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Array n  j.*t  ���������������  if A^&JC ffjtm^J^  Jt^  S^.'f.i-talJ.Vt-?'.''  **va  All Rgads 1st fiast .6fed^ West ,Ko6^ha>: Lead to Creston  S ALL THE NBVS|  of the. CRESTON  DISTRICT    ^ |  of  No.  2i, <jth Year,  CRESTON,  B.G -    FRIDAY-  JAN.  *7������.  TOU,  SINGLE COPISS SC.  GOAT CANYON  TO HAVE STATION  MeNEILLIE STATION TO  BE MOVED  Canyon is One of Districts  Beauty Spots-���������Qood  Summer Resort  That a station is soon to be erected at  the Goat River Oanyon ia now an acer-  tained fact and either the station at Erickson or the one at McNtillie siding  will be moved there at once. This will  be a great, convenience for the people of  Oanyon Oity, -who have heretofore had  to go to Erickson or MoNeillie a distance  two or three miles farther in ordar to  -catch the train. It -will also be convenient for the people of ������reston and vicinity who wish to go to the Canyon and  spend the afternoon en its beautifnl  banks, as the east-bound arrives there  abont 12:30 and the train goes west  abont &:30 thus enabling people to enjoy  a cotjpla of hours there.  The Canyon is certainly a beautiful  place and when you once see it the longing to go often lingers with yon, especially in the spring of the year, when  the snow melts on the mountains and  the stormy old Goat i- raging through it  -Jnst asif.it would like to tear away"She  very walls. There are watar sprays  almost fifteen feet high when the raging torrents strike the resistent rooks  aud split into millions of pieces. Farther  in the summer the dowers that are there  *i  to greet-your eyes are some of the most  beantifnl that, nature conld bring forf>h  While fishing in the river for the fam-  .    ->  OUS speckled beauties is the sportsmen**  ^ delight, A more capable place for. a  summer resort conld not be found anywhere in the dbtriot,  Notice  GANYON CITY NOTES  Ohas. Bliss is building & fine large  house, on his ranoh near Poet HiU to replace the one which was burned early in  December. Mr. and Mrs. Bliss hid  charge of the Canyon Oity Lumber  Company's boarding house for about  nine months and had only returned to  their ranoh tbe latter part of October,  Thev were renovating and furnishing it  when the file broke out and destroyed  everything.   Mr. Bliss has just received  a oarload of household   effects which  v  contains a Grand Piano and a oaso of  mounted antlers, presumably for wall  ������  decorations, besides oil paintings, rug*  t  etc.  LOCAL NEWS  Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Kifer went to  Snokaue on Saturday last where Mr.  Eifer had some dental work done.  Mrs. Wm. Whalen and little daughter  have arrived from Cranbrook. Thsy  expect to make this their home. Mr.  Whalen is the lnmber grader at the mill.  Miss Bertrand Knott has gone to take  np her duties as teacher at the Glen  Lily school near Yahk.  Mrs. Davis and daughter of Nelson,  who have been visiting ac the home of  her daughter Mrs. Sheeban, left on  Wednesday last for the Ea_t, being called there by the sadden, serious illness-oi  Mrs. Davis' father, a man eighty-two  years of age... ,-  Mra. Burrits friends are sorry to - hear  that she is still suffering with rheumatism, with which she has been confined  to her home for some time.  The W, O. T. U., held its regular  monthly meeting at the home of Mrs.  Knott on Thursday last.  It is rumored that there is-to be a  ^BuaiB-' celebration .by the Scotch of  this community on the SlOth.  n n   a    oinw a wtwci /���������**������ * ������4Tr������TA4-.4-Ai���������  v. v.  H., uAuAiaA'xua \jjLyrxj.*xtJ.\\J\JfX.  rin-rtD������BATIy*g .TORES.  \jKj-\jrjai  Julius Delhbom of Oopeland, Idaho,  spent a couple of days in town last week  ���������LADIES, call at our store and look  over onr supply ot McOalls patterns just  received.   S. A. Speers.  4  O. J. Wigen of Wynndel was a Creston caller Monday.  i  ���������We have a full line of dancing and  Romeo slippers at the Cash Store.  Mrs. L. H. Mclnnis of Canyon City  was a Oreston caller Saturday.  i  ���������Have your pioture taken while in  Creston.' Studio behind the bank.  ���������LADIES, call at our' store and  look over our supply of McCalis patterns just received.    S. A. Speers������  Miss Grace Lamberton, who has been  visiting her uncle, B. Lamberton, leit  on Saturday last for Oopeland, Idaho.  ���������Five percent discount at the Cash  Store.  Jas. Compton, who bas been spending  several days at "Victoria attending the  Fruit Growers' Convention, returned  Sunday.  ���������Registered Yorkshire White Boar,  Oak Lodge Duke of Agassiz���������86278, bred  by the directorlof the experimental farm  Agassiz, B. C, is for service at Valley  Via w ranch, on Alice Mine Trail, rate $3  J. J.Grady left on Tuesday for a shore  trip to Calgary, Alta.  During the past year, the property of  tbe Creston Power, Light and Telephone Co., has been subjected to muoh  -. ��������� ,..       * '    . i-   ���������  wanton destruction by the boys,  and  other persona of the district;  The guy wires on several of the poles  about town, are used as climbing ropes  and swings, to the detriment ��������� of over  head wires and tho   telephone service  generally.   Hundreds of insulators have  been broken by stone throwing, and in,  ouflyiug districts, tho telephone wire  has been out dowu, aud stolen.  The damage generally to onr proporty  tho past twelve moutliB, Is enriumted in  1700, to say nothing of the interruptioi  of service, aud the consequent Iobk ti  aiibHorlbern.    We take thin nnpnrrnnitj  of wurnlng nil persons concerned thn  the law will bo token every advantap;-  mf, to proteot omwdves nnd onr mibf-eil-  Ibors from tho dimngo and trouble, thnt  bus boon experienced iu tho past,  Tlio Crrcton r.nvor. Light &.  Telephone Co., Ltd,  per TI, Sinclair Bmitl  Miss Anna'Carfra, who has been  spending a couple of weeks with friends  at Moyle in expected to return next  week.        ���������  Mrs. White, who has been spending a  couple months with friend8 and relatives in Ontario is evpeoted home Saturday.  There will bo a concert and dnnoe at  the Oiuyou City Sohool house on the 24  th of January for tlie purpose of scouring fuudB to ivurds buying a furnace for  the new sohoul house. Ladies ������oro ^requested to bring buskots and the gontle-  uon will bo charged ono dollar.  -We pay the freight, and if you are  not satisfied with the values received  from us, we will .pay the freight back  and refund full, amount of your purchase.   O. OS.  ,   .    .   ' ' ma**m*mmmm     ���������>  Ashley Cooper of Wynndel was a  Creston caller Tuesday,  ������������������The C. O. S. of Oranbrook is selling  Iron Beds with mattress and spring _or  $11.        ,;;  Jaokson Bros, real estate company  have just closed a deal with James Keu-  fov the sale of twenty aores of laud at  Canyon City.  R. M. Reid, the well known poultry,  pigeon nud dog lancier, also .O. P. R.  , i  agent at Creston has just become selling  agent for a new breed of animal known  as an ootupns. The young of this animal are know as Ootupi and it is this  species he intends to breed and sell on  request to the public,  Walter Jackson, who has been spending a couple of months with his parents  hnd friends in the Old Country is expected to sail for home on the, 24th.   His  many friends will be glad to see his old  i     i  familiar face in Creston again.  DUCK CREEK NEWS  Monrad Wigen returned from Spokane or. Wednesday last.  O. J, Wigen and Matt .Hagen were  visitors to Creston, Monday.  Sohool reopened on Monday after being closed for three days owing to the  dangerous conditions of the roof.  (Wi  fia.a  II  iL  naann  EEII-0  niiflRIi Or* !h_ilfc  -_v    _���������__��������� ������*o  Paul    Offner returned  Saturday.  from Ftirnie  Dr. Primrose Welis has bad a phone  installed in his office over Fools' Wholesale Liquor Store, the number is 57.  Mrs. R. Dennis of Sirdar was a caller  at Oreston yesterday.  Mrs. O. Adams, who has been spending a couple months in the East returned to Creston yesterday.  $so Reward  The above reward will be given for  the return of i white^ steer.- \y������ years  old and 1 white heifer, \% .-years old.  Bot^'all white except ears which are  red ipside.   Victor Carr.  - <  Wild Rose Lodge  No. 39 Elects Officers  \ The officers of Wild Ross lodge No 89,  Knights of Pythias were duly installed  by R. M/Roid. D. Q. C : E. fl. Gibbs  C. C.; B. W. Tucker. V. O.; G. Brod-  erick, E. R. S.; G. Paoey, M. of A., J.  Hobden, M. of W.; G. A. M. Young,  M. of E.  Card of Thanks  ���������Latest styles .in   photos,  next to Garage.  Studio  The ladies of Canyon City desire to  thank all those who so liberally donated  towards the or gan fund on the evening  of the: Christmas entertainment, Deo.  20.   The amount collected being $28 30.  A most enjoyable evening was spent  by members of the Duck Creek Social  Club on Saturday. W. A. Mason waa  floor manager and gave quite a good  program. His rendition of Harry Lauder's songs, ������������������The Lass of Eillecrenky"  and "I love a Lassy" kept the house  laughing for some tune.  A business meeting of the club was  held Saturday evening, the business being the electing of officers for the year.  A? W. Mason was renominated and F.  J. May nominated for president. Mr.>  Mason was elected on the casting vote  of the chairman. M, Wigen w resigned  his position its treasurer, T. Bntterfield  was re-elected seoretary and was asked  to take over tbe duties of treasurer  which he accepted.  Havo you ever heard a Kazoo band?  If not come to Dnok Creek on Saturday  January, 18. The Duck Creek K2200  band (4 sn'strunieatb) is billed to make  its first public appearance on that date.  A first class program is being arranged  fOrthe^evening by D; Butterfleld who  is to be floor mancger.  F. J. May was a visitor to "Creston,  Wednesday on business. "More in pain  taau in _ or re v.* he left there"���������His bust-  was with the dentist.  Ann���������    XTmm.mm.  Matt Hagen and Miss  were visitors to Creston, Wednesday.  ..__.-  'x  Farewell Party at  The Home of G. Gunn  Mrs. O. O. Rodgers has been on the  sick list the past week.  Mr. McDonald of Onlgary is the new  sohool tciiuhor at Alice Siding in the  placo rooontly vacated by Mr. Dtxtor,  DrotuvC T\ ". II, Wiii*', Gmuil r-hni-  oellor Kntuhr. of Pythias for tho pro-  irlltnn (tf M-iHuli (lolmnltln   ...111  r,/*rt,.l���������ll,.    v  visit Wild Itoso L<'rlgo, No. ������!), K. of P.  Monday J inunry SO b. llopr* to pi 0  every mem    **��������� *���������-������������������"     ", *���������*. vh|h( r,  a. u.  Mrs. Curfra nnd Mrs. Frank Cornell  vern   pol1oitin(t,funds townrdn ^buying  ho now ohuroh organ, at Oroatou: yos-      ������,,.-,-.  Floyd Rodgers was very  ploaiiautl*.  surprised on Saturday ovoulng lust, in  tho Mawson homo.   Thero woro nbcm  Tho dovll Is otton blacker than ho la   nix toon presout and dauoliu aud gain-**  nnlnlod, especially whon bo paints red. v,.     .. . .     . ,  injjnn u, "-"i"-'-'������ -j 1 wer0 4jl(, 0hi0f amusements of tbo ovon-  mm I  Von enn't help everybody, but then   ������ g.   Floyd Is ������xpi>oted to soon lehvo foi  tho fellow who Is Btrlltmg you for a    _  lono doesn't want you to do that l9poknne,   whoro ho is attondlng the  ��������� Gonisnga University.  It In n good tiling to forglvo your*  enetnlo-', but don t let thnt givo thom    u chaufiG to get you again. Mrs (^oain returned Tnosday frnmn  Alwnya work for a good cause, but   /.hit with her son nud daughter, Arthm  ilon'*- li������t It work von. ....  ��������� nun mwh iiiihib i<reiion, 11c jouil itivor.  Tbo man who putn bl������ pride lo hla    pocket oUeii checrt* 11 up by ������oou after  slipping n bit ot coin In wltb It.  On Monday evening of this week n  very jovial orowd ot nbtut 12 young  CrontonttoB gathered at the home of G.  M. Gunn for to spend another evening  of amusement. Tho object of tho crowd  vvuh to givo Hugh Gauu a farewell party nud to also lot him havo a remoni-  uranco of "Yogood old days in Oroston"  wbllo ho is away. Progressive whist  .mil danoing were the principle nmubc-  uieutB indulged iu during the evening.  A High Flier.      r ~>  Committees sit around and chew  The rasr until the air Ib bluo  Anij wonjjgt' hss'9 2nd everywhere.  Prom market farm lo market square,  And to the festive middleman  Tie���������only In their minds���������a can:  Give wholesale nierchants wholesale fits  And tear the drummers' tune to bits,  But In the leeth of foes and friends  Tbe price of living still ascends.  The chairman through his battered hat  Talks learnedly ot this and that,  Examlnoa causes that are not  Important factors in the plot,  Gets gay with those who only mako ���������.  Such profits ns they welt can take.  Scores every trust, both ffreat and small.  Out of tho railroads takes- a fall,  But still the coal ot what we buy  Goes erayly climbing toward the Hky.  The preacher from his pulpit cries  Against th������ wrong ns prices rise.  The statesman ot It takes a glim  And says K'b much too deep Tor him,  Tho writer In the dally press  With all tho others takes a uuesu,  The fellow Iri tho corner atoro .  On this llvo topic takes tbo floor,  But nptto ot all Iho rago and fuss  The price Is still tho sign ot plus.  In congress. In the lecture clasB,  At Htntlons wliero the milk trains pass,  Upon, tho whizzing irollcy car.  In every village, near and far,  Tho toplo is. without a friend.  DIscurhi**'1 and cussed from end to end.  And no one knows the reason why.  They only know that whon they buy  Their groceries they hnvo to pay  More than It cost ihem yosterday.  Oh. riddle, cannot sngo or clown  Tho unswor guoBB and call you downf  Annual Report Read*-_>el������  legates to Fort Steele  Appointed  At the Annual meeting of the Oreston  Board of Trade, Secretary-Treasurer P.  B. Fowler read his annual report whioh  Hhowed the excellent work done during  the past year ior the town of Creston  and the fruit ranchers in the whole  Cieston district. The election of officers and delegates for the affiliiated  Boards of Trade, which meet at Fort  Steele, was then dealt with. Ohas. O.  Rodgers was again eie-ted president of  the Board; Guy Lowenberg vice-presi.  dent and P. B. Fowler secretary-treasurer. The executive are: S. A. Speers,  H. S. McCreath," B. S. Bevan, W. V.  Jackson, James Compton and F. Oal*  lander. G. Lowenberg and R. S. Bevan were .appointed delegates to the  meeting of the affiliated boards of  trade in Fort Steele.  -1  'BEBaVB  ItB      111   !!_���������&- ili  nB-     **���������-__��������������������������������������������� sSf  s!_aieirlilirss   sbs   ���������__-_ _isgss  ���������WVBID8  SSBiI_l-    IV    IIULUUII  ilining    Industries   Pro������  prressiisg in" Siociin  "* * r ��������� " ���������-t ~r--     *"^*'~ ,*_   "I-'*���������**-���������<,   ���������* -������.  District       v  ..Charles Moore, who has been spending a tew days in Three Forks and Slocan the past week reports much snow  on the mountains there. He also says  that the climate of Creston is very mild  as compared to that of Kelson and  Three Forks, fur when ha was there the  thermometer registered from fifteen to  twenty degrees below zero, while here  in Creston it had only registered eero.  He.statcs top that the miulug industry  of Slocan and Silver tou seem to be picking.up vory rapidly aud niuch work is  being done thero at present,  It is predicted by the people of that  community that on account of the heavy snowfall in tho mouutains there will  be very -ijrh water in the spring.  TE  ELECTS OFFICERS  Til-     I       Mm     I A      , ,���������,    J|||1LM  J. Hayden Elected Pres.���������  I   J. A. Lidgate Reelected  Sec-Treas.  iUU    UiUU    VI UU    IO    lUtt'j-,    "U    IrMjMVMw*  ��������� ������.������. ,������*,  ������.������'������   ^tf   S.m   mmmmiXm   mm. &tmMS,tm.m  H.-   r--���������   .,. mmmrnm   mmmmmf^,.    ��������� ijff I  A mixxm.mm  The Grass Hopper club aro bnldtniv  their Hooond danoo on Monday night.  Jennnrv PAkh  No mnn la oh good as lio thinks bs  In nor iih biul oh ho would llko to ne.  We nro n long time iPiiminK the art  inf living and sometimes mlsa It altogether, but dying Just eccuia to como  naturally.  TTnpo mprlngs eternal. It Is true, but  sometimes It falls to score a good record.  Tho world Is olwaya looking for  something to Inngb nt That's wliy It  uotlceti n lot of uu,  A lover has tho flympnthy of most           ...      . ...,. .���������������.������- ...  I   |41.'A<l,lii  *   Imm   X.  llll.        4 111..     ������.������    4������UtS o  1.1m  Could Count It All Up.  "Well, how do you llvo anyway���������?*<  *M flrst lived on pntrlmony."  ������������������Huh I"  "Then, as you know, on matrimony."  "Wei IV  "And now 1 am  -llilukliig ot trying  alimony." .    vl,.;  Unapprecltttod.       'V'^?  "I hnvo a good suggestion."  "Let mo toll you wbat to do with  IL"  ���������'Co ahead."  "Curry It out and shut tho door after  you."  Delected.  *'IIn hasn't tlie courage of his con.  vlctlon."  "Wlioi"  ���������"I*!...    *4UiftWT   ������������h*������   trr\r   n    Uf**.   S**t-  I fence."  Tho nnnual meeting or ,tho Oreston  Farmern' lustltuto was held in the Auditorium ou Friday Inst, January 10th,  with president W. A. Poaso in the chair  Vftcr a few brief business dlsoosslons *  the following oilloers were olootod for  tbo cirrout year;  Pjosldout, J. Hayden; Vioepresident*,  J. A. MoMahon; Directors-!'. M. Ed-  mondson, W. S. Watson, G. Hobden, J.  Spratt and J. Goodwin; Seo.-Trens., J.  A. Lldgnto: Auditors, J. Bhnco and B.  -Ai4U4A4������t,y. 0*'u i,nt- ������������������jiiuura nro now ox������  oi^pt, aT. A. Lidgate, who wo* r������ elected.  Dlsousslona os to what stops to take  during tho ouanlug year vom*m _r^*t*;h_  up but no definte mlans wi*-m ���������������>���������*������..  ;J  **mmmmum  ���������swMwa���������immhi.i  use  iiiwuiMWiiwiiw-^i^iiiMiiMMiiiiiMw^t tmi>xmimimm*mmm*m..)m  gym CRESTON    REVIEW.    CRESTON.    B. C.  -,*;  ��������� t_  SOURCE OP THE CONGO  are under double strain-  strength to live and learn and  strength to grow���������they must  have nourishment���������not overloaded stomachs, "but concentrated nutriment to aid  nature during the growing  period.  The wonderful record of  Scott's Emulsion,as a bodybuilder has been proved for  three generations. It strengthens _  the bones, muscles and sinews; g  builds the body,  creates energy.  imd vigor; prevents and relieves  colds and fortifies the lungs.  Millions of delicate and undeveloped children have been  made strong, sturdy and hearty  with Seoii's Emulsion*  Insist on having SCOTTS.  German   Explorer    Says    It    Is    the  Large.it t-'Uv-r Iri Africa  B-rlln, Germany.���������Lieut. Graetz  tbe German officer who In 1909 traversed Africa in a motorcar and than  "undertook To "cross the continent' in  a motorboat, sends the following 1613-  gram from Sakania. in the Belgian  Congo:  "By the first voyage along the entire river course from source to mouth  Ihave proved the Zambesi river, in  northern Rhodesia, to be tbe source  of the Congo. This definitely estah  lishes that the Congo is the longest  river in Africa.  We have reaehed the Katanga by  motorboat from both the east and the  west coasts, thus completing th������ trip  across Africa, which also included an  observation trip through the New  Kameruit.  Lieutenant Graetz announces his in  tentlon to organize an Anglo-German  airship expadltio:. for the exploration  of New Guinea.  j  $200,000  VANISHES  FROM   BANK  i Ingenious Scheme of Swindling    Con*  trived by  Manager Now iri;  Custody  CoiastipaiiO-i  al  Willie, said the teacher. Is there  ������ny difference Letween the words 'sufficient.' and 'enough V '  Yes, ma'am, replied Willie. "SufG-  "Cient," is when mamma thinks you  -.ave eaten enough pie. and 'enough'  ���������Is when I thin_. I have eaten suflQ>  ���������dent.  HEADACHES  Stomach  Bad, no Appetite/Was Los  ing  ItS^CS  ������������Mf>')  i w n jj *  ���������*iinarri_   Liniment   Cures  Cows  Garget  Wonderful Change When Health Was  Restored by  DR. CHASE'S  NERVE FOOD  ..     .    c_ ���������A. 4���������     A      f*.fmm\tr.t.r\m      ��������� Till     TirAI"     JI  neauacu*}  is  **.  o. iu,.vv". ������...-   -  disease in itself. It acts as a danger  signal to warn you of serious trouble.  By reading Mr Donneral's letter  you will be satisfied that there is no  treatment to he compared to Dr.  Chase's  Nerve  Food  us, a   means   tt  Consternation Is caused in Finnish  j financial world by what would-seem to  be the greatest swindle eveiv perp*������-  trated in the commercial history of  Finland. The affair has for the mv  inent eclipsed the all-absorbing anx-,  iety and eagerness with which the developments, in the political feud with  the Russian government are followed.  