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Creston Review Dec 6, 1912

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American  ���������Extra Fancy, Fancy and Ohoiee coin--  A - '      , -        j  pared with the Fancy 1st, 2nd aB Cant*-  dian fruit must be graded according/to  the act, is the opiuiou of B G- Cfetk.  Dominion chief inspector fbr British  Columbia, whomadean'unoflftoial visit  to Creston last week.     >,  According to the act the importer haB  fco grade his apples or othe? fruit th������  sagis as the Canadian growers and  therefore no Amerioan fruit oomes into  .'  ������������������     ���������.������������������x     -���������_.a������..a    tpm-tmrn    lTaflKiV      rv&  "SllilO    UUUUWJI     axvnx'u**.    ���������������.������������������ rf ,     -J-=  Fancy unless it is the best grade, or  Choice.   The Canadians' and the Ameri-  t 1 1  can   jobbers axe on the same footing  in that score.  ���������.������. 0.*     .*..    1..���������..        X*���������.     Xmrnmr.     m\.Xm\m^x     >l������A  jsix.    _nwri������.*B ityo    im   ������wv   AiAA.AAe,^ ���������������.-  blame' for the   heavy competition" of  Tha  HERE and THERE      j  1  The employes of the Washington Water Power Company last spring organ-  ized a company whioh they called Coop-'  etative Pcfcatos Compsay. whioh grew  potatoes oa ths right of way of ths* W.  W. P. Stock was sold at $1 a share.  LaBt week theorou was distribnted-6&>  500 pounds of spuds among 409 share**  holders. All the employees were apparently" satisfied with the venture. The  potatoes cost them about 76 oents a hundred pounds.  . A  Two gavels were broken by the speaker in keeping order during she first  hour of business bf the House of repre  yi  |>, Mrs,;\ W "S. E^b_man. of  Oreston  1 ^-i-as la announce tlis...9agagement of  0.0. S., 3IGNAFISS OP.ANBEGOE  r+0\ nnnn a mnrat omrrotoa  ��������� '<     - _\  ��������� .The B"ver Club will Siold a smoker  cesser!* sa Saturday, Daossibes 14, at  *she_: *dsw headquarters.  maaaammaaaa        ���������   7  ���������The C. O. S. of Cranbrook is selling  Iron Beds with mattress and spring for  >. mo,  ���������r  .#������ daughter, Mary Onip Eyckman to  'Jftay O. Orisler of B-unloops, B. C., tlie  4i_nflags -to take plae^' in December.  C. H. Wynn Farewe!f  .11-  \' WANT������-*���������Housekeeper, place near  ������sw������. For particulars, w_its H. W.  ^are Ssvisw.   .  Mrs* F. K. Harry left Monday for  Minnesota,   She is going with the be-[auditing thebookB at the station,  \9 ft*!���������'*-. *{<a A*������an  the change of elisaate will Improve her health.   WaUe th&re she will  \ Basil M. Keir left Saturday for Kero-  ^ert, Sask.  rf  ^.^f^..^X  j.nos. \j. "uurpuoy,  v������. jt. u. ������������������������������������.���������������.-  sat wag ia Oreston the Ssst of the week  1  -    aYa-      a.-a.      *   ���������.,: ___..4>_ ������������ -x������������ Iteside at the boore of her parents,  tentative at its opensng session on Mon������ \ -   s  I  A great boom is said to be ahead for  the industries of Old England.  Tte Grand Forks Poultry   and  Pet  Stock association held its first annual  exhibition on Wednesday of this week.  I  A   dispatch from Cbico,   California  Nov^22i says:    A flight of 750 miles in  eight _durs and a half waB made by a  wild goose yesterday,  if' ������ tag "Quad  fastened to its leg bore correct figures.  The goose was shot at 5:30 p. m.    The  1  jsag bore   who daio "Ckcuio_s>������ ������*. -~-9  Not. 81.9 a. m."���������Grand Forks San.  ���������oJ_-t������-sr0O'ir   hvji  -*--*!_ ftfryui  f*om\tm+*me*  Studio  next to Garage.  J. "W. Andrew oi Sd_io_ '.on who has  ;~ ���������Jnat arrived,  another shipment of  Jac-eoa's Best Tea.   The Cash Store.  auOorporav.on  ^Aoflv  -_ue    Bocouu  '������pbioh was to be held tomorrow night  has been   postponed  outil noxt week  Saturday.  >      . -    .A   .     .        m . j       XX..m      m%..ab  "American uuu ������������������ ikwk  wau*  been visiting for the last six week** at,  the heme of hia brother, K. Andrew, ���������  left Monday on a trip to the coast,  ���������Save your picture taken while in  Oreston.  Studio behind the bank.  mmmmmm'  Sidney Poole has moved his Wine and  Liquor Store into Fred Little's building  formerly occupied by Sam Trombley'B  John  S-ueiiing,. ������ -t>cent  aaisatisB Jimong  S-ei sa t-b* l^������k  O*. OS  - the Dominion frnit growere.' ; 9Sb^8e^t.  end is the tendency'of the local growers  to grade their fruit higher than their com  peditors, which may possibly bs blamed  to the Americans for grading low.   The  .% ������.01   ���������. ._���������.a.-._    ���������~~    x*.mX    Jt.V.^   m.mx.m+*xn4:  UUlOl     lUOifOUVU*       DOja      V4AA.U      VAAV.     ^.^fmrnmrn-  percent of 'the fruit imported this year  was graded as second.   The seopnds, ho  says, formed the principal commercial  apple and many of the boxes bo graded,  *���������,  it was found on inspection, would have  passed for a higher grade. He says  that if the Canadian grov^rs want to|  compete with thiB they must grade accordingly. Much of the fruit from this  district is graded Fancy, while Mr.  Clarke believes the -various grades  shoold ba more even in quantity according to the market demand for the differ-  ei'duti grau6S,  Mr. Clarke freighted, in this valley  along the right of way or the Canadian  Paoiflo the year the steel was laid. On  account of this early business hero he  waa groatly interested ia the progress  \:        .-��������� '���������'���������-.'',  of this section.  Grand Fork* from tbe prairie ib report-  _������    ��������� .    , .*-.     xr���������^tl,    "St^.-,!,.   j^a   'S'Afflft  ea iost up-saw 1a-������������#������.������'**. *���������-���������& ���������*- ^������������������=-~^ t  river. ' He became* separated from his |  *-* 1  three companions while out-00 a deer  ��������� _. 4L   ll^A..^������������������������_ ' ���������  attut xoro .now. -  ���������BoSf Cochin Bautams for sale, $7 50  a trio.   Geo. Meade. 17-3t*  Xhe C. P R. freight trains are again  hindering trsfac across the crossing by  -landing across it without any regard  to the time limit,  ���������  Mrs. Trascott of Blackfoot-, Alberta  ���������joined her husband and son, who are  living on the Turner place, Wednesday  Tbe east bound train on Saturday last  carried with it a Orestonite in the person  of C. H. Wyuu, Esq., who ss returning  to his home in England, stopping at  New-York for a few days to inspect  some engineering patents in which he  ie interested.  Mr. Wynn has been lu Creston for  two and one-half years and bas in (*hat  time made a host of friends, several of  whom he entertained on Friday evening  Nov. 29th at ths Burton Hotel to a most  substantial supper, which was heartily  partaken by all present.  The party broke up about 11:30 p. to..  .1 X.   ..11    ~.Sr.~.i..m.   %(-������.     \]&VnT,   O   Utt^A  taw |{���������cats hxa  ������ iSiuuk aao*.   ��������������� j i��������������� ��������� ���������~-i~,  speedy and pleasant voyage, and speedy  return and heartily rendered the old  time favoarite, "For he's a jolly good  fell3w~and bo ftay all of us."  The names of the guests were aa follows; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Crompton,  Mr. and Mrs. Downs, Frank and Miss  Callander,   W.   Murdoch,   A. and fe  3ay$ French Weed  Has Invaded District  C&. M. tsenny speuli i_.6 ���������-Su of tuS  week in town.  ,     .   ��������� - 1  C. G. Thorpe has eyeoisd a largo tsut  between the bank and the Kootenay  .'7s  ��������� The XJraudby,oompaay is. to #������3%  ?2,0005000 on a new 2,000 ton smelter  and power plant-.  i  The Grand Forks Gazette Bays that  the preliminary work on the section. of  the Provincial highway between Ores-  ton and Trail has been started, working bast from Trail.  Premier R. L. Borden, yesterday in-  trodnced his .Naval Polioy bill to the  Commons.  uarago which ha wUl use for a pho|i$������  -���������Full line of Mockinaws and -socks  for.the *Lumber--Jaok.* The Gash Store.  visit   with   I-isB   Hatcie  and Arthur  ������    *  French at Bull River. .  Charles Jackson of Caigary, while iq.  Oreston last week looking ibaf di^rieC ^  over with tha prospect  of making* ^r,  purchase,  discovered beside  th.*, road  1/  about a mile east of Creston, a -osonliar  looking and smelling plane whioh, ha,  53-yg, is known^o p*airi& psGpie"-vt_. aa- *  thfrFrench weed and 'tha' stink Wood.  He esys that it becomes a. pass whsre  ever iti gets a start,   ���������*i3o^jard Sa 4fe. to   ,.  get rid of that I wouidu1* gfcf _. ������&>v������ &���������������  acre for the best land, with is on," ho  said.   "You can't kill it by cultivation r  and if you seed tha plu������ down when  you break the sci! 10 or 30 yessp 'l������,tt������_  the persistent thing will spring ug is  gresissr abaadaitCS ������hau-&���������fa������������. '' T?m3m  the cows eat it,, it ���������flavoR'a the- milk;much  the same ss leek wiU=  "The weed should be fought from the  stare,   The best method for th:*}. is to  fcalrA a. vtail ������vi��������� nnt 4-l.a ������aIo��������� * I., la ItfArliilw  ...Cl-^ .������ jf..m. ..m...   2*m.v   rn.rn.rn   g......w  mm.  m^ j.^.^.,.0  I  without scattering   any of-'he   seeds  FitzGerald, A. J. 4_.eddeii, A. Okell, Wi 1"     . ,        .      - -t  I which ta.l at the least -jaring,, then carry it to the stove atd bum it.*'  Mr. Jackson left a sprig of the plant-  at the Review office wh������re any one interested may see it. Judging from the  appearance of tbe sprig, the leaves of  the pii-it asi tho seed pads sre the same  that is tho centre of the lest fdrias the  pod.  Mr. Jnckson is greatly pleased with  the valley and expects to ratum eom\  and poa������ihly make bis home,* here J H9  says tnis is the best vaiiey he boa   sees  Taylor aud D Dewer.  Special Xmas Notice  We   have ju3t received 20 cases of  XmaB goods and will have everything:  mmm.mmX   MV.   OW.A   0\t*   AionltVV   ItP   "W������A������li *1P������._ B V  WyUlAVtA   **|^  **.*^*   mm.   -     ���������    'AT-���������0      ~*  ' -"       m  t  Onr stock this season is especially g>od  and you will be delighted with botb the  jjpg^ f^aaiu returned Mon*l*iy from a quality o������ goods shown and the rssoa -  able price asked.    Shop early,   ureswm  Drng and Book Co.  Ilk  ���������ti A series of runaways too_>place  Set   .-, ������ MW__fi_    ffftBTV    -iClfilS1  Nonewahas yet been reoeived that  Greece haa agreed to the armitioe aud j coast,  she may continue the war alone against  Turkey.  Continuous iigniemng was seen cere  on 'Tuesday evening between seven and  *  eight o'clock.  ���������Just arrived, new stock of rubber,  boots and shoes.   A. -firabelli.  I    R. O'B FitzGerald left Sunday for the  ; -AAWANTJttD.'applioation to.rent the  lands of/the Alb���������iifca aud British Columbia Exploration Co., Ltd., noar Oroston,  ,B. O., known as the Kootenay Reclamation Farm Lands. Application to be  lodged with the company at ���������- their office  at Kaslo, B.C.,  uot lator thou 81st ot  ... *  December 1012.  ���������LADIES, call at our store and look  over our.snpply ot MoCalls patterns jost  reoelyed.   S. A.^Bpeers.  ps- Arrowsmith bronght in two large  deer the first 01 this week.  ~S;!3ii wsi?2 atjitidisig beside a car, on  the side" track near   Speers and 'fife-  Oreath's warehouse were startled by a  _moll Bled running in front of them.  * f.  Another car was standing at the farther  end of the warehouse and the hor*.8  headed between this oar and the building   The horses passed through^safely  but gthe   wagon  caught  breaking   it  loose from the team whioh ran up to the  hitching posts in front of J. A. Lid-  gate"a real estate office where A." Lindley had hiB team tied.   Oomptou's team  stopped but their sudden arrival frightened Liadleys horses whioh ran up the  street toward the Presbyterian church  and were only stopped after upsetting  the wagon and running into a barrior  of a load of hay.  '4   S  7 SnJ-a^C^-^J  "   "���������*-*���������]]  ���������All sixes in Stanflold'B underwear  at the Oreston Mercantile Oo.  ���������Pablio sale of household goods, at  the residence of L O. Wislor, 1 p. m ,  Saturday, Deo. 14-  The uewfl of Tom JoneB. dtsath?, ca������������?  as. a sad sbpek to this commuaiiy,  where had be many friends, as all who  knew him, highly esteemed the honest,  manly, young fellow.  Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Langdon are  rejoicing over the arrival of a young  son, born on the 32nd.  - Fred Browell's friends are glad to see  home again, after an absence ot several  montho. Fred says Canyon City is good  enough for him.  Who is tbe author of thut old motto,  ** When iu Rome do as Rome dot*"?  There was a miwkad diffo&uco in th������  number of people who attended the  dunce on Friday last, and those ijvho attended tbe basket aoolal given in aid of  the organ fund given ou Hallowe'en.  All honor to the faithful few.  Public Notice  -We pay the freiRht, and if you are  not satisfied with tho values reoeived  from us, wo will pay tbo freight book  undrofaud fall amount of yonr purchase.   O. O. S.  Creston Has New  Constable  On Tuesday W. C. Forrester of Nol-  son took up tho duties of Piovlnolat  const able lu' the Creston distriot,    Goo,  a ���������  M. Gunn has been trausfered to Trout  Lrtlta,    Mr. Gunn loavoB Creston aftor   un,.���������������M������������i.ft������   nt f-nnanlnnti.  I.   IIUU..J     mm. ..   j   . ...  ' ouh uduilnlnllallon of oiHco.  . *>n  t.t-ii  nil llni'ii MtbliiiD*   tor   601  ... <  ..aa,  ., ������r....~m.  "#��������� UXJ/  myummmx m.m mix** w.wvw*������^*'  On and after the 0th of Dooember  and up to January 1,  1018 inoluMve,  thone of the public whoso names begin I  from A to lt will gul iholr mall at No 1  Wlokofc, and from L to Z from No ?  Wlokol*.   Tha publlo are also advised to  mull all Chrlatmiui matter cavly to avoid  dlsappointmaut.   For Marltlmi* Provinces not latnr than tbo 18th, for Montreal  aud Toronto by tbo lliih, for  Manitoba  and   Saskatohowau   by  tho 20th and  Alberta and B. C. by tho 21ut, this will  also assist tbono donliu*.* with tho heavy  molls ot this senson of the year,  W. R. Whalen of Jaffray, B. 0., has  been engaged ob lumber grader by the  Canyon City Lumber Company.  Wanted a fresh milob cow.    W. H.  p.Srlckeen. 18-21*  UVMl*^  8.   A. Speers Is having   his   ahow  windows vemodelod,  ���������Bond for our prices on furniture, we  The Bazaar held on, Wednesday under the ausploeB ot tho Guild of Christ  Church was an unqualified success. A  large crowd was in attendance, many  coming from distant points. Before  three o'olook the stalls were almost bare  tho many uupfnl and dainty nrtiojos  bolng eagerly soaght for by tbt* numerous purchasers.   Tho "Hoop La" table  Mrs, Robert Kifer entertained a num  ber of her American friends at a  Thanksgiving dinner, on Thursday,  that being the day upon whioh Thanksgiving is observed in tbe Statoa.  The Ladles Aid intend giving a Xmas  treo for the children en December M at  the borne of Mrs. Knott.  The  now  64 horsepower caterpillar  engine tor the Canyon City Lumber Co  pay tho freight.   U. 0. S.  The Kootenay river was frftsseu over  at the ferry yesterday morning.  drew a largo crowd until ton o_l oelc' arrived Tuesday.   It will be used tor  Tho orange tree was rapidly stripped of hauling logs to the mill.  ���������For quiolc *alo we nr������ wiiering iirni  el*-* apple trees grartod.on beet Fnmch  Crab A.ppl������ rotits, besr. tor orchard plant*  j   --For Sale���������Three heavy young hor������  SOS,     Apply A ������* two j-otriuv,.  Its orop.  Much uuiuuyUiOAit \,im w.ncotl by Ibo  Turkish Dwarf, who exhibited tho  Tumbling Tommies and Danoing Doll.  Tho Toa Tables wero well patronised  in the afternoon and a substantial sum  vr&s rcdlxcd.  The ladles who attend id tie Bassaar  nt Ctftfftou, Wodnondny, all roport. having a splondld time and aro aU pleased  with tho many bargains -reoeived there.  Mrs. Rled's sister of Montana is making hor a visit.  The Canyon City Lumber Company  inn at tlB per 100, Grand Forks, B. C.  has purohased a Caterpillar engine with  I nmmm.Ji ifi.mVm 1!V������*U Mt ftTttrmmmi On, I ..ki**, do fennl ib* lAffS to the mill pond,  ������ "  ��������� . ���������  . ���������   ��������� k   W. C T. U. will moot lu tho Motho- Oak Lodge *>uko of AgasBls*-~80278, bred  Hint Ohuroh, Thursday, Deoembor 12. by tbe director of the experimental faim  Mother's and Flower Mission, Mrs. Ash Ag'uwla, B. C, is for sorvloo at Valley  and Un. MoMaun, viaw ranch, en AHm MtnaXraU^Hfu.  ' P, B. Fmyler wos'ji. visitor, to D������c_  ���������y* ������-.v*^j-y ^  Cx*eekt Saturday,       ���������  u *���������        ,      , "  Matt Hagen spent Monday in Ores-  ton.  a, B. ^inlaw and Paul Doada i_-  turned to Duck Creek, Saturday. It  was their intention to camp out in the  woods for a fortnight, bnt the snow  became so soft and so much rain, tell  that they were obliged to abandon  their idea. ���������:,.:[���������:.  The crowd was a email but" a very-  jolly one at the social club dance on  Saturday. For yariou'* reasons oe'ver-  al of tho members did not eliW'njp,  but those who did had no rcae'ou to  legist doing so.  J. B. Wlnlitw spent Tuesday *nd  Wednesday In: Oreston. ?Y  Miss Crotch has votuvned to .puck  Creek to spend Christmas with hef  sister Mrs. Butfcetfleld. .  Don'bforigettiioChristmas ttofl>������o*  cial and dance to bo glypn by the ho*  cial club on Thursday Dec. ,28, nt 8 p.  in.   Games, soiigs. Bid������ Bplitting dla-  logui'B and l-ccitatlons.   A groat tltiui  is promlsi'd to nil thoso who cat^p 'to?,  comn,    Don't forgot tho dilto, BfrCr2fl.  Momboi- of tho club ������ind.vteltor������*r������  asked to vs\fKkt* mu effort", to aat ta. thn  olub a little earlier. Tho meeting*--.ni-o  called at 8 o'clock and nptt 0 and?0t80.  Try and Btart next Thursday, Mr.' tt'mt  Mrs. SparliCB1 a"re in charge' ofYaflWli-fl  and from all uxscounis'we aW������ golngi bti������  havo a Imriipei?'.tlmo..-  Thoi*4- waa much dlsi*,ppolnlm>������nb  Inn.-. last week. Everybody had. bacu  looking forwai-d to.good skating, on  Sunday, but snow put an end .for th������  prosont to ������U skating.  joo Wigen came ovor from Oanyon  City on Saturday arid tbolcHn'- tho  iiftnc<*.  Olavonoa Pom������ of AUtw Biding) wuin������  to the dime- oa Satmiday.. Hr {tqjoyod  himself ho much that bQf������p*cq ������U>������j ha  bald In bis dollai* and  bcuiuuo ������. ittem**  ������ r* J ���������������* ..-JI ������1������4A i������l~������ja  , iw^A.,.1, I.IMlu.  ttmam*  ���������___I *'  T_iJ_    UK*_5TGN  ���������DTVt"r>nr  tt.SU V XXU XV ,  /-s*r������T������cinn/>"at  ���������OXVXjG?'-*- V-"i*<,  ^-'1  mustic  v  R-V    AffT-TlT"     A r-a-i-alj-j  A  ���������*���������.*, VAXt  %#_#__.������-fc**������A������K-ai. /r^^fc.j������-*a   Ea-mm.  *���������* am 4*1  ___��������� _a_a  Ward, Lock & Co., Limited  'London, Melbourne & Toronto-  (Contluuea>  You know Mr. Francks, don't you?  Again Ella's cheeks lost their pallor and became the color of roses.  Some seconds elapsed before she  could trust herself to reply. Yes. l<  have met him. He's the gentleman  to whom you're engaged, isn't he?  To whom I was engaged, Iris corrected. Our engagement has just  been broken off. 1  Stooping forward Ella bent oyer her  machine and nervously adjusted the  ribbon. She knew Iris was watching her, she was terrified lest she discovered her fcecret.  I thought you were to be married tomorrow,  Mis?  de Pontaifcne.  I tell you it has b&sa brplcen off..  Her voice was calm and emotio-nless  as old Samuel Saintsbury's.  I wonder why you tell me this. Ella  noisily moved the carriage of the machine to and fro. '..'.-���������'.  There was r. moment's silence. Because once you were engaged, to--Mr.  Francks; because���������-oh! We are women  bnt let us be honest, Iris cried impulsively, leaning forward. The beginning and end of life for us is marriage  ���������home, husband, children! These  ���������things are too beautiful, too vital, to  be' flung away because of a little false  pride, false modesty. You're a woman. Miss Saintsbury, the woman Jim  really wants ior his wife, the woman  who must marry him.  Ella rose to her feet, stretched out  her hands blindly in front of her.  Miss de Fontaigue, do you know what j  We have clleats who will pay cash for improved or unimproved farm  land. , *���������**  Quote legal dlscription, improvements, best price and terms. A good  jRvestments������ is worth a life of labor. Let ub obtain this by exchanglag  what you have for what you want. What have you for sale or exchang-''  We have Investments for $100 upward in Winnipeg where the population Is Increasing 30,000 per year, building permits for 1912, $20,000,000.  which is BU-icleQii guarantee that prices will double Iu the ensuing year.  Write for iiso of investments. '  Good representatives wanted at every point.  SGOTT, HILL & CO.  22 Canada Life Building Yt/lnnlpeg, Man.  WOMAN  ON  TOUR   IN  AFRICA  the edge of bis pointed nose, the corners of 'bis mouth twisted upin a curious, crafty smile, and" his small na"-  row eyes very bright. A long time  she sait patiently waiting before he  realised hex presence, then pi-eking  up the draft of a deed of gift, he commenced to dictate a^letter.  Meanwhile Iris was hurrying on her  way  to Jimmy  Franck's flat.      She  had   asked   her   brother   Reuben ��������� .to..I"now,  holdioig his  hand.    Life and  revolver from his pocket and looked  at it with a smile. He heard the  door open, and as he looked up be  heard a startled cry.  