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 WsiWyfl  Hl|������ .Willi  s^_p  _K  , p__-  O       4* ' ���������> ifl)  i  _*  n-  ft  4  ���������-^  :f  IT  f  "2_^Sfei!^'*    ' ti   *'*P53  *J**few*ft'  ALL THE NEwS  of the CRESTON  DISTRICT  I  JL  All Rdads-Iii East and West Kooiesisy Lead to Creston  ' * .y  / V '  *������" '<Xifv������*   '     *' '-',<*,j*_l_,"NS_i   _  JAN #u ]U!c?      ��������� Jf  ' i h. v  3_rT TO"A-HP"  ADDRESS pOB  $2.00 A    _gA������  A  No. sr, sth Year.  CRESTON, B.C,   FRIDAY-   TAN. 44,    *9i3*  Single Copies c_������  ni\  X_������.  People Entertained   By  hoppers Club"==Second Hop  Of Season  4'Or ass-*  UtSm9r\   rnfUtHA   S-t Wb  Grasshoppers in January ? My*.! . What a wonderful  climate we must have in Creston.  Never-the-less its a fact which /anyone present at the  dance last Monday night will testify, when the "Grasshopper Club" composed of batchelors gave their second hop in  Mercantile Hall and entertained upwards of seventy people  of between 90 and 100 who received invitations.  ^T*1~ -~     ~w ��������� ��������� ~������4.     ������...1......     -~������X    J-*l������ ^v     J&mm.**..    ...*.*.    *-!-������ *-.    -.-*-...������������������_���������. ���������*        T=7Vl t .���������"rS .-*.-!.1"S  AUC   glCrtL   ICdlUiC   Ui   LUC   ������������������ll������-_    VVCJ.O   LJJ.C   JU_ U._J._      VVJ-IJ-JJ.     V-Uli.  sisted of a three piece orchestra engaged from Nelson for the  purpose.    Not only  did  the  musician _ maintain  excellent  time throughout, but introduced several new waltzes and two  steps which were greatly appreciated.  It is to be hoped the "Grasshoppers" are here to stay for  after a cmsory examination of "Insect:-; and Insecticides'*,  one finds that they do little harm unless they occur in great  numbers in which case a treatment somewhat different to  that used for their vegetarian cousins will have to be found!  The .lights in the hall were very poor during the  early  part of the������evening, causing much inconvience to the   com"  mittee.  O. J. Wigen was a visitor to Creston  Saturday.  Ci  ANYON CITY  MftTCO  Monrad Wigen and Mi������s Olga Wigen  attended the Grasshoppers dance at  Oreston Monday evening.  Walter  Corbett   of   Creston   was a  Duck Creek caller Tuesday.  LOCAL ^EWS     i  O.C. S., SIGNAFIES CRANBROOK  CO-OPERATIVE STORES.  The seotion gang of the C. P. R. are  greatly  improving'   the appearance of  the station platform,   bv destroying the'  v������ old board fence and replacing it with a  very neat lookiug iron fence.  ?., '-r-LiADIES, call nt.our store and look  ��������� over onr supply ot McOalls patterns just  ���������.received.    S. A. Speers.  Floyd Rodgers, who has been spend-,  ing a months vacation with his parents  and friends in Creston, left on Monday  for Spokane where he will resume his  studies at the Gonzaga university.  ���������LADIES, call ���������t our store and  ���������look over our supply of McCalls pat-  erns just received.     S. A. Speers,  J. H. Wyle of Toronto, Ontario spent  adny in Creston this week, representing tho Cnnadiau Magazine.  Mrs. Trascofct, who has been east for  abimt a month, returned to Creston on  Saturday last.  Whil9 on their war to tlie dance last  Saturday. Mrs. W. A. Pease aud family had a slight mishap to their sleigh  which necessitated a short delay. They  were, however, able co gee another one  from Victor Can* and arrived rather  late but without further accident.  Mr. and Mrs. B. Lamberton and Miss  Grace Lamberton of Creston spent Sunday with friends here.  clipping off the years,  A plunging to eternity midst laugh,  vfaixS, shouts t*UU tears,  But still we keep a striving and holding  like grim death  A toilin, sweatin, broilin, a gsfep with  every breath.  A Canyon Gicyite.  Mrs. G. Sheehan returned from Nelson Saturday.  Mrs. H. Whyte and little daughter  arrived home on Saturday from. Ontario, where she has been visiting her parents.  LOCAL PICK-UPS  William   Miller, an old resident of  Creston has been quite ill this week.  Mrs.  John Qoaife of Sirdar was a  Creston caller Tnesday.  A. D. Pochin is hauling hay from the  Cj-eston fiats this week.  The Ladies Aid wishes to thank the  j Creston people, who so liberally donated  towards the churoh organ fund.  Matt Hagen has a crew of 6 men out  working ou the government road -between Sirdar and Kitchener  W. B Mnir and Andy Miller were  among those who attended the dance  la3t Saturday.  A most eMjoyable evening was spent  on Saturday last by all those who were  present at tbe Olub dance. In spite  of the^suow jtorxn, whipn started just  about the time most people were ready  to start, a large crowd was present. D  Butterfleld as floor manager kept things  going for some time. The hit of the  evening was the Kazoo band. The Kazoo was a mystery to prootically everybody present- tmi the band certainly  created a lot of amusement when it  rnftde its appearance and gave a few  selections. The officers of the club  threaten to muke the Kazoo band the  official orchestra of the olub.  ���������Latest styles in   photos,  nest to Garage.  Studio  ���������We have a full line ot dancing and  Romeo slippers at the CaBh Store.  Gny Lowonberg, one of the delegates  of tbo Board of Trade, to Fort Steele,  returned yesterday.  ���������Have your picture takou while  in  Oreston, Studio behind tho bank.  Mm, M. MoCitrtby, who has boon  ���������..ponding a faw day it in Cranbrook, re*  tnruud to Creston yoHtorduy,  On February 7 ut three o'clock in the  afternoon, Mrs. Logie of Nelson, will  addi'089 all ladies of the Presbyterian  congregation at the ohuroh for tho purpose of organisaiug a Presbyterlal for tho  women of tbe Kootenay Presbytery.  -~Fivo peroont dincimnt nt   tho Oi'li  6toro.  Jack Cameron i.l' Oiutiliriwi,-. arrived  ���������in Crouton yosterd vy for a nhorfc stuj  "���������with friend i and relntivort  ���������1-OglHtoroil Yovkrthli'o -White H<mu,  Oak LodgoDulce-or Aginm!'/,--I'OL'T,".', Iu-hI  by tho dlrootor'ol' tho I'X'.oHiw-nial fnrm  A gar-Is*,, 13, 0., is f'jr norvlco at Valley  VJ-jw ranoh. on Allno Mlno Trull, rntntj'l  ������������������The C. 0. S. of Oranbrook is selling  Iron Bods with mattross and spring for  ������11.  ���������-For Sale���������Sowing nmohlna, almost  now. Rnyiiund ninko. A' bargain for  oiiMh.   ISu'iuiru nt thin oillco.  Miss Stinson of Erickson accompanied  Miss Bertha Pease to the Sooial olub  dance on Saturday.  Service will be held every other Sunday in the Oanyon City church. All  are welcome.  Mrs. Carfra -and Mrs. Hall had a  verv pleasant journey to Huscrof-*  camp Sunday, soliciting funds for the  chitch organ.  ~W������" liny tlm freight-, unit if yiu are  not witiH-od with tho vnlnnn roooivod  t'rmn uh, wo will p:iy tho freight buoli  uul rotund full uiuouut oi' your pur.  i-hium.    O.C. .9.  W. J. Cooper has sent in his resignation as a trustee of the Wynndel sohool  board, to Col. Ashley Cooper (Soo). He  gave no rensons for so doing.  A. Johuson of Wynndel wna n visitor  to Oroston, Thursday.  Como to Duck Creek whoro neither  aaoial nor finnnoinl depression is felt, tho  balance sheet of tho Sooial Club, last  wook, showed lj.9.80 fco tho good.  Messrs W. J, Cooper, Pan! Ofner and  And*; stad of Duck Creek were CreBton  callers, Monday.  Dr. Green of Cranbrook w������s called to  Creston this week to see W. H. Johnson's son, who is quite ill.  Murdoch MoLeod, the Erickson merchant passed throngh Creston Wednesday on the west bound train.  E. S. II. Winn  Visits IC oi P. Lodge  -D. .f. Lyon of J.Joit Hill wrni in town  mi ImniniHH a oouplo days this week.  M.nh Ella Dow, who linn boon  nttmid-  tag HOhool nt Toirnt.n for tlio pii������i; thrw  ���������munMtB    rAlnnin -I  tii lii.v   \.,s',\.f. I,,    fi.,,.,.  Mm. L. 11. Melnnifl of Canyon City  iinni', Wi'ilnoHilnv In CreBton calling on  old frlonilH.  Tho. huihei* grmloH in tho public  nohool woro oloHCd tho flrst of tho wook  ii'vlnif to ������ho illtior** of tbr^ tr������r.r*tiA������������   "Mtrn  |K\4A1,   KJUl.tAAUA.jr.  mm ,,���������,*.���������, m i  ,mm.m..\.SfXxm.  A.v,f u.  E. S. II. Winn, Grand Chancellor of  tho ICtiiglilH of PythiiiH, made his ili'Ht,  oillolal viHlt to Wild Uobo Lodge, No. 80  inot Monday ovening. Tho soooud rnuk  wuh couCemul ut'tor whioh the inoinbois  und viHitoiH adjourned to tho . rofroah-  mont room whoro a fowl snppor was  sorviid aftor which, Grand Cliaucellor  Winn mmlo u Hpoooh.  UT..    ......i,    111-,...      r>    n      r������.. ..,,..     ,,i    ...  _*.    .4A4U      A.AA^i.      X.V.   xJ.      IU4LI,.AAA      ,, A^AjlAf     I/O  Cranbrook Mondny.  T. M. EdmoudNou loft on Saturday  last for Victoria,  There are little stacks of tronble in this  .   _}    good old world of ours,  It din't evgrv fellows kjddi.es thats allowed to pick the flowers.  Some get to pick the blossoms, whih  tho other gets the thorn  A pricking them all over, with handt  and dress all torn.  There are stacks of little needfnls that e  fellow wants in life  When 'e's half a dozen kiddies and a  patient faithful wife  Who will cheer him when discouraged;  Saying "Hubby, do not nurse  Your   troubles,   though   amazon  like  Thore are other poor soniB worBe '  There are various stacks of all sized  stumps agrowin on the farm  Old niok oould not evict them or do  them any harm.  Yo'uve got to~go a shooting em, witb  powers of Dynamite,  Dlg^doop into their in-ards and bang  em nut o sight  Thoro nre little stunts of plowing and  f>  burrowing to be done  Er'o our little spriug-time seedlings pop  thoir heads up to the sun.  Thon we've got to go a -fixing, nil around  tho old rail fonoo  Fixing brocolios.slinglug top raila.brinRs  ita own Bwoot rocompojiHe.  Thoronro staalcn of mortgages, agrowin  round our doar  I guoHfl thoy are perennials Ivo soon om  horo boforo  Thoy-ve n. natty trick of growin 'wbori  the inoomo is but small  Ah Tvo bnry Boldnm  son om,   where  tho  follow had It all,  Thoronro little stacks of honest; mon  mill loft npou'thia earth.  Who d donplft) tho man, who wrcckf  ili-Ht ohanoo a hnppy family hearth  Tbovo nri*  other",   <Mon',br   thnnk Cod  for i', luit IIU.V, they numbor fow  Who sny with Chrif.tian theology, ren-  dor CoiiHor what ih duo,  The Frazer Valley Nurseries Company have recently published fa book  entitled, "Landscape ^Gardening, and  What to Plan*-", which contains a lot  of valuable information for the frnit  grower and rancher. See ad on baok  page for particulars.  Word has been received .that ���������''Jack  vw������������|V^V'Ht   ~* MV- *"  ������ml*#������������v-������j %i\m %ma *#������ unv*yi*n*tii  >n the C. P. R. at Cranbrook had the  .nisfortune to have one of his fingers so  mdly sir ashed as to necessitate sixteen  stitches. His many f-fiends here hope  a safe and speedy recovery.  . G. HITS TIE  nl������[u IH OL  -Z,;.-i,'.--y'  &&LH&S:  i".  4-  The west bound passenger train has  oeen delayed several days this week ow^  ing to the unusual amount of snow on  che mountains.  On January SO Comrade Kuight of  Edmonton, Alberta will address a socialist meeting in the Auditorium.  Communication  The Editor Creston Review.  Please olew the misapprehension in  your last issue of the Review, with reference to my statement regarding j,the  woathor. The words of my conversation  should read; The temperature of the  31ooan around Sandon 8 dogroos below  zero, about Three Forks, 4 miles north  along the valley of the North Fork of  Oai pouter Creek, rangod from 15 to 20  oeliw. The climate of Crcaton was  comparatively mild to that ot Nelson.  Ohas, Moore  MRS. LOGlETir  VISIT CRE  Concert to   be   Given In  nercaniUe Hal!  Feb. 7  When n mnn rpoh bin finish ho is  nimlly ever pU'iisco with it  Soli res-poot Im u Une thltig to hnvo  handy, but never to give nway.  When 7,-omcn voto will tho trading  -damp industry Invudo tho fleld ot politics v  II ope nnd faith nre two good assets.  but they won't tako tbem as collateral  at tho bank.  tf wo all obeyed tha laws probably  tbo ('ounHcloi'd nt law would got such  conduct pronounced criminal.  The waiting gamo Is played agrooa-  lily iinrt iifnantBhly only by n In-ry mnn  Half tho world doesn't hnov? where  tho other bulf lives aud doesn't Hi  why. ���������  Cablegram   Says    &oci?f  Product Swept A!!  Before   It  A cablegram from the Agen*t*Geneiral  of British Columbia/ Hon.li R. d-irnay,  xeceived by the Provincial _ti_l_ter of  Agriculture, gives the gratifying infer-  mation that the exhibit of British Cto*  Inmbia froita swept all before jit &������ the  great exposition reoestiy hrfd in SS������n*  Chester, which is accounted one of Iho  more important frnit shows held annually in the United Kingdom.  GMT ������-?EB TSiE  UNITE- STAIES  Turned Back At  Marcus  By The U. S. Is-Sgsal^  gyration Agent  Peter Veregin, the leader of tbe Doak-  hobor colony, was refused a^misaioa to  the United States hy the U. S. Immi-  ff1_l'''05i ____A---' ni-    Mornna XXtx   ���������������_������    *���������������*���������������  C,l-'*-,'���������"*������������������������   -mi^pmtmmm,   MK        v������������������������* ^r*_-t������ mm*.-**        Y* 9M*X       -*__.  his way from Brilliant io Viotoria,  when he waB turned back on the gronad  that he is an anarchist. He had to re������  torn to-Ctelson ahdisQ^by way<-flhaC.  P. ..������."- to. Victoria. Jf M.v. Ve_egin  thinks he has any grievance in the matter the only thing he can do is to complain to the Czar of Russia whose- subject he is. It wiii not be possibiofor  tho government of Canada to do any'  thing because of tho refusal of ths Sonk-  hohors to become British subjects.  A ocnoeZt will ii_ held iu Merouuiiio  Hall, Creston, February 7 at 8 p. m.  Mrs. Logie of Nelson, assisted by the  best looal .talent will sing.  Mrs. Logio is a professional singer  and enmos to Oreston highly rocommeu*  ded.  The Calgary Herald and The Compton  County Ohroniolo make tho following  statements;  Mrs. Logio, who is a oompotratlvoly  newuomoi.' in Calgary, possesses ������ vc;cc  ot very high range, and full ot rich,  owcot quality. lias,* voice wao ������i*oll tested in tho songs sho sang, bnt It proved  tally equal to their difficulties.  ���������Hor aid.  Mrs. Logio had n large portion of. the  work and right woll sho did hor ptwrt.  Neyfor has it boon our privilege to hear  a singer of Mis. Logic's ability. Her  olear, sweot soprano voice is capable of  almost unlimited possibilities. Uer s������-  loctiono wero of a varied character calling for ditforent shading and iuterpre-  lAflnn unit wnt, nlin   nfxxttnA-l ninfffnotl**' nil  homo in all classes of mnslo.  ���������Compton County Chronicle.  A small ^mission of 16 nnd W ooate  I...., ... ,,   ., -,  ,���������..,,.  ....  ��������� A.A-A.VA UI4   WA4.AM ������>Wjl      MXSj*      ������, K4AAVA.    ^AJVW    OAA|      ������������4  j    -ti. 40u4i ������uu uitt utuuity aiu mkm* miMMitr l wm f^ ohorgSd*  | v,"**������,   ������j,jllM������,..>fJll*M ~. '��������� ������������������ .. I "*���������������������*���������*������*>.'?*������%   |  _-_a______-____B-___Mn__-_-^^ wm&m  mmyti  zti&^m^Ztitim  !-ft.  \t-n  \% -ti  l-*i-?; til's 5"  %'\'-:.  Ill ft  il i *���������.���������-.���������������������������  v( '  THE    CRESTON   SiflEW,    CBESTON,    BC.>  By Arthur Applin  %  Wxrd, Lock O. Co., Limited  i-ot-uisn, tncibourna & Toronto,  J>  PLANS FOR AERIAL POSTMEN  Invest $3.0 !h lineof the greatest development ever known around Winnipeg.  The  coming, Chicago of Canada where tho following developments are  taking   j  place.      New Exhibition Grounds, on which 51,000,000 or more will be expended  Close to the New City Park, one of the finest in Canada.    Klnlock |Maee fronts  on Main Street "which Is 132 feet wide, which will be asphalted and double street  car line.    Kinlook Mace prices are the lowest In the district and 1-G ot Whit  similar lots are selling for in the west end of the city. '���������'';.-  Send for/booklet and price list. Choice lots $150 up. Terms $25 cash anl  510 per month. Good improved farms to rent l:i Man., Sask., and Alta. Send  for list.    Live a_eits wanted at every point.  SCOTT,  HILL & CO.,  22 Canada Life  Building. Winnipeg, Man.  ?' (Continued)  CHAPTER VIII  >, i -  Francks slipped the  greeted it.   ;   They    would    have    so  many hours, co many days absolutely  letter   which ! alone together.    Already he wondered  Reuben had given him into his pock-"T what he would find to   say,   how   ne  ������ft with an uneasy laugh.    Ella laid   would amuse her aud keep hidden his  her hand on his 'arm and glancing at I dreadful secret.  her he noticed that she had grown snd-       Strangely enough it was Iris de Fon-Jly   to" the   cleverness   of  the   lawysr  denly pale, her che?ks robbed of the , taigne who came to his aid, she, too,? whom they employed.  brilliant color which excitement and. j had suitered, and it seemed as if real-  Mis One Mistake  Two pickpockets were standing ou  their trial���������notorious thieves, who had  been caught at last redhanded. Non?  tho less, they contrived somehow to  put up a good defence, thanks main-  ising the difficult task which lay oe-  fore him, she transmitted thoughts to  him giving him strength to do his  duty.       Dutv   and   love  are   queerer  And  happiness, perhaps, had given them j.  jshort time ago.  What is it dear, won't you read it?  she whispered.        Only a belated letter offering me congratulations, wish-  ailies than many of us suspect.  ing me good luck- and all that sort ot  thing.  He tried to speak easily, but his  voice sounded unnatural in his own  ears. And it struck him then as  ������trange that Reuben de Fontaigne  should have been invited to the wedding. Iris hai uot been present, cr  her mother, he was certain of that,  The detective who had effected the  arrest spent & miserable twenty minutes in ths witness-bos contradicting  himself repeatedly.  Then what made you suspect the  men? asked the lawyer,  because of his love for Iris, Jimmy } As I said before, one of them was  Francks braced himself to play the { wearing an overcoat with a slit in the  man, to hoiic-btly keep as far as lay j lining, so that he might operate more  in his power the vows and promises i easily.  he had made in church a few hours \     Come,   come!     said     the    lawyer,  ago. j Would you arrest me if, you saw ui������  After   seeing   Ella   comfortably   es- j wearing such an overcoat?  coned in her compartment out of reach \     No-  s������*.       1  happen  to know who  ,.,.,_         _,.        ..of  curious  eyes,  he   walked  back  topon are;   you're* a lawyer.  or he coufcl not have helped seeing I the bookstall and filled his arms with I     Well, what's the difference between  her, feeling her presence.      Yet they j m      ^         newspapers    and    novels,; a lawyer and a pickpocket?  must have been invited    or   Reuben > ^ the lug    ������e registered and lahell-1    The detective shook his head.    He  wonld not have heen there.              ,     ed. and th*n just as the train started, \ roally didn't know, he muttered  I-didn't knew that you knew the de  took his    Uc��������� b    her side   Aeroplanes **o Become Factors In De  velcpment  of German  Colonies  ? Eerlin.-A.fter   a   recent   flight as  a   passenger in    a - biplane recently,  t)oc.jr a> >ii. 8'tcrei.i.iry i i.  toe eoiouies.  expressed   his' conviction  that  flying  j machines will  fill an  important rot's,  i ia the colonies       For this reason, t*.-*  } added, he has been devoting special  ! attention to the subject for some, time  past, and is awaiting a favorable moment for carrying his views into execution.      This moment, he believes,  will  soon be at hand,  and plans  respecting the employment of flying machines in German colonies are already  worked out. \  In the first place the colonial secretary considers that aeroplanes will  render valuable service in transmitting  instructions iu case of risings and insurrections; in the second place he  proposes to establish an aerial postal  service in districts where as yet thero.  aie no ordinary means of communication, and in the third place he intends  to employ aeroplanes in colonial land  surveying.  It is reported that a number ot higher colonial officials now iu Germany  on leave are bolng trained as pilots,  and that it is, Intended to placo aeroplanes at their disposal for use lu their  dim lets when they return to their  posts.  Pcy, or Publicity ?  He was' a North Country smad  tradesman who had just set up business for himself, and it was his dearest ambition to restrict his customers to paying cash, and that promptly.  But. alas!,.there were a good many  good souls who iusdsted on taking  out credit books. .  Hs began to feel very keenly that  this sort of thing must be stopped before it went too far, so he posted .ip  the following notice just inside the  door of his shop where aU could read-  Please don't ask for credit as a refusal often offends.  But alas! this delicate hint direct  haa no effect whatsoever., and tlie  struggling small trader nearly tore hip  hair in vexation.  Next morning tltia notice took tha  place of the former: The names and  addresses of all those who buy goo.U  aL this Shop and don't pay for them  can bo viewed ln the credit ledgor for  the sum of twopence..  The result was little short of miraculous. The curious paid their two*  pences with avidity���������just to see wh*.  owed���������ana.inside a week every debtor  had paid his account in full.  Fontaignes, he said in the same strain  <ed voice.  We don't, Ella replied nervously. T  met Miss de Fontaigne once, and I  think father has acted for them professionally, but that's all. Wasn't he  your guest?  Francks "shrugged his shoulders with-  .������u_f replying.      He    knew    that   the  JSalntsburys had scattered invitations  yprp^A'esst. _ad  Mrs.   Saintsbury was  jiist  the   type' of  woman   to  invit������  anyone whom she might consider had  once been   a possible   rivii   to   ber  Are you afraid of being bored? she ��������� Minard's Li.itment Cures Diphtheria.  asked  with a little  smile,  looking  at!   the huge mass of literature. j     Vienna.    ���������    Dr.    David    Heinrlch  He shook his head and took one o*; | Mueller, who is an eminent orientalist  her hands in his, the left hand. It's | and professor of Semitic languages  rather a long, tiresome journey, h^jat the Vienna University died here  said easily, and when we reach Cn:-j recently, aged 88 years. The Jamais we may not get a carriage to our-; peror Francis Joseph conferred u pa-  selves, so I thought it might arouse i lent of nobility upon the savant the  you to look at the illustrated papers. ! day  before HIr death.  She nodded as   if    satisfied:    then . _   ������������������   with a sudd<?n impulse she bent dovv'i j              r-iFTY YEARS MISERY  and pressed, her lips to the plain gold \ .   A Mild Beginning  A cross-grained old farmer recently  had ii difference of opinion with hi.-*  neighbor, aud ultimately called upon  a solicitor.  