M. Nils Id man, manager of th������*  Tammerfors branch of the local For  enings Ban-en, was suddenly detained a few days ago by the police upon  orders received from the head office,  and after arrest the safe of the  branch under Idman's charge was  opened, but it was found to be empty,  although it should have contained, according to the books, securities for to,  the amount of $210,000.  Idman had devised an ingenious  scheme. When customers were  granted loans against good securities  the latter were of course, deposited  in the safe; but Idman abstracted  them soon afterward and obtained,  loans on them on his own account  from banks. His hank will have to  make good all the losses, the total  amount of which is stated to be something between $1,000,000 and $2,500.  000. ineiudln_ all the dishonest deals  with private people.  Wholesale Forgery  Books and cheeks have been forged  and  months  may elapse, until  every-.  thing is cleared. If this can ever h** j  done.      The number    of   firms    and  wealthy   private   persons   who   havt?  been partially or totally ruined la stated to be about 200.  An elderly widow  was left by her j  husband $200,000.      Idman took over !  the charge of the money? three years  ago, and has actually never given any  receipts for it, so strong was the bg-  ii.af !������ himYhat t^ose ^'"'cnments wer^  never asked for.     There Is not a pen- ,  ny left    for    the poor woman,    wha  0 years of age, and friends have  ;-VanisEes Forever  Prompt AA?fi&sf---Fe?man-ai.CS-re  CARTER'S UTTJLE  LIVER PILLS i  (ail.   Purely vegd  able���������act surely  but gently o  the fiver.  Stop after  -iuuer  ���������44������A.������m  cuieindi- _ %  gestioa���������imp-rove ins co_iple-i-��������������� bdgKlea  Use eyes. Small PSl, Small Base, Small Price  Genuine must bear Signature  Smart  Boy  One evening, after returning'"from,  school, little Willie rushed into the  grocery store where hlB mother buys  things, and -aid to the grocer:  Eleven pounds of coffee at 25 cents,  eight pounds of tea at 30 cents, and  10 noun '"i ���������'������������������*'p"i"-?ar Pt 6 c^nt-**.*- --How  much will that be altogether?  Five dollars and seventy-five cents,  replied the grocer.  Are you quite sure?  Of.-, course rm?sUre.  All right. Thanks. That's my  arithmetic  iesson   for  to-morrow.  And  Willie  fled.  K.-.i  ,    ,. i    j   and indigestion.                     .,. .  ,  In ten years  Canada bas received       Mr     Charles   Donneral.   Klemhmg.  1,700.000 new settlers. 0nt   * writes: "I wish to communicate   ������������������ ������      ^u the gr3at cure wllich I recelv-  State-AId for Athletes I ed from Dr. Chase's Nerve Food . b or  Copenhagen.���������One   of   the   leading jover two years I suffered from j^*^*  iunase's Nerve ������������^ *������'* *^~";,n'; is 80 years of age, and friends have  jbuLdmg up the system and������������������*"J������ secured'aer a place in a home, which  Ithe cause of headaches. _leepiessne���������_        nothing but a    bettei-class    work-  house  A director named Snellman, who  had charge cf the Nordiska Bank, the  second in importance in Tammerfors,  committed suicide two days after Id-  man's arrest.      Though that bank is i  T took ��������� stated to be untouched by the fall of  athletic clubs in Sweden have asked ] headaches, my  appetite was  the Swedisn parliament to make tham; poor, and the stomach bad. . ������---������ldman> M eaellman's personal loss  an annual grant of $27,500 in. ordar j Tn.dicines from P^>"sie'aIlsv0^uJ:��������� "{^ lis reported to be $50,000. He had  that they may be able to repeat the'*" ' h*-**,daches nprsisted, ana l was raie1** iv,se:i induced to hand over to Idman  ^successes at the Olympic games this  year.  fre_ trnra them.  Readies  about  Dr.   Chase's   Ner**e  Food I besTMi usin-x it. with little idea  i tbat I would be be-ie-ted.      I bad be- )  | securities for $20,000  Two girl  cashiers are also in custody.      It is the habit of practically  ������TOme\MV_iawea_t.but_tbeven;flr?tyaW tbe Finnish banks to employ wo-  Payment In Kind  -Berlin    Germany ��������� Rudolph   Baum- ' come tain ana w-n. MUV*W "%u?;���������;,_! I men cashiers.      The two women con  gaertner, a re^Snt-Sepefat Frl& j *ox   *eJjf* Sve b'etn cu^ and������fV5 f'���������������������* ami* '^n *?* ^ *S������gSS5  riebskook. bought 4000 pounds of cab- j *r*at���������eni.LhaI,e,n ^ thJ!    hfiV,j,-*chea ?of numerous irregularities committed  bage from a farmer, the price being j !;���������* *d*������anneared. *���������x appetite is srood  -a rabbit stew and as large a quantity \^'%?lV������.*r^Ve'l^t       *      ^   "  of grog as the farmer could drink with- j ^ef?SoSe    thi    other  by  Idman.  who  seems  to  have  exer-  1 writ*, this j c-sea  out becoming intoxicated.  r  A-I,   *~-  -non.   lux  SOWS BQVEB  -_-B-_3  and get satisfaction  sufferers  from headache miy use Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food and be cured."  "Dr. "base's Nerve food. 5<ic. a bo*:.  i> for $2.50. at all driers or Edmansoa  Bates   &   Co.,   Limited.  extraordinary     influence     ovsr  (them.  j    Even the State Bank of Finland has-  j not escaped being dragged, in a way.  I into this regrettable tangle.  RINCESS RENOUNCES HER TITLE  Th������������ smallest oirctric dvnJi-mo 'n tbe  world   was   exhibited  recpntly  before  i tne F-reneVi  Acad em v of Science,  small   is  this   dynamo   that   its  So  base  i  would not occuny a"  the space en  Canadian ten cent piece.  Minard's Liniment Cures  Diphtheria-  KIDNEY TROUBLE  all Uric Add Dlneanna, including Kidney Trouble, Bladder Stones Gall  Stones, Gravel and Lumbago are rapidly relieved and permanently cured  by SANOT-. A r^mpirtv that has an  enviable reputation throughout Canada. We will Bend lettera from  ecorofl of ppoplo. who have been cured  of one or more of throe uumpUilntv.  by  8ANOL  Write for full Information.  Price Si.50 "Pur HoiU������ At all tending  DruKjflatw.  THE  8ANOL   IWFG.   CO.,  LTO.  WINNIPEG.   MANITOBA  Another Dog  Griggs���������Lost money in that stock  deal, did you? Say, let me give you  a pointer.  Brlggs���������No, you don't. No more  pointers for me. What I'm looking  for cow is a retriever.  Its Virtue Cannot be Described.���������  No one can explain the subtle power  that Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil possesses. The originator was himselt surprised by the wonderful qualities that I  his compound possessed. That he '  was the benefactor of humanity "s  shown by the myriads that rise in  pralae ot this wonderful Oil, So familiar ls everyone with it that it is  prized aa a household medicine everywhere .  ,__  _p-������  m\m\mt m* _���������!"���������_���������___ PW".  fi _ is_a.S5--aB  Guarasrfcee  OF PROFITS GIVEN  ON INVESTMENTS  MADE     V/ITH       US  1  Preferred the Healthy Kind  Do  you  wish   cured  bacon?  asked  the butcher of the young hrlde.  Well, no, she answered;  I'd rather  have some that has never been ill.  STEWART & WALKER,  LTD.  Sterling Bank Bldg , Winnipeg.  Phones,   Main  4817, 4818  EDUCATION PAYS  ���������Look abou-*. you and no* liow trained  tirainii win bcucr aal^rlcti tbau train*  ������d muscles. We train young men  and wonum to uso thoir brains in bus-  1m������*<������h .       Thoy Hiicrftml. Why    not  you?      We Invito you to write tor a  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen.���������Last winter I received  great benefit from the use ot MIN-  ARD'R LINIMENT in a severe attack  of LaGrlppo, nnd I have frequently  proved It to be very effective in cases  of Inflam cnation.  Yours,  W. A. HUTCHINSON  Racing Man Kicked to Death  Poria.���������M.   de   Vannolso   who   ro-  o.nu'v  owned  a  riiclng stnble at St.  Murs-lC'Bruycrc, was killed in u cur-  First   Instance    in     Which     Austrian  Archduchess   Marries   Beneath  Her Rank  An Austrian archduchess now desires to renounce her rights and titles  to marry a yeung naval officer caused  some surprise in Vienna recently, as  this was the first instance in the history of the House of Hapsburg in  which an archduchess bas wished to  marry beneath her rank, although numerous instances of archduke renouncing family rights for the sake of women of humble birth have occurred.  The Archduchess Bleonore, eldest  daughter of the Archduke Karl Steph-  an. has become engaged to Lieutenant  Alfons von Kloss. It was during a  cruise that she met ber future hut*-  bu.nu, who was ir, charge of the ya^h*".  Revansko, belonging to the _rchduch-  ess' father. The young pair became  attached, and the Archduchess Elen-  ore caused her parents great displeasure by refusing Beveral matches, until, some time ago, they accldentall-y  discovered the reason.  Finally, seeing that she had fully  decided to carry out her project, they  gave their consent to the match, while  the emperor, who Invariably favors  love matches, also gave his consent at  a special audience to the archduke,  who earnestly pleaded on behalf of his  daughter. The archduchess, who  wi'l be known as Frau von Kloss, will  have no claim on the revenues of the  Imperial house, but the emporor may  follow his nana; cuBtom of making  some special provision for the young  pair, and raise them ln rank.  TOWN   TERRORIZED   BY  SPOOK  A Cure for Rheumatism.��������� A patnf'il  and persistent form of rheumatism w  caused by impurities in the blood, ths  result of defective action of the llvor  and kidneys. The blood becomes  tainted by the Introduction of-'uric  acid, which caii'iei much pain in tue  tissues and in the joints. Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills art known to have effected many remarkable cures, and  their use Is strongly recommended.- .\  trial of them will convince anyone of  tbsir value. ' ;  Why H*   Wanted ���������������  Arthur's mother sent him to the  hardware store to buy a thermometer.  He stated his wants to the salesman'.  Did your mother say what size you  were to get? asked the salesman.  Why, leplied the boy, ?Just give me  TW8 riiiiei-H- un tiuitf  TO CUR--COLD  When you begin to sniff and feel a  burning sensation in the nasal passages,  J?JT._'V^leE_'i_t!_JdiSS-H^t'u*oa "- >'OUf  throat starts you coughing, the Sr_t-  important tbimr ia to act at once. It's  the neglucted cold that becomes trouble-,  some and dangerous.  Tlie second important thing to do is  to take Na-Dru-Co Syrup of Linseed,  Licorice and Chlorodyne, and keep it up  till tlie cold disappears entirely.  Na-Dru-Co Syrup of Linseed, Licorice  and Chlorodyne is aboolutely free from  harmful drugs, and can safely be given  even to?, moderately young children.  It is pleasant tasting and quick acting,  promptly relieving lhe irritation of the  throat and nostrils, loosening the  mucus, promoting expectoration, end  checking tbe cold.  Your druggist has Na-Dru-Co.Syrup  of Linseed, Licoiice and Chlorodyne in  25c. ami 50c bottles, or can quickly get  it for you. Compounded by the National  Drug aud Chemical Co, of Canada,  Limited. 315  tbo   biggeat   one   you've   got.  You  see, it's to warm my bedroom with.  Clock 'Without, a Sprigs  A unique timepiece    has    recently  been invented  by Eugene Walser, a  watchmaker in Los Angeles.      Four  years of work has perfected a clock  which keeps accurate    time,    but   is  without a spring In its makeup.    The  motive power is gained by -the clock  rolling down an incline, regulated by  a wonderful arrangement of weights  on the inside of the clock.     There is  no winding to be done, but every 30  days the clock is lifted to the top of  the Incline and begins to slide downward .    The dial  does    not * revolve  with the case, but remains as an ordinary dial with the _gureY12 at the  top.     The Incline is of polished wood,  sixteen inches long,    with   an    8 1-3  per cent grade.    There is no relation  between the wood and the clock;  it  is simply a matter of properly adjusted weights which move the bands.and  control tbe downward motion of the  timepiece.  The One  Ideal Gift  Insist ob  this  trademark  ���������n all your  record*  TrademacW-  for all the family  lor all the year  around is a  Columbia Graf onola  Ask your nearest Columbia  dealer to play you the specia  Xmas Columbia Records. (Fit  any machine.)  _������-l���������___;_    7������1 = _1      _i ._  %,GaUu-_i<-   S UvUQgraf}-.    WuipwUJ  McKinnon  Building, Toronto. O1M.  Territory Open to Dealers  Certainly it Did  Did your watch stop when it dropped on the floor? asked one man of  his friend.  Sure, was the answer. Did you think  it would go through? .  No ship is allowed.to pass through  the Suez Canal without a searchlight  of a specified type.  A Resemblance  Your husband says he leads a dog's  life, said one woman.  Yes, it's very similar, answered tbe  other. He comes in with muddy  feet, makes himselt comfortable by  the Are and waits to be fed.  Absent Minded  Smalley is an absent-minded fellow,  said Bilkes.      When-he was engaged*-  to Mrs. S. he asked her to go to tbe  opera with blm one night and bought  only .one seat.       Ke explained it to -  her by saying he was so used to occupying a single chair with her that  he didn't think.  It Is said 25,844,000 bubbles can be  made from a pouud of soap.     Try U.  ���������     What Was the Use  Haven't found your dog yet, I hear?  asked Smi-h of his neighbor Jones.  No, answered Jones ruefully..  Well,  have  you  advertised?  asked  ��������� AAllWA,  What's the use? said Jones, the dog  can't read.  Walks After Meals  Lady of  the  House���������What  caused  you to become a tramp?  ���������  Ragged Rogers���������The family physic-  Ian, mum. He advised -me tc take  long walks after me meals, an' I've  been walking after 'em ever since.  How did you get .along when you  told your father of our engagement?  asked the timid young man.  Oh, dear, she ansT-^red. it was  dreadful. I'm so asaamed of papa.  I don't believe he has a heart.  Was he unfavorable?  That's no name for it. When I  talked to him about our living on lovo  in a cottage on seven dollars a week,  I couldn't make him listen to reason  at all.  They have a true  safety  base  head,   with   silent -   tip.     Will  never  explode   if  Stepped   on.  Eddy's  Matohes  have  satisfied Can*  adieus since 1861���������accept ne ethers.  The ������. B. Eddy Company, HmM? Canada  %  INSIST ON - GETTING u EDDY'S "  W^fefeo&f^Si*   Wood  Psdls  and  Fibye Pails and Tubs.  Tubs.  ::���������.������������������������  Ml ir���������|  s ������������������;���������>:  copy of our curriculum it you want aj jinla maun or in tho little railway uta-  ���������good training for a butJinebu ollico or , i-on 0f pont-de-Goiuios, wnero Ho had  wish to become n ���������coin'Mi-U'iit telegraph | ,,onf, l0 fetch a racohours- which had  operator.     Wrlto W. II. Shaw, ProBl-   ,]<;(.n Hent to him from Boulogne.  deut,   Shaw'j   ochooL,   Toronto.   Can  ;     ^j _   &a  Vuuuoiso  was  -.hulling Into  ida.  Germany In  r-0     I'll'*      ,'  th������  f A  fir:.**  seven rni.i'.t'".  ���������trt (i/in 4-14.c.    ������...,.��������� -i   ;  tttl_mcnt clf'ctrlc lanipn.  _>r. Morse's  S������-i������-iaKi   Root   Pills  are hist tl"** *rtr������������Sl* ���������mi'rlirin'* for ilie  children. When they are fonr.tipaird  ������������������when their ki<ln������:y������ are out o( order  ���������������/h������*n ovt-r-iniliilentce in wuiic  JTavoriu* fomd giveu I hem iiHli^.e;.iioii  ���������Or. Mj.rjie'a Indian Hot 1'ills v/ill  **jiiirkly nnd nurrly fmt tliern rii-iu.  It'iirely vi'^efab^, inry nrithi-r ticUm,  %wkcrior I'.ripiJ', li Iff harsh purf.'itivi-i.  Guard   your   children'-*   health   by  to  tlio box, which wub on a siding, when  two or tliruo trucks cumo Into collision with It.  Tho door of the box  cloned on M.  Ut*    V iiiiiiuiiii. .1   i.v^Ciw   U.j   *i..   ���������>���������,.���������.-..-   ������:.w..i.^o  out to Kfi.' what wriii the matter, and  ; Hi _ i'ri|.',hiiiiu*il hortio iua-ido kicked  ; luni  to ili'.il.h.  1 filrl  Borfllnr'u Mlehnp  1     I'urlH.  -A   during youiu;   Klrl   burg-  ! !:tr who roblicd a 1'arl.s  lohacco hhop  ��������� f..ut c:;eapiiir, hy Mus roof when fihe pur.  j her foot through tho kitchen skylight.  1 'i in* fdii't h.iw lmr feot anneai t.hron^ii  I Um I'.'itiitt :iik1 iwiiL for ihe police' who  ! reached the i-.lrl hy mean!1, of.a luddvr  'and   tonic  her  10 the  iio'len  utittioii.  .tllwayt Ktt:|iiiiAi .a aaija ....  .'.. ..  TI,  nmmf*   th._    CHIl������lr������s-   "Woll  W.   N.   U.   033  j Tht Cnuire of It  I      ���������'-���������'*���������������    Touwi'li'ht   wan eoiiHiiltlni' I lit-*  I phyHlcluu.  * our   iiiiiinii-,  h.im   in',  t.i.i-iii.t   id  un  dm' lo an <*x(:<;hh of ikIIiioho IIhhui'.  (iriudoiiM me, replied the t'ooil  hid v.  I   v.'i.iiijer if that   Im   u'hnt   main.'.')   m.������  I go dreadfully fat?  Chases  Hanleso    Pedestrians    Along  Road In Early Hours of  Morning  Cardiff.���������A spirit opector .a  causing a reign of terror ln tho town  of Abergele, midway between Ilhylo  and Colwyn Mny  Tho ghost makea Ub nppcaranco al������  most, directly oppoolts Glan Aber, tha  rcnlderire of Mr. KneoBhnw, a lneal  J.P., nnd near tbo oastorn entrnnce  of iho park that surrounds Gwrycti  castle, the Welsh float of the earl mil  countess Dundonald.  Tt In n honnloBS mont*ter, and pai'-  ados the ppaco between tho gateway  on ono shlo of tho road to tho gateway oppoalte, gonorally ln tho oat-ly  innrnlnr*.  Ahnre-elr. man on tbelr way to work,  nt.  JjInndiluhiH  iuiiowoikh  report  mat 1  ihey  are  chnsicd  nlmont flnlly by tho  spooler but up to now no cnsualtlOH )  have occurred.  One of tlio men 11 laboror. rmmad  John ltunh. wnn terribly Beared hy a  weird nolso that nnnin from a tr.w  ������*ln*telilng 'ibovo the road.' TTo took  to lilt- iier-Hi, pin! ���������u'Oliiiv a fcllnw-wnrl:  nrm front shouted fnintlcnlly for  heli). The nerond mnn did not v.*-.1  eoi'iil'/o 1 uo vn'.eu una no 111 iiuh imii  In tenor.  The rond lf'ilng loward Tan-y-ilon-  pn, loenlly Unn-.-n nm Tjovers' Inn**, purh.  en through the dnnirer rnn". Thlrt one.t  favorite  hnunt   l������   now deaertcd. and  III V li-UIHK I II-,   1  >M.|.I.  ������������������   r,������ ''���������'   .  ' Ijondon.���������*j\n egg hfillor mmlo hy  r,oinei*v, mnde of So>/rci* poreelaln hi  17C������'. w'ir, nob! for $1-i7r. nt ("hrlHtlo'i*  1'iicontly.  ������������������*������.  Turn  idle hours into  concrete fence posts \|  1  EVERY farmer finds himself now and then with a few idle  hours in which both himself and his help must look for "odd  iobs" to keep them busy. Ucc these hours to make concrete  fence posts, You can make a tew at a, time, &ioanu them until nccjcel. Then  when you want a fence in the new field, your posts���������evcrlastine;, concrete posts���������  are nil ready to use. The making of fence posts,is only one of scores of evcry-day  uses for concrete on the farm described in the book,  "What The Farmer Can Do With Concrete"  NOTE���������This 160 page book will he nciii tuynu fico upon renue.'.t. Yo������j do not !hv** to n^rrtt  to use cement or place your-elf under any other ohllijation. Just tend uo your uume  nml nililrrmi.     Adilrms.  Publl-Uy Manuc^r  Canada Cetnent Coimpany Limitedi  HERALD BUILDING. MONTREAL  MW  0Z& "=_w  *  POUTlAMD  4^' [." .immmmmmumt mm,  -fefiANA!^  !!_*g;g_!g^^  b:_-  -rirrrwisr ../s,f hnv 0>mm*nt. r*m*mb������r that tlw fitrmffs of Canada  VV tiavtfound that "Canada" Cement ia beat. Look for the label on  ttvery ba������ and bartrm..  ������������������'���������si  #  IjW-.  I.r.������]  ������������������'il'  'Tn  *mt.,.  tfxa^mm  tixamtu  ^���������^im^m^-^^'mm  ���������^r, ;��������� j^W������|^fciU|  K____-_ai THE    CRESTON    BEVIEW.    CBESTON,    B. C  -V)  -J_  Xff  *  ���������SV3-  I  P_-  **  0  H-  *9P  H  EC  s.  I'd  ,5ff  sa-  it  I  mr  <���������������  ���������*.':���������  'M  RCEtPOST  THE. GOVERNMENT WILL ASK FOR  4   LEGISLATION  CHANGES IN BANK ACT  Sir    Edmund    Walker    Thinks    that  ' Loans to Farmers by  Banks on  Stock ahd Grain WIII Help  Toronto.���������Sir iMiniucd Walker said  POWERS TO INTERVENE  i.-  PEACE  DELEGATES    FAIL  REACH AGREEMENT  TO  When Parliament Resumes Legisla-"\ ti.atTthe-ewTanKlicr^viU have greit 'Subject is Receiving the Attention ot  tlon . Will Probably be Introduced influence In encouraging the farmers the Powers, says Sir Edward Grey  for a  Parcel  Post System   in Can- i to diversify their crops. ���������Discussion    Over    Annexation of  ,ada���������If New Plan  is" Carried, &ys- '    The"������ ha������ bee? cooa^alnt for a Ions      Aegean Islands by Greece.  London.���������Sir Edward Grey, the  3ritish secretary for foreign affairs,  made this statement in the house of  commons regarding the possibility of  intervention by the powers, should  the peace plenlpotentarles fail Lo  reach an agreement:  This' subjec*. is in 'course of receiving the attention of the powers, but I  tern Will not be -.tteet-.e n-r *_ome ' JJ���������^ h������ aai?', fhat Canadian agrlcui-  / ! turists are making the mistake of cou-  T"T,e* fining their operations to the raising  Ottawa,  Oat.