Ella   Saintsbury   was   facing   him,  Atlf"!    wlijaTi    Via    anw   tit a   Avnt-Aoetfin    nil  *��������� ���������*.���������   mm ^i tty &j\. m x >j* ft-   >-���������       - *mm^ x^. m.0���������m^^ im   m^mJmJ m v ������.������ ^ &*  her face, the light gleaming in hei  eyes, his courage failed htm, his resolve weakened, for instead of Death,  it was Life which sitood at his elbow  meet her at the entrance at mid-day,  and he was-there before she arrived.  The manservant announced that Mr.  Francks had just come in, and they  were shown into the -drawing-room'..  I want to **.alk to Jim alone; you  won't miu'dvis leavi*ng you. will you;  dear? Iris said.  Reuben nodded. Something's happened, X know; better tell me what  it is.  By and by, Reuben, not now.  But     directly    they     were,    alone  to  kiss  he  Iris drew  back.  .'QS  love.  (To be Continued)  LETTERS FROM MOTHERS  Every   day  .we   have   letters  from  thankful   iuoiliefs     itjlliiig     US     What  Baby's Own Tablets have done for  their little ones. Some praise them  for constipation, others for teething  troubles, and  still others  for  vomit-  i Tm *V *? *\A tm~v**.rm 'm! 0   ** ���������������.-���������. .1 *._-. r*        **% *������ >r+ ������������������������        ������%.���������*��������� \\ f*>m  *.'. f������-^f       A ���������".*.*��������� tf^^OW*- *'       ������UU        LIIC       (MC%<VAJ VI. ������* *-1-  ills of babyhood and childhood. Wo  have received thousands of letters���������  ,1  ' "?"-in=? nrals-e. . Mrs. >v. u.  splendid self-control and reserve she j Crow������. Midland. Ont.. savs:-'"1 think  had displayed half au hour ago. de- very highly of Baby's Own Tablets.  serted hwnow. j ���������  ���������'���������������>���������<������������������ 'Wo-r; *-. n-v balw when traub-  Jim, she said, speaking very quick- j ���������*P<| -with cr>nstir,ation and they helped  ly in a strange high-pitched voice, J her so much i" always keep them in  I saw Mr. Saintsbury-. last night. I; tlie house and now use no otusr ir.^u-  made him tell me everything. Our; icine." The Tablets are sold by med-  1 engagement is broken off. 1 saw my! icine dealers or by mall at 25 cents a  solicitor this morning; already tele- j box from Tho Dr. 'Williams* Medicina  grams  have boen sent to everyoue. | Co.,  Brockvllle, Ont.  The announcement, will appear in thai _~��������� _~���������  newspapers to-night, probably. j Ths )���������_.*��������� est Suggestion  He stared at her dumb with amasc*-' AavanPed. legislation we all must admen*..    She forced herself to look at'.        rnir<������  ytni're saying? | him; had he not been blind he would       T^0. n^ost of \* js bur a bubble-  Yes, that's why I am saying it. be-j have sees that love  flamed brighter   That "Federal Bureau'of Women'- At-  cauae I know!      Love only knocks a<.j ia. her eyes than ever it bad done be- ti��������� "  the doors of our life.once, and he Is:*ore.      But he saw nothing, he only       w,-,,,!,--    nrmo    but   a   hur������au     i*  still knocking at the    door   of   your 1 v,ea-rd  her voice condemning her  to j       Vmim    pro 6    DUT:   a    Dur~aa     "**  Dressed in Man's Ciothinn. Mrs - Mar'  gueritc R-;by Travels fSGO Miles  Mrs. Marguerite Roby bas returned to -isndc- after a .3500  milt; journey in the (Spngo. She traveled'' in man's clothing, and was at*  tended only by a con&tautly ������hangiag  company of hali-civilized blacks.  " Mrs. Roby, who is still suiieria*  from the effects of tropical illnea3.  desciibed her adventure in an inter*  view. , .  She was frequently deserved by her  porters and guides ana left stranded.  Sho narrowly escaped death in a  charge-made by a herd of wild buf������  falos. She shot four of the animals  in less than twenty minutes, when ail  her attendants had fled.  Ia many districts she was tbe first  white woman to be soon by tho nat-  Revenge  s U'b all right, my dear; go ahead,  * nd" C3"l! me t'own -^ ~.  i'wiH, and    ou. deserve it, tool  Tliat> right. Rub it into me'now.  Have tbe last'word if you*want to.  Have the last hundred words, i_ you  like, but I'll got ev3u. with you.  Ob, you will, eh?  "  Yes, you bet I will. I'll square this  little argiimiftit.  And what may I ask are you going  to do?  Do? I'm g"3lng to vote aga'nBt giving you tho ballot; that's what I'm  going to do.  And with a triumphant air he walked out of the house.  Do you belteve ln love at first sight'5,  Oi course i qo, my dear.     Do you  suppose I'd have married your father  if I'd tak^n a, second look.  heart.      That's all���������-I had to  tell you. | nte-long purgatory  Tor  ! sin.  forgotten i  trouble.  Warts are ditfleureT-ents that dis*  **r>near when treated with Holloway's  Corn Cure. ,  Forgive me, and���������good-bye  She held out her hand and Elb������| Say something, Jim, dont stare at;  stared at her, her pale face scarlet, j _ie like that. Say you understand j  She was no longer    a    little,    grey, j ami for the sake of oid tiaies will do j  passe  person   content   to  hammer  a [as I ask you. . j     imitation humor mav urovoke more  typewriter by uay ascta mae aerseji m^. Then he iaug'ned. so Saiutsburv \ ^e?uliT,e iauSh*f>r-tbap the real tiling.  a London suburb by night. ^ It was ��������� has frightened you, has he? Made!-' <?oraA m������,t 8rft modest enough to  ss  if  ths  magician,  had  to,Tc'i<ra   herlvrrii*     h^ij^.vo     Vva.    a    cT*in?.*'*i?������.l-   ami'  witlr> bis wood and give-n back to her*  youth and beauty and the dreams of  girlhood.  I doart understand; you must tell  me what's happened.  Tbe past is nothing, Iris replied,  and for a moment she lost control of  her voice. You have only to think  of what's goimg to happen, and that  ygAatg 'Wfib. you. '  The girl's hands met above the little deal table and the typewriter. El-  th'at he will have me arrested for i i  escapade of twenty years ago. You're;  ashamed of the man who, a dozen j  hours  ago,  you loved  with  all  your;  worth knowing.  la held Iris's tightly and would not let j you.    I tell j-ou this m$n Saintsbury  Teacher���������Is   there   any   connection  Heart and  soul;   have  you forgotten j **^>   m^^^matt j^    ^^  ^?������-������ff-tj_are difficult for me, |^������ there'������  *>��������� /������met_i_g th* mat-  she pleaded.      We must give one a_-j       " ���������   other up and we must never see on.? j - . -  another again.      You must marry the'  woman who loves you, Ella Sa'utsbury. i  I wiii never marry ssy woman but'  ly hour or two in a wild, aimosx barbaric part of tho lower Congo. She  had only one black boy - to escort her  and siie sat down by tlie side of a  narrow road.     <  Everything   was   still.   Mrs.    Rosy  said, and the country around seemed'  as lonely nnd uninhabited as a long I  forgotten graveyard.      In a moment!  two   or   three   thousand   savage-oyud  black men, with spears and clubs, appeared  as  if   from  the   ground,  and  _..-. ���������...... J nA    ...... .    n^K.v    ^.am     .i.^AA.n    mA.  UU! 1 U 111 111 *^.'IA .    lAl^l . . . 1   IIU       A1AA7.I ..^rn^f     fm  pulsively ugly, and fearsome streaks  of brilliant red pnln-t marked out t-hp  lines of thfelr'eye's, and'--loiitbs"'.  Tlie chief demanded that I should  stay i������ bis village? but I refused  Fortunately I hau my revolver and sev.  eral gm\������ with me?. atid that aeetned  to terrify the mast syiMcoking of my  nhwelepmo visitors but it was a long  time before I could quite placate  them. .Tbe'chief I .heard later, ha'V  sounded the war drum that night and  had called bis people from miiea  around to see tbe white woman dance,  but fortunately foe tbe audience I did  not attend, ������  Mrs. Roby has a very poor opinion  of the natives of the lower Congo.  She declares that the missionaries  have spoiled them. The-ir insolence  is absolutely abominable, she said.  I won't work, they will say. and If yoi  touch me I shali make a report to  tbe magistrate.  My experience bas taught me that  the *mi_-sion boy is tihe biggest rogue,  thief, and murderer, even that one  can find.  This is the second journey. Mrs.  Roby bas undertaken in me Congo  an"d in all she has covered some St'QO  miles through some of the wildest  and most isolated parts of the coun  ts an enemy within the camp. It wift  undermine the strongcsfc-ct-j'natittitiorr "  and ruin the moat vigorous health.  It 'eads to indigestion, biiiouhm*s������^  impure-bloed, bad ccmplexioft. sfclc  headaches, and is one of the most  frenuent causes of appendicitis. To  ncglcctitis slow suicid*?. Or. Morse'*  Indian Root Pills positively cure  Constipation. Tbey a������e cr4tiraly  yegetablc in composition and do not:  sicken, wr-ukC'ii-Or ^ripc. 4x,r������e������������TVtt N  your health by tiiking *  f mm. t& ������ <^ ���������-it    ^ r% (j-aa, 4    %y> .*. ^ I a  The girl that can't sing and won't-  try to sing is a bird that any ycus*T  man should be anxious to turnieb ������-  caije for.  L  The best for  ���������g| m-^  Alwava   SUStStkiS.  ways stylisn  mxmmsmn  smiMMiummm  /���������   f_"S7S^ S^*S*$T!: SV^f* ���������*��������� ������. J*S Onooavu jfmy  Kir  TTsaiiif-'  K*jr       *m> K>*w.m.g2  X~   _ _ = =      s    .b _ _3l _" "9 Tr_i tf_���������  i&t:  JL-Oc^vjij-jLaig  -"���������a. i  _ ar* "-"B-jtv   latiuiiu  Tt t"kp^ a smart man to conceal his  Jt. go.  Don't you love him? She was  ashamed and afraid when she had  spoken, yet something stronger than  herself had forced the question to her  lips.  You love him, Iris whispered. I  knew that the second we met in the  office just. now. He's ft, good fellow,  make him  happy.  She snatched her hand away, aTid  turning, fled from the room. Ella  Temained standing beside the H-Jtle  table swaying unsteadily to and fro;  then she hurried out into tho passage.  ran to the flight of stom������ Trteps and  peered down. She heard the bell In  "her room ringing, calling hor back to  her business. Automatically ber  feet obeyed tho summons, her brain  waa Im a whirl of storm-tossed erno-  Lloua. ���������-" She picked up her notebook  and agmln stood by her father's desk  in this office, and, as sho gave him one  quick glance, for the first time tn her  l'fc she saw tbe resemblance to a  great bird, tho vulture.  H������ wa������ leaning forward loi bis  chair rubbing his long thin hands together.   Ms   gold-rlmmed   glasses   on  is trying to bluff me. But he can do  nothing, he dare not. Tbe idea is  preposterous. Do you think I would  ask you to marry me if���������you don't  love.me, that's the truth of it. Why  are you afraid to confess the truth?  She came to him then and put her  arms around his neck. You make it  very hard for me, she wbisnered u;i  ������        'HOW'S. THIS?-  W������ <-,tf!>������- <"'rie Hundv������fl PoUarp Reward  fnr nt*v eve o" -O-.tarrh tbat cannot l>e  eu:ed  bv Trail's Cftarrh dire.  F.   J.   CJTTCKEY  & CO..  "Toledo.   O.  W*>, th<? nnde-sipned, havo known F.  .1. Cboriev icr *lie last 15 years, and be.  lieve him" perfpctl- honest, in nil business  t-.T.nsactlo-in anl flnanclnlly ablf������ to carry  out r.rsy ohljsrationv ,-mndw-by Ws Arm,-  V. ALDTNG   XINNAN & MARVIN.  Wholesale Druggists. Toledo..O.  .      ...       ,    .      ,    ,,   .      ��������� - , rrall'p Calf rrh Cwro lf������ taken Internally.  Piteadlly,   but   shall  bear   me   say   fori P.ctinR directly -upon tho blood and muc  nrs surfaces of tho system. Testimonials  fifnt free. 'Price 75 cents per bottle.  Sold  by  all  DniKPrists.  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  ���������the last time, that I love you more  than anything in the world, better than  ������������������he last time that I love you. better  than life itself.     Oh, I would proudly  stand  beside you and  face disgrace,  death, if by doing so I could save you.       Give the-baby a full dinner pail and  It's no vain threat Mr. Saiiutsbury bas! roorn to kick and he will be happy  made; if I marry you, he'll ruin you.      A little learning, is not as danger-  Your  life will  be  ended.      I'm  not! ous as the big conceit that goes with  Mitnk,i������g  of  myself,  I'm  thinking  of j it.  you,  and against your will I'll  save j     Some women are known by tbo bus-  you.      There's only one  way.  Good-   bands they support  bye.  She kissed him on the lips and the  They   Soothe     Excited     Nerves.���������  next  moment Jimmy  Pr.ancks  found! Nervous  affections  are usually attri-  1T0IJ  Until -he was Nearly Crazy. Began  with Watery Blisters.   On Ears,  Eyc-s, Hands and Ankles,   Could  , Not Sleep for Scratching.   Cuti-  ( cura Soap and Ointment Cured.  ������,._.*M.-      ���������������������������������_H-.-l-.l|l-  ���������Wrim-wlt-ik St.. Fwlcrlcton, V. B.���������"I  had u. very bad cano of eczema. The troublo  -flfttui with watery blister* r.nd Itchod and  biinif-d until I wiih nearly crazy. It wax on  my ears, ������jye**. hand*, nnd anklea. I could  i.oC 5������.���������.'>!������ tlin liml ciulUuiJ ovur uio uu uin'ni,  ior tut) MO'ir'.iii*; uiid JL.-'ihi^. My r.i;-:j  would nwiiII. I would scrat.rli until tho bkicid  wjiyrt run nnd then form a wab. I felt an  If 1 eould toko a knlfo and cut tha fli-ih on  my bauds. Ir, would diafl^uro ray fa*-n liiul  ������na!if> Ir, Mnnrt nnd burn and swell. I roiild  no** nleep ut nl-ilid tor scrafchlnff.  "1 tried everytl������ln������ I beard nf without  Hotting tiny btuieilt. I U'i''d loin of homo  maionlen, Mticb rn lard nnd sulpliur. and iil<<o  win fpi'iiicil fur ll;. Thi'M f ti'li-d fiiMi-uni  Hoau and <.)lntmeut and tlit-y ������������������.ivo ������.������������ untui  ������������������iUHi. I ii'ittd diua a^itut fn'ir inont:i.; t,n<l I  ������c* nappy to say I am anver tronitiitd itow.  VUo C'uilf.ui'ft Snap and Oli.finent cured mo  eoniDloK-lj'." (.M'vJur.dj Mm. A. ri. TIujiuij-  Hilii, Niui'. 0, I'M'..'.  '.'lie rei'iilnr use nf fnfleiira r'nap f.-,r toilet,  fcncl liaili ni.t, i.aly Uf\<lv to 'irr-������"r* .*, purify  Mini Ii4-:iu*li,������������������ tliii������!:li*t, ^������������������itlr>. luiirand handi,  bu������. a-.il.'.is lu pi'1- i':������ilni* inllainmiiiliiii, Inl-  ���������'.linn .mi'l, Ii'iti'Iii' .if tin- por.-*. theenrnninn  cjjimn ������,f piinpli-i, IiUk-i.inM'it, i.-un..-w. .nn.  rniiitlin'-Mi, .vrlliiw, oily, nwi'liy and uihitr un-  wiiuii:...,!:..; i on, I.i im ��������� . ..T l .^.> .'-'-I:.. <.'-tl.,"."i  Hna������i unit ' ���������inir-.ini. iJiu'ijiriit. nrtt ru.Ji  i.lirmiu'liiiiit, Ibn iv'wi'ld. Liberal hitinpln <a"  -���������.������"i\   nui.'id   fn'i*   v,lib   :iJ-|..   SUln.   IUh.k.  himself alone. Iris opened the drawing door and beckoned to Reuben.  She had miscalculated her strength,  she was ou tite* verge of breaking  down.  Come, dear, quickly; take me home.  He was standing with Ills back to  her, near the window, holding in his  butable to defective digestion, as tbe  ntotnach dominates the ncrvo centre,  A course of Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills will still all disturbances of this  character, and -by restoring the stomach to nornu.i action relieve the  nerves from Irritation. There is no  sedative like them and In the correct-  hand a photograph    which    ho    had! ion <������f Irrc-gu'.arlticr, of the digestive  found in a litter of papers on the bureau. Across tbo foot of lit wero  scrawled threo words: Always your,  Klla.  He dropped it as he heard his slater's voice and ran towards hor.  Where is he, let mo go to him? he  cried.  But sho clung to him tightly. Tako  me home, dear, it's all right. Juat.  take  me home.  lie took her soft, whlto hand in his  own   ungainly  one,   and   he   led   her  processes, no preparation lias done so  offectlve work, as can bo testified to  by thousands. ,  A sentimental young lady from town  wns on the steamship quay, where  une saw a young girl sitting on a  trunk in an altitude of utter dejqet-  ion. and 'despair.  Poor iblng, Uioucht tho romantic  young lady. She Is probably alone  and a stranger. . Hor pnlo cheeks  . nnd great. And oyen toll of a broken  downstalrH out Into the sunshine. And "neart and a yearning sympathy,  together, hand ln hand, they walked sho won,t over to the traveller to  al'ing tho srroot iu tho direction oi!| W|n hor confidence.  Abingdon Villas, Reuben muttering j Onpned In lovo? she asked sym*  incoherently to b-lm-solf and evoi* and   pathetically- *���������  *A A T- 4. A\a        AO        AM**!?! 4%^      TOIM  Englishwoman     Places       Proverbial  Father   of   Evil   in   Favorable  Light  A novel and entirely hew  conception of satan was an interesting feature Cf the Hon? Sybil Amherst's dramatized version of the Book  of Job, performed by the Norwich  Players at the King's Hall, .Covent  Garden, on November 28.  Instead of following tu������ .popular''.1 action, satan was represented,.., ai aa  Angel of Trial. .' ���������'���������  Many learned professors have indorsed this theory, reading the Book  of Job, as meaning that satan only acted as a judge of the evildoer, instead  of being the Evil One himself.  Miss Amherst's reading of Job is  that satan is depicted as one of the  Sons of God���������or the Elofiim.-   .  "He is represented/* said Miss Amherst yesterday, "as the Angel of  Trial or the Accuser. His function 13-  to search out and weigh the deeds of  men, to see if their service to God  is perfetly disint-rested or not.  It is only in later years that .satan-  was thought of as an evildoer, probably owing to tbe misunderstanding  of his function as judge.  Among scholars who are interested  in this theory, and who will probably  attend the performance, are Prof. A,  S. Peake, of Manchester University;  Canon Kennett, regius professor of  Hebrew, Cambridge; Canon Driver,  regius professor of Hebrew, Oxford;  and Prof. C. M. Montiflore, who edited the Bible for borne reading.  The drama aroused inten.se enthusiasm among church students when  produced last year at, Norwich, and  Miss Amherst received great praiso  for her beautiful and delicate rendering of the book for stage purposes. It  has received ���������he approval of tho Bishop of London.  No objection can bo taken to the  performance on tho ground or want  of reverence. Tbo Divinity is ropro-  Ren-ted by a Voice.  iu V.JVU. writing we desire to p ut before our Western Farmers t_t������  saving and advantage of loading grain dlree*. on cars. Shipping-grain  through aa elevator, it matters no* whether a Government elevator cr  one ran by an elevator company or individual owner, does not add  the leaLt fraction o������ a ct?nt to the value of .be grain, nor does it give  the farmer any better chance of marketing it to advantage than when  loaded direct on cars. But loading direct >*n cars cuts.out In the first  place tbe elevator charge, which is usually l%c. per bushel, say  $17.55 on a thousand bushel ear. The elevator dockage is .also  saved- this may be worth more or less..depsndlng partly on how dirty  the grain Is, but mostly on the farmer's ab'.iity In holding bis own  with *Le elevator man taking it In. On tbe average tbe dockage  may ������?e considered worth 3c p er tusbel to the farmer, or say $30 per  car of 1,000 bushels. '" When grain is loaded direct into car- over t_������  Loading Platform, tbe farmer knowc������for su"e that it is his very own  grain that will be graded by tbe  inspector, *r������fl that he will    without  uOttUL TtCetVo  cxtc  liiit  aiiu  <3X5.Ct    OUtTUrn   Ga   ."siH   CaT   ������"C   WniCiiirVisAf   xc-T-  minal tlevator it is unloaded; for all grain 's unloadee? from the cars -  under government superlntendanee and welched by properly qualified  government weighmen tinder the rules anl rupervlsion of the Dominion Government Board of Grain  Comniissior.rrs.  Of ���������"���������nurse, it makes no difference In ovr loading of the fanners*  grain whether It has been shipped through an elevator or over til������  Lcadliig Platform, but. it oan easilv be seen from what we have stated-  above where the farmer's advan tage lies, wuen it saves him around  $50 or more on ������aw������ry car he ships.  W������ continue to pet as the farmers' agent *n ?oo~*5ng after and 3!s=  pefin*" r\t rarlot shipments of wherr, oats, barley and flax strictly on  a commission of 1 cent per bushel. We s.re not connected with,  nor interested in any elevator companies r>r elevators, either local or  terminal, neither are wp track buyers, in fact, we never buy farm*  ers' grain on our own account, but onlv t.n l.f.ndle and dispose of tb?  grain i--i������trusted to us as the agentb of thosr* who employ us. Many  years' pxperipnee, with a wide f-onneetiott aad ample facilities for su=  pa!?ind* in this special branch of the grain trade, have- glv^Ti us a rc=  putat'on of th<������ highest character in it. WV make liberal advances  on car bills of lading. Write us for shipping instructions and markot in^n-mfttlrm. Wo give as references to ov.* reliability, efficiency  *������������id fljtiancial standing any city or country Bank Manager In Wasters  Thompsoii Sons & Company  GRAIN  COMMISSION   MERCHANTS.  701-70A  Y   Grain   Exchange.  Winnipeg, Canada.  again, dog-llkc, fondling hla sister's  hand.  The day waned; evening and twilight camo, but .lames KrnncicB still  ���������-���������hi in Uk- dliilng-iiMiin w'haiv lrln hal  left him. Ho sat. limply in the largo  armchair hiy-dlcmi of tlmo und placo.  His servant, brought afternoon l������a  but it. remained untouched. Lotto:*;*,  and trA]o'-:!*;im9 nrvlvod. tho mon c'lin.'  for ItikImotions, hut Frntickw hooded  neither riTif nor tho othor.  