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 mm  ir'-'AV  1"  fep;  iKi-'v'S'^;-?'''^ *:";:'���������������;*S:S&';*.3"^H-'--;".'^?:^^i;'--  ^  'i^to''"'.'"*'?'^^  _ ..- ��������� v-.;..-._....'.1-, .���������1-iJr-������i(T,- --.'. ^(--������-.v.i'.J:.";i������-.'-.iri/itij;i;.iii,_.-'  >*_  Jite.-;-ri^*sajfti  ���������. .'(��������� -������7-*!'rpW^.������--  Ci^^^Ki^Aaa^  Aii Roads in  ������_ 5ind West Kootenay-Lead to Cr^stoss  8 ""'"' ���������:���������r  ALL THE NEWS |  of. the CRESTOH  DISTRICT       |  J=!_������f?*?S_r*' j r^4Tr,*^ea-  igVoir*  a ,1  jui*"  \DV 11Y  ^-ifel^ zfti^ti,m^^mti^eimi  ,.-f������.:r..^.j,..i~t3.K3g31i  -iv*'-i-t*i4^l  No.  12, $th Year.  CRESTON, B.C,    FMlDAY    NOV. 8,     1912.  Single Copied 5c.  '*��������� i���������'i-'*"**  ES^MI  Have Pleasant Time at  L. O.  L.  Masquerade  Although stormy weather put a  damper ou the crowd who would have  attended the Loyal Orange Lodge  Masquerade Ball held last Tuesday  evening, those who did go were well  repaid for braving the elements, for a  ' most pleasant time was had, and an  unusual feeling of good homo*** per-1  meated tho guests,  John Gillard made the hit of the  evening, costumed as an Irish wasli-  vyoman. On his back was displayed a  large sign reading, "I want Home  Kule for Ireland." Mr. Gillard won  the prize for having the best comic  costume among the gentlemen.  The other prize winners were, for  iadiep' best fancy costume, Mrs.  Sidney jroole, who ui&us .ner appear-  HERE and THERE  The  Spokane   Apple Show is to bs  held next week.  1  Woodrow   'Wilson,   the   democratic  nominee, was Tuesday ������tested president  of the United States'.by a large plurality.  ���������   mmm. *m a ���������      _>___* %AJ* ������5  0.0. S.. SIGNAFIES ORANBROOK:  CO-OPERATIVE STORES,  _U    UJf JJUttOB       UA       J'AAO  t election in  she Stares was the success of woman  suffrage in fourstateB out of five where  the constitutional amendment was submitted to a vote. The victory of woinon  was complete in Arizona, Kansas, Mich  W. J. Sheppard of Erickson, left Saturday for Easleigh, Alberta where he  will spend the winter on his homestead.  ���������General   purpose, .black   team for  sale.���������J. Compton.  Mrs.   Barrett of   Nelson  arrived in  Creston, Monday for a  visit with Mr,.  igan and Oregon,  wnile in Wisconsin   and Mrs. Jas. Cook  ance in the garb of a witch; for  gentlemen's fancy costume, W. A.  McBean, attired in the dress of the  seventeenth century, and for ladies'  comic, Mrs. J. M. Barton who came  dressed as a squaw.  There were many costumes of quality and it was with difficulty that the  judges made these decisions as to the  best. 1 Company  R,i T4 Lowery says "It is not likely  that a Dry Farming Congress will over  Tjg held in Vancouver? "  Ohas. E. Brown, a woodsman employed at Gate's camp near Bonners  Ferry was killed by the accidental discharge of his gun while ont hunting for  deer last week.  ���������- Scan-elds underwear at the Creston  Mercantile.  On Monday, Nov. 4th, Mr. and Mrs  3. 3. Defreeae of Baker Oity,  Ore., and  "3-xs. H. I. Poaroe of Indianapolis, Ind.,  aud Albert Wisler of New York Oity,  arrived at Creston to   visit   tho   Wisler  families here.   This is the first time in  | twenty years that this number of tho  Wisler family were together and renewed old friendship, there  being fourteen  "present which represented four generations,   Mrs. Pearce left with her mother, Mrs. R. M. Wisler on Thursday for  bQr home in Indianapolis,  where  her  another will reside in the future.     Mr.  and Mrs Defreese will stay until Sat.  the 9th before leaving for home,  when  ���������  ] Mr. aud Mrs. _#- O. Wisler will accompany them as fur as Spokane.  His Land is Off  The Market  Jjrand Forks and Oranbrook "curlers j  re organizing a;  ter of good sport  Mr. aud Mr*. Hope of Victori i passed  through Oreston Monday ou the east  bound train.  ���������Pedigreed Airdale pups for sale. J.  E. Hayden.  --Just arrived, new stock of rubber  boots and shoes.   A. Mirabelli.  B. H. Swanson of Vancouver bought  a piece of laud over in the Oanyon City  section of  the valley three years ago,  without  ever having seen the   place.  This week on Tuesday and Wednesday,  Mr.   Swanson visited Creston for the  first time, and looked Over his buy.   On  Wednesday afternoon he dropped into  the Review office to subscribe for the  paper, and be expressed his delight at  haviug secured the place,  saying that  when he made the purchase he did it for  a speculation, but now  the land is off |  the market.   He returned to Vancouver  for the winter but will come back  to  Oreston early in the spr'ng,   when he  will develops the place and make is his  home.  i?iu i l run ntJiiiiL  MIIlUiriDIIlTV  lTiumuirALii  PETITIONS TO BE CIRCULATED  Believe    Taxes   Will   Be  Less Under Municipal  Government.  are organizing and preparing for a wi"='  A fire believed to be incendiary, last  Friday destroyed   the   lumber  mill at  I Proctor owned by Wattsburg Lumber  The Knights oil Pythi&3, Wild Boise'  Lodge, No. 39, are having an at home,  on Monday evening at 8:30, November,  11. All members are requested to come  and bring their families.  The music supplied by Mr. Br oweil i _  ��������� VGtUtlVUaU     JToOaaaC     t-.DJgJJ.ll    I/IOIAB      UJ.6  and Mrs. Attridge was very good aud  much appreciated, At midnight a  dainty lunch was served.   ������ ���������  Advises Mixed Farm=  on a strike this week.  /"���������** ���������. mimm mmm . m o*. *��������� 4-������ ma ���������$��������� i r������ *���������������  VU1U IJU UlJIbU VIVU  j ���������We pay the freight, and if you are  uot satisfied with che values received  from us, we will pay the: freight baok  aud refund foil ^ amount of your purchase.   O. C. S.  There have recently been a number  of complaints to the constable regarding  young boys carrying firearms and their  careless use of them. Although the  majority of lads may be trnsted with a  gun, the act pertaining to this matter  reads, Any   person under the age of  "i  fourteen ye its, unless accompanied by  his father or guardian, who shall carry  a gun, nfie, pistol or other firearm, shall  on summary conviction thereof, be  liable to a fine  not exceeding ten doi-  S. Billingban, a representi'-Mve of the  Nelson News spent Wednesday aud  Thursday in Creston securing material  for a write-up for the News. From here  he goes to Cranbroofe, WattsTurg and  Bains Lake ior the purpose of writing  on those districts.  Calg-ary Herald  Lauds Creston  That more mixed farming should be  practised is the belief of A B Tweddle  Oreston, ts. C, Nov. 6tu, 1912  Ing indio-operitionP^ Edlto"r:~-~   As the question of how muoh power  can. bs developed at Goat River Canyon  lars; and in default of payment of the  Hue, to the forfeiture of the gun, rifle,  pistol or other firearm."  ._ A..-.**nll.'  ViTwv  Qf-  Rnn  ,-v     mm mm... ,- -      -      ���������  and its worth, is being continually b^in-j  ���������K  brought before us, permit me to say shac  orop'and labor commissioner, who has  there ig nQt lQ88 than twenty-five huu-  been spending some time in the valley  gathering   statistics regarding acreage  under cultivation, amount in fruit trees,  and the nnmber of trees, also the number of people occupied in fruit raising.  He sayB that life would be made much  easier for the ranoher who is short  of  funds aud whose trees are not old enough  to bear in paying quantities,, if ho would  adopt a little mixed farming.   " Even oh  a small place, pigs can bo raised to a  good profit.   In a poor year for fruit he  says, many a man in the Okanagan, has  been able to pull through with a (*ood  income from his jy������8, cows and chickens  He tells of ono man who buys pigs  on  the prairies in the spring at a very low  cost and fattens thorn on hia own place  then selling them at a tremendous profit.  Auother thiug that ho urges Is oo-op-  orativo buy lug and selling. Although  tho BinuU rancher cannot raise grain in  , largo enough qunntitiva to BUpply his  -stock he can got it qulto reasonable  through   the    vanohoio,  organization,  Divine Service at Christ Church   vtfill  commence at Tp. m.,���������instead of, 7:30 f^l-fY      .    _ --���������,-,. , ~, . ������������������_.  * -    ' *        -   -*w*Hnst arrivt'dat; _3h0 Oiah Store  m.s on Nov. 3rd aud thronjhont the  winter months.  ���������Our new fall shapes in Mens Hats  have arrived.   Creston Mercantile Co.  dred, horse power and as to its value, at  the very low price of $15 per horse pow-  eif a year, ic will he eeen that exactly  $37,500 would be the revenue derived  irom the said power each year if fully  developed.    $37,500, would pay the  interest on exaotly $750,000,   or in other  words three-fourth of a million dollartD.  Wo are not talking   about developing  the power just now nor have we any  idea of allowing this to be given  away,  rather a large present when if wo choose  we oould develope all the power there is  thero for $20,000.    The fact of living en  tho    lutor-Provincial   Highwav   to be  kept up by the government and tho fact  of having *40(,,000 of asBesamont   from  the railways and tho fact that some of  On and after Monday, Nov. 4. Dr.  Primrose Wells will be found at the  roems over w hut was formerly knowu  as Trombley's boarding house, to see  patients, between 11 and 1 or at other  times by appointment.  J. Carroll, who abont the first of A_g-  gust passed several bad cheques at the  Burton Hotel, is now serving sentence  ���������it Lethbridge for being connected with  a shootiui*; auair at Taber, Albert.**.  Constable Q. M. Gunn, yesterdry, sent  a warrant for Carroll's arrest when re  leased, for the crime here. There are  several charges against the man from  ither places.  Iu the issue of tbe Calgary Herald  of October 18, there appeared an article so well written and so laudatory of  this district, that we decided reprint  _��������� . v. ������������������! tb_   same  to  show   our readers  the  hit  Tvrniif runners I.   ���������*    . - h. .   . __  [impression w-hich/the.'G_e_fconr .valley,  gives to str������ingers. The article is  written   hy   a  representative   of  the  iiie moves for  sv  rur;ii  *jjuuiO������*ja,������tjr  to be formed of the   Creston district,  was launched at a well attended meeting of ranchers last Saturday night,  when it was decided by a largo majority to have the gathering go on record,  as favonng municipalization, and to  circulate petitions through the town  and country, to be sent to the Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia,  stating that the land owners" of this  district desire to form a municipality  in accordance with the statutes of the  province.  According to the municipalities a^t,  separate petitions will havs* to be circulated, one in the town site and the  other in the rural districts. This  gives the people of Creston the privilege of becoming a part cf tlie ruial  municipality,' or staying out of it  without hindering in any way trie or*  ganization of the outlying district.  Frank Rose acted its chairt���������an fo_  the meeting.'"'The committeemen an*'  *!*** J- ' '' '    ��������� < 4- V l"1 fc.   ������ "���������*j'<r   J***"  **" i^^CJ*"*  pointed7 to circulate*' the' petition are  George Huscroft, John HoMen, W*  ���������_  .,  ���������4._ ^-^a..- ,���������i ,. j^,  4.^, |G. Littlejohn, Geo. Hobden, J. Hny������  xxertuu, wjiu S|jcQi be������cr������iuB^Sin  vuu  den and A.   D.   Pochm.     Mr.   Kose  ���������Registered Yorkshire White Boar,  Oak Lodge Duke of Agassiz���������86278, bred  by the dh'ector of the experimental farm  Agassiz, B. C, is for service at Valley  Viaw ranch.  ���������We have absolutely pure, looal honey in comb 3 or strained at The Cash  Store.  A letter his boen reoived at this office  asking that the statement made a few  weeks     ago   regarding    the   salo    of  Robt. FitzGorald's ranch bo corrected;,  the vory largost municipalities iu  On-   Ho has not sold his ranch.  tario only lovy about $11,000 each year  for thoir nnuutouco, wore somo of the  main Jhhuoih which mado tho peoples  nmniolpal mcotiug such a huge sucoohh.  Whon thoy fouud out that they wore  paying out ovor $17,000 It caused a good  doal of room for reflootiou.   Tho  Muni-  ��������� Send for our prices on furniture, wo  pay tho freight.   O, O. S.  Many anothor,distriot haB found to its I ���������  '' .J oloal biiBiuoui* Ib now In  tho hands of  men who will maUo things hum and 1  Mrs. T. H. Hiokey wont to KoIrou.  Tuesday,  Both the Presbyteriau and   Methodist  church suppers, held, one on Monday  and the other^one week before were W9ll  patronised and those attending en-Joyed  good programs as well as good dinners.  However owing to the unueual rush at  both dinners, those going late were out  slightly short of eatables or tho   supply  was not suflloteutly largo  far  the de-  maud.   Tho Rov; Smith of the Nelson  Trinity Methodist ohnroh  gavo on ac.-  dross at tho Methodist supper that was  unique coming from a preacher.    Him  talk was humorous yet full of philosophy  and very iubtructive.  sorrow tbat ic could no I. not t.h,u% with  outoo-0'pnrattoii,  'If thn district is  to  proflpor it if*, up to tho i-aiiahem to  sup-  pure the union lliiough thick nail  thin.  Ho say** that a now diati lot like Oroston  is bouud to find it diinoult to make snob  an orgatilViiititjii run smoothly  Ilm Jum  low yuan', but it' it bouontut- a good fruit  oentre, it will bo ouly hooauso thevau-  ohers havo given thj organization  tin.Ir  hourly support.  ���������70 inch all lluou tabliug   for   GOj  Very epooial at the Moroantilo,  am bo .pleased that thoy bo willingly  havo consouttd to bo redeem their own  honii'H from  thoKO who  would destroy  ovory vestige of thoir natural   froodoin.  Youi B truly  T. M. Edmondaou,  P. S.    Siuon writing thi������ lottor I fiud  tho electrical exports ofitimuto ou thin  power is at tho very least 0,000 II. P.  Tho Ladles Guild ot Christ Church,  Creston, aro holding thoir annual Bazaar on Woduosdav, Dooombor 4th. Full  j -nHienlnr,* wm bo given in noxt wooks  pupor.  ���������Tho C. O. 8. of Oranbrook in soiling  Iron Beds with, mattroBB and spring for  $11.  ���������A full line of  gunu aud ammunition at tho Moroantilo.  Tho O. P. R. fonoing orow and train  went throupb Cr**flton. Thnrsdav to tbo  west. Thoy woro working abont Eriok-  son tho drub of tho wook.  ��������� Por tho next week all tho nt-iclc on  HUU ������Jl������   UU������v������<H'ai  ���������<��������������� I    ���������LADIES, call at our store and look  U   will moot  at  tbo j over ma ,*.in������t������ij' ui j^i-O.iil-A p:*t;tA.ruw jm*. j tjor tlitA |tuHi>intin ui ij.-  "-Mtutu'-i'  received.    H. A. Speort*. I Society, will be held   Wedmnday,  Nov.    20, at tho Meroimtilo Hall. ��������� Rofro*h-  T. Iliuris loft Wodnoaday for Shoop | montn will bo sorvod and an admission  I fl������nnl4 I  A progvoBBlvo whlat party, given  nn- hand at, the Into J. IL  Howarth'a Jew*  <���������!.- I ntn, ....rn..   ..,,11 1������A   KflUl   nt   COIlt.  Tbe W O.  T.  ii  nn   oi    M'H,  (li-iii'.'.o Cart*Mii*ht   ut  Idle sun, Thnrfldiiy, Nov Uthnt&p.m  o,  a ...i    T,i������i.,il������ W tV   bv Mm.  Dow  I  I  nt on, fiftnt* will bo oharccd.  I  Mm. Rykuiau  returned  WodneBday  #^nm o ������<tttt nt Cranbrook.  district.   There were"write-ups also of  Nakusp   and   Windci mere   b-iit  thoy  were very brief so it is evident that  Creston stands highest in the mind of  the writer.   The article follows,  (Continued from last week)  The mountains taka their name   from  Ptarmigan, or "white grouse" that  in-  babit   the region in numbers. .  Blue  grouse   and willow  grouse are   to be  found all over the district generally. To  tho west of the Summit ore������k country,  thirty mileB to the divide, is considered  one of the beat bear districts in southeast Kootenay, while the fishing on this  oroek is excellent for many miles.     A  good trail,  tho old "Dewdney Trail'*  From the FrnROi* river to East Kootenay,  runs alongside the creek r making the  flailing and hunting   very    accessible  Hero'rainbow and out throat trout averaging from ono to  two pounds cau bo  onugbt, while char scaling up to 15 lbs ,  nro often recorded.     Further south on  Boundary crook to its nouroo at tho con-  tineutal divide tbe grizzly bour has a  homo and some moustora turning tho  aoivlo at two thousand pounds aro often  brought out,   All tho mountain orooks  emptying Into tha Kootenay rivet at  or  near Oroaton abound with trout,  speckled, bull,  mountain aud rainbow.   As  woll beaten tri\lln radiate from Crcaton  to the well Btookod game  districts surrounding,   it necessarily  followa that  Croaton la an outtlltiug nud   umiting  point for tho Hportsman.  Tho faniona Kootenay flats with its  many Hlougha and orooks winding thoir  oourao to tho Kootenay inko mako ������.  happy homo for all kinds of wild fowl,  Mallard, teal aud milpo aro tho oholoo,  while later lu tho year tho big gray  gooHoian visitor.  From tho uooulo standpoint thoro Is  ������*A  I  Xfx.. Ilm.  t^^^WlM.  X*m.  *l  ,'*M  HWi  "m\  M  *-������'t  ���������^^4*Htf>|4j-   KOt* "it"   "*  opened the meeting hy toiling his  reasons for wanting a lnunieipidity  which were mainly based on the be-  jj  lief that   municipality    mjauj   less  taxes  with more to show for them  in the line of more roads and Improvements.   He also spoke of the difficulty  in securing an equalization of  taxes  under the present system, saying that  with .a municipality the assessment  roll would he conveniently accessible  to  everybody in the district, under  which condition equalization would be  assured.  As ono of the purposes of organization is the securing of the Goat River  Canyon for a power site for tho municipality, H. Newell Birch gavo a, well  prepared paper on the uses of electricity and its advantages to this district.  T. M. Edmonson who has mado a  study of tho municipal question for  somo time, occupied the floor most of  the evening iu explaining tho udvan-  t ages to ho secured by municipalization, mid presenting arguments in its  favor.   So fully did ho cover his subject  that, when an  opportunity for  friend or foo to tho subject to present  his views was given, no ono had moro  to say.   Among tho points ho brought  out was tho fact that monoy collooted  I for    taxes    greatly      exceeded    tlie  amount spent in tho district, that Is,  according   to    information   secured  from government offlHidi*, thf* tar*****  in 1010 for AllcoSlding, Oroston IBrlek-  sonnnd Canyon Oity school districts  amounted to $17,020, whllo  tho ������_-  poudlturcs tho same yoar amounted to  $lt>,f-iM, and it was in this year that  the greatest, amount of work wins dono  in tho valley.  He told   of  Ontario   iikiinicip������dlti������s  whoro tho averngo tax camo to only  tf\nm**tm**mA 0m TP������n.���������_ It,Y  ** ' ���������*-"      w    ��������� '"- ���������mmm  ' .'If' I ...ll' -  K      ...���������,. ;h.,  ���������^mmmm^m.f7 T. '.TF^  j___i____  *jnME_fl*___________  v^*m*mT^^m.mmmmmma ������  g^^^T'^E  __tWM-  mmmma*mmi*mm**  _*__  ___  KgUmgir  __  j i_ _!*__-_j_i ^.^"if; ��������� j; *H __ H tJL'g'.tggJ^fijjgJlJ.1 _?-? H'tf-'fi*^*^*'^'*! ���������^_^  fl ,. ^,;w-,'.***tmmr#pif*te<nm5*T^  artWiiiir.T'j^savja^1  ^^K^u&r&ft&V  "v??.'>'?rt*yT*?  m*?%:Wtit  ^1  i    Ala  >    'Via  THE    CBF_STON    REVIEW.    CRESTON,    B.C.  \:.y-*?'  ���������*#=  ���������V  By Arthur" Applin  WartYLcck &  Co.,  Limited  ft!   London,  Melbourne & Toronto.  ^y_____-_--#  ? 'ti ? ���������? (Continued)   ..  Quick, .sir your answer? Will you  beep your promise to iny daughter,  aad so expiate the crime you coniuii*:-  led twenty years ago; or will you ruin  the other woman whom you pretend to  love, and spend the best time of your  life i'-s. a common felon in a convict  [prison? 'What use to you, then- the  freedom you boast, tbe great wealth  you have build-.d up, tbe famous ami  honorable name you "have made���������  though you made it dishonorably!  Again there was silence. Francks  seemed to be listening as if for some?  message-from the I'gom beyond, iiis  head was bowed, the perspiration glistened on his forehead. " Suddenly he  looked up, unlocked the door and opened ii wide.  Go. he whispered, before 1 take you  ��������� by the .threat an_ throw you out.  . Fres_Gin, wealth. _a_K% are- as little  to me as your conte:_ptible threats,  compared to winning the womau I  love: " Stooping down be picked up  the-suminons-from the floor, and tore  lt into a dozen pieces. That's my  answer���������Go!  Ke watched Mr. Saintsbury slowly  leave the room. The drawing-T-oom  opened a few inches at the same time  and l.-is saw the lawyer, saw the expression on hJ-3 face, and she crept  back, seized with a nameless fear.  And Jimmy Francks slowly closed  the .dining room door; for he, too,  wa3 afraid, afraid to look at the woman be ���������ad held, a fsw minutes ago  so closely in bis arms.  COMMERCIAL CENTER. C.P.R. TRANSCCNA  'A Great Industrial'City In the Making.  "Directly across the street the C.P.it are spending millions in establishing immense Railway Yards, Terminal Elevators, Round Houses, Car  Shops, etc., etc. Besides this many other immense manufacturing industries have secured locations, and assure employment for thousands of  workmen.  Choice locations from $1?5 per Lot up.      Terms $25 cash, balance lio  per month.      Clear Title.      No Taxes for 1912.  Write for Booklet. Ajjer.ts   Wanted   at  all   Points  To   Exchange���������Automobiles,   Houses and Cisar Title Lots    for   Farm  lands.      What have you to offer?  SCOTT, HiLL. &   CO.,       '������������������   7.  22 Canada Life  Building.        