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 AS! Steads JaB  ALL THE NEWS  of the CRESTON  DISTRICT  aasS West Kooteassy Less!'to Creston  i.Dc  X  L__ ^  &  swag***,.'  ���������������1,?o,,  ���������^  MAR 19 f.oio    ^Y,^'  4^"  i v : i;  r g   SENTO'O^-NY^  $2.00 A    YEARl  ������������������������b-m-_nta^,  N6. i������5j'^'^:?y-aA_t"':  C&BSTQNy B.&,   Bfel^Y-   MAR. 14, 1913*  Single Copies 5c.  Amend silent  To   GaiTie   Protection  Act   I nt rod u ced By  Attorney General  OO. 8., 3IGNAFIES ORANBROOK  CO-OP-SRATIVE STORES.  Mr. and Mrs. Olng of Canyon City  left on Monday for Sandpoint, Idaho.  RS. Bevan'^manager of the Creston  Auto and Supply Company left on  Thursday last for few a days sojourn at  Nelson and Kaslo and vicinity.  The game laws, as recently ^mended, provide, among  other things, that it shall be unlawful for any resident of  the province to hunt animals or birds or to carry firearms of  any description, or air guns, Or any device for the purpose  ot capturing any snimal or bird without first taking out a li  cenee. In addition to taking out a licence hunters will be  required to wear a badge showing the number of their licence  These li* ences will not be transferable.    Any breach  of the  ��������� .. ��������������������������� ���������. ��������� ��������� ������  act involves cancellation of a hunter's licence.  Licences will not be issued to boys under sixteen except  at the written request of parents or guardian , who shall  undertake, that such boys, when, carrying firearms, will always be under their supervision or that of some responsible  licence holder.  There are three classes of licences: an ordinary tn carry  ^rearms and hunt birds and de_r? other thau moose} wapitL  and cariboo, costing -ft--, cos-a-general* to'hunt-game! birds and  -jt���������>    ,**" xJ .   m *w ' c*S #  animals, $5 00; a special to carry firearms and trap, $10.00  Holders of general or special licence must^Ywithin fourteen  days of date of exp ration, return the licenee to the provincial  game warden with a sworn statement of the number of each  species ojl?t^ ? ?^       :������������������..'-���������  Prospidtors having 0 free miner's certificate rday obtain  ordinarv licences dunnc the onen season, while actually en-  gaged in prospecting: so may farmers and their sons hunting  on the land on which they permanently reside. Any firearm  found in the possession \of any person not having a licence  may be seized and confiscated.  must Have Permit To Buy Gun  Without a certificate issued under the criminal  code  or  .-���������>' ' ............       .   ^  a permit issued by the superintendent of the provincial police, a chief constable or the chief of city or district munici.  pality police, no person in the future will Be able to purchase  a revolver, pistol, airgun, or such weapons as bowie-knives,  ���������daggers, stilettos, metal knuckles or slung shots and dealers  who sell.svich weapons to persons who do not possess the  necessary permit *viil be liable to a fine of from #25 to #200  and to six months in jail, under the provisions of the act  respecting the sale of the offensive weapons passed at the  recent session of the legislature.  It also provides that every person selling a revolver, pistol  or airgtin, must keep a record of the date of the sale, name of  maker, serials number of the weapon and the name, address  and occupation of the purchaser.  Peace officers may in future under the new act search  any person they suspect of illegally carrying weapons and if  any person who is not a native of Canada is found carrying  any. of the bfi^nsvve weapons named, the matter will be re-  ported to the,attorney-general who will recommend to the  minister ot justice that the person in question be deported.  A man who'keeps constantly on tbe  fence waiting to see which way to  drop, makes even the fence weary  H Newell Birch has been spending  a  few day 8 in Nelson this week.  Geo,Sallee of Port HiU was a Oreston  caller Thnrsday, .������       ���������  The leap year girl must again face  the hard realities of life. She's back  again in the parlor with the lamp  turned low waiting for Willie.  Mr. Barlow of Port Hill was a visitor  to Oroston Thursday*.  R. S. Bevan, General Manager of the  Oreston Anto and Supply Company;  which is the distributing point for all  of Southern British Colombia has just  returned from a trip to Nelson and  surrounding districts, where he has  been appointing agents for different  places. Mr. Archer of Kaslo was appointed agent for Kaslo. The Nelson  Transfer Company, agent for Nelson  Noble Binna, for Rossiand and trail, and  Donald B_cOnJani for Grand Forks and  Greenwood. While on his trip he gold  on\e automobile at Kaslo, one at- Nelson,  one at Oranbrook, two at Trail, two at  Grand Forks, one at Rossiand, and one  at Creston. There are also two carloads  of antes on the way from Ontario, one  to'- be distributed at Nelson and one  at Oreston.  There will Ik no silent vote among  the women electors.  NEWSY LOCAL NOTES  'mtaaamaamaamamammaammmatmaamaa  Forty years in use, 20 years the standard, prescribed and recommended by  physicians. For Womans ailments, Dr.  M_rtei's Pills, at your druggist*  ���������Never 'send- & dollar away from  hobae when the article that tbe dollar  will purchase can be obtained at home.  Money is our financial blood. Its circulation keeps the business body alive.  Bleed that body by sending money  away and business will soon put on a  lock of lethargy. Always trade at  home. Watch the bargains offered  by? enterprising advertisers in this  paper and   you   will learn the   best  places to spend those home dollars.  '..'��������� .- "  ���������^Very best of Saur Kraut at the  CashStore.  S. M. Reid, who was called to Ed  monton owing to the illness of his  smother returned fco Oreston Sunday.  Mrs. Ii. H. Mel-sis of Canyon City  wa* a Creston caller Tuesdav.  ���������Apple trees for sale,���������First class  S yr roots i yr body, home grown.  3 to 4 ft $10.00 per 100 4 to 6 ft  $14.00 per 100. write for [catalogue  Grand Forks Fruit & Nursery Oo.  box 325 Grand Forks,  B.  O.  Don't run down your own town Be  loyal to its institutions as you aro to  your personal interest. Don't condemn its enterprises and at the same  time withhold your support and patronage, which would aid in making  the enterprises a creditable success.  And this sentiment will also apply to  the treatment of your home paper .as  well as to other business.  ���������For your Spring pain ting, use Bapco  pure paint. For sale in all colors at  Speers. * -*���������;  Mr. and Mrs. Whalen, who have been  residents at Oanyon Oity the past few  months, Mr. Whalen being employ d as  lumber grader, left on Tuesday for  Trenton, Ontario. ??  SIXTH    ANNUAL     A  GREAT SUCCESS  About Ninety Guests At*  tended Reception  Monday  ? Every once in. a while some one in���������  tiniates that we ought"? to **rip some  bnilup^rhe back." Saiy they deserve it  and they don't see why we don't do it.  F^en&^/we1 are not _a .the roasting bus-  ;i_Ws* Apply 2LX& crematory. If ycti  have it in for sobis one, go to him and h^*-. ^o^* aot'fail to call and look over  Mrs. Eagen, who resides on Victoria  a venae, Just opposite the Methodist  church is to open a. small line.of millin-  arv goods in the near future; Her line:  of hats will be up-to-date, in everyday;  ahd those desiring*>t_'^-urcbise a.1'-fine  fight it out like a man! Don't try to  mix the printer up in your grievance.  He has troubles of his own. None of  we poor mortals here below are perfect, not by a long shot, and other  people may think that you yourself  deserve special attention. i  ���������-Latest styles in   photos,  next to Garage.  Studio  In Mem or lam  Sometimes in the April-kissed spring-  tiiu6, the jittjo flower w& welcome as  the snowdrop, droops and dies,'but itR  delioaefaoe has Inspired us to hope,  aud perfume our life with thoughts of  purity. It was even so with " our baby"  the tiny blossom of humanity that camo  to tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert  WeBllng of Canyon City, on last Saturday evening.  The snnshine of lovo oonld not warm  her to life nor tho nffcotlon of parent-  Hugh Taylor and Will Smith returned Sunday from a trip to Sandpoiut  Idaho.  her line.  ���������For Sdle���������-Sewing maoblne, almost  new. Raymond make. A bargain for  cash.   Enquire at this oflloe.  mmhm    m  C. H. Riohardson and family of New  Westminster and Mies Aaaie Helme of  Vancouver are. the gueBts of Mr. and  Mra. J. Hobden.  ��������� For Sale*��������� Dry wood, 10  and 18  When" anyone comes to our town  grasp him by the hand and tell him  what bright prospects the town has  Don't stand around like a lot of dress);  ed up dummies .before a clothing store  and wearlong faces with gloomy looks  that see only the dark side of things.  Above all, don't go whining' around  and make a shadow oh the bluest sky.  If you really have not the heart to  speak a cheery word or lend your influence in behalf of your town, for  mercy sake hide yourself when strangers come to visit us.  Mrs.Wm, Trotter returned Monday  from Wynndel where she was the  guest of Mrs. Wm. .Tohnnon.  On Monday, March 10 th the officers  and Members of the Knigths of Pythias  again excelled themselves at their sixth  Annual At Home, in a way that catered to the pleasure and enjoyment of  their invited guests. Invitation cards  to the number of one hundred were sent"  out and despite -the bad state of the  roads there were between eighty and  ninety present.  The Hall was artistically decorated  for the ocsasion and several, remarks as  to its beauty were passed. Festoons of  Ohinese lanterns mingled with . bunting  and chains cf decorated paper were  suspended from the four corners io  the centre of the ceiling, from which  hung a large Union Jack. To com-'  plete tho scene-two large emblematic  banners were strung straight across,  one at the front and one at the rear,  with-the inscriptions, "Welcome to all  On-cJ^end^ Wei-  coifce^oiuu'' -'ti ���������������������������"  Progressive whist Was eonameefced at ���������  9;BO'an" cohtinlied-iisfeUilI':iK.!ij;"tSssV,  W. K.Brown was; declared the winnerof the ladies' first nritze and Miss  V. Price th^??booby prize, while A.  Lindley was, the winner of the gent's  first prize and Geo. Prichard was honored with the gent's booby prize. After wbist the refreshments Were served  and judging from the way the things  disappeared were thoroughly enjoyed  by everyone. The first waltz then being called sho'.ved that the dancing  had begun in real earnest.  The dresses of the. ladies were beau*  i>    ':  tiful, the colors of which, when min*  gled with decorations added greatly to  the scene.  About 2:45 the good night waltz was  called and with it was brought to a  close one of the most enjoyable funci  tions of the season".  A. R. Kilbey, of Nelson representative  of the Gerhard, Heintzman Piano Oo ,  was in Oreston this wook.  hood boguile hor from drooping.     Her inch at   $3.60 per cord of two ricks  breath went out like the exkal-itlon ol n delivered,   loavo orders at tho Cash  ���������Uavo yonr picture tuliou  wlillo  iu i  Crouton. Studio bohirul the bank  Mr and Mrs 0.  B. Onvuniiugh,  vh������  hnvo Iweii Hpoiidini* Homd Muie InOua  tou 1 joking over the valley left on Wod-  nceday for Nelson  Gu** Lowi'tiiirr-r Ififfc  Wi*dni*wV������y   ��������� r  n trip tn Ndsni.  ���������fT.-ii*   C|.|l..���������.     Tu   .     m.wn   i������'Hf  hurt young A. Mk*b*_i.  Takas ��������� Smart Pdraan.  ���������*Vou OBM't Ontter her."  "Why, linit f*he got too much sennet"  **No, you haven't got aenae enough.**  f    ...   .���������   Bar Attunad.  -b������ artlat worka tor art alone,  D������it>lalni anythlns Ilk* oaah.  