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Array ii,.  AH Road* lis East audi West Kootenay Lead to Cr _ s t^ri  ������/ "^V.������ V*/^~w' t/    -*���������   ''      " "'   ' * " - '"^'"-���������fet"?  I ALL THE NE^sl  8 1  of the CRESTON g  DISTRICT      I  r*    _r    -**.  f'    ��������� 1      g   L_j    i ' "      1L_J  ���������B6-. A affw       -_S5__-Q������_B_Br ^^W*aJ^������*^ ^���������  m  t or _*      -v/  -f ������ ���������  _.     * 3 H  ****a      jf q ������r  ^^'"^SNa /"^  I    enaMV..   .......  9  .. __ x&Zi *     "JAM    *������������*������ .aci**! ihiu AW!   fi  (Xi*\   f\   / ! AllDmsS t-OF  ^^'-^Jl/ ^1 ^*roo a  year!  :i  Not T3, 5th Year.  CRESTON,  B.C.    FRIDAY    NOV, 15,   1912,  Single Copies 5c,  r������_ Ei.iyn.-gi  Uiiillt   ILn-Ufilfu  RANCHERS    BELIEVE  50 FEET THEIRS  10 HP-  INLUKfUifAilUf.  CALL   MEETING   FOR  -SaHJUHLI  Ml  11  Biiisri  UT  Board of Trade Is Work=  ing to Find Seat of  Trouble  ^������������������0���������H_P���������l_l  By reason of a- complicated mistake  either by the government land registrar or the Canadian Pacific Railway  company, the fencing crew" now at  work along the right of way of that  company below Creston, jb fencing  100 feet on both 3ides of the track and  in so doing is, according to the  Crown Grants of the ranchers along  the line, cutting off 50 feet of their  ranches, many of which are in  ���������orchards.  The C. P. R.s this year, is fencing  only in thoso places where there is  need to prevent live stock from getting on the track, and from where the  most complaints and requests for  fence have come, Next year the fence  is tc be completed by a contractor. ���������  According to reports of the ranchers affected, the crew now has orders  from headquarters to fence a 200 foot  right of way from a quarter of a mile  east of the 70 mile post (ont of Oranbrook) whieii is -near -W. A. Pease's'  placS, westward to "* point treyohct  Alice Siding. The order for a 200 foot  roadway was also ih effect east of  Creston.  The Board of Tirade at its meeting on  Tuesday sight deoided to take the matter in hand and determine the oanse of  the trouble. It was maintained that tbe  original qharter of the railway company  gave them a two hundred foot right of  ���������* ....  way and that the O. P. R. was working  Within its rights.   However a telegram  ���������was sent- to W. J.   Teetzel the government agent at Nelson tp look over the  reoords therkaud make certain as to the  right in tha case.     Mr. Testes! '.vised a  reply toP. B. Fowler, seoretory of the  Board of Trade that the plats of the district were in tha hands of the engineer  in charge of tho survey being made for  the purpose of determining the possibility of reclaiming   the Kootenay  fiats.  Today the pinto were brought into Cres-  V/ant to Be Independent  of Rural Municipality  If Organized  HERE and THERE  LOOAL PSEVIfS  Dodgers are out announcing a  meeting of Creston property holders  to discuss the feasibility of incorporating the town of Oreston. The meeting is to be held Saturday evening at-  the Mercantile hall. The movement  is being pushed hy a number of bus:-  ness men who believe the town should  be incorporated for tbe purpose of  securing the .right to construct a  much needed sewer, and in case the  ranchers succeed in the movement-  no w on foot to organize a rural municipality, to be independent-, of and  equal with them.  The proceedure ft the meeting wiii  probably be to thoroughly discuss the  matter and then in case it is the  j wiii cf the meeting to incorporate, to  appoint committees to attend to the  work of circulating petitions and  and other necessary measures.  The house of commons was a scene  Wednesday night} of riot over  Premier Asquith's proposal to rescind  the action of Monday, whon the  Unionists carried by a majority of 22,  Sir Frederick Brandbury's amendment defeating the most important  financial feature of the home rule bill.  The Unionists refused to permit the  debate, and the speaker was forced to  ttUJUUril      UJIO      SCOOluu      ������������aa     <v^v/V'i.uv>      0������  disorder. The uproar far exceeded  that which stifled Premier Asquith's  speech when he introduced the home  rule bill and has not been equalled*!  since the free fight over Gladstone's  .first home rule measure. The ministers were taunted with epithets like  "apes8' and ���������'traitors." Sir William  Bull, Unionist for Hammarsmith, was  ordered from the floor for repeatedly  calling Mr. Asquith a traitor. After  adjournment the Unionists doubled  up,programs and threw them across  the floor at the prime minister, Win-  f  ston Churchill, first lord of admiralty,  w*i9 hit with a heavy book hurled from  the camp of the enemy. A fight appeared imminent until Will Crooks,  the Labor member, poured oil on the  troubled waters by starting the singing of "Auld Lang Syne."    ���������  C. C. S., 8IGNAFIES ORANBROOK  CO-OPSP.ATIVE STORES.  Floyd Rodgers, who is attending the  Gonzaga University at Spokane, came  home yesterday for a few days visit.  ���������Man, age 30, single seeks work,  constant if possible, in or around Ores-  ton.   Write S. A. Thack  ������X>*,  ���������������   l~i  Mrs. Boy Staples. Alfred and Miss  Palmer of Erickson attended the apple  show at Spokane the first of the week.  J_. TP**.*������ ������\*n. v-o-vtV  m*>*ic\r   oil ������\\cx    a tru*** Ir    t\t\  hand ar. the late J. H.  Howarth'-s* jewelry store will bo sold at, cost.  Dan Montgomery of   Nelson is the  new cook at the Canyon  City lumbar  i  mill,  rOEQTOM Tf!  IL Liuim  E  Is  Branch   of   Pr.vicia!  Qovernnent Circulating   Library  ���������The C. C. S. of Cranbrook is selling  Iron Beds with mattress and spring for  $11.  Dr. Henderson made a flying visit to  Spokane the first of the week.  wwEuajiii^s  Bro we!l������- Hickey  Miss Capitola Hickey and Gny Brow-  ell on Monday, November 11, were united in marriage at a quiet wedding at  the home of the brides parents. Only  a few of the friends of the youug  couple were present. Roy Telford of  Erickson was best man and Miss Rhoda  Beam of Canyon Oity, bridesmaid. Mr.  and Mrs. Browell left on the noon fcriiiii  for a trip to Spokane. They will return aud make thoir home at Canyon  City.  ���������A fnll line of  gnus and ammunition at the Mercantile.  ton but  mX     XV.  A*������l      A-AA'  o time of going to press  nothing definite has been learned.  The Ladies Guild of Christ Church,  Creston, are holding thoir annual Ba  zaar on Wednesday, December 4th. Fall  particulars will be given in next weeks  paper.  A delightful entertainment was given  iby the Imperial English Bell Ringers at  v their initial appearance before a Spo-  Hcano   audience "-titioh number wns re-  -oelved with applause. Perhaps the moBt  difllo-lt BoleotlonB of tho ovenlng were  thn two ovcrntnrcH, '-Mnsnuiollo" and  "Italiann," and the soleotlon from '"Il  Trovntorc," Tbo Bell Ringers rendered tho numbers with wonderful tech  ulquo. Another fenture of the enter-1 Viaw ranch,  tainmont provod to bo tho piccolo and  violin nolo-' with b**iU nconitipnnlmnnti*.  ���������Spokaue Ohronblo.  ���������70 inch all linen tabling   for  50o  Very special at the Mercantile.  Born to Mv. and Mra. Harry Croath-  watte, a Bon on Suudny aitcmuuu, Nov.  10.     .  ���������RoRlBtorod Yorkshire White Boar,  Oak Lodgopuke ot Agaa8i���������������at.2������8, bred  by the director of tho experimental fnrin  AgiHBiB, B. C, is for sorvloo nt Vulloy  Tom Qnntfo of Slrdnr Bpont ThurBday  in Creaton.  It has besn genprally supposed that  the psincipal effect upon the Boil, of  weeds in the growing crops, was that,  they take t^way moisture sad p.ant focd  that- should go to the crops. Recent investigation ai Cornell University has  Vi  demonstrated that they'bave a ��������� deleter-  ions effect upon crops in that they poi-  seu the plants by tu6 intsrAninKling o������  their roots. Corn and -weeds were al .i  lowed to grow side by side in similar  soil bnt with partitions placed eo that  the roots were kepfe apart;. 'The corn  and weeds grew normally. In another  box the corn and weeds were placed so  that the roots conld intermingle, with  the result that the corn was stunted and  its growth .materially retarded. It is a  oase of incompatibility of association.*���������  Conservation.  One more illustration of the great and  LnoteaBing -also of tho British market  to Canada is given in peac*-*. export figure.-) for the past season.   The practicability of shipping Canadian peaches to  Eugland was first tested by the Department of Trade and Cqnmeroe lu 1010.  The experiment proved successful and  succeeding   uhipments   have   found, a  ready market.    This year ihe weather  conditions were regarded ns unfavourable nnd poach exporters woro in some  doubt as to the likelihood ot the Canadian poaches reaching the British mnr-  Uot in good oondition.   Tho results have  however, boon most  satisfactory, and  proBpuots aro good for a vory large trado  with Groat Brltian in Onundlan pnnohoB  in tho iutnre.  Tho poach shipments for tho past  tbroo BonaonB woro as follows, show lug  a notable inoroaso for the present yenr;  lOlO-rU.748,1011���������0,084 and 1012-8,448  flinglo layoi caeca.  ���������FOR SALE���������1 dozen brown leghorn  _e_s, 1 thoroughbred Rhode Island Red  Rooster.   Mrs. O. P, Wisler.  Rex Case, who was engaged last winter at Sam Hatfield's barber Bhop and  "pool room, is again occupied there.  ft*?-  *a - mm****^m _ -������  ���������A full line of snag proof rubbers  just &���������riven at The Cash Store.  .������_ iij-tujuii oj. tue provmCiiii Circulating library is to be installed in  Creston as a result of the petition  signed some time ago by a number of  Creston citizens. The books have  been shipped and they will probably  be securable by readers at the Creston  Power, Light & Telephone company's  office the first of next week. The  people of Creston are fortunate in  having secured this library *xs it will  place at hand a large supply of reference works as well a good fiction. As  far as is now known the books now  enroitt to Creston will remain here six  months when they will be sent on to  another point and a new set installed  here.  /mil ui p11���������  Numerous Important Resolutions Are Passed  at   Meeting  (~*itficT***������ o _ i-% o ���������y _ a f  *T*1a������A      p. ir\m.m.f.t     |1tt-Mdlmocl     f-2o^,Ac,A*     Iva.*,-^  ....**      A.4UU...       A^JaIa igbiMlMJ      13../.   ll. J,        AA^AlA  Ct������7l!.u.    -oruiiu  W. P. Holmes of Cranbrook, formerly engaged at the Creston branch of the  Canadian Bank of Commerce, passed  through Creston Thursday on his way  to Vancouver, at which branoh he is  now to work. He ssys that J. P. Bus-  ton has been transfer ed to Nofeusp.  '��������� We have absolutely pare, local honey in combs or strained at The Cash  Store.  The W. O. T. U, will meet at the  home of Mrs. Henderson next Thursday at 2 p, m.  ��������� General purpose, black team for  sale.���������J. Compton.  Mie? Anna L. Needhnm of Kitchener  spent tho first of the week in Oreston  visiting friends.  under che auspices of the  of Christ church^   Crcaton,    premises  to "be nn -unqualified success. - It will  take place this year on the 4th* of, Dec,  ih the mercantile hall.   A large collection of nsefnl and fancy articles, t-uit  able for Christmas gilts has been selected iu the Old Country aud many large  donations toward*] the stalls have also  come from the stuae land      With such  and nstortment   en hand, besides the  work in course of preparation by the  Guild even the most critical buyer will  certainly be satisfied.    BoRidea the numerous novelties, which will be offered  for sale, there will be a number of dolls  in various modes of dress, wool goods,  ruga, baskets and oandy and tbo utmnl  tea-tables will be in readiness  to serve  dainty lunches to the many visitors.The  amusements will con slat of "Hoop La"  table. "TumblluR Tommies",   "Orange  Tree" and "Dancing Doll."  K.of Ps. Entertain  ���������Stanflelde underwear at tho Oreston  Moroantilo,  Mr. and Mra. P. K. Hurry returned  Saturday from a trip to Nelson  ���������Pedigreed Airdalo pups fpr sale. J.  E.Ilaydon.  L. Pcrklni* left Thnrndny for n vliill  at Colom in, Alborta.  vviah>->i     .ii.i.ni.,111  X.Jt^m.      4>~w  Al.VA..., AAA.  vliit (it hU old homo in England.  expttulHi in lulttv.^t, IiIb towm-pooplo in  thu (Urtalbllllloa of Orctitou and pontdbly  induce noiuu to ioiiuj*. witu mm,  ���������Wo pay tho freight, and if yon are  not satlBfiod with tlio values roooivod  I from n������, we will  pay tho freight buck  m and refund full   amount of your pur-  ** r  Ho chaao.   O. C. S.  With cards and danoing, the gnestf*,  comprising of tho families and friend������  of the members, at tho Knights of  Pythias At Home, spent a most enjoy,  able ovoniug last Monday. Not a largo  orowd were ont owing to tho inolemenoy  of the woathor, bnt ono nicely sl/.od for  the garaoa and danoing.  Progressive whist was first iu the ordor of tho evening in whioh Miss Ursula Wells won the prize for gaining the  moBt points. Goorgo Pnoev, his usual  goodfortuuo having left him, carried  I  -Bend for our prloou ou furniture, wo  | p������iy tho troigUK   u. o. o.  On ThnrBday.Nov, 7 anioHtenjovable  surprise party was held at the homo of  tho Rov. nnd Mrs. P. O. Hayman. Tho  Rnoits numbering about 27 arrived at 0  p. m. and immediately took por^oaslon  of tho houso. All klndH of games to-  gcthwr wiih ������������ *������Ui4lo������l t'.'cnij4g ������������������r������  much enjoyed.^ At midnight refreshments wero provided, tho gnontfl taking  tho whole thing in hand, bcMdes leav-  I.       tt. . ,.-i������..i.^������ twUlt t*/\rri   thinirN,.  I AAAgfc   rnxxm  p..m.. *^     .......   ... '������������������*- A  Mrs. WalmBley and Bon of Southy  Sask., arrived in Oreston laflt wook to  spend tho winter with hor Mtuer, Hra.  Forward.  ���������Our now fall ehapoo in Mons Hats  have arrived.   Crcoton Mercantile Oo.  Soiioviiig iliai* which cOtiv&'rua iho  welfare of the rancher, concerns the  welfuie of ihe commnnity, action oa  behalf of the ranchers whose laud is  being fenced in by the Canadian Paci-  no Railway company, was taken by  the Creston Board of Trade at its regular monthly meeting last Tuesday even- *  ing. After a lengthy discussion it was  decided to wire the government agent at  Nelson requesting him to de ermine at  the registry office whether the n������������ht- of  way is 200 feet, the amount the C. P. B.  is .cueing in, or 100 fsefc r.s the deeds cf  the ranchers indicate. If th? ranchers *  ���������ire right action will be taken 11 stop tbe  work cf the fencing crew*.  Mauy thiugB of importance and inter-  / * "  cwt -A-crc dir-enr-sed and' "ptisst-d  b~  ths  i<'iu-d daring the  in.Bering.    Tiv������ rop.i c  of -he committee that had charge ������if the'  PXhiblt at      !*"    Drv    Vnrjri__     Cnnmnea  ^ mm-      m ���������mm       m  ^* ^^ ^^*      ��������������� JQ,  *    *l     JI' f^  was heard.    All members" of   the eom���������  mittce and the other   niembers 'of tba  board of trade who attended tbo i-spas!- '���������  tion,'ngreod tliat'the sending of the Vx* '  bibit was the best thing that Creston .  hns ever done in the publicity lino,  although no prize *wes wo-i.   According  *! ���������* - .  eo the report, the total cost of the exlii-  "L  bit was $371,97; the amount collected to  date iB $315 87. Because Creston's dis-  play was eo well prepared and handled  the board passed the resolution, "That  a vote of thanks bo tendered to Messrs  Brown, Jackson, Rodgerp, Compton; ?  Leonard, and to all the ranchers iii tbe  district for the generous help give*i to  make the exhibit at the Lethbridge Dry  Farming Congress huc_ an unqualified  Hiiocess."  The topio of subwoy under the Oaua-  diau Pasifio tracks, which has beeu long  banging firo, was brought up for din*  cussion. New plans are to bo drawn  and the matter taken up by a apodal  committee, W. H. Crawford, S. A.  Speers and Guy Lowenberg, with tho  Railroad Oommiasion which ia tb sit nt  Nelson on December 0. Government  engineers are to be sent for to survey  for plans. The subway will probably  bo t-tarted under tho traoic near  Hickey'a Livery born undor tho old  crossing.  Because of tho amount of work to bo  dono on roads, etc, in thlfl vicinity tho  board decided to obIc tho department of  Pithlio Works to appoint a special roBi*  dont enginoor horo.  Iu ordor to strengthen foiling of foi-*  lowshlp among tho local bualuoBBmon  and iu order lo mako pluus for a ploaa-  off tho booby pri/.e.  After cards with tho IiOBt*. i������; waltera Iftnfc ������������00fc,,,K w,*h Bomo bualneaB men of  BaudwichoH, cake aud colTco wero Bervod  When tho taking of rofroHhuiontn waa  ovor, tho floor wna cleared for danolug  whioh continued until nn ennly hour.  A progrosBlvo whist party, given  under the ansplcon of tho Oathollo Ladioa  Dlvlno Sorvloo at Ulirint ijnuruh will  Snoiwiy, will bo ������c'il TTcdiAO'id.".*"-', JTcv.  aonunenooat 7 p. ni.. instead o? 7:S0 p.   *20. nt the MercBntlle Hall.     nefr������*-.b-  m., on Nov. 8rd and thiouijhout tho nientn will bo aorved and an admiBBlon  winter monthi. | Of 25 oonU will bo ohnrgod.  Bonners Ferry. Nelson and Cranbrook,  with whom It It* daslriv*" to tnllc ovflr  topics concerning tho wolf are of tho  Kootenaya, tho board voted to hold ������  banquet ln tho near futnro, tho date to  bi named, to which tbeeo men Khould  bo invited.  Aa Walter .laokaon la leaving for tbo  Ol- 0���������"**? wh������rn hrt tntendii to intf*tr������  est all he can ln tbo UroBton dlatriot,the  board InHtroctcd th������ necretary to wtitott  a letter of Introduction and oomqaendM  tlon.tor him to use oa hlu trlji, , M  ,*-'-tT.|  V TTTK.    CRESTON    REVIEW.    CRESTON,.    B- C.  c-f  er  is  ua  m m   **  By Arthur Applin  ���������m&&  and drove  I away.  ! It was a quarter to nine when sho  j rang the bell of Mr. Saintsbury'a pii-  ', vale bouse, a dreaty five-storied build-  ! ine in We't Kensington. The maid1  j servant stared at her v/hen she ans-  ' wered the door. Mr.     Saintsbury  ; was mm Red in visitors in the evening  ���������_*  Ward,  Lock & Co., Limited  London,  Melbourne & Toronto  "WW  IS  -  g  v-rexi  *3Sk&Cwo_oSj   |  !  A ���������VMraculous Escape  .'a. mishap brfell a steamboat tripper  J  CContlnued}  When we're married you'll stay with  us whenever you like. You're going  to be happier than ever you were before, Reuben. Jim says so/and Jim  knows.  Tho boy nodded and blinked his  eyes. He looked about eighteen or  nineteen years old, but his age was  thirty; he had never grown up, would  never be a man. And this he knew  himself.  Jim's all right, he whispered. 1 like  Jim���������but tonight I hate him, because  he's hurt you.  Iris pulled the veil over her face.  What are you talking about. Reuben?  it���������.. ix    J, 1.*_    ~������- ���������      V...    f.\...f.1.1f.A  X U LA     A> ���������AA   I.     UCUCI.C     ���������AO,     AA~V,     VUW^^.VM ���������  He was afraid to look at me when he  put you Into the car. Something's  happened. Oh, something's always  happening in this world. You see, I  know, because I don't belong to the  mnrij I'm not in it I've ^ust **"ot to  sit on the edge and watch the people, and so I know everything that  happens. What fools they all are.  too, aren't they, Iris, all fools. He  chuckled, twining his short, thick fingers together. But what's Jim done  to hurt you.'  Nothing.  If he has, I shall fled out, Reuben  continued, and he'll answer to me.  The car reached the de Fontalgne's  house, one of the small villas in Abingdon Road. Iris helped her brother to dismount, and ran quickly up  the steps. Her mother opened the  front door. She was an elderly woman with pretty white hair. She  too, was beautiful with the rare beauty of old age.  You'll be very late for the dinner.  dear.      I'll come and help you dress.  fm not dining out. Iris replied.  , especially visitor? of Iris's youth and  i ii"a_ty.  ! 1 don't know If master's at home or  not. Will you please to wait, I'll go  and see.  Tell him my business is very important, Iris said. And presently she  was shown hito the Saintsbury dining-  room. The room resembled it's owner���������it was cold, barren and dusty, hut  that was the fault of West Kensington. Behind the .glass doors of ,a  mahogany hook-case stood rows of  books, mostly in vellum covers which  looked as if they had not been opened  for years. A large gilt clock ticked  aggressively on the mantelshelf. The  table in the center of the room was  barren, even of a vase of flowers; the  windows tightly closed, the Tottenham Court Road chairs stood in a  row against the wall.  Mr. Samuel Saintsbury kept Iris  waiting. He felt slightly perturbed on her name being handed to him;  and his wife, as dry and Darren of love  and life as he himself, was -frankly inquisitive .  What on earth can a young woman  want with you at this time of night,  I would like to know. If it's on business why couldn't she go to you office  in the City? She can't be a nice person, Sam. 1 hope you'll send her  away.  I wiii, Sam said.      He entered  room adjusting his glasses and peering cautiously over them at the slim  figure standing by the dusty window.  To what am I indebted for the honor of this visit?  Before replying, Iris looked closely  at Mr. Saintsbury, trying to reid his  character, to discover his weakness  and his strength She had a difficult  task to perform, even a dangerous  one. She was nervous, but not  afraid. Mr. Saintsbury kept Ms little ferret like eyes fixed on her. That  she was beautiful, scarcely appealed  to him at all. but he realized that she  was v.-fc>li-tIres;Se<i, uir.5.rr6 aiiiA unconventional, the type of woman of whom  he disajs^roved* But there was just  enough manhood left in his withered       ____  w*������*������ ���������ar  Thai* _ Why You're Tired���������Ouft ������f  Sorts���������Have no Appetite.  -���������AR_Sirs LITTLE���������^^^>>  LIVER PILLS  will put you right  in a lew  They  their duty-  Cure  Constipation,  J on the Wpsi Coast last summer.  I common wit.i ethers be found much enjoyment in watching the engines at  work. Thcrr were several  around and ah*, ve the engine-room and  he vvas interestedly following tho  movements of the,    engineer    through  J0ift-K?  Bvet*,  PILLS.  ill*  Biliousness, Indigestion, aad Sick Headache.  Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.  Genuine must bear Signature  ^fp-^^Sasc^^C^^  one of these when a crowd came suddenly along the'passage, the pressure  being so gr^at that the door gave way  and lie was hurled, as it seemed. Into  i..o midst of the moving machinery and  losr conscio-sniess. '  When he came to on the upper deck  he was Informed that a moment before he fell ihe starboard engine had  been stopped, as the boat was just  rounding in, and it was found that he  had simply received a few bruises.  It was a miv&culous escape from what  might have been a fearful' death.  You must telephone, mother, say  I'm indisposed. I'll have something to  eat with you and Reuben, the- I must  go out on business.  M;s. de Foataigne  ed her daughter.        .���������  _ .. . ..  headed,  practical woman, yet at the j Taen  _-,m������   tiiTiAi   she   hf-ilrl   hlarh   MealR:    In i ease _ _  -   --    -     ~-     -- t_Y: ti. ! ten years anc  ne distrustea  uie swa.  Wont  you  sit  down? ���������    He   waved  tice Radical. Her portion in life had  been suffering and disappointment,  but she had braved the latter and with  the aid of the inagicati Love, turned  the former into the likeness of happiness. Her dream had been the  dream of all women, that she should  bear a son who wo_ld serve his country** and fi^ht for the ideals she cher-  ished.  She bent down now and tenderly  kissed him, this dream child of hers���������  a little distorted, disfigured hoy of  thirty. Run and tell cook we shall be  three for d'nner, dear, then ring up  the Blakes on the telephone for me.  