Winnipeg,  Man  IN  THE   PANTRY OF  RGVAL.TY  CHAPTER III  Jimmy Francks waited until the lift  descended with Mr. Saintsbury, then  h-e po_red himself out a liquer brandy,  and swallowed it. Ke waited a moment listening. .. He knew Iris was  -till    in.    the    drawing-room. She  would keep her word and uot go until  ehe bad seen him again���������until he  could persuade her that nothing had  happened.  That nothing bad happened! A  ijueer, strained laugh left his lips, he  ���������checked it quickly, and taking out  his case lit a cigarette ami commenced  to walk rapidly up and down the  room. He wanted to be quite calm,  ���������to have himself under perfect con-1  foi before he dared face the woman j  he loved. He looked at himself in j  the mirror over the mantleshelf, wsn- j  during whether his face showed any 1  signs of the mental stuj m' which had  fallen so suddenly. He did not look  quite himself, he realise-d that already  there was a subtle change.  ' Aga/.n he laughed���������fool to be  afraid. Afraid of what? Of ai  doddering spiteful o)d lawyer who, by  dragging up a youthful folly from a  forgotten' past, hoped to blackmail  fiiijl,  A tlilef he had called him. An  ugly word. Francks stood on the  balcony and leaned out, looking down  Into the busy street. The evening  sun still bathed the city In golden  light; a few fleecy clouds drifted here  and there; a ghost-like mist hovered  in ine East, wait ins to receive the  sun before lie slipped into his bed.  Jimmy Francks squared hlls shoulders, and took a deep breath. If  -Saintsbury kept his throat, and he,  Jimmy Franc-Its were arrested and  cont to penal servitude! The idea  was so absurd, that he laughed again  and again as he stood on the balcony  tin the sunlight, looking on the world  lie bad eomiue.ed the world which had  already given him tho desire of all  men, and was going to give him even  moro.  The land or El Dorado; and this  petty-fogging lawyer���������who, If he chose  he could hii:. lock, (���������������������������'-ocJt a rid barrel,  body and  soul���������would   rob  him of it  all- .  Jimmy set bis teeth, and cursed  him. He could face prison, poverty,  disgrace even, fs.ee them with a smile  on his lips: ior they would be all  new exper'ences, new difficulties to  overcome and conquer. But his  downfall-.meant the ruin of the woman  he loved better even than he loved  life itself. He heard her voice calling to him from the drawing-room.  Ke smoothed his hair, wiped his face  with his handkerchief, and went to  her.  X was beginning to get anxious, she  said smiling at him. 1 heard Mr.  Sairtsbury go some time ago, and  was wondering what had happened to  you. She looked at him with perfect confidence, her faith robbed him  of some of his courage.  Funny thin& isn't it, he said' lightly. When a man is about to get!  married it seems to he everyone's  wedding but his. Not only friends,  relatives and tradesmen, but even  the boy who happens to black his  boots, and tnp waiter at the restaurant  considers  it their affair.  Iris did noo reply at once. She made  her lover sit down. Ke had thrown  his cigarette away, she found and lit  another for him. A slight shiver  shook his body. It was Impossible to  deceive her. She know that some-  thins was wrong. She sat on a  cushion at his feet, resting her bands  ou his ku-e^���������waiting.  Yes. I'm a bit worried, he blurted  out at last. It was uothing important, a mistake a young fool made j  twenty y���������ars ago. it will be all j  right tomorrow night, dear. 1 want {  you to go home now. You said you ���������  were diuins out, you'll be late if you i  don'!*   hurry. ~ j  Woul-'nt you rather 1 stayed with  you? she whispered.      I might helu.  Ke did n<?t re-ply, she remained seat-  sH   nr  h������s fs>f>__       He longed  for ht>r,' |  Mr. NEWLYWED wid��������� ''Hello I la tWsa  new kiadof salt we are using? It slioies  aU right, doesn't it?"  aass. NEWLYWED t������ld-"V������s, it's  WINDSOR SALT. T'-e gi-ocvr told f-.e  about it���������savd it was the ouiy iciud LU  customers would have".  Mr. NEWLYWED ������aid���������"We"."., if he !ce<-tw,  sut*.i kovk**, aa.it, 1 guess everything else  in his store imist be good, ro I would do  all my trading there, ii" I weve you".  Mn. NEWLYWED ���������aid���������"I Intend to."     59  ���������^immmmri^ximl^mmH^J*^      I  7?te - ������-*���������*������ ^Mm/ley -  J / ^-^J<%^y4W  " Jf&^feazzteMtte  It ��������� the CLEANEST. SIMPLEST, am! BEST HOME  5DYS. out can buy���������Why you. don't wen have tt>  fcnow what KIND of Cloth your Good* are- made  to go, her presence male nira ai.aia. ji     S(.nd farFr^, color c>cj, story. B"oouict, ������oj |  I Booklet AjWlua results ol liyelnflr_V";-r other color*. I  j Ti������ iOt_<sON-KlCI_lKD.So^ CO.,-imiteii. B  I Monueal. C_tsJo.  JVAAA* .A *A  jHqw ions bave  Saintsbury?  He answered the question mechani- \  rally.      For over twenty years. Then],  he felt a little warm hand folded in- j  side one of hi?.  Jim, you must  pened.  He caught his  happened���������y\i.  happen, he said rising suddenly.  Let 'Em Hustle  tell iae what's hap- j     Things political are moving so fast  I that some of the old wheel horses  breath. Nothing's j are baving hard work to keep from  Nothing's going to \ being run over.  Wfll-k.-   * iB-vm***** n m. ��������� _._mww.v.������. rt  ln^ across the roo.i and standing wit_ j Oeafnesr Cannot be Cured  hi_   ������-.<i4������L-  *-.-.  t-p'c i   ti-iii-irlAr   if  ,-inv-   D*?  local  applications,     as    they    cannot  his   hack  to  Ins.        I   wonaer   it  anj     r-aeh   lhe   diseased   portion -of   the   ear.  thing did happen to me, he continued, ; There is only one way to cure deafness,  speakiusr in a low bantering tone of : and that Is b; ��������� cbnstitutional remedies.  x-������i^-    .,''.!,.i  ..ni,  tt-fMiiH   do T  mMn i ^''a'ness is caused by an iniiamed con-  loice,  v.nat you would ao.       l mean j aiUon o[ lhe ,r.ucoua ii���������!ns 0f the Euc-  supposmg  just  for  fun,   1   turned   out i tachian   Tube.    When   tliia   lul>e   la   into be a great criminal, a thief, a mur- I f,a!T-c*-i   you   havo  a   rumbling  sound   or  fi,...^,. ������,.-r.    i-i,r.r  -.i-rti.r.i   xrmi  An   Trt���������������> ��������� ������np������rfeot heating, and when it Is entiro-  deror e\en, what *.\ouhl you do,  ins. . ,y .*j;lceed> DeMness is the result, and un-  -. i.,^   ,1.,.  ir,,i���������m,,...f......   ean  be   taken   out  normal con-  ,   . .,  - -_ ,    _- destroyed for ever;  There   was   something  reminiscent  oi ; nine cases out of ten are caused by Cut-  tbe animal    in her   expression���������of   a   arrh.  which is nothing but an  inUanu-d  ������ I.i..  i    i        ,.i       ���������������������������,;������*-   ���������M^_.D^.���������i   condition  of the mucous  surfaces,  faithful  dog   who   canuot   understand!    We wlJ1 gl7e 0ne Hundred Dollars for  and cannot question,*'ls only conscious | any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)  of one thing, love and devotion ^  master���������-the   master who  is  its  god, F. o. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.  one who can do no wrong. I     Sold by Druggists, 75c.  i      i>   ..   j      ��������� . ���������vi������������������    ..*,_   ������������������;,,   !     Take Hall's Family  Pills for constipa-  l   shouldn t  do  anything, she   sasd, [ tion.  after a moment's silence.'    What was ________���������������   it Ruth said to Naomi: Intreat me not j Jsual  Ratio  to leave tboe���������for whither thou goest ��������� you buy a pint of chestnuts  All   toothsome from the wood.  OrVe   Butler   and   Five   Yeomen- Take j  Care of the Silver and China ���������  The pantres ai* Buckiii-ham Palace j  consist of three large rooms on the j  ground floor, opposite the kitchenB. |  In'one Is kept the silver in daily use, j  in.another the china, and in the third',  the-plassware is stored.^ I  The three pantries'are in charge of j  an< official kn---wh as the pantry butler, il  ', who hns  fivo assistants, termed yeo-! g  men.    ' . . ���������     ti.|  The duty o the pantry butler, is to.'! B  give out th ? silver, china and glass ��������� 1  reisuirod daPy for the royal tables and ��������� j  for aiternoo.i tea; the pantry hutlerl*  has also to tee that all he gives out  Is returned  to hin*  alter each  nienl.  The silver i\antry is Hned with mahogany glass framed cases, containing  thousands oi pounds' worth'of silver  plate. In one ease -there aro two  silver dinner services, containing several thoiis*nud8 pieces of plate. There  are six hundred plates of various sizes  several hundred silver dishes, hundreds of silver spoons and forks, and  a most valuable collection of old silver  drinking mugs. Two at the latter  were in the possession of Queen Elisabeth and f.re reputed  to be  worth  S>.l)jr'.i'i"*.  In .'inothor case nre four silver tea  service's, ono of which war. a gift to  Queen Mary from the German empress  and is generally used at afternoon tea.  which is served in the queen's private  boudoir.  Overnight ihe pantry butler makes  out the list of. silver, china and glass  that wiii bo required in the royal dining room fo;* breakfast, luncheon and  dinner the following day. and his assistants put out on the tables In each  ���������pantry the required articles of table  service which are taken to the kitchen a:ul dining room after being inspected by the pantry butler.  Tho bulk f the royal plate ls kept  at Buckingham Palace, so when ths  court moves, a large quantity of it. has  to he taken to Windsor. JBaimoral, or  wherever their majesties may go.  The pantry butler Is responsible for  the packing of the plate, and it is always conveyed from one royal residence to another in his charge. The  plate is packed in steel lined boxes  tnaiie of ouk, with Iron bands. In  the center of the cover of each are  the letters "G.R,." surmounted by o  Crown. No china or glass has to be  moved from Buckingham Palace, as  a very large quantity of china or glass  is kept in stock at all the royal residences.  "The pantry butler is absolutely lord  cf his pantries, and none of the servants, with the exception of the pantry  s yeomen, is allowed    to    enter    them  without the mtler's permission.  All the glassware used at the royal  residence is of modern make, most of  which noAv m use being purchased by  the late king.  8    Yo  I    ���������**���������*������������������  Ti  O submit to a headache Is to waste energy, time and comfort.  To stop ii at once simpiy take  NA-_>I_tJ-C0 He������_U_.���������-&e Wafers  Your Druggist will confirm our statement that they do not contain  anything that .can harm heart or nervous system;     25c. a box.  NATIONAL DRUG* AND CKEMICA*. CO. OF CANADA. LIMITEW.   124  SHIP  YOUR   GRAIN   TO  PETEK; JANSEN  COMPANY  CrstR  Cernmlsslof:  Merchants  minke  Bllln   _:tulns  read:   aVort  Co..   vfinniftfis.  Liberal   Advai-.ecs  ea^iaHnMmwM  Arthur  ������r  Fc."."t  William.  Prompt  Peturna  "vyinnipe*3i  MartitoiM  Notify  Peter  Janfte������  Best  Grade*..  More About  Loading: Platform  The present generation oi Western faroie?: will never Know t*o������  difficulties an 1 vexation!* experienced by t:je!r predecessors in tn*  earlier years "Mien no- one eovld get a carload of   irrain'' shipped    la  ..-..it    A4\*44%      CAlfDpi.  MJ .  iU4Al4JH_     41.  She did not move herTiosltion, she i Jess the lnnutnmauon can b  ���������.,* u.- m.^ -..1.-.-V- /-.l^oiT- tt'-iri-'n'tw "niin    ' an" this tube restored to its  sat b>  the euipor _ chair w.itca.Aiii niui^ , (iition< hearing will be destroy  I will go; and where thou lodgest 1  will lodge; thy people shall be my  people, and thy God, my God. Where  thou diest, will 1 d[e, and there will  I be burled; the Lord do so to me and  more uIbo if ought but death part me  and  thee.  Francks fold ed. his arms across his  breast, his ,*,ody" trembled. I wish  you were lilte other women.  Iris smiled.    All women    are    like  that, dear.      Aro you a gvoat criminal, a great thief.       She    shook    her  head.       I     r.'hould    only     know    one  i thing, that you woro Just my man, my  i king.      .Vow will you tell me?  ThM'O'B nothing to tell, he said  I hoarsely, and you musn't question me.  I That tool .Saintsbury came here dig-  ! gins up something from tho past  '��������� whioh ��������� bad forgotten, a silly yoiuh-  . ful indiecretlou. But. It's all right,  ! I'll see him tomorrow and settle with  i him.     1-1 o turned und took her almost  Minard's  Liniment   Cures  Cows  Garget   in  W/yu>  If fates arc kind perhaps you find  That two or three are good.  roughly   in  ���������vis     arms.  Good     night.  Sores Heai Quickly.���������Have you a  persistent sore that refuses to heal?  Then try Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil  in tho dressing. It will stop sloughing, carry away the proud flesh, draw  out the pu^ and prepare a clean way  for tlie new skin. It is the recognizer hoaler among oils nnd myriads  of people can certify that it healed  where other oils failed utterly.  Snappers up of unconsidered trifles  nre warned off tho three new volcanic  islands recently thrown up Rixty miles  southwest ;*"' Robinson Crusoe's old  homo.  Mlnard'o Liniment Cures Dlstempor  How Careless  Jlmmlo Bvltt, not tho pugilist, but  the circus man. tells a story illustrating how soft, hearted and sympathetic  uomo of the ringmasters are when the  acrobats eot hurt. Tho heroine of  the story was a girl who did the four-  horse act, tho six-horse act, tlio trapeze, nnd the flying har, for all of which  Ulifi. O. A. HEL-Y XXD CHILD  Uses Only Cuticura  Soap for Prize Baby  "I hav*  alvrayrt  \u.c<\  Cuticura  tl&Sfi ftnd r\r> nth**-* for ir.v !>������������������''.���������". firvl  ho luu* nnvnr hud a ho--v of any kind.  Ho dc*.- not /"-vm iha/������* an cno.it bft-  liled flu. I Nv'l that,a i.i -JI owlart  to <*iulr*4iirft Hoap for b������ in uno and  liealthy, and whon flvi- inonthn old  **������or������ a prizo in u bn'oy oGntnit. It  nuiUea my lnuui, juhu to uu Into no  many bonutt unrl nvi a nwiwt faced  baby wltli thi*i \;ln������li������ Ujj> ot it-* head  a KOild inafVi ot nourf, vJi\������c*i by t,h*i  two of poor ������ua|j. 1 ulwuyn nxKini-  iriMid < Vui'vura. nnd nln'*' timt'K out  * . . ������ ���������. . i.~. .    1  .. .v . V...   .... ������!,.������������*  uhouiiVH * Oh! I nm no (dud you lold  nui of Ciitiiuiu.' " (MinrKi-l) Urn.  <i. A. hi'lnv, itmiondrj l,i,ui,,y.t.i.(.  Allliounn riiii-tirn Hima to ������<'l<1 h������* ^n������-  Ki*t������ rnirt il������il������r������ #v������rv,*H������r������. m immUI k>  ���������"I'wlU'.if'i." IXtil. IM. lM44iU.n. U.r������ A . will  xm*...f   f   111./nl   ���������������   it.lr    Wlir,   *i2.p.   LAiKlk wl,  ���������������������   (Ml* Ml   BA.Ua,    l������.~i4   >���������*!.   U4.U,  W.   N.   U.   023  j dear.  She clung closely to him. Nothing  can ever rob me of you, Jim, not  even this youthful IndlHcrotlon. She  tried to speak lljrhtly, but failed.  Nothing, he said firmly, looking 4nto  her eyes.       Nothing but. death. .  ,        She did not any another word. Sho 6' ,vr'^f^0? ;.he ������r,nce,y remuneration  , ... ,    , i  , x     .     ..       nl       ,411.1V      rlr.   1I1Y.U      ft       \XMW-ttr  had asked .>im and he would not. loll  her. He accompanied her down  in  ihe lift   uul  saw her Into the car ��������� iji"'',,'?"{., .."ii? '?,-YV."'J \'iV"::::i",",  "',"  de Fomalgn.-. -uu    beald'    his    ulster. ' tiU   b(UW nmi   Uu' vll,ow*      T,l������ ''������������������������������  hnddli'il up. a queer shapelons figure.  Ho waa below the average height, his |  body   was  oroolwd,  hla   eyes   set   far j   ,  ._...  i  of   forty   do'.larH   a   week  Ono day hIip fell forty feet from tlw  trapeze and landing precipitately nnd  "he taiory cf the Mountain  beautiful, .is ' the life of the  woods and mountains! It has been  well said that a mountain is a mystery, especially if it be forest covered. What deep ravines and beetling  crags titles it not conceal, what rushing streams; and in the foothills are  deep, silent pools, where grow the  loveliest flowers, and where the deer  come to drink, and sometimes a bear!  On Passaconaway may be seen in the  early summer that most beautiful of  small wild flowers, the Mltchella; th������e  petals are white at the outer edge,  but toward *he centre most delicately  tinted; The*,* cover the ground like  a carpet, creeping among the ferns and  mosses and the rich humus made of  the fallen leaves of centuries. Then  there is the Linnaea horealls, the favorite flower of the great ��������� naturalist  Linnaeus, clinging to the moss with  a complexion like a milkmaid; and oh!  she is very, very sweet arid agreeable. And you can find the cheker-  berry, the partridge berry, and the  Ttldian pipe and the purple brunella,  wild asters, and a host of other  flowers.  Most glonous are the woods and  mountains in tho clear days of late  -September, when there has been a  frost at nljrht, just enough to show  that the color fairies havo been at  work; then dark hemlock and white1  crag serve hdt. to euhuneo the rich coloring. You may walk or drive for  miles amid '.he moat gorgeous colors  In the most bracing air, and under the  bluest skies, and see the granite peak  of Chocorua glistening hi the sunlight. It. t* hard to say when the  mountain}* ind woods are most, beautiful at. all seasons, even amid the  winter's snows whon snow shoeing  and sleighing you go over the old  routes once more, wilh the tempera-j  t.uro below v.oro and tho bright huh  overhead.���������II. Alexander FuhboII In  the TlieoBot'hii'Ul Truth.  Counties*"' hovp been the cures worked hy 1-lollowny'n Corn I'iuti*. II has  a power of .is own not found In other  preparation**!.  ^ ^ l lAt? 6^ 01.CAA4 AlAA.WC-iS  the majority of farmers to sell t'*"plr grain to the elevator owners  st arbitrary prices, and oft tim������s to submit to i;pavy .dockage and  other annoyances, causing continual dissati*-.fa<'-tion. Now, however,  the distribution of ears as fixed by tha Grain Act. and the.;��������� use Of. tha  .loading-platform, provide facilities which enable tho farmer to-secure  satisfactory net-.tmant in the d-*.osa! of his'grain, and the highest  market prices a,t time of sale. "ilvery"farmer therefore, should mora  and more enaeavor to use thi* loading platform It shlppine his gTain  to the terminal elevators? It !r the safeguard of the farmers' tree*;  dem in disposing of hia grain to ihe best advantatre for himself. Ii  farmers refrain from usin-z the londin*? pifitfcm freely. It might re*  eult in Its heiag don? away with,'because' ra'lwa? compatttes and  elevator ownors are strongly opposp;1. to it. It ''-���������'easy to understand  why elevator pfopla desire the loading; platform aboiish-fi. Thr faH*  wnyjjeoole on their part say it'.dflrys the' liadiniT of ears and helps t������  en so'*''-> r**1* fino'-ta ������������������*���������?. Tb's we "kn-iw n he r et* sense. becauBPttre*  ouently after cars ara loaded, whether w'lh cratn. rioal. lumber, or  other merchandise, they are sld'tracked for days an- even week*  InRteafl of bo'nsc promptly mnvpfl forward to d^itinrtfnn. Tt is engine  shorts ts*** -*���������"*.������������������* shorts 'v* ���������?���������* t?t'Wfn*z*iT\T -'ra*-**! nren that mo?tiy eaus??  praln blockaiet-* on railways and .���������not.-looTc of cars,. T4������*-t.every farmer  +he**i������fore. do all h*-> can to u������*e th->Yond-nt-* olat'orci; and b*������eom*������ an Independent ehltper. In subse-f-jsnt advertlsewtnti-i w*������ will atat*������ In  detail th*> e-avines a-ad oth������>'r "9'lra.ntare** of direct loading Into ������*������!���������������  comparpii -vlth loading through - elevator a.  We handle the farmers gratn strictly on r-iTAniisslon. make liberal  advances on car bills of ladlhg? auijisrvis������ th*s grading at time cars  are inspected, secure tT.e highest prices at tim^ oi sale and mako*  prompt re?.a.*-i*9 when sold. Wrltous for sh'pping instructions and  m������������*vpt information.  Thompson Sons & Company  GRAIN COMMmiON MERCHANTS  I    701-703 Y. GRAIN EXCHANGE? WINNIPEG, CANA&A.,  g,      -    - ->,..���������_,,,,,,������������������ ^ir-i.^g^gBgsa   ...ii'..'.'"���������"".. " " '" ''.'!",.  WW* SCMil������  A? A_I&%J1%&& ^  A   glove   for  any   oecasiou  in every shade,  length,  style.  .i^t:Al7r'e':  ' "'������   "  I  ���������I   \1  j apart; ahov" them rmepr ragged eye-  I hrovH. The oyer, thotnsolveti were  ! generally veiled hy long black liinhea;  | hut ������oriH>'|i'������i'K when donna nt nud uu-  I do\ olopt'd I'.niotlotiii ntirr"d  hltn, Ihey  ;;;-.��������� ,.    ;;.:',���������   :i rul   hT!;*h'-   I'.Ud   "' mil)���������������������������������'IV  Int-'lllueut, '���������ontrudicliug the n������nal ev  master ran np and sympathized as foi  lows,   with   '.'ortitln   profane   rnmnrkH  which uro h.n*o excluded;  What In thunder do you mean by  falling out of that trapeze? I'm ���������*  won of a go.i If uomo nf your ginks  don't try lo put ������ crimp Into (bis slunv  evuvy time wo lift tho 1ont!  E^ODEL 1012     20 CUACE     TAKE-DOWN  J Hammerless Repeating Shotgun  yThc lightest, strongest and handsomest repeating shotgun made. It welghn  only 5?j? pounds, yet, all metal parts being made throughout of Nickel  Steel, It has wonderful strength. In grace of outline and refinement of  detail and finish, It is unapproached by repeating* guns of other makes.  It ir. exceedingly simple lo luuu, uuiomu and tuko down, ������and u'n.ootu  with  the strength  and accuracy for which Winchester guna are noted.  At. your dxaltr t* there yew ant, tr ttmJtt WinehtU.r Reflating Arm*  Co., jV#u������ Havn, Conn., for hundfomt, Itluitrmtid circular 4������xcribi���������t it  A 20 GUAGE GUN FROM BUTTTO MUZZLE.  I  '.-!. !  procslon or l'i:ar and cunnin������ whli-'.i  hiK face generally  horo.  Sorry t.'������ havo kepi, ym, wall lug ho  lor;)*, Uoiibcii, Iri-" Hiild, liul .Mm niwl I  won't hco un������������ iiiiollie!