But ha oan alwaya haar tha tone  Thai ao-ftty, B������mir wulopora "lioBht"  Rome* worn**' ������hlnlr tl������A'rt,*������������**������*',3 ZViCt  goou company that they nover get luna-  some.  A man who bns on upright -Minraetcr  selduui worrlea about uis reputation.  sweetly fragrant minion of tho wooo-  land and in hor atend was left only a  holy nnd beautiful inomory-o memory  that will last nnd sanctify as long as  parental oxiotanoo. Tho small brfy  was laid to rest In tho cometory at  Creatou ou Monday. May God'*-|pnroat  angles gunrd hor slumbers.  Years ago Horace Gieoley said  '' Go west- young mat)." Champ OInrk  8 iys, " Go flouth, my boy" Tho western voters say to their senator,'* Go  6-it Colonel, and Dnc. Cook flays to  tho world, ������������������ Go north with mo " That  |ij<ii,iy  .voii   cuvncn   i.iit-   jioiiiLM in*    iiio  addltlonnl t"������������ggeRt!*>n, "(-lo to vork."  Store.  J.D, Spiers of Hometown Sask.,son-in  law of Geo.Honrlrou of Oreaton.ia ln the  ���������/alloy this wook with tho   prospaots  of  looatlug hero.  ���������We Have opened up a shipment of  plcklod Pork.v/hlchwpoffor ������t,20 ccntn  a pound. S. A. -peers.  Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mawson, who  havo boon spondlng abont two months  on tho prairie, roturnod to Oreston,Wod-  nosday.  Mrs. Pete DeMars and family of  Oanyon City left on Tuesday for a  couple months viBit at Standpoint, Ida.  T.  D. Bunco roturnod  from a trip to Oranbrook.  Wednesday  Mrs   John Qtiaifo   of Sirdar was a  Oroston caller Monday.  Mr. nnd Mrs, Rold nnd family, wh^  huvo neon residing nt Oanyon Oity for  thu 4i>ubloIx luoutiiitt ioft on Wuuuviiuay  for Columbia Falls. Montana.  i  Lovo ttl-T drill"** n mnn *������t������4������������"i������  pil&vZi Uii van uim io tipric*    ���������-  ���������Tho C. O. S. ot Oranbrook ls Bolltnp  u..m ,m I Iron Buda with mnHr^nt, nnd anrlnrr for I hoavy 8et of -������muM  ��������� ������������������ ��������� i.....  -For Snlft- Good work  horao weight  1400. and good democrat and half a  lGuqulro at thl������  It Iii xuuioiod thai uu Oddfollowu  lodge will shortly be organized in Ores-  ton.'  ���������Anyono desiring to havo Jowolry  Watches, etc., ropaired or crystals put  In w������l.ohPd nun Iimva wwiivrt rlond nt .T������olc.  son's atoro. Wo alno havo n full Huo of  optical goods Jfiyou ton ted free.  ���������Our Gold ttoal ootfeo is a winnor,  : Iho Uaah Store.  This year every citizen should tako  a deep interest in tho welfttro  of the  city.   If you Bincerely   believe   that  conditions are   prevalent   that need.  changing, don't   be afraid    to start  somothing.   This year the  very  best  effort that is in every   citizen should  assort itsolf to tho end that this town's  advancement ia sure and. Tho fellow  who kicks is often the niuu who doct*  hia community tho real sarvico. Thoro  I? a difforenco botwoon a grouch and  a good healthy kicker.  i  ��������� _ i ������������������ __ i  ",iK, j ;.i_iifcii  Will Roao Lodge. No 80 moot every  Monday night. A full attendance ifl  rctnjaeatod.  ���������Wo pay tho freight, aud If y-iu ate  not natibtlod with the values received  from us, we will pay the freight bonk  n������r*i rnfond   fnll    inwATiwf   nf ������*wif ntir*  ^t-������3  ''"'-"-ri  '  ^......mf.  i  *m     r%    rt  mm*  liiiiiiiiiiiiiii-i  'i_ ifiiiii-^^fBi_Ti'L''i1l��������� tf!_frl_i Um. i?- Hi XT j JF*t1i'; 1_ ii*l_ii_Kfi���������1_ i���������__i_}yV-i_ fffeW?ft ^* wrmrnmsi  mm  H_____9^S  mm  __9  ESBS-UBaiii'^^  m*%Mv������^mimmv*mamw������mim  THE    CRESTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B. C.  ���������tok-ss  ���������x-**-  cannot properly masticate solid  foods and digestion is often  upset���������they do not receive the  needed nourishment to make  strength and preserve health, but  if aged people everywhere could  only realize the strength-sustaining nourishment in Scott's  Emulsion they would take it after  ������1 every meal.  It "possesses the nourishing elements of cod liver oil, the vital  powers of the hypophosphites of  lime and"-soda and the curative  qualities of glyceri no, a] 1 so perfectly  combined that nature immediately  appropriates them to create  strength���������nourish the organs and  build tha body. It relieves rheumatism and ailments due to declining  yecrs.    It adds to tbe span of life.  Refuse substitutes for SCOTT'S,    jj-j  Scott & Bowse, Toronto. Ontario     12-63  __-_-____-____________������_____3I2  ' All Out of Town  Full of/hope and energy, the young  .reporter was sent lo the surburbs  to write an account of a lire that was  alleged to be raging there. 'world.      You may cause it peruianeuu  As a matter of fact the fire was so j harm by using poisonous mineral odnt-  .sir.all that it had been put out in three   ments for the liittle rashes and erup-  YOUR BABY'S SKIN  Is the  most delicate' fabric    In  PATRIOTISM   EVOKED  RING   PLAY  BY    STI Fl  an d  a  quarter  minutes,  and  the  fire  brigade had gone home loug ago.  Still, the reporter was as persevering as he was inexperienced, so he approached    the    house    cheerily    and j  t|l0   Its Author Embraced by Men "ind Women of an  Emotional Audience  Paris, France. ���������-There was a   great  ���������. mr    scene utter the  first performance of  tions   that   every   baby   suffers   from! the  new  play   'Servir,*-by   M.   Henri  occasionally. Don't take      any  chances.    Use Zam-Buk, tlie    baby's  best balm. ^  Zam-Buk  s  made  from fine  herbal  knocked upon the door. | extracts, and is free from any harm-  Mr. Yaights in? he askpd hop������fnilvi ful  poisonous  coloring  matter.    Llke  o-f the handmaiden who answered his j the grasses and the flowers, nature has  summons.  No, came the reply; he's out.  Mrs.  Yaights?  No, she's out also.  Well, said the cub reporter, we were  informed that you have a fire here, and  I've come  to report���������  colored it green.      It is nature's own  healer!  Most ointments and salves have, as  their foundation, various animal oils  and fats. Zam-Buk does not contain  one atom of animal substance. Most  ointments  and  salves  are  too coarse  Minard's l-in'ment Reiieves Neuralgia.  Oh,   that's   out   too!     snapped     the   to be absorbed by the tender delicate  maiden, as she gently closed the door,   skin  of a  bai*)y.  and   remain  on   the  skin an irritating mass.    Just put a  little Zam-Buk on baby's skin; and see  how soon it is absorbed, showing con-  In the sixth grade at Irving school/ clusively  that  the   pores  of  the  skin  are greedy for it.  - Use noth:ng but Zam-Buk for baby's  skin   troubles   and   wash   with   Zam-  Buk Soap.  Zam-Buk should also be used Cor  cuts, burns, scalds, eczema, piles, ulcers, etc. All druggists and stores  sell at 60c. box, or post, free from  Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, i'or price.. Refuse harmful substitutes and imitations .  ; London's  Fire  Losses  London.���������According tt> a return is-;  Sued on Saturday night by tii.j tire  brigsde committee or* tho London I  -���������county council, the monyrary los:.- ���������  ���������caused by Qres in the couu. y of Lim- I  ���������Son, duriag 1912 amounted t_ uo ies-. I  *_aa ������2,110,000.  the teacher was questioning a boy  ' about Napoleon's disastrous invasion  I of Russia and the subsequent retreat  [ from  Moscow.  i      What did the French do then? she  ! asked.  |     They ran away. saTd the boy.  J      Yes, that is what they did. said the  ' teacher,   but  ran  aw;iy   is  hardly  the  ; correct phrase to use.       What should  ! you have said.  They beat it!   he exclaimed, proudly .  ^ARE GR0M_lN  FAVOR EVERY DAY  Tom���������Did Miss Roxloy entertain  your  proposal?  Jack���������On the contrary, my proposal  seemed to entertain her.  DODD'S    KIDNEY    PILLS    PROVING  THEIR   VALUE  AS A   FAMILY        ;  ���������      MEDICINE i  a_ b ��������� ������    va   Sleepless Nights  Lavendan, at the Theatre Sarah Bern  hardt, Al. Guitry, the famous actor,  snapped up the play while the Corned-  ie Krauc&ise was UoiUlting Whether it  could produce it. The bhick-headed author of the play was embraced  by; men and women alike after the  performance and tears were running  down many cheeks.  'Servir' .gives violent expression to  the new spirit of patriotic fervor that  has been growing in France for sev.  eral years, especially in the younger  generation, and which revealed Itself  dramatically at the time of the Agad-  ir incident. It shows in the form  of a parable the overcoming of the  antimilitarlsm which was rife in  France a few years ago by lovo of  la patrie.  The two chief characters���������or rather  types, for they are merely mouthpieces of opposing sentiment���������are an  old colonel, played by M. Guitry, and  his son. The colonel, on his forced  retirement undor the age limit, 1'elt  that he must still serve his country.  He was so de voted that he even sought  an unpleasant way of showing it and  became a spy. ln that capacity he  discovers that a very powerful explosive has been invented by his son.  The son is u pacifist. Ho ha'.cs  war and tells his un.ni that they ought  uot to tight uiiiess til (Mr conse'ence  approves the cause. Ho uses all the  humanitarian arguments that used to  be heard in France, aud is so carried  a way by his enthusiasm that be is  determined to make no use of his invention. , He has proved its force  by blowing up au Island off the coast  SHIPPING   FEVER  Influenza, pink eye, epizootic 'distemper, and', ail nose and  throat diseases cured, and all others, no matter how "exposed," kept from having any ot th-"_e diseases with  SPOH1TS IilQtTID DISTEMPER CUR-i, Three to six  doses oil On cure a case. One bottle guaranteed to do so.  Best thing for brood mares. Acts on the blood. 60c. and  $1 a bottle.- $6 and 511 a dozen bottles. Druggists and  harness shops. Distributors���������ALL WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.  SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Chemists, Goshen, Indiana, U.S.A.  ______-���������  f,  ������iiseKeepe  _L  1  WHO WOULD  MAKE WASH-DAY  EASIER, CAN DO SO, BY  USING   . < :  Eddy's Indurated Tubs allow the water to retain heat longer  and never rust. Being ���������ade in one seamless piece cannot splinter  end so the danger of flnagged fingers and torn clothes Is eliminated.  Used   in   eon'unction  with    ���������    ,  Eddy's  p Washday   Loses   Half  Its Terrors  , WSa&MM?mmBmm*maBaBSia^t  They  Helped  Nephew     of.  Doubly Punished  Paris.���������Jean Lornier, au employe ci  ���������the Cherbourg arsenal, who jurupea  from a tramcar in motion no ���������c-ire  ���������his cap and broke his le;;, was line:!  ���������*?2.50 for contravening tht? iaw iu  ���������flighting from a public vehicle boforo  it stopped.  Richard Butler Glaerr/.er, New York.  essayist and critic, said a:, the Players'   ciub:  Poetry Ls delightful. But poets are  Bo very poorly paid. I know a millionaire who has a beautiful, golden  haired stenographer. The giri said  *vo her employer the other day:  7 I ar.) going to get married, sir. And  t am going to marry a poet.  . -D&ar ine, said the millionaire. Then  you v.-;.ll have to leave us, eh?  No, sir. Ehe replied, I sh������U.not leave  you.      But I shall need more pay.  Quebec   Man Tells   How  Him   and   Cured   Hi*  Kidney   Disease. i  South Ham, \YoiiV Co., Que.   (Spe-.'-.  ial).���������There is fresh proof every  day ,  "hat as a family medicine Dodd's Kid-j  ney   Pills   are   growing   in   favor   with  che  people of -Qucb.c.     Jus:   to  quou'  au   example,   Amable   Piuard   of   this  place says, in an intorvk-w:  "Dodd's Kidney nils ivipeu my  rheumatism. b..c'K.-.ehe. gravel. ;-:ul  heart disease. Crura which 1 s'oiTer-Hi  tor twenty years.  "Thty ha 3 ���������'..