Nothing wrong, I hope, Iris? she asked as soon as she was alone with her  daughter.  No. mother, I want to see a Mr.  Raintfihury, a lawyer on some business  of Jim's, that's all. But don't talk  about it.  I can't help you?  Iris shook her bead. No, darling���������  bless you.  Directly dmner was over, Iris rose,  put on her hat and went out. Reuben followed her to the door. I know  that Saintsbury man; he's a beast.  Let me go with you, Iris,.  Sho looked at hor brother curiously, trying to read the secrets he kept  locked behind tho black fringe of  lashes. . What, do you kuow about  Mv.   Saintsbury?  I only know he's a beast, Reuben  said olnvUmilely. Ho doesn't know  me, but I've seen him often. He's  cruel, don't trust him.  Iris smiled. I shall not be long, sho  Labby and the Brigand  Brigandage in Mexico was a common  profession ard had its rules. The  late Mr. Labouchere was once for  some weeks at a sugar plantation near  a small provincial town in Mexico."In  the town li'*ed a brigand. He was  _is*���������!v cxt^������������������'---' ���������*������������������ u'~ .".��������� "uv.^..~   A-.,,.*  said Mr. Labouchere, 1 passed many  a pleasant evening with him and his  ���������.aniiiy, k s daughter- was a beauty,  and this estimable parent was amassing a little fortune for her.  "Wie.    V..������t-tt    .,_,. ���������    i_    ���������; _������ ..    ...    ... I ���������.l, A    *~    Al*..  *a*w   ut.yii,    v, a.CT   LU   I llut-   vtl    lll^lll.   l\4   l,uir  road between Mexico and Vera Cruz  with two or threo associates, and to  avs I levy contributions "on the diligence.  When I left tht town t wanted to strike  this read and I went with him and his  friends. We reached it at about six  in the mora'ng. Having partaken of  chocolate, the brigands posted themselves behind some rocks, and I looked on. Soon the diligence was seen  approaching The brigands emerged  and the, conch man stopped; the Passengers were requested to descend,  and were politely eased of their  money.  The passeni***rs    then    took    their  places again in the coach and it drove  off. while   the   brigands   courteously  bowed  to them.      So    honest    were  they in theh   peculiar way that they  wished  me to take my share in  the  spoil; but this, of course, my standard  j ef morality h'---in��������� different from theirs,  j I declined.      My    cstimahlo    friends  j then retired into a neigxborlng church  j to give thanks for the success of their  enterprise and I wished  them  good-  e.       Riding on to Puecla,  I dined  ��������� 4���������%,., ^,\. -,,..       + \.^X        ���������...,-.. 1���������_���������       wilt,  .    v.15, ! AAA-    a     lauic    -j uOt,<3    1.U0.1.    ev^uiiAg     nnu  ���������v  -- ������������������~.-,^ i7__ Vf    tbe despoiled travellers, and adds'Mr:  rie nad been naur^ed for fif-. Lab0uchere.  was   greatly   amused   to  l������  -. . ���������      Al*  . ...      ������������������ ��������� **.������_A      AT��������� .~      ������r*% 1 f.m f... f.      ���������^������ r. m.   '  *:+*g.T   iu _Tu   '-nJOuUL   uie    tatviuiiD   iaaaaaa-  ner in which they had defended themselves, and how they at last had to  succumb to rumbers.  r*mr,fn������.mr    ���������-<>,���������r..ct   -Q   CtSrsd  by local applications, as they cannot  .\ a.���������. i,k- Mi'.Aiiatu jioitiUiV wi thu wur.  There ia only ono way to cure deafness,  and that ta b. constitutiomil romedtfis,  -.Deafness Ss. caused by an"tnrtariied'condition of the nrucous linine or tbo Euo-  tachian Tube. "When this tub**- ls In-  flaivtcd yon have n ruuibiine jxound or  .imperfect heannfir. and when It is entirely cltsod, Dcntn.fss iH the result, and unless tho ltiflammution can be tnlccn out  and this.tube.restored .to Its norma' condition, hearing will be destroyed for ever:  nlriii ensus out. nf ten are <-iiuhoii bv Cut.  nriii. which ib notlvliur but an innumed  condition  of  fl*o mucous surfaces.  We will gI ���������'<-*��������� Ono Hundred Dollars for  any case of Detti'ncss (caused by catarrh)  that cuimot r-c cured by Hall's Catarrh  Cure.       Send   tor  circulars,   free.  F. ... CHRNEY & CO.. Toledo. O.  Sold  by  DruRKlsts.   75e.  Tuko Hall's Family Pll's for constlna-  tlon. "  MA-DRUa-OO.  _J1 hi m D ftititi  X.>-lPt*TBtg������W������J(Tiw���������������tup Ji. 5  When You Get ^  Run Down  ,"r���������-C3.1C11 ooiu. cssily*���������- nnu Aircnu,  .nstCAu  oi  enjoying,the keen winter weather���������then you need  7-?YY;!--:'���������?���������.'?���������������������������? ���������  Preparation of  ' Gddff;_iver Oil ;  This Na-Dru-Co Compound embodies the well-known nutritive and  curative elements of Cod Liver Oil���������Hypophosphites to build up tbo  nerves���������Extract of Wild Cherry to -act oh the lungs and bronchial tubes���������  and Extract'of. Malt, wrilchi besides containing valuable nutriment itself,  helps tho weakened digestive organs to assimilate other food.  Tho disagreeable taste of raw Cod Liver OH is entiroly absent,  nnd tho Corhpourid is decidedly ' pleasant to take. In.50c. and $1.00  bottles, at your Druggist's. ��������� 30&  -  NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED.      j  body, to m-iKe him realize that sue  was a woman any man would be glad  to win. and a woman for whom James  Francks would fight to the death. This  r, seldom question-! knowledge ^/-S! S^i   by  r...        ...       ������.    ..   ....    ��������� iron i-lf������   n;si-5R������?tJ   u'caaaa���������^.o,   vtl.hx    ������> w- i ���������.  and  he   was  not   quite  SALT RHEU1 ME  OUT ON H������  ,, m   ......  Formed Watery Pimples. Itchy and  Had Horrible Burning Sensation.  Lost Some of Finger Nails. Could  Wot Open HandsT Cured by Cuticura Soap and Ointment.  23S N. LIsrot St.. Toronto. Ontario.���������  **For Hi-won yiw* T hn,ve beou troubled with  ���������Alt-rhoum. It como out on my hands and  forn:ie<l kind of watery pimples  all over thera which bocamo  Itehy and it had a harrtS-lo  burnlritf nan nation which  caused ma a good dual nt  rpaln. lt camo out on my  haiulit ln the f All and remained  thoro till after sprlm*. I  ���������ralKht mention that I lo-6 some of my  -nKer-nalli. by the di.i������'a.*w. ' Durln������ thU  long-lb. of tlmo I wo** utterly useltvw, tin I  could not open my hamli. I tried rteveral  other patent modlclnea without a bit of  ���������roller. fHouu> of my friends iulvlt������>d mo to  try C\it!r..r;i Ki-r.n ,:i< . ������������������. 1 -..-;,[ Ti,r t.:tiuiA<.-^  ���������nd by UHini* them there wns a Rrent Im-  prorement. Then I went lo tint druggist  nnd boiiKhb one calcu of Cutlmiru floap und  two boxim of OuilcuraOintment; after UHlnir  them 1 am Kind to say I am completely  curtHl. I hud kIvi-h up all hope of ImHuu;  cured. I can Hity lo all tUinta who havo  ���������ulTerotl tui I have, not to lo.ie couru������o hub  to lilvo Cullcui'a Iletneil'us it. fair trial."  <BlRned) Mlwi I-llllan Irwin, Oct. 1.1. lull.  her to one ot the chairs against the  wall. She drew it to the table, and  leaning forward rested her face between her *-*ands, her elbows on the  shining mahogany.  You called this evening to see Mr.  Francks, my future husband.  Mr. Saintsbury inclined his eagle-  lik? head.  You were the bearer of unpleasant  news?  Mr. Salisbury spread out his  hands apologetically. The law was  not conceived to make itself pleasant. Did Mr. Francks confide in  youi  In a couple of days he will be my  husband. AVe will have no secrets  from one an ither, we share evevy-  thine.  The lawyer also sat down now. He  took out a large handkerchief and pol-  i3hed his glasses, then peered at Iris  again. I'm sorry for you, he said  guardedly, V.at I must do my duty.  And that is���������'? Iris queried.  Mr. Francks told you, he said  with a ghost of a smile.  He didn't tell me, but you're going  to  Ah! Now we understand one another. I'm sorry. my dear young  lady, but I can tell you nothing. It  would  not be   right or proper.  Iris took her elbows off the table  and turning her head, glanced at the  clock.      It  waa now half-past nine.  Mr. Saintsbury, I know you came to  Mr Francks to-night to threaten him,  possibly wi;h some boyish indiscretion he committed in the past and had  forgotten. He's rich, I know he has  no debts, he ia brave, he ,is honest,  bo's loved and respected by everyone.  He has isjight his own way in tho  world, bunded his own fortune. Perhaps when he !?ld tho foundations of  his llfo he made a false stop. I don't,  want to know what that was, hut I  w-tnt to know what your claim against  him Is.  My dear young lady, you must  real!-" it.'3 Impossible for mo to toll  Holloway'd Corn Cure takes the  corn out by the roots. Try it and  prove it.  A hanker i: an American town, having a bald head, was in the habit of  wearing hla hat during business  hours. Ev^ry week a upto workman or the railway presented a cheque  fv.-." his wagws, and one day as he put  his money in a greasy wallet the banker said to him:  Look bert*. Moses, why don't you let  some of th.v. money stay in the bank  and earn interest for you?  Oh, no, boss replied the darky, with  a glance at the banker's hat. I'se  jes' afeared.. You loo!: like you was  always ready to start off somewheres.  MnTiir-O *-r#mMMi"_m  luu i n_!\_ R-^-uim-u&ttif  I*s  The  of excellence  in kid gloves.  r  BABTS OWN TABLETS  i you that.  i     iris leanel back ln her chair  ������n the soup  Fairly* reeking of the salt sea waves  the two mariners strolled into a cheap  restaurant iin-*i ordered a dinner.  They were captain and mate, ashore  after a long trip.  In a few minutes the somewhat  grimy waitor appeared, and with an  airy flourish, deposited before the  sea-dogs two plates of some thin, anaemic-looking liquid.  Ahoy, there! barked tbe skipper, as  his eye feii upon the concoction.  What in the name of Neptune is this?  The waiter bowed gracefully, arranged his napkin ln the proper position,  and.replied, in lordly tones:  Soup, sir.  Then it was that the grizzled captain flew into such fits of laughter that  he nearly brought tears to his eyes.  Bill, he cried, giving the mate a  mighty nudge, here's news, my lad!  Here's you and me these forty years  been sailing on soup.  Mothers having once used Baby's  Owi: Tablets for their little ones will  always be found using them as long  as there is a baby in the home. The  Tablets are acknowledged hy thous-  nnd������. of mo-hers as being their best  friend in keeping the little ones well.  Whether it be constipation colic in-  digt-stion .or worms* whether bab" "*s  suffering frrm cold or has simple  fever, or whether his teething is difficult, the Tablets are the one safe  remedy which will speedily cure him.  They are guaranteed by a government analyst to contain not one particle of harmful drug and may be  given with benefit to the new-born  babe or tow���������ir child.- oqi.* !������������'������������������������������>������-"-  cine dealers or by mall at 25 cents a'  box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., -Brockv'ile, Ont.      '.'���������'..  SHIP.'YOUR' GRAIN" TO  PETER JANSEN COMPANY  Grain Commission Merchants winnine;*, Msri'tsbs  MaKe Bills -_auln_ read: Port Arthur or Fcrt William.  Notify "JPeter Jsnsen  Co.. Winnipeg  Liberal Advances  Prompt Returns  Beat Grade*  adea   |-  i__���������flm'iiwwt'M'-irtfli-i  A f_*������-rcB������**vfc������rie,������fcc*i   ..������_*������___  J~ix. i a w CJBIB.B ������i������b,������: ������L,g3     e������,ri������������n  -    "��������� <_n      ���������       :���������  A   Q  #_ ���������*T"B ���������&-���������������������*������  ���������a t_ ��������� waa s������f  -  ������������������ j-jj  ^_.*Br������������-e������_-b  The L-oadiRg Flatfo-iii j  .... ...*   A *  and <'iu.li:ui_ Ointment havo itfforditd the  nukut .M-oiHiiiilciiI irmtmnnt tor atlta-tlnnM uf  the nUIii uml wnlp tlinf torture. Itch. Imrn,  ���������rule, nnd rtmiroy Bleep.    Hold everywhere.  Then  thero   is     something? Well,     Mr.  Saintsbury,   I'm   not   going   to   leave  this room until you do toll me.  Really! Mi. Snlntsbury rose.to his  feet. I don t think you realise what  you're  saylniA,-.  yos, l do, she replied calmly.  Danger threntens tho man 1 love, and  that dange- comes from you. It.  must bo removed, do you understand?  And i-oiiiovi'i boforo I leuvu horo to-  nlirht.  Tho lawyer cloared bin throat, and  blow hla nope violently. Ho glanced  n Uttlo unnaslly towards tho door.  T������-'U o'clock was tho hour of brdt.lmo,  his wife wo'ild bo gotllng auspicious,  she might ovon bo llntonlng. Hor  MiothodH wee vory nlmllnr to his.  If Mr. Francks wIbIich ho can save  hliriHfir all unpleaaantncflo, tho nuit-  ler rents ontlroly ln his hands.  lrlH Hiiid notliiiiK fur ������t little while,  i-he- calmly  *-at, nn If walling.      The  lawyer took a few  novvonw utopH up  and down tho room.      I wonder if you  would Klvo nm a clgnretto? sho nuli-  r-i\ presently, T ilon't genornlly nmoUe,  hut   !t.'n  good   for  the norvon,  and  ll  I helpii lh������ I bin; to pasn.  I     Mr. flnlnt llmry Mnihlod for lilti ciuio  I and offered ,t lo her.  !     Thanlui. a mo I ell.  I      Un III  on������> nnu  linn  it  ioi  | linri'lM trembled NllKhUy.       lie watch  i ed   ber   un    *-)n>   blow   the   iinmlce   b-*  ! tween  her  MpH,  n  mlxtiuo  of  ainn/.e  ment nnd nnnoynnce on blw fnee, on If  Roth Satisfied  A hunter set out one day to hunt,  and a panther set out at the same time  to eat.  I -must have a fur coat, said the  hunter.  I, said tht panther, must have a  dinner.  Some hours later in a lonely wood  the panther and the hunter met.  Ah, said the hur.ter, gaily levelling  his gun, here Ib my fur overcoat.  And he shot, but the panther dodging behind a tree, escappd unhurt.  Then the paulher rushed forth before the hunter could  reload.    '  Aha! hers'B my dinner, said tho  panther. A.nd he fell upon tlie hunter and devoured him.  Thus each got what ho wanted, tho  hunter gpttln'-: his fur overcoat and  tho panther hla dinner.  What H*id She Been Doing?  A teacher :h a local Sunday school  desired to r������r,rove a small boy. Johnnie, she said, quite solemnly, I'm  afraid I shall never meet you in the  better land.  Johnnie_ put on a lool: of astonishment . vvhv,' teacher, he asked, whatever have yo    been a-dolng of now?  A doctor and hia friend were out  walking together one. day and passed by some houses which the doctor  had built, and owned, and which he  could seldom let. The doctor remarked to his friend:  I lost mo*i.y when I built those  houses.  Yes, said his friend, what you gained in the pestlo you lost in the mortar  Among bachelors between the ages  of 30 and 45 *he mortality is very high  ���������27 per cent; among married men of  those ages **t is only 18 per cent.  NO  MEDICINE  But Change      of    Food    Gave  Relief  Final  Minard's   Liniment   Curea   Garget   In  Cowo  Over three and a viUuitor millions,  or moro than 74 per cent of the en-  tiro populat'^n of Ireland, profoss tho  Roman Catholic faith.  Conatantltioplo, tho capital of Turk-  cy, hati u population of iiioro thuu u  million.  A Purely Vegetable Pill.���������Tho chief  Ingredients of Parraeloc's Vcgotablo  Vills arc miv;;drake and dandelion, uc-  dntlvo and purgative, but perfectly  hurmloBH in their action. Thoy  clennoo and purify find have a most  healthful   eft-ct   upon   tlio   HocretioiiH  of    lliu    d'ly-'lh'if    -���������.���������/-.'iiii..      Tat-    il}-;-  peptic and nil who suffer rom liver  and Kidney Mlmenta will ilnd In thorn-  pill i tho mort elVoctlvo medicine In  concentrate 1 form that has yot boon  offered to tc.   Buffering.  S'lTTf-' men were dlHCiisidng Hie midden ilitat.ii of a neighbor who hud lift  a rather hel;,lcaa family.  And the wr.rr.t of it lu, nnltl one, thnt  ������ .. ,     .    i,    ,  i  II 111',     UIM   I   1.111'lt*    IMI   I,      ������'   I.    144     iii.i.il.    ...fjm   A......    ..,������,.,  tin) bead  lo fill hlu l'uther'B ohoou.  '''iiti'ilu of each mailed free, with nt'-jt. i'Ui.j  lleok.    Adiintwi jkw*, rjir<l IVittA-r r.rtiK to,   \ hIio were ������n:ii* nxtniordliiliry creaturi*  *j_uui, -urij., Uuuu MiU. *ju������Uju. Li. ti. A.    i '������i    *��������� ���������"���������������'   ������������������-I-" a.1.1>   ..,     .,. :...:.,.  I .���������������   ���������n..m,.nrt.   n   r.-w  nnd   diuiirurrtiiR  Mlnard'i*   Liniment   Cure*   Dlpluherl.i  W.    N.    U.    mU  lapei-hH ^������r the hunirin  raco.  } (To b������ Continued)  The Tenant -Thnt collar I'vo rented  .- ...     *      .  II       ,>>>..       ...      .....      >l.       I   .������  ,   Kt  .  I l.nrwHer/l��������� flvent iromlnrnn. tiimii"  j What do yo.j expect for flvo ohllllii('n  , u week���������wh'-tc nileo?  Most diseases start in tho alimentary canal���������stomach and bowels.  A groat .l.-al of our stomach and  bowl troubl'.E como from eating too  much starchy and gren.3y food-.  The Btomnch does not dlgoet any of  tho starchy food wo eat���������white broad,  ���������.pastry, potatoes, oat.B, otc.���������tboflo  thlhfsB aro digested l,n tho small in-  testlnon am! If we oat too much, as  most of ub do, tho organs thnt should  digest, thlB kind of food nro overcome  by excess of work, so that fermentation, indlgostlon, and a long train of  alls result.  Too much fat also Is hard to digest,  and this Is changed into acldt*. aour  Rtomach, boV.hlng rub, and n bloated,  hoavy foellnt-*,.  In theue eonditlono a change from  Indigestible foods to GiHpH-,Nnt.i" will  work wonders In not only relieving the  ("llfltrrnn but i:v building up a ntrong  digest Ion, clqar brain and steady  norvoH.  A womnn wrlton:  "About five years ago I Buffered  with bad Btornach~-dy������i*pops!a, IndlRon.  tlon. constipation���������canaod, I know  now, from overeating Btnrcliy and  greasy food.  "1 doet.ororl for two years without,  nnv honoflt. Tho doctor .told mo  thero w������������h iio euro for inc. I could  not eat anything without nuffcrlng ne-  voro pain In my bnck and Bldon, and  I bocamo discouraged,  "A friend recommended Orapo-Nutn  nnd t began to uro It, In Iohb than  two woolen f began to feel hotter and  Inshlo of two months T wa3 a well  woman and nave boon over Hlnco.  "I can cat anything I wIbIi with  plcaoure.       We  ont   OrnpcNptn   and  CrCHin  UU'  iM't'uniiini. miii  nn:   ioij   uuui  of it."      Name given * by    Cnnndlnn  l'oHiuni Co , Windsor, Ont.  Head tho .Ittle book, "Tho Uoad to  Wftllvlllo," in pkgH. "Thoro'u u roa-  non." , .  In vhit. writing we desire to put before o.ir Western Farmers the  saving and advantage of loading grain direc*. on cars. Shipping grain  through an elevator, It matters not whethe** a Government elevator or ?  one run by an elevator com pany or individual ov/ner. does not "afld.  the leait fraction of a cent to the vaiue of .he grain, nor does it give  the farmer any better chance of marketing J t to advantage thanwheii  loadod direct on cars. But loading direct Y*n cars cuts out in the first  place the elevator charge, which is usually l%c. per bushel, .say  $17.50 on a thousand bushel car. Tbe elevator docka_e . is alsio  saved" this may be worth more or less, depanding partly on how dirty?  the grain is, but mostly on the -farmer's-��������� ability ' in-holding his own  with :he.elevator man taking it in. On tho average the dockage,  may be considered worth 3c per bushel to the farmer, or say $30 per  car of 1,000 bushels. When grain is loaded direct into car over the  Leading Platform, the farmer knows for sure that it is his very own  grain that will be graded by the inspector, and that he will without  doubt receive the full and exact outturn of his car at whichever terminal elevator it Is unloaded; for all grain 's unloaded from tbe cars  under government superlntendance and weighed by properly qualified  government weighmen under the rules and rupervlslon of the Dominion Government Board of Grain Commissioners.  Of "ourse; It makes no difference in our loading of tbe farmers'  grain whether it has been shipped through an elevator or over xhe  Loading Platform, but it can easily be seen from what we have stated  above where the farmer's advantage lies, when It saves him around  $C0 or more on every car he ships.  We continue to act as the farmers', agent in looking after and dis-  , poslnp* of earlot shipments of wheat, oatp, barley and flax strictly on  a commission of 1 cent per bushel. We &,re not connected with,  nor interested ln any elevator companies nr olevators, either locator  terminal, neither are we track buyers, in fact, wo never buy farmers' grain on our own account, but only to hf.ndlo and dispose of the  grain .--trusted to ur as the agents of those who employ us. Many  years' experience, with,a wide connection und ample facilities for en-  g;aRin.j; In this special branch of the grain trade, havo given ub a reputation of the highest character In it. Wt make liberal advances  on car bills of lading. Write us for shipping instructions and market Information. Wo give at* references to our reliability,.^efficiency  and financial standing any city or country B������ink Manager In Western  r.irjada,  Thompson Sons & Company  It ���������  GHAIN COMMISSION  MERCHANTS.  701-70J  Y   Grain   Exchange.  ^M&ayalmmmiiMmiXxmMl  Winnipeg, Canada.  \  REST DURING THE LONG WINTER MONTHS  The winter months aro nature's own time for rest and recuperation.  Why not eurrpund yoursolt with Ideal conditions for rebuilding your  norvoi.B eyBtem. Mnlio a determlnod effort to eradicate that old  stand,ng Nervous DlBonne, Rheumatism, Stomach, Llvor and Kidney  trouble, Coivstipatlon, Skin dlsmiHo, Oboflitv. Bright- Disease, Diabetes  You are under tbo watchful caro of a phyHiclan who haa (aa woll an  thu ufiual methods of treatment) at his command, powerful cuiutivw  aKonclort In tlio Eloctrlc Troatmontb, Minor-1 Springs baths, Electric  Light EathB, Needlo and Spray Bathe, Con^nuouu Baths,    MusBttgo,  etc  The Mineral water exorclsoB a marked influence In Increasing ox-  Uliitlon and elimination, tlnm promoting n . better  nutrition*  Dr.  A.  D. CAR8CALLEN, Superintendent,  THE  WINNIPEG   MINERAL   SPRINGS   SANITARIUM  Elmwood Winnipeg Manitoba  Not to be caught  Farmer {on one old oof the hedge to  boy on tho ,>������.hor nldo); Now then, my  lad didn't I tell you not to lot mo  catch you Inro again.  Boy (preparing to run): All right,  don't make n fiiHfl. You ain't caught  me yet!  About ii million lourlntti vltrit tho  Alp- each yit-r, of whom about iwomy  four arc kl'Jtod in accidents.  L..II  tn  a  Iim't your) con ratbor young to Join  tbo Army? I.ald a recruiting ncrgcant  ��������� a nn old lnflv. who brought a boy of  nn������������ra from'Mm��������� to tlm������. They I fourteen to film to willMt.  nro {j**nuln������   true, and full of humnn  Intereat.  WII.V.    UO.    'Hi*-'    tt;i,.nii4,        A i.i.    Aiuu,   x  wiiul hint  to,join Uia. (iifwutiy,  Same Old Story  Good-morning, mntlaml I'vo called'  about the quarter's ratOB.  So Bpoko tho rate-collector IngratiO'  tlngly.  The lady of the hoiino oyed him-  coolly.     She'd got the monoy ready.  aoon-mori������!nR, nho replied amiably,  but I can't, Bay I'm exactly glad to**  nco you,  l IJIJII      lyllll'-   n       .������lltll U     ,tllll      14111114       AJtllt.  most of 'em,    retorted    tho   visitor,  A lot of them llko mo t.'o much that  thoy nearly always ask mo   to   call'  again 1  The Koynt National Mfuuoat lnt-tv  * * ������ ��������� 4-iM    ' ��������� *      -Jl-  tUk4UAi      VtliU      .,.Vfit-k*4U>*-*>,'j       ������'������       X^smmmp     *m**\*      W#  lSfig had nuvrd 3^243 Uvim.  1  vr  _____**���������  mamam TT-TT?     P.^PRTON    REVIEW.     OEESTOK.     B. (_
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aothing so rapidly restores health
and vigor as   SCOTT'S EMULSION.