1 want you to write him a letter,  and tell him this 'ore foolishness has  got to stop, ho said firmly. I know  just what to say, but l ain't good  enough scholard to put it-just right.  ���������Well, what do you want me tc say?  the lawyer asked.  Weil, begin by telling him he's the  darndest, lyingest, thlevingest reptile  on earth���������and then work up.  I ? thwhh������V hcirh^ Saves Penny After Penny to  The  motor-car  was  carrying^ them j ������-0nderfu!.n she** *-"^    ���������'������'-���������'^tv    \n:i i    *  Purchase  Clock  for  a  Church  .daughter.  MAuCKly towards Victoria Station:  they'did not look very lover-like, these  two, hardly the conventional n������wly-  made bride and bridegroom. Only  the tell-tale flowers    in    Ella's    pale  said    dreamily,    and |  tears    in  her    eyes.    It 1     Geneva,  srldow,    nearly    76  ronderful that you are really i years old, Mme. Hoaegger, of the vil-  r   all.    You   won't   think   l i ������ag_  of  Breuigarien,  Canton  of Arg-  i there were  ! seems so w  ! mine   after  j doubted   you.   will   you.   but   1  j quite realise my good fortune.  He folded  the    utile    white  ie did no* ��������� sen!: ������������r her commune before she died.  hand ! wasted her life in order to buy a pre-  ean't I ovie,   has   lived  ia   great  misery   for  | tbe  last   fifty   years,   and   practically  u������uuo,   ana.   tar   i,Li.;s  crumpled   sai-in ��������� - -  shoe bobbing up and down from the - ..���������<r2Itjv -oe*wee.n his cw*  number plate of    the    car.        Mrs. i V= Y;    h_      -    ^"words save, i     Recently  the widow's strange self-  Saintsbury had fastened it there with i     L^_ a~o 1 save up all hope of hap-: sacrifice came  to  an,end,  when  she  pine^sTof lov<Tand marrlaee���������all that i presented a large  clock  worth $4100  ;* i*P-r to Toman'i heart     1 made a������! to the commune, to be erected in the  daughter's triumph        The    wedding j ^^^f-f JaSd to7ace lS alout Uteeple of the old church.      She had  wwim have seemed incomplete *'lth": ������r I knew ibat \ should never love i saved tbe amount penny by penny on  and   that   '--ou   wer������?   the  onlv I an average of ?S5 a year, dressing as  _.     _ ������������������ 0,     . .       .     _.     man in the world fo-- me !a be&Sar. and often  starving herself  Ms bride,  a  fixed   expression  in his (matnJn^e ���������?[l������'. ������*'* uuring the fifty years past.   ,  ������yes; he was staring at the back af ; ������l0V??n vou ^k������ "he cried - Sh������ Everybody was surprised when it  the chautceur's head visible through ������������������ M^.^J^L^ti^\^^'ni 'I 'I^me known that she had saved sum  the window: the ^unexpected meeting j !"ff ?������' ,^!?tdr#ic5? n_? a large sum.      After the formal pre-  wittt Reuben de Fontaigne had ur.- \*ei? *fcftS? mln w the ^Sid for vo-, '" sentation of the gift Mme. Honeggar  hinged him. awoke thoughts and j JJe i^l> man ia the_��������������� ior 5o . gaid lhat ghe had5galned the object of  memories he had spent many weeks j*ejepeatea. x������*. ������ -'������������������- ������������������������������������- i, her life, and that now death did not  ying to strangle and kill��������� i ^,G iS stranse, almost a terrible tnm.^,  her nwn hands, an  emblem of good;  Jack and an advertisement   of   her  out it in her eyes.  Francks was sitting   stiffly   beside   agam'  $100 Reward, Slim.  Tbe readers of this patwr will bo plcftsrd tn lean?  that there Is at leai;t one circuited disease timt peleace  tact toca tbie to cure In r.li its EUigea, ond tlmt is  Cstsrr*"..   K*i!!*s Cattrrli  Cyr^  ta  the .inir  uosulve i  cum-Dow Kuown to tbe mcdirai iraturnlty.'   Catat-rfr |  tuniR a co:-.siUulio'.i������l  disease,  requires a conMltu-  tloiml treatment.    Bsll'o ("atorrh Cure Is taken internally, act*3R Clroctly upon tlie b.ood and mucous  ���������urraces   ot    the   gystem.   thereby   deatroylnt:   thi  ounoatlou  of   the disease,  s .id  clvlnjr the  patient  ���������trength by bulidlns ui> the const lluilon and a������afc<t-  ub naturn Itj doitis; ita wovk.   Tlie proprietors hsvi;  vj much faith In. its curitiye povvem that tbey oflej  One Hundred Dollar* tor anr o%se that it tails U>  ;������re.   Seod ror Hit of testlttioninis  AiV.rFB������ F. J. CliENTEV & CO   Toledo. O.  Si..J bs all r>nnri������ist3, 7Sc.  'i'Jike iisiii'a Fin*;':' n������.i!' .*t .-nn������-i'Mition.  Minard's   Unlment   Cure*   Garget    n I  Cows  The Biter Bit  The  workhouse  inmates   were just  about   to   sit   down,   when   two   men  came along one of tho corridors ca* '  rying a steaming   cauldron    between  them.  Aha! cried the official who had been  laying in wait for-them. Put that  kettle down, and fetch me a spoon  One of the men brought a spoon,  and at the same time tried to sav  something, but was peremptorily told  to hold his tongue.  . D'yer call that soup? at length spluttered the official, as he swallowed a  hoaped-up spoonful of the steaming  mess.      It's more like dirty water!  But that's just wot it is. sir, answered the second man timidly. We've  a-been scrubbin' down the tables.  bltitwies of People  take SCOTT'S EMULSION tegw-  larly to repair wasted vitality and  enrich the blood to withstand  winter colds and exposure.        . ���������'  It contains the highest grade of  cod liver oil, medically perfected;  it is a cream-like food-roedicme,  scrupulously pure ancl healthful  without drug or stimulant. Endorsed and advocated by medical  authorities everywhere.  SCOT7TS EMULSION'drives dat  colds^������������������nourishes the membranes  of the throat and lungs and keeps E  them healthy.* h  Nothing   equals   SCOTT'S ������?  EMULSION far lung and brancfiiat  weaknetitt~aore, tight cheaia and  all pulmonary trouble*.  Equally good for Infants,  children or adults, but yoa must  have SGOTJTSm  Scott & Bowne. Toronto, Ontario        13-56  i  A Golden One  A white rose in his button-hole? and  cotton gloves on his dirty hands, old  Loafer swaggered jauntily along the  street. At the corner a friend -stopped him. exclaiming incredulously:  Why, B.11, old man, what's happen  ed���������bin left some money? principal bey  No, no, said Bill.      It'3 m_ golden       ,r.u_  io(_������  wedding.    I'm celebrating me golden  wedding!  -- Luke McLuke Says  When a man haa a little -wife wh<r  weighs about 90 pounds? he always reefers to her as the old woman, bnt-  if she weighs about 200 pound* he in-*  variably calls her the little sir!;,  A woman has queei ideas about'  sport. She regards nagging a husband as a popular indoor pastime.  Why is it that a woman can come'  home in a cab and nothing is ever'  thought of it? But il a man does"  it there is a scandal.  Hastened Her Exit  It was the scene ot the first panto*"  mime rehearsal. Everyone was there,-  Sncluding the stage-manager and the  The  latter,  who  is .always"of the  feminine persuasion, as most people  Ignorance . helps to boom business  when a man orders a $3 frame for a,  30 cent picture- j Why ain't she got a white rose and  noo gloves?  A safe and sure medicine for a child  troubled with worms is Mother  Graves*   Worm Exterminator.  bravely trying  thoughts of the woman he had loved  and lost. He had done his best no-  to think bf her, to banish her from his  mind, yet sub-consciously, right up lo  the last moment, she had ever been in  hia thoughts, even as shp had ever  been in his heart. He had gone  ���������Chrough the usual routine which al-  waye faces the prospective bridegroom  and read and signed numerous documents���������his death warrant���������and yet it  waa only now at this moment, when  he found his life Indissolubly linked  with the life of the .woman beside him  that he realised that he had irrevocably lost Irla do Pontalfrnp  He would never see her again, never  hear her voice or feel the touch at  hejr hand. In imagination he saw tov*>  lyingat his feot slain, and then shuddering liec turned and saw his wife  sitting by his side.  And bis conscience smote him. A*  , hour ago joy and expectation had  wrnaithcHl smiles-on her face; hor eyes  bad been bright, her cheeks rosy, 'ie-*  tips red. Already a change had (alt-  en place and ho waa responsible.  Ho had reserved a compartment  Jn  tho  train, and  now he ratber ro  Ella.  Not terrible, but beautiful  she re-  'f..r,  And    looking    at    her  plied, a wonderful smile illuminating  FORTUNE   IN   THE   STREET  her    face.                  .  Francks wondered why he had  ever  Package Containing $360,000 Picked up  thought her plain.   She was no lone-! by a Paris Carter  er a little humble, insignificant girl, J parjs> France.���������A carter named  who sat in a stuffy lawyer's o^ce j gcuii_ picked up a package in the Rie  making shorthand notes and tattling ; de vaugiard recently. Another, man  a typewriter; something had changed j saw bim an(J claimed the parcel and  her physically as well as mentally, ��������� wjjen schild refused to surrender :t  love had worked a miracle. Slowly both men went to the police station,  but. surely Jimmy Francks began :o When the parcel was opened it was  realise the awful responsibility that j f0Uri_ to contain $630,000 in bank  was his. This woman loved even I notes, gold and valuable securities,  as he loved, and henceforth his whole j The man wno claimed it from Schild  life must be dedicated to keeping her j coui_ not give a satisfactory account  life unsullied, in giving her the hap- j 0f himself, and as he had two revol-  piness she desired. I vers and a large knife in his pockJt  How was it we quarrelled and part-; ^ was locked up.  ed? she asked shyly. j    if  the owner of the parcel is not  He shook his head and stared out of ��������� discovered in a year and a day, it will  Wasted  Labo***  Things looked very busy at the offices of Messrs. Solomons & Cohen.  Por three whole days the partners had  been poring over books and feverishly adding UP huge columns of figures.  Then, at the end of it all, a wail of  despair escaped the lips of Mr. Solomons.  Ach, Cohen, he sobbed, vot a vaste  ���������vot a vaste! Ve have given the  bookkeeper a veek _ holiday, and his  books vas right, after all!  Er! muttered Bill, as he grunted A*e-  flectingly. She ain't got nuffin to  do  wiv   it!       She's  me  fourth.  Russia to Have Women Lawyers  St.   Petersburg, Russia.���������The committee of the council of the empire has  adopted the bill providing for the admission of women to the bar.  Every   Stop! for Heaven's sake-~stop! yel������'  ed the afore-mentioned stage-manager.  That won't do a bit! Can't you put  more life and go into it? Look here,  open your mouth wide,.make an extras  special effort and throw yourself So*'  to it!  This is che precise moment wheffi1  the principal boy resigned.  FACE GOVERED  HUl P1PLES  Spread on Limbs. Red and Inflamed.  Became Sores. Had to Tic Hands  While He Slept. Well, Thanks to  Cuticura Soap and Ointment.  fit. Coi���������ire, Quebec.���������"My clilld "wiv;  ���������cane-sly two rnontlin and a half old when  hbsface and an*nn l>iv������mo covered with Httlo  tixl iilim/iit) wl'itch r. lit*In  later apt-cad on IiIh limbs.  Tho plmplcH woro very rod  and Inttitmod. Thoy wero  T^) \ lllco a Uttlo red -tpot which  .      land   raJjuxl   up.     Tliero  ^^mXm^^   \ ^\\\wero four *>������* nvo togoth'sr.  ^C?v   \ \\iThftne plmpW'fleai���������<xl Iilm  *" *���������" ' -* * "to hivratcli t.o tlut v,.: Iiwl  to tlo hla hands whit* Im* ������li'i>t. Tim ln-.lilmc  made him miltrr uo much that ho cried part  of the night, waking up mom of tho t>iv>i>lu  Ss tbo hou."<*. 'Vho ->li���������niuu bjjcauii; i^irot. aud  worw wry paiuful.  ���������'I i���������M without tnircwt*. ww������*-ral romridlwi  Which wi'r<* nH!'inirni:iu!(;<4* to tr.r*. I tlion  UMd Cutloui-ii. Ointment ami Houp, I'lvInK  him a hath ovm-jr niornln������ with hot wator  and CuM<*iira Hoap. and tlmn ut-*i>ll<*<l a thin  laytir of Outlcura. OintuniiL uu U,<> ji;irli  -ffi-Uvl. Tlury Kttv������ K"A~t nlli f v,lt!i thu  Ant apiilli-aLlon. Aftor uhIhk ijiki Ixix ut  Cuticura OiuUiioiit ;-n'. a mm' rif.rn ili.m  fina cako ot" Cuticura Honp my child win*  C~~r'"''*''' ���������""*'' 'I'liiinliN Ui ilm C 'utl.'iirA  Hoap and Ointment my luiby In iinrrivity  **iill. and l HUait alwayn l:a<"���������. tli'niat hand."  (Ulgnwl) Mm. N. .lohlri, .Inn, 4. una.  Ci'Ucun*. Hoop and i'AiUr.ara ointment, arn  ���������old UiioiiKhoiit tin"* wurld. A Mr.i*lii *wt In  r.ftcn *-tifhrif*nC l.tbural tatnplo <if inrh  rn������l|i*il frr.i, wii.ii .i.:-ii. <ia.hi t.iji.i.,   .-\>in,..m.  ik������.a..^..; :...u.. :���������,.:���������-'���������"'���������*" *"���������!���������  '������'���������������������������'���������  37D, HomUjii, U. ti. X.  W.   N.   U.  6J4  the window. The train had already  left the suburbs and was running  through calm green fields where the  cattle browsed lazily, where the -silver  stream meandered its way seaward,  s-inging softly. Life looked very  beautiful viewed from a distance;  the soft haze of late summer hung  ovor the valley, hill and woodbind.  The wind (wan warm and soft and  sweet, and Mother I\Tature seemed to  exude love; tho stream shyly whispered its message, the birds in the trees  sang its. praises, even the regular  monotonous ripple and rhythm of the  train joined in the harmony.  For him, for Jimmy Francks, dead  sou fruit, only remembrance and bi>U-*-r  regret. For her, his wife, uostllng  trustfully hy his side, glorious girlish  1 dreams of hopes fulfilled, promises of  i wifehood and motherhood, and tho  sale harbor of homeland���������'ill thnt  gcxM* to mako life worth living.  True lovers always quarrel and  havo misunderstandings, ho said ut  last, answering hor question.  But we Hhan't ever quarrel now, Bho  said -tentatively.     We understand one  another now, mid wo trust une uiiothor  implicitly, don't weV  lie nodded  become the property of the carter.  Where He Scored  Mrs. Timothy Talker was an ardent  upholder of lost causes-, and a consequent ardent neglecter of homo and  Mr. Timothy Talker.  Now she v/as reading a treatise on  electricity, and after perusing it  through, she removed her glasses and  remarked:  Wonderful, Timothy! glancing at  her better half immersed in his evening paper. Do you hear? Soon we  shall he able to get anything by merely touching a button.  Umph! grunted her husband.  Wouldn't do hero!  Why not, 1 should llko to know.  Mra. Timothy waited to crush hor  spouse with the sledge-hammer of an  incontrovertible argument,  i Because, murmured Timothy, as he  I sidled to the door, nothing would ever  Induce you to touch a button! Look at  my  shirt.  A reminder of the victory of Germany over France ccmes to the men  on duty at the Spandau fortification  every year, says a Berlin letter, because for several days every new year  officials of the imperial treasury perform an important duty there. They  count the 120,000,000 marks which is  part of the sum exacted from France  when peace was agreed upon, in 1871.  It was -deposited there and still remains in the Julinsturm, all in ten and  twenty mark gold pieces. The great  sum brings, the government no revenue, and Dr, -winner, one cf the directors of the German bank, has suggested that it he invested in home  and foreign securities, so that tho  fund may be increased |to 300.000,000  marks for either peace or war.  Why doesn't she taka  NA-DRU-CO _-e_.dae__e Wafer  They stop a headache promptly, yet do not contain any oi  the dangerous drugs common In headache tablets. Ash your  Druggist about them.    25c. a box.  NaTiowac onoa, ana ChcmiCau Co. er Cjnada, Limited   J22  -.ess  mk^^ii^^mj^mft^Msemms^^^  There is no more effective vermifuge on the market than Miller's Worm  Powders. They will not only cleur  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 ls nothing in their  composition that will injure the most  delicate stomach when directions are  followed, and they can bo given to  children In tho full assurance th.it  they will utterly destroy all worms.  THE FARMER AND __*,_  GRAIN  jry     ...,    ...     _���������   ���������    .    ...  can secure the highest possible market value for his wheat, oata, barley an_  flax Is by shlppinK lt by th������s carload to Fort Wil-am or Port Arthur, or to  Duluth if cars cannot be cot for the other terminals (loading It if posartbl-*  direct into the cor over the loadinK platform bo ag to aave elevator charge!"  and dockage) and vnipioy \:ig & otr'.ctly commissies! firm to handle and 6\s-  poso'of  It. v*  Wo continue to act as the Farmers' AgentR oo1<*ly on a commission bas!**.  We nro not traekbuyers and wo never buy the Farmers' grain on our own  acco\mt, but loolc after and dtap'ose of tho gTatn entrusted to us. art th������  ��������� p-cntfi of tiiopp who employ ub. and It 1������ our dnslro and endeavor to slv������  everyone thn very best service, possible. We wake liberal huvhiics nffalnst  car shipping bills, and will also carry the praln for a tftne under advanee* *r  a moderate eommerelnl rate of Interi-nt. If considered advlptiuii*. We invito  nil Farmers to write* to us for Phippinc instructions and market informat.on.  Thompson Sons & Company  700���������.703  GRAIN  C;;CJ'!*.NGE WINNIPEG, CAMAUA  GRAIN   COMMISSION   MERCHANTS  imrwKmwcmmswmzzxs,  l-'at has always bcwti celebrated tlio  world ovor for his repartee, and ho  did noL hollo his reputation for nniait  retorts qulto rccnnLly.  . It hnpponod that a warship touched  Mid wes'ro going to share nyorythln-** j ���������t a military Port on tho couBt of Ireland, and ii Tommy, meeting n full-  bearded Irlah tar in the atroet, accosted him with:  Hero, I say, Pat. whon aro you goln'  l.o put lhu.se whiskers uf yours on tho  sorrow and joy, Hucciui:--  and fallnr.-*  We shall havo no secrets from ono anothor in future.  Francks almost groaned aloud. Siio  wuh niaUtntr i������  very difficult for him.  lie frit the pernplnition hivrik out ou | rr.pnrw \\Bf>  : tils forehead.      No secrcta from one j    PfU t.iirnod nnd eyed his questioner  I another,  ho  Bt-nmmernd. , thouRhtfully for  the space of  luilf .i  J     Sho gave a Httlo sigh of Ratlufnct* I Hw.niuj.  tjU)n:  I ion and touched bin face lightly with , i*,,<gorni, junt a** noon ns ."wr-r you  lu.-'- ruii'.i-iii. It v.*.-':* vn I'illy of ������>'", pl-^oo vour own ton gun on thn civil  but   I   w.ih  frightened   that  day   you : *'Hl' wiih Mm ropty.  ciinio buck and told ine iluit it bud all  ;   been  ������  mlnt.uho, thnt  you  h.1111 loved j     Fvo).       t,co  bow 6  mo.      llut I HiippoBO yoii imvo Hpnk.m t , t    h      t of  u       bm        f  to father  Hbouit.  lt,  a������  hv  nnnmed   l''���������;|UM.  know everything.    I hated him at tlie  time   for  Hiiyimc 11.   hut  ho  (old   mo  | Hint   ymi  roally  didn't  lovo  MIhh  ilu  j Funlaii-iiK'.  I     FniiuMu'.  net   hlu  teeth   tightly,   nml  J *....).;.   hi;.   ':'.',:'.���������   turn".!   to  tlio   window.  I iiid hn till you anyUHiig clue?  (To  he ('ontliined ii  An ncro of ground that now supports two people will havo to support  n thousand in days to como.  Well, It can probably do It, nssei"'-  od Mr, Wombat. 1 used to barely  support myself. Now I support n  wife, four children, a mother-in-law  and two of my wife's brothers, and I  don't scorn . to fool the strain vory  much more.  ff__a������-a_-ii--uy^_M um^}^fi!mr<mmi*&  Dlocournglnrj  What reason have yon to think my  daughter lovon you?  Sho Buys alio Is willing to make  any t-ncrlflcG for mo.  That's no sign sho loves you.  What is it, then?  An lndlentlon that sho'fl crazy.  Th" woman who IooIch before Hho  lonpn may want to Bee If her hat in  un iitnilght.  The Ikmh brnlmi n man ban to Bparo  Ine    iinni.!  Iliad,  .ii.. 3j  m.  to   Inr.j   hi;  I     A   nwigti'/lne poet. Hiiyii:   "It Ih hard  j to  be   poor."       I'erluip.i 11.  I;i, l/iit  wo  1   ���������    ���������   ��������� '���������'    Int'ii'liH'ii   It   wmi e:i:iy   t)  i he u hejor innjaiKlii'* peel..  After a city boarder Iium npent Um  iniiiiner in tlio country he In apt lo bn.  Hove that  tho original gold brick fu'i  (UJ >     III    HH.il.,l.\l    141. i     >-.     '..,....  | An honent man reldom bloww li^ii The mere fact that, u man doenn'i  I own horn- probably \>i i.-aune he la too laugh at bin own JoIioh In no Indlciilloii  I uul-,   to own on,*-. I thai he ilmiHn't think them  funny.  Chapped flnntlit  li'ou't Uoii.iti-  Yoa  if Instend of  soap you viae  SNAP, the  original hand  cleaner.  SNAP contains no lye or  ueldfl, bnt glycerine nntl neutral  lYl:*, v.'h*l'*h V������������ej> the, mHii fitnooth  nml in spk'tidiu condition.  Try SNAP for a woi*l: nml not ire  th_ uiiTci-cuce. HV  (ir.ltir friiin ymir ,W'"r tinluy.   Iluvn riiir,.inia.  Ifl  mm*m  IHE GiADIi NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY  hereby Elvnr. notlco that it is not r<-flponBiblo tor and has not ln any  way authorised or npprovod of cireularB or HtateniontB In circulars  offorlng tor snlo any of the Company'B 5 per cont. Incomo Charge Convertible Bebenturo Stock; and  THE  CANADIAN  NORTHERN   RAILWAY COMPANY  1 nnd  THE CANADIAN  NORTHERN QUEBEC RAILWAY COMPANY  ���������<ivo notion that noitbor of tho Huid CompiuiL** nor any Company ulHod  with them or either of them i������ roBponainio ior or nan auuioriiEou o-  approved ot circulars or HtutoniontH In clrculnra offorlnpr fur unle STAiV-  tJTOUY STOCK OF TUB CANADIAN NORTHBllN QUlflBBC RAIIa-  WAY COMPANY.  That tho aald Statutory Stock forma part of the share capital! of Tha  Canadian Northorn Quebec Hallway _ompan>, and that payment o.  neither principi-1 uw- dividend in (ru->rantcod nor in secured by mtr.t-  KiiKo or othorwtBO nm; tbuL it la unlikely that dividends will bo pal-  on   ii... ..-'.ii  CUtutory  ������**tn**i>.  R.   P.  ORM8DY,  Arnlntnnt Becretary,  Tho Canadian Northo��������� Railway Company,  Tho Canadian Northern Quebec Railway Company.  ......ia    innnnrv  4L-'.  1{in.  f.(tiA'_w.iLb';ii*iiiiiii'**j**|q*^|^^  _U I"  ,?'sy.':  fc*  i'ft'  '���������*  ,A������*������fl    *S?r������^     ^^t*-*__iB_-'^Ci_!n������          ������*<-������������#        mm -*���������������--_#������w MM-m  tf*___ur**#_  I Pardcns a Largs Number of Dijjnitar-  les,'.- Prison ior Conspiracy  *   Vienna.^���������.vlost     surprising __, News  comet fiom .Uomeutgio.      Kiifg Nicu-  oias and-hia dynauty are in dauber of  PSIes of14- Years' Standing  fc# Hr. Ch&sa's OEntmsnt.  London Sympnony    Orchestra, <��������� W*****'  Easecham   Leading, Scores 'n;  Berlin  Berlin:��������� No    other foreign orchestra   or  conductor   has   ever   recei^i i  logins the lurone        >v ->tru������s anudy-! !?������.re  wl*ole-ueAirted  praise  fiom  Ber-!  uabtic feeling pre "ails in the conn  against the Nj_gUot family, and at  bume time it ������s lvpoiled    from    Bet-. ,   . .    .     ...        w- .  _������r.ev.?.h dymisfyf K'UA" j judgment tha, the EnffliSh playvrs a.d  ^kTltztTZiV Karageorgc, Ueh   JJrlr Reader proved __vli_ wlth ,.a.  fannies __,* .ip__ .been riyal, for   il-1 ^^^ fegSsays: From the  Karageorgevitch is son-in-law to King  sity of such personal mannerlsnaa  V'm. -.I.   . ������      ������A ._ i ������        1~     -���������       B11.JI      Ul     SU'.U      LICIBU ���������Cll      UliWlHITJ ISiUIl     'l������  J_���������"-te,&*������" !^&^/",������^^   those?to which Mr. Beecham is addict-  Y; ??:.-.; .ftXav 53h^9fYBea^vaIs,v?' \ ;-..  "'"* iSoctora say tfiat Ya'bout one' persdh'  ���������jjn every four suffers more or less  jJrojB piles, and who can imagine?*-  -.more a-nnoy'r-***,' torturhiir. ti disa^rfee-  [e-hlo ailsnant?       f-- '; ������������������'���������''    ''ti' ���������' ti '" .������������������* ���������'-  After trying a few treatments without'eu-ccss. and as the ailment prows  ??;*woj53?������./;the Wedicardoctor iSrc'dnsuited.  ';::"jth";4*>p6ration?'"be" says.' is-' necessary.'  You  think   cf  the  suffering,   expense  .and   risk   to   life   itself,   and   hesitate  i-toefore taking such a step. ;  ,    ... Ia' "many  thousands  of  such  case?.  - *Pr,  i*������f���������a.se*s ^Ointment ,v has , xpa.de,  ; ti 'thoT&nsii  and - ;ias&n;r^ cures,   ti: Kead  ;->'ittAe-tiiatiar tor the $rdof: ������������������ ' ti.    ti   -.'-M-1  Mr.   Charles     Be'auvais,  v a     well-  ���������jknowii ?citizen   of    St.Y  Jean?Y Que.,  :*5?**ites *"-~"For   ^ 4  vears    I    suffered  ti'from   chronic   piles,   and   considered  .ny case, very serious.      I .was treated  {by a celebrated doctor who could not  *help jae and ordered a surgical opera-  ,*jjjj. mm the only means of relief.  "However,  I "decided    to    try'   Dr.  ��������� vChase- Ointment, and obtained great  '.���������relief from the flrst box.    By the use  _tf three boxes I was entirely cured.  ���������Thi* Is -why St _ives me great pleasure  io recommend  Dr.  Chase's  Ointment  to  ai*  *who   suites  from   piles / as    a.  ^reattnent of thej'greatesiYvalue."  pr.   Chase's   O.lhtinent,   60.  cents   a  box. aU dealers or    Edmanson, Bates  Y& Co., Limited, Toronto.  IBougbt   Dowry  to   Build   up   Fortune  '���������'���������'���������    'Scattered by IH is Extravagance  Berlin,  Germany.-���������Count    Leopold  won   Saldem-Ahlimb   and* his   inoi'u ?r-  jCountess Lamise vou Salderu-Ahliniij.  feelon^-in0,   to - a   wsii-Known   Oerbiau  ���������jFamily,   were   charge-   at   Wiesbaden  with obtaining S3750  by    false 'tipve-  -....:*���������3se s, -  ..?? .The count has been in custody since  ^ay. '    The defense put forward on  -Ills behalf .ts that ha is* mentally d->  .���������Scleiit and afflicted with a mania for  -_ixir^ya',gaace.-i.-.-??I4:'..wus aliened that he  - -gad--.his|'mother lived in brilliant style  ;- in Wiesbadon    hotels   and    boardins  ���������'-'''���������Rouses on money advanced'  by    hall  porters and landladies.     After amass-  ���������ing, it4is -.alleged; debts, amounting, to  f$15rf,000 or *?200,000 for such luxuries  Yas ;rootorcars, race norses and Italian  palms and distributing   bills   of   ex-  ���������   iChange for $75.000,--the count was iu-  jlUiC-d to consider a marriage with an  Jielress as the easiest way- out of the  .diffculty.      He went to live at Wies-  -baden in 1911 for, tbe purpose of co-  ^jperating with; a?niatrixnodIal agent in  '  qncist of a wealthy bride, but aU his  .  Efforts were in vain.  daughter.,Was .jReter'a iwife. But for  years hatred bad prevailed between  son and fatAier-hi-lawt.���������' ������������������ ?  High. Treason Trials-  Only a fsw years ago hish treapon  trials were'conducted at Cettirije with  a view to showing to the world that  were instigated by persons -connected  with the Belgrade royal court. Shortly  before the outbreak of .the present war  reebnd latloh had taken place betweea  King Peter and King'Nicholas?  For some time the chances of conquering leadership over the Servian  nation, were is favors of ithe Nje^ust  dynasty. Particularly "after Kinjj;  Nicholas. ' jiving way to .the radical  moyeineat-in. the country, against, his  despotic, riile; ? was ? -ii-liy V forced to  grant a constitution. But lack of any  essential success in this war caused a  sudden turn. Montenegj-o*was the  only Balkan state that scored no big  success, .although she. ���������'���������flrs*-.'opened the  war.' ?.   :????;' ������������������-.'.-:' :-. 'ti:- ~   titi  ^To bicet  the growing unnbpi-'larity  and to tie the Tall of Scutari \yith .hi?,  name. King Nicholas .recently-assumed supreme command over the heseig-  ing army; but th.e?result of n^ar-y t\vo'  months' siege is that the condition of  the  beleagured  Turks   is   better  than'1)  that    of    ths YViontenssTins.        Thai  king's array has been more than-doc!- j  mated; it counts now only 23;0005men.  and the war was opened with 32.boh.  There is  famine, and  the eeohcr-iicil  condition of the country is described  as. deplorable':;.     King/Nicholas'   has  The Army of  Constipaticn  I** Growing" Smaller Every Day,  CARTER'S^ LITTLE  LIVER PILLS are  responsible���������they aot  only give relief���������  they permanently  cute Cow'-po- J$&  /ton.    Mil.  ito������3 use  ...cm ior &*.  QtrrEissi  \fe.isa_sak-  ness. Indigestion, Sick Headache, Sallow Shin.  Saiall Pillt Small Dose, Small Price.  Genuine must bea? Signature  A girl marries to gain liberty;   a  sasth remains single to keep it.  "V.  The successful man is one who Is  .on the Job when .the main chance  jcomes along I  ed. He himself has nb heed to resort to such externalities as be is without doubt not only a thorough musician; but a born conductor.  The Peutsche Tageszeitung sayst-:  Mr. Beecham's orchestra scored a pronounced success. .The leader is a  temporameatfil, resourceful conductor,  who direo.*- his well-drilled players,  'with undeniable warmth and express-  i ion.  ��������� SngUshi-en, says the Horse-Courier, especially violinists, play witb  sovereign T^s-iranee. Tt must be a  jileasure to be their-conductor. Mr.  Beecham is prirrmrily a master of effects, lie Is most :at. home among,  th? modern comnnsers and in' oper-'  atic, music. In this latter domain we  should like to see tue 'temperament of  'hip militant artist at iv^orkv . The  Tagblatt. says: "Mr. Beecham's orcher,-  tra stands oomnarison with the best.  The Mozart Symphony was rendered  with exquisite delicacy. The English orchestra revealed masterly train;  ing. Mr. Beecham is a.te'mperanipnt--  al co-nuctpr, and he has?d6ii<?,; much  for^ German music? Where are?bur  own millionaires of whom as? mpch  can be said? '  immune .:.??' ;-.:-  Mother���������Now, Frahklyn, if I hear of  your playing football again 1. sh-ijl  chastise" you;.''Y':r YY'.' !"  Franklyri.-r-Weli, .mother, a chap  who's afraid of a licking would be no  earthly use at football.  hefounpIhS ��������� ���������  MA EI ITU-ip���������r.  -,imrmiu--iAu-B-  But Dodd's Kidney .Pills .Cleaned Out  W.   F.   Black's Sciatica  become unpopular, ���������"ah''!, all sorts r>f  hostile rumors are current against the  hereditary Prince Dariilo. In' f**ee of  all this Crown Prince Alexander o.|  f?ervia heaped victories, and KIttm?  ^eter triumphs'������������������  Tries Conciliation  .It may be rpmemb**red *hnt Kin?  Nicholas h'ss of..late nardoue'i ������i ���������'*r-n  ,���������f'prable nuu her? of Montenegrin di'."-  uitarles ;?i'mi'*.<*isbhed'-:, for consul is cy  .Tisaiiist.:his.'-'.Cyna.sty,''evidently.wr.i p  v?ew- *o reftoncile ' the r>.rit.idynas''-'e  mOyement? ^bnt thevunltsckv course of  the wvr ;.-id the desolate state oc or-  f.iijs in i\Iuni/nesTo apnear to lave  r?.ther fostered it as never before.  Cauee of Asthma.���������No one can say  with certainty exactly vvhat causes the  establishing of asthmatic conditions.  i Dust from the atreet? froth ��������� flowers,  from grain and various, other irritancs  may set up a. trouble impossible to ir-  radlcate except thrdiigh a s'urVijrepar-  ation' such as Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Asthma Reme-cly. Uncertainty may  exist as to cause, hut there can be na  r.ncer'-a'nty regarding a remedy which  %y 0* m.       ���������*!������������������������*^������ J      -0+        0^.0^.0+ 0*'m*r* 4-i 0^m-\     ������������������*\P~-'-- *������ C������f'V* ���������Vrt O *I I'l'  victims from  this  brotichial  tubes?  where.  scourage    of    the  It   is   sold' every-  TO   EXHIBIT   NOVEL,     PRODUCT  Tiny lvlode'.s Made In Prison to !  Part of  Internatidnal  Show  orm  tntm.mma.rn.  Other WvRieii t^ JCaow  Htiw She was Filially  ��������� l-sstcred t������ Hc-ith.  - Hammond,;'Ont. ���������'** i  3m paHa;ng  Ifcrough tlie Change of Life and for two  .jreors had hot flushes very bud, head-  : ���������Achcii, coroncaa In the back of Jieud, was  conntipated, and had wenk, nervous f ecl-  in&o.   The doctor who uttended mo for  m number of yoara did not help mo, but  I have been entirely relioved of tlio  ,... j������bovo ������ymptbma by Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound, Blood Purifier nnd  live* Villa, and give you nermiBBion to  INiblioli. my teatimonial." ~ Mrs. Louis  jSMvexav., flr., Hammond, Ont,Canada.  ?New Brunswick,  Canada. ������������������ " I can  highly recommend  Lydia E. Pinkham's  VegetabloCompound  to uny BiiiTorinir wo-  man. I havo taken  it for female wetik-  .lobri <tiiil puinful  meniitruntion and it  cured me. " ��������� Mra.  "nr-Vr.".** ,T,A,nr.f.T'tn,  ���������j������Harvey Bank, New  .ItrunvwicU, panada.  Lydia B.' Pinkham'b Vo*jetiible Com-  ���������pound, made from native roots and herbs,  .contains no narcotic or harmful drURs,  nnd to-day holclrtfie record of beinff tho  moat aucc������t-Miful remedy for fomuh* illai  vr������ know ot, nnd thousands ot voluntary  teirtlmonials on file in tho Pinkham lab-  mfktnnr nt, I ,\t<nn   M������������f'������    ������<^������>������n +������ n*"*.'*.* i  ibla jfiM-t Ev������ry *)iift*erinEr woman'owea  :Jt to heruelf to (jiv* Lydia E. Pinkham'a  V*jfc#i*ble Compound a tHal  If ]rou want upeelal advleA write to  J_*r<lt* IC finkham Medicluo Co. (ronfl-  JtZmttmtX   t m,.m     %*..,������������������ Uf... ... ���������   ������ . .1 I . ��������� ... I������*������  London. ��������� A great . desire to  make things is charae.teristic of all  prisoners, says an official statement  issued by the hoard of trade, and a  very interesting collection of models  made by convicts will be Included in  the special display which, as has been  stated, is being arranged by the home  omce for the'Ghent International exhibition to illustrate the modern science of prison management. "*  How intensely interested the prisoners become In their work is illustrated  by the case of one man who is notorious for hia assaults on warders. He  has been so interested that his be-  havious has been exemplary for thr������e  months, and his ambition Is to be, discharged Ir. time to sec his medaj oa  [exhibition.  One ot the prison-made models-will  illustrate the old-fashioned Iron cells,  made from corrugated iron, which  were very popular with tho habitual  criminal, as it was easy to carry on  conversation. The model I? complete to ihe minutest details although  Its measurements must be taken lu  Inches. Even the candle in the candlestick and the prisoner's piece of  soap are drawn to scale.  Articles manufactured surreptitiously by convicts will also bo sbown.  Small models raoldeu out oi broad and  then colored with blacking and whitewash nre often made. Skeleton keys  carved from beef bones to open the  cell doors nre among the ingenious  pieces of work which have been found,  and will bo included In the display.  A srrlos of lire-size models of convicts engaged on pVIuon tusks will  probably be one;ipf tho most interesting exhibits. Two convicts will be  shown working at an anvil and another making rope fenders for ships.  A convict at worlc banket-weaving will  havo displayed around him spoclnio-i*i  of thn various typos of bnr*kets which  nro mado In prison. The actual busk-  et at which the ilp-uro Is working Is a  waste-paper basket for tho war rt,*-  pai'tmoul.  That Elusive Objact  For certafn^districts -"object'; drawing has -become the vogue in.school**.'  and troops of chubby-faced children  may be seen tripping-' to schTool arjn-  ed with such weapons as hammers,  hatchets, chisels, buckets, and similar  domestic articles to he used as "objects." '"-.-' ....  Recently one of these classes was  about to commence, when a small boy  ���������sidled1 up;-tearfully'to his teacher's  desk, and burst forth with a convulsive gulp: .-- ,.    ;  Please, teacher, I've swallowed me  object. '��������� .-:���������  Oh. 'Billy, .'what ever was it? .cried  teacher, and held her breath while she  waited for his answer. '   "���������.'.,?  A banana, miss! whispered the embryo artist, as the salt tears worked  havoc with his small face:-  He was in agony when arfriend''save  him a box. Now he recommends  them to everybedy. ,  Newcastle, N.B. (Special)���������In thess  cold fall days when the chill win4s  crystallize th& uric- acid in the blood  and cause the 'pangs of Rheumatism  and Sciatica to?bring: sleepless nigars  to many a hOme, a man's best f rie ad  is he wrho can. tell his-neighbor of-ii  sure cuie for his tortures. Such a  friend is WhIa F. Black of this place.  He suffered from Sciatica and iame  back?[ti. He was?so? bad-that he could  not lace his boots or turn in ' bad.  Dodd's Kidney Pills cured him and  ���������he wants all his neighbors to know  of the cure.  "Yes," Mr. Black says, in an inter-  | view, "I was so bad "with Sciatic?, and  j Lame Back that I couldnH   lace    my  ; shoes or. turn ia.bed, -. when: a friend  ���������ti'SSfVe mo', -bout's., tihird of  a  box  ->f  Dodd's Kidney,--piils.. .   I started taking thsm without much <������faith in thei*'  curative powers,  and  found them all:  ths-y were recommended.  "Now   I  am  recommending  Dodd's  j Kidney Pills to.all sufferers from' Kid-  iney Diseases." - -  [Dodd's Kidney Pills are    no    faiti*  cure.     They're a simple but sure curt-  for diseased kidneys.   .  Vienna. ��������� Hr. David TT'oInrlch  Muollcr, who 1? an oinlnont orientalist,  and professor of Rcmltlo languages  ut tho Vienna University died here  recently, agod C6- yours. Tho Km-  poror Francis .Tonoph conferred a pi-  tent of nobility upon tho savant the  day  before  his death.,  Rmlly���������Why uro you waving your  handk-'rehief?  Angelina���������Slnco pnpa hns forbidden  Tom tho house, wo .have urrangod a  code of signals.  Emily���������Whut Is that?  Aiu'ollm*���������When ho waves Ills handkerchief live timi'H Unit humna; Do  yon lovo uio? And wiuui 1 wave llvo  tlmos In rnply It iiumuh: Yob, darling,  iiimiiy-- *.t"'. hov.' do you v.'.',Y. oth vr  questions?  Angidlnii.-  whole code  -We  don't.  Thnt's     the  Figuratively opouklug, un old hach-  nlnr nfnrlv r������lwn%f* huirn hlmnell' wh.n  LA GRIPPE'S VICTIMS  Left Weak, Miserable and Pery to  Disease in Many Forms  One of the most treacherous, dis-'  eases afflicting the people of Canada  during the .winter months is la grippa.  or "influenza. It almost invariably  ends with a complication of troubles.  It tortuies it3 victims with alternate  fevers and chills, headaches and backaches. , It leaves him an easy prey o  pneumonia, bronchitis, and even consumption.. Indeed the deadly aftar-  ���������;;a of la rripne may leave the victim a chronic Invalid. You can  avoid la grippe entirely by' keeping  the blood rich and red by an occasional use of Dr. Williams* Pink Pills. K  you have not done this and, the disease attacks you, you can banish JU  doadly iifter-tlTocts through the use of  this same great blood-building, nerve-  restoring medicine. Here is proof  of tbe wonderful power of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills over this trouble.  Mr. Emmanuel Laurln, St. Jeromo,  Que., says: "I was sol'/.ed with a de*  vero attack of la grippe. I was obliged to stop work and remain ln mv  bed for several weeks, and while I  appeared to get over tho first stages  Of the trouble, I-did not. regain my  usual health. I suffered from headaches, loss of appetlto and extreme  weakness. I did not sleep well at  nights, and would arise ln the morning fooling tired and worn out. This  conttnuod for about two months during which tlmo I was taking troatmont  hut apparently without avail. Then I  was advised to try Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills, and' T ;?ot n half dozen boxes. By  tho time I had taken three boxes there  was a decided iniprovomont, and actually before T hnd completed tlio sixth  box I wnn enjoying my old-time health.  I wan fHirong as over, could sleep woll  and eat well, and no longer suffered  from lni"*ltud������' and headaches. I havn  proved tlv -���������nine of Dr.' WllHnnv'  '-���������ink fills tor tho pernicious after-  efl'ii'lH of In grippe, i* ii il cun l.'liorol'oi'M  recommend them to other sufferors."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cure hy  going to tho root of tho trouble In tho  blood, which they enrich, and male >  red and puro. These pills cure all  troubles duo to bud blood, und If you  uro ulliiig you nhould niiut Lo euro  yourself to-day  by taking thi a groat.  tili'illc.llic. Sold bv nil incdlfliio i,.>;il.  oi's or  by mall  at f.fl eni'l-.*  a  bov  or  nix  bo>.\,u for $2,150  front    The    D.r.  William".* Modlclno   <!o..     Hrockvllle,  Out.  Tf  von   hnvo   ton   much   monov  von  An eastern man who'was-on .a business trip through the west stopped  at the small hotel in a country town  one day. He entered the dining;  room and. was.shown to a table by a  Waiter? ??'.������������������ .-,-:������������������ \  titi  Will you,have some pork and beans,  sir? asked the Waiter as he brougnt  the customary glass of water? '  (     No,  I don't care  for    them,     ans-  i'wered  the man.      I never eat pork  j and beans. ..    ,  Dinner is over, "thenY sir,' said the  waiter, as.he'Amoved away.  An Irishman was going along the  road when an angry-bull rushed at him  and tossed him over a fence.  The Irishman, recovering from his  fall, upon looking dp, saw the bull  pawing and tearing up the"ground, an  is the custom of the animal when *f  ritated, whereupon he smiled at tho  animal and said: ���������  <  ���������  If it was not for your bowing and  scraping and your humble apologias  yer. brute, fab:, I should think you  had thrown me over the fence on pui>  pose.  tvilnard's Liniment Cures Colds, Eto.  G.T.P. Town'Planning  In a recent thoughtful review of the  events of 1012 a  western writer has  this   to  say  of  Gianu   Trunk  j^acmc  methods:.  The railroad's methods of building  a real town are most interesting.  Take for instance, the line from Edmonton to CaJgirj,, which runs  through 233 miles of tn. richest farming country in" tbo wesl and which  eventuall-j- extends to tue International  boundary, where it will connect with J  railways giving direct communication J  to the important cities of the United'  States. 'Along this line are all of  the conditions which go to make up.  wealthy farming communities, and"  thriving young cities. Had the  Grand Trunk Pacific been intent oh  making sales alone, it might have  planted, boomed and sold a dozen  cities between Calgary and Edmonton, and might perhaps have made an  immediate profit of several' million  dollars.. But the road looked ahead  to the reaction? So it sent out its  best engineers? and investigated, and  in the fend decided to buiid but one  city in that/distance of 233 miles, instead of several. At the same time  it placed on a dozen cr more smaller  towns!tes, which were; in no ;way to  be advertised as possible big'towns;  but which were to be made thriving  little places serving the needs of their  communities. But midway between  Calgary and Edmonton, 123 miles from  the former and 111 from the latte.%  was found the. ideal location and conditions for a town that wouid become  a city.; It is not a*"happen-chance"  town, it is the divisional point of tha  Grand Trunk Pacific between Calgary  and Edmonton and though it is only  a little over a year old, it already has  five, miles of track with three more under way, repair shops, round-houses,  stock yards, elevators, hotels, over _0  places doing a hustling business and  approximately. 500 people. Within  two years I predict that it will have  five or six thousand. Conditions and  ii'b't"wlldeat booming, wiii compel a rapid increase in population. These  conditions are a result of what might  be called "intensive"' town building  rather than extensive...' The Grand  Trunk P&cific mads sure of eoiidiiioap -  before, it started���������Hindi tions which I  will in time place it among the im- -  portantC'tieg in the west.  icteai  Giffc  insfnL pa  This  iradeiiiar������  ���������a all your  .   reeoro;*  Trademarl*  Minard's;Liniment Co.. Limited  Sirs.-^���������I have used your MINARD'S  LINIMENT: for the past 25 years and  whilst I have occasionally used other  liniments I can- safely. say .that I have  never-used any e������.uai?to ypiirs'.-'"  If rubbed between.the hands and inhaled frequently, it will never fail to  cure cold. in. the head in twenty-four  hours.  It is also    the    Best    for    bruises,  sprains.1 etc.  -? ���������    ���������    ��������� Yours truly,  Y J. G. LESLIE.:  Dartmouth.  UNiyERSITY  VyiTH   ONLY  THREE  ':?"Y,'CHAIRS'- ���������'���������-."���������:  A man can never remember what a  girl said when she proposod to'him.  I,t takes a good pugilist or a poor  minister to put hla man to sleep.  Faint heart    seldom    escapes    fair  widow.  TO CURE A-COLD IN ONE DAY  T*ilce LAXATIVE BHOaMO QulhlJO  Tablets. DrugplstR refund money If it  falls to euro. E. W. GROVE'S atgna*  ture Is on each box.    25c   Tho mero fact that a man doesn't  laugh at his own jokes ls no Indication  that he tiooan'l think thom funny,  A b'rd ln tho hand falls to catch  the early worm.  And a baby would rath or go to sloivp  than listen to a lullaby.  Money talks���������and It always stop3  talk.  Any,mnn thinks    ho knows   a    lot  about women until ho marries ono.  Many a glri who lovoa a man for  his money is too modest to mention it.  Hamburg, to  Embark    on    Ambitious  Project for Benefit of Local  Needs- .-/, ,,.,_���������  Hamburg. ��������� it is now reported  that the senate of the tree city of  Hamburg has finally resolved to carry  into execution the project of founding  a university for its special needs, that  has for so many years been the suo-  .iect of public discussion.  The university, it is ��������� stated, is to  have only three faculties, namely: One  for jurispudence, one for philosopnv'  iind one for colonial science, and: th*>  characteristic feature is to be the coordination of these sciences. T'he  senate proposes hot to make the university dependent on annual grant3,  but to place at its permanent disposal  the interest on a loan of $6,250,000.  , The building suitable for; the pur.  pose of the university already exls*-a,  through the generosity of a Hamburg  citizen, and this pbilaaihrophic gentleman has also promised to defray  the cost of the requisite enlargements.  The new university will be organized oh the model of other <_erman universities, with the exception that  Hamburg merchants will be represented in the administration, aiid will be  In close touch, with the1 colonial department.  A Cure for Pcvcr and. Agut.���������Disturbance of the stomach and liver always precede attacks-of,, fever and  ague, showing derangement of the digestive organ-, and deterioration In  tho quality of tho blood. In those  nllmonts Parmoloe'3 Vcgetablo Pills  have been found most effective, abating the fever and subduing tho ague  in a fow days. Thero are many who  are subject to theso distressing dis-  lurhiiiices and to theso thero is no  better preparation procurable ub a  moans of relief.  After a city hoarder has spent the  summer In tho country ho Is apt to bo-  llove that th������i original gold brick factory Is located out of town.  AlOHt ol" us would rather accept another man's cigars than his udvlco.  ft* m>At-.r-. ivmil -nil *n������w*������w,l hr ������I ho sees a mcck-looktaK man trying to i ca" eaully acquire more.  woman ana n������ia in utriot conildeuc*  proven value. Tcit.uil tlaungliouL  ihn*o ���������rronoratioMH���������known the  woriiiovcriistiicmiiHtreJiiibioprc*  vtmlive and corrective of si oiimcli,  liver, bowel Irouhlcs-un uiiciiuul-  ox\ reputntiori lias been nocnivH hy  mtrrnm, mutmwx 0m.ummm m* mm *******  r*w; m*: rn* m, tm. v%  <ac  W.   N.   U. 034  UUIOt   il   htjUlUIUH   lill.Ult,  Blood  will tcll-~ucually  tho  things  wo do not want told.  If a man didn't havo a    wife,    he  probably wouldn't know tha,. ho hud  neighbor,*.  ___4j B*.    J-TX   -_k. Z. ���������__.__!  m^m      imaa a^^*^m ^m^^*^^^^^^m  3������U   ^������������A4-''������HA������l������,  U  AHtKOjL, JL&C  A Cleveland manufacturer hired a  private sccrotary not many months  ago. Ho had novor had one heforo,  hut ho thought he could afford Uio  luxury. And luxury 11 wuh, for the  young man found Httlo to do. One  day, howovor, a real job came hlB  way.  Smith, said his employer, I want  you to figure out for mo how wo can  cut down the ofilco oxponsos. I'vo  boon ovor tho whole thing carefully,  but I can't find out. whoro wo are  spending any monoy unnecessarily.  Biijfc Rtlll It's a bit too much. It  you'll, find out whoro wo can Bavo $-.0  a month, I'll add tho amount to your  Hillary.  Tho ftoeretury figured for an hour or  two, aud then announced that he wan  ready to report.  Have you found the leak? aaked tha  manufacturer.  Yos, sir.  Good boy.    j-nt'n hear It.  You pay ?.r,0 fv-ir a private sccrrtary  nnd Ihov. yon do nl! the worlc yonrnolf.  You hnvo absolutely no use .for il  private nocrctary. If you'd get. rid  of mo you'd uavo that $&o a month.  That's so. but you're knocking your*  e-.-lf out of ii job.  No, I'm not.. You promised mo a  ralfo of fcliO for showing you,  Ilo got tho ralso.  A      hl*������������l������nf<lt       rVlf4lrtll.il       Im    n     mmmm     ���������.K -,  huu more wlvim than judgment.  U'������ liiiTicult to ruUl������ a horo; iu tunt  you cun _*.>iuoui unuke him.  for all the family  lor all the year  around is a  Columbia Grafes*-!:  Ask your nearest ' Columbia  cealer lo play you the spescia  Xmas Columbia Records. U^ifc  any machine.)  Columbia rho_o-jrapt CoaipaTiy  McKinnon  3_,lding, Toronto, Qrni.  Territory Opsa to Dealers  I  i  -j.  Tf.    \TC*11ir:   f^ls^'-l.ls.m.    fi;^...;.     ���������-A.     =-*J*J  ���������mm.-   jr w AAA.;      VAV111IV1      VJV*C;0     11UL     SCiX  pMpflRh'a QniicRonM  ^HsavwHy -u   vUf.-IIUUil  B&&>������&&tSb������&xm&^^  See the other fellow  r?  m  STONES  Kidney StoiieB and Gravel are qutait-  ly   expelled  trom  the  systet���������  by  ax������  ���������SAF^T  . .,   a^VKfJ.?;  .'which'haa been: a 'Blgfnal ������im������*i������  thrcughout Canada as ;.- a complete  euro of Kidney Trouble and all Uric  Acid. Diseases.' ..Wc Will send letters  telling; of many cures to all who will  ���������write us.     ���������   '.'-. ���������������������������'���������:. ...-;.-.-.'.��������� -   .titiw;:  Price $1.60 per Bottle at all Leading  15rugS"il3t3." . -.ti.;.r:ti-:  THE   SANOL   M'FG.   CO?   LT3?  WINN!Pe<5.   W!AMiTO_A   is-^J  X0XiXX**.'if*m  t  TH������ JOHN SNGLIS CO.,  Engineers and Boilermakers    Y  Boilers   of     all     kinds��������� Engines,  Pumps and Heavy Plate Work  Write us for Prices  14 Strachan Ave., Toronto. Canada  TREE TO ALL SUFFERERS  If  you   feel   "nut   ot  sorts"���������"run lioWtl1'  or  "_ot  the   ulues,"   suffer  from   kidney,  bladder,  nervous diseases,  chronic- weals.;  uesses, ulcers, akin eruptions, piles. -&c..-:  write   for   my   FRE12   book:    It   Is   the ;  most Instructive medical book ever writ-:  ven.    It   tells   ail   alxjut   these   diseasea-  and   the' rernarkabW   cures   effected   by-  lhe new French Remedy "THERAPJO*.*'  No. 1. Mo. Z. No. 3, and you can decide  for yourself if it is the reftjedy for your  ailment.       Dna't  send  a  cent.    It's  absolutely   FREE.    No . "follow-up"   circulars.       Dr.   LnOlerc   Med.   Co,     HaV'Sr-  Ftock Rri.. Hatrsostoad:  London.  Eng.      .  INTEEO   REAL BTATE  Write us for information concerning our two Winnipeg Subdfvisions  "Deer Lodge Subdivision" ������������������ the  finest property in the West end, and  "Woodlawn"' situated to the "south  east.      We guarantee profits.  STEWART _ WALKER,  LTD.  Sterling Bank Bldg , Winnipeg?  _  ?00** riro8'      A 8lWtlI������  Boriie   treatment reuovail  Inmn fl'nanfhjala.rju'a Um^mmX  .   Old aores, ulcers "mui  THE CANADA CaNCER INSTITUric, |.|iiit������#  ��������������� CHUftCHIU. AV������.. TONONTO  IaOW WOUkl you Uii a  lOi be Our Suliiiijj;  Agents   and  make BIQ MONEY in,  your Spare Hours?  We have the Goods I  Send   Post Card to-day  for particulars, nnd "Get into Business."  M. O. Dcpt. P. O. Box ias6, Montreal, Cun.  In accordance with subsection F of  section 3 of the Manitoba dame Pro-  toctlon Act every holder of a Dig  game hunting liconso must return tho  ouiiii* to lhe Dupui luittjil uf Agriculture & Immigration, duly sworn to before Justice of Poace or a (Jonimisslon-  or for taking aflldavltn showing the  numbor, kind and box of auliuiU killed  and tnkon, immediately after the close  of the season, and not lntor than  Jnnunry J5th. Thoso who hnvo/not  yot returnod their'liconso should tako  warning that they aro not only lla&lo  to a poualty provided In soctlon) 80 it  the Act but cannot ho granted U similar HcoiiHo In nny subuwiuoi.t. yen*-.  HoldorH nf Hnntln'rr T.IconHoa for t\\n  last opon HOimon must govern thoiti-  solvcs accordingly.  mlM ****** mat*M,  iff&SB  O . ������    ������      1.      . 1   .       T  ������...  wiv44���������   uy   u���������u.k.1,1  i/vu y nuuu  THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited  mttiA  MtM*mmmm**������  MMIiilOlH.IIIIHIIIMIIIII.WMH,.  Hfi  ,W,M,,(I,���������,H,.,,(I���������)MW^'  4mM-4HHMHMMM  "222_I___  MaWHaMMH  >ms  SB  __j_ |;a.."tiii :-.-���������-.  %rWi-ti  +* !$$' '-���������--  ���������i- ti?tx.-.: :  r-;M-  '���������; :wi ���������-  i??������y-  -'.ii*."  I &':���������&���������  ;i'|?  i Yf'-.  /THE ������������������/.CEi^ "tiW&*  Y'i  ���������I 'K?.  ?%  1.1.  ���������til  it-  '������, #���������  I  .. -as  JJ-135  1 ������������-  O   .V..-  'i^  f:  -i-7.  ;js?  ������������������W5  l'Y:i!  IvIS  I* ������������������������'-���������  IV, r?  pi  p.  *f  1'$  if w  I-  I'iji,  ���������o.  ��������� ,-*V  I. ���������-���������if  T?te Creston Wevi^>  Published every   rrid-y at Creston, British Columbia, by the Osssmb Print-  ng and Pub iH_i������g Company,Ltd.,  She Review i* tbe acknowledged advertising mrdinm of tbr C _est*ft������ valley,  cmlatinR in nearly one tnonsuud homes throughout tbe Creston district  cir  *rly one t-hoosuud homes throughout tbe crouton nistnci, nnd  -���������each ins bet iu u brond manner itito other comtnanitifw. Onr Hdvwtwuj-r rates  nre based on lhe scale of tbe Kootenay vo d Borcitriitry Prini*rH,K������>-icl of Trade.  Land pnrcbawe and laud louse notices. %1 for stuiufcoty  tin.**.     Dit������ph������v  udvei-  tereai and the welfare of the community,  signed.  Mrs. B. Lamberton  OmtribuiiuuH must be brief uud  Editor and Manng'-r  wiiyf ep rpiiiiq ;'_r -riifit. t  ffiiiiL������l buudua if uuum s  The Leading  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  sm   *  \m*au  /x&StS'&k  7  amm  THE PARCELS POST  ������������������h General approval, we think, will attend the introduction  ofthe Parcels Post in Canada. The Dominion Postmaster-  General told the House last week that the Government is  now considering a Pat eels Pos������ system for the Dominion, and  that it is qu'te possible something in connection therewith  may be accomplished this session. The discussion ia which  tbe Postmaster-General made the statement ensued upon a  resolution by the Hon. Mr. Lemieux, calling for the estab-  lishinjr/ofjr^a Parcels Post.  We sead that Mr. Lem'eux, speaking to his  resolution,  quoted extensively from a report which  had  been   prepared  by Professor McKenzie for the Toronto Board of  Trade  on  the high cost of living, and which   found  in the  lack  of a  Parcels Post system one  influence tending  to  increase   the  cost of living.    As a matter of  fact,   Canada  is among  the j  last of the nations to avail herself ot this important auxiliary j| _\g������01  agent to ihe meaes of transportation  already  available,  andjl  the opinion expressed by Mr. Lemienx, that the time is now.!  ripe in Canada for the government to add this agent  to  the  postal service will hardly be seriously questioned.    That the  Parcels Post is bound to affect the cost of  living very considerably was shown by one example given by Mr. Lemieux iu  his speech aud referred to in dispatches.    He pointed out the  i'ery great contrast betvveeu the rates on parcels coming from  |Si_gland and those mailed ia Canada.    4iA  parcel," he said  "can be sent from London, England, to Vancouver   cheaper  than it can be sent from London, Ontario, to  Vancouver.  That is a sample of the general state of affairs and  until the  United States recently adopted its system the same extraordinary state of affairs was found there."  Our   Guests  'OU will make no mistake  when you get off the train  * if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men <*ill substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  MYALS Syrup of White Piae and Tar is very  X  effective.  Packaged in 25 and 50 cent bottles.  VQ7  Jtij KM mm >_ e- _-  _L>,  lviurdn  Prop.  IftHTDETD TU&" "TAJ I  for   Semi-Ready  nr*������^2__._.._i  1 aiiur-cu  uiomeg������������uenis rurnssnings  ffiVALS Xaxacold, break tip a eold isa 34 hoisfs-  Does not coniain Quin ine.  Sells at 25 cents a package.  Creston Drug&Book Co.  1 ransier, Livery ants reea siaoies  (Best equipped Livery in Tawn) c  g All cHss of rURKOUTS supplied at short notice.   Ths Satest _ty!*ss of  1 GUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.   Saddle and pack hones a  & Speciality.  ������ Feed for sale       Agent for the McLaughlin Maufg. Oo.      Horses for sal*  & I sua prepared to fill oil orders, bath by ������?bra amd _���������.������$������. **iA m������������t -all trains  Wm . - " ��������� .:  W   at any honr of the day or night.   Oommeroinl men and landseekers, *wlli  % r������*Jsive prosapl attention  1 ls  o Kj-ir*-^^-^ rrQp  iA ������^*^^^������V������*    &r������mmm**$*"*   w������������VBi*������vo������  ! K S. SVScCreati  Phone 56  Sirdar Avenue  ^_^-^:-S3^_i__:-3������'aa������SS3SS'5^^3:^5:-2:-^^^:^  Box 14    f  OAidkiM'Jkl>AaW-J_���������*(-AJ_J���������S  The reopening of Parliament after the Christmas holidays finds the Liberal party confronted with the necessity of  choosing between two courses with the future of Liberalism  .,/for many years depending upon the choice. The Liberals  can continue to aid the Empire in a time of need, or they  can accept wiser councel from the better thinking men of  their party, and assist the Government in passing the bill by  ���������which Canada places three of the finest fighting ships at tjie  disposal of the Admiralty for the preservation of the Empire  And the maintenance of peace.  NOTICE  NOTICE  is  hereby given that an  application will be made to the Legis-  ������������������������ V  Intive Assembly, of the Province of  British Columbia, at its next Session  for an Act to incorporate a Company  to   construct,   equip,    maintain   and  operate  a   Railway  of  standardY or  narrow   gauge,   to  be   operated   by  steam,   electricity   or   other  power  from  a  point  on   the  international  boundry line about nine miles west of  ihe Kcotcnar River,   is 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  Joe Creek, together with such power  for the use, operation, ownership and  maintenance 01 such Railway as are'  usually granted in that behalf.  DATED at Victoria, British  Columbia, this 5th       of  December, A. D., 1012.  F. A. McDiaiinid,  solicitor for tho applicants  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  An order issued by the customs department forbids the  importation of all kinds of trees with the bark on originating  in the New England States. An order from the New England forestry authorities stating that there is no danger from  the gypsy moth will, however, admit the trees if such order  is attached to them. The regulations are to prevent the  spread of the troublesome gypsy moth.  Two important bills are now before the Federal Parliament. Both have to do with the prevention of the pollution  of navigable waters by sewage and by industrial and other  wastes. One of the bills, sponsored by Mr. Bradbury, is at  present in progress in the House of Commons; the other has  been presented to the Senate by Senator Bclcourt. The bills  are very similar in ail essential points, so that the disgusting  and disease producing practice of polluting streams and waterways will, in all probability, be made illegal within the  course of a few months.  CANCELLATION OF RESERVE  Psigctor School  SEALED TENDERS, superscribed  "Tender- for Proctor School," will be  received by the Hon. the Minister o  Public Works up to noon of Wednesday, the 15th day of January, 1913, for  the erection and completion of a small  onc-rco!- schoolhouse on concrete  foundations at Proctor, in the Ymir  Electoral District.  Plans, specifications, contract; and  forms of tender may be seen on and  after the 21st day of December, 1912,  at the offices of Mr. W. F. Teetzel,  Government Agent, Nelson, B. C.^Mr.  A. G. Gallup, Secretary of School  Board, Proctor B. C; and the Department of Public Works, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B. C.  Each proposal must be accompanied  by an accopted bank cheque or certificate of deposit on a chartered hank  of Canada, made payable to the Hon.  the Minister of Public Works, for a  sum equal to 10 per cent, of thetender,  which shall be forfeited it the party  tendering decline to enter into contract whon called upon to do so, or if  he foil to complete tho work contracted for. The cheques or cortltlcatoa of  deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will  SYNOPSIS OP COAL MINIG REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan imd Alberta  /the Yukon Territory, the Northwest  Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased  for a   term oi twenty-one   ypars   at  an annsal rental of $1 an  aore.   Not  more than 2,560 acres **viil be leaauu Scone applicant.  Application for a lease nine tbe made  by the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent of the distriot in whioh  the 'rights applied for ure situated.  In surveyed territory the land, must  tkitiQ  gdwarfe'* School  ��������� - ���������'������������������.-.-  tifar '���������  ttofi* *n&<3lrl0  Principal      -      Mrs. Chcr-ringiefl  Head Mistress,     Miss Cherrlngton  <-k*_n_?_    W9 ���������������_c_-������- ��������� Cambridge  Higbsr Looal. B -minghaxa tJo-iver-  sity Education 'Diploma.)^ :  Assistant -?'?    nto^llodsson  (Cambridge  Higher Lo$a������ ccrfcifl.  cate, Diploma   of ?_������   College   of'  Teachers for ���������_*- Sea'.)  Terms for boj utters on application  I to the Head Mia tress.  be described by svcttcus,  0.0.   I���������>���������_ 1   gnh.  , *���������    ���������  ������*-������������������ ������-.������������������  NOTICE is hereby given that ths  reserve existing by reason of tho notice published in tho British Columbia  Gazette of December 27th,' 1007, ia cancelled in so fur tut the same relates to  the following described lnndu, so as to  permit of the sale of tho timber standing thereout���������  ConHiHting of an inland iu Gonb River  lying Immediately to tho south of Lot  No. 401, Group 1, Kootenay District;  containing by admeasurement a total  area of 118 acres, moro or less.  ROBERT A. RENWICK,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands  Victoria, B. CDccomLcx 11th, 1012  I  be returned to them upon the execution of tbe contract.  Tandem will not bo conulderod link-as made out on the forms supplied,  signed with the actual signature of  the tenderer, and enclosed in tho en-  volopes furnished.  Tho lowest or any tender not necos-  narlly accepted.  J. E. Griffith,  Public Works Engineer.  Department of Pnhllo Works,  Victoria, B. C., December 17,1912  d visions of sections, and lu unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  Each np.Uoat ion mubt be accompanied I  by a fee of $5 whioh will be refunded if  the rights applied for are uot available  but not otherwise. A royalty shall bo  paid on tho merchantable output of the  mine at the rate ol Ave centi per ton.  The peiBon operating the mine shall  famish tho Agout with s . oin returns j  accounting for tho full quantity of merchantable coal mined and par the royalty thereon. If thu ooal mining rights  nro uot being operated, nuoh returns  should bo fumiHhod nt least ouoe a > ear  Tho Iohbo will iacludo tho ooal main-  lug rights only, but tho Iobhco may bo  permUt'id to pttreUnhe w hiifc,ivor available surface rlubtt* may be oonHldered  ni'i.uwRuvy for tho working nl tho trine  at tha rate of $10 an aore.  iro.fiiliiiforDinilon iiu-jUoiHiuuHiinuld  bo nt'ide t<) the Snoretury of the Di<pi>rt������  luonl, of the lutarier, Oftawn, or lo any  A\ge.nt or Hub Ajr*tii>t. of Dominion Laudn ,  W. W. COHY, j  Deputy MiuiwH r of the Interior    |  N. B.���������Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not bo paid for.  COS bore who ml Out sHq .  mail this coupon AT ONCE  Sample of onr expert penraenahip and  footnoting lesson, in short hand.    .. *>  THE  B-Alft   BU8INS8B CftLUEGE  *:[.;. a*r������eScane, Wash.  I am inter* ������st������d iu Bnsines** Edooation  Plea*ftsend __e> fall information about  yotir Collnge. and especially' abont tbe  snnjeo*-s oheeksd beiow:  .... Bookkeeplu g   .... Shorthand  ....Type.vritiHg   ....PaurannHhip,-,^  ....QaiokFiguring ....Letter Writing  I enn begin n o������ n\r&������ niiout   Name ?   Address   ��������� ilV- '���������w  ���������..   COMPLETE  Animal   Fertilizers  >IIIIW'���������I''''. I    <M*l->���������M���������ill I |,lll     ������Wl.ll.������������IWW.''l������Om������������_l,I.IIIAl  .'  ������������������������������������f-l ',   '  ?   ARE '  MONET        &ELD&  1  'Sow Burns' Fe-rtiHzers  And Reap Dallprs.  s=  Call  or  send for   oar  New   Pamphlet 'w hi civ ir  full uf ii;.vtxii i,ii''A.i.r::* yiv..-,;  m**'  for Pruit Groweiv etc.  P. BURNS & Go.  CRESTON  B.C  ������  1 r  J'V  ���������German nookM, \mh,| n cl * |  -8eud for our prices on furniture, wo wgmmg fw ^ ^^ Jjwk ^       j    % ^ JUbMowTUiM.  pay thsfrallht.   O.O. S. |Mh*h*Ul. IL  ���������WWMMMMM ���������A  .;,'.-.<���������.- .--'-"���������."r''"-^': JlJMr'.>*^1'-'!7VC'('*!J "i'lV'i''K-T. \''?V*-7"*������',''''l'^*^_'.'.*,v'S'*-^^  ..-.'-. tititiytiStiti^ti'kti::*^  -.-��������� -: :������������������. ������������������;���������������������������/. ���������;.-.-���������*.;-;y.;.Vi*^j���������.���������-���������,'Vi>j-'i;'i;.'.v^^j.'1.;-;^'-'..1 ���������. VV.vv^-?^-*.-^"-^  ITHE   GEBSTON -JBEVIEW,   OBBBTQN-  IS. Q*  33" ���������?  _ *->4**- &  f<T<mm&mt&      m t^XT*  fa  f   r*x*.m  tepyriBhX, 1909,  by Doubleday,  .������������������-.  pAge & Csinpsny. ���������  ! ������������o_s ih> love- -se," said Margaret,  ���������"and i love her. 1 want her to took  just like you do. Please tell me abont  your clothes. Are these thp dresses  end hats yon wear to school ? 'w nai  ftdnd of goods are tbey and where do  you buy tbem?"  . The girls?began to laugh and cluster  around Margaret. Wesley Sinton strode  down? the store with his head high in  pride of her. bnt bis heart was son-  Sfar the memory of. two little faee^  ���������under Brushwood sod. Be inquired  hia way to the shoe department.  "Why. every one of us have on ging  bant or linen dresses," they said, "ano  they are onr school clothes."  For a : few   moments": there was ' a  babe! ot laughing voices explaining to  She  delighted   Margaret  that  school  -resses should be bright and pretty,  but simple and plain and until cold  ���������feather tbey should wash.  ,  ���������TH tell you." said Ellen Brownlee.  '-ay father owns this store.    1 know  ell the clerks.    I'll take you to Miss  Hartley.   You tell he? -just how much  'you want to spend and what you want  ������&_uya and she will know how to get  She most for your money."  ���������^That's the very .'..thing.": agreed Mar*  x^mV^t   *^,it  tefoi*e.?you go tell me  ' About   your   hair.   Elnora_   hair   is  fetflghS and1 wavy, but yours is silky  as hackled flax.   Bow do you do it?"  ���������"J-lnora?" asked four girls lo contest. ���������   ���������  **_es: Elnora Is the name of the girl  % want these things for."  "Old sho come to the high school to-  Gay TV Questioned one of them.  "Was she ln your classes?' demand*  ������a Margaret without reply.  Pour girls stood silent and thought  fast. Had there been a ^strange girl  among tbem. and bad sbe been overlooked and passed by with Indifference because she was.so very shabby?  If she had appeared as much better  than they as. she bad looked wornp  wo'dd her reception have been the  ���������ami*?  ":T_en? wiiM f������ strfiugw girl from tht-  eonntry in the frpfsimino class today."  mild Kllen Brownlee, "and her nainr*  jiva* Elnora."  ���������'That was the girl." said Margaret.  ���������'Are her people so very poorT' questioned Ellen."  "No, uot poor at. all, come fo thlnit  of It." answered Margaret. "It's ������ peculiar cane. Mrs. Comstock bad it  great trouble, nnd she let it -change  Iter whole. llfo and make a different  iwotnau of her. She used to beiovely.  but all Rhe does now Is droop all day  and walk the ec-h-*** of tbe swamp half  the night nnd neglect Elnora. If you  girl* would make life Just a Httlo  ���������aider for ber It would ho the finest  fthlug you ever did."  