���������>��������� y-x cured me c-nra-  pltely. bat ;h-?y -J_i& oo:np'e"ely cure  tuy uephta>v. who s^.'iereti from kidney  disease."  Sidney Disease and Grave! Caused  Keenest Suffering���������Cure- by  wro   -������s������s3 *g s&s*ass������i*������������.5v������r  Pills.  Dodd's  kidney   c  Amable  -iiseases  MALE  HELF  WANTED  AGENTS WANTED  IVanted���������Ageuts for Kail am* Wind-  etorm Insurance.      Apply The Canada  'tVea.th.er Insurance Company, iDoniin-  ion Incense). Winnipeg, Man.  Kidney    Pills   always   cure \  *>-������������������:"-se .     Th-?y   ���������will" complete:  nard's cure, because all the?,  leaiioaed are the results of J  ; kidney       disease.     They     cured     the'  ; young   man. _   Uid"*cy   disease  quickly,'  : because it  was  taken    in    its     early*  j stages.     Amable Pinani's troubles are:  i of twenty years' standing and take a)  ��������� longer treatment. !  1 The moral is, that if you cure your \  i kidney disease early with Dodd's Kld-j  j ney  Pills, you  will never be troubled j  ��������� wiih rheumatism, gravel, and other)  diseases that are caused by sick kid- j  h-evs failing ro do their work.  Mr. W. Smith.  nt-iu  COTAT37  __nns_  1 IWllliJ  We only handle property of sterling  tTKM-it. on ���������wnicit wt uro pri.-pan.-d to  gunrantof profits.  "Our WOOD LAWN." ST. VITAL.  And "DEER LODGE" prop.M-tios aro  Rood Inventments. We w:inl ;i Rood  agont to re-present us in every town.  For  wihip  apply,  STEWART & WALKER.  LTD.  Sterling   Bank   Building,   VinnIpeg  ,     "Don't   waste   tlmt*   writing   If   you  do not moan  business."  SWINDLER'S SYNDICATE OPERATED FOR YEARS  \ That diseases of the kidneys cause  | the greatest suffering is -well known,  I and when stone or gravel is formed  j in the bladder the torture is almost  j beyond human endurance.  I The disease should never be allowed   to resell  this  dangerous stags,  Numbered   Its  Hundreds  Throughout  Many  Countries  of  Europe I weight tell of the need of Dr. Chase's  Madrid,    Spain.���������Fifteen    members ��������� Kidney-Liver Pills to regulate and in-  of Brittany.        ,  Here the piece comes near to being  ridiculous. Any power which possessed the secret explosive could wipe  another power off the map, but he will  not give even his own country the  chance. He will destroy the formula  ami in row i he explosive into the sea.  In this he is checkmated by his father's knowledge. The old colonel  gives the secret to the war office, and  on that, very day war is declared.  There is a scene of angry recrimin-  -���������'inn hetwr-en father and son. The  mother intervenes and turns the scale.  _ne has oaen on tue boy's side, but  tbe news that another son has been  killed in Morocco fills her with a wild  yearning for revenge. The piece ends  amid frenzied applause with the pacifist rushing off to  fight.  'Tis a Marvellous Thing.���������When the  cures effected hy Dr. Thomas' Ele-ctric  Oil are considered, the speedy and  permanent relief it has brought to  the suffering wherever it has been  used, it must be regarded as a marvellous thing that eo potent a medicine should result from the six ingredients which enter into its composition. A thial will convince the most  skeptical of its  healing virtues.  /Thero are oo vest���������shies just like yowt-  ews growing.     Provide for a good table,  eat vegetables, and throw away medicine.  We not oniy supply yoa with the Finest Tested  Seeds for this Country, bat we also show yon  HOW TO GSOW THE BEST VEGETABLES"  Told ia our boohlets, 1S3 pages (copyrighted).  The first of ihe kind printed ia Canada.      Tbey  contain   the   best   Western experience   o_   expert  Market Gardeners.   Sound, practical aud sensible���������  just what you want to know in  preparing the  seed  bed, manuria!*, starting tbe seed, transplanting, forcing,  ripening,  storing,  destroying   insects, etc.      The price  is XO cenis per booklet (Si.GO for the tuu  set  of ii,  ncludi  WOMEN Y>/AR ON  EXTRAVAGANCE  Stockings Costing $240 a Pair Purchas-  ���������   *'"     ed by Paris Women  Paris. France.���������-Luxury in woman's  dress has reached suet, a pitch in. Paris that society women here are proposing  to  organize a simplicity  cam-  of    V'Ctir.-'S   Pains in  the small of the back,   pain * paign.  or smarting when passing water, fre- J     It us  not  so  much  the  prices   paid  quent    urination,   loss   of   flesh    and    for the dresses    themselves    as    the  money asked and paid for accessories,  which are .exceeding the powers of all  oi a  wealthy   syndicate  of  s vim Hers,   vigo rate the kidneys and restore these  Tne Soul of a   Piano   ib the  Action.    Insist on the  "OTTO   HIGEL"  Piano Action  ���������REST mii HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  >���������**������������������*. WiN'HiOW'ii Boo-tiuno Kvn.i'1* tins bee_  Weil liif over SIXTY YEARS liy MILLIONS of  Motiiki's for   their  ciuLDKi-.N   \vtiiLQ   grams from victims announcing that  TKKTmiMr., wL,1Ji.Jp-'^H'-^?.-!!l-,K'-?!l..J*! they were coming to Madrid.    These  having their neadquarters in Maind  have been arrested, and Dths.-j ire-  now being sea cued for.  This syndicate has victimi*^������-*.i hundreds of pcrsoiu in other countries  in various ways. It perpetru -\ lie-  Spanish prisoner' hoax with gr?j," s.-..-  cess, and also the 'treasure. s.vin:ilr-  whereby creduloiia individuals were induced to invest meney in an .i!li������.s. -I  secret enterprise foi recover:>i; li'.:r  ieu gold and va'ria'ili* nlatf.  According to the police the loader  of the syndicate was a man who possesses three splendid houses in Madrid, and is constructing a fourth.  These houses have many secret doors  and corridors, and underground outlets, so that the occupants elude the  police.  The syndicate operated for eight  years and  received hundreds of tclo  organs to health.  "Mr. "VV. Smith, Port Dalhousie. Ont.,  writes :���������"For some years I was afflicted with kidney disease and gravel  In its most severe form, having often  a stoppage of water, accompanied by  the most dreadful agony. ��������� As the disease' wore on me I became reduced in  flesh and passed sleepless nights. No  doctor was able to do much for mo,  and I used many medicines without  obtaining more than temporary relief.  My attenMon was directed to Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills. / and by  using this treatment the disease way  eradicated from my system in less  than six months. I have gained In  welsht, sleep "-well, and feci better  than I have for twenty years."  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  rill a done, 25c<   a box, all dealers, or  ronto.  WkyrUHK the CHILD," SOl'TKNS the GUMS.  AfcLAVH nil PAIN ; CURBS WIND COI.1C, aud  In the bent remedy for DIAKRHIICA.. It in ub-  ���������blt-rly lini-mless. De nitre ami axle for "Mm.  Wtonterur'K Kootltinn: Svru|>," and Ultc ao other  Usui.   Tweuly-ltve cema a .joule.  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS.  Mj-witno' 'in, r ok son IVHl'tl uowi.v.r'tio r i hi-, ni.l.'i-.!.'  SUtM-ICV Irom UlllNliV. III.A 1)1)Kit, HKKVOtlS IllStUSliS,  ���������CMKONIC U'l'.AKNR!iSK8,l/I.CEKS,SKIM KHIM'I'lDNtl.l'll.l'.S,  *mtt������ for my FRRK book,   tiik most  insi kici ivk  |  MMD'CAt-. ni-IOK KVKKWRirrKN.ITTKI.I.KAt.l.alKllitllii.'lii  JJ_lJ.l-.A-.l-.-i llll'l   Dm    UKMAK1AIII.K  I.IKI-..-4   KiriC||[l   *>������     >  telegrams wore all sent to false addresses, and when the victims arrived  they found that nothing was known  of the treasure scheme at the address  given them.  Branches of the syndicate operated  at Bilbao, Saragossa, Seville and other  Spanish towns.  The   average   free   show  juct about that much.  ls   worth  No Means of Escape  They wore on parade when the Irish  jffi.Ewevv'F^HaH^wf^uvi,"Wxi.'nxi\w.'aT j drill-sergeant stopped dead in front of  "*'"" '"    the  newest  recruit    and     eyr-d    him  THERAPJON ������r'���������!*-&  ttfrn (lie r������m������-ty tor vour* own ailment. Unn't Hnd ������ cunt.  _Jr������������l*t������l(rFnCe. Ni-j (ollowiip'clrniil.irti. Dm I.KCMtRC  HKO.CO, IIAVliJlaXOCKIt.il. ilAMI-StlUAU, I.llSDu.l.UNO.  SJON'T **vn*"t������ yonr t lin������ f'i'.rtirinfi  ��������� out why a black hon  lftys n  ���������White agg;.   Oct busy nnd jump  ���������Into   your   LEATHER    LAlJl.i.  ,p^rKJ:-MAr_4S anil ^ct, tlie cft-g.  Only fools are certain, Tommy. Wise  men  hesitate.  Are you sure, uncle?  Yes, certain ot It!  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  THK M KV. TIIK  l-T.O  ��������� THE ���������  Leather Label  OVER-HAUL COMPANY, LIMITED,  ; ���������MANT'i'A'Ti'nr.u:. <-f  HIbH  Orad* American Over-Haul*,  WAI,--{(.VILLI!*.. oNTAUItV    -mrnmm    Xmkrn     m...*    -���������H     -.-II     It    ���������-..���������.    uultt, WlirtH Will rCIUllT tllC flTC -I I I f'B t.  T������t*i'*> thin  out and  mull   it to ui vwitn . .   ,    .  ���������m..n.m* unit .tlrt^M ������nrt ui. w nrt     ii,. ll (It,    11 MHl 1,'llt I V .       f ll'IT      llll-      I'XCII'H-  yoAjon* of our colabratad   CORN COB    tfiurn away liy iiiiImk I Inllnwiiv'.i Corn  **������i^n:������r l-HUE. i r'ur". whlfrh nctH tlioroiinrhly anil pain-  Htoadily   from   top   to   too   before   he  burst out:  Arrah!   an'   hero's  a  nice   state  of  affairs.      How dare ye come hero and  "land  before a dacent man  lolke mo-  self   covered   In   dus*   from   bend   lo  I foot?    j\ns\ver me when 1 spaho to yc.  I     With knocking knoorf, ihe now thnr-  ! oiiRhly   wrotched   recruit   ondenvorod  tu hijiioi������������������/.!��������� in ;i fi/w  vvi'll-chmM-ii words  I nt" fxplniintion, but. hla atiomptH woro  rii(l������ly   overborne   by   a   further   tor-  rent of words from the sorpoant, who  (airly   bellowed:  V.i  would   nnswor  me.     would    y?  Simko at, yez peril!      \'o\v tell nie, ye  i f-palpco-n,  what, have yo bo-on doln' to  i yo/, nice new nn.'.forin?  1      Af*n!n   tho  liowlldorod  ror-'nilt   open-'  ' '������������������I :-. <���������������������������*.jv..H������>n������ m-ou*-h :i" n prollmlmiry '  ; to Hjioorh. but tlio violent volco of the  suporinr broko In oni-i* iiKiiln.  Tain* euro, lie H>hoiili-il. Oi can hour  i yi-,      Tf vo answer nw> whon I nnake  i to ye,  I'll  hnvo  yo iirroi+tr-d  for lnso-  , 1-f-iioo.    An' If yo don't anrwor whon T,  ; Hi'iikou to yo, I'M m<uu1 yo to the giuinl ,  room   for  fllHolviliouoo.  Sheer Force,of Habit  Teased Into It, Boole had accompanied hiH wife on an excursion to the  realms of barguliiH, and In tlio enormous building, with Its many department's, had become separated from his  hotter half.  For an hour at least ho remained  lounging Impatiently at. tho Junction of  many wiiyn, where HI'ls, Hlalrw, and  passages met,- and then, 1.1 rod and  angry ho approached an Irreproachable- fi'hopwalkor.  Sir, ho Hii.kl to tbo frool--oontoil and  Htiavo attendant In tones of righteous  Indignation, I've lout, my wife.-  Buck camo the reply, with stunning  force:  Third floor and ovor tho bridge for  flu* mourning doimrlinent..  But Boole waited on.  but the deepest purses." The extravagance iu stockings has grown in inverse ratio to the thickness of the  material. '       ���������  A shop near the Opera sells stocTc-  ings at %2 a pair at the cheapest. An  inquiry for the most expensive produced some at $200 and $240 a pair,  made of, Chantilly lace, Mechline lace  or tissue of gold.  In the Rue de la Palx a fashionable  purveyor of white underwear stated  that he had no trousseaux under $100,  and that $10 and $20 were the prices  for cheap nightdresses. ...Another  shop of the same kind making a specialty of corsets has quite cheap ones  at $15 and a little better quality at  $20; but of course, said the shopkeeper, when a lady wants a really fashionable corset she has to pay for it.  