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 MHHalKMXH  11  il  ipii  iW?#j??YY?'  a'ff^f'.^M :.-:'. :���������:.':,  ': <:;.;'i:.:;  S*??;?  ���������tititiW.  A,;';vi':'?>V.."'  Aii D.nHa ir������ Pn������t ������nd West Kootenav Lead to Crestoji  <7  s All Tmb kcwoB  S of tGe CRESTON I  f        DISTRICT      *  ??B^l"T_^:?--f-:?^  KtiMmM^:  w  l   i ���������  wiv-&*������]ij|gitf^  &M I.-.rw.f *������.������*"*a>*^* .'-:.mrma "B������������.iWS������?S;iI-;  :;:t.'-'-i'!!--;t:-i'(������^i-^-^_^  ���������"...., :'i-; ���������;!.'���������:;. 'i.-'v**",*? ���������^*������.*ft������������W3:j!sr^f|H������;|;';   *S '���������#' '-'������������������^;#r^i!|_?'irV^_-\.?������&^^^  mf- ��������� ���������' \i.$M&Wl&-GAhmal&GQ?A^  JT y .ti :��������� Wti^Ztie^KJ^i^j^itijHmi.:titi~2teS&&tilM  Ho  v*  ���������*d>  A-**"-  V_4l>.  CRESTON, B.C,   E&1DAY    NOV. 29,   1912%  G-i*"������T/*A*r is*-  W^4A4.-������**4Uf^������  iJiiHT  nnim 5  in   f'UiiliJ-L  UBSfliiyiL  ��������� a  OWE  iy mtwi APT  BUI II8U8I mil  B Says Act Ss Loosely Con-  m structed  Regarding  LB  g& urading  To Fruit Shippers of British Columbia:  The members of the executive of the  B. C. P. G. A.f in a, -recent meeting,  K'i came unanimously to the conclusion  < that, in respect to the definition of the  Bg varions graded of fruit, especially as  __f to size aud color, and in respect to' the  S -marks required, viz., "Fancy,' 'No.jT,  !_| and "No. 2,* the act as it at present  ggf stands is very defective. It is under-  258 stood that tnis is also' the opinion of  many of our priuclpal shippers, es-  ��������� pecially.in view of the stiff competition of the present year, and is the  view also of both the past and present  Market commissioners, who have had  opportunity to observe conditions in  the markets.  The Executive, with a view to furnishing a basis for discussion, adopted  *._*** fnllowin- resolution:���������  S������cvcd iby Mr. Ei5ston; seconds^, \x*  Mr. Palmer,  "That the Inspection & Sale Act  acts prejudically to the interests of  the fruit growers of British Columbia  in th*?������_ Co*_p^titSon, -with the Ameri *  .. f.^.   . t  can growers, mainly from two sources  HERE and THERE  ^____t__-_>  The train from Kootenay Landing  was wrecked Monday morning when it  ran into a switch between Seven Persons  and Bullshead. Engineer James Cain  ane fireman H. H. Fowler were scalded  to death. Seventeen of the passengers  were more or less injured.  C. "W. Young, chief of police of Kelson, was Monday dismissed by the oity  board and the place declared vacant on  December 1. Applications for the place  are being received until Saturday at 5  o'clock.  The Roy**! Gaorsre whioh ran on the  rocks several weeks ago, was floated at  high tide last Saturday,  Totto Kahn, the aviator who is now  constructing a 1000 horse poe?6r areo-  plane with whioh he expects to fly across  **  the Atlantic in SO hours will probably  cross a greater gulf and in much less  timo when the attempt ia made.  At Chiliwacfc there is and apple ieee  now in blossom. Here to fore the tree  has borne the usual amount of fruit and  at the usual time of the year.  B  _B__^___ 1  O.O. S., SIGNAFIES OBANBBOOK  OO-OPSRATIVE STOBES.  Mr.  and Mrs.    Dr. Primrose Weill  spent the first of the week at Fernie.  -V-f&������-gS9_-.  SELLS-Watts Writes to the  *r.*% "8*8 t*r* i ss* Ol  Leonard���������'Lippzer  44-^i���������������B   ������������   ���������mj  4-A���������_   _ _._    ���������������*"  mmmmmffmrn  have arrived.  j_.   mir'm���������m TS-X.  Creston Mercantile Oo.  After the flsst of January,   Creston  townsite lots will advance 25 percent.  ���������Pedigreed Airdale pups for sale. J.  _i. Hayden.  Miss Lament returned yesterday from  Harry Leonard, of Creston, and Delia  Lippzer   of New  York were married  ���������*������    ���������*  last Saturday night at 8 o'clock in the  *.������  ���������J^**.**'*/*^ ,. ,'V*   >  VMV    'y*yiaWM,     .   ������*yw������| -        '"r'f*.-*. ���������*��������� *  Blake preformed the ceremony. Mrs. J.  S.^ Moran, was bridesmaid, and Mr.  JYB. Moran was best man. After the  ceremony a supper was served at. the  hotel to a few friends.  Mr. Leouard ha; been in the painting  *" l    c  and decorating business in Creston for  t-bo *n������j*t two years, and in that' short  time has made many friends who join  [ iu winning hiiu n  most uSppy   neuued  life.  The Board of Railway Commissioners will meet in the West shortly, and  many grevh3nce8 will be presented"  from this district. Several of these  have been prepared hy A. E. Watts.  lumberman, of Wattsburg, who  charges discrimina*cion iu furi-S_;..������  ueighboring firms with 440 cars in  sixty days, while his Sim received  but fourty. He charges it a spiteful  attempt on the part of the railway  company, i������ ruin hi������n-  ita influence in preventing the Canadian  Pacific railway company froni obtaining  a farther extension of time for the com*  pletion of the B. O. Southern railway,  now known as the Grew. jms������s 5*^^?  railway: the said company haV/ing oW'  talned extensions of time from Parliament in the p^st when' they were not  entitled to the same.  tt 4iuon x V/F.iijuido \iixo   mtxaj   *t*g**m*x-  <.  ces perpetrated by this mighty corpora^  ticn. I duly appreciate the great things  they have accomplished is the* develop*  ment of the vast resources cf ths Do������  minion of Canndh, bnfc at the game titaa  j   XX    nCWAP   ...ll    WA4,     *jjf  ,tXXX&Mm  ���������Stanfields usdeswear at the Oreston  IMQIVtUlUie,  Bd. Mallandaine of Windermere,  B.  C., was in town Sunday and Monday.  Giving evidence before the DouiinioDB'  royal commission, which concluded its  sittings last Thursday, Sari Givey uTgsd  that the poor children of Britain should  be sent to Canada or to the other British  #������������.���������_-m*"..-em:-- ���������     ���������e. A-������_������_t_.__t- J_ ���������������TIS^-.  ���������j. lie \j.\j, a. u������. ymuuitiva, xo Doniug  Iron Beds with mattress aud spring for  ~Wanted a fresh mi|ch oow.     W. H.  Semp, Erickson. I5-2i~  ��������� ���������All sizes in Stanfield's underwear  at the Creston Mercantile Co.  ������whrist Church Bazaar  To Be Held Wednesday  Hra. Dr. Henderson returned yester- j    *j*"he Christmas Bazaar to be held no  *3ay fseni s trip to _po\y������n^. | g*r jj... ?;a2pices of *h*> Ohsi*������t' Ob-rKTsh  I parish Guild on Wednesday, the 4th of  ���������Latest styles in   photos  next to Gkurage.  Studio  ������.,   ine  yfOViiiaf������ Ot. iiuc jomv -������5   SO   lOOSS  that it is impossible -otc ^nippero^w  1 "     "* "* Ti*  know what standard may oe d������mand-  _d the interpretation of the act lying  With each individual inspector.  2 Tihe classification of fruit as 'Fancy'.  *_fo. r and No^ _,'  is detrimental to  ~-s���������.   -.��������� *._������ : ..   ������.;.t-   x%.~,   a ���������.a^Sm  45mC*4l, JIXX   *.XfXXX^Jtl,X AOAAAA       N.VU    v������*w    mm mmm..  can   corresponding * classification   of  'Extra Fancy,* 'Fancy'  and  "Choice.*  ' 'That, therefore, it be recommended that the Act be Amended in regard  to  these  two particulars, and that,  pending i such  amendment,   definite  grading  and packing rules, such as  are issued,  by   the   Yakima   Valley  Fruit Growers' Association, be adopted   and   issued   to , Inspectors   and  ���������growers, as defining what will be de-  toanded under the act."  The grading of the Yakima Valley  Fruit Growns8 Association may be obtained from them at North Yakima,  anuui-iiibO to bo found reproduced  on Page 87 of last September's number of "Better Fruit."  Our executive respeatfally requoMttt  of you that you submit your views on  this very important mattter. addressed  to the office of the eccrotary at Victoria, B. C.  Our executive is of the opinion that  may popalblo changes which may bo  made to facltllltato tho marketing ot  our fruit under pieauuL competition  ���������should bo made with an little delay as  jpoHBlhlo.    On tho othor hand, thoro  wiay, bo cowaldprahlo of dlfforcnco of  opinion as to  just what is most required in respect to tlio above matters  and wo carncatly, ������,wk lot an exprca-  alon of your opinion, if possible with  your recommcndatlonfl, at your oarll-  ���������ost cnnyonlerice.  Trusting  that  wo may have youi:  ���������cooperation, .  1*   M. WhtMlnu*. Keeretarv  Insofar as Canada was concerned he  I was satisfied they would .be well cared  for and. well placed.    He opposed the  *-*" . * **.������_'   5fe*^"  S&Ci������\i*i_^1������__i--  ���������_-.���������.--_.���������. a.   ~~J xX.m.m^X.m ������l>��������� TinmitiiOin  gUVOrillUDUV,   ���������������������������* U4U.BU4   mm.m   ���������-������������������������   .���������SAri  C^..a4������i.u.OAlT.  government would ba wis  the investment itself.  is  siakis  VJU*b'Ul3|$AO XXIXO     xx.xxv.rn  jjjjjJ������������rtOjjr,gtiS'.������    I.l,  pension future exprefudents of the Uni*  ted States with the sum ot f35,O0O annually. The grant is provided tor with  the idea of .enabling former executives  of the nation to devote their knowledge  gained in publia affairs to the pnblio  good free, from pecuniary oares. Wonder if the exprexies will be thinking  pf the public good or of the Carnegie  corporation's good  December in the Mercantile Hall,  will  be opened at two o'clock, so that those  who attend ossly in the afternoon will  The skating season waa' opened this I gee������j..g jiis most- desirable articles.     No  week.   The ice on the flats is -reported! goods have been sold or marked in. any  .i      * *^ -.  ~ " * - * ���������-^ra*!r to? Sn-*** tJlsroh���������SOT.  SO B&ftf- ftli f.ho38  who sat, en fiasd at the opening hour  wUi have air *aare-Jtiietedr ohoice -        ���������  Very rei5feo_able prices hare been affixed to everything and ths guild feel  certain that they1 are offering this yeax  an excellent collection of articles emmin-  eatty su.?table foi* Christmas gifts for  old and young.  Mr, Watts, in his letter to the com-1they ������we the **0������l* oZ 0ftnada. a d6fefc  .   . . . j *;hey sever attempt to renav for������__ ���������_���������������������  missioner-s, says in part: ��������� ' - -  ������������������Kindly   advise me by wire when  your board will sit in the West, and also whether you are prepared to hear  further applications, one of them being  that all railway companies throughout  Canada shall be called upon to sjnpply  strail box cars oiabouc the same capacity as those supplied in Europe and  Asia, that ii) to say from six to ten tons  There ii an urgent necessity for a lasge  number of small ca*_ of that kind. *%nd  there are many reasons why the railway  companies should be compellc- *o stip=  ply them, and there is no reason why  Canada   should not be  supplied with  small cars, when the same are in use in  ISarope and Asia.    Railway companies  are inclined to build bigger cars than  ever, tnereby assisting huge corporations  | combine!"; trusts and large wholesalers,  to the detriment of the small retailers,  sn������������ea\iion ux^^m*m-s*������>^ omr m^mmx ^^xy^ faV<^ wi,i_-.i_r  gration should be bore by the imperial  Creston. -Studio behind the bank.  " A special meeting of the Creston Fruit  and Produce Association will he held in  tho auditorium, Friday, December 6.  Tne buainest* is to elect delegates to the  i  B. O. Fruit Growers Central Association  which is to be held ln Victoria on January 6, 7, and 8.  the f-rmers and manufaetures.   This is  .!*������. %_rt*������n*,.������a! v^ioci���������ft jVi*. #;Va_   ** Xt���������nLOTdin*  k&*A9   j>.-������  ary difference in the'price the producer  VtY'K.-*    J������'      - --��������� - ... .  g^tr*fo*"hBi>good8?,a*ad:v.-tha_,w?^    *&**>  ny favors showered npon them in the  way of hundreds of millions of dollars  worth of lands having been fr**al*r *=p>������an  A-rA .nan.. **������- ii.- -..--__���������: ������* ���������,-lS^-- -v*  vv  rn******** f  +ms*   *o**v ���������*t*tm������-4>\ip **4** UMM4WM0  ������������������*���������*  cash they have extorted from the people  that Is to  say, the   tailing   prodactrs  throughout Canada/ who are the means  of supplying tl e sineWs of war, and ,  from whom all moneys are extracted to  make the multi-iniUionarea and rafh*ay  magnates and princes of frensledfi__nce  roili-g  is thei?  millioias,  is sSLzSmm  in--ry and arrogance, wcus*** i,he pssjS-  producer, the workman, the farmer, tha  fmis grower, a-adlest bsl sos le-sst she  poo*; Mawvan nt wood* all cfnttibn&s their  quota in snpport of tha n_������_ip_iat*3r-  *"?hiis *hs TiKtncsrsare s^iiH���������a jot m&nv.  existence.    Grain rois on the prairie^,  apples a_d other fruits by the mllliot-s  ������������       iS.,v.*.-������       wn*       ~\#s.        *���������*--_       Xm~^*,rm       ������������������_���������_{      *������*���������       _ %om%  ��������� VI       WUI      *V^"       ���������***      tWW       *(*���������***���������>*     amm**m      **.������������������������      ���������������������������������������  1 gr-t-._d, she lun>bei������tiRut  utter' nrduoti-  and laborous effort^ produce lunbet^  *i^ , <  and the venal railway coinpaaieS' ar_  ���������Buff Cochin Bantams for sale, $7.50  a trio.   Geo. Meade. 17-3t*  AlexEarle, western market commisb-  iouer of the Ontario agriculture department, who in visiting tho prairie cities  gathering   information   regardlug the  fruit trade, gives out the information  thac a  system of storage  houses will  likely be ttetabllahcd in all tho principal  centres ou tho prairies in whioh stocks  will bo kept and sold direct to the ro-  t.illorft or to ooiiRumera at a fixed price,  thus abolishing   the   middle-man.    It  looks as though it were tlmo   British  Columbia Fruit Growers' organizations  wore looking alivo.  The Vancouver cadets, who havo boon  toui'iuK AuuuuUii, uot cult for Lpmo .pot  Thursday.  Dorothy Davis Again  To Be Here  Bex Case caught a string of 80 nice  sized white fish in the Goat River last  week  ........      ...      . . i'  ���������Full lino of Mackinawa and socks  for the 'Luu*bw-3aok.' Tho Cash Store.  ���������Registered Yorkshire White Boar,.  Oak Lodge Duke of Agassiz���������86278, bred,  by the director of the experimental farm  Agassiz, B. C, is for service at Valley  Visw ranch.  ducts.  >������.AAmm     ���������������O ���������A������.AA_���������t<rU     IVUtJt  Mrs, Geo. Mead and Mrs. J. B. Moran  went to Vancouver, Tuesday.  ������������������ Just arrived,  another shipment ot  Jackson's Best Tea.   The Cash Store.  Divine Service at Christ Church will  commence at 7 p. m., instead of 7:80 p.  m., on Nov. 3rd and throughout the  winter months.   '������������������?.'  ���������Wg pay the freighc, and if you are  not satisfied with the values xeooived  from us, we will pay the froight baok  and rotund full amount of your pur.  chaso.   O. C. 8.  consumer has to pay for them.  "Further,11 wish to give nutice that  I shati call ihe board's uUeuiiuu to *v"e  fact that the Canadian Pacific railway  company has not fulfilled its promise*!  nor complied -with the command of the  board iu thematter of tho restoration of  the public roads and trails deptroj ed by  the company during and after the con--  struotion of their r illway: the officers  *  of the railway company having made a  \ solemn pledge to the late Mr. Justice  Mabee, chairman of the board that they  would comply with every request I made  to the board in this respeot several years] Indian MaS&aCre 3-  **Your board in-the paer uas earo-vd  the reparation of beuijr able to jirui^vii  I        ������  the weak, the opre _ed and il?^ "ttttprfr.'  lee ted.   The reputation won by the la<������ .  great president of the board' should be  carefully cherished and cultivated by  his BUCceESorB, then OfUiada may boast  of having reason to be proud of at lea&S  one impartial   tribunal in whioh thtt  people have the fullest con 'denc*.'*-"-  Trail News.  F. Lloyd representative of oroara eep-  arator company wob in town this week. \       ^   I    --70 inoh all llnon tabling   for  COa  I  WANTBD���������HouBehooper, placo near  town. For particulars, wrlto K. W.  onro Eovlow.  Mao Boyd spent Sunday in Kltohenor.  Mlas Dorothy Dat is will again appear  in Creston in tho interest ot Women  Suffrage. Sho will opoak at a publlo  nioetlng in tho Morcantilo Hall on Friday evening, Deoembor 0 and as ls hor  ������������������nl   ������"H������4iT,H������lr������n������   will  -For Salo���������Threo heavy young hor-  Hen.   Apply A'.B earo Bovlew.  i      .....  I   AAAAA4.M...  -���������������-Al-  Georgo Hoaldro'urned from a trip to  Nelson, Monday.  ���������8cnd for onr prices on furniture, wo  I nav tho froight.   O O. 8.  Very speolul at tho Moroantilo,  The Ladies Guild of Christ Cburoh,  Crouton, aro holding their annual Bazaar on WedueBday, Deoembor 4th.  ���������For quick Halo we are offering first  cIm-i npplo trees grafted on best French  Crab Appio root������, bent- tor orchf.rd planting at $12 por 100, Grand Fork-, B. 0.  Qrnnd ForkB Fruit 3c Nursery Co,  mm*mii****m,  ���������Jutt arrived, new ttock of rubber  boots and Bhoen.   A. Mirabelli.   ,,   ..  sinoe.  ''Further, I ehall ask the  board to  duly   consider   whether there, is any  possible method whereby they can pro-  teot tbe publlo interosts in the wn* ot  compelling   the   railway   company to  comply with tho iermu of their agree-  mentB with tho   Dominion and provincial governments, and to restrain the  government bf the province of British  Columbia   fiom paying tho Canadian  Paoiflo  railway   company the sum of  $1,600,000, or any other sum, Until tmoh  time as the railway oompany has coin-  plied with all the terms sot forth   ia  various agwo-iiionta aad acts of parliament relating to the grants of laud aud  subsidies or any othor kind of grants,  more especially the payment of tho $1,-  1600,00 to tho uild railway oompany. for  tho reason that the oompnny has failed  to comply with tho torms of tho ogreo  menu and did uot earn tho grant ot  four million unros ot land, a great quantity ot whioh thoy have sold and retained tho cash In their ooffors, novor having  earned tho rlj-ht <o retain the said moneys and uo right to have the oash returned for the lands in question, even  Year 1858 RccaSSed  mmm  - _���������,  n. -1 -v ���������, , ...���������*. boiu ordor at the clooo ot hor address.  ---LADIES,   call  at 'our-atoro and  Ab a result of her former ollorts hero, a  wv 4iv4,������, onr minnlv of McCalln pat- btanoh of thoPolitioal Equality Leogue  o^^���������....        1 ha������ boon formed.  Yale,  B. O.���������Au   old-timer of thia  town, in talking of thn good old; day*-, '  was persuaded to give his version.of  the Indian uhindupre o" Jt558,       ,:..:,  "It happened to May, '68.    A buuclt  of 25 of ub woro making our way dowa  the Frauor from tho upper country,  W������  were coming to tho gold.    Wonderful  stories of the placer stuff wore*ln tho air  Ut waa said too, that there vr*a������ plenty of  goll in the hills, where it was washed  out lu the spring floods into the Frauor,  The Indians resented the white ttiau  taking the gold.   They considered that  it belonged to thorn,   lt waa uot axi*  for minors to tvavol alone.   A party ot  two or throe, woo sure to lie attaoked.  But we thought the Indiana would uot  dave to molest 35 good rifles.  ���������'When we woro some dlntanoo abovo  China Bar an Indian woman one ���������vetting stole near our camp, and made a  signal tbat was recognised by om of  ourohapa. He jumped np and d-������p*>  poared in the noar shadow of the totre������t>  Soon after he oame back to ni and aaidt  ������.    . i.   ...   ... t T  M.1LU4. jmmmm mmmmm.m*.  rt    *  W. A. Peaao, whon in tbe omo������ laat  i Saturday roportod that roaen are still  I blooming ont ot doow at hia p^^" |  t  ������������  ...������  .0 At...  over oumnpplyot MoOalla pattenw j ait j Columbia  **��������� *-W���������**>*---���������   vhuvjj   m*������*  n_ld lauda to the government of British  _...,_. .t  .V.v.ll^l  ���������i *ntwu*4rM.  ���������Further, I shall ask tho board to w������  J-AjUOWU, WW ������������������������������������������ ������*������ **'* * Mm"* ******   *****  wm my Indian girl.   She h_a earn* to  at ever ao muoh risk to warn ma that ft  ||L^^.M  .....a  '<m xm ^-saHMnu  SWtiti-titititititiy  '^tititi-ti-ti   .::-..' ���������'*������������������'.���������  ���������*K.-%V---..-..,   J'. ,������������������.-.-  _ *-|#:-:���������':'-:���������'-:.-.'������������������'-���������',-������������������  P?;?;^:?;Yy?:y?  ���������-.������. (.ft>-,fc.'<-;*���������,<:  fSfe Creston  x&iH-dfr;  cftfefeTO-ii   b. c.  _,������*'  ���������>2������"  i  1  1  H.:'i_*^i>_i-.iB-������--^*������ #"_i  JKUJl-UOlJ-  .���������?'.:.<-.- "**'.-':  By'Arthur Applin  111  X      I  2 1  !  %Z  Ward, i-oek & Co., Limited  t-otiu'on,  Melbourne & Toronto,  5s ..-'���������'���������-"��������� '  -  m^  Fort Rous'-*, WlTiGiy_,*c. 5 cle-ar titled !ot_ ������rid some cash for Ufll'S or  Improve:! quarter or half section of western land.  30 Horse Power automobile and some clear title lots and cash for  good improved half section.  3 fully modern houses centrally situated in Winnipeg well rented for  western :and.  Write us for list of choice Winnipeg investments, also for booklet  Bn fortunts made ia Winnipeg real estate which will interest you.  MONUMENT TO WOMAN'PIONEER  1-,  OW ii, i-i'ki.  ������  22 Canada i-ife Bundling.  ������������>������ii,i|������eji,  Msn  (Continued)  Her hair was fair, but it had lost  the sh-aen of gold which it once possessed; it was like a gleam of pale  London suns-iine on a dismal day. Her  grey eyes w re intelligent, her mouth  a little too small, and her lips were  colorless. Neither her face nor her  figure gave any hint of her age, but  -G*tr denied youth'.'��������� -'Twenty-five'or  thirty-five���������no one but. her parents  knew, and no one but they xvould care.  At thirty she was passe and she knew  It, whilst otLer women, like full-blown  red roses found; themselves at forty  yss_s In the zenith of their beauty.  Mr.- Saintcbury looked at the leading article x . the Mail. . abjised the  Govern oie*at iii' a_ emotionless voice,  gianceti at his sold wait-h. and sniueii  the aroma of coffee.  It*- twenty-five minutes to eight, he  said warnms-jly. Are we not ready  for breakfast?-  Jnst rag.dy. rather, Ella replied. She  placed the chairs ready for her father  sad mother, esting'.iished ths spirit  lamp, and --elped che bacon. for  hi-rt-.elf she -vas content with a little  dry toast.  Yott:-_ght to eat more, Mr.-Salnts-  bnry said, looking at her more eriti  not. He smoothed his drooping  moustache nervously. How blind  woraea are, lie whispered. I knew he  would never marry Iris de Pontaigne.  You were the woman he wanted. Ella;     you    were     -he      woman���������why  /ll."!*,**    \.-4\i,    morw   Tnlvr.     ���������V. ���������?  