All of tbem promised thoy would.  ���������".Vow tell.me about your hair," por-  ���������BlMed Margaret 8lnton.  Bo tbey took her to a toilet counter,  amd she bought* tbe proper hair soap,  alno ������ nail die anO cold erontu for use  ������fti������r< wlndv dn.va.  Then tliov loft her  wltb the experienced clerk, and when  at last Wesley found her Hho was load'  ������-l with uuodlco. and the glint of other days was In hor beautiful eyes.  Wesley carried some packages also.  "Cora������ on, now, let's get boms," ha  said.   .  I CHAPTER III.  iWhsreln  Bluer* Proouro Har Booka  and find! Mann* of Earning Money.  "Imm       .....'    ........     I. .     .ir....l ...A  [X0X4     IUI/      ������, IIJ       111/AAAA.       I, K,m,\.j      ...'*-.  Margaret sinton discussed how  thoy should give Elnora their  purchased hud wun^Mra. Cow*  stock would any. ' ���������'-,  "1 am afraid she will bo awful  mud," said Margaret Bin tou tremulously.  "Rhe'll Just rip." replied Wesley  grapblrnlly      "ibil"   If  she   wants   to  ���������wtivt-   i'uv   KUHiuK  o-   nvi'   ���������.ill   io   tbo  neighbors sho needn't get fracUous If  that* Uk-.i-_na.rj-_Ain. __l_4-cm.,-n*~l  ���������job.' Frpm~_ow~on Teidculate' Elnora  shall go to school, and sbe shall have  all the clothes and books she needs, If  I go around on the.back of Kate. Com*  stock's land and cut a tree or drive off  a calf to pay for them. Why I know  one tree she owns that would put Elnora ln heaven for n year. Just think  of it, Margaret! It's not fair. One-  third of what Is there belongs to Elnora by law, and if Kate Gomstock  raises a row i'ii reii her so and see  that the girl- gets ic Sou go to see  Kate -in the morning, and Til go with  you. Tell her you want Elnora's pattern, that you are going to make her  a dress for helping us. And sort of  hint at a few more things. If Kate  balks I'll take a band and settle her.  I'll go to law for Elnora's share of tbat  and then she can take ber share."  "Why, Wesle^Slnton, you're perfect-  ;-IyWild.'V/?-??-^Y?  ���������**rm not! Did you ever stop to think  that such cases are so frequent there  have been ���������? laws made to provide for  them? I can bring it up in court and.  force Kate to' educate Elnora and  board and clothe ber till she's of age,  and then she can take her own share."  "Wesley. Kate would go crazy!"  VSbe's crazy now. The idea of any  -"���������other living with as sweet agir* as  Elnora and letting ber suffer till 1 find  her crying like a funeral! It makes  me fighting mad!" -  -   '  When Wesley came from the bam  Margaret had four pieces of crisp ging-*  ham, a pale blue, n, plnlt a gray with  .crrnon stripes' and a rich brown and  blue plaidl On each of them lay a  yard and a fcidli cf wide ribbon ��������� to  match. There were nandkerchlefs and  a brown leather belt. In ber bands sbe  held a Wide brimmed tan straw bat  having a high crown handed with velvet strips, each ot which fastened with  a tiny- gold buckle.  "It looks kind of bare now," she explained. "It had three quills on it  here. 'The price was two and a half  for the hat, and those things were a  dollar and a doiiur and a halt apiece.  I couldn't pay that"  "It does seem considerable," admitted Wesley, "but will it look right  without them?"  "No, it won't!" said Margaret "It's  going to have quills on it Do you remember those beautiful peacock wing  feathers that Phoebe Slrams gave me?  Threo of them go on Just where those  came off. and nobody will ever know  the difference. They match the bnt to  a moral, and they aro just a Uttlo j  longer and richer than tbo ones that I  had taken off. I was wondering  whether 1 better, sew them ou tonight  whllo v.1 remember how tbey set or  wait till morning."  "Don't risk iti" exclaimed Wesley  anxiously. "Don't you risk iti Sow  them ou right now."  "Opeu your bundles, whllo I get tbe  tnrcad." Bald Margurct  Wesley set out a pair of shoes. Margaret took them up and pinched the  leather and stroked them.  "My, but they aro prottyl" sho cried.  "What else Old you get?"  "Well, air," t,ald Wcalcy. "I caw  soututhlng today. You told mo about  Kate Rotting that tin poll for Elnora  to cany to high school, and you said  you told hor It waa a slinmu. Bo 1 -Just  inquired around till I found this, aud  I think It's about the ticket. Dooont  looking and handy aa you plonso. Bee  Here, now."  Wesley ojiunrd ihr pnelcnf-c nnd laid  a hrown leather lunch box on tho table,  limbic was a apace for n-imdwlcucs, a  little porcelain box for cold meat or  fried clilclu'ti. another ror an hid, a glasa  with a lid which screwed nn, lu������ld by  a ring In a corner, for custard or Jelly,  a tliiHk for ten or milk, a beautiful Utile Uinl'o, foric aim Bpoou lauiuucd In  holders and n place for a napkin.  ''Do st the first time "last to show  Kate  Comstock  what love is!"  said  Wesley.   "Get up early in the morning  and make one of those dresses tomor  row.    Can't you make a plain ging  ham dress in a day?   I'll pick a chick  en. nnd you fry It and fis a little" custard for the cup. and do it up brown.  Go on, Maggie, you do it!"  ���������"I never can." said Margaret "I am  slow as the itch about sewing, and  these ere not going to be plain dresses  when it comes to making them. There  are going to be edgings of plain green,  pink and brown to the bias strips and  tucks and pleats about tbe hips, fancy  belts and collars, and all of it takes  time."  "Then Kate Comstock's got to help,"  said Wesley. "Can tbe two of you  make one and get that lunch tomorrow?" ������������������? ?''"-:'?-?  "Easy, but she'll never do iti"  "You see If she doesn't!" snldWeslcr.  "You get tip and cut It out, and soon nn  * 'Elnora '"'is gone I'll go after Kate "ft^-  self. She'll take what I'll say better  alone. But she'll come, and she'll help  make the dress.    These other things  are our Christmas gifts to Binora.  She'll no doubt need them mere sow  A-K^m nl..* a**'*,- 4-1...** mm��������� VITA. 414.M ���������f^TM.  A-AJCAAA     OIJO      W AAA      AUCAI,      CAAAAA,       IIV     >a.a*aA     e"C  them just as we!!. That's yours, and  this is mine, or whichever way you  choose."  Wesley untied a good brown umbrella and shook out the folds of a long  brown raincoat Margaret dropped the  hat arose and took the coat She tried  it on, felt it cooed over it and matched  it with the umbrella. ���������>*  "Did it look anything like rain tonight?" she inquired so anxiously that  Wesley laughed.  "And this last bundle?' she said,  dropping back in her .chair, the coat  still over her shoulders.  "I couldn't buy this much stuff for  any other woman and nothing for,my  own," said Wesley/ "It's Christmas  for you, too, Margaret!" He shook out  foid after foid of soft gray satiny goods  that would looi- lovely, against Margaret's pink cheeks and whitening hair.  "Oh, you old darling!" she exclaimed  and (led sobbing into his, arms. ?���������'*?���������  At 4 o'clock next morning Elnora."was  shelling beans. .At 6 she fed chickens  and pigs, swept two of the rooms of  the cabin, built a fire and put/on tbe  kettle for breakfast Then she climbed  the narrow stairs to the attic: she had  oceupiedS-inee a very small child and  dressed in the hated shoes and brown  calico, plastered o-wn her crisp curls,  ate what breakfast she could and. pin-  ninj; on ber bat started for town.  "There is no sense in your going for  an hour yet" said ber mother.  "1 must try to discover .some. way. to  earn, those books," replied Elnora. "1  am perfectly^.positive 1 shall hot.-find  tbem lying along tbe road -wrapped in  .tissue paper and tagged with my  "hame^'V. ���������?���������������������������'''"���������?" ---Yk>^ .-.  She went toward the city as on yesterday.;; Her perplexity as to where  tuition, and books were to come-frpm  was widriseV but'she did not feel.-"quite  so badly*. Sbe never again would, have  to face all of it for the first time. She  had been through it once and was yet,  living. There had been times yesterday, when she bad prayed to be'hidden or to drop dead, and neither had  happened. , "I guess tbe best way to  _et nn.answer to prayer Is to work fbr  it" muttered Elnora grimly.  In an Onabaaha book store she ask  ed tbe prices of the list ot books that  she needed and learned that $6 would  not quite supply them* She anxiously  inquired for second hand books, but  was told that the only way to secure  them was from the last year's freshmen.  "Do you wish these?" asked the clerk  hurriedly, for tbe store was rapidly  filling with school children wanting  anything from a dictionary to a pen.  "Yes," gasped.Elnora, "oh, yes! But  I cannot pay for then. Just now. IMease  let me take them, and I will pay tor  them on Friday or return them ns per  feet as they are. Please trust me for  them a few days."  The clerk looked at her doubtful!**  and took her name.  "I'll   ask   the   proprietor."   bo   said  When he came back -Inoru knew the  ' answer before he spoke.  "I'm forry," he said, "but Mr. Hqnn  doesn't recognize your name.    Vou crp  uot a customer of ours, und Uo feuii*  that   he can't  take the  rlHk.    Voul  have to bring the money."  Elnora clumped ont of the Blorc. tin*  thump of her heavy shoos beating as a  Hammer on her bruin. Kho tried two  other houses with the same result and  thon In sick ' despair came into the  street. Whal could sho do? Sho was  too'frightened to think.  There It utood In a bank window In  big black letters staring straight at  ber:  Get your Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco,  Cigars,   Pouches,  \ Pipes, etc:, ai the  Jreston   * Wine    &  Spirit Co*  5* PoolC, Prop.  in    i liii 'ii'_'I" *~'~~"-"- ' *������������������-��������� ���������  tnnunm   _-n������rt������ m������  Cotton Root Compound Tablets  A _MB_3CAB-_l BS-Pa-A-OB  These Fiiis are compounuud with the grestest  C���������:o from the most reliable remedies snown to  -���������Ctonce; such as are being used with much ������ucces5  by the most celebrated physicians known.    . .  Tbey are a speci-C ior the distressing disordert  to which the female constitution is liable. ���������       ���������  Price S2 a box.    Wo. S (much stronjrerX *8 a  t.  Sold at all drug stores, or by mail from ^*a  tvmiXtvns. Co.. at. Catharines,, Oot.  iox  TUB   HGSSB  OF THE  TRANBISNT  This Hotel is :ojie^--^ft|$&:  best    known    and  >.���������{..... ���������    -iti- ������������������' tiZ.--} -������������������ ".������������������-.  Hotel,  in the  l*MS  i  ���������vwer; ��������� . ��������� ��������� . Y:"  She had nine minutes to reach the  auditorium or be tare. Should she go  to school or to the Bird Womiin7 Several girls passed her walking swiftly  and she remembered their faces. They  were hurrying to school. Binora caught  the lnfectiuii. She would see the Bird  Woman at noon. Algebra came flrst  and that professor was kind. Perhaps  she rpuld slip to the superintendent  and ask him for a book for the nest  -lesson.' '  . As she went down the long hall she  noticed the professor of mathematics  standing in tbe door of his recitation  room. When she came up to him he  smiled and spoke to her.  "1 have been watching for you." he  said, and Elnora stopped, bewildered*  "For me?' she questioned^.  ���������"Yes," said Professor Henley. "Step  inside."^ '---Y  E!noras followed him into the room,  and he swung the door behind tbem;  "At teachers', meeting last evening  one of the professors mentioned that  a pupil bad betrayed in class that she  had expected her books to be furnish* con  ed by the city. I thought possibly it-  was you.   Was It?'  "Yes." breathed Elnora.  "That being the case," said Pro?  fessor Henley. "It just occurred to me  as you bad expected that you might  roniitfo,   c   Uttlo   frlmn.   tr*  ttoenfo  thmti.  COMMODIOUS  BAMPLS  ROOMS  *f*\_ -  - ji ���������- - ��������� ��������� -      xuv GXimmng rou_uyvsti Pl**?������*jr  up-to-date ��������� and;-��������� the.?.liirf:i*ajpl?  plied with only tlxe best tefid  of goods.  itim  mj \^r@ston* iSA  .  TIMBER SALE No. XIO  .SEALED TBNDBRS wUl be received  by the Minister of Ziands not later i_a_  noon on the 3rd day of Maroh, 1918, fer  the purchase of Licence No. XiO to cut  12,180,000 feet, B. M.F 93,000 railway  ties. 16,000 oedar poles on Lot No. 2T4,  Uroup 1, Kootenay District, near Ores-  Part'oulars of Chief Forester, Victoria  B. C. :ti noSJS  PROFESSIONAL  CHAS. MOORE, C.Ee  B o. Has������ SusysroB xxo Aacaxsaoa  [ Flan- and Specifications  CRESTO& -      .      . B,C  TIMBER SALE No. X* 1  DENTISTRY  :~TFfi- E jiATTD. D. S.  sti *  Oases   ever  FraQk Parkts Sardwasre  ^tore^r-Biaker Street.  CRANBRQDf-,  B������ C  >>���������  GUV? LOWENBERO  and you are too fine a mathematlclen  to fall behind for want of supplies.  So 1 telephoned one of our sophomores to bring her last year's books  this morning. 1 am sorry to say they  are somewhat abused, but the test is  all here. Xo.u can have them for $2  and pay when?'you get ready. ; Would  you care to take them?" . :,���������  ;.i31nora sat suddenly, because she  could not stand another instant She  reached both bauds for the hooks? and  said never a word. The professor  Was silent also...". Y  :A.t iast Emora "arose, hugging those  books to her heart as a mother grasps  a lost baby.  ' "One thing more," said the professor.  ������������������Tou can pay your tuition quarterly.  Ypu need not bother about the flrst  installment this month. Any time in  October will do." >?:  po _iiuofa eutei'cu ..titer auultotiuSx'������������  second time. Her face was like the  brightest dawn that ever broke -over  the Llmberlost No matter about tho  lumbering shoes and skimpy dress  just now���������no matter about anything,  she had the books. She could take  them home. In her garret she could  commit them to memory tf need be.  She could show that clothes were not  all. If the Bird Woman did uot want  any of the many different kinds of  ���������.i-,A/it������MAiitn       -at-**        KaAJI        *%*mil������������*%4-*irm       /*Wa        ���������***#������<������  quite sure now she could sell ferns.  Wanted. ��������� Caterpillars, cocoons,  cliryHalldofl, pupae oauen, butter-  illuu, moths, Iinlluit relict* of ull  Iclndn. Hlulieat scalo of prices paid  ln cash  ���������'}'.������������������  alrncct cryin_ over !t.  "How I'd lovo to fill Iti" ubo exclaim*  tmlx  Elnora caught tho wicket at tho  canhkM's doslt with both hands to  braco herself agalnRt disappointment.  "Who |h U wnt*it������4 to buy eoenoni.  buttorillos and moths?" she panted.  "Tho Bird Womnn," answered the  cashlor.   "Havo you somo for snlo?"  "1 have some, but 1 do not know If  thoy are whnt Rhe would want."  "Well, you had bettor seo hor," said  tho cashier. "Do you know where she  llvcai"  "Yes," said minora.   "Would you toll  ������*4W      *lUU      l,iM*^4  JJTwonty-pno aftor 8," .was tha o������*  SEALED TENDERS will be revived  by the Minister of Latido not later tfeia  noon on the 3rd day of March, 1913, for  che purchase of Licence No. XI1 to cut  2,520,000 feet B, M., 45,000 railwayitiea  4,600 cedar poles on Lots l4o: 3S77,  _878, Group 1, Kootenay District, near  iJrestou, ??'?.' titi  Partionlars of Chief Forester, Victoria  B. O.       ? ,ao**������  TIMBER SALS No; XIV  SEALED TENDERS will he reoeived  v the M nister of Lauds not later than  oon on the 3rd day of March, ISIS, for  rhe pnroharie of Licence No XI2 to out  i,440,000 feet B. M , 10,600 railway-ties,  3 5U0 cedar polet?, on Lit 491, Group 1,  Kootenay Distriot, near Oreston.  Partionlars of Chief Forester, Victoria  13 C. no 28  ��������� 4       '  TIMBER SALENoXIS.  COK8ULTISO   SsOf-SSB  7RESTON  B.C.  MR. &  MRS. CROMPTON  ._ Teachers of  Piano, Vi>liu, Singing  Music Supplied ior Uunce; ts & Ds-C?s  OK5&369 YOUNG & ^h  Real Estate and lunutt-oe.  .���������-:. . _K>b_E_ Vu'HmmSlS  JREST0N     -  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life aad Aocident*. {-aae-fene*  REAL E-TATS. Rto.  -RAIL,    '    - ���������     '.  B.C.  i-_-a-a_-___-_--_i_-N__������  S' **���������,���������������������������������   u������.*������������ momtr<m%mm%���������(;   ~  CRANBROOK ** 9. to.  ~^m '  \  \  Th.  \  -.E  LED TENDERS will bo roeelvod  ������he MiuiBter of Lands not later than  looa on the 3rd day of Maroh, 1018, for  purohaae of Lloeuoa No. X18 to out  100,000 feet B. M.������ nnd 050 cedar poles i  L"' 281, Group 1, Kootenay Distriot  rear Creston,  Partioularn of Chief Forettor, Viotoria  3.0. no 38  Funeral? Director  wn���������iiLm.  "V/ho ta It w.iiitG to buy cocoons, but*  to; filon and moths?" aha p*nt������d.  nuts and a groat many things. Thon,  too, bouio ouo moved ovor this morning, and novoral girls smiled and bowed. Kluuiu forgot ovory thing imvo hor  nooks and thnt sho was whore she  could ubo thom intelligently���������ovory���������  thlujif oxcopt ono llttl������������ thing away  hack In her head. Her mother hod ^  Known  aUOUt tue  uuokN  muo  iitm uii   |  I tlon and had uot tol* har .frhen ihe *  mgtaaA ton he������hg*i������ia'^ t M.i.iif^Mjggjjg^i^jg^. ^  FOR SALE {  ��������� ' .        , ��������� ��������� !  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmfxmmm  , I  I  U Stewart ranch, Block 194 Koote-;  my Valley,   containing 10 acres all  i'ouc.'iI lu, 2 uuu_ cleaved, 120 fruit  ���������roes, good number bearing: next st������a-  Bon, small framed house, stnhlo and  piguLle, wji������i<j*'ev������t situation'fr.r r,toc!i  raiser tind poultry man for truckarui  ing. I have also number of lota In  I Villa Park, Washington, D. 0., mouoy  makers, for wale. Particulars, R. Stow-  irt, Bust 41, Crouton, B. O. :  Before Cettitifl  For the Gliding of your New  Houso, Store, Of|ictt. Workshop  or other building, write .or; call  Eutiinat^H'given oh all  on tue.  kinds of work. ' -  mimmmmmmmmiammmxmmfmf  Repairs &  s  A aPKOIAL.Tir      '"'titi  (Jbatgctt rcuaouablo tu^d wutlora^oa |  guaranteed o*a A311 Work '���������     I  JOHN   BOYDi Crest-n |  mmmimmii0mmmmm*mmm*****mm*4m*mmmam  mmm  m*mm*a������***mm*m*m  ���������    '.^  es  ���������������������������������������  ���������LADIES,  call  ������t our store and  ���������ok over our nupply of McOalls pat*  Aiyiirsiholli  -���������"-��������� ���������-....���������..-  .,���������    f.   u.   ,riWi,|i,i>>|-ll-Tni_ tuiwjtp^  SmMie mn0  Rmrnewm Ropmlrton  m BBBCHALT?  Dealer iu   high   clan  1 M.���������.      1     .....   .,   .   ..  Mcn.ncx miiu nuuc|i,  1  I  i- ������im*>vm*m*ma*t*mm*amaam  *Mim**a*i*mmmmaimai  m .���������v.*  /-  :?���������'&'���������  THE    CBESTON    REVIEW,    CBESTON,  **?>  C.  MANGER  "TO   CROSS   IN  PICTURES  MOVIN.  Heavens, Henry2  Romantic Wife���������1 wonder if the old  oak   tree   under  which  you  proposed  Life Story of the Saviour Nov/ Beln3 . ia still standing?  Presented  in   London  Hall i    Mean Husband���������Naw!  I went bauk  London;���������The Church    aud    stage ,the next week an(* chopped it down  have long ago joined hands, and witb j     A    ,  .    ~~~      ~,        .���������,, , Ko *, ..,?  the p-oductlon this Christmas at tlie I fn interesting .despatch has been re-  lioyal Algert Hall of' "From Manger .celved from Vancouver. B.C., whioa  to Cross," the church and the cinema !reads as follows: 'Ihat the Pacific  are linked and Great Eastern Railway, having.-its  There  has  been  ho more eloquent I seaboard terminus at Vancouver, jsire-  sermon delivered from any pulpit than ' garded    hv thn envi-rnmeiit   as   des-  "Sample   fre-.   if   ycu   write   National  the life story of tho Saviour in moving  pictures which is being shown from  Christmas-eve onwards at the Albert  Hull. Here in a building vast as  a cathedral. The Passion    Play    had  Drug  and   Chemical   Co.,  of  Canada, j bridged   nearly   two   thousand   years  ^r M I and brought the  very  atmosphere of  j the Holy Land into the lives of many  ; outside the churches.  A party of forty-two actor3 and act-  y    -FST A!iD BtALTH TO MOTHER AMD -HU9.  Y    Mas. Winslow's Sooti-NO Byriii'has beea j ...    ������_���������,>���������___   Ui,.nrt   o,  tho  , arcd for over sixtv years hv M11.UONS of ' resses, witn  tienoerson oi'inri as ine  'i X\others for   thwr^HiyjRKN^wuii.a j Chnstus. traveled in the Holy Land,  '"-'���������"*"'-������     "���������   re-enacting   on   the   actual   scenes   of  ew Testament history the details of  it is nt>\\ the life of. Christ as told in the gos-  ������, Ss the nesticiiiedy for iMARllflOiA..  ������������������'���������':��������� ������olutely harmless. Be sure aud aslc for "hita.  YlWiaS-w's Soothing fts-rup," and take sao.otties  vi &_i���������   Twenty-five cents a bottla.  by the government as destined to become tbe future great development artery north and soutb  through British Columbia and beyond  is iaaicaiod in the news will' h *a.-.  inst leaked out from authoritative  sources. Expert special agents art*  even now investigating the volume  and character of the resources of the  terra incognita lying beyond Fort  George with a view to the pushing on  of Vancouver's line of direct contact  witb the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway  as soon, or even before, the G.T.P  and P.G.B. are completed as now proposed.    Arrangements   are   now   said  ;,-f.l<  KIDNEY TROUBLE  ������!!��������� Urit-jA.oi'1 Diseases,  Ipelvdlng KI<1 ���������  jvv  Troiible.    BiailtJer    Stones      Gal  Sicr.e.i. t J ravel and Lumbago '������.re rapidly   r^Il^ved  and  permanently   cii'*'������d  ������������������tiy &AKOL*;-- "A   re:ne3y   that   has   an  enviable re;.'������tation tlu-ou_,-.������iit    Onr.  ada.       We will    send    letltira    froni  .Kcoces*, .ot i-.?ople, wlio. have been cueed  ���������'o.  "one- or more  of-*th������-ssa  complaints.  by  ���������������������������,-���������������������������      ������������������  v ���������-.-���������; SANOL  Write for-*bU ittiormation.  Price  51.50 Per Bottle ui  all Leading  'I>-i-*ru'stS.-  THE   SANOL   IV* FG.   CO.,   LTD.  WINNIPEG.  tVANITOBA  &1*mmS??%!a&������.  I  and the accuracy of costume and setting was vouched for by artists uu-d  experts.  Every effort was jn'ade to insure this  historical e>'.ycti-*udp. and the- works of  i the late Doctor Schick and Tissot, the  '���������Vench pa inter.. -who spent twelve  years in the Holy Land, proved most  ���������'.eipful. The furniture in various  '���������^n������s was snec'nlly made to resemble th1**- used in Palestine at the open-  insr of the-Christian ""a. n^d an ���������������������������"i^h-  ority on ancient eastern dress accom-  nanied the producers.  Such cinematograph,    pictures    displayed  in  the  great arena of the  Al-  . j.��������� -   ��������� s  4 UFFI-T-ONG rHFTp-siF.  OVERCOME   BY  V  W  ���������ffl"*- "fl-tiT-  The most obstinate case of slavery to the Drink Habit can be safely  aud absolutely cured in three days by the .  ������?  ifl si  i'\i_���������;_,_a  *FpA������!S!'CSbA V5*������|  pels.       