It is the essence of natural body-
nourishment, so medically perfect
that nature immediately appropriates aud distributes it to every
orc'ari, everv tissue���ffeeding*
nourishing and restoring tbem to!
normal activity.
SCOTT'S EMULSION is not a
patent medicine, but is nature's
body-nourishment with curative,
upbuilding properties and without
.a drop of drug or alcohol. It contains superior cod liver oil, the
hypophosphites of lime and soda
���with glycerine, ��nd is so delicately
emulsified that it enters the system
without -digestive effort-��� builds,
Jtpues and sustains.
After croup, whooping cough,
���measles aiid other child ailments it
.���is nature's ally in restoring health.
After grippe or pneumonia it
imparts strength -"and health, and
for colds, coughs, sore, tight chests
.and throat troubles SCOTT'S
EMULSION gives the greatest relief
known.
.  Scotl fit Buwnc, Toronto, Cutarlo     -   **��=��>
No power on earth shall make me
do it! The man spoke firmly, but
his knees trembled.
She approached close, to his side.
Her eyes  blazed into his.
You shall do it. Bhe   snarled,   how-
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N. P. WUMs, the American writer,
:waj���,usually' theYli^e of th^^ompany-
he happen��1 to.ibie? in? ? His? repartee
.at Mrs.' Gates's di-her In Wastiiifgtoti
is famous. Mrs. Clares wrote on Ka,
card to her'n'ece at-the other end of
the table:. Don't flirt so with Nat
Willis. Sje herself was talking vi-.
vacio-,i?iy to a Mr: Campbell.
Wiilis wr ite' the niece's reply:
Dear aunt, don't attempt my young
feelings to  -rammel, nor strain at a
ever much yo-. dread it!-UTdu hear
me0
I refuse utterly. Such action ls unworthy of a man of pride and honor.
You refuse? Quickly she was at
his side agiin; and though he drew
nactt from ��� er as from a whip-lash,
she gripped him like a vice. ���
Then she took out a small knife���
a thin, shafp-pointed piece of steel.
She thrust 't into his hand.
There! 3ne exclaimed. His obstinacy was driving her to desperation.
Hei voice broke with passion. William Tompk.nc, she cried, unless you
obey, and p-1 those potatoes now���
at ence���you shall go to bed without
any dinner!
CJ1V    H���AA-��A��  A-���l���    |,   ���     , m      m   H^Ban
Suggestive
An Englishman travelling in California was impressed by a specimen
of local humour. He was going
down a dan Serous mountain road in a
coach when he saw these ominous
words, brandt<? in black letterB upon
a white bo-*->*d. nailed to a wayside
tree.: How would you like to have
a broken nsck and a dirty shirt on?
Try ths Snowhite Laundry.
Inquisitive
A small-bay was seated in the parlor j
with  his  sister's  young man.   Being
of an inquiring turn of mind he asked
Mr   Graysmithr Do you weigh  very
much?   ���.-.-, ''.'"��� "���'���''������
About 150!bs, my little, man, the
hopeful levs.;r.respt TidedY
��� Do you thfnk sister would lift you?
the bby?con*.inijed.y  .- ���"
y.*-Qh,?gpodflesb��Y ji'.Q*> said ithe young
Wt&v- bliishiiig*- at'the; imere? thought,
why do yon ask?
.1 don-t brieve she can, either, but
I heard,her 4'ell ma this morning that
she was go*uf: to throw you over as
soon as she could.
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A WlnnipeR lady has been cured of
gall-stones 'after 'Bufferings from that
painful complaint for twelve years. She
had taken many treatments aud many
remedies but each and: all proved failures, until sh** took SANOL, the already
well .mown remedy for Gaii-otones, Kifi-
noy-_tones. Gravel, Kidney trouble. Lumbago and other diseases caused _y urlo
acid' ln the system. It was a great
Victory Tor. SANO_.^ So grateful was
tills : lady.'that she sent a great number
of her friends to us to be treated and
ln every one of these .cases the results
have  been  most satisfactory.
We are willing and anxious to supply
tno nam�� of. this well-known lady. ; Wo
have also records' of cures ln every town
and' locality in Canada and we would be
r.ule to refer you.to. some of your neighbors  for  an  opinion  on  8A.NOL,
This remedy is manufactured only by
the SANOL MANUFACTURING: COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD., 977 Main
street, Winnipeg. For sale by most
leading druggists or direct from the
makers at $1.60 per "bottle.       .
Pleasure First
Where do you get your papers, little boy? ask3d the benevolent old gentleman. ���  '���:
From Jimmy Wilson: sir, answered
the small b:>y.
And who i& Jimmy Wilson ?
Oil      hii'si- ft    nfltirahftvl   'IT���    htivo    'om
.���at the newspaper office.
How much do'you pay, him for them?
A'penny each
And yet 'kou sell them for a haif-
-penny.      You can't make-much, ti.'-'-.;,
"'"'NO...  .;      : ';'- ���-?;'���    ���<���?'
Then why do you? sell
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hollering'?: YYy titi
Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper
Ship Your
HIDES AND  FURS
to
McMillan fur & wool Co.,
Winnipeg, Manitoba
lot
Overheard during the holiday season at Blackpool:
A little "joy said to his father:. Eli,
feyther, isn't there a lot of fooak on
th' sands this week?
Father���Aye,  but there'll? be a
more on th' rocks next week.
WEAK STOMACH
ws$.4? Naw, Rich Blond to Restore
??-T_e_i.iO-aBev]tl:y Condon?';.?
''������:''{ Actually lit. need of feed to nourish
11" them? ? ( 'V*"4't_^ bodyJiaT*jatVyet afraid : to eat. be-
air  ckan-e  cf'i caiis�� "ftf ���the racking' pains; that fol-
. ;-������ -'��� .'        f i^w.'���.. "v. *nvi��������'''. <��-.i<->,_' r>i-��Ti/lit-inn . nf   the
Because they act so  gently (no
purging or?grtplng;| yet so
thoroughly
You ought to wear
Wwwminril���rtiF.iiimiWuVWiHtl'ii"���tSmvrmmvnriSSiS.
ooMin 'Pihtucc
nnhnh-uLUinca
unmJH ULy����8Ly
Reliable merchants have them
in stock :
-^b-j���r ��,_i *i *v^
Book Free. A s-mplo
Koine treatment removed
lump froni thislsidy's breast
Old  sores,_ ulcers  and
-fide Training
"TV-. rrso~~ ���ho *R.tr*-* their w'f^'v duties just as a matter of course it. may
come aii a great surprise to knot?" that
there 'exist -cademies Solely devoted
to the training of brides-to-be.
This is the case," however; and, such
an"institution is _t. Manna's _oue_e,
of Housecraft, which Is situated in
Chichester Street, St. George's Square
S.W. Under its accommodating
roof future brides are taught what to,
and what not to do. For the as-
sumpcion x5 iGng since ueao tAiat a
girl must necessarily be born a perfect wife and mother. Every experienced housewife, although never, perhaps having been through a course of
hygiene or domestic science knows
full well how many and hard were the
lessons she had to learn before' she
became the perfect home product.
It should of course be within the
means of every woman to go through
a proper domestic training, and possibly in the n^ar future better facilities
may be afforded for . poor women,: as
well as rich, to train as wives.
Meanwhile-, at the bride's school;in
Chichester Street the girls are taught
the entire art of managing a house, j
from making beds to cooking evening
dinners. Ifor it is one of the principal's theories that even should a girl
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keep her two or three servants and
footmansrher early knowledge must
always prove useful?
For servants need managing, as well
as training, ��� nd tha young wife, often
finds the former the more... dimcuit? of
the two. -Either she Is X66'lenient
and ihdulg^i1; or she is haughty and
overbearing. She is taught the happy medium: at:.���:.St.- Martha'sr^Gollege.
Life ther?"'lu. hone too easy. The
laundry students, for example, rise
at 7.30 the house student at 6 and the l
cook on Fridays (the day for flues), at
5.30. The remaining girls not acting in the above capacities rise at 6
iri the surh'tier iaiid strip their beds
and open windows. '??
A cup of tea i-3 then taken, after
which'the real work of the day begins.
The girls lay and light fires filling coal
scuttles, sweeping *.nd dusting rooms,
brushing down iiie steps, #t\a. polishing the door trasses. "   . ;
Then follow. 8 o'clock breakfast
which is pr spared by the cook on
duty. Such tasks as washing '���'up,
cleaning silver, turning out rooms,
and ������ cocking, for everyone lasts till 1
o'clock, the luncheon;hour.    ' :.
The course j. a six months' one and
each girl studies a week in 6ach
j hracchoof tb- workv^;w:Becon3lln&?uhi:;
forms "of brown linen, white apron3,
mob .caps and oleeves ai'.er.worn ,in this
particular es'iablishment.
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windy^ biusterin^ days���the' jrerfecxion Smoke-
��� less Oil Heater mves theni'real solid comfort.
,    Itsav a cold and siclmess for it easily
Y^rms the rooms -.bt rfeaclied by the ordinary heat.
,:?., 7^e.LPe^N^ion..-I^e^te?.'?''^..';��aade with nickel t��ii*s-
mings (plain steel or enatiieled turquoise-blue drums).
OrnamentaL Y foexpenswe.    Xiasts for years.    Easily
moved from place to place.
At Dmalmfm Everywhere
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WINNIPEG ST. TOHN
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Cleans and disinfects everything
In your home from the cellar to the
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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
CENTRAL TELEGRAPH AND RAIL-
ROAD SCHOOL
This acbool la located ln Toronto
and does much oach year to supply
the activo demand for Telegraph operators wanted by our Canadian rail?
wnys. A successful record of fifteen
years anil hundreds of officials and I
operators In active railway service today Ih the boot guarantee of tho ro-
Uahlllly of this well known ochool.
Tho book "GuldPd hy the'-'Koy" ox-
plains tho work fully. Wrltd for It.
Address W. II. Shaw. President, To-
ronto.
lowY &Tha'? is the*; condition of the
su��Eerei< froic iiidigeistion���-a choice b.e-
twgen starvAtion Or ? merciless torture?' .':-  titi ������ -���-..- ;���:���:-- ti-- ?'.
-''the'-'-"urgent., ueeu of all dyspeptics,
of everybody whose organs Of diges-
tior.Y have   become nnflt; to   perform
j their important dutyA is for strongei*
s.tbrniachs that can    extract    nourishment from foed>���; , I>r. -.Williams*1-Pink
i'lils give w?a_^' stomachs    just   the
;.strength;thyy need by enriching the
blood BUppl'vi?thus  giving 'tone  and
strength to    the? stomach ��� and    its
nerves, and Wabling it to do the work
nature intended-it to do?   Thousands
of cases ;; of   indigestion   have   been
ciired by Or   Williams' Pink -.Pills,: or
which  the  following  is  but  one   instance..     Miss L. A. Brown, Port Albert, Ont., Hays:   "For a number  of
years I was a terrible sufferer from
Indigestion And as a.result I became
completely -*"un down,? and    suffered
trom backaches and nervous troubles
as well.   .1 had to force myself to,eat,
but never  enjoyed a meal owing to
the awful pains that followed eating.
Life vyjas beeonilng a burden, and as
medicine aft-er medicine failed to help
me I felt I was doomed to go through
life a constant sufferer.      Finally a
matried  sister strongly  urged me to
try Dr.   Williams' Pin'-  Pills, and  I
have reason to be thankful that I followed her idvice, as they have fully
restored my health, and I can now en-1
joy all kind1* ot food without the least ���':
discomfort, nnd my friends say I am j
looking better than"' I have done  for ,
yearB.      At all events I know I feci!
lileo a new oerson,   so   shall   always
praise Dr. Wllllnms' Pink Pills."      ti,
Sold by all medicine dealers or by j
mnli at 50 ct.nts a box or six boxes
'for.$2.CO fr.*n.    The    Dr.    Williams'
Medicine Co', Rrocl'cvillo, Ont.
NON-SKID CHAINS
. for Automobiles
In stock all sizes-���Atlas, Weed and
���-    -..--'������-.���._. .:.-|..flpfl4>-t'      ���    ���- -       ;, .. ,:. .-.:,    .
John Millen & Son?tVlfg., Lt*)'.
,84 Princess Street        ;?
Whblesiie and Retail/Winnipeg .
rule qi the iiouse and lectures vana
practical classes ar^giveu 6n'; such
subjects as sewing, darning, patching,
mendingv upholstery,Ycooking and; the
laws of hyg"OTe in the afternoons.'
Tlie great idea of- the whole system
of the institution is that housewifery
is" a science to be tackled in a scientific way. As Miss Fedddn, '-.'the
principal, he-salt" puts it, the perfect
housewife -should attack: her work
scientifically, and 50 get it done ,b���tter
|! and quicker than ���o'h'e''''lackin.g.:Aethor.d;
-' and -training. She wb-Td then haye
time^ to ihtc-est herself ��� in 'other mat--
ters ;.:'..-'; ..���.,-..;-:    ;".'- -.,--i:k ���...-- -ti [. .tititi.- ti-'
Which Is etninentlytrue. as. every
housewife,, whether'controlline: a liarge
or small house, will readily admit.
f ^^T
TH-&AT KBB&EY TROUB! E
EARLY!
If your kidneys aro not right, your trhole
body Buutiru. NoKlcet that condition and
your sufferings will bo incveJWed leaf old, Tho
best tiino to treat, kidnny trouble is in the
boKinninK. Tako DR. CLARK'S SWEET
NiritK VILLB nt onco, when you have |
lamo bnck, hoadachos, Bpots boforo tho
eyes, psinr, in tho joints, etc.
Mo&t people know tho valuo of eweot
nitre in it**, action on tho kidneys; Five
othor tirovod spocifioB aro lined in Dll.
CLARK'S SWEET NITUV. 1'll.LS. They
cloanr.a, tone and .-.limul.itc impaired lcidncr/c.
Put you riGht and lceey you rlchtJ. Sold
fivtivywlioro at li/ty eenta a box or mailed
diroot by .   % ..     :     ��� ��� *16
THIS MARTIN, BOLE Jk WYNNE OO.
Winnlpeit, Canada
duU's.SiwvliiCiuc
. iJffrWpnvlnfi, Curb, Ulnf-bone, Splint, Bony
��� Growtli* and Lameneu'i from niany *��th<*r
_nu>oi.  Then** men know tlmt ICendoll'i
Is a money tjaver And n home saver,    Wo
can prova It by thousuntW of
OraUtal Leltni*�� From Uaera
-M.Mou_M. n;.w., Due. ijth, 1911.
"I have a Utkc utoCk C. honK* nml am a
mt<rr of U'ctiiIbU'ii Rp��vln Cure. I luiut wiy
that J always had the i*e��t wHlitaitlou trom
It* ute, and e*a recommended it to any
Hnrib. nwiii-r." JOfittl'lI I'rUNl).
IMOKOH XWI.K**. MAM. l)��C. 3..111, *t> 11 ���
"I have uwd Kent���.11'* Rpavln Cure for
I B itwyNc*, 1 hurt it a aure cure tor i-,|M*nn��."
Wll,l.lA��l OUANr.
V*\*m  p   per  Wrtlle���4  HotlUit fv   AJitr;
4nii;��ut  'or fme book "Xteaiiae on the
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Wigwag-1-! never know such 11 fellow as Jones. Ho Is always looking
for troublo, , ���        ������'������.������, < ;
T-Tonpeckci-���Thon why doesn't ho got'
marrlod?
For Sprains and Drulsea.���Thoro la
nothing bett'.r for sprains nnd contusions* thnn Di. Thomas' Electric Oil.
It will reduco the swelling that follows
ti sprain, will cool tho Inflamed tiosh
"und draw tho pain as If by magic.
It will tako the noho out. of u brult��o
and provont tho flonh from discolor-
ing It floomii us if thore was magic
In It, no npOsdlly doon tho injury din*
appear undo?' treatment.
Who was that soody Individual I
naw yon give hnlf a crown 'to?
An old literary trlnnil of mine; au-
thor of "Ton ThouHiuui Ways ot Making Monoy.'
Mlnnrd'a  Liniment Cures Colds, Ac.
-Not a Complaint k
Look lieijo' ha said to the groom, .aro;;
you  tho,..ma.) who*put tho saddle on
Miss  Jennio'a  liorse? ?
Yes, air.     Anything wrong, sir?
It wub loo'.o���very Ioobc? Sho bad
no ..sooner niountod than tho saddle
slipped, and If I hadn't caught her
r.ho would have boon thrown to tho
ground.
I'm vory norry, Blr.
But I did (.mch lior, wont. ��� on tho
young man, meditatively. I caught
hor In my .inns, and���Hero's half a
crown for you, John. Do you sup*
-pose you could lonvo the glrtli loouo
whon wo go ildlng 11 gain to-morrow.
It. Is outlmatcd that $G,000,000 a year
Is spent,In wagoa to profooslonal foot.
haMi'rs, ��� (   ��� , .
Nlnety-olg1 t out of ovory tiioiiHuuu
women married anmmlly In Knglnnd
aro wldowB, and yot moro than 50 por
cont. ot th* ���women between tho a��cs
of, IB and B0 remain unmarried.
In    tho ciiUHos of infant mortality
I cholera roorhuo flguron fretjuontly, nnd
I It mny bo H,ild that, complaints of the
bowoln arc tpent dontroyora of child
I life       If all    mothorn    would    avail
iiiCITimCaVK:"-    '"!    *:".'    ������"i��"'���'' �����'    .1    1 U.4.I.14.V.
nn Dr. J. D. Kollogg'a Dynontcry
Conliiil man> a Uttlo on*' could be
Havod. Thin t'ordlal can bo kIvoii
with fiiifcty io the smallost child, as
thoro Ik no mjurloun nubntanco In It.
W.  N, U. W2%
T-I*��nrv P#*cl:���Do you think you can
mftkc a good portrait of my wiiw?
Mr.   BruBhaway���My  friend,   1  can
makft It ��o Mfi'llkw you'll jump ovory
' tlmt* ,you aim* U��i\. ���
Slit; Ib__ Suck
BeauDSfui Kam!s
that It wnH perfectly evident
Hint Hhe used BN\l% tho
orl'dtial hand
cleaner, to remove the crime
of houuework.
lluiul cU-aiiciu
by nny other
iiittiie   do   not
.......11 in nwrrt
Avoid rank
Ir.iUttt'.cr.i, aud
luiicmbc'- the
name 36
?  ,      Do.i't Get Injured ?'
