Mr. H. V. Meredith and the fact that the profits for i  the year were some $242,000 greater  than those of the previous year, must  bs regarded as not only satisfactory  to the shareholders, but as complimentary to the foresight and business  sagacity of the General Manager. It'  is doubtful if the Bank of Montreal  was ever in as good condition to take  care of the growing needs of the Dominion than It is at the present time.  Its increase ln paid up capital and rest  accounts, its gain in deposits, total assets and other matters, makes it peculiarly fitted to take a leading place  in the financial and industrial expansion of the country.  The addresses of the President and  General Manager were both com pre-?  hensive reviews pf the financial, commercial and industrial conditions prei  vailing throughout the _������ominion.  That of the President -which referred  to the Dominion as a whole, was masterly summary of the conditions prevailing at*the present time. The address was optimistic in Its tone, Mr.'���������-.  Angus declaring that conditions'  throughout the Domkiion were unusually sound and that satisfactory progress might be expected as long as  present conditions prevailed. Mr..  Angus touched upon the agricultural  expansion, th** increase In immigration, the growth of manufacturing,  railroad development, the shipping industry and practically speaking every  phase of our commercial and industrial  expansion.  Mr. Meredith in his address, referred more particularly to the growth  of the Bank and the banking business. I  He touched on the forthcoming revision of the Bank Act, and intimated  that there might he a few minor  changes, although in the main the  present Act was giving satisfactory  service. He also dealt in an able  and comprehensive way with the increased cost of living and the charge  that the Banks throughout the Dominion were not paying sufficient attention (to the farming communities. He  denied the charge that the banks encouraged farmers to become depositors, and not borrowers, and stated  that ln so far as his bank was concerned many millions were on loan to  farmers and small traders.  Altogether the addresses of the two  heads of the* Bank like the Annual  Report Itself, were eminently satisfactory to the shareholders present  and should prove equally so to business men throughout tho country' as  well.  Rbvp! Wr������ lniiirhnd npnln. T know I or nlv* hnvoa for $2.R0 from Tho -fir.  wluu I am Baying. Scrlbnor, 1 inn sober , Williams' Modlclno Co., Brockvlllo,  rnoiigli.       I   wish   to   houvt'i!   I   with'Out.  not.        I'vo   got    to   llvo,   that's   the!    worm  of lt.       I'd got out or It  all  11*  I could.      I've nothing to llvo for, ov-  XT^ ,.il,���������.  inn  .-I-   4*.  '   IliUl    t '    4* W 4  dry, thin and falling hair,dandruff  and itching .-.cilp.-., ������>r doit.^.- ;><.<;,!-  ily, ugreciihly and (.'ion<������<ni<'ally.  Full directions in every pa������ k;i''i .  tlui wnrlil.    A  IiIiiTuI  nun,|.lii nf ri.rn, wlin   ,u-|ii������i">  ���������4-nlp, in'iit iw.i't-frr.v Aililri'tJ l'i,llu< JJrlHf * <'In i...  Cori,,, Unyt. 171), liunUiii, U. li. A.  or.pt to Hoit lior hnppy. And tho mini  who luirfH lior will Imvo to oettlo with  inf.       Do you  iiimIi'ir'tand?  Hrrlbri'T   nlinij-������od     bin     shouldi-i'M  liHuli'HHlv.     Tlicro  wuh  m'thlii'*; to lio  .... t i ,i              i     t ..  ........ ...       ,..i,i    k1 ii it i ut-1.v     mil i v     mi  .liininy Kninoltii, but at t\m tunno tlmo  IiIh  own     hour'.     Ihrlllrd    ovtilttnulv .  ('nnil'ill*;'!',   lie   Ml Ifl   llllHI flllllly,   It    will  a;! i uim- i Ic I.l (mini' iliiy .  ("1'n  In-  ''onMniiPfi)  W     N.   U.   020  H'li'llH        vV it.i,       a       Uorniiiii H T-  '...ft        ,11,       ��������� ' I        ,..   . - I   .   . I .      I   . I. |<l> '., I   ,1       HI       ,1  f;i")iifiii'ililf I*'-'!*'!   Mnl, rniiiriillli-d miii  <���������!(!���������   by   ilrlnlfliig   tliroc   Imlr   |ilnl   tint-  Ml-!!    f.r    Mil. Mlfpli  Ti',I    llfflTlillll    WI|A.  ll'  !     Ill'lliVl',  Working up to It  Sandy and hin lass had boon sitting  togcUiur about lialr-an-houi* lu silence.  MiiKglo, he Hiihl at loiysUi, wuhii'I  I horo on tho Sawlmth nic'it',*  Ay, Sandy, I iluur nay you woro.  An' wtiHiia' I lioiu on Monday niclu?  \ .'    nn y i>  ������'im'i. .  An' I wiih Imro on TuoHilny nli'hi,  in' VVoiliioHilny iileht. un' Tliuvudiiy  nlcht, mi' I'Y'diiy it it'll t ?  Ay,  I'm  thinking yon woro.  Well, uh;it for no? I'm uuro yc'ro  vffiii  wi'lrimo.  Mii'.'K'o.  woman, iiud Sunny  ,        ''ji *."        I' . -,. 4 . ������        .C  On the Piano  Jack London, when on a visit to  New York, was Introduced to a haus-  lclan In one cf the popular Broadway  cafes.  I nm a mualclnn ln a small way, said  London. My musical talent was  once the means of saving my llfo.  The musician was nt once vory much  interested.  How Is that? he asked.  There was a grout flood In the  town of my boyhood, explained London. Whon tho water struck our  liouso my father got out on a bed  nnd floated with the stroam until ho  waii roacued.  And you? queried tho musician.  Well, smiled London, I accompnn  led him on tho piano.  Why aro all tho people flockln������  down to Hlruiii llurdapplu's burn?  iiskod tho old farmor on tho hay wagon.  