* again iuiHI \ve  nu'i't  lu the chnreb, '  1  wli.l) ynti'd  never tn'i- <iiu������ ninilhcr  \mmtt mmm *mrn.x \ l^tl  lll'llill,     111'  lanj'hi'd.  nod,  And  \v\*      fl lipped  then  IK'J*  the   world,   i1"'  i ���������.- ],'(>''.- r,   irt'i  li.vi-ii Iilm.      H:  .-In.  iiniltM nlo'jil.  il  ,n  I,,.  ,.  only   ei'irupaiilon  ��������� I... niily oreai ii" <���������  ;!  u-(ii-,l:i huvi   Ipm*  ���������"   l  arm ���������  ��������� I in ,  siit'e |  '.vltd !  , tun |  i  *rtM,r4i!f~'<sV.mi *<���������  ....  HANDS  WSiifiijiiJS?,  1m-   CillllllMliWl )  'Wmt ANiTflGIH  r  I'in.   I'oi i      f   l.oi'rinii   All! li ������rliv  HWIlllll'll     Itl'l-i"     M.'ll.t*       ,t.l>     .������li    ll  wi, tn tlio  rii"i<  of  ili������*  pnlli'i' nml  iii'j>;ir'iii"ii'   ".'hi'   ri'iiiiiiiii'd   li������5iil  I,.j.    (I;,.    <]i.r\r    r'fl)'".  Iiuh J  linn- ,  lire '  llll I- I  I  c'i'u.'*, i.M.-?7,.T        V'*������W1_  , A414    M      ��������� 4,14  nw-k'tltwti'iti'Wi tiwil ynu with ������ r&*���������**������ liwtUtl������*������  ������*���������",������> |������ lit* OUIt4i:4AI. anil ������������Kf*'l W.VI.'H  ClMrfAMEtt.    Will -raawev* *#*������������* ������H������������ #������������l������*  Medical Women In Germany  It In stat"'. that there are now 17G  <|iiulllled ni'Ml'i'iil wiiiikmi hi Clitrniiuiy.  They are distributed In the cltlen of  Oftrnmny an followu: IJcrlln, HO; Mnn-  lfii, 7: Fronkfopt on tho Main; 5; Hamburg, .1; llilMfioldorf, Hrealan, Karl*  !-ru!io, Held ..'iberg/and Ttiirt F.lfltor.  each 2; while u niiinher of other  plneoH hav,e one each. Mont of the  women <l<u***nrH In Gtsrmuny pnietine  :tsH .-ipeotallH'1:, cfipoelully In dl.'ieti'icu or  .V'-iTju-n at'.d '-hlhl'-en . Duri'it': (ho hv-t  lew yearn, according to the Hrlllsh  ModU'.'il Journal, I lie ohniifos of modi-  f'/tl wnnuui have Ht.oadlly h<:Como mora  favorable In flemiiniy. They often  liMcuro   poHlu   lu   hoHpllulM,   innt.ltiitoa,  illl'l   UHjilUHS.  Georae Ade Hears a  Tahie  Give Enuland Siberian Climate  flroat Britain Ib taking HcrloiiBly  the fanciful schem %t Mr. Darker a  Brooklyn Inventor, to deflect tlio dulf  Htvenm by n. breakwater off tho count  of Newfoundland. Newspapers aro  asking what the British government  Ih going to  lo about It.  Thoro eftii be no doubt, nays the  London Mvenlttf*; Prow- thnt serlouH  trouble will follow any attompt to  *oh uh or what little comfort. romnliiB  In out wretched climate.  It Is true lOngland'H Iorh will he a  en In to a r>nrt or Iho British fOmplro.  for Canada will get Iho benefit ot a  change ln (he Atlantic currents, but  thnt Ih small comfort lo Britons who  will have to clioosn bntweon a Slbor-  !nn  climate and emigration.  The plan which would cont about  $'200,000,000 '(������ fo build a breakwater  l!00 mlW'tt lo'li" on the onstern couhI,  thud (leflocl.lng the Icy currenta from '  Labrador. The Gulf utroam would  thou he free to run north, conferrlm**  "Thv Mothar of Flnows," a rid  r ������e  How oft an orator must go  Boforo the heedless throng  And sprain his vocal cord a to allow  Ills mind Is clear and strong 1  How oft In handshakes muat ho twiBt  15 iu iiiiiMuiuu i.iil iiii.-y  bluri  And prove by toughnoBn of tho wrlflt  His tondornoHH of heart 1  An Irlnbmiii. ftannlng n shop where w  notice was displayed saying that everything was (told by tho yurd, thought  he wonld play a Joko on tho Blion-  koopoi', ho be entered the ahop and  asked for a yard of; milk. Thonhop-  man, not. lu tha least taken aback dip-  pod hl������ flngi-r In n bowl of milli untf  drew a line u yard long on tho oouii'  tor. 1'at, not wishing to be caught  In his own trap, asked the price.  Sixpence, .mUl  the uhopimui.  All right, sorr. said Putt. Iloll It  up;  I'll tako It.  MK������*VMIIMMMIMWiM  upon  I Innt climate Hkethat of Pniiice.  .... "7,"Ttiti    *n    \ti"' ���������"���������.! "titi.ti i . ,., 'cold current would then turn nont.1) md    4    ."I    . ���������'......,...        I',...      I.l,.       I'..1.1..,,       |���������     |  iliiiig, met a fi'l'iiul In Mif Hii'iM-t, who!  ill*  '(���������iinioon.    ,'(b'iu'got    nnd     ace    t'Ma ' "l"*  U'.itdiltu'Jon  Meanwhile Kngland haa the ohoi:r-  flll   proMpiiei.  Ol   't*.'iiiii'.  it   i.iiiiiiiiin   ii\ ���������,  Labrador,  which  Ih in tho Bame I i������.I-  I   liilllUlli'l  '.IOC  cMin.      It'a ii peach .  It's*  Il'a |iiTM*rmiui<i' a.uuliiat  Another       rellow'w    r*lnler      itlwaya  ���������,i.<u'o will l.c i-i' iliilnhi'ii nn Hirrwork ! Hooina nicer i.o a young man than hlu  I'll'  .liu'l*   l-'to'it   lu  a  Ui'iiiM'ia   peuclj  O!'-    *,NV"'   "",  ���������"'" nln.-.-;  m-l .  I'lllllll. . "*' "   '  I     Tlutt,  nahl  A he,  wiihoui   iiukltig a       l-'n I luu* ��������� Po you know what happen*',  | .Millie,  Houndn  lo  uu* dlr-'lni'lly  like a   to  ll������ri������  when  they  die?  | r.ih|������. in HlntiM. j     .Tehuny Ven. fllr; tbey lie still.  Bevel   l-Iood ��������� *  U the direct and inevitable result of  irregular or comtttiijati-d bowel*, and  clociicd-np kidn������y*i and ������kln. Tho  tnuligeited food*and other* w^nte matter which i������ allowed to accumulate  poii-ona the blood and tlie whole  ���������yntcm. Dr, Mnnw*'������Inrlinn Hoot Pllla  act directly on the bowcln, ri-i-ulatiiin;  them���������on the kidney*, givti-jK them  rami nndtu-rent'-lhtopron-'rly filter th**  blood���������-and on the ������kln, ojpealfifi; u*������ .  m*r*m     m****  *. *i* <������V*      ('MtiV     WOUVV    ���������������**���������*������*    ^WVV  IK-lhll  tiilf*'  _T^_ **m       H���������i-i ���������f/'te tBm j^m _^ti   __i 4fll  fttdHan Root Pilli*  J]  i  Vm  IB  til  -������������������:?_  i  _l^.*_j.'**'**^!"^.'*i_t.''.*  j i mmm MmmiMim >m*u*.i*nMmai.m  '.'���������'���������'!''I#'������I'JI:L'!IIJLI'^!_''!!!*-J!'M  illlllllllilllMlliP^llllilllMllllllill^lllllllllllllll^ THE    CRESTON    REVIEW.    GRESTON, ��������� B>C.  ['  ,  ire  X    .  f* .m.  .   3 J_k*������'  A-i.   -J-Ji  " *,m*nm  -   *v=^^'^_s������5"^!^���������v*a_3_sa'___?s^  \  Aro your hands  chapped,  cracked  or aore?    Have  you  "cold cracks**  which open and bleed when the skin  is drawn ti������**-ht?   Have  you   a  cold  sore, frost bite, chilblains, or a "raw"  place, which at titt-ioa- makes It agony  \ for you to go about your household  duties ? If oo, Zam-BuU -will give you  ] raiet", and will heal tho iroat-dama-jed  i el-.In.   'Anoint xhq sore places st night, e  ���������Zan-i.-Suit's rich healing essences will  sink into the wounds, end the smart-,  ing, and will heal q_ickly,  Mrs. Yellen, of Portland, says: "My  ham's were oo sore and cracked that it  waa ug'juy to put them near water.  When I did so they would Binarfc and  bum _s if i had sckiuea thoiu. i sewrnsd  quite uuuble to get relief from anything  * put' en them until I triaM Zan*>J-h*.-,  ana it) auocos-ed whon all elae had  failed. It clo-.ied the big eraolia, gave  w������ ease, soothed the inflammatioT., and  -><l a. vory abort time healed u>y uimaOo.'  gam-Bilk <tI>o cure, chafing, rtsskst, vinUY-  eeuma, pitts, uteers, fettering eoret, tor* ft������u/*  and hades, atixcetut*, pimples, ring-isorm, mta..  cutt, burns, bruises,  ncauit,  sprains.   Of all  ���������   irnggUts and stores, or jxi't free from the .Tsui-  ���������_,!-<*-      aimmm������.tn PmiM Mil ��������� IlQ_  Excursions- to  Easter*-   Canada    V-a  Canadian Northern Railway  0hns!**1ii*,2 fust nT)*jro3ch&s, bringing  with it the thought of the folks back  home, and the wish to be with them  once again, to sha**e In their Yuletide  celebrations lt may have been only  last year since one returned, but still  th- miser-tic Influence of the old familiar hearth .'s making Itself felt in a  way that *vlil not he suppressed.   '  Every Opportunity  Whether fi bo a trip to"*-the East,  South, or a:;y othor portion or the  globe, every opportunity is at hand  and open to all. As the weeks roll  by new lines are being opened up all  through the West. Settlors living  in new towns, situated in outlaying  districts hitherto beyond the pale of  railroad development, suddenly awake  I and find within-their grasp the trans-  nortatlon facilities, for which in many  instances, they have been awaiting for  years. The golden opportunity has  arrived.  Today the Canadian Northern announces its twenty-second annual reduced excursion ��������� rates to the East,  tickets to be on salo from Dec. 1 to  31 and good for return for throe  months. Extension prlvilegos will  bo nl'owed at the end of this period  it required, and stop-overs are permitted at most points en route.  . .  Besides the offering of extraordinary cheap rates, the Canadian Northern ls able io add another Inducement to the intending traveller In the  way of a cuoice of routes. These  1 are as follows: Through Winnipeg���������  through Port Arthur���������by way of Duluth and Chicago���������or lastly via St.  Paul and Chtbago. To the old seasoned travellers probably either of the  routes through the United States \yill  appear the most fascinating. To those  intending to go this way. it may be  UUCUi  _ &a  ��������� . A iVirmiiirj-, lady tia������ been cured of  gall-stones after buffering trom that  painful complaint for twit'*' years. She  had taken many treatments and many  remedies but ea-ch and all proved failures, until shf took SANQL, th������*> already  well-known remedy for Gall-stones, Kitl-  noy-stones. Gravel, Kidney trouble. Lumbago and other diseases vcaua^d by uric  acid In the system. It was a great  victory tor SANOL. So grateful v.'us  this lady that she sent a great number  ot her frIendH to us to be treated and  In every one of these cases the results  have  been  most satisfactory.  We are willing and anxious, to supply  tne name of this well-known ladyv We  have also records of cures ln every town  and locality ln Canada and we would be  nole .to refer you to tome of your nelgl--  bors   for   an   opinion  on   SANOi..  This remedy is manufactured only by  the SANOL MANUFACTURING COMPANY OP CAN.ADA, LTD.. 977 Main  street. Winnipeg. For sale by most  leading- diutreists or direct from the  maktis at J1.60 per bottle.  Plea tor Women Police  SaB. Antoiuo (Texas)'���������Sis of the  wealthiest and most influential women  of this city, leaders in society, philanthropic WJrk as.il women's **- clubs,  have petitioned the mayor and city  council Reminding that women be  placed on *he San Antonio police  force.  The petitioners -not -only demand  that women be numbered among the  coppers, but they aiso have picked oui  beats for the proposed new police  women.  In setting forth their reasons for desiring wonv-i police, the petitioners  declare, such a departure in police affairs ia necssary in the interest of  public morals and for the prevention  of crime against the youth of both  sexes.  The signe������- of the petition further  aver that the demand is made after  a careful study of existing conditions  and observations of the necessity of  women on the force.  Although the names of only six of  the foremes* women ot San A-tonlo  appear on the petition sent to the  mayor and city council, the women  themselves say they could get 10,000  signers if necessary.  ���������iii-iccrf!  jllLUOLUJI  S    z\ Sa    m Vkmm tm m m m m m    m at ���������_*  ji.vi.r.17?nL8_L   !!!!!!!!!!!|i|ii|!'iiiiil|li  I--Jaal^^^^^^iiJ-" 1  PLEASES*-* -i  B-  Bas fee*  "S-fej? __v111115 <   g|  ���������III ���������**���������_���������_ 8-     .  mlii3 -5 _��������������� 1  lis il3-.}j  '^m^'^^n^MMiJr.^i Fill  P^p_---_A^_i__g|liliii,,^.,5~M.f   ������*������  ril.JI  III I'!.!.-  ill  MOST PERFECT MADE  __?__^-J-i^[_  1111111*  j.iiiiiiilUf  iiiiiiimiiii  STH-M &&W* R HI  i  THE 'ALBERTA' HOTEL!  71S MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  A tew doors south of C.P.K. Depot  naves vi.au io mZ.OO p������=~ G->  Guis.'.���������   iineveeHaiS  Hat and cold wcter In every raora  Matel    practically    FI rap roof  Al������ Outslde'T-toems  interesting i.o-lcn6w there is no trouble  to be expected with the United States  Customs, as baerga*-ce is sent through  without examination.  The Cana-Itan Northern is also offering a considerably lower rate to the  OU Country and Europe, which will  show a great difference between that  and tbe ordinary fare. Tickets are  good  for five  months' limit and  will  j be on sale from Nov. 10.  The company has a great reputation  for its dininsr ear service, working on  the plan of pay only for what one orders, and has recently received a num-  beer of new diners of tlie latest pattern. The Canadian Northern also  announces very . low excursion fares  for the month of December to the  Central States, to such points as Duluth. St. Paul, Chicago, Sioux City.  Des Moines and Omaha, so that many  lonely hom->steadmg bachelors from  Lhe States will have tbe opportunity  of" spending" Christmas aud three  months at home.  EDUCATION PAYS  L00K about you and see how trained  brains win better salaries than trained muscles. We train young men  end women to use their brains in business. They succeed. Why not  you? We invite you to write for a  copy of our curriculum if you want a  good training for a business office Or  wish to beconie a competent telegraph  operator. Write W. H. Shaw,.President? Shaw's Schools. Toronto. Canada.  When baby    ls    ill���������when    he    is  Another Verdict on New York  Soon after George Ade had put on  his play "The Bad Samaritan," and  had It swept off the boards by the condemnation of the critics and the disapproval of the thcatrcgoing public,  he hurled himself into a sleeping car  and beat It back    fo his home in In-  troubled with constipation, colic, diana. As ho stepped off the train  worms or cold; when his* teeth?are one of his old farmer friends remark-  bothering him of when he is restless   ed:  __S  ill  Ask your Clothier to show you j  SfifPRO'S SOilil  BBAN00L3THE8  No others as good  Western Manufacture  Our; west is pound to be a-great  maiiufaetur'ng field.' . Iu the flrf-t'  place there4 Is the certainty of s^n  enormous ^consumptive demand of the  very best class there. The population is increasing rapidly, the production of the land is also increasing,  and the people have the means to  sustain a large per capital fdemand  for manufactured goods. .In the second place the west has water;; power  and coal, and its means of transportation ehlarg-rd so that raw material  from any source can be delivered at  the factories. When the Panama  canal comes Into use Canada's western market will be brought within  the range oi! British' manufacturers*  competition, and as the manufacturers of the western states are always  to he rpoknupd with there. Canadian  manufacture's will require to be very  alert to rae?t the conditions.  and cross and does not sleep? well  give him 'Baby's''. Own ...Tablets;. .'.''.-���������They  are the mothtr's greatest aid iu keeping her little ones well���������thousands of  mothers give their babies no other  medicine because they knew the Tablets to be aibaolutelyvsafe. They'are  guaranteed by a government analyst  to be free from opiates and other  harmful drugs found in so-called  "soothing" mixtures? The Tablets  are sold by medicine dealers or by  jnail at 25 cents a box from The Dr.  "Williams" Medicine Co., -irockville,  Ont.  George, I hear that your play failed  in New York*, tiy-ti , ��������� ������������������;. ���������'  j. es. Saw Aire pleasantly. It failed,  ahu I guess it must have been pretty  bad.-., ' ���������   ���������'���������'   Y"'  That may be true, said the. farmer,  but what I don't understand is how  in thunder New York ever found it  out. ..'"..'���������  A Girl's Letter  Page One, of course, ia just Fsg*  One,  That fact 'z very plain  Page Two you see  Is numbered Three  Which greatly jars your brain.  Page Three vou find, is really Four  Page Pour Is Six, that's flat.  What of Page Five?  Why,, sakes alive;  You never do find that.  THE JOHN INGLiS CO.. Limited  Engineers and Boilermakers  Boilers    of    all ������������������   kinds--Engine*,  Pumpo. and Heavy Plaia Work  Write us for Prices  14 Str.3Ct.an Ave., Toroiito, C������r*B*J*5  :l  BROKEN       CYLINDERS       AND  ALUMINUM CRANK CASES*  and all Metals, welded to perfection  by the Oxy-Acetyleno Prpceaa  THE   HUB  WELDING  CO.,  Rear of 263 Sherbrooko Street,  Winnipeg  A Revelation to the Unsuspecting  ' The horo of this story Is a famous  dramatic author. Tho plays ho haB  written haye electrified thousands of  -people, and he has' mastered the art  of making tnon and women laugh or  cry at his own Bwoot will.  On one occasion a friend of his  found him at hla desk working on a  new drama.  So you are writing a.now play? asked tho friend.  In reply the author contoaaed his  *ln.  No, ho aula, I am Just romomborlng  ono from all thoao I have aeon produced.     It's cuslor.  flfllT DI  llllll  --_ ���������  SO DREADFUL WAS THE-SUFFER-  ���������"  ING   FROM   ITCHING   PILES  After Twenty Years of  Pile Torture  Relief and Cure Came With  DR, CHASE'S OINTMENT  You take ro risk and you make no  experiment when you U8e Dr. \Chase's  Ointment  for  plies.      Many  doctors  Btlll cling to The Idea that nothing but'  an ooeration will effect a cure.    But  operations are expensive and dangerous, and often fall in their results.  Some have been cured by Dr. Chase's  Olntnient after operations had failed.  DrY Chase's Ointment truly has a  wonderful record as a cure for piles  ahd all itch'.ng skin diseases.    Here  is a case which was reported recent-*  ?ly:-r- :. ..?.���������.���������       . -ti ' .   ..;.:��������� y.ti     ?.';?  Mr.  John P-. *. Marshall,. 14 Barnes  road, St. John's, Nfld., writes:���������"For  upwards of twenty years I was troubled terribly with   itching   piles;    at  times so'bad' that I was obliged to lay  up, unable to attend to, business.  "I tried many treatments without  benefit, until I accidentally read of  Dr. Chase's Ointment, and found at  laBt a cure by using this ointment. I  only used one box and part, of a second one when I waa completely cured,  and have had no return of the piles.  That waa eighteen months ago, and  needless to say. I attribute this cure  to Dr. Clmso'.a Invaluable Ointment."  Many sufferers from piles have tried  so many scores oi treatments that  , they cannot believe that cure is possible. In order to convince the skeptical wo are always willing to send a  sample box free to anyono who encloses a two-cent stamp to pay postage.  Dr. Chase's Ointment, COc. a box, ot  all dealers, or Wdmanson, Bates &  Co.. Limited, Toronto.  Worms in children, if they he not  attended to, cause convulsions, and  often death. Mother Graves'. Worm  Exterminator will protect the children  from these distressing afflictions.  Ardent Suitor���������I lay my fortune at  your feet.  Fair Lady���������Your fortune! I didn't  know you had one.  Ardent Suitor���������Well, it isn't much  of a fortune, but it will look large  beside those tiny feet.  To Keep Screens Frop-- Rusting  Before putting facreens avay for the  winter, give them a coat of kerosene.  This will keep them from rustihg. If-  they are treated, in the ''same manner  before being put up for-the summer.  yon 'will ha v.������ no trouble 'With i mosquitoes, as Yhis keeps away the tiny  young insects/ which are able to crawl  in between the open ^spaces in the  screens.  y  Dear Friends  Bell���������That man over there is staring straight at'my'nose.  Nell���������Probably he's a reporter.  Beii���������And why should a reporter  stare at my nose?  Nell���������Reporters are. supposed to  keep their eyes on everything that  turns, up, aren't they? v-  A Resourceful Scot  A Scottish tourist walking about  the streets in Paris, some distance  from the hotel, found he had taken a  wrong tur_r..g, aud to make things  worse, he coaldn't through ingorance  of the language ask the way.  Then a happy thought struck him.  By dint of ^gnu he concluded a bargain with a fruit hawker for a basket full of gooseberries, and then, to  the amazement of everybody, went  about shouting:  Fine Scotch grossets! A penny a  pun":  This went on for a while, till a fellow countryman rushed forward and  asked:  Man d'ye think ye're in the  streets of Glasca, that gang about  like  a   madman   crying  grossets?  Ech! replied the hawker with a  sense of relief, ye're just the man  I was looking for. ' D'ye ken the  way to the ������������������hotel?     .���������.,..-,.  Y A Periodica! Tippler  A doctor's patient in Excelsior  Springs the other day was answering  tho usual list of queries prior to entering uponi course of treatment.  Are you steady, or a periodical  drinker? asked the.physician.  Periodical, was the reply.  How long between periods?  The poor fellow studied a moment;  that he might answer correctly, and  ���������repiied:"- :Y'";:'";  ���������:  :-."'���������.-.??-..   '.?'���������?  About twenty minutes.     Y '  m um m"  Well Trained  Hub (angrily)���������What I More money? When I'm dead you'll probably  h&ve to beg for all the money you  get.  Wife (calmly)���������Well, I'll be better  off than some poor woiueu who neve?  had any practice.  The Proven .Asthma Remedy.  Since asthma existed there has been  no lack of much heralded remedies,  but they have proved short lived and  worthless. The ever-growing reputation of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy has given it a place in the  field of medicine which no other can  approach. It has never^been pushed  by sensational methods, but has simply gone on effecting relief and making new converts.  