���������-Though  no    official .of grain; wheat in particular.    If tho  imi>l'jjuaia.im jia ioriuc-_-j__ uu the &uo  ject, it is unuetoiouu iuu.-. wU-_. rai-  liameut re&u-:.ea legislation will ue  Sutroaueea iui* me ,-eoi.ttOUbnineut oi _  parcels post gy_uun in i_a._u.UA. W-uo  the system will be mouoiieu on tne  Britten ������*ybte._., it Will show tuls urner-  ence: that while a fiat rate is charged  111 Grea- Britain there will be varying rates in the Dominion.  - At the present time tne details of  the plans for the system and a tenia'  authorized to loan upon cattle, as weil  as grain, and  when  It becomes law,  ��������� k���������-~ ---���������-������������������-.- ........ .any man with a good reputation shonli  tlve map dividing the Dominion into! be able io borrow money upon h*3  zones for parcels post purposes are 'herds and pay back when they are  before   ihe   Postmaster   General   for' sold  season is bad for grain, everybody  loses and the general prosperity of the  country .suffers.  -'armers have been urged   to   take  up cattle raising and the usual excuse  has been that they had not the capl- cannot" make any public 'sTatement as  tal to enable them to wait two o> lto theIr yls,yg find decislons exeept  three years for returns Unaer the such ag man be mad b common  act   recently   introduced,   banks   are | Cvinsent,  consideration.  Preparation- wiii b������j made for. local  zones, such -is a city and its environs,  and lor Jive general zones. The general zones will be: 1, the Maritime  Provinces; 2, Quebec; 3, Ontario; 4,  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta;  5, British Columbia. The Yukon  will not likely be Included within the  scope of the system. No decision  has yet been reached by the post o**  ���������flee department as to the rates to be  Charged within the several zones or  between different zones.  It ls not .very likely that ihe proposed system will be put into operation immediately after tbe passing  ot the legislation. Indeed, at least  Six months will be allowed to elapse  by the Government before putting the  system into effect, and it will not be  surprising if the Inauguration is delayed until tbe first day of 1914. A  <���������ourse similar to this was followed in  She tease of the Bourne law, by which  a parcels post system has just been  establisLed ia the United States. That  in,w was passed Last summer, hut did  not go into effect until the New Year,  a* It was felt that the tremendous  Christmas - business might he too  heavy for the newly created system,  which would necessarily require some  t!sj������ to get into first class working  order. ���������  It had been qu.lte generally understood that special legislation was not  necessary to bring about tbe  estab  Tl%e effect will undoubtedly be a  great increase in the cattle raising  industry of the West. With the grazing industry flourishing the railways  will hav** cprBoec of s*o**k to carr"'  throughout the year and there shouij  be a lessening of the congestion which  exists at present during the crop  moving period.  From all I hear. I am sure that th*1  new amendment has been receive!  with enthusiasm bv the farmers and  fher������ )q no doubt that thousands wi*  h������ eflad *to? take nd vantage of Its pro-  Vi?"i������s  wrifti it  u������C:cj~t".Fs a law. i'  Thp ban^s, of conrs������������, arf������ usually ?  not *>ae<r* to make l"n������ia which will!  ntTi for so Inn? a period as those nn-  "ti ������rto"'ir. "���������"'t tho forniprs nro w������������l  romo vti(-.*o���������|p-**������ ftTtd will ���������������n.donr*.*l'afl]v  rpppitro pvftw, AnAwitragement- to develop  ���������T.o'f T������-r)T,pr+lf������o p  Aff-4*"   pll.   pfrr-ifii-t HtH-fi   {���������   ff,0   foMI'^rt  +1������iti   r\*   fii?*- y\vrx^.Yie>mtfv   Sfli?   ST."   TTSfiSR-  ,,..<-> f"Ho;f   f������f.*,cj tiH������  fmy.mnt.rn, wtTT  T������/\f  rtri'v  t-iymiA   fn   ilprrP'.oP  f*10  rnef. pf fr������/>d.   hl'f  Tf-*ti  "A*  t0, ���������it*,  wncrni wealth and  nrOaress oftht> nation.  The Balkan delegates wen* unofficially Informed that the ambassadors  at Constantinople were continuing to  exert pressure on the Porte in order  to find the bes1 way to come to terms  with the Balkan States. Some difficulties are being met with at the  ambassadorial' conference in London,  and the Question of ths frontiers of  Albania has been abandoned for the  moment, as it has been found impos- J growth.  Alberta  on     Sound  Municipalities  Basle  Lethbridge.  Alta.-r-Despite    assertions as to a quiet 1912, actual figure  covering building permits, hs.sk clearings, cu-toms receipts and municipal  improvements indicate substantial development and    progress    comparing |  favorably with tbat of any 'section of j  the West.    As stated by a woii-inform-  ed observer   of   local'  conditions ^in  Lethbridge, the city's growth has beeu  steady and without any   fire   work*  This authority says further: Of course  we can show nothing like the rapid  ln the carrying. Some strength has  also beeu provided by the uuuertai-,  condition of European politics. In  spite of all however, prices in me U.  S. speculative markets at today's  ciose only show %c. to fyc. higner  than a week ago and in our Winnipeg  market y4c. to %c higher. European markets are practically unchang-  1 ci on the week with the exception of  Paris which shows advances qf 2c. to  3^c. since the 31st of December, tn<j  cause for which we do not know.  While demand for wheat and flour is  now less than it has been, trade is  building growth of certain cttier west i stil* In a healthy condition, and it l-s  ' quite probable It will continue so, but  ern places, but it must be remember  ed that neither have we ha_ any boom  conditions here. We are moving  ahead at a satisfactory rate during  what can be classed as waiting tim?.  The disposition is also noted among  lead'.ng business men here to regard  v/ith -ut slight consideration recent  ungrounded criticisms of western municipal finance. These criticisms, it  is argued, are the output of theorists,  largely unacquainted with the actual  conditions and needs of Canada. The  outlook Is very brieflit for Lethbridge  we feel doubtful regarding the pros  pect of any important advance in  prices above present level, until a  time comes when either through largely decreased supplies, or unfavorable  crop prospects which would point to  a shortage of supplies later on, the  markets would naturally advance.  That time ls not yet in sight, but instead we have come to a point in this  crop year's experience where out of  large crops there has been an' unusually large movement out of the producers' and into the consumers' hands  SUCCESSOR   TO   VON   WAECHTER  Germany s  New  War Minister Great  Contrast to His Predecessor  London.���������Gottlieb E.  G.   Von Jag-  ow,  ".Von  Buelow's  Snikering  Dand-  ripe," as he was once called, uas sue-  .��������� . - . ceeaed    Von    Kiderlin-Waechtei*    *s  .--��������� ���������-     '     . _ -.  ~  l .'_. |���������       -���������������������������0    m      ���������   V4A������3.^AA      .IAJU.OLC4   ,  Von Jugow, German ambassador at  that a departmental order would be  sufficient.- Hon. Mr. Pelletier, however. Is believed to take the ground  that he would not be justified in undertaking so Important a step as the  #������������tablls-meht of the proposed sys-  t#Bi without great care, and hence  ft nas been decided tbat tbe best nlan  in the lntrodofHon of special* lps-lf*-**-  tien. Tbe ^eci-slon to est.**h!lo*i tt>e  ta^w pv^tem' fo-llow** a resjular del'-*~e  <i������f airnlloatlons .unon fhe nost o*Rc.<>  AsTi-rtrr,������r,t for a parcels post system  in Canada.  WINNIPEG   TO   HUDSON    BAY  for steady devplnpment"alone: conservative  lines  during  the  coming  year, i or at least into the hands of the trade  it  is state-!;   ano  reporf?  from  orher i?*5^ to tae coi'sumers.,    CurreDt statistics along with the continued large  movement from  first hands, and the  impending starting of export of the  Alberta cities indicate similar healthy  THE SUNDAY SCHOOL  "  _____���������_____-. *������  LESSON  III.    -- FIRST    QUARTER  FOR  JAN.   19,  1913  Text of th6.Lesson, Gen. JH.~Memory Verses, 17-1S���������Golden. Text,  John v.'JS, S4���������Commentary Prepared  by Rev. D. IM. Stearns.  ^ In chapters 1 and ii we have seen"  the only absolutely perfect man and  woman that ever walked- this earth, in  a perfect paradise without sin, God  Himself their companion and friend  and they having dominion . over all  tmngs. There is no such glorious reality mentioned as existing on earth  again till we come to the record of.  the new earth in Rev. sxi. but a great  and unceasing conflict between God"  and His and our great adversary, the  devil to whom we are introduced in  todays lesson, it is 'interosting to  note that v/e have the beginning oi  his record in Gen. iii and the ������nd  thereof in Itev. xx, the third chapter'from the end of the Bible. In  thjs lesson we have the first mention  of the devil, of "unbelief, of sin, of  suffering, and als_ of a deliverer, a  redemption and a great restoration.  An understanding of this chapter helps  greatly to understand the whole Bible.  Argentine and Australian  crops,  are   _Thi9 Kr������at adversary is described in  calculated to restrain  the buyers of  Ji_.V���������-S-i* A--?* 2' as..the great.dragon  PreSImlriJiry   P!ans of  Proposed   Lir-3  are Approved at Ottawa  Winnipeg.���������For some time past a  group of Winnipeg men have been actively working under a? charter procured by them from the Dominion  Government, and known; as the .Hud-.  sou's. Bay. Peace River.?auu ' Faulffy  Railway, from Winnipeg to the Hudson's Bay, with Port Nelson as tho  objective point.  Tbey have, quietly been working  along this line to the extent of having engineers go over a large portion  of the territory and preliminary plans  have been approved by the Minister  of Railways and the Railway Commls-  elon.  Tbe road Iv. tc. run from Winnipeg  to a point ou.the.Winnipeg.River, just  east of Its confluence with Lake Winnipeg, thence In a direct line to'Port  Nelson,1 on Hudson's    Bay.    A   large  li  Rome, is a dandy in dress, an amateur in Italian art and a literary dilettante. As chancellor Von Buelow,  to whom iie owed his rapid rise, called him the ablest of my younger diplomats. But tbe court camarilla,  which ousted Von Buelow, declared  that Von Jagdw owed bis promotion  to feminine influence. They coined  the phrase, ' The Foreign, Minister,  with a skirt accompaniment," to save  the situation. The German phrase  usett was peculiarly offensive because  usually employed in connection with  certain   notorious   night   restaurants.  However, Von Jagow has succeeded  in commending himself to the Emperor William and the present Chancellor  although according to his critics, he  wa3 too deep in mediaeval Italy to notice that modern Italy was sending  troops to Tripoli."  Like  Kiderlin-Waechter,  he  is   un- j    The ambassadors began the discuss-  marrled,  but  otherwise .ther.p  is  the (ion of the Aegean Islands.  They ex-  ������  *   f X&JP  i I*���������bms  - .���������W  mj       *1- V*-    f-������*f������*I' "A"' I -IT. -"Af ^,���������������.    ���������>w&iGm*&$*a������^  sible to reconcile the desires of Ausr  tria for an extended Albania with the  suggestion of Russia, for narrowing  the boundaries of the new state.  sharpest contrast between the two.  Waechter was gruff. Von Jagow is  suave and rarely loses his temper.  He employs an Italian rapier where  Waechter used a bludgeon.  ELECTRIC POWER WANTED  Manitoba   Grain   Growers  Wish   Government fo Copy Ontario's  Pv-rwrvl ���������  Brandon, Man.���������According to a resolution presented to the annual convention of the Manitoba Grain Growers      recently,      by .   a      committee  amount of\lata has been"eolle'cte'd1 hv J appointed to go inlo the matter, the  the company, which  Insures them of1, Public utilities commissioner will  bo  a big local traffic by the development  of tilt* nntural resources along the  proposed line.  8eal Hunters' Compensation  reojiested th investigate a scheme to  provide electric power for the use of  ihe farmers of Manitoba.  The  committee  suggest    obtaining  power from the Winnipeg River and  Ottawa.-On behalf    of    the    soalj*?1" th0 pubHc ������,iUties c-cmimlssion  hunters of British Columbia, G. Ii  Barnard, M.P. for Victoria, has askod the government for the appoint-  ;ment of a royal ccmm'lsslon to Imi-uire  1*^1 tho ciuestlon of compensation to  hr paid under the treaty of lftll, prohibiting pelagic sealing? The United!  States donated $200,000 as compensi-  tlon to sealers, but the British Columbia men do not wish to be tied down  to any Bpecillc amount, but rathor thnt  the damages actually incurred should  be paid, The appointment of a coi-n-  mltto'o will shortly be conalderod by  the cabinet.  ���������   Six Mort Western Senators  Ottawa.���������-Whon tho two vnonnH.*.**  in the Sonata aro filled, and the gov.  ernmont appoints mix more nenntori*  from the west, as will bo provided for  iti ft bill to bo brought down Llilw ������MM.  elon, tho flt������n,1lng of t|io parties in  ���������the Upper Hnunn will bo���������Llbora!ft.  B8; C^nwervatlvoB, 25, a Llboral mi������  ferity of 28.  to investigate the aoliL-mo with a  vlow to recommending to the provincial government the financing and  construction of n transmission line  from Winnipeg to Brandon on tho  same lines ns tho provincial government of Ontario ls at present supply  Ing faniiurs of that province- through  tho provincial hydro-electric commission,  It was estimated that tho laying of  a transmission wiro from Winnipeg  to Brandon would cost about $400,000  and would be good for thirty years.  A second ostlmato placed tho cost,  of a superlcr transmission lino at  $000,000 to^$700,000.  The matter will be brought up  attain during tli*> consideration of tho  resolutions  amined a long detailed memorandum  presented by the Greek premier,. M.  Venizelos, in which he enumerated  all the racial, historical, geographical  and cultural reasons in favpr of Iho  annexation of these islands to Greece.  Furthermore, he pointed out, Greece  had sacrificed men and money to conquer the archipelago, and the Greek  colors ure now flying over all the islands except those temporarily occupied by Italy.  In the memorandum, Premier Venizelos expressed -the belief that tlk-  principal reason why tlie ir-rlinds  should be annexed to Greece, lay in  the fact that- by this im-ans it would  be possible tr. conclude' with Tnrk-y  a peace that waa roally .permanent aim  would net bo dlsturbod by ftirtlior  Greok nsplrntlons;. thnt this would  complete the natiomil unity while, on  the other hand, if som* of tho islamla  where the Greek clement predominates, remain In tho hands or Turkey  or are detached from Greece ln some  autonomous form. ai**!tnMon would not  ond until all wore united to iho  Fatherland.  THE IARKEI  Weekly  Grain  Letter  Thompson, Sonil & Co  chants, winnipe,"j.  Winnipeg, Jan. 7.���������Steadiness and  dullness with a moderately Btrongei*  tendency has characterized the wheat  markets during the . past week. It  cannot be said ui-.t there is any particular cruuige in -Lm,<j situation tno stat.-  isucai prospect st-ems to us io be  Working towards a more bearish condition, out in tne meantime that nas  been lost sight of because of a oul-ian  feeling jimoiig a considerable number  of the trudeis in the speculative markets, which has had a good deal of support iron! thu long spell of dry weatner endangering the 'winter crop In the  'United Sta'cec. This crop had a very  favorable start in October and November, tbe Government report of condition on December 1st, plncing the  percentage at 93.2 compared with  8f, .6 on Dftcimher 1b1> imii . Very  dry weather beginning in November  and continuing all through December  over ,a)n\osf the whole of tho winter  wheat area, gradually resulted in apprehension  of  damage  owing  to tho  A.....*....-../   7,'r.xti^SZtiti^,,   ���������---. -���������"���������������������������y  surfuco cf 'be soil und no suow  WHITNEY   HEARS   FRO-VI   PEOPLE j covering.      Fears of    a  Now Nearly  Convinced  tint Ontario? spell coming boforo snow, were added  Favors Prohibition I fe the  fear of damage  from lock of  Toronto.--1 hav������* observed that tho I "���������ohslure,  and  so  the bullish  leoiing  pooplo  have  oxprosscMl   thoir  desires !ln t,,(- flpeculatlvo markets had oncom-  nnd at this t'mo that Ik nil there can  To Colonize Manitoba Form Lands  Winnipeg, Man.  ��������� Comprohenulve  proposals to,k colonizing tho   government lands 'u Manitoba are now bo*  Ing urged by tho Million for Manlto-  John Wenfey Manuaorlpta  ��������� ba league nm* promise whon curried  out to intercut private capital and enterprise to the oxton-t of at lou-u  Vjortrton.*���������The Chroniclo announcoM .$2,000,000, Tho proposals Include  the diBCOVory of lutorostlng maim-1 ������ueh actlvltlos ub road lmprovemenl,  mcrlpta of Jahu Wesley, among the; drainage of swamp lands, cloarlhg new  Ar-Alvrr, til tho Wc-itluyjui luw.l<|uar*,-1 areas lor uutUemont, aud I lie ������������-uib-  ������m in London, Thono Include mnny 'Iluhmont of good fnrnicrd on aeiut-piv**  letter* and a eomnleto diary of 11m i pared farms.     SufllcJcnt   capital   i������  be aald.  ThlB was the reply of Sir James  Whitney whon asked how ho regardod  the voto pn loenl option throughout  tbo province rocpntly.  Sir .Tames' words imply .that the nd-  vunceH of local option will not bo unheeded .  13,000,000 Bushels Tied Up  Fort William, Out.���������-llendy with  the first breaking of Ice In Thundor  Bay and Lake Superior to nlonm our  ngement, although not enough to work  "���������" mi to an n,ggresRlve. bull market,  but It hns kept down any manifestation  of bearish tendencies. In the Inst  twenty four hours however relief has  come to the U.S. winter crop in  thn shape of a pretty general snow-  fall. The colilest weather of the pro-  Bont winter &et in ovor the westorn  oontlncnt. two dnyn r���������o nnd It w.Vj  feared It might cover the winter whoat  bolt which was still without snow cover for the most part, but snow begun  to tall yesterday and instead of moro  sevoro cold "Iho    lemp'-rnturo    nrn.io  actual wheat and flour, even if trading in the speculative markets should  continue  tc   encourage  bullish  sentiment.      We find that last week ?the  V.  S. visible supply increased 2,174,-:  000  bus.   against a decrease of 783,-  000 bus. a year ago, and the   aggregate  is  now  65,342.000   bus?  against  69,V06,000 bus. a year ago? and from  the large primary movement still go-'  Ing on it looks as If this season's visible would soon be larger than a year  ago, for last year very heavy decreases took place in January. The world's  shipments   last   week   were  9,680,000  bus.   against   6,768,000   bus.   a   year  ago.      Nevertheless there was a dec  crease on ocean passage of 704,000 bus. ,  against & decrease a year ago of I,-1  240,000 bus. ana the quantity on pae-'  sage  is now  26,696,000  bus.   against  28,688,000   bus.   last  year.    As  soon  as the Argentine and Australia begin  to export freely the quantity on ocean  passage .will    mount    upward.      The  world's Visible  supply,  according  to  Bradstreets, has increased in the last  two w������ek& 3,765,000 bus.   against an  increase of 4,775,000 biis? a year ago  and  now'stands at 2d5,38-5,000    bus.  against 207,382,000 biisi?:   last    year.  These  figures for this  year are riot  bearish when compared to? the position of visible supplies last year, but  unless we are mistaken we expectYto  see the visible supplies, continue, to increase owing to the abundance of?the  crops of 1912, whereas they usually begin to decrease from about this date  until  the new  crops begin to  move?  freely in August to October.    There  is nothing new about crop prospects  In Europe, they maintain an average  promise for the time of?year;  There is nothing special to report  about our Winnipeg market, trade is  healthy and mooierateiy aeiive. Receipts have continued 'large for tha  time of year, but have?decreased in  the last .two days owing to the first  real cold dip this winter. Owing xo  the low prices farmers are now holding back their grain from market.-  The,.C.P.R. is not rushing air rail  shipments eastward' from Port Willis*-. Tiiere is abundance of storage -in Port William and ?Port Arthur  terminal elevators, and it is supplemented ty a, number of vessels being  used for storage, an ice breaker being employed br* the Dominion Government free of charge to shippers to  enable vessels to be moved around In  order to be loaded from the ele'va+ors.  