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 Ml���������n..M4  ALL THE NWS g-  of the GRESTON 8  fSZS  DJ STRICT  ���������������������������: 1  1  _n___f_-5*? SsSi   _^__S_ ' aSSS-I   +&���������**#������ ti$ka*m&3b*mm** . 8 <aau?*3. fg*.  gRs'&a&A-s  kSBBWSS   BBS   saeftWS." CUM    *������T jaraw-������jwawp<* ���������aw>j, i ��������������������������� waw   imw , t������r������ wwv**  :S- i       M^Sftnmmma '    ^r~m*      _������ i    1_ m\    . \'.������^~  ^_Y  __  <atSL  m^Bmf  F2?TE2G_^^  SENT  ^fe?l  *' XI  No. x7, ^tli Year.  CRBSlTOH, B.C,   FiUBAV    DEC. 13,   1922.  Single Copiss 50,  i������.   ������������������    ������^>. _������. ���������* m   ������a   n aa e **!_-.__ _Mh B*m SBm\  rASs  ^any   imruK-  TANT RESOLUTIONS  Would Have Govern ment  Put up Telephone Line  to   Creston  f_  Tiie Creston Board of Trade at it9  regular monthly lUfetlug Ictst Tuesday, interested itself in various things  and passed several important resolutions which affect the welfare of the  people at large throughout tho province as well as this district. The  most important of the resolutions are:  Resolved that'*  Whereas the trunk telephone line  connecting Southern British Columbia to the Prairie provinces, terminates at Yahk, a distance of 25 miles  from Oreston, and whereas between  Yahk and Nelson, a distance of "some  07 miles, tbere is no telephone service  except that of the local company  serving the" Creston valley,* and whereas between Yahk ana?-'Creston, and  ���������.'. C **-  Orestnn and Nelson. there are a uuaa-  ber of isolated settlements which pri-  vacs ������nccrpAje>������5 w ui ..lu ������������������.������.-������.��������������������������������������� ���������f. -'.r  Sirdar, are on property to which the  owners of the building have i>������ title  and, twher^n*' frhfty are desirous 6f obtaining title in their own- name   and  are willing to pay whatever is neces-  **  sary to ensure their peaceful occtipa-  tiou of ihe premise* erected on ths relative property and, whereas on their  applying to the Canadian Pacific Railway Company they are informed that  the company had no right dr title or  interest to the said property.  Now this Board respectfully asks  the Honourable the Minister of Lands  to enquire into the matter, aud see  what can be done to insure the parties  refered to, a good and satisfactory ti-  t\<* 1-.0 the lf-idsi on which their prem  ises *������,re built.  Resolved that  Whereas tbe Provincial govern-  -ment constructed a good road] to the  right of way at Wynndel for the -purpose of giving outlet, to the Canadian  J  Pacific depot and,  whereas the said  road shops are at the edge of the right  of way and no road has beer- made by  the rail-way lu connect the depot with  the government road, thus causing  great inconvenience to passengers and  those obtaining freight at the depot  ������OW tula uOaru.TCap6Ctz.utjy &S_8 the  Superintendent of this division to  look into the matter-and order that  LOOAL NEWS  0.0. S.f 5IG3UT-SS -BANSEOOS:  CO-OPERATIVE STORES.  Bsn Drsw of Oarstairs, is in Oreston.  with s view of making it his home.  --70 inch all linen tabling  for  503  Very special at the Mercantile.  J. A. Foster, of Merkdale,  Ontario,  0  formerly of this place, returned to  Creston, last Saturday. Mr, foster is  like all the easterners, who after living fn the West awhile, get homesick  t  and go back east only to find tbat the  west is the best place after all. -  ���������LADIES,  call ac  om* stors a&d.  S '     .  f.  look over our 'supply of McOalls patterns just renieved.    S. A. Speers.  bia-Exploration Co., Ltd., near Oreston,  B. O., known aa the Kootenay Reclamation Farm Lands. Application to fee  lodged with the company at their office  atEaslorB. C, not later thau 31st 't  December 1912.  Annie   Ryckman   was down from  Oranbrook last week.  t -*  ���������      * A f  Jf  ���������Have yjur picture taken while in  Oreston. Studio behind the bank.  ���������, tmmm*****  '1 /  IS.. Andrews and family moved to  Winnipeg, Wednesday, where his parents reside.  ���������issi_ Cochin Bantams for sale, $7 50  a trio.   Geo. Meade. 17-3t*  : The Right Rev. The Lord Bishop of  Thf.. j ���������*���������   '���������wr ���������   *       ���������       -������ ���������*������'���������  ���������      * "��������� ***       -*"���������-  J.-VC3VT    v-y *crai;UlAUStt;x' Will UOIU.    Ut   \JKJl3,l\\.-  mation at Christ Church, Creston on  Tuesday, Dec. 17th at 8 p. m.  ���������"*r %x%h  xxaxia    axx    iS(*.iiiU,n'lui*YfP    OuIlU    mUSuS  for the 'Lumber-jack.' The Cash Store.  Tbe regular meeting of the ".Farmer's  Institute takes place   on Friday next  ���������WANTED, application to r&ifc the Deq.JBOtn when the delegate to the An-  landsorthe Aibeita and British Colnm-lunaJcouyention   at Viotoria will be  WEDDifia BELLS  Bovd������������-=Needhani  A very pretty wedding and the ib _t  in the history of Kitchener was celebrated at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.  A. Hunt on Weduesday afternoon, the  11th inst., when*Maloolm James Boyd.of  Oreston, and Annie Letitia Needham,  neioe of'Mr. Hans, entered tbe matrimonial estate. After the ceremony  which was performed hy Rev. W. G  Blake,- a splendid dinner was sewed  followed by the usual toasts. Only che  immediate relatives of the contracting  parties were present. The happy couple  will shortly take up tneir residence iu  Creston where they are well known and  highly esteemed. The groom's gift to  ths bride* was a handsome gold watch  and chain.  U -  P-flRfUSS?$  u. 1. Ji. 1 KuflUdtd  liVM^i-a  I     *- -.  ���������  ^ m0  III HtMliVt HMt  v)1I  Cf6_a_-_rs_f& ti. j-r6.cri_f'r Bs_r-    , .^rsss  On Investigation, Fences  Fouad Wrongly Placed  Wil! Be Removed  '.a  ^npoifited.  Miss-Annie Hamilton, who has i>een4  tne neces&jtry road'be constructedY  i wLteutuuK   ouiiool  at  * ���������xth&t arrived,   another shipment of  JackSdn's Best Tea. ��������� Tbe Cash Store.  ���������JLCUIVUIO   xlav, j      ���������  mu   t>_    11 _   -i_ .3 3 4.    v.,,  .-..  } returned to Oreston last Saturday to  -i.uc uudui jjtto.. ucClu6ut   vO   AA���������A���������   luo I  spend a short vacation with her par-  The Oreston Mercantile Company is  insta&i-g a furnace in their store build  i__������ *  Watts Builds New Mil!  banquet and annual meeting on Jan-  .  telephone, with the ^exception oi:cne*.  is  \  y\  25 miles between v_Telsdn aud Proctor  "Which, it is'unders^>bd'-wiU������&e .c0t������eol>  ed next year^.and whereas* telephone  communication is of the utmost importance to tbe farmer, especially as-  his market is ou -he Prairies, and also  as his distributing point is Nelson.  Now tne Associated Boards of Trade  in Ajssembly convened petition the  Dominion Uovernmeni- to construct a  telephone between Yahk and Creston  and from Creston to Proctor, in all  about seventy-two miles.  Resolved that,  Whereas thi*ough the farming district of the Province many subdivisions  of large tracts are laid out into small  acreage and, whereas in many cases  no provision is mad- by the vendors  of such^subdivisions, fop roads and  whereas in iViany cases where isucli  provision is made for roads, their actual cunatriieticm by the goverhmeut  at a later cliitc is not fpiivwihlo for topo-  , graphical reasons and new roads have  to be laid 9*11; and ground confiscated.  Now.    thu_<jfove     the    Associated  Boards of Trade of Southern B. C.  In  assembly convened,'? petition that the  ������������������registration-of ho subdivisions l������o ���������������������-  ceptodby the government unless; proper provision has boon made for roads  and   that  suoh   subdivision   aiii-voyH  "shall  be  inspected  by tho Rosidont  engineer  for  the  district who shall  certify that tho'road iillowancos aro  fuiiriiblo.  Resolved Mint.  -Whereas mAoli confusion has en-  Hiiudin the Laud iloKintry offlce by  tho non-t'eBlstratlon'ornowly surveyed roads.  Now tllcrol'Ol'U tUuAbaut;i������i.ow i4i'.������������;'  of Trade of Soutliorn U. 0., in UBseiu-  bly ciinvionod, petition tho Wonour-  able Milliliter of Piil-lb* Works, and  tbo ,1'lounimblo Attorney (Jcneral, that  all rmw iohiIh Hinvnyeil Hball bn lininu-  ents here.  Qeo9 M_a4 Is Awarded  $500 in Damage Suit  The action cf George Mead against  George M. Gunn, late Provincial Ocn-  f.^.fi.*^  aa 4~t.,AMAMH ���������^^:H.������ ^_'A*.mM^.rtSJj'  DVK.U10  U.U \_/lOOUUAA AAAASAAl^   UU|, Ul    (IlllllOOtt-  ings takenbofcre H. F, Weber at Creston on tbe 16th of August last wan tried  nt Nel9f?u oa Monday bisf oro Tho Honourable Mr. Justice Clement. Mr. A.  M^ Johnson of Nelson appeared for Mr.  Mead and Mr. O. R. Hannetnn also of  Nelson for Constable Gunn.  The learned Judge found that Constable Guun's conduct' wa? without  ���������justi-cation and that Mr. Meads rights  bad been most outrageously treated by  Gaun and awarded Mr. Mead $500 damages and fall posts of action.  ?. We append below a copy of the  learned judge-judgmeut.  -,.���������������������������������������������;��������� Mead vb. Gann  .TudRtneut of the Honourable Mr Justice  Clement  This is a case in Whioh so far as ihe  Defendant is concerned if he is in public  servioe and if those above him aro eutis*  (led that he acted in good faith lu this  proceeding it will bo for thorn to iudem*  iilfy him against the oousequences ot  bis act.   I buve. to look ot it from the  stnudpoint uf tbo citizen, whose rights  havo boon most outingoously treated.  Agf-uiiiini* that there wan an enquiry  goiiip on, wbloh tbo Magistrate oould  from xis, we will pay the freight AsaxlH  aad refund full amount of your purchase.   O. C. S. .1  With the object of cutting timber  ft _m limits adjoining the internal ion-  al boundary lias, on the Canadian  side, A. E. Watts is building a small  mill, a short distance north of Porthil!  Idaho. .    - '  This will be the third mill under operation by the Wattsburg Lumber Co.  . .������������������_ i��������� _i- "T".. frA��������������� A   J-l._    4.1.'-^     J���������  j   VSIJt"   AO   CAI14      VV 4T|*l.l.������4AlAA.|Ai   (������UtA      tlAAV       WAAAAAA       AO  I  ���������We pay the jfreig-t; and if you are  A / > ��������� " _,      _  UO* _$lisft8n^Wit������Ytn^ ^_->ker ^coacsrt-^wMeb  WArNTKO���������Housekeeper, place near  towo.^ *?gs psrticalars,, write K. W.  car������ Review.  '������Lt -���������" "1" '  The Great Northern Company is  double tracking its bridges on this side  of the International line. The rails  are laid to prevent a train from _o_i������  over the edge of the bridge in case it  should jump the track.  ���������Our new fall shapes in Mens Hats  have arrived.   Oreston Mercantile Oo.  Owing to the lack of room the Ores-  ton Drug & Book Company has opened  its toy department at Sidney Poole's  under the care of Mrs. Poole. Miss  Rowe is assisting in the work at  the  was to have been held tomorrow even-  ins bas been postponed to thn followiug  Saturday evening,- December HI.  ���������For Sale���������Three heayy young horses.   Apply A B care Review.  The Fruit c-J-wiwers Union  have  re-  ^ y  delved a car load cf hay and a car load  of feed this week. <.  ���������������-Send for our prices on furniture,' we  pay the freight.   O. O. S.  To Have Double  Class in Apple Packing  in some timber limits near that place.  pug^ Variety of Add!������  .������������������.>~��������� .h**-^. ^ j. .- -,-.,  store.  V  ���������Stanflelds underwear at the OreBton  Mercantile. '  1  * . .  Frank Jackson is unable to attend to  the duties ot his store this week on isocount of illness.  ���������TheC. 0. S. of Oranbrook is soiling  Iron Beds with mattress and spring for  $11.* ?  A nine pound boy arrived at the home  lawfully hold, at Unit enquiry tho pub- Jof Mr-l,nrt Mr"' H* Nowo11 Biroh* ^&  Saturday, December 7. The _iotber and  child are both doing well.  Already enough nameB are in fbr a  single olaas in the apple packing school  -.���������'.. .."���������''������������������ i'  which is to be conductou by the government in Creston some time during the  winter; It is the opinion of J. Blluco,  secretary of the Creston Fruit Growers  and Produco' nBQOolution,   that before  .     . 1   ,  lopg there will be enough wanting to  nt-tond the sohool to fill a doable oliifls.  the maximum size ot whioh is 30 pup-  ils^ Last year many wanted to attend  the oIobb but got their names in too lute  The BOjVornmont trains but ono double  oliiss eaob year. {[Anyone desiring to  join tho class should send in his name  ationoe to Mr. Bllnco.  n^--'"7T---"   T.^^.'i,        ��������� .-.^-_'     ,���������  A most promising'new-variety ot the  1  apple has been produced by O. W   Mel-  "' f    1     *���������  drum, of 1241 Thirteenth  avenue east,  Vancouver, says the Frnit Magazine,  and has been christened by tbe originator, Msldrum.B Beauty. This a, superior dessert apple, and-resembles in appearance, size and flavor the Delicious.  Tf  ������.f������%4*%*Q  Iwi   Cl4A������\t43Tir*V!A,.        ������������r*f1   n*i4*l4at*     Yl'0l\.  mm   m.f.mm.m   mm.   ^.m^..*..���������. >.-,       ������*w���������    ___...-        t"w  per conditions keeps till Christmas.   In  prime condition, it is a mild,  tender,  suo-aold,   juioy apple uf fine texture,  with a rich aromatic flavor, small core,  small calyx and a medium stem sot iu a  rather   large, smooth, regular cavity,  and, the specimeas   pear-shaped.   The  tree is a vigorous grower, hardy and an  early bearer.    The new variety was de*  veloped from a Russian apple of very:  flue flavor and a froob crab?, and it is  onej of the very best table appb*fl.   .  Violation of  Fruit Marks Act  lie wore lawfully entitled to be' preiout.  Tho plaintiff along vvlth others asked  ndmlbolou; I oan boo uo ovldonoo of anything at nil in the way of unruly oon  dnots I oun ������6o nothing in the way of  uu^uuiout/isu, wvyu in the 2>!<>������iH|.ra*t.������k''s  own mind, thnt thoro was an obatruo*  tloii being (pruotlpod or a distarbanoe  bolnu ralHod; then th������> PlaintitF was invited to como into the Court room and  than wHhont rhyrrio nr vonnon wns ar-  restod and thrown into tbo oolls.     A  ^-Latest stylos in  photos,  next to Garage.  Studio  He Advertised-���������At  Last  din Hi' rit;riN|,iii'������iil in l.iuui'i'A'lativoLitiul j  ' 1 grouuor outriinn ou M10 oit'.zon  one can  UciriHti'V oHIohm. I,      .,     .        .            _     , .  .     ,   ,  h       * jbunlly IniMgine. ���������    I    think   jndgmont,  jtusulvud that should bo for tbo plaintiff for ������500 and  Wlierciw'the Hotel and storo flt'fulloottlrJ.-CouUibuUd by Mr, Mood  Mrs, Stnoe Smith returned Wednesday from Bull River tohere she has boon  attending hor daughter Nanoy, who  has been qnito ill with the Soorlet Fever.  There waa a man iu our town,  And ho was wondrous wise;  Cw 6W0i������ (it was his policy)  He would not advertlso.  But one sad day he advertised,  And thereby hangs a tale,  Tho ad. was sot in qulto email type  j\ud headed "Sheriff '-j Salo."  Hugh A. Hoggle, Esq., Police Mug's-  trato of Vernon, B. C, fined the Vernon  Fruit Oo., $10 and costs for violation of  flection 820, A, B, and O, of the Fruit  Marks Aot, Part IX, whioh requires that  tho person who owns the fruit when it  Ib packed in oloaod, barrels or boxes  must mark plainly ou each paokagcr,  1st, Hin namo and Post offlco addrcan,  Dud, Tho name of tho variety of the  fruit, 8rd, The Grade, whether jt io  Fancy, Nol, No. 2, or No. 8.  ThOBe apples were shippod from Ke-  lowna lo Calgary andmarkod ��������� 'Cookers' ���������  which Is neither a variety or grade and  no provision is made in the Act for  marking, other than' in section 820  whioh must be observed.  ���������LAD1K8, oall at our store and look  over our supply ui McOalls pattorusjast  reoeived.   S^A.^Qpoers.  The  Canadian Pacific Railway will  remove the fences that wess Brsctsd s -  f AW WOofrfl  nrtn/in   Imh^  * int-mml^*****,*     _--������     imm^-m.  -^.,    ���������. v-w-*v ���������*������������������)%* v������jr. *m*xa\a -*jMTJ*Hi-r^_-   XMy     *-_(���������������������"  chers in the vicinity of Creston. - <The .  work crew fenced 100 feet both ways -  from the Cwutte of the track, white "the '.  wiSwu grafts of sotuu of tha mliohersC..  indicated tbat the railway sbocldc ha?re  but 60 leet each way .from the track,  and that an encroachment was being  made. _ ...  Of late there has been much dissatisfaction in this vaiiey over the attitude of the Canadian Pacific Railway.-  not only with regard to fencing but  A������* N  also in their trains blocking tbe ���������Creston level crossing, and in declaiming*  all liability for-cattlen.nd boraes tlllricl  ''***. ,   -  uii lucu ttaC������a ^y ftreraiG?, Ox   tiicij?   uxt-  fective fences and cattle guards ant*  the lack of these ia some seetions.  after numerous qompiaints the matter  was , eventually placed before - J������ H. ���������  V r  f  Co1%/.A<il4l      A-l*_   ���������^   ^ *-������rs    *.--"=.    *^ -    ."      '-���������.-  A.M.yj,t}^*������.y i.,������ii4i|VA-    4A*jlv   tyU^^k&OWV&V^  "*'"*���������   *       _   "        rC '  Avith the request that he make fepjwv  assentation in-tbt? r������T������o������iei' "ouarts? to  have there matters remedied. Mr.  Schofield at once took the matter ks  hand with his.usual energy, * with the-  result that-on Tuesday _fr. Price, general superintendent the railway com-  pany, wii'ed Guy Lowenjberg^ i-equest*  big uim iu meet uim. Mr. Ft ice stoat"*  ed that it is the wish of tho compuny  to be on even terms with everyone  and it is hoped that in the future we  shall have less occasion to complai-  than we have had in tho past.  Tho Creston Board of Trade,at its    ���������  October   meeting   tcok the matter in'  hand on behalf .he ranchers and ������v������i������������  muuicated with W; F* TeetsKilief Nelstoutt '  The following l?tter^ was'-^e^ye^  the secretary ot the Board ^6^ ,_t������t.   : ?  Teetael who took the matter up , with >  the railway company. ',';?���������:!'?'���������'?.  J.1t)JtJwlU, O.  Ui|   JJDU. U, IMtJb������������������'.  Creston Board Of Trade, .  Oreston, B..O.  Sirs:- .  '..'.������������������.'���������.'     ,.... i. ',.'  In reference to your oomplaint that,  duoroaohmonts   on    private . prc^rty.  wore being mado by the O. P. R. in  ���������������������������-,��������� ������������������������������������'-. -v ���������    ���������.*,'������������������  f6nclng their,right of wiy.in tho violnl-  ty of Oroston, I beg to advise that I ���������������  in receipt of a letter from Mr. A. Q.  Harobaw, Supt., of the Cranbrook di������   ;  vision, in y^ioh ho statos that tho fen*  ohm coui-jluined of will ba removed, if  found ou investigation to be wrongly  placed.  I have tho honour to be  Sirs, ^  Y our obediont nervadti,  (SigUtKl) W.'jP. TeoUdfa      ,      .  Government A|[enfc.  i;.m~,mf    .     I'  ' t*,i -  O. A, M. Young Resigns  l  ?1  I  '"'1  "'.'-B  ~f  ���������4������a  -^.-4  BS  "j v  ���������J..1M  t ts  .-  -ti'-^m  cl\  ���������A full liuu OH   HUlib nud ouimuul-  klou at the M6voantllo.  ���������Registered Yorkshire White Boar,  Oak LodgeD_ko of Agassln���������86278, bred  (i '  by tho dlrootor or tho experimental rarm  Agasulai, B. 0., la for service at Valloy  Vlaw ranoh, on Alioo Mine Trail, rate |0.  . Geo. A, M. Younir has ^n^ej^r.i.]bta|f..  i*������slgnation au stipenduary maglatrate  tint iiuiu) is U, take pUce on the mXat.  day of Decombsr.  "* 1  ���������-a  -si  tiM  . _  A'^r^-  v* ^^gi  51-,  * *** ^1  A.  s                  &|  "j v|  Si  1!  i  - ~i  ^'  %  *  V  -y\  '  i  '  ii  >  ti  J<  /I  t.'i-'ir'^.-������'wwiMrim'),i,',������i|L,iiii,,.. wii.wi^w,������iwi|i!iiw'|,,.'w .11,41,1,111 i.l,,. my**1  0.~x .1*1-1.      Jfrt*W&*!0^*ll*^S)XJ^  THE   CRTSSTOfl  < REVIEW-,    ������RESIGN, oB^O*-^  v���������y ���������-������.'.  ���������������* **^"  __._--_ 3   __K.^ JSJ-Jt^aa* **_4������  . By. Arthur Applin  Wtirti, Leek & Co., Limited  ..   London,  Melbourne & Toronto  ^       ' M'  '/<      (Continued)  ,     CHAPTER V-  Dlrectly Francks saw Miss Saintsbury he instinctively put his bands  behind bis back and then slipped tbe  revolver into bis trousers pocket, H-*  felt the blood rush to his face wi-th_ a  -iidden sense of shame. During tbe  last two or three hours he had been  ading as a man demented; imagination ball had free rein, and he had  lest aU self-control. Without realising it be allowed hi- emotions to carry him where they listed.  And now, as he looked at the little  grey homely figure of Ella Saintsbuiy  he knew for the first time where tbey  had carried liim. He saw that he  _tood cut the edce of a terrible precipice.  One false step.  Those words had burnt ' into his  brain. There had been some excuse  lor bira then, be had acted without  tain-ins, without r&alisi&g for an in-  etaatrt the construction that would be  placed upon his behaviour. He had  hou-stly looked upon bis theit as a  loan and bad honestly repaid It.  Now he wondered dully whether at  ���������heart be was not really a criminal;  be bad taken tbe second step "which  Andrew Carnegie the multi-millionaire says 90  per cpnt of    all    millionaires  become so by real estate Investments.  An  investment m Commercial  Centre.  C.P.R.   Transcona,  will  give  the present investor a start similar to that obtained by Russell Sage,''  John Jacob Astor received  from their first Nev/ York Investment.  Price  today  $150 up.    Terms $25 cash.    ������10 per month.    Write  for  booklet and all particulars.  SCOTT, HILL & CO.  22 Canada Life Building Winnipeg, Mai.  il  ATTACKED BY  A  LION  stunted emotions,  murdered dreams  A wave of pity swept ovoi' him.      Al-  VIOLINIST   PLAYS   IN   CAGE  most anxiously he voiced his thoughts Scared by Black    Hand,    He    Takes  aloud.                        ^ Strange Precautions  SIS- -T ^er;.ot ber mouth ������   * ."EgS*. ������*^S.������Zg*  droop ana  tr������-.e.    ������o-ww ..������. ���������t beoa iVneV^arty in Tit ieVki,  Menagerie   Attendants   Save   Keeper  From   Terrible   Death  There was aa ausiotts moment cf wild excitement among the  spectators at a menagerie at Mon'.*  "martre last night when a lion sprang  ou its tamer, Hatned Amar. and buried its ciaws in his face and shoulder.  