Ill's got n curiosity down thore,  chuckled tho vll'ngc cohsablo.  That no? What kind of a curiosity  Is It?  Why, Hi's old red and whlto .Torsoy  cow. Tho othor night tho old critter'  had thu colic iir.d III '.vent down with  hli* Innttrn to givo. hor a dor.o. of rn<\l-  iclno. Blumod If ho didn't make t  mistake and j*lvo hor a pint of gnuo-  lino.  Dc   toll!   Didn't   kill   her,   did   It?  No, hut by heck It hnd a tunny effect. Now, Instead of going Moo-moo  llko nny othor hoiihUiIo cow, sho goon  Honk honk! '..ko ono of thorn thar  blameil automobiles.      v.  Oil,    Mln.'i    Ll nil t fool.    8"M    Jo"-"   ii ft or   thoir   third   iliuioo   nt  the   hall,  ymi nro n nini't woiulorful dnnoor.  Itonlly, do you think ho? Hho rnpllcil. I  Vi^h,  Indeed.     More woiulorful than'  l;ii' dumliol  who iliinooil boforo  l-lorrid  John   um  p, ...  rut?  Ill   (lOH- |  ,'Hlll   (lolllllllllOll    tlio   li <���������(������ il   ol  How so, pinv?  Tin-  brain  ot* a   mnn  <\oootlu  twlc.  that of any othor imtiiial.  I Ml |l| l.'t   ,  Koally.  Woll,   you   hoo,   when   sho   dancrd  OIH>    llllll)     WIIH    lll'OnpltllWtfl.     bill     WII'Mi  ymi dunce all mon louo their bonds.  Ill-if w IV_  A   glove   for  any   occasion  in every  length,  style.  e,  THE FARMER AND H1& |  ': ��������� '������������������'     'iiR a IN'  VUA.V4.JLJ.A   -������������������  The only cure and satisfactory, i way In which the Western Farmor  can secure the highest possible market value for his wheat, oats, barley and  ������."? _*-.*2_ shipping it by the carload to Fort William or Port Arthur, or to  Duluth if cars cannot be got for the other terminals (loading It If possible  dli-pct into the car over the loading; platform so as to save elevator charges  and dockage) ar.d employing a strictly commission Arm to handle and dla-  pr>Cjtp    r%f    jt.  - J71" continue to act as the Farmers' Agents solely on a commission basis.  w������- pre not tracktouyers and .we never buy the Farmers* grain on our own  account, but look after and dispose of the grain entrusted to us, as the'  agents of those who employ us. aiid it is bur desire and endeavor to give  everyone the very best service possible. We make liberal auvanees against  car shipping bills, and will also carry the grain for-a time under, advances at  a..Ri?<3erate commercial rate of interest, if considered advlsauie. We Invite  all Farmers t������ write to us for shipping instructions ana marks* Wormat.oi-  pt". ������ ���������"."'.���������������������������  T  hompson Sons ..& Company  700���������703 Y.  GRAIN  EXCHmNGE WINNIPEG, CANAuA  GRAIN   COMMISSION   MERCHANTS  the low price  of Wheat?  Organization  is the key to  power  200,000   farmers are scrambling to    get their  grain   Into  the   hopper before the    close    of  navlgatlon~WHY?  Because all their notes and store-bills become  due October 15, or November 1, arid they aro  honestly   endeavoring to meet them.  What Is The Result?  The epout becomes filled nnd thero le a genera!  spill. The manipulator knows how to take advantage of a condition of this kind and he lays hla plane  to rake off a little fortune and he succeeds He  simply takes nil the profit that under normal conditions, the farmer would have got In the growinn  of grain, and the. fnrmer must he content with the  scanty living he Is able to withhold from his creditors, and hop*, on for another twelve months.  The only teaolble solution of the question Is in  organizing the farmers that they may be able to  put the cost of production on the article he produces. Every other producer Is able to do It  Even the laboring man of to-day Is able to put ,*i  price on his own labor. Every farmer knows thit  fnct from hie late experience in getting off his  crop,  Then why not mnke rt little sacrifice to create  conditions which wilt do vastly more for your ohll-  clren than the accumulated wealth which you hone  to leave them, but which vary seldom material-  Ires. The Or.iln Growers' Grain Company la  VOUR organization and Jy the next six years develop as rapid progress as during the lost six,, there  vlll be a spout going direct from tne producer to  th* consumer, cutting out the manipulator. *t  uiAM be done If tha farmers are loyal to their organizations.    ,  THE GRAIN GKOWEBS' GRAIN CO., LTD.  Winnipeg:, Man. mm^tWuS^ms Calgary, Alta.  Co-operation  is the gateway  to freedom  <**>   mm  tim* -*** **M������  **m**    W"**  Irom the best  of the  jest's best wheat  H^ITllI  Tot1  more water,  makes more loaves.)  i your dealer.  * m\  %% ___. * II  iiMflrJ!  |iMM|    mmmxm    mmm   ml    jmt  0  JBm it*  fUHITV ftOUII  tJHtn  "\  -ST  -N  -MM  -HMM  BBBBB  mWm  N-  2 ��������� ' .< " .... ��������� .������������������ i     -u.r< t     yv4���������',  THE    CBESTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON.    B. C.  ���������  i -lrj ** /  -'   '       m  " S___S_  ���������"^���������Vi"  m*im-  18'SENT'TO  PRISON  m  SCOTT'S EMULSION improves the quality, of breast rnilk  Y-^it supplies the materialfor bone  atid muscle���������if scanty or thin,  it makes it rich and abundant.  For bottle babies a few drops  of emulsion with every feeding  produces marvelous effects-  niakes new, firm flesh and ruddy  health.  