He flung the question at her and  she started violently, and her pale  cheeks grew the color of roses. But  she had no reply ready, she was overwhelmed. She could hardly believe  her father had spoken, the father who  had never admitted the word love into his gloomy house, who had never  even discussed -the'.possibility of marriage with her. ���������  : You broke his heart, Ella,, he jerked  _\>t    ni'f>a������tTt tlv Sli'JT'-OS'?    hf*"   dO^B'H.'t  marry Miss do Pontaigne, what will  you do about it, eh?  Just then the train mercifully rattled into the station, and the 'father-  and daughter clambered into it aud  balanced themselves on the end of a  couple of sti-nps until the Temple Station was reached. Eiia hid hefseii  in the little.-'.room set ap-irt for her in  ���������Saintsbury.- office, a small gloomy  chamber about nine fe^t by six, with'  one small window looking out on to  He  found  it,  however.  Not the Jjasne  Time was when he had been an officer in a .rack regiment. But he  had fallen on evil days. Now he was  compelled by force of circumstances  to resign his coiamisnion, and enlist in  TtnrnlilA tii-l vjAto  ��������� ��������� ���������-���������***' *���������--   ��������� -"-  it, however, very hard to  forget his former position, and when  he was requested by a sergeant to hold  his horse he remarked  YEr-~you���������er���������forget, sergeant, that  I-1 once held his Majesty's commission.  The sergeant ; looked at him? in the  cold ami critical way that only a sergeant can.  .?Did .you,.-my son? he asked. Well,  you can just hold one of his Majesty's horses now.  A PHI for All Seasons .'���������-Winter and  summer in aay latitude, 'whether' In  torrid' zone   or.   Arctic   temperature,  Parm<?le*?'s Vegetable Pills can be de������  ������^-������,t-j . ^~_  f,trAlU.C14    ujjvja'i  ���������cally  than  he  had  done  for several! a blank wall.    She prepared her Rem   ��������� .������.������������������ -    T    .-i.^~-������-.     -V.trt!. rtIKAft        CTT.^������.?^  I  ^.-.^a_���������        1^.r-.-!������rt-?      a V. ������.���������.** ���������������-*������      ������,-r!      AflAVrtr  -weeks..     I don't think    office    work  At the end of this  someone  to  take  agrees with yon.  ���������week  I  shall' find  yo_. place, Ella.  rie gave what was intended to be  a kindly smile, but neither mother nor  daughter recognized it?     Mrs. Saintsbury  remarked  that  the  room  smelt,  very strongly of cigarette smoke, and  Ella  said  she  would  rather not  give  ap her work  .-   Perhaps I can find you  something  -isp to do, something more congenial, {     She saw a bronzed face and straight  Mr.  Saintsbury chuckled. m^ly tigure; she    heard   the   voice  He was in r- good "temper this mor-j-} which had once been as the sweetest  lag though obviously a little nervous j music echoing aeais in her ears. And  ������__ not quite it his ease. Usually a i dusty glass and bricks and mortar,  ��������� newspaper was balanced on the toast- j the rows of chimney pots, faded away  Yrack in front of him and he kept hist  eye glued to it until he had  finished I  ' ������- ���������A.- '.. ���������    .T������W ��������� ��������� ������*.%. *������~       A. ^       ���������..A       ....   t  ;  t7iritn.tani.. i ucu.     nunc    uc    jai.u   a*������*a-j  his  boots, YRHr- polished  his  silk hat  iUglOU... 'lOObcil       lUAlAlA������ill      ������141A  her letter book, then waited until h**x  father should summon her. She stared up at the little window, her hands  lying folded in her lap; she did not  see the dusty glass or the blank wall.  nor the faint gleam of sunshine just  touching the top row of bricks aud  mortar. Her heart was beating very  quickly beneath the cheap cotton  blouse, and the cheap West Kensihg-  tcn corsets. . ........   j  Farm Wom-m. win ���������Erect a    Pitting  Memorial to Her V^ho Blazed th������  Way **������������������ ~.h& Golden West  At the second annual session oi the  International Congress oi uarm "Women, held at Lethbridge the last  week of October, the keynote was the  betterment of country life, tho lessening of the burdens of the farmer's-wife  and mother, the adopllou of, methods  and devices ihat will conserve tha  wdman, and the improvement "i lhe  home, the country church and the rural community. The speakers numbered many men and women of note  Including Dr. John A. Wldstoe, Hon.  Martin Burrell, Mlrza All Kuli Kahn.  Mis?, Alice Raven-hill. Dr. Liberty H,  Bailey. Alexander Aaronsohn, Mrs.  John Harbert, Mrs. Alberta Kcpper,  Rev. Matthew Brown McNutt and  Prof.   Geo.   W.   Putnam.  The Congress elected Mrs. John  Harbert of Ma'nzanola, Colo., pros'.-  dent, and re-elected Mrs. John T,  Burns, secretary by acclamation. Ok-  vlahoina' City v,-as chosen as the next  'in'eeting plaoa. Y     '  Tho closing siaslon was marked b"  the decision to-raise'a.,.plohoe*r fund  with which to erect a - large.monum r.-l  In hronzo to the first farm woman of  the?golden rai-st. A niodet w.is  shown of a farm woman stand'.'ig ou  a doorstep  with  one ami" encircling  tiitj, ii������ck  Oi   iiiji-  uopeiiu  avb  uuu  IivT  eyes looking toward the sotting sun  across the.-groat prairie..'farm, depicting tho evening hour when tne husband nnd father, the pioneer and  ho iii������ builder, was dub to return from  his day's toil in Uio field.  The suggestion of tiliis paying tribute  to  the  noble woman who  first  i'j *v' . *"  Getting t^tlong  ' SpraUs���������Miss Elder is l-amca oldjsr  thaw I thought.       $.       t   "    ���������  , Hunker-���������Impodsib^.  Spratts���������Well, J*" asked her'If she  had read Aesop's Fables arid she said  she read then when they first came  out. , .    -  ..... I T,  nb*2j>0'rts from ths west state that  great excitoment reigns at Kitselas on  tlie line of the Grand Trunk Pacific  in British Columbia over rich finds of  ir������������> iniijiing gold b������������������,ring or*> rnnr hive  lately been discovered. That this ia  the real thing says the report, ia established beyond doubt; assays made  recently have run as high as $700 to  the ton and quantities of the ore are  to be found within a short distance of  the railroad. So far no groat amount  of work has bee done and It ia im-  probablp that active operations will  commence before the spring. Numbers  of niuims have bee i staked, however,  and omo company thinks that with the  railway facilities at hand thoy may be  able to m'ike a trial shipment in the  immediate-, future.  Query���������18   a    bride,    self-possessed  after her father gives her away?  -���������i-  No, Coi'il������iia, a dancing academy Is  not necessarily a hop joint.  No Chance  ''v ? *  I .1.   a  And what is your,occupation? ask'"  ed: the insurance agent,      '        ��������� '  I'm a -woodmais. uuTiiig th^ feaaiv-  !ng "season season I a_t as guide."  Oh, I'm sorry, hut my., company",  won't write a policy In your class.  Why net? Surely I'm,a good risk.  My dear sir, you're not a risk, you've*  & certainty.  Two  old  college chums  lost  aigtit-  of each other forbears.*-*- One days'-r  on^ of ���������ism, down oji his h!tick  von; *���������  of face and clothes, entered a cheap'.-  eating house and seated himself at s-  table. "*l      '      ' v >   v '  Yes sir? asked "the  shabby waiter*'!  briskly. . .^       .,    .-  Iheti the customer looked up and'  to his amazement recognized his old0*  chum.  Great Scott, man,'-he-   exclaimed.  Fancy  you   having  sunk   to  being n*-  walter and m a place like this. too.  The waiter turned up his ncs<**.  Yes, I'm a waiter, he1 replied aarcas--  tlcally but thank goodnesu 1 don't eat  here.  If yon make a remark, don't you enjoy having fiomecne say:' Is that so?''  If a man aad wlfp are one (t Is because they  are  tied   for   first  place.  v tor-iiF-   YOU������   GRAIN   TO  PETER JANSEN COMPANY  j bia'a'&ii the  way    across  ;������r������5:r.T*f  dyspeptic will find them a friend always and should carry them with, him  everywhere.    They ara made to with-  S^n^^^^^'^^W^ I P^lrles originated with Charles Ohris-  to keep their freshness *^^,^f^; | tadora of Point Lom.a, Calif., and the  young sculptor who had submitted  the model desired that his name bs  kept secret until, the accomplishment  of his great work  I  They do not grow stale, &'quality not  possessedv in. many pills now on tho  market?  I  Stranger���������Could you holp a poor  follow whose wife and childron arc  thlrstj-?  Jones���������Why are they thirsty ?  Stranger���������Why, we just got a case  of beer from a kind lady, but we ain't  .got. no naons-y to buy a corkscrew,  ���������>  Mtnard's   Liniment ?Cure*������   piphthert*-  and  ciiscioseu lhe iuo.-3  fu'I land of EI Eforado?  AlATAJA       ������7Af.  Owing to the rapid growth of business in the city    of   Edmonton    the  freight offices of the Grand Trunk-Pacific there have    become    inadequate  necessitating the move which has just  i������ ana ueauti-} heen acco-mplished to large and more  .pretentious quarters.    The old build-  t-Ati -^rA^K__- 1 ing will be devoted to the Grand Triuik  *and brushed his coat, and when the  ficloek struck eight-thirty    they    both  ?left the house for the city.      For Ella  -worked in-SaintsburyV.office, saving  '' him  the salary of a short-hand  typist.      She .herself uau suggested tak-  _ng this post soon. after her engagement had been broken off.  She had never discussed the subject with tvsr mother or father;, the  .'���������former had tried in vain .to hiake" her  daughter talk about the affair, her  lather had kept grimly silent on the  snbject, and for that reason perhaps  she respectea her father and preferred  his company to her mother's.  This morn'ng. as on every other,  they walked to the tube station in silence.. Mr. Saintsbury vulture-like,  ���������his fixed- on the ground; Ella, her  face towards the rising sua, her eye������  on the blue sky.  It's a love'y morning, she whispered  and a sigh escaped her lips.  The morning and the evening were  alike  to   Mr.   Saintsbury,   the   bei-;ln-  ���������nlng and ond of the day that was all;  Bim and moiiiishlno dl-t not exist for  ��������� him.      They did not speak until they  ������������������; were w.'tlklng up ond  down the plat-  ; form waltlm, for the train.  You haven't seen Mr. FranckB for  ���������nomc time, have you. Ella? he asked  suddenly wlMiout raising his oyos.  No. of course not.. A slight frown  cronsed the girl's face* nnd nstonish-  mmit. shone in her eyrs. Never l>e-  foro had her father said the unexpected. He's to be married tomorrow or  thn day after, Isn't he?  SsilntBhury chuckled, but nulc^ly  chocked the rlbuld laughter.     I think  B&BY LOVES  HIS  ringing, and taking up her note-ooo-;  she walked Into her father's private j  room. She was no longer his daugh-j  ter.  but just  part  of  the  machinery!  Cartage and. the various foremen for  Oeafnesr Cannot bo Cured  by local applications,    aa    they    cannot  f.* i.?������ ~4x-,���������A.  ..-.a T.--AH >,{e T.na_ -Snr-tAr*. I ������y   local  appucawons,     as    xney     cannoi  of his office: and w.un bis nose Durie_ j ^gj, the  aisease<j  portion  of  tlie  ear.  in papers and letters he croaked cor-' There is only one way to cure fieafness,   .~m*.mm.~~      mm.*  ;^o������-^,A4A*;jjTjc: tn tiar   \ and  that  ls  b.    constitutional  remedies.  -r* _ _ u  cr^Ti.   1*k������ ^*r������������ "kA^ l Deafness is ocused by an  isifianieu con-  Before he could finish, the office boy j ditSon or the n-ucous lining of the Euc-  knocked at the door and entered with! tachian Tube. When this tube Is ln-  a card which he handed to Mr. Salnts-j ^^e^e^ - ~~M*s: g^i^  bury. [ ly clcsed. Denln������*ss ls the result, and un-  A ladr savs she has very import- ��������� less the lnfla-nmatlon can be taken out  ^^f 'n������..in_c- TA-ni vr,n viva h������- fivpi and ttlis tube restored to Its normal con-  ant   Dusiness.   will   you  give   ber  nve. ditlon>hearing will be destroyed for ever;  x'  "   \  _ mcrcnenta WinniOft*}, NinniTobta   tc"  ^������ a-s_yl,attdUlto* p***- S'er*; Arthur mv Feri Wimajn.  Notify Peter Jteaifea    7}  vo.,  w uinipt****. - - \  l_l_������I.Jll     AlhlAM.. n .    mm.m Z ���������_..     M_^___ -1  T        .��������� - . .^vw r-,A4.,ipA    rciuina 'SST   S������^������SvS  m������Hn������������������mtani  S-__i-^-lfci������BB_--g-3^^  1 Advantages - and Saving bv Using.!  nine cases, out ot ten are caused by. Cat-  m.p^.Tf.it ot the card arrh. which is nothing but an Inflamed  peerec at cue cara.   oonaltlon of tV.e mucous surfaces.  W������- will sirs One Hundred Dollars for  any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)  that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh  Cure.       Send   ror  circulars.   fr*?a.  F. ... CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.  Sold by Drueslsts.  75c.  Take Hail's Family Pills for constipation.  30AP  WiT  a "in-:!  i  No other keeps the skin an ��������� sc.vlp  ���������so i-fedht'''ai.ifi cltsir, so sweet and  licsilUiyiJ. Used with Cuticura Ointment, it sootheri irritations which,  oflt'ri prevent s1cc|> anrl if neglected  l)_criBb*ci t-oli r o n i c disfi^urcment'i.  Tt*rnil'-.iiH ni mi.lh.r-; ii<sc \\\ew. nurc.  swocV'anVl *������*.*ntle emollients for  crc-ty Jf&rpo'-i   oi  the toilet, bath  riuKur* tt4A_(4 ������*,.1 Olr.irarM ������r,> ������unM lhrmttl������t*>*  clwi tmrttl.   A Iii44-r������l n.noiil't ol <mw h. wiili *������*l-������"i*i-  41 A. .   .    ..........    . *   . .. *  ������������. im, .,.-,.4  ���������nAtivMiit iMtnl-rrmt    A,1,1r.A-i 1'i.tlftV 11 nig * Cli*tiv.  W.N.U.    02������  minutes.  Mr. Sriintsburj  then laid it face downwards em the  desk. Yes, I'll see her, he stammered. He glanced out of the corners  of his eyes at. Ella. Is she waiting  in the outer office? Show her into Mr; I  Jones's room. . .      t  Mr. .jone's is G7igH.gi5iA i.Ai5re ������,r4���������i a i  ge-nt'eman, air. '  Saintsbury tugged at his drooping  moustache. Very well, tell her to  wait���������give her a newspaper to look  at.  He  commenced   to  dictate  another  letter to   his  daughter,  broke  off   In  the middle of it. and  dismissed her,  telling her to hurry with  her work.  As she left the room he rose and followed her to v.he door.    As Ella passed through the outer office she glanced  casually at tho client who was waiting.      At the same moment Iris de  Fontnigne looked up ahd the eyes of  tho two girls met;  re-cognltion flashed   between   them   though   they  had  never spoken, never been introduced.  Ella hesitated a moment.      Iris rose  to her feet.    , Then Mr. Salntsbury's  voice rolled harshly from his private  offico.  Will you come this way, please?  Ella started gullllly and passed  on to her own Uttlo room, and sitting  down before tho typewriter prepared  to transcribe the morning's correspondence. But her fingers trembled  as she rattled the keys, and again and  again she was forced .to peer more  closely nt the Illusive stenography;  once or twice to her consternation  she found her hands lying idle on her  lap whllo she stared again at tho  blank stone wall through tho dusty  windows. wontinually tho at range  words her father had uttered to her  on the station platform echoed ln her  ears;  You broke his heart, Ella. Suppose  he don't marry M|pb do Fontalgno.  what will you do about It?  They hog.in to seem prophetic,  ihor.o words; horo was MIrh de Fontalgno herself, who novor boforo had  oiitered her father's ofllco. Presently  j-**',, ,.04,r, ���������nd opened tho door ot hor  room a few Inches and llstinod. She  wanted lo soo Jimmy FrimckB* future  wlfo again; ������he wanted to speak to  her; then* wan womolhlng moro than  mirloBlty that Impolled this desire.  Hor worlc proceeded very Hlowly; over  and ag'ilu t-ho cenRert rattling tho hoys  of the typewriter and -trained hor  enrs.  At lawt Hho hoard tho door open,  hor Viiihor'H *.oU*i:, then tlie ruath- of  n   woman's    nklHn. She    Rtonnert  'Hilc'klV noromi t.he room und peered  Into 1 tin pa.'iHiigo, and ������he saw MIhh  do FontnlgtHi come out und cIoho the  odleo door. And nguln the two glrlw  frtfod ono nnoiher. Irln liesliated  a������ ir Khe were anxloui* to Hpeak to Kiln, then uii" Hinib'd,  1 don't think wo hnve over met he-  fiire. hut you're Mini SiilntHbury,  tiren'l  you'.'  Klla bowed her li������nil,     Voh.  She  hUiimI   iinliln  a*.  :f  llivllln;:   M!f->  ib-  Koiilnlgiie to eiiui* l������'i" i'ooiii, anil  i'ie  hitler  ne"epteil   the  unnpokon   Invitation.      There wa������ one other ehnli*  ,     . ,     ..      ,, i....   .....  Ill     I in:     I i,ilm     ���������������������      ... ���������       > ������������������ ���������-  ���������.,. 1*1, mr.mn.iin, li'iln- who offered ll lo  M|i������n ilu Fotitalgne. then uat down Tue-  lrn: her.  (To he Continuotl)  Livestock Means Success  On nearly    every    farm    livestock  raising is merely a side line when it  should be the mala thing.'     There is  no place where the farmer can market his corn and roughage so profitable  as feeding it to good livestock, says  the Kansas Farmer.    The market ia  right  at home  In, the  feed  lot  and  no long hauls tc town are necessary.  If a farmer can feed the 60 cent corn  to   good   hogs   which   will   pay   him  80 cents for It, does he not make an  advance on the price of his corn aud  a  profit in  the  fertility  returned  to  the soil, as well as a saving or expense In the hauling?    Breeding purebred   livestock   Is  a   business   which  should bo entered gradually and retired from reluctantly.      Improving the  common stock a little each year will  load   up   to   the   pure-bred   business.  There can exist no.-permanent system  of agriculture  without livestock and.  on   high-priced   land,  pure-bred   stock  is the only kind to have.  ���������\. committee w*as appointed to further the raising of a fund of $150,-  Q00 within op,c> year. C'vri"rising Mi������w  lm>a E. Mathews of Oklahoma City,  Okla; Mrs. R? W. Charles cf Msni-  tou? Man., and Mrs. jo-hri T"."Burns of  Oklahoma City, Okla. The Canadian  delegates started the "popular subscription with $47.50.  The plan of subscription is to urge  a popular contribution to the fund In  1.0 cent payments. The organization  to carry on the campaign in every  state will be named by the committee  at an early date. In the-'mean-time  those desirpu-. of contributing their  mite may send it to the secretary,  Mrs. John T. Burns'. Oklahoma City,  Okla.  A feature of the Dry-Farming products exposition held 'during the week  was the women's exhibit, and the displays made by the farm women and  the home economic societies were as  much enjoyed by the visitors as the  grand displays of farm products.  During the week the Internatiehal  Farm Women's Press Association held  several meetings ���������  -were elected, and it  establish a state or provincial au-iK  iary In every state and province in  North America,; and also to have representatives from foreign countries?  This auxiliary organization, which  started at Colorado Springs In 1911  with 11 -membtrs, now- numbers .54. 28  of whom.were in attendance. Mrs.  Mary L,. BIgelow of the Farm. Stock  and Home Journal of Minneapolis was  elected r-resiy������-t, and Miss 7vTs������ry ��������� &..  Whedon of The Farmer's Wife, St.  Paul,   secretary-treasurer.  mx   _-__������������������:     ���������    ^*_<r--_T-'_*_^*i **���������*_*      Ikf-J^B <r_*_"���������_"_^"_������"Mi_i  Alter  j_-_*j>a^ii&2_   tTiaXIOiIU  s.t    which- - officers  was decided to  in 'tlu*. writing we desire to put before- ojr Western Fanners this  saving and advantage of loading grain direc*. on cars. Shipping grain  throu_h an elevator, it matters no* whethev a Government elevator or  one viu by an elevator company or Individ aal owner, does not add  the Iea-.L fraction of a cent to the value of he grain, nor does it give  the fa-mer any better chance of marketing It to advantage thaii when  Joads--! direct or. cars. But leading direct _���������*-* cars cuts out in the first  place ihe elevator charge, which .is usually lOic. per bushel, say  $17.53 on a thousand bushel car. The elevator dockage is also  saveu* this may be worth more or less, depsndlng partly on how dirty '  the grain Is, but mostly on the farmer's ab'sity In holding his own  with **t,e elevator man taking it in. On the average the dockage  may be considered worth 3c per tush el to the farmer, or say ?30 per  car of 1.000 bushels. "When grain !s laad-sd direct Into car over the  Loading Platform, the farmer knows for su'p that it is his verv own  grain that will be graded by the isspeetqr. :.r.d that he will w!thov.t  doubt.reeeive the full and exact outturn of his car at whichever terminal elevator It Is unloaded; for all grain *s unloaded from the cars  under government superintendance and welshed by properly qualified  government welghmen under the rnlos ar*.i rupervislon of the Domliy  ion.Government Board of Gram Commlsslorers.  Of .--burse, it makes! no'"difference In our loading of the. farmers'  grain whether it has been,shipped through an elevator or over the  Loadlhg Platform, but It can easily beseen from what we have stated  above -where the farmer's advantage lies, when It saves him around  3AM/ or more on every car he snips.  We -Jontlnue to act as the farmers' agent in looking after and dl������-  '���������-..po.sln?-of earlot shipments of whe-?*. oats, barley and fias strictly on  a commission of 1 cent per bushel. We fcre not connected with,  nor Interested In any elevator companies r*** elevators, either looal or  terminal, neither are we track buyers. In fact, we never buy farmers' griil- on our own account, bnt onlv to "hr.ndle and dispose of th*  grain ---trusted to us as the agents of those who emnlov ns. Many  years' experience^ with a wide connectioTj and _rn_le facilities for en-  gra^ln^; In this special branch of the grain t"ade. have given ns a reputation of the highest character in it. wi nmice liberal advances  on car bills of lading/write us for shipping instructions and market information. We give as references to o".*.r reliability, eniciency  nr-d fl'ia-nclal standing any city or ecuntry Bank Manager In Westers  - -   - -''- '.��������� ���������.:.'-.���������.-..     :���������   -:���������,-.     ������������������. f ,  Thompsbn Sons & Company  A man can have short legs and still  carry his head high.  It always costs more to acquire a  grouch  than Itn worth.  Between the toothncho and tho dentist, a mnn Is forced to choose betwoen  two evils.  j\.s a vermifuge thoro ls. nothing so  potent as Mother Graves' Worm Rx-  tormlnntor, and It can ho given to tho  most dellcato child without fear of  Injury to tho constitution.  -oto of poor men aro tho arohltocln  or othor liien'f' riches.  Nothing worries a nagging wife so  much as a limiband who won't get  mad.  Mln**rd'������ Liniment Cure** Dlntenipor  Dcmonotratlno'  Mrs, Pry���������Whnt in all that noluc  in your Iiouho, Willlo?  Wllllo���������Ma told pa I was jiml like  hlrn���������alwnya Ilghtln'���������-and un mild l  wattir*.���������-and  now    Uici'i'i    tiavliif'    ill,  Millions of Matches  Fifty   years   ago   your   grandfather  bought matches tied up In bunches.  