Two lions in the cage were sulky  and refused to go through tbe customary exercises, and when tbe tamer  began to use his whip one of the animals struck him to the ground. The  menagerie servants rushed to Ms  rescue and beat off the lion with bars  of. iron.  ? The tamer was taken'to ia, h6_pltal  and had his wounds dressed and re-(with him.  Quick Results  '*���������' Advertising is a great thing,  said!  the Cheerful Idiot as he laid down the  paper.  How'do you make that out? asked  the  Old  PoKey.  Here's a man who advertised for a  -boy on*Monday, replied the Cheerful  idiot, and on  Tuesday hie wife presented him wltb one.  You didn't really love me then.  You were quite .b.oue.3t,when you said  oit engagement should-be-broken off?  She did not reply; but she bowed  her face until her bead was hidden.  Francks drew a Few steps closer. Time  had not treated Tier kindly; she looked her age, the city bad robbed her  body of all vitality. He wondered  what life would be like linked to the  life of this woman. He shivered; it  would be cold, loveless, barren. Auu  vet the alternative was probably a  prison cell, years of silence and solitude. And when he came out, the  mark of "the broad arrow upon his  forehead, and the hand of every man  raised against him.  received a letter from the Black Hand,  that he only appears on the platform-  in a solid iron and steel cage.  The letter. It may be remembered,  demanded a sum of $250 and threatened the violinist with death if he did  not comply. .-��������� As a result M. Mitnlt-  zky armed himself with a pair of  Browning   pistols.  The police have arrested a Russian  anarchist, who, it is stated, admits  ���������hat he was th? author cf tho lstt?r.  He however, refuses to disclose the  ������aiiies of the Black Hand gang.  Incurable Optimist  ���������A Humbolt rancheA* returned from  a year's trip through tbe east to find  that a one-time neighbor of his. a man  noted for his perfect patience, had  been having a siege of bad luck. Upon hearing the news.he immediately  sought' out   iha  neighbor  to  condole  turned, swathed In bandages to the  menagerie. The animals then pvo**-  ed more tractable and went through  their  performance. ' ' .  Not Like Casey  Once there was a switchman named  i Casey. He was a carefree fe-.'.ow  Again be found.bl-raself.in tbe. throes! and-bs lo-a-ct! ai.* wcrlr.  of a blind, unreasoning rage. Perhaps { One'nig*'": a. bridge was swept aw?./  he bad not been mad when he con- j ���������-���������-;��������� Caa?*,-. kne������\ that a heavy passch-  templated murder; revenge would be'' por tr-t��������� n w.-uld soon becoming. **1*>  sweet. And It would Ix* better to go i grabbed bis lantern, ran down the  out   suddenly  than  to  drift  into   the; track,  signalled the  onrushing  train.  tea to  eveflastins infamy���������and death,   depths,  despised  and rejected  of all j ������nd brought it to a stop, but he to*-.*.  men.  "*���������* i  was safe, and yet, when be fah^'t n {  answer the summons to-morrow, if he j  Vertigo seized him as he gazed over  the imaginary   precipice  and  saw  in  It's naked horror the terrible act he  bad set out to do.  Slowly bis hands fell to his side;  be passed them across bis face wondering If tt    were    really    be,    Jim  Francks, who Stood  before this girl,  already in his heart convicted of murder.      He tried to speak, but his lips  refused  to  move.  I beg your  pardon, I  didn't  know  you were here, Ella said, turning as  if to leave the room.  I called io see your father.     It was  & relief  to hear his  voice.  Wo are expecting him every  minute; won't you srit down.    Directly be  comes I'll tell him you're here. \  She opened  the door    to go.    butj  Francks stopped her.      He was dbily ���������  curious as to what she felt, aa to what  she thougtht,  this  girl   who  once  he  had almost loved, and  whom he re-      membered now had said she loved him. { gagement had been b������������_^eli_������^  Love���������tbe word bad almost lost its  meaning.  Its a long time since we met, Ella.  Her  Christian name came out quite  naturally to his lips. ......  Yes; Mr. Francks, I didii't-think we  ���������should ever meet again, she replied.  He -irew a deep breath;   evidently  she bad not seen what he held in his  -.and when he entered the room. She  bad no idea that he had come to kill  ���������her father. Though he continued  to etare at her be no longer saw her,  bo was locking at -the reflection of h.irn-  eelf, tbe reflection of a pretty big  blackguard. In a moment of thoughtless folly he had killed all love in this  girl's heart; he had just ruined the  bappiziiess of the woman he loved, and  lbs bivd cenvs to rob a fellow creature  of his life. He, one of the most popular, one of the most envied, one of  tbe richest men ln London.  Do you know why I came to see Mr.  Saintsbury?  Ella shook her head. She had a  eusplclon, one that tilled her alternately with joy and terror, but she dared  not. voice It.  Fraucks closed bis eyes for a moment to shut out the ugly picture or  himself, then opened them to look  moro closely at the girl before him.  Hud Hot Iris de Fontaigne crossed his  path ehe  might now  have  heon  his  i his own life in the effort.      Tbe pa*������>  The clock on the mantelshelf struck j sensers poured out. They were  and the servant entered the room to j grateful for what Casey had done, r.nd  lay the table for dinner. J they wanted to show their appr^-i'**  Perhaps you would give your father tlon in some way. T.i*"Vfound t'tstt  a message for me, be said unsteadily j Casey had no relative* and so th**;/  Tell him I shall not appear tomorrow, j-decided, to get a life slse oil paln'tlirg  He'll understand. He laughed as ha ] qf the hero ������������Tid hang ** in the Rnl*  strode past her through the haU out i way-, Y.M.C.A. at Central a,.,  into tbe square already threatened by j When the picture came it show*-'d  night. He walked quickly along, uu-, bin, in his worklivg cIotnM 'swlng'ng  conscious of the direction his foot-! his lantern. Ths committee thought  steps took him. j it was well done, oul oefore they a<*-  Had Iris, knowing the truth, been, cented it tbey de tided to ".ill in C.i<*-  still willing to marry him he himself j *y*s pal to pass ���������..:������������ judgment. Th-.-  would-have refused now, for he saw- nal looked at tha pieture .critically,  things in their true light at last. For; Ha surveyed it from '.be different  himself he had no fear, but that any s sides. And then, not satisfied, hs  sham������ sbouiU come to h--r larousn -; reached out his band to touch Casey's,  butlbira wss  ���������.������������������uuera&Ie. ?    Dor.'*; do that, sbcutcd *bc"'artist ?hs  W.j__ he fourd himself at the i>i**-s> isivt dry.  station he bo- pbl ������ itswspapti        A <     Casey's pa! drew backhand yit-R.a,  cry of relief escaped bis iips w_*jj \.-i~. i^ok of supreme disgust nt- answered-  read   the  announcement  Ibai  r������is,  ea-1 Well, if be ain't dry, it ain't Casev.  WIPE   KILLS   HUSBAND  Shoots   Him,   She   Says,   to. Prevent  Rather Being Strangled  Paris. - '->��������� " .��������� Mme.?;Reilnhardt.  a rich young womai., gave herself up  to the  police here '  -n  _  She Informed the magistrate that  her husband' bad Just died In a boM*  pital from two revolver, shots fired  by her on Sunday last in' the course  Of 6.U  tti'S'iAii'iTAjt  beiwwji   Tillii  aUii   hsf  father on the Balkan war. Mme.  Reiiihardt declared that her husband  Avho was of a very violent nature,  would   have   strangled   his   father-in-  1~...     1.^-1      ���������U_     mmX     amf.A  iav.     unit    cm-   ..v.*,    ...A7U..  . M. Relnbardt declared that he had  attempted to commit suicide. His widow has been rcle*U5,ed on ball.  Well, John, he said, after the greetings had been exchanged, I hear you  lost?all  of your  timber through   tho  fQyaat    firCS.  ; The other man nodded.  And they say tha*: the river cut oft  your best land; that your hogs all  died of cholera; that your wife and  children had been sick, and that tboy  have how foreclosed the mortgage' on  your other  place.  John nodded again. Yes, It's al!  true, ho said, looking about him at  what had once bc������n hia prosperous  farm. ;all .true".'- Why, sometimes I  get almost discouraged.  1 THAT EXASPERATiN8TiOKLl-&  18 THE THROAT  ���������wbkb keeps vou coughing away, nipbt-  i.id dr.y, will qvickly <ii*.**ippear if you*-  , take   Na-Dru-Co .Syrup..of*   Lmsted,.  Licorice and Chlorodyne. -"  Na-Dru-Co Syrup bf Linseed, Licorit'e-  uiiu CiiloTC/ny n������ Cj in els vaac tAiroat.- ,  tickling almost  ins-.taittly, loosens the"  phlegm, promotes expectoration,   and  Cures the iuilamuiuiion of the snucu������-  membrane. ,  jN*i-Dru-Co Syrup of Linseed, Licorice  and Chiorouytiv has the great ailvantage*  of being absolutely free from  harmful  ?JrugB ofaiiy kind.    In support of this*''  ���������tatcment wc are willinj; to give to any  (jbysici.in or druggist in Canada a fuir  ';.'iistof its ingredients.  ?   You can therefore  give   Na-Dru-Co-  ?Syrup of 'Linseed, Licorice and Cbloro*-  dyne to any member of your family,  withjperfect confidence that it will be~  aitogciher beneficial.  Your '.'druggist can supply you with-  either 25c. or^be. bottles. Tbe Nationaf-  Druv; and Chemical Co. of Canada,  lAiroited. 31*-  IF YOUR BABY IS SICK  GIVE^ABY'S OWN TABLETS  The little ills of babyhood and childhood should be treated promptly, or  they may prove serious. An occasional dose of Baby's Own Tablets will  regulate the stomach and bowels and  keep your little ones well. Or tbey  will promptly restore health If sickness comes unexpectedly. Mrs;?Le-  nora Tvi. Thompson. Oil Springs, 6nt.,  says:���������"I have used Baby's Own Tablets for my iittle girl as occasion required, and have found them always  of the greatest help. No mother,  in my opinion, should.bo without the  Tablets." Sold by medicine dealers  or by mail at 25 cents a bos from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.. Brock-  ville, Ont.  A Fine Offer  The proprietor of a Turkish bath  establishment in Milwaukee was  much taken by the physical perfection  Oi s. young iiAS.n u��������� b������-������v iii a<; butchsir'9  shop. After minute survey of the  huge muscles of the young man, the  Turkish bath proprietor offered him  a position as rubber in bis establishment?  -  I'll give you more than you're get*  ting here. Bald he. What does this  map. pay you?  Ten dollars a week aud my week's  meat, said tho butcher employe.  What is the meat worth?  About $4.  ���������....;��������� Y  The Turkish bath man did some  rapid figuring.  Look here, said he finally. I'll  tell you what I'll do. I'll give you  $10 and $5 worth of baths weekly ...  That will bo a dollar more than vou  get  from  the  butcher.  Y T*"������Mble at the Tower  ? Siie"'was a good ^servant, was Jen*-*  nle, and ilrs; Wanderfar never wish"  ed for better.      But in the matter of  pictures' -Jenn'i? was    weak.      Ther_*  was one in particular, which showed^  tbe Leaning Tower of Pisa.    Every ���������  day Mrs.  W.     hung it straight, and*  every morning* Jennie put it crooked.  So Mrs? W. Watched.  YNfow, look here,    Jennie   she    said"  you've bung ihat picture of the tower"  (.iUltlltllt       CA_������A.444 . ^MOt.       4\Al>AV      Kb      AA.I  That's just what I say, mum. replied?  tbe  domestic  dolefully.    Look at it?  The"only way, you can get that Billy-  tower to hang straight Is to hang the"  picture crooked!  Minus His Grouch  Saw my husband down town today,-  but passed him.    I didn't .recognize*  blm.  :  How wa3 tbat?  He was smiling.  A BRAVE i'T'-rl "C" t������ii rtD  was arrested and tried aa a gommcu j  Spinal, the world would wag its cur- j ������'~���������%^^J^���������������J"**  ious tonsae and some    of    the    mud 1  which they would fiing at him would ;  When  Soldiers  Wavered  Tbe     greatest     hero   of   the   bat-  I tie   of   Kumanova,   according   to   the  bespatter er. _ .__,, ������. ���������������������������������_ rhA|'French newspapers, was a little Jew-  re?c-vST~in Si* --'* he "o i ish tailor:____������_ Abraham Levy, of the  way  oat of ������be  difficulty': Whatever! Seventh Servian regiment of infantry  he did now, whatever be had left un- j  The standard-bearer fell - and    the  done, she would    suffer.  wealth   would  not buy happiness for  All    bis ��������� regiment wavered  and was about to  retreat  when  tbe little Jewish tailor  rushed forward, caught the fallen flag,  The Grand Trunk Railway System  hav-j just issued a very neat, attractive and couvincinsT booklet on.- ib^  ���������"Chateau Laurier," Ottawa. It Is  printed on India tinted coated paper  in colors, and profusely illustrated  with pictures made from direct photographs of tbe several charming  rooms ln this beautiful hotel. Each  page is decorated with allegorical designs symbolizing the Chateau styles  of tbe-'early French monarchs.- The  cover is printed on a band-made paper and tbe descriptive matter is confined to a brief synopsis of the attractive features of this hotel? Copies  of the booklet may be had from Grand  Trunk representatives for the asking.  Hope  is a  pneumatic   tire   that is  frequently punctured.  The   detective  may  be an   earnest  seeker, but he doesn't always find. "  ? Corns cripple tbe feet and maka-  walk^njg, a. torture, yet sure relief liv  the shape of Holloway'e Corn Curs-  is within reach of all.  A? small bey doesn't find It very"  amusing to do the things bis parent*  are;wllll-X_: to let him do.  11  of a convict prison  the prison of a  loveless marriage.  He felt a baud laid on his shoulder  and he saw the Honorable Fred Scribner standing before blm. He was in  .,  _ ��������� ���������,.   ������������������ w evening clothes, dressed immaculate-  wife. A curious, patihettc little flg-| ly. and he looked a trlfie less bored  urn, a striking contrast to the other  woman; so Binall, co grey, so  colorless, oven her clothes looked like  the reilcctlon ot her life, expressive of  "eL'   ���������.--��������������� ***������������������ -.������ rt0 ~���������-T7-PT1+ ������rd I and  dashed with it to the trenches.  Hei^,?o1 ������f-,tini^_ndSe dav   His comrades,  electrified by  his  ex-  *������������������*^���������l?^**ng*���������f^%\v.mi>\c,  followed  him  and  the  Turks  a   foolish   father'had.forced  Wm   to their     8,tSon at the  study for the Law and enter Sain.s-i                        bayonet,  bury's office. .r   J^S-lr^aS^^ned ^e In a certain town of Nebraska lives  ���������?ri7i SS noisilv in soaSh of U man who has been so unfortunate  TJmL^fnS it?dav'a wo??Vbab-   aa to lose three wives, who were, bur-  St-TSSS T-ontilTdyhi,nt\ tf^S^ h^rourerfcfaTe^raS  onildtavehfmseff^ fUe'would Noti h^dstone for each, cominemoratins  ���������������J-i,?E ������f i^nd-l Louinouch Iris " *������r virtues, but the expense deterred  neUher^^^ W������-    ^^ a **��������� ������*������������������u of-th?  SCATTERED ON FACE  In Bad Condition.   Pimples Large-  Face Sore and  Itchy.    Looked  Badlv.     Cuticura SoaD and Oint-   I newspaper  hr* carried   lP.to Serlbner's  Its       j1 .    t      ui jj " hands.     Haven't you beard tho news?  ment Cured in Two Weeks.  than usual  Hullo, old man, what on earth aro  you doing?  Francks blinked bis eyes and gazed  from tho burning lights of the Alham-  bra to those of the Empire.  I really don't know, ho laughed  ���������mirthlessly.      What aro you doing?  Wondering how the devil I'm going  to pay my debts. I'm in Queer Stroot  and been there a long time, as I dare-  auy you know, but I've got about the  end of It now.  Francks sbruftgod his should err..  Just fancy being worried abont that.  As if money nattered. All my thousands can't buy���������  Ho broke off abruptly and thrust, the  Muncoy, Ontario.���������"Somo tlmo n������o my  faco wfta in a very bail condition with soma  kind of pimples. Tho pimplca woro thickly  ncfttlor-1. Tho tops of thorn  woro whlto: matter was in  them. Ttu������y wero qulto largo  aw'' my fac������ w.u* uoro and  Ur\iy Mirl looked bodly. I  iiuil Ut ttceuUJj lo Lo comfort-  ohlo and uomotlmom lout my  Hlei������p. Tbo Hor-i lasM*d about  j two montha and I trlixl wim**  ' olntmontd but didn't Ilka  thettt. Thrn T nnnt fnr iiomn Outlcura Hn.ip  und Outlcura Ointment, wu:d tlw.m Tor two  mtmktt and I waa complcUily cunxi." (aignod)  Aiet. B. Ok*. April 3.1013.  SCALY ECZEMA Of! FACE  dlarkium. Ontario.���������"My Uttlo Rlrl, nB������d  two yenm, wUul.xl Willi a skin ihuuiuM on  lier faco, ho I called hi tho doctor and h*  wild it wo** nc/oma. Tim nkln wan qulto  rftd and all urnly. T wanh*>d tbw p*.rt������ wall  wltb tho Oullcun* Roup and then I put  th** Cuticura Olntme.it on. You ought to  ���������of, luir now ��������� an fair at a Illy I  -1 BUlti-nul ft tcreat doal with pllen. 1  ItMl them very Imd. and they Itched and  Uurf*������Ml m I t:<������uu imnny  ij.wa*  a^.    V.  .  IKK tliw Cutlcur* Ointment I tried It. Now  U baA ������;i.U.-t-.ly curcx' t���������*>.*��������� ".^'.eaod) Mr*.  Cynun Ward. Jan. 1.1^2.  OuUeura Hoap and Outtcura Ointment arm  M>ld t'irouiihoul tho world.   HenH u> I'oiimr  .-     ���������    f.    f   ...        i\....,,     nn    ������������,^.l,,r.    1" M   A   ,  to* fratt fturupla of ������Mtcb with au-p������gn book.  W.   iM.  U.  028  difficulty presented Itself. He had  the Christian name of each engraved  on a small stone���������Mary; Elizabeth;  Matilda���������a hand cut on each stone  pointing to a large stone ln the centre of the lot, and under each hand  the words: For epltah see large stone.  A lecturer was annoyed by a man  in the audience who Insisted on rising  and asking questions.  Sit down, you ass! said a second  man, jumping up.  Sit down, you, too, cried a third  man;  you are both asses.  There se<*m to bo plenty ot asses  about tonight, put ln* the lecturer,  calmly, but for heaven's sake lot us  hear one at a time.  Well, you go on, then said tbo firBl  mnn, resuming his seat.  A Clovolnnrt corporal ion lawyer has  a new stenographer���������tbo socond now  one this week. Strnngo to say ho  didn't discharge tho Orat ono becauso  alio wn������ incompetent, but because she  wns too good.      Let him toll 4t.  This girl camo to mo well recommended, und  \Vhen I dlctatod a teat  HOW'S THIS?  We cfT������r One Hundred DoUara Reward  for any case oi O.tarrh that cannot be  etned bv Hail's Catarrh Cure.  F. J.* CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.  We. the undesigned, have known F.  j. Cher.ey fcr *ho last 15 years, ar.d believe him perfectl- honest In all business  t.ensaoliois an-', financially able to carry  out any obligation" made by his firm.  V, ALDJNG   RINNAN & MARVIN.  Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O.  Hall'6 Catarrh Cure ia .taken Internally,  acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surtacafi of tho system. Testimonials  sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle.  Sold  by  all  Druggists.  Take Ha'i."������ Family Pills for constipation.  ���������OI?lM>TXT-  Famous  'W-it-T'-Y-F  tfirf*v������r*������ci  are worn.*  Noise! for  their Fit  and Fittisli  I^OVFaS     I  MIV^  After three months absence there  has just returned south on the Grand  Trunk Pacific SS. "prince Rupert,"  the Alaska Railroad Commission sent  by the Washington Government to inspect and report upon the railroad  conditions in that part of tho iav  north, and it is upon their report that  federal action with regard to the railroad situation in Alaska will largely  depend. While the Commission naturally had no jurisdiction over the  Grand Trunk System so much had  been heard of this wonderful new  trntiB-contineniuI line* that the party  left their steamer at Prince Rupert to  Inspect, the road as far as Hazelton as  well as thf new terminal and dry  doc!: now being built on the Pacific  coubI by the G.T.P.  'i'_������i_.'l-'AKIVU-K' AINL?   -IK-  GRAIN  The only sure and satisfactory way In which tho Western Farmor  can secure the highest possible market value for his wheat, oata, barley and  flax is by shipping it by the carload to Fort William or Port Arthur, or to  Duluth If cars cannot be got for tho other terminals (loading it if possible  direct into tho car over tho loading platform so aB to save elevator charges  and dockage) and employing a strictly commission firm to handle and dts-  poni of It.  We continue to act as tho Farmers' Agents solely on a commission basin.  We nro not trnckbuyers nnd we nover buy the Farmers' grain on our own  account, but look after and dispose of the grain entrusted to us. as tho  agents of tnost. who employ us, nnd it is our deslro and endeavor to Klvo  everyone thtt very best service possible. Wo mako liberal uuvuncoa against  car shipping bills, and will also carry.the pro.in for a time under advances at  a moderate commercial rate of interest. If considered advlstioiu. We invite  nil Farmers to write to us for shipping Instructions and market In format, dh.  Thompson Sons & Company  71.0���������703 Y.   GRAIN   EXCHmNGE .   WINNIPaG, CANAu/V  GRAIN   COMMISSION   MERCHANTS  ho croaked.  No, what's happened. Have they  poratched O'Mallcy for tho cup. My  Inst bono of getting clear; IT thnt home   lottor I round her oxtromoly rapid and  ------- ���������           accurate.      3ci I employed hor on tho  spot. Sho fell right in with tbe  work and I decided that 1 had found  a ircnHuro. But on tho third day  sho gave mo a shock.  I was dictating an opinion In a com-  plW'iitPri invrlngoiTiont mill., nml II. was  imporlant tbat it should bo accurate  In ovory word and phniBO. This wan  tlio third draft I had written, In fact.  At ono place I Interrupted myttolf nnd  Hnld to th������? Htonographor:  Am I Hponklng too fiiBt for you  Mlf*H Jackson? Aro you gottlng my  words down correctly?  O, I'm  getting thorn all right, sho  answered.   Mulling.    And   you     don't  r*'   old mnn I ������P"ak noarly  as  fast as  I can  tako  'Krunol-M frowned.      Yen!���������we foui'd I I'm about twenty words ahead of you  out we weren't Bultod to one .iw.th������*r'l now!  ���������nt   tho  eleventh   hour;   funny,   nil? {     Thorn's such n thing ns being too  Well,   Mitts   de   Fontalgno's   iron,  she. [good,  shouldn't be free long.      