I've been ihiniving of it ever since
I started on my present journey, said
the commerci:} traveller thoughtfully,
and I'm bothered if I can make up my
mind just what she was aiming at.
YoU see? some time ago I realised that
travelling about the country as I jam
I was taking "a good many chances.
I decided, therefore, to insijre myself.
So I said to my wife, after I had
acted upon Lhe thought, I have done
something today that I should have
done'when I first started on the road.
I have taken ont an accident. Insurance policy on my life. If I am killed, tho company pay a thousand
pounds. If I am Injured, then I get
.1 pound a week.
Fdr'howlong? sheasked.
.   As long as I am laid up. t
But It mlgl-t.be only a wook.    !
Yes.'- Y
And you would only get a, sovereign.
That Is all.
And   If  you   -ret  killed  you   get  a
thousand pounds? .... ti
You would", ;I: answered patlcntjy.   ���
Well, the    next morning,    when    Y
started on-my-journey she threw her
nrms, round?me lind ..cried���      ���',;
Now. John, for heaven's saho whatever you do, don't >get injured.
tiJti'*'ti<V~r~-^ ',.'.'"  ;'*���.'"������*'       '-.��
Levelling It up >
Tho proprietor of tho big ahop on
tho cbrnor wnn a chemist, flourishing
withal and keenly buslnessllko. 116
wnfl at the post. Qf duty TAidway between the ,'*-'d and grcon vlnln whon
tho fierce-looking lady entered his promises, bul. lie rubbed his hands and
'greeted her cordially.
Good-cvoinng, madam, he whinnied,
ln bis'high'Pitchod voice. And what
may I have tho groat plouauie of do-
in g for you?
The toariv.inp lady placed her arms
akimbo, and fncocl him angrily.
The othor night, oho said, In sopul-
chrnl tones, you sold my husband a
bottle*' of tonic, and he camo'homoand
went, for mo llko any thing., What, yur
goln* to do 'about It?1- ��� ' " ��� < ' L
For a brloi moment the man of ;n)edl-
clnn waH nonpliiBHod,'but-only lor a
moment. Then ho tifnno/l on hlta
I udnht-bo uuUtoiner HlH .(-.w^oiotil audio,
j and suavely tcmu'rkod; > ;''?*1* '
Well, ma lam, buy two.^iQittloB for
yourself, and then go hdjoitt*/, ahd not
';��� It^is now high' tim_'to think of Christmas and > yoar Christmas
needs. Y ;A little later on the .mails wiii he so heavy thai delays are
liable to occur; and a little later on oiir Mail OrdeT Department wiU
be so rushed with business that we wiii have di_i_ulty !_ .giving ths
attention   to   orders   that   we  desire to do, and that we usually do?'
We are not Issuing a Christmas Cataiogiie this year, but our regular Catalogue contains a very  full list of articles euitable for Yule-
Tne great' advantage'61 iacltiuliig"these in Citr rsgular Cuta^eBUS
Is that our customers,can order their Christmas requirements at
the same time as they'are and   in   this   'way
-save^cohsiderableviin transportation.;; ...
-..'." ..;���;���   : ���' ���' ���...- ���-.���'���' .-':���   .'������"������'��� ���:  ' .-    : ::-'-.;'-.'.'-'", .-.���':������.. 1   > \
Make your selection early, and order early, so as to have all th*}
advantage of an unbroken asfk>rtment. ^   ti '--'
Of course we have made provision for big business but it always
happens that there is a big run on certain lines which sometimes
quickly exhausts our supply. You can avoid disappointment by
ordering early.?
ir you have not had a copy of our Fall and Winter Catalogue
write !!or It and we will send it to you at once It is well worth having as it is the biggest and best we have ever * issued, while ' our
values too are the best we hav e ever offered.
If you already have a copy of the Catalogue test our valueB and
our service with an order.    You ��r-_ guie to ba pleased with both.
*<H\ E^^TQM C^M.T_��
WINNIPEG <CANADA
g^Bmimmfm-mm^mm^^
r
EveryWoma^soompsexioit
is l>ouri(l to show whether or not she is in good physical condition!.'
If the complexion is muddy, the skin sallow; if pimples or *5ki>t\.
blemishes appear it ia Lhen attention must be given to Improve
the  bodily   condition.    There   Is   one   safe   and   simple  way?
Clear the  system  nnd   burify: the blood   with ,a . few,.doses ,pf
1
'eecMiiig'
MmmXtmt    jTtS J*  *r   �� *
tsven with hlml
V'-:^,
���"���'   ?_ ���_s_5(jAiN**|���
pWW TT Imam
\"%m    Pm.   11^
Or*��r rrom jron*' <1**Ia* Io-iIa)'.
Tommy had been promoted:*^ tho
chomlBt. ilo waa now allowM to
acvvo bohln . tho oountor.       V;W;* *
One morning a   ��nlddlo-aBort;3v'bWly,
looking hor f��H age, camo in.  i,,^'.-.
Novo  vou  got  any  cream   ft-jf^.w**.
storing the complexion *.'    sni'    4***i*.-��u
���bn.nhfully. ' '��� '   '   ,     v   ^
Tommy wan a wise lad. Ho *��y��a
her too-vlvl 1 cheeks wit hopi'ii ndi^lr-
nllon.  ?Y'-
I'UI'UOIl UU.-, UltiiJiiUl, in; i,um (1'ii.iw./ ,
^^     ...   .....   ihaoii   ci-inni   tny   rt*"��.��in��*l'lrii��
This well known vegetable family remedy is famous foi* its poiver '
to improve the action of tho organs of digestion and, elimination. ,
They   will   regulate   the   bowels,   -Limulul-  the liver, tone the,
etomuch and you will know what it is to be free from troubles, ''
Yfrom headaches, backaches, i lassitude, und extreme nervouimeUs.
iVj^ey will make you feel hcaltliier and stronger in every way.,?
Y|By   clearing   your   nysUun  of poisonous "'waste  Recchniri'n Pills
iftrill have good effect Upon your looks"*-thc**ie thcy<
���|fflll Beautify' and' Improve;
. ' TTia dlrectlMM with avery box are of ��p*4-i��l valua ami importune* to womjia.
Sold mrvtywhmrm,   In bona*, 2Bc ���-.,... \ i o\ j
M��WMIIN��WMMWIHW��*��ll<>^^
mmmmmmmlmmmm
Duvip In T.houaht . "
Intorosted Lady���Oh,    iliwir,    look!
That'o Mr.  ithymor,    the   celebrated
pool.      Bo�� tow ��� hin linger tou'ciios
bin lip iiiui Vnttr iilo lufly liiwv.* J-j'I.aaJ},
���'���    ai.��� i,a Al,.'-     T     '����/.rt,l4N��.''.   <��.��.��.��
*4A....l4.Ar."- .-  ... f K.-��.. ,.*AM,��
ftWuict inoi-fl<' of vcrt'C hr; la m<*dn,v
tlna"/
Mr.  Ithymor (to hlmoclf)- 1    have
to order suRar tram tho groccr'n, beef
Tha WIho Man nnd tHo pool
Once, in travelling. Dr. Blcdmo wn*
nxcoedlnRly annoyed-  by1t;��,>< bodantlo
horo who fo-cod hlm��olt upon him and *,
mndo a grotit parade of 111-'UiarnlnR.
',llll'   dlll'itJi     llllll   11   A*l>, luT.n   '.I'm   *is*    CuU'ih
iilii]  ui. itiiiKib, Hiuiiiiiiii 111  liliii k.i.aV'vi'/,
*.alJ"-
My fiiuud, you u,ud 1 know aU that
In to bo known.
How In that? mild the man, ploaned
.At.      A 4414     4I...V.V...,      4'-.^       ��'���       ....       ,,   .   v. -.   ..   (��*.*.��,...... s    ..
br*��fiti   nnd i,��.��,ir -omi" HOothlnK avrun I naiivnlatlon.
I, for the baby.    I wluh    to   goodness |    Why. nnll tho doctor,
A **N *���*%���'���* II ��*���#*.-K* mt -maf '
you    hnow
thAnTnt\\VrtellKhtftd lady bought six/Mary would attend to all thr-yo things j every'thin. exoopt Uut you iw�� # fowL
ihoxfls right away. IherseWJ | und 1 Know that.
���AU&
MWI��I��NI--MM fe$S%vH";M-':,^  ^mtititiMtititizti. ������������������  iilt#il^?ip.-':'';:  >k<i������&e**Jt.WWfSKXmi.Wmf.-*mm*.:  ^-r^^'^^^H^m^.VpmiMsfe-^AW:!!^!^^-.1^*-*'  ^5tfe������-'JHid  ���������fr..'.':(".v,'.:-.t!i'::  -r' ���������.'..���������       .--.*���������  .- ..,-'. ..-;���������-:.���������      .  ..:     ..-., ���������:.���������-. ���������  ,.*-..:',-':--"..'-*.'-"'..'-"''.-'','.: ., '..-.v. . - ' -��������� ".. ���������"��������� .���������-". . ..���������.."..:.'-;- ���������:   -- -���������:.'- ,'..  . .'."��������� .....-...���������<- ���������:.. - ���������-��������� .���������..-. :.v *,  ;���������'! uiv qli^roN   iii-^iEW.   ckkston,   b. 0.  ���������^'-'���������;������������������  ���������I::3_e Creston ^Review  ~S���������;*SS3S������i=S_  Published evesy   S*sidey si*. CreaSea, British ColiuaMa, by the Gaston i_iut-  ng and IhibUshing.* *Oo2_ps_yt Ltd.  W. Bw McC_u������e  Editor and Manager  i���������g _^--_-  XXvJL  ���������A ���������V-'vJf.W.VJf  The Kevie^wis the acknowledged advertising medium of the Oreston valley, cir  ouiatingaii nearly one thousand homes throughout tbe Oreston district sad  retching out in a broad inani>������>r into other conimuiiitip:*'. Onr ndvertising rates  are based on the scale of the Kootenay arid Eonndnry I'-'rinters' Bonrd of Trade.  Land purcha&e and land Icjisij Jiotices, $7 for ���������"tnfr.tui.y lime. Display ndvf.r-  tis������*n'.eiJts,$i per inch i!*'r u;oi>tb ; oiber advertiMoi": 10 cents per line first it-sue  and 5 ceniri per line in ���������Aufccoeriiiig wee���������s. ���������-Siil-soi-ipiiiui j.������res $'3.00 a year in  advance.    Our colnmhs i;rc open to eoniributions dt'.'iling iu mutters of local -iu-  '; teresi- and the*welfare of the community.    CDnti-ibutiiujb must be brief and  'Signed.  What can be accomplished for the good of the district  when the ranchers and the business men work harmoniously  for a common end, vvas well exemplified by the success of  the exhibit which Was gotten up by the. community for the  Dry Farming exposition at Lethbridge. This exhibit was  handled by.'a committee chosen from the three organizations  the Board of Trade, the Farmers Institute and the Fruit  Growers Association. The ranchers supplied the fruit and  produce for the exhibit and the Board of Trade financed the  staging of It, and the result of this was that Creston's display was bigger and better than it would have been had it  :b'efeii handled by any one body. The exhibit attracted the  attention of the crowds and was generally acknowledged  to be the best in the British Columbia building.  It is to be hoped for the sake of the advancement oi the  interests of the valley, that tills harmony between the  business men and the ranchers is maintained. At present  everything seems to indicate that it will be. The Board of  Trade at its meeting last Tuesday evening took steps which  plainly show that it is its desire to continue to work with  the interests of the ranchers, by shouldering the task and  expense of determining the lawful owners of the land  being fenced in by the Canadian Pacific Railway company  along its right of way. The ranchers as a class would act  unhesitati_g'i3r, at the present time, '-.vii.ii the easiness men  were anything to come up to put their will to a test.  Personal feelings and   predujees must be  forgotten   in  m.M   ������v������������-.������-fr������A,������-_   r\ *-;������*������������������,:������ ���������! t-i it-itr  tr. tliP tff.^l filTf*     AT     frTiP������     fni-'ro     /iicff!.^*-  \ lhe Leading  | Hotel of the  S Fruit    Belt  V  -  OU will make no mistake  when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests. ^  The rooms are wel 1 furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  x  *4Mf  # 1UIU'  _!**������  -  5*5  n  i_n___4B v  I Oat   Guests  \ Cs.lt   cAgam  jill(li.(^^  W^0k  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Ivunibemien, .Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  At_-av.     fi BS������_ I fhirii*���������jn  -mmm ������g }.���������'j g ��������� =jarmA B ��������� n B n  -9\   nr  ____ ni   -im mmi nunu   a B .^K ���������  uca*<       _*   n ��������� n is   ���������. >_���������_-  ������=   _,-= =_=-.  -=--���������=.=    " " "HOIlIU-^iil'b'    1Q-11II)-S  g    With every Nyals   Family  Remedy  ^h [ '" m :.'-...'. "'   - . "-.%������,  jmysw-; purchase, you  may    know  what   _%  drugs are used in its Composition,  by ,jr  referring to the "Nyals Family Chest"  a Booklet supplied Free, ask fot it.  Nyals Kidney pills Cure  Backache.  41-i-i  w  J a ������$* Moran     -     -     rrop.  I  B a 8 _sa sj=*i. E=s  Cooperation  of the ranchers wiii insure business success,and  harmonious working of ranchers and business men in matters cf information, aad publicity will hasten the dav.  There are two compensations for the weeks of   rain   we  t.fmm.n     I������r���������������1-������      ovi-tor iaiipiii fi" '   jig     ni i"tc14-. t"o f fi      f pnt tiorrtl nrA      1-oc  liavv.     uwu     ������.���������.^/\-a f-*-.^- ���������(5 ���������        ��������� ��������� ������-���������     -^��������� ^f -������ w a ������-��������� x. ^.      . ^^. ^.v. ������t... ^     .ij.s  reduced the fuel bills, and the heavy rain has completely  saturated the fall plowed ground insuring against drouth  next year.  KiLtu *!*rn<9~rmen���������mmlM1, tiL'_j|ggnsmBnesr.a������ ___u ���������ju-iijaaaarygau  Use Of Cedar  Ties Decreases  la 1010 oasfcorn codur couipoHod 40 per  oont of tho total number of cross ties  purohnsad in the Dominion; in lflll it  fell to 5.4 por cent, and to fifth pi ice in  importance of speoleH used.* Its plaoe  has been taken by jack piao of which  sorvutivo treatment is given. Greosot-  in-,' mnkes the initial expense par tie  por tie about A3 cents as compared with  58 cents Cor the untreated tie. However  as tho length of life is extended by 10  yours, the economy is two cents por tie  per year. This would mean $1,400,000  por annum, to say nothiug of the vast  quantity (estimated to ba 050,000,000  feot board measure annually), whioh is  t_  w   __a ������aads***  s a  IB   _  I  m e m  Arrant     ir*r     Q^rr_S =_->-������*_ tixr    TfmiiiWt^ii  X.    ~4l������K 1������- All ������. Al VJ-   HI 4X~" *X* 1A41,      A-\Vjr������*������S    T Al    ������*������ ��������� JA V4������ JA    >������^ mJX  CIothes===Qents Furnishings  MMMMMtMCWIBI  ll -oreston orug&  Phone 5!  \jU8  _.>^.<%. <������h_<������^w^tA-i������fe..-fcA^^.__._a>_4ift>^-:w-i w_������   ^|^<^P^Ci������:^#a^A^^ av%Fm\p*&*&*$$R&^^g)^iz^]i*^  feee������*Se&:@e#S*&:6^&*&-6_^:������Si-:SwgiS!@^  ������g  -tr  '���������ft  Transfer, Livery and Feed StabSes  I (Best equipped Livery In Town)         \      |  ^4 All class of TURNOUTS supplied at short notice.   The latest styles of    5*  @' GUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.    Saddle and nn-ile hoi-o������ -    ^  iii* ��������� - *���������' "            -iJjU  .$. Speciality.                                                             |  # Feed for sale.       Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Co.      Horses for sale    W  lillf ���������..:..-������������������                                       Iff}.  i?li I am -orermred t-0 ���������'ill all o^dei's. b*A*-.V������ VSw wiro ami mail1 ������.������./������ ������.a������i -ii 4.������������������i-���������      bi\  Ujl .                                                                            ijjtl  ������? ot any hour of the day or night.    Commercial men and landseekers, will    ^f  i& \.              receive prompt attention  i-  ���������*$  -  Hi  W Phone 56 Sirdar Avenue                 "                   ��������� Box 14     ������J  w? '       ���������                                                                                                                                              im  t 1WW*D   {JJUUJfJl, illKIUUUa  H.S..McCreath  i  *"*i  [ -king   -5t>watb96 Scbooi  Jot  5So_s aui> -iftls  Cranbrook, as. <L  Principal  Mrs. Cherrington  Head Mistress,    Miss Cherrington\-\  (Honottrs   certificate,   Cam bridge.  Higher Local, B;rmingham Unniver-  sity Education Diplonja.)  5     A gg**lg->OWtV ��������� Mi.F   Un/i-^A"    '  !- ��������� mm..v . ,..m *- A   XX*������0   KX\JXX^tO*MX.     |  (Cambridge  Higher Local certifi- |  ��������� cafee,  Diploma   of  the   College   of |  Teachers for the Deaf.) '  Terms for boarders on applioation  to the Head Mistress.  to tbo3e who fill ont and  mail this coupon AT ONCE  Sample of our expert penmanship and  facinating lesson in short hand.  THE -BLAIR   BUSINESS 'COLLEGE  Spokane, Wash.  I am interested in Business Education  Pleaso eend me full information about  your College, and especially about the  subjects checked below:  .... Bookkeeping .... Shorthand "'"" ii  .... Typewriting   .... Ponrnaushin,.,,,,^. J   Quiolc Figuring Letter Writing  I can begin a course about   Name    Address   wood 40 per cent of tbe ties nued in 19111 being taken from the fast dimiuiehing  wero made. Tamurack, with i������ por  cent; Douglas fir with 14 per cunt, aud  hemlock with 12 per cont are the three  next in order.  Tho Forestry Branch of the Department of tho Interior, which ifi authority  for tho abovo, statea in ifci bulletin, on  tho subject thnt 115,083, 770 ticn, or 4,*  4(19,808 moro than in 1010, were purchased in 1911. Railway development  in tho West ia largely reBponalblo for  the inoreaae.  The average price per tie wan 139 cents.  The United States famished the moat  expensive klntbi,-8outhorn piuo at $1.10  and white oak at 81 cents apiece. These  latter worn nsfld Inrgoly in HwUohefl.  In 1911 the sawn tir* stood nhonrl of  the howcntlo hoth iu quantity usod and  price, 70 iter coot of tin* total bolng from  the mill. Tho coat was-il cents apiece  or 4 04*mtn mora than tha hewn tt*.  An interesting ostlmat* of tbe amount  timber -supplies,  ���������Largo stock of heavy shoos just arrived.-���������A. Mirabelli.  The Beaver Lodge haB changed its  hoadq.Tr__ti.-fl to rooms over JohOBon'H  pool hull.  ���������LADIES, call at our store aud look  over onr supply ot McOalls pattorns just  received.   S. A. Speers.  Mrs. Hopo of Ottawa arrivod in Ores,  ton Saturday for a visit with Mr. and  Mm. B. O. Gibbs.  --I enn supply you with rubbers. A.  Mlrabelll, tho Shoo Mnkor.  COMPLETE  Animal   Fertilizers  aURLmX  MONEY        SEEDS  Sow Burns' Fertilizers  And Reap Dollars.  a#  M%vi 1 \m%m %ai\%\ts\\ antilrl "as** mmame-A   Xmm*    ���������**���������-���������    ���������  Divine Hnrvice at Chrisfc Ohnrch  will  c'lmmoneo at 7 p. w,, instead of 7;������0 p.  m.; on Nov. Slid and tln-ouahnui, thn  ti bj *jrc- j yrUnw months,  I  II  Call or send for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  _,.,, '-.--     .-.���������....-....-��������� : ������  r. DUKNa & uO.  Limited  CRESTON       -      B.C.  Head Office  CALGARY; VANCOU-  VKis"      l-'.iDIVION'I'ON,  that has made such a sensation throughout Western Canada.  Made oF highest grade Saskatchewan wheat, in the newest, best-equipped,  largest mill on the prairies.  Made with the determination to   give users  better  flour-value, greater  certainty bf   baking-success, fuller satisfaction with, the final  result,  whether  with biscuits, cake or breqd. .-.,���������.  Housewives throughout all the West admit that Robin Hood Flour gives aii this.  Therefore, Madam, it is the flour for you.  This flour cannot be described in an advertisement.    We use this paper  merely to give the introduction���������to say:  " Let us make you acquainted with Robin Hood Flour." '  It la tho fruapantood floui\ . If you iu-q not satisfied with It aftoi* two falt������ fa-Tals,  ask your grpoeop fop youi������ monoy Ibaok.    Ho will grlvo lt to you.  Add mopo water than usual whon using- Robin Hood Flour.    Mado of suoh  hard, dry wheat, It absorbs moro mol_turo-produaln_ a laptop, whltor loaf.  The difference between Robin Hood Flour and other Flours  you have to find out for yourself.   That there is a difference  every woman who now uses Robin Hood admits.  ROBIN HOOD niLLS, Limited  Calgary noose Jaw  "**tmi\f^  Xti****-  For Sale by CRBSTQN MERCANTILE CO.  mssmmm  ji���������_j_L___i_._������__l&L^ ,  |HY should you gst your job printing done away from your home town  when it can be done here in just aa near a style as anywhere, on  as good quality of paper and'at reasonable prices. We will have your  work ready when promised. CRESTON PTG & PUB. CO.  i _  '-.I  4*4  'Vl  ���������:i  n  1  T  ���������,-'  yy  H  %  "i  l  i  ������  M  %  I  ,     1  ,  t     J  '}  .1  iswwgsswgg'j  !|Uil.WjH"H.,,^.|1|,.'.l I'.WW.ll.M.^WW'ilW,...'."1  ^^!.^i^vwwr������ii.:'*ii^t^,ii'!i)W'|itt..i.ii*')iw,i,iiww.  IWIlW.hli mi hi .mm ������liiilliiiililniilin4  a Il������ma���������I���������IHtHtllAI  il?i'i)iiiiiilll'iiiii������ilii.iiiiiii������  _______________j*.saii--_wi������M^i*^^  mmm  HMrtlWMM������������������  mmmnLmmmmmmmmmmm  v'mmfim*i������mti^,i������wm^<^',mi^'jm.'t.-!>>>^x TjELE    Cii-tSTOw    ttEVIRW,  ������������������������������_-���������_ a* rm *>*���������* s *x mSm"  Tit  XJ.  rt  #s\  Scasr-r_������4^    ~~T.  -j^ari'-klia f  SOUi ett5������stt_B*������tii*������������wiwiet������2-  C:_adJ-the t_s- in it���������i pe_:������.  Arniouncement of  Fruit Packing Schools  B>  t-  8end for iampiet oi 5^_'*SJag*i Css*'**',  eerga ana ������i5 iritaiaa iaaaa���������bw mjt>������  book,  i '  Ask tbe ���������Bibles !a yoBS ts*ss 9? *M*)  sgax.  G. Fi-ed Johnston, _ craie, B. O  ; valno about exhibition packing - lly  ut-  teudinjj'ho ������*chool as well * a*? a* good  d**al������of th" iatorprelatiou of iii'"* Frnit  Murks Act.  Fopiis who K&-in in a score of 7o% for  mi..     ���������^_M .A������������������.������_. A  _49      A  mmIahII^mA      *>**   *������ ���������     ' *i *  ---u^^-t---*-* ^^.-cja.,,.  efficiency   in tbe packing school, and  ���������'������**- Wm. E. Scow. Deputy Minlatei)  loy  PROFESSIONALS  CHAS. MOORE, C.B.  