Twenty   thousand  pounds   in j to be taking    shape    through    whioh  all was spent in producing the film,' construction on the Peace River dis-1 Eh ,    d.      po^^ost    Contralto  trict and into Alberta  to an eastern | UnJV_.T-! -/^JT0*u_,*lntwi?.  connection ".'ill-be assisted by provin-j  cial legislation to he introduced in the }  session of 1914.    At the same time it'  is said to be in view to continue the  Sing at Walker Theatre, Winnipeg, February 17th'  Mme.  Clara Butt, fhe English contralto,   and   one   of   the   world's   1'e.v  great north and south west'isn trunk | very   groat  contraltos,  will   he  hoar-  line from Vancouver info the Yukon   at tbo. \\��������� alitor Theatre, Winnipeg, on  territory and Alaska either from Fort  George or from the vicinity of .Har.el-  .Mondiiy evening, Feb. 17i-h, when she  will give a giand recital in conjunct-  Kennorley  ton.       In  connection   with   this   pro-   U>u with-hev hustand, Mr  Rum ford, himself an artist of almost  as wonderful genius and fame as his  illustrious wife.  gressive scheme provincial aid would  necessarily stop at the territorial border but efforts are s-iul to be inaugurated   in   the   direction   of   sreu-ing  Canadian and American Federal co-opera; icm.       If this is    carried    out    it  Jbeijt Hall to the appropriate music of   would   bring   much   of  the   passenger  'the grand  organ could not fail to  os [ and fast freight traffic now sorved by  ���������---.i impressive, and-they    were   reccl'v-l ! c*oar.twi'.vse steamships  directly  over-  j with silence and reverence at thp first j land  to  Vancouver and  in  less  than    i production on the afternoon of Christ- jhalf the time now required.  j mas eve.      In the evening the*-- were,' ���������   hown again twice.       Many went  to j     It Makes New Friends Every Day.���������  ee   them   Chrwtw.s   ������igh*.  for   rh������*"������ ,. <sot a (U,y go<.s v,y  that Dr.   Thomas*  .-as no more suitable Christmas nuUlic : t"i������������'v... rm rio.������ ...-.t wi.ie������ t-h.^ nirn'e  seiic������Vanrt 'haw from 5ioo tn ssoo ??r������i>9- i ^nterfaintrent   in   London.       On   *bei0j*  its   friends.       Orders for  it  come  ^a^'si-vsaa^^-*^,.^' | ^titi^^ti^ti^tis! jj��������� iSs ���������ti!X tti^ Hi I s??.?��������� ������^:ti!ti> V3 *xl���������s*  X ������������������ ~ I from si\t>.*nce uowanls. i trav ell ed  afar.       It  deserves  this  at-  Terrs f*-.->m the gosne's c\d^m- each j tention, far no oil has done so mu;h  set  of  pictures  in  "From  danger  to j for tjUmaniiv.        Its    moderate    cost  ./-MALE HELP WANTED  tW7 jbuX.li/OU  LIKE  TO  LEAKS  - *������   stocli broking business? 1 want a. ilv������ '  'ftuib'itjou-* vepres..nta.tive   in     every     cit;   I  <������.nd   town   tn . har.u'.e   stocks,    bourts   a.i.^ !  '���������in.ortsafres; applicant must furnish tVn-r-  The biggest voice In the world and  the biggest, or jcather oue of the biggest women on the stage, form a combination that makes Clara Butt a peculiarly interesting artist. She is  over six feet tall and of magnificent  proportions, making a most imposing  and attractive figure on the concert  platform. She has been likened to  Juno in her statellness. yet she is exceedingly gracious in manner and verv  magnetic.  Mme.  Butt arrived in New York on  Dec.  ?.9th and made her first appear  No'man wiio is an habitual drinker or who suifers periodical cravings  for intoxicants, can overcome his passion unaided.  The Neal Treatment will take away all desire for further stimulants,  and is perfectly harmless.  . Threa da*/3 only are required.  , There are no hypodermic injections  There 19 no Injury to health  There ars no after effects and  V        There are no failures.  THERE ARE  NO FAILURES  If you ore a victim ���������.    the Drink or Drug r-Iabit, write to us without  further delay.    All ro- respondsnee strictly confidential.      You will ae  completely cured after a three clays sojourn a*, our Institute .  Y       '     ���������  405 Broadway,  Winnipeg  2244 Smith St.  Ftegina  ������20 Thirteenth Aye?, VV.  Caigary <  Croi-*s." whlrh is ir. .five a-  ing nearly., two hours  to  s  occny-  Jes'is.  *3 "-her^r -  'low-.     Thf i  iV"*    t!icht    into  ���������f 'li'? flisrinles.  i mas.es it easy to get  CENTRAL   TELEGRAPH  AND  RAIL-  ROAD SCHOOL '  This school  is   located   In  Toronto  <aridYdpe?. much each  year to supyiy  'the1 active demand  for Telegraph  op-: vryt>-   t^o  rrators wanted by^our Caaadian^rail-i ^,"e -.j^les. the isst week of his mis- j V; estern panada  d th- be*r^v-'t  ,n��������� crucifixion I General Agent of  ;.    I  -ways: -. ��������� -    ���������  ���������-  ���������years "and   hTindrefls   of  officials   and  operators in active railway service to- ��������� %x^p" ������J-,?r c-e^^ a^'' perhaos  ���������day is the best guarantee of the re- j     sYf-,* " w %\'l ~ r^e;   for* cOCf!   of  lability o* this well    known    school- j ?,?-��������� "-k^uLs";n v^^ali^^ 'VNc4  Testameur scer.?s is constds-able.  tills well    known    school.  The book "Guided by tbe    Key"    ex  plains th3 work fniiy.      Write for it.  "A-iiress W? H.  Shaw. President. To  ronto.  As evidence of rhe strong tend of immigration  from  the United  States  t<>  Mr.   F.  W.  Koppei".  tbe   Grand   Trunk  ! Passenger  Department  at  Sah  Fra-i-  too ! C|So0 reports that he is receiving from  three   to   five   inquiries   per   day   for  particulars  of pre-emption    lands   ' m  i MILLIONS   ASKE"3   FOP     GERMAN  IH  Sympnonv Orchestra, at t.;arnegie  Hall. On Jan. 14th, she and. her  husband gave a recital at the samu  world-famous music hall.  Mme. Butt and her husband are In  America under Loudon Charlton's management . Three or four concerts will  be given in New York and about fifty  throughout Canada and the United  States. The .famous English singers  nre en route to Australia, where thev  have made many successful tours, as  they have of South Africa and Continental T. -"ope. They have with ther1  on this trip their three charming and  your  O--_rov-iag.     Provide for 2 good table,,  cat vegetables, and throw away medicine.  W������ not only supply yoa with the Finest Tested  Seeds for this Country, but we also show ycu  HOW TO GROW THE BEST VEGETASLES"  ta car bee_!_is, 1S3 pages (copyrighted^  The first oE the kiud printed in Canada.     They  contain   the   best   Western experience   ������f   expert  market Gardeners.   Sound, practical and sensible���������  inst what you want to know ia preparing the seed  bed, manuring, starling ihe seed, transplanting, forcing,  ripening, storing, destroying   insects, etc.      Tho price  is -C ceats per boohlei (S1.00 Sor the full sr'c of 11.  inclnding vegetable and special field craps), bjsi FREE to.  hasers of our seeds.        See onr catalogue, page 2.  TO-DAY FOR CUR fKEE CATALOGUE.   ADDRESSING DESK NO. V������  British Columbia as tho result of a re- _  cent  advertising  campaign  in   South- i'jntpVesting'ehirdren,"for Mme. Butt is  ern  California.    He also  states that ( RUch a devote(j mother she would not  ��������� Cljjai       ���������* t X* mm YJ<m  I  Berlin.���������A  j-.-iaiiol-C-iaiiv  . Piirs-t  Lawyer���������I   was  looking  ovor  J_vy, geometry   Issson  last   night.       t|  v/as quite interested in  thdt pi-oposi-j  tionv that the three  angles  of a tri  .single-are'equal to  two right angles. !":;_...._._ ,%< _.  Second  Lawyer���������That    isn -    very |  complicated:' |  ���������   - First- 'Lawyer���������No.   but   I   was   try-,j  "Jzig to think what a man could do if  ?&ef %ad  the  other  side of  the  case.  ���������SWINDLING  CANON   IS  PRISON  SENT   TO  -*TelJ*3 Tale of Attack by Bogus  Brio*  '    "     '*&rid't6 Hide His Crime  Rome.. ,��������� At the extraordinary  _ri'a'I:' o'f "Monbfgnore Appeudu, cauan  "_f Sassari Catliedral,' Sardinia, pend-  t-ig since August. 1910, has just terui-  .Jnated in the local assize court, in  Hho condemnation of that famous pul-  ^pitr orator to flfteen years' penal servitude.  Appeddu published a Btory accord-  ��������� Ing to which he and his valet, had been  "waylaid, hy. Ave brigands on the road  .'between jyattuda and Mamoiadu, - rob-  _ed of an enormous Bum   of   money,  !  buaten und abandoned half-dead. The  Skeya   of   his   residence,   he   narrated,  "���������arem also rielzed by tho handlts. anl  when tho police-proceeded to tho can-  ���������finry, tlioy found the place sacked from  Hop' to bottom.  No sooriijr ho,}vever, had a aearchlng  Suqiilry  bdgun ;than  Appeddu  tied -to  Corsica:   ������������������ Besldea bolng bankrupt tor  tJ-ttO^O, it waa,found that the canon  had -to-con foi* several years defrauding  baiiuw nml miriapproyriiiUng vast aums  , "Ci'OTu-.h'.n adnilrors, in order'to" bolster  ��������� up?r'ecl:.I.eBH speculations In the sug-ir  SndfiBtry, imd that  together with  his  v������l_t   ho  had   concocted   tho   brigand  outrage as a last desperate resource.  .'..,. ���������,., ���������:,,f   \   ��������� iWartHontho hands Ib a dlsfisuro-  'Tnent t!mt>troublo:j many lad leu.  Hol-  iScjv'ay'iH.-CoriL Cure will    remove'   tho  MbmlBlies without pain.  .''Herdmr little brothor came Into the  *. *btrtowlij(i-t' rhirkoned  room   when*   sat  ������������������?,*J-fa*Biat'?j*JWttli Mr. Jonea.  . ','ADo- you know what. I tiilnk, slsti":,  4_ear, ho anltcd sweetly.  '���������"ISro.fiald the  olfltor.    What is  it?  -ftWoliri-ald .the boy, I think if I wm-  '���������viol    in   Uu.   in..in   Mr.    Jon re;   would  -Jtfs you.'  "'''.'���������"jt.bu, -lnipyuli*nt.    boy,    K.ald     sinter,  ' HJeave tho,room Instantly.  tm ���������     ���������  -A.  Dsfe.-.3e  sacrr. litre  ago   it  was j  announced  that iu  con-!  tered political situation the necessity had arisen for laving before the reic_3'ag supplementary  army estin^a-ies.      The announcement  aroused     considerable       excitement,  which   the   L-uthorkies   attempted   to  allay   by  issuing a  statement to  the  effect that the grant, which the reich  stag -would be asked  to vote, was  to  be demoted only to strengthening the  aerial equipment of the army.  The Taegliche Rundschau declares  that the sum the war minister will  ask for in the supplementary estimate  is about 18,000,000 marks (nearly  $4,500,000). The journal hears further that of this sum it is proposed to  devote $2,500,000 to buying Zeppelin  cruisers, and the remainder to airships  of other approved types.  The military authorities justify  their demand in the first place by the  desire-to strengthen national defensive  forces, and in tho second place to provide German airship manufacturing  companies with the means of whien  they are In sore need to keep their  works going and up to date.  Doctor Snlf, secretary of state for  the colonies, spent considerable time  recently at the flying station. Johan-  niflthal, on the outskirts of Berlin, and  with his wife made a flight as passenger In a biplane. . He has participated in the deliberations of the committee to which is intrusted the administration of the national fund lately raised for the furtherance of aeronautics, and Is particularly Interested in  the question of insuring pilots. It  may he- assumed that tho secretary  also has in contemplation the employment of flying machines In the colonies.  uring on organising land-seekers**parlies for the'Naas Valley in early spring.  nw-xTP&T^M Pimm -V  Canadian hearing, and the people vf  Winnipeg and the Canadian "West aro  fortunate in having the chance to hear  them.  ������_������a  M  BABY'S OWN TABLETS i^^Es cured in b to -u days    I Youir druggist   will  refund   money  ft  \ PAZO  OINTMENT fails to  cure any  ; cas-e   of   Itching.   Blind.   Tiieedlng   or  Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days. 50c.  Baby's Own Tablets are the best  medicine a mother can use *o relieve  her little ones from constipation and  all other stomach and bowel troubles.  They act as a gentle laxative., are  pleasant to take and are absolutely  safe. Concerning them Mrs. Philippe St. Pierre, St. Perpetue, Que .  says: "My haby was badly constipated  and was cross all the time. Nothing  I gave her seemed to do any good till  I began Baby's Own Tablets, They  are the best medicine in the world  for little ones and quickly relieved mv  baby." The Tablets are sold by me 1-  Icine dealers or by mail at 25 cents  a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Broclcville. Ont  fell  sup-  Would Have Quoted it  Mrs.   Exe���������So- your    husband  asleep  in  church   last   night?   I  pose you woke him up?  Mrs. Wye���������Not. until after the sermon. There was a ldt in it about  woman's extravagance-���������nonsense, of  course. ,but I'm mightly, glad John  didn't hear it.  The management of the Panama  Pacific-International Exposition reports that grading for the ' Railway  Duildings and machinery hall is well  under way and is in fact now practically complete. Tho buildings and  Grounds Committee has let the contract for the grading of the entire; oii-ugn  Exposition site, alBo that for the Improvement of Fulton Basin which is  to be used as a yacht harbor.  Rurqlar Rescued by Police  Paris.���������A burglar while attempting to enter the railway booking office at Asnieres, France, through the  window, became tightly wedged in the  aperture and shouted for help to th������  police, who af'.cr pullim; him out b/  Lhe ears, took him to the lockup.  The ma*.i who frequently repeats  th"*- he will rever do a certtiin thing  will  invariably  do  it if  given  tims  Mlnard-  Liniment Cures  Distompar.  And many a woman Is so changeable  that she never wears the same complexion twice.  m  cusaas  i'i  f^ON'T let your horses  S^   run down during the  winter and Ret so soft that  they vrilllc-e flesh badly when '  you start 3-ot;r spring plowing.  If horses are not worked  regularly during the winter, t-ey need tho  BDlemi-ji ionic effects cf INTERNATIONAL  STOCK FOOD, to tone up  the  digestive  organs, enable them to get all the good out  of   their   feed,   prevent   the   blood' from  becoming overheated, and thus ward off disease.  ... ,. .    x     ,m.m.m.m.mm.m..m... _ I.-NG-AM,   SASK.,   Jail.   S6th.   1012.  "I have fed INTERNATIONA.I, STOCK FOOD for inany years. I always havo  a 25 pound pail standing in my barn. I bought a pair of three year old colts and they  were so worked down that my neighbors said I had been beat. When I boujrht lhe  ,colts, Uiey weighed S4"30 Ibn. I ^IoukIicu ij acres u:uv thev weighed 26,so--then I  harvested 163 acres and. thrc-iheJ and_iiaiiled one carload to town, 6t ' -    -  ..ic.a. acjaiu and they -wciijj-ied 2S50, and I said  ley s'a  to town, 6 miles, I weighed  .".-.Jil. 0'JW MC.A.lC 0|,AAAA������     ���������  Now, the Neighbors want to buy them but there's no chance". ~   J. O. REMPiSL. ���������'  For sale by dealers everywhere.   Our $*,,ooo.oo Stock Book���������sent free when ws  receive your name and address.      KNTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD CO. LIUITED. TORONTO,  1  Record Shipbuilding Year  London, England.���������The shipbuilding  returns for'tbe United Kingdom for  last year show a record in production.  The total output reached 2,125,832  tone, as compared with 2,042.92S~ tons  the previous year.  A deceitful chap is one *who pre-  teoidis that he likes to lcies a baby.  No Official Existence  Paris,. Prance'.���������"You cannot b������  married, mademoiselle, you do not exist," wrote the registrar of Lorlent*  Frances'to Mile. Kerguel. who annll<������r*l  for a civil marriage license, and  whose birth entry was found to have  teen omitted from the register.  Neil���������They say every man (has his  price.  Belle���������Well, mi_hty few . of them  are worth It.  Oldtimer-  ried life?  Newlywed (sighing)-  no political job.  The wise man bottles his wrath and  then proceeds to lose the bottle.  -And how do j*ou like ma.i>  -Woll���������er���������It's  Whole  Pillce f-erce of Island of Cor  sica   Upon  Their Track  Paris.���������Nearly    tho    entire    police  force on tho island of Corsica is engaged in the pursuit oe Tomasco Pao-  li, a notorious brigand, who for.many  years has  iorrorlz������-������d the Inhabitants.  Af'fii* the police hnd vainly senrcheil  for hlni ho and 11 number of his  followers   were -recently   trncked   to   :;  grotto near tho village of llorgo.  Tho  grotto wan ���������..���������urroumWl and Paoll call-  led upon to Hurri'iulor.  ;     1 m-toad   of   complying,  tbe  bandits |  J t'uvd from the grotto, which thoy had I  previously fortified, and killed a gon*  (in rate.  W'un  riiini'orcemonta iirr'.vod  from  Bonifacio It waa firm dooldeil to bombard the grotto, but owing to tho de-  lay in tlio arrival of nrllllory the po-  hoi; built a i"t������' tu the niuniiico, In tho  uup..: ol  .'.i':n/kh'ci <.!il   I'm- ri,-o|n-j'.uloi-^.  Crt-at  hundli-i; of fnircoui wero act  ahghu  and  iU'tiM"   waluiu'  a consldor-  ahlo    lime    tho    O'cnrtiirmea    dashod  through '.h*-" iio/ivy Rmol<o into tho cavf*  confident that thf, biiiiiiltH worn either  df'wl or un'H������nfictoun,    They found l.hu  I grotto empiy. thn hmiilllH huvlng es-  ' <���������-.'ipoil Through luKit.lHM* (iponlnit.  A. certain prosy preacher recently  gavo an endless discourse on the prophets. First ho dwelt at length on  the minor prophets. At. last ho finished and the congregation gave a  Bigh of relief. He took a Ion,;  breath and continued: Now I shall  proceed to the major prophets.  After the major prophets bad received moro than ample attention tho  congregation gavo another sigh of 1 >  lief.  Now that I havo finished with tho  minor prophets and the major prophoi*H  what about Jeremiah?     Where Ih Jeremiah's placo?  At this  point a tall man  arose in  llio back of the    church.      Jeroiniao  oan havo my place, ho said.-  I'm going homo.  ������������������ sr mm ��������������������� ���������.���������'���������llll inumninii inKtHI  lie was cashier in a woiit ond biml-  noHB house and his fortnight's holld 1/  had just ended. As ho onterod Iho  ollli'o on Monday morning his follow  tier Us rose to greet him, but he hold  up bis hand for silence and boforo anybody could Bay a word, ho distributed  among thom 11 number or noutly print-  imI Hill.' c.iuNlrt, reading lima:  Th-iik you!  Yos, I had a nplomllil tlmo.  Oh. walking, Hulling, golf    and    bo  forth.  Yon, had qulto a lot of rain.  Hard to tear myself awny? You hot.  1 ought to, I'm fooling 111. as 11 Ihldl-j.  And without, a word ho Htartod In .At  his regular work.  St    14U4A,    WI  IH      J..-I.-.,  timi    m.'.'.    :-'.; "I*-"���������*,.     "**    Tht     OnHrtu     M4.HI  \i Jluma"camaan',  Limits,    Toronto,  (M 'Cmmxam.  Rallwr.y Porter Mnglfitrnte  I/.mil.111 .       j'lii.y     (I.ijlu;.,     1. ij.j    Im    ii  luj-'gitgi! jiortirr on  Un.'    London    and  ;-:.4i.:.!i .*.<:..'sj.rn   It.'illw.'iy,  In  <-nn  of  th-*  imw   iii.-ii'.liitriiti'ii  for  Un-  r.lly  of  I'.M'-|  |j-r.        H������*   in   nbui   11   liii'inliDi'   of   tlio'  ������:lty council. ,  W'ltni*  woini'n   m:il'i' nn  (ffort   to um- I  Minimi   liy   iiiuiiuiiK  If a ill-nil  has any hoiiho at  nil 11,  -,].';'.v..   '.iji   I/ivfoj*c   h������  I'<*''r   (''''liij^d   01*  alitor ho In married.  ''���������til_ia&ai$ES^^  Inert   llii'lr   imb-p������  [ ilii-lr hiiiibantlu.  W.  N. U. CM  O111:    -a-Uo   lia;i   uotlilug   to   lu'-j"    !i:  ���������iivi-orully   wllllii';  to  lulio cluinceu.  mr nnniRi pnmiiCDC'-hdjiiii Pfl   I Til  MIL   UIIHII-    UIIUVVLIIU    UIIHIN   UU,,   Liu.  WINNIPEG,  CALGARY  exEcuTiva  T. A. Crnrar, 1Q. .T. l-ieorn, John Kuiuivily, WllliiAi.i Moff-t.  DIRECTORATE  MdnltooA���������T.   A.   Crorur     .lolin   iv<iiin������auy,    win.   uauiakl,   aa,   amoavoujaio.     <4uan.AtAv.iiun������������,���������v.,**.  1   ,....i...    y     a     %fn\,nrr.    v    w.   f������ri������������*n.   J.   Morrlaon.    Albert*���������10.   J.   Fream.  li ycu ccnHlBT* your uinin to ������������ it win ne iolhi-u miur 111 un, u.mi poamioi* manner.  OUR AIM  To bi't*������ir t;;-> toi.dltlon of tho farmer miiI ont out tht, uproad h������tw*������ii ih* prodno������r ���������n<S th*.  ronHiitniT. CKESTON    RKvJLEW. ' CRESTON.    B. u.  MANY MILES OF RAILSi  CANADA   HAS     30,000     MILES  RAILWAYS  OF  Transportation   Development   in  Can-  WAR   ON   HONORARY   TITLES  .  H.  Burnham, M.P.,.Wants a La������  EXPLORING THE NORTH  Against thenrj. iSTEFANSON DESCRIBES HIS TRIP  Ottawa.���������J.  H.   Burnham, member' TO THE NORTH  for West Peterboro, would abolish the  present system of conferring titles of  ada  Purina   Past    Twelve    Months'! honor.in Canada.     .He gave notice of  Shpws Remar-We Incr^  Act to Abolish-'Titles of    Honor    in  Shows a Record Gain Over all Pre-  : vious Years. ;?'��������� ���������?.. >���������'  Ottawa.���������-A summary of railway  otatlBtics for the year ending June 30.  1912? compiled by J. L. Payne, comptroller of statistics for the railways  and canals department,-tabled in the  commons, give3 many iliu<-iinat:ing  . fajc'ts'-as to the recent remarkable  transportation development of the Dominion  Canada.  Mr.  Burnham explained    his    proposal as'follows:? ''..?  This is a democratic country, and  knighthoods are contrary to the spirit  of democratic institutions. There?  should be no class distinctions. I  should not attempt in any way to interfere with the perogative of the  King.      If His   Majesty    wishes    to  During the twelve months covered j knight anyone, well and good, but 1  by, the report, 2,523 additional miles 'maintain-that. the'.Government shouid  of railway were put In operation, with  1,738 miles more reported ready for  operation, and ten thous-nu miles  under construction. All told.- the  railway mil-age of Canada is now over  30,000, exclusive of sidings, double  track, etc.  Eliminating government lines, the  total "capital of Canadian railways on  June 30 last, was 81,588.937,526. or  vfSO.SSO per mile. On tiiis capital investment dividends were paid la^t  year totalling 131,164,791, equalling  4.04 per cent, on the total stock ia-  sue.  The rapid growth in net earnings  MAN  OF FIFTY IS O.K.  j low for the producer, and there is no 'r)  i  .       place where they ai e too Iwgn for the  At That Age Ke is Not Even Growing   consumer.       Neither  do   we   betieve  for the j ������ _  HE SUNDAY SCHOOL'  -FIRST QUARTER FOR"  JAN. 26, 1913  Arctic  Explorer, who  Discovered  White  pskirnos,  Tells of  Result  His Trip to the Country  North  Edmonton���������rGrain Grows 1800 Miles  North of Alberta's Capital.  Grand Forks.���������V. Stefanson, the  arctic explorer and discoverer of the  white Eskimo, in a lecture at the University of North Dakota declared that  various varieties of potatoes and Several different grains are successfully  grown by the Eskimos 1,800 miles  north of Edmonton, Canada.  