They were    thick    wooden    matches  with strong-smelling sulphur heads.  Many of these matches your grandfather bought and used carefully and  sparingly, came from a little shed  close to Gloucester.  Thoro, with a few willing hands to  help him. a Samuel John Moreland  turned out matches which, although  the boat of their time, were very crude  things compared with the neat boxes  of matches you buy today.  But Moreland had realised that Ln  matehe.s was to be found a fortune.  He determined that Moreland's matches should ho famous.  Today in placo of ths-t little shed  and almost on the same spot, there  stands a huge factoi-y that turns out  Moreland's "England's Glory." mmtch-  es at the rate of twelve million an  hour.  The match making ?n:i_hlno is really the last, word in maehlnery. After  the blocks of timber havo boen cut  up Into Rpllrit,1-, tho mach Inn takes  them, holda them In tho proper position and dips them In paraffin.  ���������After thnt It. just, puts their heads  Into t'*o 'composition of whleh the  head of a match is made, dries them,  iin'd drops the finished matches, ready  counted, Into boxos waiting to receive  them.  Wilhin a Hlnglo hour of the errlvnl  of logs of tlmhor from the wharf they  aro out up and converted Into matchoH  ready for tho busy housewife or the  smoker.  To walk ovor tha 'factory, which,  on vow neven acres aud Ih being 'on-  larired. takes over an hour,  "TOn gland's Glory" match cu aro  known everywhere, a������ are John Bull  mntohou. nnothor product of More-  lnnd'fl amazing energy and foresight  fitly ytat'H u_o.  GRAIN COMMISSION  Grain   Exchange.  MERCHANTS.  701-733   Y  ''iiKtumaKxxwxramraiaMia  Winnipeg, Canada.  GRAIN  GRAIN GROWERS of the West, what is your  duty to the Grain Growers' Grain Company ?.  WE HAVE now is. reserve fund of $200,520.50. with a-paid up  , capital of "1(100,000. In addition to paytnr? a satisfactory  dividend to our shareholdera, we have In the last nix years  donated nbout $40,000 to tho Western Oraln Growers' Association!*  and to other educational work nmnnij the farmem,  Had the prnln that mado tbls profit been shipped to other.  JirniB or oomrniHinloii Iiouhi-h. the dIvldc-ndK paid to Phareholdi'-jT* enrt  the donntlonB to the Ornln C,rowfrn' ABHoelatlonH would go ti>  Increuse the profits of private commlHHloii bouses and prnln dealers.  Benldea tbeHO factB, we have created competition In the grain  trade thnt oould not come hv any othor nierinii. Our export  notlvltleH have been eiiceum-fiil In .keeping Winnipeg cofsh quota-  lions for prialn right, up to export values, getthip; for tho farmer  bomethlng closer to what Biipply and demand-would .warrant.  You will notice thnt thore la thin year an extra effort made on  the part of a larere number of eomml������F*lon flrnia nnd others ln the  bUHlnoBH In having the country covered hy trnclt buyem, wtreot  liuyers and Hollcltor!* for grain. Thin all eoatH money .ind the  rarmer pays for It nil In oommlBBlonn; ir yon Bhlp lo your own  Company you pay your own ngenoy tho conimlHHlon. What. Is not  urocI In conduothiK tbe bunlneHS of The Grain GrowerH* Ornln  r'ompnnv itoch to InoroniMi our roHevve fund, to pay dlvldendn to  inn" Mtoeliholderft, and to carry on additional educational work In  lhe InteroHta of the -producers of wrnjn.  Wo nro opernllnpf the Manitoba Oovornmcnt Hue of eleviitorH.  our operator** will take your main lo more, buy In ear IoiuIh on  truck or In waggon Jonda on. nt reel.  Farrnerfi have always mnlntnlried thnt The Grain Grow^i'iV  (ivaln Company needed a termlnnl olevntor to ninke I hem nnf  fffootlve force In Ueenlnx up the iirlce of Ri'aln mid In glvlnir the  faI'liu-ii'M the bout noivlce to place their produetH In tho oontiumoi'H'  hiindB on ulUmnlo luaiKelH, You have yohr own terminal now.  end we thu������ appeal to you to help, melee, thin undertnUIn*** n  nueceBH by couHlKuIng your wuln to The Grain Growor������������' Grain  Company'** terminal nt Fort William.  Aim* subiiierlbe for Htoek, the additional capital in much needed  If wo are lo enter the eo-oporntlve lli.'ii, 1������nnlrt<in, it In i\ Hound  luviwtiiu.'iit.  GRAIN   GROWERS, it ia all in your hands,  out.  of   Sorts ?  Lots of discomfort ��������� the  blues ��������� and many serious  sicknesses you will avoid if  Wanted���������-A porter ond man of all  work. So ran thn ndvortlstiment that  "Uii a n at oil from the book-selloi', nnd  M*ivi*ng   lhe  applicants   was  a  utimiy  what are you going to do ?  1-4.  ��������� ������**.      w r ry*  ��������� ���������s *~������ mmm, * | ,s  rml\./  V...  and stomach in good working order by timely use of  l-mW Ku &_���������%-������ UB Bm I w ��������� m*9  T'l'hm'in. glflnil   with    more    iniiHele  than hook le-nrnlnc. ���������  Ife strolled plnwly into the nhop nnd  Kn'/ert round rather uneertiiltily. Then  he espied n lnrpn no'lee RUHpe-nded  rvom tho lopmoHt. ahelf. |  niclreiia* world', (ill this week foi; 10  Fliltllngn.  The ainiouiv'oiiuuit -nt nn������e aroiiBei'  Mm ratlior nhnrp temper of the ann of  i'irn. j  Ol eairie horn after iMh Job, h������ re- <  j i-inrl'ivd   Ui   thi*  boiik'f..''l|or.   but   Ol'vi |  jehniiged mo mind.     l>lt!.{oi������'H can worlc j  all tin* wook for   Plj-tfloii   boh   If* he <  I loll:es, hut I'm bunged If Ol'm   gollit?, i  THE GRAIN GROWERS' GRAIN CO., LTD.  y WINNIPC  ^^^���������^���������fj^ii^j)-*n������g________tg  ���������������������������������������'���������.'_-.���������)*���������  mmm/Xmrnxxxm.  mmxmmmmmmmS  ... ''  mmUi  t__V MM     M    V__  IT I|������Rm*%3)  ������wli������i������,       ��������� ������        ������  i     You can nlwaya gel a lot for your '  | money If you putrouUe a real oat ale  ��������� (ii*������ler.  In Backache the  Kidney-s Speak  hit lliolr *A/*y of I'ftlhitic your ntt-intlon to thn fae4  ���������sii-.i iit"y '���������"���������* t" t.t j.i'i-,'. .n"ii i.������n,   v..i...v ,.^..,..M*  who |M>r*Ut������iitly i������noroil mpoatoil v/uriiliiKr (tjven  hy thn kldiu-yn mm now ohMiilo miiiWrH fiom kidnay  *nil blml.li'r compliiliif* vSilrlt *������1U ������t*i5' with tbMtt  until tlmy illo, and 'm-h'ipH luiAtmi lhe eml.  How imuh bottnr lo litilp tlm IthWyn tha monioiil  thoy riioiv ulun* <>t ������i������*<"ill������ii| n littl* i"*������iiili������iici'l 1'nk*  bit. CbAllK'H HWKlcrTHlTHK 1'IUJJ in Mm*.  J-lrprtiMlmi  nii-l, rtturt thoiu "ngnkn In ooriutil' nutlvlty.   Hold i*V������rywlUir������ *������������ tUk/-������������nUi  **>    **x*4m   WI     %xmm-***..*k    mAUfmVl.    U> -  THK MARTIN, BOL.V & WYNNtt OO^       WlNNIPKQ, OANADA I  mmmmmmm&x0mmmiMmmw..immmmmmmmmmMmtm0mmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmm*iimmmmm m iii������i,i mmmmmmmm <,,i������,i������. nw,,,,-. .���������  mmm  JiliiWililllliililiilllill'ilrt-tM  n' iiiiifiiiiaiiTiiiwii  Ijililll WM.IAI.UI.. ll I III w^A,������mWM4AlirilU4AWAI*������Wi44���������l   <<iii������a,ii���������,4������mil���������in���������������  ������������������__i���������i___*mm  wiififiitiiiimniMtiiiii-mi  mmmmmasmmmmamtmwammmmam  BB$  illlllii*4.������l������ "* ���������   X"   .-3  IS"  THE    CB-SSTON   BEVIEW.    CRESTON.    B. C.  hm+tfJ  ���������Mqr-'  AGONIES OF |  GALL-STONES  ^AiMOf.  Es the    Most    Reliable    and  Rapid Cure for this Painful and  Dangerous     Disease.   Strong  Te^iiiiiuiii������ii������  There aro   hundreds  of  sufferers  from  ���������tui-BLOnes   W11&   Will   be   _Iau   tu   tinOvv"   Oa  ihe great results belnj*; derived from tne  *ibo of SANOU  the lumedy that is sate,  ^ure and remaikaoly vapid In Its action.  It removes the necessity of an operation.  IXXhbt comes promptly, the stones beius  dissolved or paseicU oft in tho stool without   danger  to   the  patient  and  without  pain.    SANOIa   has   cured   hundreds   of  people in Canada of this painful and dan-  KCropB dlsealse. We have many testlmon-  .���������������������_ from people who    have    thus    been  ..sure*1,    ^or  ������l>vJous   reasons  we   cannot  publish,their names but  many of those  who have been cured are fruito willing to  tell others In confidence of the results of  iielni? SANOX..    We- are    able    to   give  names hnu    addresses, of    numbers    of  these and will gladly 'do eo to all who  Inquire. _        .,  Tlie following extract is taken from the  .'letter  of a  well-known  Toronto gentle-  "Rpplylnsr to your letter, I followed your  ���������jn-uructloris and purchased two bottles of  fcANOI..   Vou  mlgbl   ffcnu   me  as  much  . at tho mixture as I nucd .If I can In any  way help the salo of SANOLi and by doing   su Vl->   some   other   unfortunate.   I  Wj.i  be onlv   too pleas-ed  to  do  so,   as  1  ��������� consider It the best remedy ever made,  -*5fou have a medicine tbat Is worth millions. ' ...  SANOL Is alr������ >ady widely recognized by  the medical nrofeselon of Canada as a  specific remedy for Kldnev ston<*p. call-  ���������lunni, Kidney disease, gravel, stones In  *he bladdrr and all other dlpeases due to  ���������be prcpcnce of uric ncld fn. thn system.  -6ANOI4 Is also a great and rellnble pre-  -ventive and if talscn at any time by those  who have any weakness of the kidney or  -���������bladder wlh  often  prevent  a  serious  ill-  8ANOL ls  made  onlv  bv  the SANOIa  MANTTWAOTI>RING'.' COMPANY.     TVrXK.  -977: Main Street. Winnipeg.,-. ���������For-salf* bv  ill!���������"dn.-.stBlsts  or direct from  the makers  nt tl.50 ner bottle.-  The Plan That Failed  JI������ was a dear old professor, very  learned and very absent-minded. And  the iatter .trait of his, waa constantly  getting him into hot water. This  did not worry hls_ so _.uch as the  one fact that he could never find his  clothes in the morning on getting up.  ans*  JMfi  yenm  iuur  se-Mtrt-  aanuo  ���������ra a ���������&__���������-��������� **>  _Jli*jT_lil/ i  Zani-Buk Will Cure Them,  The  particular danger ot  chapped  hands and cold cracks    (apart   "alto-  .    ���������   -    ,.        .        .      geMier from the pain) is that the cold  having completely forgottem-where he   ,s iiUj-oiy to ���������f-enetrate and set ut������ !n-  hnrt laM fh*m ' hammation, festering'ctic blood-pofson.  Directly the skin is broken by a cut.  graze or scratch, or chafed and cracked by the action of the cold winds  and water, the one necessary precaution is to apply Zam-Buk freely.  The pure herbal juices from which  Zam-Buk ia prepared are so perfectly  combined and refined that the immediate effect of (hes** Zam-Buk dressings  is soothing, antiseptic, and -healing.  Pain a,nd inflammation are allayed,  disease germs expelled from the  wound or sore, and the latter is  quickly healed  had laid them  On������ memorable- day, howevei, a  brilliant inspiration came to him. He  would devise a clothes plan. He did,  and It ran something like this:  Coat on third peg left hand corner  oi room, waistcoat and trousers ou  chair by bed, collar on door-handle,  tie through key of door, vest on floor  by window, cults on bedstead knobs,  shirt on portmanteau, socks on gasbracket, boots outside door, professor  in bed.  This worked splendidly, and next  morning the dear old thing collected  his wardrobe with lightning rapidity,  until he came to the last item on his  list. He rushed to the bed; but it  was empty.  Running his hand through .his  scanty grey locks, he exclaimed, in  deep despair:  There! Now the professor is lost.  I'm much afraid after all this plan is  no good.  G.T.P    CONSTRUCTION  1  ~~A      ���������1_  AAWA.       l/AAAJ  jju vrcului  I JL-n^IlJL'1%  ' ������������������' '  '���������'. ��������� /.        -��������� ���������-/ ' '..:*���������'.'.:-,  Y- Book Free.     A si-mpta  Home   treatment removed  lamp from this lady '& brass!  :sd fesak auH iesli-ssial  -T-hiC CANADA CANCER  INSTITUTE. Umit-d  10 CHURCHlL- AVE- TORONTO  TE-US OF CURES AMONG HIS PU-  PI LS TH AT WER E REM ARK A$L E  Raw, Inflamed, Itching SKI n is Soothed  Barber's Itch is a form of Ringworm  *.,. .     which? wheal once started, is most, an-  Mttf^^cSti  noying ahd un|ightly> and most^diffl-  ���������--   - cult to,cure.    Barbers often refuso --o  shave.anyone having this disease, for  fear of passing it on to-other customers.- .  '-���������'��������� B*������t you can curs Barber's itch and  keep the skin wonderfully soft and  heaifchv by applying Dr. Chase's Ointment. Just read what tlhisY teacher  has to say about the healing power of  Dr.?Chase's Ointment.  Mi*. Chas. C. Poirier. Upper Cara-  quet, N.B., writes:-���������"Two years ago  ��������� while teaching at Shippegan I caught  Barber's Itch. . A friend told me Dr.  Chase's Ointment would cure me, as  it had him.    Whea I went for a box  % THE JOHN IKGL5S Wx, Limited  ������������������i Engineers and Boilermakers  Boilers    of    all      kinds���������Engines.  Pumpo, and Heavy PUu9 Woik  I /Write*- us for Prlci*  3   14 Straehan tbtc, Toronto. Canada  healer and skin purifier; it is, strongly antiseptic and germicidal, and so  forms the ideal protection for the skin  against disease germs.  It quickly neals cold cracks, chaps,  chilblains, cold sores, etc,  Mrs. O. M. Phoen. Neuchatel, Alta..  writes:���������"I must toll you how pleased  I am with Zam-Buk. My husband had  an old frostbite on his foot for many  years, and had    tried   almost   every  kiiu'wii j������_it3_y   wi-iiiuuL _11y  cucOt,  i/lit  the first application of Zam-Buk seemed to help him so much that he persevered and the sore is now cured. We  would, not be without Zam-Buk in the  house..".   . , ?'Y-?'   ' ,  Zam-Buk is also a sure cure tor  piles, eczema, ufcersl abscesses, scalp  sores, blood-poison, bad leg. eruptions,  etc. Its purely herbal composition  makes it the ideal balm fof babiesand  young children. Aii druggists -"'-and  stores sell Zam-Buk 50c. box or post  free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto,tit or  prices. Try also Zam-Buk Soap, 25c.  tablet.  Large scores of Men xo ho Employed i  This Winter on Western Extensions  In a recent interview, Mr. Morley  Donaldson, vice presides*, and general  manager of the Qxand Trunk Pacific  Railway has given an interesting account-of the iiTogress of that ro_J.  He states that 6,000 men will_be em-  ���������Jiujrtju.  uf   XfUo vjr. 41 .jr.   UU4 4U6  t,AlA: C\sx&-  ing winter. On the western end  alone 4,600 men are now at work and  before many weeks have passed this  number will nave increased to 5,000;  wniie, working eastwaid from Hazel-  ton there are at present 1,700 workmen 011 the main line. Practically  all the necessary force for the season's operation** in the mount*itns is  now engaged and altnc-sh additional  men could be set to work there will  be no delay even if the present number fails to be augmented. Mr. Donaldson staites that co exact forecast  can be made aB to the possibility of  the line beting completed to (the Pacific coast_ in 1913. Every effort is  being made, to expedite? construction  but until June of next year it would  be impossible to say what the prospects of completing the line would be.  Tihe Grand Trunk Pacific has never  been in better shape to ha_uie its  share of the western crop than has  been the case  this year.    About  35  *S������S^������jp**%4-*jg*f|' __ _  .JSP-O 8CEUE99  B-9  KM!  *^u m ������,������*������������.������ ������,*4.o  VV',!i  a good sizea room  even in the coldest weather.  KSTAHO HEAIFH TO MOTHER AND eHlLD.  M*j*.: Wimslow's Soothing. Syrup lias Jm  ^sed for over SIXTY VKASS ������y MIU^NS rf  llOTHERS   for   tbeir   CHILUREN    WHI1.B  ���������"���������t~7m2sf.zr.Zx2. m ^a-vvv ���������������-���������    *-������-\Tj-*r*T?%������t- .Um rlTTMJ-.  iCubAV- all PAIN; CURES WIND COLIC, and  ;pjrrb.st remedy for IHARRHCJiA. ^ It is absolutely harmless. Be sure and:aste ������,!f "**r9-  -Winslow's SootKing Syrup," and take ao otber  J__d,   Twenty-five cents a bottle.  Y Morning? said Busiman as he met an  a.cquaintance travelling up to: town  on the late train. Strange meeting  you. You generally 'travel''up a bit  earlier than this: What's become of  the train you used to catch?  Oh, replied the other, that train's  .been taken off.  Taken off, is it? asked Mr. B?. wit-  unnecessary curiosity. I suppose  you miss It? -.'..-,���������'''���������"���������"-':;  N&t so often as I used to,* came the  response':'.  An actor who is known as Lew i3 of  German descent, and his father speaks  broken English.    Iiew says the.   old  I thought It dear, but when I found j gentlemen went to a big art gallery  -'���������������������������"������������������   - ���������*'   - - * ���������-���������������������������������������������*-���������- *-a ~i���������"- rece_tly and came home greatly en-  l!llS:?T^::fli0::i  "'Seven Wee-fts. -We havo iobsTor tit ree  ��������� _   ' _aiidrsil _jg_ before Stay Xst, X01S.  i   BJOIfiHft SGHOOL OFTRACTIONEERIHQ ������������������  1       100 PINE LAKE AVEa, LAPOBTE, INO. -  X-m'   'ii. '-"��������� ti- '. .'ti "   yrV'V  Ship Your  fflDES AND  FURS  "ti  ���������-'��������� '���������'��������� ��������� to       '���������? ' '������������������'-.  ������cMIt-AN FUR &1V0OL Co.,  Winnipeg", Manitoba  how goodit wa-s 1 thought it cheap  _������'_������r_A'.-__-*lw-'w.J_^    T. r*t*mmr*A     YkTT    ���������.>! _l t    O \T- Cl O  XNU*b U-i.j.jr    n aa  x *w**_v**   ������>������r    -������������������*-������-.w_���������������-:_-  box. 6ut it also cured two of my pupils and this too quickly to he b������-  lieved. One of them, a girl, had a  ruhning sore oh' the chin, which the  doctor had tried in?Vain to cure. The  otlher had a" sore on the ear; water  r_ii_���������1 g but of it all. the time. I  can certify   to   the   cure   "of   these  \  cases.*' '.;...:'  -' ' .-'������������������.V/herever there: is Iteui���������g.<: sk!_ or  a gore that refuses .to heal, you can  apply Dr. Chase's Ointment jvitfc positive assurance that the result will?be  entirely satisfactory. ; The soothing,,  healing power of this great ointment  is truly wonderful.  dealers or Edroanson, Bates  &  Co.,  Limited, Toronto.?     ?  >i  Far-Reaching influence  What is meant by graft? said the  ���������inquiring foreigner.  Graft, said the resident of a great  ^ctty. ls a system which ultimately re-,  flults in compelli-g a large portion of  tlie population to apologize constantly  ���������for not having money, aaid tihe remain-  ti&er to explain how, tfliey got it.  No one need endure the agony of  .corns with Holloway's Corn Cure at  ���������hand to remove them.  Saw a fine painting, IJouis, he said.  You did?  Yes it was a fine one���������'hundreds.of  people looking at it, it must haf been  worth a hundred dollars, sure.  What was its name asked tew. -  .Dot I can tell you not, but it vas a  fine picture. ���������'  Describe at to me.' ?Y   Y  i'-Val1      W*    fV.^5     ^U -    r^#Arhl-1rA������V,4AV.   -'    f->>A.r4-A  VCtl.      QCAAIA       AlA-O     X*.\X      |^^U m.\f^m.m.m.,.    m^.^. ~  yas three feller^. Von was playing  the fife, von was playing the drum,  and the other had a headache. ;r  -n~���������     f.f.,.1-    s.9    +\.m     nmmm     1. ��������� ..     f.1 -=-���������     *^i^..,  ^4\7A      A������W_������,     v.*.     I...U    A.A V/|,     AACA0    <AAA^AA.IJJI       LjA^II?!!  removed to the lake ports, said Mr.  Donaldson, amd although the harvest  has been much heavier and much later  than in 1911 the, proportion handled  by our company is already greater  than before. At We&tport the : big  2,500.000 elevator built by the G.T.  P.. will be ready for use in the very  near future and this will serve to alleviate congestion very considerably.  Twenty five new loco_i-tiv_s ha\re  been commissioned for the western  traffic and there has also been a big  Increase in the number of grain oars.  Not so much as a whisper of complaint, has bo&n received and appar-  ehfly :'the grain is being taken out as  fast as it can be brought- In by the  farmers...'.:. - -..?;-:,..' ' - -   ;..-.-������������������'  The construction of the Grand  Trunk Pacific's dry dock at Prince  Rupert is destined in the opinion of  experts to have an important effect  upon the shipping trade of the Pacific coast. In the first place when  the company lays.up its steamers as  it does at .this time of year tliey will  be bertbtd in Prince Rupert prefer-)  ably t_ ary other port and this will,  be their hei.iiiiuarters in cpn'sequencje.  Many of tho other coast steame.:s  ���������vvhich are at present forced to so  elsewhere for repairs and bverhau'.iiig  'will tie up in future at the terrain is  ul the G.T.P., whose new plaiTt will  ..-I. .<.!_���������     ^C     SXm     l.im.*     ..nrvn      A.Ko  COAllJac    AAUJllllU^UA.   XlfO     JI.UU     A4^*^nA. ���������  jzvonomwaif,    Burns nine hours on one  gallon of oil.  Ornamental*   Nickel trimmings; plain  steel or   enameled  turquoise-blue drums.  Portable. Easily carried JBrom room to  room; weighs only  eleven pounds; handle doesn't get hot  Doesn't Smoke  Doesn't Leak  Easily Cleaned  and Re-wicked  Inexpensive  Lasts for years  At ADaaiers Everywhere  THE IMPERIAL C^toMPANY, Umited     j|  TOSLOfiTO  WiNiNbyini  MONTREAL  HALJFAX  E  B-  /Whenefver you see a weii  gloved hand think of  Pacific coast, D-ing capable of hand-  ling 20.000 ion vessels. Already n  300 foot pier, has been erected and  rapid progress is being made) loon  the mamma_i structure. '  CLERGY OPPOSE BABY BONUS  ni nvFs i  i  j  For  Frost  Bites  and   Chilblains.���������*���������  60e. a box. at all  Chllbralns coiae fr^m ������n'flu��������� fi"?**nsuro  1J.UAM      %**_������* w>* _ w._������  What aire you doing dear? aBked tho  little girl's mother, as sfho parsed to  look at some very strange marks the  child was making on a ploce of paper  I'm writing a letter to I-llie Smith,  ���������was tihe answer.  But my dear, laughed tihe mother,  you don't know how to write.  Oh, that doesn't matter, .mother.  {Lillle doesn't know how to road,  . I.'tell ."you, Edgely, said Mr. Todd  as they sat In the nark, the way women dress these days is absurd. Arid  nine times out of ten it is the fault  of the men. Just for Instance, take  that woman coming down the park.  Some fool hu sband has told her she  looks perfectly charming In that outrageous get-up. lacking the stamina to  como right out /bluntly iaiid tell her  that she looks positively ridiculous.  Since this remark, Mr. Todd has  never been seen In public without his  glasses.    The woman was Mrs., Todd.  MINARD'S LINIMENT CO.. LTD.  Gentlemen,���������In July 1905 I was  thrown from a road machine, injuring  my hip and back badly and was  obliged to use a crutch for 14 months?  In Sept. 1906 Mr. Wm. Outridge of  Lachute urged me to try MINARD'S  LINIMENT, which I did with the most  satisfactory results and to-day I am  as well aa evw in my life.  Yours sincerely,  hlB  MATTHEW x RAINES,  mark  to slush and cold'and frose-bdte from  the icy winds of winter. In the treatment of either there is no better, preparation than .Dr. Thomas' Electric  Oil. as it counteracts tb-e i-flammation  and Y-Ileves the pain. The actio- of  the oil is instantaneous and Its application is extremely sdmple.  -.' A tall, austere man, who was evidently a stranger in those parts entered a church in a small town in  Maine. He took a seat in the rear  of the chuych and listened apparently  Interested for a short while. After  that he began to show nervousness.  Leaning over an old gentleman on his  right, evidently an old member of the*  congregation,  he  whispered:  How long has he been' preaching?  Thirty-five years, I think, responded  the old man; but I don't know exactly.  I'll stay then, decided the stranger.  He must be nearly finished.  Dladaln for Dignity  A scot, whoso name.was Macintosh,  ���������and who was proud of tho fact that  1ip was directly dencondod from the  Aohlot ot the clan, was having a disr  puto over tlio fna'o ho owed to a taxi  driver who had transported ihl'm to ivlo  ���������homo in tho*Eaet Bud.  i The mnm with tho motor -tnlkod loud  ;n,nd iharaihly, and It angered tho Higrti-  Inindor.  Do you know who I am? he do-  mtmiilwl, proudly, drtiwiug ihimoolf up  to hlu full holgh-t.     I'm a Macintosh.  TUio tajcl iimoirtod.  I don't, earn \f you'iro an umbrella,  ho aiild.     I'll havo my-rights.  How old is your baby brother? asked little Tommy of a playmate.  One year old. replied Johnny.  All, exclaimed Tommy, I've got a  dog a year old and he caTj walk twice  as well as your brother.  Well, so ho oitfnhit to, replied Joihn-  ny.     He's g_t twice aa- many legs.  Ho was standing near one ot the  stamp windows Jn tho general post office. His face was flushed and his  features distorted, whllo ho tugged  with hie teeth at a knot In hin handkerchief. When tho knot gavo way  ii frlead, who had boon * watching the  unuBUttl performance, stopped up and  asked: What wa-s tiho knot for���������to ro-  nicmbor something?  Yoa, to havo my wife's umbrella  m-e/ndod.  Did yon havo lt dono?  No; forgot the blamed thing ln tiho  subway, But I romomborod Uio knot  nil right.  The average spinster tm-Sts that Bihe  is because she wants to be.  An Idlo rpmor never -spends much  tlmo in tho office of a busy man.  There nro spots on t-h������ Hun, y^t.  some pooplo expect a small boy to bo  perfect.,  A FRIEND'S ADVICE  Something Worth Listening To  i  -"��������� mmnmmmmimmmiimimmmmimu  So you aro going to sohool, my Uttlo man? Woll, well. And what do  you loam at s-chool?  Roadlm' an' wrltlu, an' iiplthmc-tio.  Why, I didn't know tlio nelio-ls  tntigihit ���������lihoBo tilings any moro. Whoro  do you llvo?  In iihHit flat building?  WilvUs-h floor do you llvo on?  I du'i't know.  CoiiTi't up and ������oo.  I can't.  Yon can't. I thought you said you  W'fcwtlod nrl'l'tomc'tlc? .  I do, but I ctvn't. couii-t 'thuLNfar yot.  Wo ������4ii't only ���������o*t io ton In our class,  ���������0c. a box ar ������lx boxeo t������r *2.������0,  nt nil elealuru, or Tho Dodtf* Mttdl-  niuu Comn������ny. Llmltsd,    Toronto,  I CantiriM,  W.tJ.f.  028  Ah. Jack, old follow. IIav������in't soon  you ������li������co you,* wed ding two yearn  ������������*<������������������,       ���������fow-  wnn  iiintflmnny?  Very woll, "tliiiiiKM. i-iui, ,iovt>, ii. m  oxpMlHlvo comfort. Tho drosHinakor  alono.     If I Iwul kuowu--  You would huvo romaliUHl nlnglo,  ftHi?  No, HO. hut I would havo married  ,,     ., , ,  ln.lU  Mi i,ki,i,ii������iuiHJi .  The oUlmi coIIokoi. Hllll retain Uu������lr  ( facuUlca.  A young man was advised by n  friend to eat Gi^po-Nitts hecauso ho  waH all run down from a spoil ot fovor.  Ho tolls tho atory.  "Lant spring I had an attack of  fHvor tliat left me lu a vory weak condition. I had to quit work; luid no  uppcvtlto. was norvous nnd discouraged .  "A friend advlsod mo to oat Grape-  Nutfl, hut I paid no attention to h!m  and kept getting worse as tlmo wont  by.  "I took many kinds of modlclno but  nono of thorn noovnbd to help me. My  ryiitrm w.v. t-omnW.cly run down, my  blood got but of ordor fro-m want of  proper footl, and ������ovoml vory lnrfrr*  holla hroko out on my nook. I was  so woak 1 could hardly walk.  "Ono day mother ordered nomo  Grapo-Niils and induced mo to ont  Homn. I felt botitor and that night  routed flno. As I continued to uno  thu food ovory day, I grow nitrongov  steadily and now havo rognlnod my  lttrinm-   i'i.im,   it......... ���������    ,....!..!   V."y.   r...  wllhout Grapo-Nuts iih I hoilU'vo it Is  Iho iudhI h'villli.ulvlng    food    In    tho  world,"      Namo   given   by   Cnundlctli  Pofltnm Co.. Wlndwvr, Ont.  Ri-������.d tho book, 'iTho Road to Woll-  Australian 'Scheme, They Say' Would  be Incentive to ImrnoraHty-  The recent decision of the la?  bor governrneht to grant to the mothers of all children born? in Australia  a maternity bonus of $25 is. attended  by many more difficulties than its  authors anticipated. The sum ot  "$2,000,000 is tc be distributed in the  present financial year, ending June 30,  } 191b and the next year a larger sum.  will be set aside.  Finance however^ is not the difficulty . The stumbling block is the question of the extension of the grant to  to the mothers of illegitimate children.  The prime minister, in his capacity of  treasurer has decided that the grant  shall be indiscriminate���������in the,sense  that no question as to whether the  mother was married or unmarried  shall affect any claim to the $25.  The churches and particularly the  council of churches���������a body of Protestant denominatlonalists Interested  In social and political questions-���������  strongly resent this decision, and declare that it is���������  1���������-A slight on the sanctity of marriage .  2���������Ah encouragement of vice.  3���������A stlm.ilus to immorality.  4���������An outrage on the moral sentiment of the community.  It Is urged that there were registered ln Australia last year about 7200  illegitimate children. A bonus of  $26 per chilli would amount in these  cases to $180,000 which it is suggested might he far hotter spent In subsidizing maternity homes, refuges and  other voluntary agencies which aid  the fallen and those who have lost  their way ln this young country.  Amid .this storm of agitation tho  policy of tho federal labor government remains unchanged. Mr.  Fisher dovotod five minutes only to  his roply, to the arguments of an tn-j  lluontlal deputation of clergyman, who  Implored him to stay his hand and  that five minutes wa-s absorbed by a  candid declaration that tho scheme  would go forward on tho linos proposed, and that ho was unconvinced  that thoro was'any moral poril in adhesion to thoso linos. Tho government doslrcd to come to tho finanolal  assistance of women at tho most trying pnrlo.1 of their Hvoh anil would  consider thorn simply as mothors.  What He Gained  Mrs. Smi-O. was grieved and disap-  201x1165 s/t ishs conduct of her *o_.  Robert? She called him into her presence amd questioned him freely as tb  his iutes-L euuriiiityvY     :- . :/ /   .'--������������������----.���������-���������  Mrs. Hayes tells me tihat you tied  a tin can to her dog's tail, she said.  Yes, mother. .,/-., /-'??.  "\Xifl>n������>    ������������     ���������!-���������,*���������_tv-h-v-PiO    -->������������������<.������%<������    +*%.    As*   yr  ��������� v +*.**%,     kj>     ^^XiVXXXXKSXXXX   . 'V*J-xaxfzf      *b\/     XX+X m  - Yes... ma'am.-  Do you know that the poor dog ras  away so far that -he has never coine||  back���������that he probably ran himself t������  deatihT  - .-Yea, xna'am.   ': .''?':'.  Oh, Hobert.        What did you gaiiitt  by such conduct?  I gained a dollar from Mr. Hayes.  fi  I  771U d&&?fi&  THE PEST MEDICINE FOR YOUNf.  CHeREN  ��������� *****m**mmm ���������  Mrs. Uldeiic Roberge, Lac Long.  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A little Irishman in a state, of groat  exclteonent and dishabile i*an Into tbe  lobby of a hotel. ���������    ���������  I want a room, Jie said to the clerk,  and I want it quick.  What room do you want? inQUired  tho clerk politely?  I want 87.  But 37 is already occupied���������-MijlU-  gan has that room.  I know he has, responded tho Hktlo  Irishman. I'm Mulligan, and I Just  fell out of the window.  But madam, said the surgeon, aftor  the woman bad recovered consciousness in the hospitui why didn't you  stop whon the crossing policeman -hold  up hi������ hand? Then you wouldn't  hr"������������������  V'roti qtruolc bv tho automobile.  What. Me Btop wheal Jim Maglnnla  hoiuu up his hand? I'd let you know  I'm his wife and ho nover aaw the day  whon ho could bosB mo.  It sooms perfectly natural for ������omo  women to be artificial.  Savo your money and tho chances  aro that you will novor regret lit,  vlllo." In pkgn.  Tli^ro'd a voftflnh.'  Ever react the abovo lottor' a msw  #    ..    .       ... .       ......      ���������m,,t  14111,     AA^4|4WA..������     ,,m,,,     X,H������m     Au     ....,������,      >.������k.>  ar������ aenulne, truo, and full of human  Inter**'**-  His Forlorn Hope  It was a thrilling story that Brown  had to toll; disaster aud shipwreck  bravery against odds, mid wisdom  whon all wits wero scattorod���������oxoopt  Brown's!  I had abandoned all hope, ho said,  wlmn bin narrnllvo had run for an  hour. lt was tho burnt hideous sou-  sallon imaginable; and as I Bank for  tho third tlmo, my past lire soomod to  litio boforo mo lu a norlou of grim,  realistic plr.tnros. 1 saw ovory thing  I had over dono.  A murmur of sympathy rollod from  Uio llpn of llntohliig frlouds; but just  an Brown w.in prnparln*** to rosnmo,  Jonou, wlio wftii Hitting quietly lu a  <������'>r'*"<*.  inii>rnir������tixl  him.  nh.'irnlv and  iiopofully:  And did you happen to no/r-o, ho  nuked, a ploi.un* of m������ lnmlhiK you a  flvor in tho autumn of 35C.T?  BomotltiioH a luirglar Iouvwh llt/Uo to  Uo  UOt-IV-1 .  Tho -theatrical agent was lnt*rvl-W-  ing Hamlet Brown, tho tragedian.  His object wiuib to secure Ills servlco-  for a new play which wuh about to  bo produced. Tihe latter, however,  did not Boom to take much intox-ast tn  tho project.  Wlnat'fl lit about, oaiyihow. he asked.  Woll, replied the other, the, play *s  a historical one. The scene of it ia  laid in England; period, Henry V.  During tihe whole course of the pleoo  the lding Is absent in Franco. Now���������  Say, no more, interrupted the actor,  witli a lordly wave of hlfl hand. I'll  tako tiho part, of the king. But, of  course, ho added. " I shall expect my  oxpousiCia paid to France.  liaw about yownatMi?   V������iiy u������i ���������������! a twtuu ������>���������  mmaF mtmx. ^m^m. mmSLm mm^ O i_ _-   ������������������.  BrjiavEn Cure  antt \i������ni������ilvlii cum racn al Curh, tipavla, r.pllnt.  ���������fcltitliLaB,   llonif  ������a.itwi>it������    Irom  ttltiytii'i-ia,   llonif   liriiwilii ar  Ikwcnrii    Irom     IxiiUet  MarriiiK"   may   either  nhurnctor or reform It.  form   ono'u  Manila ������il alhrr I'srinnri ������r������4lic  tut It���������Imv4jf \imtt ilolng It (tr  I ������y������i* ~     "*  ������A������l,  tm  Il*������lt4.w  '"-..VO  Wk, ���������������*������._.i.**iiNr>-.u.t^_ wr?''-I���������,.    I I  Good for Evil  Young Master Billy TubbB roaohod  home rocoutly  wllh hl������ noBu Btroaui- *  ing gore.  GoodnosB graclousl exclaimed' his  klndhearted mother. What ever  have you boon doing?  Boo-hool roared William tho non-  Conquoror. That boy BagKB hit my  nose 'cob I culled hiin a bully!  Thero, thero! cooed hla mother, as'  sho restored tho small .countenance  to ordor. I'll givo you, botiiethln������_  jucit to f*h'i> lUtlu Buiiiib. Thai will  lio returning good for evil.  jli-coidhii-J^ iuiaC iiuirnlng Billy  Btartod out with a wonderful plum-  cttko for tho warlike Tommy Boggn.  But. dlnnor-tlmo naw him appearing  In tho distance with two lovely oye������  ho black and wwollon that lt was riMf-  flcult even to cry.  Wllllo, durUiig, what, huu huppi-iitxl7  nskod tho trembling mother, nn oho  ., 1 Ul,,       .   f. ���������. . ... f.       I * f ��������� I ., '     ������"������ ..... 4       A .-.       1 * *...  tiil't. 4llAJ        4Al<*A4A4,������        .������...*.-        AAA-.AVA ,U        AA >- ���������  heart.  Tommy l-igirn���������hr���������bo, llttl* Billy  gimpiMl���������ho \vutiti> Li know if you'll  uwiil him a jani-turt thin time.  ,_!..���������    *..  f*trn**-t. onnflommo: Take n Httli* com-  mon stock, and itovon tttnefi ao rauofc  water���������then catch your lamb.  mmmmmm  am  mmiwmmmt  llil-il__-MNI  mU-M  nMHWmillllililM  aaamaam  WIIIMHIHIilllliWII  *ittst^ir^w*m!mm*i**mHiM&^^ ������-���������>_  >������^11 ������i m^aaama n  Til!*;    CRlvSTOJN    P_l_Y.IF\v..   CUES'.  ,1  i  ' '* r"\ i  _&  ������.!   MiOSl  4*T1 DBbBwa ���������������������-"-rf     ���������    -���������������������������������,,  __ and Publishing Oo aapany, L4xl  **^fm.^mm. ���������  -W. B. M c0t_i_3  * _-__-������,  British Columbia, _yi\_e Uxebiou Fiii.t-  0      /���������^  ���������/*^i  **���������   -." V. A+4  .   .^      I-      it  J*   '-St*--^    ,������ -������c.'  ���������ft-f  Editor and Manager  The Beview is tbe ������ Aknowled-getl advertising medium of the Creston valley, cir  ctiiatiiig iu S6arl;jr esieshotisasad homes throughout the Creston district and  reaching ont in a broad manner into other comrnumtief* Our ndvertisinft rates  are based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary Printers'Board of Trade;  llftnd purchase a nd land lease notices, $7 for statutory time. Display adver-  Ssetnents. %l per inch p&������ month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issue  sad 5 cents per line in -mfcceediug weeks. Subscription rates $300 a year in  advance. Our columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of loeal interest and tbe welfare of the community. Contributions must be brief and  signed.  V.  T  Ji..  '/_  v..  \t>  A   X -g -  J.K.KxS-  Ll  -S-. mJL. V^ ���������** ?*W-tA_  *1"1 "1  WIia    A���������i3.i_c  -s.  .. ?-v--*''!.t;J*J:4'-->--'-V.-(-7''-,-s*?>-oA- -*^.v-i'^������^^'Si������������,J)_^iK_-r^������:s_ mi  '���������t^'s^i^y^^^S^'^i^^^i^^J  fTJ   2^   *���������    r\vl-i0..m   wir  mtvTMr*u*mr*>*rx~irw"rxwKimamu nn  Indian Massacrfe of  Year 1858 Recalled  (Contiaued acona Page 1>  band of abont 100 redskins have set a  trap forns below China Bar. They calculate to wipe us ont���������-are mad for our  hair. Upon hearing this we beid a short  war council, and the result, was that we  at once struck camp and set out to make  a detour through the woods,  hoping to  they with their red  wounds vanished  But the Fraser, like a wild ruciug horses  took them up and bore them with mad  swistness along currant and riffle.     For  a moment an eddy caught up a body aud  whirled it with develish glee around  aud around,   and then flung it forth  again into tho racing stream.     Surely  never before did heroes have such obsequies,   lathe early morning at Yale  a gold washer at Front street- looked one  of his door upon the river.     He saw  what he thought was a strange oman,  The Lending  Hotel of tke  Fruit    Belt  no   ruiscaKe  when yon get off the train  if you ssign tlie -register? at  the .Creston   Hotel.      Travelling  men   will   substantiate -this.?'  We  jtudy  the  comfort ��������� of our guests*  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  ���������St-  \ti^-f  M,  mum  .-.-���������IB .1-Ul.  -\  I  With every Nyals  Family  Remedy  mJ J \ . J m/  r %&  fM y������n  Purchase., you  may    know  what ������j  drugs are used in its Composition,  by ]$  referring to the "Nyals Family Chest" &  a Booklet supplied Free, ask foi it, j|  Nyais Kidney pills Cure   Backache.  come ont below the ambuscade and get  down the river to Yale while they werf 1 The body of a man was in view, coming  r f      * ��������� 0   \      Headquarters for Mining Men,    ffi  Call   edgam i  Lmnbermeilt   Ranchers,  Tourists    ^  wjdting for us to tall into the snare But  we miscalcnlated the guide of our enemy, and bnt for the same Indian girl  not one of ub wonld have escaped to tell  the story. Creeping noiselessly on our  ���������way, again we heard the low bird-like  signal. It sounded to our right, towards  She river. Again the trapper to -whom  it spoke glided in the direction of the  call.   In a short time he was back, sad  down from the way of the canyou. The  body floated on s\viftly; and one arm  was always stretohed up to the sky except when the corpse rolled- So it came  on, floating and pointing, rolling the  poor arm uuder the flood, where it- would  not stay, bat came up again, and, as  tha miner thought the ar.--. was always  wanting to point beyond the canyon.  K38*2  A������o ������rg pressed around we heard the reo-  skins were aware of onr plan and were  ready abont Abe miles in advance of  w*k4s-n4>. nj \tmA come to intercept and  surround us. We learned that we had  come nearly abreast of China Bar, and  were about two mile3 from it through  the woods. We made np onr minds  that onr only hope was to reach that bar  on the river, and to throw tip, if we  could at least sell oar lives to the bes:  advantage.  '������*v^e succeeded in getting to the plac-  and had hardly made with rocks  and  -dft wood a sort of barrier, when suddenly a shot rang out,  and  one of out  poor fellows who was at the edge lifting  np a large stone in place on the barrier,  fell forward and never  again moved  We had scarcely dragged his body into  shelter when the work began in earnest  There were only 24 of us now  to more  than 100 raging varments, bnt our men  ���������were all crock shots, most of them hun  ters and trappers enticed hy the gold.  The Indians mado rushes at the barricade and were driven baok.   Every rush  ooBfc them doarly.   Thoy then  tried to  raaoh usfrom below the the river.   In  this they Buoaeeded better,  and several  of onr boys were laid low.   Thon a moro  deadly taotio was tried.   A hunter in  our very midst feii dead with an arrow  ���������hot throngh his shoulder.  "The Indintm woro getting np into  1 toll trees, and ahootiog right into our  own breastwork. At last only half  of onr number were alive and capable  of defence. A number of Indians  had been tumbled out of tho trees, and  their death yell had echoed hideously  from hill to hill. - In the early part of  the fight -we hod taken each dead comrade and poshed him off into tho swift  onrrent of the "Wttiaar. Onr idea in doing  this waa to flave one another from the  lost ���������home of being scalped and of  cheating the minoreantfl their moBt loved  P*ri_e.  "In doing thi" wo little thought that  we were taking tho only noimible means  of Bating the fow of ub loft, who wero  able by lying clone, and untiring watching to ���������paaa throngh tho awful honrn  that followed. Tho rednkinH hod adopt-  ed*tho wafer policy of starving nn ont.  ���������'Twenty iwot bodies had floated  away from xta. As each ono went off wo  walA 'Good.by*. old fellow.'    Quickly  4'What the miner did was dangerous, ��������� i  bat he could not help it.    lie pushed a ���������!  ���������i  canoe   on into   the roariug river and' I  made for the bixly.     Iu some way he;  &_������g*&:������*s-@e*-*s&e_.&������  _������������������  Agent   for   Semi������Keady   Tailored  '.urnishings  F-  r  ^-.09pr\l ti**������-  ���������--* ������-!  ������*������"*.*  -tin^ hand,   secured! ������-**-������^^  !  _-  nsier, Livery end feed slaps  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  All cI-ass of TURNOUTS supplied"at short notice.    The latest styles of  CUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.    Saddle and pack horses as  Speciality.  Feed for sale.       Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Oo.       Horses for sale  I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains  at any hour cf the day or night.    Oommercind men and landseekers,  will  receive prompt attention -  ":  B  tfti  & Phone 56  S. -MeCreath,' Prop  Sirdar Avenue  Box 14  %  m  '��������� f}.  WA,  Ha  xB  x&  Hi  ?���������������  AT**  m  5-  m  m  ���������i-1 -3-^5^���������gi5'3^-������:_ -*_:���������������������;������:_���������������_���������������������������������������������-������=������:-?-aS������3������:-&������^-5-������S:-������'aS:-9!������9S:-3i������:-������i������9:-���������������������&_:���������������������  it to the stern  with a rope and   took 11  his melancholy burden to the s-hor������?  iu : i  s vfety.    Th'������ corpsa  was shot  through I  the head with an arrow and part of the ���������  shaft was   sticking out.     Quickly   the  news spread through the town.   Every  oae knew what the arrow meant.    The  Indians were out.  Within an hour nine other bodies had  been captured as they rushed past the  town, stretched bide by side with iheir  poor wonuds. But long be!ore the tenth  ���������jatne in   the plucky Euglish captain,  Charles   Schneider, had  collected 200  men.    The bodies had told their story.  What they said was 'Your people are  being massacred by the Indians up tbe  Fraser, aud not very far up. Go to their  help.'   Of couree the captain  and his  men did not know just how far they  would have to go.    But they went f or-  tvard and kept to the river.    And as  *hey came near Ohina Bar thoy knew.  Yes. and they vowed with hot hearts to  answer the mute   appeal of   the poor  pointing arm.    Silently   they hemmed  in the wild horde of miscreants.    Very  few escaped.   The vengoauce of captain  Schneider aud his boya was not forgotten  by the Indians who wero diapoecd to  make trouble.   It was a hot lesson, and  tho ones who got it wtre the ones who  deserv?d it.    Tho few left were well  loft because thoy remained to  toll tbo  story by the Indian camp tiros, and of  how it was not good to stir up the whito  man's vengoanco.���������-Exchange.  Iking   ]5&\varfc>r$ Scbool |  ifor  SBcys anO (5icis  Principal       ������      Mrs. Cherrington  Head Mistress,    Miss Cherringtcn  (Honours    certificate,    Cambridge  Higher Local, B-Tmi-gbam Unuiver-  siry Education Diploma.)  Assistant - Jliss Hodgson  (Gambridjrft Higher Local certificate, Diploma of she College of  Teachers for the Deaf.)  Terms for boiirders on application  to tbe Head Mistress.  to tho re who fill out and  mail this coupon AT ONCE  Sample of our expert penmanship and  facinating lesson in short hand.  THE  BLAIR   BUSINESS   COLLEGE  Spokane, Wash.  I am interested in Busines-* Educati6n  Please Bond mo full information about  your College, and especially about the  subjects ohocked below :-  .... Bonkkoeping     Shorthand  .., .Typewriting   ... .Pi*nmauship_J������  ... .Quick Figuring Letter Wri-iit*  I can begin a course about   Name   Address ,  ti.   ������S  BURN'o  COMPLETE  Animal   Fertilizers  London, Nov. 28���������The Servian ignoring tho proclamation of Albanian  **ndept*iuh*nco, havo uccupiod thu poil  of Durazza without rofiiatanco. TIiIh  Informiition comos in a direct dispatch  from that town tonight,  Thus tho conflict is raised in acuto  form between Austria and Servia and  it remaini* to bo seen whether tho Austrian government, will tako any direct  action or will, bo content to leave tlio  qiu'riliuii for after tbo war uottlcmcnt.  Tho Servian action, eoubled with n  warlike fooling prevailing at Vienna,  1.4 WUmx',' ta Ut'-cp up n "'"���������ntintV'm.H hIuVj.  