SCOTT'S EMULSION is the  cream of the puresfe'cod liver oil  delicately emulsified into tiny  particles re sembl ing maternal  milk and each particle is coated  with glycerine���������no alcohol or  stimulant���������a wholesome, nourishing, strength-mikirig^ioodi. titi ti,?  Mothers everywhere are enthusiastic about Scott'a Emulsion.  Jttsiat on getting SCOTT'S.  Scott & Bownc, Toronto, Ontario 12-64  AS YOU WERE SAYING  ,    _..iii<a_ .?m_  C#������������l_  Rnlri  t.      ^A....A4,.,     S..M      *    .....   m      ���������..������������������  Jes' kid 'em along.  Every guy needs help  .Every guy needs encouragement..,;  .As you hone to find both���������  >,Kld  'm  along.   .,     ??Y??  ii y're lucky    '  -Y'llyflnd somebody -tp do the same. Jby  '''���������*'"*" you. '"'"'"'���������"*-������������������?"���������'-':"- ,:" *'������������������'������������������'���������"-'' "���������' :-"     ������������������"*-  If y're kind  Y'll do the same every time y' git a  chanst.  .-Whenor'������������������-tell- a feller he's bravo���������  JBy jhig, y're plantih* a ramrod in his  Spine. :- .-::���������:���������,    .:;.-:...������������������:,..       .,,---.    -,..��������� ,, :l ���������������:  ���������When y* tell - feller he's able���������  ���������JBy lieck? y're  picfcin*  him right   up  out'n? the tut.,.. ' tii  -When, you teii a ieiier he's good, and  wise, and, decent, and manlike--- '  - -Why son, y're makin' it so!  ; 4    It    ���������������������.     AA*?<4-A       -V     WO.AS        CA-     A.^^*t5    m^.i...m-     *4������.  ���������omnipotence all to yerself as y'll ever  git lh. this life?  When yr'find any; kind of an openin'  Kid'm along.  Even if he ain't what y'- say���������  YHe might be.  Eyen.if he aint what.y'.say���������  That's what y* want him to be.  Even if he ain't what y' say���������  He  can  be. *  And you can make him.  Do the right thing, bo���������  ���������jfe'-il'm along. '  And some day, like as not���������  He  is!  No  man  is   more  welcCme  than  the  wis-e kidder.  ���������-������������������������������������>���������  He reaches out a big hand in life.  He takes a wabbly guy and sets him  on his pins.  ti.   ,- ." Ms-/nerve back.  Warms   his ^fairitin'   hearr,  .And sets  his  face to  the  firin'  line  .,-.: again. >  ..... ,.     ��������� .-���������'  JieSs* bykid din' ,'tri along?  And If he-does his work well  tf he helps all he knows  "Mebbe. he'll find somebody else  In his-hour of need  To kid   him  along.  ���������tit'-���������',   Y-;        ---John Edward Russell:  Man Who Stroke the Famous Bank  Gets Five Years for Swindling  Charles, Wells, of Paris, also  alias Etivier, the founder of the Paris  banking house known as the Rente  Gl-Msr,s"������ne who was arrested on a  yacht at Falmouth and extradited lo  PrAnce.. has been sentenced on th*?  charge of fraud to five years' imprisonment and a fine of $600 by tlw j  Paris correctional Court. Jeanne  Burns, his companion, was sentencal  to thirteen months imprisonment and  fined $200.  The dramatic arrest of Monte Carlo  Wells, and Jeanne Burns, an actress,  took place on his steam yacht, Excelsior, at Fairmbuth -n January 20 last,  Wells, who was said to have had some  thirty-six aliases,    twice    broke    the  bank at Monte Carlo In 1892 and won  some  $200,000  at  the  tables  in   five  days.     This was  the feat that was  commemorated    ln    the    well known  song: The Man who Broke the Bank  at Monte Carlo."    During the hearing  of the present case he said:. I broke  the  Bank  not  once,   but, ten   times,  and gained altogether $400,000.  , ��������� Wells   was   sentenced   at   the   Old  Bailey in tho following year to eight  years'   penal   servitudes  for  obtaining  over  $150,000   by   false  pretences   of  selling certain patents.    One of these  he ���������asserted, would economize fuel on  steamships. ?''-..! ������������������'���������:)  Wells was ?arrested at 1<"almouth?on  a charge of obtaining over $204*000 by  f������li^A    '~xmm*%4-0-*������x   _y^#s.     *t������*     THm*rm+-*>m/\ TKln     wiyt ������t  IO IOO     }ja *- L\4Uyt,0     ������U      ������-���������   * **������,������* \rf������-   ��������� *. J-4. AK,       ������������������* m+m*  the sum he had obtained ae manager  of the Rente Bi-Mensuolle in Paris,  which advertised largely and promised Interest at the rate of 1 per cent  per day to investors. Wells carried  out his promise so effectively for six  months, paying out of capital, that  he raked in millions of francs. The  police at length asked him> to give  proofs of bis genuiness, but Weils  disappeared. When he was found at  Falmouth in. his ;.luxuriously fitted  yacht he wa_ living a life of ease?  ��������� __ tkf% _P T**_P  J|l    llll  l*������l?qT nilAIITV ATTnc I0WPQT PRI-fT'  The harness sets which we illustrate below are ail manufactured in our own factory from tne finest grade material.  For durability and strength they are unequalled at Eaton prices.  When you buy harness from us you get the advantage of our liberal guarantee of good quality. If you are dissatisfied  we return your rnoney and pay freight both ways.        .? ^    .  There are no middlemen's profits "or salesmen's commissions and expenses to be added to our prices. We sell direct  to our customers and thus eliminate these selling costs which they would otherwise have to pay.  