The discovery of this vegetation  made by Stefanson on his last Arctic  Old, One Scientist Assents j that they will    decline    much    from  LESSON IV..  Berlin���������"lhe      Man    of      Fifty," 1 Present level and    stay    down,    but  is tne subject of a b,nipo8AUKi in ui* .there Is a movement of supplies goiars  I - " * ....   J nn    TlrflTXT      anil    in    n.-AAcnortf    f.4    r.f\..'i *.,,! r..-.   .     . -  Gen.   Iv,  1-15���������  10���������Golden Text,  and in numerous instances is decided-   tuue or supply.      me primary move-       ��������� -*-������>" ,in,  io���������uonnmentary Prepar-  iy more useful ment .of wheat m the  United  Staffs       ed by Rev.  D. M. Stearns.  Professor Krause asserts that it <s | *������" continues on an unusually. large       Having seen in our last lesson the '  absurd  to  describe, a  man  ot 50   _s I scale Tor the time of year, although   entrance *of sin into  this world and  even  growing   old.    Ohiy   Inexcept-1 recent comparatively  low  prices can   the love of God'to sinners manifested .  ional oases, due to   .special    causes, i s^ceJy  "3 said to be acceptable io (in i-j-s Soai_ng and finding aud saving'  does he reveal ������������������decreased elasticity." , f,T_?"���������_'--..   . ^"f?,,united  States  vis- j j-]������s erring ones and reveaiiag-to them '  ��������� 2j-s pjan of redemption by the sli^dt-,  'ing of blued of an innocent substlv  tute, typifying tlie sacrifice to be offer*  ed in due time on Golgotha, even the,,  sacrifice of Himself, "the Lamb slaii\  from the foundation of the world*"  (Rev.   xiii,  8),  we now  s?e  in  Cain,  producers.  Professor' Krause .recommends  "sane I j������le supply continues to increase al  though it usually uscreases from abo-.-t  ���������Li,  sport    as tue  oest iu&aiiA_t;e agAAi.uii>  old.age for a man of 50.  ���������"Doc.or 'ucAjj.---.Ai  -.  .      -other "���������T>i"en  taxis tiiiie onward until the new  crop  again  moves in  volume.    Last wees  specialist, declares that a man of SO ;the visible increased 845,000 bushels,  is of highiy superior intellectual'! compared with a aecrease of 2,596,-  worth, and in account of his reliabil-1 000 busheis a year ago, and the aggre  year   ago.      For  not recommend anyone for honors ajid j trip, has 'been a big revelation as it J jty    siea,iineHii   experience    and'   ra- i:_ato is now -66,187,01  that'no honorary titles should attach j has been popularly supposed that \tft'e j t=0nal living, possesses countless ph>*- .1 63,879,000 bushels a  to specific positions.     A man who a;:-1 vegetation line wa3 far. south of there, j sicai   and   moral \dvantages   over   a j some  time   back   the  comparison  he-  cepts'"a knighthood very often is tied j     The lecturer spoke of    one    exper- ; younger nian '"������������������ jtweeai this year's United Slates visible  000 bushels against I and Abel  samples of all  disobedient  down, and not ablo to express opinions, whereas if he had no such 'decor  ation, he would be able to cut loose.  fence he Had where he was compelled |". prof Ar*hur Kampf president-'of'1 supply with that of last year, has not  to go over 400 miles to procure some i t1-e Roval Academy, claims that gre������t; been on a proper basis. A rear ago  matches. Tihe Canadian police on artists'of all times have done their?*���������"*-��������� Quantity, of Canadian wheat in  the border between the Dominion and best wor-,{  Alaska refused to sell him any match- ! go. Dr.  es because they said they believed | ^a'e _eriin  they were doing good by  preventing | Diame& th;  urban railways is the view of Mayor  J. W. Fleming of Brandon.    Applica-  may be gauged from the fact th?/, in j tion to  the  Provincial  legislature  S3  Advocates   Extensive   Interurban  System  Brandon, Man.���������That Brandon with . _ _ .   _    .      . ���������_. ���������   ������������������  _   the. co-operation-of neighboring muni !any man from entering that unexplor--. an commercial life for the increasing ! wheat was included in    both    years  cipalities could easily    organize    and   cd country.      As a result Mr. Stefan- 'prejudice'"'-against  men  of  50.   whica : figures tb<* comparison at the end ol  and obedient ? people���������the ungodly,  who listen to and follow tne devil^  and the godly, who believe ������nd obev  God. Our Lord Himself spoke' ol>  Abel as a righteous mau, whereas Cain  is  said  to  be  "of that wicks-d one.*  such"  - - - Of  finance an extensive system of inter- lsoa and his party travelled all summer ' manifests it3diTrn'the ruthless'casting i ls^t  week  would   be,   aggregate   this  )loyes who have reached a   yfarn 72,737,000   bushels   against   67,-  J907 dividends  totalled  only  $12,700,--  435./  "'  The generous measure of public  aid to railway construction in Canada  Is shown by the Yfact that the total  federal, provincial and municipal cash  aid now totals over $208,000,000.  while the land grants total over $56.-  000,000. Federal and provincial bond  guarantees_ aggregate $245,070,045, of  which the uominion's share Is $91,983,-  553. Alberta has pledged its credit  to the extent of $45,389,000; British  Columbia, $98,406,932; Saskatchewan,  $32,500,000; Manitoba, $20,899,660; and  Ontario $7,860,000.  Traffic shows a record gain during  tbe year. The number of passengers-  carried was 4i,I24,18i, an increase of  _,026,463 over 1911. The number of  tons of freight hauled was 89,444,331,  a gain of 9,560,049. The traffic increase Is reflected in the gross earnings which totalled $219,475,173, a betterment of $30,670,259, or a little o\ er  16 per cent. In ten years the gross  earnings of Canadian railways have  more than doubled;. ? Operating expenses last year amounted to $150,-  ,"736,540, or $19,691,494 more than in  1911. Net earnings were $68,677,213,  an increase of $10,987,504 over the  preceding year. Net earnings per  mile of line last year were $21,570, as  compared with $2,272 in 1911.  to a place where they could buy the /OUf.'of emplc  matches, and then they were compell-  to  give  vp  their  expedition  for the  wittier on account-of the cold.  This trip cost, the    explorer    over  $4,000 as well as much valuable time.  Mr.   Stefanson also proved  by his  expedition  that the  Mackenzie river  CRIME   fNCREASE   IN   WEST  R.N.-W.iVi.P.. Report to    Parliament  Shows Violence Prevalent  Ottawa.���������-The   report   of   Inspector  Jennings, commanding the Regina district of the. R. N. W. M. P,. incorporat- j  ied  In* the   departmental   report  sub '  contemplated for a rural radial street  car system extending to a majority of  the towns and villages within a radius of forty miles of Brandon, which  would practically become  the centre  of the system. This project would j Yg ^ne" of the" finest "streams"in"the  eventually make of Brandon the larg- ��������� world for naVigation. He travelled  est produce market in this section of I on this river for over 1.300 miles, even  the West, it is argued. /though he bad been, told that it was  In regard to a. public market for t navigable for any great distance.  Brandon Mayor Fxemmls: says: /'The Acc������>rding to the speaker, the sum-  effect of such an establishment wi I er j - n A tie ��������� , more fear-  be greater and of more benefit to each  and every citizen than results from  a great agricultural fair, fhe- scheme  properly worked out in Brandon? th*  centre of the wealthiest, the Bibst"  ���������prosperous, and populous fanning district in Western Canada, and having  the support of the .farming community, can only have one result, and that  is the saving in the cost of living lo  the urban population, and a great increase in the profits of the rural population. It is also pointed out that  the proposed plans as outlined would  produce heavy increases in the revenues of the city's street tailway system,  to say nothing of the resulting appr-t-  ciation in land values both within and  outside of Bra-ndon. The proposals  are regarded with very general favor.  certain age and the-r supercession bv  younger men.  ed than the-winter on account of the  mosquitoes. The thermometer goes  as high as 105 degrees above zero in  the summer and rarely fails lower  than fifty, degrees below in the winter.  Two  Killed   in a   Battle  Over  Opium  . Law  Shanghai.���������Two persons were killed and many wounded as a result of a  pitched battle over the attempts to  suppress-the opium traffic. Officials of  the Shanghai and neighboring districts  were patrolling with a military escort  for the purpose of enforcing the order of prohibition against, the cultivation of opium, when they were set  upon by a'thousand armed supporters  of the opium traffic- A fight ensued'-  in which both sides fired several volleys.  Two More Foundries for Moose Jaw  Moose Jaw, Sask.���������Prom present indications the year 1913 will see more  industries established in Moose Jav  than during any prevvious year in  the history of the city.      Among the  most notable of the new concerns will  be the Moose Jaw Engineering Works  Ltd., capitalized at $300,000 and manufacturing gasoline engines and acces-  lseries.      It is understood thai Moos**  mltted by Premier Borden shows that \ *������������������ h^Srter^&t^seJeS  ilur'ng the year ending September 30 n estfr.n nev.aquarters alter several  1912,P   3.811        cases      fi__      ^ J gears'mvestigation and upon the bas-  573,000 bushels last year. The world's  shipanenCs of last week were 9,696,-  999 bushels .against 7,584,009 last year  amd the quantity on oeean passage increased 96,000 bushels against a decrease of .912,000 bushels last year? the  aggregate, on passage now being 26,-  792,000 bushels against 27,776,000  bushels last year. The European visible supply increased last week  2,814,000 bushels against an increase  of 400,000 bushels a year ago, but the  aggregate is s'till considerably below  a year ago, this year 76,686,000 bushels, last year 85,700,000 bushels. The  world's visible supply however on  January 1st, stood at 247,099,000  bushels against 243,399,000 bushels.on  January 1st, 1912, being the largest  world's visible in eight years. The  Argentine has begun to ship its new  crop and last week the quantity exported was 1,440,000 bushels against  only 16,000 bushels a year ago. Last  year owing to wet weather in January  delaying threshing, the Argentine crop  did not move in volume till the third  ^.^������������������i?S-���������'"-J_l^^  cases  dealt with in the district and 3,741  convictions obtained, as against :������.-  745 cases entered and 2,403 convictions obtained in 1911. At the tim.������  of the compilation of the 1912 report  72 cases awaited trial.  ���������The increase in the number ;f  cases in 1912 as compared with 1911,  Inspector 'Jennings points out, was  nearly sixty per cent., and the increase in the number of convictions  fifty-six per cent.  There is, the report continues, a  very noticeable increase in the. number of crimes of violence and offences  against the person. This is, I think,  attributable to a large extent to th_  large floating population, some a  most undesirable class in the coui-  try, and to the great number of foreigners'in our midst- A very larcn  number of these crimes, the Inspector  further says, are due dlrectlv or indirectly to liquor or drugs  is of a wide acquaintance with the entire Western territory. With the exception of one small plant now in operation, the managers state that they  will have the field practically to themselves. Work on the new shops will  commence at a very early date, and  the plant when completed wiii employ 250  skilled  mechanics.  The Metal Specialties Company,  Ltd., capitalized at $500,000, is another of the important concerns about  to establish Western headquarters in  Moose Jaw. ,C. L. Ackerson, tho  head of the new enterprise, is an  American hailing from Rochester.  N.Y., where he has had a long and  successful experience as a manufacturer of radiators, chandeliers, valvss  and machyievy fillings. Mr. Acker-  son was led to locate in Moose Jaw  mainly on the showing being made  oy the building trades in this section  of tho West.  eithei- of Cain or Abel.    The devil is  very religious  and will  tolerate  and .  encourage every' kind of religion thai;  does not stand upon the great atone, ���������*  ment, the precious blood of the substU  tute, the Lamb of God.  Ii is impossible.; to know God or us  approach Him or to worship Him ex-.'  cept through Jesus Christ, even as He  said: No man cometh unto the Father'  but by me; 'i.lnd again: Neither know-  eth any man the.Father save the Son  and he to whomsoever the Son will l  reveal Him (John xiv, 6; Matt. xi. 27).  All religions are either a worship of-  dembus oi* of God, according to Deut.  xxxii, 17;  J Cor. x, 20, and it is certainly startling to think that they are  worshiping- God, while in truth It is  the way of Cain, because Jesus is not  accepted  as.God. and  God's   wav of  salvation is ignored.    The only "way '  of appi^oh to God is plainly taught -  in. Qen.'iii-'���������_*���������   ������pt^*-^ *��������� i..-* ���������������-���������!,.���������������  lesson. , iBptli Cain and Abel and all  the biber children and grandchildren  of Adam and Eve knew the wav for  Adam would not fail to teach them,  but some, like Abel, accepted God's  way, while; others, like Cain, listened  to the adversary and rejected the sac-  CHILDREN OF FAMOUS INVENTOR  The marriage ol Sigtior Guglielmo i wireless telegraphy has been so much  ��������� -     - ���������   ��������� ���������        discussed of late, was born at Bolog  na on April 25, 1874. His mother  was an Irishwoman. The Hon. Mrs.  Marconi, who is a. half sister ol the  present Lord lucciquiu, was born In  1882.  Marconi and Hon. Beatrice O'Brien  the daughter of the fourteenth tearon  Inchiquin, took place in 1905. Two  children have been- born of the wadding, a bey fc.nd s. sirL Signor Marconi 'himself, whose famous system of  DUCHESS IS IMPROVING  Her Royal Highness Now Able to  Take Nourishment  Montreal.��������� Continued satisfactory  ���������progress toward recovery, was the  e'ubfltnnoo of the official bulletin ir-  uued regarding the condition of Hor  Royal Highness the Duchess of Coii-  naught. The patient is now able to  talco regular nourishment and while  che is still suffering from a cold, it  Is not causing serious apprehension.  The bulletin issued reads:  Her Royal Highness the Duchess of  Connaught contlnucTS to make satisfactory progress towards recovery,  although tho cold from which she is  suffering is Btlll troublesome. Ht*r  tempenvturo is normal and she \������  .sleeping bettor.  BOOM IN NAVAL RECRUITING  Increased Pay In Navy Attracts Thou-  Hands of Men  -london.��������� An a result of the pollnv  Introduced by tho Flrwt Lord of tho  Admiralty, Right Hon. Winston  Churchill, giving increased pay to the  British bluojaekots, thoro is a mane-  ed boom in naval recruiting at Portsmouth and other stutioiiB.  Tho number of men offorlng thom-  aolvoa for caiUutmont Ib enormous and  tlio boom la coneidered to bo tho fruit  of the crop bowh by tho Flrat Lord in  lilvhifi iucrau:_d wugoa and improved  conditions to British Bailors in tho  country's sorvlco.  Another Pillar Box Outn*o������  Ijondon, England. ������������������ About HO lot-  tera woro damaged,, rooontly In  a pillar box at Drownhlll road, Cav  torsi, by soma blar.lt fluid from a rubber tube in an envelope, on which  ���������wn*i written: We domand the vote '  jpoucomen woro muiralng pillar boxofi  In Mnnchnater to prevent anticipated  outr-Koti.  C.P.R. Ogden Shops at Calgary  Calgary, Alta.���������Work on the Canad  ian Pacific "Ogden" locomotive ana  tar shops is so fur advanced thai, it  is officially announced the opening fc;r  active operations will be on February  lirst.       At the commencement three  or four hundred men will br> employed,  Increasing In numbers as the plant,  is completed until the full 5000 hands  are engaged. Attention will he given  to the repair work originating on the  mountain division and a part of the  prairie division.  , By a vote of oight to four tho city  council passed a resolution Booking  legislation for the removal of the remaining assessment of 25 por cont. of  valuation ot buildings and Improve-  monts pn which rates wero levied last.  year. This ia in* line with the slnglo  tax principle to which tho majority  ot tho now city council ia pledged.  Slnco tho burning of tho Burnn  packing plant a tow days Ufjo, renew-  ed Interest la being taken In tho earliest possible oxtonslon of Calgary's  water mipply not only for purponcB of  firo protection, hut for hounobold nnd  Mnduotrlnl uses. It appoara that with  an cxpemMturo or about $25,000 au In-  croaoo of. about 50 por cont, ovor tho  city's present supply could readily bo  obtained.  Wireless Scheme for Canadian North,  Ottawa.���������A proposal to' establish a  series of wireless stations from Athabasca Landing up the Mackenzie river  to Herschel Island, and fromjhere to  Rampart House, in the Yukon*was discussed at a conference which was held  between Dr. Thompson, M.P., for the  Yukon, Bishop Stringer, of the Yukon  and Dr. King, director of the astronomical department.  The feasibility of'the scheme, cost,  etc., was fully discussed and.tlio plan  will be laid before the government  very shortly. It is felt that the establishment of a chain of such stations would groatly aid in the securing  of scientific data of ihe far north and ,  in i.he opening up of the country/      j  lt would also������,be of groat as-slB'-unee .  to the Royal Northwest Mounted Po- \  lice  and  "would" help   to   prevent  the  lecurrence of uuch a tragedy as the  death of Fitzgerald with    his   three  comrades.  Tho statement would also bo of considerable value to tho meteorological  department, as It wonld give tho weather niiin a far wider llelij from which  ii mako forecn.fi-a, and put him in  touch with a now almost unknown  territory. A somewhat similar plan  was worked out last year by C. <_.  Magrath, ox-M.P., ot the waterways*  oommiaslon, but was not put Into effect.  THE MARKET REPORT  Weekly Grain Letter Supplied by  Thompson, Son.-. & Co., Grain Merchants, Winnipeg.  Winnipeg. Jan. 14.���������The stronger  tendency to prices in the wheat markets has continued    during    the    past  country is -being favorea with a  good spell of fine weather and harvest,  threshing and _iovei_ent has proceeded-apace. .Besides this the; crop is  of fine quality and condition and the  yield is liberal. Broomball's agent  in the Argentine 'now estimates the  surplus. available for export at 144,-  000,000 bushels against 100,586,000  bushels actually exported during 1912?  There is very little to say about growing crops this week. The . United  States winter wheat has all the moisture it needs at present and .is mcyst--  ly -protected by a light**lo medium snow  cover and weather has not been very  cold .In Europe in the aggregate  the winter wheat crops are in average -condition, and if any change, are  somewhat improved on the week; In  India rain is needed im some parts, although crop is not yet really suffering. ' .?- .-..-....."������������������'.  In our Winnipeg market trade is  moderately active. Receipts of wheat  are smaller than they were previous  to last week, but ane still comparatively large for'the ffina of year, and in  face of a few days of severe weather.  So far the winter has bec*n  free from storms and the snowfall  has been moderate so that traffic has  not been greatly hindered. Stocks  at Fort William and Port Arthur are  increasing liberally. Today's cash  prices are 1 Nor.. 83%c; 2 Nor.,  80%c; 3 Nor., 77%c; No. 4 wheat,  72%c; No. 5, 67c; No? 6, 61c. Feed,  51%c;. No. 1 Alberta Red Winter.  84%c;  2 A.R., 81%c;  3 A.R., 78V,c;  m.T - . .      A1--.A     J-,. J _     ���������.1���������A ���������.1. - - A     4_     ���������A     ���������������.  j hi 11.,-)   i.iitt'i.   >,i|io   wi'iiut-.-r   wniera.1.  ia ctA   jhc-  sent lc.  above spring Avhoat prices.  Tough wheat is   7c    under   straight  week and has resulted in a gradual |���������- ������--������ ^ "^^^  COLONIAL NAVY    CONFERENCE  Polioned oy Their Own Cooking  Munich.���������-About    thirty-three    girl  puputt oi Uie iviunicii Municipal Train-  *    ...      4��������� ���������*'**    **    .   t    ..,    0*0    .. S     *     *, /**!    ,H       -*   *-   ������H       A,       ..     -      ,       ., -        A.     .*  VI,**** *���������* ���������*"> * ^ ������^, W ������   W   *. N_-   ** ���������   >-   *J*<^ ^   J| W W\****AJ**Aj������ M   _���������*    '  toufdy 111  after  partaking of a trial  stow* of their own i������rot,aiwtlou.  Cial mo $1,000,000 for Loss of Husband  In  Titanic  Wreck  Now York.���������A flood of potltlf.no for  .''nryio'^oci    ll'ti'mif^h     tlio       InuAi        of       +1)4. I  Htoamor Titanic, lllod rooontly inoliui-  (������������������il one from Mi*h. Irene Walhich llui"-  rlH, who claims $1,000,000 for tho loi>-.  of lub* hushuud, Honry n. IlarrlH, tlu*-  theatrical manager. This Ih Uio hoiiv-  lost of 279 claims no far filed. Mr*,  May Futrollc, of Bcltuatc, Maaa., a^kn  $300,000 coiiipunaatloii for tho Iohb of  her hunband, Jacquen Futrolic, au  author. Tho clalih or MrB. Lily TI,  Mlllnt, widow nf Fninc.lH D. Mlllol,  the ar-Uf.1,, a Tilunlis victim lu $100,-  ! 000.  TTnllcil RUitcn .fudge Hand extend <d  tho tlmo for filing potltlono on claim-i  to Fob.   11.    Tlie  claim*)-  amount  to  neprescntatlvcc of Dominions to  Meet at Vancouver  Tjondon.���������RoproHoniuMves of tho  Iiupoilal Govoniuiont, Autitralla, Canada and Now Zealand will moot at  Vancouver, probably ln May, In connection with the* Imperial naval defence Bays tho Sydney I'orrcapoudent  of the Mall. Ho addn that Um agenda will Include dlocuDQlon on the no-  coB,s|ty or co-operation botwoen Au������������.  tralia and Now Zonliind for tlio pro-  toctlon ot common Intercut, tho deslr-  . \ 111...     .0     lr..l^f     ^,/������ll^������     l.,-.t.,.nrvn     f.,t..  ..........      ...     j......    ada, Australia and Now '/nnhmd regarding tho Pacific nnd the relation of  local unitn to Uio Imperial navy in  tho tlmo of poaco and war.  Solemn Duty Ended  New York.--Captain Groa/orcx and  othor   olHcoHi   of   tho   Tbllltdi   uriiltiiAr  Natal, which brought, homo tho body  of Whltelaw Held, ambanaatlor to  Qrcat Britain, were entertalnoit rjt.  luncheon by the Pllgrlmn or tho United  Mintes. .loaepb Clinuln wiih lonM-  i aater.    Tho gathering Included many  .ion notablo In  the army and nnw  moro than $10,000,000. but the WhlL* | Sir  Hrnoflt  Shncklaton,    Robert    K.  WUir  Hint  tmiiii'iuiM   linn lta   liaumty i ruary, ���������.���������aiuuucci ..a. ���������-,'������������������..""���������.... . iihuiv-iu.a-,   im  ,....,,...    it.,    tT.,i.���������i     r.4..���������,     ..���������,.,..     .     In,,.i...  r������     ,.,.,���������..    ,���������i,i������������������  rt������  nT,'|i>l.nn������ l.n^^.i..    ...   