So Bobby Burns tersely describes the  rich, but still poor, dyspeptics., But their  case is not now so 'desperate as when  Burns wrote. Por the man who has the  food now can eat without suffering for  it, if he just follows thfi siss- with s  Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia TableL       -   '  These remarkable tablets banish the  troubles of tbe chronic dyspeptic���������the  man who is bilious���������the sufferer from  heartburn, gas on the stomach or occasional indigestion. You can eat hearty  meals of ���������"holwnie food���������and digest  them, too^if you take Na-Dru-Co  Dyspepsia Tablets. f   '  Compounded by expert chemists, after  probably the best formula known to  medical .science, Ihey ar_ quick and  certain in their action, giving prompt  relief from all forms of stomach trouble,  toning up and strengthening the digestive organs and bringing about permanent  cures, ��������� '  A man is no stronger than hisstomach.  Fit yourself for your best work by  .taking Na-Dru-Co" Dyspepsia Tablets.  50c. at your druggist's. National Drug  ond Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited,  luontreal. {46  (     ft$&&k. OI_}-^        u m -%C am  I  Joe's  AutomobSlng   Fun  Yes, remarked Farmer Hodge,  my  boy Jot������ gets a good deal o' tun out  of motor cars  But he doesn't own a machine.  Of course net.      He's one of the  constables.  The Crub was Fierce  Restaurant keeper���������What, you-can't  pay your check?     Out you go, then.  Guest at the next table���������Here, landlord, while you are about it, throw  me  out  too.  I understand your wlfo Is financially interested in your business.  Yes.  A silent partner, I suppose.  Well���������eft���������that's what she calls herself. ....������������������  HofltGHH (to one of tho omnll guests)  m���������Novi*,. dear, will you havo Homo  broad and butter to finish up with?  flmall OiirfHt���������No, thank you, I will  have somo cako to bo going on with.  Me (sententlously)��������� Men are   what  tbey eat. ���������  She   (Innocently)���������Oh,  ir* you  fond of calves' brains?  so  "PROUD AND GLAD"  Because   Mother    Looked    80    Well  After Quitting Tea and Coffee  Quex���������Well, supposing sho did  throy* you over bccaiuo you lost your  money���������thore aro as good flah In tho  oe-v ao cv'or camo out of it.  Checkfl���������I know, but that's btouII  comfort for *i fellow who has loBt his  bait,  **jWM_H������__MNt  Mlnard'e   Liniment  Cure*   Diphtheria  ��������� ���������*. vv-  ;Y-;:iV()i>'iys;;1.'  j), rn., P%'''rl*V*l**P *yl^'*|FftgMr^|������*������  W-vmsrtij.  BOc. ������ box or iVx bbxet ror $2.60,  Ut all dealer*, or The Dodd* Modi-  *,!**..;.   f*?T***v"*"*'y.   ' ������������������"AI**HI       TAirnMrt,,  I Canada.  XmmmmxmmmxmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmxmmmmmmMmmimmmmmmimmmmm  -������c  W.   N.   U.  923  Flnanolairy Foolleh  FIrat Olllclal    Member���������What    do  you think of the now    proaobur    wo  tried out yostorday?  Soaond Official Member���������Won't do!  Wo'il nover lift tho debt with him on  tho Job. Why yentorday, whon thoro  woro utrangoru present, ho hud them  Ding: I'm Olod flnlvotlon's Free, whllo  tho collection wan bolng made.  mom,mil��������� turn, in h-aiiup.ii.W���������ih^i������������������.^im.. _���������������i  Practical  Politico  Whom hove you''tit at ed for post-  maatnr at Plunkvlllo, Inoulrod tho  old ecnator.  Wombat, answorod tho young con-  BreBHman.  Why Wombat?  iJ CC :i !!*������������������.*  bin   .t, 4, ,,,j Taa! Ji.fi    M.-Jl  ;4L IaUaa  dy'H Lane.  My boy, you'll never make a politician -tit that rat-. You give that Job  to Dingbat. Hlu grandfather ia iitlll  voting.  Mimv a man who talka llko ft war  horo gotH bin mook Uttlo wife to in-  torvlow the Janitor every tlmo ho  thlnt'H It necoHuary to register u kick.  A woman was almost distracted with  dyspepsia and  heart trouble.  Llko thousands of others, the drug  ���������caffeine���������-Id coffee was Blowly but  steadily undermining hor norvous system and Interfering with natural  digestion of food. (Tea is Just au in-  .jurlous as cofl'00 because it contains  caffiMim, the poisonous drug found in  coffoo).  "For 80 years," alio writes, "I have  used coffoo, Have always boon oleic  ly���������had heart trouble and dyspepsia  with ulcers In stomach and mouth bo  bad, BometlnioH, I wan almost distracted and could hardly oat a thing for a  week.   , ���������   t  "I could not Bloop for nervousnoBB,  and when 1 would lio down at night-  I'd bolch up coffoo and my. heart would  troublo mo, It was llko polaon to  mo. I was thin���������only weighed 125  lbs., whon I quit coffoo and began to  ui.0 Postum.  - "From the first day that belching  and burning ln my ntomaeh stopped'.  I could sloop as floundly as anyone and  after tho first month, whenever I mot  any filondo Ihey would nak uio what.  wan making mo bo fleshy and looking  HO   WOll.  "SomothuoB, before I could answer  quick onough, ono of tho children or  my husband would nay, 'Why, that Is  what Postum Ib doing for her'-���������tlioy  woro all bo proud and clad.   ,  "Whon I recommend It to anyone I  always tell them to follow directions  hi making Poatum, as Ic ls not good  I- taste !f *.vc?.k, but flun wbf>������*. Jt has  tho flavor aud rich hrown color."  Name given by Ciinndlnn Poutuui C������,..  WindHot*. Ont.  Road tho Uttlo book, "Tho Road to  Well ville." in i>k������M.     "Tlioro'*' a ������oa-  A Subtle Rebuke  He  was  v. wealthy  youth,  blessed  with  plenty  of  money,  and  a  great  number of people were ready: to take  It away from him.      He lived in San  Francisco,  which   city,  according  to  reliable report, is as full of speed, and  action after dark as Ty Cobb la when  he steals home with a winning run.  One   night  the   young   man,   full x������f  vcheck books and ideas, hired a string  of forty cabs and hacks, and forming  them in single file, led the procession  down Market   Street,    the   principal  thoroughfare of Sap Francisco.    His  walk was slow, grand, and Impressive, and the vehicles followed him.'at  a   snail's   pace.       It   looked   like*  a  funeral of a net dog or a'Mohammed-  an.  Suddenly a policeman ran out and  put about his neck strong but uncar-  eSBing flngeri*.        ,  What are you trying to do? asked  the officer of the law.  Why, said the loader of., the procession solemnly, this town is dead and  I'm burying It  Whereupon they led him gently but  quickly to the police station and  showed him how to make a holo ln his  bunk account.  Short of breath and- angry withal  the ^motorist emerged from beneath  his car and the helpful friend, who  was presiding oyer the oil can, beamed upon him.  I've Just oiled the cylinder. Shirkley  old man, remarked the helpful friend,  with a grin of pleasure oh hla countenance.  ���������The motoriBt became angrier , and  shorter still of breath. His hand  went to hU head and he grew red  with vexation. For a moment he  battled with hlB temper.  Good heavens, ho gurgled, eventually, that wasn't the cylinder it wao  my ear you were oiling. ' .  <l---*_^tg^2--  TT  All grocers 25c. Ib.  Tin  A woman's idea of a rival is, another woman who tries to have better  clothes  than  hers.  the Senate he waB adviBed by .his  physician to give up smoking. Tho  physician happened up at- the Capitol  one morning, when he dropped Into  the MisslBSippiante committee-room to  say HoiVdy. As he entered he observed the Senator reared back Is  his chair, with hia feet on the-desk  and a huge cigar ln hla .mouth.  Hero, Senator ho said, I thought I  told you to quit that?  Quit what? asked Mr. Mooney, la  mild surprise.  Why quit using tobacco.  Tobacco 1 Why, my dear' doctor, I  am merely smoking a cigar Senator  Beverldge gave me.  A Misplaced "M"  Mrs. La Follette, wife of Senator  Ilobert M. La Follette of Wisconsin,  tells of a country newspaper which in  reporting the- speech of hor celebrated  hiiBband, intending to add afi comment, "And tho maaseB bollovod him,"  said Instead. "Aud thorn aaflos bollovod him."  Speaking of that fish you caught.  What about It?  I notlco you modify its Blue to your  vurluuu llot'.nera.  Well, I novor toll a man more than  I think he'll behove.  Ever   read   th������  above   letter?       a  new ono  t-p-j-Mrw  irom   iimu  "*%. iiruo.  They are genuine, true, and full  of  I human Interett.  Senator Borah is ono of tho eanoet  of the Republican Progrennlvos In tho  Senate.. Ho la a man of groat logal  ability and lovas a legal argument.  Also, ho Ib ono of tho groat debaters In the Senate nnd ono or tho fow  iiiwiUK-r'' of thnt. body who have not  boon bluffed out by tho brawny Bailey. Ho takes particular, delight in  clambering abroad that constitutional  oxport, heolloBB of IiIb patronizing,  lilr* bullying or hla anoom^  One of Bonih'n moaanroo la a law  providing for a bureau ^for. children.  I a������Bume, aald tho auporollloua Bailey, that thin bill of the Senator from  Idaho la Bomowhat similar to that  nrr>.i--t1nn In the agricultural nnprohrl-  atlon tail iiiiuvw* n.it.iu sort of'a siTOl&r  ������������������.rri'iigi'-tiiotu feu* calves and plgo.  Exactly amllad Borah at tho  Texan. My bill Hooka to havo the  govyrnmont do for the ehlldran what  u hn������ already dono for tho culvoa and  plRH.  >V lll,ll,.������l*w**     ... ,  .      ..........^ ........   heavily and oecamo loat In JofTenion  inn thou������ht  ��������� H  '  The <^pt2sir\r  What the Captalw Sayb:  **When b  mnn  i������  in  dhsnrc of *. *h.n ht. h_A  to keep calm under all conditions.  Empire Navy Ping: Chewing Tobacco  is a fc:_eat help/*  \  niiSiiiiiiii'aii  Ml���������lffi___________________.___a'J._ll)l!lill,lllltll!l,ll!)!ii|ii'!iii'i'i .i.::i j;i,.-;-|,-.-iiu:i������a.  Mi.||I|,������i.I|i.������,W.,..|,iI|������I,I������<  4ttnm,i  ___9lMl#**MMH  ********  mmsmmmtm  IIIWIIIMIIIVtWIItWHIMI  mmmmm  im in uim 1  mmm -^p?rtFWW***V-t���������w  ^*SU*^F*^W  ���������tn mwi jintff ���������w������JAyttv������������w.A=  i, - wi L    --,������������������. ���������*���������!-���������  ''Tl't_"T?  1   U JV  '*j^> _ro**--ii \ki      ���������*��������� Ia*\������ i -"Wi       p������j i'"������aJ,!*"i' ���������* M        *k  4f"������  **.   >A  uim iiui- -fi in ���������-  -, -  ������Ate4MMft^M*M���������������  The Creston *!Re������{g$&  Pnblisbed e^ss^-   __i*?av. a���������CS^esfe-, e?ifeb SoItunUIs. tjythe Gif  as end Ftibiish_ag Ooispany, Ltd.  ������������������^S���������������)������^^;v^������������������������������������������������������������������������@������  i   .^  _ -S-5  -  a  43  i  W. B. MoOlubb  K^l Cv_ L-Ull    X IU LCI  *,������ MM   m^^mm.  I   ���������_   ^_-_  Editor and Manager  -p-ha Hevidw is the acknowledged advertising -medium of the Oresto- valley, sir  are based on the scale of the Kootenay and. Boundary Printers*!toast*������*  JjSsA purchase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time. Display advesr-  tieements, ft per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issue  aad 5 coats Ber lino in succeeding weskB. Subscription rates ������3.G0 a year in  advance. Onr columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of local in-  tsrcst and ihe welfare of the cosixnnsuy. Contributions must b������ brief aud  signed.  OU will make no mistake  when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  ���������ACJX  viv  ������������*  UM   WIUU   IUU A  fsi_"fi  a__  GRilll  "Cooperation.'' The papers advise it, the officials talk  it, social economists preach it; in fact "cooperation" has become the bye word ol every class in the business world, but  one.  The retailers are cooperating; they purchase their goods  in common and agree upon a selling price. The wholesalers  are doing it and have things much their own way; every-  class is cooperating, but one.  The ranchers have tried cooperation in a half hearted  wav. and like the Indian who havine been told that  an um-  aa  * **  brella would keep him dry^ plunged into a river to test it,  they declare cooperation to be a failure without giving  it a  '__*"��������� X.~Zm.t  &������M_       IXlVmlx  Cooperation is the order of the day. This is the age of  cooperation, but the ranchers seem slow to profit by the example of those who have succeeded, and are loosing heart  because cooperation demands a share of the profits, not seeing that their profits would go down were there no ranchers  organizations owing to keen competition among themselves.  Wenanchee, Hood River and Yakima fruit districts  have strong,   prosperous  cooperative organisations,  which  very condition of  Their organisations  practically  control  the  I The Leading  j Hotel of the  X Fruit    Belt  Oar   Guests  Cah   cAgain  the  Creston  Hotel.      Travelling    &  men  will  substantiate this.    We    --  study  the  comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  7  M  Koran  Prop*  5  J5   With every Nyals  Family  Remedy "9  JFM mm  f.  JLfflfvou  purchase, you  may    know  what  W     _n___r_r__    ** a. v    ������/ ������/7  I /  drugs are used ih its Composition, by  referring -to the "Nyals Family Chest**  a Booklet supplied Free, ask fox it.  a  Nyals Kidney pills Cure  Backache,  I  ama/mam  \  i.ii������.nrNn. Trjir t.j_-|I flo  have men in the large cities who watch  e  the  market.  a-Dtsle market,  -' K K   4  Creston has its Fruit Growers Union but it is not getting the hearty support of all the ranchers as it should be.  Possibly an idividual rancher can at the ^resent time dis-  pose of his produce at as good or better prices than the  Union. Yet in time the competition of a strongly organ**  ized district will drive the individual rancher or small  groupes of ranchers out of business, while the Uuion, in as  large valley as this, if given the proper support at possibly  a little sacrifice now, will grow to be able to compete with  the other strongly organized districts and to even control  the Prairie markets.  This is locking a long way ahead but the rancher who  Agent   for  Semi^Ready   Tailored  Clothes���������Gents Furnishings  ������A  $ \_iresion j_������_ug&  Phone 51  V-^O* .&  V.  fl '  J  f"  0     __.  ���������?i  er, Livery ano reeo sfaoies  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  iti  mi  Hi  1  |' All class of TURNOUTS supplied at eborfe notice. The latest styles of ������j  ^ GUTTERS and BUGGIES for>ale and hire. Saddle and pack -orses a |  $jj Speciality.  ������S   Feed for sale.      Agent for the McLaughlin itanfg. Co.     Horses for sale  I ana prepared to fill all orders, both by wire sad  ���������_  ������5   at any honr of the day or night  ta receive prompt attention  ���������������g Phone 66  _  ��������� *_i-m������'   mmm.  u_,v'WV oc**   i   Commercial men and landseekers, will  roi  _A^--.i_    p.  n. o. ivfeureatn, rrop  tn_n_ KK fitMav    liran_ *_���������__ -1.4  Sirdar Avenne  Box 14  I  mm  ft  i  _.  ^*94S������'_:-S������:-gi������S������*9*9:--:-_-a:_9aa__--������aaa:^^  SSoge ati5@itl6  t>^ r ���������. f_. r _   _<*��������� ^ -   ���������   a.E> *___> -^*  WliiliUiUUH,  j������. Mr.  Principal      -      Mrs, Cberrlngton  Head Mistress,    Miss Cberrlngton  (Honours _6riiflotti,������, Gunjuiidire -,  Higher Local, Birmingham Unniver-  sifcy Education Diploma;) J  Assistant        -        Hiss Hodj-son  (Cambridge Higher Looal certificate, Diploma of the College of  Teachers for the Deaf.)  Terms for boarders on application  to the Head Mistress.  e-__������������������__-B_  totllo3e who fill ont and  Xr tC \\\m 6b mpii this conpon AT ONCE  does not look a long way ahead is not the one who prospers.  However it is not looking so far into the future���������Say  there  are now only 60,000 apple trees in  the valley and that in  two years these trees will  be Ijearing one box to the tree.  Six hundred boxes fill an  average car.   Sixty thousand  boxes will fill one hundred cars.    Say  in two more years  these trees will be bearing two boxes to the tree, and that  twenty thousand trees planted at later dates have just started  bearing a box to the tree, it would mean one hundred  and  fourty thousand boxes requiring two hundred and  thirty-  three cars to ship them.    However we know that there are  more than sixty thousand trees in the valley, many of which  are between five and ten years old, and that more than ten  thousand trees are being  planted  each year and  that  the  average yield is one box for each year the tree is old.   Judg  ing from this it can be safely said that   the apple business  will grow to an enormouse size in four or five vears.     The  amount of fruit then grown  will have to go farther than  Crows Nest points to find a market and in order to  dispose  of it at all favorably the business will have to be in the  hands of a strong cooperative association.  So the life of Creston as a fruit district depends on the  strength of the Union and the strength of the Union depends upon the cooperation of ihe ranchers. The ranchers  must work together for their own good as well as for the  common good. Great things are in store for the fruit  growers of this section provided they work together rightly.  By reason of the acreage that can be put in fruit trees, this  section  can  grow in  production and power until it can  <%/%������-, f������.4.\1      mix,.      Tim^i..Z..      ....... I. .1 V*     . .���������  hW44A4W4 *MV.        4.   A41JJ1I.        JltatitkUL-l. llllll      ������'������ <*.*'*>Z ������**!<������   t\!T    COCpCriltlQli I ���������  elsewhere will mean your downfall.  Sample of onr expert penmanship and  facinating lesson in short hand.  THE  BLAIR   BUSINESS COLLEGE  Spokane, Wash.  I am interested in Business Ednoation  Please Bend me fnil information about  yonr College, and e-tpeoially about the  subjects oheoked below:  .... Bookkeeping .... Shorthand ' J  ... .Typewriting ... .Penmanship-.������,J  ....QniCkFiguring ....Letter Writing  I can begin a coarse about   Name   Address   ��������� 1  r  BURN'S  COMPLETE  Animal   Fertilizers  ARE  MONEY        SELOS  Sow Burns'Fertilizers  And Reap Dollars.  Call or send for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  F. BURNS & Oo.  Llmltad  CRESTON       -      B.C.  Head Office  CALGARY; VANCOU-  .   fc_,���������������j mmim^ X.1J. \^J. 1   JL  vy4.N ������  If, Madam; we could take you right into our  Model Bakery at the Mill, where all our tests are  made, you would see exactly what we mean when  we say, "Robin Hood Flour is Different.*'  You would see how favorably it compares with  other flours in respect to color.  Its superior quality would be plainly visible  to you. '       "   ?  i    You would quicker realize why you are to add  riiore water than usual when using it.  The bigger loaf made by it would lie before you.  Seeing it, you would note its closer texture���������no waste.  Tasting it, you would admire its finer flavor.  In short, you would surely decide that you ought  fo start using Robin Hood Flour right away.  But, Madam, if you cannot come to our Bakery,  we can help you to have better Baking Results of  your own.  Use Robin Hood Flour yourself, and prove that  what we claim for it is true.  We supply the flour-quality.  'We ^Sr���������     "���������  tlve the guarantee.    It is up so you     jf^  to get the benefit.  Have   you   asked  your  grocer  about our Money-back-guarantee yet?  ROBIN HOOD HILLS,    Limited  Calgary floosejaw  I  i  *SSs  For Sale by CRESTON MERCANTILE CO.  |HY should you get your job printing done away from your home town  when it can be done here in just aa neat 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.  _ ji  ._  HE  ill  VII  618  I  m  i  ���������Bit  ''"- m.  -_  _  4,  *  mmm  r^^m^m^^l^i^^.  B: ti' >, 'a V-flf .iff!?* BU  ______n^Sl_M___--i  ���������U,.._.���������..^.^^...h.,,)..,., I ,IJ.������.l|.MWl.ll.]iWII������IAM^������h, ,.������.^,.i.,������������,i,iW������,.IMi.M.. ,,���������, M 1IA.1- _ 1/���������-rA,l4l I i..l������l, ���������.,i|l. 1,1 '. ,k.i'iwJt8..|.,|ll.l'<-A.|.| ,,A������,.j4.,. A.1^^1,1.WillA., A*-������A>llAjl ������#A,^IA4, |M4i tj4..lj*lt>,������������������^,;u.,i������rt4| ,Ul  HI  M  jK2SS_ti!l?Xy!  gffsfi--'wa  m  wm .J .  THE   0EE&TQ2-1   EEVIEW,   CBESTQH,  *������r caaaaa-w Bass ia f  6et-4 to* t������aiple������������J������2e"*ESta*'* ������S������P  wis* tt< ������M BitttlM taw-t-al-tfWB-*  ***������  Calgary Herald  Lauds Creston  (Continued from Page 1)  a& &a elegies- ta vem mma w raa  1aot e������ he desired that is not already here  __._ j !i _-a-   a '    --   ���������   ts   Assss^sssi-Rs*!?. i.la-Hi.  G. Fred Johnston, Fertile, B. C.  PROFESSIONALS  Tbe mountains are massive and verdant  Is the huge limbers 'which deck their  I CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  B O. TjaUSTD SURVB-O- ASD   AKOBtTSOt  *-*la&3 au& Specifications  RESTON ���������������       ������*���������  B.C.  DENTISTRY  H. B. HAuTd.-D, S.  Office   over  Frank Parks Hardware  K*-ftS**S ?>������.!-������> Ol^A  I    CRANBROOK,  1  -B. C#  GUY   I.OWENBERG  .y _       ..���������������������������     j-  sides &Xm found ie abundance dee?- con-  gar, bear, mountain goats and many  other species of wild qnadrapedB.   She ftPP='o_ima������ely 1s6������j0 feet _ni the climate  oes and from hard gravel beds, and rock  is not as prevalent as iu many other  distrustta in ibis seci-ion of the country.  Exclndiuf? the purely meroennrtr allurements of the country aud consider-'  ing the territory entiiely as an ideal  residential locality, Oreston looms quite  as large as it does on the horizon of the  monetary viewpoint.     The altitude iB  Communication  vosBVvnsa avatnxss.  CREStON  B.C.  MR. &  MRS. CROMPTON  Piano, vio  Teachers of  "\74rt1*"*!**,      Ciiim ���������������������<������������ or  V XLlXxxxy     tmrmxi^iZiZZ.  Music Supplied for Concerts & Dances  ���������k4*4&._VJUJ_/)  ���������"OV  carefully cultivated valleys stand out in  striking contrast to the forests primeval  which run riot aoross the mountainous  upper levels, great streams of pure wc-  ies lead themselv@s to boating and to  the king of Bports ot the section���������-salmon aad trout fishing.   From the vie** -  point; of scenery, of health, climate, lo-  oatioa or indost-ry Creston is, at least,  one of the gardens of Eden.  