B 0.   IiAND  SuRViSVOK  ASD   AKOHITBCT  x-lana and Specifications  CRESTON  ������       -       ��������� B.C.  DEN riSTR Y  r������. e. halld. Dm So  Office   over  Frank Parks Hardware  Store���������Baker Street.  CRANBROOK-  B.  GUY   LOWENBERG  Consulting Enginekb  CRESTON     ���������-..-.  cordance   with its policy of th9 past j    .  three years,-will continue the frnit pack-'  '4 *  ing schools disrii!''*' th������ co_sis������i? winter.  The packing schools proved even more  popular in 1S12 than previously and we  i  espeot, from the number of applications  already in, that there -will be a great  growth in the woik this winter. It its  hoped that tbis year schools will he  placed in every fruit distriot of the  Province, where a sufficient number of  up a creditable pack for the  Department prizes the followiug year,  may secure a diploma certifying ihe  sa ne from from the Department..  Three Important  Articles Oil Oimim&dcl  No. 1.   Appears in the Review of Reviews for November: "Canada's Gov-  B.C.  MR. & 'MRS. CROMPTON  Teachers of  Piano, Violin. Sineine1  ss-f Music Supplied fo? Concerts & Dances  OKEIX. YOUNG & vjo.  nw _48E������io ana iUBuranoe.  HOUSES TO P.BNT  CRESTON  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire. Life and Accident I_sarsi.cc  REAL ESTATE, Etc.  1 KiAliy  1JU4J���������S uuu uo SoClucu.  The class of instruction furnished by  the experts, employed by the Department, in previous years has demonstrated its efficiency in meeting the competition of Oregon and Washington in  fruit packing. "X'he experis_uo aud  standing of the instructors secured and  che confidence reposed in tbem by the  DcpartHx^n*-, gusv^vtwa w> ihe xraic- growers the highest class of instruction.  '   -r  As in previous years the local administration of the packing sohools will be  placed in the hands of a responsible  local body, such as the Farmers' Institute, the Fruit Growers' Association, or  ltie _njtuu *rx x.x&\xB.  The Department ot Agricultnre provides the inntrnctor and pavs his exp-an-  ces. The Department will also bear tha  cost of the packing paper, the frnit and  all other legitimate expenses, except  that of the Secretarial -work, which it  has fcsss found most satisfactory to  leave to-local arrangement.  fl TO FU-i SHSPPEiRS  \m   1 he nio-t ric-tirnto, Telktlilu and otiiy Sliirket lic;iurt  M   and l'nic List, 6flti kind published.  El        "(Eh-* *&fm-_**t ghipnav"  g|   Mal!e_  FSEB  to tho** tntwestcli "in  Harw Fiire   5  I"���������**���������*        SES- SjS VS'-'K Rsi-- 9S a ruSTai���������TCBRT  It's nut a Tntpp- r's Oultlc, but a jjuli'fet)tion 1' smsd  every two yfiex*. vlilcb gives you reports of-what is  doing is sUtiseSIs!rk������l*lof tbe World ln American  Raw Furs,  This Information is worth hundreds of  S   dollars to you.  Writ* for It���������NOW���������M^S &&SB  . A    El    SulJSe'i9T  ra a~& m    a-* *���������*���������     *^ * - **-* ������������������"*��������� ������������������* ���������**��������� - -  B  Iba Largest Hausg In the World dealing exeluslielr In  J A_lericc���������1 Raw Fur*  3  55-27 ff. Hichigao St, Ossi 41 C-CAOO, lit, U.S.*.  ILL     I M H   M^gBSB���������������B '  tlfllLJ-  ' ^* >'. V'^&asSjys!���������*���������  '    'ft '^fSKz*''���������"���������  / s������\     /Ji J"'*.''    SV*5  f ���������A ' 1* \t~ VS  ���������"������������������-������������������'-y*sA     . ,. --^SS  \nu      sii-i in.TAi:i: uATri,ri  s i nft ni ill 11 ir������ 11? 11 r 11  **4 ������. IAI.HA4AA, AVa^^^tAAAM  13.U.  "������KHL IR* Beatt^ |     j  CRANBROOK  - B. C.  ���������s  1  3 r  The  liir&mf  runerai uirecior n  taJ���������SEES-Oa  ���������"PMhlWI  re  e. contract ���������  For tho 'mild ing of your New  House, Store, Oftlce. Workshoi  or other building, Avrite or call  on me. Esthnates given on all  kinds of work.  jytiwaauai  --epairs&Aiterafions  A SPECIA_TY  (Charges re'asonablo and satisfaction  guavahteed on All Work  JOHN   BOYD,   Creston  r'4i_UU������\l4-Cl������  m*xmmpgj*tma)**}tMavL\. r.mawo marmmamm  inrriB-r'1Niiig7rnTTT*r",-"������**-'lj������-'-  t*-m nra   B  9 a a  BrabelBi  Smfdlts and  M&rMGss  Repairing  A QPEOIAlmTY  Dealer in   higH   class  boots and sao^s.  j    Get your Wines* Liquors, [  Tobacco,  Cigars,   Pouches,  ' Pipes, eta, at'ibe  *, m '{      '    ' *   "  Creston f Wine    &  Spirit Co*  ,������.^.^W..MWWW������WHMWW  3* Poolet Propa  <umnniimm  mmLADllilH, call at. our wtoro und  lo*-'.; o'-M't'onv Hupp'y ���������������!' Mcr'alln pat-  terns just'vecolvcd,    B. A. Bi������om'H.  -���������.no jresiJumsiyitf ori^aji���������5_���������O^a ill "r'.'-..^  case will be required to guarantee a minimum of twelve pupils, but not more  than fifteen, wish proper qaaiiiicatio-S  s* a fee of three dollars each; to take the  twelve lessons of two and one-half hours  a lesson, the school extending over one  week. In a limited number of district's  a double packing school can be arranged  for, in whioh' the minimum guarantee  will be tweniy-fonr pupils, but not more  than thirty, for the same number of  lessons. The guaranteeing organization  will also arrange for ami bear the expenses of the hall, its heating and lighting.  The hall for fifteen pupils must be at  least 30 ft by 60 ft"., and well lighted. It  must be heated sufficiently to   iv-i-yem*,  dialling of tha fingers ot the packers,nud  to prevent freezing oE the frnit at ul-jh:-  The Department will as far ns possible,   use  local fauit.   At the  time 01  making   application   for   the pncldug  sohool,   you  aie  requested   to rcHerve  fruit at the rate of S^  to 8 boxes por  pupil.    The hardinr varieties, such  as  Ben Davis, aro preferred.    Fruit must  00 in good condition, but need uot le  {faded aud none should ruu uutlcr ������%  linmeter.   The Department will pay the  legitimate market price for this fruit,  [t looal fruit oauaot be soon-rod,  tho  Department should be rxpressly notified  and NyiU undortako to sooure satuo.  Th6 instructor will bring with him  rhe necessary packings tables and fruit  paper. Tho Depart meat expects tbat  Uo will bo mob on his arrival by somo  rospoi-rtjlblo por son, who nhould provide  him with all ucoosaury Information, bo  .ib to got tho Gi-hool under way without  losflof tlmo. '���������������������������.',:���������;  It BoeniH hardly noooHHury to presonl  to you the important advantages to bo  it-uinnd from tho pnokhiR* school, pnrti-  onlavly in tho way of prnul-toiil and  thorough instruction In actual commercial packing.  Pupils will lofirn in addition, a good  deal nbout tho methods nud equipment  used by tho moufc progrocBlvo Asaoclo-  At.nn,XAtA4-    "Rallt��������� mxr        &.-*,    irvnavimAnl   ifi  -������������������ ~���������       -������ ������������������ '.m.j, ^������M       ^.^f.mm.^.^^*     ���������  Public Ownership and Ooeration," b**  Albert J. Beveridge, former United  States Senator from Indiana. This is a  brilliant and informing discussion of the  conception, construction and of the In-  tercclonial Railroad, with an interpretation of its national importance.  No. 2.'   "Is Canada to Havo uNdyy??  by P. T.  McGratb,  editor of the St.  Johns [Newfoundland] Evening Chronicle. ;and member of the Upper, House.  of the Newfouuuland Legislature. This  will appear in the December Review ol  Reviews, and will be an informational,  comprehensive discussion of the naviu  policy of the Dominion {Whether Canada shall build warships to aid in Imperial   defense   fund.   The  Dominion  Parliament meets next month, November 21st, in special session, at the call of  the Premier, to receive the official report of  Mr.  Borden's   recent visit to  London and to discuss matters of naval  policy. This article will seS forth the  Borden point of view as well as that, ol  the opposition, headed by Sir Wilfrid  Laurier.'..  No. 3. "Canada'a New Railways and  the Panama Canal," by P. T. McGratb  Is the new Hudson Boy railway, which  has excited so much interest iu the Dominion, to be favorably or unfavorably  affected by the opening of the Panama  Canal?  WATER NOTICE  For License to Take and Use Water  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINIG REGULATIONS  - Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  ia Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Aiberta  the Yukon Territory, the North-west  Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Colombia, may be leased  for a term of twenty-one yeans ������i  an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,560 acres will be leased to  One applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent of the district in which  the rights applied fp_ are situated.  Ih surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsntveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant hiniself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee of *|5 which will be refnnded if  the rights applied for are not available  but not otherwise. A royalty shall be  paid on the merchantable output, of the  mine at the rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  farnish the Agent with s-voin returns  accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined and pay the royalty there-������n. If ihe coal mining rights  are not being operated,?'snch.���������returns  should be furnished at least, once a * enr  The lease wiii include the coal mining rights oniy, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of the mine  at the rate of $10 an acre.  For full information* application should  be made tothe Secretary of; the Depart-:  ment of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lauds  ;-���������-.. W. ;Wi:OOKYtiZtiti-tititi;  Deputy Minister of the Interior  TST. B���������Unauthorized.publication of  r.his advertisement will hot be paid for.'  sjs^mmiS'  riv/irtB  OF   THiH  transient  commodious  sample:  This Hotel is one of tbe  best known and popular  Hotels  in  the   Kootenays.  The dining room is strictly  up-to-date and the bar supplied with only the best brand  of goods.  -I  JLl^  fitaa  Engraving   ������ea   ^  ���������smt  I^otice is hereby given that Paul  Ofner or Duck Creek, B. C, \vill apply  for a license to take and use i cubic  foot of water per second, out of a tributary of Duck Creek, which flows in  a westerly direction through Blocks  4 and 5, Lot 279, and empties in Dink  Creek near Block G. H., Lot 101. The  water will bo diverted at the south  east corner ot Block 4, Lot 279. This  notice was posted on the ground on  t'lf-* lit li day of November, 1012,  Tho application will be filed in the  ollicc of the water recorder at Nelfon.  Objections may bo filed with the said  Water Recorder or with tho comptroller of water i*5ght9, Piu'llauicnt  Buildings, Vietorii������, B. 0.  Paul Ofner (Applicant)  Everyone wants apictnre ot tha mamb-rs of the  Government of ?  Canada?   The ������������������News-AdvertiBer" has  had prepared fbr the exclusive  use of its readers in this provinoa a large eugravod plate i>f Rt   i3on?  R. L, Borden and his Ministers.  The group is redrawn from the latest photographs of the eighteen  Ministers, who compose the advisers of His Royal Highness the Governor-General. I is printed in sepia on heavy board ready for framing,  and will be of the greatest educational value in the home,  the school?  and the library,    Y      ? ??-ti  The Prime Minister, HON, R.L BORDEN, occupies a central position, and is shown standiug at the head of the Oouacil Table. Seated  about him are his colleagues. .' '.-'.--. .  Dimly in the background the features of Sir John Macdonald look  down on his successors.  Y-?;;e������_  ti&M  "-"-. tirti yti,\ti-.tis������tihM  tititiyyy-ytilm  Mow to Obtain the Hicture  ���������LADIES call at our store and  lobk over our supply of McCalls patterns just recieved.    S. A. Spe-rs.  This line engraving, of which a  limited number have bten pre??  par* d, will be sent v  FftEE :6F"CHARbE;'  to new snbscriberfi. or t:������ old subscribers, whorenew their subscriptions  for one year (|3 00.)  For out of town subscribers the picture will bs .tabed and postage?  prepaid. ...... y?;  Non-sub"cribers may  obtain coyies on payment   of  ������0  cebts,   If;  niailad, ten cents extra for tubing und postage.-  Applications and remittances (cash must accompany order), must  be made to ,_ ' ���������   ?���������-'���������;  The Circulation Manager  \>~ ii.(,-'-fi'.-Z������.Ss\  RENEWAL OF LICENSE  Liquor License Act (Section 18)  Notice is hereby giveu that on the  1st day bf December next application  will be made to the Superintendent  of?Provincial Police for the renewal  of License for the sale of Liquor by  wholesale in and upon the premises  known as Creston Wine & Spirit Co.,  situate at Creston,  B. C , upon the  lands described a3 Lot 32, Block A.  Dated this 25th day of Octobor, 1012  Sidney Poole  Applicant  6 9-.   ���������V��������� .tra  j ��������� ��������� inews-AOverier-,;-:' vancouyer,B.f;.  0. J. Stophoui-, who has been spend-  vto*^*mam*amxmmmwatmarmmai^^ mmmmmmmymm^mmmmammmmm**M'_fmmamma. '-'������������������"  A^^yAL    EASTERN    EXCURSIONS  "��������� Ba'.MUiJ ,1 '��������� ���������'.,. .i.,1,   " ���������'"   " ���������',**��������� a,. ,'��������� '..,.'..f _' i,|r,"',,:r.i,.,",",:i.'rri*a.���������"1 v, .:���������,.-��������� u.i,i ���������,s.i..,'..L,','..*  Creston to Toronto and return    . ���������- ';.'.'-'.'������������������>".     $77.^5  Creston to Montreal and return       - E ���������-     $82,65  Corresponding low rates to points iu Ontario, Quebec  and Maritime'Province.  U1U...-I.UM .. ;.. .,������. .ji.iiji.ji m_j_ji���������_ ui���������a.���������jiuia_!__���������__HJBumagi,', "������������������ ���������"���������i..',1 ���������' "',i"j!���������!iiugaj?jauu������uiunwji '>,-  Tickets on sale, Dec. 1st to 31st inclusive, good to return  within three months.  :t>u  Renewal of License  Liquor Liconsi* Act (Section 42)  Notico is hereby given that on tho  first day of December noxt, application will be made to the Superintend  ing the summor in tho prairie provinces dent of Provincial police for a ronowal  returned to Creston Inst Thursday. ot tho Hotol License to soil Liquor by  retail in tho hotol known as the Ores-  ton Hotol, situate at OreHtim In fcho  C.G. Roodorof Spokane, n member pravinco 0f British Columbia.  of a roal ontato oompany holding lingo     Drttcd thlo 18th day of October, 1018.  fcraots of tho Kootbuay Vnlloy Flat lands jt -g, Moran, Proprietor,  lu Idaho, spent Friday aud Saturday vin  Oroston in intorest  of tho reolnmatlbn  of tho low hinds.  im*.m+*m-mxm i_-W*i.i  ii_i-_i���������'^i"^'_ili->i*li aa-hiaimmmaimmmmmim  Liberal lExtension Privileges  mtm*'#m*,-y ��������� maty a  ���������am  Sft:  Tlio now  lorry  uoiott' tbo liuotcai/y  has arrived from Nolson.  Ticket*] issued in connection with TRANS-ATLA.NTIC  TRIPS on sale, Nov. 7th to Dec, 31st. inclusive, and limited  to five mouths from date of issue, with privileges of extension.  ���������'Ti   .��������������������������� ���������������������������,������.,.  --.���������,  ���������  ���������      ,1      ..-,,.-���������.-,- - ���������m.  L, Pcrkina, teller at tho local branch  of tho Canadian Bank of Commerce, Ih  off on a loavo of obnenoo.    L. Lludaoy  .4         --���������!!      ������l������~        l������.m   .      ������.������/.������������������������     A..m%      4,44 I   CM1   ���������4lll������IMaA   IM   ������>?? !'���������"'^ii' LLww.  VAIJUU,     VT.4A    4*111 u     itMAH w    ��������������� wm    mtvmox    w������ I * ��������� .    %g "-",  TRANSFER OP LICENSE  Liquor Liconso Act (Section -IB)  Notlco Is hereby givon that on tho  lut day of Decoinbor noxt, application  Will lio uuulo t<J tho iSii'H.jiiili-ni.iruL  of Provincial Police for tho 'JVaiiNfor  of tlio Liconso for tho sale of Liquor  by wholesale in and upon tho pviimlsoH  known as Creston Wino A, Spirit C������������.,  to tho promiKOH to bo known as tho  sumo, situate at Crcaton, il. C��������� upon  tho lands doficribcd us Lot 2, Block A  Dated this 25th day of Octobor, 1012  rtt t- ���������������-������- ..������ -  MaSmxa+tj    m.  \^\0aim-  Holder of Ltoenoe  Finest JEiiquipment, Standard uud Tourist Sleypuig Caid. Dining oaru ou all  through (ralus. Compartment Library, Observation pars on * Imperial Limited'  and ''TorontoExprouB." ���������   ���������%**   ",*  S^eolal tb rough Tourist Or Service in connection  with  those Excursion b  For dates qf departure and recurvation** npply to Looal Agent.  ��������� _���������������������������������������������    1���������-���������n��������� ���������-������������������._������������������-������.> .ii   m iHi.niiM.-wi.iiiiHiiiw.mil   ��������������� 1 ia !._!���������������������������  ��������� nmi'iiiwrti.niiii*��������������������������� ������������������*> in i _i  iimmm^mmami^mmmmm*mm>m>i**mm*M$*t**m*i  Tick^Li. Via All Trans-Atlantic Steamship*LJne^  ���������������������������WW ���������I������������������liiAM^IIMl������������������������������������������������������������������������������������   ...   !��������������������������������������������� I. It. 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il?M 'ALBERTA' HOTEL
315 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG
A *-m\nt doors south of C.P.K. p��pol
.'. ��utj>e $,.50 to $2.00 per day
Cuisine unexcelled
_fi_Y-'. f��   f*$t ��n_ cold wctar In evary raora
H
Hfctcl    practically    Flrapreo?
Al! Outside  Rooms
R_S? fl��_ H-H.TH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.
Kiw. Winsujw's Soothing Syrup has uteri
*ssc_ for over SIXTY YEARS by MIL-IONS'oi
3HGTKBKS for their CHILUUiSN WH1LK
���H'EBT-3-K",. with PERFECT SUCCESS. It
qgCOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS.
���AW.,-_5all PAIN" ; CURES WIND COLIC, aad
as Hit: uesi remedy for DIARRHOSA. It is ab-
V&iutelv'harmless. "Be sure and _ste for "Mrs.
^icslow'a Soothing Syrup," and take ao other
Sand.   Twenty-iive centsa bottle.
A Month, learn a new proresnion.
gvven Weeks. Vt �� Iiuvh Jolis for tlir**��
fjuudreil iiieu before Slay 1st, 1913.
mm SGHQ9L CF TRACTIGHEERlfW
iCO P.IIS LAKE AVc.. LAPORTE. U*0.
Frequently the Case
Two farr* tb on a visit to L.ivei*-
P����l $��Potl ��� 3n the Platform of Lime
Strset Rail.vay Station tbe other day,
when a lady passed in the height of
fashion.
Theer, Jl'.ti, says one, what's think
of th<at lad?
Jim eyed her for a minute and then
said: I
Ay, Tom. it's bad ground that takes!
so much top dressing.
Health Restored
Gained 29.Pounds
a    ��3 V���s>���sU "JJJ  W��i>���
>->--=  *i
Three Months'In Hospital" and Came
Out  -iicured
�����aa
Zam-Buk Cure- Him In Few V/eeks
MANY YEARS AN INVALID���UNTOLD AGONY FROM HEADACHES
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AM   grocers 25c.  Ib     Tin
Dizziness, Sinking Spells and  Excessive Weakness Disappear With  ?
Use of
NERVE FOOD
Nearly evt ry woman will read with
interest the letter of Mrs. Goo. Brad-
shaw, quotsd below. It tells of
years of gr^.'it suffering from Nervous
Headache anc*. other symptoms arising
rrom weak, watery biood and a starved and exhausted condition of the
nervous system.
M  4-l~.-..~-.    ft 3-.l,���...       J~>,�������.     N.T,��^1,     I
;uia.   vrou.-^13   i>i ciu��ii.av�� ,   vuoj    i.i>i.*v,
Harlowe, Ont,, writes:���"I am glad
to state that I received benefits from
Dr. Chase's Nerve food which 1 failed to get a iy. place else. I was
troubled for many years in fact from
my early wDmauhood, with weak,
watery blood, and given to dropsy.
I suffered unsold agonies from nervous j
sick headaches, dizziness, and sinking
spells, in fact was a semi-invalid for j
many years, I tried many kinds of |
patent rued;rue's, and got no help, and
tried every new doctor that, camo
aloes; but 'i'.1 failed to help ine. Doctors told m? 1 had no blood, and that
my h??.rt ?._4 ki.��1.a��-?ys ������"���"ere diseased,
and that I bad so many complaints
thero was not much use in doctoring
up one or two. Four years, ago I
too!-. s:s boxes of Dr. Chase's Nerve
Food., and was g's5 to see 1 f-elt better, and the
22jy;-~uk   ^:<��a_   ui^>   !���__>._���   *>a^s_ir���
��� Mr.   Fred   Mason,   the   well-known
upholsterer and mattress manufacturer of St.. Andrews, N.B., says:���
'.'I had eczema on my knee, which
caused ine terrible pain and inconvenience. Th. sore parts would itch and
burn and tingle, and then -when rubbed or scratched would become very
painful. When the knee got warm,
it burned worse.and the itching and
burnihg and smarting wero almost unbearable . I tried? various remedies,
but got no.hetter? so I decided to go
to Montreal and take special treatment. I vr.ficeived treatment at the
Montreal General Hospital for thirteen
weeks, but at the end of that time I
was not curef*-, and almost gave in. A
friend advised me to give Zam-Buk ai ���*_, ,,���*,, ��i^��^r.i
j. .  . | wiii ue ciiansc-vj.
