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Creston Review Jan 31, 1913

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 %  . ���������__-_���������      * *������->     -4-*^_k.  mm- mmm Bri   ���������,_ EB   |TB rgi'     SB      Ci     -   Gii   S_  f|iii|yij!n I bf  DftHS  'Wm.m\ ill S^i   tnuMt  fry  i-.*jex^~*-j-l.     Ji-���������������������������.-ol   V'j-.f,\/tfA*^-^-*i4^*i     1-14310  At Fort Steel January  Many Topics Discuss  WLWOI .���������hLluBOuiiuiiuu. tiu tw.  *4^_n_  'WV*  i._ .��������� A ex c������i-l4->������ *������ ,tCd  Mrs. Paine spent a few days at Lake  View ranch last week, the guests of Mr.  and Mrs. J. Johnson.  An agent from the B.C.   Nurseries,  Oo., spent Saturday at Duck Greek and j  Wynndel, canvassing orders.  Guy Lowenberg was a visitor to Duck  Creek, Monday.  Paul Hagen, Matt Hagen, Panl Ofner,  Frank May, Paul Johnson, Carl Carlson  and C. H. Black, spent Friday in Creston.  CANYON CITY NOTES  -he dance in the sohool house on  Friday night was well attended. Proceeds which amounted to $34, will be  used to help procure a new furnace for  the sohool  . Guy Xiowenberg has received official  notification from R. W. Draw, District  Freight agent at Kelson that the Tariff  Bureau have been requested by him to  prepare figures with a view to the reduction of the fruit rates from Oreston.  It is hoped that shortly the new sched-  uleof rates on fruit, to which Creston is  _. ���������__Iflt  u. mm  oh a  ������ss  QuvXtAOU Wi������������   A4V iii  Will Peach in Methoabc  Church Sunday Morning and Evening  Wm. Trotter of Ore-atoa and his brother Charles of McLaod, were the guests  of Mr. and Mrs. J. Johnson? at Lake  View ranch on Monday and Tuesday.  E. Sparkes, who was teaching the  Wynndel school and, who left to pass  an examination for a B. O. certificate,  received his first class B, C. certificate  Saturday.  Ed. Southwell was a visitor to Creston  Thursday.  W. B. Muir, who had charge of the  olub?daa_a on Saturday night, certeiniy^j^i^xameans.'ot,stopping-.' same io? th  made good, there being no kiok coming  from anybody.   About 11:30 he ushered  into the hall, an old and dirty looking  coon and introduced .him to the  crowd  as old Black .Toe.   Joe provided ns with  a great deal o������ laughter fo; some tinse  and sang 8 or _ coon songs.    Nobody  wonld have recognised our worthy president, A. W. Mason if it had not been  for his voice,  which he failed to dis*  guise.  The Fifteenth Annual' Convention oi tbe Associa  Boards of Trade of Eastern''British Columbia was held at  Fort Steele, January 22. Most of the delegates arrived the  evening before travelling by the Crow line to Colvalli and  thence by private car over the new Kootenay Central Railway to Fort Steele.  The Convention was opened by President Fred A. Star-  key of Nelson at 10 a* m. sharp, the follow ing delegates being then present;  President, F. A. Starkey, ���������__. Wa Drew," Chas. Scott, C-  H. Mc-Iardy, of Nelson; E. S. H. Winn, G. A. Lafferty,  Acting Secretary, Jesse Kemp of Rossiand; T. W. Bingay,  Noble Binns of Trail; First Vice-President, H. Geigerich,  W. E. Zwicky, G, O. Buchanan of Kaslo; Guy Lowenberg,  R. S, Bevan of Creston, R. I,. T. Galbraith, J. Walsh, A.  Doyle of Fort Steele; B. L. Brady. BL Q, Hamilton of Windermere and W. J. Kerr of Elko.  The election of "officers  resulted  in  the   re-election  of  President F. A* Starkey. Vice-President Geigerich, Sec-treas-  Mackenzie, all of which were  received with applause.    Jesse  Kerrip 6f Rossiand was re-elected acting secretary.  3!r^f_ir_he^ Ireen ?ap^^  Secretary read. President Starkey* s address-,  which was perhaps the most complete ever brought forward by  the  President of such a body.    The report dealt at length  with  the  eoui-iereial prosperity and conditions in the Province generally and the Kootenay in particular.   Reference to the Creston Valley was made in connection with the proposed  reclamation of the flats, and to the cost of production, and profits  in the fruit industry in this valley,     Altogether  the  Presidents report was a feature of the convention.    Vice-President  Geigerich presented a short but concise and valuable report.  The convention then proceeded to business. Guy Lowenberg  of Creston, Chairman of the Resolutions  Committee bringing forward the findings of that body in the following ordei  all of which were endorsed by the convention.  In such a delightful place  as Fort  Steele  and  as  the  . guests of their Board of Trade it was not to be expected that  *    the delegates would confine themselves to attaivs  of sta.e  all  the time.    On the evening of their  arrival they received  an  invitation to a fancy dress ball.    All  the delegates attended  and many took part iu the proceedings. The hall was crowded, the music rendered by the Cranbrook orchestra was first  class, while the courtesy and  hospitality  of the ladies was  splendid, no warmer welcome has ever been received by the  Associated Boards.    After the business session  was  over a  bmqi.ct was served at the Imperial Hotel.     The  courteous  entertainer aud president of the Fort Steele Board  of Trade  did the honours of the evening.    A splendid dinner  followed  by a iihoit but well received toast list came to au  cud  about  two o'ebek on Thursday morning.    The  delegates  left by  special train that morning at 10 o'clock.    A short  strip  was  made at Bull River to allow the visitors to inspect   the  fine  new ho el of lhe Natural Resources   Dept., of the  C, P. R.  and the large warehouse at this point.    At Colvalli the   pri-  y?;.*p oar was attachscl to the westbound Crow  express.    The  thanks of the delegates were telegraphed  to  Superintendent  Eii-ks--. ol the Kootenay Central R..iUway for tbr trav**HiiH-f  r ��������������� 1-4  arrangements made. The date of the Convention has been 1 -ladies, call ui our stove and look  chahged from January to the beginning of October, and the over our supply ot MoOaiis pattern*- -just  ;:c::_ ccr.V'*?^^" -"ill hi* Wlrl at Kaslo. jtooolvod.   fl. A. Spoeru.  i  Hiss Annie Carfra was expected home  last Saturday from Moyie,  where she)  has been visiting friends since Xmas.  (Special to tho Review)'.  Tto Bev.'4v V.Dimasick, pastes of  the Methodist chnroh  at Fernie. and  T. M. Edmoudson has returned from Chairman of the District, will preaeh ia  his trip to Vaneo-ver. /. the Methodist oh_reht SB-daj-. Feb. S������  1918 at 11 a. tn. and 7:80 p. *n, ,,  ��������� Mrs. Wm. Robinson and daughters of  Hillcrest, Alta., arrived in the Oity last  Wednesday, for a few week- visit with  old acquaintances, before proceeding to  Vancouver where they expeot to reside  ���������LADIES,  call ac our store audi  I look over our supply of MoCalls patterns just recievod.   S��������� A. Speers.  Mrs. H, White of Oanyon Oity was a  Oreston caller Wednesday.  i  for awhiie.  Tom Ross has been, seen "ornwlinsr  about this vicinity quite often lately.  There's a reason.  ���������We pay the freight, and if yiu axe  Snot satisfied with the values reoeived  from-os, we will pay the freight back  and refund fall  amount of your purchase.   CCS.  The Company's mill has been shut  down this week,;while s'new planer iB  being installed.  The Ladies Aid has been successful  in .collecting the amount necessary [for  '���������*���������.- ��������� .���������" ���������  he new organ, whioh is ordered and ex-  tpeeted to arrive in the course of a  few  jCiays;  The many friends of William Miller,  who has been quite Ul  the past couple  . weeks, will be glad to hear that he is  > rapidly recovering.  If a few copies of the game law were  distributed in our community, it mixht  ���������For Sale���������-Sewing machine, almost  new. Raymond make. A b^gaist for  cash.   Enquire at this office..  The Orestos Fruit Growers' lJ_io_  shipped a car of apples last week.  shooting whioh is to bo heard ������on  Sunday reg alarily. *  ���������The G. O. S. of Oranbrook is selling  Iron Beds with mattrestfahd spring -*������������.  -fU.    ��������� ���������   Y....Y  During Mr.   Dimmicks ofiioial visit  theJTrusfeee and Quarterly ofiioial boa_de -  wiii meet in joint session oa Monday  evening at 7 p. as. in the .church parlors.  The -special business to be discussed is  the project of extension work.   The poi-  icy iB to sell the old church property and  buildings 00 Victoria avenue, and build-  Ing a lasher aad-.. more modern church.  The propbiseii new ohoroh will hare  a  cement baeen-eiit, gymnasium, shower  baths and olub rooms for the hoys and  girls and alBp vestry parlors at the back  of church.   *The present esgw_-.e_t in.  connection with the church work has  gone fat beyond their expectations and  demands Institutional work as fas as  conditions require.*  The church wiii be hailt s.% ������w o&st&s  of Victoria avenue and Vancouver street  where the ohuroh holds a square acre.  The ohuroh oSciais propose having  a model -.church property which  will meet the heeds, of ,-all in physical,  maral, sooial and spiritual developement  titirti^-t  RQAQS DEPARTME-IT  G GOOD  Removing    Jams     From  Goat River to Prevent Overflow  R. Stewart, one of Creston's ranchers  has recently rented the rooms in the j  Burton Hotel blook recently vacate*! by  Harry Leonard the painter, and intendB  starting a real estate and brokerage  office.    "~  1  Tom Quaife has moved from Sirdar  to Bob Dixons ranch at Dnok Oreek.  Will Johnson has gone to Canyon  Oitv, where he is working for Mr. Bur-  tan.  I  ���������Latest styles*in   photos,  next to Garage. '  Studio  A   business   meeting  of  the Dnok  Creek sooial olub will bo hold on Saturday evening, Feb. 1st when three or  four niattfre of great importance will  be put before the olub.   It is hoped that  every member will make an effort to attend.   Wo will ask the members from  Alloo Siding and  Oreston   noc to get  Hoarod as there will be a danoo as well  at 8 o'clock    O. H. Black is floor manager.  ���������Havo your picture tnlcon while in  Oroston. Studio behind tho bank.  Mut- will bo wild Sunday, Feb. 3, iu  tho looal Ci-.th.olio Ohuroh at 10:30 a. ni  by Father .Tnhn of C***'-"brnolr,  ���������Koglntored Yorkshiro White Boar,  Oak Lodge Duke of Agasslr,���������88278, bred  by tho dlrootor'of tho experimental farm  Agaeml!**, B. O., is for service nt Valley  View ranoh, on Alloo Mine Trail, rate $8.  The Beads Department is taking in  in hand this winter some muoh needed  work at Goat River.   The log jams up  the river from the Great Northern track  have for some years boon causing much  tronble by damming baok. the river and  flooding muoh  valuable land in high  water.   Mr. Benney the road superintendent has a orew at Iwork removing  these jams before tho water oommenoes  to rise, and as a result of this work muoh  land in the Goat]Rlver bottom will be  benefited.  A large crew of men aro also at work  at mileaRO 78. about two mllOB this side  of Sirdar doing some heavy blunting in  tho rook bluffs at this point of tho Government road.   Tho Road for eomo dis*  tauoe botweon Dnok Crook and Sirdar  runs parrallel to tho 0. P. B. traok and  muoh difficulty is experienced by ma-  torbil rolling down nnd falling on  tho  traok.   Tho wlntor has been ohoaon ln  whioh to do tho honvioat of this work so  thnt advantage oan be taken of tho deop  snow which provontn to a  vory considerable oxteur, tho blasted material from  rolling to tbo niotnls.   Both tho railway  company and the rondn department have  taken precautions against any accident  happening at thin point by reason of thn  aforementioned blaming.   The utartlng  upot flui'i work  tins winter in ample  evident',-* tbiit, it. Ih 'ho hit tuition  of  the  govornmeut to punh throngh and oora>  pleto tho couHtraotiou of tho Crouton-  Communication  Editor's Note���������-T. M.  Edmondaon's  statement,   "The Review has refused  publication of report from delegate to  the Formers' Institute Convention held  Victoria" is absolutely incorrect.    No  report of delegate was given to the paper for publication and refused.    The  shareholders of the Creston Review are  evenly divided on the Municipal question and it was inutunly agreed that  they  would   not  take up tho subject  through tho press.  ���������LADIES, call at our store and  look over bur supply of McOalls pat-  eras just "_eceived.     S. A. Spees_.  .       t  Mrs. F. K. Hurry, a resident of Ores-  ton for quite a hnmb������e,of years* b������6  who, oh advice of her p_ysic_-in left on  December 2 for a visit with ber relatives  and old friends in Romer, Minn., di������d  on January 12 at that place.  Mrs. Hurry will perhaps, b~, -reittem-  bered better by a few of thiacomtnunlty  as B������iB8 Snell, who at ,pno time ran a  barber shop here. She whs married ta  Mr. Hurry abont thro������ and a half yea*������  age. Sho leaves a hus_a������d and many  friends to mourn her loss. Interment  was made at Romer, Minn. ���������   t  Oreston, B. 0., Jan. 29, 1018  To tho Public,  An " 'Indignation" meeting will ho  held in tho Mercantile Hall, Saturday,  Feb. ft at 8 p. m. to consider what steps  shall ho taken with regard to tho Reviews action iu rofuuing publication of  roporfc from delegate to the Farnioro Institute Convention hold iu   Viotoria.  On February 7 at three o'clock in the  afternoon, Mrs. Logio ot ffelson, will  addreaa all ladles ot the, Presbyterian  congregation at tho ohuroh tor the puvf  poso of organltslng a Proabytorlal for the  women ot the Kootenay Prenbytory.     ';.  ���������' " '.' <  Shipped Box of Apples  To Old Country  Mr. Rodgevf, who  in .employed At  the local brenoh ot the Canadian IBank  ot Commerce, -shipped a tox*yt ���������PP������*tw  Tbe meetiug will alno deal with i the | grown end packed on the Grifiji������ w*^  Municipal question rJleo turnod dorn by |  thu Review, but whioh is meeting with  groat suooose. The member tor Ymir  has assured us both by letter and con-  vormitlot. that ho will do ������dl in his power to arnuut us iu thin matter, tin- whioh J  wo thank him, You aro all invited to  this mooting.  God save tbo King.  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'' ^   .tmmmmmmmw'mmmwwim mi,tf,i|IIH..IIM|,|llllll,liw|l,Hmi4wn|4mHI|ll)l  auMaaaoMMMlilillMlAi  l_i*lllWli������IIMilli|l_IIMIIIIlrtlil|l-llllli-l  SSSSS-SSS-SB sag  AS SLAVES  am&ix**^^  ������������������ ftij.A.'jA.M m*wmh>wI  AM..W.-r-,>;-'V.  ���������-.-.-. ,::.v  TTSTT?       /^_>*E,������3T'r%'Kr-  _ J���������l.���������j       v-***_a*j������_ vj.-������  J*.WJU<  V iJJJ TT a  r������i������i?e������pr* i\tv ���������  V>jLVAUK7\Br*������i/'i*:'������-  ���������BJ  \  mmmmmm  im  m:  Vi'������ '������������������  111  i������illliiii-f  SSIIIIiiii  THIS   CAT   CAN   TALK  Sings in Tune  Melody of Three German Popular Songs  Hamburg.-���������Peter, a large torn  cat, who is said to talk anil sing, is  the latest sensation in i-'amburg.  The cat is the property- of Doctor  Sutoris, a woman dentist, who found  it when quite young starving on one  ���������off' the docfes.  Sbe bas trained it in such a rp-  tnarkable degree that the animal  shows almost human intelligence. A  number of witnesses confirm Doctor  Sutoris' statements, that Peter distinctly utters the German words tor  Anna-, - hurrah, more, Helena, no.  "enough.  Asa crowning wonder, it is deelare.i  that the cat, employing th������ moncsy-  llable "lah," sings in tune the melodies of three German popular son;-".?.  and that the words she utters are  spoken with marvelous appropriateness to the occasion.  In Markel'.Ybvyns of Morocco  Paris.i���������a most revolting ' picture  is painted.by a correspondent ot the  Matin of the slave traffic in Morocco  Although the nefarious trade in human merchandise, as practiced by the  corsairs and dhow    masters    of    the  ,1-African seas has  long been stamped  jout, it still appears to flourish in the  (land of Moore.  j Writing from Marrakesh, which ts  stated to be the canter of this traffic,  the correspondent, a French woman  doctor, says:     '  The slaves conveyed by caravans  from the Sus and Tafilet regions are  quickly sold, either publicly in the  market at Marrakesh or clandestinely.  Sales take place in broad daylight.  Penned in boxes running around a  covered gallery, which serves as a  market square in rainy weather, the  unfortunate human cattle are exposed  for sale three times a week.  Little by little the square fills with  potential purchasers. When all is  ready the dellais. or auctioneers, arrive on the scene, and with solemn  prayer,   open., the  market.  Prayers over, each dellal proceeds  to sort out his proper lot of slaves.  He then replaces their miserable rags  by a more decent attire, and followed  close at his heels by the groups or  men, women and children, he walks  around the market place crying the  value of his wares.  Intending purchasers now and again  stop the perambulation and leisurely  examine the teeth, the hair and the  skin and limbs of the human animal  which may have attracted their attention.  The bargain being closed, the sale-  is duly attested before the adouts or  notaries, line price varies according  to the sex, r.ge and qualities of the  slave.  A Marriage of Convenience , ?  One' of Mrs. Hugh Fraser's stories  Human ^Beings'Auctioned, as of Old i relates to a peasant at Lesjahn, the  hoine of Mrs. Eraser's sister, Frau von  Rabe. The man's wife had died. She  was burled with every mark of sympathy, and nothing was 'left undone to  comfort the disconsolate widower. On  the evening of the day of the funeral  he presented himself at the house and  asked to see Prau von Rabe, saying  that he had a favor to ask. Instantly  he was ushered in. Frau von Rabe  begged him to state his wishes. Was  there anything she could Co to lessen  his affliction?  Gracious lady, the truth is, he began,  turning his hat nervously round in his  fingers. I have come to ask let-e to  get married again.     You see���������  But, good gracious! exclaimed his  mistress. Of course you may when  the time comes.  Yes, but���������but I want to marry now,  tonight, stammered the man. It is  i'ke this���������  What on earth do you mean? gasped  his mistress. Why, your wife was  only buried this morning! Surely you  cannot be serious?  Indeed I am, gracious lady* was the  earnest reply. I have spoken to the  lady, and she is willing to marry me at  once, this minute, if onlv you will give  us permission. It's like this: How  am I to go to bed wltb my hoots on?  ���������pointing to bis tight-Atting ton-boots  and I can't pull them ofE myself, However hard X try. So unless I marry,  who is to pull them off for ma.  ���������'.frn'mmrn'm ���������-���������'��������������������� ff  Doits 0u^  Nine times in ten whesTthe liver is right the  stomach and bowels aie right.  CARTER'S UTTLE  LIVER PILLS  gently but firmly compel a lazy liver to  do its duty  Cures Constipation,  tndiges������  tion,  Sick  Headache, and Dfe-tress after Eating,  Small Pill, Sena-Dose. Small Price.  Genuine must bear Signature  S*VWiW^UUUU������lBl'iJV-JIW������'JWUWtt-iii  ::ll  Clergyman (lately come to prrishl  ���������Your neighbor Smith says tc: sermons are rubbish-  Farmer���������Ah. ye needn't mind him.  ir: he's merely a mouthpiece for other  folks.  Cutting  Mr.  J.  Ia.  Toole had a great antipathy to street music of   any    kind.  About this there ts u story told of him.  | The waits, one    Christmas      vonlng,  | played under his windows, greatly to  ! his annoyance, and on the next day  jthey paid him a visit.  j    We played under your window last  I night, said tho spokesman of the party  j when thoy were shown into his presence.  Well, and what do you want? quoth  the comedian.  We've come for our little gratuity.  Come for a gratuity havo you? exclaimed  MrY Toole.      Bless    mo!    I  thought you had come to apologise.  ���������A'Freak .of Lightning  Lightning plays ijome peculiar tricks  at times but we have never heard of  anything to come: tip to- tbe following,  which the "Melbourne Age" properly  labels  "Extraordinary  Incident."  A yoiing man while riding through  the timber country at Wiiluug during  a recent storm had a remarkable es  cape from death in peculiar circum  stances. A large tree directly. in  front of hira was struck by lightning  and split in halves. The horse he was  riding, becoming terrified, started to  plunge through the gap between the  halves of the tree. At that moment  the halves came together v. lth a snap  like a rabbit trap, and crushed off a  lenjgth of the horse's tail, which can  still be seen protruding from the tree.  The young man.' received a severe  shaking, hut otherwise Came through  the ordeal safely.  Hare Hunt Through a Town  ���������ondon.~A hare, which made its  appearance in the town of Baldock,  lierts. was chaseo through High street.  Norton'street and Orchard street be-  l,re getting; sa.'ely away.  The small boy in the audience  watched the classic dancer in her  barefooted poses.  Where arc the lady's stockings.  ; mamma? he asked in a clear little  voice.  Hush dear, I don't know, the embarrassed mother replied.  Maybe she hung 'em up-for Christmas, said the small boy in a still  louder voice.  ������������������n  _"lh*_������_  **^4av  Ideal Gift  for all the family  for all the year  around is a  insist os  this      *  trademark -  ���������n all your  r������oor&*  "frademar*  Columbia Grafoitola  I Ask your   nearest   Columbia I  ��������� c'ealer to play you the specia I  Xmas Columbia Records.   (Fit ���������  any machine.)'  Columbia PhonograpH Company  WicKlnnon Building, Toronto. On*.  Territory Open to Dealer*  The Amateur (enthusiastically)��������� 1  suppose art is your whole ambition?  The Professional (with a sigh)���������Yes  but otherwise it is not so filling.  Ask your Clothier to show you  nn Bir-nnrtiiirii   or������i������ir*rt*f,i>|t|  m\mn buxtRt-IBN  un na nTiirn  na nTiirn  bLUiiUD  no others as good  ..     .*.������������.       4.4     ..^.��������� ���������.     ���������If?        ��������� ��������� 1-1     ''  a.  ma.