PILES CUBED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  Yonv ilt-nucrlst will refund money if PASO  OINTMENT faPls to enr<* nny chrp of Jtch-  iii-T' Hliml, BleedinR or Protrudint. Piles  in G to 14 days.    50c. ������  ���������'tip to  Date  Of course you know the story of the  Irishman who was painting a fence  and who worked for till ho was worth  in order that ho might get IiIb Job llii-  lahod before the paint gave out.  It was ono of those Jokes our grandmothers laughed at boforo our grandfathers   bought   razors.  The hero again, Is an Irishman, but  this tlmo not a painter. Oh, no,  a chauffeur driving his master homo  from the country lalo ono evening.  The noarer the car approached tho  town  the  faster It   wont, until,  when  about ton mllos out, It was travelling  at something llko fifty miles an hour.  Stoady. man, steady! crlod, Uio  master to his sorvant. If you go on  llko this we shall got hold up by the  police.  But the Irishman sot IiIb lips firmly, mado the car go faster still, then  IiIhhuiI:    ij  We're Htlll nine niMos from homo,  sir, and I've only enough petrol for  throe. If wo hurry we muy Just do  it.  The Best  rarrn Luoricanis  Oil  heavy, short-cut oil for farm  machinery  ���������?< ?  Clings to the bearings and ssisures the least  possible friction and wear.    Moisture and  changes of temperature do not' affect it.  The choice of the most successful farmers.  STANDARD  Gas Engine Oil  Used  and  recommended  fey the lead-     ���������  ing engine builders all over the country.  Keeps its  body at, high ten.pera.ur'  Equally good for external bearings.  El Dorado Castor Machine Oil  Capitol Cylinder Oil  Thresher Hard Oil  Silver Star Engine Kerosene  Imperial Motor Gasoline  ,   Mica Axle Grease  Stock carried at 300 tank and warehouse  stations in Western Canada. For addresoes,  nfirA lists- etc-j- write ass***' aseHscvi      -  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited  Ms!a  Qfftemt  WINNIPEG  Regina,    Mooae    Jaw,    Saskatoon,   _���������*/$���������*  Edmonton,     Calgary,    Lethbridge? V^  Vancouver.  Well Put  Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish at one of hor  boautlful dinners In New York, said  of a woman whoso daughters had all  married woll:  A woman llko thai hnitoB to loso  her daughters���������and yot���������woll, I suppose her foellngs aro pretty well expressed hy the homely otory of tho  washer-woman.  A washerwoman whoso five girls  had married woll was loft all alone  wlllh her old htiftbnnd, but who suld  pbllo-ophlcully about the girls' loss:  1 ml HMOS 'em und I wants 'em; but  golly, I nilBHHH 'om moro'n 1 wants  'om.  Nature Doctor's Fortune  Ijondon.���������Gustav Probst, locksmith  and nature doctor, has died at Soloth-  burn, Switzerland, loading a fortune  of $140,000, uma&Bod from 35 cent fees  for his modlclno, whlo.li' constated of  cases of pounded rhenbarb and beot-  root.  London, England.,���������Sudbury, (Suffolk) town council has approvod of a  site on Market hill for a memorial to  Thomas dalnoboroiigh, tho' famous}  artist, a native of the town. Tho memorial has been subscribed for chiefly  by London artists.  H **W*l*Ow������ .....���������.���������.............  I  H'<i���������r*a_l*r'������ n������ni".  . Prov.  T*rr.������..  W.N.U.    941  lively.  P.-uiprr   Boy   Wlnfi   n   flr.holnrnlilp     I  London.���������A   boy   ������l.   Iho   Mllo   Kiul:  wm iUiiMH/- niiiiii'Mi ;-iiiiini, .iK������"i  I i yi'iirH  , ... ... I       ,    . ... l.. r .        ....       il * '  tlirookyenrn nl  tho school of the Coup-  i-rn' f'ompany.  ***&   ^W JmWmm   m*m^  CLEANS THE HAND'S  No inattor l'.i������w trolled tlicy are.  (m.n-:i!.t*, Ink. ami all other titaiiiii  couu* oil with Simp. Leaves the*  hiiiidn Hofl ������nd white.   AntlHcptlc.  ,41.1. /J/.W/./iA'.V ,si:u. Si\AI>  SNAP COMPANY. IIMITEU.  II  Not True to Life  Tin '-.cjii (if n man who bad lu-cii u  great. phllant.hroplBt wolcomod a visitor to his olllce. The talk turned on  tho t'lircior of tho fathci* of the young  mail.  It. waa a great blow to everybody,  my I'uther'a d-cath, lamontcd the  youth. By tho way, hole's thn last  portrait, painted of hiin.  Ilo led tho vlul.tor to where hung  j on the wall a large porlriuM of the  I ill-Mil ii'iiliiiiHiriHilK,! ili'lilrl Inn. bun iih  | 1,'iiiidlui'. orccl. with his right hand In  1 Ih  pocket.  -      A   inn'   plooe of  work, wild  (he  vist-  j Hor grimly, hut It's not true to llfo.  i Nobody ever nuvv your father with hlo  hand la hlu own pook'tt.  MuMrcal.    I j to  payj I'llili.  "���������-"!��������� .J       U' 1 liiippon to be Paul I do.  London.���������A , chimney nliaft a hundred foot high has boon orootod In  rarkhouse-stroet, Cnmborwoll, by ������  laundry company, and when onlv one  brick remnlned to be placed In th** ro|*,  Miss Munlock. dau_htor of th j manng-  ing director, climbed up tho Jmjtdo of  tho shaft and flxoa it.  School master* as Censors  Berlin.���������Owlrg to the charactor of  many cinematograph shows ln Berlin  and Inadequate police supervision, the  Hcliuulinii.nl������'*r*i linVti dnisMr'H'I to" forrr.  a committee ot censorship.  I hen Mo   l ells You  When  one   meetn    m  frlond    thoae  days one doe*.*, not i*ay:   lln-w do  you  do? But, How is your cold?���������and as  a rule, one gotn away with It.  i uno  . . m.    I.  1*1 lllll.'J        1 .Ml....  lan't, ll  tlmo  yours had  son-iothlng  to say?  Private Trading on Warohlpo  Ijondon.���������-A naval ordor, Issued at  Portsmouth, forbldu bootmakers and  harbors to gd In warships',' and In*  structs coinnuindlng oillcers to prevent  tunln.ctor'i from carrying on jirlvulo  trading aboard vosBela.  Dr. Morse's  Indian Root Pills  are made according to a formula in  uuc nearly a century ago among the*  Indiana, and learned from them by  "Or, Mnrw. Thonjh rmpmnt+tl r������r������  tempt* have been made, by physician.* and chiiinlati. it hat been found  impoBHible to improve the formula or  the pills. Dr. Morse'* Indian Root  Pllla are a household remedy throughout the world for Constipation and  it.! Kidney and Liver troubles.   I hw  .. ..    ....... 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SYNOPSIS  Although a good scholar, Elnora Com  atocit, entering h!sh school, ia abashed oy  her country dress. Sho needs **20 for  books and tuition fees. Her mother is  unsympathetic, and Binora tells her troubles to WeBley Sinton. an old neighbor.  When Binora was born her father was  drowned in a awamp, embittering her  -mother's life. Elnora determines to raise  money by gathering forest specimens.  Tho Siatons buy clothes for her.  Binora, getting her books cheaply, finds  a market with the Bird Woman for butterflies, Indian relics, etc.  Mra. Con-stock's devotion to her husband's memory wiii not permit her to.  sell trees or have oil wells dug en her  land. Tho Sintons bring Binora hew  clothing.  Elnora is delighted with her outfit. Hen  mother says.she mu9t pay for it. Wesley and Margaret Sinton discuss tbe girl's  affairs.,  Pete Corson, a Limberlost frequenter,  warns Binora not to visit the Limberlost  at night or go far Into tho swamp at any  time. ���������.'..-'���������.  CHAPTER X.  wherein Siiiy creates a sensation in  the Sinton Heme. ?.'":-.  Wesley looked straight at Margaret,  so intently that she turned away, her  face flushing. He stacked the diction-,  ary and the geography of the "world  on a chair and lifted Billy beside him.  He heaped a plate generously, cut tha  aimmy ana Belle they sleep on the  store box too., i sleep between them  so's 1 don't 'roil off and crack my head.  Ain't you got a store box and a old  coat?"  Sinton arose and opened a folding  lounge. Then he brought an armload  of clean borse blankets from a closet.  'These don't look like the nice white  bed a little boy should have, Billy," lie  said, ''but we'll make them do. This  will beat a store box ail hollow.''  Billy took a long leap for the lounge.  When he found it bounced he proceeded to bounce until he*was tired. By  that time the blankets had to be refolded. Wesley had Billy take one end  end help, while both of tbem seemed  to enjoy the Job. Then Billy lay down  and curled up in his clothes like a little  dog. But sleep -would not come. Finally be sat up. He stared around restlessly. Then he arose, went to Sinton  and leaned against bis knee. Sintonr  picked up tbe boy and folded bis arms  around him. Billy sighed ia rapturous  content. "~~  "Tbat bed feels so lost like," he said.  "Jimmy always jabbed me on one side  and Beiie on tbe other, and so I knew  I was there." , ���������       .   .  Bins slid from Simon's arms and  walked toward Margaret until be  reached the middle of tbe room. Then  he stopped and at last sat on the floor.  Finally be lay. down and closed bis  eyes. "This feels more like my bed;  if only Jimmy and Belle was here to  crowd op a. little so *t wasn't so alone  like."  j "Won't I So. Billy"." asked Sinton in  a husky voice.  Billy moved restlessly. "Seems like  ������������������seems like���������toward night as if a body  got kind o' lonesome for a woman person���������like her."  Billy    Indicated    Margaret.    "Ton  don't  like  boys,  do  yon?"   he ques*  ; turned.  |   "1 like good boys," said Margaret.  Biily was at ber knee Instantly.  "Well. say. I'm a good boy." he announced joyously.  j "1 do not think boys who hurt helpless kittens and pull out turkeys' tails  are good boys."  I "Yes,'but I didn't hurt the klties^"  explained Billy. "They got mad "nout  1st  a   little  fun   and   scratched  each  food, put a fork into Billy's little fist  and made him eat slowly and properly,   other.  ^1 didn't s'pose they'd act like  Billy did bi3 best   Occasionally greed   tbat.    And  i didn't pull ���������***- *���������������������������-���������'������  overcame Mm, and he used his left  hand to pop a bite Into his mouth with  his fingers.   These lapses Wesley patiently overlooked and went oo with  his general instructions.   Luckily Billy  did not spill anything on his clothing j  or tbe cloth. After supper Wesley took j  him to the barn until he finished t!*._  night work. Then  ie went and sat by \  Margaret on the front porch.  Billy appropriated the hammock and swung by  pulling a rope tied around a tree.   Tho  very energy with which he went at  tbe work of swinging himself appealed  to Wesley.  "Mercy,   but  he's  an   active   little '  _odyj" he said.   "There isn't a iazy  bone in iiim. See how he works to nay .  for: bis fun."  "There goes his foot through it"'  cried Margaret "Wesley, he shall not  ruin my hammock."  "Of course he shan't!" said Wesley.  ���������"Wait, Billy; let me show you."  Thereupon be explained to Billy that  ladies wearing beautiful white dresses  sat m hammocks, so little boys must  not put their dusty feet in them. Tbey  must just sit in tbem and let their feet  hang down. Billy immediately sat and  ���������{lowed his feet to swing.  And i didn't pull tbe turkey's  tail. I 1st held on to the first tbiag 1  grabbed and the turkey pulled. Honest. It was the turkey pulled." He  turned, tb Sinton. "You tell her.  Didn't the turkey pull? I didn't know  its tall was loose, did !?���������  -I don't think you did. Billy,"' said  Floton.      , ������  RUly stared into Mar-ferret's eok-  fu<_. "Sometimes at night Belle slt*  pn the door and I lay my head In her  lap. i could pull up a chair and lay  my head In your lap���������like this, I  mean." Billy'nulled up a chair, climbed on it and laid bis head on Marga  refs lap. Tbeu ?he shut his eyes  again. .Margaret could have iooked  little more repulsed if be had been.a  snake.  Silly was soon up. ,  "My, but your lap Is hard." he said  "And yon nre n good deal - fatter an  Belle, too." He slid from tlie chair  and came back to the middle of tbe  room.  -Oh. but I wlsht ray pa wasn't  dead!" he cried Tin- flood broke and  Blll.v spii'iutiPil In desperation.  Out of the night n soft. \y.*irm younn  figure Hashed through the door and  with a swoop .''aught him In tier arras  '���������Margaret," said Sinton after a long  *5!'*' dropped into a einiir. nestled him  silence on tho porch, "isn't it true thafi  if Billy had been & half starved.sore  cat, dog or animal of any sort that you  would have pitied and helped care for  lt and been glad to see me get any  pleasure out of it I could?"  'Tes," said Margaret coldly.  "But because I brought a child with  an Immortal soul there is no welcome."  "That isn't a child.   It's an animal."  "You just said you would have welcomed an animal."  "Not a wild one. I meant a tame  beajst."  "tjiiiy is not a beast," said Wesley  hotly. "He Is a very dear little boy,  Manrarot .you've alwa.vs dom-* th*  church going nnd Bible reading for this  family. How do you reconcile that 'suffer little children to come unto me'  with tho way you nro treutlng BUJy?"  Margaret arose. "1 haven't treated  tbat child. I have only let him alone.  I can barely hold myself. He needs  the bldo tnuticd about off blm."  "If you'd en rod to look at his body  j-you'd know that you couldn't find a  ���������-.place to strike without cutting into a  ,*raw spot." mild Sinton. "Besides, Billy  ,������b������H uot dono a thing for which o child  .should be punished. He ls only full of  i life, no training and wltb u boy's love  vOf mischief. Ilo Is just c bully Uttlo  ���������chap, und I lovo hlni."  "Oil. good bea venal" cried Margaret,  tffolug into the house as Hho spoke.  CHAPTER XI.  ���������Wherein Mr*. Cormtook and Mr*. Sin*  tori Clash Over Billy.  IN TON nnt still.    At last  Hilly,  tired of (he swing, en ine to hhn  aud   leaned   uin   *.a_ui   oudy  against the big knee.  "Am, I going to sloop Uori'V" he asked.  "Suro you tiro." salt! Sinton.  "Whoro con ho sloop?" ho asked Margaret.  "I'm suro I don't know," sho arij  ���������werod.  "Oh, I cun sleep 1st nny place," said  Wily, "on tho floor or nny whoro. Homo  i. wiueu on mh'm fiim <>u n more uox. und  closely nnd -drooped her fragrant  brown head over his little bullet eyed  red one and rocked softly as ���������������������������lif  crooned over him:  "Billy, boy. where have you heon?  Oh, I have been to seek a wlfo.  She's Ihe loy of my life.  But, then, she's a young thi ok. and she  can't leave her mammy!"  Billy grlpppd her with a death grip  minora wiped IiIh eyes, kissed his face,  swayed and sung.  "Do you love me tight as that?" he  questioned blissfully.  "Yes, bushels nnd bushels," said minora. "Better than any little boy in  tbe whole world."  Billy looked at Margaret. "She don't!"  be said. "She don't want me here 't  all."  Elnora smothered his face against  ber breast and rocked.  ���������"You love me. don't you?" bo said.  "1 will If you will go to sleep."  '���������Every single day you will givo mo  your dinner for tho bologna, won't  you?" wild Billv.  "Yos, I will," replied Itllnora. "But  you will have as good lunch as I do  i after this.    You will have milk, eggs.  ! chicken, all kinds of good things, Uttlo  j pk'H and cukes, maybe."  | Billy shook his head. "I um' going  back homo soon ns It Is light," ho said.  "She don't waut mo. Sho thinks I'm  a bad boy. She's going to whip ma���������  if ho lets her. Sho said so. I heard  her. Oh. I wish ho luuln't died! I  want to go homo." Billy shrieked  again.  Mrs. Comstock had started to walk  slowly and meet Binora.   Tho girl had  i boon ho line that her mother reached  the _iiHuu gale and eiuiio up tho putli  until tlio picture lunldo beeuiuo visible  Elnorn hud fold her about Sinton taking Billy homo, Mrs. Comstocl* hnd  somo curiosity to seo how Margaret  bore iho unexpected addition to lior  family. Billy's voice, raised with excitement, was plainly audible -h������  could seo ICInorn holding him nud henr  his excited wall. Slnton's face warn  drawn  an''   ���������e*"-nrd  and   Mun_irot-  bj-1" ana denant a very imp ot perversity entered the breast of Mrs. Comstock and danced there.  "Holty, tolty!" she said as sh_ suddenly appeared in the door. "Blest If  I ever heard a man making sounds like  that before!"  Billy ceased suddenly. Mrs. Corn-  stock was tall,: angular, and her hair  was prematurely white, rOr she was  only thirty-sis, though she looked fifty.  But there was an expression on her  usually cold face tbat was ^attractive  just then, and Billy waa In'search of  attractions.  *'Dq. you like boys?" he questioned.  "If there is anything j Jove It is a  boy," said Mrs. Comstock assurlngly.  Billy was on the floor.  "Do you like dogs?"  "Yes. almost as well as boys. I n.m  going to.buy a dog just as soon as 1  can find a good one."  Billy swept toward hor with a whoop.  "Do you want n buy?" he shouted:  Katharine Comstock stretched out  her arms; amd gathered him hi.  "Of course I want a boy J" she re  Juiced.  "Maybe you'd like to have me?" of  fered. Billy.  '���������Sure 1 would." triumphed Mrs. Com  stock.    "Any one would like to have  you.    You are just a real boy. Billy."  "Will you take Snap?"  "I'd like to have Suap almost as well  as you."  "Mother!" breathed Elnora Imploringly. "Don't! Oh. don't I He thinks  you mean it!"  "And so I do mean it." said Mrs  Comstock. "I'll take him in a jiffy. 1  throw away enough to feed.a little  tyke like bim every day. His chatter  would be great company while you are  gone. Blood soon can be purified with  right food and baths, and as for Snap  I meant to get a bulldog,, but possibly  Snap will serve just as well. All I ask  of a dog is io bark at the right time.  I'll do the rest Would you like to  come and be my boy, Billy?"  Billy leaned against Mrs. Comstock.  reached his arms around her neck and  gripped her with all his puny might  "You oan whip me all you want to," he  said.   "1 won't make a sound."  Mrs. Comstock held him closely and  her hard face was softening. Of that  there could not be a doubt  "You like boys!" exulted Billy, and  his head dropped against Mrs. Com  stock in unspeakable content.  "Yes, and if I don't have to carry you  the whole way home we must, start  right now," said Mrs. Comstock. "You  are going to be asleep before you know  it."  "Biiiy, are you going io Jeave without even saying goodby to me?" asked  Sinton, with a great gulp in his throat.  Billy held tight to Mrs. Comstock and  Elnora.  "Goodby!" he said casually. "I'll  come and see you some time."  Wesley Sinton gave a smothered sob  and strode from the room.  Mrs. Comstock started for the door,  dragging at Billy as Elnora pulled  back, but Mrs. Sinton was before them,  her eyes Sashing.  "Kate Comstock, you think you are  mighty smart, don't you?" she cried.  "I ain't in the lunatic asylum, where  yon belong, anyway," said Mrs. Com  stock. -"I am smart enough to tell a  dandy boy when 1 see him, and I'm  good and glad to get him. I'll love to  have him!"  "Weli,   yon   won't  have   him!"  ex  claimed Margaret Sinton.    "That bo.v  is Wesley's.   He got him and brought  him here.    Vou can't come In and take  him like that.    Let go of him!"  Wesley Sinton appeared behind Mar  gnrot In the doorway, and she turned  to him. "Make Kate Comstock let go  of our hoy!" she demanded.  "Billy, t-sbe wants you uow." said  Wesley Sinton. "She won't whip you.  and she won't let any one else. You  -iii have sijK'ks of good things to eat.  ride In the carriage and bave a great  tiuio.   Won't you stay with usV"  Billy drew away from Mrs. Com  stock and Klnoru.   ���������  He fneed Margaret, his eyes shrewd  with iihchlldish wisdom. Necessity  had taught blm to strike tbe hot iron,  to drive tho hard bargain.  "Can I bu've Snap to live hero always?" ho demanded.  "Yos, you can huvo all tho doga yon  want," said Margaret Sinton.  "Can 1 sleep close enough no's I can  touch you?"  "Yos. Ton can move your lounge  up so tbat you can. hold my hand,"  Ha Id Margaret.  "Do you loro mo now?" questioned  Billy.  "I'll try to lovo you If you are a  good boy," said Margaret.  "Then I guess I'll stay," said Billy,  walking over to her.  Out In the night Eliiora and her  uiothor  weut  down   the  road, In  the  moonlight, nnd ovory fow rods Mrs.  Comstock laughed aloud.  "Mother, 1 don't understand you,"  sobbed Binora.  I "Woll, maybe whon you havo gone  to high school long you will," said Mrs.  Comstock. "Anyway, you uuiv mo  bring Mug Sinton to bor senses, didn't  you?"  ���������*��������� m ,        ��������� * * ��������� ���������  On Sunday, whllo Mrs. Comstock was  In town with tho Sintons. Elnora, although repeatedly cautioned not to on-  tor tho JLImberloHt nlono. wont aftor  upeel uicuu uud was soon carrying tivo  tflna cocoons of different species ns  1.1.1 4U1VIU1I. f-iiiu pustiou back nor  hair, nnd gazed around longingly.   A.  xew soots inside e_e thought she saw  cocoons on a bush, to which she  went and found several. Sense of caution was rapidly vanishing; she was  in a fair way to forget everything and  plunge into the, ewanap' when she  thought sbe beard footsteps coming  down the trail. She went back and  came out almost facing Pete Corson. ���������  That ended her difficulty* She bad  known bim since childhood. When she  sat on the front bench of the Brushwood schoolhouse Pete bad been one of  ���������I*������������������  ^___3E  ���������   MMwati^  - ������-������V   WW-r**������W������la  THE   HOME  '    or  THE  TRANSIENT  fix  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  THE BEST AND MOST^^  POPULAR HOTEL IN  THE KOOTENAY&  Run on strictly up-to-date  lines. Unexcelled service in  all departments, __itcj_er*  staff (including cook) all  white ladies. Every co__foft  and attention given to guests  The bar   is  supplied with'  only the best brand of goods.  Porters Meet Trains  6  g   W  . A, MB RON, MANA&mR  a-ri������i_.l.���������_IU________������-H___w_______-_____ |||jl||MIII|l|l||l|llf*lllllli-lll  PROFESSIONAtS  the big boys at tbe back of the room  He had been rough and wild, but she  never had been afraid of bim, and often be had giveri her pretty things  from the swamp.  ' "What- luck!" she cried. "I premised  mother 1 would not go inside the  swamp alone, and will you look at the  cocoons I've found! There are more  just screaming for me to come get  them, because the leaves will fall witb  the first frost, and then the jays and  crows will begin to tear them open. 1  haven't much time, since I'm going to  school. You will go with me,'Pete!  Please say yes!   Just a little way!"  "What are those things?" asked the  man, his keen black eyes fast upon her.  "They are the cases these big caterpillars spin for winter, and in the-  spring they come out great night  moths, and I can sell them. Oh. Pete.  I can sell?them for enough to take me  through high school aud dress me so  like the rest that I don't look different, and if 1 have very good luck 1  can save some for college. Pete, please  go with me!"  "Why don't you go like you ulways  have?"  '���������Well,  the truth  Is.  i   had a  little  scare," said Eliiora.  "1 never did menu  to go alone.   Sometimes 1 sort of wan  dered inside farther thau  I  intended  ebiisl.ng   things.     Vou   know   I>uui-;.i.  gave me  Freckles"  books, und  I   have  ueeii   gathering   moths   like   he   did  Lately  I  found  I could sell them,    il  I'can make a complete collection I 'can  trfiet $300 for it    Three such collecthui.-  would take me almost through eollegi  and I've four years in ihe high school  yet.   That's a long time.   1 might get  ;h������s_."  "Cun every kind there Is be fouud  here?"  "No;, uot all of them, but when I get  more than 1 need of one kind I can  trade them 'with collectors farther  north and west so 1 can complete sets.  