of auitii'ty.  -_-?_r -  MONEY       S������������/OS  Sow Burns*Fertilizers  And Reap D_ liars.  Call or send for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  Umltr������d  CRESTON       -      B.C.  Head Ofrice  CALGARY;  VANCOUVER;    EDMONTON.  aaamm-ammmammmtmajaatamamm  This is the Wonderful New Flour  that has made such a sensation throughout Western Canada.  Made of highest grade Saskatchewan wheat, in the newest, best-equipped,  largest mill on the prairies.  Made with the determination to  give users  better  Hour-value, greater  certainty of* baking-success, fuller satisfaction with the final  result,  whether  with biscuits, cake or bread.  Housewives throughout all the West admit that Robin Hood Flour gives all this.  Therefore, Madam, it is the flour for you.  This flour cannot be described in an advertisement.    We use this paper  merely to give -he introduction���������to say:  " Let us make you acquainted with Robin Hood Flour."  It Is tho _u-nantocd flour.    If you ars not satlsflod with it aftok* two fair trials,  ask your spocop fop youi> money back.    Ho will *_lve it to you.  Add moro watop than ucual when using Robin Koo_ Flour*.    Mado of auoh  hard, dpy whoat, it nl>aorba n:oi>o mol3turo-ppodua!n_ a lar_op, whlto*? loaf.  The difference between Robin Hood Flour and other flours  you have to find out tor yourself.   That there is a difference  every woman who now uses Robin Hood admits..*  ROBIN HOOD HILLS, Limited  Calgary Hoose Jaw  For Sale by CRESTON MERCANTILE CO.  p^nHY should you get*1 y.iui job printing clone away from your home town  w^ when it can be dono hove in just as neat a style as anywhere, on  as good quality of papur and at reasonable prices. We will have your  work ready when promised, CRESTON PTG & PUB. CO.  !*���������'  i-ii . ���������  :i-i  ilM  i! '���������������������������  ___������  EmM  iWm  " BMW  I'.-i  til  ' Y"J_--I  M  '-'"___&)  [til'  .     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SHUBERT  fho Largest House In ihe World dealing exclusively In  American Rcw Furs    :ij  25-2? W. Michigan St., Dept 41 CHICAGO, III., O.S.A- g  fl        (     '       ' * '  j    Get your Wines, Liquors, \  \ Tobacco,  Cigars,   Pouches. '  j Pipes, etc*, at\the - *'  1 Creston    Wine    &  PROFESSIONALS  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  U   _ *1      T_ a -_T-_    Otto _rD*V-___      A Wf-      A BrnaTPffOT  ������_f     v^a        aW***1***        at** W *-***"  m  *rf������ w*.*       *������_>_��������� ������������������ ��������� ��������� ���������  ���������Plana nnd Speoitioations  C RESTON -       -       - B.C.  DENTISTRY  * _  .'.OB. HALL D. D, S,  Office   over   i-auk 'Parks Hardware  Sioro���������Baker Street.  0   .i-a   <*.   t.iT)ll/\i"t  V l\.t*L\DSS.LfKJ  TT  p   -p  Snhii  (Jot  Sm PoolC Prop.  A SPECIALTY  Dealer in   high   class  boots and siaoes./  GUY   LOWENBERG  OO-SUIjTING   ENGINEER  CRESTON      -  B.C.  MR.&  MRS. CROMPTON  Teachers of  Piano, Violin, Singing  Music Supplied for Concerts & Dances  OKELL, YOUNG & ^>.  Real Estate and Insurance.  HOUSES TO REST  lb.  J.VMVJ *��������� ImTX.-*  T-A.C  lefore Letting  ���������_*_-.  AfT* A������44Hft^ Am"  For the 'Minding of your xsew  House, Store, Office. Workshop  or other building, write or call  on toe. Estimates given on all  kinds of work.  Repairs & Alterations  A SPECIALTY  Charges reasonable and satisfaction  guaranteed on All Work  ���������aSv/III'*! JU������VT  Jt  ������-*���������������        ���������*** 'W.arwvaa   |  Wi* IR- Beatts  CRANBROOK - B.C.  S_s_���������.t-res^***'  1*Vmuatim  ���������\'"  c  C Qtf> at tiie ���������������tte petal ev���������r^WM* ������������  ~ Cuaada���������Hie nasis In i&m pssSs&l.  Gend (or sample* o! *S0 **3C_������'��������� Ow������"  nerto _til 5S5 Btiiaias *������S3-hUss SS"������  book.  Ask ths clothier !s 7009 Sswa a? *=^=3  -tect-Seml-ready, US���������n4e ������jw������b__  ;"X---S-__-.^____-So&SSSSmSiSiMBBSk  ������fli*--a���������___ccfl  szacawvi,  i I'lyrA-i 'MATmi  J-   s 8_ _r  _  t_       S   f_   __k       Btr_  jr -1  _.    fifS.  _ r n  ^^   _s  wsr  BwaS-wi-^ BsU-rtflgl,  G. Fred Johnston. Fernie. II. C.  S   m ���������>_>   a.  a   tH>6wa^r  Ono of the 0. P. R. bridge crews is  now moving the old buildings that vrsre  formally used as a station, away from  here and ia taking them up along the  Kootenay Oentral road.  Th& four sports from. Nelson, headed  byj. Cramer, who went up to Meadow  Lake on a hunting trip last Tuesday  returned Monday with four flue deer.  They report gamp plenMfnl afe the lake  but poor hunting on account of scmc.ty  of snow.  Chas. NulsM). section foroman at  Yahk had the misfortune o? giving his  thumb a very bad cut tbe other day  while splitting wood.  J. J. Gorry, O P.R. agent at Yahk attended the Knights of Columbus convention at Seisou. It is reported -chafe there  will be wedding bells when he -returns.  TAS. H. SCHOFIELD  fire, Life and Accident Insurance  The  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  iRAIL       -        -       - B.C.  I     1  !    i  Bros  ILL!  uiiuuiui a  ���������  H  Mr. Morris, the C.P.R. coal passer,  had a very bad mishap the .other nighfc  while returning from service at the  Yahk Lumber Co., boarc_.ng house, he  ran into a barb wire fenco and tore down  six panels, saying nothing about his  rlQtriP? ���������niA- Stirfi shins.  SYNOPSIS OP COAL IvIIWIG REGU  I LATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion.;!  4* **  ia Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  the Yukon Territory, the North west i ������  Territories and in a porfciffn. of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased  for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 3,560 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a-iease must lie. made  by tbe applicant in person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent of the district iu which  the rights applied for are situs ted.  In surveyed territory the land must,  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in uusurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by thu uppliuunl Liuuswli".  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee of ������o which will be refunded if  the rig-Li, applied for are not available  but not otherwise. A royalty shall be  paid on the nlerchanrabie ont put of tbe  _jine at tha rate oi five ee_ts per toa.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with s voni returns  accounting Tor the full quantity of merchantable coal mined and pav the roy-  ������V. H.JOH������SOff   Prpp.-ietcjr  Bs_r-w���������ar-v-rlaauwav**.a tm *mm*������**-*m~s**pmm.m\*i ���������" -ji   ;**��������� nj "gii  ���������-y *������*������-��������� ���������* **- nw*-  *nm*ni**im*ga*  ���������^mm*^a*ms**mtm&mmimmi*amm*^mtmmmm*s**mmm  THE   HOME  OF"   THE.  TRANSIENT  COMMODIOUS  .   SAMPLE  ROOMS  This Hotel is one of the  best    known     and     popular  / s.  xiotels  in  tne   Kooieaays.  The dining room is strictly  up-to-date and the bar supplied with onlv the best brand  Jm ^  of sroods.  11-IH.TW������������������  e~* . T^_    ^^ fl  creston, B.C. I  *a_Ma_5-������ii-__^^  ^mimmmm-fs ^m^Bwm KmeBwrng  0~������ BfO -as w 4J���������4i ma  Creston to Toronto and return  ��������� VA4������.V������  Corresponding low rates to points in Ontario, Quebec  \0-rn *m a3 *.x.0 E. ���������    v\4-   a , i xjx Jt ������. a mfXfxx     t_u.^a    a v%,a������a aa  s* i^-CS ���������.**-* ������v^ .  t>*-.  *. m***������������������_**> riiwo. mej* ������������������***��������� m**r*  Neil Boutilier, -while working lor the  King Lumber Co , had tho iniffortune  ���������if giving himself a very bad cut ������od  '-tad to go to tlio Cranbrook hospital for  .reatm3nt:.  &ii.y thero in.    If tho co til mining rights  are not being operated,   gu������h returns i  should be furnished at leapt." once a year  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, bat the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necessary for ihe working of the mine  at the rate of $10 an acre.  Por fall information application should  be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Ageut or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Alunsrer or tne interior  N. B ���������Unauthorized publication of  this advertiiemeut \%ill not be paid for.  Tickets on sale, Dec. 1st to 31st inclusive, good to  return  within three months.  j-pi-j-Mr_   _tu_n_,mj������-p*-"ir_. 1  11 Jli a-r w*la* "af-fc-t a  Liberal Extension privileges  _������_a_H-_-_M__S  Tickets issued in connection with TRANS-ATLANTIC  TRIPS on sale, Nov. 7U1 to Dec. 31st. inclusive, and limited  to five months from date of issue, with privilege 5 of extension.  ���������LADIES, call at our storo and  look over our supply of McCalls pat-  ems just received.     S. A. Speers.  Finest Equipment, Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars.     Dining cars on all  through traius.    Compartment Library, Observatiiou Cars on * IinperialLimit-ed'  and * -Toronto Express."  Special throngh Tourist C ir Service in   connection   with   these Ex 'nrsii n$  For dates of departure and reservations apply to Local Agent.  Tickets Via All Trans-AtSantic Steamship Lines  .  , For full information, rail and steamship tickets, apply ti  R. ,VI. Reid, Ticket, Creiton, or write to, R. G. McNeill!.*  District Passenger Agent, Calgary, Alta.  Si  hi  ������_  1  il  i  ���������.ol  IB-    .  B  BB    ���������*%  n an jexq. in .  !_._ M_"B_ I  _F Cm  IHHL-'-SI-aL   -JtJikJP   ii������yil-ila  C1K������.  HI  ���������?^ _l _!%S   ST-K*-  t+ + 1. *--__  E__i_____^-__5_m_>-at^^^-g3^������k^  tt  ** K_     mrm  .���������^     _������_ ������_ fe   _3  I  _-.r__vi  _ H_ _  veil Away #_Psoiiii������iy rre������  We are offering: our New Brand Kerosene oil which we claim to be the Best  Grade of oil made yet.    In refinins  bad odors, this oil will give a  In order to advertise this oil,  Pi  I"*  i  this oil we use a double process, which" takes  clear white light and last longer.  and get the people of the northwest using our  we are goiniv to give away 2000 of. our new" stylerlarge size Nickel Plated Parlor;  that stands24 inches high and has a large White Dome Glass Shade, this,lamp  gives 100 candle power light and is a -Beautiful...-lamp' for any home and cannot be  bought at any store less than $6.00  si  Send us an order for one Barrel of our famous Silver White Kerosene Oil, that holds 42 Imperial  gallons or 52 Aetierican gallons at 27 l-2c a gallon.   We will send you free one of our  Parlor  Lamps  as   mentioned   above,  and if you are  not well  pleased  with  this   oil and  lamp  we will  make   no charges for what oil  you have used and  will refund your   money cheerfully. We make shipments prompt and  pack  lamp  so   it cannot be broken.     We will give away only 3000 of these lamps, so  fill  out coupon below and send  us your order at once.  i  *i  i  14  II  !?2  Empire Oil Co.  Winnipeg, Manitoha.  Enclosed find $ir.55. Please send me otic barrel of  yovn* Kerosene oil, with which I am to receive one of your  Parlor Lamps Frew with the understaudiiii* if I am not  satisfied, my money will be returned.  Address all orders to���������-  Name  1 own  a ^  Box 2196  Winnipeg, Manitoba  w'c Pav You M.ZZ for Earrd When Emcrr  mi  ���������KaO-HHI  siiiiiiMiTiriT-iWiaarwa, B  I  -���������*>I  s   .  'J? I  '-icn  ������������������^���������i  EASTE-tr^i   uxouiiaioi^s       M  ____________:  m  *m  -B-U������  mm*m*mm**mm  iiililiiiiililiiiiiiiii  *m*mmmm*smt*m**mtmmm***mMtmsmm*mmmmiaxmmmi  ���������'!j-^'���������?Jl'''Tr- *iJiiii-'ii'ii'-'iiii' iiii irj  5S5S55B'355*i  nm .*!\vi--rf,v'!-;  /I  t������.j_.    U3&&STON    KEViiiW,    U&&&1GN,    B.  t\pt only keeps cold out,  conservesbody-warmth; body-  fai serves the same purpose,  it enables us to resist unsettled  elements and serves as the  great source of our body-heat.  Greater body-warmth means  richer blood, more fat, not  obesity but fat which the body  consumes for warmth, vitality,  resistance-power���������aa a furnace  consumes coal for heat���������  Scott's Emulsion does this.  A teaspoonful after each  meal makes body-warmth-���������  healthy, active blood ���������  sharpens the appetite and  "E-tkes all ,a'Ood food do erood.  Ii drives out and keeps oat colds  by v���������Isi rig endurance-power  and creating strength.  Reject ���������substitutes for SCOTT'S.  Scott & Eofrne, Toronto, Ontario  i2-61  The Etiquette of War  War���������that is warfare between civilized nations���������has Its code of etiquette, known as the Customs of "War,  some of which are written, others tacitly agreed to.  Obvious examples of   lighting    eti-  I quette are the rules which protect the  Red Cross flag of the ambulance, and  forbid the use of explosive, or within  limits, expanding bullets.  Nominally, a general may use any  means in bis power to bring his foe  to subjection. A leader may cut off  his enemy's fi-od and water supplies.  He may subject him to all the horrors  of famine and thirst; but -he must not  poison his food or water.  Suppose a place is beseiged and  that outside the walls are wells which  the beseigers cannot effectively hold,  and which the beseiged can reach  under cover of night. The beseigers  j would he justified In. sending parties  to fill up the wells With earth and  stones, or to destroy them with dynamite. On the other hand, to pollute  the wells with poVon or to throw dead  animals into vhem? would be an infamy .  A prisoner of war has his rights.  He may be asked to give his parole-  to promise not to escape; but he -must  not be forced io givo his parole, and  is not to be punished for refusing to  iio so. <3L prrs-GiiSi" oil parOiG v.*.������c a-v-  tempts to escape is liable to be shot,  ������uhf*r when escaping or if retaken  alive.  An uiipar-oled prisoner may also be  MONKEY AND BEAR  FIGHT  shot   while   in" tlie "act  or "escaping; 1 sequently the manager barred tho ^pet  White   Pine CuHs  Now  in  Demanri  A peculiar feature of current lumber demand 'ji the old white pine sections of the North is the extraordin-  Brutal Exhibition In an English Town  ia Stopped by Audi-nee  An exciting scene occurred at a  music hall, ln which the audtence>rose'  ln a body and protested against tha  performance was described to the  Scarborough magistrates yesterday  when John Hendrickson, proprietor of  an animal circus, was sumraoucd for  cruelty to a .mall bear and a monkey.  It was alleged that en Monday night  defendant introduced at the People's  Palace and Aquarium what was described as a tight between the bear and  the monkey. The latter had tied to  its neck a heavy weight, which prer  vented it from moving easily; and a  small black bear was dragged on to  the stage, evidently very much against  its will.  I am now introducing John Johnson, defendant told the audience. You  wiii iiow se^'a fight between black and  white. He then incited the animals  to fight.  The monkey jumped upon the bear's  back and bit it about the eyes. The  bear attempted to escape from the  stage, but the defendant dragged it  forward again and a fierce struggle of  about one minute's duration ensued  between the animals.  The bear freed itself, but the de  fend*'-**: again brousht it Up to the  scratch and a further fight took place.  The audience rose almost en masse  and protested against the continuance  of the disgraceful exhibition and sub-  ���������HK52T  your -jOWcis  Cut out cathartics sad pursstivss  teratai-harah-untteeesaarv. 'ftv   '  CARTER'S LSTTLE  LIVER PILLS  Purely vegetable. Act  - Btriitlyon iheliver,  eliminate bilcand  soothe thedeli-  caKmembrane  ������fthcbowel.  ConrCon-  siipaxion.  Bilious-  nets.  Sick Headache and !r.diststion, mi million* h*w.  Ssaa'S Pi"> SoisU -Dose, SnutU Pries,  Genuine mu_ bear Signature  but if recaptured, it would be murder  to shoot ' him, though he may be  placed in more rigorous confinement.   '  A prisoner may be compelled to  earn his keep by working at his trade  if he has one. or by doing work for  his captors not of a purely military    _ _ u" j nature.    Thus, he may be ordered to  ������*tj r-equrr-i-e-L ror low gra_e stock. | assiSt in draining the camp in which j  he is a prisoner; but it would not be  formance tor th? rest of the week  Defendant told the magistrates that  he was very sorry that he had ever  i shown the bear,      The two animals  SHAWS SCHOOLS  The Central Business College, To������  ronto, with Four City Branch Schools?  ������������������The Central Telegraph andjftoilroad  Sohool and Tito Shaw Correspondence  Sohool, ar*������ row commonly known 'as.  "Shaw's Sch������x>ls ..** In these schools  a _reat work is bein������ done In training  young people for busljie_8 pursuits  and for earning good salaries: The  annual curriculum is interesting and  -J---mailed frc-c on sending request to  '      "V    .        *������. AJA.AA.T,, 1   If04tll7tll> A    Ont.  It is so persistent and devouring that  It takes' in culls so ranks that 20 or  50 years ago they would have been  ���������considered   refuse,   fit   only   for   the  ��������� ^roughest kind of patching up of sheds.  ���������and. when  accumulation   became too  '��������� burdensome they were thrown into  12i**i burner or used to build wharves  fair to   put him  to building fortifications.  The customs of war justify the employment of spies, but under certain  rules. If a soldier voluntarily turns  traitor, the other side arc entitled to  make use of him;  but it is not right  S-i0���������^7-3' o������ i������I fi������f������!_^-- grading] toTeaipTa"'soldier to'b^iay'his'ow'-  *50y������IaymtiTCi lias  COi���������S   yviiji.   vm& t_5_id-Hd ! diiJe  for box material, until three-men P if'tnus tempted, a man may pre-  -oards, as they have ��������� been jocosely j te.nt, to tura traitor. and deceive the  ���������called, are now gi-aded as No a or ������ ^a,v wit:ll false information .* On the  .jnytnmg below that. The call ror j other"_a__. voluntarily to go ovor to  ���������Sow-grade stuff has oecome so gen-- the enemy? pretending to be a traitw  ���������ey-1 and insistent tnat such stuff ������i Qr deserter? would be- dishonorable  more saleable than the medium ana ] conduct���������that is if the pretended  wetter qualities. This feature is true! era''*������������������:-���������'��������� 5= an --.fflce** ���������">* ������<*������l<*>ier  not only of the lumber market of the; -*���������������������������"*-  North ern States, but pertains also  had played together like kittens.  The mag* urates imposed a fine of  $5 and cost-.  _ _Y ft   _**_-__*l  ft RI a MM! IB.  1*1   t*_*4m ^x mm  bl-4- -t/fc-XwnniuA  Nice Out   oi  WJ *���������*������������-w ���������������***������������������������  Every  oi  This  Trouble  Ten   Show  Serious  +-*_  to;  lent of Canada.    At. Toronto  the de-1  snand  for the lower  grades  of  pine i  Ir ������r-sp&cially activt-- and large, so tha.t  S&er_ Ss a veritable shortage of mill  culls and what are calle_ dead pick-.  ir������*ys._  i��������� it.  This condition  with re-    _v  ^ lumber market of Ontar-^  io shows how closely the lumber trade  at that province is connected with  I5_it of this country, the same require-  JS&t*���������ts    TOT    Ctiii    iti���������iOBT u5.i_.eij'',    iGT ;  __x tna.nufaci"iire���������prevailing tn that  liroVin'ce as in the northern part of  ������&.*& United States. The way in  -which the cull lumber of the Northern States and Canada is being used  "ap -iihos-t to the last carioad has  Sttorfe than ordinary sigpificance. It  JWfeans that anything in the shape of  tn tree or log is being utilized in the  "W_y of sawed product, and that tim-  %>or that was once considered usable  ������vnly nR firpwood is -now being oox\.  v-Brte-d into lumber that actually sells  ���������HU-lcke-r than good stock.���������American  3-aA-bermon.  So steadily doe������ anaemia undermine  hsaUh. of young, growing girls and  young women that it is rightly regarded as one of the greatesit enemies of  her  sex.       >Jine  women   out  of  ten  i are  bloodless,   more  or   less,  and  in  i many cas������-s neglect hais allowed anae-  ! mla to develop into honeless decline.  i There is a security and hew strength  | for weak,  tired girls and  women "in  i i>r.  Williams'    rink   Fills    for   Pale  sowever, j people.    They    actually    make     the  ,.   , ,   . i new, aood blood of health that banisih-  be treated as a spy. but: as a prisoner i es ^g ������ai^aps tired" weakness, and  of war. provideo ne is not disguised.   | th^ continual backaches of anaemia.  *T   **    ������/>*o������r������*i'������������i'I-������*'       ���������"_���������������*:       nart    it,       s>  ���������  ���������*>.������ ������   ������ ������        '������������������������_''-   __-_.        _  .a _ ���������.__,���������~v.    --���������,r    ������������������ _; iaey arive away _e_uae_es, cue low  ! ooarge,   or  perai&t.eiitiV' e-speses hirn  self to fire, he must take  of being shot; but in big anairs r. is; ae8g that mark   ti-s    ^onien    wh6se  A spy. of course, has no rights, and  is  at aU  times  liable  to  be  shot  or  j. iri wiJ'-^vpjj  Detecteql  One Saturday night, as tha hour  struck eight, a small figure might have  been soon sitting up in its cot, and  gazing thoughtfully into space". The  thinker was little Bobbie and he.,*was  up against the biggest problem he iiad  ever had to tackle in all the vast ex-  SE__   GRAIN   AND   POTATOES  Distribution From the Dominion    Ex-  perimetvial   Farms.    1912-1813  By iiu-struciioi'is o? the Kon. Minister of Agriculture a distribution of  superior sorts of grain and potatoes  will be made during <the coining winter and spiing to Canadian farmers  The samples for general distribulio-tt  wil! consist of sprjmg wheat. 5 lbs;  white oats, 4 lbs; barley, 6 lbs; and  field peas 5 lbs. These will be sent  butYfrbm Ottawa, A distribution of  potatoes in 3 !b samples will be carried on from several1 of the experi-  me-tal fa-rins, the vCenttal Farm at  Ottawa supplying only the provinces  of Ontario and Quebec. All samples  will be sent free, by mail.  Applicants must give particulars in  regard to the soil oh their farms, and  some account-of their experience with  such kinds of grain (or potatoes) ��������� as  A.V A._  A-AA^T^  1. .jv.,yv    _������.'<. _������������������������".' '.-m.fi  *1������������.f>    *V  nWtwlBltlg  r        Co-qui-FS- by GtN PiLLS  Mr. W. G. Reid, Hatnilton, Out., wtiies:  "I have been for the last two years a  cripple with Muscular and Inflammatory  Rlieuraaiismi. I_tried almost everything,  known to 2-edicai scieuce and sought  change of climate without relief. "Your  manager iu this city rec 'tnmended Gin  r������:n- -������ Ji T *..:.mm3'^..~ -..;i.l^.m- -.2^-t.A l,*..-^,.*  xHia auu x ua������������ on.O��������� iaA.Cu Cigui Oa/.-aC5  and aia novr cured. I consider Gin  Pills theconqueror or _theumatu>m and  Kidney uisease".  , 50c. & box. 6 for $2.50.. Sam-pie free  if you -write National Drug and Chemical  Co. of C*oada, Limited. Toronio.       133  pwrleuce of  j OA^A O ���������  iAtAAA^.