Ono falRO Htop, At tlio Hound of  hlu own  volon lio rose and  cit.nod be-  No, replied iho girl with a nigh;  croHncd ln tbe Frolic, and an awfully  ronfth   vnBsago,  ������������������ m    ������������������-!���������' ���������*mtmm**m*mtmmim*mmm*'  fvi|nnrd'������   Liniment  Curett  Coldu.  &.c.  Imi-'I:  nd dcllhfrnif*  < ly "���������iriil.irht^-nfil his oollsir nnd tlo niid  ImttMiwd lilt* cimt. 'I'licn liii wnliieil  In.'n   Uii'   (Irawlng'i'noin,   and   plokliv-*  .Tndgo Gllon Bnlcor, of n. PotinRylvnn-  in county, wan llkc-wlno cnnhlcr of IiIh  I* >niA bank. A man . .proBonted u  <'ho<*no one day for payment. He  wnn a Htrnnjtor. tils evidence of  Idontlfloiitlon was uot. satisfactory to  Ilm enahloi'.  Why Judge, aald the man, T'vc  ':**i*','."\ yr;M ������n vMitenci' ui"n !<���������> be  linugod on t.o belter ovldenee Uur.i  ihlH.  Very  !lk"-!v. replied  the Judge,  but,  There are Four Things which never        ^^JFm.,n ^gggssSSmmmmmmm , (SSS-SSSSSS ������������������  come back  mxwxitni*m'mmmmmi*mmmmym.,>.:m.:  ^J.l.'^Kfa  fi.  iv.rn.. Hint. Ill), llt-ton. \i. rt. A-  \A . N . U .  027  np t!ii. photi'-'rnph in I lie hIIvim* I'ranui ( whon   It  eomes  lo lott.lno; ,go of enld  i IimiI: I! out and tore lt, up and (bro v ��������� mul.  wo hn.'o  lo bo inlghty cnreful,  i !:. InUi Uii- Un pluco.      Ho i������iit.fi'oi.l 111r* j  ~~-���������   I l-'i-ilrnoin, uiilocl'.i'd llii' drawer In the  j \v-,irdrolin: I'uuiblliig, lio touli out n  ! revolver, lo.nlrd It, and nlljip^l II Into  ! ItiM peekrd,.     Then pntllng on  bin but  ( ,     ���������������������������--���������'   :"���������'      !   <..������ii|...r    .1.   /It-i.t-ii  1 I'��������� :':''<i,l>,litll'.V'H llOIUlO III Wl-I'.l. Koii-  '  i'lm;tiili .  ll   ������������������ ;i;t !'.c<M'li  ri'i-litrli,  'ill!   Ml*,   t *li * ri T .-������������������ -  '���������nry liml not n tnrticd from Un- '���������!!>'.  I''- v.,-i!lri| in Ibi' dln.lii'<-roe,i| \vbi'!'t\  ���������li" pi-i'it������iiii������ nvi-nlni', lrli* bnd lulm.  '���������ii'wi-d   ilm     hiwvi-i'. Tun   rjimnny * 1h������>'1  :   >".'���������     ,i ,.,.....     , ,  |       tt ii.m,   ii.iii-   tint   i'.iijii im otiii. .tut   .ni.  ". t i i/inil  f.'irliis    no (innr.    rri'Hi'iilly  lio|     ;\   \,n\,y   cnrrliige,   lie   proudly   nm  '. li/'i������:-d Tno! ili'iii! ;ij������iirn;u li;  In- look tin*' \vrfd.  !      w-i |k-i<> muk'Ii of <'n,inpi*oiii!.so imwu-  | diiyn,  Hnirl   n.  pollMcIon  rocontly, nnd-  I   l.  hi   i".i.iiH.iiiii' i  ;i     irood     lliln,";.      He |  !;n('\v  n   yoiini, man  who got married |  '     '   ....    "������������������>    .....i   l.n  ..nil   Itlu   tt-ITi,  I ". Ki'������* I'Mii^'nni-ly arguing im to wlioth'  >"  i*n"v  t i.������mill  lni\   iwu nvoli'H or an  , 'ip! nihil i   in.iioroyeli',       M eel In:-', lil.n  | uno ilny, l\^> niild;  I     My -.v 1 r>*��������� .unl 1 wian,*;l.'d for moiiUi:..  1 imi   tlmtik   irnndiiertM.   wn've  enmprom-  n I.   In si .  ANOTHER   BIG   DIAMOND   FOUND  More Than Half the Size of tho Culll-  nnn Its Value is not Eetlmated  An article in the Rand Dally  Mall states that, a diamond of lG-lsi  carats waa found iu the Promior mine,  this being tbo Boeond largest dlamou:!  over found In tho world.  Tho now stone in more than half  tho slzo of tho Culllniin diamond,  which camo from the anmo mine.  The. now Btono ban black utreaks but  tho exports consider that tho flaws  are only on  the nurf.nco.  The weights of Home of the most  faniona dlamonda In tho world areas  follows:  Culllnan   ���������. 3025%  Koh-1-uor 1flft%  Great Mogul    787  Tbo Onlllnan diamond wan also  found ln the Transvaal at the Premier  Trnnifwinl diamond mine, and won  nninrvl nfter !bn (hor: ohnlrman nf tbo  eoinpnny. lt, was prenonted to tlio  king by tbo Tniunvjial iwvflniRiwU,  nnd wub cut Into eleven HawlOBN  ninne3. The lnrgent of nid'/i car-,  ntp, in In tho Imperial crown and two  great Btone������ nro worn by tbo queen  ?h Jewels , mi a pendant on ������tato oc-  ci.sIoiik.  |     Unbert      Burnti'      llnxor      Ih      to  1    I..    lw.    ,.,,1rl     Ml     V-( ,t Iu.Iim'.j      lit     I   ..Vwlltll      in  j :i fnrtnlglit'H time, il Iiuh a bone lmn-  ��������� ill" h'Mirlm' Hllver pin left, which give  jit:' pcillgrre'--The bint V'v/.or that llob-  i-.-t. ItnriiH ever p.l.aved Willi. Kficli  .-iiicc'-i-iilvn owner nlnce It wnn pre-  i ���������������������������Mitivi hv  Robert Bnrnn, Jr.! ������<������ WM-  I Hum   Diuibiii',   in   H*.;v,i,   nin*, ikUIimI   a  1 ...    ..      ,..       ...       ,,.'������..  1|ii.|it;, |iititi*t..i.iia ,*.- i>u������ .,i ..>>v , i,.. i..,.,.  being ICilwunl Qnulllo, who ill'Ml in  i'.������0U.  The Spoken Word  The Neglected  Opportunity  There Ib an old saying that "Opportunity  has hair in front and is bald  behind.    If  yov. solzo her by *.ho forelock you may da-   The Sped Arrow  tain hor, but If you suffer hor'to escape not  oven Jupiter himself can cntch ber again."   I tie 1 CtSl Julfe  Many people do with "Opportunity" aa  ��������� children do at tbo flea-slioro���������they llll thoir  hnndii with Hand and let. tho grains fall  through, one by one, till they arc gone.  Thin Is tbo day of tho fnrmorH' opportunity, with a now country whoro now in-  etltutlons and now UneB of uuslneafl aro  coming iip. Why net clmnRo the ordor of  tblngH? The old methodh have been a fail-  uro bo far an the farmor wat. concornod; bo  produer<J tlio weal lb and handed It ovor to.  other corporations 'for distribution, getting   Subscribe for Stock  back tbo meanly uluiro thoy grudgingly gavo  him. and ship  Think thin over und ilco-bln to help build   Your Grain to  nn a new order .of Cilngfi.  THE GRAIN GROWERS' GRAIN CO., LTD.  AtmIM^p^fnm   Calvary, Alta.  1  r  Wi vt fi i n sx Of,  Man.  WO-Ua-I-IW-MX,!', J ,,1'j",' I ��������� 'J, f _g-B-t  Prloot aa Architect  Tt      Ib     Btnied      that Father Hono-  dlct,  rector of tlie likirlHilold  Honiiin  Catholic (Jlnire-h,  Iiuh    oxeuutod    Uio  plniiB  for, a    new    Roman    Catholic  ������ -   ��������� i ��������� ������       1      .... .      flft .   <1.1a  tllMlttiJl,        III*       fc. %>       \,4 *.-*.. t.i, t,t        m il* * I   mm ^ 4*-  don railway .itatlou. Ilo linn uhio de-  H'.j,:iod plann for n larf.e church for  liiniHolf, nl, lOnrnnold, wlilnU will bo  ii replica of Orvleto Cathedral, Italy.  iNoinuiH hiitn.'.iti> ti, -an i|iuu- iu������ iniiuo  ..   .       1. .   ���������,���������������!,...,      ....       ,,1r1���������^ft*      ,l-p,>..,p      1.|,,<vlk,  over Uio lovo illKiippoilltlllom uliu luul  j when yonuB.  mmmitt*mmimmm*smmssmm^^  Boy   Cllmba   *i80.Foot   Chimney  Chnlleinjjed    by    uonie othor    bctyac-  a 10-yeiir-old Hurton    jinlioolboy    liuif  jnn,i. aoeimipllHhod tho dnriiiK tfoat. of  ellmbliiK a e.hlmnoy nhaft. 120 feot |������'  *       i     t   . ������   i     t       ��������� *       ��������� ��������� *������  uI. ��������� n'J- -     ��������������� **4i.m    .������-    i*u i*ii.->    i i |iit.ii t-u ,        a*j  Iho tlmo the Intrepid yonnfjutor Imd  r.vielied thn *o\, of tlie Ind der, a lnr'*,e  crowd bud i*u,l''i:to<l, nnd Um oulook-  orn had nn.nnxloiiB I'o-v nilnntew wbll*/  tht* tiny liiciire wan ho-mi iviiIUIiik culm"  It.   ("lr.������.fit   ������.   .ititttl     vititi'iihH'iil   4j|nr������l������'������   .H,,,,..,  I     A booU-koepnr on,   of a Job In t\a>  I uvaily i������ mnn or no n..'.count.  ii-,8Mimii'a'.;".Tf-iir--'-,;; aair-i,-������ttriffir'ii  an  e,*,********,*^^  B^M*������aiKW^te^^ -  ������������V������B>1������H*������WH1-^^ iu  ���������*���������__���������  iXii  r   I  N  ..A  'SH  r?  1)1  #'"  h  t  Mi)  '(_  ItMil  WI  I  f?  THE   CBESTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON.    B. C.  tU������mmBaaam^s*mm**aa^mm **m+a>m  Co:  m'm m m  __������������������^������-t.CT'  -���������������-������.  As. ^w*i*_:l?%^5k������      ���������  Prompt Relief���������-Permanent ���������i*fs  CARTER'S LITTLE >  UVEW; PILLS never   f  ��������� lo_.   Purely vegct-  eble���������ac������ surely  ' bat gently oa  THE   FREIGHT   RATE   ENQUIRY  QUEEN   BUYS   CHRISTMAS   GIFTS  -PK9ETT_e  "   6PV_S  "WW.  Unrecognized  in London Stores, She  Purchases Articles  in  the  Ordinary Way  Queen Mary bas already begun her  phristonas. shopping.      * *  Her majesty lines to    buy    things  Stop after  .dinner  .dullest���������,  stiKiiadi _  .gettion���������improve the complexion���������bngnte_  lhe eyes. Small Fiii, Small uose. Small "rice.  Genuine must bear Signature  Further   Postponement    of    Proceedings Before the Railway Board  The enquiry into western freight  freight r&tes at Ottawa haa been further postponed, upou the application  of the counsel for Saskatcbewan and  Alberta,   who  require   inore  time   vo  digest the mass of figures presented   prefers to visit a    shop    m  by tbe railway companies. rather than to hav$ a uuunhc  The exhibits laid before the Railway   icles sent to Buckingham palace.from  Board consist of several  volume* of   which she can  make ,a selection. '  figures   bo tiia*-. ihe best a newspaper.     Few,  if  any.   of  the  busy  crowds  ia capable of ia to set forth as Impart-   ot  people   going  their v-?-rioqs  ways  ialiy as it can the facLs which tHiey   through Cambridge circus on Tnurs-  NEW   HALL   CAINE     PLAY  for  The Woman Thou    Gayest    Me  England and America  Hall Caine is at present at work on  a stage version of  im latest bdok:  The  Woman  Thou  Gayest  Me;   and  privately in ber own quiet way, and! that be bas already entered into an  person  COMING  _AST THIS WINTER?  After the busy season is over, pack  up and ccme east and spend three  months in one of our schools. Business education will help you to win  out. It costs but little to get It.  Write uu im our new Curruculum and  plan to let us help you. Aadress  W. H. Shaw, President, "Shaw's  Schools," Toronto, Canada.  ���������I A NEEDLE WHEN YOU NEED ST  -S *-0 ���������������������*���������*.<������. -..v,-,* vnrt want to sew or  darn/you'11 jVii'd Bust the needle you  want iA THE FAMILY NEEDLE  CASE. Would cost double if  bought separately. These needles  art the flriAjst bIWt steel nnd matchless'for" sharpness and finish. Send  25-s. for the Family Needle Case.  Post  raid.  ������OTIJilB  W_V__TV CO.. StSt'.SR  5.  " "Montreal Canada  1  appaar to establish beyond reasonable  doubt.  The Winnipeg Board of Trade and  other boards wore evidently in error  in saying that rates out of Winnipeg  had not been reduced since 1886, when  Sir William Van Home' pledged hlin-  Belf that they wouid diminish as the  volume of traffic increased.  A. book of 75 pages Is devoted to  showing the numerous reductions that  i have been made since then. As regards whePt, for Instance, the Cai-  ndlan Pacific rate from Winnipeg to  Lake Superior has "tjeen reduced from  2S cents per 100 pounds to 10 cents,  that 1*5. from 17 to 6 cents per  bushel.  It is not the case that rates in the  ���������- *������ mm. A      ���������..���������      ..m      Mtint.      Vilo-TAftf  V. U.(J!"*.U   ������,���������        VVXTWl,      d.Q      OV       ������*..������....       ������-.q   Mian in -the adjacent States as to cou-  st'tute e "t'ous handicap on the Canadian settler.  The exhibits go-to prove that our  Western rates are oil -the whole lowor  tlhan those In Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Mon-  tana and Wyopiing, although population Is greater and traffic more dense  ovor tibere tba-n with us.  It was a mistake to assert'that rates  on th_ Soo lino, a road in t������ie United  , States controlled by the Canadian  ii j^aoinc, were considerably lower than  the Canadian Pacific -rates in the Canadian West.  The experts Hay it might well be  tbat an American road owned by the  Canadian Pacific served a territory  so much older and more thickly popu  Vt'ONubni-UL. uiobut e..A ���������  la this age of research and experiment.  h11 nature ls ransacked by the sclentmc  for the comfort and liappiness oa man.  Science Has Indeed made slant strides-  In the past century, and among: the���������t������y j lated than ours aa to warrant tbe  '������%?c������_e^^ ln f^tins lower rates man  bSsni used -with great sucqess in French   those we enjoy without incurring any  Hospitals and that lt is wormy ine attention of those who suffer from Kidney,  -"bladder, nervous diseases, chronic weaK-  -nesses. ulcers, skin eruptions, piles. &c,  <here is no doubt. In fact it seems evi-  ��������� deal from the h*s stir created amongst  gpeclnlists, that THERAPION is destined  to cast  into oblivion all  those question-  moral blame; precisely as the owners  of a Winnipeg journal might, for much  the same reason, produce a better  newspaper at Chicago or New York  without charging more for it, to the  man on the street.       At any rate, so  day afternoon knew tbat tbe queen  tf&s buying Christmas presents quite  close at band.  Hundreds passed and repassed the  private motor brougham standing-outside the old bookshop at tbe corner  of Shaftesbury avenue; and wltihin  the boundaries of xae notorious Seven  Dials, without giving it the slightest  attention.  The bookshop was that of Joseph  Zachsusdorf. Here ber maj������_ty,  who was accompanied by a lady in  waiting, spent considerably more than  an hour, purchasing many hand-  bound 'volumes o������ a variety of subjects, as well aa one or two novels.  Credited with being an exceedingly  good shopper, Queen Mary gives a  minimum amount of trouble to those  detailed to att<-n_ to her requirements.  She knew exactly what she wanted  when she went into the bookshop, and  spared no pains to explain ber wishes to the assistant.  Most of the time she was In the  shop her majesty was i_speeiing  other books, which she had not come  to buy, but which Interested her.  SVf*       ���������*%****msl* *% rmr+i- o^"*'*������*������������������*���������*'* 1 wAl*J*������n*������<'   ���������*���������"���������  tiO       lf\Xk VUCW7CU ������5-v������\5***_ ������������������wiuAM^k.t  which she at first picked off the bookshelves and bookcases quite casually.  agreement with tbe well-known  American theatrical managers. Messrs.  K.law and Erlanger, for its production  in New York in the autumn of next  year.   r . v  , Negotiations' are proceeding for an  elaborate presentation of the play in  Lrondon, simultaneously with that In  New York, but these negotiations are  not yet far enough advanced to justify an allusion to tbe management  con������erned in tbem.  It will be remembered that "Tbe  Christian," dramatized by himself,  was first produced in America, and  "The Eternal City," in which Sir  Herbert Tree appeared as Baron  Bonelli, had a.New York production  on tbe same day that it was presented  at His Majesty's Theatre.  For Asthma and Catarrh .���������It is one  of tbe chief recommendations of Dr.  Thomas* Electric Oil that it can be  ulsed internally with as much success  as it can outwardly. Sufferers from  asthma and catarrh will find that the  OH ������bon used ^cording tc directions  will give immediate relief. Many sufferers from these aliments have found  relief in the Oil and have sent testimonials.  %_*_-_ is  ������������������I  his,  WOULD fALL  INA FAINT  WHEN     SHE     ATTEMPTED       TO  WORK,   SO   EXHAUSTED   WAS  THE   NERVOUS  SYSTEM  AA     A \o9fLm  Value Your Eyesight  ^������g������fe?i^ Lam**  You will equip your  m.~s.fiZ~~   A.~Wt~   ...IXX.     ..  JOlUlUg   lOL/lC   Willi   A  Authorities agree that a good kerosene oil lamp is the best for  reading. The Hayo is the best oil lamp made���������the result of years  of scientific study. It gives a steady, white light, cleat���������mellow.  Made of solid brass, nickel plated. Can be lighted without removing chimney or shade.   Easy to clean and rewick.  At Dealmra Everywhere.  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited  WIcvNiPEG ST. JOHN  TORONTO MONTREAL HALIFAX  E._i9      W&d&aMoa   U      rempd'es   that   wore   formerly   tii<* i far as the rates on the Soo   road    are  ���������sole,  reliance   jf'medical  nvni     It   is  of | concerned, they are    not    lower    but  ��������� courss* impossible to tell sulterers all vfe , .,   . ^^ .lVl '    av��������� ������������������,..,,. -^ +*��������� /->���������.������*, A4~n  should  like  to  tell  them  in   this  short ��������� higher than the rates m the Canadian  article, but those who would UKe to know i West.  <nore about this remedy that has eftect-;      It  was commonly  asser*ed  and  b^-  :f,?o?������ ^S~ rtonl^en1���������0^--^*��������� *?;"- i 1'eved that rates on tactory goods com-  velope for PSEE book  to Dr.   JL.e  uicio , m.g io trie  vvev- iruui cns.iA.ern -anada, i  1   ' r -4a   -rtofV      Roqd.     Ramp- | war*,   hiirhor   than   tltP   vai--~   nn   cimi-    tOHlS  ^em^ive^whotbo^^the 'n^^K ! lar" _ooS"ftom"tho EasW"n~ St-teT to j comparatively   well,   but   -  Memedv '���������THERAPION''^ No. l. l<o. 2 .',���������   the     North- Western     Stales    above j exertion the dreadful helpl  ,M-_     ���������*,   ta  ts-iSri-r f rif-v V^OUiT*?!* ������LTi3  -SSS-VQ bGCtl  The Feeble, Wasted Nerves Were Restored and Revita.szed by  DR. CHASE'S  NERVE FOOD  Nervous prostration is a terrible dis-  :r"v **"i -i_I w^i'"' iin.'' sr^t07-*^ its svt^ **���������"  At  times  the   sufferer  feel3  but   with  slight  essness re- j  Good afternoon, Jimmy, said the  uiee young lady visiting ms inotuer s  house ic the sweet cause of charity.  Why- don't you come to our Sunday  school? A lot, cf your little friend's  have Joined and we are going to have  a lovely party at Christmas.  Jimmy shook bis head.     Then sud-  ^/imltr    Y������a    A-tr/tl���������k .xr% Art ���������  U^Ul^        AJ*\^      ^rfrfK-W*******^*^* ���������  Has a boy called Snooks, with re I  hair, joined yet?  Yes -dear, said the nice young lady,  and he seems to like it. He's such  a good little boy.  Hub, is be? muttered jimmy. Well  if he's there I'll como, too. I've been  looking for him for three months and  never, knew where to find him before.  CZAR'S  SON   WAS  SHOT  Minard's   Liniment  Cure*- DIphtherli  Prize Fighter (entering school with  his ���������son')���������;You give this boy of mine  a thrashing yesterday, didn't you?  Schoolmaster (very nervously)���������I���������  er���������perhaps���������  Prize Fighter���������Well, give us your  hand -ysyii'mi* o cb������-nr'T-'ioii ^ can't do  nothing with him myself.  ������~*6*P   Tor   noiMina.    isegiecc   giv-jsi  fi,       _      ..    .J, a        r������,. a      _.__*_    I  New   Light  Thrown   Upon   the   Mysterious iiiness of the Little  Czarvitch  The Czar's eight year old heir,  his only son, is recovering from bis  illness, but the mystery maintained  by the Russian court and police daily  deepens.  Tbe report of an attempt on hie life jgg^g  in the imperial yacht Standart is now ���������=���������  given in Paris with circumstantial detail. The explanation of the admiral's suicide, followed by the attempted suicide of a girl with whom he had  relations, is said to be that the girl,  a revolutionary, uaed ber influence  with the admiral to secure the presence of a nihilist in th������ crew. The  other conflicting accounts of the illness or accident of the czar's, son ascribe it to a fall from a pony, or a  bicycle, or a spar in the yacht, an  accident in bis bath, a hemorrhage,  ���������kidney disease, or peritonitis, in-  flamation of the membrane lining  of tbe intestines.  The story accepted here as true is  that the prince was phot with a  Browning nistol. and be owed his  life to the fact that when he saw an  individual approaching with _ pistol  t *.  _ STRQKG.ROOMY. M  m ^cohfortable: ~  j*~..   *-������    a+fct^rsTitafl    in  ������s o-fli ry, .1   r.   trr.txt.t-   r. fttm-n^nrfr,      'Vhfx +>'i.ll5"!r' . CaUe .  ���������1<3 WlJ^fi  4a4K>Vine- In vain dnrlnE ���������������  life of misery. I ZtlTtitilL "  puCtfrlVi*?.    ill   n������������nltli   ami   unhapptnes������*     jjcuwio.  -Tberaplbn   is  sold  bv   ch-u<--������?if"ts  and  all  ���������eadin-? medicine  ueal^rs  In  Canada.  aihir.!, nv* ���������,,k imm^'.ioiA. /.���������,������.! turns and all strength    and   vitality  AN  &>7BRGETIC  AGENT  IN  BACH  -town to introduce our line to the pub-  "lie; big money can be made and permanent ,poslt*on   secured.    Apply   lb  -The Queen City Silyer Co., Toronto.  ^T^.^..       ^Ofn^        It..  v oi jr    vrxutriA    i.aia;  Now that tiJie election is over let  us quit regarding each other as a  ���������fool and be friends again.  it is too soon to talk of tbat.   Don't  -forget tbat you have a bet with me  which makes it necessary,"ior you to  -eat your bat.  agents of Eastern manufacturers declared this to he so when stumped to  ���������account for the greater cheapness o*  factory goods on the American than  on the Canadian s'de of the line.  But. according to tbe exhibits, it  is witihout foundation. The Canadian rates are lower than the American, notwithstanding thait the Canadian goods are, as a    rule,    hauled    a  mfm.mn+f^m     Alr.+f>m,f.m    ..m.^      V... ..*.     Xf.     \...     s.r.m_  ^t ������CAl������       IAAA7..CA14 AS12      CAHAA      Jl(A . C       IA*       W     A^AAA  x<Tim.m.A���������nrr i seems to leave the system.  In the crisp, bright October air, tbe  -j-weot yOung tnlng bad been for a-dri^e;  with her: sweeithea,rt    and    returned  ���������freshened and glowing   with   excite-  -jnent.. :;.'      :-'.;.,-, .*-, ���������.- .?..?.,:,?i..'-4.,'.Y���������%?v.' '.  