Sho'o beautiful  iHn't  she,  Re.rllmcr, a real  well-  bred 'un.    I ouKht to bo shot, J know,  rtt'iibner linked hla arms In Vhmh'Ich  don't, win I shall huvo to resign my  commission and go undor.  Oh. not as bad an that, francks replied brutally. I*onk at that paragraph: I'm scratched for tho matrl-  moain.l RtakoB. that's all. But didn't  you know? Ilo peered Into flerlb-  noi'ii face as the latter held up tlio  newspaper, trying to read tho paragraph by the light from ono of tho  standard lampn.  Tt'a not  true, be stnuimered.  it's true, right enough. Ixird. ROfiHip  for th*- clubs! A chance for yon.  Scribner.  Scribner chucked the newfipjiper  Vi n   ���������-,rv"'*i"- hov.       T'm fenrfnllv f"or*  1 ������|)eak nearly  as  fast as  I can  tai  Y(.tt;���������we foui'd ! Tin about twenty words ahead of j  Time Has Tested It.���������Dr. Thomas']  Electric Oil has boon on the markot |  upwards of thirty years and ln that  tlmo it has proved a blenslng to thousands. It Is in high favor throughout Canada and lis excellence has carried its fame beyond the soas. It haB  no equal In tbo whole list of liniments.  If It wero .loublo tho prlco It would  be a cheap linimont.  "_T",*1 "fl 'H  flush  Only Way Ho knew  Minister���������My   good   man,   how   do  you get to tho Pollco Station?  Jimmy Cracker- Uuually In tho, patrol wagon.  .  IvilnordV-.  Liniment cures Colds,  Ao,  %3jL    JLjiJ-.I������-_ JLi. Uj  Kvery woman should havo an nlm  In llfo, ovon '.f sho cau't throw a stono  wltb any decree ot accuracy.  I  Vory  Much    Alive  An   h-'.Hlmian,  with  ono  side  of hlu  ���������f  bndly  Hwollen,  Htopped  Into Dr.  ! lurteui'H ofne.e and Inquired    if   the  'il'lllliil.   Wll.i   in.  1 :mi 1 ii.t ilo.utmt, nam vim uocior.  ^'ei'   t'li'M, 1  want to know If yo'.i  '���������an   ti'll   nit'   wIihl'h   tho   iniittor   wlij  ihl.i   tooth?  1 hr   ii. i-ior   i-vpnilned   lhe  offer) din tr  Molar   end   oyrdnln^d'   The  porvc   ;,<  t,li-'ll|,      lll.il   It      llil.lt   ���������     ti.C     .....uii.  .  '������������������������,������������,    Ui.  ti...  iMMiitiru   ti>,<   irlwhm*ifi  ' I when liiilmy   |iilt>. taking wlfle awry-1 oJtclulined,   tbo   other   teeth   muut   bo  1 where be k������jcs. | boldliuc u wuiu* over It.  itinl led him ue.roHH to tbo Empire,  i...,u 1.1, in nml bail' .1 drink nnd Inn]'  lit the new hullH.. We're both of un  down ou our lurk.  ll i������  ti������. ('ontlmied)  Tho man who takes no interest In  i)iili]l<: 'lelio'd'i. gof/il rondr,, rrll/'loij,  or pollllcM Uii'l. ovon a autlofactoi'/  hiu.hoon.  "Burn all your reports on tho cost of high living. Put  them in tbo waste paper basket. Thoy aro not worth th*  paper on which thoy nro printod. In two sontoneos, an  Ontario farmer has placarded tho problem In letters of fire.  Ho put Innlde tlio bond of a barrel of applos:  "I got 70c. for this Barrel of Apples. What did you  pay for It?"  The Winnipeg coiiHUiat'r who bought thin baiiol of upploii  puld   Five  Dollars and    Twenty-five Cents for It,  That Ontario farmer has made history. He has dono  mora than all tho Committees of Oongroas, Roy-*! Commissions, Boards of Trade and Chambers of Commerce on two  Continents. lio has stated the problem of tho high coat  of living."���������Winnipeg Telogram, Nov.  **9tb.  If  lifje  gave   vo|ee     only    to    oiV'"t*  1 boughth, one wouldn't talk so iiuirh.  "-1!  A  Moving  Melody  Old nifflAlRh.l aftor thlnku.f; ruofuV  ly of tho gas* and coal that wero be  lag commuted downstairs, wan just  dropping off to sloop whon be was  iniiBod by a moaning noltic from below.  I'lVli,      IIH     ll.'lllMV-M,,      1114AIAI llf,      UIO      WHJ  to iho top of the Htiilni. Eva! What  .in fiurth In that howling down thoro?  Howling, pa! camo in shocked  toneH. Why. lf'H Mr. Chuff or sing'  Ing "Love 1110 and the world In mine."  ��������� ������ ���������      , '. ���������������.. . - 1.-.. .     ������; 1....'  '���������rmvl4*.1 TUffi-.il**,*. and ii'riipH thn sill/  young auu wil1. bo goliijr to look after  bin uropfcrlJ1,  He has demonstrated to the farmers of the West a startling fact. No  matter what it cost to tho farm ore to produce thoaa applet*, h<* had ta  accept the price which the middleman attached���������vlx. 70c.���������but immediately the middleman was able to attach the price to the consumer-���������  $6.26.  The same thing Is true with everything ral������������d by the farmers of ths  West,    The price they receive from the mladleroso la attached for  them, but immediately the middleman attache* the prioe to the con.  tumor.  The Only  Solution  lo Organization  and  co-operation .���������-Increase tho  UWIJ.AW.    A.) 114    0������|IM      ,   |/t  w  XA9 WtMf     *\*  THE GRAIN GROWERS' GRAIN CO., LTD.  Winnipeg* Man. Calffary* Alta.  i������>������.  ������4iii4������, 0,\������mm ttftftft  Mi������f*il������4������,'������   Mr-mnitv ������������������,AHH   Ai*������4^������h.������r *a tt  ������  warn  *"<*w"-���������**t**m******ir*m**mi*mm,w������itmKw     '��������� ��������� ���������   - '���������,iiW/WM*t'V\  HMMtimmmtmmimmMammmmMmmmmam  nm  -Hl----ii ���������fr*W  BSf.B'*B *W������  IJHLJli  .r>A<am������a^a������*������������V������,v  U_-������dJL-U������*i  . ���������>* *��������� W ������ Trti-i *twr i  a^a'^ta.'  ltra#B*Jr*!������  iun,  '���������_JiT_������ *  .55.  \>������  Lf������  ,\.-r  w\  vi  V  l\  gaaaam*am������^amaaaamBasmmm������**rwmammaaaa*m  I The Oiie  j iaeai 1*111   r*U ��������� ������  Insist .on  -     this  trademark  on all your  m^ct/trw st a  _*^_I  -  ������r������v oil   *���������!-������*������  J.VA.    ttAA     l.AJ.1.  4>..������^������������1������-  j.cijiui.y  Pis  arouna is a  TrademarK  jT*r\.tttmr*I-i?**  ������f_ ���������������������������i-f4m**i<*10  ' j s for'' all the year   ^  AS    J  1  _  i Ask your nearest Columbia  dealer'. t6 play you the special j  Xmas Columbia Records: (_"it |  any machine.) 8  Columbia Phonograph Company j  McKinnon Building, Toronto, O.U. ������  Territory Open to Dealers        I  /  ' Quite  Different  He.- was a huge man of. the navvy  species, and as he stood ki the'wit-  ! ness box counsel eyed him dubiously.  i He Knew he would bo a hard nut io ���������  .crack���������a very bard nut indeed.  I    What wo want to get at, he began,  i is, who was ihe aggressor?  I     Eh? said the witness puzeled.  J    Let me illustrate my moaning, sail  'counse]. Supposing that I sbouisl  meet you in tne street and strike you  In the face, I should be the aggressor.  - You would be a fool! said the witness, with growing emphasis.  ' No���������no! said counsel, with heightened color. You don't understand.  1 was speaking only in tho abstract.  Suppose wo met, aud without provocation, I struck you. I should be committing as act of agTesslon.  Tbe navvy hunched his huge shoulders.  You'd  be  committing suicide,  mis-  tpr! he remarked, grimly.  You may sit down, snapped counsel.  THI?   M_riCTffATi;*-q   CTftRV  AA-���������:    i-i-UlUlll.-iJi-U    i_ivi������Ji  "What He Owes to 2*a"m-Buk  You ought to wear  mmusiu u Su.LgiLfPi-  i_Sifr-^-.^_-a-_i"^^  .HMD CLOTHES  wm*&u&matm&m^&&  Reliable "merchant- have them  in, stock  ELOPING  WIFE      AND  SUICIDE  LOVER  iptlst Church in Berwick says: kn , Calcutta, has .just occurred  e used Zam-Buk for pile.and t M t Ab Ra3puta4. The wo  it a splendid remedy.    It cured ! ���������������������������  ���������.���������_  ���������  ���������,?_,,   J������ .*._���������   ���������,������-   .,  xmii hi 'iiiiA-tnaaaaai  d\Qan^^!tiU^^  '  0-������. -*a*fo'  DYOLA  ���������(Si  j If*������ the CLEANEST, Sir,t?A.EST,������udS5EST HOME  I DYE, one con bur���������Wliy yon don't eves have to  know what KIND of Cloth your Goods aro mud*  | ot.--So Mistaken are ImpnmlMe. ���������  Send for Pre* Color Cart?. Stonr Booklet, and  s Ssosttei giViSs; fcstil������3 o* Uyclns over other colors.  1  ARE YOU AS WELL AS A  YEAR AGO?  ur. wimams rinse rms roans uic  Way io Health and Strength  Ask yourself the important question whether you are as strong as  you were a voar ago, as bodily fit as  *������*%���������������������������    .rat. rv������������1������9     Vt.1% 'Ifiinv    -o     *���������������>������������������_ r\o.y*    lio a  j ������-������i_.     (/ui>u*U      it^v- ��������� -A-vtt.*-^       w      _ <������>���������<��������� i- *       *-������_������,**  to confess  "No."      Some weakening  ailment has during the past year laid  Mr. C. E. Sanford, of 'Weston,  Kings Co., N.S., a Justice of tbe  Peace for the coifety and a deacon of  tbe Baptist Church in Berwick, says  "I have  found  me "  Mr. Thoir as Pearson, of Prince Albert, Sask., writes: "I must thank yoa  for the benefit I have received from  the use of ZamBuk Last summer I  had a fever, which left me with piles.  I started to use Zam-Buk./and found  it gave me relief, so I continued with  it. After using threo or four boxes  it effected a complete cure."  -ait^iiuk wil- also be found a sure  cure for cold sore3, chapped bands,  frost bite, ulcers, eczema, blood-poison, varicose sores, scalp sores, ringworm, inflamed patches, babies' erup>  tions and chapped places, cuts, burns,  bruises, and skin injuries generally.  AH druggists and fctore\ sell at 50c.  box, or post free from Zbm-Buk Co.,  Toronto, upon receipt of price. You  are wp.rned o gainst harmful imitations and substitutes. See the registered name "Zam-Buk" on every  package before buying.  SLACK HAND WARNS    VIOLINIST  bold of the system, unfitting you for  t     .    th* Ru.sian ia"nir.iaB.e J^i ���������--������'  ���������flu,   Aiit-t^c   r.P   U������_   mr,0\    naflnnolv    flnilrl. ' te_D   "__lD6   "Ub_.Bla__   milg.iage   a_U   Sign-  Threat of Assassination Accompanies  Their Demand for Money  Copenhagen.--Much excitement has  been caused here by a blackmail demand on the Russian violinist, M.  Ysmay Mitnitzky, who is touring in  Denmark.      The letter was typewrit-  Tha JOHNSON-R3CHARDSON CO., Limited,  Montreal. Canada.  a a Hmjr\T  RELIABLE CUBE  for Gall Stones, Kidney Trou-  ���������   , Tm.j...  ^... J V.I.. ,3.3....  Die, * Aiuut:;      auu      omuun  Stones,    Gravel, - -JLumbago,  Price   $1.50,. Most   Leading  Prttgglsts  THE SANOL MFG. CO., J-td.  s**^ln!*;!r,e"**   Wisn.  a  fHHBIiMWIMllHI.  ?THE?WCRLD'S BEST WOOD;  POLISH  Cleans aud disinfects everything  In your aome from the cellar to  the attic. Put lt o& your duster  ���������;and dust Hardwood' Floors, ��������� Woodr  worl?, Eil-oleums, Pianos,': FiirnltUre,  etc.,, Makes everything just like  new. Money, refunded if not satisfactory, Made by the  DOMESTIC SPECIALTY CO.. Ltd.  Hamilton, Canada      ?  AN ENERGETIC AGENT IN EACH  town to Introduce our line to the* pub*  31e; b!_ money can bo mado and .permanent posii'on secured. Apply lo  The Queen City Silver. Co., Toronto.  Teacher���������If the earth were empty  Jnslflo It would resorable������������������  Y.S'ohiblar���������'A razor. ���������  Teacher���������A-razor? Why, Teddy?  Sobolarr-Becauso It would be hollow ground.  .Bearing Them Cheerfully  Tbey wore ln tho train, and tho sol-  *nin sad-facod mnn was full of phllo-  aopby.  Ufo, be remarked, boavlng a soulful  ���������Igb, Is full of trials.  Rvoryoi-Ki yawned   ������������������   except    tho  proflporous-looklng    man    with    tbo  clean  ahavon i'fac6  and  stooly eyes,  *Tho remark spomp.il to cheer him up.  It ls, ho agrood quickly, And I'm  delighted It Is so.,  Dollghtod! gasped tho sad philosopher. My dear sir! Why should  ypu be glad?  Because, oamo tbo prompt and  choory answer, I'm a lawyer.  tbe duties of life and seriously clouding the outlook of the coming ^ays.  It may be rheumatism with its sharp  twinges of pain, indigestion, headache, nervous debility, depression and  lack of energy, or the pains and  ailments which only common folk  know. It is well to know that all  these weakening disorders arise from  an ' impoverished condition of the  blood. Renew and enrich your blood  and all yonr troubles will cease. This  is a strong -statement, but it is made  on the testimony of thousands wlv  once suffered, but who have gained  health and strength by the aid of the  new, rich blood supplied by Dr. Williams' Pink Pill3. We can quot*  thousands of cases similar to the following: Mr. Jos. Grandmaison is a  young man well known in the town  of St. Jerome, Que.    He says: "For a  ..^.....1..        ..0      ...........       T       *.f.f.f.m.        X ..       flv.'A       ������y.**  CCupitr    -j.    j t^ciis    j.    ��������� tr_aii    tv,    XIaau    auj,  strength foiling but did not dream tbat  Si the trouble was serious. As I grew  weaker I began to doctor, but it did  not help hie. The least exertion  made my heart palpitate violently, my  stomach seemed out of order and my  whole system became f-o run dowi  that I was finally forced to quit work.  I had now been doctoring for almost  six months and was vory naturally  growing discouraged. At this juncture I read of a case similar to mine,  cured through the use of Dr. Wil-  ' Hams' Pink Pills, and-decided to try  thprr: T   *-f������������i'-   l-lta   "Pllla   1*.ii>Vtfiilli-   fn*.  IpltCAAA. A      ^V.^������.A     ������..������.*      .   .....     .W..U.U..,,       ..WI  about two months, gradually growing  stronger and at the end of that time  I was as well as any man could be.  a Sunn always prftis-e ..tie ^TueuiCiiie  that raised me from despair to the  blessing of  good  health."  Sold by medicine dealers everywhere or sent by mail at 50 cents  a box or six bo-sos for $2.50 by The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.. Brock-  yille,.Ont.  '���������''   The Thirst for Knowledge  ���������The phrenologist frowned.  Then he \vent carefully once more  over tbe bumps of the man in the  .chair?'  Highly'intelligent, ? he repeated���������  highly intelligent! But I am bound  to warn you, sir. You have a very inquiring min-l, and your / thirst for-  knowledge is Insatiable. This large  bump running across the back of your  bead means that you are inclined to  be curious oven to the point of recklessness.  I know it, answered the man in Hie  chair sadly. I got that bump by  sticking hy head through the bars at  the hotel elevator to see If it was  coming up, and the boastly thing was  coming down!  Mothers can easily know when their  children are troubled with worms, and  they lose no time ln applying the best  of remedies���������Mother Graves' Wortu  Exterminator.  ei  "The Black Hand.  M. Mitnitzky was ordered to send  $250 by mail to tihe Russian political  fugitives in Denmark. If he refused  tbe letter said, you will be assassinated by the anarchist executive! committee.  The violinist handed tbe letter to  the Danish and Russian criminal in-  vestigatif/n department. The-police  declare the letter to be one of tbe ordinary writings of the Black Hand  gar������gs fcntt^red over the world.  M. Mitnitzky is seriously affected  by the letter, and has provided himself with two Browning pistols. He  declares that two members of his  own family ������n Russia have been assassinated by Black Hand criminals.  Tr������*cif������d  hy Wrormed   Husbaid Th*"  Kill Themselves on His Arrival  A love tragedy which involved  the deaths of a man. and woman well  ccurred  wo-  mf. m ...        ...f. m       m        IT.... f. f. ... ^1. .. I * a.14. .A  IUri.ii    n&a    a.    uim.     _ojiijjDcu,    wire    Ul  Hamilton Campbell of Calcutta, and  the man N. Winder, who came out to  India ten months ago as an assistant  In the Bank of Bengal. He was a  young man of 24, a native of Scarborough.  Both lived at tbe Grand Hotel, Calcutta, and Winder and Mrs. Campbell  beepme very friendly. Mr. Campbell  went 'up-cjuntry' some time ago  When he returned to Calcutta his wife  and Mr. W5o<"er bad disappeared.*  Mr. Campbell sought the aid of the  staffs of the criminal investigation department throughout India. Detectives brought him news that Mr. Winder and a woman had erone- to Mount  Abu, near Bombay, whither he and  his brother-in-law followed.  Mr. Campbell arrived in Mount  Abu, and went ptralght to the dak  bungalow (a kind of hotel ��������� provided  for travelers by the government). It  was his arrival which precipit���������ted thn  tragedy.  Mrs. Campbell was In the front garden of the dak bungalow when sbe  paw ber husband roming up the drive.  Sho rushed Into the room where Winder wai and said He's com'ig: I  ear-not fpce Wm; shoot me. Winder  repined: No. I cannot **hoot ������n'i. Here  is the revol-fr.  shoot yourself.  Thereupon Mr*.. Campbell took f^������  revolver, put the mu7^1e to ber mouth  ���������������������������"I sa''1 to Winder* You null t*>p tr'g-,  g?r. He did so: then put. th������������ revolver fo his own month and nulled the  tHesrer again. Mr. Campbell ruRh-  <"-i Into the room and his wife died  a'-uost imwediatolv in bis- nrp"ence.  W-J'nd'er was mririnl'V wounded but  ptiil alive. ' Ke died -five minutes  later.  Mrs. Camhell. It Is said, lpft a letter tc be eiv������������n to h^r hu^bird in  ca"e she and Winder de<?troved th������m-  selv������*s, bnt the lat^r loft no written  word. The papers found . in bis  locket!?, however, showed tbat he bad  bepn T"a1dng fnquiHe* about passages  from Bombay to England.  _r  .Clf&i^Ctzx^iXY ~^������* 'i^La^tm s&fc'***^'. ^t^  He makes his rounds  in comFor -   Z&rQ weath-  1 er doesn't bother him.  This milkman has  adapted,this wonderful  little heater to his own  particular needs. *  * You may not drive a  milk-wagon, hut there are  *.TT���������      mmx    rnmrntmSmmtm.^  l/o    JU.M.    WXl.Lt.XA  rifles"  bVUUUVl  one of these heaters woul4  Made with nickel trimmings   be   a  convenience and  <pl_in steel or enameled tur-     ^Ut*,*���������-*   ���������������/���������������   vm-m-. fim*  mm^m,*. i >  iuoise-Mue drunxs).    Orna-    COmtO-t   tO   yOU  Ml  yOUT  mental.   Inexpensive.  Lasts; . homee YOU Can adapt It tO  pi_Jeew.������cefymovcdfr������m   yourownvrequirements.  At Dealer* Everywhere.  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMP4A-NY. Limited  "WINNIPEG ST. IOHN  MONTREAL TORONTO       -HALIFAX ���������'���������  Exhausted    from    Asthma ���������Many  TvxaG   r������ou    tufSC   ^TGTijft   kCXIGW   -uij-*   v&������m  rlble drain upon health and strength,  T.vhich comes in the train of asthmatic  troubles. Many do not realize, however that there Is one true * remedy  which will surely stop this drain.  Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy  is a wonderful check to this enervating ailment. It has a countless record of relief to its credit. It is  sold almost everywhere.  Steinheii Case  Echo  The Excelsior in a recent issue an*  m...mX.m~       W^P  AAA V ATA tyt3       ASA  approaciAiug  O.nl-l 4,  .jioniut-ii  uOXiiiCGS    nl'  who a few months  after her mother's trial was married  to the painter, M. Raphael del Perugia. Mme. del Perugia, it is added,  intends a������tei the decree o������ ulvoree  has been pronounced, to go to iive  with ber mother in England.  Flying to Court  An airman by the name of  Chemet was summoned yesterday to  the palace of justice, at Paris, for exceeding the motoring speed limit. He  flew to the St. Michael bridge in a  hydroaeroplane, dropped on the Seine,  left his hydroaeroplane in charge of  a boatman and drove to tne palace  of justice which is just across the  road.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Garget   In  Cows  So you represent the Nooc.ar- company,' do you? said Jlmpson ������������������ to -the  agent.?'-. .-'.. /        ?-i-'''������������������ ���������-������������������'���������.������;���������-.  YeB, sir, replied the agent; Juat  organized, sir.  Good company? asked JImpsom.  Best going, said the agent.  Who is behind M.? inquired Jlmpson. ������������������"*. ������������������>."���������������������������  All our creditors, said the agent.  He Was Unreasonable  I hear that. Gwenriie broke off' ber  engagement, with Mr. Munly becaii-d  he tried to limit her enjoyments? ?.  Yes she was engaged to two other  young men, and he objected.  H������������ ������������������������^a-i������������������������������������������. ������������������������ii-i awiai _������������������������������������������  Economical 'Compliments  Before you kiss me, Horace let mo  tell you that Fred bas given Kitty a  diamond ring. You have never given  me one.  Dearest, It. is only girls who are not  precious in thomselvoa who require  the aid of precious stones.  Oh you may kiss me twice, Horace.  Dangerous Talk  Mother, 1 wlBh you wouldn't mention dishwashing when George Is calling on me.  Why not, indeed?  I don't llko It.     It, sounds common.  Common, eh? Wo have to eat  don't wo?  Of course.  And George knows wo oat and use  dishes?  That's vory true.  And Georgo also knows that dishes  have ,- to be waishocl, therefore somebody has to wash them.  But mother���������  What now?  If you koop on talking about it  Ooorgo mny discover that you mako  father wipe them and ho may think  thp orimc thing Is coming to him if  ho should propoao to mo.  NEVER T1RE3  Of the  Food   That   Restored   Her to  Health  ���������Oo. K box ar sU boxes t*or (2.80,  (At  U������l   M"*������l������MM4   t������i''    ������ '���������������*   kiutltn   t.ioiji- a  >Iba    (*ft.fY>mm.x%i     I l������*������l*4>*J        Tamha^    I  I'CsnUd*,  iRKS  W.  N.  U. ������28  Mother you promised not to punish  mo if I told you tho truth.  All right, I won't.  T,-u';i  I. iiuu-l   toll   you   I   told  u ',\o  *1*In     ���������v*������>���������*���������������* ������������������I v*  KilX.is       *llv>* ������4������-ft|-a ������ -  Righteous Indignation  Llttlo lli"-,th was tbo youngest (laugh-  tor In a very strict Frcabytorlan family l.bul especially abhorr.od profanity.  Ono day Uttlo Uuih bocamo exceedingly oxnopr.'fitted wllih ono of her  dolllos. In bor baby vocabulary sho  ���������oould find no woriii* lo oxpiv'sn ndo.  quatoly hor dliuippioval or dolly's conduct.  Flnnlly, throwlnrr thn nffondlng dolly across tho room, sho cried feelingly:  My gracious! I wlnb I hoi on Red to a  faintly tnat swouroa.  "Something wns making me 111 and  I didn't know the cause," writoa a  Western young liuly: "For two years  I was thin and sickly, Buffering from  indigestion and Inliammatory rhouraa-  tlsm.  "I had tried dlflCeront binds of diet,  and many of tho remodles recommond-  ed, but got no bettor.  "Finally, Mother suggested that, I  try GrnnoNntn, nnd T b������*gnn nt onnn  eating it with a Uttlo cream or milk.  A ohango for tho bettor bogan at  onco,  "To-day I um woll and am gaining  wolght, nud fltrrngth all tho time. I've  gained 10 lbs. In tho last fivo weeks  and do not tmtfor any moro indigestion, nnd tho rheumatism Is nil gone,  "I know it In to Grape-Nuts alone  thnt I owe my restored health.      I  ��������� still  oat tho, fond  twieo  a day and  novor tiro -of It."   Name  glvon   by  Canadian PoBtum Co., Windsor, Ont,  Tlio flavor of Grap--Nnl,ii lu pucu-  li.v.* to Itnrlf. It in neutral, not too  sweet and has an ngrooablo, healthful  quality thnt novor grows tlrosomo.  Ono of tho sources of rheumatism Is  from overloading tho nvstom with acid  material, t.ho rrsult of Imperfect dl-  gnuf.lon nnd anslmllntlnn.  An soon as Improper food Is abnn-  don^d and Grape-Nuts In takon rogu-  Inrly, flltKonHon Is mnde utrong, tho or-  ������Vf|������������      '1-H      il'rtl'H,     'ti-''*' /****���������*<���������.      ^,(1     *������)>. *^ I t -t I *>���������*. *^     'tf**        #���������'-���������_-     1  rM blood cMln nnd of carrying away  the evepnt, ot dlHenec-malrtni*- mntorlnl  from tlio system.  Tho result Ih a certain and stondy  ri'turu to normal health nnd m-.-ntal  in**Mt'Uv '"rii"'rn,H   ������   Timann   "   Tlnnl  the llttlr* book. "Tho Iload   to   Well-  I   Villi).       Ill    PHKH.  |     Ever   rend   the   above   letter?      A  n������w one r-ppinsre from time to time.  Could not Repeat Them  Alfred, she asked, cuddling up to  him, do you tell me all your tuoughts?  Why Uo you ask that, you foolish  little girl?  Because I love you so. You promised that' you would tell me everything.      Do you?  Oh, you wouldn't want mo to tell  ......      .h.^.11.    .. .*        .���������....,1.4      ��������� ."-..^A,  jUu     OV A5A J LlAAAl������a,      rt Olll���������      *tlU.  She drew away from him in sudden  fright. Her worst suspicions were  verified. ,  You are deceiving me', sbe exclaimed .      You���������  XW*i        art f\        A ******        A/*v**i*      4,1%\vmtm     f"Vi*i*l' T  *������Wy       _***������        _tV-VAifj;       ���������������������#���������*   mm       vutjiu       ���������������*_**^������ _.  wouldn't deceive you for the world.  / Ypu have just admitted that you  don't tell me all your thoughts.  Well, there are some tbat-^ '  Don't!     Dcjn't! she cried. You are  going to lie."     I hate lies tbe worst  ,of all things.  ;.. I���������-'-   ���������.���������������,;,:-.\ ...  Her feelings overcame her, arid she  covered her face with her hand's.  Don't be silly, he begged.  Silly!" she'tragically replied.      Dp  you call it silly for mo to refuse ,to  be deceived.  ...You are not deceived.     I never��������� '  And you have just admitted that yoii  have thought- whlcb you cannot tell  me!  Oh, I'could tell "tbem to you; but I  don't think you would care to have  me 'do so; "'  Then what aro they?  Tbey aro the :thdughti; I thinlc v/ben  I have to? run to the station in the  morning owing to a late breakfast and  see the train moving out of the station.  Advising Her Daddy  Maryt  Father's voice rolled down the  stairs and Into tho dim and silent parlor,  Yes, papa, dear. ���������  Aslc that young man if ho has the  tlmo.  A momvnt of silence.  Yes, Georgo has, his watch with  him.  Then obIc him what In thn tlmo,  He says It Is cloven forty-olght,  papa.  Then aslc him If bo doesn't think It  about bed time. '  Ho sayB, papa, tho silvery voice ait-  nounccd, Impersonally, bo eays that  bo rriroly goo,fi to b(**d bororo ono, but  lt soomh to blm that it Is a matter pf  personal proferonco moroly, iwul tlhoit  if ho woro in your place ho would go  now if ho folt sleepy.' i  SCIENTIST HAS CANCER CURE  ��������� w������eiiijr   raiicnm  j-incycu   xi,  na.c   ������������-  covered Under His Treatment  Doctor G. Odin v/a* has  prepared for the Society of Comparative Pathology an account of the results obtaiibeu with hla new anticancer serum.  The doctor elates that he discovered  the specific microbe of cancer in the  blood of more than 150 patients, and  that analysis of blood now enables  him to diagnose cancer whenever that  terrible maladv exists in a t>atie_t  under observation. % -    -  Per tbe last four years Doctor Odiri  has been working on this subject and  he now declares that he has secured  a serum which will really cure cancer by killing the protozoa. This serum is'applied in double lntramuscu-*  lar injections in a fleshy part���������one injection with an organic'base, the other with a chemical base. The treatment lasts from i thirty to thirty-five  days.  One'pditieut wjiu was cured by Doe-  tor Odin's serum was a, gentleman  who bad undergone two operations for  cancer on the face, and who last August was declared to be in a hopeless  cbridltiori. Today he Is iii good  health. M. Regnler, a youth of 17,  who had a sarcoma on the thigh,* had  twice been operated upon and had not  been ablo to stand up for two years.  He has also completely regained his  health.  '.'���������'- Doctor Odin has a list of more than  twenty other cases where a double  operation had been performed, where  a third could not be undertaken, and  where-the patient bad been given1 up  as hopeless and Is now completely  cured.  ^_-__382_������-4  if rrf"  Poor Fellow  Why are you wandering about the  country Instead of looking after your,  wife-and children at home? inquired  the lady of rhe tattered tramp.  Well, ma'am, It's like this, exclaimed tlio tramp. My wife has a very  fine servant.      A perfect/treasure,  I don't believe there ever was such  .a.slrt. '    ?,, ,���������-.',-'  Thore ls only one, xaa'am, and my  wife's, got  her.  Good gracious! She's a very lucky  woman. ���������".'��������� ���������[������������������'���������  Sho is, rna'am. But tbe trouble Ib  that girl didn't llko mo.  Well? ;    ���������  Sho didn't like mo, and alio told my  wlfp ������ho must-either discharge me or  hor, so my w'fe discharged me, madam. '    . ������������������  Oh, I soo. poor follow! Hero'a  something for you.  A-ma,      "Aft i-   An������       *���������*���������**������    ���������M'-t*'***--     m*m     ������i*WA.������M������  evejy   meal   la   another   source   of  suffering >  M~ TV-.. f^F. S-.T-tS-*.-  ������1w-b4J> U-VA4>A^yBif^pSSS S.'^aSm^Sifm  will help your disordered stomach to  digest any reasonable meals, and \rt!8  soon restore lt to such perfect coo������>-  dition that you'll never feel that you  hsvc 2. stomach. Talcs ens sftc?  each meal. 50c. a Box at your  Druggist's. .'M^eV)>yJ-.ib0;'^ajij|onal  Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada,''  Limited. ���������������������������tiytiti..������������������..-..... .:y?.y;:-iso  VVhat the Spfa Said ??  I want, began the elderly man, after  strbn-iDg round the furnltiire ebop, er  ���������I want���������well, you see. It's this way:  There _ a young man' calls ovory night  at our; house-rrj baye a daughter, you  see-���������and or���������I suppose I ought to get  a; sofa for thom.~7eb?   ,-,  We have tbe very thing, elr, replied  the euaye assistant promptly. Hera  you are, sir! Cupid's Retreat, specially suited for courting couples.  Specially' suited, repeated the father'  ���������iy ���������one. ��������������������������� ...        .   , .,....  Yes, sir. Observe the protty covering; it is absolutely guaranteed to  wear off In just six months.      :  But���������but, stuttered the parent, I  don't understand!  And- wbon worn off, went on, tbe  saloBman, lt loaves displayed a card,  upon which is written "Tlmo to [get  Married!",Neat, isn't it. sir? ,     .  His  Definition  A lecturer at a suburban sohool was  explaining to his uudlonco, which cpb-  ���������i|f*c,'l nitvuitly of hoys, tho functions of  a JLuchuoicr, un liuitrumuul. Tor iiiouh-  iiiliin' IIk'Ii',, fi"'������l ������it tbo concliisloii he  asked for a lollnltlon nf tliu machine.  Ono raw youth stood up. , ;  Is It, a luclmotor as yer wants to  know about?  Yon, Bald tho leoturor.  Woll, that'** mn. T moots IMioy  ovory night nt novon, and If thoro's  any covo In this 'ero mootln* tries to  bo a Lucy motor, that. Tiiioy niotor'll  I        ........    ,,.:,,<     ������������������������r,M    Y?',-' -.,' "     '  What the Voice Saiii :  AH right on behind thoro? called  tho conductor from tho front of tht-  Rtri'ot fur.  Hold on, ciioa a glrlu voice.   Wall  , ,. ... .  Llll       1.       H'-1,       H't        C.I.A..I.O       A....  Tho luiHsiinRors crnnod thoir necks  expectantly.      A young woman  wo*  Sho���������JiiHt think, Henry, we've novor  had a crow word,  Hf���������No, Mftme,     Ain't t tbo pntlent' They  nr*  oemilne, tru������, find  full  oil strngKllui: to pot u banket of laundry  cuss? .human Interest. J aboard.  Keeping Himself Cool  The heat-wavo bad come! Even tlio  doga couldn't :nuutcr energy tc baric,  and tho streot-car conductor who lolled at the back of his car could scarcely Mop his eyes open.  But ho did observe tho youngcter,  who, for a mllo of moro, trotted dog-  llko alongoido tho car. And at this  tho conductor mnrvellod.  And, at laat whon tho car drew up,  ho Inquired:  Ain't, you hot ononf-b? Wbnt d'y*r  want, to run  llko thnt for?  Oo-ool gasped tho orrnud-boy. Hot  enough? Courso I am. That's why  I'm keeping alongside you. Wantcr  lioop ln tho shade as much as po.-  elblo.   Altoae' her Different  Doncvolcnt Lady���������Uttlo boy, will  you givo this tompjranco tract to  your fiilber?  Uroliin���������ivie uau uon't orinii now,  loddy.       '  Houovolont l.ndy���������Oh, how good.  Did ho road tho lust tract that I gavo  Uim?  Urchin���������No. loddy. Ilo'a training  lor a pmo-niii'i.  The  Poor Consumer  Young mnn, flon't yen __ott tSjoa->  ,m������i*iliiv������onii"'yon   aro     jnithoHnc    tito  poisonous?  '������:.  You  Often Want  quick relief from biliousness���������ficm  its headaches. Its sour stomach,  hiccoughs, flatulence, unpleasant  breath and the general feeling of  irood-i'or'-notbiniy'ncsn lt cniin������*������?  Thousands���������through, three jrener-  ations and the wide world ovcr-^*  have found, as you will find, that-  .*,*     tm*/Sm* BB  m  elve the necessary relief qulcltlyV  oafcly, ������cntly, naturally. This  liurmlcss family remedy is justly  famous for Us power to put the  bowels, liver, kidneys anil atoumcl*.  in regular active woiklmr ortW.  iu every May���������in feelings, looks,  a������'tions and in txiwcra���������you will  find yourself nltotfelhcr better nftev  you  have  used   l"*>������y*hsm*s   tH\Sn  quick Relief  V������UOUibtlob������WMtON������dU������4JlUMftttoIi-   I  with fir^rir baa.  ttmii mrmrtrnkm*,    >  -H-_----_--_-tl L-^_*>V  to*, ax ,  hy      '  i < m'fi.iiTiT"ili>������*i HmWiiihwiiw���������unrai  THE    PRfcSTON    P E V IK W,    C R FS'. ;��������� VtV^  iro.  "f.H. Ces 7n ^miefa  '   _*o.*i*.*Ih<i *w:y   Fi-id**"  at :���������*���������*��������� ton. British *��������� olunibia. by the C*rH*i*������n triiit-  %-.������ and Pub n-Jring Ci rop-uny. JjtiL  _     ��������� ... s   *���������-.������-<������������ i~.i������<.-   .fl������trnui������������ Y^Pr'inm of fb������* Creston vnnvy, cir  ���������4j^S__5h������S- i^ iC-d!u������-u' . inio olhev< O-.nm.itt- -   . ^'.fg'SS'Ki"  -.���������tSM^rV���������.������������������:m*i.mmm.i.m.*0l       -1     ���������0������ 1-Ott   fit-   _ODIO .UIJUC*   0������*V S>* HAOAA.fc     * ������   ������       *���������_-,._, ���������._.������.    il.  A'    S-*-dSf5__Tm _?^S^Sa^~03itatoli��������� m-4 *e brief ������.d  signed.  4pq3lPr*m>jfPr^iljPmfi^  eston  notei  ������ The. Leading  \ Hotel oi the.  Fruit    Belt  \  Our.. Quests  Call   cngain g  lx3-_  X /OU   will   make    no   mistake  9        when you get off tbe train t^  if you sign the register at ^  the  Creston  Hotel.      Travelling ^  men  will  substantiate  this.    We ||  study  the  comfort of our guests. __[  The rooms are well furnished in ||  a manner up-to-date. &|  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  4-tJ*A  I     ������������/  A.  J<?5t     W  At  The following is a partial list of our v  Xmas Stocke ,       X  tSIX \tijm.  /'   0 * m'-J*  ,* _d* moran  __K������-.-������A  v?wv^vgWBErt^gvv>i^iwgiJV^gwsgjv������s^^ uuxiggggguy uv*  Canada is to aid the Mother Country with three of the  -V'' most powerful battle ships in the world, the total cost of  p.J% which will be about 35 million dollars. The phase "Co-  ;������;'_; operation with autonomy,'* taken from the speech of the Rt.  i . ���������> Hon. R. L. Borden in the introduction the naval emergency  bill, defines the principle npon which is based the course of  action of the Canadian Government in dealing with the  ��������� problem of Imperial defence.    "It seems most essential,"  , t ���������*������������������-��������� ��������� ��������� - ���������  Mr. Borden told the House, "that there should be such co-  '-.y operation in defence and in trade as will give to the whole  ; J Empire an effective organization in these matters     On the'  @������������������������������������������������������������������������@������@^������������@^^@^^^  1 other hand each Dominion must preserve in  all important ��������� _���������_ ��������� .. __���������___���������^^  ���������ti respects the autonomous government which it now possesses."  Here is t_e Government's proposal as communicated by  ,   Priemer Borden to Parliament:���������  "Upon inquiry as to the cost of such a battle ship we  ���������* ' f*~ <iy^ *m\  ���������'Cf'.ii are informed by the Admiralty that it is approximately fwo,-f  titititif million three hundred and fifty thousand pounds, including |  armament and first outfit 01 ordnance stores and amunition. *  [*-.-';���������:��������� 1 '  [yyy! The total cost of three such battleships which when launched  will be the most powerful in the world would be approximately thirty-five million dollars, and we ask the people of  Canada through their Parliament to grant that sum to His  Maiesty the King cf Great Britian and of Ireland and of the i  Oversea Dominions in order to increase the effective naval'  forces of the Empire^and to safe guard our shores and our  seaborne commerce and to make secure the common heritage of all who owe ^allegiance to the King.  "These ships will be at the disposal of His Majesty the  King for the common defence of the Empire.    They will be  laintained and controlled as a part of the Royal Navy; and  i  FOB LIES  Cut Glass  China  Perfume  Chocolate  Boxes  71  s  a  v  e  wmmmmm.      -kf>l|_>j ���������������  l-Uli UtlllLt  1  in   Fancy  iti  WEBER  Agent  for   Semi-Ready   Tailored  CIothes^Qents Furnishings  Glove Boxes  TVa-i-Ias.*- q_<-_  A   Books  3������   Manicure Sets  .ft   Picture Frames  ^   Ink Stands  Fancy Clocks '   :y  Jardinieres  Candle Sticks  Post Card Albums  Atomizers  Fancy Stationery  \a  Leather Collar Boxes  Books  *J I Fancy Vest Buttons  Waiiets  l-ik-lands  King Cutter Razors  ^^B AA4V ������^-m    m.mmm^. ~m ..  Shaving Mirrors  Military Brushes  Travelling Sets  Thermos Flasks  ���������  s  L  i  s  ������.  T  o  I  S  e .  I I Razor Straps  ������  c  _���������  Shaving Brushes  F  r  rt  ���������GT*������������������*���������* ������_ fm  Sets  Tobacco Tars  ar  Pipe Racks  Clothes Brushes  I.  *������ B     m  iviairA xr  your selection fcariy  .%'. -s  synopsis of coaii?&hnig rbgtj-  la.o:io_T-. ,  %j6sl miuiug rights of the Dominion,  iu Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  tbe Yukon Territory, the North-west  , .  j Territories and is a -oortion of the Pro-  we have the assurance that if at any time  in  Ue mtnre  "l^ofBriMCotambi^-ayi-ie^d  should be the will of  the  Canadian  people  to establish  a  ii  Canadian unit of the British navy these  vessels can be re-  -   'tlf.ixxjx.  1 n\������n%f  -55������i������M.'st������>\**4a    flS/-Kj>^I I  JWVWMkV 4/      4-a'VI^VWe.  I  ror I  JSobs and ������ttis  Crandrook, 3S. <X.  Principal       -      Mrs. Cberrtngton |  Head Mistress,    Miss Cherrington ~  (Honours   certificate,   Cam bridge  ?Higher Local, B'rmingnam Unniver-  sity Education Diploma,) .  Assistant - Hiss Hodgson S  (Cambridge Higher Local certificate, -Diploma of the College of  Teachers for the Deaf.)  _       _���������_������������_ *rr"-*ri  **V_>I ViJlUII  ������^_ ... 1 _ T^a _ _ _-  a ���������r,������?rro. *r_or������_  -'A tJxf^^JLJKm9\Jx\  Phone K1  4A4A "W imjX.     -������ -m^S    4���������  Terms for boarders on application  to the Head Mistress.  for a   term of twenty-one   years   at  an annual rental of SI an acre.   Not j  more than 2,560 aores -will be leased to  one applicant.  called by the Canadian Government  to  form  part of that  navy, in which case of course they would be maintained by |   Applica6lon for a lease mu8tlJe made  by the applicant in person to the Agent  ......   Canada and not by Great Britian.     In   that   event   there  ||;<7 would necessarily be reasonable notice, aud indeed Canada  would not desire or suggest the sudden withdrawal of so  powerful contingent from any important theatre in which  the naval forces of the Empire, might be exposed to severe  and sudden attack. In the meantime, I am assured that  arrangements will be made to give Canadians the opportunity of serving as officers on these ships''  ���������C__i-_,_i? tot**036 wbo fill out and  P���������B������ mail this coupon AT ONCE  Sample of our expert penmanship and  facinating lesson in short hand.  I Transfer I iwnrw anrl (Peer! Shabby 1  I (Best equipped Livery in Town)                 |  |: Ail class of rTJR_rOTJTS.supplied at short notice.   The latest styles of    |j  ^ CUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.   Saddle and pack horses a    %  '% --??.                         Speciality.   ;-                                     .'tititi ti'.'��������� ''..|v  is Feed for sale. -  ' Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Oo.      Horses for sale    SS  ���������jfli .                                                                                                         ���������������������������������������������-���������'���������'   w ���������  $a> I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains    &  % to  *. ��������� i  Public Notice  On and after the Oth of Deoember  nnd up to January 1,   1013 inclusive,  those of the public whose names begin  from A to K will get their mall at No 1  Wicket, nnd from L to Z from No a  Wicket.   The publlo are alno advised to  mall nil Christmas matter early to avoid  disappointment.   For Maritime Provinces not later than tho l8tb, for Montreal  and Toronto by the 10th, for Manitoba  and   Saskatchewan   by  the 20th and  Alberta aud B. 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"-' ���������  S "Shif;0|sSrf!Srf #!*t*������*������������r**        ������  H   IIailed PEEK to 'hosu intereiteil in Haw Vhm   S  eg        s68u U3 i5������h SuhbS OS ������ rSSTSL���������T35iY       S  ill's lint fx TiBpjJcjr'ii Guiuo, uUi u Iitiulivation iisueu  every two weeks, which gives yim n jigrto ot wlint Is  doing ln all tliaMartatii of tho Wor'.J in American  Raw Fura.  Tlila liiroxmctlGU ts vrorUmiuuIrBJa ol  dollars to jrou.  ZVs-ito for It-grOW���������XT** PUSS  A. B- SHUBERT  H��������� Km tapst Now in tita World -jailing jwlsilwl** Is  %   ^---,-���������������.������������������- Ka������������������ ���������far-    5  2S-ST W. -Jriiamii.. Bt-?MrCBI6i[?B, UL, B.SJ.  g  PROFESSIONALS  CHAS. MOORE, C-E.  B O. Labd Surveyor and Architect  W   I   ������������������!    HL_||  gPlans and Specifications  CRESTON -       - -   - B.C.  "i        i-ii       .j       i"��������� i . -      in H   .��������� ii -     i   i . -  -  DENTISTRY  IT. E. HALL D. D* S.  Office   over  Frank Parks Hardware  CRANBROOK,  B, C,  GUY  LQWENBERG  Oonsultin- Bkoisbbh  CRESTON      -       -      B.C.  MR. & MRS..CROMPTON  Teachers of  Piano, Violin, Singing  Music Supplied for Concerts & Dances  OKELL, YOUNG & uo.  Ses&!"?eady Sisk-i  .������Stf������dBl6^st  TF THBR8 fa.ne SMal-Krtr ston la  I  1    1 -m .-n   * Tom towayotta���������TbaveeSc-l-taaar  14!MP_'   ealtcis4s p yc_ special srit-fesa safe  -������������������A I     >   - tats*.   Sfcad fa* MSlag'a vWrn"' ierg*  1V_ j ���������ajs* ** *10i w*ti> ������T'������ ������������w ������������������������ ���������������������-  I wJ meuaiiac torn*.   CoawMWjt.   8eU at  th* ������������<!��������� b������|m< ������������*!OTv<!SrS 55 ������!=������SS3.  Ksv* -ca'^i tt*"K?l*������s*A',8!r!*'  Ooe for ro-at Seal-waif U_ited.  Modus al  -Wj-Tfoia S������Ust-Q|  G. Fred Johnston. Ferale. B. C.  TIMBER SALE No. 210  *<���������_���������        ���������KM. "**  \  SSAZ-SD TENDERS wiii be received  by the Minister ot Lands not later than  noon on the 3rd day of March, 1918, for  the pnrob^-9 of IjinenceNo, X\Q to out  12,180,006 feet, B. M., 93,000 railway  ties. 16,000 oedar poles on Lot No. 274,  Group I, KcosSBSy D-wricS, SsSS C*i������S-  ton.  Particulars of Chief Forester, Victoria  saba? ft������^������'g=*&a������%  nemo  ������_e  B.C.  no28  TIMBER SALE No. Xll  Rsal Estate and Insurance.  SOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON     -  B.C.  jAS. H. SCHOFIELD  . a     ���������* ....Li���������.a.    *���������..  ���������;������ ������ ������    "m������tT5 & rsvci    ^7ia._  TRAIL  -   B.C.  SEALED TENDERS will be resolved  by the Minister of Lande not later than  noon on the 3rd day of March, 1913, for  the p_fouase of Licence No. Xll' to oat  2,520,000 feet B, M., 45,000 railway-ties  4,000 oedar poles on Lots No. 3877,  3878, Group 1, Kootenay District, near  Oreston.  '  Particulars of Chief Forester, Yiotoris  B.O. _   no 38  ������   TXM-USK SALE Ho. Xi������.  Charles Troope head book keeper for  the Kiug Lumber mills, left on Monday  1535 ZOa  "tr innApcjs wueic  jjo   win   cj-DAAiA  tbe Christmas holidays with bis sist r.  Mr. Troope will be  very umciu -lieserl  U������������   imim   ������w ��������� ������������������������   ������������iAn4.I.A������l      .