Should the community be successful in  its quest for incorporation and the subsequent installation ot light, -water and  sewage facilities, Oreston will at once  come into its xuli heritage as one of the  greatest valleysot fertile eastern Stilish  Columbia.   Good transportation service  ie    already    obtainable   between the  Orow'B Neat Pass and Nelson, but it  will be only a matter of months until  Ithe traffic will warreot a double daily  1 train service to COuaeet at   Tank with  the Spokane flyer to and from Mcose  Jaw.    The Great   Northern railroad  *ro  trains!  ia suoh that the doctors indulge in fruit  growing as a business and iu medicine  as a side line. In fact your correspondent found the community greatly distressed over the inexplicable accurance  of two illnesses at the same time. His-  tory would inuicate tbat Creston is the  fountain of good health.  !_____!_*������������������    &*������������������__���������_'     MTIIKMr iii  I  [UN1CIPAL  PETITIONS TO BE CIR-  (TSSaB flTPR  yukn i bu  Selieve    Taxes   Will   Be  Less Under Municipal  Government.  To. tl������a T5 ,itnr cf Creston Keview,  Dear Sir:-���������  *u ������ubS W66K5 pivpoi I sss ������ij cut-rider j  has taken the wrong meaning of an  item which waa published in a previous  issue of your ������aper and. whioh I sent  in. In answer to same I would like to  say three things. l_i. 1 ������3_. ao news  agent. Sod. I was positive of what I  said, and 3rd. My items are for Canyon City, and not outsiders.  I wonld also like to say that if anyone can prove tbat what I have said in  any item that I have sent in isn't true,I  will gladly apologize for it, in the  meantime, if everyone (myself as well  as well as others-), would practice what  the item referred to by "A Staunch  Sympathiser" says, it would be very  oleasant all around.  If "A Staunch Sympathiser" would  analize the Baid item more carefully LI  am sure he would -not feel jastifiLid in  saying what he did.  Pick up any paper and look it over  carefully and see if you can't find the  same thing in print, I have seen it sev  eral times.   It is an old adage and if  practised by the people, at large,  then  and only than will the*.- be less scandal.  A Canyon City Correspondent.  _-At}V *****   ������������������_-������       ^V    B      ������  W. H.JOHKSOK   Proprietor  THE   HOME  OF   THE  TRANSIENT  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  !-  This Hotel is one of the  best known and ��������� popular  Hotels in  the  Kootenays.  ^     *.  The dining room is strictly  up-to-date and the bar supplied with only the best brand  of goods.  B  r^*  ������StOIX  UtS  Fits������   gs*gra\fis*������3   Sim  Gab/net for Reaaers vfifce  "MEWS MDVm%m^fm������B*oe  Real Estate and Insurance.  HOUSES TO BENT  CRESTON     -  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire,, Itife and Accident Inirarance  SISAL ESTATE, Ste.  _ xs.rx.xx4  -    T_.f*.  .Hm.TR.Bcatt-j  j       ������ CRANBRpOK?- B. C,  I  If  The  runBia! Otrector  from   Spokane aow runs  X  ���������K.ai.iy into Orsstou-  In fruit growing, ne iu every other  field of endeavor, there   are failures.  Since the raising of fruit has become an  enterprise   of growing magaitcte aud  sines large numbers of people have be-  oome associated iu the work of fruit  growing   there  has been consistently  asked by prospective f rdit ranchers the j touched upo  question:      Does fruit  growing pay? other column-  According to the,thrifty folks new domiciled iu the Creston district it does  pay.   It pays well if the grower knows  how to handle his oropB before maturity  and to market them after it.  Outside of the specific instances de������  (Continued from Page 1}  $5.50 a head. He also said that these  municipalities had given a bonus to  the railroad for having entered their  district, to sums between twenty and  fourty thousand dollars, all of which  is now paid.  The power plant question was also  It is discussed in an  The speaker expressed  the  belief  that  the  telephone    and  ���������LADIES, call at- our store and look  over oar supply ct McOalls patterns just  received.   S. A. Speers.  ���������I   Everyone wants a picture of the members of the Government of  Canada. The "News-Advertiser" has had prepared for the exclusive  nee of its readers in this provinca a large engraved plate of Rt Hon*  E,. L, Borden aud 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,'  ' The Prime Minister, HON, R.L BORDEN, occupies a central posi=  tion, and is shown standing at the head oi the Council Table. Seated  abont him are his colleague-).  Dimly in the background the features of Sir John Macdonald look  down on his successors.  Before letting  Che Contract  For tho -Minding o f Vdur ������*ovr  House, Store, Omci t. Workshop  or other building, write or call  on ine. Estimates given on all  kinds of work.  ourNew  ir* -!*.,  water systeins snould-become property  of the municipality, saying that  these utilities cpuld be furnished the  subscribe-"* at lower rates.  Regarding the sewerage question in  tailed previously it is possible to strike j Creston, he read certain clauses from  the act, stating that rhe district bene-  a rough _VS?__e lis������ of returns from  fruit ranching. The figures are quottd  from average years iu the surrounding  districts, and are by no mean- ihe x_6_-  imum.whiohjihe hustler struggles for  aud frequently attains. Among the  chief fruits grown are cherries, plums  and apples, which provide the greatest  remuneration. Under favorable conditions an acre of cherries will yield from  $1,000 to $1,500. The approximate coal  of cultivation and handling ia thirty poi  1 f-  Repairs & Alterations  A 8PECIA LTV  Charges reasonable and satisfaction  guaranteed on All Work  I JOHN   BOYD,   Creston  Bted only would have to be assessed,  and that the step could be taken by  Creston, therefore, without the inter-  feiance of the outlying districts.  Besides the taxes on real and personal property there are other sources  of revenue, Mr. Edmonson said, that  would go to the municipality. The  O. P.R.and the Hotels would make  up a great part of the.funds, wliilii the  licensing of every business is in tho  B���������I ^"_t__r  9m\f  f\-vf o * *+    -"mm /a,  cent or between tjaoo and $450 p**** awe j hands of municipality.   This rovenue  per yeftr.     Plums,   including proueB,  SatJdio   anti  Harness  titapairing  A BPBOU U-TV  Dealer in   hi gh   class  boots and stto< is.  give au average annual yield valued  from $800 to $460 an acre net after the  deduotton of expumes, in the mutter of  apples the returns are more greatly Variable thau In either of the forogoin-j  fruits.   A variety of cauppis are responsible, either for  fluctuations in crops  or ia markot values.    Yet id has boen  established by the experience of many  year* that the grower oan depend upon  a not nuhual profit whioh will averago  well botw_ott $150 and $300 per aore net  A concrete example of what is posBlble  would    decrease    the   taxea  of  the  ranchers.  1  DUCK CREEK NEWS  Paul Ofner went to Calgary oh Mondays train.  Mat Sogen waB in Oioston ou Wednesday.  Get your Wk .es, Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigfxmf.s, Poaches,  Pipes, etc*, rstt'the  Creston     Wine    &  SpSfd' Co*  The Hallowe'en dance given by the  Social Club was woll attended and wns  ouawellhandlod fruit ranch is given a great buooobb  oy ono rinoher who hns 17 aoroa of boar  SYNOPSIS OP COAL MISIG BEG-IT-  LATIGNS  Coal mining rights of the DomiairaJ,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberts  the Yukon Territory, the North-west  Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased  for1 a term of twenty-one years at  an animal rental of $1 an acre. 3Sot  more than 2,560 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant iu person to the Agent  cr Sub-Agftot of the district iu which  the rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory- the land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, nnd in unsuryeyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  Eoch application must be accompanied  by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if  the rights applied for are not available  but not otherwise. A royalty shall be  paid on the merchantable output of the  mine at the rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating tne mine shall  furnish the Agent with swolu returns  accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined and pav the royalty thereon. If the coal mining rights  aro not being operated, suoh returns  should be furnished at least once a year  The lease will include the coal mlu-  iug rights only, but the lessee may be  pormittod to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  noooBsary for the working of tho mine  at the rate of $10 an aore.  For f nil information application should  be mado to the Secretary of tbe Department of the Interior, Oitawo, or to any  Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands  W. W.OOliY,  This tine engraving, of which a limited  number have been prepare d, will be sent  FREE OFCHARGE  to new subscribers, or to old subscribers, whoreuow ������heir subscriptions  for one year ($3 00.1 .'    (  For one of town su^scci'jera the picture will be itt-ad. Mid pohtaj);������  prepaid.  -Toa-Bubrcrihers may obtain cooies on payme_t- of   60  cento,   If  raailud, teu cents extra fur tubiug'aiid postage.  Applications and remittances (cash must accompany ordei)  must  be made to  y -A,  The Circulation Manager  ' 'News-Advertiser,'' Vancouver, B.C.  GmBimdimti P$i&li������& Railway  ANNUAL    EASTERN    EXCURSIONS  sssersT***  Creston to Toronto and return *��������� -       $77.65  Creston to Montreal and return   .......     "-/ ���������3������8a.65  Corresponding low rates to points iu Ontario, Quebec  and Maritime Province1.  'Tickets on sale, Dec. ist to 31st inclusive,, good to return  within three months.  MMM-i-IM  S* Pooh:, Prop.  -  Liberal Extension Privileges  SSSSSSS95  wmMmwrntmnLma,  Tickets issued in connection with TRANS-ATIyANTIC  TRIPS on sale, Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st. inclusive, and limited  *. -!.7Z������tS^^ubfS- ..|*������ Ave months from date of issue, with  privilege* of extea-  this advertisement will not bo paid for.  ���������TvADSIfiS,, ./*������' 11 nt onr otoro an>  look oven* muiBU pply of McUallB pal  tofna Juan re^elv o<\,    H. A. Spooirtt.  ing apples, poors nnd plums. For the  past ilx yoarB these 17 noreB havo averaged a gross annual luootao of -t-lOO por  v ���������*  UOWi  From Buoh authontio ilguros it is rat-  out that fruit growing paye whou tho  work    of  cultivation in properly and  thoroughly looked after.    At Oioston  everybody says It pays and Creston is a  .epioBentatlvo fruit growing oommuulty  ������f tho bent typo.   Here various variation  .1 noil, eooh suited to somo purtloulnr  iiinoh of tho iudnBtry are obtainable at  ilforout lovols aud at reasonauiw i>*i\ju������.  jihe itull U UcQ imom alkali In most plo-  There must have boon a strong wind  or oomothlng of that nnfcnr* lnnfc Thursday nip lit, to jadgo by oortain persons  out-bulldlngH noxt morning.  Mr. Kmbroe was ln town ou Tuesday.  He intonds settling with bis family in  Crouton lor the winter.  Mrw, Buttorflold ontortalned a party  of friends on Tuesday afternoon and  evening.  Don't forgot the Hooinl evening to bo  Lili ^t *~? ���������n^**K *������.*���������������������������������* nn flatnrdav  night /it 8 p. m.  ���������tiADIES, call ut our store nnd  look ovor our supply of McDalls. patterns just rocloviMl.   8.. A. Spoors.  sion.  1  RfGNKWAL OP L1CKNSB  Liquor License Act (Section 18)  Notice, is horeby glvou that on tho  Int day of TW-'mbor next application  will bo mado to iho SuporiuteuUent  of Provincial I'oHco for tho ronowal  of Llconso for tho sale ot Liquor by  wholesale In and upon tho premises  known aa Oreston Wino /it Spirit Co.,  situate at Grot-ton, B. O., upon tho  landt* described as Lot 82, Block A.  Dated this 26th day of Octobor, 1012  Bldney Poole  | J������|J|M4twt4/������4U  Plnost Ktinlpmont, Sfcandnrd and Tourist Stooping Cars. Dining cam on aU  through trnius. Compartment Library, Observation Cars on 'Import alLlmited*  and ''Toronto Express."  mmmmm������������������������������������������������������ ���������> ��������������������������� ������  iiom*immm*immtiom*m���������o*mm������i*mmm.mm*mmmmm**mm*mmm*mm*mmmm^^ .  Spoolal through Tourist Our Service in oonnootion with these Exonrslous.  For dotes of doparture and lOscivations apply to Looal Agent.  i ���������r*_       -" "  ...|.....���������   _���������_..-.       -. .     .. .      ���������   -_���������   ���������...  ,        .  -^   ir in t iitiiiii--ih i in|i  Tickets Via All Trans-Atlantic Steamship Lines   ��������� ��������� * -..,....  ���������- -,- ..-,���������,���������-,���������-,,. ,������������������  For full information, rail and steamship tickets, apply ttt  R. N_. Reid, Ticket, Creston, or write to, R. G. McNcilUo.  District Passenger Agent, Calgary, Alta^ * |  ^^.jig  f.-"*!  r.i*  *-      4*  -    -   ������~J  Yi  W.\  %  ������������������'ti;  '���������..'*!  ;:',i*?l  '���������?ii  '.-ai  >  a;���������^^mt-ES.lvfe,,r,.r',,,.,..,r,,.,,^^^,^rr^-^^  iAa_'i_atg.iji^!l!^_!'.lill,.'|ii"M'|miH''(W^  ������������,.���������*������ *!mi'!������i>!i mi,iiiii.!!,ii,.,i,|i���������i���������i,i<������ij������.,������.  __S________B____^ mmmm.  -Ap^f-y-w ._��������� ���������-r..^arm,mirfKfXV9fiF-mm tf%. jtfr^.a^ffl|1TffM^������a. __ ������'   l*������������i^ /,_ ^������lJr<t_JJJ_l_i_|i_-^>^'3������__^^.'������  i!Tjg_-^_a5trsasgg_a-gaBg_^^  ���������X 1 . ^ + *    0   4-1       _    a.   * s  #  THE    C31ESTON    REVIEW.    CRESTON.    B. (;.  ������������������*���������; -**.  tonsilitis  impoverished  Accc''"*3t5r!_ g������>3;n Activity  J     In the eaily days of Wisconsin, two  I of the most prominent lawyers of the  j State wero Qeorge B. Smith.and T. S.  I Sloan, the latter of. whom had a habit  lot Injecting into his remarks'to-'the-  ! court  the   expression,  Your honor,   I  have an ide<*..       A  certain case had  been   dragging.-along   through   a   hot  summer day when Sloan sprang to his  feet, with his old remark:  Your honor, I have an idea.  Smith immediately boundedvup, assumed an impressive attitude and in  great solemnity said:  May it please the court, I move that  a writ of haoeas corpus be Issued by  this court immediately to take the  learned gentleman's idea out of solitary confinement.  A spoonful of SCOTT'S EMULSION after each meal, starts  healthy body-action like a small  match kindles a great fire���������and  more: it make* rich, healthy, j������  active blood-���������fortifies Sks tissues ~  and stimulates the appetite���������it  makes sound body-ttrength.  SCOTT'S EMULSION is the g  purest cod liver oil, made creamlike and palatable without alcohol or   _ni������-���������the  quintessence  of purity. a  Reject mutations they mra im- g  poatora for profit. H  . jSowa4at. Toronto, Outs!���������    *5-5t**  55  Ad vies From'an Expert  George Washington Johnson stood  before an avenging -Judge, and realized that all the evidence was against  him. It was toe same old charge.  But, said the judge, with a perplexed  frown, I dor.'t. understand, Johnson,  how was it j-os'sible. tor you" to steal  those chickens when they were roosting right under the owner's window  and there were two vicious bulldogs  in the yard.  It wouldn't do you no good, jedge.  foh me to 'splain how I caught 'em.  replied the successful culprit. You  couldn't do it if you tried it lorly  times, an' yon might get a hide full of  buckshot  de  ve'y  fust   time  you  put  ���������.         *������,.*��������� ~**������._ -J -. *������*,>������������ TSfm V, ������.'-������������������>���������  vyill        IctlS       Ui;ci XXKT       iOUVO. Xm*%H        tSXJiam.  way for you to do is to buy your chickens in de marketr  jai������3  {**a<A4 Q(i������j������ fQf Her  Rosp Pastor Phelps Stokes was  talking in New York about the untold  good that had been accomplished during the summer by the various country  week associations..-'  And how quaint, she Baid, were the  comments of all those little slum  urchins before the wonders of the  country.  I once led a little East Side girl into ���������*, peach orchard, and, picking up  a glorious peach from the grass. I  handed It to her.  Eat it, I said. You'll Und it delicious.  But she frowned and shook her  head.  No, she said, haughtily. Oh, no,  I never touch 'em till they're canned.  Fully Qualified  ".iorchant  (ahour to engage a i**avr  ���������UerX���������What. vf������":e yon in gaol f-j '  Traveller���������It was for thrashins a  2arty who wot..- not gi/.������ ma ;������u nr-  ������������������_er.  JI erchant- -\ o i are enga _ *ii.  Suspicious Tailor���������There, just stand  '3n that position, and please look  'otraigbt at the notico while I take  your measure.  Customer reads the notice:���������Terms  minard's  Liniment  Cures  Colds, Ao.  A man    went to an insurance office  .X  .    1- ��������� U=_    1CA-���������     4__....^..3     A..n    n4-K~t���������    *4..���������  MJ    IAAA.VTS    All���������    4AA���������     1UOU1CU    tUC    V..��������� KJ A     VAA������V>   .  Do you cycle? the insurance agent  asked.  No.  Do   yon   motor?  No.  Do you then, perhaps, fly?  No, no, sa!d the applicant laughing.  I have no dangerous���������  But the agent interrunted him curt-  iy-  Sorry sir, he said, but we no longer  Insure nedestrians.  Mr. Herbert Samuel, the Postmaster-General. ?s considering the advisability of Issuing ready reckoners for  post oSlcs clerks.  A Pleasant Purgative.���������Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills are so compounded as  to operate on both the stomach and  the bowels, co that they act along Uu*  whole alimentary and excretory passage. They are not drastic in their  work, but mildly purgative, and the  pleasure of taking them is only equalled by the ratifying effect they produce. Compounded only of vegetable substances the curative qualities of which were fully tested, thoy  afford relief without chance of Injury.  Used  to  Degrees  Poifce Car������*ain���������I srav-e him the third  ijegree. and he never flinched.  I    "Detective���������No wonder.      He belongs  ! to about teu fraternal organizations.  Doctors do not behove In advertising, but it is noticed by the Roosevelt and other cases that they ail sign  ���������bulletins with their full names whenever they  t     Attacks   of   cholera  and   dysentery  ���������������ome quickly, there seldom being any  warning of the visit. Remedial action  -Hist be taken just as quickly if the  "���������patient is to be spared great suffering  . amd permant-nt injury to the lining  ���������membranes of the bowels.      The read-  . Sest preparation for the purpose is  Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cor-  _Ha!.       It  can  be  got at  small  cost  . at anjr drug store or general dealer's.  , -nd it will affovd relief before a doctor  ���������-������������_. be called.  The Britl-ii public spend $12,000,- j  000 a year oa patent medicines, from j  which "the Caver__>ent draws a rev-;  enue iu duty  of over 51.500,000.  TAKEN HOME  nsAVTBi/CO i  President Hndley of Yale was, telling that it is a better thing to have  written examinations of students instead of the oral ones, which were  the rule of seme years ago. He illustrated it thus: "  Two Rent'.emen who were playing  cards at a club recently were'much  annoyed.by.Jtber members who,stood  behind their? chairs and Interested  themselves "'xi tlie game. Finally  ono of the players asked a spectator to  play tho hand for him until he returned. .���������',  --  The * spectator took the cards,  whereupon the flrst player left the  room. Pretty soon the* Becohd player  followed th* example of tho first.  The two substitutes played for some  tlmo. when cue of''them.'asked tho  waiter where the two original players  weiM. .-'-������������������  Thoy are playing cards in the next  room, sir, was the waiter's reply.  Eve a Ready-Masc  There arc- three kinds of housekeepers, the homemade, the ready-  made and the* madt? to order. Of these  the leady-mades are the most nuiner-  .-",���������'���������-���������, but t!*j made to'cider are the  most important. -Tho homemades,  have existol for cjnturi-es, although  not always. T2vo was not a homemade. She was a ready made. Her  first home tn the garden waa without  tradition, precedent or a mother In  law. In it ��������� Eve totlei? not' neither  did she spi*, and there is not? the  faintest sug'-.estion that she ever offered anything but raw food to Adam.  It Is the m ide to order, or trained  housekeeper, who can best meet living conditions to day.  ^5^TSBS������SEB*Tt?S  We  believe  MINARD'S  LINIMENT  is the beat:  Mathlas Vol ,y. Oil City. Ont.  Joseph Snow, Norway, Me.  Charles Whooten, Mulgrave, N.S.  Rev.   R.   O,    Armstrong,    Mulgravo.  N.s.;' ?,..  Pierre Landers, senr.,   Pokemouche,  N.ti. ' ,-���������..;���������-  '??-.  Thomas Wasson. Sheffield, N.B.  How are vou passing your vacation?  In an ideal way;" I'm pleased nearly all the time.  That is rare. What is your method?  I spend two days In the country,  then I'm glad to get back to the city.  I spend two days in the city, then I'm  glad to get -jack to the country. It's  a great scheme.  Amateur Theatricals  Heroine���������Vou  say .you  don't think  the persons ln the back of ttie iaud-  ience can hear us?        ��������� '���������. ��������� *���������  Professional Coacher���������No, but don't  let that worry you. They can hear  the prompter distinctly; so they won't  ioee touch withYthe piay. ?  "Sample free if you write National  Drug and Chemical Co., of Canada.  Limited, Toronto.  REST AND HEALTH T8 MQTHE& AND fiHILD.  Mkm.Wxnbi.oW* Soothing Syrup has been  used lor over SIXTY YEARS hy MILLIONS of  MOTHBK8 for their CHIJUMUSN WHILB  -rKKTHlNO. WUli   PBBI'ECT   SUCCESS.     It  remedy , ���������   ���������  soliilely harmlfsss. Be sure and ask lor-"Mrs.  