Oh, ��������� mother, she crlefl, Tbnii and t"  bad the narrowegt escape from an  jiwful accident. The horse nearly  bolted and I don't know what would  have happened.  We were going through a harrow  lone when, all;of a midden a pheasant  got up from i-he hedged'.and flew acros*;  -ihe horse's head and before Tom could  -grasp the reins-��������� .  Er, enqudred the young brother���������  -wasn't he holding thecm tihen?  And it took a long tlro^.to esrplal;-'  -eloorly what actually did happen?  -Minard's Liniment Cupee DUtamptr  Boasting  (To tlie Girl who sat on my pipe)  i loved, you for your bluahcs ripe  And   tempting  llpB--n,hom~  "Until you flounced upon my pipe  And crushed tlio amber stem.  ried, if carried all-rail, across tbe hupe  'desert lying between North Bay and  Winnipeg, where there is no local  freight.  On 'the O-ier hand, it is true that  rates In the West arc higher than tbe  average run of rates in the Province  of Ontario. The Canadian roads  plead that Ontario has a much greater  and more compact population than  tihe West has, . besides'. wbicb, rates  in Ontario have to be reduced to the  lowest point for half the year to meet  water* competition.  If we reitort by asking: Since you  can afford to carry freight, t.bere at  abnormally low rates to meet wate/  com-peifjition, why cannot you afford t*>  carry it for like rat������xs all over your  system? They reply that it would  :be Impossible-'.''Y  Ontario summer rates, tihey say,  yield so little above tho actual coat  of tho hn,ul, that i,f tbey were applied  all over tbe road would have'to go into bankruptcy. ' Yet tbe trifle these  rates do turn into the treasury enables  the ccimpany, to that extent, to keep  down mtipfl olspwh^re. Similarly,  tbo wheat rate from Winnipeg to -Lake  Superior, perhaps*, the low^afc in tha  world, could not. bo mnde tho Ronernl  rate for nil oouimunlbleB without ruin-  p*j-a eonsGCjuencit>s. "  ,  These are tho cbiof noint������ brouirht  out by the exliibits which the rnilwaya  have put in.  This letter from Mrs.' Martin very  well describes the terrible condition  in which many a sufferer finds herself.      She also tells bow she regain-  ...3    V.~���������lil.    m~jl    _a.....-..~..~i.    A.*.   ..(J^^    ri.  OU     A1C><AA1.4A     4XA1U     ftUttlltAjUl      14J-       aA������*aJA������3     a^A   .  Chase's  Nerve  Feed  after  all  other  treatment bad failed.  Mrs. Edwin Martin, Ayer's Cliff,  Que., writes:���������"Before I began using-  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food I was in a  terrible condition from nervous exhaustion and prostration. Dizzy  spells would come over me and I  wouid fall to the floor. ...The weakness was so great that I could not so  much as sweep the floor without fainting, but tbe nerve food helped me  after the doctors failed. 'It bas done  wonders in building my nervous system. I can do my own housework now  and washing, and feel that this great  medicine has been a God-send to me.  I think it is ihe best of ���������medicines."  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, 50c, a box,  6 for $2.50. at all dealers or Edman-  sOn, Bates & Co., Limited, Toronto.  But his assailant was too quick  once it has secured a foothold, fast- *������? ^ the startled boy turned to one  , ens its grip on ihe bronchial passages1 Bide be fired end the bullet inflicted  tenaciously. Dr. J. D. .Kellogg's  Asthma itemedy is daily curing cases  of asthma of long standing. Years  of suffering, however, might have  been prevented had the remedy been  used when the trouble was in its first  stages.    Do not neglect asthma, but  liSt!  iU.i-3 pTeyuraviGu  a\.  OUCG.  A fire lnsuran;*te agent tells this one.  We have some funny experiences in  our business. One day a small merchant of the Hill section came to me  and Insured bis stock of ready-made  clothing for $3,600. He was going  out with the policy when I reminded  him that he bad forgotten to pay the  premium.  '.   How much. ia it? enquired tbe customer.  Oh, jusit a 'ittle matter of $24. ���������  Well, said he, suppose you juat let  the premium stand and deduct it when  the blurt: bllrilii down.  A lawsuit was recently in full  swing and during the progress a witness was cross-examined as to the*  habits and character of the defendant.  Has Mr. M��������� a reputation for being  abnormally lazy? asked the counsel  briskly? .  Well,, sir, it's this way���������  Will you kindly answer tbe question  asked?  Well, sir, I was going to say it's  this way. I don't want to do the gentleman in .question an injustice. Aud  I don't go so far as to say, sir, that  he's lazy, exactly: but if it required  any voluntary work on his part to digest his food���������-why, he'd die from lack  of nourishment.  THB'AIOTPTA'HftTFI .  715 BSa4IN ST., WINNIPEG  A ?������w doars ���������outh of C.P.R. O&po^  Ra������������8 91.60 to $2.00 per day  Quisins yr.exee.se3  rise Mid c������ici wstcr in ���������vary ramn  1  >4aI        .-������  I   icslly    Flrsxf&aS  AU Outside Room**  \      Such a Romantic Girl  Jack���������The college girl I am engaged  to picked me up on grammar before  a week bad passied over our heads.  Tom���������You got off easy.      The one  I knew corrected my Enigllsb while I  was proposing to her.  Explained  Wllllo���������Why did the boy ivtand on  tb-? burning dock when nil but hlni  ���������hart flod?  Tommy���������:! wippose bo was the (horo  ���������In that moving film, and (he waa paid  to stand thoro.  Tjlttlo Jjola���������Whoro aro you going,  Aunt .TobIo?  AiiiiL Joglo���������To tbo professor'u,  dioar, to tnko a fonclng lci������������on.  Llttlo Loin���������Ploaeo tako mo with  you aiuitlu, , 1 wuut to uoo you cMmb  a fonco.  Tho farmor's mulo had just balked In  tbo road wihon ttio country doctor  camo. Tho farmer naked tho physician if he could givo Iilm something  to start tbo mulo. Tho doctor said  ho could and reaching down into hia  -T-d'leJne en bo, fwivo tbo animal aomo  powder. Tbo mulo switched his tail  mid toBHcd his bend and darted on  a mad gallop down tlio road, Tho  farmer looked first .it tbo flying anl-  m*il and then at thfi doctor.  Howftmudli did that medicine cost,  Doc? ho unltod,  Ob, about IXt uoii-i, uuld tho physician.  Well, givo ir.a n nnnrtrr'a worth  quick. And bo swallowed it. I've  got lo catch that uiuU*.  A .small negro boy stood by tbe  side of the road -n������ar a river, standing  on one foot, holding his head on one  side and pounding tho top of lt with  his hand,  What's tlie matter? Inquired the  traveller? '  Watab ih mail ear, grinned the boy.  Well, woll, I declare, snld the travelling man. To think I'd forgotten  I'vo dtone tho solfHamo tiling many a  time whon I'vo been in swimming  and got water In my ears.  I ain't boon er swlmmln, said tbo  boy, *  How'd you got wator in your car,  then?  *   Ah bcon oatln' watormlHIons, was  tbo roply.  The  JoKe   Paralyzed  Him  Gibbs���������What did you do whon the  footpad demanded your watch,   ti  Dlbbs���������Told him I had no time to  spare. and hurried on ���������  Some people fail to  others do not lose.  win   because  A  DOCTOR'S SLEEP  Found He, Had to Leave Off Tss arid  Coffee  ^zT^W  S0o. A box *r six boxea tor $2.60,  at all d������al������-ni, or The Dodd* Madl-  | olna i;ompany, Llmliao.     loronto, || tlonn  ,,f     VaWIIWXM. I  .fl^lWIW.I������4'.l*>M^'ll|l'All������*ll������,t,W^  A roportor was onco Interviewing a  famous Engll-ti lnterimtlon.nl football'  or, and naknd hlni how ho liked bolnfi  u profoBrtloiml footballor.  ImiiU'ii!ifl.v, bo rcpllr-'l.  Ay. but woll onough to bring your  children up to It?    wild thn rnportnr  No ho replied, not woll onough ror  tbat.  But why? asked tho roportor?  Ilocauao  l.hoy nro  kiasloa,  suld  ho  with n loud Inujch.  *   Tlio roporter collap������cd,  Natlvo  allvcr has  been  dlncovo-rotl  * * ���������   nn . .       -*      rt*������ .i      v-v.  Ill      fjUUU       ������|i������Ui������i.l(4iWbl      ���������*���������!'      *J \ W ������i ���������*.* %t       ft.4tJjy-b.l-f  114 mllos north wont, of the Gran;]  Trunk Pacific line at Fnrf George itn'J  lu bulikfe aill-Ol.tly followed up.  Mlko Ilogun bail bcon a luboicr, but  ho received a largo legacy aftor which  tbo family put on a 'gront dcnl of  fltylo and"enueavorod to forgot, Mlko'a  Uumblb beginning, Finally bo died  and at tbo funeral many boautlful llor*  al trlbutofl woro rocolvod from .hla  sorrowing frlondu, In looking at  tbem tbo widow (suddenly drlod hor  tears and glared angrily at au anchor  of   llowcrs.  What's tho matter? aBlcod a frlond  who wan with hor.  What Ol want to know, t*ald tbo  bcrciivod wlfo ln tones trembling with  anger, Ib the name av th* mon, tiliat  Hint t-bot pick.  >Io m:itlor bow poor n womnn Its ni.������  4>������������>   ���������,*!*..,, tf..,   VrtiiAil   nf Itfivlnf  rlrb   rm >  W.N.U. 027  A fnolhh i*.'r. inaktrw t. hufiban I out  of her lovor; a wlso ono    makes   o  lover out of iior husband.  HIb Undoing  I wonder, mild tho youthful iitudcnt,  how tbo prodigal son   ennio   to    go  i...r,\..n  m. ^*.. .. . ,  I uuspoot, ropllod Farmer CorntoBFt-  ol, It wn������ hoenuflo ho Hpnnt IiIh tlnrK*  ln town hanging around talking about  how I uplift tin farmor.  Mnrtv n m.in bnn bnr* n clnnn'nbftvn  who never patronlz������������d a barber.  When a man begins to abuse hU  homo town it's time, for him to move  out.  Many persons do not realize that a  bad stomach will cause insomnia.  Tea and coffee drinking being such  nn ancient and respectable form of  habit, few realise that tho drug���������caffeine���������contained in tea and coffee, is  one of the principal cn.uaos of dyp-  popaia and nervous troubles.  Without their usual portion?of tea  or coffee, tho caffeine topers aro nervous, irritable and frottul. That's tho  way with a whiskey drlnkor. Ho bus  got. to havo bis dram "to sotM*"* his  horvoB"���������habit.  To leave off tea or coffoo In mi oasy  matter If you want to try It, because  Potr-tum givos a goullo but nuUirul support to tho norvos and does not contain any drug���������nothing but food.  Physicians know tbla to bo true, as  oao from tlio South writes:  "I havo cured myjSclC of a long-standing enso of Norvous Dyspepsia by leaving off coffoo and using Postum," says  tho doctor.  "I alw> enjoy refreshing sloop, to  which I'vo been nn utter r.lranger for  20 years.  "In tircntlnu dyspepsia in Its various  typos, I llnd llttlo troublo when 1 can  Imduco patients to quit, coffoo and  adopt Postum."  Tbo doctor Is right, nnd "thor*>'H u  rMison." Jlcnd tho lllitlo book, "Tho  ttoncl to Wollvlllo,"* In pkgn.  Poatum now comos ln concentrated  powder form oallod Inslunit Postum,  VI-     Ir,     m.m.r..>r,mn.A     llV    a t'l fnl T> 10    n     1j������,4a1     'ja...  spoonful In a cup of hot* wator. adding  sii'mr to tiiHtPi. and onoiiKh otvmin to  bring tlio color to golden brown.  Inatant. Postum Is convenient;  tltorc's no wiuito; nnd the flavor Is  nlwnvn uniform. Bold by enworfl���������  RO-cup tin :i������ ou., loo-cup tin lio oI<h.  A.    0-i'U|i    Uini    viii     ii m I'u Yi    ."tn     M<'"  ccr's namo and Z-cont stamp for postage. Canadian PohIuiu Cirrual Co.,  Ltd., WiMlHor. Ont.  a deep wound in tbe lower part of  trie r>^"OU-S-T...  In the confusion tho person who bad  fired slid down a rope over the side  of tbe Standart hnd escaped either  in a boat or by swimming ashore.  He has succeeded in getting' out of  Russia. It was through bis confession that the ' artemp-c became  known outside court circles.  Admiral Chagin was not on board  the yacht ��������� when tbe prince was  wounded.- The role played by the  girl student, Helen Soqclcff", wbc tried  to commit suicide after the admiral's  suicide and to whom be left a sum  of money in his will, is more serious  than has been hinted at. and in view  of her responsibility In tbe matter it  is perhaps not surpribiug Liml ������uo attempted her life.  i It is necessary to recall tbat in  1882, the year following the assassination of the Czar Alexander II. by a  bomb, a military revolutionary party  was formed in St. Petersburg, with  tranches at Cronstadt. Nicolaieff, and  Sebastopol. It had as its chief C61-  opel Aschenbrennor, with whom were  associated Lieutenants Baron Stroin-  berg and Suchanoff. The famous nihilist, Marie Vera Fteuer, was also a  member. Suchanoff. after being  tried for complicity iii a nihilist plot,  was shot, and Mario Flgner and Colonel Asclienbremner were condemned  to death, but their sentences were  commuted to twenty years' detention  In a fortress.  The military organization to which  these revolutionaries belonged was  disbanded, but It Is believed that It  was recently re-formed. Helen So-  koloff, with whom Admiral Chagln  wan in love, ia reported to nave been  one of Its emissaries. Thanks to her  Influence with bim, the unsuspecting  omcer was mado use of to facilitate  the access of revolutionaries to th������  imperial yacht, and the attempt on  the czar's son was-rend or ed possible.  4  Ask your Clothier to show you j  SiHD'. SOfREiSii  BRAND CLOTHES  No others as good  J  . Everybody likes the  WALKERHOUSE  "The House of Plenty"  TORONTO'S   FAMOUS  HOTEL  American and European Plans  Geo.   Wright &  Mack Carroll   -  Proprietors  Send Post Card today for, how to make J  Now'a the Time. Address  P.O. Box 125*6, Montreal  A Frenchman "wltb a name spelled  a la Paris and pronounced something  like Cachoo hnd novor learned to rend  or wrlto, but ho managed to dlsgulao  tbo fact pretty woll until ho moved to  a new community, where tbe name  was not common. Going to tho post-  office ono morning, be  enquired:  Got any mall for Joe Ca-ohoo.  How do yon spoil It?  Can't you spell .Too Ca-ohoo?  No, said tbo clerk. I novor hoard  it boforo.  Then the disgust of the Frenchman,  boiled over, and lio saoilcd:  Well, if you can't spoil, why don't  yon sell your old postofllco to some-  ono who cnai?  . In accordance with tbo tlo cutting  privileges granted to tbo Grand Trunk  Pacific Railway by its Dominion chart-  or, the company has notified Mr. R.  II. MacMUJan, Chief Forester of Brit-  lrb Columbia, that, approyl'mntoly  000,000 Mcs will bo cut-In tho vicinity of Toto .Tiiuno Cache. ITiubir H.h  agreonient the K>.T.iJ, is entitled to  take all of tboso' from llvo wood but  nn aminigomont lias boon mado whoro-  by 11,0,000 will bo taken from wooil  flro-kllled last year. This lo an ox*  porimoivt to tost tho relative durability of llvo and flrclclllcd wood. Tho  Railroad has further agreed to burn  nil Iho. himh for n dlHtnnoo nf flOn ffAi>|  on cither ������+Ulo of tbo rlglnt-of-way. Ah  nn Indication of tho development,  which in to tnltni plnno tn tbo Hppnr  Fraser Valloy ono firm bas mado ur*  rnngomontn to put In two nawmllln,  which will onch havo a capacity of  AVU.uiK) feet per uny.  A cat may look at a king but a man  wltb btiv fovor would buoc/.u ul anything.  a K5APLE  BUTTER  All grooera 25c. Ib.  Tin  THE JOHN 1NGLIS CO., Limited  -toftlnoera and Boilermakers  bail*���������    of    all      ktuda���������-iuailji'Mi  Pumps, and Heavy Plai;* Work  Writ* us for PrlCM- ���������  14 8tr������chnn Ave., Toronto, Canada  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILI.  M*a. Win������.oW*i SooTiUMO 8vttu������������ Iim bee**;  imeil finr over 01XTV VltMlH >������y>Mll,1.10N������,o|  MOTUHKS   for    their   CHll.UUUN    WUIUt  ���������r"r"m"m  wi������* ri*fi'i*<*r hiic*chs������.    n  AU.AYrt ull PATN ; CUllKH WIND CO_tC. awd-  ^ ihft Iteht mneilv lor ������IAR������11CHA. , It 1������ ���������������>-  Bolnlcly ImnnlcHH. ne ������������re ������iia aiiit fw.-VWrjij;  ���������WlnHlow'*" Huothinff riynip," ������n������l t*ke tao othe*  klna.   '".'wenlyfive ceuU a botlie.  8utfr������aett������ Scored  Miss Inoz Mllliollnnd, the beautiful  nud arliitocratlc sulfrugctto, dotes tn  tho mulo illrt.  At a lunonoon in Newport a 1111410.  flirt snoorod at'woman siintrugo.  Woman doonn't, wuut id, vote-���������ahu>  wants a husband, ho said.  NoHscm*'*, Miild Miss Mllhollnnd.  It's 11 fact, tho flirt continued; th������  VVU>    lllll  UVlluhU   IIU.ll.lll    ������14. tAtui.u   mutt  J���������   -. ...T.i.t.������      1\'l,v  T  ������ii'������#������1f I, ,%t'4<  t.ivn.  oil about ilfty women's bends.  Away fiom you? aaitl aVUhs Mlltiol-  land.  it  it  Lmmi   ���������it i-niiiiin'Tir'Tir-'TrfffiTiitii^^ ________=  -s-n-M*   i-r*^h>^)fh^_������tt_-'J*!  THE    CIlfiSTON    REVIEW,    CKES'ivm,    ii. -B.  ��������� -      i      ii    ���������__iM._     a      i      i���������iaiHiM���������������������������������w   J__" -'^tf������>���������wmMg���������^-W���������nWMM���������:Ifggai^W���������������������������_i_���������;������-  _������-_���������> i.n_-i-M-i ���������  Creston ^evielfo  *&.%     -Pnidisbed ovm*>     Friday  at Gebto_. British t ciiumbiu, by the Preston Print-  :v" iX^-g^ud Publishing: Oo-aipau-f, Ltd.  if ^ vi 1 ������        ^-^    jS���������   /-*>,  It  Lxe  W. B. McO-Cius  Editor and Maunger  imtti;  M'M  TheKeview is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Creston valley, cir  cnlating in nearly one thonsand homes throughout tbe Oreston distriot and  reaching out iu a broad manner into other communities.    Our advertising rates  -sre based on tbe scale of the Kootenay and Boundary Printers' Board of Trade.  Xiand purchase and land lease notices, ������7 for statutory time.     Display advertisements, $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first- issue  and 5 cents per line in succeeding weeks.   Subscription rates $9.00 a year in  advance.   Our columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of looal interest and the welfare of the community..    Contributions must be brief and  signed.  \i ti  u  \*:J  ]^  03  ������9*o&< ^x>^^^^^^^^^^#^^;  fi^t in    -n-_niin-w*������nn_rri ��������� ���������������������������"ft*' IT*'*'' ^  5>-  vi.  r<  to  $ mm  j32a  \/OU   will  make   no   misLake  |       when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  Travelling  Hard tiroes in Creston ? That is what we have been told  several times in the past few weeks. John D. Rockefeller  evidently believes'that there is hard times too by the way  in which he gets and holds all the money he can.  But not to ridicule the idea that hard times are possible,  let. us admit, it only for arguments sake, that Creston is experiencing a slight financial depression, possibly as much  as some of her neighboring towns.  Very well then* Creston is experiencing hard times.  "W hat are we going to do about it?  Some say, *'Let us have an *open' -town, then we wUl  Veep the money of the lumber mill pay roll in Creston, instead of letting it go to Port Hill, Cranbrook or Nelson."  An open town might, in this case, keep a little cash in  Creston although the majority of rnill hands at  the  present'  time are men of families and do not go out of the  district  to  spend their wages, but this is not ar-  thus kept in would compensate for the disgraceful  ing we would get which  would  have  a  tendency   to  keep:  away the kind of settlers that  Creston wants,   and   for the I  contaminating induence it would have on the young people* j  There are a hundred and one reasons of greater or  less 1  import wherefore this district may be financialy under  the j  weather and we are now going to name  one  which  in our'  lwnT*r*riNamaaj*XMorrm.vtJimw,*r*vm ������  is&bi. ;A /if-v .-?***. {  s������������������1  The Leading j the  Creston  Hotel.  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  V  i  t*  in  if.  a  nn    a ���������  aJ  &  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  ���������%_*  Our   Guests  Cah   <Ag&in  *4ftuing  that   the  money  j|    With every Nyals ,Family  Remedy  M^you  purchase* you  may    know  what  drugs are used in its Composition,  by  referring to the "Nyals Family Chest"  ||j|v a Booklet supplied Free, ask foi it. fj  -@_H     Nyals Kidney pills Cure   Backache.   ^  Creston Drug&Book Co.  Phone 5i  advertis-  hIhs _** _*��������� Saa _k'        H   bbss 8*9 .       En > _J_ _ ������     u  ������ _ _  ������,__ _   . ..   _ |     gn j^    | jr-ii p^-^.t g  estimation,  is  so  great  ������.t-./>'-  tAACA.  ill  the  others   put   together  Agent   for   Semi-Ready   Tailored  Clothes==Gents Furnishings  ' >���������  TuAn-^-i*  b tr waaBtw a sab  6 eUll-tJ-lUB %  'Iff   *_-___    L-Mrt/S-     ���������_"���������_������ __l������--_  lift*  ���������  _-  ���������_���������  _���������  ���������iii  would not be noticeable beside it.  if this vaiiey is experiencing hard times, it   is   because  1   l-VAV-lf  B   BSaTB^S tiV  -SUB 9U9  B  -.-.-'���������        -������������������#-..  (Best equ ipped Livery in Town)  ���������All class of TURNOUTS supplied at snort notice.    The latest styles of  CUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.   Saddle and pack horses a  Speciality.  Feed for sale.      Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Co.      Horsey for sale  I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and*mail, and meet all trains  at any hour cf the day or night.   Commercial men and landseekers, -wi-.    jvj  receive prompt attention jj-i  H. S. McGleath, Prop 1  Uf...f. EC Sit-rlor    Aatqutio '' : X XKci-v 1 A.        ifa.  tin  Alt.  <������  tt  _i  &  m  m  it*  W  TO  ro  ro  ���������Ji*!-  IT,   Otinna   KK  ���������V.-      A>   A.UAAW     A.\/  ro   ''  Sirdar Avenue  Box 14     ������  ^'   "-"-'"   ���������; "ti :'-"���������-.. ���������"'���������' ^,  ^-9.