���������. ���������i   veaisi uiu,  Bi"u  i  for $17. Girls from 10 to 1- years ;  old bring from $75 to $100. Tb<������ j  hi"-**��������� $������;** T-*r*cc'. i.** T"*ai*-' fi-.** "-i w^man who '  can cook.    ��������� '  It frequently happens that when a j  woman witb a baby a*- the breast, or !  accompanied by a little child. ;s j  brought into the markt-t the buyer !  wishes to buy the woman only. i  It is then that the most heartrending \  scenes are witnessed, as the weeping !  mot���������Si* are s-cpara  spring with brutal  ��������� '-..ai,-   i*>iV-  violence.  jit-  ths  ..Js. Clara  going    to  serve  church social ton:_ht.  . No. She didn't get her cap and  apron done in time to have her nails  manicured.  PALE ANAEMIC GIRLS  Find  New  W ���������itaTtic'  Health  -* P?nk  The girl who can't have faith in  three men at the same time has no  business trying to be a summer girl.  You never saw a, man wear his new  suit, in' order to make another man  Jealous.  One of the commonest complaints of  Infants is worms, and the most effective application for the-i is Mother  '���������Graves' Worm Exterminator.  ��������� ''       A Sure Sign  The minister was coming to dlnnei  and the usual preparations had been  "made to. insure the good man a pleasant tlmo. Dishes that would make  the 'mctuth water were In tho open,  sand the best silverware waB on the  table.  At last the visitor came. Tie waa  _r__ted by tbe daughter of the house,  - -small girl, but one big enough to  know better.  j knew you were coming, she said.  And how did you know I was coming?  A little bird told me.  What sort of a little bird?  A chicken.  How He Did It  Howr did you  voto, Uncle George?  Wow' did I vote? responded the old  ���������eouthorn dajrky.  Yes, sir.  In my mind, sah.  PARROT PREVENTS MURDER  Assassin Mistakes Hie Voice for That  of Man and Skips  Brussels.���������A pet parrot recently  played an Important part in a trugedy  In a suburb of Brusftoln recently.  An aid woman named ICoetttngcn.  ff-pnfcort to be a miser, wan strangled  ttvy -a burglar who entered her lodg-  tings for the purpose of robbing her.  While tho assassin was noarching  ���������Por hor hoard of money and jewels,  Mmo, Koettlngon's pr-t parrot uttered  several words which It had learned  from its mistress.  Thinking 'that he'henrd n. human  voice, tho assaBsln (lod, leaving a  targe*'flum ot monoy untouched.  Any man can buy tickets to the  tthow, but. it takes otlir-r 'tualitlos to  Wet-tho right kind of girl to lu-lp him  .took at. It.  ���������'������������������'���������  Ibrong-  Ur.  iaK Pills for  Pale People  Th^re must* be no guesswork in the ���������  treatment of  pale, anaemic girls.    If;  your daughter *s languid, has a pale, I  sallow complexion, is short of breath. ]  especially   on   going  upstairs;   if   she i  has palpitation of the heart, a poor appetite, or a tendency to faint, she has  anaemia���������which    means    poverty    of  the blood.      Any delay in treatment j  may leave her v-eak and sickly for the  rest  of her life���������delay may  even result in consumption, that most hopeless  of  diseases.       When  the  blood  Is poor and watery, there is only one  certain   cure���������that   is   Dr.   Williams'  Pink Pills, coupled    with    nourishing  food and gentle out-of-door exercise.  Dr.    Williams'   Pink   Pills     actually  mako    new    blood,      which    flowing  hrough the veins stimulate the nerves,  increases the apnetite, give brightness  to  the eye. a  plow of health to the  cheek,  and makes weak,  despondent  girls  full  of healthy  .ictivit.v.       The  case of  Miss  J.   H.   Lassalle,  Sorel.  Ouo.. Is tvpical of the cures made by  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.      She ravs:  "I was weak and all run down.    My  face was p"le and covered with        *���������������-  les.      Mv Hns were pale.     I suffered  from pains In all   my   Umbs,   which  wonld at times be swollen.      I was  hardlv   ever   frT*     from     he*idaches  ���������md T found work about the house a  burden, as the least effort left me fattened nnd breathless.      I had no apnetite. *i������d notwithstanding thnt T was  constantly doctoring T si������<������m������-fd  to be  arrowing  worse   nil the  time.       Ono  d'tv   mother   did   " nt   pbe. fhoiiph*-  T  oiirrht. to trv Dr. Williams' Pink PMIs  ti^d T ^eoHert to do so.      I noon dl**-  ������?ov������***������rl   that  T had   f"und  the  rlcht  modlclno. nrd aft������>r using nine boxes  T w*i������ onco more enjoyln- tbe best of  heilM*.  nnd   T  have  not been   unwell  a div pt"ce,"  Vou enn tret Dr. WUllomi*'' Pink  pnir. frnm anv -mod io Ine 'Ipftl"** or by  TYi'ill i\t fin rent.** n box or f'v boxes  fT S?.r.o from The r>r. Williams'  Modlclno Co., Brockvllle, Ont.  GALL STONES  Kidney  Stunes and Gravel are <iuleK-  ly   excelled   from   ihe   ���������"."stew  by   ib������  W&AJ      ������4r  wriieTi Jius been a s'.gnai mnvimm  thrcughout CanBdH. as & complete  cure otV Kidney Trouble and all Uric  Acid Diseases. Wa will send letters  iv!*.!?*,��������� c? vrslzt** **urss -*to all v?fe.o -*������������������!!  write us.  Price 51.60 Per Bottle at all Leading  DruRRists.  THE   SANOL   M'FG.   CO.,  WINNIPEG.   MANITOBA  LTD.  ���������_*���������������������������____-       ���������_'\������_*?     _*?_���������"_   *f������     f^*^.  1  in_ JOHN INuLiS cu., limited j  Engineers and Boilermakers {  Boilers  of    all    kii.ds���������- Engines.  ���������  Pumps and Heavy Plate WorJs  Write us for Prices  14 Strachan Ave., Toronto, Canada  NEW C.P.R.   TEP.MINAL  ST. ^ION   AT VANCOUVER  The above illustration shows tbe magnificent terminal station of the Canadian  Pacific   Railway  Co.   at  Vancouver.      The building is now in cour se of construction, and it is expected that it will be at least two years before the work is completed.      The estimated cost of the terminal station and  wharf is  in the  neighborhood ol  $2,750,000.00.  No Wonder He Was Interested  Mr.  G.  J.    Widdicombe,    who  in  j.61 ������., was appointed by Lord Hannen  to be Clerk of the Rules and Orders  of the Probate and Divorce Bivision,  has just retired.  One of his stories relates to the only  occasion on which Lord Hannen was  known to have been hoaxed.  Among the jury called to hear a  certain case was a man dressed in  deep mourning. "Before the case began he rose in his place and begged  Lord Hannen that he might be excused  from service on the jury as he was  deeply interested hi a gentleman's  funeral and specially desired to be  I present.  The judge was touched by the man's  evident grief. Certainly, he said*  you may go!  After the man had left the court,  Mr. Widdicombe whispered to his  lordship: Do you know who that man  Is?  No. replied the judge, a little surprised.  He is the undertaker! Mr. Widdicombe explained.  Getting 'em for the Kernel  Some time back a certain colonel's  gardener was going through the woods  belonging to his employer, when he  saw a man busy gathering nuts.  As the colonel had given strict orders that no one was to be allowed to  pick the nuts that year, as had hitherto  been the case, the gardener said to the  man:  You'll have to clear out of this; I've  got orders to keep all those nuts for  the colonel. He wants them for  Christmas.  It's all r.lght, replied the man; that's  what I'm getting 'em for.  Satisfied by the answer, the gardener passed on.  Meeting the same man a week after  the occurrence he said:  Look here; you were not getting  those nuts for the colonel at all.  I tell you I was, was the emphatic  reply.  But I know better. The colonel  told me that he gave neither you nor  anybody else any authority.  Well, I know jolly well I was' getting  them for the kernel; I .dn't want  the shells.  his  tha  Then the Fun Started  It was not an important case,  but when at last, there stepped  into the box a diminutive, out-at-the  elbows youth, th,e pleader thought bi������  chance had come'  You say you are. fifteen? Have vou  any occupation of any kind?  No.      And the youth    shook  bead.  You just loaf about���������stand at  corner of the street, and so on,?  That's about all, mister.  What does your father do?  Feyther?     Nowt much.  Doesn't he do anything to help to  keep the family?  Sometimes. 'E get :\u odd job  now and again like.  Ah! The young barrister smiled. As  a matter of fact, your father ie a lazy,  worthless, good-for-nothing idleri*  Ah dunno! drawled out the youth.  Meybe 'e is, mebbe "a isn't. Anyway,  you can ask him. 'E's sittin* thero  on the jury.  REST AMD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND 8MIL9.  Mrs. Wins*low's Soothing Syrup lias bees  used for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS o<  MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILB  TEETHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It  SdOTHES the CHILD, "SOFTENS the GUMS,  ALLAYS all PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, and  is the best remedy for DIaRRHCEA. It is absolutely harmless. Be sure and ask for "Mrs,  WinsloAv's soothing Syrup," and take, ao Other  kind.   Twenty-five cents a bottle.  Hnro v.'ould vou like to be our Sellinc  Agents   and  make BIQ MONEY in B  your Spare Hours ? |  We have the Goods t  Send   Post Card to-day  for particulars, and "Get into Business."  M. O. Dept. P. O. Box 1256, Montreal, Can. ������  Room   for   ln--provement  Mr. Sevmnur Tllfkn. who with Miss  -llnllno Torrls, is at the London Coliseum in n sketch ovor tho holiday Reason, has boon tolling this story of ono  of his early Rtngf experiences.  The heroine, whose noting was very,  verv hnd, was sunposed to b<> nn invalid, and Mr. Tltr-v* plavrd the part  .,f ihe doctor attending V.nr. In ono  ot the Hoen"H unotlH-r c'l-ir.ic'pr, ro-  f������'**rinct to the heroine, nsited him,  "D.icU)'. js   ih'-).-  .uiiv  hope?"  To -which Mr. Tlioks ronllod: She  will Im hotter In the 'spring.  We   'opo   to   'onvon   ttho   will,   nrnv*-  i nor',   camo   a   difiinul   voice   from   tho  .ilii'i-y.  ������������������'-.oTiif men will t'-ll Hv Un*'"- o* divy  hv tlu> Run. nnd i*"ino woiwn toll tho  time of night by the son.  In Ratroapect  V.'r l.i'U MiMiit  th<' modern d*iyn  ,*������,*!  nut   them ori thf������ ruck.  Hut  tlicf'c will hi- tho good obi tlmo*-  When -wi'   Hi'  lool'lii!"-  hiii'lt.  Mclhoiiriii-.   --    I'roliliitfirlf!    human  fooi-pi lulu    l>.i\������*   lii-i-n   ui--i'uvi-i fii    lu  i t'lali,'.   <>r   I'liiidHiiuie   In   a   ipi'irry   ut  ��������� <A':ifrh:imbo������il.   Atiniriillu.    Their   nr.u  ' h; i".;Um*'t.'d nt r,o,000 yi'imi.  -3 (WW*. _ box ar a\x box*--* ror J2.50,  \\ at -all aaalarm, :>r lh������ oounu iviaai-,  kj e(*>������ Company.  Umlt*������i,    Toronto,'  B Can--*.              W.  N.  U. 035  1 ii.i ������'iii_>   .nm.  doing thoir duly  pll'-b'llll     OIK'    f'H'  Nobody   lovcM  f:.ct doonn't cure  Ih  wheii  It   In 1111  lli.'i   .',!!*'T   fellow  ������������������it-  Corns aro caused by the pressure of  tight, boots, but no one need bo  troubled with thom long whon so simple a remedy as Holloway's Corn Curo>  is available. _____������������������_  Not a Complement  I Know that. I am ugly, and that, a?  a general thing, the girls do not ad  mlro mo. said Our de "mit.'i:  but. he  added. Miss Birdie McOlnis paid mo a  vory hlfih compllmont last evening at  'ho hall ,    4,   a������     1    1  How did sho como to do that? askod  ponnybunkor cynically.  I  don't, know  how  It camo about.  She usually puts mn titth or simi on  hor list of dancPB, but- last, night ������'-  put mo down for the vory flrft danoo  I know she did, replied ponnybunkor.  I linked hor what sho meant hy cueh  eccentricity, nhd sho said that ah.;  dnncod tho first dance with you to got  you off hor mind, ho tbat sho snnld  enjoy herselr for the rout ot tho oven-  ing.  This story wiib being told at ono  of tho roco.iit iuiiioiiltuntl hIioivh.  A rutlift* jolly-lnolclng cofitor wna  wandering round the plK nocMon.  Pointing to ono of tho an I mills ho ro-  mnrked'to 11 fnrmer Btandlng near: ���������  Nloo pig thai!  The   fanner  looked   at.  him   scorn-  rully. .     a      1    .    1  m-^it ynu know    nbout    pigs!    ho  p.omment.xl.  , (Jam! I'i'torted the ''outer. net yer  I five hot) I ran gueMH 'ih vi-ighi uh i.d.h  'im you enn.  ,     Don.-, Miiid ih.' funnel  promptly.  Well,   whnt   '*'*   you   sny   'n   weighs.'  the eoi'ter iiwt-e.l.  I     Twentv   stone,   replied   the   farmer  I  Will"    lOIIIIIK'IMi'.  ,      ..-..      ...,..,,.   ..mtimftt l   miv   twenlv  ,4.10'ne. too! an' that's nn near nu you.  ,,0 I  win.  Funny that a boy will tell hia sister  all about bis love affairs, while a girl  always tells another girl.  rVI-D-MT----  UU/UUILTS-tliV  DCAI  u-unij  BCTATI7  u-imu  INVESTMENTS  Write us for information concerning our two Winnipeg Subdivision*  "Deer Lodge Subdivision'* ��������� the  finest property in the West end, and  "Woodlawn" situated to the south  east.     We guarantee profits.  The publisher of tbo best Farmer's  paper In the Maritime Provinces in  writing to us states:  "I would say that I do not know of  Divorces bucht to como alone with Ift mo*Vc*ne that has stood the te t of  invorces ougiu to como aiong wim |tlme  ]nrQ  MTI-ATiTYS  i.tmimwm-    Tf  tho tltleH that American men of monoy  buy for thoir ambitious daughters.  It la noticeable that tho prosent  craze Tor old time things doesn't lead  any girl into run hi tig talk.v candleB  and making soft soap.  Mrs. Casey���������Ylstorday "waa Mrs.  Maloiioy'o birthday, and hor hiiBband  gave hor a silver teapot.  Mm. Murphy-���������Solid?  Mrp. Cnnoy���������Sure, ynu'rn joking.  How could she put tea in lt if It wero  solid?  time like MINARD'S LINIMENT. It  has boon nn unfailing remedy In our  household over since I can remember,  nnd has outlivod dozens of would-be  competitors and Imitators.  STEWART & WALKER,  LTD.  Sterling Bank Bldfj , Winnipeg.  Proud Mother���������Such onormoun sums  that wo'vo spout on doar Clara's volco.  Sympathetic Vinltoi���������And you can  roally do nothing for it?  a   l-roiiol  Iilm.  hut   that  Anybody can wear a eiimpulfjn but-  i'liii.  but  It la tfio  vote that   count--.  Chapped llnudsi  Wau't Botiitr  Yon  if   instead  of  soap you iu.c  SNAP, the  original luuul  .,........  un....I...,  SNAP con-  tr'.hvino'lyf-r  neids, but t;lycoiiiie and neutral  oiln which keep lhe nklu iimooth  and in nplendid ������;������,niliiloii.  Trv SNAP for a week und notice  the difi'crcooe. A'l  tf**       "ffl_, Jf Uii F   T*.  W____ _1    ___    _l _**   __a k__uu^^  5 1N a r  unlet fi���������m sum ilml-i t-i- .t.i f.   f#*������ i'iiUi'WI".  What the Bachelor Mlaood  A. banhelor old mil nhuky sat all alono  in hia room,  His toes with    out wero aching, hia  faco all covered \yltli gloom.  No medical aid was lucking; tho servants attended bin ring,  Tie-fipofttfully   hoard   his   orders,   nnd  obliged him in everything.  Tint there wnn one, thin**; wanting���������om*������  thing ho could not command,  The kindly look, the gontlo tone, tho  touch of a loving hand.  4������,nd he 'said, .iri hla brow grow darker,  mid he rnnp; for bin blrellnp; ���������nun*.'--,  Marrlngo may bo a fall lira, but tills lo  a jolly night worno!  GENUINE INVESTMENTS  We will soil for a short while a few  Iota left In Southwood Park (to clone  out n syndicate) nt prlcnn hnlow what  adjotnlni; lotn aro  HoUtnec at today;  Asphalt pavomont. troed lots, cloatt  to car, botweon Winnipeg and now  aii-rlouHural coUoro und University  alto, abHolutoly oafo and a uood profit jiHUurod.  Wrlto ub at once.  PACE? HARRISON  &  MILLAR  303  Keewayden  Btdfl.,  Portuoo Ave., Euiit  Wlnnlpa**  1  MALE HELP WANTED  WOULD YOU UKW TO t-IDARN TUB  Bloctt broltlnc bunlncsnT I mnnt a. ll������������  umbltlouH rnprAHcntatlvit In ������v������ry cits'  nnd town to handto ntookn, bonds an_  inoitBaKcn; appllcilnt munt fui-nlnh ref������r-  enc*H and havo from J100 to |B00 peraoN*  111 capital. Wrlto or call M. R. ICdga/  *-. Co.,  S4 viotortn  Htr������o������, Toronto.  Cullnnry Flattery  Nlco.���������Several hotel proprietors at  Nlco and Men ton 0, to Hatter their  Ciermnn vlsltora, aro nerving a pudding  a In Bedim, a circumstance which  has drawn a protunt from uomo of tho  Pnrli! journals.  Tlioro's no rent for tho wonry, but  then who rarer, aa long a:s thoro'.* a  crowd at the social?  Tie young while you can: you'll havo  have hard enough work trying 10 Do  jyomu,*,   .vinii juii  <;.,.,; i..  When wo havo to work only four  houni a day, think of all the tlmo  we'll havo to mako chicken coops.  AGENTS WANTED  Wanted���������AgontB tor Hall and Wind"  ntorm Insurance.     Apply Tho Canada  Weather 1mmrun00 Company, (Doraln������  ion Ucoiiho), Winnipeg, Man.  In ������������������.oainiifc' war time humors, a veteran recently remarked that onllutod  men n'ood hy ono minther .noat. hand'  nomoly.  Vory lii|-enlonnly, too. ho wont an.  I rem ember one day our caption���������n  regular���������askod Sergeant Portor about  bin target practice.  How nro your men coming along,  uergoant? ho aukod.  SVClk,     >.,A|,l.Alll,     Al.l.li     LUIU,|,      t.lbAA     AA^A  air of great prldo, my mon shot woll  today, vory woll, hut they would havn  fihot hotter pnrhnpn, If thn tarpol. had  ctood a Httlo more to thy loft., THE    CRESTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON.    B. C.  -a--' ---j -g *^i ���������* ���������       ���������������^iwi  ��������� ���������  ���������   i **    -T"        i *f    ������     ~*������  til  ���������'i'Jfd$  j&m*sa*m  '���������-_  THE PANAMA POLICY  SENATOR ROOT ATTACKS STAND  -CO !><-������,���������������  BAY  TERM^IAU STILL  IN  DOUBT  Actual Superiority of Pom. **elsos*N is  not yet Finally Established  Ottawa. ~- Notwithstanding earlier  /statements to the contrary ������??one of  Is Vigorous4n His Denunciation cf At-[them made by^Hon. r rank Cochrane  *i* :-i *������_- m.uah c*,*.,- i��������� ������������������,������ himself, that Port Nelson had oeen  tltude of the United States In the ; finally determined upon as the ter-  Canai Controversy���������Refusal to Ar-Jminug Qf tne Hudson Bay Railway, a  bitrate would Proclaim Country In- .'��������� decision in this terminal question will  different to National Honor. not be reached untitthe report of H.  ������7o���������i,i-������f������n      G-hoii -oTa, inform tho.   R* Hazen, chief engineer of the road.  ^-__1!_-_Si ������_?S"������_5- iSkj~-!^������*-^.j~*������f!������  YEIBS TO THE VICTORS!  OTTOMAN   EMPIRE   DECIDES  ACCEPT PROPOSALS  to its agreements, false to its pledged  words. Shall we have it made  known tbe. world .'over that you must  look out for the United States, or it  will get the advantage of you? That  it is astute,  cunning,  slippery? f  With this vigorous denunciation of  the attitude of this country in the  Panama canal controversy with Great  Britain, Senator Elihu Root closed a  two-hours' speech in the senate with  an appeal for the submission of the  Panama question to arbitration, or the  repeal of that section of the canal  law that would give free passage to  American coastwise ships.  Speaking from the experience of a  member of President Roosevelt's cabinet when tbe Panama canal zone  was' purchased, and when over 25 ar-  MAY OWN HISTONiC SPOTS  Premier Declares in Favor ������f Nation-  TO.|      al Ownership of Famous Sites  Ottawa, Onf.���������That there    h������i������    already been some  consideration of a  Grand Council Finally Agrees to De-'large scheme by which historic sp*>ts  mands of the Allies in Order to Se-  throughout .both .eastern and western  cure Peapa���������Question of Indemnity , Canada should  bocome national pre  ed at that time that tbe statistical po- !T!IS  S'ition of wheat over the world would! lll&j  turn in tlie buyers' favor as it has now  begun to do, and as it will continue to  do if our opinion of the situation Is  correct. The political situation in  Europe    seems    for    the    time    be-  C'T1M|%'|V  LESSON V���������FIRST QUARTER FOft  FEB. 2, 1913  ing to be set aside as a market factor, I Text of the Lesson, Gen. vj. 3-12; vi!������  but it may loom up any day again, j  and camnot be considered out of the  way until the   Balkan-Turkish   affairs <  are definitely settled.      Por the near  future there does not seem to us any-  nitration treaties were made with for  eign nations, Senator Root delivere-J  the most vigorous attack.on the present attitude of the United States that  \has been heard since the Panama,  controversy arose.  It became known, following the  eenaitor'a address, that Senator Bran-  degee, chairman of the inter-oceanic  canals committee, will call a meeting  within a few days to take up Senator  Root's amendment for the repeal of the  free-toll provisions. Led by Senator-  Root and Brandegee, both of whom  opposed the' original passage of this  provision, a determined effort will he  made at this session of congress to  -hange tihe law before it goes into  effect at the canal, so that the cause  of the dispute with Great Britain will  Yet to be  Settled, and there  may  be still Weeks.of Negotiations.  Constantinople.���������Tumey   has   submitted to the will of the.powers. The, the government to take over the re  This information comes from the Department of Railways.  Mr. Hazen, who has been investigating conditions at both Port Nelson  and Port Churchill since last July, is  now on' his way to Winnipeg, and  from Winnipeg he will come direct to  Ottawa. He is expected here in  about a month.  At the department it is stated that  though Mr. Cochrane Had declared  Port Nelson to be the choice, he Is  still open to conviction in favor of  Fori Churchill If the results of Mr.  Hazen's first hand expert investigation should be such as to warrant a  change. Prom the standpoint of cost  of construction Port Nelson is understood to have the advantage over  Fort Churchill as a terminal possibility, but the question as to the super- ,  iority of barber facilities at the two j ed   nation luey   spea^ ������'   ���������v i quicKly as possible.      