SPECIAL FARM HARNESS  This style of hame?*** la nreferrftd bv many farmers.    All hi****1 grade material,   excellently  made.    Triple  stitched   traces  made  of  three-ply  stock  I   1-2  Inchps   wide.    Hames   are   concord   bolt   pattern.    Collars   open   top,   leather  or cloth faced.    Open bridles if desired.  37  N   8.���������Team  Set,   without  collars,  $31.50.-   With  collaifl S36.50.  s7   N  9.���������Sams  Set,   but   with 1   3-4   inch  traces,   1   3-4   inch  pole  strap  and  martingales,   and 1  Inch back and hip strap,   v/ithout collars    $33.00.    With  collars   $38.00.  Shipping weight 100 ibs at first class rate  EJOffi^S-iWG WHITE  TO  One of our heat  sellers and  ������u*!iarnesa  that etve������������ poiendid  satisfaction on  the farm:    Splendid  quality  material  throughouf  Traces 6 1-2 feet-long, three ply heafvy stock 1 1-2 indies wide.    Martingales  and Breast Straps 1 1-2 inches.    Heavy concord bolt hames: open ton collara.  leather or cloth facings: bridle open If desired.  37 N 1.���������Team Set without collars, $26.75.    With collars $31.75.  37 N 3.���������Same Set but wlth_l 3-4 inch traces, breast atrays an<3 martin-rales  without   collars.   $30.75.    With collars.  $35 75.  Shipping weight 100, Ib������ at first clasb   rate.  I  m  !  ____Vil���������" _l ���������   ���������".W ^ajf" * ~J���������~* 'TlTtf*^l_���������ll_���������_T^tnc^xiW^'mw  --    -     - - ������j2,j -  37 N 417.��������� Splendid quality Blanket 80 inches long, fully  lined.?with webb attachments same as illustration. Each  S2.75. ' .      ���������      .  37 N 413.-  32.45.  -Same Blanket but without attachments. Bach  _  I  Bridle���������5-8 Inch box loops ,  scrolled blinds, overdraw checks.  Lines���������7-8 x 1-lnch. black fronts  and, russet nand parts. Breast  Collar���������Single strap, felt-lined,  v Traces���������Sing'.? mrar.i 11-4 inch,  doubled and uUtched at bolh  ends. Saddle���������Flexible full padded patent leather skirts, leather lined. Shaft Tugs ��������� 1 inch,  'with    billet. Ssliy    Band -���������  Single    strap    1  1-4   vinch    Inside, and 1 inch outside. Breech.  Ing���������l  1-2  inch  body:   7-8  inch  side     straps:     5-8     inch     hip ^  strap.      Trimmings ���������  Nickel  Shipping weight 22 lbs., at first  class rate.  37P105. Harness as des- *j������% aa  .      . .     m*m.*0*0  SINGLE STRAP DRIVING HARNESS  1 AA  ������.UU  KJ? %jM. 'iJrA-  _J?tS,,-������&  n mTm    a a _ _ i������o &\a <a.  tiKJ'U. Zj a>^-L J5  These cutters are very popular and are very special value at our prices.    They are   handsome   in   appearance, well  upholstered and the general strength and good quality of the stock insures long service.  The annual report of the Depart-  ���������ment-/of railway and telephones for  the Province of Saskatchewan shows  ���������that during the past three years tho  Grand Trunk has increased Its milo-  .age ln that province by 375 miles.  ���������aU  Insist on  this  trademark  on all your  records  radomark  The One  Ideal Gift  for all the family  for , all the year  around is a        '  Columbia Graf onola  Ask yout nearest Columbia  dealer to play you the special  Xmas Columbia Records. (Fit  any machine.)     ..���������' .  Columbia Phonograph Company  MoKlnnon Building, Toronto, Oot.  Territory Open to Dealers  ,401 Caliber  Self Loadmg  Rffie  This is the latest and most powerful rifle of the so-called automatic  type. It has more power than the  .30 Army'rifle..   This power,- com-  ... . _ .a  ���������i.i.   :������._   ���������.-.-._...-ii.-.-,    ���������������,������%*.4*i������.  DIUCU      VYlAAl      Ali������      UAA^AJAA������UAA.U       . ^^.W-J.  of fire, makes it exceptionally effective for hunting big-game. 'It is  simple in construction and operation and all its metal parts are  made of Nickel Steel. The name  "Winchester " on it guarantees it  to be satisfactory in every way.  Send postal, for illustrated "catalog.  WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO.,  NEW HAVEN. CONN.  WiTHSHAFTS  The Suga.* Ttust  A sharp boy walked into a grocer's  shop.   ,  Please sir, he said to the proprietor,  mother told me to ask you whether  there is such a thing as a sugar trust?  ���������Of course there Is, was the answer.  Well? then, mother wants to be  trusted for iwo pounds.  WITH SHAFTS  ���������$27 ������fi  This is a very popular neat and durable Cutter, made of selected mock, well  ironed and finished, 'lhe seat has high, comfortable spring back and spring  cushion, upholstered In plush. Cutter has nickel-mounted dash and arm rails,  channel shoes, shifting shafts. Body black, nicely ornamented; gear red or  green, nicely striped. Shipping weight 270 lbs. Red gear goes with red trimming. When ordering state whether red or green trimming ts -desired and givo  your choice of green or red plush upholstering. ��������� *���������  Limbs Broken Eleven Times  At Dover, England, a ��������� boy who is  named Carllng, aged 14, has Just brolc  en his"left arm for tlio soventh tlmo.  His right arm hns been broken twice,  and his light leg twlco.  37N11.   Cutter     as above  complete -vlth shafts....  