-15 3-������-:-���������������������-'������,������'9'-9-SS-:-9*9'9������;������:-i^  more money goes out 0*  1l"  comes in for the local produce shipped out, and   the   remedy  ��������� _ A m -     1  laugh  at   the   idea  is more general mixed farming.  until you get tired, then kindly follow our argument.  Kveryone kiiows that a country whose imports exceed  her exports, soon will run short of gold with which these  iihoorts must be paid. The same is true of a district like  Creston. For example, say that we ship annually 30 car  loads of apples (18,000 boxes) for which we receive $18,000  net to the district, and also $18,000 worth of small fruits,  potatoes and tomatoes; the total amount of legal tender  coming into the valley then would be $36,000 per year.  Say  then  that  we  have  $15,000   worth   of   clothing  shipped in ($30 apiece for 500 people, price to local dealer);  luxuries such as books, papers, musical instruments, cigars-^  liquors, etc. to the amount of $7000;  hay,   grain   and   feed  ,.1kinG   JgfcwarD's School  articles   we  consume   than ! jor  JSobs .ine <Btrte  -.'Cranbrook, B. C*  Principal       -      Mrs. Cnerrington  Head Mistress,    Miss Cherrington  I     (Honours   certificate,   Cambridge  I Higher-lOcal, Birmingham. Unniver-  ~ sity Education Diploma. )"Y  . Y v Y^??  Assistant - fliss Hodgson  (Cambridge Higher Local certificate, jJipionia of. i.be College of  Teachers for the Deaf.)  Terms for boarders on aoplicatio-.  to the Head Mistress.  . i. ��������� i it i i! iTTiTrfTrnTTrnrnnniti....  ���������.iiV-J-iilllliililllllllllllillllllillllll...---  ?v"-^r -   ���������  to those who fill ont and  mail this coupon AT ONCE  Sample of our expert penmanship and  facinating lesson in short hand.  THE  BLAIR   BUSINESS  COLLEGE  Spokane, Wash.   ���������  * * ��������� I am interested iu Business Education  ���������.5,0OO; farm implimentS, $2000; nursery Stock, $3O00;    flour  Please send me full information about  and groceries from   prairie  and  eastern  provinces,  $5000;  y������������0oiieKe. and especially about the  beef,  pork and  mutton, $3000;  eggs,  butter  and   cheese,  $1000; to traveling shows we pay $2000.    The total amount  expended out of the valley would be $40,000, or $4000 more  thsin the aimount coming in.    Of course these'figures are by Address  no means exact, but they illustrate our point.  Suffice to say, according to  the  hypothesis,   that  they  are true, then Creston is spending several  thousand  dollars  a year more than it is taking in.    It is living outside of  its  means and therefore is soon naturally hard up.      More  currency is going out than coming in.  Now what is the remedy for this? We have stated that  we are buying out of town $3000 worth of beef, pork and  mutton, and also $1000 worth of butter, eggs and cheese. If  instead of devoting his entire time to fruit raising, each rancher would raise a few chickens, keep several cows, do a  little mixed farming, these products could all be produced  at home and the $4,000 formerly spent for them, kept iu the  valley. The exports and imports would then equal oncan-  other. Money would then come in, change hands a dozen  or so times and then go out again while an equal amount ou  the average would be coming in to to take its place.  Money would, under these conditions, be freely circulated and times would be g<*.od.  Now let us say that times arc good, thai wc get enough  irom our Iiuit Aiid other exports tc pay for the things we  could produce but do not. Then in case we should take to  raising these things, more money would be kept in the valley than would sent out for imports, ar,.'l local conditions  would become very piospciuub.    However the  tendency,   in  !..   ������   ~0.r.m, 0\t 4-1-.I..  IrlttA     t������f/-.itId  V\f.    Ir\f    f1ir������    otvmii*nt-    cjnfMir    "for  XXX     XX     *.mm~m       - -        -  \>  - - -   - -   ���������      , ,   ,  luxuries  to  increase until   the  cost  of export and imports||  fcalamce.  subjects checked below  ... .Bookkeeping    ... .Shorthand i  ....Typewriting   ... .Ponumnship-Ji-I  ,.. .Quiok Figuring Letter Writing  I can begin a course about   Name   This is the Wonderful New Flour  -.    ..       . '?������������������������������������ .'���������������������������.-,  that has made such a sensation throughout Western Canada.  Made of highest grade Saskatchewan wheat, in the newest, best-equipped,  largest mill on the prairies. , -  Made with the determination to  give users  better  flour-value, greater  certainty of  baking-success, fuller satisfaction with the final result, whether  with biscuits, cake or bread.  Housewives throughout all the West admit that Robin Hood Flour gives all this.  Therefore, Madam, it is the flour for you.  This flour cannot be described in an advertisement.    We use this paper  merely to give the introduction���������to say:  Let us make you acquainted with Robin Hood Flour."  u  BURNS  COMPLETE  Animal   Fertilizers  !  ARE  MONET  Sow Burns'Fertilizers  And Reap Dallars.  Call or send for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  P. BiJBNS & Co.  Llmltad  CRESTON       -      B.C.  Head Oilice  CALGARY;  VANCOUVER;     JiUiviUiN'iON.  It Is tho jruar-anteocl flour,    If you ape not satladled with It aftor two -*li������ ,ty*ai������,  a.eu_ your eraca_ for youi������ money back. ��������� He will fi-lvo it to you.  Add moro wator than usual whon ualn*? Robin Hood Flour.   Mado of tsuah  -hard, dry whoat, lt absorbs moro molsturo���������produolner a larger, %rbltor loot.  The difference between Robin Hood Flour and other flours        you have to find out for yourself.   That there is a difference    jflNT  every womnn who now uses Robin Hood admits. ; JLW  mmV  ~~" ROBIN HOOD HILLS, Limited ^  noose Jaw  For Sale by CRESTON MERCANTILE CO.  jrjf|]HY should you got youi job priming done away Trom your hf-mc town  ^y when it can be done here in just, us ueut a style _s anywhere, 011  as good quality of paper and at reasonable prices. Wc will have your  work ready when promised. CRESTON PTG & PUB. CO.  ffl_______n_fla_^^  *w^xm.^^i^mu  ti iJKift  ti'  ?.-> '���������'.  lim  i?  ISi  17  !  1  7$  i  ��������� V  K''  **.  **'  [;:  ID  B  ���������FREE--  TO FUR SHIPPERS  The most aocnratn, TBltablo anil only Market Report  . and Fi-lco L'M of its kind tmbllalied.  "Sip ^ijuaWi. ^1-jli-itj-r''*       g  ���������all���������I MIBS to those Interest*��������� to Saw Furs   g  SEBD US VniJ!* aiMB OH ������ pn-i/rji^TgniiiA ���������  K'0 not a Trapper's Gultlo, but a publication Issued  every two ivcolcs, which gives yon reports of what la  doing in all tlio Markets of tho -World In Atiterlcan  Row Faro. Xlil������lnforni&tiou ls r.-orth ltuntlrods of  dollars to you.  Write fttf iK���������SrGTV���������Z7tS Jt?HS������  A. B. SH5JBERT  The LarsostHousB In tho World dealing exclanlnly la  jXnericaa Raw Furs  85-8? a. MbM;sr,tSI,,Sri*"U1 CHISAGO, lit, U.S. _  PROFESSIONALS  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  ������������-____���������__!������  B O.  liAKU  SUSVSTOR ABD   AKOHITKCI  ���������Plana and Specifications  CRESTON -       -       - B.C.  BEtf riSTRY  r. e. haTld. d, s.  Office   over  Prank Parks Hardware  Store���������Baker Street.  CRANBROOK,  B. C.  Get your Wines, Liquor^  Tobacco,   Qgars,   Pouches. {  Pipes, etc.. at the  B        ^������������S������W'jr"fc1S'3  TTaTV   WW   U'W  a mg -  Sp/frf Co*  51 Poole, Prop.  tifi mitle to >oUr special ort'.f r (mm pit-  tetns. Send for "hing's Gtfu" mme  - 6JUi at SiO, with style Uwk and ssli-  measurlng forms. Guaranteed. Scltf ut  the tame pile* everywhere in Canada.  Uavo yoo seen ths sr/ie book." Slit"  One (or you at Semi ��������� ready Limited,  Montreal.  -tati-rrodg Satforittg  G. _red Johnston, Fernie. B. C.  |  a. iinrauesii r  SsMie  Harness  A SRB&IAL.TY  Dealer in   high  boots and sisoes.  class  a>f _ __ _  ���������vivs %  B   _  SI  GUY  LOWKNjB-SKU       !_*  COHsui.Ti-G Ssosaass.  nT>t?c*rrtiT_  B.C.  MR. &  MRS. CROMPTON  Teachers of  Sii  De dontrac  For the ���������'���������mildine of your New  House, Store, Office. Workshop I  or other building, write or call |  on ine.    Estimates given on all J  kinds of work.  Piano, Violin, Singing  Music Supplied for Concerts &  OKELL, YOUNG & -wO,  Beal Estate and Insurance.  *������*%rT������wo   m-/-*"*'.   TSTSiTSiTrn  ������J\J\Jt3xX&    iv   i*i - ���������=-  CRESTON  B.C.  Repairs  A SPECIALTY  !" {Charges i-essonsule &iaaa satiSiactioii  guaranteed on All Work  IJOS1N   BOYD,   Creston  Miss Olark of Oreston, who bas , been  teaching the naw school at Glen Lily  has resigned and has returned to Oreston  tor what reason you may guess. MiBS  Gertrude Knott of Oanyon City ib filling  her place until the end of the term.   .  The dance given by Jas Taylor in his  new residence on last Wednesday night  list was a grand success. Everybody,  seemed to have a good time. First class  music was furnished by Mr. McMillan  and Miss Lytbgoe, on the violin and  organ.  Mr. and Mrs. E A Lythgoe are giving a whist party on Friday night; iu  honor of their new cottage w hich ihey  have jttbt completed.  Deer bunting au Tank has been good  this last week, qaite a number of deer  have been brought; in, in five days.  Three O. P. B. rnen. while out hunting  on Monday, brought in one each.  Three iViore Senators.  British Columbia  for  JAS. K. SCHOFIELD  Fire, I������iie and Accident  REAL. ESTATE,- Etc.  1 RAIL  | "Wil. IK* 3#eatts  5 CRANBROOK - S. C.  _  The |j  r  i   n������_ im. a  runerai uii^ciui r  >**rillftTf-*JJM''"*y"-"-'**!1L*u'J' ���������''���������'tAiuaigua'Mw  In the Speech from the Throne, read  by   the Duke of Connaught,  at the  1i opening of sarliament, at Ottawp, it  was stated tnat a bill would be intro  ijdueed this session providing- for increased representation in the senate  1 j for Tihe western provinces. At present  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  have four senators each and British  Columbia has three. It is understood  that each of the   western   provinces  snail be given  six. members   in   the      ���������LADIES,   call   at   ou    store and  upper house.    If this plan Ls put into   look ovel. olu. supply of McOalls  pat-  I  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINIG REGULATIONS  . Goal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  the Yukon Territory, the JTorth west  Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Colombia, may be leased  for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than ",580 acres s?ill be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sab-Agent of the district in which  the rights applied for are situatou.  In surveyed territory the lan_ must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if  tbe rights applied for are not available  but not otherwise. A royalty shall be  paid on the merchantable output of the  mine at the rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with s \oin returns  accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined and pay the royalty there in. If the coal mining rights  are not being operated, such returns i  should be furnished at least, once a j ear  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may' be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered  necessary for the working of tbe mine  at tbe rate of ������10 an acre.  For fuUmformatioo application should  be made to tbe Secretary of the Department bf the Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Ageuc or Sub-Agem, vi Douiiniou Lauds  W. W. CORY,  Depury Minister of che luterior  1-7.  B ���������Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not bs paid for.  B  nsKmfnrtts.  OF   THE  TRANSIENT  m  ^m.^x mtt mjs^\rm*i^*t io  \m0*m* IVI imi Wb4,WVS>  SAMPLE  /?OOIW s  best    J_nown  iiotels in  the  is  one  and     popular  Kootenays.  Trie dining room is strictly v  up-to-date  and   the  bar supplied with only the best brand  I  _*_T    rxr^r%n c*  \}x    gvvuoi  "___   ^*������  creston, o,\^  i  ������_^efl__a^mS9^B-__nSE  m .    f.     ,   -. ��������� .f m*^-m*~^tm.  wmmmmamm m msum^umammmaamaaamrmmmmmmffaa^mmnm^ j i^iiw^������������������������������������������������������������������������,��������� ��������������������������� m^,   ^ ���������  ��������� !���������������������������������������������._  AiMUAL    EASTERN    EXCURSIONS  Creston to Toronto and return  Creston to Montreal and return  Corresponding low rates to points in Ontario, Quebec  and Maritime Province-.  4*>S:2.65  Tickets on sale, Dec. ist to 31st inclusive, good to  return  within three months.  ���������WNgWM-M* -wnftnirrm ma _y__������_-MW^-������>_a_-l_-i_������������',M-W___--W������^  Liberal Extension Privilege.^  Tickets issued in connection with TRANS-ATLANTIC  TRIPS on sale, Nov. 7th to Dec. 3istk inclusive, and limited  to five months from date of issue, with ririvileges of extension.    '  Finest Equipment, Standard and Tourist Sleeping Oars.     Dining cars on bU*'  through irains.    Compartment Library, Observation Oars on * ImperialLinnted'  and '-Torouto Kxpresp."  Sjecial through Tourist C*r Service in   connection   with   these  Esoarsicns  For dates of departure and reservations apply to Local Agent.   ���������������������.  Ticket's Via AH Trans-Atlantic Steamship Lines  IL^i-U   uiiiovi  to be appointed for British Columbia. \ erns just received.  S. A. Soeers.  For full information, rail and steamship tickets, apply ta  tR. M. Riid, Ticket, Creton, or write to, R. G. McNeillU  I District Passenger Agent, Calgary,  I. 1a._  JT1JLLCI.  !fflp^_-*l*MI*W**t^^  j^sM^m^sts^^iii^  M$m,  Oiven Awav Absolutely Free  We are offering our New Brand Kerosene oil which we claim to be the Best  Grade of oil made yet. In refining this oil we use a double process, which takes out  all bad odors, this oil will give a clear white lightYand last longer.  In order to advertise this oil, and get the people of the northwest using our  oil, we are goin^ to give away 2000 of our new style, large size Nickel Plated Parlor  Lamp that stands 24 Inches high and has a large White Dome Glass Shade, this lamp  gives 100 eandle power light and is a Beautiful lamp for any home and cannot be  bought at any store less than $6.00  u  Send us an order for one Barrel of our famous Silver White Kerosene Oil, that hqlds 42 Imperial  gallons or 52 American gallons at 27 l-2c a gallon.   We will send you free one of our  Parlor Lamps  as   mentioned   above, and' if you are not well pleased with this   oil and lamp we will make   no charges for what oil you have used and  will refund your   money cheerfully. We make shipments prompt and  pack  lamp so   it cannot be broken.    We will give away only 2000 of these lamps, so  ,fill out coupon below and send us your order at once.  I  I  Empire Oil Co.  Winnipeg, Manitoba.  Enclosed find $xr.5S-    Please send  me one barrel of  ���������your Kerosene oil, with which I am to receive  one  of  your  Parlor Lumps Free  wilb   the   uiidcisUudiug   ii  satisfied, my money will be returned.  Address all orders to���������  am    uul  Name  HI    wi  vi  ������-   Mb. m  ii. .** firn  Box 2196  Winnipeg, Manitoba  We Pay You $!.5Q for Barre! When Empty  2SWSS"  "WP*WB^^  -,������  -*1  ������������������*y;l  i iti  x*l1 \  '������  ���������-."A-MI  t *-*Ht  ������m  ill  tim  -vi!  ,*'_  1 Cl  ���������    -  ti\  1    kl  ���������'hi  rl  '������;  ma^amamBimmtm  *mm������mamam^������ttjaarmt^i  y&a&to������xfi$f$itfasm  .,;-iJ'l4K^'-W4,-iAH������o������uu-,.  1  i,ww.jit',iiii������ii,i������.9i.tii!w������,i!.,,,,i,,iim,iii,iiiii!.,,apjijiijiu^  m***m****tt**w*mm*t*i*������w*****i**mii**m*i*mi^^  ���������M lti&  m-ti  THE    CRESTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B. C.  "r������������ /  ������ fi|3KLI>REN  f5?BI  ������*-*"\433  IP  ^^^sEsm^Sik^mm^mmmmss^^'M  ^^..���������JJ k���������...^ >;���������l, 1 ui ]-  Cl.witlU     lllttt,     AAA.J..     M"u     XJiyjKJKX   Kg*!  fend srurdv, iSepI^iy bodies to M  withstand cold rains, changing f^  seasons and -winter storms.  If your child is weary when  rising��������� lacks energy and ambition���������has no appetite or  possibly sallow skin or a pinched  ftace���������it is for want of vital body-  _ourishment; tkis growing  period demands special, concentrated, easily digested food  H iior body-development���������-mfental  strain���������physical changes.  Scot's Emulsion is the f������  greatest body-builder known���������it  is natures wholesome atrength-  maker���������without alcohol or   s  .Stimulant���������ir.akes rosy cheeks, M  cciive   bieaci,   sturdy frames ana ������y  GOKitd bodies.       ���������������������, ^  Bu������ yoa mast have SCOTT'S, m  Scott & Eowne. Toronto. Ontario vz-GZ gfi  THIEVES LOOT MANY CAB5NS  Conclusive  The  blunt-faced  man  did  not look  up   from  his  desk  when   the  woman  with   the   subscription   book   entered  his ofRce. {  "i TiopVsir   tbe   cnllw  bogfin   teiv-j     ThIev<?3  have recetttly  been active  taUvcly.  tbat  you  are familiar  wlLi   recent]v on   >oard steamers voyaging  Trailed by Passengers They aro Captured and  Put fn  Irons by  Captain  foreign missions?  ��������� ���������       J , ,      J 1. t_       n..^.       ���������A*11        "*" "     UAAW     4->l tl4���������llct_     V.U<1jBI..     ttUU     t-llf     W  Madam,  ha   snarled,  his  eyes   still |^rleneeo  of  tha  Br'U5h  Royal   Mail  unraised, all missions are foreign to  me  Of course, you wouldn't get so angry  talking politics if the otbar follow b^d  any sense or leason.  down the Brazilian coast, and the ex*  Company's  ship Amazon  on her last  ItrtrtlAAii"'. ^..'   ......��������� ~���������   ���������.... t. .. a. T--   ��������� . ��������� -.* ���������   It..  U'JI.!S'.,U,U     . UJOjjD    jIIUUUUIJ     CUfJlAlJ,     H4C  explanation.  A few hour.*s after the Amazon left  Santos  a man  wearing    a    startling  gray suit was  seen  to enter several  Bv inducing a man to run for office   ?f ^e f".st C^3S eflbins as i������ he were  a woman can discover his faults without marrying him.  Help comes to those wtio are willing to pay for it.  Minard's Liniment Co., -limited.  Gentleman,���������_ast winter I receive!  erreat benefit from the use of ���������MIa'C-  ARD'S LINIMFjNT in a severe attack of LaGrippe,. and I have frequent  ly proved it to be- very effective in.  cases of Inflammation.  Yours,  W.   A.   KUTCHINSO-f  Easily Understood  Yes, I really must"go��������� to-morrow.  You can just as well stay till. Monday.  i-'ut the folks are expecting me,  Tei-f-raplv'-them thai you're _oin_  to stay.  I*tu sorry, but if 1 stay I'm liable to  looking for nis own  When the passengers went down to  tea one of them said: A man came  into my cabin while I was Testing. As  I thought be looked rather a suspicious character I followed him to another cabin belonging to a friend of  mine, and found him putting his hand  into the wardrobe. I asked him what  he was doing, whereupon he fled.  A mar. came into my cabin, too.  said another passenger. I wonder If  lt was the same man?  The news caused general excite'  ment on board an;! inquiries showed  that a quantity of money and jewelry  had been stolen.  The captain ordered a special  watch to be kept 'at night.  It was then discovered that the two  men wero prisoners recently dig.  charged trom San Pauio jail, and put  on board to ship at Santos - without  any warning to the captain. Two  other ex-prisoners had also been put  on board at Santos.  Tho authorities  at  Rio -Jane'ro  re* '  fused   to  accept   the   men.   and   the?  Compliments  John Drewe, the actor, at tbe age of  B&"lookes no more than ;-,;">. Complimented on this fact, Mr. Drew said:  l try to keep**������Miy ba-lr on and my  stcmaCh off���������that :s the true secret  of perennial youth.  Then he told ono of 'his stories Illustrative of the horrors of corpulence.  A fflt man, he said, could not help  laughing one day at the ludicrous appearance of a. very bow-legged chap  ���������one of thoso arch looking chaps,'you  know.  Though a total stranger to him, the  fat man slapped the bow-legged man  on the back and said:  By jingo, brotber, you look s-s if  you'd been riding a, barrel.  Tha bow-legged chap smiled and  poked his finger deep into the tat  man's  soft,  loose  stomach.  And you look a3 if you had been  swallowing one, he said.  Ax.evoiver ana jtiszoi uarznages  Some people take s, lot of care in selcctis!*** a revolver or  pistol, and t&������-, buy any cartridges whatever. No -wonder  ���������^ they don't always get good results. There is just as much  "' difference in cartridges as in firearms.   Always get 'Winchester make of cartridges arid you will have cartridges  ygp,   tiuit arc reliable and uniform'in shooting and give maximum velocity.     They cost no more than inferior makes.  LOOK FOR, THE J__&_> W' ON THM BOX.  There are words that are common -^ lose Vtholu-and dollars on the deal I  I  i told you of.  Oh, pshaw, ihe deal can wait a few  all tongue.*", alike  On the heart and tympanum they cud  fully stride , i rt���������v  Though r, cant talk la Turkish ami j <���������"-������, Maawr ���������M wpltten UM aat my  W ������&-{���������������* th. S���������iU��������� u v,U | b^\\?^tY!;;iv aSS";, assum?  ing    _r.cug_.        j ��������� little    responsibility.        The    busi-  .     ���������7~Z7~~ti~~7~~7Z~~ti .v.     _     ��������� iness will he ���������.-ll right.  In  v-.ew of  ths fact that the   borti    xhere is an important meeting of the  were kept in Irons, and were continually watched during the voyage.  Every one in the ship wag relieved  whenthe last man walked off the*  gangway at I-sbon.  nift-aSE is -intYh rah  LOOD  m*XxjaJLi.