She    will    be \ week "the visible supply in ������he United  points seems to be in some doubt. ���������������'V������^S*"������  !ln���������!t !mH to the  christened H. M.S.  Malay;    her   dfs-j States increased 637,000 bua. conrpar-  It is generally understood here that   minimum is an amount equ������*l to t_e|^������_* = ^  __sii  ^_  .v.../ionA(1 * i .J _,..,_ _ ���������     .0   ��������� ��������������������������� ������������������   a...~  so far construction upon tho bay line | Turkish debts  attached to the tern-  11-24���������Memory Verses, den. vii, 12-  14���������Golden Text, Rom. vi. 23���������  Commentary Prepared by ftev. B.  Nl. Stearns.    ,  perty. as one means of marking the  centenary of peace, was intimated by  Premier Borden In receiving an east-        . . JS J^m^totoS* ^Shthaekre- I^F^ Z.  T86 any fSher "'I    In the end of chapter iv we see tbe  Grand Council for the Ottoman Empire I mains of old Fort Maiden at Amherst-  T^V-ir *      values, except it comes 1 descendants of Cain getting on in the  decided in favor of accenting the pro- burg on the Detroit river. from b������������������sh sentiment on tbe part of 1 worid, building cities, inventing mua-  posals of Europe for a peace settle-      The Premier pointed out tbat in ad- ^^^^*^���������^J\T^t* ^'JSS.-S  ical instruments, wori  ment Between Turkey auu the BalkanUition to the more generally known S^eft^I^*J^ J^XT  allies* . historic spots in eastern Canada, there   toJJ^ISv,?* t!������Kt������^S  The Grand Council    aporoved    the j were also otbers in western Canada   ,Thls w?uld not.!w *"-* ll} !*e * *<* ������f I-w. m, _������������������_0  ���������.   Government's point of view, declared that, in days to come, would have ad- ^C1^sllff Bu.PP|1'*s and visa Die sttocKs outcoUie of such disobedience is seen  its confidence in the sentiments of _ed significance, and that now was a , "*? ume ��������� *������e X^l' wll,en. as a in chapter vi, 5. 12: All flesh had cor-  equity voiced by the great powers, the time when action to the end of ���������"Liw *���������tiZ*. ?, ������,till TTfLf^ ' ruvtea his way upon the earth. In  and expressed the wish tc see their acquiring them would he wise. jje as spnng emerges^ironi winter, 11 wm- cj3apAeri'v we see the n_a 0f Abel or-  promises and proposed assistance ef-, expressed his sympathy with the idea ���������irJ���������t?aI P^sPee*������ sn������i!*? **h^e ������j;  actively realised. .        'of preserving _ ��������� an object lesson to] SSS^S^te^^a^S^^  king in brass aust  iron and improving things generally,  but not with the blessing of the Lord,  nor any acknowledgment-of Him? The  ..LAVtsAJ     AVM.AAA.~VA* V4A       111 OOCJ  VlUg       i. .A      O.IX       -AJJC^t-      17DDII11       I.U    !     ..,, j. , ,        . ,    *.,.     It also asked the    Government    to   future generations, the places where   d*fon through winter killing or some  exert all its efforts to ensure iu the   historic happenings had taken place. ���������otheT cause' pnces would   easily   ad"  future t'ne sa ety of the country and ,  vance on the presumption   that   that  ...   . ���������     =������ ..  .     ~ j      j   l   i vieid would be   decreased.       In   tbe  the  development of its  economic in-, Dreadnoueht for  Britain  Ordered   by   ^eantiirie we find SUppltes increa_tag. iiwl*h.God   /Gen   v   22   24* vi   9,   but  terests. Msiav ������������������_#.������*-_ *!In the united States the primary move-! W1"D ^oa' (t*eii' v' ^' -   ' V1- *>-* 'V11*  Setb, who took Abel's place ������s a progenitor of the race, but there is nothing written of any of them on the  line of world improvement. It ia  written of Enoch, the seventh from  [Adam, and of Noah that they walked  One crucial point of difference remains to be settled on the question of;  Malay States  London.  The  superdreadnoucht; ment continues on a Surprisingly large  what'it cost them to do so and the  worldliness which they condemned by  "ndemaTty" The^alTl'M^pro.^" to'the Malay States are "presenting the ! scale considering ���������ie very" l_r_e and I woHdJiness wnicn tney^conuemnca oy  l^m?1^_Y...1^..^L1ie.s������������������P^r5;r&gA������ | British navy, will be ordered immed-1 free movement that' has liken place   ���������������?*���������* lives and their testimony may be  ������200 -! iately and construction    finished    stS i during   the   last six   months.      Last 1 inferred   from. Aiuae  14-lt������   ana   Heb,  So it went on, the godly few and the  ungodly crowd, for about 1,600 years  has been very slow. Weather conditions and other obstacles have been  making trouble.  Business in Southern Alberta  Lei-onage, _.lta.���������Tne lumber interests 01 j-.-.tisii -olumuia iia.ve been  manaug exieuaivo plans lo invaue tue  boutiiern -.loeita anu s>as_aicaewaa  teiritories, and the aunou-ueineiu is  maue tbat me Tixiudle v\ est number  co*. of v ancouver, ot which Mr. Jtieup.  the Vancouver millionaire is uie heau.  has bought tue yaras aud interests of  David IvicMiilan, at \v arner* involving $25,000, and also another yard at  Maple Creek, Sask. The company  contemplates establishing still another  yard at Macleod this spring if business there warrants.  Blairmore is to have a $10,000 brick  bonded warehouse, - two stories in  height, with concrete basement, and  equipped with two large elevators, operating from basement to the top  story. Work is to commence a*1 *he  opening of  spring,   and the  building  tories which they will annex under the  treaty.  The Turks are likely to contest the  She    will    lay;    her . . _      _     ^  placement will be about 29,000 tons, j ed with a decrease   of   2,238,000   bus.  a considerable advance on the Orion  class   and  her  main  armament  will  ! consist   of   eight,  of   the   new   fifteen  Senator Root declared the United  States would violate all of its -pledges  and promises to the world; would be  guilty of false pretences in its ad- j  vocacy of general arbitration, " and  would proclaim itself indifferent to national honor and integrity if it refused to submit to arbitration or to  retreat from the unjust position it had  ta-en. . .   .  He declared free coastwise tolls to  American ships were Illegal, unless tbo  same concessions were made to foreign shins. The claim that the  "United States had domestic rights ove>*  tbe canal, because it owned the canal  zone, constituted a violation o* *..o  express guarantee of the United States  to Great Britain, he said.  It is not our territory except in  trust, he declared. Treaty or no  treaty, we have long Insisted that the  nations of Central America bad no  fight to debar the world from its right  ������f passage across the isthmus.  Upon   _        that we based the justice of our entire j there has not been a sufficient milk  indemnity stronglv. and tbe bankrupt j inch guns and a particularly strong an-  condition of their country    furnishes i ti-torpedo  armament,  placed in arm-  them with a potent argument for an I ored positions,  appeal to the powers.        Tbe    negotiations over the settlement of minor  questions and for the, takiu_ ove   of  the  eon-iuered  provinces  will occupy  a considerable time and    it   will    be  some weeks before the treaty is signed.  M. Novakovitch, the ex-premier of  Servia. said:  The Turks seem finally to have recovered the faculty of reasoning, but  why today instead of six Weeks ago.  as they must pay for what our six  armies have been costing lis all this  time? W? have not yet set down  figures for the indemnity but we have  practically decided on what basis it  is to be calculated aud hu-v k Is to  be divided among the allies.  Each Balkan state will take as a  basis the number'of soldiers it put in  the field; averaging tbe cost of each  Melbourne.���������William Ilton, an inmate of the Hospital for Incurables at  Heidelberg, Australia, after being paralyzed, blind, deaf and dumb for twenty-five years, has suddenly recovered.  his faculties.        "--    '  THE MARKET REPORT  Weekly Grain Letter Supplied by  Thompson, Son'.*. & Co., Grain Merchants, Winnipeg.  will be ready for occupancy by May ! soldier  during the time the country  1st. It will be the only modern  bonded warehouse in the Crows' Nest  Pass. Murphy & Prayer Co., Limited, are behind the project, and the  site chosen is close to the C.P.R.  tracks.  Tbe Magrath crervmerv    *s    tt>    be  opened early in February, and rn expert butter maker has been arranged !     ^r-   ,Ji*1  for through the Dominion government. delegation,  j -   ������a 1 j -i���������A������.       ti,��������� ���������������mm. 1'wn  was on a war footing.  The sooner Turkey concludes pea"e.  the less sbe wtll have to pay. The  powers must help us in this question  also, as the indemnity will be to ptiy  the share of the Ottoman debt setting  upon us proportionately to the territories we aequire.  Dr? Daneff, brad of the Bulgarian  e^nressed      sati^focti^n  Winnipeg, Jan. 21.���������The recent advance in wheat prices which began  about December 10th and crept gradually upw_rd' uhta1 it had attained an  advance of ;6c. $0 6%c. from the low  point, culminated on the 15th inst.  Since then there has been a decline of  iy4fi.i to l'&c and today a reaction  r>f %c. to %c. which brings prices  to about %c. to lc. under the closing  prices of a week ago. While there  ���������has continued to be a healthy demand  for cash wheat and for flour, the de-  same week last year, and a decrease  of 1,186,000 bus. in 1911.    The aggregate United States visible is now 66.-  824,000 bus., against 64,872,000 bus. a  year a,go, and 42,101,000 bus. in 1911.  The world's shipment*-, of breadstuffs  from exporiting to importing countries  Last week were 11,520.000 bus. against  8.096,000 bus.   same weak last    year,  and the quantity on passage increased  2,504,000      bus.       for      tbe      week  which makes the total on ocean passage 29,296,000 bus. against 28,536,000  bus. a year ago.     The world's visible  supply according to   Bradstreets   decreased last week 1,324,000 bus., but  for the saone week a year ago the decrease wa.s 8,132,000 bus. The Argentine new crop and also the Australian  new  crop  are  now  beginning  to be  shipped liberally  and  as  these  shipments are on the ocean froru sIjv weeks  to  three  months  and     even    longer  they will begin to swell out the quantity on passage.      Australia is a lit  until the time of our lesson? when God  saw that, tbe wickedness of man was  great in the earth and every imagination of the thoughts of his heart wan  only evil continually.     He was there-a  fore compelled to change His method  with man. remove the race .frem? the.  earth and begin anew with Noah andi  his family..      God never  repent?  in.  the sense of changing His mind about  anything, for "known unto God-are &lh  His works from the beginning of the.  world" (Num. xxiii, 19; Acts xv, 18).  We change our minds and then act dlf-.  ferently.      God at certain times, be-_  fore appointed, takes* a different line,,  of action, but always knew that Hq.  would.  These.turnings in His Biode of: pro-_  cedure ire spoken of .as His re_ent-,  ings (chapter vi, 6). Nothing .has,  ever taken place oa earth or eve-*."'v;ll!i  take place that God has not forgeen,  from all eternity and. prepare, 550% and;  I the end He has in view He w^% sure-.  tie slower in beginning to ship than I iy"reach Vn Hi! Umeand "way in spite.  a   vsar   _s-o   hnt   th*    Arwr.tino   i*   s I o������  the  dev}1   and  alJ  Wg   demous   au(j  his hosts of human followers. As vf  was in these first centuries so it has  bpen ever since and will h^ *ill tho  kingdom comes. The world lieth in  the wicked one, who is the -**ince and  a year ago but the Argentine l  month earlier. Both countries have  produced larger crops than last year,  especially the Argentine, and quality and natural weight of  the grain  is very satis-factory  figures which we take  following  agricultural department.     The creamery has   first   class   machinery,   but  action. Which Tesulted in our having  t3ie canal zone.  The United States had preached arbitration for years. Senator Root declared, and had besought the nations  ef t_.e world, in season and out of season, to enter into arbitration agreements for the settlement of all disputes.  Are we Pharisees? he cried. Have  we been insincere and false? Have  we been pretending In all these long  years of declaration? Are we ready  now to admit that our country, through  its presidents and congresses, bus  been guilty of false pretences, of humbug, of talking to the galleries, of  ���������uttering fine words to secure applause?  The instant that an interest is at  ���������stake, we propose to falsify every declaration, every oromise. by the arrogant insistence that, we alone oan determine the Interpretation of this  treaty; that we wijl refuse to abide  by the treaty.  And is the gamo worth the *v*.nd!e?  is it worth our whilte to remain in a.  position, to maintain which we may  be driven to repudiate our principles,  our professions, and our agreements,  for the puTpos^ of conferring a money  benefit at the expense of the treasury of the United States on the most  -lgihly and absolutely protected industry 1n the United States���������our coastwise shipping?  supply to warrant an earlier r���������nihg  of the plant. There is now a visible  supply of milk in sight, due to the increase in mixed farming in that vicinity, and the company has harvested a large supp'.y of ice for next season's business. John J. Gibb has  been elected pres'dent of tbe association and 1. C. Fletcher  treasurer.  mand is of smaller volume    than    it  was, and the    trade    in    the    actual i very   interesting  to   the   grain   trade  wheat  would  rather have  tended  to I general Iv.    The figures are compiled  keep, prices down, but a bullish sent-1 from official sources so far as praoti-  , iment  has   possessed   a   majority   of j cable and are no doubt as nearly cor-  en  con Tabulated on  the  nrobsM.e (traders in the speculative markets, and   rect as it is possible to have them:  ice settlement, but be was of the | speculative   buying   has      been    the 1 The World's Wheat Cro_  means of advancing price������. It has  been a perfectly natural reaction from  the long decline during the fall months  in whioh prices were probably carried  below the level warranted by the general situation. For be it remembered  that at the beginning of December,  neither tbe Argentine nor the Australian crops were assured a������ they are  today, neither could it be demonstrat-  . - ..,   T. .���������    ...    -,.     fro?l, "^"ri-od-of this world?    Tn matters p-Iit-  busohsLiet'  giving the world's wheat  ,    ,   commercial and religious he is  Tk*nnrtll-nTl**ri,T*i     Tn*    TlSzi     l*w������t+     rtli*kt     -������f_>������������*M     r*-*>n.    ! *  production for the last eight years are  pe^i  o-oinion  that   the  negotiations   would  drag along for several weeks more  Calcutta.���������A dozen brigands with  axes broke into and looted.the house  of Horgahind Pande, at Iberia. Bengal, and, after pulling out the teeth  of the owner, made off with several  hundred pounds' worth of 3ewels and  other property  The World's Wheat Crop  1912-~3,925,272,000 bushels  1911���������3,681,488,000 bushels  1910���������3,768,176,000 bushels  1909���������3,751,760,000 bushels  1908���������3,300,472,000 bushels  1907���������3,250,528,000 bushels  1906���������3,509,120,000 bushels  1905���������3,491,704,000 bushels  HELEN GOULD HAS SIMPLE WEDDING  Famous Philanthropist Becomes Bride  of Flnley J Shepard  Now York.���������In the presence of seventy five relatives and friends gathered In the spacious and flower bedecked parlor of Lyndhurst at Irving-  ton-on-the-HudBon, Miss Helen Miller Gould, daughter of tho 1at_ .lay  Gould, admired or; belovod by thou-  eands of persons whom sho hns befriended, hooanio the brldo of Flnley  READY MADE COLONY SCHElVIE  Suggested to Form a Cor->p5ete Colony  in New Ontario for Eiind Alley  Workers  London.���������During the last two years  there have been outlined possibly a  dozen schemes to colonize New Ontario, originating in this country.  Most of-them have come to nothing,  probably for the reason that those  I who advanced them failed to grasp  the difficulties to be overcome.  The latest scheme put forward is  to iicquire a tract'of land ir. that district; get all the rough work done by  contract, and settle a colony of young  men of 18 or fo under sunerlnten^ents  thoroughly familiar with* conditions  thero. Tt. is proposed to form at one  step a complete township with church,  ���������doctor nnd all the requirements of a  new settlement.  Prominent educationalists are taking the matter in hand; mon who believe that wo have ln our blind alley  workers a problem of first. *lmnoit-  nnee. It Is paid that in London alone  there are 100,000 youths working as  golf eaddlen. mospongcrs and at similar work which does not offer a future.  DEFENDS   U.S.   NAVY  Remarks In Canadian Mouse Arouses  Comment In Washington  i    Washington, D.C.���������Groat    lndtgna-  _..._,.   ..���������,.������������������... .....   .-. I tlon has boon created In Washington  J   ShoSar    eao 0, rropr-senlativo'of   ^ tho s������1&cch oi Mlljor Sl,m s,,ur������e'  inn   Mk������nll   Pno On   nnllrnnl     wLn, I ���������������   tll������  H������������Be  0f  Commons  at  OttllWU,  mul mi? ������, th������ ������������ StinJ mil ! t������ <"������ *ff������ct ���������������t f������w native American--  inroad wreck *xolUnB momcnta ol a j sign for tho navy, and that thoso who  Simplicity wan tho dominant, nolo ' do uro (,0Bp0���������tn--no    KOod    8������dully'  ot tho wedding ceremony, and the  great Iioubo, which might havo boon  crowded with frlondo, who would have  boon gliid U> huvo honored Iho brldo.  pave admission only to the limited  ���������number of rolntlvoB and most tr.tlmuto  f rlonds.  Following Uu* woildliig, Mr. and  Mrs. Shepard remained at Lyndhurst.  and will bo thoro for a wook, after  which they will roslde In Now York  until eurly In Fohrunry, whon thev  will leuvo for a lour of Eurouo.  Lived by Stealing Cats  Toklo.��������� Suoklohl Shlndo, who wan  arrested in Toklo with llvo cats in  hla pocket, ntatod that since last August ho had docoyod I.70 cuts from their  homos by ukhiuh of cols' heads, making a good 11'ing by tho aule of tho  nlilns of Uio oa*a.  London.���������A fujul Is being ralacd for  :torat!on ������f Lincoln  ���������"���������������������������th'*"'r*'t  morally or othorwlso. and finally that  tho navy becomes a homo for destitutes and moral dogoiioralos and deserters from foreign uhlus.  The speech of .Major Sharpo whs tlu  topic of conversation In the Army and  Navy Club, where the members were  vigorous in 0lmraet.0rl7.lng Major  Sharpo as either uninformed or clo.'  mnll'-louH. Admiral Dowoy, hero of  Manila Bay. took occasion to nay, that  the men or the United States navy  wero of the highest elm.actor, morally and physically, and Unit they were  a credit to Uu-  United Sui.':'.  The report for the last fiscal year  Hliows that 06.25 per cent, of the  mon In thn Amorlean navy wero Amor-  Icim citizens, nnd 90.20 p.->r oont, of all  tho enlisted'force woro American born.  Object to Sample  Market  Calvary, Altn.���������At the annual convention of the United Parmers' of Al-  Thesse figures _o a lojig wa^ to explain why we have had high prices  for Wiu-sat is th  the   leader,   and   the   crowds   unconsciously follow him.  Those who believe and follow Jesu^  Christ are about like Noah and hlq  family compared with the multitudes^ *  This! ark which Noah builded was to,  preserve all who were in it, Joche-.  bed's ark was to preserve the babe,  she placed in it. The ark c    the,  covenant was to preserve the tables,  of testimony. These are the three  arks of Scripture and all suggestive-  of our Lord Jesus Christ, in whom  alone there is safety. As In the-  story of Cain and Abel, he who ac-  c6p<-S vxOu s way ,s aocepi-eu, .ajUv aaao.  ,.    1..4    0.     --   lAUC     .U,QA    IVU.      Jf dcXA O ,  rejector is rejected. The people who,  helped Noali to build the ark knew  high prices are the result of the sunall j all about the ark, but all perished who  world's crops of . wheat in- 1907 and )were not in the ark. A good fcnow-  1908. Patten's wheat corner came j iedge of the Bible will not avail, nor  in the spring and summer of 1909 when j fl know!-^dir_'of God's ninn ->r enivntlnn  prices in the United Slates ran from  nor a knowledge about God and Christ,  130c. to 160c. per bus. The larger  crops in 1909 and 1910 had to replenish depleted stocks, and provide for  the natural increase in wheat requirements, and then the crop of 1911 while  The sinner must receive Christ or  truly come to Him and take refuge in  Him. God Himself and He alone  was the architect of Noah's ark and  of Moses' tabernacle and of the tero������  SSy������������ ^fVi  T  ha" th+? CTOPS 0t' Pie of Solomon.    They had only to  the two previous years in the aggregate, saw a large shortage in o.*her  kinds of grains besides potatoes and  root crops, In the United States and in  Europe, and there is no doubt that  wheat had to be used in large quantities in place of other food stuffs.  Tblis brings us to the 1912 crop, the  largest 011 record, and It is accompanied by abundant yields of al'. othor  crops, especially on the American  continent both North and South. Wo  believe reasonably higher prices would  be for the general benefit, and we  \ Would like to see thom, but the study  ' and consideration of these things do  not Beom to give good grounds for the  expectation of any important advance,  except It comes from lessening crop  prospects later on. The most we  can hope for at present Is that values  may not recede much froni/ present  level,  and  we don't,  think  they will.  go by the plan. Salvation is of the  Lord from start to finish, and the only  thing we can do and that God asks  of us is accept what He has provided  without cjuestion. Notice the great  invitation in chapter vii^ 1: Come thou  and all thy house into the ark.  