To-day's cash prices , aro ' 1 Nor.,  81%c;_2 Nor,, 78V-C* 3 Nor., 75%c;  No. 4 wheat, 70*40: No. 5, 65c: No.  6. K8c: Feed, 49i/_c: Ko. 1 Alberta  Ped Winter, 83c; No. ��������� 2 A.R.. 79c;  No. 3 A.R.. 761/iC. Tough wheat has  hirers at 7c. under straight p~nde  --I/.PC.. F������tur������5i closed .Tannnrv,  ������1������C! May, 86%c~%c; July, 88%c.  Oats��������� '   '  The demand for oats for shipment  all rail continues good with very little  change ln prices. Receipts continue  liberal. To-day's prices are 2 Can,  Western, 30Mc; a C.W.. ������������o; Ex. 1  Feed, 28^-c; 1 Feed. 28c; 2 Feed. 2Gc.  These prices are for oats In store ter-  mlnal elevulors on C.N.R. and G.T.I'.  lines at Fort William and Port. Arthur  but; in..elevators on C.P.R. lino, ths  prlr.es arc lV&c. to 2c, higher because  severe "cold ' ������ P*R'  wlU  R,vo  Clirs  to  ahll)  *rilin  sov-re    _uiu , eflBtward  ]0tt(l0<1 ou); ol: aiovatora on  thoir own lino, but not on the other  linen. Future- closed May, 34->ic;  July, 36%c.  Barley���������  Tho barley market Is quiet. Today's  prices are No. 3, 4414c: No, 4, 4i)y_<''  Rejected, 38c; Feed, 87c.  Flax���������  that old serpent, called the devil and  Satan, who deceiveth the whole world.  He is also called the god of this'  world,; the prince of the power of the  air, the spirit that now worketh in the  children Of disobedience (II Cor. iv,  YJEph.Yii, 2).    The whole world is  ���������KTA4J.-.���������     ���������_���������     -   'Aiutioc   114    tCIBBB    X    LU    O  BEDADT  lU-t-   lUll  Supplied    by  .. GrainMer-  said to be? under his control (1 John  v. 19) . ? The Lord Jesus said of Uim:  The prince of this world cometh and  hath nothing,in me. (1 John xiv, 30).  In this his first appearance aft/r -  Adam was given the dominion o/er  the earth be used the serpent, wfcicu  was then evidently the wisest and  probably most beautiful of all creatures beneath man, afterward condemned because of this partnership to go  prone on the earth (verse 14).  of Iho harbor tn their destinations. ������o 1 moderately, and the two factorn com-  Vessels bro tiod up at the elevators , bJ)UHl turned a good advance In Until Fort. Will am with 13000,000 bush-1 oarly 1)art of t0.dliy.s mai  Sa������t ten years of Wesley's life, writ-  ien l������i nhorthand.  stated to bo already In night for tho  flnanclng of thoso projocts on broaJ  ._,.   ,     -,   , . llne-H aw noon ha tho government ar������  atorino Grain at Port Arthur       Irangoo a nehodulo of nultablo tormn for  Ottawa.--A report received at'tho'the utilisation of unoccupied Dominion  marine department my* thnt 10,000. ' !������,nds within the P-ovinc- ������,r ManHo-  O00 busholB of grain will bo ntorod on  ba, mnklnK It. fonslblo for tho million  wmaa.a at Port Arthur and Fort Wil-1 league to deal with crown inm,* now  $">������m  ii������i������i  wmhw.    mjx minion  buoh-; lying ldlo In varlouB parts of the pro.  < ols ot grain In thoir holds  Ice brankorn nro breaking Ico tw.������  fool, thick in tho harbor and will con-  tl!HK������ to ko.ip tho rlvor open until  January U0. Practically all the vou-  nols hero had boon loaded and thor*>  will be no neceaalty of tlio work brt-  Iiir don** nftm the bronkern quit.  sla are now  stored  nway  and  five  w#ft&������l������i are waiting oarisoea.  Amba������*ador Honored  fUrla,<--Tho French ambaasador to  -u������w ii*������������i**u buucs, m, juuuoraud, bus  lH.4t,4HII.       W,rt.14l"*,l1l ti^A      m...,, ..,. ,.%       ������/.,..   . ..       ...      ,.  Z ''' '' ���������;���������      ' '_"������',. '     ^"'--m     -H.WW,      six     m,.m  favgUm ot Honor.  vlnco.  Two Ruswlan Empreafte* III  St.   PctorBburg.���������Tho  New  Year'**  reception  at the  Pelncn. .Tatmrt***  1*  Prcteot Canadian Fruit  Vlctorln, B.C.���������At tho oponlng soa-  slon  of  tho   IlrlflBh   Columbia   Print  4"...,*, .���������..,.,.������.    ,    .,^..,....      ...       r,      .���������*. .  ^,. ....... m        .,    ,       A./,      4AI1wltl (J'J,  tho pronldont, spoke In favor of more  stringent pn-canijons to prevent lu-  foctod fruit or uumory Kt-ok cntorlng  Canada. Ho alno domniiilod login-  . Union thM. would keep tho Canadian  t   W* rt**V<M     'A*     *>*������ *������    -f^Wrt/lliir*      ���������^������������������^fllt.A-i���������     *. m*   0*  oarly iiart of to-diiy's markets Into a  slight decline by the clone. Should  the f.S. vMntor v.*bent hnvc rccclv.  ed adequate protection which will last  ror Homft time It will be romoved io  a considerable extent as an uncertain  markot factor till later on ln tho soa,  son, In several other respects tho  iimikol munition Iiuh justified tho bull-  km sentiments of many rrnders. Recent prices have heon down to n low  point when compared jvlth tho average  Of prices������for the IhhI five ynum, nnd  V.'.IZT.   I'.a,  C.V.,i'.AM4.   *,<���������'>'>   Oa  0U1    vv usii,'  cru wheat Is considered thoso prices  probably roallr.'- to thr- farmer loaa  Hum tho com of production. Then  there-hu������ boen a Hteady large demand  for wheat during the lamt throe monthB  The fi.'tx market Is fairly aeiive and j  has boon subject to sharp fluctuation--,  in speculative trading but cash prices  closed today with very Uttlo eh-ngi������  from a week ago although May doliv-  ory Is 2c. lower. Today'a cubI)  prices ure 1 Nor. West. Can.. 104V_c:  2 Can. West., 102i4c; Rejected, 86c  Futures closed January, 104%c; May,  110%c.  All prices quoted above are hawed  on delivery In store ,Fort William and  Port  Arthur.  mat in the  devil's first recorded utterance: Yea,  hath God said, he questions the word  of God? and in the words following  he questions the love of God. In  verse 4 he makes God a liar {compare  2-17) and in verse 5 sets before Eve  an ambition to be as God. Tho&e'  who in any way talk or act thus show  at once in whose employ they are.  To all such, however they r.iiy pose  as servants of Christ, unless they  truly repent,' our Lord tells us that  He will say to them: I never knew  you; depart from Me. (Matt, vii, 22,  23). Verse 6 reminds us of 1 John,  2-16, the lust of the fies_, the lust of  the eyes, the pride of life, all of which  are of the world and not of God.  With all that they needed all fullness  from the hand of God, Adam and Eve  fell. But with hunger and loneliness  under the same temptations, the last  Adam resisted the devil and overcame  him.  By the same sword of the Spirit  we may overcome (Eph. ii, IS, 17).  See some of the results of sin���������fear,  trying to hfde from God, tue man  blaming God for the gift of the woman, fig leafc aprons a subi-stituie for  garments of light aud glory, in- l  asmuch as the minding of the 'flesh  is death (Rom. viii, 6, margin)..'they  died that day, as God had said they  would. This is the flrst "afraid" m  the Bible and the first attempt to hide  from God. Contrast all the "fear  nots" and the life hid with Christ in  God. Note the first'quwstion of God:  Where art thou? (verso 9) and see  the Good Shepherd seeking Tils lost  sheep.  ' When all is confessed then God begins tb. spealt and act on their behal?  and to reveal His eternal purpose.  There is a curse upon the serpent aud  upon t.hfl Vr���������nnd and sorrow predicted for'the'woman and the man (14-  19). The Old Testament as v.e have ..  it ends with the word curse, but in  the'last,cbiiptor of the Now Ter Lament  wo read: Tbere shall be no more  curse. (Rov. xxii. 3), and tho reason  why is given in Gal. iii, .13���������Christ  made a curse for ns. The thorns  of verso 18 fake ns also to Golgotha,  or rather, to Jesus before Pilate, and  thon to Rom. viii,'20*23, whore we  noo Him who wore tho Cio-vn ot  (.hums ri'iiceniing the earth, Lesson  ; verse 15 shown the groat Deliverer as  the seed of the Woman, born of a virgin, suffering at the hands of th/? adversary, but finally- conqucrl:i;r him.  Here la uIho tho salvation of.Fve. for  enmity between tho Blnner aiid tho  devil Is an evidence of salvation. It  is the work of God.    "I will put."  Tho method of salvation Is fully sdt  forth in vi'rwo 21, whoro wo goo th',  Lord God shedding blood? prolmbly of  ln.mbB and by skins Lhua obtained pr>  vldlng redemption clothing; for Adam  and lilvo Instead of tho leaf aprons  of. thoir own making. Tho guilty pair  can do nothing but drop their own of-  i forts nnd accept God's provision, In  Canada Exhibit* In N.Y,  Ottawa,���������P. V, nitier, pri'aido.i*  of Merchants' and Mamifacturorf*'  Exchango and managing director of  tho International Imposition Company  of Now York, oallod on Premlor Burden and the ministers of agriculture*  and rallwnyn In ronnr<*t>-,ri with ft  $20,000 exhibit to bo made by Canada  at the International Travel and Vacn-  , , . ���������!,......   It I  .   . 4 ,.   . ,.        ������   , , , ������  .........        ....,  m.,,.t^..������        ...        ,'..        ....'414        lit.        IIIH  Grand Central Palace, Now  York, In  March.  Food Price* Higher  London.���������The price of food In fCn***-  miiu 1 um ���������stiii'* up * wniuy p������������r cunt ilnr  tut-H beeu ouucullod owing, it 1������ ujidiv (would pri'vent tho mirpiiin from  th* I taken lnnr������* nunniltinn ot both nut n* I i������������ ������������������������.������ ������������-.���������  ������i.wv������������, U>  Luc  .iiuonn oi  un-  iijuipiwj'h united Htiiton from holng dumped on 1 filgdlt. ������o that thlm fur the largo ciopk|o   iitutemont   In   (hi-   Loudon   Econo-  \������M the Dowager ICniprosm. [thin market. ------ . .     1     1    .  of 1912 havo never boen uny bunion | mint  which wuh simply nnd clearly sot  forth tho shedding of the. blood of tha  lamb of God on Golgotha In due tlm*������.  Whon wo i-wouive HJh rigiitoousneBK  InBtoad of our own thon wo may sine  He imth clothed mo with the gar-  mentu or Htilvutlon. Ho both covered  mo with the robe of righteousness  (Tsa. lxi, 30). The voaurrccUon and  futurb gloOy; Of tho redeemed mny be  seen In vorno 24 and aro fully sot  forth In a hooklot on "The Tree of  Llfo aiHl the Cherubim," : which mav  be Oitt.'hKil ai r. i'.vnMi caoji or ftu  contfl a doir.mi by oddroeBlng D. M. S  box 21C. HarrlKburg. Pa. I have  boon praising God for ovor thirty  years ror the blessing obtained  through \\\ouo articled.  Orflnnlxlno for Better Publicity  KumloopH, B.C.���������Prominent board  ot trade ofuolulB at Kamloopu are new  otntlna thtt-t .the dovolopmcai of th*  Shuuwup valley U vitul to tho com-  merclwl liitorcstH of ICumloops, and  that thi hi eiij Ih In it position to obtain and hold the trade nupromacy of  tho cntlr<* dlHtrlot with a little con-  cerieil ettort. For thin ren-nn a wv������.  U'limU'' nuuiicitv ojiinrmUn l������ lining  ''���������*'*'"������������������"���������" Vi,'������aa'. m ������ii,������i t.u biinmi'g him  reaouiroMii or tho vicinity into more  ipromlnont i������:tl������e than heretofore.  m  ay,:,  ..tiv-  *?.:  ,arr\  .������  ������,���������wmiiillilltmww  .^..���������������������,*^i.-ai:a������lis������l!ii������!!������ira������������t������  i���������S_S���������_i���������& aisjais'-t;--:'';;::?.'���������".'���������������������������  5������1;'������:YyY-;''  M^jUdiU���������jrw.r  Vwr   nak&roa   review,   QBBSTaia,   B. c  in -iir������_niiiii> i iiiiiiiii���������ni���������ifrTl  ifcti-x,  lite Creston ^ev^ifr  i ������ UiBhed eve y   FrM-.y ������t Cm-too, British ������ oltpwbia, by-th** Creston Print  ������w,'������tiu Pub nuing Cp*t4._a! y, Ltd.-.  .--i?ii -cipw i������* this-ni'knoT ^rt??wt ndv.rtisin'." **��������� .-dinnt of thoCcest������'U ynlloy, cir  "'Ij^.hu-iiii.������.ii> oi.iviboWHtm  lou.fs ioji>ugh.ur. the CrSHteo   district  and  )-   t- j-;.,.,, Tn a 1 rm.duiM.i.'vv.i.. ���������������t*.-v. o*..miH*iti****.    Oi*tidvertwinif rixu>>-  ;?������*J2t 51^^ JnJSat ii*" K'-hihj ,o.i B-M,,ci������ryPri.,ti-rH������B..aid of Trade.  ...  '-II _T: Tior Iiu-h l"*r ....nib: ���������*-.������������ ���������* miv-iimii** 10 rents p*r In h firPt i������sp*  SJh������S oXr ������������**loni������** me ..p-t. fM-iiiHl-uii"-*- dii.lii.j- lu������.a������.wrt- of I.h-hI ���������*���������-  _-!*.-^..* ^ "������iv:..e u' .������.. cu...u.uaiix. Ui-Uil'imui*** muni be brief und  signed.  Mrs. B. Lamberton        -        - - - Editor and ?-'an-*pfr  K.ZV  -'���������*.-.-.%  ��������� _ \--i  ii;���������  mi  The.year 1913 opens for Canada under the most   auspicious circumstances.    Thera is little over which  to Went  and much over which to rejoice.    As far as the  general   af-  iairs of the country are concerned, tne people of the   Dom in  ion are to be congratulated.     The  prophecies  of pessimists  have been nullified by the progress, buoyoncy and success  of  all Canadian interests during the past year. Figures at hand  show that the advance which has taken place during the last  eight months have been the greatest since Confederation.  While figures up to December 31 are not yet prepared,  those dealing with the affairs of the country up to Novembei  30. 1912, give strong evidence of prosperity. The torn net  aebt of Canada up to November 30, 1912, was $2,07,511,$11.-  52, as compared with $3i5>436>532-33 for tbe same Period  last year. This shows a decrease of nearly eight million dollars in the national debt notwithstanding the extensions of  the public service and the money expended on the different  growing needs of a growing country.  -      The revenues of the country during the past year  have  atlso shown a great increase over those of the previous period.  )      The advance made in railway  deveiopement  has  been  phenomenal.    The end of the year  witnessed  the bringing  ij_to operation of the second Canadian-owned  railway able toi  ideal with the western grain problem.    The last mile of steel  was laid between Wiiinipeg and Cochrane  on   tbe   National  Transcontinental Railway, and this section i.������ now  doing its-  Jhare in the transportation of western grain.     Tbe National  Transcontinental is now being operate 1 upon from  Moncton  to Edmonton, from Quebec to a point one hundred and  fifty  saiies west, from Cochrane one hundred and fifty miles east,  and from Cochrane to Winnipeg.   Thus the end of the yeai  shows the Minister of Railwavs and Canals Droduciner results  mf 4. W  in dealing with the vital transportation problems of the country.  The iinmigratiou for the past year shows an increase oi  thirteen per cent, over that of the previous year.      This im-  migiation is of the best quality, and  the agricultural  laboi  received from the other side is of the best quality ever receiv- J  ed in the western country.    The efforts of the Immigration  Department are being  extended in  the United States, the  United Kingdom, and in the northern parts of Europe.  Tht  Immigration Department has now twenty-one different  officers in the United States advertis:ng tbe advantages  of  Ca-  sada*    The total immigration for the past year was   no  less  than 400,000.  ; Agricultural conditions are of the  brightest,  and  it is  ���������understood that when the estimates are brought down that  I there will be large amounts laid aside for the agricultural development. Mr. C. C. James, who was appointed special  commissioner by the Minister of Agriculture, has sent in his  report, and it is held that as a result of his work more progressive ideas will be incorporated in the general work oi  agriculture.  As an indication of the satisfactory condition in the west  it was estimated that about eighty per cent of the wheat crop  of the three western provinces had been threshed and was either moved or ready to move al Lhe end of November. Grain  inspection for October alone totalled 33,799 cars as against  26,64a cars for the same month of 19x1, an increase of 7,137  cars.  The total bank deposits for the calendar year ended Dec-  CU1UC1  3/1   have Ul li������������i ic<tcucu Luc  uii������u.������u uulmi   maik,     ol-vvv-  ing the financial prosperity of the people and the  expansion  everywhere.  "V /OU   will  make   no   mistake  a  -    when you get off the train    '^,  I I if you sign the register at   "&-  Th? Leading \ *ke Creston Hotel. Travelling  men ���������will Fub-.tantiate this. We  study tbe comfort of our guests.  The roonv are well furnished iu  a manner \ip-to-date.  X  Hotel of-they  Fruit     Belt  Uttr   Guests  Call   cAmin  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen,   Ranchers, Tourists  ���������_.j n-m.  __i^-������-������ 1 r*  -__���������.*-���������       a     -**m.*nm0y _h������"������ f+,*m*\m mm  m wm  CLXXV4.   V^ "-U-UU-UaW-^-.-CkXv-l*  /. B. Moran  We nave decided-to run our business during 1913 '  on a strict monthly  payment  basis    \\ e find  this   _  absolutely necessary in order to be in a position  to  j|  keep our stock up-to date and supply our  customers  4\  9  $   wiili "-oods promptly, we will of course make  excep-  &   tions iu cases of medicine- required for illness.  Your cooperation in this matter will be to our  mutual benefit,  s  Creston Drug&Book Co,  Phone 51  WEBER THE TAiLQR  *MOMMIMa-_N>MI'>*-HIR-*-*^^  I  .'������������������������������������:' . ., .       * ti ���������������������������'  I Ag^nt   for   Semi������Ready   Tailored  C!othes������������Qents Furnishings  I Transfer, Livery ana resu ^uIbs i  I (Best equipped Lively in TTown) |  i   A-Uclassof lUSNOUTSsupplied at shorfe notice.   Tb������ tetes. styles of   |  I   PUTTERS and BUGGIES tor eftle and hire.   Saddle and pack horses���������8;-/j  ������ SpeoiaUtr. ��������� ..       .til*  8 V4A4A., *0*. gal* Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Oo. Howes for sale |  1 17m prepared to fill aii brde���������, bcthby ^ire and mail, and meet aU trains |  I   at any honr of the day or night.   Commercial men ana landseekers, win    |  receive prompt attention ^  H������ S;MGCreath, Projj :-.���������  -���������--���������������������������������������������������---���������- Box 14 Y\ft  t_.  i  tin  Phone 56    ���������-'��������� Sirdar Avenue  ���������3!������^-S3SaS:-5-_.-&?S:-^������:-5a-Ji^'A_^^  NOTICE   is   hereby given that an  application will be made to the legislative Assembly,  of the Province of  British Columbia, at its next Session  for an Act to incorporate a Company  to   construct,*  equip,    maintain   and  operate  a   Railway   of  standard   or  narrow   gauge,   to   be   operated   hy  steam,   electricity   or   other  power  from   a  point   on   the  internationa  boundry line about nine miles west of  the Kootenay River,   in the District  of Kootenay, where Boundary Creek  crosses   said   boundary  line;   thence  Westerly along said Creek a distance  of eight miles to a point on said boundary line where it is crossed by Blue  NOTICE TO COKTRACTOKS  Proctor School  SEi-LED TENDERS, superscribed  "Tenders for Proctor School," will be  received by the Hon. the Minister bf  Public WorkTs up to noon of Wednesday, the 15th day of January, 1913, for  the erection and completion of a small  one-room schoolhouse on concrete  foundations at Proctor, in the Ymir  Electoral District.  Plans, specifications, contract; and  forms of tender may be seen on   and  ��������� | after the 21st day of December, 1012,  SYNpPSIS OF coal;mi>tig regu-  X'ATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  ia Manitoha, Saskatchewan aad Alberta  ; the Yukon Territory/the ISToruh west  Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Colnmhia, may be leased  for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of f 1 an  acre.   Not  ���������r_.-���������������- xU  Toe Creek, together with such power i _���������-������������������,_,  r ..      _��������� I at  the  offices of Mr. W. P. Teetzel,  for the use, operation, owneramp auu  Cranbrook, %,���������*  Prisacipal    '���������"-      Mrs. CweirHfigtefi J  Head Mistres-,    Miss CEserfington j  (Honours   certificate^   dambridge |  'Higher I.*ocal?B-mi_ghaEa"U_niver- -  sity Education Diploma.)   Y      ?",?^  Assistant - niss-K������3dgson  (Cambridge   Higher Loicsl _iar6-SL-  eate,  Diploma   of the   Os^legs   cf |  Teachera for the Deaf.) ���������?'���������'���������'���������  Terms for boarders on appiicawoii  to the Head Mistress.  maintenance of such Railway as are  usually granted in that behalf.  DATED at Victoria, British  Joluuibia, this 6th day of  December, A. D., 1012.  F. A. McDiarmid,  solicitor for the applicants  CANOPjLLATION OF RESERVE  NOTICE is hereby given that the  i--ewe existing by reaaon of thii notice published in tho British Columbia  Gazette of December 27tli, 1007, is cancelled In so far as the sainn volutes to  tho following described lands, so as to  permit of the sale of the tiuihoi' standing Lhi'i-oii:���������  Consisting of an JhIiiiuI in Goat. Itlvoi*  lying immediately to the south of Lot  No. 401, Group 1, Kootenay District;  containing by admeasurement a total  area of .18 acres, inoi'i' ������������������������������ Iohh.  