37N12. Cutter, with pole, but  no   shafts...   32.50  37.25  4T  37N13. Cutter,   with  polu and shafts  ..  both  41.25  A very special value at bui' price. It is built of good materials strongly put  together, has shifting shafts? nlckle mountings and a first-onus* nnish. The  seat has solid spring; back and spring cushion, upholatored in plush,, bony  painted black, nicely ornamented. Gear red or green, nicely striped. Shipping weight 260 lbs. Red trimming goes with rod gear. When --uenng pleatfo  state whether red or g.een trimming is desired, and whether red or ureen a a  hplsterlng is desired. -. ".������������������������������������      -..-������������������ ���������..-��������� ������������������ ���������"  27.50  Rubber Top  for above Cutter  Price  extra. .$12.00  37N14  weight  oO   lbs.  37IM15.   Cutter,   as   abovo,  complete, with shai>~  37N16. Cutter, with polo, but  without shafts    .  32.25  37N17.    Cutter,: with   both        0/������r������P  pole and shafts  .........v-    36.45  ^wef^hf1"^^ T*'������Lfor above But tor.  weight   eo   lbs.    Price  extra..$.2?od  I would novor marry a man I did  not lovo.      Novor. ���������   ' ,  But aupposo a real wealthy man  should propose?  Why, J should lovo him, of course.  Chnppnil Vudg  WoulBolber  Yoa  if innlrnil uf  ���������oan you use  SNAP* the  IL  original hand  cleaner.  SNAP contemn no lye or  dcldii, but glycerine aud  neutral  oil* which keep the ikin smooth  ?.T\'\ \x* mr.lmm.Atit0.r.t'i\\t%r\n  Try SNAP for ������ week and notice  tlie difference. 47  ^       1^1 tm\ m  I  was  cur<:d  of  painful  Goltro  by  MINARD'S   LINIMENT.  BAYARD  McMULLIN.  Chatham, Ont.  I was cured  of    Inflnmmatlon    by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  MRS.   W.  A.   JOHNSON.  ?WalBhrOnt.  I was cured of Pnclal Neuralgia by  MINARD'S   LINIMENT.  i, H.  UAIL)__.  1'arkdnlo, Ont.  I  WINNIPEG  ___Tfj_\_ C-l^  B>      wL 'a      yBBUr     mm      ymi.        ^^j*^      LBRSi^T|^|8j''  CANADA  S-8S-S  sss  Ortl.r from your tlMl.r to-dty.   ������������������. soupim*.  Ring the Bell  A truo talo io told of an old country farmor who had attained prosperity. Having built himself a now  houso, ho doolarod that it was not  going to ho a moro plucc to llvo In,  but wan --iii*.;,l(> havo uii liio frlllu.  Anyway, ho had an eloctrlo boll flt-  tod, then a distinct novelty to tho  neighborhood.  Ono Sunday afternoon Joe Drlggp,  a neighbor, called. It wuh hot weu-  thor, and all the windows woro opon,  but the front door was shut. Joo  knocked timidly, but tho farmer took  110 hood. .Too knoo.koil again IiuhW.  fltlll ho reply.     Joo grew rostlvo and  lm^#.1r4..l    nw^ln    MfAft^    #rt*������4.4. UMH    t\,m  owner of tho mansion remained (ran-  aisll. '  Jno ntnort pm.'/.loii nnd offondod, for  ho know tho folks woro at homo.  Once uoro 'io tried -a luud, conllnui'l  knock that rennunded ovor tho entire  place, whereupon  the nettled ownor  . . . ������   .        .. v-^ . ,, , ... . .  JL.lll.tA. AAI.1H     Al.Ai     UWII      14i;44,    t.UtlA-UUIJ  j  yo.     Don't ye know nothln'?  CENTRAL TELEGRAPH AND RAIL.  ROAD SCHOOL  This achool ls located In Toronto  and does muoh each year to supply  tho active demand for Telegraph operators wanted by our Canadian railways. A successful record of fifteen  years and hundreds of officials and  operators ln active railway service today Is tho best guamntoo of the reliability of this well known school.  The hook "Guided by the Key" ex-  plulnt- the work fully. Wrlto for lt.  Addross W. H. Shaw, Prosldont, Toronto.  MALE HEL? WANTED  WOULD yOU LIKE TO LBJAIIN TUB  stock broking buBlnonn? I want a live  ambitious representative in every oity  and town to handle stocks, bonds and  inortguut'H; applicant muut furnish refcr-  .-ik-.-m titi.i Iiiav.. fi.MH ;inn t.-. sr.on p.-1-..on-  nl capital. Write or call. Athol Uoorgo  Tloliertson.   158   Colborno  street.   Toronto.  W.   N.  U.  020  Tn 12R2 l->nd pipe began to bo used  for carrying wator.  On the Piano  Jack London, .when on  n vtalt to  .Now York, was Introduced to a musician In one cf tho popular Broadway  CllfOB.  I am a mujlclan ln a small way, said  London. My musical talont was  oni'.t lint I'limni". of Ravine mv llfo.  Tho musician waa at onco vory much  Intorostod.  How Ih thar? hn uskod.  Thore was a great flood in tho  town of my boyhood, explained London. Whon tho wator struck our  1:011111*   my   luiuui   koI   uut   ou   u.   u%m  ....  A     Af\f\lf\f*     ...til,     t\,.\     mtmnfltw     lintl]     Vt rt  wai; rescued.  And you? queried tho musician.  Woll, smiled London.    I accompaa  t led him on tho piano.  MERCHANTS   SHIP   HAUNTED  Police Watchers on Board are Struck  by an Invisible Shovel  A startling ghost Btory comes from  Genoa.  A brlgantlno called the Speme, lying ln harbor horo, roported that tho  ship hnd boen invaded on Thursday  night by a turbulent troop of Internal  spirits, who forthwith proceeded to  demolish everything that waa breakable on bo,'..-.". Thoro wore only two  old mon, ovor 60, and a boy of 12  sle-oplng on the vessel at tho tlmo.  Thoy woro suddenly awakened, they  say, by a foarful clatter ot chains ln  tho hold, and i.ll tho pi at on and baslna  began to perform an occontrlc danco.  