The Lord must therefore havo been  the first in the ark, and then He call*  ed Noah and his family to come to  Him. He said concerning Israel: I  brought you unto Myself (Ex. xlx, 4),  and His word to us is ever: Come unto Mo (Matt, ix, 28). Make a study  of His "comos" from hero to Rov.  xxii, 17. In chapter vii, 16, nolo that  the Lord shut him ln. How Bate,  how restful, shut in with Goi'.J Wo  cannot but think of the words: Your  life Is hid with Christ In Gol (Col.  Hi, ?,,. More than a full yenr was  he shut In (compare chapters v 11, 11;  for while the trade is somewhat, slow-; vl,l> 13> 1'1)> but tho Lor<1 was w,ti*  er than it has 'been lt is still in a;,llm' aml that; *fl tnic prosperity-.(Gen.  good healthy condition. 1 xxxix, 2, 3, 21-23),  In our Winnipeg market the  cash  whaat trade Is good.     In future deliveries on onr option  market, thoro is  a fair trade;   wo think most of the  traders favor the bull side but th^**'  is no largo trading in the pit  crowd   follow   the   eb������-  Unlted   States  *"���������  There hf>*-  |,Vr     *  The perishing of all pee'-'  all living creatures '-  21-23) points *  whore ���������  CHOWFA MAHA VAJIR/WUDH THE    KING C  berta. representing 1-1 ,(������<������'������ farmers or  ��������������������� nlwrndv -11500 Ih available    Tho i Alberta, a rosoluuon   was  piihhoii   un- j uio ttirone 011  ill- death 01 iiiti ia.i.m)i  ffn* *rKSnpS 'S^���������^^^\^������^  P������������.������A.,.,- ngalm.t   t l,n oh. , ,.,   0lilobl ���������   ,���������.,*,   ,,,���������-   wa,   crowned  ihoVllH have bron improved. 1 tabH**hinoni.  of   ..   ������uuipl������   inarKot   In  iUV ^^^____^___  I Western Canada.  I^yndon.���������A firo which broke out. In  n i*h(������ml������t'H nhop at. IphwUiIi wan put  out by tbo proprietor spray lug tho con-1 crowded   that  in   unvu   i-.iiuonu  It'lJlM   Ol    tWO   bil/lAOljAl   Ul    UAJUAA     V������A4.1a,4      UV   I    VlA^iv.      1...VC       Vlmm,        ' '"���������       '   Y     '���������'���������   Xf'm "  DO it. 1 cellars ot tho town hallo.  Geneva.���������SwIhh prisons are ho over-  Chowfn   Mnlui   Viijlraviidh,   born   on 1 from 1903 in 1911 .  January 1, 18H8, oldest son ol the lata   thon studied In I'-hi  King   (Muilalongkorn   I,   mieeoeded   \o | 1 lioinuon;   und.  Litt-  um mi,  ami   Ui   l"in i.,1  III*    WIIH    lllmi   lit    t'otU  iu Di'foiubi'i" of* iho following year.  Ilo haw had a tliorougii woiilitin mlu-  i-'iitlon. Tl*o royal family of Slum  formerly hud' im tutor Sir (then Mr.)  enn-  4 1.   ,  lAUIJlJll      .I.VI....I',     ..-'V.       A ..."       .....  i.,..,!...,,1^.,.  oht>inil'iiUm  uml   iii'i liiinii'ii*  and   v\a.->  .I'l.i'licil   U'i  iiurliiiiii   llKlil   i.il'Hiliy  He  1h   W(dl   read   In  Kl  and   Siamese   literaiuro  , ������. .       ���������.   I-.-  ..  i   f...  [totHireLary  of   Lh't  board   of  education 1 and a'*tor.  lull': Htid 1^ law.wu :ihio  .i������,i.li���������.���������.ii,Mia.-ua,������,i������imiiiiiiiwm;i>ii  Mt*'iiaift������#^tf������^  iMiW������S!Wn������WNWWilW*IWWIM*^^ ������  ims  ������������������glSi'  ttWC  Published eveiy   Ifridiy at Creston, British Columbia, by the Crr-mro Trim-!  n������ ������tiil _*ub iM������ing Uonipany, IA<1.  T-^e Review in the acknowledged Y.dvtrf.ising hiedinm of the Creston vi-lley,  cir  -iida^iunZ.y\ma thousand  homes  throughout,  the Oreston distriot  nnd  _ScbVug out in ������ brond n.a'ui.-'V into other communities. . Our i.dveiw ���������,*    ���������es  ������re bused on ihe'senle Of the Kootenay ii> d Boundary Printers' Biwrd ot in.de.  -"   Land ?nr������ 1    e a .d  nnd lease notices? $7  for sti.Hit.iy  tin...     Dinph-V   ���������.dver  '     Hseuieois il T*r hub per moiitb : o-.hvr advertii-mg 10 cms p. v lire first i-sne  * S^XntK^ Snh8rripfb.ii   inlet*  $* <>0  >.  jwrm  * Veres*, and the welfare of the  ciuiiuiuuily.     Oiiitribntii.iib  must  bo  bnel ..ml  signed. '  ������  ���������Mi'S  B  Lamberton  Editor aud Ma linger, s  W  The Leading  \ Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  We contradict most emphatically  the   statement   which  appears elsewhere iu this issue in regard to the  Review's refusal to publish a report of the Farmer-' Institute's delegate  to Victoria.    The Review has not been asked as yet to publish the Delegate's report of the Conveutiou held at   Victoria  Indeed we are on the contrary very anxious to have   this   report and feel very much hurt that the Delegate has qot seen  fit to present us with his report for publication purpoaes.The  fact is, that the Delegate in question, Mr. Edmond^ou,   came  into our office and asked to have a letter published.   No Editor can answer yes or   uo tosuch a question until that  letter  has been  submitted-for  consideration.   If   the   subject  is   a  proper one and the language used is decent   and   intelligible)  no Editor we thiuk would deny the u?e oi his column'. But  no letter was submitted to us for con������������������.ideratio.i.    in the past  Mr. Edmondson has had lileal use of   the columns   of  this  paper. His letters have dealt principally, almost   exclusively;  with the subject of   municipalization.     We   are    unable   fo-;  reasons given below to entertain anymore   articles   from   his,  p:n on thi- subject.    Failing any information from this gen.'  tleman as to the subject matter of his letter, we naturally inferred* that it dealt with the municipality   question,   and   hisj  request was therefore refused.     So much for the facts relative;  to this incident.  The Review has a statemeu: to  ina_e as to her attitude  OU will make no mistake  when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  I  Our   Guests \  cHnx*.ti  '*_f>&.    /__*���������**_!���������'  ������  B.  Aa#V'_#- T**#*_  J.?J.1xSt CXI I  ii_s_ii4h-#   HI mm J  *-JXin^_-__?CTir7r^^  ' '���������?  ������ ALS Sytup of White  Pine  and Tar  is very   ^  effective. '  Packaged in 25 and 50 cant bottles. JC  Headquarters ior Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  .S Laxacoldy break up a cold in 24 hours-  Does uot contain Quinine.  Sells at 25 cents a package.  *4***** ��������� *_f  I Creston Drug&__ook Co. ������  Phone 51  yriTS  '   ti#  TranQfcr liw.rn -inrl l^md SfahlfiQ I  I  No matter ou what package the  mark   appears, the  i  S-D-a-Hii canned vegetables and fruit have   the QUALI-  iY,    A trial oader will convince \*ou.  Ba_k���������*������4UOB4aac7A m., Ig   .   .ill I iiTrrnmiiw^���������nm������������������������__������������������������,**"' "!' ilff'iW  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  ������  ���������&  i ���������5*g*-_*g*_*g������'6*^  j ���������$                                                   -    - ���������                                   -     ���������            -���������_.-             ��������� X&  I   '$  i e������  &    All class of rUUKOUTS supplied at sborfe notice.    The latest styles of $  |*   CUTTERS aud BUGGIES for saie and hire.    Saddie and pack horses a f|  I                                                          Speciality- |  xii   Feed for sale        Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Co.      Horses for sale ������  #   T nm -oreo-red to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains ������*  m   ~'  ' ^   '                                                                             -. w  *?   nt uny hour cf the day or night.    Commerci-U men and landseekers,  will #?  ������5                                                 receive prompt attention $j  i  a   8    tr\ ��������� &  a     s*% ���������      ^ ������ j^    r^        ^ |  1 n- Di iVIGOrealii. rrOu 1  ���������   .                                                                                                                                                                           *                                             9 ^i-  ���������S' Phone 56                                        Sirdar Avenue                                          Box 14 ������g  v^ii'&%izam^'&^'&.p.^  NOTICE   is   hereby given that an  , application will be made to the Legis-  on Hns occasion and as to her man.l on the municipality J ^^ Aviemh^ of the Prov;nce of  question. The Creston Review aims to bea "news paper.'"* j British Columbia, at its next Session  No news paper in the world will extend the   use   of  its   coljfor an Act to Corporate a Company  , , . ~ I to   construct,   equip,    maintain   and  u mns weeK after week and year after year for discussion or.  any special subject. As a -matter oi principal it could not do  so, or its columns would soou be monopolized and it would  quickly, cease to be a "news paper." Sooner or later, according to the importance oi the subject the Editor's guillotine  will fall iand the curt notice is inserted, "Correspondence ou  this subject must cease". No reasonable person would question such action. It is knDwii as the "Privilege of ihe Press''  and the right is zealously guarded and frequently used in  press circle^, tnroughout the world.     Ever since the  Review  UmA       111 1 ... r.t  uittu. nucitti     use    yji  its columns. The courtesy has been expended to him liber  ally to set forth his views on municipalization. This subject  has been g ven consideration commeasurate with its importance. Nothing is to be gained by reiteration. We have exercised our privilege and ihe conespondeuce has no v ceased  We feel sure that the courtesy of the editor in opening  her columns to correspondence will be encroached upon by uo  one after the editor's dictum has fallen.  As to our stand on the municipality question  our   posi  tion is clear and concise.    Communications nearly   four col.  7^S   umns m length have been  published   on this    subject.   Its  ' ������o������ ������ advocates have advanced   their  arguments.     Its  opponents  f S^'^b^e stated their objections. The Review has criticised them  ;i'SJfmVsi twfcj-j-- Until further important developements take place our  :��������� f-^l'^ifedJtofial and corresponeence columns are closed to   this sub-  ^ ������ ^ Jftfc&g JM-*<-��������� the position of those interested financially iu this  \ to   construct,   equip,    maintain   and  operate   a   Railway" of   standard   or  narrow'  gauge,   to   be   operated   liy  steam,    electricity   or   other   power"  from   a   point   on   the   international  boundry line about nine miles west of  tbe Kr.r.ter.ay Hiver.   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  .Toe Creek, together with such power  ���������   ���������;-���������::'���������"���������:>. for tlie use, operation, ownership and  has been^ubHshed, Mr. Edmondson has had liberal  use  of _inftintenance of 8Ueh Kaiiway as are  usually granted in that behalf.  DATED at Victoria, British  Columbia, this 5th      >'  December, A. D., 1912.  F. A. McDiurtnid,  solicitor for the applicants  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Pkoctob School  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MISIG  REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  ^SEALED TENDERS,  superscribed I inManitobrii Saskat, hcwau and Alberta  "Tenders for Proctor School," will he j fche Yukon Territory,   the North-west  ti . m^m  OANCI^jTjATION OF ItESEUVK  i?^^o pf^TminS Sff<#<-a|r^crcial iutcresls^of this valley, to let the  1 * 'J"������ -OU.-Udd' wewid. kildw #*hat we are doing iu the developcment  4,'* ^rpi^hi^^Qufifrf /Slid to, advocate the various needs nnd re-  7^^l'^^^ir<^'c^fe.rbf $t(r c^iiithpnity and industries. As to Muui-  fioXiii kipatity"j0^^^������*flt?i^i iuieyested iu lhi_ pubjcr arc equally  '���������^/^^ivaqteu^ "S>/jiutuiV^uSt^vvc: have no privM? interf-sts t0  "vJ^-v^      a^.'L"^^^    r.      -'titi'-     ���������-��������� ?' ���������'���������  v i*"^ ������>���������-���������? iWV-cv .*., -^.- .1. '���������*���������    ti. y ������������������: ti   titi .-,-;-���������     ;:,,  -������ ���������   "57 "* ii   '    ,--' "i i J^-     u, .: -*x'���������      ,'ti ', "m j, i" >  NOTICE in hereby glvon that tho  reserve exisUng by reason of tho notico publtHhed In tho British Columbia  Gir/oU- or Doci'iiibor 27th, 11)07, in can-  collod iu HO fill' ns tlio name rolali'S to  the following doHcrlbiul IiuuIm, so uh to  poiinit of the sah' ������'f Iho tiiivbcv standing thereon: ���������  ConHiHting of an IhIiuuI in (Jiiat Hivor  lying iiiiintitiatcJy to iho .south o| Lot  No, .11)1, ('roup 1, Knot enn y Distiiet;  ooiita'iiilng by luliiioiiHincnuMit, a total  ai'i'ii. of !W iii:ri'H, nioic or Ichn.  ltOlllOUT A. ltKNWIOK,  Dcpuiy Mitilnlijj' of LiUid.i.  nopiiriiiM'iit. of Lands  Victoria, B.C., Deoembor lltb, 1012  received by the Hon. the Minister of  Public Works up to noon of Wednesday, the 15th day of January, 1913, for  the erection and completion of a small  one-room schooihouse ou 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, 1912,  at the offices of Mv. W. F. Tt-elssel,  Government Agent, Nelson, B. C; Mr.  A. G. Gallup, Secretary of School  Board, Proctor B. C; and tho Department of Public Works, 'Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B. C.  Each proposal must be accompanied  by an accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit on  a chirt'tored  bank  of Canada, made payable to tho Hon.  tho Minister of Public ��������� Works,  for a  Hinn equal to 10 por cont. of thotondci',  which shall bo forfeited il tbo party  tendering docline to  enter into contract when called upon to do so,  or if  ho fail to complete the work contra**!,,  ed for.   Tho cViequoH or coi'tifleatoH of  doponil of unmu'ci'SHful  tonilcioi'.s will  bo returned to thom upon tbo execution of the ui'iitract.  Teiidoi'H will not bo eoiiHldored un-  Ickh mmlo out 011 (lio fouii."' .supi'lii'il,  signed with tho actual mgnatm-n of  tho tenderer, ami enclosed in tho envelopes fiirniblicil.  The lowest ov any tender not neeis-  unrlly accepted.  .1. IY (jiiJVii.li,  Public Works Kugineev.  Department of Public WorkH,  Vietoi'i.i, 11. V., December 17, 1.1 Mr!  ���������fl_inQ   -SbwarD's Scbool  -ffcii-  '    -3o_s and ������Iris  vanbrooft, 36. <L  Principal       ������      Airs. Cherrington  Head Mistress,     Miss Cherrington  (Honours   certificate,   Cambridge  Kighor Local, B:rmiugbamUnniver-  sity Education Diploma.)  Assistant - Hiss Hodgson  (Cambridge   Higher Local certificate.   Dibioma   of  iho   College    of  Territories asd in a portion of tbe Pro-  g Teachers for the Deaf.)  vince of British Columbia, may be leased  j     Terms for bo  I to tbe Head Mistress,  for  a   term  of twenty-one    years   at  '   ,J-  ���������12. A.J_.^  ���������������UCIO     UU    ������HJJJliV.������UAViA  au anuual rental of ^l an acre. Not  more than 2,500 acres will be leased to  one app'ic.'iut  *__ E3 __ _? to fc^������:������ w^������ ^^ oufc an^  I^K  \mm  b|  mail this coupon AT ONCE  Application for n lease niustbe mnde   Sample of our expert penmanship and  | facinating lesson in short hand,  by tho applicant hi persou to the Ageut j ;   or Sub-Ageut of  tho  district  iu   which  THE   BLAIR   BUSINESS  COLLEGE  j Spokane, Wash.  tho rights applied for nro situated. |     T ftm intereBted in Business Education  Iu surveyed t.niu.ry the land  must   Please send me  full information about  -._   , , .��������� ���������.   if.mr.i c,k ' your College, and  e'peoially abont the  i.������ ripi-eviht'i! l>v Kiotions.   or  lecal sub- ;     . . ..... J  "~ ~ ~      '    *' ' ~ j Buojects cneoirea oelow:  d-visions of sectiuus, nun iu uusurveyed    Bookkeeping     Sbprthand  .���������������       ,, ,.   ,   .������������������  ���������,,���������!!   uc,' Typewriting    Pemnaushio   3  lerrit'.ry the tvnoc npi'.Jied  for  shall  be             't             n ������T -'    '  J .     fi  Quick Figuring Letter Writing  staked out by the applicant himself.        11 can begin a course about   Each npi-iciition mu.-t bo accompanied   Name   AddresB   by a fee of ������5 which will l>e refunded it' .  the rights applied for iu-o  not availablo ���������^  but uot otherwise. A royalty shall bo  paid on the inerchauta'./lo output of the  niino at, tho rate of five omits pur ton.  Tho persou operating  tho   niino shull  furuiHh tbo Agent \% it h  s.mn  rotnriiB  acoouuting for the full ]nantity of mer-  ohiintniilo coal niliuul lunl pnv   tho royalty therein,    if ihe eml inining rights  uro  not  being  upi. rati il,   nieh   rotuius  slumlil be fiii'jiislie.l nl lis.hi. oiu-e u  ) ear  Tbo leiiHO  will iiieluile the   enal  inln-  ing ri-rbts only, bnt, die   lei-see   may   l>n  p'.i'initteil  to   purciitse >,*. Inui'ver avail-  ii'ie mirl'ace ri^liis mny   be cmiHldei'ort  ni'ei'hNurv I'm.'tlio voiUli.g of  the niino  nl, tho rate of lp',0 un acre.  For I'u'1 in I'oriniHioi iipplieailnnHhould  bo m.iilo t,e ih- I',,',.--:,.ry <'l' t!v Di'p-irt-  nient, of the MmI ������"���������, ') tiuva, oi' to any  Agnut or {"iu'i-Agoi't of Ibiinin nn Laiids  VV   W. (K)i.V,  Deputy  Minii-wr of 11 j��������������� inKiier  N.   U.-lJiiiu-.tliomiil  pnliliiTtiiin of  Mils advertt'i-miuit will not be paid for.  BURN'S  COMPLETE  Animal   Fertilizers  ARE  xMOMEV        SEmtOS  Sow Burns'Fertilizers  And Reap Dallai\s.  Call or. r.cud for oar  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  ti mm������ & oo,  -���������Iho C. 0. S. of Cranbrook ic i:o!!lrg '    ���������LADIES, call at our Htoro und look  iron Beds with mattrosB and spring *f������.r  o er ourjuupply oi McOalls putteruu juut  j received.   St A. SpooiB,  ���������11.  LlinU������>r.l  CRESTON        -      B.C.  Head Oflice  CALGARY;  VANCOU-  \,T?.U* '   ttnMONTTOM  '"'���������"���������',������ ~-J��������� *,.********'    **  - -#  ������*0m.Vm* ^���������,w,|.   ��������� ���������mxm-0m0*mm*0m~m>,*mi**^i^***'-+>**m*m*m0mmmmi,l^mtl*mis^i.m***>%  it. a  ���������> .9  fin  t  ' r>  -.  -  ' *  ;-  "3   X  V.  .������>  0*.    i  'iti  V _������/,'  - -v  <*> .  w  ^tiJ  -   ^  -*��������������� *-*",  ' "   .  AW  c .**������������������*?  X) .  c** _ * *  , J*i  $������i.* '.ti  /    mli  ���������C  *m  K  ������������������*������  ,o -"���������  ������      ^  ���������   '.)'  .c*  0* .  i. ^.  Y' ������ "  m       *>  ,r,-.v  <u.  tmamrn  p.  :   '.' '���������  r r/  ���������-���������-..b  A,'  o������ti  " V  J2&S8HS, ���������"v-������ .���������"*vry fi-^'^tu*:  :*Mi_:-:^ ?i3iEi#S^i'':?.;M^*  r.TM.Di_ra act  laraaca  ���������-���������-..     ���������'    By  QENE STRATTON.PORTER  Copyright, 1909, .by Doubleday, Page.  & Co.  I  ana tn  m  SYNOPSIS  Although a good scholar, Elnora Comstock, entering high school, is abashed by  her country dress. Sho needs $20 far  books and tuition fees. Her mother la  unsympathetic, and Elnora tells her troubles to Wesley Sinton, an old neighbor.  When Elnora was born her father was  drowned In a swamp, embittering her  mother's life. Elnora determines to raise  money by gathering forest specimens?  The Sintons buy clothes for her.  Elnora. getting her books cheaply, finds  a market with the Bird Woman for butterflies, Indian relics, etc. ;,  Mrs. Comstock's devotion to her husband's memory will not permit her to  sell trees or havo oil wells dug on her  land. Th������ Sintons bring Elnora new  clothing.  Elnora Is delighted with her outfit. Hen  mother eaya she must pay for it. Wesley and Margaret Sinton discuss the girl's  affairs.  CHAPTER IV.  Wherein Elnora Meets the Bird Woman  and tha Sintons Are Disappointed.  noon Elnora took ber little  parcel of lunch and started to  the home of the Bird Woman.  She must know about the specimens flrst. and-then she would go out  to the suhurbs somewhere._and' eat a  few bites. She dropped the heavy iron  knocker ou the door of the big red log  cabin, and her heart thumped at tbe resounding stroke.  "Is the Bird Woman at home?" she  asked of the maid-  "She Is at lunch." was the answer.  "Please ask her if sbe will see a  girl from the Limberlost about dome  moths?" inquired Elnora.  "I never need ash if It's moths,"  laughed the girl. "Orders are to bring  any one wltb specimens right in. Come  this way."  Elnora followed down the hall and  entered a long room .with high paneled  wainscoting, old English dreplaee with  an overmantel and closets of peculiar  china filling the corners. At a bare table of oak,.yellow.as gold, sat a woman  Elnora often had watched aud followed  covertly around the Limberlost. The  Bird Woman was holding out a hand  of welcome.  "I heard!" she laughed. "A little  pasteboard bos or just the bare word  'specimen' passes you at iny door. If  it is mot'iis 1 hope yon have hundreds.  I've been vory busy all summer and  I'linhi- to collect, and 1 need so many.  Sit down unci lunch with.me while we  ta'.l; it over. From the Limberlost. did  yon say?"  ������������������1 live near the swamp." rpplied Elnorn. '���������t>Inee it's so cleared I dare j*;o  around the edare in daytime, though we  nre st'.:l afraid at night."-  ������������������Whnt have yon .collected.'" asked  the I'.lrd Womnn ns sbe helped Elnora  to lune'ieoti.  "I am afraid I am bothering yon for  nothing and impm-lu:; on you." Elnorn  said. "That 'eolleeted* frightens me.  I've only gathered. 1 always loved  everything  outdoors,   and   so   I   made  ���������PM/.t-w'Vjfcj)   ������ii**4r1    'il.-irm.iriu'    *\1*   trKr-iim Whon  ��������� i tv >������Uhi   *-**-������*,������    ]������������������������������,���������������.������������������������������.������  . ���������    w������      tiiv oil ��������� ������   tji.,11  1 learned that the moths die so soon. I  saved them especially, because there  seemed uo wickedness In it."  "! have thought the same thing," said  the Bird Woman encouragingly. Then  because tbe girl could not eat until she  learned about the moths the Bird Woman asked Elnora if sbe knew what  kinds she bad.  "Not q!I of them." answered Elnora.  "Before Mr. Duncan moved away ho  often  sow me nenr the edge, of the  to -my list," i, can tisa nil S_a������ &ta  whole."        Y      ;-iw   ti'tititi. tititi tititi.-" .'  "What If tbey are not pinned right?"  quavered Elnora.' ��������� ;?- Y;  ' "If they are perfect that does,-.,- not  make the slightest difference. I kho w  bow ib soften them so that I -can put  the iii into any shape I cabose? Whero  are they?   When may I see them?"  "They are In Freckles' old case.in  the Limberlost,'- said Elnora. .VI could'  not carry many for fear of breaking  them, but I could bring a few after  school."  "You come here at 4," said the Bird  Woman, "and we .will drive out with  some specimen boxes and a price list  and see what you have to sell."  "Oh, I do need ihe money I" said Elnora. ������������������ -���������-.-���������   :"  "Do you live in that beautiful cabin  at the northwest end of the swamp?"  asked the Bird Woman.  "Yes," said Elnora.  "1 remember the place and a story  about It now. You entered the high  school yesterday?",  ���������"Yes."  "It was pretty bad?"  "Pretty bad!" echoed Elnora.  The Bird Woman laughed.  -"You can't tell.-, me anything about,  that." she said.   "1 once entered a city'  school straight from .the country.-  My  dress was brown calico and my shoes  were quite heavy? What is your name,  my girl?"  '..   ������������������Elnora;   Comstock."   answered   Elnora. "Yesterday   on   the   board   it  'changed to Cornstock, and for a aiin-  ���������ute I thought I'd die, but 1 can laugh  over that already." ?   ,   ?  The Bird Woman arose and kissed  ' her. "Finish .vour lunch." she said,  "and Twill get my price lists and take  down a memorandum of what you  think you have. so. i will know how  mauy boxes to" prepare. .Never mind  the calico dress and the coarse shoes  Dig into the books, and before long  you will hear - 3*esterday*s tormentors  ^boasting that they were once classmates of yours!"  She-laughingly left the room and  Elnora sat thinking, until she remembered how hungry she was. so she ate  the food, drank the hot chocolate and  began the process of getting a grip on  herself.  Then the Bird Woman came back  and showed Elnora a long printed slip  giving a list of graduated prices for  moths, butterflies and dragon flies.  "Oh. do you want them?" esulted Elnora. "1 have a few and 1 can get  more by the thousand, with every color  in the world on their wings."  "Yes," said tbe Bird Woman, "I will  buy tbem. also the big moth caterpillars that are creeping everywhere now,  and the cocoons that they will spin  Just about this time. 1 have a sneaking impressiofr that tbe mystery, wonder aud the urge of their pure beauty  are going to force me to picture and  paint our moths and pot them into a  book for ail the world to see and know.  We Limberlost people must not be selfish with the wonders God has given to  us. I will pay good prices for all the  moths you can Sad. beeause.-you sse.  I exchange them with foreign eollec-  nwninp, nnd he showed me the box he  had fixed for Freckles and gave me tbe  key. There wero some books and  things, bo from that time on 1 studied  and tried to take moths right, buj> 1 am  afraid they are not what you want."       (  "Aro they the big ones that fly most.   :  ly Juno nights?" asked tbo Bird Woman.  "Yea," said Elnora.. "Great gray ones  with reddish markings, ptilo bUio,  green, yollow with lavender nnd red  and yellow."  "Whnt do you mean by 'red and yellow?'" ashed the Bird Woman bo  quickly that the girl iilmoHt Jumped.  "Not exactly red." explained Elnorn,'  with tremulous voice.   "A reddlHli, yel-'  lowlsli   brown,   with   canary   colored  spotn nud gray linen on their wings,"  "How ninny of them?" It was tho  finmo 'illicit question.  "Well. I hnd over 'JOO'eggs," wild Elnora, "but some of thoiu didn't hatch,  nnd Bomo of tho oiiterplllniH died, but  there must bo ut least u hundred perfect ones."  'Toi'foet! How, perfect?" cried tho  Bird Woman.  "I mean wholo wlnga. no down gono  and nil thoir legs nnd auteiuino." fullered Elnorn.  "Young   woman,   that's   tho   rnrost  moth In America." mild tho Bird Woman Bolomnly. "If you havo 100 of  .tho.W thoy aril worth $100, according  arrow points and Indian pipes. There  was a teacher from the city grade  schools here today for specimens.  There is a fund to supply the ward  buildings. I'll peip you get in touch  with that They want leaves of different trees, flowers, grasses, moths,  insects, birds' nests and anything  about birds."  Elnora's eyes were blazing. "Had 1  best go back to school or open a bank  account and begin being a millionaire?  Uncle Wesley and 1 have a bushel of  arrow points gathered, a stack of axes,  pipes, skin dressing tools, tubes  and  -nnrttti-n **������*-���������. Y   rt ft.-*-*, ���������*4*   |pnA������T*   I**���������*.���������**-���������   V   **.������*^*>   ���������**t11  __-v_ *i.c*4> Km        *   \x\fmx  *,   u.mv it    uvs W     a    V 1 *-*      frill  wait three hours."  "You must go. or you will be late,"  said tbe Bird Woman. "I will be ready  at 4."  After school closed Elnora, seated by  the Bird Woman, drove to Freckles*  old room In tbe Limberlost. One at a  time the beautiful big moths were tak-  j en from, the interior of the old black  ' case. Not fi fourth of them could bo  moved thnt night, and it was almost  dark when the Inst box was closed, the  list figured and Into Elnora's trembling  Augers were paid $50.10. Elnora clasped tho money closely.  "Oh. you beautiful stuff," she cried.  "You are going to buy-the books, pay  the tuition and take mo to high school:"  !    Then because she was a woman sbe  ' ent on n log nnd looked nt her shoes.  Lone   after   tbe   Bird   Woman   drovn.  away Elnora remained.   Sho bad hot  problem, and It waa a big ono.   If sho  told  her mother  would sho tako tho  monoy to puy tho tuxes?    If sho did  uot tell her how could sho account for  the bookM  imd thlugu for  which tiho  would upend lt?   At last she counted  out what she neodod for tho noxt duy,  placed tho rent In the furthest coiner  of tho enso and lockod tho door.   Sho  then .tilled the front of her skirt, from  a   heap of arrow  points beneath tho  cuso and started home.  4> * * * IK * ���������*���������  scaooi tiffis ia tae -ioramg.**? y ���������;  Wesley had not slept well that? night  By tho time he reached the iront gate  and started down the walk - between  the rows of asters and lady slippers be  was perspiring, and every plausible  and convincing speech had fled his  brain. Mrs. Comstock helped him.  ���������She met him at the door. '  ������������������Good morning," she said. "Did Matc*-  goret send you for something?"  "Yes," said Wesley. "She sent me  for you. She's got a job that's too big  for her, and she wants you to help."  "Of course I will." said Mrs. Comstock. It was no one's affair how lonely the previous day had been, or how  the endless hours of tbe present would  drag. "What Is she doing in such a  rush?"  Now was his chance),  "She's making a dress for Elnora,"  answered Wesley. He saw Mrs. Com-  stock's form straighten, and her face  harden, so be continued hastily., "Vou'  see Elnora has been helping us at  harvest time, butchering, and wltb unexpected visitors for years. We've  made out tbat she's saved us u considerable sum. aud as she wouldn't ever  touch any pay for anything we Just  went to town and got a few clothes  we thought would fix her up a little  for the high school. We want to get  a dress done today mighty bad. but  Margaret is slow about sewing, and  she uever can finish alone, so I came  for you."  "And it's such a simple little matter,  so dead easy; and all so between old  friends like, that you can't look above  . your boots while you explain it," sneer--  ed Mrs. Comstock. "Wesley Sinton,  what put the idea into your bead that  Elnora would take things bought with,  money when she wouldn't take the  money?"  Then Sin ton's eyes came up straight-  iy- '    .    ;   .  "Finding her on the trail last night  sobbing as bard as I ever saw any one"  at a funeral. She wasn't complaining  at all. but she's come to me all her life  with her little burts, and sbe couldn't  hide how she'd been laughed at. twitted and run face to face against the  fact that there was books and tuition  unexpected, and nothing wil! ever  make me believe you didn't know that,  Kate Comstock."*  "If any doubts are troubling you oa  thnt subieet. sure I knew it! She was'  so anxi mm to try the world 1 thought  I'd just iet her take a few knocks and  see how she liked it."  "As if she'd ever taken anything but  knocks all her life!" cried Wesley Sinton. "Kate Comstock, you are a heartless, selfish woman, you've never allowed Elnora any real love in her lite.  If ever she finds out that thing you'll  lose her, and it will serve you right."  "She kuows it now." said Mrs. Comstock icily, "and she'll be home tonight ���������  just as usual."  "Well, you are a brave woman if you  dared put a girl of Elnora's make  through what she suffered yesterday  and will suffer again today and let her  know you did it on purpose. 1 admire  your nerve. But I've watched this  since   E*]nora   was.  born,  and   I   got  t^nn..i<rYi       T'hinfr.a   hatra  unmo   t-ri   o   nacd  ~-.^..^,... ���������. L....^^     ^v. . w     -w-^wvw     *A#    ..     &.mmm  where they go better for ber or 1 In-?  terfere."  "As if you'd ever done anything but  iyom  :rxT*ti:''2m-' T'l'titititim-_'-_::���������*.I  Tobacco, Cigars,   Pouches,  Pipes, etc*,- at the,  &  ttr*  wine  ^reston  Spirit Co  liie-.DUKiun uuiu.t  W= A- HERPM; f**n**m  s.  bole* Ptbpa   \  -FREE*  TO. FUR. 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"You���������you wouldn't!" gasped Mrs.  Comstock. ��������� .. ���������  "1 won't need to. Kate!" said Sinton,  his beart softening the instant the bard  words wei^e said.  but you do love Binora! You can't  help it! You must see how she needs  things. Come, help us fix them ffi^d  be friends. Maggie and I couldn't live  without her. and you couldn't either.  You've got to love such a fine girl as  she is.   Let it show a little!"  "You can hardly expect me to love  her," said Mrs. Comstock coldly. "But  for her a man would stand back of me  now Who would beat the breath out of  your) sneaking body for the cowardly  thing with which you threaten me.  After all I've suffered you'd drag me  to court and compel ine to tear up  Robert _ property. If 1-ever go tiiey  carry me. If tbey touch one tree or  put down one greasy old oil well it  will be over all i can shoot before  they begin. Now. see how quick you  can clear out of here!"  "You won't come and help Maggie  with the dress?"  E'er answer Mrs. Comstock looked  about swiftly for some object on wbicb  to iay her hands.? Knowing.her temper, Wesley Sinton left with all the  haste consistent with dignity. But  he did not go jaome. He crossed a fieyi  nud in an hour brought another neighbor who was skillful witb her needle.  With sinking heart Margaret saw them  coming.  THE   HOME  or THE  TRANSIENT  GOMMODIOUi  SAMPLE  ROOMS  ii -!___  aiid     poput-X  This Hotel  is -one o\  best    known  Hotels in  the   Kpotenays.  The dining room is strictly  up-to-date and the bar supplied with only the be_t bratad  of goods.  -ft*--, C*J 4*tT\ ���������__  *SS:j&2r-'  N-ijggr  TIMBER SALE 2STo. X10  PROFESSIONALS  SEALED TENDERS will be reoeived  by the M-nister of Lands not later than" Creston  R. STEWART  Real Estate.Jub&ns and General Brokerage ?  ^������***mmm*^^i^  Special   repreBeneatlve, The  National  Realty Company -'"    *���������"*  J  Yoa won't show it, | -ioon on the 3rd day of March, 1918, for  he purchase of Licence No. X10 to cut  13,130,000 feet, B. M., 93,000 railway  ties. 16,000 cedar poles on Lot No. 274,  Group i., Kootenay District, near Ores-  con.  Particulars of Chief Forester, Victoria  B. C. '. ,      no28  B.C.  DENXTSTRY  H. E. HALiTd. D, S.  Of_ce   over   Frank Parks Hardware  Store���������Baker Street.  CRANBROOK,  tSm    ������*������������  TIMBER SALE No. XH  GUY  LOWENBERG  OoNsuuriN-  Engineer  CRESTON  UN  SEALED TENDERS will be reoeived  by the Minister of Lands not later than  noon on tbe 3rd day of March,  1918, for  tbe purchase of Licence.No. Xll tp out  MR. &   MRS. CROMPTON  2,520,000 feet B, M., 45,000 railway-ties  .������.-*���������X���������   4��������� ������������������ ���������   %....������.������������  JUm.  &m!t-. 4-4A^nT7  J_���������Lt; li*  IVU  UUBjr   I.V AA\w,y  avwv<  HI*..-.  With tho first streak of red nbovo tho  Limberlost Margnrot Sinton was busy  with the gingham and tho intrleuto pa-  I'l'i' imttui-u hIu; hnd pun'lm.sitd,   Wi-nloy  iuoiu'u tno I'l-euiuiiHc aim won-.cn uuui  lie thought iClnorn would he goue, then  bo Htnriod to bring hor mother.  "Now you bo rnlgnty careful." cautioned Murgiirct. "1 don't know how,  sho will tako lt"  "I doh't olthor," said Wcalcy putloao-  phlcully, "but uho'a got to tuko it wouio  way.. TUa-0P_l_-l������ULt'XUQ.ttnl8UQrt bsi  Interfere all ber life! Think I haven't  watched you: Think i, with toy heart  raw iu my breast and too numb to re-i  sent it openly, haven't seen you and!  Mag Stolon trying to turn Elnora;  against ine duy after day? When did'  you ever tell her what ber fattier  meaut to meV When did you ever try!  to mnlie tier .see tlie wreck of my lif������  and wlint I've suffered? No. indeed."  "Kale Comstock. that's unjust!" cried  Sinton.    "Only  last night  I   tried to  ���������,!,���������...   t.__' a! :..!..,....    ,    ..���������,..   J.K^   ,->,..,   ..!,..  nuut,   tiui   in? iiiciuic  ���������  .-^.i ������v   tue unti   nun  was bom. I bogged. Iier to come to  you and tell you pleasant what she  needed and ask you for what i Imppt-u  to know yon can well afford to give,  her."  "I cnu't!" cried airs. Conistoclc. "You  know 1 can't!"  "Then got so you can!" snid Wesley  Sinton. "Any day you say the word  you enn sell ������0.000 worth of rur������  timber off this place wwy. I'll see to  rlcnrlug nnd working the Oelds cheap.  ns dirt, for -loom's sake. I'll buy you  more cat tie to fiittcn. All you've got  to do Is sign n leiim*. to pull tliousiinds  from thi������ ground in oil. us the rest o������  us nro doing till nround you."  'iCnt down Robert's trees!" shrieked  'Mrs. (Joinstoclc. "Tour up his laud!  Cover everything with horrid, greasy  oil!    I'll dlo flrst!"  "You menu you'll let Elnorn go llko  n beggar nnd hurt nnd mortify hor past  bearing. , I've got to the pliiee whoro I  toll you plain whnt I nm going to do.  Maggie nnd I went to town limt night,  mid wo got whnt thlugu Elnorn need*,  ���������nost tn'tront to ninlco ber look u Httlo  llko tbo rest of tbo high school girls.  Now hero it Is ln plum English. Vou  enn help got these, things ready and  lot us givo them to her ns wo want"���������  "8bo won't touch thorn." cried Mrs.  I Comstock.  1    "Then you can pay ub, nnd she can  i tnlto thom as hoc right"���������  "1 won'tl"  "Then I will tell Elnora just what  you aro woi'th, ivhut you can nG'onl  and how much of this sho owns. I'll  lonn ber tho money to buy books and  decent clothes, and when she is of ngo  sho cun sell hor share and pay mo."  Mrs. Comstock gripped a chulr back  and oponod hor lips, but no wordu  came.  I J'Anai', fll-ton -PtttiRUftfl, "it ������U������ i������ no  can't sew before tomorrow," said ?Wes-  ley cheerfully as they entered.  That quieted Margaret's apprehension a little, though she had some  doubts. Wesley prepared the lunch,  and by 4 o'clock the pretty dress was  finished as far as it possibly couid be  aptil it was fitted on Elnora.  CHAPTER V.  Mr������.  Comstock   Laughs th*  Wherein  First Time In Sixteen Years.  rTZnH-t neighbor left, and Margaret  ' il' Pacljed their purchases into the  IS j big market basket Wesley took  L___! the hat, umbrella and raincoat,  and. they went down to Mrs. Com-  stock's. As they reached tho step Mar-  garet spoke pleasantly to Mrs. Com-  Btock, who sat reading Just inside tbe  door, but she did not answer.  Wesley Sinton opened the door and  ���������went ln, followed by Margaret.  "Kate," he saidr "you needn't take  out your mad over our Uttlo racket on  Maggie. 1 ain't told her a word 1  I said to you or you sold to me. She's  not so very strong, and ohe'a sewed  since 4 o'clock this morning to get this  dress foady for tomorrow, it's dono  and wo camo down to try It on Elnora."  "Is that tho trutib, Mag SlntonV"  demanded Mrs. Comstock.  "You beard Wesley say so," proudly  alllraied Mra. Sinton.  "I want to make you a proposition,"  said Wesley. "Walt till Elnora comes.  Then we'll show ber tho things and seo  what sho says." ���������   i  ���������How would lt do to seoA-what sho  says without bribing her?" sneered  Lies. Conistoclc  "If sho can stand what sho did yesterday nnd will today cho can bear  'most nny thing," said Wesley. "Put  -iwny tho clothes If you want to till wo  tell her."  "Well, you don't tako this waist I'm  worldng ou." said Margaret, "for I  hnvo to bnsto in tho sleeves and set  tbe collar. Put thu rest out of sight  If you like."  Mrs. Comstock picked up tho bucket  und bundles, placed tbem lnsldo her  ri mill JUKI Closed the door.  ���������  tiflAO"a M~ T.'m V A t. "t>  Cotton Uoot CoRipound Tablets  A BIC:L*A������)������l8 "uROPrjATOlt  Theno I'llb nro coinpoiinil7d with tlio iir-mies*:  cm* from tho most Tollable rcmcrllc* inowti to  lUoiicos mich nil nro 'ouiiiif uhoJ with much aucccs;,  by tho inotit cofcbrii-*ctl phyaiclnns known.  They nre n specific '.or the dlftreesintf disorder.  to which tho 'emnio c**.ni*������l*������nlnn l������ lt������������>t������.  I'rlco fi u box. Mi������. H (nni'-h atroiiaer), M a .  box. sold at nil dr 'tr stort'i*, or by wail Iroro *l������fl *  K*vfi x>rK-e Co.* ���������������* Ca������uirlu*������ii, Ont.  4,    (10   iusi   i-il*t-   t_ Lots No. 8877,  S878, Group 1,. Kootenay District,   near  Creston.  ��������� Partienlars of Chief Forester, Vietoiia-  B. O. no ������8  . mi-  ': r " ��������� ::' "'���������   - .     'iti  TIMBER SALE No. X12.r  SEALED TENDERS will be received  by the Minister of Lands not later th_n  uoon on the 3rd day of March, 1913, for  the purchase of Licence No. X12 to cut  6,440,000 feet B. M., 10,600 ratlway-tieB,  3,500 cedar poles, on Lot 491, Group 1,:  Kootenay Distriot, near Oreston. '  Particulars of Chief Forester, Viotoria  B. C. no 28   1 '  Teachers"of?  Piano, Viilin, Smging  TWt-oS/*. *fitva%bl_-_*i_l.-K-ks*������. f1i*wrti������*irt*iVo JR* Tl<_������_f������_ka  OK^Li., YOUNG &a<va  -'   Real Estate and IhflUraih';*.      "  UOus_.S TO RSax  >~X*xXZf3X\JXX  _������ e%  JAB. H. SCHOFIEI-D  STire- iiife isnd Aocidexife Twmwuim.  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  TRAIL       -       -       -  B.C-  ���������m*  TIMBER SALEN0XI8.  I  SEALED TENDERS will be received  by the Minister of Lands .not later than  noou on tho 3rd day of Maroh, 1913, for  tbe purohnee of Licence No. X18 to out  4,100,000 feet B. M��������� and 050 oedar poles  on Lot 281, Group 1, Kootenay Distriot  near Creston, ,,.  Particulars of Ohiof ForeBtor, ViJtoria  Bi O. no 28  ���������y******^'^*!***^^  Me are coming  mil IR. Bcattv  CnANO^OOK - 9.C.  titi  ���������tithk ;ti  Funeral Director  mm.  ���������%������������������;  Bean   Supper  C2S���������SB5H_���������������������������  JBig ipJuoQcam  eA S*     A   -kill   __k' QV1      A    rf    if-flT dWmm.      J^  Zmt -������t!i-_  m contract.  For tho 'mj_ding pf your Now  Houae, Store, Ufllce. Workshop  or other building, write or call  on ine. ISsUnjates given on all  kindti of work.s.  Repairs & Alterations  A SPECIALTY  Ohargos rciisonahle and satisfaction  guaranteed on A|l Work  IM-** *���������������-���������������-������������..   .      ������.,lHA.rJ.,,.,*^������JlfliHI������|.^,Y1_^'J4W>_V.|_l-|'-.n^ .m  .    -^-^^.'J  JOHN   BOYD,  Creston  * **���������  "M  ' H  ��������� iri  Webnesba _ 3feb.l2  ABflfl_l   __ ESr^_L_^^_k  ^^^Bji _9B_ SS ES C_  . iiiir&u6iii  GtoWMMW***  an  Given under the auspices of  ���������llic Methodist Church  Watch for programme.  &atmfmfie nntif  vita rtt oism \**9*pmim-irt������p  M SPB'&IALTY    ���������  s  Dealer iu   high   class  li ���������������������������������������������*��������� 4*   nxmmt    .11*0.  aa___-l  m*mm*  mmmmstm  ^mmmmmmmmximm  __._____���������, ssss   mm^oMmmmmmM  r:\':  '���������'.VV,';.-.'-1.'''.''    '���������,!������������������   *i|-.y.  -3183.^?v.  (nro-wi n. . ���������>   tm  '-��������� to .-i* .**  <*.:������*���������; N|iiUi-rf -*i  THE    CBESTON    REVIEW;    CBESTON,  JO.   \rnla  ?P'^  Wtiti  %0ti, ������v '���������  :I$S?  M--*  '.%Ss. ������������������  2'- '-'*���������  _.���������$ *  ' - i'' ���������'  !'���������) ���������  IY?.'-.'  By Arthur Applin  Ward/Lock ������. Co., Limited  London, Melbourne & Toronto.  Do I pleaseswou? sho whispered. I  hope I'm notever-dressed; It's so long  .'since l~f:     ,-"\.������������������   ''  Por answer he took hor in hls.arms,  and kisfced Ber. The blood stirred in  his veins, and even at that moment  he felt vaguely grateful that she was  50,0C0  OUT OF  WO   K  backers of  Brittany    Declare    They  Are  Unable to  Compete  With  Packers Outside  Paris,   Prance.���������One   hundred   and  sixteen    sardine    packing , establish;  not lacking in charm and beauty. She  ments in Brittany   'definitely ���������Y.clos������5d*;  was his wife, and he wanted to keep . down at the end of the year, throwing  i|   that   fact   vividly   before   his   mind. jso.OQO people out of employment  A wonderful word, a great possession  J  - '(Continued)  No���������only that he wished me to marry you? She hesitated a' moment, her  cheeks growing alternately white and  red.       It's   rather   a   horrible   thing  even though love was.lacking.  Come, we ars.!dining in the restaurant; I thought it might be more amusing for you thaxi a tete-a-tete meal.  Then we're going to the Opera.  