It's the only way I see to earn the  money. Look what I have already.  Big gray cecropias come from this  kind, brown polyphemus from that and  green lunas from these. You areu't  working on Sunday. Go with mo just  uu hour, Pete!"  Tho man looked at her narrowly.  She was young, wholesome and beautiful. She was Innocent, Intensely in  earnest nud sho needed tbe money���������be  knew that  "You didn't tell me what scared you,"  bo said.  "Oh, I thought 1 did! Why, you  know, 1 had Freckles* box packed full  of moths aud specimens, and one evening I sold some to tho Bird Woman.  Next morning 1 found a note telling  mo It wasn't safo to go inside tbe  swamp. That sort of scared me. 1  think I'll go alone rather than miss tho  cbuneo, but I'd bo so happy If you  would tako care of mo. Thon I could  go anywhere 1 chose, bocauso if I  mired you could pull mo out. Yon will  tako care ojfjne. Pete?"   Children and Influences.  The reason why children so pn-u'ly  ootilraul the mion, gestures and habits  of thoir BurroniKlinus is that they  have no power of resistance Everything outside them ia stronger than  thomsolvca, ond they have to borrow  from all outward influences for their  cim "ji<>v\ th; Ik-uco they are good,  ehoorfii.T and contented or bad, morose  nnd 'discouraged, just according to  their surroundings. ��������� MaronJiolfo**,-  Bulow.  TIMBER SALE No. XIO  SEALED TENDERS will.be received 1  by tlie Minister of Lands not later than  noon on the 3rd day of March, 1013, for  the purchase of Licence No. XiO to cut  12,130,000 feet, B. M., 93,000 railway  lies. 16,000 cedar poles on Lot No. 274,  Group 1, Kootenay District, near Cres-  ron.  Particulars of Chief Forester, Victoria  B. O. no28  R. STEWART  Real Estate. Loans and General Brokerage/  Special   represeneative,   The   Nationa  Realty Company  -fr-  TIMBER SALE No. Xll  SEALED TENDERS will be received  by the Minister of Lands not later than  noon on the 3rd day of March, 1913, for  the purchase of Licence No. Xll to cut  2,520,000 feet B, M...45,000 railway-ties  4, ((0 (icir i (lis on Lots No. 3877,  3878, Group 1, Kootenay District, near  Creston.  Particulars of Chief. Fcfester, VicfcOEia  B. C. no 38   > ~  TIMBER SALE No. X13.  SEALED TENDERS will be received  by the Minister of Lauds not later than  noon on the 3rd day of Maroh; 1913, for  the purchase of Licence No. X12 to cut  6,440,000 feet B. M., 10,600 railway-ties,  3,500 cedar poles, on Lot 491, Gronp 1,  Kootenay District, near Creston.  Particulars of Chief Forester, Victoria  B. C. no 28   ������������������   TIMBER SALENoXIS.  Creston  B.C.  DENTISTRY  H. E. KALxTd. D, S.  Office   over   Frank Parks Hardware  rjtore���������Baker Street.  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LIMITED  405 Broadway,  Winnipeg  BUREAU OF BRAINS  2244  Smith   Street,  Regina  820 Thirteenth Ave., W.  Caigary  He yawned, stretched himself, won-, ^^s^g^^g^^s^^BMSA  Business Posts for Men From British  Universities  London, England.���������A bureau of  brains, or, as it Is formerally styled a  ���������Business Appointments Bureau." ls  now being formed to conduct a campaign in favor of a moVe bracing ami  vigorous life on the part of our educated young men.  . H. E. Morgan, of Messrs. W. H.  Smith & Son, whose article on The  Dignity of Business, was recently  quoted in the Daily Mail, supports the  scheme in an article in the Review of  Reviews. The bureau, be poims out,  will bring home to educated young  men the specific place in business that  they aro fitted to till; it will convince  business men of the necessity for  fresh brains as well as fresh methods;  and it will act in co-operation with existing appointments, boards and sim-  lar organizations to bring qualified applicants for business posts into touch  with suitable business houses.  The bureau, contends Mr.   Morgan,1  should bave command of all tho talent |  available from public schools and mil  versifies.  dered what was wrong���������then remem-    bered!      He had made a fool of him-i =   self the  previous evening;   impatient j voice was ca.lmer than Scribner's and  and lured perhaps by the twilight and | just  as  c.on;6mptuous.  fhe   sad   hauuting   beauty   of  Iris  -de:     Is it? the iatter vanned.      Well, it  Fontaigne,   he   had   in   his  haste   to! wiI1 remajn so  win her, lost her, maybe, irrevocably.! l hold your "promissory note, re-  At the time passion had blinded him, meniber Unless th;* interest is oaid  to everything else but his desire to- Within a week. I shall sue vou on  win the woman his heart craved. it> atul for the whole amount.  Now, at the birt-h of a new day, with Scribner felt as if a bombshell had  the sunshine streaming into his room; S1lddeulv exploded a. his feet. Ho  worldly point of view came to him j was tCH; infUriatecl and too surprised  He yawned, turned over on his side; to  replv        Throwing    his    cigarette  ������_w������*l      43lnCO**l     ,^*" ��������������� **������     S\*'*-*rx /~_ r*t s\ rs     OCoin      t'Tl O   i     . .  . X. . , ^       *"   , .. ,  ������������__ -eiOs���������"_ -mo v-ji-co.      wn-e u,aui..njt j m tne nrepiace he took a turn up and  servant entered his    room    and    laid; down the room  his letters on the table beside the, Look here {h5s isn-t p*,avin,g the  bed. Scribner swore, sat upright game> ,he ^^ at lasl as easily as h,.  and glanced at them- The shape of COuId. what happened, what the  the envelopes warned him of their, jeuoe do you know?  contents; bills, advertisements, a- Tbe money-ie-ndei" replied with a  couple of invitations, perhaps���������and' auiet laugil wnlch echoed strangely in  a communication from Aaron Roberts, gcribuer's ears. It was as if -thai  Tossing all the othor letters contempt-; iauga had awakened innumerable  uously aside, he opened this one.(ghosts which haunted the e-mimou-  the Jew could not be pressing tor; placej vet luxuriously furnished oniee:  payment of the last loan yet; though   ghosts of all the fO0iish men and wo-  m-en   who  had   come  to  this  man   of  money,  this collector and  hoarder oi\  gold���������who  had   come   to   borrow   ami <  he utier-  ARE YOU USING  WJm  unit ������ li  ^"a.   i  *Tr������_.  Iftw. .if Ah"*!.  me Jam ot Absolute  Purity  JUST LIKE  ������4?  he -had  an  uncanny  and   unpleasant;  habit of  knowing    the    business    of|  every  other  man  in   London,  it   was:  impossible  erts.  Cf  ivery otner man in _-_aon. u wa*,; gold_who had com* to hot  mpossible that even ne, Aaron Rob-, returned to pav to pav to :  srts. could have divined the fact that; mosc farthing for their" folly,  3/.wVitiow    xiro o    f,    |.oio/.forl     lo*.*!*.!*  He read the type-written communication  eagerly;   it  was   merely  a  re-1  quest that he would call that morning, j  Tearing it up he dressed and  break-:  fasted,   then     strolled   through     the  Park.       A   good   many   people   were  still exercising their livers in Rotton :���������  Row;  he exchanged greetings with a  few, and leaning over che rails stop- ���������  ped to talk with Miss Van Gooch. the:  ugly      middle-aged    daughter    of    a;  wealthy  American   who  had   made  a'  fortune   in   patent   medicines.       She;  was   fat,   she   was  coarse,  she   spoKe;  loudly and  nasally, but Scribner did j  his best to make himself pleasant and |  apparently succeeded.      He knew she'  was  hunting  a   title   in   England;   if;  she failed to hook a duke, she might j  be only'too glad to accept him. j  It would be the last resource of the  indigent, he told himself, as h  ed away.    The thought of being tied j "������������������ ^ .,  to  Miss  Van  Gooch  for  life   was un- j "  bearable���������but so was bankruptcy and i  disgrace. |  He   reached   the   moneylender's   of-j  flee half an hour late.      To keep Aaron Roberts waiting was the only way  in which he could express    his    contempt for him.  Mr. Roberts is engaged, the eagle-  iike Faber shrieked, rubbing his hands  together. There's the morning paper; he expected you here an hour  ago.  I daresay he did, Scribner replied  insolently. Tell him I'm here and  can't wait.  Whon Scribner was shown into Rob-  MADE  Canbekad from your  Grocer  Packed in Gold Lined  Paits  Scribner  wondered     suddenly     how  msnv :ui-ed men    and    women    had  stood   facing   this     implacable     J'ew.i  finding themselves  suddenly  stripped.  of their possessions, robbed of happi-' ��������� - -������������������---������������������'-ii'".**   .    .     ,~  ness. of home   of love, of honor    And | oaid know   that. cail>t     et  .or the nr^ time tear entered his; blood out o{ a 9t0ne and by- gad 1*11  hear and he began -o realise his; make it hot foP you and Saintsbury.  poai.. on. i *romQrrow all London sh*���������i know whv  Jioure  ao*  playing the game,  Rob-   -iimmy Francks chucked Iris de _._-  erts. he stammered.      Give me time. I taigne   an^   mawio-   _i.h   saniT>t5si*.nrv,.<  Tne     moneylender    was    standing" daughter  in the window looking down into Bond!  Street now.    The wealth and fashion-  of the greatest city in the world pour-;  ed through the street in e<������t* and ���������"������������������"���������-!  The Unexpected Happened  Mrs. Mulligatawny needed a change  ot air. The doctor was emphatic on  this poiul. Her husband, however,  being unable to go with her, she went  alone, retiring as usual to* her favorite  holiday   haunt..  On the morning after her arrival  ���������sho smUl'Mily discovered that, she had  como away without her watch. Thinking, therefore, that, she must have  dropped it on the thick carpet in the  dining-room, she forthwith wired to  the maid at home:  Uet me know if you find anything  oil the carpet in the dining-room.  In duo course she received a letter  in reply:  Wear Madam,���������I was to let you  know if I'found anything on the dining-room carpet. This ls what I  found this morn.ng���������^uree c.iampagns  corks, eighteen cigar ends, five cigarette ends, thirty-six burnt matches,  and���������  But-Mrs. Mullieatawny did not read  further. And when her husband'returned home from the office that evening he found bis faithful spouse awaiting him.  (S,/  f..,^vs,Utmkm*XamA  Prepare Yourself  For Winter'a Worst  Don't  wait   till you  have  cauf*ht on* of those nasty colds���������fortify yourself  against ihem' by taking a course of  Na-Dra-Go Tasteless  Preparation of  Cod Liver Oi!  This "bullder-up" ls rich ln the medicinal  and   nutritive   properties   of   the   best  Norwegian Cod Liver Oil���������without tho  disagreeable taste.      It  also  contains  Extract of Malt. Extract of Wild Cherry  and valuable Hypophosphites. which  tone up the whole system and particularly strengthen the Lungs, "Throat  and Bronchial Tubes.  In 50c. and $1.00 bottles,  at  //sa^^^sa^^  taigne  and   married   old  Saintsbury s  :er  (To be Continued"  riage, in automobile and on foot, wonderfully    dressed    women    with    rare '���������  robes,  and  laces, and  jewels;   smartly dressed men holding in their hands  the honor of some nf rh������ greatest fara-:  ^- ^^ -.^"f I ilies in  the country.     The Jew knew!  ���������* ue v-Ai-.-itjup, all> aild  maUy. had they raised'  ha*.'e known  him���������'  o through life unable:  London.���������There is now being sung  with success by the Palladium Minstrels, a song entitled 'Sleep,' written  by Harry Pepper, who is only 14 years  of age. He has composed several  songs, and recently wrote three songs  with words and music within twenty-  four  hours. *  not & few would 5  i ne   cnap   wuo   Keeps   hammering  away isn't necessarily a knocker.  A   Keguiar Owi  Miss Knogg���������Does    your  to torget him.  That's  what they  all  say, he  whispered.      