Before tho occupants wero able to  niicortaln what waa going on Uioy  woro noarly f-mothorod by an Ineom-  Inj*; Ptunract. nf o-viil.  Last night tho spirits wero again ln  the itHeenilant. Slgnor do Negri, a  Genooso nhlpbulldor, who owns tho  brlgantlno, sent posthaato for tho car-  abinlerl, but tho military polleo had  scarcely bognn thoir night watch,  loaded revolvers In hand, whon thoy  wero hit on the head with an Invisible nhovol.  Tho report adds that tlio spirits  mv.lnr.iTo.'l thrlr nmnlrn tnrliiy. In thn  proaonco of many witnentioo, nmashing  and overturning everything In tho vou-.  hoI from Btom to stern.  ifi^rti^mtW^  Vou can mine " fall" nltts and have them line nnd fat for.  the May market.   AU you need it a little extra, cara and  ').  "international STOOK FOOD."  i^' Pood '-INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD" with a cbmbink-  l_5_ *^on ������*'K'roun,*l corn, oats and rye���������ancLtliey will not only Icccp  r \ healthy, but also fatten up in a way to astonish your neighbors.  ���������^Tho average pig* doe-i not dl������*:e������t mors thftn half of Uio grain leu.  The other half H v/nstcd. " INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD"  tones up the digestive apparatus, insures perfect digestion, and thus  ���������aves this waste in grain. ��������������� INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD"  iu> a purely vegetable prepun-.tloi.--a, wonderful tonic���������-that keeps  hogs well and vigorous, nnd protects them against the  ravage* of Pneumonia anc? Cholera.    78  Mai* a mic4 profit oa your "faW pigs h f*������dint   "INTERNATIONAL  STOCK  FOOD."   Ott a pall to-day /rem war iiaUr. '  INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD CO.. LIMITED TORONTO  A Sure Way  I'vo dlacovorod- a  way  to  keep  a  fountain pen from leaking.  That so?     Lot mo in ploaao.  Forgot to put Ink ln lt.  ���������My hut-hand In a pesnl-  Mm. I-Toyle-  mlst.  itllii.     Mil) :'.-     x   uuti i      uuui,        int4A.Al  ^1,,,..4   h.a   iMtfnrfnl-   i/*4ir������ri1'4!   fit   mMI-  ctnos.  Chimneys hncamn a part of house  construction aa early aa 1236.  Mwglstriite���������Why did you hurl 11 hot  flatlron at your husbandT  Mrs. Hltt���������My motto always wai,  "StrlUo v/hlVd the Iron in hot,"  A nnnftv ot Tr������oh. Cnleuttn. In thn  BtmltB Bottlomentii, poured a quantity  of whisky Into his oyo������ ln order to  Inllamo them and so enable him to  procure a medical i/rilo. for a pouulou.  iazim  m  ri  1  ri  s  *J  Qettlng up     $  I am thlnKlng of getting myrtelf up  rogardloss of coat.  Indeed; I presumo that you are going to mako your tailor rich.  .I..LI������.  lo  buy  ono ot thoso now  live-dollar  alarm clocks.  In    a    recent    census     of      Boy  {flcoutB'.taken {ov the dlonemn of l^on-  Al\*l     (.Srtttlll     .l^nl*     *>l-t4A4N4.     IA1A4A    tM^AWr     0.1*%....  nun' |>^lrocllla,. troops, numbering 2781  otncerH and boys.  Glaus window- wero first twod for  ,U������h������ lu 1U0,  Oi  MI|ftj!,l-:'.^(it-|l|ll,ll||lM'<ll'lllll1������lillA*|!l^lAm,"'4il '*.������*��������� l.W-1  - imi:*!<ti'inwu*ntiMtH'<'i(wmMi''^*^.|������������ti'(*-i'.MM<'^t^'V^^ IS?  i:;  pi'������������������'���������-'  ik till h  H.  ���������M  B*13  |5"5.  I'  Mti  m&.  1  iti  m  fl  ___lfi__.     _r m7    M9^BB9hh    _35^E^__  ^"V   /������^j-P   _" \. mf=%\t!afa M If  #~ft-#  F/GS R  TO  guarantee   them  strictly   fresh  We have the Goods and Quality and we want your Business  Hi Bob Dixon brought- a, "oat here lust  B J Saturday. He walked from Oreston  with it and says he hopes Wil never  have to lead another as long as he  lives.  1  roar  S  B-M-FE  nui  in.ir-.nr.i-r*  uk; wulu  Church Notices  Paul Hagen andGus Zozel were visitors to Creston Tuesday.  Douglas Butterfleld returned home on  Tuesday after an absence of 4 months.  He has been working Oft tho pialrit*  and at Fort Steele. He says there's no  place like hon.e especially when home |  I is in Creston Valley.  tSSL-L-IAKtUd AMU fWL,,  BATHS,   CiGARS,   CIGARETTES   AND  CON FECTIONS. RAZORS     GROUN D  i  SAM HAl HbLD,Pnqk (  METHODIST CHURCH  Services will be held every Sunday as  follows:  Morning  Evening   -  Sabbath School  You are "welcome to  11:00 a. m.  7:30 p. ni.  2:20 p. m.  tarry with us  Fred L, Carpenter  Pastor  ^LmZmmSKLml B 9     W  ' No Msow *t' T<  GOHsmnmoH--. b_ooj> disease.  mm.xt.mm.i. msm. <****" *aSii& ******,t������ ssm ���������-1  gone irom ray less and arms aad. I Seel  good now. I am very grateful to yoa  end shall sever forget the favor your  Saa������\aaCaaa6S u&ve Gone xor tne. xoo can  use say name in recom.metJu.ifig it to  any sufferer. I am going to get married soon.    Thanklnu yoi onco more.  iS_SS Two MO-i'iu  -������j*__o������ ___������.  -at'������ui Ifo. 1S7S5. Age 25. Single.  Indulged in Immoral baits 4 years. Deposit tn urine and drains at night.  Varicose Veins on both sides, pains in  back, weak sexually. He writes:���������"I  received your* letter of recent date and  Ss reply I am pleased to say that after  taking two months' treatment I would  consider myself completely cured, as t  have seen no sighs ot them coming  oacfe (one year).  tUE WOBX3> SEEMS D_F_BBENT.  S-Hent Ke. 10628, "I have not bad  ia regular Emission I don't know when  and am feeling fine. The world seems  altogether different to me and X thank  God for directing me to you. You have  been an honest, doctor with me."  