The crowded salle-a-manger, the  brilliant lights, the flowers, the beautiful women, were a relief to Jimmy  Francks. Surrounded by people he  found it easier to talk, and to keep  Ella amused. He knew his secret  was safe. It was when he was alone  with   her   that   he   felt   almost   shy,  Some fifty factories in which other  small fish are packed still remain open  in the region around Concareau and  Douarnenez, but will also be closed  down on March 1.  The closing down was decided pon  some time ago by tlie syndicate of  sardine packers, who declare that the  present situation is ruinous.  The fishermen asked for an increase  ir. tihe price paid per 1000 for the raw  sardines. This increase the packers  were unable to grant. They say they  are completely crushed by the cost of  no** secrets ?* * One-^Barents8 don ti haunted by a curious sense of shame, , labor and t.be'ir general expenses and  seem to understand love, and father  only looked upon it as a good match,   thoughts.  But when I knew you still loved me. It was almost midnight when they  I would have married you if you had-��������� returned from the Opera Ella was  n't a penny in the world. You know sleepy but very happy It all seems  "n/bPeSe -t   don't vou? '..     like fairy-land, she    whispered;    you  __.. pe-i-ve -i, ujui all .-so new and wonderful to  Yes, yes, he said quicldy, but don tJ oca  dreading   lest   she   read   his   inmost! are unable to compete with tho Spanish and Portuguese packers.  The French packers further declare  A Bad Guess  .A* worthy old Edinburgh professor  was Invited to a Christmas dinner at  the house of a lady of fashion.  When the company rose from the  able the professor noticed, to his greats.  consternation,  that he was unsteady \  on his feet.  fn his anxiety to save appearances,  he repaired to the drawing-room  where the lady of the house yielded  to the wishes of her lady friends, and  ordered the nurse to bring in the baby  twins. In due course the little dears  reached the professor.  The latter gazed intently at them  Wise in His Generation  I suppose your wife was more than  delighted at your rise In palary, was  not she? asked Jones of Brown.  I haven't told her yet, but she will  be When she knows it. answered  Brown.  How. is it that you haven't told her?  Well, i thoughM would enjoy myself  a couple of weeks first.  How about that steamer?  I guess she's all right.  There's a rumor ashore that she's  afloat.  That's good. I heard there was a  rumor afloat that she was ashore.  fo������* a while, as if deciding whether or  not there were two or one, and then!  ���������- _--_  said,  huskily:   Really,  whai a bonny   Mlnarda Liniment   Cure*   Garget   .it  little child.               .                                I Cowe  let's talk about that now"?'-Listen, I'll  describe the places we're going to see  and the tour" I've planned out  me.  that instead of demanding higher  wages per 1000 raw sardines the fishermen should have endeavored to secure the authorization to use revolv-  I wonder why you chose little ' ing nets in territorial waters, and thus  insignificant me out of tho world  of  women.      I ought to be very proud,  ht. dear. But ^ }\ ,      .  .He had orderea rerre&hments ti be  increase their catch  Of the 50-.000 men, women and children who find their occupation- gone  by the closing of the packing estab-  theJr  sitting-room,  and   while ! Hshments, many,  it  is  expected,   will  have to leave their homes and seek  work  elsewhere.       It is  feared  that  distress   will   result   from   the  She nodded.      All rig   .  you don't think me silly, do you"?-.   I . ^       .n  suppose  all  women  are.    They  love j taking off "her ctoak he went \ have to leave their homes and seek  to be told that they are loved,  they, .������ - -     *  ���������  *-       ---  can  a lau  ding  you. j de  Fontaigne's" letter.-.     He  synced,  Francks took a deep breath.    Tbe j at it gUntily.    As yet he- ���������I not read  vroman he loved, and from every in-j it, be was afraid to do 1-*.      He did , pipding  stant he was being carried further and , not know What" it contained, possibly j  further away, prompted the white ue. j _ message from-,Iris. I  J love you. I     Throwing it on the table he opened j  Then holding her    tightly    in    his ��������� the pOCiret.hook, and took out of it a j  arms, he drew vivid pictures of th? i* ; smau   crumpled,     unmounted     photo- j Grosswarden  Deafnesr Cannot be Cured  by local applications, as they cannot  reach the alt-eased portion ot tht ear.  There S3 oniy one way to cure deafness,  and that la &. constitutional remedies.  Deafness is caused by on Inflamed condition of the rrucous lining ot tho BSuc-  tachlan Tube. When this tube la Inflamed you ha*-������ a rumbling* sound or  Imperfect heaung, and when lt ls entirely i-ksed, Deafness Ss the result, and unless the Inflammation can be taken out  and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed for ever;  condition  of tbe  mucous  surfaces.  \V������- will gl 'e One Hundred Dollars for  any case of Deaineas (caused by catarrh)  that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh  Cure.       Send   tor circulars,  ire������.  F. ��������� . CHKNKY & CO.. Tolodo. O.  Sold by Druggists.  IBo.  Tai;������ *���������'ail's Pamtly T*'Hs for constipation.  I     Myrtle, con you cook?  \    No, Lionel; can you afford to,keep  a motor-car?  No, dear.  So they did not marry, and they lived happily ever afterwards.  iHi-LAMJuRY fflBttMB  Conquered b**-? GIN: PILLS  Mr. W. G. Reid, Hamilton, Ont:.,wme*������  "I have been for the last two years **;  cripple with Muscular arid Inflathnjctory^  Rheumatism. I tried al*a������������s4������vekyttei������������'*  known to medical science And s������_g_S-  change of climate without relief. Vent*  manager in this city recommended Gil**  Pills and I have since taken eight boxes-  and am now cured. I consider Oia  Pills the conqueror of RheiM_a_asa __������-  Kidney Disease".  50c. a box. 6 for $2.50.   Samples ttaa'  if you write National Drugand Chemical  Co. of Canada, Limited. Tnron'o'       !32  m~^^^^^^m^^^^m^^^m^^^^^a^*���������**&i^m*m***tmias*>mmsmmaaa������mtamama*&mmr-  Profit and Loss  Stenographer-���������Mr. Jone^. 1 &BP  about to marry a poet.  Employer���������Ah.I Then you ar������ sol fig"  to leave us? -  Stenographer���������Oh. no. but I sh&JF  I need more pay.  wedding tour, describing the places ;  they would see, the journeys they;  would take.    She listened like a hap-;  RIFLE. TOiviB   FOR   CROWN  Quest    Vain,    They    Leave  Corpses on  Floor of Vault  and Quit  Vienna.���������A telegram received from  I Hungary)   states   that  A Ready Answer  Jones���������Well, you and I won'* h*  neighbors much longer. I'm going to  live in a better locality.  Smith���������So am 1.  Jones���������What���������aro you going to  move, too?  Smith���������No, I'm going to stay here  ^OlillMM  '&-$&���������  _������.r.v*a .*:���������������������������  fitil!"}"."__-: .'A''-"*,-:-,!, v-.\ ������m  H-M-f  purity fmm  graph,   and" holding   it   between   his ! the tomb of Count Ludwig Rheiley and  hands he gazed at it.  The picture of the woman he loved.  py trustful child, seeing no cloud on i A iVng^time h<T looked to-ingTo maVe I bore  the horizon, unconscious of <-ne dangers that threatened her.  But Francks gave a sigh, of relief  when Dover was reached. The sea  was as calm as a lake, not a breath  ������t>f wind stirred its surface. They  tramped arm and arm up aod down  the boat until Calais was sighted.  The Paris train was crowded and their  compartment    filled    up Franeks,     He   heard   lh     door    burled himself m one or the illustrat-; room he hea_d her foot&.        tn ;      CQm^t th  ed papers, but tnougn ae looked at the   the  situas-rooiu.       Hastilv     slippius   to  penetrate  his wife has been rifled, and the polio? are unable  to  discover  the rob-  up his mind to destroy it. Duty j Count Rhedey. who died In 183.1,  warned him that he had no right to was distantly cbnnected by marriage  possess even this now. that in justice [with the /Feck family. He was bur-  to his wife he must tear from his ��������� ied in a handsome mausoleum in the  heart every Unk connected with the j grounds of a park which now belongs  Dast. ��������� to the town, and it was believed local-  But it was so difficult.    That small ' ly that the count ordered an English  crumpled photoeraph was aU that was i ducal crown of great value and family  PILES  CURED   IN   6  TO   14   DAV3  Your druggist wiii refund money A  PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure a*vy  cas-e ot Itching. Blind, Bleeding or  Protruding Piles in 8 to 14 days. 50e.  *>s  tutm**  left to him now,  He   heard   the  I jewels to be buried with him.  wire"s !     This probably tempted the Jobbers  crime.    They managed  lipping! to  penetrate   the   park,   break   down  Proof  Two opulent members of the fair  sex were discussing some new neighbors who had moved into one of the  most sumptuous houses in their distriot .  They seem to be very rich, said the  first.  Oh, they are, said the second.  Shall you call'  Oh, yes. decidedly.  You  are   sure,   are  you,   that  thev  iliustratio-s an dread the letterpress, * th;  p������oa>OTpa  into" "the" '^ock������t'boofc j the "door"of "the mausoleum and burst i are���������er quite correct, quite���������er���������good  neither    conveyed   anything    to    his  mind.  The day was dying as the train drew  into Paris. The bustle and excitement, the interesting crowd, the  strange language, all interested Ella,  and Francks found relief in action.  We'll stay two or three nights here  he dropped il on to the table witb ] open the lids of the coif ins of the  ithe letter and putting on his smoking \ count and his wife. They scattered  1 jacket he join<>_ Eila. at the supper i the remains on the floor of tha vault.  1 tabie. She placed a little packer ; probably in disgust at findingjio trace  \ by her side which, she glanced at ever  ���������is��������� ' nf tH  Ol  if������*i y  les  ������a"fted.  Thev left  and again as if tryin  mind to open it  When  they  had   finished   the  meal  to make up her j only a cigarette end.  33.Yr,AA*.r������A_  w^-A4 ~ ~ ������ ~ v-  first just to do aii the theatres and ; j"--^^-^ ro'se an_ moved "towards the  the    principal    restaurants,    Francks. door  said as they drove through the pictur- i     rm jugt going to TliQ downstairs and  esque streets, and Ella marvelled at������clxoose a cJgar> T can-t do wtthout a  the open-air cafes, the crowds of peo-1 final siaoke before turning    in.        I  pie sitting out. on the pavements, the  hope you don-t ^^ my Dachelor hab.  noise, the light, the laughter. ��������� its   he ^^   forcin������ -  Srnile. , knockout several dollars  Francks hau engageu    a    suite   of,     She  shook  her  head  and   Pram^ ���������     .-c ��������� ���������       ��������� -���������      - .  rooms at the Ritz Hotel.    Directly ho   ieff the i^m quickb      *He was a^ '.     WorKm8 aa"y &L yOUr tr&~'  bad changed and ordered dinner   he   sent a long thne        Ella waited   n������.! Wh_t,^ th_ .,.pn f havinff mm(lV  booked two seats for the opera, where 5 tUmtly   ^ M i������ struck by a sudden :^^ts the use of having money  a series of ballets and Russiau dances   insDiration she nnti-d the "_art*el inrt   ,   *^t y?u 5"y"r r������5s to fPeQd  -    - ' mspiraxion sae anueu tae parcel ana   it will.only bring you trouble,  taking out a gold dgar case on which \     It j       t truest friend.  i Possibilities  1 If you cannot win a fortuna  I     That will fea.Iier well your nest  j You at least can earn a living  !    If you work your level best.  I If you cannot make a million  i     Where the highest stakes are-played  I V - ���������  style?  Oh, my dear. I'm positive, said th������������  second woman. They have twenty  servants, eighteen horses, twelve  dogs, four motor-cars, and one child  were being given. Then''he waited  for his wife in the little sitting-room  which united the bed    and    dressing  ���������room.  Woman-like she was a long time  mfl-in.g her toilet, but when at last  she appeared, Francks agam realised  the metamorphosis that- had taken  place. Mrs. Saintsbury had evidently made up her mimd that her daughter should start her new life well-  equipped, and no expense had been  spared for her trousseau. She wore  a blue gown of    mouseline    de    s������if.  some initials and the date had been  engraved, she crept quietly into th������������  dressing-room and searched for a  place to put It where it would be  found when he undressed.  It was her wedding gift to him, one  that was to be in the nature of a surprise. She chose the dressing tabic*,  and as she made room, she unintentionally swept the pocket-book to tbe  ground and with it Reuben's letter  Stooping, sbe picked them up, and  as she did so the pocket-book opened.  >���������       F^__._        ������_,��������� 1    mmmm      ^.m*-      ** ��������� v������      *TW      vhakw       }#vJVH'a'I'W/\J������      VJ ������  quite plain, but exquisitely cut, elth-  a photograph fell out���������and   she  er her new found happiness or tin.* art  of the dressmaker suggested soft womanly curves instead of the thin angles hor homely dross had exaggerated.  He hair was charmingly dressed, and  a diamond and turquoise comb uerat-  led ln tho fashionable plaits. Her  shoes and Blockings matched h?r  robe. Sho looked at Francks shyly,  the color mantling her cheeks, giving  back tho youth of which tho city had  robbed her.  saw )  If you settle with the grocer  And can pay the butcher's score  With a little left for pleasure,  What can any one do more?  For the man who has a million  Only has one pair of eyes  To behold the wondrous picture  As old earth before him lies.  He can only eat one breakfast.  Only occupy one bed.  Only wear one pair of slippers.  Have but one hat on his head.  There is no more effective vermifuge on the market than Miller's  Worm Powders. They will not only  clear the stomach and bowels of  worms, but will prove a very serviceable medicine.-for children in regulating the infantile system and maintaining it in a healthy condition.  There is nothing in their composition  that will injure the most delicate  stomach when directions are followed, and they can be given to ch" "'"���������en  in the full assurance that they will  utterly destroy all worms.  _  Repeating Shotguns and Zjoaded Shells j  No combination is likely to prove so satisfactory as Winchester  -funs and shells. They are of proven merit and established  reputation. If you shoot them} you are sure of one thing, and  that is that no one has a more reliable or more accurate shooting; equipment. A -word to the wise shooter is sufficient acid  that is *"Winchester." Send postal for illustrated catalogue*  WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO.,   NEW HAVEN, CONN,  staring at her, Iris de Fontaigne!  The woman in the photograph seemed to be staring straight into Ella'*"  eyes. The full red Hps were par*-  ed In a smile, r. mocking triumphant  smile, it seemed to Ella; there was  writing faded and blurred at fh ��������� foo*  of the photograph, and she could oniy  decipher two words:   Love���������Ins.  She stood holding the photograph  between her hands staring at it in a  dazed way ns if she wore fascinated  Then she felt a strange wnrm glow  stealing over her whole body, a sensp  of passionate resentment. It. was 11  j new sensation, jealousy, she had never  ' experienced it before. Pain had  been her portion, rebuffs, and snubs.  Now she had a right to bo jealous,  she told hersuif���������thon sho hesitated.  A.fter all.  hor  husband  had  boon on  Of Skin and Hair  If vou cannot own an auto  That will travel double  quick,  You can gtrpll alonr the highway  1 "where'tti'S autumn leave are thick,  And. whatever is your station, ���������  In whatever niche you fit.-  You can havo a lot of pleasure  If you make the best of It.  Cry of Fire Costs Twelve Lives  Paris.���������Two men. five women and  five children lost their lives in a cinema theatre at Menin, on the Belgian  frontier. Thirty other persons were  injured. There were 700 person*" In  the theatre when one of th ��������� films  caught fire. Almost Imraedlat'-lv the  operator extinguished the outbreak,  but some ono shouted 'Fire!' ami thn  The Rising Generation  Angry   old   gent���������Constable,   didn't  you see that boy hit me with a snowball''  Policeman���������Oi did- sorr. It's wonderful how straight them young varmints can throw, begorra!  IF YOUR BABY IS SICK  GIVE BABY'S OWN TABLETS  The little ills of babyhood and childhood should be treated promptly, or  they may prove serious. An occasional dose of Baby's Own Tablets will  reguiat- the stomach and bowels and  keep your little ones well. Or they  will promptly restore L *.lth if sick-  nesB comes unexpectedly. Mrs. Le-  nora M. Thompson, OH Springs, Ont.,  says:���������"I have used Baby's Own Tablets for my little girls as occasion required, and have found them always  of the greatest help. No mother, in  my opinion, should be without the  Tablets." Sold by medicine dealers  or by mail at 25 cents a box from Tho  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-  ville, Ont.  THE FARMER AND HIS  GRAIN  ... *��������� .  ���������.-  Tho only su?!? *xn*2 K-Usfaetory way in **?h!eti the ���������Western F**rt-W  can secure the highest possible market value for his wheat, oats, barley and  n_x is by shipping it by the carload to P_rt WHIlara or Port Arthur, or t<?  Duluth If cars cannot be rot for the othor terminals (loading lt If poaslbi*  direct Into the car over the loading platform so as to save elevator chars**  and dockage) and employing a strlcUy commission firm to handle and at*������-  POSft   of   lt.  We continue to act as the Farmers' Agents solely on a commission baslw.  ��������� Wti are not tracltbuyers ana we never buy th* Farmers* grain, on our own  account, bnt look after and dispose of the grain entrusted to us, aa thai  agents of those who employ us. and It ls our desire and endeavor to nlv������  everyone the very best service possible. We make liberal auvitnces asatnat  car Bhlpplnc bills, and will also carry tho *n*a!n for a time under advances ar  a moderate commercial rate of Interest, If considered advta������toie. w������ Irrvtt*  all Farmers to write to u������ for shlpplne Instructions and market tnformat.ou.  r-*4.  Tl^tnTiiTi^fiTi Sons & Gcyrams-TB^  700���������703 Y.  QRAIN  EXCHANGE WINNIPEO, CANADA  GRAIN  COMMISSION   MERCHANTS  audience ninde a rush for the oxit.-t  paged "to   Iris   de "Fontaigne." it  was ! Many  of  them  were  trampled  under  natural  he  should  have    her    photo- \ foot,  graph.  With trembling hands she replaced  it in tho pockor-hook, thon sho noticed  So Enthusiastic  1 nm just crazy iihout. hnsoball, said  the letter.      And tho devil prompted J \\Ui 'bright young girl to tho at.hlotlo  the   question���������why   should   ho   carry  appearing young follow.  Promoted try  and OMient  CTtltlmra two iu*'1 Oin'tnint ������r" mnM iliri.iiul.fiiit  .*    ....        *   t,.*.. .1   *MrriT,'*   nt  Mti-li.   a������IiI.   il'.' (hll'l*  tMM)D.I������-l. on tn,  ��������� ���������III ������������������     14.1   I      IO Hi.I.' III      ,,l      ,',  1--- ������,litr. 01  1'i.Mi :   J tf.sj A   I   I,  C'ory . Ii.'in. '-S71'. lioni.ju, ii. i,. A.  about another woman's photograph 011  his wedding tour, and why had he not  shown her tlio communication so mysteriously dollvererl'  1     Almost as  if acting  automatically,  ! sho unfoldorl tho shoot   of paper iiin'1  I looked   at   the   queer,   erooked   hand-  -_-=-��������� j writing.     Sho  had   spoken  of    nbno-  |lut.e  faith   and   trust,   and   alroady  <������; ,  I u tiiiilil-ii doubt,  was in lu-r lu'iirt fed j  j by   the   fierce     (lamos    of    jealousy  ; Hardly knowing what pIip was doln.'*;.  ! compelled   liy a  powor strongor I.'mi \ 1  ] lii't* own will, stronger than lior sense  [ of  duty  and   honor,  she  sdowly   ro:ui  ; the   letter:  I You mado love to my sintrr un'l  I won her heart: und promised to m-v-  I lii'i, yon throw her o\i������r at the lust.  jn'jr.i'r bic:iii:'(- .'.(ill ;ir, afraid tn pl.'iy  ' the man nnd pay the penalty ot :i  : rrlmr* you committed In the past  1 Vou hnvo brought sliatiip and misery  ion tier, and cucapcd yourself hy mar-  i rylng another woman for whom yon  say yon have no love. Vou are :i  1 coward. Inn vou shall aiiiiivcr to me  , tor vour cowardice, and on 11 day pay  ', tor the wrong you have (lone our fain-  , 11 v . Vou are warned, no he prepared.  :���������.'. ���������.:!,��������� :.  hi   '���������''���������������������������'���������.I;-*!" .  .'To   l.e   ('miMiiiii'd *  Wonder why the I'lacl's moved into  llOU"    llll1,     V.lllll'1''.'  To  K*l \'e   I.'.Vlll   t'l'I'H .  llll,'.     I :.    lii.il.  The Naughty Child  Willie���������Father Is the captain ot our  chip at honio and mother's the Aral  mate.  Sunday School Teacher���������What nro  you?  Willie���������I guess I'm the compass;  they're  always  boxing   me.  flow interesting! ...������        tA  Oh, I dote on it.      I wish I could  seo a gamo t.hlfl afternoon.  Hut the season le ovor.  Oh. la it?    1-vrhapB you moiui football?  Maybe. It is 0110 or,tho oUic;*, 1 Tor-  get, which.  Too Bad  Doesn't sho havo stunning things?  Who?  That Mrs. Dowdy.          Yob. And what a pity It Is that  ������������������ho doesn't hire a rWM- Ulnd of worn an to wear thom for hor.  Homo alro"udy, Percy, dear? Como  and givo 1110 a kins.  Lot 111c y<;e your h.'aiil:; nrr'.t.  ;    Whv,  yon  suspicious  boy? ,  1 w'mt to so-:' whether yon hnvo a  dressmaker'!* bill In ono of thom.  i Men Scarod Away  1 lintfcrdnni.���������-After circulating hun-  Yln-d.H of invitations to 11 hull, whlfh  1 lie  ilc'ierlhed   *'!"   'ho   wallllnwerH'   Ins:  ihaiiee In the dying leap your, linn-  I drlk   Tcrveeij   a   llottcrd*i'������i   danciiij:  muster, liml to iHiHUihiu lh<' riiin.lli.u  j i,. .