-KaA. ������0{aVl  Vl4vVl  Xff     A41S   XHMtX&Xj    AA4UUU0WV.V,      ..ww    ,. ������������������   ���������  a pleasant trip and safe return.,  Chas. Nelson, section foreman here  left on Saturday last for tbe new.Kopte-  nay Gsntral rosd where he will t?ke  charge of the steel gang.  Mr. Sadler.manager of the King Lumber Oo., was in Yahk on business, Wednesday last.  W. O. Taylor, chief C. P. R., tie inspector is spending a few dayB here this  week.  The furniture for Jim Taylor's sew  residence has just arrived and is now  being installed.  S. J. McCartney the Yahk postmaster made a flying trip to Oranbrook  Tuesday returning again *be same evening on ihe flyer.  .Mr. Hipperson, representing tbe Nelson I Hardware Co., was in Yahk on  business on Tuesday last.  MiBs Osburn and E. Harrison won  first prises at the card part last Friday  evening.  Joe Stick has returned to Port Hill  after beis" oonnned to the Oranbrook  hospital for some time. Joe is better  known as the Mayor of Port Hill.  <?ggB of tne g>66_ a-jliis, and yes 1 h������,~  examined 1 don't know-how man*?  millions of red Bpider eggs this year and  failed to find them dead after being  sprayed with sulphur-lime. The same  oau be said of tbe green apbis iu a gocd  many localities. ,  "Whether it is n biological fact that j  scale and other inputs are becoming re  v >^.*>*fe'i^a  ~*      1j TCrt-K 'K" ���������."  .     ,;   ''/"p-'DiP-  w ���������." >'~'Ji'_'  >  ���������'-c.4'-C  c i .1? 4"*Zi.  '.'a' .!_.'*>   -SI^J  **r >���������  ' v - tititi  1 %<arx    -M-B  W  liir*   111-in   BEll   'B8 _?S_ S B  _1   M    ������- B !  g  I CRANBROOK -9.0. ������  S3ALED TENDERS will be received  by the Minister of Lauds not later than  noon on the 3rd day of "as-h* 2918, lov  the purchase of Licence No. 212 to cut  6,440.000 feet B. M., 10,600 railway-ties,  3,500 cedar pores, on Lot 491, Group 1,  Kootenay District, near Oreston.  PprtioularB of Chief E-rsstsr, Victoria  R. C. no 28  We are pleased to hear that two  more kodaks have come to town and in-  tend *o have the owners &!>it'Ust*6_ as  soon as Mr. Rattray, President of the  Kodak club, comes  VStmamfl'   _>-.���������������#"������  MaV  Defy Old Poisons  |  Funeia! Director i  TIMBER SALENoXIS,  I  Ch-t *20Jttrl.Ctt_  For the 'miiding of your New  House, Store, Office. Workshop  or other building, write or call  bn me. Estimates given on all  kinds of work. ;  Repairs & Aiteraiions  A SPEOlAt-TY  (Jharges reasonable and satisfaction  guaranteed on All Work  | JOHN   BOYD,  Creston  A startling suggestion put forward as  a theory colling for [further scientific  investigation, was sprang Upon the apple growers at the National Apple show  by Prof. A L.  Melander, head of the  SEALED TENDERS wm be received  by the Minister of Lands not later than  noon on the 3rd day of March, 1913, for I department of entomology at the state  the purchase of Licence No. X13 to cut j college of Washington.  4,180,000 f eefe-B. M., and 650 cedar poles  on Lot 281, Group 1, Kootenay Di-trioc  ulear Creston,  Particulars of Chief Forester, Victoria  B.C. no28  "WATER NOTICE  For License to Take and Use Water  I  sistaut by a gradual process of wsedia^ ������  out tbe individuals that are not narcy,  I do not know. Bnt I do know that  some of the standaid sprays are not  nearly bo sure and effective as they  used to be. That is the main thing that  I wanted to surprise you with at this  time.  ���������'Now, in the eastern state?, as we  lock over experiments, we find that a  long time ago, about iS75, the fruit  growers started to use sulphur-lime for  the San Jose scale, and the government  and state officials tried it and condemned  it. And in trying to find someihing else  tVt������>������ *?������.c bitter the1* hit- on crnG? O'l  emulsions. They found that they conld  get better results than with the standard  sulphur lime. y  "At the  present time, however, almost all of them are recommending sulphur-lime for the San Jose scale in the  east,   and are not recommending the  crude oil emulsions.      Weii,  you see  what the east ts doing; it is switching  from the\crude oil emulsions towards  sulphur-lime.   But I have had occasion  to examine San Jose scale and the eggs  of insects sprayed this year in various  things,   and   among   them have been  twigB sprayed with ciude oil, and they  Bee_s t-5 t-s getting better ye������nlts so far  as killing red spider eggs and  tne San  Jose scale.  "In some districtsT notably the Cleay-  water, Olarkston and Columbia river  regions, and tbe Walla Walla country, I  believe they will have better success depending on.the oil emulsions than������they  wilLon the suiphur^-limes... Tbe east is  coming to use sulphur lime; the west is  departing from the use of sulphur-lime.  "If the biological theory is true, that  we are breeding up scales that are' resistant lothiB or that spray, it may be  s  ���������tbat we shall have to switch onr methods  of fighting the pests, we will say every  twenty years; We will Bpray with  sulphur-lime; that will be the best for  twenty years and then we will switch  over and take up the oil emuUion and  spray with that for twenty years until  we get a scale that is resistant to oil  emulsion, and- then como back and  switch to the other  ������  i  a    i  it  R   A. Mirabelli  Satidio and  Harn&ss  Repairing  m tarmGiALTY  Dealer in   higH   class  boots and shoes.  Notice   is Hereby given that Pau  Ofner oi Duck Creek, B. C, will apply  for a, license to tako and use  i\ cobio  foot of waiter per second, out of ������. tributary of Duck Creek, which Hows in  ProfessorMelanderdeclares tbat evidence tends to show, that by spraying  to destroy orchard pests, the fruit growers have,actually been building up  more hearty strains. That suryivorsof  the deadly spray, and their mbre rests-  tent descendants, are now able to defy |    ..Biologically it is possible to rear up  mixtures that were completely destructive a few yenrs ago.  The suggestion is both fascinating  and alarming.  "In other words, "quoting from Professor Melander's address, "it is possible from a biological standpoint that  we are breeding  the  resistent  inseots.  Get your Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars,   Pouches,  Pipes, etc., at tbe  Creston    Wine    &  Spirit Co*  1   Sa Poole ^ Prop*  a westerly direction through Blocks  ������        a Tr.,..,,  That might strike some of you pretty  4 and 6, Lot 270, aud empties in Du-jk   *������������*���������������"������������" -       *  rr.jjy  heavy.   It thore is suoh a thing as this.  Orcok near Block O. H., Lot IIH.  wator will bo diverted at the wwitli  east comet* ot Block 4, Lot 270 and  will be used for domestic purpose* on  tho land doscrlbwl oa Block 8, Lot 270.  This, notice wni posted oil tho ground  on tho 11th day of November, 1012,  Tho application will bo filed in tho  ofllco of tho wator recordw at NcIhoii.  Objoctloniftnay lie tiled with the wild  Water Becovdnr or with tho comptroller "of wMitt-r rights. Parliament  Building.*, Vi uiwi ������6, B. C.  l?a������il OfiiMi* (Apii-.u'tuL)  I  it Is ft big, big thing in the fruit world."  Professor  Melander thon illustrated  his theory.   "If It is possible to spray  so as to kill, vro will flay, 0,909,000 and  'so on, and let just one scale or luncot escape, and that ono is a hardy Uttlo bugger, a resistent fellow aud tlmt one begot* children and these children inclined  to bo reBktent beoituao thoir parents ecro  were resistant in that way from year to  year by a prooesa of artificial selection���������  that is what tho blologUt calls it���������we  spray so as to eliminate those that are  not so hardy, we we brooding up year  *  after year and progressively increasing  n w-Uteut brand of San Joso scale."  Now for the evldenoe;   "Afew yoars  ������������������For quluk Male we are offering first  class apple trfetr grafted on best French  Crab Apple rotm. bust for rtrohard plant-  mm 0. 0m     _ iu,   ,     _ n   ago wo were oooksure that Hulphnr-limo  In--* nt. *I9 ror Til 0. Grand Forks.. B. O. |"������w w    ��������� m   m     M mm        .. ..   .M &��������������������� mm a..       M>>u.n._> m.    m...mx..m ...   ... x  ' |Grand Fork- Wnk%* Hnnmry Oo. |  a breed that would be resistent. If you  ,8top to figure how many progeny there  are���������a San Jose scale may be the ancestor of not only billions, but many billions of Individuals, you can Bee that  where we ore Bpraying on such a wholesale scale, applying this death agent to  so many individuals, It is possible to  effect a natural selection or an artificial  solootion of those that aro fitted to survive.  "I may bo oritizod for proposing suoh  a thing, bocauBO it is, perhaps, going off  at half cook. But it Ib a subjoot tbat I  propose giving some attention to during  tha next few years, and possibly some  time from now we shall be the bettor  able to answer this question than wo  are at the present time.  "���������I wonld like very inuob, If any of  yon people live in a distriot whoro tho  atllnkm.   mnrmy in   lUVnnARarV   for   winter  application, to have you oo-oporato and  npply various kinds of sprays���������that Is,  two or throe dlfforont experiments, and  thon send mo tho results so that I oan  check up and find out exactly what they  a���������re.,,���������Si-t'teBmnn Raview.  '-���������--������������������/I'll ~  w. H.-IOHHSON   Proprietor  THE   HOME  qbp   -rue  ���������*a������ _ *    w * ms^  TRANSIENT  m  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 su***-  plied with only the best brand  of goods.  6 !  j Creston, B.G,  is   nun���������*-**!���������-��������� i-_-_-._���������,- iai_r ��������� am ^-HM-_-___ft*rI'-ft-Mr*-* '  2% Xmi\$ ttPm  'iiaa^stioti  9#^2^^r%^^ ewe?  Sm  that  tf\4* m*e-i  fin      I C-  ative or yours,  who has been a  resident of Creston or is in any  T-jtrriir  V v a. y  dm  CIS  t  the progress of  his valley, a year's  subscription to the  CRESTON  ..rbvi.e;w? :;:v  Those who used  this plan last year  can do no better  than renew the  subscription  another year,  this your immediate attention. We  will send your  Christmas greetings.  for  Give  -m  M  --m  -,*W  ^arjj  i-.l  "'Mi  ....  ���������Htii  A-zy  I trfUUMA *****   AW*     ������J'������������<"     mmam,  yl K������i  K4C.  ma  Iti  ti  &  fl  iv  tin  ������5  ClUSTON    -IEYIEWS    OEESTON;    B. C������  W  fi-^Vi*' ���������*���������**%%.*   "W"'J@3������������2"������_  Wfi/fe^4^^**-^*-^������^'  -;-'^'i-^4^'^iSUfl* iV/tT^*1 i  " _-__���������������___  r-GEDPE  * ."���������*  cannot properly masticate solid  foods and digestion is often  upset���������they do not receive'the  needed nourishment to make  strength and preserve health,but  *>������ ttged people everywhere could  jj-g OKsly realize the strength'sus*  pj Saining noarishmetri in Scott'a  M Emulsion ihey would take it after  M every meal.  M It possesses tbe nourishing ele-  -I jnents of cod ]iVer oil, the vital  ���������powers of the hypophosphitesof  lima and soda and the curative  qualitiesof glycerine, all so perfectly  combined that nature immediately  appropriates them to create  strength���������nourish the organs and  build ths body. It relieves rheumatism aad ailments due to declining  ^Ttf.r,y-et        T4- ,)/*,*c  f.-s +lj^  cnftii   Qr   _������*^  jgg    Refaze substitutes for SCOTT'S,  $i      -Scott & Bowne. Toronto, Ontario    12-63  Jf^maasBiBaB^saBiaBmsimVBmm  CANADA     MUST     IMPROVE     HER  LIVE STOCK PRODUCTION   "  What   is   to   be   done   in   orcier   io  |������ ' build up the meat industry qZ Canada?  ' There will bo little use for abattoirs  if the farmers do not raise animals  ( for slaughter therein and the questlou  I is now not so much how ean we ea.port  our surplus meat, but rather how can  \-.������ import en-US" ���������-at **"������ fee*i ouri  1 selves.  '.-..  Canada, like other    growing    countries, is already facing a shortage in  The population is rap-  provincial govnr. men's. Nothing, por - j  lians,  will, accomplish so much as a ���������  campaign oj*\. publicity.'-and education,  which will convince the western farm-1  or that he will benefit himself and hla  land by raising live stock.      And in  this connection it hj to be hoped that j  ���������the   government   when   revising   the |  Bank   Act,   will   permit   loans   to   be  made*   to   the   farmer   upon   tho   pro- j  ducts of his farm, including both grain *  and live stock.  The lesson cannot bo too strongly impressed ��������� upon the f������irmers of the  northwest that* the growth and -prosperity of the; live stock and meat bus-;  iness   of  the   country   depends   upon  ���������m      mm. _  ��������� Si- ��������� ~T    ��������� ��������� ���������      ��������� ���������mm   ������������������-  ConstipatioB  Is Growing Smaller Every Day.  AMX I Ji������*i. .*   mxx i  ������ ������������������������������  meat supply. .   .  ��������� idly increasing, whereas the supply of  .cattle; sheep and boss is decreasing an ample and steady supply of live  I rapidly. In several provinces .w.! ct���������p1r httin������ fi,w,iKi,Q,i +ftf),a.noVv6r<l  j actual number or cattle, sheep and an������ bute-ners scattered ov.������"th7^uif'  ! hogs is less than five years ago. lhe -*���������  /breaking up of the ranch and range  ! country in the west into small.farms  has made serious inroads into the sup-  try. ..-.Without, ample supplie3,*irand  raw materials these people cannot operate economically, so that it is greatly to the benefit and profit of the farm  Cksreea  ".8-*S|S---B.-  I ply of beef and mutton, from that ter-, erg to kgep a gtea(1y supply moving  ' rltory, and has practicully cut off the   forward in order that the home mark  supply of thin young    cattle    which  JAPS   IDEA   OF   IDEAL  WIFE  i  -Six  Essential  Points He Holds  Absolutely  Necessary to  Perfection  Mr. Ichiba is a clever and  "aniens Japanese author, better kaovvnl  iowever, for his eccentricities tli-iu  ���������_or his litem ry ability.  His last wife died in April last.  ;;after ten years* patient endurance of  '"tlie literary temperament, and  mourning spouse immediately  sabcut finding another partner,  --"commissioned all his friends to keep;  formerly, were shipped to Ontario to  be finished over.  Grain farmers of the western provinces are being urged by experimental farm workers*., farmers' institutes,  livestock and farm papers to diversify-  their farming not only tor safety as  to returns, but as an insurance against  tue Iiiiit* \vuwli r^JH.iiity will vv so. depleted that yields of grain will be no  longer profitable.  Live stock is a safeguard, not only  for t.h������? farmer, but would-be a big  factor in helping to solve the car short-  i age problem which is so acute every  i fali. Grain farmers aii wan<t to  market th^ir grain at the same time  and ge-t the money. Sheep and steers  can be marketed every day in the  year, provide a safe revenue, aud distribute the traffic for -the'transportation comp&n'es. There is at present a market in Canada for aU live  stock produce and for all kinds af  smoked  meats, lard, ham and bacon.  et may be maintained and developed  and the best prices established for the  live stock growu within the provinces;   ���������������������������-.  LIVER PILLS ate  responsible���������they not A&Si  only give relief ���������  they permanently  cuieCoMtipa-  iionti   Millions use  them for  BMotts-  ness, indigestion, Sick Headache, Satiois Statu  Small Pill, Small Doao. Small Price.,  Genuine must bear Signature  ���������F0  THE OLD PAINS AND ACHES ARE  NOW   ONLY   A   MEMORY  Tells of the Wonderful  Benefits Obtained From  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEYIIYER FILLS  Like  many another  Newfoundlands  ..A -i. a_ ,   a -    u       -.i.i. ���������--J or llvitis far from doctors, Mr. Stone  so that the market is here with good j feels unboulld3d: gratitude for the ben-  prices: As the population increases atg obtaln<?d ������rom the uso o������ Dr.  this market will grow. j Chase's Kidney-Liver -pills.  .One of tne greatest drawbacks j For years he had suffered-..from .a  t^e; against more live stock in the we^t j congested conditionof the liver and  ;-eti is the fact that Canadian banks are ��������� ludnfeys, with headaches, backaches,  r_jej not allowed to accept live stock as.j pains in limbs and body. Words  eeiJ collateral for loans, whereas in the ��������� fan to describe his sufferings as well  ���������h^'r pvps on^n for a suitable oerson I ^Tnlte<1 States an enormous aud pro-] as the gratitude he-wants to express  -Sd 4vfa Siing^^^ for the cure.  WwIttimoSali^S^ loaninsr  companies   who       Mr.   Ales,   J.   Stone.  West   Point.  ''Si to rlnort immSte*S w 1lSl>i e������������ behind tlie beginner-In the live Nfld., -rites:-"! suppose you  i_nakLte for J������^ honor L" TeV- Se' stwk bnsiness ��������� and carry Win until ] thought I had forgotten all about you  STL   JIL lo        | the returns come in from his invest-J whe_ I got Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver  **IU?1_S -oi?ix   primary   condU-^nt. PiliS( but I haven't. ,5^m^f   ^*  Ions  which  the   successful  candidate!     It is generally supposed tiat the ex-   cuse_mistakes,   for   Uke   manr New-  :.,_i.' v.~^_ rn ������,.i^n        T������fl.������- t,rof������f     ! tremelv low temperatures wnicn  pre-���������,. lounaiana men l nave not taucu eau-  EDUCATiON PAYS  Look about you and see how trained  bvalns win better'salaries than trained .muscles. We train young men  and women to use their brains in oua-  IneBa. 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 otTlce or  wish to become a competent telegraph  operator. Write W. HY Shaw, President. Shaw's Schools. Toronto. Canada.' '  BEST  W.H. STOREYS'SON, Ltd.  ACTON.  ONT.  SULTAN'S  HOUSEHOLD   IN   FEAR  OP INFIDEL   , i  Women of tf.e  Imperial   Harem  I"  a  State Btjrdtring  Upon  Panic  Constantinople.*������^S'_et*=-    was     undoubted   consternation' at   Dotaiabag-  hche-h Palace, which the sultan iuhab- ���������  Its. with his houselio^.  The fear that the Bulgarian army  may after all manage to break througn  the Tcnataiaia lines* and enter the*  city has become active in the minds  of those* responsible for the'.safety of  thei city, and this: fea*. has?been''communicated to the royiil?,palStee>,::?*??  Kyery preparation    fe^^fllight,  haa  been made,    Boats aw?r6^y?lla.?the,  Bbsporous      adiolnlna,?   tiio.'.', tiYtialaod.l  grounds, and the fltgH to A^la. >ftrst  to -Scutari and thenco   to!   Bi'oiisaa, \  could be accomplishe.d at a moment's  .notice? ti���������:���������';. :���������;. ['.'.titi-titi*;  Nevertheless, thii .wosien-oi th*s ii*������-  ppriai harem,' with their attendants,  numbering many dozens, are ;���������: in a  state bordering on?panlc, and the chief  eunuch has b^en making daily rounds  of irni aparr.iucfvts. trying to reassure  the female nibriibers of the household'  thnt there Is no danger and that tho  artny Is,still' able to defend the capital agaJngt;the Infidel. But with all  these efforts there isundoubted panic  .in^he harom. ���������������������������;������������������.      s, .!.--���������  There are no great treasures to take  away. When Sultan- Abdul H������*mid  was dethroned his priceless collections wore confiscated and distributed,  so little of 'great-value was; left to his  succossor*. and Yitdiz Kiosk, where  Abdul Hamld lived, wa3 closed permanently. Tbe new sultan remained  in his old home, where he had been a  prisoner for so many years.  Kiamll  Pasha  Is?;��������� constantly. In  attendance on the  sultan,  who awaits j  with feverish .anxiety any reports from I  the  front, hoping  acainst. hope; that  victory  may  3r.et  come to  the  O-'-.o-  man arms.  USAKt IL5  Sanol's Anti-Diabe.es  Is the only remedy which has  a record of complete' pnres..,  Price $2.00 ul Ivlosi Leading .  Druggists  THE'SsANOLMPQ. CO.j Ud -  ���������    Winnipeg, M&n.  THE 'ALBETA' HOTEL  71S MAIN ST., WINNIPEG-  A t*w oleors south of C.P.R.nD������p*M  ; ftaRee $a.SO to $2.09 fssr day  Cuitiriti unaxceii** *  8  i  Hat and cold wcter In every raata  H#t?l   practically   Flr������pre������t  Al������ Outaide  Room*  WVfUiU     _tC*v<3     t,<ji    ii.ns.tmA.  r*gy*r    nrexv-fk'  The ladv rnu?t hare passed through j vail   during  the Vkuer  in  the  west j cation, but I want to thank you many  'fa.r-.r-!! a** absolutely prohibitive oi the sue-! times for your medicine.     .    .    _  cessfui and economical handiing oij "i cannot tell you what I sunered  liv-e stock. As a matter of fact, 1 from liver and kidney derangements,  much of the best beef sold in Calgary,  Edmonton and Winnipeg this spring  was fed out in the open air last winter with no shelter, except a few  buildiuss.  and   here  and  th^re  tlie various phases of society, from A  to Z, as only by ripe experience can  perfection  be  attained.  Except the clothes she should stand  up in she fdiould have no worldly po^  ���������sessions whatsoever.  ShT*. mu^t be severed from her family entirely. T  She must contract to keep the kitch-  tn and bathroom absolutely spick and  jp*-m _ncl ready for instant, use.  Her stylo- of hairdresslng must b3  a la mode .Taponai&e���������no foreign frills,  pads,'switches or toupets to be perxnit-  She must stand five fcor high in  'irTser tabi, bti'I her Ilriilis and hrrdy bs of  mi. proper plnmpnoss���������as to face, feat  ���������"arrefl and other points, these were not  '%������ matter.  Mr.  Ichiba looked over forty-seven   J.3*f.X...    1 O ._    I..I..    r..i.a.j iia  M-ja.uuiU4ti.t70   iifn'i m   uciiif?   Smtntir-���������   v-v tin  "48. -woman  28 years old, whose ex per  v5������nce of life npn������*ari to have -been such  t������������ to  meet with  the eccentric  auth-  v������w'n approval. ,  indigestion aud constipation, nor can  I   find   words  to  express  how   much  good thi3 medicine bas done me.      I  feel better than I _ave for five years  n-nrt  "hf*yQ  *"ivsn some o? these  pills  haystacks or very cheap sheds. North- j to friends, who tell me they have done  west  winters are  no harder on live j them a wonderful lot of good. I want  stock than the winters of Ontario.       | to express my heartfelt gratitude for  Although the Province of Alberta is! the  benefits derived from  the   great  unusually well equipped for producing' medicine  Tho transition from winter's cold  ���������*������ summer's heat frequently puts a  ustraln upon tho system thAt produces  'internal complications, always painful  <a.nd often serious. A common form  ������ot disorder la dysentery, to which  ���������*many are prone In the spring and sum-  "X-er. The very best medicine to use  '~ln nubrtulng this painful aliment Is  "i-Br. 3. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cord-  *''a1. Tt In a standard remedy, sold  everywhere.  She Ih a wIrc woman who laughs  1 jn4u.lv .'it tho right, time.  '���������-I  "Wire What. Is meant, John by the  lEaJfirnur'. currying coal to Newcastle?  HuHu'iml--It ls a metaphor, my  t-tNar, showing the doing of something  tSi.'il. Hi iiimecftssary.  Wife -1 don't exactly understand.  CIvc mi* an Illustration���������a familiar  te-<t.  U'u sit and���������Well, if I were to bring  y������n homo a book entitled How to  ���������Talk, that would be carrying coals to  .1Wewi".ast,lo.  cheaply mutton of the finest quality,  large quantities of frosen sheep and  lambs are each winter brought In  from Australia and New Zealand, in  addition to the large number of live  sheep and lambs driven across the  border from Montana and Wyoming.  One thing our farmers and stock  raisers should learn is that the home  market is the best. The cattle embargo has combined with other causes  to make shipping cattle to Liverpool  unprofitable. Indeed, several firms,  formerly iarge exporters of cattle,  have practically ceased their  ment to England.  Again, the Canadian market Is better than American markets, for the  Canadian farmer and rancher will almost uniformly get a better price net  at Edmonton, Calgary or Winnipeg  than he will at Chicago. No more delusive argument waa put forward by  the advocates of reciprocity than the  argument that the Canadian cattle  raiser would be benefited by freer access to the American market.  Somo Western Canadian stockmen  have been led by Chicago market reports and rumors of an acute shortage of finished cattle ln the United  States to ship their finished cattle to  the Chicago market. In the case  of the first largo shipments of cattle  made from Alberta to Chicago this  fall the market was unusually favorable and entirely abnormal. Cnttlo  for that wook touched    tho    highest  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a dose," 25c. a box, at ail dealers  or Edmanson, Bates & Co., Limited,  Toronto.  ?        What Matter Which?  When the news became Known, his  fellow-clerks gathered arouiiil and congratulated him.      ..-,,- ;   .-.  But, said one man "doubtfully, I understand the girl you're engaged co  Is a twin. Bit awkward, isn't it? How  do you tell the difference between her  and her sister?  The man who had just spent six  wieeks' salary on an engagement ring  smiled indulgently.  Tut! That's all right, they're a jolly  nice family, anyway, .and. I never  bother very much which one it is.  ��������� AiiiM'A      B     * m.s s*0m0*t^^     ar-1 ��������� ������������*,������������������      ��������� ^s*twt*'-  _*! *** _> ���������** *��������������� *+  ILLNESS OF THE CZAREVITCH  Malady ef the    Middle    Ages    With  Which Man:* Princes are Affected  London,���������The   recent     pronounCi.-:  ment of the czar's physicians concerning the illness of the czarevitch���������-that  the boy is a haemophlllc or a bleeder  ���������is the subject of  interesting -com*  ship-   ment in the current issue of the Hospital. '���������'���������:'    V'"-'  It Is statad that this strange and  terrible malady, whose victims bleed  excessively after comparatively slight  Injuries, has occurred at intervals  among the scions of European royal  families since the middle ages, and  that at present many princes are suffering  from  it.     ,    ^  In popular language, the victims of  this constitutional tendency to bleed  excessively have been said to have  only one skin Instead of three. The  truth Is, of course, that hemophilics  have Just as many skins as any one  else (to wit, one); but that their blood  lacks to a greater of lesser degree  that power of coagulation or clotting  which ln normal persona leads to  natural arrest of hemorrhage after  any except very serious injuries to  large blood /CBsels.  Little .TackY aged five, had acconv  panled his mother on a trip to the  city. '    '   . 'Zti. *.;.- YY���������.-.���������.-;.   ,  When the conductor came around  to collect the fares,Tlie ?asked, the usual questicnY '���������:'���������������������������-"  ??How old Is the boy?Y; '. ?????:  ? After being informed the correct  age, which did not require a fare, the  conductor passed.on to the! next person..-   ?-.-   - -.*������������������.��������� '.-,  ���������;���������,-���������;.-.  ��������� "'��������� ���������.-:���������,-.;���������  ;>-;./���������/  The lad sat quite still, apparently  wondering over something; then, concluding that full information had not  been given, he called loudly: .to ths  conductor at the other end of,; the car:  Y And mother's 35.  A   Simple   and  Cheap  A simple, cheap and   effective   medicine Is something to be-desired. There  is no medicine so effective a regulator  of the dJgeKitive sy^tern ���������s Parmelee's  Vegetable rills. ,    They, are  simDie,  they are cheap, they can be got any-j  where, and tbelr beneficial action will.I  prove   their  recommendation.    They (  are the medicine of the poor man and  those who wish to    escape    doctors'  bills will de well in 'giving them  a  trial.   -  -Ulnar ���������!       I   ii  1��������� - -   -     "  A Timely Warning  . -.,..,  For an hour the. cautH .is '.batsman  had fuced the bowlers, but he wan not  to be tempt"... Not a ajlitary r.ia  from his hat had bewi reg'.-'tered.  Gradually tbe, fielders. closed '**  nround him arid' waited eagerly : for  the catch, time never., camo.  . And gradually the light failed. It  was essential hla wicket t should be  captured, so closer crept the fielders, till at ip'St there was scarcely  breathing room.  Most of "the snectators had gpue  .home or ������rpne to,sleep.? But.suddenly  on; the silent air came a voice from  the pavilion.   ,...-,,.-.,,.;,.   :.?..,-.; ���������....������������������.:.;.?. ,'.;;���������;���������.-���������'  Look out. Tjck! sounded the warning .cry. They're all Yarpubd you!  Tn.ko care you don't get your pocket  picked-.  EvsrTrbo*cIx'r likes tibe  I  O   OATTC17  'The House of Plenty"  r?AMAIT0  HOTEL  American and European Plans  Geo.   Wright &  Mack Carroll  Proprietors -  - - - --  ILuS)_-  ^se&���������������  -* All grocers 2Sc. Ib.  Tin  _uiu   luur  HIDES AND  FURS  to i  MclVSILLAN HIR 8, WOOL Co,- I  'I  I  At the present time it would seem  prices  ever known  In   Chicago stock that hemophilia is more prevalent than  One on the Barber  ���������   Customer���������Is it true that the edge  of a razor improves if it 13 laid,aside  for a while after honing It?  ���������>. Barber���������Yes, slr.v  .   Customer���������Then    you'd better   lay  aside the razor you've just used ou me  i<for about a thousand years.  Suspicious Move  ?  I fear I have made a mistake.  ?  Why?  :���������' He proposed in , a taxicab. The  minute I accepted him he paid tho bill  and we feot out and walked.  Is some men would quit looking for  a soft political snap and stick to their  regular employment they v,*ouUl bo  better off financially.  !    Mont. r������f the so-called theatrical stars'  are rockets.  I was cured of terrlMe ��������� lumbago by  MINARD'S LINIMENT;  REV.  WM.  BROWN.  I was cured of a bad case of earache  by MINARD'S LINIMENT.  MRS.   S.  KATJLBACK.  I waa cured of sensitive lungs by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  MRS, *S.  MASTERS.  mils. JUnlt IkGliS CU.- Linnted  - - Bagineers and Boilermakers  Sailers    -f    all      kinds���������En_in_s.  Pumps, and Heavy Plata Work     |  Writ* us Zttt Prices   ' g  14 Strschan Ave..*Toronto, Csr.ads g  Homo of tho charity that begins at  !j)'<imfi hin't worth making a fusa  '.Bibous.  ^MSSnard's   Liniment   Cures   Olphth������rl������  yards, so that Iho Alberta cattle being carried along with the current,  j sold for a fow cents a hundred moro  I than they would have brought on the  same date In Winnipeg. The success of this'shipment led numerous  o-.hcr ranchmen In the west to tnko a  chance on the Chicago market, with  tho result thnt In ovctv case, so far  tho net prices received for stock  would havo netted fit Calgary. Edmonton or Winnipeg. Western Canadian  prices for beef, mutton and pork nro  regulated hy ������up ply find uomand.  i With  tho  west each  yenr  Importln  A  Fatal  Ailment  S-aauenKor���������l haven't Hoeri mil Jones j , n���������nntltJon of monts from East  ;**ho won conductor ou  thin car for a \   v������ Callia(lili  tho UnUcll  stntpa>  Mm.  ���������tong time. I trai|;l ana xcw Zonland. lt in obvious  Ilia I.   pi'lc'S   Tor   fljii.slu'd   prodncl:.   ln  :''\-!*vl'",',*''r���������Mo,   Hill   nln't     nn     thr������ I  ever among princes. Tho late duke  of Albany suffered from it, and eventually died of It. The second son of  the king and queen of Spain, la said  to be affllctod by it, and to be Incurably denf ln consequence of hemori^  hnire lnlo the in-ternal  oar.  Rumors aro also current that the  lTohonzollerns are not exempt from lt,  nnd that somo of Queen Mary's relations aro hemophilic to n, slight do-  greo. The disease hardly over occurs In fonrnlot-: but It In handed down  almost cxccccively through the femalo  Uno.  REST AKD HEALTH TS MOTHER AHD 8H!U5.  M-9. WXNStOW'S SOOTH1NO SYRUP .hBS  lM!������IJ  ?B*dfwover SIXTXVEARSbyJWIt,UONS of  axGTKSKS    aOa'     wen     .x.xxxx.X0X.xa,x%      ���������*��������� xxxxim.  -B-THING. with PERFECT SUCCESSi "ft  SOOTHES the CHILD. SOPTENS the GUMS,  AiXaYS all PAIN; CURES WIND COLIC, and  ia the best remedy for DIARKHCEA. . U i������*b-  eolutely. harmless. Be sure sad ask; tor "Mn.  WinaloVs Soothing Syrup." and take ao otlics*  kind.  Twenty-five cents a bottle.  $85 to  r  ':*Oiid no more.       Ilo got color-blind.!  Fassen*-*���������"��������� r���������Color blind?  Conductor���������Ych.  ���������which   wiw   bin   and  company's.  the wofit must ho at. leant on a parity  ;-������  ii  il  Slift Hind Sudi  iJea-liiiil .-Ja.i-ls  ihftt ll waa perfectly evi.lritt  that   uim   iin-il   Sit A I',    the  orljj-ln.il   hiiii'l  cleaner, t,J rr-  mot/ct'..o^ili;;;  of JicvKicwir:;.  nUnd rlcanrra  uny   olh<*A*  mn   do   mot  A vol a   ratifc  lmlt.itLinn, ui;,I  r.-':'.r :.-.'v-    |t   r  rn.Jl.it: i,t,  .xmi  iC-TVT /_ I.  JH1 >-" X ^   _   3L 4*.  1  ,'><4*f fr<,m yrtt.r ^������������l������r Uk-U*-.  ������!������������������ ^..li|,ot,4.  W.   N.   U.  ���������)?'  ' with pr'cf'!* for thoff prodnctn In otlior  H������i rouliln t hi'i- - ,  ,of|   f    m   whlcn   t)loy   uro   cx.  which   was   tho   I>or|f.(1#  Till'.*,   i1'i"-noril   ptihjfcf:  will  be  fnuml  rrr.��������� ������������������rrrr. > dlsciifU'd at  great. Inuglh In t.hft last  ! nnnual report Issued hy Dr. J, G.  juniM'rfnrii. an vi'li'iinury gi'imral of  th.-: TViniliilon flovcrniYicnt, which wan  r... r.,,,. i,.r.i.. n^ntMi fvA������v| r,������-"l f^mmf'Tit'  oil upon lit tht- 11 mi" by Thii World.  The ������������������ciicnv! Hiibjcct f>f the lani'uNh.  lu/ riu-at IndiiHtry of Cnntida was Iho  HuhJ"ct of a li'iiKthy debnto In Iho  houHo of coinmoiiH about a year ago  nml it In it fair biirinli'" that Urn pro-  ^'���������nt i;oviTiii>K'nt Intciiilw In Homti wriy  in '.ncouniRc the lii'lui'try, Unftirtuu-  ���������iii'ly. ihfl cold climate of Wfiirru  I'ntmdii and the natural dowiro or tho  -    ��������� .ii.... t.. ....t i. /.uii-'V v/'itiru from  | 1i!h lanil mid to pay for IiIh fnrm iih  'MilH-lv an iio:': .Ihlii mllltnloH ui'alnat  the Induatry. In lhe end, however.  , Hi*' farmer who ni!M������'H ������oii>*i livestock  '-uii! who ferdH hla fvof.ted rt"''" will  ! ef.me   out   fih'THt,   and   unniK'Hllfiiiahly  , the country uh a wimh' will ne i;rn:iuy  .   . i      ,   t......   >. ...   i...  ,     llt.tlttl I At.14        ������*.. !*.������..������.        ������������������������������������-������������������    '*        I.    -            ,*'  ; Kf'Mlern   nnd   Wentcrn  (.iinadu   ulllt'*.  Inif^'d. tho ultuallon  Ih bfcoinliiK po  ' ernve   fin lf������  demand  the  enrneNt   nml  Pretty Pecoonnl  Tn one of the largo citlos a street  car collided with a milk cart, and  went can after can of milk splashing  into tho Htrcot. Soon a largo crowd  gathered. A vory short man coming  up had to stand on tlptoo to soo pant  a Htoiit woman in front.  GoodnP'Bo! ho cxclalmod. What an  awful  waste.  Tho Htout woman turned around and  glartvd nt tho Uttlo man and said,  oooi'uJy.  .Mind ytjur own hiLshicuuJ  Why She Resigned  Mica aingwcll had been a member  nf tho choral aocloty over nlnco It wuh  formed, and it wan undoubtedly true  Unit hor lint youth had waned. lint  tho eholnmitiler waii astounded recently ity the newH that Hho had re-  nigned hor momborBhlp,  IlcnlKiii'd! ho gasped. lint what-  evor for.'  Well, l don't know exactly, mild Iho  Hf'erotary bin, n UiilveH im������ Lhul. ll may  havo I'nnu'thlii'r; to do with tho nolo  we picked Vor her lit tho next per-  fnriniincc,  w n> .     ll 11.u,   111   It I  ��������� '������ ���������.,..i. ,.,-,., v.......*   ',.,f  ������rtiir im f0������1  "  Model  Breakfast  -���������has charming flavour and  wholesome    nourishment-**  Jt tLPJSX  oasties  and cream  This delightful food, made  of Indian Corn, is really  fasrinalintj.  Corn, says Dr. Hutchison,  a noted English authority,  is one of the ideal, foods.  As made into Post Toas-  ties, it is most attractive to  the palate.  The moro ;,nlim you toko with your  ������������������iiilng the fewer you will have after-  1 tarly  attention  of  the Dominion  mid) ward.  ,.4-m������    _   m*   Jt.   IX*tif   XIM-Xs.MX\S i  ft  , %f}J \f . %0  Sold by grocers-_  Packages 10 and 15 cents  MllllO    III    -ItHlltliA    IJJr  -. X.        .   . r.  . .   % 0. ..  I.UUUUIUU        A   Uu^l.1        WVA '>.������..        ww.,  Ltd., Windsor. Ontario.  i  The Doctor's Little  Dodge  Yes, .onld the doctor, you are In a  very bad way. You must follow my  instructions carefully.  I will, doctor, said the patient.  Now, to begin with, you eat too  much. You must cut down your  butcher's and grocer's bills by one-  half.  I'll do it, doctor.  Right. Now, how do you go to the  office every day?  By street car.  Then vou must walk. Do y>u visit  tlieatroa?  Yea. often.  You must glv. - them up." Do you  smoke?  You must stop.  Do you drink?  Yoa.  You must givo up all drinking for  a couple of months, and by that, time  yon will probably have saved $35.50  which in whnt yon own mo for last  year's  medical  attendance.  Spoiled His TVccord  Some crlckotors, aftor practising  one evenlnrr. w-.������r<* talking In tho pavilion about record porformancoH.  Aftor a few wonderful ovonts had  boon related ono of thoir number noted as a bnd bowler and butsman, began:  Well, chaps. Ah dorn't. siippoorso an  yo'll bollo^o mo hut Ah onco ncooared  a hundred runs an' followed lt up by  thkkln' nine wickets, an' Ah hov hoa  doubt, but Ah shuil hov tokken th'  other un, hut���������  nut, whnt? queried hlu listeners, n**  the speaker bcflltntcd.  nut my alarum clock wont, off an'  wakkoived mo un.  Marching Order*  Thomnsl cried Uio boy's father, ln  siirprlHO. You! Surely holiday  Unto Iiuh not come yet? I though  tho end of tho t������rpi was not for another month.  That's right, answered his son, and  looked thoughtfully about Uiu pluuo.  lint why���������why haven't you otayed  UII  ���������' , ,  Changed my mind, camo tho brief  reply. .{nd I'm not going back,  ellherl      Don't llko tlio uchool.  Hut, Thomas, expostulated tho grieved parent, tt is an oxcollout c_tabllsh-  .������,������..������ 'IM.i������    *r.\\r\r\\    \\nn   'tit-rKirl    nilt  Ronio of tho smortoHt men In Uio country!  Know all about that, returned tho  I holiday maker sprrowfullv.     And It's  | tuiuvil lUii out, Loo!  ti;,  . Month. J_earn a new profe-mlon.  oven tVeeka. Wo hitvo Jobs for threo  uudrod ineni nefore Iauy 1st, 1018a  INDIANA SCHOOL OF TRACTIONEERIriQ  n 100 PINE LAKE AVE.? LAPOBTE, IND.  CANCER  Boo!i Frse. " A eiapla -  .   Horn*  irealmtsnl remaveil  loinp from thldIail*/'B breast  Old moras, ulcer; snd  tir������Wtbs cared.    Deacriba  ra������rtrenbl������i we will ���������end book antl (���������atimoniala.  TMB CANADA CaNCER INSTITUTC, Limitko  10 CHURCHILL. XVK.. TORONTO  Hunters and Trappers  Ship your Furs and Taxidermy Work  to  tho  INDIAN  CURIO CO.  540  Main Street, Winnipeg  nig Guiiio head SpooliUlntH  Buyera   of   Raw   Purs.    Pi-loe   Mate  Soys  and    "E  QirBs  Send Post Curd today for, how to mako  and   "Easy Pocket  aVioney"  Now'a the Time. Adrireta  P.O. Box 1260, Montr-till  WOTTTiT> YOTJ MKTO TO LMAUN THIfl  sloclc brolclng Uuhiuijhh? I want u llvo  nrnbltloiiH ruDnrm ntuttvo In ovory city  auu town to luuirtio ntonUH, nondti una  mortipiKou; upplleant muut f urolith rotor-  onocM and havo from $100 to $500 personal capital. Wrlto tu- cull, Alhol Guoiui*  r.oV)t;)t:;on,   r.8  Oolbnrnft  f.tri-ft,   Toronto.  Somebody Got Left  Thoso shoes Bkr, wero worn by  Chariot) I on hla way to bo executed.  Ho muut huvo limped a bit.  No, sir. Uo walked gracefully and  calmly.  ll'in I don't bollcvo you. Both  thoso shoes aro for tho right foot.  Hubby's Fault  I am tuirprlHcd that you aro not a  fluff rnsotto.  It Is all my hut-band's fault.  Why, I thought ho wantod women  lo   vuiyi  VTj\     rtf\f>i,  am  Wall flowers aro society girls who  J woro nipped 'n tho bud,,  .UiiuiMfaUttttKtW #'**������������������'  mm__������Hia ****** 't** tmn*"������ ���������aw  r'ri;,*v  >Ti?^S_PI-  v*--'  F'  '.V',*':  1_S.1V    UlWWSlUiX .-,-U-VlJ-inv*'V'KJB������0:-ViXlv..->-JD. o.* -  "���������'^rv'^'H'^l  .x :  .'Jl'Jt   * ���������'.*���������.  *���������   *mi������������i  Al  WOULD CONTINUE WAff WiTHOUT  HER   ALLIES  V4*AnHUH   hiiu ; ine  i urtvtrv ��������� n  POSTAL   BUSINESS  Premier S if tor. of Alberta Makes Stir-  is Reported to be Dissatisfied. With  , -the Conclusion ofXthe Armistices-  Two Peace Conferences* ' are E?c-  4. pected to be Held in London this  ''i -week. " * ' f  Athens.���������Commenting on the conclusion or tno armistice, the Atueun,  newspapers express the conviction  that the government will, if necessary,  continue tfce war without her allies.  According to advices from Salohlk!  the Greeks aro meeting with considerable opposition in Epirus. The Turkish sriuv which retreated from Monastic had not surrendered, but the Bub-  mission' of small detachments con  tlnu-es.        i  An official communication issued by  the minister of marine describiuig the  operations of the Greek fleet during  ths war "Ives details o? the/ transport  of 13,000 Bulgarian troops and 3,000  animals. The transports and conveying warships left Saloniki on the morning of November 27 and reached Ded-  csghatch at one p'clock on the afternoon of the following day, where they  were greeted by a squadron of tho  Greek Aegean fleet.  The Bulgarian "troops ^er^s dritwn  up on the decks and cheered heartily.  The work of disembarkm-nt 'was suspended at nightfall and continued the  next morning. All were safely landed without a hitch by the evening oi  November 27. The fleet then left  Dedeagbatch.  London.���������Jifo news has yet been received that Greece has signed the armistice, although she is expected xo do  so, as the protocol provides that the  beseiged garrisons are not to be provisioned to which Greece had strongly  objected.    *  The fact that Turkey has agreed to  this clause is held to indicate that  there is no likelihood of the immediate  surrender of the fortress.  It is possible that two conferences  may be sitting concurrently at London after this week. Tho proposal  for an ambassadorial conference  reached the Australian foreign office  and is said to have been received by  the Austrian cabinet. ��������� Count von  Berohthoid is delaying his reply, however, until he has consulted 'with the  ether members of the triple .alliance.  ������Ab Germany Is Known vto" _&tfor the  conference it is expect*- that Austria  will embrace the proposal and the ambassadors are likely to meet -at the  game time as the peace delegates.  With resoect to the dispute be-twers  the allies it appears that the Greeks  addressed last Sunday a dignified and  Speech in London  London.���������At the banquet of the  Cauadi-B club the'-speecbes were in a  sense remarkable foi* what, the speakers did not .say, there was* not a single direct reference to thfe naval question althouph the subject was doubtless uppermost in the minds of most  of those present.  McLean  Brown   presided,    his    Im-  frtC"rf|������*^ft    /������t^-Ym^o**r\.nK*     l-\*tm*\**     OWtS-*     a\Tf\Y\  W. H" LongV Sir~Robert Perks, Hon*.  H. Mackenzie:, Hon. A. L. Sifton.  Earl Stanhope, Sir J. P. Whitney, Sir  T. P. WhUtaker and Hamar Greenwood.  Hearty cheers    rewarded    McLean  Brown's endeavor to get away from  tho stereotyped style ln proposing the  '"   toast of the Dominion.  Premier Sifton, in responding, eulogized the Duke of Connaught's- tenure  of offlc'-'. and s_!d ths dominatlug hope  in the Canadian mind was that His  Royal Hiphness could be Induced to  prolong his stay ln Canada.  Ke also said that Sir John Macdon-  -ald's prediction that    the    Dominion  would become the outlying   auxiliary  forces for the protection of the' British Crojwn  iVas being fulfilled.  There was nothing of the ? igo spirit in Canada, but the people were confident in their own destiny.  Mr. Sifton declared he found the  feeling formerly apparent irt Britain  t������-������at Canada would aeparate from the  Kmnire now entirely disappeared.  Right Hon.  W,ilter Long made no  _tl..���������!.._ x~ A.U_ __-|!.t������������������l l...,...!..,. _������ V.<���������  ...IUatl.il     l-      A-A4IC     JJU141 IVIA.      .J^OAJU^.     V4      ...A*  rpcetr*"- journey to the Dominion, but  express<������d profound jrratitude for tho  lavish hospitality shown him.  The Canadia-nK. be sa'd, were i������r>-  ���������oerialist*"' In ihp truest sen������*e nnd de-  rerm-ned to take their full share of  the Empire's burden and make certain that the history of the British  Empire was -?ven more glorious in the  future.  