\.T  An    officer    or    soldier,  caught in the enemy's earaj* must not  t spirits-   tbe palpitation of    vws    uvw-  n's.ca^nc.e! worked heart and the fits of nervous-  afiairs  l.   IS! r,ac-c   rt,!tt   mnr-V     fr-a      ���������GrfiTri>-Ar������      t-1-.ARj-.  ������- ww v^.^������- ^-������*������    -.     ..omen  game to detail marksmen to \ weak "blood is unable to nourish thedr  Taor old Patrick!    He was but the  fehadow of his old self.    He was a sol-  ���������filer boy who'd been Bervlng !n a min-  ������w war in the hill country of India,  ��������� W_a he'd had a rough time, bedad.  So Ht;ody, .io thin and worn indeed,  "was Patrick that ho was Invalided  homo that he might have an early opportunity of pulling himself together,  ���������and showing that he was truthfully  >������. brawny son of Erin .  As he stepped nshore from the troopship at, Southampton his cousin"Tlm-  <othy stepped up to meet him,  Why, Patsy, my bhoy, remarked the  ���������cousin, It's right glad that Oi am to  t*.e_ ye're hack from the front.  Pa'rU'k looked grieved and nail,  cSmstirnpd and 111-at-oaBO.  Elcd-ii'l,   Tim,  ho  said.  Oi   know  ���������was "ihin, hut Ol'm    bothered    if  ttoaftht I w.ia an thin as that.  try to pink off your opponent's gen- \ vvastillg frames. Dr. Willia.ihs' Pink  erai, though every enort may be maae j Pills havo giVen health to "anhappy  to capture him. ,   .      . , i anaemics  in  cases  too  numerous  to  WTien a city or town is bombarded, recOTd. Here is one example'. Miss  pubJiic buildings���������unless used for de-. H_ttie B. White, Whitehall, Ont..  lensive, purposes���������should be spared }.MV_*���������"Soone two years ago I became  as far as possible.       u'uea a place is | VPTy muoh run down  '.Were father, mother and brother  Jack going out while he was put safely to bed? That was the question  and oh! how to find out.  Stay! A thought suddenly struck  Master Bobbie, aged six, and he called  to orothet* Jack to come at once.  Brother -Jack came and waa hugged  violently for two or three moments  anid then thrust on one side.  Call mummie now! demanded Bobbie .  Mummie was called arid subjected  to identically the same treatment, except after pushing her away from  him, Bobbie looked steadily at her,  triumph struggling >?ith sorrow ia his  face as he exclaimed.  There! I knew It.- You are all going out without me! I can: smell  fresh soap on your faces!- Y  sort for their .conditions may be selected.'".  Each application must be separate  ami must be signed by the applicant.  Oflly one sample of grain and one of  potatoes can be sent to each farm.  Applications on any kind of printed  form cannot be accepted. If two or  more samples aro asked for In the  "same letter only one wilt be sent.  As  the ^supply  of seed  is limited,  rarmera .are..;'ad vised, to- api������y -Barly; 1  but the applications will not nocessar  lly be filled    in   the exact   order   i'  which they are    received.        Prefei  en-36 will always he given to the i_os*  thoughtful and explicit requests.    Ap  plications received after the end of  January will probably be too late.  All applications for grain (and ap-  pKpations from the provinces of Ontario and Quebec for potatoes) should  be,addressed'Vo the Dominion Ccrc_!-  ist. Central Bxpepi���������lental Farm, Ottawa. Such applications require no  postage. If otherwise addressed delay and disappointment may occur.  Applications,' for potatoes, from  farmers in any other province should  be addressed (postage prepaid) to the  Superintendent of'the nearest Branch  Experimental Farm in that province.  Awful Asthma Attacks. Is then- a  member of your family?who is in the  power of this distressing trouble"? No  service you can render him will equal  the bringing to his attention of Dr.  J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy. This  remarkable remedy rests its reputation upon what-it has done for others.  It has a truly wonderful record, covering years and years of success in  almost every part of this continent,  and even beyond the seas.  THE'ALBERTA'HOTEL I  an. mm a im av .   nriiVTMitn- r*        I  -      . s  A t-svtf doors south or u.f.n. uwpa*  ,      m\htaa $i.60 to $2.00 par *4������y  Culeine unaxe������il������4l  Ha. ana evict wster In ev*ry raaax  Hotel   practically   Firopreef  All Outcido Room*  captured, the victorious foe is entitled  to seize art treasures and so on, and  to hold them to ransom. To injure  or destroy them would be the act of a  vandal.  When a country is invaded, the Invader can compel the inhabitants to  supply him with food and other supplies, and to act as guides, workmen,  and drivers.  A person who, not belonging to any  recognized military force, takes up  arms against an invader is liable to  be shot like a dog when captured. Retaliation is sanctioned by the customs  of war. It Is military vengeance  and takes place when an outrage  committed on one side is avenged by  the commission of a similar act on the  other.  Thus, an unjust execution of prisoners by the enemy may be followed by  the execution of an equal number of  prisoners held by the opponents.  Ol  Ol  ?  an    ad  The Cheec*/ Ad. Man  N_w Merchant���������How    big  "Vould  ynii advise?  Aftvi-yUsing Man���������That depends on  S������ow n-iiny tons of cu_tomei- your  aitor-v* iloor will sustain. You would  won.' want 'em to break through Into  ���������JiVi i>;)l;ir, of course.  Th*' man who has a photograph of  todf* wife und kids on his dosk may'bo  ������t nr-.i-lmental 1st���������hut he's a depend-  mblo Kiwt of a coot.  Sabbath Desecration  Tn Illustration of Uhe dreary Glasgow Sunday a lecturer told this story  of the late J. L. Toole. He was leaving his hotel in Glasgow one fine Sunday morning when the Bun, was shining brightly. As ho was strolliiiig  along George Square a policeman  eyed him suspiciously, and at last approached and said:  Ye had better tak' caro what ye'ro  doln".  What .am I doing? Inquired Toolo.  j(nd added with a merry wink, why,  I'm not. even whistling.  No, ri>pllAtl the Glaswegian In solemn and reproving tones; but ye're  looking almost aa happy as 1f It wove  Monday.  doctor who told me that it was a _a-d  case of anaemia and nervousness.? I.  had most of the symptoms that accompany this trouble, such as headaches,  a tired Reeling, poor appetite, and pallor. The doctor'- msdlcine did not  seem to help me and then I began  changing from one medicine to another, but with no better results..  Finally af the suggestion of my mother I decided to try Dr. Williams*'Pink  PHIs. I- got two boxes and by the  li-me I had taken them I began to feed  better. This cheered me very muoh.  and I continued ustang tihe Pills until  I had taken nine or tern boxes, when  I was again enjoying the very best  of health, and had gained in weight as  well. I.have proved In my case that  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are a cure  for anaemia, and can recommend  them, to similar sufferers."  Sold by all medicine dealers or by  mail at 50 cents a box, or six boxes  for $2.50. from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  .-...- ���������  Used, according to directions, Dr. J.  TV  ���������'   TA^nllo���������?���������^r,^'   T"*'tTaA*1������vro.>.xr     Orifrl,"���������1     will.  ...  . ��������� ^w������~^ ^7^7   w       .���������. d *" ...... -^* ' ..f... ...... .       . . ...  o''"���������Vay'j"!   t^lija-f  It,   ������Trt���������  titia-aI������������������ -jwivir���������  fr.mrY,  qQ  summer complaint? Whenever the  attack manifests itsedf no time should  be lost in seeking the aid of the Cordial.     IL wili'.auL' iiuuiedi������lely    uii    tlie  stomach and intestines arid allay the  irritation and pain. A trial of it will  convince anyone of the truth of these  assertions.-  A phyisici-n tells a story of a philanthropic doctor in a Pennsylvania  coal mining town who presented each  household with a nice new thermometer and told the people the necessity  of malnt-lnlng proper tempierajture.  When making his rounds one day-he  observed his thermometer ^hangi'Tig in  the Toom. He enqulre-d of the woman of the house if she had remembered his instructions.  Indeed, ������iir. I do, was tibe response.  I hang the thing right up Khere and  I watch it carefully to .see lit does not  get too high.  Good, exclaimed the d-ootiOir. And  what do you do when the temperature  rises above 70 degrees?   .  Why. sir. answered the woman, wlbh  the air of * one falitJhful to a trust,  when it gets too high I take it down  and put it outside until it cools off.  A Matter of no Importance  Little Kitty, with arms spread well  across tlv������ S.jst le, and with little tongae  well out, was bending over a piece of  paper, on which she made queer ani  illcgics.! dots and marks.  Darling, cried her mother, as she  came into the dining-room and found  the curly head so low over its task,  what.are you doing?  Oh, just w'ritiiig,' iu iiij: frleu-d, LiUiie  Smith! answered Kitty quietly, and  r-esuined her wayward scratches.  Her mother suppressed?a laugh as  she wathed ��������� the earnest little dashes  scrawled across tha white paper.  Then she finally sail, trying to speak  with as much inditf arence in her voice  as had her little daughter;  But,, dearest, you don't know how  to write,-'-do you? v?;';:���������������������������.-������������������?���������,'.���������<?''���������'';'';..  No, mumsie, replied the small  scribe, as she glanced round pityingly  at hfir parent. But what does that  matter? LlHIe Smith can't read.  II  Everybody likes the  W_!������FR WXm  a m i aa.fi-.a.js-ia*    a.a.*g%rajmmt  "The House of Plenty"  I  TADAMTA'C  CAMATTC  H-VFRI  -viueiiCSIi 3Ilia _-4U_Gp6<���������.1 PiSIiS  Geo.   Wright &  Mack Carroll  ' Proprietors  CATTLE  tX9   Robert  this   paper.  FATTEN QUICK.  ER  ���������take on weight faster���������  mako better beef���������when dehorned. Cows give more  milk���������and half the danger in  shipping by l-ail or boat is  eliminated.  KEYSTONE    DEHORNER  does the work in 2 minutes.  Cuts from  4  sides  at once.  Write for free- booklet.  R.   H.  McKENNA,  St.   Toronto.   Ont.   Mention  Minard's  Liniment Cures Colds.  _.o.  The average woman knows more  about her neighbor than she knows  about iher_elf.  fcflElM.  e=4ir\AJ^%AUN4ia#  WSB aa am. _ m*    ������  ������������������an*    aaMs   (J  &UTT-_iii  _____^__ '^ti'ti     :.-i..  AH grocer* 25c. ib.  Tin    Y     I  <_^ps_i_-^- av  8j^__^s____^___i  ?Ef your::,JQ<^j^;4oesyn!i^ sell f  -n-iirani-Vf.   ;_. giagg-  m   -ifitirhrifiiB  BRAND CLOTHES  _aaJo*j  see the other fellow  The siiniiner girl has  C-Vot of tho cuddlctiomc  resigned  girl.  in  T\Vu POINTERS UK !',G'-V  TO CURE A GOLD  When vou hsriiii to Bi'ift' nnd f_*-l a  tburmuf*; .st-u.iatioti in thenuKal paKsaj*-"*.,  -wr when, a ticV-lin-^ irritation in 3our  tLhloal tilurl.1 yua 1 out-liiug, tli������ first  ���������*mp������-.rtnnt thintr H to ;tcl at one*. Il's  lhe- Vit'cl fled cold tli.it iji-coinc, trouble-  ������4������Anii- aini liaiiurroti',.  Tn,* .-.^i'i,:iil"ir.ipr.rt.*int thin-."; to do u  In t;ii;r; Xa-nru-Co Syrup of i.inr.ecil,  Iu.i������^')'i<"*' !U"fl '.'. h!/"irmly nc\ ji Tit 1 l:rfj> it Up  ��������� i JI tho i-.iilil ili������aj-.]ii'Jirs trutirdy.  N.'i-l iru-Co {".ynipf-jf LiiiM*;i*il, I.icori'-<T  ii.ru'i I'lilororlynft i*. nl^oiutfly fri-ir from  Vmvr"..in! I'.rtifv^ a,-'l ran safi-ly hr y'.vi\  ���������Rvrn t'i TiKnlrr.it'-'v younir chilt!r**n.  Ul .is plr.v.in'. i;v.tt:ijj and (jinrli aclttn',  ii������ri-ir.V|iili- rrlirviiij' thtr Irritation of th*-  M.A.4A4.4I ^l.li i.',,-.. I *..,, 4���������..������������.... i.^, ..."  ���������Jfirtjruii,   jirfjitif.ti:.)'   expectoration,   -uul  -.)A*-ir.j;'.!:-..'i:!.  Voi4l   iliui:>{: sl.  it.i;������   N.I-Dill Cti  r"������^'J -1J1  ���������'.4*1 !,iiisr-r<t, l.ii'inii-r> uiiil (I)ilorofiy������>i* in  j������;v.. utui ','*:  liottli".,  or ������-4������n <puv:kly j;i-t  ���������     I .-��������� I ",- ... r ���������  ,    . ...,l������,l    J,"   ������ l> ,.    K|, I  I.,",     ,|  -ml  <Jlii*iiiii:ul    Co.   of   C.wtjt.il'1,  The prisoner la discharged.  What's tliat, judge?  You -are discharged. I say.  But judge, l pleaded gurUy.  I can't holp that.    Go on away.  I pleaded guilty, your honor, nnd  f*nilt.y i wiiih, -uul I ihin- I' 011 gill, to go  to jail.  Will you kwp Gblll? Tho court Is  done with your case.  Tli- Iii-i-i'm-iii, charged mo with ua-  .T\;.', poli'.onoutt fl*ivnr������ ln oorln. wnl.nr,  jiultio, and I certainly did. Now I  wtiiit to pay Iho penalty,  Onco anul for all, my man. I ordor  ,\tni to ������|iill. bot.hr.ilng this court. You  111 : i- i !,:ir;;r ,1 with :'.|-i\'llcr:U'.n"* "oihv  wiii.T. The I'V'lilnnco showed that,  you laliflloil your bottln.-i nody wnlor.  'Ih.it. ldtrt you out. 'I'horo i������ no law  iignliiBt putting inijiiirltlots In w>dy water,    Tho law refers only lo soda wa-  H'!\   Hll*.  I   Inn!   no lutontlmi   of evading t-ho  lavv,  Judg'i. 1   Hpolt  It soily  t.lit'oiigli  li'iioiMiico. I'ltu't. yan isoiitl hid up for  a nvinth or ������io?  ..... :.i;-. i.'.i   r-i,    ,   ,���������\ ���������.;���������,;���������.;��������� T!v !:;'.'.'  hi 1I10 law ami k him huvo to ih-fond II  1 fnyi! viohH'iitM ������"iiU<Mr. throw thin  I p. i .,'i;i lii'o Un- r.troci .  Matter of Taste  He was the sort of young men who  takes a girl out and talks a lot of  pretty things, but novor dreams of buying anything, not everi a penny bar of  cocoa-nut taffy. Thoy had been walking out together for quite a Mme, and  she was getting a bit tired of It. Ono  evening they came to a pause outsldo  a gaily decorated confectioner's shop.  Look, darling, ho whisperod gushingly,  I can seo your beautiful sweet face  qulto clearly In  that window.  But sho was determined on making  a change. That's all right, George,  about my sweot face, sho said, coldly,  I'm tired of .hearing about it. I wish  you'd remember my sweot tooth now  and then Instead.  Wilson���������Why do you roll your cigarettes?  Nelson���������Well, old chappie, I must  take some exercise, you know.  1  A Treat  Anytime  Andrew Carnogln tells a talc about  taking a Goi'iimn iliiiinicler travelling  in America on a vipit to Niagara Falls.  Tho millionaire, acciiBtomod to out-  hurnto of wonderment and enthuslnnm  wns not a Uttlo astonished to boo his  Ton tonic frinnd s-tand and gnxo stolidly upon that roaring cataract without evincing the faintest emotion.  Filially, iniablo as ho admits, any  longr-r to conceal hlfl chagrin and disappointment Mr. Cnmoglo turned to  his companion nnd askod:  Ilon't you tli ink that's a wondor'r.l  P.lflH?  Vot? naked tho German.  Wliy, thnt gigantic body of w.tter  pouring ovor that lofty  nicclplce.  Tlio goiitloman from tlio fatherland  stood for 4i few sccondf- longer, then  loojcoil up blandly nnd ankr-rt:  Voll.    Vnt'B to binder It?   '  Crisp, delicately  browned  Made to Measure  The traveller was waiting at the  little countryside station when he was  suddenly startled by a Bharp ringing  of a bell.  Instantly three of the railway employees ranged themselves up in a  line on the platform, and stood at attention .  A moment later a locomotive flashed by with a single carriage. Out of  the window of the carriage a man  was leaning. He made hurried notes  in a pocket-book as he passed.  The traveller marvelled greatly, and  inquired of the station-master the  meaning of the strange scene he had  witnessed.  That? replied the official. That waa  Iho company's tailor measuring us tor  new suits.  Then the traveller wont mnd nnd  promptly bought a station sandwich.  Very Evident  An old bon-vlvarit who kept a flnie  establlflhment rocelved a visit from  his maldon-aunt, Ho took great pride  In showing her over tho placo and  pointing out Its many treasures, remarks .Llpplncott'o. Ah a upeiolnl  favor ho lot her havo a Rllmpae of his  famous wine cellar.  You're tiho first woman who has  over pot foot ln hero, ho Bald.  Gracious. I eltotild say I was, Bho  ���������roplied. Why the place is full of cob-  webn,  Whon anyono wiyu lo u wlfto man*.  Tflii't. Unit   the  ho-Ht  way?  ho always  l.'H'.r.'  !     i.dw.nrd  cleaned   up ?1 ���������>,���������������������> yoHtcr-J  I  Man'- -'i hoy l-vi oequirfMl hoitw vrry  Himtl linhll'' hy not following I"' "'  fooU'U'iiH of bin fnilicr.  1. .1.1  V  .11  W.N.U.   020  l  ��������� ������i    rt'-Lfif TTow iHfl ho do 1 ��������� TS  Kdwiinl Oil, ������������:iwy onnup.li. llHerl  nm* of ilM'1'i* new machlnen for wuhIi-  Iih*;  hunk  notoH.  ������,'���������������������������-.������-���������������������������  I   Inlwt.  Cow������"  0*i*f*f.t    tn  Post  f������1 X*  Toasties  Ready to serve without  further cooking by adding  cream or milk.  Often  U8ed   with   fresh  1  or canned fruit.  ?V^ER IB. B IT - ?V;_NfOl L  THE WORLD'S BEST WOOD  POUISH  Cleans and disinfects eveTythJn*-*  in your home from tbe cellar to the  atUc. Put it on your dUBter and  dust Hardwood Floors, Woodwork.  Linoleums, Pianos, Furniture, (etc.  Makes everything Just like new.  Money refunded if not satisfactory.  Made by the  DOMESTIC SPECIALTY CO.; Ltd.  Hamilton, Canada  Wllllo tiho r.ew Grand Trunk Pacific  lio-tol in Kdmonton has boon christened after Sir .Toh-n A.   Mniedrvnalnl the  Great Canadian ntatenman It In alno  nald to ha a fact that tho original twitter lm the Albertan Capital was a man  named   .Tohn   Macdonald,   who  camo  from Garth at the cIobo of the olght-  eentih century and  e������Uibliwh.'d  what  In to-day a thriving oily of BR.OOO boforo th- Hudson's Bay Company erected Its fort, and trading station on the  hankn of tho Saskatchewan Itlvdr., It  U said that he cru-aacd the plaiiiH with  nn ox tejim In (ho uummor of 178!) and  locatod' on  a  farm  over-looking  the  river, within a stone'B throw ot what.  in new the principal   bnnin^aH   thor-  ou'.t.lifaro.    TluiH  tho  "Chateau   Macdonald," will have double nsHoclatlons  amd  a link with  the  hhilory  of the  city ln which lt in H-Hunted an woll nn  v/lth tho hiHtory of tho ontlro Dominion, '       '  When Papa Sleeps  When my pa'a awojee he_ etlll,  Dia like you and me,  Never makes a bit of noise  Din etlll aB ho can ha.  But when ho goes to eleep, oh,  Ho makes suoh a clatter  Bearers you almont half to death  Wond'rl-B what's tho mattor.  First ho gives a growl or two,  Then begin- to rtirmblo;  Then lotB out a enont or two,  Then he'll groan and -rumble.  Wonder If piVb broke Inside,  Or boon Bolting rustod,    >  'Spoct I'd batter havo him ilxcd  Or he'll wake up tmflted.  AH young wklowo are rot merry,  but -norao of tiliom will bo If tho mon  ������ay yet*, boforo leap yoar onda.  'The Memory fAngers'*  Tho   Ktrcmuouii   mini at or   "SLipc  reMtflon hy tho pound.  I i  n.!<e*ri 11  |lw  V.M,.A.*VA.^.A  f   4..U  Xt'lmAmf..  I Xmmmmmmm ���������������  Tne Playing of It  Town Nnnd T,ender���������This 1h great,  Most of tho audlonco In woepln'.  Olfoo player Aw, ! hot it ii-n't the  BonUment or tho pieces-It'n tho way  wo played tt.  Nat.uriilly an uctre-Hri thlrika -ahe'H a  -star When who'H praluoil to the kUIoh.  Stic Had Such  llinl It wiiit ���������perfectly evident  thnt ������ho lined BNAl', tho  orljrlniil hrtnd  clcniKT, to rr-  HiovetheiTrlme  of liotiBcwork.  Xti'iiid clcnner.1  by any other  imiiie tlu imi'  Hincll iu iiv*i*et.  A vnl tl r n 111<-  imitattuiiu, uiwl  ���������reniftnber th**  JUIAIUC 0<4  ^aammm     aaam    aam ___ ^^���������^^^^^^  SNAP  ^i^ju^^^ij  iiitiiiiN"ilii'iiliii_Iiiiiri  m.-atK^A**!)***''*"!*'*  mmmaamm  tms;ms\wss3 -.- \  A<:  B^TrliCTlOt-l  my}^m0^.mn&m  ?&ti-$M������-M$z:!?90^^^--  ''.IS  :t .^ti -  titiititi.  [ti^i^^yO^^ti-Xi^'^^:^^^^.  ti'- ti^^Mlaeeti Y^V^^^^^Iisi^l^l^^  ^?^?H^*^^^^^^  ?.?::'8eii,gY!^  Y^fFil*^  ; .iropt^iiiam - can; h^dle grain faster  :.'?th&ri aii the saiiroadscan'���������:,bring it to  : t&^; _iefad^ of the lake, according to a  :   at*?it_meht? triade; by Fv ��������� vy; - YXoung,  :geh^  - ���������'. Clearance Association ti: y  ' YtVif? 'Youiigstatea that there is no-  tibi-g'iri i^e present situatiohto Inspire a pahicky feeling and that while  ?there is "a?jar__ quantity: of .grain in  *���������' strife '^barb,: -t/here-Ms*'-still.: room for as  Will Carry 60;dC0,000 Bushels of Wheat  ? Y*y?^^f"|;;|^V?er:-s!i!r2yfc?S^i^'^'^-fs^Is������1Y:1yti '���������::? ?Y?  :,?!ES<uiionto9. ?-���������With in ?. three '' -years'  tiine?wbre?t^  wsstea-ri ?^'e4t-.''-will''':b^:'-nding-.' its way  fto'*^: -Jri&ri^^ :':by -way  ^of?:th_; Hhd_6n's Bay ??:Rail way and  r&ori-.v Nelson If": present --expectations  are -dialled? Said RY H?? McNeil? secf  rearyTof -the ',?ebmpariy? oil?arrival in  ���������������������������'they CityYfrcwn^th^Ywest in"?company  - with;- -������ri?Letta, ?t&e. Grand- Trunk' Pacific .:cbloridzaUpijuagei^^  It is because the people west  demand it,?he ridded, arid; it Is a moral certainty that the line will be operated Yby; the Government and that  ft will bs one of the most profitable  railroadsYin?the;Dominion. -?  The length of the line from Le Pas  to Port Nelson, oh the Hudson's Bay  Is, SOOriiileS? and today?. 75 miles of  road are graded arid ready for track,  while there:is on hand, a sufficient supply, of steel for..the first 150 miles.  The right Bf way- is cleared .150  miles. ''-ti'titi ���������'.  --���������. Mr, McNeil went on to say that  there ;cpiild be no permanent solution  ibf jtbe blpcl^e problem untlf a new  )*4-._<i������jriATI^  .?.??��������� (ti tititi No w??i Hti prog RE ss;: ^,-v  v/;";;;YV-,;-':Y--'v';Y:i-:;-^  ItZis?Selieyed-. That;?;;.:i^aa#*;#Wi*!l  Demand ;the?;Qa^  been a decline offrom^c. to 4%c.?iri  Chicago. Minneapolis and Duluth, and  '4 dec-Iii.- bf?3c? to^ S^cViinour Wiiwil  peg ihai'  wheat ._  | American  Maryard  Graduate and   Indian Guide  '   Explored Virgin  W  '���������'���������'-??'lHuda'en*i5'^'i^'ay., ':������������������"-'..'���������   .?���������'?.;  ab^-^^^^ hayeYbeeh recorded since May  ���������~ -"- ~ '" -:: -  *i^ ^-,&I*0,'������1*. ,se~ - -*t   lfl07.fi vd>-.-"__-- a half vaars a_o _ -   Six  irfcet.    This brings prices: for  'LES^^YiX'.-'^^  in" ithe-. markets: of the ; North- ::.vY:Y?Y"Y:-???������*^  an -continent to lower;'figures} ..- ti.ti:Zy'yZ'ytiti-.,.;. 'ti+tititi^mtiti^���������'^titi':titi$ti'ti^ti^:mc^t^m  nv&Z"iic>fxri   ���������rttCr'.rii-pVi' ��������� s.Sn������fi ' Mav   _-:    /?';.'-,������:-..^'''''V.-.':--'^  of the ? Hudson's Bay ; by a Harvard  Fortl-fled? Clt^  4-on.nets  *m*es,  to, wn������cnY;r������r^^  broh^rtrTott^^lh^tt-^ rrmn mT   the following were the closing price-  m,?mim^  Como cates Matters. ���������'���������:   ;��������� . u^~ .������~ t-.-..���������a,������ "-/ t__.������ .        principal markets:  Comp I Icates? Matters  Cphsta-tinopie? titi~y Nfazim  muiiii-'uiuro,-.'---.-,..:'-., ��������� ���������  Nearly 1,600,000 bushels is pouring  Into the ?holds qf bqats from the ele-  vatbrs dally. ? YEat-3*'this: year are  much bettor 'ban they were one year  ago, and lake shippers are getting  About all the traffic wilt stand for  moving grain 4owh?the lakes1;-??-.  ^There; i&^^fer?