ItOBEUT A. tlENWKJK,*  Deputy Mlnlst'ir of Lands.  Department of Lands  Government Agent, Nelson, B. C; Mr.  A. G. Gallup, Secretary of School  Board, Proctor B. C; and the Department of Public Works, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B. O.  Each proposal must be accompanied  by an accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit on a chartered bank  of Canada, made payable to the Hon.  tho Minister of Public  Works, for a  sum equal to 10 por cent, of the tendor,  which shall be forfeited if the party  tendering decline to enter into contract when called upon to do so, or if  he fail to complete the work contracted for.   The cheques or certiilcateB of  deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will  ho returned to thorn upon the execution of the contract.  Tenders will not bo considered un-  Iobb made out on thu forms supplied,  signed with the actual signature of  Uio tenderer, and enclosed in tho eir  volopos furnished.  Tho lowest or any tender not neces  Nftrily accepted.  .1. E. Griffith,  Public Works Engineer,  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, B. C, December 17, 1012  more saaa 3,560 acres will be leased to  one applicant. ���������  Application for a.leaBe mustb e made  by the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sab-Agent of the district in whiob  the rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory tbe land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of eeotions, and in u-Bhrveyed  territory the tract applied for shall Be  staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee of (5 whioh will be refuuded if  the rifthtB applied for are uot available  but not otherwise. A royalty shall bo  paid on the merchantable output of the  mine at the rate of live oentB por ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with s.voiu returns  ucoonuting for the full quantity of merchantable ooal miuod und pav the royalty thereon.   If the ooal mining rights  aro not being operated, uuoh returnn  should bo famished ot leant, onoo a year  Tho loaoo will Include the cool win.  lug rights only, hut the loaseo may bo  permitted to purolniBO whatever avail-  abio Burfaoo rights may be considered  noooBHiiry for the working of tho miuo  at tho rate of $10 an aore.  For full inforiuuMou application should  be made to tho Seorctary of the Depntt-  mont of tho Interior. Ottawa, or to any  ARont or Bob- Agent of Dominion Lauds  W. W. GORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior  N. B.���������UuauUiorl/.od publication of  tl^is advortl������omon(, will not bo paid for.  .__. _ w a*-* to those who fill oat and  f K K_ E- mail this coupon AT ONCE  Sample of our expert penmanship* and  faeinating lesson in short hand.  . _-���������; ���������-.',..,.,,- l.���������m,- '.,������������������������������������ ��������� ��������� ",  THE BLAIR  BU8IN-SS COIXEaQB  Spokane, Wash.  I am interested in Busine&i Education*  Please send me fall information about  your College, and especially about the  subjects checked below;  ,.. .Bookkeeping    ... .Shorthand     0  s  ... .Typewriting   ... .Penmanship^jJ.   QaiobFiguring ....Letter Writing  I oan begin a coarse abont.............  Name   Address '.   mir-K.i'c->  G0RSPLETE  Animal   Fertilizers  mrmmmmM  MONET       SmmmtOS  Sow Burns'Fertilizers  And Reap Dollars.  Call or send for out  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  -Send for onr price* on furniture, we   1 ,...-." r.-.nV.-.. r������il"������ fl fill ft  P. BURNS & Go.  '^___E_i  Limited  CRESTON  Head Office  CALGARY; VANCOU-  ��������� v^Gi'lililil M'JUii**, ;".'"t'Ji ij'.''.'."*.-' t't.M' ������ni;i^    j  wpeciallr  for tho lumber -Jack at A   |    VlER������      EDMONTON.  Victoria, Jl. C��������� Decembor 11th, 1012 ,pay the freight.   O. O. S.  mmmm  Mirabolll.  I  ������.,������iimi,iiMi������������.ii,ii.,i������ii������  .  Km-  HMMMHiiiai  ���������j-jjgj^3Hflg"^g2lt________________ rmirtr-rji        ������-^ij>-j3iQr������-������/-vli.*l rfcTPTf W *? %Af  X_3._-       OJcCiEaO A V/r������       J**-"*- ixLi **/ j  <*"_������ K*CJ'*,J v-l  ', ������. ,rt -  ^      .---A-^^..^.^.  its  f'������  *M*mmaam*imat*ii**&i**s**mmm*mmmt*mistmam*mmmtmimmmiaaammi ~ ��������� u_t__^-^������������������...  ___._^  "~*wioat i$.ept you so?   i expected you  an hour ago." .*  -,  Elnora looked into her mother's face  and smiled. It was a <*ueer sort of a  little smile and wonld have reached  tbe depths wltb any normal mother,  "I see you've been bawling." wild'  Mrs. Comstock. ������������������ "I thought you'd get  your 611 ln a hurry. That's why S  wouldn't go to any expense. If wo  keep out of tbe poorhouse we have to  cut tbe corners close.    It's likely this  Brushwood road tax will eat up ai|  .we've saved ln year*. Where toe ������a__  tax Is to come from I don't know. , It  gets bigger every year. If they are  going to dredge the swamp ������iic_  again they'll just have to take tha  land to pay for It*. I can't, that's all."  Elnora again smiled that pitiful  smile.  "Do yon think I didn't know that I  was funny and would be laughed at?*  she asked.  "Funny!" cried Mrs. Comstock hotly.,  "i'es. funny���������a  regular caricature,1*  answered    Elnora.    "But   there's   always  two  skit's.    Tbo  professor said  tn tht' algebra class th.*i_ bi������ never had  a better solution aud t'-jilnimtlon tlmo  mine of the proposition be gave uio.  which scored one for me In spite of  my clothes."  ���������"Well. 1 wouldn't brag on myself."  ���������"That was poor taste." admitted Elnora; "but. you see. lt is a case of  whistling to keep up my courage.    I  honestly could see that 1 would have  ^_i   mm* *ma^mta&<3sBM  TO FUR SHIP  Tbe roost accurate, tollable nod only Market Eeport  ftnd Price List of its klud published.  "������It- Uljiiwrt Bi^ppit**  Mailed FREE to those isten^ted In Raw Fun  SEND US YOUR NAME DM * POSTAL-TODAY  It's not a, Trapper's Guide, lm*. ft publication Issued %  every two weeks, which gives you reports of -wliat la  going���������i���������Ithe M���������Juts of the Wort41n Anarlcan  Raw Pun. TMb information is worth husired  dollars to yon.  Uf rite for itr-NOW���������IVS PSV&B  A. B= SHUBERT  The Largest House In Ita World dealing exetulnlr lo  Atn������r!cu] Raw Fare  ZS-27-. Michigan St., Dent 41 CHICW9, ILL. U.S.*.  UWU-MhMm  Get sour Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars, Pouches,  Pipes, etc*, at the  I-  Ireston    Wine  Svint Co*  v  *-"*  ���������n " wwi i"* ������ n^iaa*m  P~  oiC  .#'  Copyright,  1809,  by  Boufaladay,,  Page & Company.  ' CHAPTER It.  Wherein la Told Semathing of Elnora'*'  Faemlty History.  IjKIown  LL-.!  the long corridor alone  among hundreds, down tbe  long street alone among: thousands, out Into the country she  cams at last- She sat on a log and  began to sob in spite of ber efforts at  self control. .At first it was physical  breakdown, later thought came crowd-  lug. She must .go home to feed chickens, calves and pigs.-wear calico and  coarse shoes and pass a library with  averted head all her life. She sobbed  again.  "For pity's sake, honey, what's the  matter?' asked the voice of tbe nearest neighbor, Wesley Sinton, as he  seated himself by Elnora. "There,  there," he continued, smearing tears  all over her face in an effort .to dry  them. "Was It so bad as that, now?  Maggie has been Just about wild over  you all day. She's got nervoaser every  minute. She said we were fooilsh to  let you go., She said your clothes were  not right and tbat they would iacgb at  you. Were your things right, Elnora?"  The girl broke into hysterical laughter. "Rightl" she cried. "Right 1 Uncle  Wesley, you should have seen me  among them! 1 was a picture! They'll  cever forget me. No, they won't get  the eiiaaefc. for they'll see tbe same  things tomorrow!" t  '  "Now, that is what I call spunk, Elnora. Dowuright grit," said Wesley  Sinton. "Don't you letihem laugh you  out. You've helped Margaret and me  *m, t42������m ss> fiarvcs* find busv times.  What you've' earned must amount to  culte a smri- You can get yourself a  good many clothes with it"  "Don't mention clothes. TJncle Wesley." sobbed Elnora.."I don't care now  how I look. If I don't, go back all of  them will know it's because 1 am so  poor I can't; buy my books."  "Ob, I don't know as you are so  ���������mmm*;*'' sold Sinton meditatively.  "There are 800 acres of good land, with  fine timber as ever gre-vy on It."  ���������It takes all we can earn to pay the  tax, and mother wouldn't cut a tree  for her life.'*'  "Well. then, maybe I'll be compelled  to cut one for her." suggested Sinton.  "Agyway, stop tearing yourself to  (pieces and tell me. If lt isn't clothes,  wbatlsjtr  "It's beoSta aafl tuition. Over $20 ln  as*.58  ���������"Humph! First time X ������������������or knew  yon to be stumped by *20, Blnora,"  said Sinton, patting bar band.  "If s the first time you ever knew me  to wont money," answered Elnora.  "This is different from anything that  ������y������r happened to me. Oh, how can I  l**tt Jt, Uncle Wesley?"  "Drive to town with me in the morn-  j(0jr And I'll draw lt from tbe bank for  jHHlx JL owe yoa every coot of lt"  ���������VVott know you don't owe mo a pen*  fi-f, and I wouldn't touch oho from you  unless 1 really could earn It For any"  thlm** that's .past 1 owe you and Aunt  Mnruarot for all the homo llfo and love  I'vo ovor known. I know how you  work, and I'll not tako your money."  "Just a loan, Elnora {Just a loan for  * Uttlo whllo until yciu can euro It,  You can bo'proud with all tlio rest ot  tho world, but thoro's no secrets ho*  twoon us.   Is thoro. ffilnoru?''  "No." said Elnorn, "thoro are none.  You and Aunt Margarot Imvo glvon mo  all tho lovo there, hus boon lu my lite.  That is the one reason above nil others  vjvhy you sbnll not giro mo charity.   1  ���������won't touch your monoy, but I'll win  /���������oroo way. ' First I'm going homo nnd  <tu*y mothor.    It's Just possible 1 could  ifind  socoridbnncl   boolrs,  nnd  porliiips  ,fi|| tli** tuition need'not b*������ pn'M lit once.  .JMfoyhp thoy would accept It qiii-rterly,  mPihi. oh. Undo Wesley, vou and Aunt  .MargunM* J*wp ou loving mo.    I'm sa  lonely, and no ouo else cures."  Wesley   Slutou'u Jaivs  met  with  a  ^itUctem   Um *w������\\o*pt������& Jw������*v* *������** ui"*"*  ;!  Words and changed the thing he would  have said three- times before it became  articulate.  -  "Hn_ora," he said at last, "if it hadn't  been for one thing I'd have tried to  take legal steps to make you ours when  you were three years old.   Maggie said  then it wasn't any use, but I've always  b-id on.    You sec, 1 was the Srst man  there, honey, and there are things, you  see, that you can't ever make anybody  else understand.    She loved him,  Elnora.    Sbe just made an idol of him.  There was tbat oozy green hole, with  the thick scum broke and two or three  big bubbles slowly rising that were the  breath of his body.   There she ���������*-as in  spasms of agony and beside her tbe  great heavy log she'd tried to throw  blm.   I can't ever forgive her for turning against you and spoiling your childhood as she has. but I coqldu't forgive  anybody else for abusing her. . Maggie  has got no mercy on her. but Maggie  didn't see what J did. and I've never  tried to make lt very clear to her.   You  be a patient girl and wait a little longer.    After all, she's your mother, and  you're-all she's got but a memory, and  it might do ber good to let her know  j that she was fooled in that"  "It would kill her!" cried the girl  swiftly.- "Uncle Wesley, it would kill  her!   What do you mean?"  "Nothing." said Wesley Sinton sooth  Jngly.    "Nothing,   honey.    That   was  Just one of them fool things a man  says when be ls trying bis best to be  wise.   You see sbe loved him mightily,  and they'd been married only a year,  and what she was loving was what she  .-ought he was-   She hadn't really got  acquainted  with the man yet    If it  had been even one more year she could  have borne it and you'd have got justice.   Having been a teacher, she was  better educated and smarter than the  rest of us, and so she was more sensitive like.    She can't understand she  was loving a dream.   So I say it might  do her good if somebody that knew  could tell ber, but I swear to gracious  I never could.    I've beard her but at  the edge of that, qungmire calling in  them wild spells of hers off and on for  the last sixteen years and imploring  the swamp to give him back to her,  and I've got out of bed when I was  pretty tired and come down to see she  didn't go in herself or harm you.  What  she feels Is too deep for me.   I've got  to respectl-* her grief, and I can't get  over it    Go home and tell your ma,  honey, and link her nice and kind to  help you.    If.she won't, then you got  to swallow thut little lump of pride In  your neck urid come to Aunt Maggie,  like you been a-eoralng all your life."  "I'll  ask  mother,  but  I  can't take  your money,  facie Wesley, indeed I  , can't   I'll vvuit a year aad cam some  and enter next year."  "There's one thing you don't consider, Elnorn." said tho mnn earnestly.  ������������������And that's whnt you are to Maggie.  She's a Uttlo llko your imi. She hasn't  given up to it, uud Rho's struggling on  brave, but when w*������ bnrbvl our second  llltle girl the light went out of Mag*  glt-'H eyes, and It's uot come back. The  only ilini* l ovor woo a hint of it ls  when sue thinks nho's done something  Unit nmlies you hnppy. Elnora. Now.  you go *'iiH,V nhout refusing her any*  thing-she wants to do for you."  "Uncle Wesley,, you arc a dgnr,"������nld  ,'.lnoni-"JUHt n dear! If 1 can't pos-  nlhly get that money any way olno on  '���������iii'tli I'll come and horrow it of yon.  mid Hum- I'll nny It bnel* If l-dlcr ferns  from the wwiinip nnd soil thom from  door to door hi tho city. I'll oven  plant them, so that thoy will bo sure  to come up In the spring. 1 havo, boon  sort of pnnlc ntrlekon all day and  couldn't think. I enn gather nuts and  siOl thom. Freckles sold moths and  tiiittc-rhies. ant. I've a lot collected.  Of course 1 nm going back tomorrow.  I    .���������),*,    mihi    ������������������    wiiy    iii   ������i;������-i.   i.iiit   SkiOhm.  Don't you worry about mo.   .1 nm all  right"  As Elnora noarod her own door her  motho- sald_ ..... : 1  ^���������^* ^&aJ0JS������L>x. i  "I haven't a cent; and can', got ens!'1'  looked just as well as tbe rest of  tbem If I bad been dressed as they  were. We can't afford that, so i havo  to Sad something else to brace me.  It was pretty bad. mother."  Well, I'm glad you got enough of  iti5'  "Oh. but I havenct!" hurried on Elnora. "I just got a start Tbe hardest is over. Tomorrow they won't be  surprised. They will know what' to  expect. I am sorry to hear about the  dredge. Is it reaiiy ROin������ ihrougu"  "Yes. I-got my-.:notification today.  The tax will tie Koinething enormous.  1'don't,know us I can spare you, even  tf you are; willing to be a laughing  stock for tht������ town."  . "I have had- two startling pieces-of  news today." sulci Elnora. "1 did hot  know I would ���������need?-, nny money. I  thought the city furnished tlie books.  .. _.-3    ' 4-1 ���������,������������������������..      Ia.  ' >i*i      j\n������      --k-P      _*������������������*, ������-���������>���������#*.      Hi ..���������!#���������*,������  IK LIU       HICitT       U-*      ������**.������������      ���������������*���������.-���������_.      **,*_       ���������%/*>���������������       iv������������v*v/i������  also.   1 need. $.10iu the morning.    Will  you please ler me have it?"  ���������.'���������'Ten-dollar!*!" erled'MV*". Comstock.'  ������������������Ten dollars!?   Why don't you say a  hundred and' be done wltb ItVI could  get one nt* eusy as the other. 1 knew  what yon would run int**'*'.' Hut you ace  so, bulldog 'stubborn nnd set In your  **vay I thought I would Just let you  try the world n little and see how you  liked It!"  Elnora pushed buck lior chair aud  looked nt her mother.  "Ho you inenii to say." she demanded, "thnt you knew, when you let. ine  go into a city classroom and reveal  the fact before nil of them, that I expected to luire ray bonks Itnnded out  to me? Do you mean to sny thnt you  knew I hnd to pay for tbem?"  Mrs. Comstock evaded tho direct  question.  "iVnyhody but nb Idiot mooning ovor  n book or wasting time prowling tho  woods would have known you had to  pay. Of course, I knew you would  uomo'homo blubbering! Hut you don't  got ii penny! I haven't n cent, nnd  can't, get one! Havo your way If you  lire determined, hut I think you will  Hnd the rond pretty rocky."  "Swampy, you mean, mother." onr* *  reefed Elnora. Sho arose white nnd  trembling. ' "Pcrhnps some dny Ood  will tench mo how to understand you.  HoknowR 1 do not now. You can't  possibly reiili'/.e Just whnt you let me  go through today, in- how you let imt  go. but I'll toll you this. You understand onough Hint If you had tho mon.  ey and would offer It to mo I wouldn't  touch It now. And I'll tell you this  much more, I'll get II mysolf. I'll  ni Iho It and do 11 some liouest way. 1  nm going bnck tomorrow, the next  tfnynnd tho noxt You need not como  on*-    ��������� I'll  dn  tlio tiljrlit  wnrlr nnd  hon  iho turnips."  It was 10 o'clock when tho chickens,  pigs and cnttlo wero fed. tho turnips  linadUwnd. a. htmn *.-*. !__���������������- ������a������*������. ���������*������-*���������  sraeu-ea ny tue dci-h. aoor  Wesley Sinton walked down the road  a half mile and turned in at the lane  leading to bis borne His heart was  hot and filled with indignation. He had  told Elnora he did not blame ber mother, but he did. Hin wife met him at the  door.  "Did you see anything of Elnora*  Wesley?" she questioned.  "Most too much.. -inggie." he answered. ''What do you say to going  to town? ��������� There's a few things has  to be got right away."  ���������"���������Whet*, did you see hor. Wesley?"  -Along th������ old _4-__bsriQ-t trail, ay  girl, torn to pieces sobbing. Her courage always bas been fine, but the thing  she met today, was too much for her.  We ought to havo known better than  to let her go tbat way.' I ought to  have gone ln and seen about this  school business. I'm no, man to let a  fatherless girl run Into'such trouble.  Don\t��������� cry, Msgjjie. (~*t roe sofD? supper and I'll hitch np and seo what we  can do now."  "What can we do, Wesley?"  "I don't just know. But we've got  to do something. Kate Comstock will  be a handful, while Elnora will be two.  but between us we must see that tbe  girt is not tod hard pressed - about  money and that she is dressed,so she  Is not ridiculous. She's saved us the*  **ages of n woman many a day. Can't  j"im make ber some decent dresses.  M aggie V"  "Well. I'm not just what you cail  expert, but 1 could heat Kate Com-  stock uii to pieces. I Unow tbat skirt's  should be philted to the hand Instead  of gathered nnd full enough to sit tn  and short enou*-]' u> iV������H; ir.. 1 could  try. There's p-ittcrt.-s for sale. Let's  go right a wiiy. V, e>.!ey.**  "Well, set me n ii'.te of supper while  1 hiti-'b up ",  They d-oie toward the e't> through  the ln-ii ut Uul Kcptcmln'i evening, auu  ns they went the.v planned for Elnorn  The, on!.v trouble Was not whether  they were generous eiumgti to get whnt  she needed, hut '.vlii'tlier slie would ac  (���������ept.whnt the*..gut untl what Uei moth  ei would-say.  They went to n large dry goods store,  nml   when  a "clerk   nsued   what  they  wanted to see neither' of them Unew  so-they stepped in one side und held u  whispered coiiNUituiiou.  "W.but'tii'd v.e lieiter get. Wesley?"  "Blest it I liiiniv'," exclaimed VVos  ley.;,-"I ��������� thought you would nititinge  tu.itr. I kuow about some thlugs I'm  goiug to get"  At that lustant sererul schoolgirls  came into the store and approached  tbem.  "There!" exclaimed Wesley breathlessly. "There, Mngglel Like them!  That's What sbe ueedsl Buy, llko they  have!" <  Before nhe knew it Margaret wns  among them.  "I beg your pardon, girls, but won't  you wait a mluuteV" she asked.  The gins stopped with wondering  faces.  "It's your clothes," explained Mrs  Sinton. "You look Just bcautirul to  me. You look exactly as 1 should huvo  wimted to.see.my girls. They both  died of diphtheria when they were little. If they hnd lived they'd been none  your ugo now, upd I'd wont them to  look like you. I know a girl who  would he Just ns* pretty ns iwiy ot you  11 she had the clothes, but her mother  does not think uhout her, so I got to  mother hor some myself,"  "She must ho a lucky girl." sold one  Clvl.  (To bo continued)  * Vi*  ���������--- %. *A  '/sStifc  * J-**!  *  ���������������>*_  -   %ti-M  -   *-������*Wi_i  A.  ���������!> f  ���������'Xft  TIMBER SALE No. X10  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  B O. ItAND Suhvxtor xso Abchjtkot  Plans and Specifications  IC RESTON  s.cz.  SEALED TENDERS will be reoeived  oy the M'nister of Lands not later than  loon on che 3rd day of March, 1013, for  he purchase of Licence Kg. XiO to cut  12,180,000 feet,  B. M.,   _3,DCQ railway  tiiett. JLO^ViuiS Ct?UUi  jlj-uj-co uu   *-*^J*i    -"v*.  OTA'  t*t T-J>  Group 1, Kootenay District, near OreB-  ton.  Part-culars of Chief Forester, Viotoria  B. C. no28  TIMBER SALE No. X 1  DENTISTRY  f\ e. kaEiTd. p. S.  Office' over  Frank Fa������ks Hardware  **tore-~Baker Street.       *  CRANBROOK,  n. n  GUY   LOWENBERG  OOKSC-Tmb ENamEBa  .RESTON  B.C.  SEALED TENDERS will lie received  by the Minister of Lando not later than  noon on the 3rd day of March, 1913, for  the purchase of Licence No. Xll to cnt  2,520,000 feet B, M., 45,000 railway-ties  4,600 cedar poles ti Lots 2S<..������.fc.7,  3,878, Group 1, Kootenay District, near  Creston.  - Particulars of Chief Forester, Victoria  B. O. .     no 28  ���������    ���������    ���������   t  TIMBER SALE No. X12.  SEALED TENDERS will be received  by the M i nister of Lauds not later than  uoou on the- 3rd day of March, 1913, for  the purchase of Licence No. X12 to cut  6,440,000 feet B.' M.', 10,600 railway-ties,  3,600 cedar poles, on Lit 491,   Group L?  XT f>*\1r***%*%m*    T_5 rt*r���������**���������*%*���������      ���������.^-n-M   nMA(iUM  A-kW&'VV-SAMjr        ^40������)������������Wl.,     uvuk     V/������VOVVUl  Particulars of (hbief Forester, Viotoria  Q. C no 28  . _f-   TIMBER SALBNoXlS.  MR. & MRS. CROMPTON  Teachers of  Piano, Violin, Singing  Music Supplied for Concerts & Dances  OKELL, YOUNG & c*A  Real Estate and Inirarancfc  HOUSES TO BBS-IT  :reston   ���������  M.f_,���������  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  B ire, Life and Accident -9-H-t-fio-d  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  XRAIL      -      -     ,.--, B.C.  ���������_.   -   '   ,,,    , ,..,���������������������������  .  The  Tho only drawback to owning books  Is thnt some Idiot Is suro to Insist on  boring you about them.  ���������NX*  Some people never toll nil thoy know  bo.cn uso they prefer to choose subjects  upon which they enn talk longer.  Every womnn expects to have gray  hnlr. but stoutness ls the Ms* Indignity  I of n tun Melons futo.  j When we nsk for hrend wo hnvo n  unealclng hope that somebody will  have u otreuk uf ucueropu-y nnd plvo  us cake.  SE \LED TENDERS will he receivod  hy I he Minister of Li*������ds not Inter than  noon on th������ 3rd day of March, 1913, for  tho purchase of Llceuoa No. 2?.18 to out  4,100,0C0 feet B. M., nnd 050 cedar poles  on Lot, 281, Group 1, Kootenay' Di&tiiot  uour CreBton,  Particulars of Chief Forester, Victoria,  B.C. ,110 38  Funeral Director  maaamt  ******  r**_>t> o a ��������� vs  B -%JH. 43.*_L������,l-i  H  nay  Stewart ranoh, Block 124 Koote-  Valley, containing 10 acres all  fenced in, 2 acres cleared, 120 fruit  trees, good uunibei' bearing next Hen-  son, small framed house, sluhle und  pigstU', excellent uiLuatlon for slock  ruisei' and poultry man for truokarm  ing. 1 havo also numbr-i-' of lots in  Villa Park, Washington, D. 0., numoy  milkers, fur sale, Particulars, U. Slew-  nil, Box 41, d'Chlon, Ti. O.  Before letting  Cbe contract.  For the '���������uildlnj-f ofynur New  House, Store, Office. .Workshop  or other building, iVrtfce or oall  on uio. Estimates given on all  kinds of work. ,    ,  ??>  Repairs & Alterations  A. SPKOIALTY  (charges reasohablo and sabL-ifaotion  guaranteed on AU Work  JOHN   BOYD,  Creston  SaMte and  i * b aa*~-*j*aama9a    mmBfp^Bi**^BBrfff  ���������lj/llJtl<iH, call ut ou������- Htoro auu  look over our supplj* of McCnlls patterns jjuat roclovod.   S. A. Spoors.  LJJC  boo  .rnmsmm*  4BBKOIALTY  ueaier iu   iiign   ciass  boots and s���������o_3.  -"���������,.  m    mxxmmmmmmmmiimmiimaammi'tmim  I  J-.-B  <t.  '/A  *������������������**���������" L  1-0^.   ft  .-lO'oi  . A*"!  * v.*  .;_  ���������. i���������  m ���������������'  ^Wi'./ij  *������������ ;   ,1  ; -.'ll  ^jMi,i^:%^,^^i^i.\.m\m^!>*������m"mwm  11 ,w ni-iini miu i wm 11111.11..U1 in' miimnanniniiiniiwii'iin.. niiiu'iii|i>.'j  asjsi���������saess  IWi THE   CRESTON   REVIEW,    CRESTON.   BIG.  Winnipeg, Feb. 4th, to Feb.  18th  TO CURLERS AND VISITORS TO  WINNIPEG .,,  during Bonsplel *.. e extend a hearty welcome. Make our office your headquarters^ Have your mall addressed here. ���������'���������''_.'_.������' _A'l'evA_t  IT MAYBE THAT YOU DESIRE TO UIST YOUR FARM FO RESALEI OR  EXCHANGE. OR Tb SECURE A BARGAIN IN A GOOD AS NEWSEoOND  HAND AUTOMOBILE. ,; - -..-  We have a areat i.iany listed with us at snap prices to sell or a*onanaa.  POSSIBLY YOU ti-SIRE TO INVEST IN SOME CWOI ,e WINNIPEG PROPERTY, the coming Chicago of Canada. Millions of profits will be made by  present investors. " , ,.._..__,_  WE HAVE PROPOSITIONS REQUIRING LEoS THAN $100 CASH, OTHERS,  UP  TO  $10,000.  WE WANT TO TALK   THESE MATTERS OVER WITH YOU.  SCOTT, HILL & CO., 22 Canada Llfo Building  Winnipeg, Man.  poses again you must accept him, do  you  hear?    I   insist.      'If  I  were  to  (Continued)  ' - ?Sa.i_tsbury had waited patiently for  twenty years, awaiting the critical mo- j ^e" tomoVrow, you'd be left practically  meat to strike at the man who had . penniless; besides, marriage with a  done him an imaginary wrong. His man like Mr. Franks would mean a  action could only have .been promp- j g^ deal to me just now^ My affairs  -.tsd-:.by petty spite, inordinate greed are in a veTy critical stat������?at the pre-  ;R. ,-**^y Francks could afford to wait ; sent moment. ttie announcement ���������*  ?il ti^he told himself. He could not . tllis marriage would get me out of a  ti'm Y-S-^ke through the woman���������the woman I very unpleasant position.  itiM ..'Jne^woud make his wife. But time j  " w   Wwould show him a way.      He would  $??'  NEW TUNNEL MAY WEAKEN ST.  You're not forcing Mr.   Francks to  !?!  Y*^sr^i������-ie_ untn 1-3 ha^am-el ! "������������^ me, are you? she asked slowly  1?|   ?^sbury   writhing  at   his   feet  for j w���������f ^ZZ���������?*^^ J**?.  tsbury  -| ;>;.-inai_cy.  I .*'?'::?Arn  eye for an  eye. -   It  was this  1* ?;*-t5������byght which  made    life*    bearable,  f; ";vfhicb   made  It   possible   for   him  to  I .-.'jpiay the part, and  to  w<;o a  woman*  ������''":-'he?did not love while his b^art cried  Y aloud for his real mate.  ti       ; Saintsbury  would  have  waited  for  public  opinio*,  was one  ot his  gods.  Y -but Francks wanted the whole busi-  ti >  ness settled as soon as possible.  Hp  knew that if he gave himsef time to  titi think he might falter, play the coward  ti. Z aiMj run away.  ti -       So he made a point of seeing Ella  ti.     as; often as possible, and five weeks  after his engagement had been broken  Y off he proposed to her.    She knew no  ?      more than the world knew of his low  affair with Iris de Fontaigne, but her  ���������  .father's behaviour  of late had  msde  ?t her a little suspicious. He had  ' shown a strange consideration, even  i; taking an-interest in her clothes; sent  a %gi mid ber mother to theatres and  | restaurants, providing them with is  ;v?tnany pounds, as before he had de-  ?' .nted them the same number of pence.  S      YMr. Francks asked   me to    marry  ti     him   today,  Ella   said   to  her   father  ,on_ ?evening when they  found them-  ���������ti    ,������elves alone in the dining-room. Mrs.  %    'Saiatsbury  having  tactfully   left   the  |  ....rpom.  fl-'titi "ti The lawyer endeavored to  express  ,%. ^surprise. We'l, I never, he ejacuiat-  | "ed, polish wig his golden, glasses. I  ?; Ya^ways thought it was a mistake your  ?? "breaking  off   your  engagement   with  What   an   absurd   notion���������one  of  rue  'richest men in London.        How    on  earth could I force him?    I tell you h?  Famous London Cathedral Said to be  Confroned by Grave Danger  London.��������� A new dan_er now  threatens St. Paul's Cathearm, in tno  opinion ol ihose iespon_ioie lor me  lauiic, tae proposea tramway muuel  uat loruio an important pan ot tne  bt. tuui is bridge scnem* oein* i*e-  Bardeo  with ������tp_ reli eiision.  ints pi-Mameaiary oia seeking power tor l-���������> new venture has jubt oeeu  uepositeu by me _.ouuoncouui.y council, ana so we teei tiiat we must i_;ws.g  MME.  i*l'*s*^ *��������� *!?.������������������**��������� >?  MAURICE MAETERLINCK  !?]-!*   y������.' .-?._ eIe}}.  __ ^.i^L?11 our protest "at once," said jjaaou a. '���������*  AiKxauuei, ueaaurttr ot the cached!-'  recently.  'ine danger arises out of the fear  entertaiueu by our expert advisers  tuat the proposed suu'way taroug-i  winch trams will run from a temiiuus  If  wou d   be   your   duty   to   marry   him  And there's an end of it.      He's dining with us next Sunday, that will bo  your  opDortnnity.       If   you   miss   it  remember it may mean ruin to all ol  us.  Ella said no more, .but that night !��������� at Cheapside under the east side of  when she went to bed she looked eric-1 the caurenjard and Cannon street ta  ically at herself in her mirror. Shr* j a point near che new bridge, will arain  possessed neither youth nor ' beautv | our fouuuations. The cathedral - is  nor fascination, yet the man who ai ouiit on water-bearing soil above the  year or two ago had owned that n������ j clay, and tne constant daugei* is thai  made a mistake in proposing to her* j tuis soil may become ary and decrease ,  again desired her as his wife. Ons I in bulk, thus leading to sett.ements  of the riches* men in London, one that! of the toundatious and cracking of th^  every Tt-oman bad set her cap at. I walls.       Indeed.   Mervya   Macartney,  Instead of making the best of her-' architect to the dean and chapter,  self on Sunday she put on her most j takes so serious a view of any suca  homely dress, arranged her hair in i drainage that he is unable to. say  the way she had always been accus-i where the damage might end. , When  tomed to, and wor<? no* single orna-I we remomber that Holy Trinity in  ment. Her father glared angrily at ] Kings way which stands beside a sim-  her across the -tr-bte, her mother was i iiar subway had to bs rebuilt, we  too nervous to noiice how her dauch-! cannot but do all in our power to  ter looked. But Jim Francks saw I save St. -Paul's -from tue possibility  and und-erstood. ani rrom pitv sym-! of ruin.  p������r_y was born and'a  'ittl--- ri~"T*cct. '     a   protest   has   been  addressed   to  She was not her -father's child, there ; the chairman of the  L..C.C.   by  the  was some consolation in that. j dean and clispter, and as custodians  Won't  you  alter vour  mind. _  he  said  when  thev   were  alone.       I | that due weight will be given tp our  iknow vou used to care for me a little, i poiiit of view.      About five years aga  and we got on verv well together. 1 the council    diverted    a    big    sewer  She looked at him with a^mile. and j scheme which, it was thought threat- j  {though she did not know it, that smile j ened the Cathedral just as. the pro-  ., ,. _ I.,--.* >.������'- o ^.t-c hannir- it miiWd her ) posed subway would do, and sovwe are:  * lu ,-oat ������. or ^ Umes.     , | ������Jgr -^rtj_r^ff S_S?.  without the east shame. I have always loved you. Yon have been rh������A  only man in my life. Jim. I thought  you knew that.  Yes. he said.     White in his heart he  cursed Samuei Saintsbury. . ���������. . . .    .  But you don't love me, do you? she; Wrens great masterpiece,  continued. j' ��������� ���������  Yes, I do. he said, not darina to look j Millionaire   Found   Hanging  in  Train  at   her,  that's   why  I   want  to  m?������rrv '  you.       You  must, Ella, I  won't take i  anv refusal. j  Belgium.���������While It is, noy settled beyond a doubt that Maurlco  Maeterlinck,  the  famous  Belgian  au-  l-V>r>v   i������������irl   r>*hl"jf>ar������r.hQr    rflrl   nnt   rnnAUtlV  come to this country, the arrival of  his talented wife, Mme. Georgette  Leblano Maeterlinck, is a very well  established fact. The wife of the  great playw.lght. poet, essayist and  sage, herself-a famous singer, Is one  of the most Interesting personalities  that have visited our shores. Sho  is a high priestess of the cult that  preaches the perfect wifehood, and  she has evolved a phtlosophy of her  own for reaching that happy destiny  iu matrimony.  Now They Don't Speak  Maud���������So Jack compared ma with  something sweet, did" he? The dea-*  fellow!    What was It?  Mario���������I don't think I should tell  you.  Maud���������Oh, do.      I Insist!  Marie���������Well, he referred to you as  the human marshmallow. You certainly had Itild the powder on thick,  dear.  Practically every man who is a slave to drink trie again and again  to break the chains that bind him to this degrading habit. The intense craving * /bleb only repeated drinks will temporarily relieve is  proof that the system is poisoned with alcohol.  THREE   BAY   TREATMENT  Is a purely vegetable compound taken internally which leaves no bad  after effects. *  NO HYPODERMIC INJECTIONS  The Neal Treatment takes away a'l desire for drink and removes  all alcoholic poison from the system.  It requires only three days, not weaks, for the Neal Treatment;  Write for full particulars. -  Minard's  Liniment  Cures  Oistempsr.  Here is a sto% about the man who  ) unexpectedly had three seats sent to  him for The Pink Lady.      His wife,  of course, was delighted,.but she said:  . .'.What shall ,we  do  with  the  third  seat?  I don't ka*-w. my dear,    he    said,  Ella? ; of a great u&Ucn&l monument we trust   vvouid you like to ask your sister?  She pausad for a moment and then  a brilliant idea struck her.  No. George dear, she said. I tell  you what we will do? You shall give-  it to the man whom you always go out  ;to see between the acts and then you  won't have to disturb yourself.   .  ?������uppose be proposed to Miss de Fom-  oigne out of nique.     Dear, dear, all's  Yw<**U that ends well.  ?'?��������� ?'?.His daughter remained silent.    You  ratccetrted him. of course?  .   Y'EIIa shook her head.  v YjBut you love him, Mr. Sain'-sbury  ���������aid'craftily,  and he  would  make  a  ���������':������������������ naost excellent match.  ztititil 'don't think he loves me, father.  tititi-; Mr.   Saintsbury was  about  to  ask  r? what difference that made but he  checked himself in time.        A    man  , doesn't propose to a woman twice un-  Y less he's pretty sure of himself.  It's  Y Perfectly obvious he must be head  v';������nd? ears in love with yon. Ella  ; iybu must accept blm.  Y   But Ella shook her head again and  looked  dreamily out of  the   window  ihto the square where the dusty trees  ^shivered  in  the  evening breeze.       T  /don't think he loves me, she repeated  obstinately.  .Can't   expect   him   to   fail   on   his  knees and behave like a foolish  boy  'of twenty.      And    remember    you're  ?jio longer a girl, Ella; you are getting  on  In   years.       It  will   he  your  last  .chance.  She repeated the words bitterly and  laughed.: Yes, I know that; and a  fdrl in my position doesn't get many  chances. As you say, he's a good  match. Why should he choose me  of all women? As you Hay, I'm growing old, I'm plain. I've never* lived  in his word; he'll grow tlrod or mo  in a year.  . Mr. Saintsbury looked at his daughter impatk'iitly.    If Mr .Francks pro-  fighting the L C. C.'s bill Would be  so heavy for us and it is so difficult  to find fuads even for the present necessary repairs that we feel sure the  public will be with us in urging th.-*  authorities to drop that part of,the  scheme, wbich in the opinion of all  experts,    would    serious.y    threaten  $100 Reward. SfiUu.  Tlw readera of this paDer will be pleased to learn  that there is at least one dreaucxl dlseaa? tnat science  bas been abie to care ia all its stages, and that is  VKAWAA.U.       JAAita      -A.A1A1A���������       ��������� UIO      V.      A..C     ..il.jr      JWa.lAAO  cure uow known to tbe medical iraternliy,     Catnrrr  being a constitutional  disease,  requires a  constitutional treatment.    Bali's Catarrh Cure is taken in-  I tornaliy. act "as directly upon the blood and mucous  At      Berlin,    a    millionaire      cattle raiser named    Berger    has    been  . found dead    in    mysterious    circuin-  She tried' to silence the noisy heat- j stances in a train near Chemnitz. Sas-  ing of her heart, tried to think clearly, i   ny  caltn'y  But her love for this man  which hnd been the secret of her life |  ^robbed   her  cf   her   instincts.  She!  When the train arrived at a station  near Chemnitz the    millionaire    was  she cared nothing, she  2  it��������� iii ---.iiiinui-d  ���������'T    .4**"  Began with Itching Sensation, Kept  Awake at Night.   Caused Great  a* Pain^   Thought Operation Only  .  Cure.   Cuticura Soap and Ointment Entirely Cured in 6 Weeks.  6_ Strango St., Toronto. Ontfirlo.���������"I siiT-  'forcd for two months* with tho pllos.   Thoy  first bci*an with i. umldi'n Itching si'riHatloa  which   uswl   to   ktx*n   mo  awalco at nlubt.   1 tried different kinda of ointment to  i.Uil> tho It-hlng which did  not pu>v_ v_lu__lo In tho  lwmt and  to  my  Btirpriso  nftjpp n, fow wrxikn thoy Ixv  Rftn to bleed.    I  did not  know what to do sm th������y  eirwuiM m������ ������rr*iirit pnln.     I l>*������an to think  "   tbat an oporatlon won tho only euro for  ������.tifnr������i.   I hoai*������l of Outlmira Hoap and Olnt-  **  meat and decided to try thom.    I imnt for  -la aiunplft and tittw imlnp; thnm n fow trmf**  *i'   f *rtinid nut to my nrrnat r������;llof thry uavo  mx~MBM Urns pain and later ou thu ble������*<liiit( iM'^an  to cnume.   I not ������oiuo mom and contlntuvl  ���������"tMrtrlth tlvs Cytlcurn, Ointment and Ho������p.    1  tx_an to Rati bettor i-ilnop at nlfiht and after  *"*.% wM^iti' cart-ful treatment I find that f  ,*'"' am ������otlr*ily -nrwl."   (Hlimwl) A. U'-nriuii,  JNJar. 29, 101V5.  . *    If you wlah a jJdn clear or plmplra, hlark-  ��������� jstmilm -T..1 ether "uir.orrtr.c eruptions, hanrla  vV 'Wttt and vliltn, lialr live and KloMny, and  ������,'  ocalp trtti hnm dandruff and lu*hlnrr. Ixnrln  '���������     tC *JSJ* tlJS !^*jr'1'**r "���������" "' ' ���������iitiu.ma. .���������4������.|4 4.4.  . tlie toilet, hath and KtiamixVJ, a_ul:iuvl hy  ma onca-ioiial Unlit Ar4',l.<"-.-ti.in of Cutlfsirx  Ointment- Hold throuKhout tl������������ world. \Al>-  mtmX aampla of <Mtr.li mallivl fn-, with .T.!-i>.  Bkln Ilook.    Addr-tii ivontcant l'ntu*r Druii  W    N     U.  033  knew not'img  desired him.  Tn his hands "^-as p^r Tuture; he  coul'l give her the dreams of her  youth, the ideals and love, the sole  renson for woman's ey-qtence. was  hrirR for the askirg. She could not.  she dir^d not refuse*  And the'-ofore she d^red not ag**in  nuvsHon bis love. Rhe loved him.  su.relv thpt. was ono������gh.  T ha'*e alwavs loved you. she repeated :   I have  tvlwavs wanted yon.  Fhe ���������rent Into h'** armi? and sho rn\<>.  took his fttrony fi^i^ ph<������nr������R for n thr'll  of real love. His kisses were cold,  but sho had known none better*, his  voice was strained, hut the love in her  heart trar.ylr.terl it to the sweet^ar.  music.  I'll have to see your father before  I go, lie said, after she had bade hi n  good-night.  When Mr. Saintsbury entered the  drawing-room he looked at his future son-in-law with approving eyes.  Tli.*- wedding will tako p ace at once  no fuss or ceremony, the registry office lor preference. Francks said curtly. You hail better see my lawyers  about, the settlements, that's the only  ti-.lng that will Interest you. isn't It.  You ncedn t he afrftld, I shall treat  your daughter woll; though I have no  other feel trig's for her, I can assure  you I havu pity.  It might ho wisor to wait until next  year, Mr. Saintshury stammered uncomfortably.  It will bo now or never. Frnncka replied. Say the end of Ju'.y. And  Saintsbury accepted.  They wen* married quiet nulctly at  a registry ofllca, Mrs. Saintsbury hid  InsiHtetl on a reception at. tho Kensington Palticc Hotel aftorwardR. nnd  nniflni; Iho aneRta who appeared was  Kouh.'ii do Fontaigne. Frnncks did not  p.ee him until ho was preparing to  stnrt on bis honeymoon with 1i1r brhl"  Thi'ii Hi,* boy uuahed hit*, way through  the crowd until ho stood ln Jimmy  Franeks path: he hold out n strip of  paper which he thrust into thrf bridegroom's hand.  A Ht'.1������* do hi iv hi oh ~on hnvo for������*nf-  | ten, he croaked.      Will you settle It. I  j riv:   or   whon   vou   como   hack   from '  I yn"r 'innevnioon?  