*Xjmxi mur   ������������- *x/*J   ������ v    wiav  1 Af|S_  t>o the Qu'Api>elle at Regina. the duties of Mr. F. W. Bergman. Manager  of Grand Trunk system hotels will  become very much more onerous in  thr* near future. Seve-ral other ho-  tel3 are to follow at such pe4ats on  tbe Grand Trunk Pacific line as Mount  ������t*obS9��������� and Prince Rupert so that. ir.  order to keep in sufficiently close  "to'tC��������� with the en-tire chain iitr. l^t^r���������*  STiS.7!. who has hitherto made his head-  ���������Quarters an the -bateau Liaurier, the  foii-panyvs pioneer hr-tei in Ottawa.  v/Hl take up his residence In Winnipeg while Mr. A. T. Folger will as-  *w_-e charge of the Chateau as Re������i  test Manager.  but the fact is my railroad ticket runs  out to-morrow. '  Well,  in  tiiat  case  1   suppose  you  will have to go.      Be sure and come  To  Cure   CoEjison   Ailnients the  Blood Must   be  Made Rich  and Red  *i_e decision of thu Grand TrttnJt  Pacific Railway io name its new  SljOOO.OOO hotel- In Regina, "The  Qu'Anpelle," has been generally welcomed by taunt city. Tilie historic  name is one tihat bas a warm 'placo  in the bearU���������'' of ail westerners atvl  the beaut I ful legend at tacheil to lt has  a wide appeal. As told by the celebrated Indian Poetess, Miss Pauline  E. Johnson, it is this: "An Indian  voviasttur ou the ove of his wedding  day is paddling hi* canoe swiftly  al-eng across the waters of Echo Lake,  vvest from the present site of Fort  Qu'App">llo. As ho paddies he sings:  "Our voices keep time aud our oars  keep time.** ���������suddenly the'stiihv&aa  of tiie night .s broken by a sharp cry.  Ho cc:isea his song and rests hls-  paddle, listening for a.further sound,  fencyins that he has heurd his name  uttered by someone. Again across  the waters there conies a shrMl cry.  This time there is no doubt but that  It is the name of the voyageur. Placing his hands to his mouth, he shoiita,  '"Qu'Appele" (who calls?) For answer  comes once mere the cry of*a" woman _  voice sounding hia name. The Indian recognizes the voice of his sweet- j -���������- ���������'���������������.������ " ��������������� TXT J 1_* *! ''" '/ til  hVart and fearing some mischance puis j WagnboarCiSj       W OOCl     JTcillS    y8in���������i  '':��������������������������� '������������������:'*-'������ifete'--^*5til8. and Tubs.  They nave a true   safety   base  head0   wit a   silent    tip.     Wil?  never  explode   if  Stepped   on.  Eddy'a   Matches   have   satisfied   Can- 3  adians sines 1851���������accept no others, 8  '���������'������������������'-    ' _  The E. Bo Edsly Company^ Hu3i,6anada     ������  ���������-Juiaju������J*gj__^**g'^yB^������S*^^^ Will Mi inilllHW���������ffTT���������*���������-������JWui������i������a^mJB  INSIST ON  CETTING "EDDY'Sw  Tubs  all his strong-tib into his paddle. L������ook-  ing over his shoulder to judge of his  position he sees the moon rising. At  /length ��������� arrived- at the reservatior.  where the Indians are camped he finds  them mournl'iff. and  is  told that his  debility aud indiges-,      ..  and     other     nerve i-mtiiuas tie-eia-re uiat when the moon  .rises to 1 certain iK>!?it, on Kcho Lalw'  in  hear   t'he   spirit  of  the  girl  Tramp���������Lady,   I   sawed  a   cord   o*  Yocd ter pay Ter dat meal���������why should  l   il"���������Vi   <Xii  Woman-  iCiwn, too:  -V/hy.' as a tip.  "The  light   that lies   in  ftcy-os may tell the truth.  a   woniaii s  A man can he cordial without drii'.'*-  asK it.  ���������.. ..       _  }���������:,-..������_      ^     v.f,m,a  i troitoies,   aiiu   uisu_urjiis   SKiu   iiiSeaS-  vcT>i4".n  thp na*v miiiister.    a    nana-:       ...     ' x      .. .       -. ni-,**  ...... o.^ ' mmm**,, ��������� -,;,' es use eczema and salt rneum snow ��������� ������"*-. ,  some and unr-iarr ed m^n   made ,a.������, impure the ^lood actuaiiy is. No {..calling to her love..as she _aun.ts.the  ^ -3S ^^^ ll?S: U5e 'rymg a diiterent remedy for-eaciil valley.  be  tooK  little Anna up ..in  n-s aims- ^  ^T     *._      T-:.,^     V.^- Rut      rhfl     nllH--,    I    '*������*,3i'**-aV-      ������^.>������^AAA41T       V������Vj        "���������''   ������l"'0     *""   | _. ... .  ana two moose neaas,  -d  hunters  declare  are  g  specimens  of what  07TI&  JD^  ?n���������f - v-^fV -^*?^^'  $y������>Mscav&0e$(Ui6  where her mother was getting si few  finis-  before  room to gre  Mamma, the little girl whispered,  the man in the drawing room wanted  me to kiss him. -  Well, renlied mamma, why didn't  you let hin*?     I would if I were you.  Thereupon Anna ran back into the  drawing room, and the minister asked:        .  Well, little lady, won't you kiss me  now?  No, I won't, replied Anna promptly,  but mamma says she will.  Minard's  Liniment   Cures   Garget   In  Cows  IT* th* CI.EJVNF.ST, BIMPM"ST, ���������nd BEST HOME  ���������j OYC, otin can liUy-W'tj^you don't ������������������������!������ lnv������ ������t>  w linotv whit KINO of Cloth your Cooda mm tit.ile  V ,tli,..Ho MHtulir. ������ro Iinpc.lble. ^  IB        Sriid fir Frua Cnlttr t'.mrd, Slory  Buofclat, and  B!������K.kl������t itlvlnic ro.itlu of Dyolnu ov.r oilier i-nlora.  *J It* JOHNSON.mCUARDSON CO., Unill.d.  Munrrniil. Cauoila.  .i.iBitii.nifi   ��������� i~n-���������   nr-rn���������i���������I���������i a���������r���������r", *���������imr.  Good morning, sir. said the polite  book agent cheerfully.  Ugh. grunted the prospect, not so  cheerfully.  If lt Is not trespassing on your valuable time I should like to show you  some hooks which���������  I don't want no hooks.  Pardon me. If you glance at them  I think���������  I don't, want none, I tell you. Git  out or I'll throw you out. I don't need  vot darned hooks.  Yes you do. You need two of  i'licm���������this one on frrammar and this  ono on etiquette. You may not want  llmm, but���������  Then ho wont away from there to  save argument.  Dysentery ."-orrodos tbo Intestines  rind speedily cnts away tbo lining,  I i*-riue*iii,������ about dangerous conditions  thnt. "may came death. Dr. J. D.  KpIIor*--- Dysontery Cordial cleara  thi* intestinal canals of thu germs thai  cause the '.nflammntion, and by protecting thf "lining from further rav-  ������������������sea vos:tores them to healthy condition. Those subject to dysentery  should not bo without this simple yet  powerful remedy.  jToxvitt���������I  had u queer drenm last  ������������������iftht.  -i-sv.t..��������� Spring  lt. ,  Hewitt���������1 drenmiMl that tickets for  peats  in  the  Hall  of Fame  got  Into  tho lmr.ds of speculatora.  tlies^ diseases when common medicine They bagaed the heads 25 miles north-  fails. Mrs. John Jackson, Wood- j east of Holmes'--Croasing, 350 miles up  stock, Ont., suffered from botb nerv-.j the Athabasca River. wihere^H-he only  ous troubles and a run down condition i sign of civilization is some grading  and experienced a complete cure j for the Gi-iid Trunk Pacific transcon-  through the use of Dr. Williams* Pink j tinental line.  Pills. She says: "I was a sufferer Moose and cariboo? One of theb*  i for a number cf years from neuralgia, repeated the words i,n response to  and a general debility of the nerves a question; Well, I should say wo  and system. I bad tried several doc-, did see 'em. "We saw hundreds,  tors and many medicines 'but to no f The moose tracks along the river  avail unitil I began Dr. Williams' Pink where the animals come down to  Pills. At the time I began the Pills drink: are cut into the otherwise un-  I had grown so bad that I could hard-1 tracked wilderness to a depth of six  ly be on ray feet and was forced to and eight Inches. The region is their  wear elastic bandages about the ank- own and they roam it as if man were  les.       The  pain  I  suffered  at times   unheard of.  from the neuralgia was terrible. I; Before ssolnsr on talis trln, I was un-  had almost given up hope when I be- j der the impression I had seen an  gan the use of Dr. Williams' Pihlc j abundanee of big game and scenery  Pills. In the course of a few weeks j worth tihe. while; but now I am ready  I felt an  improvement, and I gladly j to confess that a new  paradise has  continued the use of the Pills until  I was once more quite well and able  to attend to all my household duties."  If you are ailing begin to oure yourself today with Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills. Sold by all medicine dealers  or by mall At 50 cents a box or six  boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockvllle, Ont.  While travelling through  the west  a-man lost a valuable dog aud Invmod  been opened to the sportsman and  nature-lover. The cou���������try is as nature left, it, anil lt Is picturesque aiid  inteveE'ting and hold!? a combination  of elements which take the kinks out  of the tired brain and make the traveler feel as if he were born again���������  a new itnan.  Fresh evldf-nceis of the unsurpassed  mhierpl weal till opened up by the  main lino of the Grand Trunk Pacific  Railway      in    West.prn    Can an a    nre  Km-ler's Review in the town where  ���������*J?B. ������i   iJ������iL,?  fJ^Sr*1  n a  ho was stopping.    Entering abruptly   1^ J "fi ���������?'ve,(1   from   Ha/.el ton  Tt'p no eniiv task to convlnco a  l\r.-:.icr that c'.ty people ever *-*'-���������' up  ���������-���������my enough to do an honest day's  work.  No man can stand In hi;; own lU'ht  without  pup ring n  shadow.  topping. Entering abruptly  he said to the editor: I've lost a dos.  I'd Uko to have you insert this ad for  me.  Seventy Ave dollars reward for tho  return of a French bulldog answering  to tho nnmo of Darwin. Last siym  on Turner's road.  We're just going to press, snid the  editor, but we'll manage to bold the  edition for your ad.  After returning to the hotel, the  owner of tbo dog decided it mlti'M ho  best to add to his advertisement: No  questions asked. Ho returned to tho  ofiloo to find the place entirely rtefiort-  ed, nave for a red-haired youth, who  sat gn?.Ing Intently out of tho window.  Whoro Is everybody? ho ankod.  Gono to hunt th' dnwg, replied tho  Ind without removing bis giuo from  tho distant fields.  Renhani���������There hi a good deal of  unroat, In tho country.  Mrs. Bonhum���������There wouldn't, )><>  ho much If wives didn't havo to nit  up lor l.lielr huHl-amls.  which states that a body of h!,gh-irrado  coking oonl hns been dlF>eovered lying flou'th of that town. The property In oue-Eitlom ls on the Kltpegukln  River. 12 miles from the G.T.P. and  con.triins "1 tjt-fi.rn.s, l.v/o of wihioh havo  been partially tlevolopcd. Of theBe  last one Is seven f<3et In th'elcnepis  onrl the other four. According Lo  nspiavn made In Vaneouvor the conl  yields 6S.R per cent of cnlco, but It  Is niso" hipili grade stcam3n������ and do*  inestle fuel.  \  Jf ������U������,,14, d g  ������%(i_vi^<i&_|j^ J'  She i'- li'.decd a clever woman If *.hc  is too clever to -show lt.  M M . u. <v:'7  ::,'.,,;,, v.',-',, ',.-, :i :.\u\\\ iiuii*;, v:*r. run-  ��������� ib!-: io 'cdieh i\ train the other day.  ������������������.li. n hi! frirr.d .loue'i enlled mn;  l!:i!!":i, l.ll'*nii.       In .. hurr.*^?      Golllf.',  r-.MnrrV.'hi''I'fi? ���������  j      !���������'."i-ping   hi",  hrenth   for  oilier   pur-  , 'i'.,. im   luli'.ui   iiiiu!''   no   reply,   lull,   le*  ,i,. ,,)-niijH'd in tulie a terrible revenge  i  \bout  i o'ehxik next, morning he call*  ��������� i|    ln.-ii'iA   ii|i   mi   Hie   telei'llinie.   A rti'i-  ' :i   ill :il   uf   rliii'ltu:,  "   I'l-uiny   vnlee  ;ii.  1   ��������� '   ���������        ��������� ��������� ������������������ '     . .','    ',',,,���������      ,> ��������� i i ,.     mill     it i ill  i    I  ; Ju'ii- i  win  t here,  Tt'-ll     lull    .llllll!!*'  '       Wh:it.    (In   Vim    Wi'ttl?   ri'dcerl    .le-iivt  i 1 vi. In-.-ii   in  bed  tlu'i'i.'  two  bourn.  i      I'm   I'ilMiii,   Hint   '������n Hie oilier.   H ���������  ��������� nw..iiiti,|- eeeitii* ine ruiirilmc ihli* mui'ii-  ' Hiir. etr'       Yi'HV      Well,  I   wuh  j;nl.i ���������  I    r.llllt'    IS III    ,  I   ,      ,11.14      I       ....(.     .14 .4 llllll;    ,  j Muni] iiluht .  ���������     Thi'ii   BIlMon   luini*  up tlie   rrrfl','1'  ' .iret ',"'it b.-ielt Into bed ri hnppy nitirt.  o  tltnl it tviui p'TtVotly rvidrnt  t'.iut nln un.-'l HNAl', the  nrlijluril    liiind  c!i;:i,-r, tn tr-  iuij'"-l'.if'!;:linc  ul'  lion i'\7.irU.  Ilatnl   i:'..;tiirv.-������  liy   itMy   nlli'T  ..'...... ._! ., .4  hltlCil   llll   HtVr  f| .  A vii I il   r,i ,i li  litiii.tt! ,it-., :ii,<l  ri'MK'lUlli-l'    llir  nam*: .lis  1 4e_ mm m  Mr. A. K. llonrehler, the orlgltnl  pioneer of tha Fort settlement lu Drll-  Iwh Columbia, who wont Into that  country from Aabcrol't In 1U0U as a  frnlglvter of supplltw, for the Grand  Trunk Pacific, coiifitruction oainpu, ban  Just arrived Jn Edmonton and Btaten  tlmt with a.prup of 125 mlkn botweon  I'Virt George and Frasor Jjiikn und a  Tew 111J nor j?.i.pB, tbo roadhod nf the  G.T.P. has all boon graded from tho  end of ntool at Tete .Tinme Cache to  the OI..1 of Riteel ut. Hn������eHon. Tho  rlglit or way Is now practically cut  lli''iiii'*.h Irom die euHtern to liio wofli*  ern ends of tho conal.rno.Uon and by  next nprlni*; will huvo been completed.  Unphl pvoereriM hn< been ninde  iliroiifihout the suiumer and fall  month.-. On tho we.'tleni end Mr,  W. ������". C Melmn, Genornl Hiiperln-  ((vndent. reportu that thu linn lu coin-  pie ted nnd rend.v to opr-rulf" ivi fur nn  Mud   Creel:   beyond     ilnzelton. U  I'lioultl therefore only he a. i*,hort time  before lliiti I'-vlitinled line i> i.lirown  open  i'i'diu  Prince Rupert.  How Much of Your Road Money is  '"     Spent in Filling Ruts?  IF the millions of dollars that have been spent repairing worn-  out, washed-out streets and roads had been used to build  more miles of good highways, fewer farmers would now be  wasting valuable time and money taking ro'und-about" routes  to town.  FIRST cost of an ordinary dirt or macadam road is usually" v  only a "starter."    The* cost of upkeep soon equals that  first cost and then, is always an ever-increasing annual expense  for repairs.    The worst feature of it is that such a road is  never a really first-class highway.  TN estimating the cost of a road you should include the ex-  A pensc of keeping it in good condition for at least twenty  years. If you don't, you're figuring on the first payment for  that road, only. And the remaining payments are as certain  as taxes.    The upkeep cost of concrete roads is practically  nothing. ,       ���������     x  Concr-Lu roads ars th������bistroadsf?om tK������*������r**t���������and  the beat and cheapest roads at the end of ten, fifteen  S5,nd twenty y*5������n������.  CONCRETE ts the ideal pavinp material for Btreets in small towns at  well us for main liichwayti in the country.  Edward N. Hinen, Wayne County, MichiRan, Road ComniisRioner,  and one of America's foremost authorities on good roads, saysi  ST*' "������r;AV.".d SsS;: s;Mrriv������ti������;i; & ������.r-iu of cvBer.t.-.  WRITE for tlu* -.Heti abont Concrete hig-hways.    When convinced,  ur.6 your influence to have the roads for which you puy built to last.  We have highway experts who will visit any community intendin**'  to build n.hrc roads and explain Jmt why and how concrete wads are best  and cheuiiObt,  Canada Cement Company Limited  srcuH  *"0; Horulfl BuilJi-g, Woi.Uwl  vou 1 copv of our Hgjfrt* book/or /lomtn" IVhttHh* Far*'  id* wl*Coinr0.st" J/H������t,*urit*/������rU. /i'subsolut./tfim.  T-'<\.^ ..���������...>.    ,u   : i.-.;-n���������-JTTT-f-" * ������..,<������������������.������,.������.���������. ������.������.������, ���������������.���������.,I ������������������.������...���������". JllAf, .'HH',.,.!' .���������.'.*ll|llll tl ,...,,,1   VI'-  Dlzzylrtfl  In ihl.s ������ri';it ������ud filorl-iu-. country  of oui'fl, cxolalmod tho political orator, thoro lo no north, no uouth, no  east, no wont,  No wonder wo don't know whoro wo  nro ot, camo a quoruloun voice? from  tho out'iklrti, of tho crowd.  #r*i id_ t   m   ���������vrm,  ?*% |^|  /_a  ir"  lir.lir rr,,,i\ f ,,ur ,|,'il������r imlif.  U l������ *   '    I  l,4,,t.l.  jim  hoiHuil  coiifon!������kui, he tenlcmi it. In  utriel   eonfldeiue to hliunull'.  Many a mnn who howln ror jiuvllee  would probably try In Miienlt up nn  alley  If ho  ������aW  It eoinlll;'.  tamm.txt\0,,lr>   *51ir.*,mm*|������..  1,'hiIik���������--The ni'in thui Killih nuir  t'b'd  t>i ii rol'ortner  Tho old lady from tbo country and  her tumill hoii wore drlvliiK to town  when  a hiiKo motor car^boro down  in.ni.i    epon   tnfio 'rin>   floruit   was   "ninily  I    .luliii    How did he Iomo hlu -money''I lend mother pnjit.  frlRhlonod nnd boRan to pranco, whereupon the old lady leaped down nnd  wnved wildly to Iho chauffeur, iit-roam-  ItiK at tho top of hor volco.  The chaulfiiui* tilopped Iho car and  offered to help to met (lie homo quint  ii Kill n.  t   IlltV  It     .AU      4>.,tll,      iMAlt.      I..H4      t'l'Jl,       >V till  remained componodly In tho onrrlaRo.  I can manaKo thn horac.     You JiiBt  Ucnry II. iVIlUnmn, whon pnwldflnr.  of -the TMiirM*. f-tound nxtoiiHlon of tho  CMcago, MllwauUoo *k St. Paul railroad, -iivo a Kroat deal of bin time *o  a ptvrBonal auporvlfllon of tho 'Improvo-  montfi qn tlio lino, especially ht'luis  inl^orau'tod in tho cvowtli of tho now  towna and thoir vnrlouo biuunotiB, Ilo  hoard that a harbor hud located at  Mulder, u dlvlwlon jiolnt In Wa������hl������K-  ton, and \jpon vlnitlnf* tho placo pro*  'ooodp'tl to patronluo tbo rar.or urllnt.  The barb'ir hitbered end nt.rnppo.il  and then toolc a swlpo down tho chooK  of 1Mb cub to iu or. Wllllamn wincod  whereupon tho barber luiUed.  DrvoH thfl rii7.nr hurt. yon. dlr?  That dependn, dryly ntiHwered tho  victim. If you aro nUlnnln������ mo <t  nun i,   ota u  you  u������oY.u*i.vuih   mu  u  ,������ m r.,-.  '!  ICh tho oiin'oHt thlnx An tho world  to go from bnd to worao.  ���������. <^>i������i>,.i.i M4i i iy4j imwiajMWu.HWij.imjjjtAiii itMi. >f������>i.iiwiiMWH4i iiiiiiwiwiBiiti*iuf������t iw_ii������B> rt������i4M<������������tc n ������wr<t 11���������wnww ������wht���������mi  M  IMMHt  ,-,.... ...���������.���������.���������.���������..^....���������.���������::.,..:..;..  WW  lliwiiiliiiiiiitiiiij-liiiili. ���������'- iff.^-R^lf;'^  ffsff  g^S^PS'rH?^^  ^fi&  _������'  ;7  2'.'������ ���������  k?k  i  ii-  i  I '  il  it  -'-'.���������-,.< --������������������> |.';'Y Y'-'"''' '��������� ti'tiH^L  jpiliis^  ??'���������''?'���������- ?Y ?'-?/Y??Y;'?-''';;"-';?Y'-Y;.'i; t^^iii^rSwwi  i���������/. ;..���������; .���������^���������.���������.*^-.v?.'S.''i.^;>-!-i-'!v:,i������a"iH4'J  .' .::.vv.:^.;->.-,v^-^:.-c;������.'/..-*?i?iS[^|  i--r ���������   ������������������?��������� ,. ���������    :.-.'-..-,,.i> c:;>itf *i.v<*-*!^-='?'.*i.-*t*e  :5*:^  ���������������������)'*������������������  '????CtiSS| SI DE ftAjEjLY? REtiEVSb;.?:^?  ������������������,G'rea:t^.r5'tf  ????b������MorRi*n^  v'-''toYSecure, ?a;- -jpeacef ui?-Settlement--.  ���������Y'd|n!omatlo-?Wor!?i ;.??VWcip'or������e9. ,??-'Aui.  Y^tlientfc'^  -. -. :Negot,'atiori8.? ti       ??. Y - ? -?:-??" Z ?;  _j^^  crisis.is considerably relieved,-by tho  -a3WS that the peace ,plenipptentarle3  ������ire continuing their negotiations and  tba.t Ordat?Britainand Gerihahy nre  working actively to secure a peaceful  -ettlement between Austria and Sery-  ?Ifl/. Aceordlng to one CohsUuitinopie  representative the dim cm 1 ties ? In the  ���������way of arranging a formal?armlstlce  nre so great that the hegotlatlohs are  taking the? form of seeking a basis  for peace.  ���������pfUTiAiN ?PEEl|S,?REAS$tl REDf*  ��������� But. ^ekndwfedgbil^^  ������������������'.'./-S-^'StiW^  ; London-.- ----The tension ?i_?!t_e Balk ?  :Xb?orisis;iJi& ;sen^bly?relieved :byYthe:  news 'thai;:the/peace plenipotentiaries  ��������� jSn-d.41-.-? w*���������?& ?a?C' Gbwn&riy? are ?ivj6rS-'  ing.actively to^s^  tlemenit between Austria.: and' Seryiai  According to? ^  Tliort;, foe? difficulties-In the ?way- ht arranging a; formal armistice ? aro so  great that? the negotiations' are? taking-the forixi- of seeking? a basis ?for  peace??- '������������������?-,:.-y.? .-?���������        'titititititi'- "''?'���������'  ghAno_s?;jn r?n?w?m.f?  ???''C?P?H?,.Encouraging^ ���������������������������'���������  Calgary .-���������The? policy of -the department -of ixiatbral refsources?of ?the? 0.  P.It? to assi'st the live stock?industry  of the ��������� western ��������� ������������������pro7ineeB--',:--':was..:-:?an-  noiihced at')'ho' Alberta Fat Stock  Show by Dr. J? G; Rutherford? superintendent of .animal husbandry for  the G.-.'P.R.    The policy contemplates  The   dang^  tbe bo������tllitiea, however,-is   still   ser- -   -. -..  foue.y   Apparently only an  Informal  -armistice of ?8 hours has been agree 1  on and it?is. reported that* thr! lii!'-  gar'an? forced jire ?��������� alre^d^?;. mo:'*iig  closer? to the Tch.atalla V.n-* aiid are  entrenching theinselyes in rev.diMe.-s  to renew the attack, ti.., -, ?::?'Y;  The Turks have an armv of more  thnh ess hundred thouSwai in.'H nun  soon?will have'btiO':bun.clre*i nml thirty  thousand? for the most? part? fresh  picked troops, behind the lines,' and it  Je certain, according to all the corres-  pond-hts, that theyYwill give a good  .' ���������.m~f.'..m.X m* 4l.Sl������ ���������A ���������1 *r������l������ : - < f" + V, A fl ������*>l'** * W <T  CT.\y\J\AUAt ,.      \JX      VAA*JAAAK������V*VV������ '**���������.     **^V .   A*0**v**-*O  :��������� iSTCTumetfv--??-v:-:  "?-.?#? ?":Y?:  Under these' circumstances, ? with  Adrianople and Scutari still holding  out, Turkey little likely tc show a  very yielding attitude in the peace negotiations. ���������"' .;?->-;��������� "������������������:titi.;Z ;.-..���������'".:.������������������  The renort tbat tbe Serviana have  reached Durazzb appeafs to be premature . A wireless .dispatch of. vto-  day'sd_te briiigs^?-ie^^interesting report that Albanian Indenendehce has  ���������beenproclalmod there, that the Turkish government is now preparing to  -epaptaisdt-at tbe town is accenting  without opposition the new regime.  What action tbe?Servian army an_  government will assume towards tb������-se  developments should form- some Idea  -of whether, ae reported, Servia Is willing to accept the suggestion of ian  autonomous Albania. The greatest  weisrht is -attached in the diplomatic  world to?tbe sieemlngly well authen  ���������ttciLted repbrte tbat Great Britain and  Germany^ are new? aoting in cordial  co-operition on the basis of postpon-  tn_-All side issues?until after the wa.r'  '   A?'"   *������*4-ftOCI*'1'ivtnO*      *_������������������*_*- -HTW^fct**** '  ������ja      ������ %^T*������j������'v** *������*c������       *m0%t*mi***++**���������**mm *m  Petersburg: that  Russia arid Austria do not desire to  flght'-byier a -port in the Adriatic.  Thus What appeared to be an imminent danger of ?Europe being divided Into two hostile camps seems to be  .:, dissipated for the time being at least.  lived dairy?;eattle and tbe placing of  selected bulls with farmers in rvar-  I'oii- parts of the province; the furnishing? of steers at cost to farmers'  sons who-wiU undertake to feed them,  the prbflts oh feate to be paid to the  boys; study of rates and car service  as they affect: stock interests and the:  ericonragem^iitY^ co-b-?������ratiVe buying,  handling, breeding and selling of live  stock by fa.rriiiir8Y  r Madman in a Liner .'-. ..Y.,  Madrid. Y-^, One of the passengers on the Transalantic line,rCat-  Qlina. at Cadiz suddenly went mad and  attacked se-verul feiiow-passehgers  and some sailors with a knife. Before  he could:he overpowered thirteen persons were wounded and three are in  a critical condition..  ;Seheirne :������n,;Feb,t.tb  ?.???'?? Ztiy?n^?^!^b?*i'e??*3y.?;?vY:-!?-?? :??:  ? Ott&wa;-^Pi*emier Bb-rden has;"_iveh'-  notice of a, Bill?amending the ?Koyal  ^l������*rwest Mounted Police Aiet-, .-%���������  WIR:? proyide^: for v.:-Moih&ti:?nul'Or'Lii)t:  ohaniges in? regard to?tbe?force?? It?  is proposed. ?;h the fil&t^lace^?to increase tbofStrebgtl-i?:of: the^ forcei-TSere  have been' latterly -:iii: divisibnal?jjost^  and 170??det*ich-aentd, wltbYnot?suf-:  ficient? reserve?bf?strength.;'iit?Sby? of  the ^divisional?pc>sts to meet?emer-  gencie^:?;'?-??..T,he.,-;.'-detachments.,?'cbiisist.  in inost cases of a single cbnstEible,.?  The?demands for rnore .detachiiieh.ta  have been constant and insistent, Ae  population having' increaaedflye times  and the siettled area having? extended  tenfold, while: the force has stood at  the strength of ten years ago, with  50 ofncers and less than 600 nbn-com-  mlsaloned officers and constables.  The Bill? provides for a substantia.1  Increase in the strength of the force,  and will also provide for a higher  sckle of pay for the meu. The service has experienced much difficulty  In keeping the men and In aettln^  new men under the existing scale  while the many opportunities Of more  Profitable employment exist? in the  Western Provinces?  A new departure wiii be a claus?  providing for the use of, plain...clothes  for mounted police. The need for  this has been very evident In tracing  down persons wanted for murder and  other offences in? the Western settlements. ?.-���������������������������,-,  ricuitural education? ���������   I'be great support .weiit to institutions    of    higher  ^������ducatioh whis^h turn ed out consumers  -ANA&iAJMS frfA^bliy /CNOW?TM'bSR F'p^0 tiot?producersV while t?ith arable land enough tb: raise food for th.e:  whole1 of- Europe, Canada1 had to import foodstuffs from as far as ;New  .Zealand;. v A33 effort should .he ?ni"ide  to divert the?; youth ?of? Ga^ada (from?  the effort to acquire .classics to *the  neglect of the soil.    Y   Y  PR@SPEi-I-OPt;-N-D-  ,n.V������4llAI     B������4>������fe't_ II    l'*^ 4 {���������������*_''  ���������.:y������."������t   ������-������j'<������o������ii������������t.i ������ ICO-  Dornih|<>n?is .Enjoying  a   Remarkable  ti-ti EFa-^f ?Prosperij^;;and' Offers WOh?  tier-fill Opportunities for -the Devei-  oprnent? of? ?y/eafth���������Trade Wilt  Billion     Dollar   Mtsrk     This  :   c.~������u  . . .vault  'y :Y^ti.titiy;ti[titi-:ytiy.:<'���������.������������������   ������������������"."  -??,0'tfcawa.--^In;?tbev senate ; tlie??acl-'  dress -was resuEeiJ- -by- Hon. .Mr?  ���������Ijougheed? government leader, who  said that? Canada was on the eve of an  era of prosperity which he believed  Canadians generally v/ere unable ? to  appreciate. It "was more appreciated by People from the-outside and  the result wag that- the possibilities of  wealVh in Canada Was being largely  exploited.'by' people? from the United  Sta,tes"ti..'ti-He believed;that in Canada  there were greater? possibilities for  the : development or Wealth ?thah in  any other country iri the:.... world Y A  few years ago the man who predicted  a billion.dollar trade would have been  laughed at; yet Canada's trade will  this year reach "that total .The Uriit-  '**mry.r'0,  '*! , >ti>-f'!S'iti-:ti:~:  fiimf^mtititim  'mmiMmwmm  Regina to Quebec by Electric Railway  Toronto.-r-To link Quebec province  \vifck Winnipeg and ultimately Regina  and op'en up a huge triact of rich- country hoAV undeveioped is the idea of the  Porcupine Rand BeltSlectiic Railway.  With P. G. Eati*l?bf New York as pr^-  sldenit. \Vork oh the company's rigiit  of Way from Dane tb Temaskaminjj  will be pressed this winter and operations further west in the. spring.  It is proposed to run cars on this  road with electric storage batteries  to be recharge d from po w er h o us es Io  bated ?at ��������� variouis waterfalls, which  aie plentiful along the route.  Rock Slide Destroys? Tunnel  ?  Vancouver,: B.C.��������� The entire^ top of  a section of Ja,ckass Mountain, opposite Keefers on the line of the C.P.R  had  a  popdlation  between   45,000,000  and 50:000.000.  An examination of the figures revealed the fact that in no country had  growth been eo rajiid as in Canada.  Hon. Mr. Lougheed said that sO  great had been the success of the aid  given to provinces, for the promotion  of agriculture? that the government  ���������_      _  ���������. .��������� . .      _. . . would  probably  Increase  the   grants  vii-ifc. ne4mres Dfrxmg -.uDnouse     this: year.      It was to be regretted  London.-^-The clargy, of All Saint's,  that   In   Canada,   where   agricultural  Blackwell.   Poplar,   are   converting   :i   possibilities were greater than in any  local boxing club Into a church insti-   other cc^mtry in the~worfd, the pro-  tute for the ycuths of the par sh. vinces gave so little attention to ag-  \t$%ol&t"mark "ntfr ^^^^ ! co������apsed a^few days ago, hurling into  ������������ TlllJJII��������� UwJ-!'5^tiTJn   the  Pras^rvnver hundreds of thous.  ^SSSCN' ^;?-^OOBTH:^'QyA  'i tiX tititi^f-P^ ll[0MffWti^^[^0titi^tiSM  Te������t;-.cf-;the?t-;e6sobi.:.'M  ti ;^ernbry?>vei^s^^-3'~Gbi^en ?Tcxt??|:S  ;?YMatit.'''--^  . Y?pa red^.by?fte^?;0??!M'?;:-Stear ns ���������';���������',': ?^?1?y^?3-  ? The ?questibn<;bi;?i^e?:'disciples.: vvSthYY'S  wh i ch thi s" lesson begins?? '* W hois yfM. ti. '���������:. titi  greatest ?n the ?kitigdoi_??pf ;heavbii?' ?'ti- -^  ���������carries ���������;��������� us' far?baek,?in:?ih������?hisii^y;si>I???:?  ���������'���������.man on? the ? eartKjC-e'yehi^.ithe;?^^.?'???  gestion of the old sefpeht���������^������������������;.t������^?,B1f������;*?>���������>���������������������������-'  ���������'��������� Ye" shall,: be tiiia': gods' tiyiC^ti vi������t:-?:^'.'YY-  t}:is?bwij-: iambition:: i's:.;se^h^i^?Isa, ?xiyi?Y??:  .?l3,'?i4 :?.,;i;^ill-;,exait??my?'*^rb^  the stars of Ood.    I ?wiil?'be?Hi������??&0?Y Y  Most High?"?    The 3igni_bance?bf?itlle'??r:?  ��������� title-: '/Mbst^Kigh-God*?: i&'Seea?!^?-^^??  , lirst use of it :h Gen??xjVivil^2,^li^ie^Y?$  ;it?:evidehtly,',rei^s/'tp'?0bdv^s?th^^  scssor.:^? heaven ?;and?; earth Y-Y:??!^" titi:.  grea-t adversary _ a^bitiph^?therei^ro?? ?r  is .to possess the��������� earth and;-the?p^e<^i������?;???  upon it??'Y;Y        ????:?��������������������������� ^-?:-'???. ?V. ti-;;-ti:titi:'tiytiyti  The latb Dr. cWestpn;s^id?t^at;^oYK?  Bible is?the :^ebord;of ;the?c6^flict?be** Y??  tweeaj God and?the devil for?njan^ahd? ?^  his inheritance,? the earth; When?peb������? ?Y?  pie jbin ;ho'useti 'to --���������hOtise-^:ahd?'fieldYtb?v^??  fi^ld, that they .may fte ?placed?:albiie ? Y?  tuVthe h-^dst.'bf*the earth?(IsS,? *Vi?'8>i?? ?  on which prinbipal all trusts and Cl^*:  ands? of cilbic yards;-, of rock, ruiiiin-j: (  a, 2a������ foot tuun������i Oi lhe -O.���������_���������-.R.���������    The i  slicfe occurred at 9 o'clock in the inom-ybine3 s&e^ to ^ carried?bn?f it^ls^ioi^  ing and made a noise that was heard   ������������������������������������'���������>-���������    >���������   ��������� -      .i        v.       .,,...  for miles.; No . lives were Ipst, a s  there did not happen to be any railway- laborers working in the vicinity  at the time; :   ? ??-'j  Swallowed Halfpenny Causes Death  Cardiff.���������A -5 year old boy  died'at Cardiff recently under an anesthetic An origration was to have  been performed to extract a halfpenny, that he had swallowed.  large quantities; of wheait -at steadily  lowering prices thus making the market.  .An   V .xi.  At. -     ^��������� * 11 A-.  **<i#9*?<3H/J&iSai.U SYCbW* r06K������JLCE  QUEEN   VICTORIA     MONUMENT  STRAW   PLANT   FOR   HAT  English-Speaking World to Celebrate  100 Year**, of Peace on Feb. 17,  1918 ^  New York,���������A mooting or tno aim-  commission of tho American commiti-  wion to urrango for the oolebratlon in-  3.914*15 of tho ono hundredth ii mil-  voreary of peace unionk BhftllBh-  ���������wponklr*'*; **i**ople, was hold in the Lawyer'** club,  Ono miiitor, aotod upon favorably,  who a HUKBOiitlon ot Senator Uoof-j  tbat on the 17th at February? 101 f>.  rtvo nilbutCH nlmll, ho sot aside and  that Uioeo live mlnutoa iiliall ho de-  Mlgi.fl.te.a by l.hrt Piir1liom*iit of Groat  Brltnln and tbe ConKreiifi of tbo Unlt-  ***rt StntoH, us a porlod during wh!eh  nil nativities of tho IQiigllsh-HpoaHliiK  world (dial} conu, to u full utop, nml  ''thiut. for five minutes tho llnftliBh-  ���������"neakhiK world shall review tlio one  bundro-d yours of poaoo and lt���������������-at*  (^���������ndttut blr'AaltiBs wlbb prayer mid  contemplation.'f  Anotihor mntter, lifted "ipon favor-  nbly, was the (mention of a woman's  ancillary commission, whoso Hpeclfk*  work will ho to nilvnnco tha propowl  to <*roet ������i monumonit to Quomt VhMot"  ia lu tin* city or WiiHiiinui.ou. a pro-  porml to oirftct. at Home coiiMpteuout'  iwilnt hi tho United states a bunt (������f  i.hatham, n������ a moniarlal to tho frltmil-  wblp of the Brltidh people to Amorl*  caiiw nt tho outwent of thoir oaroor, was      % ..  .101 ..... I*       11' t  tt witn ftrinniineed thnt lhe eomtnl������  Mlon would givo a dbmor Jn honor of  ,t������*-iOfl Bryc<������, the rellrhm Britiftb am-  hnjH������ndor, nt Hie Hotol Alitor, on tho  jUlih ol' ������������jtt luontb.  Company Now Negotiating With City  ���������Plant Will Cost $180,000  Medicine Hnt,���������Messrs. V, A. Burton and C. F. Schaub. of Calgary,  woro In Modlclno lint negotiating for  tho location hero of a plant for tho  manufacture of heavy wrnppUiK pa-  por, straw.board, sheathing puper and  klndrod products, the raw material tb  ho the vriKt ''iirintlty ol' straw which  under present, conditions Is discarded  by tho farmorH ns worthless. Those  gentleman hold u mooting with l,h������  mayor and city council and decided  to Jacinto tho proposed factory in Medici no J in t.. They askod for froo gas,  froo run*, and certain minor conceas-  lopfi In the tmittor of taxation to.too  dotorminod later. - Tho proposed  plant will roiiuiro ten aoron of land.  J'lai.ii have ocen comploicd tor tho  biilJdlngn which will Inolmlo a mutiu-  fncturlng building Hi feet, hy 84 foot,  two atoi'ioB in height, a vat: hnllillug  for buriiJiig, wirnhbiff and flooklm*,* of  tho Htmw, 42 by 19 tcot, and a wnro-  I.ouho for tho storaRO of Unto. Tho  plant will cobt Hourly $150,000.  Winnipeg, Nov.   26.-���������The situation  in the.. Wheat market has not improved,  during the past week, and had it noi;  bsen for the Influence on tradih_ seut������-  raent, caused by the backing and filling in the political situation in Eur-,  ope, it is easyto see that wbeat prices  would have shown another substantial  decline.-"   As It is the downward act-  tlon in the markets today, hais brought  prices in the United States markets  and Winnipeg, to a new low poiiit-for*  the season, although closing prices are  only   _sc   to  %c.   under what  Uie'y.  closed at a week ago.    On the 20th  Inst,  and again yesterday, the Liverpool market got considerably excited  over fresh developments in the Balkan  situation,   which   seemed  to   portend  serious results, and very   sharp    advances In pv'Jes took place, principally   through   speculative   short   sellers  endeavoring  lo  cover  their sales.in  quick ordor.      This    action    affected  markets on this side in the name way,  but  in   less   than   twenty-four   hoyvw  tho warcloiuls which seemed so ominous, melted away and the light of apparent^ peace a.galn  prevailed.    War  or no war tho actual grain 'situation  of   (he   world   Is   ht*aV.V   owiliK   l.o   Lhu  super-abundance  for  tbe time  being,  of all hinds of grain.     Tho world Imb  ralsod, mid Is raising ln the crop year  of 1012 and 1913, tho largest crops on  record, of all kinds ot' grain, bes-ldca  an   abundance   or  somo  other  staple  kinds of vegetable food stuffs for mnn  and beast.     Of course ovory eountrv  In the world, and every��������� grain growing  district, hns not had record crops and  thero bas also boon in different par's  moro or loss of unfavorable weal/nor  coming howpvor mostly lit and after  tho harvest porlod, aftor tho growth  and   fruition  of tho crops had  boon  made,, but. this, although cnualug (some-  depreciation in  quality,    and    glvii.j*-  farmors,a great, deal of extra work and  expense In having Iho crop's, has not  lcss-med  tho total available c'imiiUty  lo any oxtonl..     Thoro Ja however,mV  country where in this crop year, therein anything approaching what wouid  he oallod a I'liMuro, or oven u partial  failure, nf any of tho staplo crops, that  In taking each country a������ a whole, al-  Ih'ongh thr-ro (-tonhl-lc'-'-". arc '.li'ill dl.s-  trlctH  In  dlfforont    countrloB    where  from ono oamto or another only small  crops huvo heon raised,     But. Inlsov-  ,cral largo n-'vicultunil ooiintrloti thoro  In gront uhundnuco, and In Iho agivro-  nak' HiIh ahtiiulniici.' has turned to ho  ii   great   wolrvht rjn   tho  niarlcot,  aril  Iho weight, of It, ovnn In tho fitco 'if  otiorourt wm* intUioiH'o, has put  down  prlcn until It la not imr������-tiiHi.wia,hl������* io  Ihhilc ihry nro rr'tlnp- on ft������ T*;-,-f'":'.'" 11-  ground, Irom which tlioy could err wily  Miring upwards whouovor any hulllnii  (It'volopmi'ut of inure Ilinn liMnpnrary  'Miuouraijt'o tnkoH placo. Perhaps it  lo (icnrcoly rljj-ht l.o any that the whIkIm,  of   nhundancii   of   wiioat.  htm   crniR.^d  Co������t of Premier Oordon'm Trip  Ottawa?���������According to a return  tahk'd in tlio UiunniotiF. today, Premier Borden's trnveiling oxpon)'(���������<' In  VijiiiUiunl in,i*it Hiiiniiior totalled i?i,K:bi.  Other it,i**in������ ol" unforaoon oxikhkIUuio  Inoludo ^'10,000 for tho Hi/l'feri't'fi In  tho Titanic (llnastor; $;U).00() for, the  Jv.w>....������, .j.Y.ui.1   tiMiA'juai;.,   .umi    si.iu.-i nn. ni'i/iii. ilmu'-iu.' Ill tho niarltctH, rath-  nOO   ���������.-,   rtoiilwt   lt������   -flirt   ������<(���������.������..������,>i*   ..#   i,..ii ������   I ... i .,,.,,',    ���������'     ������������������ ���������    I   u       "       "���������������������������'      '"-���������'  '1      MlllHI      lllllllll*.     ui      i.i.it  ln_B in Kra-yii. Albctto, to a ultc* tm-  cim'o from tvu-    (laiigorH    from    the  onimlilljij*; .iKui'ii'im ovorhuijjiJiu. t!;--  town,  Hpor.uiallvo uiarkotn by profiMifilonnl  spoculntlvo oporatora, who Hoi'lrur the  liirrei* ruippllos' In pronpi^'1. l(,')tt oftor-  Inpf "nd  floilinij* for futuro 4dlveiy,  1- n r\- 4������n������    *-, m J.-I-.     ���������_,���������    ���������,jn������-,    ���������*-!-**-. ^.    v, ���������>���������>���������������A  ^ "aaC , IIJI      i.i*J"i,iS      L-aCT    aXjXI���������IvTX     ' ������V 1Z\J . v'U^5  and the farmer "who sells the actual  wheat.     Of course it must be remem-  |_bered   that the speculative  operators  who now bear down prices lower than  there is, any need,for, are the same  people who at some other time carry  prices higher than there is any need  for.       At the present���������*.'time to quote  from a well written article in the Commercial West: "Wheat may go lower  but it is .already  tob low.    Farmers  cannot become the   dictators.   .They  have the remedy at their command.  If  they   will   persisitently   hold  their  wheat until after January  1st, they  could  then doubtless market the remainder of th*?Ir crop at an average  of 10c. above the present price t Por  them  to sell more wheat now is to  place it on the bargain counter. The  price made, in the pit (that Is by the  speculative   short   seller)   while   this  bearish  sentiment, lasts,  will prevail,  unless   the   actual   wheat   is   iargely  taken off the    market." ������������������ ��������� i' In    the  meantime of course,  curront    statistics continue of a bearish kind.    Last  week the Avorld's shipments of wheut  from  exporting to    importing    countries  were 14,400.000 bushels against  .10,080,000 bushels   same   week    last  year.    The quantity on ocean passage  is now 39,970,000 bushels against 32,-  400,000 bushels last year. Tho United  States   visible  silpply   Increased   last  week 3.334,000 bushels against ah increase laat year of 908,000    bushelB.  The total United States visible is now  55,370,000   bushels   against   08,889,000  bushels a year ago.      The European  visible supply Increased 088,000 bus.  last wook   u'uilnst   an    increase   of  000,000 bushels a year ngo   and    the  ai'gregato  ls   now  88,800,000  bushels  r.gu.iikii���������91,706.000 bushels tt yoar ago.  The figures for these vlniblo supplies  may not appear ho bearish whon compared with Ittet year's figures but the  indications are that the comparisons  will become moro bearish now with  ovory  pausing wook, and bosldos, It  seems reasonable  undor present clr-  I'.uJuivlanijt'H that invisible supplies of  whoat ltftho hands of merchants und  nillloro In both Europe and America  and of Hour in dealers' and bakers'  hands, havo been largely increased In  recent wcekt* and there* can be Utile  doubt that the supplies of whoat. still  hack In lnrmors' hands ou both continents  aro   much   larger  than   they  Were a j'mil* uro.     jVuoUier chluf bearish   factor  In   tho   ulnar   i.;ll ui������Moj*  ib  the ArgenMiiQ   crop,    lt.   ban    como  along from ueod-tinio with practically  no liiiit'avorftblo reports about It, anil  it.  is  understood  to  bo on,o    of    the  largoat, If porhupn not tho record, crop  oi wheat rulHoil In tlio Arguiitino. Cutting Jn tint earlier noH.luirii parts will  bo iituHrd any clay now, and will bo  gc'uont) lu two or throo wookn.    Un-  f:ivoi"viblu wi'-u'l������t.'i   may bo eiioouiu.or-  . >,������     ������1>1.>|.������..    l|.tt't'.t.,|     n.,,l     , l.,..w.t.l.-. ...    'J:\,,.  an wan-tho cane to a largo oxtmi;, )nnt,  your but tho crop Im Ion far iidvanofd  iiiwlcr I'tivoralilc clrciiuttilaiicc*.!, to look  for any largo falling down ninv.    Tim  AlW,!l'.ll!;ili crop Id iilHu dillliK well,  and owlnu lo Uniolv rnlnti In indlM ib,������  pronpo(!t. of tlu* now crop   lu that coun-  i i t    i.i  uii|ii in ni  limine  i ������������������"  1 > lt ti l   v.'UOK.  Thi' Unliiul Htat'-H wlntor wheat in in  hi'"I I i-oriiliMoTi pi'Tluipa t������o high to  favortibly Avltbfiiifid Hjc rfcor of the  Jailor  part of  winter.      In  western  Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas, the  W'e^th-r is too dry and rain would be  beneficia.l,?Y ���������?:'?.?Y?'?:: ' :'"������������������?'?'���������??'.?? Y? ���������''���������  Our' "Winnipeg market ha a  good" demand fOr cash wheat lately and  there has been considerable activity in  futures trading. .Prices paid by exporters and shippers , have been well  upheld but of course have had to conform to the downward trend of .the-  sjtuatibh.and to the apipfoach of the  close of lake navigation, Ywhich .will  coftie in about two Weeks. Although  the d.P.R. proposed to regulate the  movement from tlie West by tempor-  refusing to supply cars to some  difficult to? recognize the? uhseeh j ami?  bilious, wicked one back oifit.all ���������, who Y.i  offered to Our Lord ^all-?the?_ing^nisv??,  .of -Oils world and ?t2he?_lpjy? of?thexii?Y  If He would  worshipi?him: :?<Luk������!iiiyi?^  517).'-,-,���������.    