NEW OBTLETFOR GRAIN  THE PANAMA CANAL AND WESTERN WHEAT TRADE  indicated in Postmaster-Generai's Annua!   Report���������Over  $3,000,000  Surplus  Ottawa.���������The growth'of the Canadian postal business., is Indicated iu  the annual report-of 'the post-_iast������r  general tabled recently In the bousa.  A surplus of over three million dollars is recorded.  The number of ,postoffices is 13,859,  an increase of 635, Pos-al not: of-  lices increased ,-by 669, money order  offices by 172 and savings banks offices by 21. There was an increase  of 1,869,467 mileage in the mileage  of the mail routes. The number of  letters carried in the mails was 566,-  140,000, and post card ������, 54,727,000. TUe  mmXf.1      ...... ���������~..~ ,. ���������     mx I,    44,4.   44^--- ..A      A,-  -  ��������� utai    IRICIIUII     T������5������    ���������PJ.1S,30������.41S>J    0.11U    tut)  expenditures 9,172,135.  A notable extension in the rural  mall delivery system is noted, and a  separate branch to attend to it has  been established. The-e are now  900 rural mail routes and 25,000 boxes.  From September, 1808 to the end of  the fiscal year 2.740 annuities were  sold and $1,119,024 received.  SfSSPi  ���������_**". a rtrrnm  _____    K!AS_&*B  *"***.*r*.*r_r**���������������������������������' +*,������  __������_���������-but a  Tber at harvest was of an unfertun- i THfi  '' SUHvAY     SCoOOL  ate kind both over the United Stat=?a i        - \'     <��������� (r-   < \f.'  and Canadian spring wheat   country! , ������s������-im.   *jt:s rriiiRTw    "oiiartpss  aM. western Europe, but on o_ ^\-**^������������2������g.v���������2������'!mm?  Weekly Grain    Letter    Supplied    by  Thorn-ason, Sons &. Co., Grain Mer-   ������������������ ..     ��������� . ^ _ .   -���������������, 4.     _^���������a^      .  ���������       ' ; of the water at least the weather dm'- \  chants, Winnipeg. ing thQ last two montbSj *__ especial- P..   -*���������- j ly during November, has been unus-  Winnipeg, Dec. 3.���������Within the last ��������� ually mild and calm for the time of  three or four days a steadier feeling   year.      It has permitted the bulk of  Text cf the wesson, Matt, xvuV21-35.������<Y.  Memory Versee; 21f 22.���������-Gatd-so Texfcj  Eph.   iv,  3_   (R.V.)���������Commentary^'  a  INHUMAN AMBULANCE MEN  ���������minting appeal to  of the allies, beseeching tbem to take  no action calculated to endanger the  league. Tho same time Greece offered all her naval and military resources in case Turkey declined to accept the terms less damaging to what  Greece regarded as in tha allies* best  interests.  It Is understood that this appeal  forma an Important historical docu-  ���������* m-^nt, which will show that Greece,  far from having intention to breakaway from the league made the strongest eiforts to maintain it on its original form.  Search Injured for Money Before Caring for Them  relief committee of the city council  have just discovered that/when an accident happens the ambulance drivers of the city who reach the spot  fk-st seek- to find if the injured individual has fch^ uuui oi lwo dolIaiB to  pay for the tnp before thoy take the  party to tbe hospital.  It some oases it has been necessary  for bystanders to take up a collection  to get this 'wo dollars before a severely injured lias been got to the hospital as tbe drivers are all insistent  on these terms.  An enquiry is to be made ,������nd some  explanation demnrded. Tb<? aldermen facing an election aro verj' Indignant.  iu that country. Tbe news otherwise ! lakes to an extent beyond all previous *",������*eQwu������ ?re ,Hls' ^e' te.*152ucfIfJ;  has given no occasion for sudden and J records. Now that we are into De- fve���������,, Tl " . w*r". '. ���������. ,,**������,  sharp market changes, and consequent- j cember it is getting colder and we may l^ethyou umebeta tno apple Ox^ib  ly the fluctuation in prices has been lock for somo storm and snow, all of fZ^^Jti?^ ������-.L^*'bi- n_S?'  narrow in most markets and the seven ' which hinders and -sometimes stops J H1?.,,, *Uen Persecuting ti ia pqopie.  days under i-eview finish up with, for   traffic by road and rail, arid receinm I .WU������ persecutes!, thou me?    (ActA, i^.  of grain  vMli fall off and  may  even IV-..   ������������w -He teaches us ho*v to de**,l,  get  portion  now so that with lower prices and win-   /,������������������,_>        ^. s    ,, 4Ti -^  +o~  -aortp. ,u. r-ne-it-  *o  i^--,.,,: * (verse  15)  ������n  many    instances    that  to hang back.    While    demand   may   ������������������ ������*������������* ^J^Z^L^l  not be so urgent as it has been, there  is  still considerable  activity    In    it,  enough to keep    trade    on    a    good  the most part, slight-; advances of %,  to %c. over the closing pieces of a  week ago. While many professional traders In the speculative markets  ca*11 '"i*1,it" *'������ bA '���������'iii'-'vied v.'ith bearish  sentiment, most of them recognize  that there may now be some risk iu  pressing the bear side by freely selling short, now  t xt  prices  have got  tt-|.a*n      Will      t-.ll     Alft*     -r./*     T������.c-������,     ^,r^������ */��������� VtVW    J1C    LBaCU������������    U6    UVVf    IA/    U������^fc '  Se smalL*" In ^nusuaSy S ^f- ?*������ ������������en\usft-f f T ^ ^  tion of the crop has been  movld ^m ^'fL^^A^^U? ^1  t ������a that vtrirr. 5nwPr nrir.M ������nri ���������i-n. *-?������*  witn  ������������������ offending party aion^  down so far. This does not mean that healthy basis at the decline in prices  prices may not go a little lower yet, j The chief thing that may be consider-  but, for.'between two and three weeks j ed a menace to the market now is, the  past practically all kjnds of statistics * Argentine crop. That crop Is practl-  and crop' news have been of a very j cally made now although even yet  bearish description and the market ��������� considerable damage could befall it ln  feeling has been bearish, and yet very ; th������> ^onthprn p?rt.      In the north cut-  FOREIGN MINISTER QUITS  Clamor for Impeachment of Government for its Apathy Toward  murisjoiia  Pekin.���������Russia's recent action in  recognizing tho independence of Mongolia is having far-reaching effects 'u  China..  Telegrams from the Interior demand  tbe impeachment of the government.  Already the foreign minister, Liang  Meng-ting, has resigned, to the general regret of the diplomatic corps, on  whom he had created a favorable im-  preeslon. He had unusual qualifications and speaks EngHshYperfectly,  besides being a gifted Chinese scholar.  While proclaiming her adherence to  the policy, of the maintenance of the  integrity of China, America has witnessed, without a word of protest,  Mongolia separated from China and  brought under Russian suzerainty! nnd  her delay in the recognition-Of the  republic has materially assisted Rus-  ������Inn policy and shaken the'Chinese  government. The clamor that has  arisen Is agalust the government  which has failed oven to obtain recognition from other republics, upon  whose governments the Chinese is  .���������modeled���������America and France, for  '��������� oxamplo; while Mongolia has received recognition from Russia.  Tlie British memorandum, which  Sir John Jordan, the British minister  handed to the Chinese government in  March, threatening that unless China  gave a written undertaking not to Interfere In Tibet, Klngland would not re-  cognlzo the republic, is still iitum*  wored. This is ropardod as one of  the many unfortunate blunders  'made by tlio present British government. Its policy has only thf ���������������������'!���������  filstent and rosolut.o support of the  Indian opium dealers, nnd in In de-  fluncp, of th<������ universal sentiment of  tlie hotter chissos In China.  Reports that China' In BMidlni",  troops to Kobdo, in wontorn Mongolia.  are wholly without foundation. China  hns protested against Russia's action,  put sho Is absolutely unable to do moro  and has no intention of nttninptl.itr  forclblo  moarsurtwt.  Report Is Tabled In Commons Dealing  With the Effect on the Pananya Canal in the Development of Trade���������  Predicts that Much cf - Western  Grain Wilt be Shipped via the  Pacific.  Ottawa.���������The effect of the Panama  Canal development of trade, particularly that of the grain carrying in the  ..'r...+ *_ AT.^. ������.~.4M _!.~_1 A* ��������� ..-...-'. ~m XI. f.  .. \.w������,       A0       V.AA.       _A A4AV.AJJCAA      X*7A*I.IAA19      XIX       t^A*?  report of the public works department  tabled by the Hon. Robert Rogers.  Deputy Minister Hunter reviews <*t  length the work of the department  and refers to the harbor improvements  which have been begun at Victoria and  Vancouver. Both cities, he states,  are looking forward to a great development from the opening of the new  /���������Pilpl    on���������   In   /������ri������i������!4i4',������i&_4������<i   ft,  gta**1*   h^l  been made upon extensive dredging  operations aud docking facilities. It  Is pointed out that a carload of wheat  could make four trips to Vancouver  and Victoria in the time it would take  for one trip to St. John. As a con-  sequeuoe tufeT's is no reason why millions of ihe western grain should not  find an outlet by the way of the Panama canal and not to the Injury either  of the lake ports or Montreal and St.  John. It is considered that the fast  increasing crop output will greatly tax  the capacity of all those ports and  the new outlet wMl consequently be  the greatest advantage.  The enormous increase in immigration Is looked for by reason of the  cheap rates when the trip Is made all  the way by water.  The report reviews the harbor  works at the lake ports, Montreal,  Quebec, and St. John, nnd also gives  much interesting data touching the  growth ot the country, its trade and  the. public improvements that have  accdmpahiod It.  The total expenditure last year was  -18,928.666, the prluclpal items being  )S3,lfi'8,987 on harbors and rivers,,  $5,620,147 on dredging <ind $4,141,236  on public buildings. The revenue  was $418,630, ot which over S200.000  came from government telegraph  lines.  Dancer With a Broken Nock  London.-���������Although Mr. Waldorf  Miller broke bin neck while diving  more, than a year ago. he .led the  Rrand march at n, dance given In'his  honor in Npw Roehelle a fow days  ago. I-Tc was wholly paralysed for  months, but despito the doctor's opln^  Ion, he ouddouly refrained the use of  his linibB, nnd with the aid of a  friond on cither sldo. opened tho  dance.  Canadian   Steer   Wins   Championship  Chicago. III.���������The Grand Championship of th������ 1912 International Liiv*s>  Stock Exposition was bestowed on  Glen Carnock Victor, a two year-oil  Angus steer. The animal ls owned  by James D. McGregor and Sons, of  Brandon. Man, The new champion  never was fed a grain of corn, having  been finished on Canadian barley, ojijto  and hay, with a run of pasture at  night during the summer months.  Erecting Many Elevators  Moose Jaw.���������a_. C. _������unni_g, or the  Saskatchewan Co-Operstt. e    Elev.itor  i"* rwrrr v������a *������_���������������.���������* o<Sj������������f _| tnof is f*T������*I har *-r*i������������ *���������������*���������*���������*>*,  v^w*~-^w--.   f      ������.������.,/���������       _���������������..������.���������      <%_*_������ ������*-a      *>__h,      vvnu-*-  ing year his company will erect at  least fifty grain elevators at various  points in Saskatchewan for the directorate considers that the success of  tbe present year fully warrants the  construction. It Is possible, he says,  that more than fifty elevators will be  ������%..J14.        f.m.A        4.l%r.        J-j^A-r.1        mm f.������������        ...... ..1^ _.������.������.  Umtb       AA.AVA VAAO        ������.l/l^A,A        AAACA.JI        .J tT������t*w.l&        OJI&  hundred.  little, if any further decline in prices  bas taken place in that time.      It is  reasonable   to   expect   therefore   that  any change that may take place now,  will be likely to favor tne ouj! feide,  oue- if nrtly in a small wav. and naturally on (the first perception of any  development tending    to    strengthen  tbe market, the buying side will lead.  We  ourselves do  not  feel  sure that  there will be any decided upward turn  iu prices in the immediate future, but  the market has a harsh way of ignoring our feelings   In    these    matters,  otherwise we might be very rich, but  there   are   some   signs   appearing   in  the situation that may be allowed as  giving encouragement in a bullish direction.      This    last week    notwithstanding the    continuation    of    very  heavy primary receipts in the United  States, the United States visible supply has only increased 30,000 bushels  against an increase of 1,059,000 bushels same week last year when primary  receipts were quite moderate.      The  aggregate United States visible is now  65,400,000 bushels against    69,948,000  ���������bushels a yeai������'"ago and this is in faea  of the fact that since July 1st to date  the primary receipts in    the   United  States have been 205,357.000 bushels  against 126,039,000    bushels   for   the  same period in 1911.    Thus this year  we see an increase of 79.3jl8,000 bushels in the primary receipts and at the  same time a aecr?.ise    cf    14,500,000  bushels in the visible supply.    . Part  of the difference bafi vanished In the  increased exports, and part in the immense milling demand during the past  three months.     It is stated that farmers   in  the  south-west  winter  wheat  arfa is the United States have uimu-^t  quit marketing wheat for the present.  This is natural because they have al-  ting has begun and at present the  weather is reported to be fine after  some local rain and hail-storms. The  latest word we have of probable surplus wheat for export from the Argentine on rhis crop is 128.000.000  bushels to 136,000,000 bushels. This  year from last crop the quantity exported to date is 98,000,000 bushels so  that it may reach 100,000.000 bushels,  by December 31st, but last year in  November the estimated surplus for  export was 128.000,000 bushels. They  are going to be 28,000,000 bushels  short of exporting that estimated  quantity and as the weeks pass the  estimated surplus for this year may  be reduced and Argentine have a less  bearish appearance on the market  than at present. Let us hope for the  sake of all concerned that wheat  prices have seen the low points for  this crop year.  Our Winnipeg market keeps healthy  and active with a good demand for all  grades of wheat from No. 4 upwards  but the lower grades and all tough  and off-grade wheat, are in poor demand and difficult to work off. Receipts from the werL are about 600  cars per day or about two thirds of  the previous movement, and they will  soon average less than this. The  movement east by lake is very large  b  and  Ut*Atji.v    o.uutijtivif    DuSilGlS   O  ing cleared from Port    William  T?/**T^r        Afirnt-IM     ~ mm rmw     -rmmr*.~+?m T    nl*/������     Mn.'i'i'V'A  *���������   %->***���������     _j_* ���������> -_t*A       *.Vmx9\i       n^CM., AiaAC      UdTl^Ui'  tion will likely be closed by this day  week at latest.      In our option mark-  -*���������   VI  ���������J  \o   m,r\T%r   +Th,  e active month  Pollution of tli* R*H R|v*f  Winnipeg.���������The provincial board of  health has rcquostod tho Dominion  eommlttce of cont-ervatinn to look Into the mojitor of tho pollution of the  ftf*������1 Rlvor. As tho Rud River Is nn  International Waterway, tho commia-  ���������lon will take up tho Question with tho  boards of tho States of MinnoHOia  and North Dakota. Tho form ot investigation to ho mado hy the com-  mission will bo n sanitary survey of  tho entire courao of tho rlvor, an.l  tho extent of pollution will bo doter-  ���������vAlrwtJI    l.y    ;.    nr\r\,\n    r,f   "i.n\ ���������������������>" p_    *.".!.".:;���������  at various points iiloii'* tho river.  Pre-* Municipal Concerto  London.���������In order to try   to   pro-  rldo  popular  ttnti-rlalmnoiUu  ror  ths  Wrtrlrlnf   cln������A'*"*    flouthwm'lr   hnwMt,"i  koiinoll U providing a Horion of freo  prciiuttlrtii Mini, v-i'ui isouctii'is u,i ijiw  Hewlugtoa publlo hall.  Pulp and  Paper Entry  Washington, D.C.���������The customs  court has decided to hear arguments  January 14, regarding the wood pulp  and paper cases In which European  nation!* claim the right to send Uieso  commodltloH Into the United States  free of duty on tho "most favored mi*  tlon" clause of their treaties, because  froo entry is given to Canada, tho  only opnrntive sect ion of tho Canadian  reciprocity aproorrioivt.  Firemen Fired  Paris.���������The mayor of a very small  flinii.l town In tlio Vul ile Lolro,  Franco, Iiuh been reprimanded for  iniil.it)',* too rh;my appoint mon In to tho  firo brigade. Out of 20(10 Inlmhltants  400 nro firemen, und nro Uinvforu ex*  empl from military Borvlee. Tho authorities have reduced the liiiyade to  iwcnty-five memhr-n). Thin jrwtho'l  of gaining popularity lit now burred to  tho mayor.  **"��������� ���������" ���������<"���������������������������*���������������������������'  ' in* m*m,m.&l,**m*m,m *  Punishment by Burlnl  Toklo.���������The father of n seven  year old hoy at Klyumi punished him  for disobedience by biirylriR hlrn for  twenty-tour hour** in a hole In the  /'round, leaving' only IiIh heud abovo  the surface.      It  took  four men  *.<������  N"������w������pape- v>������tty  Peklii.-���������DurliiK   tlio   period   of   hint  yenr the port of Nawuhwanit, China,  Imported   21118  tons of  old   European  i>i.t,,.iv.nit4iru    v<,li...i1  ..t   fti4������7r,iiii       T'*-*  returns servo the double purpose of  wlninr v'miH mr me unuu'tic ami eov-  ���������rluj*; for the wullw of thoir Uouooa.  isfin good demand at current prices.  Toda3*'s cash prices for cars en-route  past Winnipeg are 1 Nor..  78%c;   2  ���������vr~���������      fftriy f..   n  *������t__       rro ���������.   v*���������      a    aim  A.-*Ul.t     |,J741y,     li    AflTJ.,     lOt,,     X-HKI .    7,    VII,,  About 2c. over these prices Is ob-  obtained for wheat now actuallv in  the elevators'at Fort William arid Port  Arthur and this premium will doubtless be obtainable up to the close ot  navigation. Futures closed December, 7S-,c; May, 83%-%c.  Oats���������  There is a better demand for oats  but the prices axe uuwu 2u. on the  week. No. 2 Canadian Western,  32c. spot and other grades ln proportion. Futures closed December  31%c; May, 34%c.  O-mlm..   The barley market continues quiet  with buyers for No. 3, 44%, and No.  4, 40%c.  Flax���������  The flax market is against sellers.  Cash prices are not quoted, but figures closed at December 108Vic; May,  114c.  All prices quoted above are for ln  store. Fort William, Port Arthur or  Duluth.  QTfSMNG CXNDLEJS ro&  mmzmm  mm  /At  3A?rTmmxS  Canadian Capita I Increases  Ottawa.���������An Indication of Iho tro-  niemlouB iniOre.iiHH in tlio e.upltul wi-  vosteil In Catiiifla In given by lh������j  figiirou of the tuipit'iltaaUon or now  companies lit Cunada tin ring tho laut  four lineal yourti, mndo public today.  On the ljBeal year iftOS-Ofl the total ��������� of  now eapltallviatlfiii aiid Inereaso'of ex-  latlng ������oni|)!uilo3 capital totalled $11)3,-  ������1^7,>*7r������. That fliiiiro la iucmasod almost 250 per cent. In tho total of  ,1tl 1.1-!',������,, which b* $400,B05,D99. The  nuinbei' of now eanipanlea iuooriior-  nted (liirlTiir Mio list yenr wan 575,  whllo 44 ������>v(Rtlug noutrinnles inerenimd  thoir capital.  Chance to Make Good  New York.���������Rtirie -Indol, one of tho  highest I'ulnrlo'l women of New York,  who lo.it Ivor $10,000 poHltlon ������.t thq  hwid of a lariTe >mmnii'itclurlng ei'ttib,  llshment Mi rough foi'gorloo, was oe-  dercd by Jiulgo .'ilaucii.-.m, if , ' -i-  nreme Courl..  to  uro to work,  nnvlii-  I    ,..*���������<  .    r, I, fy  A444A.4A     ^'A.4,t/Vt.  ready sold  *rocly  of their crop, and  tho low prieos now offering cannot bo  acooptable,  liesido'i  which  they  Imvo  an Immense   corn   crop   now   about  randy to inurltet and it is Is to be ex-  peetod thai Ihey will market corn and  hold on to Iho balance of their wheat.  Although WiVld'H shipinentH last, week  wero 12,070.000 hashnlB compared witn  10,012,000 bushels, thoro Is a decrease  of 1,328.000 Mi nil els In the amount on  ocean passage against an Inereaso of  584,000,000 luishelH for tho flame week  last year.    Thero Is   a   decrease   of  3104.000 hunhelH In the ICuropoan vlsl-  hie supply  which hIiuhIk nt 88.41)5,000  hiiHjiela ugiilJist **j7,GO0,ohc buwholH Iuji  yenr.    Tho quantity of wheat and (lour  on ocean piiRHiigo however ls "18.018,000  huslieln  m;nliint, .'1.1,080,01)0  bushels  .i  year uj^o, :iti Increase   this   year   of  5,5*I8.(MI0  hiirthelH.       Hut the most if  not all of the wheat on .piiMsage In Jn*  eluded hi the r.kiroponn vlidblo siipply.  ho  Unit with  tho birr Inerenwo In'exports and the inereaso on puHunjre, tho  ,r,m'^,yt4tn,t     .iliiHtV.    ���������lyt,il,<     \..,    ���������.     <^^.r...������  ���������.ij_.ii f..iiw <iiiiiiiit,t,ti .imi i neal iiu'i.er Uuui it ia, ir it were not  obtained by the forgerldH. Tho  prosecution pleaded for the woman's  liiiprlnDiinuml, biM Juili'o UlaiH'liaiij  ������ajd he would lot her go fnn' undor  suspended  Moutonco.      lie   told   hor  nt.r.    1../M.I."!    Uf.   Umm-r,..U 4    l���������������, r.l.    f~m    ......I,.I.  ment If she failed to pity buck 1ho*a  sho defrauded. The woman began  her career ns a wwoaUhoi) Klri,  for the IiieI that, n ''rent Inereane in  the (.oitHiinipUen of '.vlicaL )m.s tnkei)  place, Thin need not mean thnt the  wheat h.'iH huen iictunlly need np but  no doubt part ol It bus been consumed  . , , 4      ' .       ������ ������ ' ....  ....a.    ������,.������..    ���������'���������    ,.    .,..<������    n>'..i     .11.11    i.i.wiwui'  rwepl"' Hi Die hnndn of nillli***-! -imi  otheru. Another thin is that uhnull  Imnarit  ineiulhuviiH  to   tha  market  In  NEW GERMAN COMPANY  Text of the B/ll In Government Crusade Against Monopoly Published  Berlin. ��������� The North German  Gazette publishes the bill which ths  German government will Introduce In  the reichstag and which Is to, prevent  the Standard Oil Compnny from securing a monopoly of tha German petrol,  eum market.  ���������According 'o the hill, which consists  of twenty short paragraphs, the fed-  er.il'council (the council of representatives of all the. states, Included In  the German empire) la empowered to  grant to a German company n thirty  years" monopoly of the wholes-tie  trade in petroleum for Ulemin >Mng  purposes. Tho C'nipnny's opeit,tlc..'js  will be Tinder the control of tho >*ev.  ernment,, the appointment of direct.,  ors being subject to the chancellor's  approval.  A lerul maximum price will he fixed; If this bo exceeded, tho company's  profits will he limited to tho current  rate of Intorost tn Germany. There  will be no actual limits to the company's profits on sales below the maximum, but'feur-flflhn of such profits  must, bo paid over to tho government.  They will he devoted to social objects. oYie of which Is the n.mellornt1nn  of tho position of tho Germau army  veterans.  A line of new tank steamers plylnn  between Ham'.mrg and the United  States will scon be started to open the  Gorman market to independent; American companies.  culty, and the two or three or thd  church, would not be needed. Cort;  trast the ordinary way of telling other*  first and the general result of in*-  creased separations and - misundsr- '  standings/ When We work In God'a  wiy'ive can count on ;t?od working in  and witli -us (Isa. xvi, 12; Phil. ^  IS; lesson verses 18^ 19). The pre*  cious assurance in -verse 20 In not  often used in 'its connection^ but it I_  preclcus -in any connection,^ but it 1$.  precious in any connection with the  work of the Lord and for, many years  has taught me never to ask the Lord  to he in our midst whenJwe i_eet in*  Ilia li.uiju, but io retri ou xx������> vwxi tw������    .  surance that He is" present .-"* u  Peter had he,en paying attention and  wondering if he should g6 to a man  who offended him more than once of  twice and probably thought that ho  was stating an extreme limit when he  asked If he should forglve'liim seven  times. Great, Indeed, .- mus-t have  been hla surprise at -the" Lord's-'repl**C  "Not until **evpn times, but until seventy times seven" (verses 21, 22J-.  wh!6h was equal to saying: "CbntTnuo'  to forgive till the kingdom comes."  If we would .understand the-teaching cf febe 'Spirit, we must notlce'^hat,  He has said elsewhere upoh *any stfb-  ject, and I remember that Daniel was  told that 'after seventy sevens -tho  kingdom would come, bringing "lu everlasting righteousness (Dan. ix, 24>.  After sixty-nine sevens from the appointed time Messiah was cut off and  had no kingdom to show, just'as foretold, the seventieth week is yet' future, but wtll surely come. We must  therefore continue to forgive those  who give us Occasion to do so unceas-  aai^a/ ������,I/uoj. ia, 4o-a.ii. xi^, oemg  full of compassion, forgave their In-  iQuity ami cTesji n������y������?d I'nen! nox���������-yea,  many a time turned He His anger  away, for He remembered that thev  -^ere but fie&h" (Fs. ixxviii. ?8>. That  our Lord was thinking of "the kingdom in its present phase of mystery  and future manifestation seems clear  from His illustration of the king taking account of his servant"?. Th������*������  main point; of the lesson sp^tps to bo  that those"'who are forgiven so much  should readily forgive the comparatively small offenses of others against  them.  The contrast between the debt' of  the man to his master and th?t of tho  other servant -to him would ha something like the difference between  $1,000 and 15 cent- What kln_ of  a man. being forgiven freely the large  amount, would'fail to forgive his fellow the'trifie? And yet many *are"JJust  like that.    ' '  Onr indebtedness,to God cannot ba  reckoned, it is so great. Our'Iniauit-  ies cannot be numbered, yet He freely and fully forgives all who, witn  true penitence, turn to Him, saying,  ���������'Though ypur sins be as scarlet, they  shall be ,as, white as snow; 'though  they bo red! like crimson, thev shall  be as wool." I, even I, am He that  blotteth out thy transgressions and  will not remember thy sins,'' (Isa, 1,  18;otiiil, .'28)v Compared ^ith^Jth**  rnoimta'n. of bur tTansgres9l6hk:k,*a'inst  God, whioh T-Te fi-e'ely��������� forgives; the of-  fences of others against us must bo  the veriest trifles, which shoe id be as  freely forgiven by us, enabling us, to  pray sincerely. .."Forgive _,���������,.;.us" Your  debts as we .forMve our-'?4ebtoi_."  IMatt. vi?' 12) ti-tiTo obtain') the ?|or-  Klvoness of our sins the onl" condition Is '���������t.hrt.t. w������- come with tw".e' jionlY  tehee to Him who has "aid: "'TTim that  cometh to me I will in no wise en.^  '������������������ni. ' Thy'sills;,')re fdr*T''-*e'i'?'"���������''' Thv  fp|,th hath n-D'ed'thpe. Co 'n poa'co"  (J"bn v|. i7: I.Vike vll;48.f?nv? '; .  Bnt. riuvipv iMicouK-' chjle.rei of God,  bv  faith, ln'-'C!hrl������-l; Jos'it.������i 'tyci'i-.havintz-'  the apfuirnnre of.the for,lrlve^'"'-Vdf:^lil,  shiis. there Is nerd    of   e'Mist'Vnt   f^r-.  (rlvnne<������j?   bee'-efle   of   onB*nit   defile  nient nnd    phor'corr'lnpp,    tlio . ���������differ-:  enc^ betwoon  the, fore-lv-pe"-'?  of the  rebel,   the'   n������i>-ri"d   ������tnnev.   e*ifl   the  ferirlve-nesf* of *< ehJ.H In the Fath'er'ij.  hon*'-'.  The "���������y. Hraveufv Fftther"  end "Your Henvenlv Fnther" ,qf, .vorso  pr, nr our leflp'on und Matt. vl. 14. 15,  vhnw Mint "If vp forgive" and If y-.  f^rttive not, rofora to disciples nnd  ee-mmnnlop,.    ',,''���������,���������;"���������������������������-���������';'���������'',     ,.������������������,-.���������'...���������'���������..i,' ���������������������������  If n child of God. as Pet,*.r wns, and  Iho dtsclnV-H to whom Tie iimghl thnt  nrnver p.hould cherish an nnforttlvlng  snlrlt, towaH any one. pitch could not  r*,n,It *'*"���������> ���������"���������oTifleim*") fitr.Tlt"ner'o of  their Father. There would he a  cloud r������*.twcon. as when children are  com'olnus of disobedience to paront.n  they do not eei^pe lo be children, Vi**  there 1s n lne.l< 'of oommnninn. The  Lord, who delivered tho formerly for-  ���������������i"en debtor to the torrnontovs (vvi'm**  !H1, waa the man's Lord, ns In Lutie  vvl. 8, not our Lord Jemm Ci*rlMt, for  it wm never recorded that Ood ov ���������������*  withdrew forglvoiiosa    from    ono    '.o  KING GEORGE TO VI$IT  6UROPE  Old Age Pensions  OHnrn. --Mr. I>nrnhem, mcrabf'T  for West Peterlioro, given notice tlmt I ,,,,nM ,i��������� ������������������.������ ���������i���������rt��������� i*  he will again move for the appoint-! wl,om n������ ,uid ������lvcn il  ment of a select, committee or tho  house tn make Inquiry Inlo the ones,  tlon of old ago ponslons with a view  to tho establishment or such a HyHliv.n  In Canada, Mr. Vervelle, Mnlson-  neuve, gives notlco that ho will again  introduce his kill cilUnu lor uu eluht,  day on public works.  New Brldflr tt Oticceas  Moose .law,-���������Bo fur UiIh year ������ioni������  fi.aFiO.OOO biiBliels of wheat havo boen  shipped out over the Outlook branch  und 4,000,000 of this,   or   more    has  Arr.inr-emnt-.ts   Belnrt   M.**d������*   for   Kng-  land's   Klnfl to  Visit  Deldla^s  BriisHoh.'���������It Ih roporicd in    Ili-ua-  rc'.ii that    airnniicinentii    arc    holtlg  made for the visit of King tiisorge to  Vi.t.   I ,  " '  ...   .......1.      ....... ft.      .....       ..........        ..I       Mil.)  year. It. In uuiIiiihUiihI Ibid tlio vIhII.  uf Tiin Majesty will coincide with tho  announi'.i meat of the vcnnrynlMon by  I'*n''lniid of '.Ui* niinexatloii of the  Centre, hy l'ej--,h*,i,i.'Some pillcera represent In**, the lirltlmh Admiralty, vls-  i.uiiiii  j a ai 141  null,  ujiiiunj   ttiiiitn  ni   li;i>  lifMp-ft 'I'll'u    n'rtt.'    >trni>i-lt       ft      ���������'  liml iJiuiiK iiHeniiy  wUll u vi������w to lli-  .... f.,.,1.. .f      H..S       f %.  ^,,X   t*f.m., ......   ... f      . ���������  '   '' >������������������'.-��������������� ��������� " "..      '���������-��������������������������� ,....,...,.   v  .....   .....���������.,       V_..������t|������4,  O.P.H. haa proved u glgunUu uuccous   prior to niakliig Hual arrangements foi*  lit ovory way,. Ithe vtHli of the Kln������*. *^������J^A������W^���������'-fill^tBi^  -mm  m*  ���������.St  TSE    0___5&ms    BE VIEW a  ���������PMMtl-IMta-MMMlM  ���������DRESTON.    B.C.  ���������swrflinr  fft^Mom*M4������^<  WV���������  ?.  -^jg-T^jsttA.'^?- f~!������j.'������'j2S.'V_A. *exEU3Si !__--K3-������=?35_-3?SSr_i  ch aassairj  *    n    *.. ������gj_au  i I  Ttif������ i-*| <1  >".L  ���������'. &.^.tf.������  *rtr,r-'-^--iA-'lt-<JBMa  2___-:-----_r:-_-ff%'2a!UC7.'--r: _������^si3t_7-SE_5S___.  iti  sss.a 8-bbp.  Mia a a n_ its.     s������=  1  M     J,   B.  \vr^ i_<������va  ilia* riti-^f-iCr-d  od  niir'new RtncK.  GURRANTS   k/aS//v&    O/l / __ o  ?  J1  V/mlaw returned  Creek frcni Crest'������n, Satiuvloy.  to  Duck  Ch.w!*- ItliH)ra ������i������' heiv fiom  Saturday  f_T5_  _���������  ju t- ---  g pf    ��������� -   f _g    11**-,���������* *^^3 _     _ ^    a������ P--I-1  ��������� a tf  We   guarantee  We have the Goods and Quality and we want your Business  ^-xictiy  aa  % -tj  1 VOli  _T  1~   t  *���������  is  ~m mmtaa,   #**������&*%&*% W    85 0* I4 _% ������_ ft*   ^___-   .  lilt. yfyMU.i uaiuoi mim i  :*fc  BILLIARDS AND POOL, HOT OR COLD  CIQARS,    CIGARETTES   AND  RAZORS     GROUND  AND SET.  j. ' to M-md-iy do ng survey..\voik for  Mr  Wiulaw.  While in Duck Creek, Chas.  Moore  and   Frank May went deer hunting.  They returned late ia tho ovo_ing without ttuv u.661, but Cliiu'lle  was packing  the skin of a good sized cougar.   The  animal measured 6 ft. 0 in  from tip to  tip.      The hunters came   across   him  about 3>_   miles above   Winlaw's buw  mill.    Ohas.    returned   to Creston   tbe  next day, it is rumoured, that he t'ouud  it necessary to buy a hut two sizes larger. ��������� . .      .     . .\  r������ AT*HC  sm*\ j^t T+xzrrr i __ 1MQ  Vf,\4������l**l _~a-.v m. s v������ -.������������������  ���������j   i  I BAM HATFIELD.Prop.  ^^UMliiiM      s - ess jgg&,'*&X' ES  ���������    s* jar"���������fiFT m    ���������__,.^y3___��������� B������  i-i-K-Ei-'-feBa' i  WBBB   -.BM ma;mmm.w *��������������� ������  P.  ���������T.  ������������������������������������' ir. I  ���������Cl_  I lilt  YQUMG MEN ANI> MEDDLEUAGED MEM,  the victiii- of earl*,* taaiscretk.tis and later es.  cesses, who are ������aiii_*ea in Iii���������������yoa we the  ones-.TQ caa restons to saanbood amd revive  the spark cf eilerjg* aad -vitality. Don't tjjive  tig ia despair "because you h&ve treated ���������with  otaer doctors, used electric belts &sd tried  JUlfiTtHJJJl&'X  UHUKCli  Services will be held every Sunday as  follows:  Morning - - 11:00 a. ni.  Evening   -        -       . . .   7-.yo p.. in.  Sabbatb School 2:20 p. ni.  You are ^welcome to   tarry with us  Fred L, Carpenter ��������� ���������?  Pastor  Ifl    ���������        1'      i'**<'*^.-inii'.,l  H.,1.!       i   ii ���������     i. .1        -    until-. 'I     >������������������>������������������ --I IHII-IHIW-.  PRESBYTEEIAN   CHURCH  Service 'every Sunday  at  11 a.m.  and 7:30 p. m. v  'Sabbiitli School at2:80 p. in.  Adult Bible Class at close of even-  1 ing service.  AV. G. B_ak-  Minister  r* 1II s  ['f;      _���������B     SB s  Wt."tyfijp.:-4'  v_������TCiv^ ' "AW  ii   other doctoi-s, usei  *������g-Mg^==A\ H    T^-icH*- drug store nastruras.  ������Oar Neir Method Treatm������nit bas snatched*" I  Irandreds frora the brici_ of despair, has re- '  ������I   stored baauuQj to aaU_irsis si ho���������es ?.T"*  il   hasTaade'successfijl mea of those -who were  *    ���������������������������Jiowttaadout.-"    ne prescribe speciSo renv-  edijs for each iadiTi<iual case accoruisrg-to to������  syinptorns  smd coiaoljcatioas���������we  have no  patent medicines.   This is one ������ttlie secrets of  CHURCH OF B_rGX.AND  Christ Church  ....     -       AAU * VM V/  esch i������sdlv1d"asi"cs3S.   Qsly cupswle esses se-   _D  cepted. _V/������ fc������������������ A>ne busiiaesa throusaoux  S  CU-AELE CASES  GUARANTffiD '  OR  NO  _AY  DE A ft CD Are you a victim? Hare you lost  . HwHU-li hope? Are yoassteadinj** to marryt  I Has your blood beea diseased! Eave you ajiy  ���������weakness* Onr new mrama Treatiasat'WUl  c*arc yon. Whr.t it- has don������ for others it -will  do for you. Ccnsoltetion Free. No matter  ���������who has treated you, write for an honest  opinion Free of Ch_������������������*������������������. Bo^sa ,5s"*������*r*  "lioyhoo'-i. Manhood, FiiUieouOOd.** \Xaaaa5wSav-  ed; oa Diseases of Hen.  ���������   ,A>CCS -AlAlAA      yotii   vjAaaa%4i���������/  Mfirinf? Tjitaisy Sermon 11 a. m  Ericiksou School Honse 3 p? ni*  Sunday School 3 p.m  Confirmation Class 5:15 p. ni.  Evensong, Sermon 7:Q0p.m.  Philip C. Hayman (Vicar)_  ���������������<���������- "f-Ti ���������1 -������ mmm. '     lm.iA������>������l������< *\-%mi-1 * *-% t*       \mt      ������l  i.U._������ TV  IMIU >T JUIIA'MUO ���������^���������ia'1%1-4,**.-!^       ������������������������.     -*v  largo flunie here and taking out logs iu  the uear future. The proposed oonrae  of tho flum^ is down Dm'k Creek and  *������uto tSve Coat rivor slosjjh.  *-.'. ...-.Ii.t^    '.  'ti  '���������'"���������filf*'  The Duck Creek social club _ Christ-  nins tree fuud has *uow reached $33 80  nnd is still rising.  Mr. and Mrs. Sparkes certainly proved  themselves able managers and are highly complimented for the way they carried out their programme at the club  dance last Saturday; Everybody hod  nuch a good time that it was with the  {jreatest difficulty that the janitor was  able to clear the hall.  The ice was in good condition on Sunday and a pleasant hour was spent oil  I it by a crowd of local sports.  'S3   ^ne lEnigpmmriftSi ' '#������*;  ,im &fthm ES������������?dem  ������_'mnb at���������  ���������5veryone wnnts o piotnre of the _iemhers of the Government of  Canada. The "News-Advertiser" has bad prepared for the exoinsiv'6  uso of its readers in this proviaca a large eagrave*i plate of Rt. Hon  B>.li, Borden and his Ministers.  The group is redrawn from the latest photographs of the eighteen  Ministers, who compose the advisers of Hia Royal Highness the Gov-'  ernor-Geueral. I<- is printed in sepia on heavy board ready for framing  nud will be of ihe greatest educational value in i-ha home,' the schec  aud the library,  The Prime Minister, HON, R.L.BORDE-J", occupies a central position, and is shown standing at tho head of .the Council Table. Seated  about bit- rug his coiicuguog.  v    Dimly iu the background the features of Sir John Macdonald look  down ou his successors. '  How* to Obtain the  i^tui V  This Hue cngraviuK, of which a limited number have heeia pre-  partd, will be ^ent  FREE OFOHJ-ROE  to new subscriber?, or to old subscribers, who renew their subscriptions  for one year ($3 0.0.)  For ouc of town subscribers the piotnre wiii be  -cubed and po&iafj-e  prepaid.  T-nn.siib?c-**iber8 may obtain copies on Dayment   of  E0  cents.   If  mailed, ten ceuts extra for tubing and postage.  Applications and remittances (cash must accompany Oidsr), must  be made-to , ��������� . "'        ..     '  The Circulation Manager  "News-Advertiser," Vancouver,B.C.  ^  at..���������  i.^:..   ~.x-t .J,   3��������� -**._a  x.-i_m' lauiQB g;ii uuoy ouuuu jruui    ucai  B :b Dixon is iuauaKer at the dance on  Saturday Deo. 14. Don't forget you a!l  said you would help him all you could. , j -^  Don't forget the Social  Club Christ-  ' mas tree and* dance, Dec 26.   Paul  Ha-  ft*.  -   -    _ ^^. ������>^a,   -^ 4   a.*.     -  - -     -    j ni   i m^0  B '-M,  WW ���������        _  i i_-i--%rfPO!iiRi    H-"���������r1*JS|"p   swiir^^r___S  uutyo-ii Gum loiuio nuiouuu-ii  VERNON, B. C.  NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT.   No namwon W������ or ������nv-U  ���������cstag. J������vet_*_ing Confidontud.   Queatioa List and Coat of Treatment FREE FOR HOME  The Sight Rev.? A. U. be Pencier,  Liord Bishop or New ���������wTestiijineter wil  hold a Confirmation  Service at Christ  Church on Tuesday, Deo. 17 at 8 p,  m  ���������^ ��������� _>���������������������������_. mb- _i a_g_B���������ii��������� Mf  Wm\-m,0mx    BIT STBiMi _>__������  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold St.,  Detroit,'Mich.  All letters from Canada must be addressed  to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  ���������      -        __      ment in Windsor, Ont.   If you desire to  See us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we see and treat  Bo paoeats in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters as follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Ont.  JiVrftof*- om-vrivatsaddnajk   Land Notice  Nelson Land District. Distriot pf West  Kootenay  Take notice that Levi Bent of the  Oity of Cranbrook, occupation a laborer,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:���������  gen has kindly placed the lower. floor of  his house at the disposal of the club for  that evening, it being much larger than  the club bnildiscr. Ever^bodv will _?���������  heartily welcomed* Songs, recitations,  and side splitting dialogues have been  promised. Don't forget that all roads  lead to Paul Hagens on Dec. 26th,  Two cases of presents, ornaments etc.,  for the Christmas tree arrived in Creston on Monday.  All our trees are Horae Grown and guaranteed true  lo name. We carry all tlie leading, varieties. most  suited to this district.    Our specialty is budded stock  on three-yeiir-oiu wjioic rou>8v  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  ��������� J. Biinco; Box _^99 Creston, BX. +  ������*������_  Mr.    Winlaw    accompanied  Moore~tb Creston, Monday.   .  Chas.  %titir  %'titi  *fflffj*ffiyw������ii*y^^  Tho Riverside Nurseries  Comprising t25 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.  B*GmmmBm&  Piumm  Pe&Ghes  GJ9������B*i G53S  GUAKANTEED HOME GROWN  Cellared���������Roots in earth, uo danger of winter killing  * "We can hold your trade."  Establish*- lOOObythe HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture  ! ALL STOCK. DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  I    Commencing at a post planted 80 feet  } ���������.  '       .   . .        ,        Frank May was a visitor to Creston  ��������� distant in a Westerly direotion from the  ���������,  Tuesday.  North West post of   Mannerio's Lot.  Thence North 20 chains; thence West  20 [ohains; thence South   20  ohains;  thence East 20 chains containing forty  aores more or less.  Levi Bent,  Applicant.  Dated October 1, 1912.  | Por Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  Frank May and Walter Cooper have  been appointed to seonre a treef suitable  for a Christmas tree.  -'-������-&---������-*----!  r_S--v_--i  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES  Drafts on the principal cities in the following counli'lct* lusucd without  delay :  XtkUm.  AraMa  XttmnUaa tUa*Wtt  Xrmmmlm  AuMralU  Xttsttia-Wtaaaasy  ������������������UflUM  Brattl  BulaurU  ChTll "  ChlMM  Cr������U  Cuba  Danmark  Vtaland  *rormota  jfrane*  Oat-many  a raaea  lc������l*ud  India  Italy  Japan  Mittcdonla  ���������Run ������!���������  Multu  Norvlu  Mitnclnirla  Blum  Mexico  Rlbnrla  Now Zuuland  8outti Africa  Norway  I'pitln  Punnrnu  Rtrnltn Sett1������nnnnta  Pitr.lii'  Hwedon  Ptrru  Hwltiarland  l-'liilitiplno Ihlund.  l'r.llih*  Syria  Turkny                   8.  I'oriiii-al  United Btatna  Kuumun'a  Want Indian, ale.  T?b������s������o iSfsfto can be drawn in butiii'Ki irunvm, inuinn, *������������������������> ��������������������������� ��������������������� -;.. y���������.,  taH������, roubl������s, _tc.. accordlntf to the money of tlu* country In which ihey  ������u- p-yablc. Tbis ^smhlaa lhe payee lo obtnin tlu* txiict amount intended.  Percy B. Fowler, Manager Creston Branch  Communication  Croaton, B.C., Dec. 9, 1913  To tho Editor of tho Boviow  Dear Sir:���������  Tho Canyon City oorroBpondont puts  the query in tho last issuo of tho Ro������  viow; Who Is tho author of that old  motto? "When iu lioino do uh tho  Romans do,"  Edisons Enoyolopodla glvofl this vor-  sion of the saying. In oiiniuutod with  St. Ambrose (fourth century) from tho  followiug dlvoveity ln tho obsorvanoo of  Saturday. Tho Mllanoso mako it. feast,  tho lioniaiiH a fast. St. AmbroHO boiug  askod what should bo dono in suoh a  oiiho, replied, ��������� 'In matters of iudilforouoo  lb is hotter to ha guided by tho the gen-  oral nango.   When I nm at Milan I do  ��������� *UW   A I* tit;   U������i   I ���������*������������������.*��������������� fc*I \m't.'j~i     *J\\*.      *\ --I'll   ������      **lii   Cm*  Homo I do at thoy do at, Roinn."  Yours Kosp't,  Loohtuvar  Mrs. Pease, Miss Pease and Clarence  wero visitors to Duok Creek, Saturdny  and took in ho danoo.  MrB. Mutton and Mrs. Mather und  Fr?d Haggard were present at the danoo  oa Saturday.    .  Chas. Mooro returned to Dnok Crook  Wednesday accompaniod by J. A.Ci'oiup-  ton. Mr. Moore' asserts that there is a  muoh larger cougar up thero than tho  one ho shot^md ho and Mr. Crompton  havo gono up with tho do termination  of exterminating Mr. Cougar altogether  We slnoeroly hope ho may succeed,  Paul Hagen aud Miss Anna Hagen  wero visitors to Cieatou Woduosdny.  Snow fell hoavily daring tho earlier  part, of Woduosday ovouiug, aud Thursday morning found the door hunters  busy making uso of thoir laHt fow days,  c.'MTMrir^l-7?.^rwinw?M-____i  If  you   want   ha     for  Mulching;  we .can   give  i you   baled   hay   at"   the  ^ . ' ���������     r  following pric<  ���������Publlo sale of household goods, at  the roHldonoo of L. O. WlHlor, 1 p in ,  Saturday, Doo. 14.  On RoGlamsition  z Mtt   ffle*'G0ntiio  Store, ton  *��������� aam. ���������-��������� mm*i  A     .   wastuauu* HHBI  uaaa  mnm m miwrmtmn  mr*     A^tTaM VV% 1 HI������T  - All nl/.oR in  -tau11i>ld'H undor won r  at tho Oroston Morcautllo Oo.  mmm limumu mwimx  m  ' \\  . )\  Ui  M  ii-S--ii-^i.ii,?r������lr,nr^r.rffllmii-ilii  _-_*-M_-l-_-_M___lM_-__-il_

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