*iittleJ dbiibt ^ ^^^-^^^ ^vTdftd^d he'lif  -the mt>veme^ this year ha* notbeen Qrroed that such an outlet would be  so brisk as it might have been. This  is? 'h"6We^ver.' a  Bhippers, elevator men and transport-'  ation Interests have rip control,: it  ".'is.'claimed-.::: "'T^.Ym^et?,has^beeri?  A falling one.; ? Dealers*? are riot anx*  Jons'��������� .to pell ion a; }ow uiark3t.: On '���������.a  rise grain will be rushed to the market  bat they 4������*e holding it for:. this raise.  Thls^lsi done ilargely in the terminal  elevators: arid it Is this ;f^ thiat is  largely reBpdhsible for the ti-usuaily  large quantity;^riny8tbre?h^re.Y .     -?'-  '���������:. (; Zrrho ������������������ ;toial-: ��������� storage? ������ai>a?ity: Y?f,; the;  iermiriarfeievator pmiiite Is eatlnjated  .- ���������������������������at: ;25,000,O^Obushels. Y^ ??--':��������� YH'^v:-?  . -That a general grain*- efiiiii.rgo ;sias  not been placed hy Wie C.P.R. Iii the  west was the^ ������tatemeht by.IJ. .C.'..Cp.i*?-.  man, gen-?ral ��������� supCrlntehdent of the  roa4, andYR.?A? Morgan; ahperihtfend-  '.?^?^t.?F-rt:-William."?������������������ .v������;V :ti:tirti  ��������� ^ey? ai���������_iit *how<#er?,th*it &^restric-  tibii iti- loading has-been placed'equal  YteAthe*c^acitF������>?or?uiaoadiug at the  '.'"��������� 'eleMtori- "etti _,oiit,::' Wililiito'??'''''-:''%''-:'^;-'''-  V Ai present tihe C.PaR." hs-vs.. 8,000  ', cars eo' rdiiteYhere.-��������� aiid can unload  between 600 dri_ 700 cars a day.   The  ,-:?f^bj^^y?-ls-^oaaiiig' -in: .t&���������5?;jwe9t',.:ja.bput-  ^600^ <Mtra? da-jr^with the ?ititeutibh of  increasing^thc juimber ^s :socin' Jeis? the  ���������   situaSkiii/is irell^veBr? &-.- '���������-'' ���������?y?'-' '���������-���������  ..-���������^^ ^^#ev^r"-tibe etey&to^meh state that  ? abb_t?^|BO0^aYbiMielsY^l^ tb  "--������������������������������������ Kg-flhjTirt^fj dfiii*0-, in order to h&ve the  ti  elevators iixii goM?ehapp ;by the ��������� close"  '���������������������������: of navieatibn.^;- ;:':v ti- ��������� ti .-i vY-?^--':  provided by the new railway.  It "Should be T,,e~sible to lav dowii  Scotland anthracite coal in the prairie provinces at $8 a ton, compared  :wlth?:the- present price of something  like; $12 a ton for Pennsylvania.  The tl*0i000,<i(jp C?P. R?' Loan  to be  ���������::'-?:Y.Y?-::v:?^:^ls8ued?-:Jan?.;;;2..  Montreal. -^-Definite announcement  is made that "the Canadian Pacific railways will make; the issue of ?60,000,peti  common ^ock?auth6n  ial :iges*jeral mfeetlng bf the shafehpld-  ers: ia^?micwith, early in; the Cotning  year^;.':.'���������'-;.The^ new Mock; it������:; tie full  ambunt-uthorizedby the meeting will  be ^offered to shareholders of reeprd  ^���������t:?3?i)'?m.; on Thursday, January? 2,  *n������-t,f-the right to. subscribe to expire  on?:Thursday,- February 13???: '',:-V??;-:  ,T^  ed iait $17S a share? ? The-re: wa,s some  ?exp^tatioBr:^atYth^;';YaMPu  with regard to the new Issue: would  be?made?-aft^r -the monthly- meeting  of the board of directors a week ago:  yesterday. ; The failure to makeithe  anripun^tMntYwas? generally ascribed  tb'vtShei-uricertaiiaty? prevailing- Jh-the  toanci-l?ii^rk_ts,iabtoadY'h^ annar-  ently the delay? was pnlytemporary.  comraander^n-chief ? ?bf ti the ? Turkish f  army;. Izet Pasha, ctii e������. of the. geneval  staff of the war office and later command er-ih-chief In Yemen, and Chaden  Beyy counsellor brrstat^,??haye't������een  appointed as Ottoman? plenipotentiaries for the negotiation of iari?armistice  with the Bulgarian repres.entatives.  The question of peace, buiks largy  in the foreground? The fact that the  official communication with regard to  the Buigari-nYrepiy issued at both  Constantinople and. Sofia make; no  mention of prellmiriary conditiohs, has  given riBe" to Comment, aa .it Was^generally expected that Bulgaria would  insist upon fixing a basis before consenting to enter upon negbtlatibhs.  ;���������-. Indeed the!,beiief was ?yery??general  that Bulgaria woiild demand .the capitulationof Adrianople and other fortified? places and the fore! gn ��������� minister  recently stated to the ambassadors  that Turkey would refuse to entertain  any suoh stipulation.  Apparently Bulgaria has found good  reasons?for refraining from such an  attitude, especially as; the entering  upon pour parlers will not compel the  suspension of hostilities until the .armistice-has been actually ��������� sighed.  As has already been? pointed ; but,  the question of cholera complicates  the issue at Tschatalja and it isrumpr-  ed that thg Bulgarians wars retiring  to more sanitary positions near Tsoh-  orlii.   .'���������    ���������-:..; -.,-?��������� ���������.-'-['.:'.������������������-���������tititiZtiti  - The Porte: has.; applied to the? embassies and legations fbl"* ? the ? withdrawal of the naval ebntingents"; land-  , home in Davenport? Iowa. ^,  PaBha,      Mr. Obprholtz^Ywho has spebt?a'  f; years ���������. ago>::   Six  yearsago tbblay. Nov.eniber 19th?.19(J6.  couple of seasons ���������,?pXploring the 'extraordinary water: routes in the Rainy  river valley Of Fbiir- Traders, left Le  Pas, ori the Canadian Northern railway, With Billy? McGee, his Indian,  from Fort FA*ahcisi: at ;the end of June  arid .followed the route via Reindeer  Lake -that' Was taken by? Mr. Tyrrell  in 1894 on his/second trip through the  barren -lands for the Geological Survey to Dubrbqhel,; the-; last mission  station?-'"���������- ��������� '���������--���������. "������������������ :-ti:-,---'--TY'?i--:?';-??--?-:  No-'-'.'.Indians'. Were procurable ?and  Oberhbltzer? rejected ?ad.vipe?tb ?turn  back. Finding, Tyrrell's maps ?were  without a flaw, he went nortli to. Sandy  Lake, where :he left TyreU's route to  follow the Thlewiaza-river, to :the bay.  For .400, miles the ?rpute was ? where  no wliite riian had ever been seen;  including the traverse of Nutbeltin or  Sleeping Island Lake, which Samuel  Horn crossed on the way to the, Cop-  ^.~;���������������  nn���������,..u.. m   '^^itj\   ���������. ��������� ������������������  Part pfthis lake: is In the treeless  regions? and oh the way down the  river, which is full of rapids, he saw  innumerable caribou.  Hudson's Bay was reacheid about  125 niiles north of Churchill on September 14. An Jiisquimaux haDpened  to be at the? mouth of the Thlewiaf'.a  with a?whale boat, in which; the trip  to Churohill was. concluded. ThCnce  to York the trip was continued in the  canoe.  York was left on October- 1st very  late In the aeasc-n. Thi*y arrived at  Norway House a week after: the last  boat for Selkirk had left and the jour-  nrincinal markets:  New York. .,  Onicago   -..,  Minneapolis ���������  Duluth .'..'.  Winninej- ..  jiQec..  ?82^_  ;jT4. ti  yis%  73%.  May  85  79"-_  81  8QVa  77%  ; YVVe hope that'we shall not see these  Alices repeated this season, but it is  not an ImDossibility if .--.tire world's crop  orosDects should continue in the dl-  rectlbn of nrovidihg- a supply above  normal current requirements. The  world _ wheat crop of 1906 was tihe  ^rkest?bhi record up to that time and  was e&tima.t������d in round figures at  3400.000.000 bushels. The world's  crobs of1907 and 1908 v?ere .eachestl-  vpaated at 3100,000.000 bushelsYwhioh  doubtless?did?nbt of thehxseiyes prb-  vldeenou^Jfpr. each year's requirements and ihencethere were. restrictr  ed?:ahd dwludlinc;supplies iand higher  Text; ;������^??tb^Yu^iQnif Mar k^x^-Ji^aS?;?..,....  ?M#������ni^;^or^^^  . : .twai-ii:^ z<&ti'X *^[tiytiti.^%^?T^^}^^ti&  ' '-'Pt-pa rctii? by. -;>\enr; titiutitiM:.ti&i&vn&titi0  ' [ -. t'or^a?-!!^^'''whil^r:he^ybii^  haa, iOuc_e������i? lu a hew? v^i.'^y^tuflfle;;::?;?  Vnxio. Baa uuiie 'My:eu?o?ii;;fe^'ia,-::jOUt, 'ii^o?^??  o-ceii jo-g aosenc ironi it, oats oy ueatto :���������  aao   ojit-   oy   tianbii*aoxi?:;?\vaeii-,?w^ '?  rjaea  aud   traniiai^d; .'saints? shiiii? 09? ??  riiijAji-g. wim vc.ariaii.?'iii:.:fi4_?'KJJi^iibli^:.?,?i  ; (.fvb**... v.  y, ;i0|' "sx??4,);,.'toia?wiit?jyj:6b-^'?'?  a.AJAj- be the urain_ry,?ev������rj������iay::ow;^*? :  ic������uv;e everywnei-e, tue?New Jei^aieisi???  -mini Jieaveu ^uh lutitiP^tifmliti^&i^ti^Zyti  ptrr<^t accord, uJjYgioyiti^  aad redeemed Israel the?hea,?eiiiyLi������idi:?Y?  fcuj-thiy centers of iiid kihgaomrwheii  a   Kjjjg   snau  reign Hayxx^Ui^Uma^&^titi  anq  t_e  work oi righcebuisiiess sjla.ii?  be peace arid the ?na,aoris sukii ieajw������"  war no more (Isa. xxsli, 1, 17; ii?4i?? ?  As the devil was in control acch^.Y  foot of the nipuntain wnen?jesus:;anli^?.?  iuia di-ciples came- down and the?<iisJ4Y  cjplea tnere couid not conquer him, s^?;Y  itvshail' be wiibh jesus iJhrisc?^!!^!!?^::  ^i^^Wp^e^^^K S  ed on Monday on tW ground? that S ^^^^^ &������^-S  their presence is no nectary, while' S p?^r A^iSS .^^i*n6^nS  it is admitted that should danger arise t^���������^ fl^fvfUrn������y?^2'000 miles  Ten Million for Harbor ImpreyemshtE  ti. Ottawa.-T-The :pnblic   works  main  [ ���������estlniateB   this   sessibn   will   provide  there Will always be time enough to  take measures of precaution .  It is generally believed? that the object , of,' the authorities in quartering  _eariy i.-ivo Miuii^aiiu cholera patients  : in jthe? Mosque of St; YSophia Is tpde  ter any en-etriies from entering the  building:-' "-:y- The talk? in tlibv'pofja, papers regarding? the celebratibn, of Te  Deutri^ in that historic :pile uhdoubt  No such trip has been? known to be  accomplished by:two: men and a single  canoe aind many escapes from disaster  were cAperieGeed. ���������-. . Mr.? Gbeholtzer  is making a sketch map of Thlewiaza  and Nutbeltin Lake and bn reporting  the news iotitiPtZ iRoche, the nalnlster  of.; theYinteriorY it- ^was decided to  place   Mr.. Cahlifour,   the :Dominion  t^nr^n^ J^ l^n^-Kr, ^, X  geographer,  in  cominunlcation'    with  edly  produced an impression .on,the' Mr . oberholt^Rr  It is claim**4 that with the boats t about ten  million dollars for harbor  _pw iih -ight^ this : willy be -ppssible.  I_e situation ���������*������ Biiffalaand Ibfe Geprg^  ^aa?BayYPPrtsi: :hpwever,^ wil^S>e.;,a,;;fac-  V**      AAA."   VAT/Ca-IAAAA&     VU.AO % -,U     VaI������J .    <Wm.vv  handle the bbats:������.s fas-t aai -they.ar?lve,  delay in the boats; returnirig?wili natY  ':uraliy?res)U-t..,Y ..?:.;'?..?;:-.;Y.^?-i:.??:?.Y'^-??:-^v.  ?.? T_e '.;capMrty?;bf?rtlie: Yel^vators'-at  ojn??h&ad ?of :?the lakes i^. est���������iulied  ;at?_&Q6d,000; bu^ieiSi but with?? the  ?j. yij,?. j/MWi ..-.in. yst [: \ oaiis:; i U py ;^!svators.  ars unable?to ,5iahdle this ��������� quaritity".'���������'  improvements next? season ���������'���������������������������"at. ���������; St.  John,? N?B?,; Quebec,? Tprorito, :Port  jArthurY^anctuyetV-aiid VictoriaYThe  new terminal schenita?':.at". Halifax will  be :iopked after by the railway depart-  mbriti While -He Montreal harbor im-  p.royements>are financed under -special  arrangement with the; harbor? board.  Turkish Government, which resorted  to. this truly?Orienta.l expedient of diverting .'sticti. a design. ?.???:(.:'���������  . A letter from Drama says that long  hf-forft ths Tiulgsrians approached the  town the authorities, were -s^zed with  panic and besought the foreign? consuls to arrange1 for a peaceful surrender.   ���������:���������.??������������������.?.;'���������'������������������?':.���������? .:���������.'���������'?���������������������������-,,?....':'/,;'?-:  ��������� '  Next day the governor, the military  commander arid. t_.e commander: of the  gendarmes attired in mufti abahdon-pd  the place while '-;? soldiers and ?:-gen-  darm^ didv likewisb? ? ???      ::???:;:..-'  ���������    ^-4���������....   V^ ,4,.   ^ - ������ -.^, ���������^, .  ,_        ��������� ��������� +'  new   tun. wcicurdtiOii  New ?Ybrk4���������New York will Celebrate the-three hundredth annivspsai'v  of the founding of toe first settlement  on Manhattan Isjand. Major Gayrior  so promised in agreeing to appoint; a  committee of, bne-hundred to arrange  for the ceremony. He was requested  to -do so?; by, a representative cbm-  mittee of: citizens? "ihe first-settie-  ment on Manhatteri was established  ' NPvernber,. 1683. *:?;'-Y-'  lv ?Inerea.sinc?v: corisumntibh.      High  nrice3?stimulated .increased  acreage  under wh^t?: and average crop coridi-  tions over the :wbrld (for while some  narts misht have ?short crops, others  had large crops) as a whole, brought  the crbris -of 1909? and    191CT. up    to  3600,000,000  bushels  each,     ine  production for 1911?? showed    some    decrease :in the aggregate? and was estimated at 3,567,000,000 ? bus.       Thb&b  last three years    hove    been    record  years of .world's wheat production and  now comes  the crop of 1912 larger  than any- ot them, likely to turn but  ;370,bop,000 ?bus.   if   no-serious   failure coiries over the Argentine, Australian arid : Indian crops,' now growing,  and part of them hearing harvest. Besides this as we have frequently mentioned, there has been abundance of  othe������r?:grains;? roots and fodder crops  raised especially in the United Sta!t.e&.  Thestijnulus to demand caused by-the?  war in?Erirbpe has dcrie a: great ;deai  in the past -seven we*eks to keep -up  brices,  otherwise the ti decline would  have been more gradual, because the  "fact of its comjing would-..-. have been  more easily  recognized  by  everyone  directly i-nter-ested Iri th e Wheat trade,  for it is only the natural adjustment  of prices to a largely increased [supply  1 compared to what has obtained in the  b'st: three yea.rs.    Tihe weather over  ; the United States and Western <"���������������>-  ada has  for  some  weeks  now  been  riaostlv favorable for; season able fartv  operatioris, 'and   the    threshing   and  marketing of'��������� grain   has ; Drogressed  freely.?^   In   the  United ;States   the  ; ���������prisha-ry -receipts of whe"t since Jvtly  m  the strong man, wnom tne church can|  uot eai-yf-" oiii, auu shut him \up in tiiisj .  pit an-_k*xak8. ooiitrol ot his prbpOTtyY;  tor  till  tneri the  whole  world  shai|  continue   in   the  wieked  brie   asYthQ.  prince of this world.    Let those wbc������Y  would understand take the?trpuble: t^i?  bonder,  With    nrayor'   :g,nti   "mpftfenaaa  arid submission to theYword -of ?Gbd^?  the following passages, "lor--it is ?ali ?  important to understand - this: prese_(  age, its ruler arid his doom:? 1 John^  v. .19, R. V.; John xiv, 30; , Ii:?Cbr;  iv. 4; Ji)ph. iiV 2; II Thess? ii, 7-10;  Dan. vii, 25; xi. 35, 36; xii? 1, 10*  itev.   xiii,   7-8;   xvii,  14;   xis,,   19-26;  ���������,xx. ;i-6'.., ?????:��������� '.??���������; ::ti:;yyy, tititizztitiyy:  Turning back from this ?farawaj!?:  look to the particular? incidents of tiiei  lesson, we note that it is?not in pj^deicY  for us to continue too long -in ony;  place of special priyileigb when ther^  ��������� is' w brk to? be done arid:, pbbpie? iri ?di&.  tress needing us at the ?foot? of^?tih*-:  'hill; Special tlmes^YarifrY placesY b|"  ?speeiab revei���������tions * of Himself- tp:rig  are tb fit us to beYbetter??witne-sse-5i  unto Hiiri ? With: increasing victory  over the world, the flesh and thedevil?  If the pirayer meeting, the Bible clas^:  the, Bible . conference arid such ?ti-raes  and places of fello'w&Mp with Hiiau dq  not enable iis, in the days following?  to show jiiore of ^is preserice;??ari3?  jpbwer in the hoine, the place: of bu&-YY;^  riess> thb social life? where i_ the;beriY Y%|  elit? P_odIs' savi- l/was sh .'blfissji^?'. ;:���������: ZS&.  1. had such an uplif t, it did me :sp^ubbY?|?^'  i^l  ^iW^sti. mi'  jT^*'������������������,^'^--^-~^r^^^^/^^^w^5s*^'s{^^^ i'i-^jx^.",;; JS**'?*-^"^-*  ......... ������'?���������.* i.  To Sell Hpmes? on insurance Plan ?  Moose Jaw,    Sask.���������The    coritract  hat* now beeri clpsed-. wjth :.the-;-Nation-  ^?Cbn������triictipn ?compariy of "Winnipeg  for. the erection bf 100: modern and  medium-priced? residences to be sold  ? ou - the Yinfluraricb; vplari. ? Immediate  ? possesa-lbn Will? !-be? glVerfe purchaser  . wpSu Yhls ftrstY 52kj"������&"t - * 'down, ���������' uhe  general plan of payments being model-,  ~ed af*^r#hei20ryear. eridbwirierit pblic?  : .|es'.'.oi^?the.leadiris'lite?insurance.cpm-  ??paiii&7''T&"tfte deatii of  tbe head of th_ family before comple-  '"' tlbil of piym^ritB, a clear title of property goes to the widow.    A special  ��������� VfieaAure:of the -sales plan-: Is an allpw-   arice'"6| $l00 in favor of mafrlecl couples,* this suiri to be deducted from, the  . purchase price for each birth; occurring in the family after 'taklngi possesion.    The prices    of    the    proposed  houses will range from $3,000 and up-  wardu?   The Imperial Bank is to act  aa? trustee for receiving ���������--Initial'   payments, tuyniiig over ?the furids to the  building committee uj^on thg completion of the houses?' The bhnk?after  crediting the monthly paynients will  allow^ purohaiiera '.".3 per cierit: ittterost  on these amounts until they are,paid  over to the builders.    With Interest  and bonuses, it is explained, the -animate cpst of the'houses to the buyers  should bo considerably under the pui-  choao price aa stated.       r': -Y;  PARCEL POST EXTENSION  PPstmaster-General Cona'lderlna Adoption of U.8. 8yetem  '���������' Ofctrtwa^*--- The poatmaator-goneral,  Hon. L������ P. Pollotlor, la eonaldorlng  tihe question of��������� following the lend of  tho United Statoa, of Groat -Britain,  and of other European countries in  regard to tho parcel pant ^ystein.  Canada baa, ao far, lagged behind  thoBo countries In tho matter of adopting a comprehensive parcel post sylitem lu-Pmpotltlon with tbo monopoly  of tbo csprooa companlpq. With the  increase in density bf population arid  tlio Inauguration of a rural -mail delivery, k Is bollovo.l that conditions  ln Canada will noon bo rlpo for a cqn-  ulderablo oxtenalon of tho proHi-nt  very llmltod parcel pout utrangomunis  of tile po&t ofllco department.  , Thp United Statoa postal dopart-  ..irnurl will Inaugurate, on Jan. 1 no.vt,  * parcel post system, with a- weight  limit of 11 ponndti and apCclal ratca  for dairy and farm products for urbun  consumption, Mr. Pelletlor will  ������������������pcbfthly *������*'i!d o.'Hclitl'j ut. Uia ;J. i....i-  merit to tho United 'Htnton during  tho coming Winter to investigate the  ��������� working nut of tho new system with  a -view pf adoptl.iK It at least,In part  of Canada.  Comparison Favorable to Canada     I  WInrilpeg? Mori.��������� Figures just piib-  llahed as a result of recent Investlga-  tiona  serve  to   throw   valuable   light  upon the matter of subdivisions, and  townslte projects In Western Canada.  Itnippea,rs, for Instance, that WInrilpeg  uii'tv iiw a jJuiiuiuLlou of about twelve  persons per <icra inside the corporate'  IlmitB, the present, area beiug 15,000  acres.      There are yet 70,000 acres  to bo taken into the corporation; and  with tho enlarged area there should  be room for a' million inhabitants, the  figure that apreani likely to be reached within the coming 15 years. This  would mean an aggregate area for the  city at the end of that period of 8C,-  000 acres,     ln comparison with tho&o  figures  It is shown  that Now  York  City, for instance, has at the present  time Homo 35,000 auras of vacant land  ln addition to tho ureas built upon and  occupied for business and residential  purposes.     Similar conditions, lt, appears, pro vail In othor leading, Amer-  IfMio eltloH whoro rio qtlo-Htlon ban been  .raised as to the standing of the subdivisions,     it Is uliio shown according to figures given out by thcMcr-;  chants' Association of Now York, that  the municipal debt of that city ls now  ovor i.Ou? million dollars, or uovoral  irilllioiis moro than the entire American National debt,    The fl-jures stated aro ��������� regarded as a telling reply to  thn frequently repeated ehurgos hinting at lecuit'SHiuiss nud high ilnauco  In the onso of certain.Canadian municipal I ties.  Rescued iri the" Nick of Time    .  Vancouver.���������Five days and nights  without fllosp. threo days' without water to drink, wot to the skin during  the whole of that period on a helpless  waterlogged, d-lsmusted schooner, and  then, when hope had been abandoned  and the men crowded Into the only  remaining small boat with huge seas  carrying thera Into the rugged shores  of Vancouver IkUiihI, tho welcome  :smoke of the Canadian fisheries cutter  WHllarivJolJffft hove In sight, and nine  sailors wore enntched from the jnws  of death.  This was Iho oxperlence of the crew  of tho American schooner H. IC. Wood  whoso members arrived here  mornlnig. The schooner ��������� wuh abandoned a wreck on tho Vancouver Island coast. She had a cargo of lumber out of Beillngham, bound for Snn  Pedro, Callff.. nral had sailed November 9.  THE  MARKET REPORT  Weekly Grain Letter Qupplled by  Thompson, 8on������ 4 Co., Grain Merchant*  Winnipeo*  Death nt a Hurling Match  ������ "Driblln.���������tHir|n*j( a burling matcit  ���������at #ro������u"fora,'County Kilkenny, one of  tbe pluycm; named Moachor, fell for-  vfiun auu uiwU oiiu-i lly un.orv������'u.AiA. .v  doctor assorted that death was due to  x o_rditto attack brought oa by oxclto.  nM������nt.  London.���������No  fewer than    204,000  Forty-ona Houri in the Air  Berlin.���������-J. do Fniuc|s, who Is ro-  presejitlrig Uic Royal Aero Club In tiho  Gorrten Bennett balloon race, which  Murturt from Stuttgart, buu liuvdoil at  Kronslitdt, ncvar the Rnumaulaii front-  k'f, afte.r b^lti'T Cn iho '<*r for fortv-  ono hnnrs.  Bnlvation by i-"������i������hloii  Borlln.-"-According      to    PmN'sso-r  TwMftiseh, rector ot Marburg tJnlvor-  Hurrlcnne In Jamacln  , Kingston, .Tainncla,���������The ivostorn,  end of the Island of .Tamaela hns been  devastated by a hurricane Instlng for  live days. A groat tidal wave has  swept ovor both the north and the  south coast, practically wiping out  tho town of Savanna La Mnr and Lucca, bath towna of considerable importance.  Ai-.i-ni-iTiii:-: io a rr-port. hreu-rht by  a steamer, 42 persons wore killed at  Mont ego Bay. Tho const roads have  boon wrecked along the southwestern  coast, and '.nealcnlable damage has  bean done.  Tha latest reports Indicate that the  tidal wave swept over Savanna Ln Mar  and adjacent villages for a quarter  of a mlli������ Inland. The offeclH or the  hurricane   oxtondod   along  the  coast  ,-.������>.-truror-'*!    tr,   1ll,.4������lr    niii.,%*    .tlt/ttt*   *,tij-������������v  ty-tlvo miles from SF-'iinna La Mar.  where 1ho roMKioivtlul quarter was  wrecked.  aencva.���������Throe persons have died  Winnipeg,    Man.,    Nov.    19,���������The  course of the wheat markets during  the past week has been steadily and  heavily downward with tlio exception  of a slight upward reaction yesterday  ciuisod  by    reports    of    unfavorable  weather dn the Argontlno and another  spurt of apprehension over the pollti-  ."^"  c:>l situation iii Europe owing to the  landing of men from the British war  vessels at Constttintlnoplo to  protect  the British and United States embassies in that city.    