T_ct _-������w u Caic". m  os*d v_���������oak wi���������tMB co���������sent  VAB2COSE VKESS CCSSC  CwmAlnn..    wAA^     ^A     WXm  vj...^.������v...^ a....... .... mm  ���������tatiea irwsi���������iciatJ���������-A_3 Si. oauamv. Im- mm  dulgsd in immoral habits several years. H  Varicose Veins on both aides���������pimples ���������  on the face. etc. After two months' j������  treatment oe *uii.tei aj. aoIaCWb:���������"Yuiat HI  weicoaie tetter to hand and am very ES  glad to say that X think myself cured. 33  My Varicose Veins have completely dis- B  appeared fcr <������Uite a ^rhllc and it s^ssas S  a cure. I work harder and feel less B  tired. X have no deal*, for that habit B  whatever and ix _ siay like this, which M  1 have every reason to believe I win. ������������  _ha__ins yoa Cor your kind attention.'- _a  etc g  Q-XS-X* 14 TpVSSiS 3K ������KB 3EGSTS. 3  Patient Xo. 1SS22. This patient <aged ���������  68) had a chronic case of Nervous De- _I  ility and Sexual Weakness and was run H  down in vigor and vitality^    After one H  month's  treatment   he  reports  as  foi- B  lows:���������"X am feeling very well.    I have g  gained i4 pounds in one aS20a"&ai. so th*xt ������5  I will have to congratulate you."   Later B  report:���������"X am beginning to feel more an  like   a   man.     I  fee>   my   condition   is Bj  getting better every ���������week.*"   His last ro- B  port:���������"Dear Doctors���������As I feel this is B  the last month's treatment that I will ���������  have  to  get.  X thought at  one time I  would  never  be  cured but  X yut confidence in you trom the start and yea  Iuive cured me."  JHURCH  Service every Sunday   at  11 a. ni.  and 7:30 p. ni.  Sabbuth School at 2*30 p. in.  Adult Bible Class at close of evening service.  W. G. BXaAKB  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  Christ Church  Dec 22fch   (4rd Snndav Advents  Matins Holy Communion 11 a. m-  Erickson School Honse 3 ?. ia  Sunday School 3 p. m.  Christmas Carrols and Address 7 p. m.  Dec. 25 (Christmas Day)  Holy Communion & a, m;  Matins, Holy Communion 11 a. m,  Philip O. Hayman   (Vicar)  Don't forget tho Social Club's Xttios  tree and dnnce to be held at Paul Ha-  gen's on Thursday, Dec. 20th.   A big  ei'OWU is t'Xjit'uit'u itiiu <*������i tlio Sudiuucr-o  of the club aro busy preparing to en-  t������H-t&in everybody that eoines. The  Misses Annie Johnson and Phoebe  Butterfleld ^and. Frank May, and T.  Butterfleld are presenting a comic dialogue entitled, Arabella's poor relations. Mr. Sparkes, Anna Hagen, Hatty Johnson are presenting a dialogue  entitled The train to Morcan. Comic  songs and recitations etc., are promised by other members of 'the club.  Matt Hagen was a visitor to town  Wednesday,  Don't forget the club dance oh Saturday, Dec, 2i. P. Ja May Is floor  manager.  ;.   Everyone wants a picture of the members of the  Government of  Canada.   The *-He Wb~ Advertiser" has had prepared for the^exclusive  use of ita readers in this provinoa a large engraved plate of   fit.  Bon  B.L, Borden and his Ministers.  ���������The group ia redrawn from the latest photographe of the eighteen  Ministers, who compose the advisers of His Sojel Highness the . Governor-General. Ic is printed in sepia on heavy board ready for framing  and will he of the greatest educational value in the -home, the iohoo  and the library,   n ,  The Prime Minister, HON, E.L.BGRDKN, occupies a central potii-  ^iou, and is shown standing at tho head of the Council Table. Seated  about him are hia colleagues.  Dimly in the background the features of Sir John Macdonald look  down on hie successors.  ...������������������i..      ������������������ ��������� ���������_���������_.������������������. ,.      , .,-��������������������������� j  _     j.    .-   .       --.-.nam-        i      i        b.i������hu_ .���������  _  n . ��������� n���������  i -    n - 1  -       ~ "   How to Obtain the Picture  Thia fine engraving, of whioh a limited number have been prepared, will be sent  FR1I OF'CBflAI-GE ..  to sew BnbHoribera. or to old subscribers, who renew their subscriptions  fop one year (13 00.)  For ont of town subscribers the piotnre will be tubed and postage  . prSpAAAVA.  v       Noa-Bubsoribers may. obtain copies on paymefet   of  60 cents,  mailaui wu' ceafes e_ijfa for tubing and postage.  Applications and remittaac-ts (cash sniBt acuO_ii������e_>y  If  1  I  \*t*   -jjfW-M-ifljft   ���������_%  V*������*<!?������/������  The Circulation Manager  * * News-Advertiser ������*f Yaricoii ver9BeGa  JIT TREE,  ORNAriENTALS  M  CURBS QUARANTEBD OR NO PAY  ..We treat ���������__ ������ur. VARICOSE VEINS. NERVOUS DEB-JTY. '.BLOOD AND  UIUNARY COMPLAINT-, KIDNEY AND BLADDER DISEASES and aU DbsaMS  use tiller to bmuh.  ^YCONSULTATION FREE. BOOKS FREE. If bhU* to ������n write for m Question  :p_-k for Homo Treatment.  ' _B_8_Da>_4l_" _Tf'B_"* IS* All le������*o������������ from Cenada most _e -Jdrecaed to our Caa.  B^^V    B^l^^ B B*j_������Ea a-_an Cagfeapendenee Dep_rtment as fallows i  ��������� mnB    mmmmaamaaammma   drs. Kennedy & Kennedy. Windsor, ont.  'Diis.KEMil EDY ������&&eHI8EDY  Cor. Michigan Ay������. and Griswold St.* Detroit, Mich.  