Wlri-dow's.-Soothinj-* Svmp," aad take'no other  kind.   Twenty-five cents a bottle.  An English tourist, who was telling  ah Irish peasant about the immense  size, of the British Empire? said:    ;";  Well. Pat, and do you know that  the sun never sets on the King's domains?' ?..'-.;'       -*.  ' '��������� ti  No,-your honor, replied Pat.  Well, such is the case, went on the  tourist. But do you know the reason-why?  Pat immediately answered:   I 'sup-  A Classy List of Pies  The gentleman with a concave front  and a large watch chain alighted from  the train at p. junction in a Western  State and rapidly made his way to the  dining room of the only hotel in tho  place.  What kind of -"���������les have you here?  he asked eagerly, of the kittenish old  lady who Btood at his eibbw.  All four k*ads, Bhe replied, with an  air of disdain.  What are they?  Opsu facsdj. Gross bap. kivereu up  and* the 'kih.i mother used to make*  was the catalogue which she gave.  it!  Going ashing?  Yep?  You don't seem very cheerful about  . . I'm not. You see I'm going with  pose it Is because Heaven ti afraid to ��������� a fellow who has promised to take  trust an Englishman in the dark.-      -mo where he always catches them.  I1AI    A   UI? il !������������_IIVl4*CU3  >nt_,_fc--_-������v>  ^UAjaV* -mm*  Explanation t  Do you mean to say such a physlc-  -I wreck as he gave you that black  ������ye? asked the magistrate.  Sure, your honor, he wasn't a physical wreck till after he gavo me  the black eye, replied the complaining wife.  OMAN'S MOST  SObbtdSsOL  MEDICINE  Known Aii Over Tho World  ���������Known Only For The  Good It Has Dona.  Wo know of no other medicine which  %aa been so successful in relieving* the  antt&tingot women, or received so many  Xnrurina testimonials, an has Lydia E.  Pinkham's Vegotuble Compound.  In nearly every community you will  find women who have been restored to  health by this famous medicine. Almost  uiVe.y woman ycu meet knows of the  (Great good it has been doing: amonp- suffering; women for tlio pa.it 30 years.  Fox Crwek, N. B. ��������� "l hav������ always  bad pains in the abdomen and n weak-  nesa thero and often  aftier mi"*.!.** a *-or<*-  neiui in my stomach.  Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable-Corn pound  bas done me much  good, i am ouongcr,  diKentlon Lt better  and I can work with j  ambition. I have '  encouraged many  mothers of familii*'" i  to take it aa it Is tho j  It-sat remedy in tha world. You can pub- ,  VMh tbia in the p&pera."���������Mrs. WiL-UM j  JL\. no-HQUK, Pox Cj*eekf N. B. i  Jn the rinkham Laboratory at i.ynn.  'Waen., are flics containing liundr*d-i of  ���������*h������wiiii*.rid������i of li������t.tnr" from women fn*������������k-  .IriK health. In which many openly atata  ow_r their own elunaturem that they have  ���������iwm-i'Ai-'H thi^*>-h#'*iH.K VSv taklmr Lydia R.  iWn-lb-m's Vejretabla Compound, many  4it wiom ntiitrt that it haa ������nveo umsui  ffrom ������urirlrnl oporatlona.  stob!   _���������������ianca  F������aa_ Pcfmaiient  Relief.  Fierce darting pains, pains like red  hot needles being driven through the  flesh in the thigh, perhaps down the  legs   to   the   ankles���������'that's   sciatica.  None but  th������ victim can realise ths  torture of this trouble, and many suffer from  lt  hopelessly  in the  belief  that It cannot be cured.      This is a  mistake;   sciatica is a nerve trouble,  a uu if tno SiarvctA nerves ars prope~4y  nourished   with   rich,   red   blood   the  trouble will soon disappear. Dr. Williams' Pink PJlls make just the new.  pure blood needed to feed the sciatica nerve and drive out the racking  pain.      It has been proved over and  over again that they can do this and  we offer now tho following additional  piece of evidence.      Mr. E. H. Pas-  torious,  Harrow,  Ont.,  says:   "Some  years ago I was terribly afflicted with  sciatica, starting Just in my hip and  then   extending   through   tho   leg   to  tho foot.     At the time I was attacked  I was away from home and had to be  brought      homo      on      a      mattress  in  a spring  waggon, and  the agony  of the trip was almost more than I  could endure.     Reaching home I was  not able to sit  up and remained  ln  bed for six weeks.      The doctor did  not help me and I tried a number of  medicines    recommended    by    neighbors.      I paid $5.00 a bottle for one  preparation, but It was no hotter than  tho rest, and I began to think thero  was no euro for me.     While suffering  .this untold misery Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills were    recommended,    and    my  wlfo KOt mo a supply.      In.tho course  of a few weeks I began to feci better  and could gf*t around with the aid of  a cane.      I kept on taking tho Pills  until all tho pain  disappeared and I  felt   as  well  an  ovor  I  did.    I  havo  never  had  .in  attack   of tho  trouble  since, and although I    am    now    05  years of ag-a I feel as vigorous aa I  did  at 40, all  of which' I ascribe to  Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills."  If you aro suffering from sciatica or  any nerve .ir blood troublo, begin to  euro yourself to-day by tho uno of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills, which will ansur-  ? odly do for v*ou what thoy havo dono  for others, if you givo them a fair  trial. Sold by all medicine dcalcrw  or by mall poBt paid at 50 cents a  box or hIx boxes for ^2.50 from Tho  Dr. Williams' Modlclno Co., Drock-  villc, Ont.  Ai> Irish Cornpl|ment  I     Tk.  . I       AA.  red hair and broad shoulders. Moreover, one glance at him gave you the  impression th���������t, as a nifty inflelder  ia the whisky game, he had hung up  a record" for accepting all chances.  A policeman, laying a heavy hand on  one of the broad shoulders, began to  make a few remarks about the necessity of a journey to the police court.  I don't care, said the Irishman,  whether you take me before that judge  or not.      He's an old fool.      That's  Inadvertent  Humor  of  Signs  Long before Dickens turned the  limelight upon the Tooley Street sign.  Carpets cleaned, advice given, furniture moved, and poetry written on  a-nv subject, the study of a city's signs  has interested the strolling stranger,  remarked a stopover tourist from the  West.  '"���������"'How suggestive that'sign'of a couple of ice dealers we saw this morning in Georgetown, "Cool and High."  And the versatality of his race was J  exhibited by an Indian ln a sign ivt-r  his shop on Ninth street, near -he  public library: Wood, Spaghetti, Co.1  and Olive Oil.���������all the Itiiian cur'.o-  _ity.  You se da sign, was the Delphic response: 1 don't know now whether  he had any or not.  _ As we neared the wharf, bound for  Mount Vernon, my wife pointed to a  great roof sign. Over a large supply  house:. "Iron sinks; Wood Floats, it  ran. ������������������* Humph, she sheered contemptuously, we d.dn't have to come all the  way from Indiana to find that out.  Weak Kidneys Don't Cure  Themselves  They need such help its Nature provides.  An excellent ������id to ironeired kidneya- is ^=. ���������  sweet nitre.    It ia  ono of the curative IS^������  _* 'I ���������������������������������������������Mil *',~.9.''f&i\<5&&S'x.  KiJlSan.. tit n'xitrJttX  .TKVog:  ioines.   Take   DR.    CLARK'S  SWEET   NITRE PILLS *t  once when, you . have  Ume  uuCja, p���������_s in  the joints,  "Pots before the eyes, frequent  headaches, etc.   They help you to hoalth  a^ keep you ���������well.     Sold  everywhere a*  An.* ccikio a dox or mailed direct by  BriE SARISa, SOLE g WYggg ���������0.  _S9--$_-B_f-rk-k_������     _!**���������-.  Do you really think he's a fool, asked the officer.  I think he's a fool, replied the prisoner, but I wouldn't like to take ths  chance of his feeling that way when  you get me *>efore him.  Cooking the Baltic Egg  In his hot letter to the King of  Montenegro, Baron d'Bstourelles de  Constant accuses him of setting the  world a Are to cook his egg, for a  second time. There is force In the  borrowed figure? Monteaegro can  hardly furnish more than 50,000  troops by robbing the cradle and the  grave, and a^force so small cannot  make much of a war. Far otherwise  will It be if Servia, Greece and Bulgaria take the field with ten times  as many men. /  You're ������ flue little fellow, buiu the  now pastor to the 6 year old son of  his parishioner, at whoBe house he had  arrived for tea. Won't you shake  hands and lot'i get acquainted?  Nope, said the line little fellow.  Won't neither. ������  Why, asked tho minister, havo I  done unyUiL-g to displease you?  Yop, was tho Impolite response.  Had to. have my face on' handa washed junt bocauso you wan comln'.  A novel adaptation of the automatic  machine haJ been installed at one of  the London railway stations. It is  intended for people who make the station a rendezvous- and run thjer risk  of missis.0* their friends. A penny  placed In "the machine brings a card  and a pencil, and the message written, it is placed in the frame of the  machine, and exhibited for three  hours. The man who cannot keep  his appointment is.thus given a chance  of making matters right with the  other party to the arrangement.  Here, began a woman known to a  writer in thi Canadian Courier, here's  an article in the evening paper on  Women's Work for the Feeblo Minded. '���������-  Her husband grunted���������being in a  reactionary *nood. I'd like to know,  he said, what women have ever done  for the feeble-minded?  They usually marry them, dear, replied his wife, sweetly.  wnen Yon Buy Matches,  Ask for  m am.  "z^zm  ^���������&^*^  *S7  *>     *"**������    "*"*ak.  ���������  They have a true  safety  head,   with   silent  . never  explode  if  Stepped   on.  1  Eddy's  Matches  have  satisfied  Canadians since 1851���������accept no other*.  The  immmaam  INSIST ON 'GETTING "'EDDY'S*  Washboards,   Wood  Paiis  and   Tubs,  Fibre Pails and Tubs.  ,ti.  They wore In tho unique section of  tho art museum and woro gnzlng at a  mummy swathed ln its cloth. Auto  or ftoronlano ncciilont, itvlrtontly, ono  man remarked. Ouohh it's tho former, returned his couipiinlon, for siu-,  there'll tho auto number, and lio  pointed to a card reading B.C., 87.  A woll-lmc.wn phyBlclan was examining a cluss of nurses. He described  tho condition of a patlont and aBkod  ono nurso how much morphlno ln hor  opinion Bhould bo admlnlutorod to tho  sufferer.  Eight gra'na, promptly roplied tho  nurse. The doctor mado no common!., uml L.io girl passed on.  Whon her turn ������amf> again she appeared groaJy confused and said to  tho examiner:. Doctor, I wIbIi to cor-  roct tho answer I mado tho last time.  I meant to sny that ono-olghth of a  grain shoull bo glvon to tho patlont.  Too laic, roiiiui'liod . the physician  without looking up from his question  paper.     Tho man Is dead.  Maypole Soap  W,  N.   U.   -ZS  (    s_^������  I       DYKS  MO  E KAOILY  I     Willi   Ma-t-peU  I -mo   that*   l*   i���������������  -���������ublcaad no muu  in    bene   dyoing.  Dye* cotlon, wool,  ���������ilk or ���������titture*. 24  4*r.ln--.'wlll gi*<! any  ���������had*. OAms 10c.  IAJ.4MJA     14^-W   )������*W<  .Ij'a'^^'a 414   4W.Al.Mkl4!  IwilhlMnklM"H*w  u Dy" htmm  " I I    F. L BIKE-HIT 8 69. Menlres!  ���������      ^mmmmmm^immmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmommmmmmummmm  Oh. John, sobbed Mrs. .Tohn. I'vo  doiiu buiueihiiiK awfuL and I'm almoin  afraid to toll vou but I must! I mado  a most awfal mistake thin morning  nnd nent your now dross suit to tho  rummage salo lnstoad of your old  one,- nnd whon T found out, what, T had  dono and ran ovor to got It hack it  had been aold  That's nil rleht, Mabel, dear, said  John amiably. I stopped lu at tho  nalo  myai'lf  and   botiKht It  back for  Ati    Ct'lltH.  * Applo trom 111 full bloom and rnmv  bi'rry cancn bearing frnit for tho so-  con'! tlmo thin fioauon may bo soon  at l'olnton. Lincolnshire.  J  rr*%. ..    Tlnml.    ,--���������    tl... ,. 1 .....     I���������    I.. 4^ A.ll* j-Im r.  11 syatotn of wiudihiic old bank notoH  nnd tluin putting thr.m through ������  ctiumlcul iirocouu, au this IB Cheaper  thus making now ones.  Instead of "patching up" your  house,  repair  fbr good with concrete  FEW hairjnf''CanhJfe'* c-i^ment, aomr-ritor-e and und and water, mixed and placed where needed,' will  .lu i-_._....   __.      -.itrL-^ ��������� ,              rovementn,���������be- they porch lloor,  Time, wear and wcatlicr Iiavo no  A I . .     mnlcean old home look like new.     What ia more important, the improvement*),,���������be they porch iloor,  foundations, itepi, chimney-caps, or column-baiei���������arc made to lajt.  *ff*><*t upon poncrf tf, tvrmpt to moV-'it fttronffAt^  Even if you have never uied concrete,, you can quickly learn how from our ltM-page book,  " What the Farmer can do with Concrete "  Which we will aend to you free upon requeat.    It will thow you how to build a concrete porch at well aa  how to uae concrete for icorea of other purpoiea around the home and on the farm,  Write for It to-day.    It ia abaolutely free.  rtrirXN yam buy  cwmsnt.  Hf  h# ttura it's 1 'Canada '*  1 *tms *   .  carta/-! a/ miihtfmcHonti'  AAAtmtm  Canada Cement Company  a_uwi*u  614   H������*rald    BuilJm-ir,    Monhreml  4^8^IllV--if?^l-\   Bmmmmm\    ^^  mmaoa cr%mHxmmm ���������:.--iiuh.'--) ������i_-i_i*i t_=_*twi  f\VH Ttm* Ttdbrmmlion Da*  ^mm pnrtmtnt *>lti nnsmisr nnv  ^m.m.,u.*m m,* itim mmm a<4 ������.������I444������,44j  mtUhoui aaibjatlttg you in any  way.  IIS*..    X, jt^'T" I '������C__���������J-TI'   I"N  <e___--^w mini asm  -mmtimkmMmmmmiimm  mammm  ,ti,mti.m,m,xm*  ;_K'_gt_-_____J'!'^__!-ff____'___l^^  m  m  -sses  giigyiiMlii, ,iwiiiii,.iitn>itiiji,i  "_**1  l.iiiwmi������l'ii|iwii,i|,i!il,i ii.ii  MMM  Jm  IS  l_MM_ m^yz  ���������������<&?%'$$  AMtfMMMWU.  ^"gKS^^&l^;^^  ���������ipia|jfwpa*l|^^  ���������':..:;:^.;:'iY YY-YY---Y;:YY:-Y';''-.Y''-'?'?:i;,'-^;' ?-?'''v.->---:r'- Y''Y'Y/-'-'.Y.YYY,,;YY--'YY,'1-Y'-'J'~'^ ~-.Y--''-Y'.'Yk/?^^  lis  _-:-V  OTKi?<OT^  '������������������ i ill ��������������� ajajpw  ;:^^^^fe^?Mt������������ilIIt  tiZUROPEJSH: SlTUATlONYCREATES  ���������   : ;  : A NERVOUS TENSION:  BLAMED   FOREIGNER'S'  For?Large increase ;\n'-.tithe  Cahadiars  ti ti-ti "��������� .tiDrlhV?Bi'l|:?YY?:;::.-'f^Y  Renfrew, Ont .���������-It is tlie people who  come? to us from; all the nations of tlie  A Con-jratulaiir^^ earth that wo blame for a large part  Czar'of ������Usste tci Servia on Sricc-sis   of the increase of our annual drink bill  I ANOTHER  OUTLET   FOR  THE   RE  of?War----Taken as a    ���������vyarriing  ��������� ,Germany arid Austria by the.  i r;pie  -.������������������/Entente... :?���������?;;.'���������' ��������������������������� ???''??'"���������  London;��������� Iri the present nervous���������  tension resulting-in the general Euro-;  pean situation, extreme importanca attaches? to i a telegramwhich the Czar  of Russia sent to King Peter of Servia  congratulating him that the Servian  armies had been successful in Macc-  to t in spite of our local Option victory;  also for tlio menace of the shim prob-  _-^aTv  mm  '-Iji'icA i!-i :*i^t f i-ji-rn  S.V/.V^ilwj -.���������V^.5"-' WJf_W?"^-.  IMMIGRATION :T0?AUSTRAL1A  'IY  in '^Ven^ -Months' 05,592 Went ���������%6'iCot-  pay But Iri .Sarne Time 45,623 L'itiftY?  ��������� Ottawa?.-��������� Recording to   oflfcial..'; reports received'here    the    Australian  It is Expected that the New Channel ; commonweaitiiduririg.ilK.: first seven  lem in our cities. ,  Y  This extract from the ; annual address of th- provincial president of  the W.C.T.U., Mrs. E. A. Stevens,  Toronto, was the dominant note in the  proceedings this afternoon at the convention ih session here. Mrs. Stevens dwelt at length on the import and  consumption of spirits in Canada, the  donia  without  the  need of  invoking j local option -..victories won in the pro  assistance from the outside. No iri  fornmtioh has come a3 to- the eftect  which thia telegrai:;, which was only  made public at a late hour, has created  in Vienna? but it may reasonably be  sufmSsed thdi it will be regarded as a  'most unpleasant and alarming demonstration. One has only to .remember  that but fo** German threats Russia  Would have mobilized against Austria  ti. Wlien the latter executed hoi* Bosnia  Herzegovina coup. > ' t ���������'������������������.������������������-���������*'���������  Y Servians  territorial '���������'.-jaiimbilIons,  now  vlnoe. ah.d?t,h'e-.'oanteen.questIon:  Co!. TheHon.Sum Hughes receiv-  pd a civnisidotable modicum of praise  *.ri' the president's address lor hia ac  will Greatly Relieve "the Congestion  at the Terminal Elevatoi-������---CSrain  to be Shipped to f.'linneapoiis Willis.  Moose. Jaw.-^-Starting on November  8, grain will be shipped to Minriea  lis and SL. Paul.at the same rate that  it ip/how shipped to Fort William and  Port Arthur? Y   ���������'"��������� ?  This cono*-ssion means much to  Southern -askatchewan, for grain will  be shipped to the Minneapolis mills  from here and from points east of here  In large quantities. Iti short/this  concession or. the part of the C.P .Tt.  Wiii probably drain southern -Saskatchewan and Alberta of its wheat, for  and grain.products they deal in. Such  buyers are' usually looking 'for a decline in prices before cbmihg into the  market to buy more than they need  for immediate requirements, and this  season many of them, have do-bilees *  held off, knowing that larse crops had  months  of  this  vear received? 9_,592f ������f^ raised? and   must  come  onthe  *m -while   ho  le<=s  than   45- ��������� Lmarket sooner or later.      The unfav-  '      ���������le   no  le^s  tnan   *0' lorable   weather  In   both; Europe  and  ���������TV:: J - ��������� ������������a^? *#& 5.-.-S-'.*-*i������5H_a  ���������-.'   ti :titi^^y^i'-y'^'y^tiiyi^tm  immigrants,  623  left the colciiy.'thus showing a.J .   ���������    .      ...        ���������.... ������������������-,���������-    a  .     -���������:.��������������������������� *v~-' ;      .. ti. ���������   ...... i America d'-vms: Anaupt find-SePte-fnl'iei  nee  gam -an-.ine;.-.-immigration  oi  imi/ i���������,��������� *~; ZJZ~: '.fl,  ..~-titi  .iti.tiztititi^titititi  KSmym?mm:w %a:*-m- -J  LESSON y!?~FOU RTHY ^pt^TiBl  :���������?-''???Y^0R?^^  '���������>S*Y  tion in regard ".to., the abolishing of .-.be.  navfgatibn *a the . great    lakes ; will  canieen system.  Getting   Little   Real  News  London,���������The newspapers of England, which haVe a brigade of special  correspondents as near the front as  the rival army commanders .Will allow them to. j;o, are angry over<thc*lr  almost openly avoWe^ar  ger points in the relation of tho great  power.       Austria will    not    tolerate  ji, 6n������ugt?   lu.: the   atatiiS   mViG J    A>"S5i,3,  by the Czar'*; telegram Congratulating  the Servians, practically approve-3 arid  commends them.  A Vienna dispatch to the Daily fliaii  clearly;states the Austrian position.  The overwhelming success pf;Ythe-  Bulgarian arid Servian armies is* not  regarded as t-ufflcierit warrant for modifying the determination of Austria  to maintain the status quo. Should  It necorae evident, however, thi.it the  status quo can"noj longer be upheld,  everything will depend on the attitude  of Servia toward her Austria-Hun-  gariari   neighbor This   statement  was furnished the correspondent on  unimpeachablo authority regarding  the attitude of the dual monarchy toward he new situation created by the  collapse of the Turkish army.  A  message  from   Berlin  says that  while the German gbvernriierit has, of  course   been vory : careful  to refrain  o>;pens������. They find thenisol^es paying  for long nispatcheR ''rnjiia.iiiing.���������'state  Information and dramatic descriptions of places which tlie armies ocr  cupied the veek before.  Punch hjt.s the nail ori the head by  publishing a enrtoon with the caption  uThe?Freed-m of the Press," and  ghoiirs a war Torrespnndent blindfbld-  pd and mounted on a blindfolded, hobbled horse. Two Balkan soldiers  with fixed bayonets stand on each side  of him while he is trying to write despatches.      ���������  \ The.Bystander holds that, the day  of the war correspondent is over, saying: '?.���������.'.���������':"-'"  Copimand-ng generals have learned  the lesson, taiight by the South African war arid the Manchurian war, that  the war correspondent is a menace to  successful strategy.  soon be at an end, and then this will  be a second outlet for thecrjop Of the  Canadian northwest?  Millions of bushe.'s of grain? which  otherwise would be shipped' east to  Kort William and stored there for the  wintar, will be gent south? sind the  terminal elevators1 will have a better  opportunity "*o; accommodate all. the  grain sent there which is too* late  for shipment east. ?  The car congestion is already serious in the southern portion, of this  province and in Albevta.  The C.P.R. has also announced a  reduction of 15 pe? cent, in settlers"  rates from tLe Pacific Coast states,-  This has br-en done with a view to  obtaining more immigrants for Western Conada from the settlers resident  on the "Pacific slope south of the  boundary.  mans, Italians. -Russians, Greeks,  Diines arid a limited number of Asiatics and coloi ed people. The activity  of some of the Australian states iri  sending capable officers; to Great Britain .and the extensive circulation of  the immigration literature, are .in the.  mam,, respp.isible for the increased  figures. Aii the third class accom-  . modations -on the principal lines of  steiani-vs leaving London for the Australian ports have been booked for  several months ahead:     '  It is estimated that? the present  year will constitute 'a'- record as regards the number of immigrants landing in the commonwealth.  T.sxt.&f-th^^s'sG  : . Ver*e;s,;;:i^  ; ���������".'(Ry V?'