"Almost as soon as applied Zam-
Buk stopped the Itching and the irritation. I persevered with the balm,
and it was soon evident that it would
do me good . Each day the pain was
reduced, the tore spots began to heal,
nnd-by the time I.had. used a few
boxes of Zam-Buk I was quite cured.
"Since then Zam-Buk has cured
blood-poison ln my finger, and at a
lime when vxy finger was in such a
terrible condition that 1 feared it
would have to be amputated."
-���per cczomr*. blood--ooisonin.5/ *--.ilos.
uice.rs, sore-*, chapped tvxnds, cuts,
burns, bruises and aU skin iniuries
and diseases,    Zara-XSuk    is    without
���SQiiai.
50c. box al: druggists and stores or
fiost free from--Zam-Buk Co.. Toronto,
for price.      Refust; Imitations.
J-TH��:-iOHN IKGLIS CO., Uzaited
I Ea.gineers and Boilermakers
S   S��ll-*ci5    -of     all       Kinds���E-a.?-i_*s.
|     Pumps, and  Heavy Plai..** Woik
K"?Vr;t<4 us for Prlc<jB
**A Slrr-jchan Ave.. Toronto. Canada
CONSULTING ENGINEER
ENOOBSES GIN PILLS
29 Broadway, New York.
"I bought some of your GIN FILLS
st Victoria, B.C. last.September.   Vour
remedy I fi&d.  at 60 years of age. to
give tserfect relief from the Kidnev and
Bladder Troubles1 incident to one of luy
ngtj, I urgently recommend GIN PILL-S
"���a* six more   and thev |  to friends as beiug the oue thing that
'���-    Y    -   -4.'���..    _; !   docs me good."     E.G.WOODFORD.
50c. a box, 6 for $2.50. Money back
if GIN PILI^SfasI. Sample free if you
���write Sfatieiual Drug and Cheraics.1 Co.
of Canada, Limited, Toronto. 131
BROKEN        CYLINDERS"      AND
ALUMINUM   CRANK CASES
eau ����� oietala, welded to pcrfectios
by ihe Oxy-Acetyieae Froee��s
THE   HUB   WELDiiNG   CO.,
^Baar cf 253 Sherbrooke Street,
Winnipeg
have cured r.<e of   many of my   con:
plaints.   When I  bes-an Taking  N-erre
Pood 1 weighed 110 pounds and to-day
r weigh 139. and am *5 years old.
Dr. Chas-'s Kerve Food, -50c. a
bar.. 6 for 52.50, at all de-ilers or
-dma-son, Bates �� Co.. Limited, Toronto .
T"ie Artful Porter
ihe iai-.e S:r Ji'.mes
Allport.
tn-i?
���g^rz
<m
SKATES
HQCKEY GOODS
"Boswell" Tube Skates and Hand-
aaade Hockey  Sticks are used  by
the champions.      We sell them.
Send  for  Catalogue   No.   51T
Use Kingston Smith Arms Co.,
Limited
Winnipeg. Manitoba
Midland !in��"\ one*? visited a small sta-
j tion in the North of England, and after
I being assiduously waited upon by the I
porter on dut.v on aii^htitiR fro-m the
train, offered    the    attentive    official j
50 cents.
The man promptly pocketed the
error."ity, whereupon the manager inquired.
Do you know who I am, my man?
Certainly, sir, was the ready reply.
Mr Allport, sir, fellow servant of the
company, sir. Course I don't take
tips from the general public, sir.
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COWS GIVE MORE MIUK
���uutllo mako bettor l>i>ef���
llullH am net lonBcr daiiBor-
otiH wViitn (li'lioriioil wllh the
KEYSTONE DEHORNER
ClulH 4 HlOi'a o.t once���No
I'l'iiiihlriR or brulRlnur. Lltllo
jialn. Tho only Humane
���tmiUiod. Wrlto for fr��c* book-
lot.
R.   H.   McKENNA,
St.   Toronto.   Ont.   Montlon
Alw3yt5 so BtuslneuB-LIke
S,,\"n-i'in<-'',',B Was t.lio boyinnlnK and end
cf Mil, -I';:. He'd cot marrlod, hut. it
���kim in a wpai'o raomnnt. botweon or-
���RArviyj''*."; a i.rpiit. bargain sale, and
<IJ.���r_via'Mi��i; tho errand-boy.
Om) 'lay, when the third baby was
���ott'i" w/.oiiH old, hla wifo came bust-
Vtstff. i-ato hirf office,
-t-.-'t it. lovoiy, doar? sho KurRlod.
Fiilbmr him S"iiL iu; llvo pnundu for our
airfiw  haiiy.
Jlrt Mevur looked up from tlio ao-
WM'-iltt Ym whs maklnp; up.
Kiirht-ho! he tminmirntl nh.stt-.icti-'d-
V&. Van wrap him up, and post tho
par-wfl, whllo 1 wrlto out tho rueolpt
Vac tthfi .monoy.
In 15i*M0P9 at present there are over
7,000 llyiftg oeutenarians. of whom the
great majority hail from the Balkan
region. B ilgaria can lay claim to
nearly 4.C00. Servia more than 1,700;
but ln EngL-ind according to recent
statistics, there are fewer than a hum
dred and ln Denmark only two.
A druggist can obtain nn Imitation
of MINARD'S LINIMENT from a Toronto houso at a very lew price and
havo It lab'-Jlcd his own product.
This greasy imitation Is the poorest
one we have yet seen of tho many
tha. every Tom, Dick and Harry has
triod   to  introduce. ,
Ask for MINARD'S and you will get
it.
xet.tiBm^e
ti^SL^m^mae^uief
-.bs SaTL'V,
Jf�� the CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, and BEST HOME _
DYE. one can buy���Why you don't even havo to |
know what KIND of Cloth your Goods are made
of...So Mistakes are Impossible.
Send for Free Color Card, Story Booklet, and
Booklet glvlnereaulta of Dyeing over other colon.
The JOHNSON-RICHARDSON CO.. Limited,
Montreal. Canada.
Coyntssra-tSf;
To the! Editor.
I notice, according to your correspondence columns t_taf thi-* Overseas
Club, of Lo-'don, and the British Empire is taking more than ordinary interest in the moving picture world,
and? that there has been gc��jg the,
round of almost every newspaper
thrc.ughout Canada and England, a
letter complaining of tlie absence of
the British flag in the films of the
thousands of moving .picture shows,
not only throughout Canada but
throughout the whole of the British Empire, while in the United States
the people appear to be so bigotted. In
thoir ideas -if patriotism and loyalty
and obedience to their own flag that
they discry and' abominate any other,
and this is it which prompts this letter. It is deplorable that so strong
a feeling prevails every time the
British flag is exhibited, although it
is so seldom liuit the number ot
times can be counted on one hand,
while most pictures contain the American, 'But the time is coming when all
Picture halls will
have the opportunity of not only exhibiting the British and Canadian
flags, but of other Empire pictures on
a large scalo. Montreal Is to he the
city where the transformation will
emanate front, and already considerable interest ls being evinced in tho
British American Film Company
which has recently been established
with Cnnadlim capital and head offices
hi Mon��n\al, and already a very large
sum has been spent ln productions,
llpoently a valuable property has been
acquired In' a suitable section of the
city to be transformed into a town
studio, and fitted up with all tho latest
appliances Cor producing moving picture Alms. Historic seeues which
aro dear to the heart of all real Canadians, and even the most modern
Englishman nave already been depleted,' including the groat and famous
battle of the Long Sault. which will
shortly be "'ready, while others which
will be taken during the winter
months, with the snow lying deep on
the ground, will be many of the world
famous romances of the Hudson's Bay
Company'at, the various posts throughout? the Northwest. Attention will
be turned to tho la-r-.c;ng of Champlain; the battle of the. Plains of Abraham, and tho interesting and exciting
episodes which were the stirring
events in the early days of the founding of this grfeat Dominion, which has
become one of the greatest the world
has ever known. This company is
the only one of its kind operating in
Canada and one of the very few producing scenic pictures entirely of a
British Empire character. The Canadian public has undoubtedly been
surfeited in the past by the goods of
j the-..American' producer, and in view
of ths considerable correspondence
that is constantly appearing in the
newspapers from time to time on this
particular subject it Is only fair that
the public should know what efforts .of
_ a national character are being made to
- - counteract - the present --movemen*1 o'
circulating the films which make such
a vivid display of the American flag.
I am sure* ."hat the Overseas Club of
London, England? who have been responsible for drawing attention to the
absence of such companies as the British  .America'!   '���KMlm   Cort-t-nnnv    will   rto
pleased to know that an effort,' and - a
strong one too, is being made by Canadians themselves to fight this battle. Apologizing for taking so much
of your space,
I remain, your faithfully,
FRANK W. FOX.
100 Rocl^and Ave., Montreal, Canada.
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"j\/f ANY brands of Baking Powd.r contain-alum.
v/hidh is art. issj-ajriotis acid. TKe ingredients o_
sduxn^akmg powder are never printed on the label.
lftJL-,ut.i.'W6,aA.r���^
l!?rau#tiGiff___
MagicY Baking   Powder
contains no alum and is the | ^=_-^_a__=;^ t
phfy staking wbwder made fe2S��lsc,i2_^^
in Canada that has all the Ij'^ig-IT'^^' 1
'���'ingredients plainly iprinted ^^             ~
?bil"'the ieibel.v;':??-'??.?
EW.OIIXBTTCOMPaW LIMITED
TORONTO^ ONT.
WlMMiptHOY ���������������'-������
���nUIN'1'KEAI...
���nsK&hstii&imt
A Duke'a Bargain      :
First Duk"���-Woll, do you think Miss
Van Bullion intends to buy you?
Second Dake���My dear boy, I don't
know; some'imes T'think she doea.at
other times l fear she is merely shopping. .   '��� '
m*a**aiYtamma*m.
k camel, when burdened, can travel
25 miles a i>iy; when unburdened, so
many as 60, or even- 00 miles.
? Flattering
Harold, w'.ftn we are married, you
must stay at home? whilst 1 sing and
play to you. instead of going to your
club.-*'--'
Yes, darling. You know I never
cared much for pleasure, anyway.
Ireland was -first.-.described as the
Emerald Isa, in the poem called Erin,
by pr.'Drennaa. ivho died in 1S20.
t.- .i   .. '    i_.n._i   . i ii r���������i' -nf-nr-T11-i i-'r-^-^ *--^^r-*Tr*-1-'--|-*-r,*Y"-"r**ii���-t-r-
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BaiTDaelta Vay-ttiivan calculator, fcncSod by the. Ji-rrouch��
ranuUtlan: 9 rowaolkoyn; totjOa
to%����.USt>.e9'*.99- . (|
fn the Btrrroti-lia^a4:tciry; ode���i
to JS0.��!i9 !ii>j lc 1-2in. <_r-.ere;
tobtla anil at���'totsls. repeat koy.
11
Your Price Will Buy a
JtS U j-VJ_vlJ.!_J.v>:
&-\4-AAA
e business men have a mistaken idea
that -//Burroughs Bookkeeping Machines
are costly. Far from it. We make Bur-
roughs machines at from $200 to $2000.
Burroughs machines range from a plain 6�� column
machine, adapted to the bu-ineae that employs but
one clerks to our big 17-column Electric Duplex
fnacbioe, the largest, most complete, adding machine ever built.
a.a��� uu..   ,w..    ��o. . ...I
 , 12l-2-fn. eamaeo II
adds'to^sa.9��.sss.���!!'"
total, sub- total, lion. I
1��� p-on-j>rii>*;. r-r*"!";!
afecotutnti
'a. vis
ajpnntii .....
lEiiyKoad.
Behind His Back
Father���Tommy how many    times
have you been whacked at Bchool today?
Tommy���Oh, I never take any notice
of what is gclng on behind" my back.
Appropriate
Will���Tho sight of an old schoolmate ls���_r���well, it might be called
both meat aad drink.
Bertha���Y,?8, that's what you men
us'i'illy do in tho circumstances.
Eh?
Meet and drink.
Ymi  know    Stocks,    don't
Yos,  Indeed.       Ho  is  now
ne.
wideawake     man,
Fuddle
you?
Doctor
a patient of mine
Fuddle���Pretty
ir-n't ho?
Doctor���1 nhould say so.  I'm treat
ing him for 'nsomnla. ���
The
Kcll-
iv..'.-
Wall.'T  nnltlKh,   who   in   lf.48.
inJ-rodiiced   tho   potato   !n*o   In��-
wnn   l# rh<-iit��l*-��4l   nn   OcUiIiij.*   CO*.!:,
Drlvfi3 Asthma Before It
snioko or v.ir.or from Dr. J. D
oftr*,'!*. Asthma Remedy gives asthma
no chance '.o linger. It erailicatoB
tlio I'.ause. Our experience with tho
rolicf-Klvlng renu^ly bIiows how actual
and positive iy lhe Riiccor It gives. It
hi ihe remiP. of long study and experiment and wan not. submit tort to tho
pullle. until (tfl inakerH knew it would
tin Ha work ���>���. nil,
A reporter waa o,iiee Interviewing a
r.uiini.s T-i;.',lish Interiint lonul footballer, nnd nnke 1 him how ho llkod being a
profi'Stiion.il
ln��i*.-.en:-<-;!y. he re*)!!'"'!*..
Aye, bin. wnll enough to bring your
children  up  lo  It? mild  the  reporter.
Nn, he re.'illi'd, not well enough for
tluii
i - -.*   -..),   "  .-...':,- ;'.  t'..'���*  reporter
I teen uno   '"ney're    Iohhoh,
v.itl.  loud  hnightor.
Hald    he,
To havo the    children    Hound    and
l.f.il'hy In tin* flrBt euro of a mother.
They   ciinn )'   '��'���   healthy   If  troubled
i with   worm" Hho   Mother   Clravuu'
Woiin Externilnutor.
Wlinfn   flu  Rlonmlng,   Unelo  Tom?
���'.''���'.'.,   ���.'���r'Ti*'   ���<    fTI'iti    IM   nun l it-ii    ii    \nlm
I Mie time tn lake ri walk will, the girl
',-��� ^��v,'Mi:  bu' nfler he In married It In
1 tin-  time  he  falhi ovr-r n>el{|nf--hnrneH
i und building liloeliw on tho parlor flour.
Thm
Bits of
Corn
Toasted to
A delicate
Light Brown
Post
Toasties
To be eaten with cream
and sugar, or served with
canned  fruit  poured  over
���'"'ifM?*- <��.'',�����' "ii"--.!.'!��--����� r, rMnr.f:
deliciousdish.
t
"The Memoru Linaera"
The Fraser Valley
Mr. G. Li. McDonnell, a prospector
of western reputation has just returned to Edmo.'iton from British Columbia where he was Bent by an English
syndicate ta report upon the mining
possibilities Jf the new country opened up by the progress of he Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway. He walked
from Mile 140 to Mile 53 over the
grade of ths main lino and reported
that silver and lead are plentiful, also
that copper showed strong out-crop-
plngs and that gold had been heard of.
He further stated tlvit between 4,000
and 5,000 men were working in the
Fraser Valley ou the new line.
"Tho Fraaer Valley," Mr. McDonnell observe!, "is tho most, beautiful
and interesting of the two routes
through thii Canadian Rockies. It
is wider ami more expansive than the
panorama In tho Kicking Horse Pass.
On the sout'iern sido of the river the
mountains are some distance off, their
snow-clad- peaks sllhnotting tho skyline and Rhutting out tho Cariboo country beyond On tho othor Bldo of tho
stream horo and there threatened hy
tho tumbling river of many rapids
which suddenly divert. Its bonding way
for 20 or 30 mllos to tho northward,
aro expanse of timber all billowing
and Hurglm, up from tho 50 hy 50 mile
plains unl'l they reach tho railway
grade, jump *t, and climb tho moun-
tiiliiH ln th -Ir course until thoy ro-
code luto tlio uarrennunn boyond tho
timber llnorf,"
- The man who buy* the $200
Burroufiha docs so because
that machine will meet all tho
requirements ot his business.
It produces for him exactly
the same results sa the 5550
machine produces for tho
man whose business needs
are that much greater.
The Drice of every. Bur*
soughs :s based entire!? upon
what it wiii do���lire OOly fair
-way, because value always
has and always will deter-
���due price.
A Burro***!- at $200 is oot
o "cheap" machine, nor is the
S1000 mode! ss. espcasK's tsa-
chine. The price of the former is low only because of tho
ecooe of its adaptability-rand
the cost of manufacture���are
less th**_ the sso?e cosiplete.
models.
*
The duality of materia! that
.Joes into the low and the high-
priced Burroughs is exactly the
same.
i The same entfineering skill
designs them both.
The same skilled labor pots
them together.
And the same guarantee of
continuous service stands back
of them���a guarantee that is as
good as a bond, because it is
backed by. iw
promises itpi.
The vajue of a Ban-oughs !a
7Cua-'uubwCwS ..c.7 iM'-Trhst it
saves tot you. The price ssd
the terms oa vs_iehysubuy.
arc for you to decide.
. Tell us in what large wsys
you use figures in your business
and name the price yoa would
bo wining to pay- io uuiiuio
theas is half the time et hatha cost-���neatly���no errors.
Then we will send io your
office the machine that meets
that price and demonstrate its
possibilities on your individual
���fork; all without cost or obligation. But remember this.
Price needn't keep yoa from
owning the best built and tha
greatest labor-saving device
in office work���the Burroughs
Adding Machine.
������'���������������������������.������ S^&USIL
I!*"������ Xmlm Ht,rrnnmha Aim.
Uvemef.tiIacMuli.fi*!- J|[
-|..
bl* i-iodnl. pnata inontlui
and d��"��l tol_.sub-total,
non-sdd. non-pripi  ��nd
icsrrtao��;t(���Ua tQ$t>^9,-
um-m.
BonriOUGHS ADDING MACHINE COMPANY
._     . -81  Burroughs Block, Detroit, Mich.	
At the Lecture
The lecture arose and said impressively: Every time I see a youg man
coming out cf a saloon, I want to go
right up to that young man, and say.
Turn right a��ound, young man; you're
going the.wron*?* way.
* Pedagogue and Pupil
Do you understand me now? thundered  an  angry  schoolmaster to. an
urchin at whose head he had thrown
an inkstand.
1 v _   goi  an   Inkling  of .what you
mean, replica the hoy.
Hlu Wlfo Saw to That
Farmer Turniut hart hart a good day
nt market. l-jis oattlo had totalled
good prices, and, fooling lluoh, ho
bought, -a nice piece of cloth to havo
mado Into a imlt of clothes.
Hut, alas on his homeward way ho
loi.L it. a happening which .annoyed
Mrs.   Turmut  vory much.
Full of the grlo\anco, yhc told tho
vlcnr about it noxt day, blaming her
hus'band's  ctiroloBHtiuHH  for  tho  loss.