Give me "time.      You asked  me just now what 1 know. Mr. Scrib-|     Miss Knogg���������Does    your    husband  ner.      I make it my business to know; stay out as late as this every night?  everything. Suddenly    he    swung;      Mrs.   Rogge���������Yes,  m'deai*;   I might  round and faced his client.      I know; as well be married to an astronomer.  that, you're*a profligate, a wastrei;   Ii   know   that  if  tomorrow  you  married |     The teacher had    written    on    the  Fontaigne you d run  through  A Matter of Tact j  Gloom prevailed in the domestic'  circle���������a gioom horrible and depressing. Mr. Brown, in fact, was in a  bad temper, and as Mrs. Brown knew,  there was only one Way of curing It���������  to. rouse him thoroughly, for when  miserable himself, he always accused  o-ier people of being miserable. He  did on this occasion.  Jane, he grunrped at last, you're as  dull as an old owl! Sulking, I suppose  because I refused to buy you that new  hat.  No, sighed his wife; I wasn't thinking about it. As a matter of fact, I  have been turning out some old letters  and���������oh. it's nothing of importance.  Only a fit of the blues.  What .letters?  Love-letters.  Some I wrote to you, I suppose.  No, said bis wife calmly. Some I  received before I met you. It's of no  consequence. None at all. Kow is  vour cold?  1400 ACRE ESTATE  Iris  de  the allowance Lady Mary has promised you within a couple of years and  break your wife's heart; I know that  before you reach the. prime of life  the fortune your aunt will leave you  nt   her  death   will   be   in   my   hands,  erts' private olllce ho found Saintsbury! the Towers and its estates mortgaged,  was drank in silence, and turned to  was drank-in- silence and turned to  her class to discover her mistake.  Little Bennie Sheridan waved his  hand frantically, and going to the  board, scrawled the correction: The  toa_t was ate in silence.  there. Ho threw him a curt nod,  nnd falling into a chair lit a cigarette.  Well, how arc things going? Aaron  "Roberts asked with easy familiarity,  as soon as Saintsbury had taken his  dt-pnrtur-p.  What do you moan? The only thing  that's  going  with  mo  Is  money.  Ha^ve you proposed yet? Roberts  folded his arms, nnd s-l.andlng with  his back to Uio window fixed his  keen eyes on  Scribner.  Confound your impudence, the latter swirled. I wlsJi you'd mind your  own business.  This  Is my business!  Previously, Aaron Roberts had al-  way������ treated Scribner with a certain  up to the hilt, and if you're lucky  enough to live sulliciently long, you'll  find yourself in that great army which  nightly marches along the river-side  stretching from Blackfriars Bridge to  Charing Cross, clamoring for food,  begging half-pence���������  Silence, curse you, Scribner    cried,  GIFT OF 72 AIRSHIPS  That  Number  Presented    to    French  Government by Private Parties  Paris,   France.���������Some vmonths   ago  a number of    newspaper    proprietors  and   private  people  .subscribed   for  a  I .  starting  forwards   with    outstretched j present to the  French  nation  in  the  hands as it to seize the moneylender| form of aeroplanes,  by the threat and choke him. i     An  official   letter  published  by  the  The moneylender did not move an] National   Committee,   whic.li   received  inch.      You asked me what I know;   subscriptions and had the aeroplanes  I've told you.      If you'd como to me   built, was published recently,  this morning and said to me what I've       Sevpnty-two   aeroplanes,   all     fitted  just   said   to   yon���������well,   there   might! with the latest military requirement-,  i huvo  been hope  for    you.    1     nilj-ht1 were  the  fruits of the   subscription.  | bave trusted    you    and    helped    youj The Journal presented    three    mono-  : apiain,  for I should  have known that j planes, each of which carries two pas  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Have used MINARD'S LINIMENT  for Croup; found nothing equal to it;  sure cure.  CHAS. E. SHARP.  Hawkahaw, N.B., Sept.  1st. 1905.  People to Decide Whether to Become  Gjelgians or Prussians  Brussels, Germany.���������Germany has  begun negotiations vit.ii Belgium  (states La Meuse, of Liego) with a  view to settling the status of More-  snet-Neutre, the small neutral state on  the border of Belgium i.ad Prussia.  The inhabitants, who live In the village of More^net and who number  about 3000, wish to come under Bel-  rr*5o**r������       **ii1a  --)*4*a-      ������ai*- 4.  The inhabitants have the right to decide whether they will perform military service for Prussia or for Belgium, and whether they will accept  the jurisdiction of the Prussian or tbe  Belgian courts.   ^,  This state has _n area of only about  1400 acres. Monaco, the 'smallest  sovereign principality of Europe, has  an area of about 5100 acres.  Forbidden Knowledge  Little Jack, aged five, had acconv  panied his mother on a trip, to ib^  City. They made the journey \ff  traincar. ���������  Presently the conductor came ronntf  to collect the fares and on approach"  ing little Jack, of course asked the usual question:  How old is the boy?  The mother informed him; then _**  passed on to the next passenger. Buf  the lad who was the subject of i_WT  Inquiry, sat quite still apparently pott'  dering over something, until at laaty-  concluding that full information haw  not been given, he called londly to"  the conductor, now at the otJser en_?  of the car:  And mother's thirty-five.  Praises this Asthma Remedy.���������A  grateful user of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Asthma Remedy finds it the only remedy that will give relief, though for  thirteen years he had sought other  help. Years of needless suffering  may be prevented by using this wonderful remedy at the first warning of  trouble. Its use is simple, its cost  is slight and it can be purchased almost anywhere.  veneer of respect, disguising his con- you still had the germs of manhood I sengers; tho Petit Purtslen presented  tempt Ixsneath a thin veil of politeness, i in you; but you'll never cam your j three, and most of the othor newspu-  Slowly lit began to dawn upon Scrlb-i living, Mr. Scribner. no matter how; pers in Paris presented one or more,  ner tho-t the moneylender's manner j "inch money is given you, you'll nov-j  and attitude had undergone a com-', <?r keep it and you'll never eai*n oi*j  plete change. His attitude as well as; kwp the love of any woman. V)u ve,  his vol-oe seemed to contain a hidden' proposed   to  Miss de  I������ ontalgne���������-and I  refused   you!        So   now   you 11  STRENGTH  Without Overloading the Stomach  warning. But, the Honorable Fred (  wan In a bad temper; he reassure!'  himself with the belief that Koherts;  wa������ only bluffing again. i  Who  the devil  do  you  think  you're  talking to.  he drawled. j  That's what. I want to know. Ami  I talking to MIhs Fontaigne's affianced I  husband, or am  I not? ;  ftrrrlbnor rose ro his feet.       You're  not, damn you        Now then. |  Thu -loni-yli-ndt-r did jhjL t-.lmngi..' i  hie position, he mood like a rock, a !  mnn of business facing the easy go-!  Ing. well-bred man of the world. And ���������  now the contempt which he felt, fori  Scribner wns no Inn per dlflgulHed: !" '  fl-ono In hi������ eyes, exuded from every :  pore of his skin. I  The interest on five thousand pounds!  for   three   months   I"   due   today.    Ill:*'  ,-  FREE OF LUMBAGO  Bmwum H������ Took Gl N PI LLS  Mr. H. A. Jukenof Winnifwi* writm*  ������������������I have been a sufferer from Lumbago  for ������ome yeart past.    I rati your  Mr.  I������ll and be adv-bed tne to u.ke ('.IN  PI LLS .^   I  have been taking them at  , interval-* during iho   ntt'iy   jr.i������i ni  llu;  |4,C4M:1I'.   V.444.C1 , 4414IJ   II |4-Ul-< 1 J I IT,   ll.lVC   il.lll  no n-tiirn of my old trouhj- ��������� in fact I  ftel better than I b.ive in; yr..r , .;:;.!  think Hut my old enemy ban vanished  for good and all."  50c. a b<������_, 6 for $..*,(>. Sumpl* free if  mf..,....;im*i.,:.m.yi\.....     ,1,M     . .  e*.        ft*-...    1      * ���������     ���������������    !** ..- . . -.'  V.I,   .���������!      Vw.4������4*.4.t,    J.������l|J4llt-.l,       I,.l*.  >''  W.N.U.    041  ���������-���������he's   refused   you!        So   now  want old  Saintsbury and  mo to help  you  by  threatcninR  to  ruin  the man  she still loves that we may force her  to  become your wife.  Scribner was white with passion,  trembling with rage, but fear still held  him in ber grip. Well, that was onr  bargain wasn't it? ho said unsteadily.  You've said some pretty foul thing*-* to  nie, but you'ri- nothing less than a  common blackmailer yourself, an Infernal moneylender. Wouldn't It he  better, if. instead or wan-Uns your  time in abusing me. you put your rfanla  down on the table and told me what  you want? Vou know you'll nover  "nei. your moiit'y from nus unless I  marry Miss de Fonuiimie, or the  daughter of Home millionaire; and  millionaire!-/ daughters nre Hiiappod up  pretty quickly, 1 e.an tell you. lb.*-;  .-.idi���������.*-,   I'm  <:���������'>'   h'n'.im  'i'i.'-'- ,  S!' down! The moneylender drewl  i chair fnrjiwrd to his hureiiu nnd|  ���������leatliig ill mm-If walled until Scribner I  had dene the Hiinie. Now llH'lon l.o;  nie, Mr. Scribner, <m InlVninl money.;  lender you called me; lhal.'H Iiiu*. but , i;,,IV(| ������������������ (.|l>;ir am-  I think it'** more honorable to lend  ni'incv than to borrow.  Cut    Ibil   ciic.kle   and   come   to   I lie  Irene Flew the. Track  Irene is a highly valued cook in a  north side family. She Is not excitable nor given to hysterics. She impresses one as being calm and serene.  But on her way to work she momentarily lost all such qualities.  Suddenly she rushed into tho middle of the street*- screaming and  shrieking. She threw her coat from  her and continued to scream.  She   must   be   crazy!   exclaimed   a  woman who came out of her house,  to sob what tho trouble waa.  SIip'r having a fit, said another.  But neither was right. Tho cause  of the commotion was a mouse which  hud crawled into Irene's coat pockot  for a little snooxe.  Son���������Well,   I've   married   her,  and that's all there is to it!  Father���������You  mean  that: Is  the  ginning of all  there is to It!  dad,  be-  A sailor who had landed after ���������??>  long voyage, and having been paid .oS#"  called a cab, threw his luggage i__Ufo'  and jumped on top himself.  B-eg pardon, sir, said ths astonished-  cabman, but you should get inside a������i}?  put your boxes on top.  Steer tbe craft ahead, jarvey. Passengers always go on deck v-and iu&-\  gage in the hold, was the reply frofflP  the top.  In  Drover's $10.0,000 Fortune  London.���������A drover named Rawlings  died from excitement nt Peterborough,  after congratulating George Wilkinson  another drover, ou inheriting a fortune of $100,000.  Prejudiced Source  Won't  you   marry  me,  dear,  plead-  ed the actor, after his fourth divorce.  Why. I kind of like you, Billy, said  the  actress,  but I've hoard  ao  much  about you, I feel���������  My   dear,   harshly   interrupted   the  actor, yon must not believe all those  old wives' tales.  Sherlocklrtg  Mr. Holmes���������I notice that yon havif  a new kitchenmaid.  Mrs. Borden-Lodge���������I have.    Btft t\.  think it's perfectly wonderful hoxtr yod?  can make such accurate deductions..  ��������� Mr.   Holmes���������Quite  simple,  nia'aii?  I've been comparing the thumbprint's*  on the plates.  Clergyman Found Starr Awarded  London.���������The Rev. T. H. KupiK/  of Tow Law, Durham, Is to be awst'd-'  ed the Jackson-Owilt medal of the'  Royal Astronomical Society for bi������*  dlsoovery of a new star in Lacerta 3a*  1911 and his spectroscopic work.  p'lltit  i ���������,.,,,  An-  vou   r-o-liw   lo    give    ine  |i-MiT"    "till       |l1IIH-rH       ill       which  HaMit.'