^T^t^meri'tary:;R ti^htiy-  ���������Hsy-   ��������� ti'-'^titi-G^mtitimnm   "��������� ti:::ti:'ti./:--:'tiyti;:'ti  - ���������   .      ���������   ^   :���������,-':  A'l-���������'^.'-'.. vo .     . ..,���������<.'���������;���������;���������  1 -vaii-i  iiiiYi3oubt'; ia.bbut?this ?dhapi^i-?-:  being tht prioassigried?JA)i" the world':?  temperartce Sunday? but; it ^a tiie oift '-'-  more than two weeks since, this Hap- vea?-.^^^^^^^#;;  pened, but the feeling of apprehen-tii*���������> ^^t^������������������ And;^ ���������^p-ro-teble;  sion has been aroased; and it will b**e%������,,**^ S������,m^H^WSftts Sxo^y  probably wax and wan4 as the chanjx- f^LlW-^,l-^ W^^h!^^ust ^  ing developments of the war situation ^r ln "^' S.^^M ^S '^^ti  are announced. In rtie meantime r!L,^ }^H, !^ Df ti?;^?f 0^?^?^a*?  there has sprung up a largely incrc-as- \ ^%*]^f?J";������**jJ^S*������;  ed demand for actual wii*3at by the \we^ot������i,^^t**^W^^^  legitimate -trade and along with it I^*������^Pl^a^9^\^V:mmm  increased speculative buying, "and ,JSnii t������^'^' ti^mmep^y  covering oi,cVmtracts by shorts in the i JtiSl^ ^ ^r^^^m  speculaUve^iarkets, all^tending to ad- j Sod fe so, ^*^trQm^^m  vance prices: at present, but- it will be   ^k n^^A-^d^S^^������  TM.K.ng intervention    s    Rome.-���������A diplomatic representative  fr6rii~any~ officiaiT provocativ.e^; utterance   of one of the Balkan states, a man  concerning '.he Balkan .'/situation,    in    - * J --������-*- -.-���������-,:,..  dividually German artillery tnien sniffed openly, at the suggestion in L.on-  -.������������ dcsvate���������t-B th*t no betl^cr-inhia-  atidu: of clrcuitstances could aii'i'-i'suu  f n?r of the tr^le entente of En^-i-ii,  rrsinf'rsnd luasla to embark In .iu:  v.iiu niprmaiiy at a moment wbf-n Aus-  lHit would not be able to oner Gv  iimuv ;ilTy?asi;ls',ance','..  rl-l..."    Jtl l.-p^l-Q1I     AA ������ g ��������� e������SCl~y     Lil^-f   "Srt.i-.i4 "*i  n f- w v;ar--������ airo, it was pointed >'H.  wh'i:' A'tatra -.-.Ized the provinces *f  l^-snia i-.'iilKerzegoyiria from Turkey.  Russia threatened to   interfere,   and  Polish  Feeling Awakens  ���������on d on. ���������A despatch to tbe: Daily  Mail says:  Por the first, time since Napoleon's  invasion of Russia a hundred years  ago the White Eagle of Poland is  raising its head and looking ~to_ the  threatened conflict ' between Austria  and .Russia to free the Polish nation  JAJii     I'lic   aajx^'tu.-  A\.iti->5JaiA. yua.13.  While the eyes of Europe are rivet-  ~.A-   f.^     4-1._    *.>.AAI^A^^.IJJ^     ^j-    frtt-*.*���������- n'H^  .^AA     V.A4      AUt;..   .������<l,l,1.Jl74.1t7AUICt     -A       4 JJJJA.OCT..   CAAllA  Macedonia", a great national movement  Is spreading in Poland. It seerits to  unite al! the Poles in common action  for the possible outbreak 6f-?host.iH-  ties between Russia and Austria. The  Polish nation numbers twenty-five  million, of v-hom twelve million are  Russian subjects, and over sis million  iasi cwo months, i^epii^.'-t-traon't Ai^Watv subjects. .There are two  think they are likely to come to an   minion Pole-? m America.  Caigary Seeks More  Lines  Calgary?���������Strong effort to induce  thi* C.P.R. to construct a number of  e::tcasiGris whleh will in euect form  a railway halt of the territory contiguous to* Calgary, will be made by the  Calgary board of trade. Following  are the extensions and branch lines  which tue '"joai'd Wjj.1 strive to Aiavc  the Cf.P..������.. build: ���������  A branch from a point at, or near  Caigarj' to a point at, or near, Cowley  andMh'en south-easteply.  A branch from point at, or near  Biackie, to* a point on the Aldersyde-  Lethbridge line, to a point ori the  Suffield-Kipn line, at or near township 12, ran������e 15 west of the fourth  meridian.  The extension of the Suffield-Kipp  ���������Ho'e Ir. a nGrth-sa-stcrly direction to a  point near Lhe mouth of Red Deer  River to connect with the Swift Cur-  rent-Bassano line...     l  noted for his statesmanlike qualities,  was asked bv a correspondent whether  he thought intervention by the powers  is^ at -haiia? arid what Welcome tlie^ Intervention is likely to receiveYfrom  the allies.   ''."   J-... '''���������:.���������>...-:, ..;���������:  The: lehan-ellorles  of Europe  have  : been discussing that question for the  is under the walls of Constantinople.  The Bulgarians  will   riot- enter  Con-.  stantlriople. \   The allies do not wish  to  add to the questions  arising out  Germany was expected    to come   to j of the?jvar the xery difficult problem  Austria-assistance.       England  and 'of the Khalwifate   and    the    Darden  Prance intimated that if Germany  undertook to act, they would attack  -the:-;^;:Fathe3*!and....Y,y.;GOTmahy-Y-.;:.:did:  mass -troops on the Russian Vfrbritier  ana1 warn the Czar against iriterveri-  tlon?whereupon; England^and France  quickly subsided, and the* Czar deserts  ed bv his allies, was compelled to  hold his hand? This, said the Teutonic authorities, is what undoubtedly will happen again if the same 'sit.ua-.  tion arises, despite the Czar's telegrarii  of congratulation to King Peter? of  Servia on his Balkan victories. It  was agrieed that the,Nicholas message  .-.   pOSBlOiy      Wit"!     Jllt.'JIJ'Jl'StUl    H.D     4A,   ..raililua ;  to Austria to keep out, but the Germans did not regard'.,ft as, a warning  ^which heed cause thetati'serious alarm.  CHOLERA   DESTROYING  HOGS  dies. If when this point is reached  European offers mediation we shall  beg.her to allow us to settle with the  .Turk'albiie V"','Y''';' '^-ti-  ti- The children of the Berlin? treaty  have-grown up and won by their blood  lhe right to dispense with parental  guidance? They know how to be d's-  "ci'oet. If the powers really want to  put an -end to the" war, they have only  to coT_pol-the Port to proclaim autonomy for Macedonia. ti-.-.  WILL KNOW EXACT TIME  The information uoon which the  corresppHusnc uSs63 t-lis rGregoiAAg is  somewhat slim, being to the effect that  meetings af.^. taking place all over  Galicia ivith a view to removing'the  political d ifftrericea existing between  the different parties in Poland and between the Poles and Russians. /  Adopt Metric Carat  New; York. ���������Fifty leading jewellers  of the :XTii!te3' States voted to adopt  the metric carat as the - standard1^of  -weight for diamonds. Under the  new tstandard a.rcajat will weigh ������30  miA-ligrammes; '.under the. '.old'.'itj  weight." *��������� 5 20B trillllgrainnies. The i* .-  terriationa! carat is In use all  oVer the world? except in England,  Holland, Belgium and the United  States. A committee was appointed  to ask _ong*-ess to make it tbe'vonly  legal carat in the country:.  SUFFRAGETTE IS FREED  Objecting    to    filling    One    Animal  When it Sickens, Farmers Lose  ^ Heavily  Moose Jaw.���������An outbreak of hog  cholera would appear to have broken  out In the'province, especially in this  district. Although it has been given  other names, It seems certain that in  many narts *he sickness which has  ravase'Tt, the herds, is none other than  the dpclmlnatlng cholera Itself. The  authorities at Regina have been informed from several pln-pes. An  Inspector has been sent out but before his arrival in the affected territory,1 It has been too late to do anything. It oocms that the farmers  bave grudKod "killing sickened animals  with tho result that whole herds have  died oft.  It la reported that somo cases have  been iocated in ,Sa������K������\toon and many  other places, but that the farmers  refuse to admit that, tho mortality Is  due to chol-jwi. Word has boon received hero, Ijowevor. that whore flip  disease hri!a been most prevalent It hat*  been successfully dlngonlsed as hog  cholera by the authorities.  mm*mm^m**mm*mmmmm*s*m*min mm" ���������*��������� ������������������*������������������  DRINKING  CUP  ABOLISHED  tn   eurdpe  ano   AnlcriC.*   true"    ������������,.c-  ,    less is Establisheel  Paris.rH-The exact time at a given  moment, in America and Europe,, wil)  be established shortly by wireless  telegraphy. About the middle of  November 't will be possible for the  first time to establish with precision  the longtitudes of America and Europe  in their relation to each other by the  exchangoiof wireless signals between  the great .station at "Arlington, Va...  and the Eiffel Tower in Paris and  other European stations.  Commander Hough at. the international Time Conference "here declared  that the observatory in Washington  was now distributing the time with  errors of only one-thousandth part of  a second. Hitherto European and  American time has boen distributed  by cable, allowances being made for  loss of time, in IransmlBsion, and the  time has ho.������n re-ndjusted only three  ilmefl���������In 1SCG?1870, and 1S72.  Mi3S Gladys Evans' Has Had Punish-  . -ment Enough, Holds Ivlaglstrate---  Dubllri.���������Wiss Grladys YEyaris, the  militant suffragette, who was re-arrested October 23 for failing to report to the police, was;discharged, the  magistrate holding that the six davs  she had remrjned in jai^was.sunlcle-at  punishment  Miss Evanc. who was sentenced  August 7 to five years in prison for  incendiarism, is out or, license. After  her release again today she declared  that no matter how often she was arrested and punished she would not report herself to the police?  Edmonton to St.   Paul  Moose Jaw .���������-Next spring a  through train between Edmonton and  St. Paul will bevpiit ori over the Outlook branch '.which.--- was opened last  week. It will be a faut service and  will < shorteri the time betw ������en those  two cities by some twenty hours. Already ths freight traSIc over that  branch is very heavy, over one hundred cars being received in one day  from the north. Y.  NEW   SUFFRAGETTE   PHASE  From Every Railway arid Vessel In  thnHUnlted Statea  WashlnRton, D.C. ��������� Socrotary of  the Treasury MaoVeagh with ono  uwoop luiri aboIlHhod the tlmo honored public drinking cup from railroad cars, vcbhoIr and othor convoy,  nnoen operator! in Intor-ntnto traffU'.  and from depotn and waiting rooms of  common carriers. This sweeping  order against any drinking onp. gJa������H,  or vessel for common use, offoctlvo  Immprtlntoly, Is In the Jnierost of the  nation's health and Is a direct result  of an Investigation hy the ITnltod  States public health service, a branch  ��������� of the Troa������inry Dopartment, which  holds thn drinklnnr cup to ho a monnno  bh a carrier of dtHoiiBo.  cup, It Is nald may contain thousands I  of buctoula from dlsoaso-lnfectod por.  nous.  Getting Rich Through Malls  Ottawa.���������Postmaster General Hitchcock, of the' Uiiilttd Stafji'S and Hon..  1.4.. P. Pelletier are uniting hi a cru--  Eade against mail order sharka who  nro iiMlng thu malls of both countries  Tor fraudulent purposos. Get rich  quick men arc according to ihii poBt  olllco imthorltlea, Increasing In Canada  at a (llsturbing rate, many of thoso  who liave boen driven out of Now  York, Chicago und othor American  oltioH, havli)'; turned thoir attention  to Canada iv-i a pavtlculorly rich territory for thou* Uno ot endeavor. Tin*  matter has been taken up jointly by  (he heads of tho post off loon of the  two countries, tho American authorities nro Kindly oo-oporatlng in the  offort, to protoct citizens of the Dominion  froni  the-m fraudnlont  concerns.  Australian Women Resist Law Against  Long Hatpins  Sydney, N.S.W.���������For wearing"hatpins that protruded too far, most, of  them prominent ln society, four' women were convicted and fined today  In a Sydney court. They went?to  jail rather than pay their fines, declaring they would not subriiit. to iniquitous and unnecessary legislation.) .  The city authorities face a situation  similar to that growing out of the suffragette demonstrations in England,  as the women assert that if further  arrests and imprisonment are ordered  bpcauso of tho hatpin ordinance they  will declare r 'hunger' 'strike' In jail.  Coal Fields In North  Vancouver���������;Mal}och of the Dominion geological survey, Ottawa, who has  lust, returned ��������� from the Ground Hog  basin, a now coal field In the north,  says:���������  The field Is hardly ao extensive as  at first, supposed and Ir somewhat cut  by faulting. Thore prorliiseR, however to be an enormous torinago?avail-  able for mining if the coal. can bo  doscrlbod iu an anthracite, 'picked  maniples running nt, 35 to 85 por cont  In fixed carbon. One Vancouver  company which la doing quito a lot of  development will keep a party of workmen thoro during the winter.  Offers a Third Cup  Chicago.���������-Sir . Thomas YLipton will  offer a third cup to be sailed for ori  the Great L,akes, according to announcement he made here* at a luncheon given him'by Chfcago yachtsriien.  The naming of the -class iri which the  competition wil! be held, was left to  a cornmittee. Sir" Thomas already  is the donor of the Lipton tropliy and  the Columbia Yacht Club cup.  Railway   Board   Coming   West  Ottawa.���������The first autumn Western  sittings, the Railway Commission has  held within recent years will commence at Winnipeg November 11.  The Board will also include in its itinerary Lethbridge, Regina, Moose Jaw.  Saskatoon. Oalgary, Le Pas, Edmonton, Nelson, Vancouver and Victoria.  A sitting wi.l be held in Fort William  on the 8th,  well to remember that in spite of the  war the production j>f grain and feed  stuffs in the northern hemisphere  this year has been unusually large in  the aggrega.te> arid provides a surplus  above the year's requirements. Therefore; while: we may see a more or less  f.^~.r.1Af.m~ Xxlf. '     -^^-.������U������^ f������. ������������U.;������  w..^,Ul>. U>WJC UU .0,111.^: AAA J*. .^/CO  throush sentiment caused by the war.  or v/hich is more likely a series of advances and declines as the war progresses, prices will in time come back  to their commercial level as governed  by supply and demand for consumpr  tion, and the evidence is that for some  Xt^vmmx       Xm*.       <*���������**-.*���������*-*, ;_      ���������H'*._i A--''������1l'>f>'������>l'*l'������'      *������T|I'0 I       V*. 41% <   ] fj, 1*_r_ji  bijuu-c rx\j   t-vjiiic   oittr   n**h*h>*j    ���������*���������������***   iww   _**4* ow  and liberal.      The: movement of the  crops   has  been delayed  but  in  the  United States and western Canada at  I least it is now in full swing. Visible  supplies are^. increasing, but the shipping arid export trade being so large  the accumulation in storage centres is  not.so large?as might be expected from  the size Of the movement.     The primary  movement  in the United  States  since July 1st to date has been 1.37,-  073,000 bus. of wheat against 92.793,-  000 bus.-in --lame period last year, an  increase thi-syeaf of 44,-280,000 hus.  and yet  the U.S.   visible  supply is  only   3S;68&,060  bus.   against  61,815,-  000 bus. a "year ago.     Increase of exports of wheat and flour to Enrone  and the filling to some extent of depleted stocks in the domestic trade, accounts for this great absorption of the  primary movement as compared with  a 3rear ago.      Last week the increase  in-the U.S. visible supply was 2,251,-  000 bushels c-ompared    with      an increase of 1,534,000 bus.   a year ago.  Our Canadian visible supply increased  2:224..000 bus. for the week compared   hvintrfn* fiT+h fM,5f"������������a/x xtit  to an incrcasf cf 483,000 bus. last year  and it now stands at 11,428,000   bus.  against 7,430,000    bus.    a year-   ago.  The European visible increased 3.486,-  000  against an increase of 1,200,000  bus. a year ago, arid is now 81.860,000  bus. against 84,828,000 bus a year ago.  The world's visible; supply, according  to  Bradstreets,   rhade  last   week  the  large-" iuert-ase    ������->f.   11,284,000    bv*.-:  against ah increase of 5,855,000 bus.  a vear. ago; and stands now at 154,-  342,000  a year a  irig wheat ��������� crops and the ?S8eding of  new ���������Winter wheat crops in the ,various  countries is good. In the Argentine  arid Australia the crops to be harvested in December and January are making good progress under favorable  conditions. Th'e month of November  if? .liable .to be a critical moijth on the,  crops in these countries as they are  apt to run into drouth but ho far the  prospect is satisfactory. This week  the International Agricultural Institute St Rom������ Issued Its .estimates of  the yield of the crops in the northern  hemisphere for. 1912 with comparison  with Wil as follows, in bushels, viz:  1912 1911  3.262,648,000    3,042,400,000  2,236,348,000  3,536,340,000  1,258,560,000  all    world's  the king, made glad by lies and wiclf  ednes������, joiaihg hands with scorti&gtiti:  and giving himself bottles- of;%i_^?'  (verses 3-7). Aharz would fi_ Yth^?Y  bili perfectly (II Chron. "jacviiiY??l^Y?  19).'..- PMde, drunkenness,?rebelii--o??a;-,--������������  against, God,\giving streingth'to-Strang.?-:Y?*|iiH  era and uubcIous but manifest rih^iiiYYSYgiH  al failure (verses 9, 10? 13,Y14) -;are ? tititiiM  some characteristics of the drurikaS*d ?-?*yI  set forth in. these' verses?'1" v-'->--"YY'--'Y;:;YYiiS  .���������..-���������In verses 11, 16, we see?reiiahc-';UiV?^^|ii|  on human help instead of'Upori God??:^?!1  ari.j   Wo art.   romlmloA      r.f .   +v,A. ���������.W.������.i?;i:--.'iiKo'W!>c  - -���������    ..-.^'-���������...^.^m.        .^f������     ...;   VAAK^..-,.   AAABAAAgr.1. .,���������   ���������:,^:..,V.vr  cures for drunkenness tried iri?-orii--??  fpr inebriates, when there is only 0*n^?  mar  can  really deliver.       He  is?-l-??  ways ready to have riiercy and mayZti  he heard saving to the drurikard?and? ;  to every sinner, "Thou hast destroyed; ?  thyself, -but in Me is thine help'5^ C^I;?  6;   xiii/ 9).   Israel,  here called Eph-  raim, is spoken of l%f many^ways^and'-'ti  Ity many figures regarding their tiihi-.  Ing away from the Lord, arid these  words are   true also  r������f gil ; siriri*;*i*s ���������  "Destroyed for   lack    of   Snos^leifee^  forgotten the ilaw iof GoS? left bl^ ti������?  taHe heed to the Lord, have sowpLV-th-??  wind aed shall reap ' vthe;?^lrlwfed?'?:  have plowed    wickedness Yarid-'*_*_������!!���������  l-eap iniquity"  (iv. -^6. IQr ���������vaii??;? xY������  13). The cry of the Lord to the; WariiiY  dering ones  to return    toY Hiiri?   Ia -;  heard in such words as these:v"Re.  turn utfto the Lord tby^God, -dr tb������u ���������  hast fallen by^ thine iniquity.     ^Tako ?  with- you words arid; turn to the Lord??'  I   will  _eai  their backsliding;   I?will.'  love them; freely" (xiv. 1, 2, 4),      ? -;  Two remarkable figures describing -  the pj-ofessei* people of God in jtheir?  wanderings -from"-'Kim kve, "A   caice  not    turned:''        "An      empty? :5v_ae---  ���������titiiM  ....U^^.A....,^:.,.^.:  o,   ji..   -i, auggesiuig tneiire thatYis vY^  right   outwardly,   butYwrong  on?'--tho'tiM  other side, and also the    life    which -?S?  seeks only itsrbwri happiness. Drririk-?? ???  ards. opium fiends and su_h like aire??������?  of all people, apt to be the ;most sei-??Y;  fis'i and nni"fcasonahie?and rebellious, \??Y  counting all others foolish?and?^hmd,???  -joined to their IdolsYandvdeslr_ig^to-Y?I  :be.'-!et':'aiorie7(i_:.?-^  even such there Is deliverarice if-tlievY#?  ���������_-���������---���������������������������    ���������    x ir,-axontici u.        Will only turn to the Lord. ProphecytititititiA  bus.  against 17o,643.000 bus. i has become to me a fascinating studv " Y  ago.      The ou������.look for grow-   piriee I began to receive it ris a light    ���������?  TEUEGRAPH8  IN  THE  NORTH  Pen������loner for B0 Ye*ir# <  London.���������Sorgeant  Honry  Iiarncti. j  ������ CrluM>an vftiomu, who dlod at N*>**���������!  Fmry,  Chonhlro, drow  u  ponnlon  for  nearly fifty years.      Aftor Balaclava  li*  wuu   iturM'Ail   bv  Flor^nco  NlKhlin-  gale.  Anlw������nrp.---Th������������ body ot a traveler  Jn diamonds named Provo, who disappeared a /ew wenkfl ago while car-  rylnn nsoma worth a very lanjo num.  mmm uiiuu luu.iu  cioveinment Line to  Port. McMurray  ProgresBlrig  Kdinoiiton ���������Moro thhn soventy-fivc  mlloB of right of way of tho Dominion  Government tolograph line from Ath-  ahiiMCA rjHiid'ng to Port, McMurray, a  a. .irini-imri 'll'itJUiM- or 2*10 mttex huvo been r-lfar-  #h""������"_ \������A during tho present fall undor tho  d!notion of C.  D.  Cnrrior, chief on-  gincor, antl ?T,  P.   TJennott, aHHlHtant  who camo Into the city from tho north.  The Uno will he completed imd In op-  '���������rutlon In ab-ut fourleon months.  C.P.R.  HAS BIG INCOME  Gro������������ Earnings In Nine Months Were  yyViv WW|ww v  WltinliiPK ��������� C.P.R". wrosii oarnln������-fl  in Bt'pLeinlu r wi-ro -ilovoii and t. half  million dollars. Working expem-on  wnre wovnn and a third and not, pro-  fitN four and a quarter mlllloim. l*nnt  Canvass of Volunteers In Vancouver  Vnncoiivov.���������In viow of tho possibility of a conflict In IQuropo, members  of tho volunleor ruillfia In Vancouver  durlnn; the last, fow days havo xbcon  quietly nppi'oachod with a view to uh-  oonalnlug whothor or not thoy, are  ready lo go out to ilRht. Tho can-  vua.H of Iho mon haa'been carried out  In tho qulotohl; manner possible, much  lu tho Hiimn manner lt was doiio bo-  fore tho call nis of the colonial forcoa  togother at '.lio I line of tho Boor war.  Heroism Honored  London.���������The king Iiuh awarded the  ICd ward medal (sooond-chiHs) to  l-lrru'Ht. ThaiiUoray, who ontorod a  man Itolo In a blatii furnaco at Scuti-  thorpe, to rescue a fellow workman  named Llghtowler, who waH overcome  by kiin. LI������litowlor was (load when  lie wrm lakiv.t from ilic niiniliole, nnd  Calgary Gets Valuable Collection  London, Ont.���������The city of Caigary  is to be the recipient of .lamps Turner's famous collection of naturalist  specimens. J. L. Moody of that city  having purchased It from the London  owners for the Calgary museum. The  specimens of birds, animals and -curiosities have been collected for tho  iH/tjt half century.  