A ii'cck l.iti'j- tin- v3i:;jr nut Turmut. ,
Good morning Mr. Turmut, said tho
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**utmtms***aawamiMW*aiiamii**im**msmm*m*m mmmmB  , IU;t--1"l������tO.XF  "l  -_*  THE    CRESTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B. C.  A   .*/   &L  ST) u  ���������"���������fi- ������  .**������-JM"-**- _���������������.    ^_i-^      ������fc     (^S_������  tt-HOCKAl? SWEEP U.S,  WILSON   AND   MARSHALL   ELECTED   BY   BIG   MAJORITY  Governor Wilson,  of  New. Jersey,  Is  Elected    President, of the    United  m. U  Of*   LONG  VOYAGE  O tdlCS   ui   suCCccu    ������.  an   Overwhelming   Majority���������Inter  est In  Greg- Britain.  New York.���������Woodrow Wilson was  elected president    and    Thomas    ft.  Marshall vice-president by an electoral majority which    challenged    comparison with the year in which Horace M. Gree y was defeated by Grant.  Until now, that year haa always been  the standard of comparison for disastrous defeats, but the downfall of the  Republican rarty this year runs it a  close second.  The Republican party '������ wiped off  the map. Nearly everywhere Taft  ran third, with Roosevelt capturing a  large majority of the old Rppublican  votes, and in many states Taffs votes  were almost negligible.  New York gave Wilson a plurality  over Taft o* about 205,000. Wilson's  vote In'the state was 698.000, Taft's  494,000, and Roosevelt's 419,000.  The Democratic majority in the  house of representatives will not be  less thus 160 nnd 'he U"'**^! S*>?*f?'-*  senate will probably be Democratic  also. The Democrats swept New  York, electing Senator Sulzer governor, with Hedges running second and  Straus a poor third.  N6"t only tbat but for the first time  since the organization of the Republican party tho Democrats will get the  electoral  vote of Maine.  Wilson goes into office with heav-Y ���������..,^������������������  democratic Congressmen behind him, J _*_!_* If _*  and assurances are that the nest Sen- {  ate will  be  made up of men  of his  oarty,   who  will  be    able    to    force  through tha measures to which it is  pledged. _  Wilson carried'victory with Democratic Congressmen and Senators; he  even carried the following States, all  of which were carried by Bryan.four  years ago: Alabama, Kentucky, Nebraska, Garollha, Arkansas, Louisiana,  Nevada, Tennessee, Florida, Maryland,  North Carolina. Texas, Georgia, Mississippi, Oklahair.a aad Virginia.  London. -���������The chief interest in the  American presidential election for  En������iand is ;ts relations to the tariff.  Tariff reform is on_ of the leading is-  _ues in BrHish r.^litics. The liberal papers nail the Democratic success as a great victory for low tariff  which was certain to have an influence in England.,  The  Daily   News  says:���������-That  the  rXmmmmf.mmti*.    M.tT     Ctlmillfl     rfttlim     ���������)'.   6f"  L44U.VM Wl*v.   jf... .^   , ��������� .-., ���������   fl.ee after flf-.een years in the wilderness Is nothing. What matters ,1s  that, it is a? regenerated party which  has returne?; entrusted by the American people with a .definite mission  and led by a mac who has character  ��������� and intellect to .carry J;he; mission  'throughY :,-���������'.- :,  -  The News thinks that Woodrpw  ^WiisbirselccUah should; stimulate-vii  _5.en of the American universities.  which'... are more national and democratic: than the English, to participate  in politics?a_d adds:���������   :'-YY'Y-" ���������-;'-.-  War again-1 protection^ is an Interest common to au peoples, and the  world has *:-o long been denied that  inspiration, that leading which we  have a right to expect from the greatest of all republics.  The Standard says*-���������The .people  had grown tired of two sets of office  seekers, grouped for the mere purpose of the game of parties and divided by no real questions of principles.  The Standard holds that, the Democratic revision will leave duties higher than the tariff reformers in England propose.  The Morning Post says:���������The significance of the election lies in tho  fact, that the people were 'dfssatisfled  with the Tailt administration which  was too much controlled by the bosses, biit were not ready to accept the  advanced Roosevelt programme.  The Rxpr'Ss says:���������Mr. Wilson's  success depends upon the degree to  which he can raise enthusiasm for  politics in hitherto apathetic quarters.  He will not iay violent hands on the  tariff.  What emerges most significantly  from tho election, says the Chronicle.  is that the majority of tho American  people have awakened to keen dissatisfaction with things as they are;  thnt a groat forward surge ls agitating  the mighty masB; that although to  como its purposes may be confused,  to Bomo Its battles still fought in the  half light, tiers !a enough will and vitality in tho gigantic nation to carry  It forward to final victory.  Ste-mer  Constructed  at   Collingwood  Sails  ror Victoria,  B.C.  Collingweod,   Ont.���������-/The  new   light  house   steamer,  Estevan,   which    the  Collingwood    Shipbuilding    company  have  just   completed  to  the order of  "*"af* bv 1 fhe Dominion government for service  on the P-ieific coast, left on a trio of  17,000 miles to Victoria, British Col-  LORD   ROBERTS   EXPLAINS  urn-la, a voyage that will ; occupy  fhioo :mo_t_s. Tho Estevan is a  steei steamer/ constructed^along lines  specially de^'gned for stea'iners of her  class by the marine experts of the government. Her dimensions are:  length, 210 feet; breadth, 38 feet;  and depth  1S feet.  Before he<* departure the steamer  wds taken to Owen Sound where trials  of tpeed were made over a measured  course. The log showed a speed of  14 knots dvi hour, two knots more  than the contract called tor  Breaks the Silence He has Maintained  Since His War-Like Speech at  f**' _ t*?ch sstsr  London.- Lord Roberts breaks the  silence he has maintained since his  famous Manchester speech by a vigorous letter in lhe Manchester Guard-  la.'i. Ke explains he is so much  accustomed to adverse criticism iu  his efforts to arouse the nation to the  sense of its unpreparedness for war  as not to re.-ieni in anyway the attacks of his opponents, but nevertheless, he feels bound to answer what  he describes as a complete misconstruction by the Guardian of the sal-  lent passage in his speech: It is ti'ue,  he says, I pointed out the strikin?, process by which Germany developed  from a loose coterie of petty federated  states to a united Empire which  arouses the admiration of the wo-1.1  today.    But  to suggest I  am urging  illim  aa a Shirr* _������  Weekly   Grain   Letter  Thompson, Sons m������ '���������  . CnSn.'*,  the Chicago market ow- j fjlfl?  ...X...S.I    1     =   _ = =  -  situation ln  ing to the failure of soft -winter  crop in the States tributory io Chica- I  ���������Runrtiiod     bv   fe'������-      Tbe principal contract grade of  ,.?? raw i wheat in Chicago is No. 2 Red Winter  air. ...er- , Dur   a^5   -g  so  emaj2   jn   _uppxy  that  ! the cash price of it    in    Chicago    is    I $1.05 to $1.09 per bushel, while to-day  Winnipeg, Oct.   30th, 1912.���������There ' Chicago December wheat    closed    at  has been an almost total absence of   Sic       No   1 Nor.  wheat can.be de-  OT-!_  Ifl  V  slim mi  m*3 ^m+m& ^? ^^ -mm  "ft.  &'*  The  shipbuilding company are un-i "P��������� England   that  lt should  bo her  der  contract   to  deliver  the  steamer   policy first to arm herself better than  at Victoria, British Columbia. This  necessitates the engagement of two  crown, one *c take her to Quebec and  another to mako the ocean voyage  down the Atlantic ocean, round Cape  Horn and up the Pacific ocean to her  destination.  From Coll'ngwooi, t'o Q-.tPnec the  !'t_!!'��������� ���������"ill be In *?hrit*D's of C?nt^i,i  Lachlan Morrison, an experienced  lake captain and pilot. At tjje ancient capita], Captain Morrison will  turn his charge over to Captain Lind-  gien, of Victoria, B.C., who in recent years has taken three C.P.R.  steamers, th? Princesses, from England to ViiTtor-ia.    J    tm%~Wm\\f*  ** ���������**���������_*���������*��������� ax mams*** a_* w ��������������������������� * -^  suife*  BULGARIANS ARE  PURSUING AN-  C'ENT ENEMY  Germany and then make war on Germany with or without just cause or  even quarrel simply because England  thinks herself at that moment able to  win a war, 13 a sug-sestlon so strange  and so repugnant to my mind, thit I  am utterly at a loss to understand  how it could attributed to me or elicited, from mv speech. Mv whole  speech was directed, as are all my  efforts, to impressing on the fellow  countrymen the terrible danger involved in th6    present    situation    111  .1  ..A^.41 ������������ 13        ������11UXA13  nation untrained  armed amid a Europe in which every  people, not only the great powers  like Russia, Germany and France", but  the smaller states, Bulgaria, Servia,  Greece, ��������� Norway, Sweden and Denmark stand as armed nations providing Balkan forces, wft'ch while it  strtngthens each one of them physically industrially, makes for peace with  honor or for triumph of right.  American immigration to Canada  Ottawa.���������An Intorentlng analysis of  the American Immigration to Canada  for tho past year Iibb been made by  tho dopartnunt of tho Interior. Six*  ty-nlno por cont oC tlio settlor* from  the States wero naturallzod American  citizens, while no less-than thirty-ono  per cent. 1ml novor taken out natural"  iisat!on papers.  Tho total Immigration from the republic was 133,710 and of then������ 19,*  ������������4, or 14 por oont, wero ruturnod Cuu-  adtano. Ono por cont of tho othor  natloimlltloa had not talcon out papers  as Americans. Thoro wero KHijsllflh,  8,080; Scotch, 1,399; Irish, 086; Gor-  mans, Jt2,92'J; Pinna, 2R.811; Sweden  8,707; Norwegian--*, 1,072.  Cl-*lmn Cure for Tuberculosis  ���������n-n-llii.���������At. ix mnntlng of tho Berlin  "Medical Society, Dr. Frederick  Frledmiinn announced tho dlocovery  ������f what ho believed to bo a practical  cure for ov.ry form of tuborculofllH.  Ho oxliibitod cured patients and doctored that Uo hnd troatod (182 ennon  t>y bin mnthort with almost invariably  oomploto euros.  Prominent   physlcliinH   attfintrd   to  buccobbob by this mothod.In their' own  m*mm*+    *r*i���������������*������** r*#| A/%  ,Dr* Friodmunn lulocto Iivinc tubcr-  culonlB tmcci.i which has boon render-  4ft<i benevolom.  Borlln.���������A norao entered tlio open  4fM*������rwnv of a ���������nrtvntt"*- hnuiift In Berlin.  i-an up tlio atalra, which ftayo (way,.  SUAAl      UII!      <lll.4AlA������.l      WlAH     |.1.1.1AUA      i4tJU������14������.i,ik  tlie boards.      An it could not be ox-  Arlc&ted tt was killed.  The Turkls'i Army is given no time  to Recuperate From their Recent  Losses���������-Constantinople has Apparently  Abandoned    all     Hope    and  yOuri    ������S    r.cau*'    tu    vrOo������    iw   r\olc*.  YLohdon.���������Bulgaria is giving the  broken Turkish army no time to recuperate. In accordance v.rith the  tactics adopted throughout the war,  Bulgarians _re following up the defeated Turkish army with extraordinary energy. Flying columns are  pushing, along the sea coast towards  Tschatalja lines and it is believed  that the main attack will be delivered  at any time.  Constahtiiicple appears to have lost  hope of stemming the victorious advance even at Tschatalja, and the  Turkish court is ready to: cross into  Asia.-    ������������������*��������� ....    ??  Apparently, however, the Bulgarian  Government? has no aspirations on  Constantinople itself and would be  ready to conclude peace provided Tur-  kev will agree to surrender Adrianople and so-op other positions in the  ''western . theatre of war and give a  guarantee to brin*? no more reinforcements from. Asia.  : '���������* The Porte shows !.no disposition as  vot to treat for peace direct with the  allies, and u-itil the big Tschatalja  battle has been foughtY the diplomatic situation is not likely to b$ changed. ���������������������������  What will happen then, it is impossible to forsee. the only thing certain  being that the European concert  which is no* too hf������rmonioi*3 will be  faced by tha most difficult and thorny'  task of settling trivial claims of the  many aspira.ts for Turkish territory.  Albania forms the crux of the position. It is slated that an attempt by  Servia to encroach on Albani will he  regarded by Austria as a casus belli.  On the otho" hand Servia declares  that, a port o*.ithe Adriatic is a matter  of life and death for her and she falls  to see why-Ver presence there should  be detrimental to the interests of any  other power  Further, Peryia argues she would  onlv regain what belonged to her before tho downfall of the Servian Em-  nlre when Adriatic seaports were  flourishing Servian  towns.  The Constantinople correspondent  of the Dally Chronicle sends the following: .  At any 'n-ionient the storm may  break and Involve us in the red ruin  of massacre and outrage. Soon Constantinople itself will he surrounded.  All tho dise.irdant elements of tho  population, Turks, Armenians, Greeks,  Kurds and .hetdroRenous matm of Europeans will bo crushed together Into  a seething connrerle of panic-stricken  humanltyantl all the old hatreds will  blaze Into scorching flnmeB.  For five hundred years the Turk has  lorded It over tho infidel. Tho last  hours of that ascendancy, it. is feared,  may bo dyod In blood. Wo had a  foretaste of whnt Is to como In the  ���������news from Rodosto. Thither enmo  bands of Nasslvn Pasha's broken force,  driven from Lulo Burgns by the victorious Bulgiirlans. Their thin von-  oor of European civilization vanlBhod  Hlto mist. In the morning mmllght. A  scene of horror followed. Tho town  was glvnn up to massacre, outrage  and pillage Tt wns not on fire in  sovc-n places. fihlldron woro hurled  into tho raa.hR flames.  In thoir agony of foar many tried  to get into tho open sea I in boats, anv-  whorn from thoso human wolves. In  uomo cases the boatmen woro massacred. In others thoso who trusted  to tho sea found a merciful death beneath the wnven.  TV.fi vlc'orlmi!* ���������mfr'-h of the Bulgarian army results In similar scones  wherever the Turks apUclpato the  coming of tho enomy.  Tho arrival or iho foreign cruisers  has exaspcratei! tho Moslems who  cotiHlder 11 evidence that tho oity  will bo occupied by foreign troops.  The govorninont, exorcises no moral  authority and nnivdorn In the Grcolt  and .Towlull quartorB occur dnlly.  t~'ft|tftnif**>HW       III       ilVMJl      fJif'i      ���������il-ii,r������ii.#n*^I  Catholics aro suffering most. Tho  Governor of Pmyrim ncoms unahlo to  control the prople.  Many oftlrors aro hldiikK In Oon-  filanUnoplo fearing lo go to the front.  Everyone Is leylnpt in suppllos of water* . Or<>at alarm, tint* bet>n oiiusud by  . ...        .    mm  xxx   mm   . .���������   ���������   .    ,..,.....,     .   .....  lim lutiun hoaa a.,ui.,>.  Minor  aro  marching  Jnoplo,  bullish influences in the wheal markets in the last seven days, and a  steady coming to the front of bearish  features, and the result has been an  almost daily decline in prices since a  week ago. Oh the one or two days  when closing quotations were rccoid-  ed at highei- figures than the close of  the preceding day, tlie advance was  only a sniaii fraulio..-), whereas on the  days showing lower prices the decline  was from %c. to lc, and the net decline on the week is from 2c. to 3c.  per bushel, according td the mronth of  delivery aad wh'.ch market. ihe decline is natural," the Balkan war is  progressing but there have been no  alarming Reports from it during the  week, of the kind to excite the grain  markets, and in the absence of the  stimulus of war scare report*;, and in  the presence of large movements of  wheat and favorablo weather nearly  everywhere, prices for wheat have  gradually eised down, and the market may be said to have come back to  the merchan-Jifing position of the new  crop. The Dalkan trouble will more  than likely furnish a few more scares  which will idvance the markets with  A ' sharp spurts, but only the closing of  unprepared and un- j the Dardanelles and the bottling up  of the Black Sea wheat for an indefinite tim-p can cause an important advance ia prices which would last any  time. There is no doubt now that  the wheat h-.-,rvedts of the northern  hemisphere nave this year produced  at least 200,000,000 bushels more grain  than in 1911 and the increased yield  is practicallv all in the large exporting countries. Russia, the United  States and Canada. Besides increased production of wheat in these countries, there .s also largely increased  production of corn, oats, barley, rye  and potatoes. In fact, generally  speaking, it has been a season of abundant growth of all farm products, although over   some   important   areas  livired on _}..c_g_ contracts ar, the.  option price and also No. 2 haid winter. This is causing Chicago traders to turn to Duluth, Minneapolis,  Omaha and Kansas City, etc., and  procure wheat from these centres 10  fill their cor.tracts, and it will have  the effect of keeping Chicago prices  higher than the other markets by at  least the  amount of  the  freight per  I���������FOUP.THf  .QUAP.TEK,  FOR NOV.  f>, 1912  Text of iho  Lesson,  Mark vrl������, 27 tp'  ix,   1���������Memory   Verses     38-,     37.-1-  Caolden Te^t, Matt,    xvl,    16���������Coiy  metitar-y   Prepared  by  Rev.   D.   >V1  Stearns.  This lessor, is recorded also In  Matt, xvi aid Luke ix, and we will  cons-ider it vdth the harmony of this  gospels befce us? Mimpriss La h's  harmony says that this is the firsJt  particular nrediction concerning tf.fe  rejection, the. death and the resurreo-.  bushel between these markets and Chi-1.lien of the Christ and was probably  cago. It will put the Chicago price ' an.irt from the multitude and is thp  on an artificial level and tnat will j hrsr key oprnsed to the leaven of *th&  have some influence in keeping the I Pharisees. Matthew and Mark say  level of piic-j up all round. ^The week-] that He b? ' rntiip "ntn the coasts err  ly statistics -re altogether on the bear | towns of Caesarea P "-ilippi, "and L.ul������������  side of the market. The U.S. vis-j adds that He was alone praying. Hfe  ible supply increased last week 2,508,- disciples being with Him. We shall  000 bushels compared with au in-' ������?ee in the next lesson that He waa  crease of on.y 803,000 bushels of last! praying also at the time ot His fran-?-  year. The Canadian visible supply figuration L-Ae Iy, 18, 29)*. Luke re-  increased 2,850,000 bushels against an   cords other instances of His praying  Portage la Prairie, Man.���������At a meeting of the rural council, a committee  wan appointed to confer with the municipal council of? Fort Francois Xav-  ier, regarding the building of an electric railway from   Winnipeg   id   this  .zx.. .  Cit.v .  increase of only 600,000 bushels last  year. The European visible supply  Increased 3,624,000 bus. against an increase of 1,700,000 bus.   a  year ago.  m*���������     .���������,���������   ..i^ivi.   ������.....*.,_.     ��������� ,.*.....,at ��������� n.  J. Alt?      WUIIUD      tipiuic     niAJJiJiJ,,     cn.vl4iAA...������t,  to Bradstreets, increased 12,010,000  bushels against an increase of 6,029,-  000 bushels a year ago. The world's  shipments t'om exporting to importing countries this year from July 1st  to date have been 209,744,000 bushels  against 177 142,000 bushels, showing  an increase this year of 32,602,000  bus   or a little over 2,000,000 bushels  in chapters Ha, 21; vi, 12; xi, 1; xxiii^  41; xxii, 34. He ever talked with Hyj  Father In- ht<iven with the same realization of His presence as that of tho  v������������,t>T*   0*\x*.m~x   tt:,   People talked about Him and had  their opinions as they havo today.  The Pharisees who believed in a resurrection thought that He might b#  John the Baptist or Elijah or'Jeremiab  o-������- one of **hc prophets at which no-  doubt, the Sadducees scoffed, for they  did not beliavc in resurrection or spirit,  but the Pharisees confessed both  A*.  WOODROW WILSON, Elected First   Democratic  President  of  the   United  States in S ixtccn  Years  practically all importing countries  have good erops of their own this  year.  Our Winn'peg market has be-in active during the week,    both    in    cash  wheat    and    future    deliveries,    but  prices have declined in line with outside    markets.    Receipts    from    the  west   have   been   heavy   but   a   big  demand has been experienced for all  grades spot or past Winnipeg in order to provide for the vessels loading  at Fort William and Port Arthur. An  item of interest is   the    definite   announcement that on Nov. 8th freight  rate on grain Bhipped from the three  prairie provinces to Duluth will be the  same as to FOrt   William    and    Port  Arthur, but only for grain shipped in  bond for export and not for consumption in the United States.      The ar-  ra*dgsnieiit. will _e!T* the movement of  grain from the west during the winter  months.      The movement   from    the  west has be-^n very heavy lately, aver-  agiiig over a thousand cars of wheat  per day, and stocks of wheat at Fort  William and Port Arthur show, an increase of 1,25'4,(.00\ bushels    on    the  week, although the amount    shipped  away  was 4,828,000  bushels.   - With  good weather this large movement will  keep lip for some  weeks yet.     --7 6-  da"*T's ."ash - Tice1**-   are - 1    NorthT'v  88%<J*.V27^0^7^514c;~3 "Nor.7*83%c;'  No. 4 wheat, SIC;: No. 5, 73c: No. 6.  62%c; ���������Feed. 57c. Tough wheat is 4c.  under the straight grade.      No; i Alberta Red Winter. 88%c: No. 2A.lt..  85%c;  No. 3 A.R., 83%c,      Futures  closed   October   89%c;   Nov,?   S8"_e;  Dec, 84%c;-%c; May, 89%-%c.  .Oats���������- '  The demand for oats has fallen off  considerably and supplies have be������n  large. It was feared there might be  some congestion in the October option  and prices in it have been erratic. Today there are no quotations for cash  oats but nominal values are about  No. 2 C.W., 38%c; 3 C.W.-, 37c. FJx.  1 Fd., 37c; 1 Fd., 36He; 2 Fd., 3R-J_c.  Futures closed October, 38%c; Nov.,  35%c; De"., 331/fcc  Barley���������  The barley market is firm and barley is in good demand at. No. 3, 57c;  No. 4, 52c; Rejected, 48c; Feed, 48c.  Flax���������  The flax market Is quiet, and fairly  steady with prices rather better than  a week ago. ��������� Today's cash prices are  l'N.W. Canadian 135e; 2 Can. Western. 131%c; 3 Can. Western, 112c.  Futures closed Oct., 135%c; Nov.,  134Vic;  Dee., 128c.  All prices aro for delivery In store  For- William, Port Arthur and Duluth .  HOME RULE BILL  in  Several Amendments Agreed to  British House of Commons  London.���������In the proceeding in the  house of commons on the home rule  bill on clause eleven, providing for a  joint session of both Iiousob of tho  Irish parliament ln tho ������vent of a disagreement, an amonrlmont was agreed  to limiting th. operation of the clause  to public bills.,  An amendment requiring all public  bills to bo sent to tho Irish senate at  least one month boforo tho end of the  flosslon was also agreed to.  A third amendment to exclude from  tho operation of tho clause any bill at-  footing tho qualification of tho Irish  parliamentary electors of the right to'  voto at anv parllamontnry election,  was rejected hy 200 to 120.  