Land Notice  The Riverside Nurserles  Comprising 125 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.  ippiirrfffes pb&ghqb  \m^0aSBSS&*   Armm    m    BmBmt    B mmBmaBmaB&       gigagmjamBQm^  GUARANTEED HOME GROWN  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Eat������bit*;.o<i I COO ������>y V,\* KON. SmARTSM SURREL-  Mlnlstor of Agrlculturo  ALL ���������TOOKDB-IVBREDTO YOUR RANOH AT OATA LOO UE PRICES  For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V, JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  _____________________________________________ ,_.|        ,.,,..,.,..,       .!,���������    .,      1.     _m..AMi���������_,..-   ,u      ^.     f...      .    .     f    ..   ,     ....    M|| ________^���������^���������.-���������-���������^���������  THE CANADIAN BANE  OT COMMERCE  maaaammaaaaaammmamammmaiaammmKmmi  CAPITAL. $15,000,000 REST. $12,500,000  *mmm**mmmaammmmmtmmmammmm*mmmmm  AVJk V/A1 Mm*   M. \mT JLMk Mmt> JL* JX%. VJ������  loaned by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting: small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge nt any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, arc issued at  tha following* rates:  %H amd tt-dur ������    3 cents  Over    tt and not exceeding *������10    O     "  ������������     IO      " " 30 IO     "  ������     ao      " "* KO IK     ���������������  REMITTANCES   ABROAD  ahtmXA Vo mod* by irtoono ol tmr HI������EC1AL FOkVUON DRAtnTB nnd MONRY  OAJOERa   laanad mrltkant 4il������f a* r������*������<m������bl������ rat**.  D������N!������rl   Pnwler.  ^iiaiiMirer Crc^iuu B.aiieBl  CTelson Land Distriot.   DiBtriot of West  Kootenay  Take notioe that Levi Bent of the  Oity of Cranbrook, occupation a laborer,  intends to apply for permission to purr  chase the following described lands:���������:  Commencing at a pogt planted 30 feet  distant in a Westerly direction from the  North West post of Mannerio _ Lot.  Thence North 20 choinB; thence West  20 (ohains; thence South 20 chains;  thence East 20 ohains containing forty  acres more or less.  Levi Bent,  Applicant.  Dated October 1, 1912.  FOR SALE  -t  R. Stewart ranch, Block 134 Kootenay Valley, containing 10 acres all  fenced in, 2 acres cleaved, 120 fruit  trees, good number bearing next season, small framed house, stable and  pigstie, excellent situation for stock  raiser and poultry man or truck farming. I have also number bf lots, in,  Villa Park, Washington, D. 0., money  makers, for sale. Particulars, R. Stewart, Box 41v Creston, B. C.  0*m*-  ���������ma  Uuiuui- uuui   Luilllu  VERNON, B. G.  -HE   SJrnSR   U$m\������  ���������  ^  ^  ^  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name. We carry all the leading varieties siosi  suited to this district. Our specialty is budded stock  on three-year-old whole roots, -  ���������  For further particulars apply to oiir local Ageut.  ��������� 3. Balnea, -Bbx'ad,.. Creston, B.C.  ���������  ���������  W. K. Brown was appointed to the  secretaryship of the Frnit Growers* Union nt a mooting of the directors Inst  week. Ho takes the place vacated by  'tfrnnk Staples.  A Ray of Light  Dear   brothers, farmers and fruitgrowers:���������  ���������Have you seen the latest news from  Ottawa? They are going to put a  patch on our financial coat, which has  a rip in the back and is so short, that  it only reaches six inches below "our  armpits! Truly wo are very thankful  for this patch, it will keep out some of  the draught.  But say! What do you think if we  send in a pattern for a new coat entirely? Broad enough and long enough  *-o cover the main trunk of our body.  O. J. Wigen.  ioa  Guy Lowonberg is building a large  hot honse on his ranoh.  II. Lauiont haa started ozcavatin*** for  his office building.  L. Perkins of tho local branch ot tlio  Canadian Bank of Oommoroo returned  from Coleman, Alta, limt. Friday, where  ho hue ixion lapi/wling part of bin loixvc of  absence.  Obituary-���������Truscott  Mrs. M. Young made a buBinoss trip  to Kit-honor, Monday,  Mr. nml Mm. ,T. ,T. Cradv of Oudou,  Alta., arrived in Oreston last Saturday.  Mr. Grally reports that hla part of Alberta In hoomlug and that hia -ucluciiu  Mi*.������U* Mit) jyiUSaMMriMg,  On Taosdhy, George Lewis Trn _ott,  late of ftlaokfoot, Albertn, nnd father of  Peroy Trnsoott, of Oroston, possed away  at tho bro of 08. Ho wan bnrn In Corn-  wall, England. Twenty-five years of  his life was spent iu tho English navy  Por tho pant nlno years ho has lived in  Canada at Blackfoot except for tb������> last  iuw weeks iu Ciestan.  Mr. Truocott lwiroB a "wife nnd nlnw  children, all living in Canada. Will-  Ham Trofloott of Blackfoot arrived Wednesday to attend the faneral norviooN.  The burial taok place today.  -All tusKftfl In Stanflold _ nndorwoar  a tthe Oreston Mercantile Co.  W. Holmes mado a trip to Lethbridge  ������last w<k������m������  ���������������!)���������* as  Creston /Mercantile  COftipanp ltd*t  WteU$ to t-ffltlt their  many friends and cu$*  tomers for Mr valued  patronaae during tbe  past yvM^t and to taEse  this opportunity to wish  tbem one and all a tDcrv  MlllW xmHS and  m%M$Vl and ipros-  >������4___j____A,       4-ffi"BsPfffff*        &--T1-&_ fife  V<civiid   mjQVW   z^zan  i  ii  tW  f'lmmWBm*  __-���������

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