i  advance in face of a good deal that is  bearish in the world's wheat situation.  Today prices in the United State's  maikets have closed at l%c. to 2Vie.  ,-ibove closing prices of a week ago,  und in our Winnipeg market January  delivery shows an advance of 2c. aad  May and July l%c^ over tho close  this day week. There has been no  special development in any direction  appertaining to the whoait trade, to  cause markets to continue the advance  which bos now nm for five weeks, except a more or less generally moderate  bullish sentiment, current among the  majority of traders in tlio speculative  markets. Nevertheless this stronger feeling Iuib not worked into anything aggressive; no large or important trading manifests itself, but tho  market, has been carried along mainly by the operations ol* the numerous  amnllor traders. In tills they have  bvon mait/eirluliy assisted by tho  healthy cash demand for whoat and  flour, which although not nearly bo  large as It. was a fow weeks,a-go Is  still of a vory encouraging volume for  thin time or ytxir. Probably the advance Ib the natural reaction from a  decline that had carried prices beyond  the extreme low point warranted by  tho goneral situation and Its futuro  pottsIblllUoB, the Bwlnging back of the  markot pendulum nn It were. From  the low point of five weoka ago there  has boon nm advance of Co. to B'^c.  In prices, and a good many trudoro aro  beginning to look upon this as enough  for the preai'iif. Ono of the main  fnetorn In giving ������t.ronRtli to wheat for  Mm liml- iMirne TY*'"imh������ hns benn tbe  political situation in Kuropo, and thin  litlll contlnucB. There can ho little  doubt that had. It not been for the  Balkan war, wheat would havo boon  an a somewhat- lower price level than  It la. Tho uncertainty ntill involved  In tho war situation kcopa tho wheat  market In umiortalnly .ind If u dofin-  Ite. peace -"ottleinent wan made nt  onco, this prop to the market would  bo taken nway, .*uid condltlona of actual nupply and demand and tho pro������i-  poct of thin yerir'ii cropii nn relating  fo future Hiipply, would praciitniiiy he  tho only fao-lora ln governing prices.  Srtfth*!g anlde tbo war Influence the  foatnrofl of the wheat situation for the  May, 88%c; July, 89*_c.  Oats���������  The demand for oats continues good  at a shade higher prices in. face of  liberal receipts. Today's cash pricey  in the C.N.R. and G.T.P. houses are  No. 2 Can. West, 31'4c; 3 C.W.,  28%c; Ex. 1 feed. 29%c; 1 feed.  28y_t!, 2 feed, 26V&C In C.P.R.  houses lc. to IVzc. extra. Futures  closed May 35%c; J"ly, 36i_c.  Barley���������  The dcuia/nd for    barley    has    Improved and prices aro 2c.  up.      No,  3, 47c; No. 4, 43c. Rejected, 40c, feel.  39c.  Flax���������  The flax market is doling a Utt'.e  bettor and trade Is fairly active. Today's cash prices are No. 1 Nor  West. Can., lOCc; 2 Can. West.,  103%c; 3 Can. Wont. 87i_c. Fnluros  closed January 106%c;  May. 112%c,.  All prices quoted abovo aro based  on delivery ln storo Fort William and  Port Arthur.  The Duke's Vlalt Hnmo  London.���������Jt Ib stated here that the  Duke of Connaught will probably  come, to London for a abort visit, during the early Bummer. He is understood to bo desirous of being present  at the formal dedication of the Henry  VII. Chapel in Westminster Abbey aa  the home of tho Knights of lhe Bath,  of which Order ho is Grand Master.  Tho Duchess und Princess Patriciate  expected to accompany him and to  romoiln In town during tho Boason.  Promlnnnt CanudliuiH In London nre  ui-giug that a iiioiuonio of the Duke ot  Connnught'fl vloeroynlt.y nhould he  placed In the Parliament Bulldlnga'at  Ottawa. No doflnlto schomo hat*  boon advanced but opinion favors a  representation In marblo of the Dulrn  and DuehenB, or their portraits In oil,  the work In either cafe to be executed by a Canadian.  God. Cain and Abel are used as illustrations of all the rest. The Pharisee and publican''of Luke xviii, 10-14  show the same contrast. Ail who  think that they are good enough and  moral and honest and good citizens  and not sinners, like some others, and  go about to establish their own righteousness and will not submit to the  righteousness of God (Rom x, 3) are  on the line of Cain.  '���������' Those who confess their sins and  plead: fGr mercy because of redemption are sure to get it. The presence  of the Lord was manifest in the flaming sword at the east of the garden of  Eden. There, or as near as possible  to it, these brothers came, like others,  to worship trod. Abel came ih God's  appointed way with the sacrifice for  sin, for "it is the blood that maketh  an atonement" and "without shedding  of blood is no remission" (Lev. xvii,  11; Heb. ix, 22). Cain brought a  more beautiful offering than Abel, but;  there was no sacrifice for sin, no shed*  ding of? blood, no submission or obed-.  iene.e to God. The one was accepted^  tho other rejected but ho-���������" could the"-  '-'\11'>     ' \ f.     -..,.-,      r.r.f.mr.1.      XX. f.      ��������� S...I-* A.... A-  .V.A. .      .AA.O       ���������Y ^      OA.'������,i ^,U      A44^l      AJV.1 A A4 A.1A1 C9      t\X  see how God accepted sacrifice we  learn fiom Lev. ix, 24; Judg. vi, 21;  1 Kings xviiJ, 38; 11 Chron. vii, 1;  .that His method was to send fire from  heaven to consume the offering.  As we see these two1 men and~thel_  offerings in the presence of the  flaming sword we must conclude tha%,  the fire touched Abel's offering and'  consumed it. while Cain's offering vt*.  mained untouched. The sword of di-  vine justice demanding a sacrifice for  sin is no doubt referred to in Zech.  xiii, 7, illustrated in Abraham with tho  fire and the knife, and In the four potu  sages -just referred to, and fulfilled on  Golgotha.  In the Lord's word to Cain in verse  7 the words "Sin lieth at the door"  arc by Young .translated ','A sin offer-,  ing is crouching." Ho could'easily  ���������have obtained a lamb for an efforing,  but that would have been an aoknowY  ledgment that his younger brother  wub right, und hia pride and .hla rebellious heart would not suffer blm so to  do. See blm by his lie to God in  verso 9 still further confessing him-  solf a child of the devil, the father of  lies (John viii, 44). By his further  word "Am I my brother's Icoepor?" he  repreaontfl all who caro not for tho  welfare .of others, hut selfishly aeeH  only their own.  In Ex. xll, 4, onr neighbor \ri the  one with whom we oan share the lamb;,  ln tho good Samaritan story lt is the  one in difttroHS of any kind whom wo  may help. Note ln verso 10 how tho  volco of hla brother's blood cried tin-  lo* ihe Lord, und what Bhuli ho aani  of the blood Bhed on Golgotha, which  Ib ever crying lu aalvatlon for tlioaa  who hear, but In vengoanco for those  who ***'fnH<*Y (It ThoHM. 1, 7, ������). May  the two fjucstlonB of Gen. Ill, 0; iv, 9;  hold uo In the power of tho Holy  Spirit. "Where art thou?" "Where  Ib thy brother?" Tho only way lu  which Cain could go out from the pre.  nence of tlio Lord (vcroc 1*0) was hy  flolng nway from tho place of Hin  manlfoHled presence in tho garden ot  Eden.  Ijondon.���������The Vicar of Westorhain.  Wolfe's birthplace has received a  communication from Paris stating that.  a copy of limy'H I'-hkv Iiuh lotiR boon  Manitoba's   Crop   Breaks   Record  Winnipeg.���������Tho report of the provincial department ot agriculture,, for  the flHoal year ending Novombor 30,  1012, rcforn to the fact that the grain  crop exceoda that of any previous  your, ui������' aggregate bolng ovor twenty  two million buHheln moro than that of  laot year, which was a rochrd crop.  Th* crou tirUlleil 1������2.377.4il4 bush*  els.  While uomo of tho whoat In tho  eiiHiurn   pari  ol   iho  provim'p  wan  r������-  UIIAUIl     Uh     .1      WIIUH1  .1 f\f.l t* f.,11..     I^A.1.1.  IchiB than $100,000 tho value of recov-! Bob."  *������rod records and pannage monoy. . eemt.  She was tho only woman pro-  Wo would like to nee prices advance  furthor, Ut*ey :irc ln inauy i,la������*._������ iix������  In the poHnnuHlon of W. N, Colling I dueed Ingiaiki by the unfavorable bar  bearing mi limerlptlon showing that It j voi-t weather, the othor portlonn of  originally belonged to General Wolfe, hho province produced above an aver-  j.iu>, uibt-uvci v/ m iiiipoi-iHitL uu u'luuug |u*j,e  MiintpK'. jii   xviit.    una    kiuiii  4..    0..f.mmmm.     *\. .    4������...4T^t     .. 0   f* ���������.. ..*. ^ 1    tl'-**-.    I  ...I.  . ... ...       ....      ,,...,.  ���������     ..I.*.*     .0    ���������f\    m    *,...,.  reciting tho Elegy whllo drifting down |<d������ por'acrp u������"compared' Villi an xv-  Uio  SI.   Luwi''m:������. * J uruuvi* o������ 18.29 a >t*ar a������:o.  NMMMUNQl  mmmmmmmmmmmi  __���������  ���������HUH  -___  llt_  mmmmmmmmam  _________������  m maaamaaammaaaamiiummui  ���������___  -iliiirt-JSwilrt-  __H  MUBBBBBt  im Wtv  'iM-  '���������'-���������>#������  am.  %U:  i? m  THE    CEESTOK    REVIEW,    GRESTON,    B. C,  pM tew Sw  1  !__  Notice  m?>3 K- '������_/  __s___-:"._:-i---r^^  On and  after January first  1913   we  offer  five ��������� percnet   discount 00 all cas  purchases and four per cent on all montr.  iv accounts paid before the  following month,  a  tik  ������_?'*f  *Y>  .XT')*)   /-*  V-������������������ ������  _  MMW-f-J|M*A.-^ti-������W-8l!fi-H������mr  u      0:  Church  Notices  iLw'iun.ilW imw rrn>in������Ti ���������*������*-���������j3o������a*������aH.^A.^M*u"J���������*-���������������.*'���������.  ~r*i-W~'*"T>������ri -' -��������� r*>T-if*~to-  -BILLIARDS AND POOL, HOT OR COLD  BATHS, CIGARS, CIGARETTES AMD  CON EECT 3 ON S. R AZO RS     G RO U N D  AND SE.5\  &V< i  r-Mgorajs-y*?  -.  ���������~tyT������ J"PJj*l"f r"Ti mm<rmmr*r~riL^3r<a*W--r*B!r r_ir,j������wr"*ie������E������* (ft, _SBOM>."i4'rJi������"S-������**au- ***.*>-10  l- *   -1 ^r^y-p*  taxwrew   i���������1.. hi���������  in  -METHODIST OHl-UCH  Sci\ icos will In.' lu'Ul every Sunday as  fi.li'.nvs:  M..'tniui*;         - -          II:00a. in.  Kv.niiiij-:   -         - -       7:80 p. m.  Sabbath St.-hool 2:20 p.m.  "i on  ."iiv  wi'lctinu.' to   tarry with us  -tr>.,.. i r     4-,��������� .... ���������,a.���������.  i-iOvi   i..  v IIIpcilcci  Pastor  During tbe past year, the property of  the Urestou Power, Light and'Telephone Co., has been subjected to much  wanton destruction by the boys, and  other persons of the district,  j The guy wires on several of the poles  about town arc used as clinibiug ropes  aud swings, to the detriment of overhead wires aud tho telephone service  generally. Hundreds of insulators have  been broken by stone throwing,, and in  ou-jvi ig distric ���������?, the telopbo ie wire  has boeu cut down, and stolen.  The damage generally to onr property  the past twelve mouths, is ea'-knatt'd at,  $700, to say nothing of the interruption  of service, and tin* coiii-'cquout loss to  subscribers. Wo ttiko this opportunity  of warning all per-nnm couoerned that  the law will btv takou every advantage  of, to protect ourselves and our subscribers from tho damage and trouble, that  has been experienced in tho past,  Tbo Oreston Power, JLigbt &  Telephone Co., Ltd.  per R. Siuclair Smith  _-_S  Fine Essgrsvissg   in  S������pi& ������f if is������ kBor^mn  ^ir^iiSSSS^>^^Sa^S^i^S^SSm^&  ^-T-r*^".'": -���������* ���������-���������*'5 ."-i*'.-"^ss!t\ir^.  _j  (**f      Ma^?-*&^    fyjg       ^������.1&r rM^m* .Jftm'.  mm w ������������   ..mm mm    .'.mm * Jk.w X0    X C..m01. m . .X... .     ......    ......  you.   Under its influence Has br-i-i ������������>..������&;:  ���������'J_. is.  M.  and fakirs rob you of y_ir isard ear^ii ^-~~;j.  cf* no ijamzs us^d v._r::c-w _��������� written consent  THREATE^SD V,TiTH PARALYSIS  ~6tcr E. S*::niniorc ro���������.ccs his o^t*er{ci-.Cw*  ,cu ;u-.-i *.":ii!ve R ir.atj  Cz  . . ti.  -   :r'.::ir-~. so V.'.mt  sill  PR ESB YTERI AN    CHURCH  Service  every  Sunday   at   11  a. in.  and 7:;>U p. in.  Sabbath Seliool at 2::W [). in.  Adult   Bible  Class at close of evening service.  W. G. Blake  Minister  fingers woro sh_i:v, evos *bl-.mrcd. i~-r   ^������������������ffkStm  "Cununsss in    v-ti:-Z~���������*'  .-4    "SB- I"-10 looked at rco *jucs;.9<.l my  socre^;  \J^r~?r-a <T5-        *iSI  _-5^ ____  __. ..   9       loose, memory poor, e-c.   Nunu-.isss i:i   ^ti'.'^^^X       I  ^\     . the finders set taaiscl tha &x.t n- tcM rua     \%< I  Be feared paralysis.   I took ail kinds cl      S^*>���������.   .- >���������  mediciacs   aad   tried   in^ny Crst-class   j^^^S3-"  . physicians, -wore tin e'.ectrii bo'ti'or three (&& v^ar<^-   s^;*-- >\  Kionths,   but   received ii;tIo touefit.   I!Sa ^>^  *<.-'    /������,  -SPSRS TntATMEWT   wi'-s induced to consr.lt E*rs. K-":;r;odj* &      .,���������, ___,_���������_���������_  doctors. I.ikoadro-miin^ir.r.n I conrnccccd tha *-.r.v.* Mr:Tnor> Thsatjies-t and ifc  saved my life. The improvcrriont -was liho ma^-'c���������I co**.i i fee', the v'^or coia;? thmuph  the nerves. I was cured meutally and physically, ibive seat Uicm waay patients  and continue to do so.  CUKES (SUAE-ANTE_D O^ UO PAY  We treat and euro VARICOSE VEINS, NERVOUS T^IUTY, BLOOD AND  URINARY COMP-A���������MTS; KIDNEY AJa]T> ni-APPER DISEASES i_id ������il Diseases  peculiar to Man.  CONSULTATION FREE. BOOKS FR2S. If unable to call -write for a. Question  Blank for Home Troixtment,  ii?_A_7 Iff-    l^4^X^|!5\ai&S8^!-i_?_-  Land Notice  CSC_!fr.  !e*\__s_-i!__av t_ ���������*^_<>-AU'x___sa'^a^___  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswc!d St., Detroit, Mich.  All letters from Canada must be addressed  to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  MBgwii*-*-;w^ai____*i inent iu Windsor, Ont. If you desire to  aee us peraonally call nt our Medical Institute in Detroit as vre sec and treat  no patients in our Windsor offices -which are for Correspondence aud  I/aboratory for Canadian business only. Address all letters as follows:  DIRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Ont.  LWrito for our private nddicaa.  -_-_-_!_-__2?*H_W  Comprising 125 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.  Nelson L-ind DisM*ict.    District of West  Kootenay  Tr������ke no tics   tbat  Levi   Bent  of  the  c i y of Cranbrook, occupation a laborer,  i"*iviids to apply for permission to pur-  ; chnse the following described lands:���������  j     C-iimnenciug at a post planted 30 feet  ; distant iu a Westerly direction from the  ' North  We-?t "ost- of   _Ls.nu������rio _   Lc**.  j f hence North 20 chains; thence West  20   chains;  thence South   20   chains;  ��������� hence East, 20 chains containing forty  acres ui.ro or less.  Levi Bent,  Applicant.  Dated October 1, 1912.  $io Reward  vers  "WmmmVjFS] MmWWESmJYiSE^t,"  1*3 very one wants a picture.of the members of the Government of  C-iunda. The ''News-Advertiser" has had prepared for the exclusive  use of its-readers in this proviuca a large engraved plate of Rt. ?Hon  R. Ii, Balden and his Ministers.  -The tirimp is redrawn from the latest photographs of the eighteen  ���������Miui.sfrrs, who coin pose tho advisers of Hia Jttoynl Highness the Governor-Genera I. I is printed in sopia on heavy board ready for fronaing  and will be of the groateBt eduoatioual value in the home, the schoo  and lhe library,  Tbe Piitne Minister, HON, R.L,BORDEN, occupies a central posi-  ti'������n, nud is ohovvn standing at the head of the Council Table. Seated  about, him are hia colleaguog.  Dimly iii the background the features of Sir John Macdonald look  down on hia successors.  The above reward will be given for  the return of 1 white steer, \% years  ���������>ld and 1 white heifer, \}ti. ������yearr> old.  Both aii white except er*rs which are  red inside.    Victor Carr.  Different From Others.  "I don't like uim lie doesn't know  inj thing."  "Well, you see, be knows it. aud that  iuakes him bearable."  Awful Drinker.  The motor's feed of oats ls short,  Baled hay Is no delight'.  But do not thin:< from that, old sport.  It lias no appetite.  PERT PARAGRAPHS.  Only a great mind can feel charity  for those wbo dou't appreciate its  worth.  We forgive our friends their success  as iong as we feel that we can beat  tbem at the game- '  A woman's objection to tobacco  smoke depends less on the brand of tobacco than on the brand of man.  The greatesL foe io contentment that  a man can have is an ambitious wife.  We are all willing to battle for the  right. Tbe trouble is that right seems  to be a'l things to all people.  Some people nre like some books���������  the best thing about them is the binding.  How to Obtain the Picture  This line engraving, of which a limitod number have been prepared, will bo sent  FREE OP CHARGE'  to now subscribers, or to old subscribers, whoreuew their subscriptions  for ono year ($3 00.,  For out of town subscribers the picture will be tubed and po&tnge  prepaid.  Non-subscribers may obtain copies on payment   of   B0  cents,   If  mailnd, ten cents extra for tubing and postage.  Applications and remittances (cash must accompany order), must  be made to  The Circulation Manager  "News-Advertiser," Vancouver:B.C.  "###^<^^"^#>#>#*###|)*##^<^*# ##���������####*#*#  * ___.  H ���������  AND  ORNAnENTALS  I  _Z?  T"*l    __,.  1   nx.  ���������#  MTeOlm ������ 4���������i   m*m* ma** m    mam  immvs ct������rv> moan nm -������_       Ir^&SS&sSeSt  JPiums  GUARANTEED HOE������iE GROW.      .  Cellared���������Roots iu earth, no danger of winter killing     |  "We can hold  your trade."  Established 1900 by the HON. MARTIN BURRSLL  Minister of Agriculture  | ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH ATCATALOCUE PRICES ft  8  h  | For Catalogue aud Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent, Creston, B. C.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  NOTICE is horebv given that all taxes for the yenr 1918 for properties situate  in tho 35-Tolaon Assessemot Distriot are  now duo nnd payable at my olHoe iu the  Court House, Oity of Nelson,  And moreovor take notice   tho publication of this uotice is deemed equivalent to a porsonnl do in .ind by   tho Collect ojt of all tnxos duo  and payable   by  peraoiiH liable to pny tho eamo,  Stephen II. Hoslcius,  Collector,  Nelson Aaaossiuout, DiHtiiot  Dnted at Nolson, II. O.,  this 2nd day of .Tuminry, 1013  usinsi-i t_i_i_ r-iirseries  VERNON, B. C.  ^  ��������� ���������1^ 41 l ��������� Al I ll I m ll      III    ,l       I  ll .. .WIIMII,  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  9 to name. We carry "all the leading varieties most  j* suited to this district. Our specialty is budded stock  <g^   on three-year-old whole roots.  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  ^ J* Bunco, Box 295 Crestons B.C* ������  ^ -. Si  4������^^^#*^-^<^*^^#^^#F<&-#^^<#^#^^##*^  ��������� ^au. iwi oat ��������� ���������m/mm*  '���������''-Wt'WMBWtw'ii ijmf*.**am*vt.irTrr ������.iMmr'nn:m-rwxnxt  **^*^������!__tW^B������^  1^    nr    .^r^x  Um*%Jt  ���������Ir"*****^***}*1^^ A   A vkiJL������lJL������4  CjAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,300,000    | TO FUR SHIPPERS  M O N E Y   O K i> ii K b  Issued by Tho Cnnadiaii Ii.:ii!< of Coivhik-il-..', ;.:v ;i sale, rr.nvcnicnt and  inexpensive motbuil cf ren.iti Y,..' mu:i!I :.r.i; ������������������ rf nuuie,'.     'l'lu.'Mi* Ordor.*:,  payable, without: i.!.:.!:.;.��������� ;.t :.'*  I ...i'i'   in   (-:..,���������':'   ^������������������.������������������i-r;-t   in   the  Yukon  Torritorv) hP.tl s:i t!:<.*��������� '���������-���������:���������<���������   ?    !    '���������!'���������- ' '' ''"��������� I 'i?;*.a:i.! Stii'.v;, :i:'-j issued at  tlie followini'** rate*. :  ���������$.1 m*t! itu.l. -     .'{ ci I'll*       r,     "  Over     f������ Jiti'l "'  10  ���������i-i-t.ir--  '���������: < ���������  RUM i'.'i .'���������,:���������-. tititii'A  ���������bould b������ mod* hy nn:i*;r.* .1 om  :w'.'.'ti.\:.:.  . <..  0\r,r*r?r>a      t.,,,,������i   ...'tliAi.t  i1������!jv u*.  r������-..':ij:ulili'  iu'  '.������.".'( i :\ I.)  n n  .'. r.-O-LV  Tim mniit urciirnUi, mlliililn nu.l imly Mmkat lluimii  1,1... i-i,,,, i.i .1 i,rii-. i.'.n.i j,ui,-.i..i,, ,i.  "dljt* ^iTuhr-rt ���������g-l-t^rr"  .M.ill.-.l   l'lllii;  lu  Hi,,.io  |iili:ru>iluil  Iii   Uaw  1'urK  SEND US YOUR NAME ON A POSTAL-TGDAy  Il'll  lint a Tril|llMll'H (llllllll, lllll, 11   , > 111. 1|'' H1.11111  ll.Hllllll  rviTy iwii M-imUii, wlilrliK'.vimyiiii i'i pnrU nfuliul. In  ilntnif lu ull tlm Miii-fctttHiit*Ilm Wtii-lil In AiiKirlrnn  lluv/ l'urt,   Tliluliil'oi'iiiiilliiii Ih Wuilli liinnlr, iln uf  lln'l'il'll in ymi.  Wrlto for It���������NOW���������lT'S #K*.Xi  A. B. SHUDERT  Tho Larr.eat Houco In thn World dna'Jnrt McluUvoly In  Amorir.nn Kftw t'ura  23 27 \'l. Mlclilmaii SI., Dopt, *1 CIIICAliO, IU., U.GA  JrJ  3  ;    FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL  j it i-.i!iUi*'i no i'i r.Tciipo what you ilKiiro on  ; ulimtlrt: thin m-iifion���������wc c������u unpiily yo".  !   Itiul with llu> f.iv���������t fj'i.-ltty of aiirnory nloo!;  ���������   eve*.' cwiivm. . .    .     S  A\\ trcon. tilmUo, vluos, Ijoitics, rilinil:?, B  nvcrgcoisiis, viimgid, eto., tolu by ua nro {jvir- i  I'.'Cd  Villi lil ���������_������  NAMK  lt will nny ymi to j:ot In toiu-ii villi im.  ,,   r.VI'.rtY  I'l.ANTKP. WKEI')3 Ol.'Sl IHiOK���������  : U.ANDRCAPSS CARDKNIl-.G  1       tf_   WHAT TO  ������*IL.ANT" .  -   32 PAGE'S, 1C^ (STAMPS)  | IV'ALiI-Elf  i vi wuh tb* tm wyt W7* K K_ rf- IT w������  t_-_T-ii-ta__-___----*  i i  im*m,**8& tai  Milled from Selected Hard Wheat  BDTOa������3a.CTn'aaiJ4*iT������:a'j^^  m ������a<*������������ ['^  ������tii������y  >\stijJ Jj���������ij3? E_ C���������ivh���������. im  H  a  f^mSf   S^JS %& lie  James Compton, Agent  ('I'llllllll HDI'llH,   WOOl MiHllCH llllll ClI'lH,  ,1 .il..     4>. -    il...    1 .....1 , .    : |.    , .      ���������  JKCrCV t>.  ITOWic.',    i������i������ii������irtj*,*wi   -vi wnou m������ic������������������ciia  A..IUUUIUII.  On TVii*-.  ������������������I triiflt tlmt ������ u in w person ot Intel-  Ugence."  "Ah, I mcV  "Hee wlintY"  "Wtmt nn etovfitins! thln������ fnlth niust  be."    Not For Himfielf Alono,  ���������'Had ������uy leiip yw������r proposttlBVf  ���������"Onu't ������.!J'y tti'it ��������� h<*vn "  "You're slow."  ���������.My uuto Ikis iwelved a oou���������^le.,*  Pro'jruiiil,  O womnn, witn iho tmllot  '... ..... j- |.<  ., '���������'������-, ������������������ .������������������   Wit titiHi- vou'il  UMCi tl)*������ mullet  ,"Wh������ir*������ now. %ha hu,mm������i*c ncvvoui ,y  _MH  ". ...  I'll  mmm  a   ������  This flour ^vai  o vi  make good bread I  ffBffyi|iHi'ify>7'^  wmaaisBwasnaaauaaKKwxaaaaaau  "���������yrfMtf'-'f^"- -'���������/'*-'--t*iffr ���������''���������''"���������-'-",-'-:'*'"f"i'":^"'-'"i"*':"''"���������  m  ���������, i  '���������W  ''J  *' ill  ���������  rffflirffiiriiiiTiTii'i-iri  HMM  iT'giiittiriiitirii'iaMiiwiM  mmmmm  IMMHIHMI  Hiiriii_-iiff-ii-iiiiiiiiii*-tn-ilrh^

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