Sir Harry Samuel moved an amendment to exempt any bill which effected tho constitution of either, house  of Irish parliament or thoir relation-  to each othor In tho constitution which  thoy are sotting up. Tho now Irish  constitution should not ouffor aB tha  Imperial parliament was now BiifforlnK  under a woakonod uppor chamber, ho  ���������aid. Tho amendment wan dofpatod  of SH to 100.  Expert for Fisheries  Ottawa.���������An oxport board to ml vino  tho marine and llsherlos department  rogurding tht. flBhlnjs Industry goner*  ally Is holnm considered by tho minister. The Mon Is to havo all branches of tho fishing Indwitry���������doop sea  coast and lake and rlvure���������represented  on  an  advisory  board  which  would  ._     . .   >        ������������    if,. ...... t . .I..  *mi''.'*   V'"'',".'!" t ',"   mm .t-'i.l   ..11 ���������>   .v.. 1.  quefctlons affoctlnjs tho llshorles. Leg.  InlnHon alonj. that lino Is antlclpatort  at tho coming oonulon.  ���������mm Ktwmw���������������������������>���������**   ��������� ���������> m.x*0nmmmmmimmmm*  London.-rLambtjth guardians yo*.  tr-rdav decide.*. tn prosocuto able-bodied paupers who ir������c*������'������nUy outer anil  on Constantl*  t'ttlVV t>     IIIU     1* *-i# *txk\* \������������.ikj-     ftrkw-ft**->-iW    ������-vt<-VM-if*,-  Ing to obtain amploymRnt on a, charg������  of falling to main tain tliomaelves.  there has been seriously 'Unfavorable  weather during   and   after   harvest  time; but the growth and maturing of  the crops has been mostly   or    altogether made; before tho advent of such  weather and thus, although the quality of part of the products was depreciated to a moderate extent, the quantity has not been lessened to any extent worth .mentioning.   ' During the  latter half of the crop year of 1912-  11113 the Argentine, Australian and ln������  dlan   wheat, crops  arrive at harvest  the larger portion of thoir production  coming on tho market during the six  months from .Tan. 1st to   July   1st.  Thoso throe countries are   the   next'  largest   exporters   after   the   throe  northern countries mentioned above,  and If ln their ensuing season their  crops Increase In yield In the same  way as tho crops of Russia, the United fitnt.es and Cnnndn hnve dona,, then  thoro will bo a carry over world's surplus of wheat much larger than thoro  has been for somo years past, and tho  effect of this surplus of supply ovor  requirements must worlc In tho direction of oim'.noBS in prices sooner or  later.      We nevor wrlto pesslmlstl-  oully about  the  prospect for  whoat  prices If wo can help it, and so while  under the conditions horo mentioned  we do not soo any prospect for import ani advance over the present level  of prices, we would point out that although the world's production of whont  has so Jiu/oafuid aB to make tho  crop  your of in 12-101.1 to carry tho record  yield (If Argentine, Australia and In-  1II1111 crops do nol moot   with   iinmo  catastrophe before thoy nre secured),  tho world's consumption or whoat hns  ������,.j.'ft fu<.r''r������������������e*l. nnd Ifl cotttlriiinllv Increasing, and tlie Increased demund la  a prop to prices.      Thin loadu us to  think that piehent prices of wlimit aro  on about, a fair cnmmorclnl basis, uml  th.ir nit hough undor the Influeucn of  speculative short soiling wo may boo  lllUltl  IUIH n 1 lio  ilinn,   iv o  mil  iii'i uvu  41.  ....-.���������,.   ...,.<���������,,.      ,������,,..,*. 0*14.4.4,1,, Hl'S,      *..?,/*f-  ���������"���������acts Demonstrating Growth  Swift   Current,   SaBk.���������The   start  made by the engineers' department of  Swift Current ln the matter of street  paving alon* Eleventh Avenue Is regarded quite <.-enerally as marking one  more important advnnce in the town's  development.       Still  another feature  of the steady growth of Swift Current,  especially in tho district conveniently  located with roference to tho C.P.R.  station and tho business section, is the  opening of the branch of the pank of  Montreal on Eleventh Avonue.      As  stated by   Secretary   Wood   ot   the  local board of trade: Qroat an was tho  development   of   Swift    Current    In  1010 and 1911,    the    progress    made  during tho present yenr has far surpassed anything that has previously  been  accomplished;   our  highest  expectations havo been greatly exceeded.      Swift Current In now n dlvlHlou-  al point ot tho C.P.R., which railway already Was two branch lines radiating from this point; and In 1913 it  will bo a dl.'ifllonnl point of the C.N.  II. and O.T.P., both of   which   railways will havo two llnoB running out  ot Swift Curront.    Recent statistics  of bulldlnrs permits ln proportion to  population  place Swift Current, third  nmr.uKRt  nil  the cities and  towns  In  the    Dominion.        Thin    fact    alone  should be conclusive nn to tho activity  now taking placo.      Swift Current Is  the contro ot throe million acros of  tho richest grain growing land in the  Wei-t; and r^foronco to recent statistics will show that this Is tho largest  initial wluiit-HliIppliig   point   in   the  world.     Swift Curront has an assured  future.  as He put it to the Pharisees at an-   *  other   time What    think   ye    ot  >  Christ?      (Matt, xxii, 42).  It should et so much concern mo  what others s?y, but what does my  heart say, what is He to me personally? Simon Peter, generally thgi  spokesman, answered. Thou art tlft**  Christ, the Sen of the llvine: Goft '  (vei-se 29; Matt, xyi, 1G}. See hl.s  similar testimony in John vi, 69 and  that of--M.artna.in John xi, 2t. Can \  look upon Him with Hia eyes as a  name of fire searching me tlrrougj*  and through and sa"*, O Lord, thou  art to me th risen living Christ, my  personal Saviour, If so, then blessed am I, for our Father has taught .  me by His spirit (Matt, xvi, 17). Thp  words translated Peter and rock in  Matt, xvi, 18, are not quite the same,  aj.8 Airs.. Si*-j���������lAying a piece Oa. rcGj������  easily move.! and the -ther a Eolid  rock immovable. The -"OS���������. *������������������������������<*.'i������-  tion is the great truth that Jesus is  God, and other foundation can no man  lay (1 Cor. iii, 11; .Acts iv, 12).  The church built bri this and on His  great atonement as God can never b������  moved. the company of aii true  believers in Him constitutes this  church, and all else Jjiust come to  naught.      Peterf was given the key-  ������,: .A.    i.:Wm4.w.      ~..     ..4,    a���������-,     ���������a ���������  V4A   .   I.AIG      A111������U_XU,U.UI      Ol       U1C      XflXUll.lL,  and the church is not the kingdom,  'bnt' the heavenly center of it.    From  that time and repeatedly He began to  tell   them  that  at  the  hands  of tha  elders --chief- "^rie^ts  ar**^   pji^inn..  -tr.*.  must suffer, many things, be rejected  and killed and after three days risa  again?'(verses?3i;   ix, 31;   x, 33, 34);  but although to ns seemingly so plain.  His disciples, did not    receive 'ihes������ "  sayings, not. even Peter and John, and  It is written concerning them that up  to the time o". His actual resurrection  from the dead they    knew    not    the  ScTipture that He,  must   rise    from  the dead (JJhn xx, 9).    They had pot  received the message of the propheta  that the Messiah must suffer, die, be  buried and rise agpin, thou_h we can  see it plainly In such passages as Ps.  xxii; Isa. lill; Dan. ix, 26; Zech. xii,  10; xii j, 6-7.    Peter therefore said that  He should not 'spenk    of    suffering:  Be lt far from Thee, Lord.    This shall  not   he     unto     Thee.    Pity     thvself  (Matt,  xvi, 22 and margin).      Mark;  our Lord's reply and note that what  ls not of God Is jof tho devil and la  an offense to God.  Believers are either a sweet savor  of Chrlrtt, or salt that has lost Us eav.  or. Thrtro is no room for seir ln a  disciple cf Christ. It must be nlwsys  a denial of ������elf, taking up Uio crosB  dally and following Tlim; always delivered unto death for Jesus sake, that  tho life of Jesus mnv ho manifest in  us; rep.k,Qiiin'*- ourselves dpad unto fin  and alive unto God (II nnv. Iv, 10, 11;  Rom. vi. 11). Thero Is no cross at  gal*1 or jet or Jowt'ln ur flu wars seen  In Scripture, but only a cruel cross of  death.  It nieaifit crueh-iod to the world and  tho world *o us, seeing Josus only, ,  To ono llfo moans business to another  his profession, to another pleiiBuro, to  another this or that, great, scheme,  philanthropic porhaps or just to miike  money, but one who is right with God  Bays, "To me 10 llvo ls Cellist." Ho  does not ask us to suffer with Him  without, setting boforo us tho glory of  tho kingdom to which Ho has called  (I Thess, 11, 12; 11 THobs. il, 14; .1  Pot v, 10), and to which Uo refers in  verses 38 of our lesson and which wo  shall boo moro clearly In noxt wooli,'!*  sfudy of tho transfiguration, and to  which the laBt verse of this losBOn  (Marjt.lx, 1) clearly belongs,, It was  tho God of glory who appeared to Abraham (Acts vii, 2), and wo tan only  bo sustained In the patient waiting an  Ho and others wore. But Uio  church as a whole ls as Wind fco tho  glory of Ills kingdom as the dlsclplos  wore to Ills doath and resurrection,  not because 't ls not plainly revealed  hut because other though*,-*, aml.wuyu  leave no roon for Tils,  London.��������� The antrriigotfo movement fluffon-d a setback In tho houuo  of common��������������� when an amiouiic(>ment  providing for woman, suffrage, which  It was desired to Ineludn In <h^ home  rulo bill for Ireland, was defeated by  ������������������������������*      U-fVUtlllAl.     AU      VWIUU.  T*lH4\    m,.*m^tm0.ltf,n     /'I'.fliO'w.    t\\mt  4 V.4...-  ing ban .1 great deal to do in ������Uapl������n; J will retaliate "by organizing autbiouluri  prices und lhere la this year a peculiar] la Ireland.  Grain Fiom Peaoe River  Toronto.���������A. W. Cnrvefh, of Grand  Prairie, Alta , has sent Hubert Hay,  II leading g?a1n dealer, a number of  samples of >miln grown ln tho Pence  Ulvor district. Thoy are nil pro.  nouneed an  excellent, -bot.lt'Jn color  ,     ......HA,. ^ II'Ih.a    l.n^ln,.    4*.    n.nnnlnl  ly largo and irautlfuily Ucht In color,  tttuo Killed by Motoroar  Pnrln.���������n*'.   Honrl  do  llothnchlld's  motorcar ran ov**r a mntnlfleont Rtiiff  III IJJU  unt:)>.  ul   'lauii/uuuiui,   j-tiiUCii,  ��������� r.������J,    ,..l.l.,|^*i I'^l    4*** **    n*mm    l.iml.���������X    *-.     M  liitcii hut nuiioilv was Uui't.  1  wao Wiled.  TUP ������U|(  smmammumtmmmm  ���������SUMS  WftiJJWi^-ii-*'^^  ____S____!-i___!l  ,'^m.m.m.mmmmmim^x  SBBSBSmm  BB  tmrntm  a%* THI-    CRESTON    lil. V IE VV.    CJiKSl ;Q N,    B. C.  ^^   %imif    dgg    #%   fl^B    f    I  H__i-C_BJir-l-ll-#r4f&E9l   f?  W l__a#4B^  "Unshrinkable Combinations.    Made irom choicest wools���������fits- smoothly and  snugly to every line and curve of the figure���������yields freely to every movement. No-  rough seams-each seam being bound.    The next time you want   underwear, don'  ask for underwear, ask for H������WS9S_'s  Unshrinkable.  *"��������� >  hl*J������*_____i_.���������l'-*'*_*ffim*������^  ���������_���������ii_���������_hi_ fT-nwfi-iti ^'ffliirfii miii m iiiii^wrmiMTHmiTTrrnrr^^ ������������������  ������ Uii ni uaiyi  I! Hi  iii;  BILLIARDS AND POOL, HOT OR COLD  BATHS* CIGARS, CIGARETTES AND  CONFECTIONS. RAZORS     GROUND  * ivrr_   OCT*  SAM HA I t- I tLU, Prop.  Church  Notices  METHODIST CHURCH  t Services will be held every Sunday as  11:00 a. ni.  7:30 p.- m.  2:20 p. m.  *.    .. A.. ......      ....-4-1.     ....  1,1.4        lUltJ-        ������\1V������1     A1CT.  mmmm^mm  1 MFN-Y!11I W  ������  !  a:  iJ-������r  r&_-_-Q _?  EARLY    S-SSSSCRET^-aSS    A5-SD,  EXCESSES  HAVE UMDER-      ]  S3SNED YOUR SYSTEM j  Wonderful Nervoiu System  The nerves ccstrol all actions of the. 1-c-dy so that any-  LlA.Aig til^C  C/C?.^.���������*���������.iVS   l.���������CA_     >. iiA     lVt*.i*���������'li    iiiA    V-r^AiXi^    VIA- j  the  syste:::.   E_riy  i__-cret���������bos and  Excesses    have  Drainssap their vigor and vjtiliiy aad titey never develop  to a proper cotiCitcioa of manhood.   Ttov remain -weaklings, mentally, physically sad sesyally.  H?w yoa Ss^l?  Ars you uervoas iU3_ -ti-eai, cespc-nden"; aad 'gloosiy,  s-ec_s before the eyes v.ith d_r*c circles under tbem,  y.-ez*.��������� bai*-, kiune- s irrit���������bl^Y^'t-���������3������io_ of  ���������te< _e^Tt-  ba,3l:."ul, ilebilltatfag iireams, sfelfjaentini������������������ie, pimples 1  on the face, eyes sun'-:en. a.oiaO������- cue���������cs������ car2*^or_ ss- g  prcssioa, poor meniory. lifeless, distrastft*1. lack energy I  and strenfrt���������, tired iconlings, restl__ sishts, change-1  _b!a moods, pi*eniature decay, boue pains,���������air loose, etc. |  This is the coadiUcaoar N������v? Ms*J*cd TreetsseeS is    \  GUAI_W-sTEED TO CURE l  We liavA*. treated Diseases o������ 3Iea for almost a life-i  time and do   not  have to e_pet-iiaeat.   Ccasalt. xss%  FREE OF CHARGE j  and we will tell you whether you are curable or not. "j  V/e guarantee cjrabla cases of [  NERVOUS DEBILTTY, VARICOSE VEINS, BLOOD I  AND  SKIN   DISEASES.   GLEET,   BLADDER       j  URINARY AND KIDNEY CGM-LAimS t  Free Booklet on Disease* of Men.   If unable to call  write for I  QUESTION LIST FOR HOME TREATMENT  Drs.K_HNEEIY  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold St.,   Detroit, Mich.  Wf&SB^imWi" B B-vB-i  isw^ms^^w    ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  All" letters from Canada must be. addressed  to our Canadian Correspondence Department in Windsor, Qut. If you desire to  see ua personally call nt our Medical Iustitute in Detroit as we see and treat  no patients in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  -laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters as follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Out.  Write for out" private arldr������BS.  ,<,i1VM''-.,Wi:r.'iT.W*l*-*^  The Rawe#*������Me Meirise#*i������^  Comprising t25 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.  *���������������*���������   ji DOM BT 7"B-T-_re   Peaches  wmm    m    ammB**   B B M ___-_. m#    CherriGS  Piutns  GUARANTEED HOME CROWB-  Ccllared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  (<We can hold your trade."  Established lOOObytho HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture  ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH ATCATALOCUE PRICES  For Catalogue nud Price lint, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON. Agent. Creston, B. C.  mm*****.*-**,,***.-*******--*--------���������--������������������nrrn mi ii i imiwi iiit-ii  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES  Drafts on the principal cities in the following countricd iHHued without  delay!  Afrlc.  ArublN  ArtcAntln* Republic  Arm������nl������  Auntrullu  AiiNtrla-Hungary  U������lfjiiuiu  nraill  Itultrurlu  C������fton  Chili  ������-'!:l:-.r;  CrKtc  Cuba  Di-nn-iurli  E������ypl  KinlMiut  Kormoii*  frnnco  Ouiii.uiiy  Ottnce  Holland  Ici-lnnJ  Ir.dla  i.... j  Jupan  Mrirrilonln  ���������Rtnir.ln  M iillii  Hcrvlu  Mnnuhurlu  din in  Mi:>.lr���������  Sllicrln  New -i iiliind  Kuulli Afriuw  Nt.rvt'uy  Mliuin  r....-..,..  :;u..u-. J^uUincntu  IVritlM  Hwr-ilini  I'l-ru  Hwkt/urluiitl  l'li|ll|>|ilni! lulu lulu  '���������>'^,,������������������  J''.!:im!  '.���������'iiritt'V                    0.7  .    ...  .,,..,  ^t .......   m.......  I<I,I,|H,llllll  Wunt Iiidluu, otc.  Then- draft** c.m.be drawn in <-.������. ill: ;', frauc;., murUn, lire, hroiu-n, yen,  tnelM, roublcM, etc., ttccnrdintf lo tlu- niumy ol tlu- tountry in which they  arc payable. Thia onublca the payee to obtain the exact amount Intended.  I*ercy ft*, t-owier, Manager -wrc^ioii branch  Morning*  Evening   -  Sabbath School  jC ou  ;tvtS J[\veleuine  l'^rt'd L. t'nrpeiitt-i"  Pastor  PRESBYTERIAN    CHURCH'  Service  every  Sunday   nt   11  a. ni.  ami 7:30 *..'- m.  Snbbat h School at 2:h\> p. m.  Adult   Bible  Class at close of even-  iui>- si-i'vice.  W. G. Blake  Minister  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  Christ Chnrch  Nov. 17 cii ("Mth Sunday after Trinity)  .U...AU   O    UV.J     VV... U. UU .UJU  3 -p. in.  3 p. m  Erickson School Honse  S'^nA.^m.   Q.A-l.^.r.1  UUUUJ     AJUUVU.  Evensong, Sermon " 7:00 p.m  Philip C. Hayman   (Vicar)  DUCK CREEK NEWS  Paul Ofne? returned from Oalgary  Saturday. He was glad to got back to  the banana belt.  Miss M. Butterfleld came down from  Creston to spend the week end at hey  home here and took in the club dance.  Roy Hobinson, an old timer a*i Dnck  Oreok, came down from Cranbrook Saturday. He was much impressed with  the great improvements since he waB  here last. He returned to Oranbrook on  Sunday's east hound.  Harry Bathie of Cranbrook oame  down for the week end. Tha Duok  Creek Social Ohihsfnve him a Rood time.  He was the guest- of Mr. and Mrp. Johnson of Lake View Ranoh.  Paul Of nor has just completed nn extensive system of waterworks, iuvolviug  the laying of 900 feot of pipe.  Misses Alice Carr and Bertha Pease  ���������f Alice Siding were among those who  took in the Sooiil club dance  Saturday  sushi.  In spile of the inclemency of the  weather about SO people were present at  the Social Club dance on Saturday night  0. H, Black, (who was responsible for  che amusement of the crowd) being master of ceremonies certainly filled the  ������������������ill everyone being kept iu tbe Beventh  heaven..  Victor Sandvig was a visitor to Duck  7reek Sunday.  Those who braved the storm to go to  ���������harch on Sunday were disappointed as  he Rev. Mr. Blake was unable to get  lere.  Bob Dixon was down looking over his  ranch one day last week.  Pri&ss s--bH������s&&s������ &sa tF������8*s������ ^srs  Touring Car  Runabout  Commercial Roadster  Town Car  Delivery Car  F.O, B. Factory  ���������fr750  6*7*;  - t xt  675  1,000  775  2  cars  of Massey-Harris implements  shipped,    r car "of sleighs.'  mmm  0&m9  of  Grm&ton, R. B* Savan,  Mgr*  #  a 1x1 i 1   _ - m 1VT A np \fTAi   Ca  .1-a.i^ U    XtiP Svi^\/\l _ ti 111. 1 J\Lmt^p  ioldstreaiu Estste Norseri^  VERNON, B. C.  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name.   .We carry all the leading  varieties  inost  ^   suited to this district.    Our specialty is budded stock   ���������  on three-year-old whole roots. * ^  For further particulars aoolv to our local A rent-'?  - -   - ..... "-^ .-'���������:"���������"..   .-     -*'_.  4 J. Blinco, Box __9, Greston, B;C. %  \ w  at the C_esfcon Mercantile Co.  Land Notice  Nelson Land District. District of West  Kootenay  Take notice that Levi Bent of the  City of Cranbrook, occupation a laborer,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted 30 feet  distant in a Westerly direction from thi-  North West post of Mannerio's Lot.  Thence North 20 chains *, thence West  20 chains ��������� thence .'South 20 chains;  thence East 20 chains containing forty  acres more or less.  * Levi Bent,  ' Applicant.  Dated Ootober 1, 1912.  The residents of this district were  1 slightly inconvenienced by the strike of  j the C.P. R. freight clerks, there being  I no local freight for several days.  Mr. and���������irs. Q\ B. Thorpe, who have  been staying for a few weeks with Mr*  md Mrs. Embree, left on Tuesday for  Oreston, where they will reside for the  winter months.  Mr. and Mrs. Embree, who have re-  ������������������ided on the Bob Dixon ranoh for the  ;>aBt year left on Tne3day for Oreston  vvhere they will reside in the future.  Chey have been shining lights in social  ���������ircles here and will be greatly missed.  We hope they may make ai many  friends where'ere they go, as they leave  behind them horo.  Paul and Matt Hagen and Paul Ofner  were visitors to Oreston Tuesday.  ���������������!--_������������������-  ANNUAL  EASTERN EXCURSIONS  Special   Rail  Fares  in connection with  Trans-Atlantic Tickets  Round   trip   rate   from   Ciestou to  Montreal, $82.65, to St. John, $00.65.  Datoa of Sale, Nov. 7 to Dao. 31, '12  Return limit 5 months from   dato  of  iHBUO.  Liberal Extonalon Prlvllogoe  For   further   information,   roil and  steamship tinket.s, apply to local C. PR  agon!', or wrlto to,  R. G. McNEILLIE,  Dist. Passenger Agent,  Calgary, Alta,  ltKNUWAL OF LICENSE  Liquor Liceuue Act (Suutiou 12)  Notico in hereby given that on the  ili'Ht day of December next, application will he made to the .Superinten-  dcnl/ of Provincial police for a renewal  of the Hotel liiceiiNci to Hell Liquor by  ,...li,II in lit,, Iw.ii.l |.,t,t,������.,i .111 lit,, li",���������!..).  mou Hotel,  Mituate at ErlclcHOii In  tlie  pi-ovincf of Iti'il.ish Columbia.  Dated thin iHLli day of October, UUu  1  I VValtor VV. Hall, Jfronriotor  Jerry Johnson, who has beon staying  with his uncle Gub Johnson, for tho  past few weokB, left on Sunday for the  coast. . He traveled via Spokane and  Seattle.  Monrad Wi������en has just addtd an additional two aoroB Of clearing to hia  ranch.  JooWigou came over from Canyon  Oity on Saturday to* tako in tho Club  danoo.  Borne Ulna pout card views of tho distriot, taken by 0. B. Thorpe uro on die-  play at tho PoBt Office.  Wo don't wish to bo too hard on tho  gontlomen of tho sooial olub, not knowing whoso fuult it is, but visitors to tho  olub uro pawing lenuuka on gouUi fclt  ting around whilo tho ladies hand round  tho rofioshmonto. Wo bopo to boo this  ordor rovorflod bo you young bucks got a  move on you noxt Ratnrdav night.  Don't forgot tho Sooial Club danoo on  . . . ...   ^fr .     .        mi,  131 lllllllllj'    AA4J4..4IJ   XI 14 ���������  .     JAIA,  tit     *r    ri *.m.  ������v.  v.   w '"jt-*  in miiHtor of cereuioniet-i.  O, D. Blaok was a vlnitor to Crostan,  For Infants, soft sole shoes and slippers  35c up  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,   11   to  2.   in  Kid  and   Box Calf  $2.00 to $2.25  Ladies  sloes  in  several  reliable  makes  1   ���������  In Men's shoes we features ������������������ INVICTUS*r made by  G. A. Slater Co., also AMHURST, WIIXIAMS  and other  guaranteed  lines.  A Full Stock of Rubbers from the smallest size to the  heavy. Stub proof shoe for lumbering aiid farm  work.  mmm*  MUM  mMlj*_^ll^^-Mlll^yjl^m|-,|iyil!lllMim^mmimmmma^mti^m^x^^^.m���������^r-,m  m^^ ^-^^^^^fc^^^^^M m^ox...t. *x.m  tSBrlWBmWWMmiKhB llll_!WHM-IBIiltol  " ������������'������������������iii������iii������imii������iiiiiiii ������������������MMMl������������������ .n.wnww  VI*  :   > ... ...   .   .*) ,,, m.  R KNEW AL OF TjICENSE  Lhiuor LlconHC Act (Section 42) w  Notico ih hereby_ given tli.it on fcho  flint day of December next, application  will he made to the Superintendent of  Provincial police for a renown! of the  Uotol LIcoiiho to hoII by votall in tho  ��������� .������������ I, 4..1 ������������  .   .      ������ .. ,4  III'LIU     Ikllt'f.ll    <i.l   i.4IA>       W.l.ll*.        4t4L.^A,A.A,       M...  mile nl, Sli-ibif In tint province  of Bri-  thill Cohimbia.  Dated thlH 18th day of Ootober 1012  Wm. MowiH, A'ro rltOK,*,  RENWWAL OF LTORNH1D  Liquor Lioense Act (ttoctlon 42)  Notico in hereby given that on the'  (list day of Docoinhoi' noxt, application will ho made to the Siipoinilen  dent of Provincial police for a renewal  of the Hotel License to soil Liquor by  .nlnll   tm    A I. ~   1. .. I  . 1   I..,    a. V...     A  ..............   ...    ......... w*  ...,.f ,. 44   ...A   I...V    4IA.41.1/4J-  oner Hotel, nltuate at Kitchener in the  province of lit itiAti Columbia.  Dated thi������ 18th day of Octobor, 1013,  Uuat Andcon, Kitchenor Uotol,  li  '   IB  &������������������������  wi  Sfefi  fcraa������.,Ht  ii'im mmmmmammmmm^^  ^������V,'*^^^ll^V'*������^4.^4WAM���������rtWl>'*AJl���������~^ v-a,)^*  s_,.._.- , j*y(

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