Should Study Labor Conditions  Ottawa.���������F. C. Wade, K.O., president of the industrial Poaco association, la an address before members  of tho board of trude advised a doop-  er_ In Infest and more study of tho  labor situation by tho general public  In Canada as one of the solutions of  industrial diflhiultioa,  THE MARKETTREPORT  Weekly Grain Letter Supplied by  Thompson, 8on** *% Co-, Grain Merchants, Winnipeg.  Winnipeg, Oct., 23rd, 1012.��������� The  wujlu't* vViu'.it liiuikul liuihiK the jiut,!.  week has been llutlorlnB between tho  fear of tho Inlluonco to advance prlcon  on vhe part of possible dovolopmepts  lu tbe Kiiropenn war, and t)io fact  that abundance of wheal and other  ���������milu has boon produced this your in  Europe and North America, and the  prospect, that tho neM. wheat crop In  India and ln the wheat "lowinK coun-  t.vH-a of the poulliftrn hom!'*phcre may  nlso turn out lurKo yields. Ifor some  days after the date of our hint, weokly  revltiw, tli ore was u gonorally easier  foollnw in all wheal inarkots, ������nd tlio  HWing mnt'lott and Hlmrj* advance tlmt  took place from thu i'tli to tho Htli  Inst,, with ilH fliibnei|ueiH Hharp n������-  tSK'tloii, was nearly puhhIhb out. of  iiilnd.      VnHteiilay inn! loday, however  Thaekeray  was  uuhcohsoIoiih till tho   si ronowal of the war Hcaro nontlmcnt  .       ,  .... I    > -..     ���������....!     m1..f.���������     ....I,....      .!...���������  Wheat  Corn .-. ..3,594,574,000  Oats-.... 4,269.020,000  Rye     ......1,382,855.000  These figures    Include  crops except the Argentine, Australia  and Chili.  In our Winnipeg market trade during the week has been active and demand usually good.      The movement  of grain from the west   is    now    the  largest on record.    "In the last seven  days   there  have   been   Inspected  at.  Winnipeg 7034 cars of wheat. agaiiiHl  5690 cars in same period    last   year.  This means that there aro over a million bushels of wheat per day rolling  past  Winnipeg,  besides  from  250  to  .300 ears per day, composed of oats,  barley  and   flux.   The  big  niuvemoiiL  has begun to cause accumulation in-  the terminal elevators at Port William  und Port Arthur,      Last, wook -thero  was an Increase of 2.191.R92 bufili"lH  ,of wheat at these points, n,nd the total  amount  In  store  was  8,010,226  bu������j.  against 5,898,110 bus. a year ajvo. Tlie'  shipments wero 3,877,051 bus. agalni*t  4,285,775 bus.   same week last  year.  Tho porcontago    of    No    Grade,    or  tough wheat coming along    is    now  much loss than it was two or threo  weeks uro. ,   To-day's cash piicua are  1 Nor., 91c; 2 Nor., 88o: 3 Nor., 87c;  No.  4 wheat,, 8314c; No, 5, 74$: No.  6, 68c; Peed wheat, 58c; No. 1 /lb-������rta  Red Winter, Me;   No,  2 A.It., R8e;  No. 3 A.R., 87c.      Thoso prk***������i aro  for cars Jutnt past, ���������Winnipeg, ear-i not-  ually In store Fort William aro worth  V*c. to le,. more.    Futures closed Oct.  92c;  Nov., no'&c;  Dec, 87^c;  .May.  93%c.  Oata���������  The receipts of oats are liberal nnd  demand Is Rood but not iirgoul and  prices nro about unchanged on the  wook. Today's prices are No. 2  O.W., ilUMiC; .'; {JY.V., .r,'e; iiix. L  Fd.. 37Vii<-: 1 Fd., We; 2 Fi,., 3(U*.  Futures closed Oct., 38%o; Nov,, ;,0e;  Doc, 34^c.  Barley���������  Tho barley markot In a little easier  under largo recelptn bnt demand In  fulr. To-day's prices? aro No,,, 3,  5r������VjC, No. I, liUfcft' Hojectod, 47y4c;  Food, 47c  .IU    Ullt IUU   111   .A,   ������J������tl Iw    lll.lll   I   ������>���������>>���������      I..v...v.... .,.'     -.,  *.,���������.,.���������,.,, rr������,���������   nn.nnr  of   Hia  n������m\r    ., i flllrlV-nl*    millions:    WOrlllnif   l������Vpft|U*OH  man named Voi*Koutn, who Ih pro ml n-  *nt in iportlnn circles, has been ur-  rested  twonty.lwo aud a half milllonii, and  net profits I n hi lieu uml u   lmlf  lions.  mil-  Rob Setrvlce Off to Balk-ins  Toronto.* -Uoborl W. Service, author of "SbiiRj ot tho Sour DouKh," and  other poctiiM and ������torlen ������f U������e Yukon  ..������.,!     II,,.    ..ia. if      l������    ftff    l,\    tlw.    T'nlVlirt������  in tho hope i>f seeing uomo of l.h*������ ll������,ht-  Itik bntwi-iv* Turliey ami Hie iuiiiuui  {tlatva. H; will leave New York nt*  Friday.  booffi, mill from the cIoho of Amorlcan  nail Ciinaillnn market'.! on Mond'iv until lhe I'hii'i' of today prleori nhow :nl-  vi'iusi'i* of'l'-i to 2c per biiHhel, and  roughly ihey are Ic.. IiIkIht Uuui (hey  t.\r,tnrA tlilH dnv wnek. Niitnrnllv In  th������<5f1frr������,'ieni  'iHiuuion of thliiKH thore  1)1 U^ I   I"* UliiiilliAlliiH Ol   iiiiii ill.in,n.   iiiiii-  crr- 'v������ul bnl'>M*n, whi> de������lre to Increuso  shin ing is a; diark place���������-the wqrds bf  the Holy.;;; Spirit; by ��������� holy .men, ��������� th at wW  inlghi Know what v"3od,?isYdoIii^.:'i*iiici0^  is goirigv-to:d������>Y written fofeorit lea,rnlhiS?'?  that we thrpnghpatijerice arid'cbirifort i-^  of  the  Scrlptrires   might-have- ;hbpo'' ?  (11 Pet:   1, 19-21^ Anios Hi; 7; ^iom^i Y?  yv. 4)*,. since I have algo fburid ^hat  He,. Jesus   Christ  Hiriiself;? arid ? ftis ?'  people Israel are the Center of all the??-  prophecy and that everywhere,His arid Y-  their glorious future Is predicted :-ah'titi  bringi-ng blessing to the v/liole world  (Acts x.   43;   Rev.   xlx,  10; "Isa? "Ix.  1-3:   ixilv 1-3).      In all prophecy JH������  tells Israel plainly tliev>. sin.'/, rebukes /  them, pleadu    with    them,.,, ohiisteria ?  them, but always tells of a glorious  future, when they  shall  see evil .no?  more, after they shrill have truly re-?;  pented and received their Messiah Y   ?  We might not have    thought?.."that."  Hob. xi, 1.    had    any    reference    to  Christ.      "When Isracil' wai' avclilld.  thon T loved him. and called, my Son  out of Egypt,"' jf we had not read it  Jn Matt.    II,   15.        But   everywhere  thfvre nre ������uch plain or hldflen references, to Him?      Ser>  His  and ���������'the!'.;'-  glorious re������**rrectlon In ehftnter vi, 2,  3; "After two day1* will He revive us.,  In  the third dav Ho will in!mo us im?."  and we p'nUl live lu 7Hs fii^ht.    Hin  n;ciiiHv forth 's prepared as the morn-  iPK."   / *  in the ro-'ised version . Mint lost";!'  clause is ".fliiri������ an rha movniMgY' Ro-  t.lierhilw trnuBlr'tna it. "Like the dawn ;  Ie Ilia comlnr** forth aswiiT.d'." And  nnnthet* trannlates It: "lite comlnfi  is !\m enrtaln n������ the dawn." It lf������ po**-  f*������ol;lv In accordance with HV������b,' ||, !*���������  TTeb! >*. 37. '"Thorn-h. it tarry? woH,  for ir, bociiui-i' it wUl Biirelv cuiiiei. ''*  will not tarrv." "For vot a ��������� lit.fl*>  will!**, and ,1t> that ahall come will  come nnd will not tarry." In tho  context of these two and In tw*o other  -v���������,,.,-,<��������� vre have tho four times ropeat-  od savlno;: "iMie .hist shall llvo by  faith" (1-Icb. II. 4; Horn. 1,17: Gal. Ill,  ri; Mob. *, 38). Mny we follow on  diligently to know the Lord.jnntjl.wo  ner. Him face to f:\co.  The words In Hoa, xlll, 14; eoiicern-  Ino: death and the grave takes lis to  Is:i. xxv. 8, 9, and on to 3 Cor. xv.  26, 54, 56; Rev. xxl, 4, when tho lant  '���������noTiiy, dna*.^. Phall he doHtroyod and  from Eiich words an these 1 fool nuth-  orl/eil to nay that. God hatos? dei\th.  Wln.it more linportaiit word could w<#  have for our nonla than TTos.'xIl. fl:  "Tnrn thon.ic. thv Ood. Koop mercy  and .tud'-rpHUH  and  wait  on .thy, God-  < '.i.'tl'JiuiJl1 -." The    HWKii.iUv.    iti    not  flosea's, hut tho word of the Lord by  Hohou, who wjih eonteniporary with  'iwihih (Won. i, I. ,81.' :      .-.,;..  ' '*   " ���������. ' ;���������  thi'ii h������Mrtlni'������ of the' dlfftirent gralau J Duluth.  May bo Another Strip's  CalKary. That a   utriko   of   nilno  worl.era In tho ('row's Nostt district  would i-i'Miill" unJoHiii Iho opera torn and  einployoen   nettled   their   differences  ..,,,,.-    .���������,..-,I.,t..^    |���������4V    Jiboi'llv        UH*       t)lA  Tho  fiav  nmrkiit   has   miffered  an-j oplni<i������i   ���������n-siiir^Hsi'-tl   hy   Clem   Wlubbi*, *  othor decline of about    -to.    on    tho i 'prenlileiil   of   the   dlidrlct   IX,   Unltrtd'  week, HeeelptH arn large aiid quality  Ifi.KOOd, Today's prlc"������ ore No. 1  N.W. Canadian, 134c; No. C.W.,  182e:  Futur'iH    eloaed    Oct...    132'/{.c:  Nov., i.MMiC;   Dec,  l**iic,  . .,       . .        . i  " ���������  .141     11141.1,.,     l.|>..     >4.������k,>.l4     I'.A     Mt.l.Hl,.      4.������  Htoro Fori William, Port Arthur nnd  Minn VV.ii'|rei������������ of America.      Tbo mill-  ci'*.t huvo uiado several ineffccluul nt* ���������  lc������������i>tn to have the   dlfferenooH   nuiv  milted-to a board of arbitration. Tho  Crov/H NimL imuu coal uoinpuiner*    \a  I . .........      !.....������������.      ,1      ...... ��������� ,..,.,-������..���������'  ll.A,    ...n... I'.A.,,;       I..,'   ......     ������.y..        ,������ M.....A,  ivatihl dlre^ly nttmt ?w00t? mlit������>r������ in  th* dlnuicl.  _M___U  itttiiii'iMiiigi  ii������������^i*Wj^i^^liWHUIi  ������^agiiiiiii&a>mff������ar  WIWIWIIWMMIIll  i_il__ii__if___i  >__  mum  l|M4H^AU.|l������W4-MWWAAIA.4U^4.tftlll*l*W..M^AI,^. aWBrnm  :������������������-,-���������_   '|'-i[^--A-^4^������^^fA.i|*<1Ji|.i|tr  i awn mmiii  tiwtf..^. irwiLii. HAiWiyrt-4''rti.ttirti'iY lli'n_. tf&A?ta-AVII^.ll.|tfiifiiiffni.rtf 'TiT.T'  sa5Bs^������TF^'iw^mit,.'i44^^w.-^i~������������  mlt^ffifi^^^ifeimmi  <^ga^i^tg^  *>;^*'*^;fYS  -TJ-J_^'X)ii^  ^ro_!       ^    /SS..' fi?  #%?  ���������TA>-_ "  .   *  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'1  ask for underwear, ask for HeWSpn'S   Unshrinkable.  BILLIARDS AND POOL, HOT OR COLD  BATHS, CIGARS, CIGARETTES AND  CONFECTSONS.  AND SET.  O A  _-,__iOC  ������V.A"llALrfV^ *"V*-'  laoriii Trvjrt*  *-������ m V 1-* *mf A   ���������������   A^������  is  Hi  m  Q A U  U AT"-TS-TI     P\   umn  OMivi n/-\s r iL_._--.L_/ji iup.  = 1  'JLLil  OVR NEW METHOD TREAT>-_NT ^rill cure you and'-mako- a *mtui of  yon. Under its inQuence the br~i- bee���������i���������-tu'-vt*'. xii.* "Uk-v-d purii'oJ. so that all  pimples, blotches and vicars hiMii ur>: tlio t-ervcs V-c^o:--;*. siro2_ cs sice, sa tail*".  nervousness, b_shfulness and <iespcii<.Icaoy ������������������acres'": l:* en-s Wi-ci^-i? c������fi5ii\- th������  tace ������uU and clear, energy rat������__5 to tie body. _=- _*.? i:ier.l, pb\vical and iu������jtal  ���������systems are invisorate-d" all drr-ins ceass���������no "ore -\-it_l ,vrasta fro.-n.th_ system.  Tou feel yourself a man and know inarr'ure eaano. e _ a lauaro. I>aa t ie*. quacks  jail fakirs rob you o_ your hard earned ������. Aiars.  EST* NO NAMES USED WITHOUT -WRITTEN CONSENT  EK-ZOUS JJ,  METHODIST CHURCH  Hi Services will lie held overv Sunday ;us  ^1 follows:  Morning - - 11:01) a. in.  Evening   - - -    . 7.-0 p. ni.  Sabbath School 2:20 p.'m.  You aie ^welcome  fco tarry  with us.  Fred I.. cVrpentov  Pastor  PRESS YT12RI AN    CHURCH  Service every  Sunday   at   11 a.m.  and 7:30 p. in.  Sub-bath School at2:30 p. iu.  Adult  Bible Class at close of evening* service.  W. G. Blake  Minister  The Basket Social held at the home of  Robt. Kifer, undei* the anspices of the  Union Ladies Aid, on Hallowe'en was  fairly well attended. All present thoroughly enjoyed l_t_j_elvesY The 'entertainment which followed the sale of  the baskets was a grand success. The  proceeds of the evening will, go toward  buying a new organ which is niuchneed-  ed at the Sunday Services held in the  school bouse.  The regular roeetiug of the Union  Ladies Aid wi;ll be held in the school on  tha first Tuesday of every month dur-  iug tha winter.  Moro new  houses, are being built iu  the rcsidentul district, to accommodate j  tbe men employed by the Oanyon. City  Lumber Co.,   who  wish  to .have  their  families with lhe.ii.  ������������The new school house is nearlng com-  plviiou, unci ia n very v*.**-t*j-dt!io aud iii���������  tractive building.  "DaiV Brow ell is improving bis house  with a coat of paint.  Another fine deer is reported to have  been killed by a party of hunters tbe  ������  first of the week.  B. H. Swanson of Vancouver, who  purchased a lot here about two years  ago was here the first of the week looking over-his buy. Ke reports tnat jjo  is very well satisfied and also says,  ' 'There is more fruit land in tins belt  ��������� than at any other place in the Province  that I have seen."  .-''* ��������� V:V|  'ti/'-..-:  2  cars  of  Massey-Harris  implements*  shipped,    i car of sleighs.  irsmmmym i 'ma *n  UII  ���������������-������_.      _������__  mT������m*g*Sg*������9aB   JE3P>     .55?_    ^_������n_ _���������-������      Oil nam  A ti&JT\  fXl^atiS  r\r_TVT A TO .���������r_lVT,T'" AI    _  V ������������������   r^  Uii  io CTeaiB tsiaie r_tirsenes  *&.  VPPMfiN    r    r.  Peter E. Summers relates l_s oxperie  "I was troubled v,-; .a ICc-i-vous DeliUity  ior many years.    1 lay it. to icdiscrtvi. a  at ine giiosscd my  secret.  f������^sr_ <-������������������������        ^������  jireair.s;aK EisitireaiaEc-i i^SW ������^3������������      l^.  ���������vtrho looked  , Imaginative -  jme���������my back acliod, 5au pains Iii  ,bacI-;<  coli  Snsers  loosa, memorv ycer, cr.c   Is oneness in    .. ._  t_e lingers seti"in"and, tUo doctor told me     VjS  he feared paralysis.   1 took ail kinds of      EsSav. ..- m*  rnedicincs   and   tried  many first-class  ^4^*0���������=������?  . physicians, v.-oro aa electric belt for t_ree fts������ ^^P  months,   but  received Ui7tle_b���������nefit.   !;������������_ ^&^  ....nr TnriTMPNT   was ir:ducc;i to censaifc jvrs. j^ennedy &  before treatment    Kcnacdyi thoujrh I had lost all faith in  doctors.,  iit������vc;tl j  the nervt  end continue to do so.  CURES GUARANTEED C������ UO 1PAY  Wo treat una cure VARICOSE VEINS, NERVOUS DEBIUTY, BLOOD AND  URINARY COMPLAINTS. KIDNEY AND BLADDER DISEASES and *11 DiscMes  A-iatjiilinr in Meffls  CONSULTATION FREE. BOOKS FREE. If unable to cell write for a Que.tlon  Blank for Home Treatment.  AFTER TREAT-CUT  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  I  I Christ Church  Nov. 10th (23rd Sunday after|Trinity)  Matins Sermon 11a.m.  Erb-son School House 3 p.m.  Sunday School - 3 p.m.  Evensong, Sermon 7:00 p.m.  Philip C. Hayman    (Vicar)  ���������LADIES, \ call at our store and  look over our- supply of McCalls patterns just received.     S. A. Speers.  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true   v  io name.    We carry  all the* leading  varieties  most  J  suited to this district.    Our specialty is budded stock  on three-year-old whole roots.  ..Sv  ANNUAL   EASTERN EXCURSIONS  "For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  iinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C. %  iiRS.rtivris^-___J e  Cor. .Michigan Ave. and Griswold St., Detroit, Mich.  ________BJ^B(* M ftTP 1 f* E*       '^���������^ Otters from Canada -must be addressed  \%m1__-L7^'"**" * l^t-ai to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  WS^^mr ���������ajWHOB-H-S-D-QS-i ment in Windsor, Ont. If yon desire to  See us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we see and treat  no patients in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  I������aboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters as follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windaor, Ont.  _������Vrito for our private uddrosa.  Communication  -W-WW-Ba-atui  fr'E-'WTO.gS-T^  vxansiimtaaann  Comprising J25 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.  Pears    M ������������rajr ^ IT^SrSrL^m*   Pes*ohes  GUARANTEED HOKOTE CROWS-  Cellared���������Roots in earth, uo danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established lOOO by the HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture  I ALU STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH ATCATALOCUE PRICES  | For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., I.L.!)., D.C.L.. President  A-IOCANrOER LAIRD  C������n������ri4tl Alunuutr  JOHN Alim  AHteilllilllt   ������.l'.lll T.tl   -"tlllllllUCI'  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS  Tntcrc'it at the current rate is allnv.i'd on all ih'posilH of $1 anil  upwards. Careful attention is f;i\en i������> cvi-ry ;u loiini; .Small account.!!  are welconied.     Accounts, rr...;. 1-- i-;--.   ������������������! .-i:-il - i -'���������-l.-'-l by ni'iil.  Accounts may he opcncil i;������ tlu- naim . nl' \\:o or more per.'.on.s,  ���������withdrawals to be made by any one oi tlicin or by the aurvivor. 01  Percy w. rowier, Munu^ci Crc^lon l>iciuchi  l.o the Editor Oreston Review:���������  If t_e writer of the Oanyon Oity notes  up published in last weeks issne of the  Review had used less ulang and slurs  tnd more common sense, it wonld have  oeeu greatly appreciated by a number  at least in this coni-iunity.. '  We cannot but think that the -writer  ie not a resident of Canyon Oity, as no  person would cast so many insuations  upon a community of whioh he is a  member, and if he is an outsider ho ib  an outsider, ho is hot qunlillod to write  for ns, ub his notes must be but fragments of malicious gossip at the best.  We hope to see uo mme unpleasant  allusions in tho Oanyon Oity notes.  A Canyon Oityito.  --M.-t.^-itAf-i        __>4r������������l   ������������������..!?_*- ^_  vj>*a|-wviui     r������i������*ai   - r ������*_'������������������?  in connection with  Trans-Atlantic Tickets  Round-.''trip   rate   from   Creston to  Montreal, $82.65. to St. John. $90.65.  Dates of Sale, Nov. 7 to Doc,.SI,:'12  Return limit 5 months irom   date   of  *������������������  issne.  Libe!"2t! Extension i3F!y!!scy9S  For further information, rail and  steamship tickets, apply to local C. P R.  ngenl-, or write to,  R. G. McNEILLIB,  DiBt. Passenger Agent,  Calgary, Alta.  ���������All 817.08 iu Stnnfleld's underwear  at tho Oroston Mercantile Oo.  Land Notice  Nelson Lund District. DiHtriot of Wost  Kootonay  Tako notico that Levi Bont of tho  Oity of Crunhrook, oonnpation n lnboror,  iulondH to apiily lor purui'i,biou Lo pur-  clmno tho following desoril-d IrikIh:���������  Oomnioiioing at a pOHt plnnted HO foot,  diHtfint in a WcHtcrly dlrootion from the  North WcHt, pout  of   Mnniierio'M Lot.  Tlieiieo North 20cluiii������H; thtuiuu  Went  ot\   ..',..;,,- ���������   i) ,.,.  u,.,,ij,    ot\   ,.i,..;..,,.  tlience KiihI. 20 clmliiH o.*)iitiiiniiig I'mly  UOl'iX, JH.ilo Ul' lt:H*J.  Levi Bunt,  AppUuuut.  Uatou Ootobor 1,. 1U12.  Renewal of License  Liquor License Act (Section 42)  Notice is hereby given that on the  first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial police for a renewal  of the Hotel License to soil Liquor by  retail in the hotel known as the Creston Hotel, situate at Creston in   the  provinco of British Columbia.  Dated this 18th day of Octobor, 1012.  ,T. .13. Moran, Proprietor.  RENEWAL OP J-[0KNS13  Liquor License Act (Section -12)  ' Notice is hereby given  that on the  first day of -Docoinboi'  next,   application will bo mado  to tho Superintendent of Provincial polico for a ronowal  of the Hotel License to sell Liquor by  retail in tlio hotel known as tho Jiii-fck-  Htm Hotel, situate at Krickson in tho  province ol! .British Columbia.  Datod thin 18l,h day of October,, 1012  Waltor W. Hull, Proprietor.  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,   ii   to   2.   in   Kid  and   Box Calf  $2.00 to $2.-25  4J)  Ladies   f*lpes  iu   several   reliable  makes  In Men's shoes we features "���������INVICTUS,, made by  G. A. Slater Co.,'also AMHURST, WILLIAMS  and other  guaranteed  lines.  A Full Stock of Rubbers from the smallest size to the  heavy. Stub proof shoe for lumbering and farm  work. ?  V.mr.���������itot; jaiiacm>���������_imamaa mumm*_i-_<Iiiiii'h ni umi n������������������im'iii'f .nium���������it __���������������i���������if-^i'riii,_i���������_<___������������������*jaMW-iii>iii iJ  THANSFICIl Oio LICICNSIO  Liquor Llcenso'Act (Section -IS)  Notico Ih hereby given that cm tho  ltit day of Docmnboi' next, application  will bo made to tlio Siiperintoiulent,  of Provincial Polico for l.lie 'J'l'aiiMl'oi'  of tho LiciiMHo for the siilo of Lupioi*  by wbolcsalc in and ii|,on't,lio pft'iiiim*n  known uh ('ivhIiiii Wine & Spirit; Co.,  lo the preuilw'H   lo   be   Icuown   an   lhe  i-iiiino, niluatc nl. Ci'oslou,  II.   C).,   upon   ualo al, Sinliir in (lie province   of   lhi  fc;^J!ETt������i7BW__S^^  11I5NKWAL Ol"1 LIOKNHK  Liquor LiceiiHO Act (Section '12)  Notice in hereby given that on tho  (h*.*it day of .December next, application  will bo made to the Superintendent of  Provincial police for a. renewal of tho  ri.,i,.i i i..,..,.,,. t,, , ,.ii  hi-   I-,.in'l   in   lbn  hotel known an iho  Sii'iliir   Molcl,  nil.  tin. ImihIh dcHci ihcil an l.oi, :i.  Itlock  A  Dated  thiH i.r������tli day of October, 11)12 ,  (-tiiluoy t'oolo  jioiuer ot iuteunuu  l.ii.li Columbia,  iiaiuu tnib ibi.lt nay ol Ui'loOur  iui^.  VVui, Morria, Propritor.  HKNBWAJj OF LlClONSIC  \ Liquor Liconnn Aell (Section 12)  Notlco ii* hereby given  tliiit on  Uio  fli'Ht day of  noci'mber   next, application will be inmle  to the Superiulen  dont of Provincial police for a renewal  of the Hotel I.iccnie to aoll Liquor  by  retail in tbebol.el known aa tlio Kitchener Hotel, aituato atKilcluiier in Lhe  province of llritlah Cohnnbia.  T V      , ������     , 1    '        . , ., I , ,,   .. .  A'.lll,,!   1..1.M   4./A44   14.1^    144    ��������� I.LU ���������Ul,   Xillm,  Muut Aniteen, lv.itohonor JlotoU  eis  -ViS  m  i rj  m  ,'a  J-'  ���������������_  urns  ������������������_������������������������������������_������������������>  mm  i ,ii aw  as


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