J If .llmmv Frnncl*-" hid only "o^ko'l  ;.; :V< I'V^r *.h^n. \f apIv hr> hnd un-  I dnrstood Its import, tho torrlblo irag-  .���������dv���������which was nt thai, moment  throw'.ne ������i hi nek phndow riero������H the  nnth���������ii>t������rhi hav<������ boon avnrted, an*'  human life' n"<l a woman's nonl saved  from  d'������Htru<'tlon.  Hut he took the letter with a ra^o-  l*.������p hii*"***" and turned to IiIh nowly-  niiuh*   wlfi;.  ,'To ho Continued)  j     icni'i.   ���������*r.   rrply   to   n   re^ont   m.-i-  trlriv-iiiliil    tidvnrthMMnnnt   Insnrtcd   i '  j an Itallnn paper hy Slgnorn Oluwonp!-  I n* MiirclicHl, nf I'lacnnzri, a crmdldun  ��������� who kt'^it 4ta appointinont with her :n '  ��������� 'i   *enrnr,m   nrnved  to  bo  her hiinluttH. '  I from  whom  aln- hnd  not horiril  Hin-***  III'  lli:ni:ul il   i.f.   leu   js......  uhu   ...   ~..i.m  land.  discovertd hanging from the ceiling of  a second-class compartment. At first  it was suspected that he had committed suicide, but an investigation revealed the fact that several hundreds  of dollars In cash, which he had taka.i  with him to .jmrchass breeding stock.  had\been fallen from his pockets.  The police are searching for a farmhand who recently entered the murdered man's service after being released  from a convict prison. It is believed  that the ex-convict induced Berger to  make a journey and either accompanied him or got in the same train by  surprise.  $2,400,000 for Poor Family  In Paris there is a working-class  family living in the village of Fieig-  neux, in the ArdenneS. are entitled.  say3 a Reims message to the Journal,  to a fortune of $2,400,000 awaiting  them in Tjondon. The formalities of  the transfer of tho money have already  began.  turtaces of the system, Uiereby destroyine the  oundation ot the disease, rid giving the patient  txenjrth by buiidln; up the constitution and a������sti>t-  0:7 .'nature In doine; Its TOork. The proprietors have-  io much faith In its curative powers tast they offer  One; Hundred Dollars for any ease that lt lolls W  ���������:are-   Send for list ot testimonials  Attitress F. J. CHENEY & CO   Toledo. O.  Sc.a by all Druetrist8. 75c.  'r_fee Hall's Fam"r ���������'" J"" -i-i"^i"itlon.  William S. Gummers, chief justice  of tbe New Jersey superior court, has  a keen sense of humor,, which sparkles  at time. He bad just taken a seat in  a Pennsylvania railroad train on his  way home from Trenton the other day.  when a rather gaudily dressed wom^n  walked up to him and demanded to  know: Is this the smoker? No, responded the justice, quietly, you'll find  TTi? siiiiy a-Fa _nfi <������������������iaiactor- way tn which th* Wemerw Farmg������  ran aecur. the highest possible market value for hla -wheat, oats, barley a���������_  flax in by shipping It by the carload'to Fort-.William or Port Arthur, or t������  Duluth if cars cannot be cot for the othir terminals (loadlns it If.posslbt-  fi.rect Into th������ car-ovsr the loading-plat���������h*sxi so as to save elevator-'chsr*c^  and dockage) and eropltfylnB a strictly commission firm to handle and Ofa-  pos������ of It. .,-.>  We continue to act as tin* Farmers* Asents solely on a eomm's-lon basj*.  We are not traekbuyers and we never buy the Farmers' grain on.our om������  account, but look after and dispone ot the grain entrusted to us. as tha  ��������� gents of those who rmploy us, and It is our desire and endeavor to *ft~a  everyone the very best service .possible. : We make liberal nuvanc������������s agalns���������  car shlppln*? bills, and will also carry the rrain for a time under.advances a?  a moderate commercial rate of Interpat. If considered advlstsuie. We Sn*������lt*  sti -farmers *������ -arrits to us tor shipping Instructions and marl���������- !ntormat.������������.  ���������*r  Thompson Sons & Company  30O~703 Y.   GRAIN  EXCHANGE WINNIPEG, CANAU*  GRAIN   COMMISSION   N1&F4CMANT3  Of the Earth   Earthly  A number of misguided persons  at Hanover, Germany, calling iheni-  solves Terra phages, havo . formed a  club pledged to eat nothing bui earth  after the manner of certain degrade!  savage trlboc. Pamphlets extolling  the udVantages of Tcrr.iphaglsm are  j being issued ln French. Gorman anl  English.  Wise mothers who know the \irtue3  of Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator always have it at hand, because  it proves its value.  Once, in travelling. Dr. Bledso was  exceedingly annoyed by a podnntlo  bore who forced himself upon him and \  made a great parade of his learning.  The doctor bore it as long as he could,  anil- at length, looking at him gravely  said:  My friend, you and I. know all that  Un"!r_ is to l"o known.  How ia that? said the man pleased  with what, he thought a complementary  association. "  Well, said the doctor, yon know  everything except that you are a fool,  and I know that.  Pet Don Nearly Frozen  At Berlin, Star, tlio pot, dog  of Prlnco Frederick William of Prussia, after disappearing for twelve dayu  waa found half frozen In tho refrigerator chamber of Potadam Castle. Aftor bolng thawed ho was restored to his  owner.  PILES   CURED   IN   6   TO   14   DAYS  Your drup-glst will refund monev if  PAJ*0 OINTMENT falls to cure any  caw of Itching. Blind, Bleeding ov  Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days. G^c.  "_P  own growing.    Provide for a go6(i_tabl������w  eat vegetables, and throw away mediciner*  Via not only supply yoa with the Finest TestecS?'  Seeds for this Country, but we also show youi .  "HOW TO GROW THE BEST VEGETABLES"  Told in onr booklets, 153 pages (copyrig-f������d)u  Tbe first of the kind printed in Canada.     Tbey  contain   the   best   Western experience   of eatperi  Market Gardeners.   Sound, practical and sensible���������-  just what you want to know in preparing the seed  bod, manuring, starting the seed, transplanting, forcing*  ripening, storing, destroying  insects, etc.      The.price  is 10 cents per booklet ($1.00 for the full set of 11������  including vegetable and special field crops), but FREE to  purchasers of our seeds.       See our catalogue, page 2. ���������-���������  WRITE TO _>AY TOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE.   ADDSESS'NG DESKNt������. 1?  -?������^MS^:  Nine-Hundred Year-Old Church  Tho Snxon Church of Groonstod. In  Ongar, Ebbox, reached its 900th y*mr  yesterday It ia probably Iho mont  curious church In England, bolnc  built of rough-hown oak trcoa split  lengthways.  Chapped Qaiiil-  Won't Rnilirr  Ytsn  if InRtend of  6oap you uso  SNAI������, the  original baud  clcaucr.  SNAP contains no lye or  aclda, but glycerine nnd n������������u������rnl  olla which k-ep the nkiii aiuoo.h  nnrl Jn splciuHd 6-U-ition.  1'ry aNAP tar n wecic und notice  the illiTcrciirc. 4'/  SNAP  %%**...*aW ,W..       ^W Jm\\       mB*mm aamm  Pat's Answer  When James,T. Brad^ first opened  a lawyer's office In New York ho took  n basement room which had boon pr *���������-  vlouBly oc.c.uplotl by u cobbler. I-I*������  was soir.owhnt nnnoyed by the proo-  lons occupant's cullers and Irritated  I by tho fnct that ho bad fow of hla  own.      Ono day an Irishman called.  The cobbler gone, I soo, ho aald.  I should think ho has, tartly ro*  opouiloil Biady.  And whnt do you soil? asked tho  visitor, looking tit tho solitary tablo  nnd a fow Inw books.  Blockhoiuls, responded Brady,  Boirorra, said tho Irishman, yo mint  ho doing a mighty fine buslncHB���������yo  hal't got but ono left.  WhiMi Hollowuy'tt Corn Cuio lu ap-  pllod  to n  torn or wart lt kll'a tho  root.n ond tho cn11o������Hy comes out wltb-  I out. Injury to tho floBh.  Mi^������   |i").-u  Gould'',-  forUniA  to oxecod $20,000,000.  lU   H������l .  Mxtm Light Weight  ���������<P&\ Repeating Rffle  ' til. Shoots .22 Short, .22 Long  and .22 Long Rlllo Cartridges  This iti a. well-made, handy little rifle, known  as the Model 1906, costing little money to  buy ond little money to shoot, It handles all  three of the cartridges mentioned above,  which makes it very useful, either for target  or pnmo ahootinp;. Xt in made up to the Winchester standard, to shoot strong and accurately and give satisfaction in every way.  Look into it.   Catalogue sent free on request.  WINGHESm REP-ATIN-ARMS Cd,  ���������   HEW HAVEN, CONN.  ''JL,V>  i "T. **.  ���������  tn nmswsmn  ��������� "iwm-i'imri���������  Municipal Saleswoman  It, l������ statptl tlio St. Panorus hor-  ouph council will dlnctinu a proposal  to appoint a municipal saleswoman  able to explain to Inqulrors tho fid-  vitntagofl and morlts nf oloot.rlciil cook-  ing und boating nppuratipi.  . * .   I.m       H.m. f.,  iviinaro ���������  Liiiiuioni.  UUlm    ssvium,    x..'i.  A Swan's Broken Heart  Tho    last     two    beautiful     swans  have dlwipponrod  from tho octagonal  basin In tho Jardln dos TulIorlcB, Ph.--  Took Him Back  A Nowbarltor rolntf*B tills: T havci  a frlond ln Buffalo who In something  of a guy -port. Ilo told me If I  ovor camo hla way to look him up.  1 hud occiudon to go to Buffalo, and  gavo my frlond'a address to a tavl  cabby. Wlun I got to tho house I  told tho cabby to wait, as I waa not  Hiiro if Bin who noma and It was Into  al night. I rung tho bell and a woman answered.  !������  thin  wlinro  Mr    ������������������ HvfiH?  I  In.  iiulrod.  .   Yos,   wild   the   womnn*.   bring   him  right in.  London, ��������� Tho -Wllleadcn    Educv  .1 ...ll. ,���������I|..    v.,    A r-f.1 Am A       ������rs       BfUft  rnnkorv clasaoa for boys ot the local  rheumatism "and hl������ widow of grlof.     | polytechnic.  A  ll-J       VUl-'.U    llll     S... V-...,������...- J      ...4>.,..A.,  ii,,.   PUnen'   'I-*-,   mulo     dlrd     ot  (til  Be Sociable  An old fn-mor wnn 1������ T.,or*<,ln'*������ ���������������<���������������!'-'  ing his Bon, who had got on in th*  world, and who kept a largo hous^  servants, otc.  When tho two sat down to dlii_*i'  tho first night a manuorvaut woit^l  upon tlu*m, r.nd was imout assiduous  In  bis  tvtt������*ntlouR  to tbo old  fflrnwir  After watching  bis  antics  for ������ bhr?  tho guest oxclalmod:  What tho mischief are y'e danclti'  about llko that torf   Can yo nor amm  In yor chair and sit down? I'm aursr  thoro'_  onough  (or  tho  ttirco of i**"?  Pbilosophor���������Boar  and   forbear,  Jtf'  |    Dyspeptic���������Chow   and   eschew < la������  I mine, >rfr-'r  , -i.iwf}.  V  ���������������*&*.}$$.?&  ���������2r"  *T*T3"P        it-T>-C*CJ'T*/rsi*KT  I J3.iL-      *--xv.s_iiC? i *k>������.5i  REVIEW.   CBESTON,  ii i  ii  iii  ���������__  MM���������������I^Ma0���������������MaMMMA���������WMVMVMI0_H_M������������������'������������������������������  ||  Liquid   .Sulphur    Nature's  ������|..������..     ? Eemedy Cur*s *  ~ Rheumatism, Ecz'ma, Stomach and  ���������M Kidney  Tioubles,    Asthma,    Sore'  Throat, Catarrh   .and    Dyspepsia  Use Liquid Sulphur Foot Bath for  jj| iifed  or fa-re  feet.    Try  the  Liq-  ���������   Um  Sulphiir  Bath,  they  are  very  beneficial to the whole system, and  only costs*a few cents each.  Liquid Sulphur is 100 times better than sulphur ln any other form.  ,   ������AOH BOTTLE A CURE "  Thousands of Vancouver citizens  can tell you how    Liquid  Sulphur  h*s cured them.  li your druggist   cannot   supply  you, we will send by mail at" our  own  risk, upon  receipt  of  prlC'?  50c, or $_.*00 size.   Postage pro- -  paid.    Prepared only by  CHACE & JACKSON.  Vancouver, B.C.  I  *  1  Km  t  J  8T������B���������_    T���������I    m\\  uii-   iv   mill  tjurri-ft&iw  >f jiq.i   i*'f>\  "{-ji   of "tib"-���������"run  <i<*,wn ���������  .,*���������������  "KO-'th-  DlueB?"   suffer  from" kldnev*.  bladder, nervous diseases,  chronic weak-  -neeeeB. ulcer-, okln eruptions. pIleB. &a .  wrlto   for   my   FlUSH*   book.    It    Is    ".tie  most Instructive medical book ever written.    It   telle -fill   nbout    these    <3i������paafS  end   the   remarkable   cures   offerf-d    ���������>>'  Ahe n������tfv French Remedv "THKRAPION"'  "<o. 1. no. 3. No. a. and you ran decide  -for yourself tf It le the remedy for your  .ailment.       Don't -end  h   <*ent.    It's  *������b-  polut_Iy    FREE.    No   "follow-up"    elrcu-  ���������1_r_.        Dr.   I.������<"!erc   Med.    Co.     Haver-  .trtock Rd.. Ham-stead.  London.  Eng.  "GORED   BY   A   BULL"  Many  a   farmer   has   been  seriously injured  by  vicious  cattle.    Don't     run     risks-  Dehorn yours  with  the  KEYSTONE    DEHORNER  Quick   ���������easy   ���������humane   ���������  makes clean, sharp cut from  '   sides.   Costs   little.   Write  (or free booklet.  R.   K.   McKENNA,  tl*   Robert  St|.   Toronto.   Out.   Mention  Mi-Ii*   ppper.  AUEXANDRINA  MARK  DEN  {Hstr Thousand trappers now &eau us  ������___ Row Furs, Why not you? Wa  pay highest prices and express charges,  chorea no cemmiasion ond sendBHjary *���������iia  day aoads are received. Uiilloni of dollar*'  era ppid trappers each sssr.. Deol-with a  sellable house.  Wo ars tfaa Isrstst !a cur  ������o������������ 0-*-"upwuiomm***e"*mr������i*ac_  BigEE, t������*<9SS  end the  last  Edition oS  BALWS .RAPPERS GUIDE.  s bock oi yd pages, mailed i-tiEE*  Write to-day to John B'allam. Mall  _fe_fc si ,TORONTO.HlFK������!tSt.B.  ._    SSS  ConanhaKen.���������The present queen of  Denmark ia Just three nionthtJ younger than her husbaivd. bavins been  born on Dec. 24, 1870. King Christ-  Ian X. was born at Charlottenlund on  Sept.  26, 1870.  It is interesting to note that the flat?  under which Christian X wl 1 reign  is tho oldest national ensign in Europe. It: origin is much mixed up  with legend, but ls is certain that it  dates back to the thirteenth century.  According to the legendary origin  of ihe fiag of Denmark, King Wa'de-  nar was leading his forces to battle  'n the year 1219 when a cross sudden  ly appeared to him In the sky. He  adopted the cross as his emblem, went  to v'ctory, and thereupon the cross became the dannebrog or strength of  Do-mark.  Christian Charles Albert Alexander  William, the new king of Denmark,  has lived a .ife that has been notabl.  for its#domestlc happiness ra'ther than  for any spectacular incidents. To the  nubile outside of his own counrry be*  is known particularly for his happy  marriage with Princess A exandrim  Hi? eldest dsutarhter of the Gran J  Duchess   Anastasia   of   Mecklenburg-  gj-A-.vpr'm.  It was a pure love match, differing  from tbe un-ons between royal families which are usually arranged for  political expediency They were wedded at Cannes', on April 26, 18S8, and  ' *vq two sous, Cnristian Waldemar  George, born Marci* 11, 13S9, now th_  crown prince, and Knat Christian  Frederick Michael, born July 27, 1900.  . G.T.P. Inn at Prince R_p6<**t Y  Although barely five years old when  destroyed by:fire within the past-two  weeks, the Grand Trunk Pacific Inn  at. Prince Rupert had an eventful career and* mahy names of great prominence throughout the world have been  Inscribed upon the pages of its register .  > One of the earliest banquets at tbe  Ipn was given in honor ofi Earl Grey  one of the most diplomatic and popular of Canada's viceroys. At" > ttiat  event the late president Charles M  Hays, was present. The banquet,  given as it was when all there waa to  Prince Rupert consisted of a few  vuiluinga clustered along the water  front, was what might be termed an  historic function.  Another occasion waa the banquet  to Sir Wilfrid Laurier, a year or io  ago. Like the previous* event *t  marked another milestone in Prince  Rupert's history. The Liberal statesman delivered a speech that breathe!  eloquently of Prince Rupert's great  future.  Last September, there was a lunch-  "-.-.��������� Avh-Ti Hia Foya' Hiehn'"'"* * *"  Duke of Connaughi*-, Governor-General  of Canada,  was  the  guest of honor  Old ii5_^ wmo need something  '���������-of the'kind, find  most effeefivo without any discomfort.  Increased doses hot needed. 25o. a box  At your druggist's.  KaiiflRtl Drag a^Siweieii ft, et Ctnatfa. VsjAM.  Positive Proof  An Irishman and a Scot were arguing as to the merits of their respective countries. Ah, weel, said Sandy,  they tore doon an auld castle in Scotland and found many wires under At,  which shows that the telegraph waa  kent there hundreds o" years ago.  Well, said Pat, they tore down an  ouid castle in Oireland. and begorra  tnere was no wires found undher it,  wl-leh sho^s that they knew all about  The^unch^on was"under The" auspices   ?������������,*?��������� tS_S??Jy iU ������ireland hun  Ths  First Lightning  Rod  Naarly- v everybody    helieyes    that  Benjamin Franklin was the inventor  and constructor of the flrst lightniug  rod.    In this particular they are mistaken,  as the  first  lightning   catfcer  _,was invented by a poor monk of Bohemia, who put up the first lightning  rod on the palace of the curator of  Preditz, Moravia, June 15, 1754.    The  apparatus was composed of a pole surmounted by an Iron rod supporting 12  curved  branches  and  terminating- in  as many metallic boxes filled with Iron  ore.     The entire system of wires was  united to the earth by a large chain.  The enemies of the Inventor, jealous  *of his  success, excited  the  peasants  of the locality against him and under  the pretext that his lightning rod was  the cause of the excessive dry weather had the rod taken down'and the  Inventor imprisoned.  ��������� Indianapolis  News.  ^.a-? Boeder "SSffg^  If er_w_d������������!g������-Sr.  ���������aKht*u!4 dtrtr  ,-an*-B,R.Bf ���������  _   Cans���������a.   Hot  ��������� ������������������sasf  *^8_^������S__fi  KSEnr  llaeBhaiar g/ float*  tU������ri>4H>   them. SanjjforittL   I Boippva irom nmixeflt cans���������in *nrm>im&m.  I WISCONSIN INCUBATOR CO.-  L____W     H_rin������, inrls., U.S.A. .  ^^^mm , ���������7"fr  IggCMtfcE���������odw..  MALE HEL-5 WANTED  of the Prince Rupert Canadian Club.  It was a noteworthy event.  These are but a few of the Inn's distinguished guests for it would be possible |to extend the list to much greater length.  A bluif may prove an effective substitute  for the real  goods.  To produce pure milk a cpw must  be healthy and must receive clean-  flavored food. One trouble we have  to contend with is weedy pastures,  riean-flavored milk cannot bs produced from pastures containing strong-  flavored weeds, such as stink-weed.  dreds av years 'ago.  Who Did the Talking?  ,Do you talk over the political Bit-  ration with your wife, Blithers? asked Noodle.  No, said Blithers. She talks it over  with me.      i don't get a chance.  Breaking a Boy's Habit'  How dii jou break that boy of his  ptactice of breaking windows?  Easily.    I    told him    nobody    did  such   things   except  little  girls   who  were  learning to  be militant suffra*  tcttea.  When going away from home; or at  any change of habitat, he is a wis-3  man who numbers among his belongings a bottle of Dr. J. D. Kellogg s  Dysentery Cordial. Change of food  and water in some strange place where  there are no doctors may bring on an  attack of dypentery. He then has a  standard remedy at hand with which  to "cope with the disorder, and forearmed he can successfully . fight *the  ailment and subdue it.  Heard at the  Beach  As   the  couple  entered  the dining  room at Revere    Beach    a    raucous-  voiced young fellow was assaulting the  air with alleged vocal music.  Wonder who he is? said the girl  when the howler had stopped his racket.   '  Don't you know who that is? returned her escort. He's the guy who  put the din in dinner.  yu OULD XOU XilKri TO 2-3AxvN THS  v* stock broking busine*s? I.want a live  ambitious representative In . every elt? '  and town to handle stocks} bonds _������������������*  uiurt������u_e������, applicant must lurulflh references and have froni.$100"to $*>00 pet-OJJ-  al* capital. Write or call M.. R. EdgaM/is.  & Co..  34 Victoria Street,- Toronto; ;  '.' " ������������������*���������������*���������' " .'       " ������������������������ ,>  ?  9^-  THE JOHN INGLES ������0., liyuteJ]  Engineers and Boilermakers I  Boilers  of    aU    kinds��������� Engine?, 8  _*umps and Heavy Plate Work \  Write us for Prices f  14 Strachan Ave.. Toronto. Canada I  ������         i i   i ��������� ��������� ,      i      ,     I,,    y  How to Oo It  -Aw, pop,   I   don't  wanter  Sonny-  study arithmetic.  Pop���������What! A son of'mine griiwis  up and not be able io figure up th-  baseball scores and batting averages.  Never.  Old vs- Young Animals  To yield the best meat, an animal  should be neither too old nor too  young. The meat from an old aniV  mal is usually tcugh; that from on*?  too young lacks flavor and substance,  owing to the large amount of watar  present. An old animal, In poor  flesh, can be made to produce a fairly  eocd carcass if fattened rapidly.  -EST fiND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  Mae. "WiNSt���������w's Soothing Syrup has beea  4Med for over SIXTY YEARS by MIUIONS of  iSOTHHRB for their CHH.