ti.-:.'  -.-:y.;.;:-.--,.????????Y'<??:��������� titiyti[ti������������  The man w^ll yet come; if he i%.^,p:fe|i??  already in?sdght, who will?accept?t_ia???  offer of the dev-,:.;������i_d?^rjt]i^  will worship him whos'e-ha���������esar^?bc^-???  ixt the Book *it Life (Ife&l^v 36 38a|^3;jY"?  ;Rev: ���������xiiJ,-;8*.! ?:*We-:-deed^to^^aer^ndp?:-?  this in order vo he,, deiivered?|r&te?th<*?;S?  a.mbitibn to. be '���������'^i^tti&yeriH'h:d%^tiMmi^ti- titi.  dom. ? He must?be bUnd?indeed-^vh6??;^  would  desire greatness '.of?--powefc-Jiii-tititi.  this present evil -age- unlesssheftbcnihi ytiti:  use it wholly (for God. ?The lifel6h&????  motto of sVery  believer Yshdiild tih^i-Ztiy.  "The7:1-)i^":alohe:?sbail?' ^be'??''o^tei^lffi  ?(Isa;-?_,-?ll^?I7)-.: YY??Y?|?iY??./;?i::???|Y?������  '���������; ��������� ?NOt: ^only^on' -thIs?;:becia^brf;-: di^?;Uw>?^  Idea of ^personal greatn^S lay hbld?of?? ?  .the disciples, biit just after He; had ??"  the  second; time  foretold? Hi s ;death- -ytiti  they by >he way dispjutediamong^eaii? 'tititi,  selves ?who Yiihbuld: be? the - ������������������: great������ittiti  (Mark ix, 31{34).    On another becas*   ?  ion both . Jasaes and John Yand Ythelr?:?'  toother asked for seats on His rij^it'??  hand  and?left?hand in His kingdom' ?Y  and  glory- (Matt. .;sis;'-'-'20,-.'.SI;;??M4Trk;;???  ���������v,  3*>.a7).v-' ��������� "Then  sgaIn.-''''.������t,-''th's--'.laitl-S'':-':  pa.sspver onthe night of ?His hetriiay^iil?^  after He had indicated Judas?as His???  betrayer, there was -a :;:strife^ -arabiig???  them wihlch ;of them would :be?hc^6uiit>???  ed the greatest (Luke ^li?^21^)!,H4??Y  always taught. theih thatvig^nuiii'S hu������>Y?  militv was true.greathes^;Yand?as^ tb?titi;  places   in   His   kingdbm, Yfche   Father??-  had arranged all that,? and we :must? ?  .leave?it .:.withvHim? ?}?.???':'?::������������������ titittizti'tititir.  Y On the occasion of bur lesson He Y  called'.-$������������������ 1 lttle child, and set hiin Jin the: ? ?  ^midst' ?."zu hy 0,11 object lesson. taiiE*h*'  fe9&?bumility and true greathess and?  also that ?tb^ttter the .kingdom one  must become as a little child (2^), A  ��������� !������f'*lia' r.hi-lA:-������'~-j~o-'-Tt'A-������'--M.nrr:f.mx.,!^-.'+... ... -.f.-  .:.'y.v. vu.iM.uvv.* .mvi .i7iio���������C'^"-. Jti.'.tuv.ettici}  as its principal featiire^for it ls?rnarrr-  velous how -earlyti-hti- very Iittje??cbild ?.  shows Ayilfnlln'esjs^andv^m&e*^  r^onc^ heard a^maivCa  uisie  these r wbrds ^jabput; hecathing? aa ?  little, children as ra. proof of Uieyiieed  of a piirgatbrY??whei:e we ?bpuia?%ome- ??���������  how work off?bur sins untli.Sas'iwhen  we were' innocent, childrcni we?wouldtiti  be fit for-thp kingdom-.?;-,?'-'--;;>y? ���������      :;-'?-  The ScrlpiturA.s, the.readlng of ^hlch  the Roman Gatholicsdo not encbiiraga' ,  teach us plaUnly>thafe^  of Jesus can cleanse oiir? *?lbp?.Bn:d that-  titim  ���������������������������yrzm  country points, the receipts at Wlnni  peg during the week show practical- ���������.��������� ������,1,���������a1���������a,a-��������� wa������*m+ : ������������^i;-*-_rt,,-rf������.^-,  ly not let-up.    The weather over the P}^^ ab^lutelyj-perf^t right<*ousne������s.  country    continues    remarkably    fine ^jich^0:������5lyes*������reeiy;M all;.who rei  and steady for the time of year. To- ^^l^l^i^V S^"r^^y ^"^^ ^-^ ^5������  dav'H  enfth   nrlr.PR   for  Mrs  pn-rni.to presence of.God (Rom. Iii, 24; v. 1. 9;  day's cash prices for cars en-route  past Winnipeg are down to the basis  bf December delivery but wheat now  in sitore at terminal elevators available for immediate delivery on complete documents, ls basis Novombor  delivery. Cars emroute past here 1  Northern 78%c; 2 Nor., 75J,_c; 3 Nor.,  72Hc; No. 4 Wheat, 08c. Alberta  Rod Winter No. 1, 70l-_c;'A.Il. No.  2, 76%c; A.R. No. 3.' 73'%c. Tough  wheat. 4c. to 6c. under straight grade.  Futures closed November 81%c; De-  pember, 18%c; May, 83Vic-  Oats��������� ',  The cat trado has turned very quiet  and cash print's nro not quoted, but  No. 2 Canadian Wpstnrn has buyers at  34c spot Fort. William. 3 C.W., 32c;  Ex. 1 Feed, 32V,c; 1 Poed, 32c; 2 Fond  30c. Futures    eloped    Novombor,  33%c;  December, 31c;  May, 33%e.  Barley���������  Tho barley    market    has    declined  heavily  and   prices  are  No.   3,   44c;  No.   4, 40c.  Flax���������  The Jinx market Is nloo dull an.1  lower, and 'Otiwli prices are not quoted. Futures closed November 119c;  December, 1/llc; Mnj\ llfi%e.  All prices quoted above are for delivery In ptoro Fort    William,  jSrtihur nnd "Onlutb.  ALBERTA TO WINNIPEG  Winnipeg Favors Scheme to Pipe Natural Gao From Medicine Hat  Winnlpog.���������The Board of Control  lias decided to tako up in curm-iit th.i  proposal to Biipply Winnipeg with natural gas by piping it to the city from  Medicine Vint. A Hpeelnl meetlnp-'of  tha board wub called for tho purpose  or going Into tho pmiiilbJllly of the  plan with Goorgeson & Shlmmln, wh*j  nro promoting tho ontorprlsi���������. Tho  fact that tho -promotern havo now  made an offer Jo pipe tho gim to  Winnlpog and supply Iho city with  tho gn������ at 41)c. por thoiiHainl foot,  Including distribution In the city, haa  brought, tho nchomo within the houndu  of prnef|ciib!!!!y. Tlie t\v.-, itmu. wlm  navo for yearn bnon attempting to ho<  cure tho privilege of piping the gau,  will nioi't the hoard in Hpeelal  1 Cor. i, .30)',.' A very little child is  li el pless, teachable? .' tru r^tful,., ������������������.coim en .  when called, jia this ahlld did v' When  we cpnie to .Hiin. In our emptlnesa .  nil His fullness becomes ours, nnd  then we become^indeed - His little ���������:.'  ones, who believe In Him ,,-(yeree'6),-  and lib counts all treatment ?of such  little ones as done to HIm!J"eli''(vers5H  B-B);  Awful'Indeed,''������������������ire--' some of the  word" In those versos and in Mark  Ix, 42-48. concerning; th^.po^albilitv  ofbelntr cast Into pverW'itliYir.helj: Am,  but how, biess.ed.j the, ,ttanuri*.i.y������V.*'e'"'; that.'  lliis fearful place was rievbr^p^bpared  for man, hut for 'tho devil nnd hla  angels: that t.ho Lord In not willlni?  that n.ijy should pcrhh an,'1 thrf thoso  to whom Ho gives etcrnbl liff- can nav*  or lirtrlnh,, (yorecs 5, 14. 2R-11); ;I  Pet.*Hi. 9: John >*. 28������. T������^ mlnlpitrv  of angols.ln hcautlfnlly rofcrrcd to In  vorso 10, and that they always havo '  ncooss to oiir Father In, hoaven, that  tboyftilnJatai' ta us here on tho earth  Ip taught by HCb. I. 14. and ��������� many  other pa&sage* It I.������ bjewsort to bi<  able to Rfty, boeat'f.0 wo really believe  It and know something of tho Joy an������S  pwiee of Jt. "T im re" tr alone, thtt  Port j '"ord .Trwuu and -t'lj.0 nugols ������ro til-  ways with me."  In voihc*! .11-13 wo, have what nilaht  bo called a summary of tho,.throe parables of Luke xv, showing tho Joy  In heaven ovor ono sinner repenting,  If wo are not thus ttooklng lost one������  <">n wo he nald to have thn mind of  Christ. Tho incident In Mull, xlx,  Ui'-jh, which .Binlflo found in Marie  x, l.'Mfi: Luke1 xvlll, 15-7, of th*  Utile children whom "lib took up In  ITIf, :irm" and Mr-<-".(v"< 'n'Ti^l" rn!i"l: Ol"  pueh \<\ tho: kingdom of God, when tho  (llHrlpleH wonld havo driven them  awav, shown ns again ���������hlti-'i lieart to������  vvnrdH thorn and romlndu ub of Zooh,  viii. n. ti;  Hold Shlpw nt tnkft  OMawa.   Out.���������Arriuif/eniVMitii   bav*  boon  nnulo hy, which  Ambrlcuii  ve������M  ../���������-���������I .���������      **.���������**.������' f.fi I ���������_**���������( rv     f 1* i", t*o *'���������**. 1 **.**������������������������*   'M*'*'^'**'    ������������������*"������������������/���������  w v, ������    ���������       'ii         Im     i       i *!���������*. im****,. i   i   v. n    ,\m *%.���������*��������� m        *4itaiam  Tugnt. ol* Jieeentner i������, lit. 1,'ort, Arthur  ami Fort WIIMum will bo pertoittt'd |p  I uul Kiijiii, ii'iii.tin  ni. tin.' purl** In tihi������  HOHHlen  ,  and a report will be made to eouneii   winter, and  In  rue. nprln��������������� dollrer It  by   the  board   eoncernlug   Itn   flndlng' ������������������'   Point. I'dwiird. Coderlch or fliM������r*i*.  in tho mattor.  imi uuuui iiea". in   trap  London.    ���������-    On        C.       MoiiU'h  farm,  ul HulsUvid, icanox, a  rat,  has  built Iti.  iu:.;t Ja  i*. iiv,t.-tirti>  nud  huu  r.'iiiei a lit'ior of youiijj,  Ian Pay port-,   not    Port   Colborno,  '.....     Illt.tl       .,.     |.,.4l      ������.,|     A.IO,!   .^,1, III. I It!     |UUU  frt  rir.'Vi.n t   ,>   ��������������� ������������������������, t.������ 'l>lci|-ti/.,<li.    ������.i.l   ..*������-.  bvougli* about at conroroncr-a hold b������������  tweon tho acting in In inter of trade find  eommoirce, Hon, J. 1>. Held, tho Grain  t Cij.iuujr.nluji.    Ullli    UW    l-IJIMVACIU14111 VO  ..r- tin   l)i)i,������Jn!oi: "Marljifl Ahfioclalion.  ^, iujii.ua im mmii.il lmagl_il_)_l_aa_'______S  ������^������������������lA*pl!*������WI^^  )WI������M^i>>Mt*ltl-A^t^|^^^  Mrtiar^***-* ^w wi* w ifciiiaa?^^ rrS-Jiii^t^^ ^^^^fe^i-t-^fe^eii-fJS -.- J I- l- 'I,  THE   CRS-STON    EEVXJ-W,    C^JSSxQk,    B. C.  ������������������  ���������"' ��������� "'      *���������" i -   - -        '���������'��������� <���������'��������� ��������� ���������' ������������������"��������� ���������->������������������*���������'-*��������������������������� ,���������****'*��������� ���������.������������������ 1. .*��������� i i.  -KOJ-^-^^i*.' ������������������j*MHwn>���������aw*___  ^* *_**__ __������_?  _ H_    13  BBS       na  ���������',-������*VTf-*  IF  ___.  B__ H   Hf  ���������������391 SI   B9  We have just opened up our new stock  URRANTS  RASINi  .rrn^m  Wg!  H������=3������Bf*������sa������  __S  ������        S ���������=���������=-*= ~  /  1=  _L_  f  _���������  A ,1   ,.V> _|  We   guarantee   them   strictly   fresh  We have the Goods and Quality and we want your Business  ������������-r.'-.....-. -.-.-  ���������awj.fi-ji  ,.'��������� t  Ktiti  mi  h'ti ���������'  ������  TIMBER SALE No. XiO  ��������� m*  SEALED TENDERS wit bs received If  [I by the Minister of Lands not later than ]  1 noon on ths 3rd day ox meson, 1515, aw j  the purchase of LioenoeNa. XiO to ont  13,180,000 feet, B. M.,   98,000 railway  ties. 16,000 cedar polea on Lot No. 274,  Group 1, Kootenay Distriot, near GreB* j  ton.  Particulars of Chief Forester, Viotoria  s. n. _o_3  araaaaa  Bkaa&r'mwaBSgg     mm*  *mBpiaa Gfihgi BGPifSSS  Q&gsizs&tf&s* ������������sad&s*& ssfiiH������  ggNEW*W ������mW������EggTmSR*"  _������������������  i TLa Pv-a-a-IaI- Bn^ilOF      BILLIARDS AND POOL, HOT OR COLD  BATHS, CIGARS, CIGARETTES AND  CONFECTIONS. RAZORS     GROUND  TIMBER SALE No, XII  SAMHATFlEl  i-_���������_-���������*_  IS  BOILS.   SWOLLEN   <?I^.ND_y  BLOTCHES, g  asu^s-ec  AMrt> AU.fiiglN j������-NI>BLtsOU L*i5EA3ES      g  SWUM* ������*������������** ,T������*"���������������**��������� m-mixm* ������������������������������--_-   - ���������^ -��������� ������������������;- -���������___*.    _,���������������������-. Mj  ABE OT^LEliLY CUEED BIT THE  NEW METHOD T-U-ATIKEOT  MKT_lO_������iSX OiiUKOiS,  Services will be held every Sunday as  follows: -  Morning        -        -        11.QD ft, ni-  Evening  .-.        - -      7:30 p.m.  Sabbath School 2:20 p. in.  You are^welcome to   tarry with us.  Fred L. Carpenter  Pastor  PRESBYTERIAN   OHUROH  Service ovary Sunday  at 11 a. tea.  { and 7.&Q p. m.  Sabbath School at 2:30 p. m.  Adult Bible Class at close of evening service.  W. Cr. B-AKK  Minister  ���������We ctesr. to can ths a-cntJoa os _u imw a  afflicted frith, aay BSead ������? Stia Dfesssst������ g  oarN������wM__-aT-sfcsssBstas������swtfaote������i Q  cure for Usese eomplaiafc*. *I������>er������ is no.ex* Q  case for aay person having ������-disflButea race g  xrt���������u   ciu)iwu>   ������'������������������    -..-...���������j-- _t^��������� _������������������"���������~:    ���������  trhetllerheretU_siyer Bcnurtu,������w������w-������-. ������������������  remedies ami treatment BWtjali������*>i|Jl pot- m  sons ia Has blood ami esse* taem trom tne B  ������,sie&_ Ou-t*"*-st crBsrseaee is *f������ treat; m  jiient of thousands of t__ most, serious sno, ���������  complicated cases enables ������a to perfect a |9  "ursT������itho'������texT5erim4s_t_s_. weaoDuaness B  on the plan-Pa? Oafe fer _��������������� ������������"*>* *oa H  Derive. It you tare any Wood tlisease, con- ������"  suit us Free of &***** SOu. ������Et ������85^TS ~  you how quickly our r__������*ales y3* raaor������  all evidences of disease. Under the influenca  of tba Mew Method Twsateen* ������������ ^.^  comes clear, ���������ulcers, pimples -Midjblotcaes  out  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  Christ* Church  Bee 8th  (2nd Sunday Advent)  --tiins Holy Communion  Eric-kson School House  Sunday School  4-������-���������js ���������������;~��������� 4^i___  vuuujubuuu uinsS  ii a. m = i  S-p.'-m*  3 p. m  SEALED TENDERS will be teoelved  by the Minister of Landi* nod later than  noon pa the Sea day of Hatch, 1918, for  the purchase of Lloenoe No. Xll to out  2,530,000 feel B, M��������� 45,������00 rsiiw������y-ties  4,600 oedttiv poles os I*o*5 No. 3877,  3878, Group 1, Kooteaay Distriot, near  Oreston.  particulars of Chief Forester. Victoria  B. O. no 38  -lima i   I a  mS' *mnmma*���������������������������i���������  TIMBER SALS No. X13.  ���������J "-������������������.-..-.'  SEALED TENDESS "will be received  by tbe Minister of Lands noi later than  noon on the 3rd day of March, 1913, for  tbe purchase of Licence No, X12 to cut j  S.440,000 fsst B. M��������� 10,600 ^ilway-ties,  3,800 cedar poles, on Lot 491, Group 1,  kooSeaoj Dissrict, sear Creston=  Fariiiculars of Chief Forester, Tioioria  B, C. no'28:?.  - ��������� -' '.'".":-'.-.  Everyone wants a picture of the members of the  Government of ;  Canada.   The ������������������Newe-Adver-Ber'* has had prepared for the exclusive  use of its readers in this provinoa a large engraved plate of Rt.   Hon  ���������n      r       ra_^J,��������� mm.J. Ll.   -lBi~:m*nmm  mNI .   *0f   4^v������aaa4ga wwu 4j.o    mm..m..m.m.fm m.  The-group is redrawn from the latest photographs of the eighteen  Ministers, who compose the advisers of His Royal Highness the Gov-������  ernor-General. I** is printed in sepia on heavy board ready for framing*  and wiirbe of the greatest eduoational value in the home, the aoboo  and she library,  The Prime Minister, HON, R.L.BORDEN, oocupies a central position, and is shown standing at the head of the Council Table. Seated  about him are his colleagues.  Dimly in tbe background the features of Sir .John S������scdO-ui������ lock  dov?n on his successors.  How to Obtain the Picture  _his fine engraving, of which a limited number have been prepared, will be sent  FREE OP CHARGE  *jj j������m snb���������jribsrs. cr t-c old ^ubscribe?8: ���������wbofcine-w their subscriptions  for one year (13 00.)  For out of town subscribers the picture will be tubed and postage  prepaid.  Non-subsoribers may obtain copies on payment of 60 cents, If  mailadt ten oents extra for tubing and postage.  Applications and remittances (cash must accompany order), must  be made to  The Circulation Manager  **\%So,mrmrs'~ A ___7'ja-***_"_ei���������>���������*���������**������   '**  V txwimfmiv. a %j* yammxf*  &  TIMBER SALisNo-aIS.  Evensong, Sermon  Philip O. Hayman   (Vicar)  T'.flll TA ������ll      I  m. .  victim i  him. ____  YOU CAN ARIWlNGE TO PAY AFfSB  CONSULTATION -RES  Send for Booklet on Di������ea������e������ of Men  "THE GOLDEN MONf.UK" FR-E.  U -in'"' to call, vrrite for a Qoeatfon Lbt  far Horn* TfMtaM&x  I"������ !    The Bish&'BAv.' A. IT   D* Pennie'  ILord Bishop of New Westminster wil  S3 [ hold a, Oon_rmaticn Service st Chris  Church on Tuesday, Dec. 17 at 8 p, m.  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Oriswold Si,   Detroit, Mich.  All letters from Canada must be addressed  to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  ^^       ..mmm_________    ment in "Windsor, Out.   If you desire to  see us personally call at our Medical Institute iu Detroit as we see and treat  e������ Xife-U in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence Mid  SboratorTfor Canadian business only.   Address all letters aa follows S  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Out.  Write for onr private uddtaBS.  S SEALED TENDERS will be reoeived  by the Minister of Lands not later than  noon oa the 3rd eby of Marob, 1913, for  the purchase of Licence No. S13 to cut  4,160,000 feet B. M.,? and 660 cedar poles  oa Lot 281, Group le Kootenay District,  near Creston,  Particulars of Chief Forester, Tiotoria  B.O. ������������28  ���������  #  FRUIT TREES |  AND ORNAMENTALS %  rnldi-fpo--?n Fdafu Niip^Plip^   ������  UUIUOIl UUIM   LiO&UllJ   llUid-SilGa      j  VERNON, B. C.  __.  Tho Riverside Nurseries  Comprising S25 Acres GRANDFOPKS, B.C.   Ijj-ftggag -4PrLET_?EE5 Gkerie������  GUARANTEIED HORSE CROWN  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  _at-bll_h-d IOOO by the HON. MARTIN BURR-U.  Minister of Agriculture  ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANOH AT CATALOGUE PRICE8  | For Catalogue and Prlco list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  CaAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES  Draft* oa tlie principal cities iu tbe ioUo-nlti* cou_tries Ic&uccl without  delay:  Cub* Macsdonla  XamUm  Xxaaxaam Umn.Wo  Xtimtmlm.  Xmrnrmllm  AmWi WmuMy  amamm  asms it  ���������MlilttM  cufii  Ct.4 4.4A  Cr������t������  -���������tumarti  U������ypt  VfnlknS  Tormomm  Vtmnmm  Omrtnmar  Otmmcm  Holl*n4  lomlmu*  InOUi  m.    ...  ���������A4A4J.  J14.A4WA  Malt*  Manchuria  Manloo  Naw Zealand  Norway  Panama  I1'**!*  l*������ru  I'lillllipliia InUitiJ������  kfolanii  :*.-,.'...������-at  mmm*������*mm:  Kuitla  ���������trvla  81am  Miliaria  Mouth AfrUa  Spain  Slralta Satttamaata  Mwailan  Mwltiarlani  B/rl*  TurUav 0.7  United fitatss  These draft- can bo drawn in ���������tcrlintf, fruncu, mnrka, lire, kronen, yen,  taelo, roublca, etc., occoriilng to the money oi the country in which they  are payable Thle eneblee the payee to obtain tlie exact amount intended.  is~mm,imm   M*nnor*r Ct������4������������tnn Branch  \r%mm-mm**m*    XCb  ti.   Wilt hmfJM      *mmm>m  ANNUAL  EASTERN EXCURSIONS  Special   Rail Faras  in connection with  Trftns-Atlaritle Tickets  Round   trip   rate   from  Creston tp  Montreal, $82.65, to St. John, $90.65.  Dates of 8alev Nov. 7 to Doo. 91, '12  Return limit 5 months from  date of  issue.  Liberal Extension Privileges  For   further   information,   rail and  steamship tickets, apply to local C. F.R.  agent, or write to,  R. Q. McNEILLIE,  Dist. Passenger Agent,  Calgary, Alta.  WATER NOTICE  For Liccnso to Take and U*je Water  Notico is hereby given that Paul  Ofner ot Duck Creek, B. O., will apply  for a license to take and use $ cublo  foot of wator por second, out of a tributary of Duck Creek, which flows in  a westerly direction through Blocks  4 and o, Lot 270, and empties in Duik  Creek near Block G. II., Lob 101. Tho  water will bo diverted at tho south  east corner ot Block 4, Lot 270 and  will be used for domestic purposes on  tho land dosoribed oa Bloek 8, Lot 270.  This notico was poBtod on tho ground  on the lltlii day of Novombor, 1012,  Thu application will bo filed in the  office of Iho water recorder at Nelr-on.  Objections may bo filed with tho said  *mr..i...   t������* ,i,���������   .���������..   a���������ihu   ii.n   ,.���������.������.,  , t   lAKWA        i.A^.A.V4A AAAvA.      , A/A ..AV.A       A'.'V.       C,y.A4|A-  trollt'r   of   watt*"'   i'S|<l)ts,   Pai'llaiiiont  Huik.ii.K'1, Victoi-h", B. O.  Paul Ofuer (Applicant)  Miss Creelman spent Sunday in Kitoh-  ener.  ���������Our new fall shapes in Mens Hats  have arrived.   Creston Mercantile Oo.  Tom Mawson moved hio household  goods into his big new house on Monday.  ���������LADIES, call at our store and  look over our supply of McOalls; patterns just recieved.   S, A. Speers,  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name.    We carry all the leading varieties  most  suited to this district.  Vyiil   aLJ^m.y.JLa.i.l.y    XO   WM,\**A������*te,VA  fc������fcv������yi������  on three-year-old whole roots*  ^  #  ^      For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  ~   *  C. O. Rodgers made a business trip to  Nelson Monday.  ���������-Stanfields underwear at tho Oreston  Mercantile.  Land Notice  Nelson Land Distriot.   Distriot of West  Kootenay  Take notice that Levi Bent of the  Oity of Cranbrook, occupation a laborer,  intends to apply for permission to pur-  obaao th������ following described lands:���������  Oommonolng at a post planted 80 feet  distant in a Weutorly dieootion from the  North Wnst post of Mannorlo's Lot.  Thence North 20 ohnln-i; thonoe West  20 (chains; thence South 20 ohftins;  thence East 80 ohains containing forty  aores more or less.  . Levi Bont,  Applicant.  Dated Ootober 1, 1012.  If you want hay for  Mulching:, we can give  you   baled   hay   at   the  following prices:  On Rociamation  Farm, por ton  At   Mercantile  Store, ton  $7*  SI  ii  K3M  ���������A full line of  guns ,���������nd ammunition at the Metoautlle.  '-  'I  vi  ���������I  I  \%  m  /i  ll  n\  ! ���������*������  ��������� J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C. -#     )  /J  C4  xi  I  n  it  '$��������� 4\  f, f i.  ll  MSI  I      )  ii   \  } f  M-_-������i


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