���������;niJ,e only women nunn In answei'  1 .11   1 im  ..a 1!.  fihr.cklnn Kxtrnvaoance  Too had about t'ltU'C.  It is a Liver PHI.���������Many of tho all-  monts that man has to contend with  have their origin in a disordered llvor, which is a dollcato organ, pecub  larly susceptible to the disturbances  that como from Irregular habits or lack  of euro In eating and drinking. This  accounts for tho grunt, many llvor regulators now pressed on tho attention  of siil'l't'iiu'.s. Of those thore ls noun  Hiiperlor to Parmeloo's Vegetable Pllln.  Their operation though gcntlo is of-  rectlvo, 11 nd tho most dollcato can uso  them. <  ffiiWm  , _���������    There are no vegetable- jant like yenra-  t\y) f   f..Vm a-A^AA-i-At.     Provide for a *oo-l imhivs  eat vegetables, and throw away medicine.  We not only supply yon with tho Finest Tested  Seeds for this Country, but wo also show yea  'HOW TO GROW THE BEST VEGETABLES"  Told in our booklets, 153 pages (copyrighted).  Tbe Cirst of tbe kind prinied in Canada.     Tb������y  contain   tho   best   Western experience   ai  expert  Market Gardeners.   Sound, practical and sensible���������  just what you want to know in preparing the seed  bed, manuring, starting the aeed, transplanting, forcing,,  ripenbg, storing, destroying   inoecta, etc.      The prico*  is 10 cents per booklet ($1.00 for tbe full set of 11.  including vegetable and special field crop*), but FREE In-  purchase��������� of our* meeds.       2>oe onr catalogue, page 2.  ���������WRITE TO-DAY FOR OUR TREE CATA_O0.DE.   AbbaBSSIMC D_1K MO, ������*  A Cood Idea  Sho���������Why  do  you look    tto    cross  whon you go out wltb mc?  lie���������My  love,  whoro  would  bo the   a '������"������h by bending   u    curtain    ro>i  Convict's Darlna Gaoape  Brussols.���������A convict made a daring  euenpo from jull horo, Ho had boon  alt ending the Infirmary for tho trr-ai-  nieut, nf an luiurod leg. With part  of the bnndagob which ho li.id con*  cealod he mnrto a ropo and faahloneil  Explained  Ilo la a popular young man.  Rich?  No.  J-low do you account for Uii-j popular*'  lly? '  I-lo'B a splendid liar with a Good*1  memory.  fu'uepy.ed  through  an  opening In  -i>c  window twclvo inches wide, ho climb  ed tho prison wall by uioiuuj of luu  hook und rope, and, lowering IUuibcI:  on lhe other aide, got clean away  ing nn awful wu-rlfl'-o or my foollngs.  Permit mo tho ploiuniro of uhowlng  that I only go to plenao you.  Ijoiulon.���������In tho hounc of coinmono  "eeently, Ellis (lillYlth, In roply to Sir  William llyles. mild that during the  lai'.t i.even yearH nenteneo of death hnd  been paano'd 011 twont.y-ono women.  and lu one cane the fu-nleiiee wiih ex-  ei'uleii. Inning ih'j i-ti..uu, j-'i-l'i'/d th-'  eapllnl Hcuteiice wan panned on nine  ���������.i-u.nii', lu :h<-lr teen;-, and In four  Hie JuilgUient wuh currli'il out..  V'     M.   II    f������3r.  riiiin' 1  i- Jinn ;i:i  W  ell (".n ylii;  a nil   it  howHlu.  '     Y  IIO'.V    il.,.     In  i'v inn:  1 !��������� 1'l III .  out  .ir'.hea  ran   in   a  v\   II.I I     |., .  ���������ri.<-..'..*ii ../t.ifi be nolhlni' left of bur.  Im jibe li'i?  Nn. but  : Iio'h always giving hei'ilt  a w 11V .  CnleiKUi.���������It  h������    allcgod    Unit,    the  ' ...... ,   .  ,    ,   l,,,l       l<l       'I       CH.!/.      Hi       M V-  leenMliiifb.  India. In wnlch a  man wait  Henteiieed to Uunlli. r������ uiineii ilinir v������������r-  llct   hy casting ���������'><*���������       A Jodh'-iul  In-  ji-ulry ban been onlircd.  Tie   seeniH   to   just,   on joy   being   a  Illumed tool.  V.To?  Thai, pink voice;! Vjiddlf-lr'Tin  Well. T  like to see  a man   In   lovo  with hlu life work.  Spectacular  1 think that Professor Ilnvy woyle **_&r-  Hiioh uu iiuiuhIiik Mpeaker,  AlIlUHlllg?  Ych.  I (.bought he lectured upon flHirioiMJ  HUbJectH only. ���������  Yea, 1 know, but I do lov*-*? I_ #?������!'  bin features waltz all ovor hit! fnc<*'-  Anvbodv can 1 *������Tt 11*������> trull), .but M-  takes a portion of imagination "lo be W  rood liar.  ^"-^  i,500  Mifimifae-  *  turertt of  -PH. ImP*.  ���������_���������__!. M_������_fc  BBBBLft     J7l,a������������i,9i  In N.V. I'-Jity have Hold lt.������b  old nincK nilil iiVC; 'Ui/ircr.*;  fur  fr-������nb  ������ooilH.   Wfi^vUJV  nml    n1iI|>  .to  IVI .      I- .      I-IAICIAKI      <fX     X0!*'' . .  1;  IOhhi   li'ib  Hi.   'iC'-ili '*v7j  K'uw  Vorlc City  iwi'"-i1iH'"----ti ,>rtY -  THE   GBESTON    REVIEW,    CREST()K.    S. C.  f������n& I ve&. lifc������ a y Q-i?g -fan Since  SfctaLg 8f. Chase's SS������i������r-_<-?<���������  Hirer Piute.  A Lowestoft Smuggling Story  Of the many strange stories told ia  connection with-the exploits of the  j smuggling fraternity on the East Coast  one of the most singular Is perhaps  one which is connected with Lowestoft, and the substance of which is  told ln the following narrative.:���������  About September, 1305. the then  Rector of Lowestoft was visited late  at night by a sailor, who informed  the good roan that he   Mine from a  NAVAL  ESTIMATES    NEAR  PLETiOiN  COM-  Look   for Better Tlmeslh Spain  Madrid.���������Governmental reforms al-  d-.*-i    %>/,������������������_      _ ..    . 0. _       JTOSt revolutionary.in'-'their character  Britain Will Spend Vast Sum on Pro- have been promised by King Ai:-n?b,  Srimtnc���������.xiew Guns of Prodlg- and  Republicans are  jubilant.  It  was  learned  that. Asieara**  Prodlg  ious Power  London.���������According  to  the    Daily  Mail, the work of framing the British  navy estimates for the coming year is  nearly completed  he  raaining for decision, namely? whether  five  or six  battleships  shall? be  laid  vessel lying in the harbor, to request.:down depends upon the Austrian nav  bis miristratlon for a comrade who  way dying on board.  . So earnest was the visitor- in his entreaties that, notwithstanding the  lateness of the hour,, the Rector proceeded thither? and" found a man to  all appearance at the point of death.  al programme. i^f the admiralty decides to .wait before taking action till  the Austrian ships are laid down, it  may be expected to begin five battleships this year.  The naval programme will then, according to present information, Involve  to whom he administered ������ill the com-   an  expenditure of    $240,000,000    and  *^.m J. S^Xmlm. t_i-  Z  - '       W II   I _  Tl  _������ 1 1 *l _I  ������ A  -.   _ U   -A    i- X 1   -   _. \.    m  ���������    I i-  ��������� - - " 1   *   ^_ __   _  Prof.  A. T.  Smith.   ?  Wfiat a horrible condition the di-  .otrestlv- system gets into when the  ittver becomes sluggish and the  "vb/jwels constipated. The poisonous  waste matter is thrown back Into the  ���������blood *tream and finds its way into  ;#ott parts of the body, causing pains  tiand stch.es and feelings of latigue and  'pstieerys  It is wonderful how quickly Dr.  <������ShXB0'& Kidney-Liver Pills sweep the  -poison* from the digestive system  ..������-& enaxtie the organs of digestion-to  (jr������_Unie   their   natural   functions.  Pr_������ 'A._. Smith, 1 Mt. Charles  '^street, Montreal, *and formerly of Bosses. Mass.? writes:���������"I suffered for  ^jBtany _ears from bad digestion, con-  ,_iip_)tJota and horrible backaches. I  ?5iav<a _een treated by many doctors  Without any results. One day a  tfriead in Boston advised the use of  <������>r> Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills. After  nain% tw_ boxes I noticed great im-  <j>������������v������m*nt, and after the fourth box  "S was completely cured- My diges-  .Uoa 4- good. I never feel any pain  .���������Jn tfce back. My bead is clear and  & feet tike a young man. I think Dr.  vdiaee'a Kidney-Liver Pills are one ot  ���������������*}_��������������� best  medicines  on earth.*'  Dr,     Chase's    Kidney-Liver  <_-ne> pill _. doise,  25  cents a box, all  ^Sealer*, or  Edmanson,   Bates & Co.,  ���������-iroStcd, Toronto.  fort within his.power  On the following evening the visitor again appeared at ihe Rectory, and  stated that his partner had died dur-  ihg the day and that his last, wish  was that he ijould be inferred in  Lowestoft. Churchyard, adding further  that as the vessel was obliged to*  leave at a special t'me of the tide  on, the following morning, It was necessary that the funeral should take  place at eight o'clock. The Rector  acquiesced, and so on the following  morning the coffin was brought asbore  and- deposited with the usual rites in  the parish churchyard.  The consternation of the Rector can  be imagined when, some twenty-four  hours afterwards, a member of the  local authority called upon him with  the information that the newly-mad������  grave had been opened, and the coffin abstracted, the funeral itself turn  ing out to be a skilfully-laid plan to  run a cargo of valuable lace, over  which had been read the service of  the Church,   v,  ii   i, ������ i wiiiii ..iiiw,  "'m...... ,^Z������������������   Facial Freaks and Frolics  After the Christmas.party they both  jfilt very pleased with themselres and  ilslBgs in general.  They eat together in a cosy little al-  ,������������ve, and by-and-by he took his courtage in both hands���������and proposed.  There   was   no   hesitation   on   this  lia.tly'g part as she accepted, and a mo-  goeni later they occupied but one chair  ...whH-fc s*he-nestled closely to his manly  (5������rea*t.      suddenly she started, frown-  -.ed, and looked him full in the face.  Afeert, she said, you are untrue to  /*$M*! You are playing a game with  <2ius! .  You���������  Darling, he lisped, what���������      ,  You-~-you���������you're ' making faces at  .jnal eke thundered indignantly.  I ������an'* help it, he muttered, sadly.  ,-KF ������-yes-glasses are falling off and I  ^os't. *?n*������t i& let go of your dear little  t&and. ���������   ���������     .    ���������,  To Asthma Sufferers. Dr. J. D.  ^-gUo-gg'e Asthma Remedy comes like  .������ helping hand to a sinking swimmer.  ������t glvee new life and hope by curing  rlila trouble���������something he has come to  i&eltev- Impossible. Its benefit is too  .evident to be questioned���������lt is Its own  best argument���������Its own best adver-  ,i_;sm_-t.     If you suffer from asthma  He Might be, Though  Mrs. Hugh Fraser, in her latest book  of reminiscence, has many amusing  stories to tell.  One of tbem is about the Crown  Prince of Germany. His Royal  Highness had just taken into his service a new manservant, but the overdone ceremonial obsequiousness of the  man soon began to jar on his master.  The Crown Prince became so irritated at last that the servant received  ���������an intimation to the effect that the  Crown Prince would prefer to be  treated with more simplicity. .  The next day; when the Crown  Prince was seated writing at his table  Pills, he suddenly felt himself tapped on  tbe shoulder. Thinking it w.as his  wife, the Crown Princess, be turned  quickly, smiling, only to behold the  servant standing beside him and regarding him with a friendly smile.. Before the astonished heir to the Throne  could find suitable word, with which  *o rebuke the man's presumption, the  latter jerked bis thumb behind him in  the direction of the door.  Pappchen has come to see you! he  announced.  Now. the Crown Prince was exDect-  ing his father, the Emperor, and as  Pappchen literally means Little papa,  his JFtoyal Highness: nearly fainted  with horror.  Paopchen! he gasped. Then,-thinking the servant must have been drinking to talk of the Emoeror in .such a  wav. he muttered to himself his eyes  fixed in f-mazed inquiry on the man: Is  he drunk?  The servant armarently thought #������������������������*������  whisnered remark ws a confi'-'ent.lal  renuest for Information as to the vls-  iiV,r ������s COiii'iiLiOiJ.  LOT.     ft "i: f-i*     SC^"'i aC-i'iTi^  his head In bo*t>q perplexity, he whispered hpcfr f>ftly:  . Drunk? Well, no; I didn't notice anything?  will include five battleships, six light  armored cruisers, twenty destroyers,  a number of submarines, and an addition to the personnel of 6,000 men,  making a total of 142,500 officers and  men. "  The battleships will be of a. new  type, the largest and strongest which  science can build or money 'Supply.  They will displace 27,000 of 28,000  tons, burn, oil and fuel alone,  steam  25  knots.  Republican leader, had been granted  an interview ��������� .by? King Alfonso . who  t promised immediately to estabi'.sh the  The one point; reY-old age pension system^ greatly liberalize the educational system, reduce,  the expenses of Spain's military Programme, establish religious tolerance  and bring into being many other.reforms which Republicans long have  sought.  I am thoroughly convinced of King  Alfonso's sincerity and interest, Az-  csrate declared when he left the royal  audience. I am delighted. Better  things surely are coming in tha very  near future for Spain. ?  Fresh Supplies In Demand.���������Where-  ever Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil has  been introduced increased supplies  have been ordered, showing that wherever it goes ibis excellent Oil impresses its power on the people. No  matter in, what latitude It may be  found its potency is never impaired,  and j it is put up in most portable shape  Thus  they will  be I in bottles and can be carried without  Nautical  She sang of the' fishers far away?  To the fisher's little boy.  She  sarig of the mornings, cold and  grey. -  When the fish are scarce and cpy;  She sang of the death of the fishers  brave,  And then, alas and alack!  The kid still cried for life on the wave  So she gave it a little smack.  end Braflder ������^* ssS  J.WCEtlf.  jlooubstor  U or^sfttd together.  f   .ii   J*��������� iiehl^anji dubpm'd  ^S    to 4inT B.B. otAUoo In  H    Ctoiidm.   Batwster.  "���������'  H    ea^i:M' -ai.*..    JtoAiA  deeeribea    thoa. Sea)dfar{t������o<Uy. Ortowi  eoKper femki, donbla  w<Ub. doubw tlaw  noors.    *V������ cablog  ���������Woped from ntuut Canx.lixa vranbonM.L  ]^ WISCONSIN INCUBATOR CO.������"*|   l_Box2flO   'Raclnej Wis.. U. S.X    12BOilekBtooJw ' -*"  "T.  Intermediate between the present  Dreadnought, battleship and battle  cruiser. They will be armed in ill  probability with eight 16 1-4 inch guns  each firing 2,200 pound shells, of if  the 16 1-4 inch gun is not adopted they  will have 15 inch guns, firing shells  that weigh 1.600 pounds.  fear of breakage.  IT IS NEWS WORTH  *B*������T^%.a^s  GrvINGTOTHEWOSLD  HOW  RAVAGES OF    KIDNEY    DISEASE ARE CHECKED  IN  QUEBEC  Mrs. Ju If en Pair.ohaud, for -seven years  a sufferer, finds quick relief and  complete cure in Dodd's Kidney  Pills.  Wbitworth, Temiscouata Co.. Qu������j.,  (Special)���������With the coming of winter  the ravages of Kidney Disease are  again felt in this province,  and the fact that' a sure cure  is vouched for in this village is hews worth giving' to .the  world. Mrs. Julien Painchaud is  the person cured and she states without hesitation that she found her cure  in Dodd's Kidney Pills.  "For seven years my heartrand Kidneys bothered me," Mrs. Painchaud  states, "I was always tired and' nervous. -I could not sleep. My limbs  were heavy and I had a dragging sensation across the loins. My eyes had  dark circles under them and were  puffed and swollen. I was so ill I  could hardly drag myself around to do  my housework.  "A neighbor. advised me to try  Dodd's Kidney Pills, and I found relief in the first box. Six boxes made  me perfectly well." '   "???-?  If you have any two of Mrs. Paincn-  aud's symptoms your Kidneys are diseased. Cure them and cuard against  serious, if not fatal results by using  Dodd's Kidney Pills.  A Matier of Sex  A well-known clergyman describes  an incident which occurred at a meeting held in the South of England to  promote a charity. The mayor had  worked hard to secure a successful  gathering and as he looked round and  found the bishop of the diocese seated  side by side with the Wesleyans, the  Baptist, and other ministers, he felt  that he had reached the supreme moment of his life. ?  He rose, and after expressing his  delight at seeing so many men for--  getting their little differences .and  uniting in a common cause, he summed up the situation in these eloquent  words:  The fact is, gentlemen, if a man's  heart is in the right place, it doesn't  matter what sex he belongs to!  Minard's Lb-siment Cu.-es Diphtheria?.  j ���������      -1 "ii" i __.  ���������'.     -."���������' Nothing Left  Care and system are the half-way  houses to happiness, and if Mrs. Mc-  Quill was anything/she was careful  and.systematic. A little while ago  she had occasion to go out and leave  the house intake care of itself. But  t_e grocer was expected, and unless  he was warned? he would leave, his  commodities on the doorstep, and thus  advertise the fact that house was unprotected. Therefore Mrs. McQuili  wiote this note: AH out; don't ieave  anything, and pinned it on the front  door.  When she returned her note was  no longer on the frontdoor, and there  was a nasty, empty sort of sensation  about the greater part of the house.  Everything of value had disappeared.  She found her note on the ddniner-  tahle... 'But a line had been added'-to  it. '-:?Y'-?1? ���������'  Many thanks, it ran.- We haven't  left much.  A Peculiar Girl  That Miss Bradish is one of the most  peculiar girls I ever saw. She and t  met in London last winter and we've  been very good friends ever since until  a couple of weeks ago. Nov/ she  barely speaks to me '.'������������������ I can't account  for it. We were talltlug one evening  about clever women. We both agreed  thatta2ented women are seldom beautiful.  You probably -made' some  that she didn't like.  . No; I was careful about that, and  she showed no sign of her unaccountable coldness until I asked her whether, if.-.; she could have her choice, she  would prefer to be taleated or beautiful. She never answered the question, and has been different towards  me ever since. Most peculiar girl I  ever saw.  remarks  The Irish Boy  Headmaster���������Well,   O'Brien,     w_al  are you doing out of bed?  O'Brien, I just got out to tuck sny-  . self in, sir.     ...'������������������  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds,  Eto.  Raise Hogs  . Every farm has enough table slops  and skimmed' milk, smutty grain, or  other  by-products to feed or  nearly  feed enough hogs for one's own meat  Simnlv, Tf V/Mi   will   talrfx  an   nnra   nt  *���������*���������   ������,Ifl S.me 'If* *eBXdy and Qnd!yo^r]poor6^naWandpTanrinrrsome  tlielp 4'fce thousands of others.  A Silly Question  At flio flupper-table Mr. Wade men-  4tooed a tragic circumstance that he  <JWtwS rMd that day In the newspaper.  A paKfi^nger on a translanttc steamer  ���������|mm! faUem overboard in mid-ocean and  vftavd never been seen again.  Wm he drowned? askod Mrs. Wade.  Oh. ������o; ot <jourse not, said Mr.  'Wttde.     put ho sprained his ankle.  How Generous  Waon-t it aad about old Roblnson'a  jfollnrel  What! -has he gone omaoh?  V������������; iftat <*vorythIng he posaeasod.  Thafa too bad. Ho promised nu������  ^tome^hln** yesterday, but naw in hl*������  -jfToiible I Hhan't hold him to It.  Tliat-'a ften.rouB of you.    What was  m ���������  Hto idausHter.   ^  Her Match  A dear old lady had been presented  with a parrot from the Congo, and she  was showing it to her old gardener.  You know. Horace, thai this parrot  comes from the Congo, and Congo parrots are so intelligent that they are  almost human. This bird whistles  'Home. Sweet Home* so beautifully  that the tears run down its beak.  Yes, mum, quoth Horace, I know the  parrots, from the Congo. I used to  have one, and it whistled The Village  Blacksmith' so beautiful that sparks  used to fly from its blooming tall.  That will do, Horace, you may go.  R.wstor't' Wlfo ��������� What mado you  4tilntc tho collection was made to get  (ttio minister a now tault?  Hector���������nocauae so many of tlio con-  jprcgat-ioii put ln buttons.  USE VOUR  SPAR-  TIME  W������ five.you a Homo Study Courne  which will onablo you to prepare for  .foetter things by unln-a* your oparo tlmo.  We totted  all  Commercial  branohoo.  -Blffhoi Accounting. Drawing, Illustrating, an *J  fit young  pooplo  for good  ,p<t������lUon.i at good Galaiies,     Write ua  for particular** and lot us know what  f-nftltlon   you   would   llko  to  prepare  ��������� for.      ������o It. now.      Address W. H.  iZhxw, PrenfOout,   Shaw   Correspond*  enco' flehoot. Toronto, Canada.  KIDNEY TROUBLE  nil Urio Antd DlnpniHt-n, InnliiiUn**; Kl<1 ���������  ������i4������y Tronbin, ninililfr Hton***< OnII  fftoni*)-. Oravol and Lnmbn-ra nro iniv  Iflly tviifvod ,������nd permanently ouro<l  toy -ANOL. A rotnody that hnu nn*  ������nvi-blf* roputiitlon throuahout Cnn ���������  r-*f. XVf fflll nr-ni* irrtrr** f**nr--  humm-aq* of ncoplw, who havo boon oUrod  <Mf   -U4i   Of   WOrm   of   'tlttMU   tlUlliplullll*',  OANOL  Wtitt* tar full Information.  Jftriiie ttl.BO r������r nottli. at all LtunJinu  DruK-Klntii.  iinfc.  *aMriui-  m irij.   CO.,  tiu.  -AIINMIH*****'**    M������H|ITnn������  W. N. U. 035  of the good grazing crops and then  put a piece of mesh wire around it  and turn the hogs in, you will raise  thrift, economical hogs and the land  you use for this purpose will be so well  fertilized ln a year' that lt- will be  worth twice as much for producing  your standard farm crops.   ���������  Givo your hogs an acre of your tillable land and prepare it for them, and  you will find, it you will keep books,  that lt pays you more net profit than  any other aero on tho farm. Of  course If you put your hogs In a little  ������ x 6 pen ana feed tbem nothing but  corn and have no shelter 'for them  cither from ru.. or.Taln and keep thom  thin In tho summer so they won't  get hot Instead of giving thom wator  under a nice shade tree, you may bo  disappointed. If yon abuse the hog  this way ho Ih not going to bring you  in any revenue. But If you will give  your hogs a fighting chance thoy will  take It and make good.  