-REN WHILS  ���������XJSETHING. with PERFECT SUCCESS. It  JjOOTIi*12_ liie CHII���������>, SOFTENS tne GUMS.  ALJ.AYS all PAIN; CURES WIND COLIC, and  'ia tUe best remedy for I)IAHRHCEA. It is ab-  -jtolottfly harmless. Be sure arid ask. for "Mrs.  ;wittsiow*s Soothing Svrup," and take ao other  Wnd,  Twenty-five cents a bottle.  1 GALL ATONES  Kidney Stones and Gravel areNqulo_-  ly expelled from tho system by Ua������  \,mo ut  ci /v "rvrr_T  k*r_.-.- vrj-i.  ^-jt?<*M t.**^ , vCG*T������ c c!*xn**������ TTUCCCSS  Ihrcujrhout Canada as a complete  cure of Kidney Trouble and all Uric  Acid Diseases. Wt will aend letters  telUne of many cures to all who will  write ub.  Price J1.C0 Per Bottle at all _.ead!n*  PruicKli-ta.  THE  SANOL  M'FQ.   CO.,  LTD.  WINNIPEG. MANITOBA  How would you like to be our Selling"  Agronto  and make BIQ MONEY in  your Spare Hours ?  We htive the Goods I  Send  Post Card to-day  for particular-, and "pet into Business."  |    -M. O. Depfc. P. O. Bos 1356, Mont-  I raal, Can.      ,   y  8ot Off  Podunk Lawyer���������-Wan tho poor mulo  killed whon tho fast express hit him?  Bl Dlko���������No, but, ho didn't, onit for  a, month,  Podunk Lawyer���������According to that,  you ova tho railroad about $40 for  tho fodder yoii saved.  Opens   up   New   District  The commencement of active work  upon the first section of /the Pacific  and Great Eastern Railroad from Vancouver to Lilloet has turned the  thoughts of many people to the new  country to be traversed' by this lino  which is destined to connect the Grand  Trunk Pacific with the city of Vancouver and it is of interest to know  that this section of the new line following as it does the, course of the  Fraser River will c^en up to settlement a territory which is unequalled  upon the Continent both for its fertility and its possibilities. Pioneer-3  who have gone into the country between Ney/port and Lilloet declare  that there is nothing that can be  grown in the*temperate zone which  cannot be produced without profit in  the territory to be opened up by the  Pacific Great pastern. From tidewater over the summit from Newport,  with the exception of the Pemherton  Meadows, a dense forest of cedar, fir,  pine and spruce stre'ehes all the way  lo tins west riiu of Auutrson L-'kt*.  Then there comes a section woicl*  only nceii irrigation to make it -ie  most fruitful section of the province.  The water powers are there, but they  are undeveloped, yet there they are  .iwaiti'i% oi.'y the coming ot the *������1a*  wlneers who will harness them on.I  turn them Into revenue producers us  means of pumping water into reservoirs for Irrigation work.  The climate is ideal, situated at an  elevation under 1700 feet, the lja'.n-  fall averages from'five to eight inches  per 300 days iti the year. In &umiiuvr  the thermometer sometimes goes ts  high as 95 above but the nights arc  always cool. In winter the snowfall  is from 35 to 60 inches with an occasional cold dip In January or February  down to ten below zero, but this only  lasts a day or so, and then mild weather returns.  Between Newport and Lilloet thore  Hob a country whioh I������i not only full  of agricultural possibilities, but is also a sportsman's paradise, containing  trout lakes, great wilderness full of  gamo, Including the grizzly bear and  the wild goat, to say nothing of duck  and . plover and . partridge, whilst  ponks and glaciers rivaling those of  tho Solkirks will make the Interior p.  veritable playground for tho tourlul  of tho. world.  Snuffa  liio liitoat rofoi'iuor Is tho Spitf. A  ���������Spuf la a member of tho Soolety for  tho Provontlon of UboIobb Frivolity.  And   whnt  Ih  uboIobr  t'rlvolltv?  It'a th������ frivolity tho othor follow  indulgc������ In of courso.  p������������������>mmm^mmmm m! run   , n.  Why He Couldn't Go In  A small but very black negro was  atniullng vory 6roct at 0110 sldo of the  door of a house whoro a colored mau  had just dloit. Tho services ..woro  about to boRln. Aren't you coming  Inside ,  I would If T could, wild tho nmnil  boy, but, you boo, Iao do crapo'  Asthma No Longer Dreaded. The  dreud of ronowed nttneks from asthma  bus no hold upon thoao who havo  lonrned to roly upon Dr. ,T. D. ICell-  ork'b Asthma Remedy. So safo do  thoy fool that oomplcte reliance Is  placed on this tru'f* upoclflc with thn  oorlalnty that It will alwnys rin all  that its makers claim. If you havo  not yet lournod how oaro you aro with  this proparntJon nr, hand got lt to-day  and know for yoursolf.  ln "dry  I elni Company.   Limited.    Toronto.  I Canada.   -im ���������"���������"��������� ������'" 1  W.   N.  U.  03J  Care of Dairy Cows  Tho   cows   should   bo   kept,  quartern- and protootod froni tho cold  The barn nhould bo clean, warm uud  ���������well vontllntod.    Cold  water    should  not   bn  Hv'mi   lo  Iho i>nw������   hi   x>'lnf<������''.  Warm It to abort 05 or 70 (logmen.  No More Children  Little Mary's father had don led h*>i'  a pleasuro which Hho had conlldontly  r.,.w,r.~*fA     I -    -   ��������� 1 ���������-���������- ���������������".    .1.1.1. 1  ... ������������������ -'. .   .    , ......     ...(.,..,,     .......  sho said hor nrnvcrH at  hor mothoi'n  knee, sho conoludod with thin pc-Mtlon:  And plcico don't ftlvo m> papa uny  moro children.      Ilo don't know how  I to Iv-iil Lhjuo Uo'b K-l now.  8.CHaIO^M������  Is Full of Money Saying- Opportunities* J   I  It will give you full information  ab 3Ait the generous values we are  offering to our Mail Order Customers  and show you how to make substantial savings on many necessities.  In this sale we have reduced the profits to the point where th<sy barely cover the  expenses of handling. This is one reason why we are offering such splendid values  in our Semi-Annual Sale Catalogue. The other is that our sale has assumed such  proportions that we can buy in enormous quantities, and quantities always influence  manufacturers to allow us substantial concessions.  You should not be without a copy of this catalogue.    If you  dp  not  possess a  copy let us know and wa will forward you one vyithout delay.  AU orders should be mailed now.    While we have made provision for a big de-r������  mand it is possible that some lines will be sold out before the end   of   the   sale,1* and  we cannot replenish any line that becomes  exhausted.    This is_ an  important, point,  Jhat we desire to firmly impress upon our customers. \.     *    '���������-. '  ���������',���������'���������'.���������  *  Every item in our Sale Catalogue is  cov-erea by Our Liberal Guarantee  of money refunded if you are not  fully satisfied.  tf-uii  aaaaa*  EATONC_  *..      D    m    -hHi_r-m.B    ^bW m H    >^  LIMITED  WINNIPEG. CANADA  Jl.  THE RRAIN RRn������lfR5' RRAIH OR   I TR  llll.      MIIIIIH      WIIWOMIU       Ulllllli     UUlj      tu. ��������� Wt  T. A. Cicmr, IS.  ���������B.I-iMiWW.WW- ���������'���������'���������������������������������������������*^'<^'^l������**^l|ll*l������''|J''Wl*W>T~1*^  *      EXECUTIVE  J. iri4iau>, John Kennedy, WUUn.ui Mottat.  OIH(-CTORAVH  L,iniiir    auini   tvuiiiunay,    win.   Mut",ai.   li  V.   W.   tlremn,   J.   MnrHwnr*        "  MoKimim.   ������������tHatch������w������n-~O*0.  AII������4A^*������ If*        ���������*       Vmxmirmi  WINNirBG,  CALGARY  IVitlllllUUM I'.     4*.       ���������  Lnnnrlnv.   J. rA.   Malinr*.   V.   W  It you conaiRn your grain to us tt wm u������ ioi-.u������jii uftor in the bent nom-lbl* m������������i������i-������r, ������  OUR  AIM I  To b������t������������r 1>^ ������*on*1itl<>n or tht fcrmsr ana cut ou: th* ������i>iw*a *U>tw*M<������ th������ vn._uu#������- ami th*. !  ooniumipr. I  1 nii'iniium- '**���������* ���������*������, ..ii,!-'! Q.,1,1, i������iiia 111 ��������� mmmmmmmmmtmm**mammt*mmimimmmm*mmmi0m*mmm#*mm*m*mi  x.: m- -������**<>#��������� tuns.. i������Hih*,������ J ���������"*'.**  ���������*_-*^__._^w������a*!^^  immmmm**asm*m^^ '^^^^^f^iii-.im-'^  msji^^&&titi. "\<:  mm&fg,^  ill  -jrinj  :)MT."  4������'*:������������������:  II ti:  ?!.?;.  .-:���������;-������ ��������� ���������-  '-���������I ..v.,  tii t ���������.  :11  ';-.'v;,-^.:.': -..;'ii,vV*S,'  ~"-T<  -r  -���������^>ri^_*---'-';'^^  ���������pa*i������tt^"  II  *?������  III  tit:  Si:-  ? isi  a m.  S"4  IIy  Ifl'  li"-  THi-   CRESTON .'_��������� REVIEW,    OBJE&TOK.    B. 0*,  *m.      j.���������    . -      I* *- l-i^���������  -il���������I- ���������!-_-    II    II "I _ l-rtl I* ���������������������������___ .    'I' ll>_-llll 7 i I-1I--II-L.  1'Ki "if3*-* b"  II >3i  irtS3  WW  1  -  ? Dn and after January mai  i������  offer  five percnet   discount oil all cash  ��������� -   *    .  purchases and four per cent on all monthly accounts paid before the 12th of the  siyais-ipi i-li-iiiMlfllS  iuo nc note  r*������  tr*  mm* a.:mammimi ,*&*mmm***m  '*  - *- ���������������-  ���������^riiii^M"'  fsuiiiisci ur nn_:o  me*  (���������  it-.. -i ���������  following month.  mr'*'.'ni'.wiiimnt,\*iA!������i4ti���������,\iL'u,t'Wtx*m.r,xza*  T%.mmmmm-~.'. *.:'     fy-mx^mm'ti ___������*������*_>  OUi us c������    vvs,,    sr&CK*  ing Plant Burned  To Ground  Gafoinet for Readers of the  "NEWS ASBVE&TBSeR.''  ���������'I...-.  ������-    0.9   T������       Dm, __J  AJI4AU0    a-    -  2H1  M-t������Y  ii^;Al^\V:i*-^^VNfe^>^L-*-.V.i������'-*J^^V^.W^  --_WJ^NBt*ft!WICT--i-_^  a������.������.au������wjjjui������*^wi������^MftiM^  Th  ��������� USau  BILLIARDS AND POOL, HOT OR COLD  BATHS, CIGARS, CIGARETTES AND  CONFECTIONS. RAZORS     GROUND  AND SET. *.*       .\        ���������.-.-���������     .-.  n  ���������.W*        A h        A i I ATT���������   in r^ -_���������-._  om 1 vi n m ! r 1 n l: u, rrop,  Church  Notices  METHODIST CHURCH  Services will be bold every Sunday as  follows:  Moruiii'-        - - H-00a.ni  Evening   -        - '      -      7:90 p. m.  Sabbath School 2:20 p. m.  Vou are welcome to   tarry with us  Fred L. Curpente-  faster  The p.iC-i:*g p!���������ui u*. x- earns sup  Oo., at Calgary was completely destroyed by fire on Sunday. The loss including me it in cold storage will probably  be in excess of $2,000,000. It is stated  that from 15,000 to 20 000 carcasses  were in the cold storage plant at the  time of the fire. The plant was covered with an insurance of about $1,000,000  Fire in Reed'* Bazaar at Edmonton  also oecnrsd on Saud?.y last and for  awhile it was thought that an entire  block in tho ceutral,business district  would be swept away. *3?he loss is  about $100,00-.  ULCERS,   BOILS/SWOLLEN   GLANDS,   BLOTCHES,  PIaMPLES, AND 'ALL-SKIN AND BLOOD DISEASES  ARE  COMPLETELY  CURED  BY  THE  T."o tlesii- to csll .he ariiM���������Joa. of. all those  v..;:i  :y Eloo- cr S_ta Di  ���������jssoas������  * to?  cur* 1 . .���������'.'.:���������.������! coinplaiiits. There is ao ex-  cii.:-j :cr r-ay por-soa havj&g a disflgtrrevl face  f'o:_ crirpiioas asd fe5o?������?5������s. iSo matter  -iviicther hereditary *n* acquired, our soocifie  remedies and treatment neutralize uii poisons ia the ttooi and exix-i them from the  svscem. Oi:r vast ������sperfei*c-e in tbe tr������st-  nient of thousaa^ls of the inost serious and  complicated cases enables us to perfect a  curo**>vitttout e^xwri"-*?"5-'"?- ^Ve<lo business  oa t*i$ plaa���������Pay Only for the Benefit Yoa  Dcriwc. If you Save any blood disease, coa-  siiliusFrso cf CJs������'_3 and lefc ������s -prove t������  3"ouho-.vquiciiiy_ out' re������it--s>'ea v.ilf resiijve  a.l evijencei ot*liist'-jac. UnttcriaeimuieuCtt  ul th;- New Mflaod Trentmcn*- the skin b*j-  comes clear, ulcers, pi_ipiea ocd blotches  heal up. enlarget.1 g5aa<is are reduced, fallen  out h;*.ir pro-.vs in again. th������ eyes become  bright, ariibition nnd er.'jrsry return, aud the  rietini realizes a new life has opened up to  VOU C\N arrange to pay after  YOU ARE CURED  CONSULTATION FREE  Send for Booklet on Diseases of Men  "THE GOLDEN MONITOR" FREE  If unable to call, write for a Question List  for Homo Troatmont  PRESBYTER IAN   CHURCH  Service every Sunday  at  11 a. xa.  and 7:30 p. ni.  Sabbath School at 2:30 p. ni?  Adult/Bible Class at close of evening service.  W. G. Bi-iHE  Minister  J CHURCH OF BNGIjAHD  j Christ Church  Jan. 12th (1st Sunday after Epiphany)  Matins Holy Communion 11am  I .-���������..; tititi iCl  Erickson School House v    3p m  1 . ������������������������������������  j Sunday School 3D. m  1 ���������'*..���������' ' ���������       !'v  j EveDson-7, Sermon 7 p. n> "j  Philip O. Hayman   (Viear)  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-1  ehase the following described lands:���������-  Commencing at a post planted SO feet  distant in a Westerly direction from the  North West pose of Mannerip.'s Lot.  Thence North 20 ohains; thence West  20 -chains; thence South 20 chains;  thence Cast 20 chains cantaining forty  acres more or less.  Levi Bent,  Applicant.  Dated October 1, 1932.  Everyone wants a picture of the members of the Government of  Cinada? Tbe '"News-Advertiser" bas had prepared for the exclusive  u?e of iis readers in this province a large engraved plate of Rt. Hon;  R. L, Borden and his -liuiisters.  The group is redrawn from the latest photographs of tha sSghte8*_  Ministers, who compose the advisers of His Royal HighneBS the Governor-General. I is printed iu sepia on heavy board ready for framing*  nud will be of the greatest educational value in the home,  the schoo  aud tbe library,  The Prime Minister, HON, R.L.BORDEN, occupies a oentral 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 Macdonald look  down ou his successors.  How to Obtain the Picture  This line engraving, of whioh a limited number have been prepared, will be cent .  FREE OF OHARCE  io new subscribers, or to old subscribers, who renew their subscriptions  for one year ($3 00. V  For ont of town subscribers the picture will be tubed and postage  prepaid.  Non-subscribers may obtain copies on payment   of  50  di?nts,   If  mailad, ten cents extra for tubing and postage.  Applications and remittances (cash must accompany order)*;, must  be made to  The Circulation Manager  "News-Advertiser*" Vancouver,B.O,  i.-  y ���������  ~*r- mr^r  ���������  15YT: TRJBE5  4ND ORNAnENTALS ? ?  s f_!__s%,_i���������������*���������*���������>'*   S95B9������B\_rP#-ilBS  i_ _!���������_���������-_'������������������'���������v  S-UIUl-U  illiioSjilOa  VERNON, B. C.  Drs*ICE  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold Si,   Detroit, Mich.  _____B__8te -ul __T fl _* F      ���������flJl * ������-tt^rs from Canada must be addressed  ������aBBHB_r^B_" _ HjpEi       to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  u  1   'mmm  ment iu Windsor, Ont." If you desire to  ������e us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as ivc see and treat  no patients  in our  Windsor offices  which  are for Correspondence and  Laboratory for Canadian business only.   Addiess all letters as follows  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Ont.  Write for onr private address.  i and  HI  ows: fl  rJ.<;w:',*'J>yiv^jf,:;r'i.,*f>iBr.ai,^i,t^js  r.m.nmafWffKX'Mhsci-XrVH  The ffwera/rf������ M^rserfes  Notice is hereby given   tnat the Annual  Porishiouers Meeting  of   Obri_  Church Creston  will   be  held   in thi  Church on Sunday January 19t*a immed-  lately after evensong for the purpose 01  passing the years accounts and of elect  ing one Lay Delegate to   Synod,  also  electing  Wardens, Church  Committee  und auditor for the ensuing year.   AU  worshippers in the Ohuroh having been  baptized and being of the full age of  eighteen years are entitled to attend and  vote.     (Signed)  Philip   O.   Hayman,  Couvener,  Comprising i25 Acres  GRAND FORKS, B. C.  Peaches  \Piums M"*"*-*- .f W^t*   Queues;  GUARANTEED HOME GROWN  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can bold your trade."  *     Eatobllahed IOOO by the HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Minister of Agrl-uUui-o  I ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  I For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  .      WALTER V. JACKSON, Ageut. Creston, B. C.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Cj\P1TAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  MONEY  ORDERS  Issued by Tho Canadian Hank ol Commerce, are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting small .sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any hank in Canada (except in tlie Yukon  Territory) and in the principal u'ties of tlie United State;., are isiiued at  the followintr rates :  S5 and uvuler  NOTICE! is horobv given that all taxes for tho yenr 191- for properties situate  in tho Nelson AsBossomet Distriot are  now duo nud payable nt ray office in tbe  Court House, Oity of Nelson,  And moreover take notice  tbo publication of this notloo it doemod equivalent to a pornonnl demand by   tho Col-  leoloj of nil taxes due nud payable   by  persons linblo to p iy the same,  Stopbon H. Hoskius,  Collector.  Nelson AsBOninient District  Dattiii al NuUiou, D. O.,  this Und day of January, 1013  *r '9v/mVtj^: t?.'tijwir& ���������  ������>"**^*,-fe^!^^^*fe^^^&*e_  PERT PARAGRAPHS,  ��������� ���������   .  ���������������������������...      ^        .  ���������IY a man is fond of a dinner and  a dance, but some of them bate-  to pay either the grocer or the fiddler.  Making a bluff is an art tbat many  people practice with a great degree of  success, .?:���������.���������'.  He who fights and runs away Is due  to forfeit all his pay.  It is a heap easier 4o deceive ourselves than it is to deceive any ono  else.  No one can keep a secret tbat spoils.  Tbe man who thinks before he  speaks doesn't have so much ruminating to do afterward?  We are often kept In the dark by  tbo light remarks ot our associates.  Every girl knows where there Is  splendid * material for a world tnmous  actress.  Somo men keep their families In hot  water all tbe time becnase the coal  bills are so high.  You enn't mnko very grent progresK  with your own worlc whon you -rive so  much gratuitous oversight to your  neighbor's.   The Reoion.  "They eny tbat contentment Is better  than great riches. 1 wonder who  knows ubout it?"  "Lots of people."  ������������������flow lu thnir  ������������������Thero nro more people who con got  tha contentment than can get tbe  riches."    -������������������������(������������������1 Thing Vou Know.  ������������������Yoii simply can't persuade Bomo  persona." '  "Oh, pflhiiwl"  "It's n foot. Somo ot them nro tho  contraii'letM*.' tblngH nllvo."  "Did you over try to persuade them  that tbey are smart uud buuiiaoiueV"  #  Ail our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name. We carry all the leading varieties most-  suited to this district. Our specialty is budded stock  on three-year-old whole roots.  #  J       For farther particulars apply to our local Ageul.        -^  ��������� J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C. 'X.  >%. T _<~\ nr^ ������  am'v\ww������.  mo  ,,.       :. ccntu  Over     5 and not ������x#-������ecHn������ $10     <;     **������  **      10        " " '.'.'>   IO      "  "��������� HO " ������������������ .4.'     iti, "  remittanc;ks abroad  0,0  nhould b������ mode l������y xumtsM of ..ur Rl'KCIAl-   lOI'KIGM   DRAFTS nr.d   MONEY  ORDERS,    laiuad without dolay wi tuuwiMbh* ru.u;..  p������r<-y R  Prtwl<*ir:   IV\nruicrer Creston Brimcii  ���������^flaa**^jjjj^^^jg_i     _^jd '  J9L       J8L ^_-^ ^hSL jSL  Milled from Selected Hard Wheat  HIHHtilK-  MtAUAM LAVAf*  Cotton Root Compound Tablets  a mituBUc nnnviiAron  Tlicno l'll!.i nro coinpuimijoii ���������with tlio eroNtest  euro from Um must tellable tcnu'dle*. Xnown to  tclonco; tiucii ua mo being u&ea **>H>) muchauccc*.-,  by 1 lio uioul cululiiutoii iJliyulclrtiii. known.  Thoy ure u tipecl'lc ior the dli>tr������i*itnn: dlwrderv  to which tho female rortirtlhttlm* It. ilnhlft.  I'rlco 11! u box. No. a (1111 li itropBier), ill *  %...���������     v.^.1,1 r., ���������ii A.,,f. .inn., is, |.v ttialt Trrsm TThfl  knftvia WruK Vo��������� a������* liftttuir*.-������������������������ uut*  Th* Praotlo*! Part  *"Ho bad a scheme to make n rail*  lion."  "Thon why did you break away so  suddenly?"  "1 wnnted to oscnpo before bo borrowed a dlrao."  maamuamasxs  pecialPrice  JMj       _t_fl>_ B9   R8 _filMai���������k       l���������i ^jgja^      mmmmm  aBB^B^^n "   H MyJS*BjS   X^ttgD   B _i aa____i'<____r  ^S-3^C9'. 11__?*^S^ '    ^Smm^mtw^^mW  This flotsr v/i!l  make good bread  '��������� H  ���������   rrTirjB  Knew Better*  "Tblnk for yourseir."  ���������i-lulil"  "Wliflt?"  ������������������Von don't think I am fool enough to  iUlMW. lor UU^yuouji ���������ai't*.., I Usf,,,..',"  Creston Mercantile. Oo  vmrrmfmn.s... rf" .".'  fc---l  V*  >  ��������� f...  i'Y  ��������� *mm0     *~*   ^.^rnxmrn* <*/**** m.  mammataaaa.  m

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