This    access,   of  strength v-n������ vory short lived in markets on this aide of the Atlantic. Yes-  tordny owing to the abovo strengthen,  ing  reports  Uverpool  after  opening  patty and nllp;h-rly lower than the previous close, had a sharp advanco at  the* close and closing cables camo %������.  to %o. higher.    This caused the Unit-  ed  States and  Winnipeg markets to  advance and  hold strong in  face of  vory bearish weekly    statiutlcs,   and  they dosed with an advance for the  day of %������. in the United states mark-  eit������ and *^c. in Wlnnlneir   Tn������ii������y with  bettor wont her roportH from tho Argpn-  ttu*1 and lens uppreheimlon over-tho political situation, Liverpool was %a. to  Uo.   lowor.  lyt Csintlnental  markols  woro all stronger and closed with advances of %c.  and  %c.  per bushel.  MarketB on Mils side oponorl slightly  lower then advanced Mic. to %c? and  held steady and seoiuIiiKly flmi for the  mom nnrl of the nonHlon, hut towards  the close heavy soiling started in Chi-  cauo and owing to pure lack of buyers  n "j mar sets negau. to nag qown, wiin  tlio resuH tlmt stop-loss orders won*  noon  r*Mu*h'*d. und  tin* inarkotH w<t������  floodiMl with selling ordei'M from which  buvers  haoketl  nwav   imd   In   the  ef-  forl������ to sell, prices worn forced down  1st tb datev have be^-n 183.353.000 bus  against 116,134,000 bus.: in same period last'year, an increase this year of  67,219-OpOL:b-ifS. ?  Last,wpek the Unitr  ed States:vJtsibiesiippl-y^^ sihowed an.in-  Crease ;p| ? 6^670.000 ��������� bufAiels. ;but this  last: liierease .,-was,-riartly  caused; by  including in the y-islblf- certain: ������tocks  of wheat; in store?Bri"^Ib?; which pre-  A'iously it ha-n beeri ���������ihe custom not to  include.        The',,a*JB're?rHT*'   -;UtiSt&d  Stated visible is;?no!^^'f2;i0.3!S.;Od.O. bushels cpmnared with  i57,92LO06 a year  ago.      Others of the weeklv statistics  are also very bear!sh In their. character^ .    The world's shipments.  for  t;ho ���������BTae.'tr were 14,864,000 bushels co-ni-r  Ipared'witih uuiy :7,i520,6oi) bushels a  year ago.      The  qaantlty on ocean  'passage increased. 1,800,000 busihels on  the week  and  riow totals  39,752,000  bushels against 30,544,000  bushels  a  year, ago.     The world's visible supply  according to Bradstreets increased for  the week 8,635,000 bushels against a  decrease of 1,334,000 bushels a year  ago?  ,  The Argentine  crop prospect  continues goodj   altltoiigh   there   are  some complaints about having rain in  the North where it is not wanted and  dry weather in the south where rain  Is needed.     Beneficial rains have fallen *in Australia, and in India the new  crop, prospect is Regarded hopefully.  The new winter wheat   crop .In    the  United States is high In condition at  this date.      In Europe the seeding of  the new winter wheat, is -about completed   and   Us  general   condition  at  this date t-s a fair   average   for   the  time of year.  In our Winnipeg market there has  been coneldera.ble activity during tne  week, for receipts are large, the weather being favorable  for  movement,  and only three weeks at Uie lonjjest to  the clPse    of    navigation.    A    large  amount of veesel spaco is chartered  to load at. the Lake ports, hut what  with stormy weather on   the   lakes,  strikes among Railway employees, and  congestion, of    the    traffic   at.    Home  points, especially at Buffalo, oxportors  and shippers are having a trying season  in    getting    grain    forwarded.  Prices go with tho trend of the market  from day  to day und  tho decline Is  hitting the   western    farmer   rather  hard.      Owing to  the heavy   movement from tflio West and the slower  movement  eastward  from  Fort Wil-  llaim, congestion nt the terminals is  taking place to such an extent that  tho C.P.R,. Is compi-llcd Lo check Uio  western movement by temporarily refusing to Biipply ears at certain points.  Today's cash prices for cars on-ioute  past Winnipeg are: 1 Northern,.81 V&c,  2  Nor.,  78He:   3 Nor.,  75!/.������*   lower  grades not quoted.    Alberta Red Wtutor, No. l. 82c; A.R. No. 2. 70c; A.  R.  No".  3, 7Cc.    Spot wheat Is wtnt'h  "vie   to   vie.   over, these  quotations'.  future''',   closed   Novomber   fl'."%-Mr;  Deoembor, 79%c.-*J4c., May 84%."  Oats��������� *  Tlicrc la still a fair demand for oats  but prices, arc lower and so Irregular  that qudtatlons for cash oats aro not  glvon. Futures closed November  UViti; December 31������X������c; May aH'^n.  Barley���������  'lllio barley markt-t has broken badly  and buyers nro off tho market, Spot  ������T^ - - -      --  Flax  good. Well, thankYGbd, but ��������� now  show it in ycur: life and* you wbs'iY  need to -teli it, arid: If your'life dbej?'  not showii, better say nothing abbrit  it. ... The:spirit through Jariies tpacivea:  ua that YEaith: ?tiaat; is iriere ialH?  amounts tp; npthiog; ? there mustYbq  works cprresppridiiig to bur ?iaith ?for-  . vft,c: ~������������==   vs.   s.'iit_=sS   asu.. UO ��������� nOt.^ Uiin&,c?r>  /stand,;:;: ���������:'.?���������  '.TamIa ri    a o\-4i.;.;. IW.x  ^^:l  us riot leye in word, neither in tbrigue,  but'iri deed /and in truth.      (Jas. ii*;  t John?Iil) ��������� ? The istory of this demon.  lap boy: is. written briefly in Matthe^  aad Luke,  but??mb3t.. suiiy in. Mark? ?   ���������������������������.- wt  Luke ;tells,:us,;that'-'-.he,?:was;^:ari'??onl*j .y:-:'#H  ;chi!d- arid?'ithat>-Wheri'?b8;?wiaS?vhe^e4:r:'-??J#f8  Jesus delivered hiiri again titor^~hi& faitb,Y-  er  (Luke ix, 36? 45)'% An? only chlifij:  given; to JeSns* harids?isi? gi������-p b*e^? ?  better  thau ? When  He  received  hinii,  made perfectly Ywhple.    He   is 'ti the  same yesterday,   today   and   fbre-Ver?  this same Jesus. -.-* ''.���������-...���������?    Y??YY>'??Y?'?'';  Take in this scene as well aa yoni  can���������^-a great triultltudeYa difitressed  faither. a sorely afflicted only child,  some dlsclplee of Jesus truly ,Baved  who had on other occasions wroughV  mli-acles but now are helpless. They  could not cure him.  Did you ever see yourself, ������������������ a ti-u-j  follower of Jesus, yet powerless ?tq  show something of Him to those whq  know Rim npt and; unable to-.help  those who need help? Did ybu' sasr  from the heart: Why could not I���������}  And did you hear Him say: Bocaus**  of your���������'��������� unbelief? (Matt. *vit,'20)-(  And have you been wondering since  If yon really knew what It rnearis to  have faith In God? Then what abpun  the. prayer and fasting nccr���������������sary in  some cases? Oh. how much there lp,  to learn, and how many seem to have  a dumb spirit o^ an evil spirit of ���������some-  kind, that seems too oUen to control  US. -''���������'.''.''     ::',?.?,,.?-���������"������������������;  Brine him hither to me, \i abiu'r.  what He said concerning the bread  when He fed the thousands. Como  unto mo. is His cry to all tho weary  and heavy laden and wo mav well  say: T,ord. to whom shall w> go but  un-to Thoe? (Matt. xl. 28; John vl,  091, This pvi; BnlHt hnd long sou^t  to drstrnv (his cMld nnd now ho niad.i  a* last effort'. The devil has nlwa/������i  beon and nil 11 is a destroyer, a d������>������  vourer. n murderer, but the Lord Is t'ha  lifo giver, the deliverer, tho Savlou*-  Tlear ihe father's crv; if thou canst  rio sTiythlng. , His dlnctplf*,a fnllod,  Could He rt������> better? poonlo who d������  no-t knoxv tho Lord judge H-im by -HI**  followfevH. Are wo hrlnglnrr Hlni  honor or reproach? Jesus rn Id untc  Iilm: If Mioii cuiiisL bellevo, all LblaM  nre po-jMble to hlnj that bell,ev������th,  fvomo 23). Lord. T bnllove. cried tha  father. Jesus rebuked the spirit  nnd commanded him to ooitu* out. of  hhii. Ti*ri** he did so ho r^n* him ���������*o*"������*  nnd left, him r.s one dand, but he d*������������  nartfMl nut of blm. Jesus took Wiw  by the iW.'l and dttort him up, and  be arose and was cured from that  very hovr. Our Y^nrrt dr>r*������ not rrtv-j  the same power to all, but to eaali  one Hevernliy as Ho will,  CZARINA   MAKES   VOW  l-..tv*<"������   "r\1(1   ������i*    40"     *.-m1i\���������  hcitok���������ia   wutii)  iimiiui'iou   u>   uio   Ijuii-I tolly,   un;  uik-iih-jici)  ui   vtuimu   io  uio    in  Hio ^aniAju   vuuu, -WiU.oiniuu, iiou  .1 mm    ^...mt.f   ^...mmll'm   Af.mif.mm   *...   ........    I    4ll..*.,.*rt    ..0   ,1, *,\. Is, ,v    Ift    .������    I, 4. -111 Ha a f   ml m^.    fi,      Mi.n.i      A*,|.4AwA4l     m mr.     m.,*r\mtmmf     ,mr.,mi     4%. n  More than GO por cent allowed tftWc-' .wfoMAe culture w-iuch save* the hu* I wilfcot������   of  taking   ariuff   which   wai  nl defocU. j man race frotn m*>ral aulclde. ,        { found to contain 3 per cent of load.  Implores St, Nicholas to Restore Her  Son to Health  Homo.--By direction of tho ctartnn,  o woman of hor court has visited th*j  rihrlnrt of St. Nicholas at'BarI, south-  i em  Italv diu-lim  tho  past   fow davM.  and caused a vow to bo made to tho  _,     -, ���������.,   . .     ,      ,       ^ ,,    , i saint for the recovory of her son.  The flax .-nark-t s also d������morallz*d J ���������, Nloholas Is the patron Halnt. n*"  and buyers t,t oai*. flax are oit tlie������ U,IHM,��������� ftnri ,��������� nXM regarded as the  market. U>mporarily. FuturoH closed ,,no(V.a, j.rotf.c.ior of children. Santa  Novotnber J2jc; 4lkM>������jrirnbor Jl2c; May   cjtuis is a ������onuptIon of MUo Dutch  -J-JmC.    Ul   ..I-.,    llltilt.il     >tOltJluil-4  M   lltnnr, I  I llMIll   All.    1>.H.UI>I*114.   VVUkUU    VVVlll  ut   Um  K...A    m..nm,r.m,\,%    altniil    ������V/>       *,^    M f.       I...I         *U    ���������t*-!.-..,,       vt-tjitifittwimjt       n\\nv0. nmix I nM.    ...������������l,������    .,,,141,    4*4.^.    "T1..4/.1.    f.nlAwi������in  1                                                                         ��������� ��������� m   '   '        " .-    .                                ��������� .   -' '     ���������            , ....    .                                                                         ,          -.   v ���������. ,, , ��������� .. .4m"������  th*** time the closing gong sonndod.   based mi delivery In store Fort Wil-1 and roturn*d to England lu Its how  Thus on the week wo find there has | Ham, Port Arthur *nd Duluth. j familiar form.  '  --���������--Ma-a-i______-_-_ai_^  iiiiiiiii^  iiiiiigiMlaaiiifLB  .'.*??'.?>ff?-iff R* _"E_���������i  *T������-J-*  *. _,������f4,",l  a-������o _* *a*T������rfc K_  ^^P^MiiM-_MMPN-)tA-nM  *���������������**> .*���������* xx> ������v ,  nrai?Q'"i������/iM'  ���������>v*ii������u.4.yi.**a ,  J- Cm  X3.. V**  jE-B&mB^WWWa ���������-*-W-f_Kff^w^m-a^-������_>* er r iB-We."*  'lf->      Xi  -Ei_i_SMB5?B_ii_f ^  ������������ ���������> w <o*v a hbbBhh tst*e-������l  SSB  NOEHWEAH  ���������Unshrinkable Combinations.    Made from choicest wools���������fits  smoothly aad  snugly to every line and curve of the figure���������yields freely to every movement. No  rough seams-each s earn being bound.    The next time you wast  ask for underwear, ask for HeWSOS-'o  Unshrinkable.  ti%%:  m Rriictfin iirlmr xiiniii  BILLIARDS AND POOL, HOT OR COLD  BATHS, CIGARS, CIGARETTES AND  CONFECTIONS.        RAZORS    GROUND  --i^tt-?    47L, R ���������  1 SA  ^ 8  V  I  WATFIF1 H P  a x  a _  Church Notices  Sabbath School  aOu aieb*vciCojuo io  I SOWING MS WILD OATS j  REAPING A HARVEST OF SORROW I  I          _������������iJi>  .*_���������?-���������sarr���������    SEK������T*r���������,  1 )���������������������������������u ���������   xa\r0/%S'S  - "L���������v_EB-���������  i&^HRl^P  How many young med  can look hack on their  early life and regret their  misdeeds. "Sowing their  -wild oats* * in various -ways.  Excesses, violation of nature's la-ws. **xpine, women  aud song*'���������oil have their  victims.     _Tou have re-  seed you have sown���������what  about the harvest? Don't  trust to luck, If you are  st present -within the B  -.i Z.*-~ - ...r ��������� ��������� , x ���������t.^.XJtx   -fi  VlUlCUC������Ot lUIjr 3CUCA, AI41UU,     ������������������  ���������which Is sapping your life _i  by degrees; if you are suf- a  feringr from. _ae._-esalts of H  past indiscretions; if your f|  blood has been tainted trom  any private disease and you  METHODIST CHURCH  Services will be held every Sunday as  follows:  Morning        -        -        11:00 a.m.  EveTeing   ������        . **     7:30 p. m.  2:20 p.m.  tarry with uh.  Free* Ii, Carpenter  Pastor  PBESBYTKBTAN   CHURCH  Service ������very Sunday  at  11 a. >n.  auu 7:30 p. m.  ������������������--itt.u oCuwi nt siou p. !������.  Adult Bible Class at close of evening service.  ?W. G. Blake  ������������-;_-���������4  U1IUIDI  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  Christ Ohuroh  Dec. 1st (Advent Sunday)  Matins. Litany Sermon 21 s. sa  Erisksoa School House 8 p. sa.  Sunday School 3 a. m  UCkO._ElU-J.~WS..']  %'ixe broke out ia 'um post G-Ioq hers ]  last Thursday, bu&.owiag to tbe quick  action of our worthy posiEaastsi it waa  eoon extinguished, a small bole in tbe  roof was aU the damage that was dose.  Monrad Wigen aud W. J. Cooper  spent Friday io making a road from the  new crossing to the shipping platform*  This was a umoh needed want and will  be much appreciated by all in' the distriot.  0  m  Frank Rose and Jack Hayden of Ores-  ton were down last Friday canvassing  .he district for signatures io*? ths Rural  Municipality.  Matt Hagen was a visitor at Oroston  on Saturday.  Deer shooting without leaving borne  is the latest in sport here. While sitting iu his -hnGk, *y*nk 2������ay saw two  deer about 200 yards distant. He picked  *������** \m,t*% ***&**. ������-*������������- hUaK *Mt>Ajr-* IV-*-,-* -wSfct-iAf-ft  WW   *****   -.������������*V   ������������������*\������.   -f������������%r-     v* *******    m*mr**m      ������p ������������������������*������������������������-������* *_"*  leaving the house. Several people were  presented with joiats which were very  muoh appreciated.  Everyone wants'apietsss 0* ths members of the Goverumeuv of  Canada. The 4,New*--Adv6rtis6?'-* has had prepared for the esclusiye  use of its readers in this provlnoa a i���������rge engraved piste bf Rt. Hon*  R. L, Borden aud his-Minister.  The grou-p1 is redrawn from the latest photographs' of the eighteen  Ministers, who compose the advisers of His Royal Highness tho Governor-General. I', is printed in sepia on heavy board ready for framing,  and will be of the greatest educational value ia the home, the sohool  and the library,  The Prime Minister, HON, R.L.BORDEN, ocouples a oentrai position, and is shown steading nt the head of the Council Table. Seated  about him are his colleagues.   .  Dimly in the background the features of Sir John Haodonald look  u8*ft& OU u������S 5uGG6S50*S.  ���������   How to Obtain the Picture  B  nnnfirntfttinn filooo  aaTSSwu*"*,  OCtTUJU���������  i  dare aot marry; if you aire -married and live is. dread of symptoms breakmg jg  out and exposing your past; if you are suffering as the result of a misspent B  life���������DRS. K. & K. ARE YOUR REFUGE. Lay your case before g  them confidentially and tbey will tell you honestly if you are curable. B  'artrxav j-*&a.v   toav vanxBas   /ntoer\ 9  We Treat and Cure VARICOSE VEINS, NERVOUS DEBILITY,  BLOOD aad URINARY COMPLAINTS* KIDNEY ssd BLADDER His*  case* and all Ditease** Peculiar to Men.  CONSULTATION FREE.  Book* Free on DUmmstm of Haa.  It uubl* to saB. write  (Fat - Quem-on Blank for   HOJMTIR   TBR.4TMEHT,  Drs.ICEN-IEDY&K������-IN������PY  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Grbwold St.p Detroit, Midi*  Bl^p^riOTiOE All letters from Canada must be addressed to our  $ff***W mamaaaaassa ��������� Canadian Correspondence Department iu Windsor,  Ont. If you desire to see us personally call at our Medical Institute in  Detroit as we see and treat no patient* in our Windsor offices which are  used for correspondence and Laboratory for Canadian business only.  Address all letters as follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Win-lsoy, Ont.  'Write for our private address. .  Philip O. Hayman  ���������Ailli  Ss   B!,  7:00 Pirn.  (Vicar);  The Right Rev. A M? De Pencier,  Lord Bishop of New Westminster will  bold a Confirmation Service at Christ  Church about the middle of December.  The esact date will be announced later  The Riverside Nurseries  Comprising 125 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.  8������^  APPLE TREES  Peaches  tpiSSSSSS       mi\%m%���������B���������mm\mm\\mm       i  -TC_E_--E_3^      ������#*������f#0S  GUARANTEED HOMEGROWN  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing *  "We can hold your trade."  Established lOOObytho HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture  I ALL 8TOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANOH AT CATALOGUE PRI0E8  | For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  '^���������PACl-rtl'C'  ANNUAL  EASTERN EXCURSIONS  Special  Rail Fares  in connection with  Trans-Atlantio Tickets  Ronnd   trip   rate   from   Creston to  I -SontreaJ, $-32.65, fco St. John, $90.65.  Dataaof Sale, Nov. 7 to Deo. 31, '13  J    Return limit 5 months from  date  of  issue.  Liberal Extension Privileges  For   further   information,   rail and  steamship tiokets, apply to looal C. P.R.  agent, or write to,  R. G. McNMLLIE,  ..JaSv. m assongsr Ageut,  Calgary, Alta,  WATER NOTICE  For License to Tako and Uso Wator  The finest time we have had yet was  the verdict of the crowd after the social  evening on Saturday. "The Duck Greek  Born Stormers" met with a warm reception when they presented on original episode entitled, '.'The Wanderers  Return.'' Later in the evening Miss P.  Butterfleld kept the house roaring when  she appeared, dressed as a witch and  told the fortunes of one iadv and one  gentleman the lucky ones being M. Wigen and Anna Hagen.  .   . /   . .'  Among the visitors to the Club dance  were the Misses Alice Carr, and Bertha  Pease? and Victor Oarr of Alice Siding,  Miss Victoria Price and Agnes McPea_,  and Messrs W. B Muir and Victor  Sand������ig of Oreston.  During the meeting on Saturday  night it waa proposed that the members  of the Social Club give the children a  Christmas tree and _pcial evening the  proposal was greeted enthusiastically.  A collection was taken of those present  and in a few minutes $20 was tafeen  whichhassince been raised to $26.60  The night was fixed for December, 26.  Thin UU6 6ugraviuKi 0* WuiCu &  iiSSitvd   SUSlbST  h������Vv   iiwfi  yiir-  pared, will be sent  rRSE OrSIIARClS  to ���������ew salworiber*, or to old subscri_erss whor^ns'?? Ihei? *3*a-=c_Iptios-  for one year ($3 00.) *  For out of town subscribers the piotute will be tnbed and po������t���������ge  prepaid,  S  Non-subscribers may obtain copies on payment  of 60 cents,   If  nmilnfiL tan QOUtS CXttR tQS ttibifig -fid tt09t?Sga,  Applications and remittance's (cash must accompany order), must  be made to - . ,'        ,  The Circulation Manager  6������News-Advertlser," Vaiioduyert B.C.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES  Drafts en th* prlnfinnl cltli*"** In th������* followlnf? countHeH inaued without  delay:  XMc*  Arabia  Argentina Btpublle  ArmsnlB  Auatrallm  Austria Hungary  -������!*l'ira  nraail  II ulsarla  C*ylon  Chill  China  (*r*t������  Cuba  Daninark  Biiypt  Ffnlaitil  Formosa  "franca  Oarmaoy  Oracca  Holland  Iceland  India  Italy  faoan  Macedonia  Ruaala  Malta  Barvla  Manchuria  Slam  Ma-Jco  UtnH/ Zaaland  Blberla  South Africa  Norway  Spain  Panama  Btralta Sattlamanta  I'arala  Bwaden  l������aru  Bwltterland  Plilllnnlne lalanda  l,>'r,,l  I'olmid  Turkay                 ti.i  Unltatf Stataa  Portutfal  Ituumunla  Went Indlao, ate.  Tlicac draftu can be drawn in atcrllng, francs, umrkii, liro, kronen, yen,  t-el_, roublti*, etc.,, according to the money of the country *������ which they  ore payable. This enable* tlie payee to obtain the exact amount intended.  Percy B. Fowler, Manager GreMoti Branch  Notice is horoby given that Paul  Ofner o������? Duck Creok, B. C, will apply  for a license to tako and uso i cubic  foot of water pur second, out of a tributary of Duck Crook, which flows in  u. woHtci'ly direction through Blouku  4 and 5, Lot 270, and onip(--ieH In Dink  Creek noar Block G. H., Lot 101. Tho  water will b������> divurLud at the uouth  cast corner ot Block 4, Lot 270 and  will boused for domestic purposes on  the land doticuboil ������u Block ii, Lot 27M.  This notice, was posted on tho ground  on the 11th day of NovemlK'r, 1012,  Thn application will bo filed in tbo  oflico of tbo water rccowlor at Nolfon,  ObjuutioiiH may bo filed with thu uald  Wator Ri-n'oi^bir  on* with  tlw* <io*ii������i.  troll.'t*  of  water  righti*,   Pat'llanu-nt  Buildlngn, Victoria, B. O.  Paul Ofiiei* (Applicant)  J. B. Wlnlaw of Winlaw. B. O , and  Mr. Smith and the Rev. E. S Logio of  Nelson spent Tuesday and Wednesday  here hunting for deer, they returned  to Nelson oa Wednesday having had  a pleasant though unsuccessful time.  e F" l^U i I       I  AND ORNAHENTALS  Coldstreani Estate Nurseries  VRPNOIM.  R. C  I   _k.  ^  ^  All oar trees are Home Grown and guaranteed irise  to sasne.    We carry all the leading  varieties  ssost  suited to this district.    Our specialty is budded stock  A  on three-year-old whole roots,  ^  *  ���������#  ^  V      For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  # J. BlincOy Box 29, Creston-.  ���������  e-C  I  FALL  FootivefiL  ���������LADIES, call at our Btore add  look over our supply of McOalls* patterns just rooievod.   S. A. Speers.  Land Notice  Nelson Land Distriot.   Distriot of West  Kootenay  Take notice that Levi fiont of tho  City of Cranbrook, occupation a laboror,  Intends to apply for permission to purchase' the following described lands:���������  Oommenolng nt a post planted 80 feet  distant iu n Westerly direction from tho  North West post of Mannorio's Lot.  Thenoo North 20 chains ���������, thanoo Wont  20 iphalnfl' tbonoo South 20 chains;  thenoo Enst 20 ohaliiH containing forty  aores moro or Ions.  Levi Bent,  Applicant.  Dated Ootoborl, 1012.  For Infants, soft sole shoes and slippers  %50fM   HI?  For Children, we carry all sizes and weights in AM*  HURST, FASHION, WILLIAMS and other  Reliable makes, in  Pebble,  Box  Calt  and   Kid.  $1.40 up  Misses Sizes,  ii  to  2.  in Kid and  Box Calf  $2.00 to $2.25  Ladies phoes iu several  reliable makes  In Men's shoes we features '���������INVICTUS" made by  G. A,(Slater Co., also AMHURST, WILLIAMS  s and other guaranteed lines.  A. Full Stock of Rubbers from the smallest siaws to the  ,  i  heavy.   Stub proof shoe for lumbering: and farm  work.  I  ii  p������tma������"MWWBMWB  VI  mmmkiim.  ���������A fall line of  guns aud amimuui-  tlou at tho Moroantilo.  UH MIHlANlllh 1,11  A L.A^.U^.-l.uiU.il^^  ^^----ffiv^wk^  m\*um\iimmmmaaaamamaammammm  ^iiZrtrt^^i&it'S*^  m<totfm$mmfai/im*jdH+jff������m**.rlX*>.v *���������**'��������� imf  maaamammamma  *****mmm**mmmB  -'"���������*"���������"������������������*-���������*���������

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