Whon you start out to raise your  mr-tat supply for next yenr got n bred  gilt or a ualr of pigs that aro of good  registered fltook. Tbo difference in  cost la so Uttlo hotwoon thom, and  grndof-t and tiho d Iff Torino in economy  of production la so grent that, a man  Ih making n, mtn'oke who buys hiss  thnn tho boHf, Then, *i������b"*o from tho  dllToroiiPo In profit, frooil hogs are ho  much easier to hnndlo nnd you will  hnvo flo uv'fh bettor Duality of moat,  when you kill, It doon not l.nko near  Mm fonolng for good hoprn, elthor.  Much Worse Lonnes  Thoro was an aimiBlng incident aftor thu lot-'cui liful iiiii.it. at- Uio Criterion Theatre, whon Mr. Bernard Par-  ry'H piny "Whom Thoro'n n will���������  was vory well rocolvod by tho audience  Aftor the final frill of tho curlaln,  a group of pooplo, Including Sir  Charloo Wyndhum, wore congratulating Mr. Parry, but Mm author riocmrd  moro concerned over tho loss of IiIb  hat, which hnd dlwippoiircd during the?  ovoning.  Why, man, Sir OharloH Wyndbam  oxulaliued, I'vo known young iinMiori;  to have loBt not only their h.iU, but  thoir hfladn hJho over Riioh a riwpt-  Ion as tho houao haa Juat, given you!  Do4������tnr���������Woll. 1 bonr* von pf/i'l*oo* ������������*���������������  my advice.  Patient--���������Yes. doctor, but not bo  muoh as you did.  His Little Mistake  The new clergyman was paying a  visit amongst the patients in the local  hospital. When he entered ward No.  4, he came across a pale-looking yq���������ung  man lying in a bed, heavily swathed  in bandages. There he stopped and,  after administering a few words of  comfort to the unfortunate sufferer, he  remarked, in cheering tones:������������������  Never mind, my dear fellow, you'll  soon be all right. Keep on smiling;  that's the way in this world.  I'll never smile again, replied the  youth, sadly.  Rubbish!   ejaculated the clerk  There ain't no 'rubbish about it!  exclaimed the other heatedly. It's  through smiling at another fellow's  girl that I'm here now.  The Chief Event  A Liverpool schoolmaster is tel'i������g  a rather funny story against Iiunse!f.  He begins the story with the significant remark that one Saturday he  paid the last of a series'of visits to  his dentist.      On the following Mon-  rlov   TniArTjinc  OUS  Or  tWO  Of biS   T1U*r'ilS  looked at him curiously, but of course  nothing was said. He makes a point  of trying to interest his pupils in the  current affairs of the world, so when  his   class  assembled   he   opened   his  quest-ion:  Well children, what is tha chief  event that has happened since Friday?  Quick as lightning came the replv  from a little girl in the front row*  Please, sir. you've had a set of false  teeth!  The teacher says he passed hurriedly to other topics.  hii--iat-i--il  DON'T let your horses  tun down during the  . ���������    winter aud get so soft that  they wilt loee flesh bad! v when  you start your spring plowing.  '-.������������������'."���������   x   .     If horses* are not worked  regularly during the winter. tW need tbo  $tfSrtt unRs&-**? of INTERNATIONAL  STOCK FOOD, to tone up the digestive  organs.^saaWe them ia get all the cood out  ^of. their   feed,   prevent   the  Wood   from  beconnng ovfcrheated, and thus ward off disease.  "Ihavefed'^irrERTCfATTowiiT 0������������������, i*Jf������=AM, Sask., Jan.-26th. 19x2.  ZSfm %!Sl-_S__--_*_??.J-y ?e-Ihbors said I ������ad'been beat.  .WheiilSjSghtthe  1  I  ^. For sale by dealers,everywhere.   Onr $1,000.00 Stock Book-_ent'f������e'*whe- wj*  fecctve your name ana address.      IN1T-BNATI0NAL STOCK FOOD CO. -_Hr������l>. TO-WR^  Wlwa y������a Buy Matdiea.  -.:?-.-'���������??  Ask for ,-���������-���������  l&ey have a true  safety  bas<  h _a--   witli   silent  never  esplode  if  Stepped   oa.  Eddy*a YMatchea  have  satlefled  Can>  ���������dian- sinew XSSI-���������accept no othera.  The ������. B. Etitiy Company, Hull, Canada  INSIST ON  GETTJNG "EDDVS"  Washboards,   Wood  Pails and  Fibre Pails and Tubs.  j-8���������ag  Tubs,  Only Ona "CROMO QUININE"  That is LAXATIVE   BROMO . QUININE.   Look lor. tho signature of E.  W.   GROVES,   Cures  a Cold  in One  Day.  Cures Grip In Two Days.  25c.  Thomas, the messenger lad, was  sent by his employer to the back of  a certain market to buy a tin kettle  to replace one the spout of which had  been melted off. The old kettle was  given to the boy so that he might obtain one of tho same pattern.  Although the market was only a few  yards away, the boy did not return  for two hours, and then without having made a purchafle.  Why, the market ia full of kettles,  said the employer.  Ay, replied the lad, but thoy all had  spouts on.  Friends  Hilda (to her bosom friend)���������When  I get mnrriod I would like a husband  who's eaB'Hy pleased.  Vera (hor bosom friend)���������Well, that  Is just tbo sort, of husband you will  get.  Ml nurd'*  Liniment  cures  Dlsternpsr.  Too Duuy  John, muffled to tho oars, was shovelling off the snow.  Tho storm was howling dismally  through, IiIh whlukuru. Ho was mad  all tlio way through.  Afy doar, camo a volco from an up-  por window.  Lot mo alone; I'm busy, ho shrieked back, and ho wenl. 011 'aliovullluig,  ami down ������;l*ninnoil Hu- window.  Half an hour later tho sumo volco  from tlio aanio window, camo In plouil-  Ing tones:  My doar John���������  Woll. whnt on earth do you want  iigaln? ho shouted. Is tho hoiuio on,  Uro?  Hnvo  tho burglars got. in?  No, John, wallod Mm volco, but  you arc tihuvolllng Lhe iinow off lu  front of tho wrong hoimo  T'vji he collnproil  v/������Xf������fmifiim^rZ^S!!/S^SSSSiSSaeBB!9j  w  A concrete milk-house  makes milk worth more  PEOPLE are willing t6 pay more  for milk that comes from a clean;  sanitary dairy. In nearly every  city such dairies charge from 50 per cent, to  100 per cent, more than others���������and even then  they can't supply the demand for pure, high-  grade milk. You will get more value out of  your cows if you properly cool and store the  milk. Such milk is not only more wholesome  ���������and therefore can be sold for a better price  ���������it is also slower to sour than milk handled by ordinary methods.    .t_sk for the free book,  "What The Farmer Can Do With Concrete"  IT will tell you how to build a concrete milk-house, and also describes scores of other uses  for concrete around the home and 011 the farm. It is not a catalogue. Its 160 handsomely  illustrated pagei. are devotee! entirely to the subject���������in which every progressive farmer is  interested.  YOU do not place yourself under the slightest ol*������li_ation in asking for the book. Wc  do not even ask that you agree to use cement. Just sign the coupon attached to this  advertisement, or send your name and address by letter or post card, and the book will  be mailed to you at once.    Address,  Please  send me  yourb  Publicity Manager  CANADA CEMENT COMPANY LIMITED  513-  569  Herald B-Udlitssr* Montres!  TAT HEN you buy cement, remember  VV Vint the /armor.- of Canada have  found that "Canada" cement ie best.  Look for tlie label on every bajf and  barrel.  ���������?^/V';;.ffX.'*,>-a^^  nnmmmwim.0������l:.um,S,  jj-.f:,._:-..:,-ua.^m,f^  THE GQ1 MFRf.' RRfl'i. nn i m  WINNIPEG,  cxacuTiva  T. A.  Crci-r. H. J.  Fieuiu, Joint Kennedy, William MoffAt.  DIRl-CTOttATK  > mm w ��������� t������ k I ��������� V  CALGARY  mm S h*l  1,. ..in *uum���������  t.nntt\t>v. J.  A.   Mnlinrir.   li*.   W.   Or nn.   Jf.   Mr.rrl������<Mi       All*..**.���������v>     r    *s...������i  ll you ci.iihiioi your Kntin to tin it wiii i><i lonnio nfier In th* b������*t cttelblm nunnur.  m.     a.    . ^ OUR  A'M  lo *)ot������������r ^^.��������������� coi._UImi, of th������ furnur ������nd cui out th* aprAftd b������tw*M.n Urn prodno-ir mnA th#.  coi)k\irnori  hAA^fc,***���������.    ���������WWw^MWW*^!,* ,  aai8e^ti;ff,?!iii,iftjiiffiiamMiw������������������ft(<ii������w^^  1 m���������1���������iiinri- a-iiifi ..-iii-iiijrartf���������n'iVifW WJ'Tira-TSIWg���������_IHBTIW���������TB���������W B&gmmamgsBnfs;  SSS5  ealWrn.  "TT������  itff  I si jVS:  '-?SV'  ,?,.-fj,i-  ?���������������'  g'R-.:������,-���������   '  I -l***-'���������-.-  'v.'Cv?-  IVIW/  .;' \ vi'-".  JY������>  ���������Pi'  t'*������ _yi  m  13 BS  IW-'s-  1-3*5  I'M?;  1^  J./ J���������.  11  irtiM  li  Hi'  .'���������tt'  J ���������.- ��������� -.:  ii-.iv.  IftV.ft  1. -' t.'  /THE ��������� CREBTON   (EEyiBW,    OEESTON,    B. (X  ffftw aw������f'������Jiu������������ii������Mgwewg_i a-M_gMgwg__���������^gTO  _.,..,    *__r__r__?_w ss/smmM^  ^iti^tititfaxigSBSB  Notice  ..im  ^^W i^3__ ������������? mW'LW -_S_Ss ffie? ������a������  ������������������!  after January first 1913 we.  er rive percnet discount on all cash  purchases and four per cent on all monthly accounts paid before the 12th of the  following month.  KBEacp.an���������x j ���������iij'iitwi���������TrmajmaJuna^-BggiBmry^  i-V  ��������� V  ^^-a-____-B-g-SS5-S3^-53Bi5S3Sg^'^^  A*-*,   /-  \i-i. ��������� '-���������  ^���������'������������������������������������-f'-^a^ig'yygi'^'^^ ���������������������������_;  **B_aamnwi���������  ___--_-_  S3        ���������   5 a 3=2    B _ _   SwS &-   SilS  Church   Notices  uiuoiuli yni uui fillip I  _���������������������������_ ���������������m rrri*trmmm������K.***0 -������ mjen  BILLIARDS AND POOL, HOT OR COLD  BATHS, CIGARS, CIGARETTES AND  COiNFECTiONS. RAZORS     GROUND  AND 5E3\  o  t\  k a lj at"cicri  r^  h\S  riL_L_  tin  ,n  ,J lUfJ  h  METHODIST CHURCH  f|   Sfi-vico-s will he hold t'voyy Sunday os  ||| follows:  Jloining - - 11:00 a. in.  F.vfninij   - - -       7&0 p. m.  Salihm-h Si'.hool 2:20 p. m.  Vou are  vvdcmiw  to   tarry  with us  Fred I.. Carpenter  Pastor  i . During the past year, the property of  the Oreston Power, Light and Teie-  pbcne-Co., has been'subjected to snue���������  wantou desiruction by the boye, and  other persons of the district.  Tho gny wires on several of the poles  about town ai e used as climbing ropes  and swinge, to the detriment of overhead wires aud the telephone service  generally. Hundreds of insulators have  been broken by sfone throwing, nud in  ou*iyi''g district**, the telepho io wire  bus been cut down, and stolen.  The damage generally to our property  the past twelvo months, is ea.iiuati'd nt,  *i*>700, to say nothing of the interruption j |f  of service, aud thu consequent lowx to  subscribers. Wo tako this opportunity  of warning all persons concerned that  tho law will bo taken ovory advantage  of, to protect ourselves and our subscribers from tho d'iningo and trouble, that  has* been experienced in the past.  The Oreston Power, lug tit .fc  Telephone Co., Ltd.  per R. Sinclair Smith  -2_-_2--g----3-^_-_-----^--^___a  _V_*-*-?!-*, /R-^S^-.fi_?������������?������       S"SsHasst:   ICimgNiims&'Q.irSlia&m''���������'     Iti-  - ���������-������_���������_.?���������-_������-: ���������������������������,    swIa-'Of^liv-e'^br-jileft  Everyone wants npibt.ure of the members of the Government of  C-nutria. Toe ''News-Advertiser" hns had prepared for the exclusive  use of irs renders in this proviu'ea a large engraved plete of Bt. Hon  R. L, B'-don and his Ministers.  The group is redrawn from the latest photographs of the eighteen  Miniyters, w ho com pose the advisers of His Royal Highness the Gov-  eriior-t-Jenernl. I is printed in sopia on-heavy board ready for framing  aud will be of the greatest educational value in the home, the sohoo  and ' he library,  Th*) Prime Minister, HON, R.L.BORDEN, occupies a central poai-  ti<m, and is shown standing at the head ot the-Council Table. Seated  about him are his colleagues.  Dimly in the background the features of Sir John Macdonald look  down ou his successors. ,  S3  BBS-a 4_^ _^_ _^ HB  *i_r ��������� ���������  B&K35gi&f������*$-  tf?i!ST"*?3-_a.  "'    ti  SS   m\  *>'&*     -23  B������* NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WKTiTEN CONSENT.  Oonllned to His Homo fer Weeks.  "Heaw -wort, sevoro ?tr-J=i--r a->i en! habits la youth brought oa  Ta-cuao Vein*. V.';.-: I ������������������.-..: iarvi u^o ao-il-j,- \vouU becoms  sevcio and I iviisoA-i'-i i���������Ui us z^i" ���������& v.vcii at a t..r.<'. jav a&aj_.y  physicio- toU Ko_-;>.:;.-'^vus������r,...aly bopa^-Vuc I dreaded it.  1 triedaevc-nU ^i>ecia-i a.._-. L-^sc-oa iousu out mi. ucy f--z>".c-.A v..^ saj*  money.   Ic--."-.u���������ccv-i'.oleck u;oaii*.l il^otorsas Ut:].���������:- boner tban  roguos. Ono day :r:y '- -  I to!.d liim ir.y cord. :ioa.  .���������ie-1 r=? v,3T I '.-aso-t tto.U s?o r^ich and  HeuJ.vIs:-dr?;eto cor^u-'s i"rs. Kci:ae-.?j-&  ' ue-w  sir  ���������m%    _ *������r,  Ifioritfnuedtreat���������tens for three ���������"or.il-s l*n~&r asd'v-as reT;arde_  vrith. a complete cure. Icou'd cviy earu ?".' a jre:.- in r. tnacr.ma  shop before treatment, now i pm earrsina; ^-1 an*i uever loeso a day.  I wish all sufferers fcnew o������ your vaiuaUle ti^trn*>^J. /^r_c._  ���������SPi    ___S__A-S_-^^  ver  BLOOl) POISONS are the most prevalent and most serious disposes,   aaeysap xae  eryliiO blood of the victim and unless entirely eradicated from t^e s>-ste:n wm ^,������S3  serious complications.   Bev.-are of iiercury.   It Eay suppress tae sj-nyccnis���������oar jSEW  METHOD cures all blood diseases.  -OUNG OR MIDDLE AGED ME-".���������Imprucler.t acts or tetsr earsocses have brolcen.  down your svstem.   You feci the symptom; sler.Ur.jfiovor_;;o-x   lZz~zj...:>j. r-e.ysically and  vitally you ore not the maa you used to be or should be. V, a.i youii������cii u���������;uai_<iA signal.  ��������� -   -      - -   txas  I'iETiroa  syoiir   wiiatm nosaoi'.oi'oro'.aer-ic w..i i:o xoi- you.   %���������oiwo!tati������>i������  Pll ESBTTERI AN    O liURCH  Service  every  Sunday   at   11  a. in.  and 7*30 p. m.  Sabbath School at 2:30 p. m.  Adult  Bible Class at close of evening service.  W. G. Blake  Minister  CHURCH  OF ENGLAND  Christ Church  Jan. 26th    (Qninquaiiesi_ia Sunday )  Matins Holy Commuuion .Ha. in.  Erickson School Honse 3 p. tn  Sunday School 3 p.m.  Evensong, Sermon 7 p. ni.  Philip C. Hayman (Vicar)  Sio Reward  j    The above reward will be given for;  the return of   I white steer,  1������������ years  old and 1 white heifer,   1>;< Jyenrs  old.  Both all white  except ears  which are ,  red inside.    "Victor Carr.  ow to Obtain the Picture  This tine engraving, of which a limited number have been prepared, wil! be sent  FREE OF CHARGE  to new sub-"orili������r.������i. or i,<> old subscribers, whdrenew their subscriptiouo  for one year (f3 00.)  Por out of town subscribers the picture will be  tubed and postage  prepaid.  Non-subscribers'may obtain copies on payment   of   50  cents,   If  rnailad, teu cents extra for tubing and postage. ?  Applications and remittances (cash must accompany order), must  be made to  ���������j  The Circulation IVlanag&r  "News-Advertiser-," Vanoouver,B-G-  a  _S-J-^MB-aB  %.y������i^J*g������������?W!R>S5^*:s*S*4i':  A concert will be held in  Mercantile  Hall, Creston, February 7 at S p. m.  ##^###>###^#^#|)###-#-##  ���������mr   *������r  ygr   "���������"   ~*r  ���������#  w^. Tr"^ ir y it ^w^     p~w^ in%. w^> w^ ?^  Mrs. .uogie of  Nelsou,   assisted by  the���������' *^     $L  No matter -who has treated you, ���������wrlto for an honest cp'sion Fr^e pf Charge.  Free���������"Boyhood, JI__iood, Fatherhood."   ClUustrated) en liiseaces ot _.en.  Free.  Book* Free���������*'  tin ft AMES, USED "WITHOUT WRTTTEN CONSENT.. PRIVATE. No name* on  boxmmor envolopot. Everythin������ Contidcnti&i. viuo������uou Llsi Siid Ccs* cS Tr-������tm������nt  FREE FOR HOME TREATMENT.  LOOAL NEWS  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold St., Detroit, Mich.  All letters from Canada muct be addressed  to our Canadian Correspondence Department in Windsor, Out. If you desire to  KB U3 personally call at our Medical Institute in Detrcit as we Dee and treat  bo p&Uo-is in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters as follows;  DRS. KENNEDY & jKENNEDY, Windsor, Oat.  JRMfca for our prlvato address.  ���������.���������^'.W'.'rt^M'*;'"':'^^  O. G. Si, SIGNAFIES CRA_TBROOK  CO-OP-RATIVE STORES.  ���������A-:���������;<-���������" r.?..':,: ,���������.   lit iri-/W;.\<.1UirX.'W*'.-"*>l''WV&r.lQ,  M--^4--_-  We are requested to announce that ������  slight error was made as to the aduiis  ion to the concert next Friday oveninp  The admission is 35 and 35 cents,  Mrs. Frank Corneil of Oanyon Oity  ���������j was a Oreston caller Wt dnesday.  fS������0 ������^������mf^i^*ssiiiWmfmfM^^^^i^^  Comprising t25 Acves GRAND FORKS, B. C.  Pears    - Sm^ -r 1g"g25?E'&   'to*08  Plums  **Br~u-*~  ^ ^ft-&___^    emeries  GUARANTEED HO^ECROWi  Cellared���������Roots iu earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade.M  Established l-dOObythe HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture  I ALL 8TOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH ATCATALOCUE PRICES  ���������We have a full line of dancing and  Romeo alip-isra at the Oash St re.  best local*'talent will sing.  Mrs. Logie is a professional singer  and conies to Creston highly recommended.  The Calgary Herald and The Compton  County Chronicle make the following  statements;  Mrs. Logie, who is a comparatively  niweonier in Calgary, possesses a voice  ol very high range, and full of rich,  sweet quality. Her voice was well tested in che songs she sang, but it  proved  ally equal to their difficulties.  mm. lerald.  Mrs. Logie had a large portion of the  work aud right well she did her part;  Never has it been .pur privilege to hear  i singer of Mis. Logic's ability. Her  clear, sweet soprano voice is capable of  aluiost unlimited possibilities Her selections were of a varied character calling for different shading aud infcerpre-  ���������ation and yet she eoenied periectly at  home iu all classes of music.  ���������Gompton County Chrouiclo.  A small admission of 25 and D5 cents  .vill be cnarged.  #*���������  AND  ORNAriENTALS  *  ^afe  .11 ^^   Mmm*3$   .B    .rt^&sJ'  *qj),  j_& ���������  iW  tppam'  H Sa H 'i h '������i���������������iSji *i r-isBsaksa  >i> VaOJliUTiik    '������J4^AA������l_���������  ��������� ,n HH o o n n ���������  amKtj,��������� o.*ai <s.������j,  m. a ^������-am ymmjnx xxm^-mM  -.;;*!*���������,.  VERNON, B. C.  ���������_wrPSncrFrwt*T.-r-> vi*!*������**-jt'^^*.-rvTn.* rtr&wcazsx&msm  *#  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true    ������$>  to name.    We cany   all the   leading   varieties   most  -iiite$ to this district, n Our specialty is budded stock  ^  ^   on three-year-old whole roots.  For further particulars apply to our local Agent.  # J. B Shi co, Box 39, Creston, B.C.  ^  >inKm������,armiMrJ9vi-r***ttm*u**x*#m0'y* -a ^evrix  B0&_-������n  '���������tom^^&il&ii'k-  ;;-,'.'j������-w>r  _^S2____to _������������������-���������������������������������������_    .ii     <mimm\  I For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent, Creston, B. C.  -38-CBU  ��������� C..*   ..'. f,/vK������-'V V,������.',������Mti>\: *  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  The Frazer Valley Nurseries Company havo recently published ^a book  (uitled. "Landscape JfQardeniug, and  What to Plant", whioh contains a lot  of valuable information for the fruit  grower and rnnohor. Soo ad ou back  pago for particulars.  SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., I.L.IK. D.C.L.. PreHldent  AXJEXAXmZR LAIHI) JivilM A1KI1  AmiUl;, nl Out nil lMminucr  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  BANKING BY MAIL  Accounts may be opened at every briinch ot The Caiutuiiui  Bank oi Ci-iuuiccl lo he opL.al'.d V.y nv-.il, :���������"���������! v/,11 n-roiw* i!u:  iamc careful attentitm as is sjiven to ;;ll oilier deparimenls of lhe  Bank's business. Money may he iktposilcd oi withduwii in tl^is  way as satisfactorily as by a personal vit.iL tu lhe Bank. Q.4  r?    -t.��������� r*  r*���������I.**.   Mnnnw Creston Branch  UT WI WJT      *4*>������     m    W  . .   ������ W.   , - , - ������������������      mm  TCr  NOTICE is horobv Riven that all tnx-  ea ior tho year 11)IU for properties situato  in tho N(>1hoi������ AsHOHRomot l^istrict aro  now duo and payable ah my ollloo in the  Court Liouiic, Uity of Heltion,  And iiioroovor tako notico tho publi-  oalion of this notion is doomed cijuivn���������  lent to u personal doiu.iud by tho Ool-  1','Clo.i of all taxes due and payable by  (it'iHOiin luiblo tu |,,iv Iho uame,  Sli'phi'ii II. Tlnal���������iih,  Oollootor,  NelhUII AiiriuMiUU-Ul Dibtliot  Dated at Kolbuii, 13. O.,  j thu* iiuU day ot uanuury, ivia  "**K  FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL  it million no itlUorcneu wluit ymi lli;iii'o im  lilnnllliK lliln i:<iu,im���������4>Vi; i';.u miii;i1>' Jim.  mill Willi t!u> I'.neHt iiiinl'.ly of iiui'rii'iy Htoi,**  uvor Ki'nwii.  All irfnH, (ilniilfi, vlnoH, liorrleiu, rhrulm,  rvori������ri'Oiw, itikci, nti\, hoM by uh nro jiuiii''  tjeil  ���������null) VO NAME  It will piiy ymi In ici-t In  limi'li Willi ������n,  ,, r.vv.uv i'I.antkh, Nr.r.ns o 1.1 u hook--  LANDSCAPES GARDENING  6c   WHAT TO  PLANT" ,  i_2 PAGES,        iJO-T^TAMPS)  1 Ijfwj TC? A UKK EST ra> 1  dLEY  SERIES frij  KICHAIU) MSCOMb^thliioR.  BOX.A.ALDERGROV-.B.C.  ilied from Selected Hard Wheat  m  I  wmm:imm:tt:rr.n:.:i'x.z:zzm^^    Vifc-ff  /.V-vff,   .'..''-'-A  ^Jti\ %&  *���������'���������������������'������":���������; i;v"ti\  ' \y,..:.:.-J  -_e_iK.u.iijria,'u,'.r.U',-.,:x^!B_r:i-.  ^   ��������� ,     -j  il    -A.   li.   *)um*'  __-5J BS  vK.TmKmwjmx::2W!nt;Kxnimmtu  will  James Compton, Agent  makegoo  ��������� (lormau bocUh, wool HacltH nndoapH, \  eHpoolall;' for Iho lnnibor jack at A. >j  Mirnbolll.  _L--;_:i.'i.':i#fr--Y.''.-*\rjj:itL-jr.-iii-ejKL.*^^^  0 fl  ��������� Soud for our priooa ou f uruitui*  mv tho frolffht.   O. O. ii.  i      '"  0,  WO    mm  0ft  ISO  t A..:_-ar^^;A_-i'_as:i^^  m u ia V <? t:; ViJ M nl\*'.:tiii\'i;* XivSt ? 5 @  WOT^*-fA__ai_t-_rj?a!Hg_������_*^  i  n       ��������� m  n__  14  .1;


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