.iliiiry     baa       pro--j i     of     .llinuiy  I'Y'iTiek'u imiII' nn Unit  I ciav uiu  in  pcr-uifidc  Win  tn  ni'i-vv  in<-'.'  I  um  not.  Ami   if   !   dnii'l   pay '"*<��������� I nt'���������r������-*-t  in  vrui   wltblii a  week,  you're colli;-*;  In  ��������� in- no   i li.ii   prnnuhHiiiy   imii' ���������  | .1 I IM- I  I .,     I'UlliJI.'i  ���������  I'lt'hi-o, Scrllmci  1 iik   a   Jaunty   air.  The btislnoss man, especially, needs  food In the morning Unit will not overload the stomach but give mental  viRor   for   tho   day.  Much depends on tbe start a man  getsi each dny, as to how ho. may 'expect to accomplish tho work on hand.  Ho can't bo nlert, with a hoavy,  I'rled-ineal-und-potatoi'H brcukfast requiring a lot of vital energy in digesting it.  A Western hnslneuR mnn tried to  find some food combination that would  not, overload tho stomach In lhe morn-  Ir.g,  but  that  would  produce energy.  He  wrltoH:  "For yearn I was nimble to find a  breakfast food that hnd nutrition  enough to sustain a bunlnons man  without, over-loading hlfl stomach,  caualng indigestion and kindred nil-  incuts.  "lU-iug a v< ry busy ami ���������il.'-o a wi-y  *H*P'n*m man, 1 decided to give up  bnvikrurtt aUogother. But luckily I  wan Induced to try Crape Nil's.  "Since thnt morning I have heon a  now nmn; can work without tiring, my  my  iit'i-vi'H  Mining  mil  unlet.  1   (Ind   four   tenspoonfiilH  o'  Crime-  I Nuhi  with  one  of  hU*.'iir  and  u   mual  of cold  milk,  In dollcioni nn  Relative of High  Prussian Official  Sore Trouble I  Borlln, Germany. ��������� The Berliner  Tagoblatt. confirms a report that a  Prussian olllcor, a relative of ono of  tho highest officers In the Prussian  army, has boon arrested on suspicion  of high treason, presumably lu tho  form of espionage.  He was arrested on February W at  tho luBtaucr* of tho Imperial department, or public prosecution-" at Leipzig. Ho was Imprisoned In Berlin,  hut relotiaoil on Friday on brill, snld  to amount to seven bund rod thousand  inarka. miring his live days of arrest the prlsonor was allowod to receive his wife dally. Tho utmost so-  iTcey Is observod with regard to Iho  nature of tho charge.  As a young woman attired In a noat  blue auit entered a street oar a mnn  with his head butiod in a newspaper,  arose and offend hl.s acitl. With rt  ciii'l, noil t.lj*- young wfiiiiah acct-p'.cii,  and im soon as she hnd composed her*  sell' she became Interested in the con-  tents of her shopping bug. lu milto  of his appuront abstraction, tlio man  with lhe no*.vhpaper watched hor for  a moment. 'J'licii I'poaklng hurriedly  he  Hidd:  1  Ik-l your pardon, what.    Is    It?���������  what did you uay*.'  iho young woman  lifted  hor eyes,  Complete In ILself, Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator doosi not require  tbo assistance of any other medicine  to make it off active. It does not fall  to do its work.  Bobby was saying his prayors in a  very low volco.  I can't hear you dear, his mother  whispered.  I wasn't talking to you, replied Bobby, firmly.  Ml.iard'n Liniment Cures Dandruff.  It's a good plan to believe, only half  you hear���������and forget two thirds of  that.  Many a well-rounded phrono lBn't on  tho levol.  MOTHER AND BABY.  A mother's greatest care is th*?*;  health of her baby���������the prevention oi  constipation, colds, worms und other'  childhood ailments and the keeping-  of hor baby happy and strong. Baby's"  Own, Tablets are the mother'- _#*������-  friond In caring for the,baby. The*/  are absolutely the best medicine in th-jf  world for lltt.le ones. Coiicen������t,M.*#*'  theni Mrs. Jos. Poltras, Mont LcNJi*v  Que., says: "I am well satisfied -witty  llaby'B Own Tablwts having tiaed lining  for my baby with great benefit. They;  aro the best modlclno in tho morltlr  for little onofi." Tho Tahletji jw  sold by medicine dealers or by wini"?*  a-t 25 cents a box from The Dr. Wil'  Hams' Modlclno Co., Broclcvllk-v OM/  Guarding a Treasure  Wo have a jewel of a cook;,  Thnt'B  fine.  Yes. Only we have to cat nil a r������nf  tan rant three times a woolt to tttoty  bor from complaining of overwork.  '"Vi".**"?*���������'"TTT*:' .' '.' ������iiim4wi. ..���������������.iii������������.n^iMi������ii<r  Ihem  du<  continued,  iiHiniin-  Vnull    never   gel  nunu'Mj,  tin   i"-,"f.i!  ji art  ''f the  morii'ivi  nvul. ��������� t>n-l   i"eliii'   flint   mie   wns   iniiircHHc<i,  imd Invigorates me for the dny'n IiiiiM- I answered coolly*. 1 Hii-ld nothing, nil*.  ii"-��������������������������� "       Ninie    given    bv    Cniiiidlnu I     lte������< pardon, beg pardon, wan the nb-  l\;i.t.um   Co.,     WlniUuu*.     Ont.     Item] J -u-nt -minded   annwer.   I     iliou^ht.    you  the   llltie   book.   "Tho   Hoad   to   Well-,:,aid Ihanlc you!  ville,"   in   pl.gn.  "Tlu������re'M a   Herinon "  ���������vi*r   rend   the   above   letter?       A  IICW     UIIC     .������f'|4L,Ol U      IIUIII      .IIHL,      -1>     HUH..  Th������*y   are   genuine,   true,   and  full   of  human Interest.  Clnnd friend. If fate nhould but. bcfi'.ow  Upon, we'll sny, u  niuu like .vou,  What  would you do?  you   do?  What would  .it-^-ut-ai'ij-i-Mffl'^  T lie SStdnmaclt  Is the Target.  ���������_���������_���������_      ������M-���������m      *msmmm*mm***mm****w*  Aim to make thnt ntron*r--ttml digestion -frond���������and you  will keep woll I No chain is Mtronger than its weukeat  link. No man la tiU^Jiitci' tlmu hla stomach. Wit-  stomach disordered a Uudn of diseases follow.  K������r. Pler-tR'������  ���������5oKeE^, Med-cal Discovery  ituikra th������ utomach hMlthy, th* llvior ncttr* nml the hlood pur*. M������<1������ frotrt  l"or*������t root*, ������������nil <ixU������cL*������l wllhnut tli������ uim ot ������looliol. Hofil Vy druirtrUU. iti  li<iulil  lortu -I Sl.00 per  botU������ forever 40 yttxts, ulvliur Konerul MLUfai-ilMt.  m* mmm.'m.mm0x������ *m*.tm������m mm, mmmJlWimmJ* %..m. *m    <*T     (II.���������.    mm   V������        XX......    ......  X. m  ���������tad *t *t*4lteimm amtsMmrm mr trial h**. Irr mmII *m r-cul������t of IfOo In ttUtmam  m  KHH  .- )*.^d^uiXMiw\k*Mmmmii*msmmm. _   I  ���������.  mXL'S   ,  _9SSS���������BOB  THE    CRESTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON.    B. C.  mmm**  K-_���������H  ���������/  WILSON TAKES OATfl  BRILLIANT SCENE    MARKS  , THE  INAUGURATION  CEREMONY  ���������5 ��������� a**m*wm? r_ ���������_*���������-*������ A r������C* ���������������������������*������������������  KINGDOM  Interesting Figures In Report from the  "',. Canadian Commissioner  Ottawa.-���������-The butter.-.-.trade of the  united kingdom Is made the subject of  a highly Interesting report to the trade  and  commerce  department from  W  New President of?tlie Unlted States,  in his Inaugural Address,    Made   a  lea io Aii  Hottest,v Patriotic ' Men, j j ."Bg-n/ 'ca-_dian^trade"Com_ii_3ion-  to Aid Him in t/he Guidance of Good  Government.  Washington.���������Woodrow Wilson, of  New Jersey, was inaugurated March  4 as President of the United States,  Thomas Marshal), q&Indiana, as Vice-  President; Democracy, the vehicle of  their destiny. It was an intensely  human precedent breaking inauguration..  With members of his chosen cabinet "surrounding him, the justices -of  the, Supreme Court before him, his  wife and daughters dancing for joy  on the platform below, and William  Tatt, ex-President at his side, the new  President sihouted a summons to all  honest patriotic, forward looking men,  io aid uim, extending the promise that  he would not fall them In the guidance  of their Government.  While the President's concluding inaugural words were tossing in tumultuous wave3 of applause, the retiring!  President clasped his hand and enlisted as a patriot in the,ranks of  private citizenship.  Mr.   President,  said  Mr.   Taft, his  face beaming with a smile, I wife- you  a   successful   administration   and  the  ��������� carrying out of your aims.    We will  all be behind you.  Thank you, said President Wilson,  as he turned to shake the hand of his  Secretary of State, William Jennings  Bryan.. There they stood. Taft,  standard bearer of a vanquished party  after sixteen years of power; Bryan  persistent plodder of progressive Democracy, thrice defeated, accepting a  commission from a new chieftain, and  Wiilson the* man of the hour, victorious  mustering as he expressed it, not the  forces of tha party but the forces of  humanity.  It was a political picture far be-  ;��������� yxmd Imaginings of a fewYyears gone  by, a setting that stirred tba'souiep'rOf;  ���������the assembled hosts, whose cheering  at the scene seemed actually to reverberate from the distant Virginia  hills.  The military and civic pageant that  followed this climax of the day was  more than five hours in passing. Leaving Capital Hill at two o'clock in the  afternoon, the marching thousands had  not defied their colors to the President in the court of honor until long  efber darkness had followed. President Wilson stood for more than an  hour under the glare bf myriads of  brilliant electric lights as he gre&t-ed  the thousands in a long line, among  them the hosts of Princeton who. as  i_ey passed him, shouted a hearty  greeting that he never can forget.  Ceremonies in the senate eh'amber  which marked the dying of the sixty-  'second and the vitalizing of the new  ftlxty=third congress, embracing the inauguration of Vice President Marshall,  and the swearing in of the senators-  elect, were never more impressive.  Though 'delayed somewhat by the  vourse. of legislation, necessitating  turning back half an hour the hands  cf the clock, the interest was tense.  The procession into the chamber of  the members of tbe House of Representatives, ambassadors and mini-ters  of foreign countries hi all their brilliant regalia, chief Justice and justices  of the supreme court in their sombre  robes, the President-elect and President Taft, sSde by side, escorted by  the members of the congressional inaugural committee was an awe inspiring spectacle.  JOURNALISTS COMING  er at Manchester, England. Mr.  Egan presents some facts which will,  prove rather surprising to most Canadians,.   ���������   ���������"'  The movements of butter in the  world's market are at the present time  a most interesting study, says a quotation from the report. We.would not  ftavp expected a few short years ago  to find New Zealand butter being shipped in large quantities to Vancouver  to be used in large towns of the wes-t,  or colonial butter to Montreal, or  shipping cream to the United States  or Holland, or Denmark and Finland  shipping buttpr and cream to Germany. Yet, these are commonplaces  of the butter trade in the year, 1912.  The increased importation of continental butter by Germany will in  the general opinion of the trade here,  Mr. Egan says, make great changes  in the sources of supply, and a much  reduced supply will consequently bring  higher prices in the near future? It  ls hoped that Eastern Ciintn ,������-*n  once more take up the butter proposition as an export article as tna opportunity is here to secure a permanent market at high prices.  BALKANS  AND  TURKEY  10  All  WILL   INTRODUCE   MEASURES  TO  DEAL WlTH:"sUFFRA6Etf.E8:"  Mrs. Pankhurst, the Militant Leader,  has Broken Down, but Othersi are  Ready to Take up the euds������'fs���������in  the Meantime, Britain gets no Rest.  London.���������Mrs.   Pankhurst,     leader  of'.the suffragettes has broken, down  wireless message received here from  HOW*  NiNNiS AND     MERTZ    DIED  Dr.   Mawson Sends Wireless Regarding Details of Fatalities  Sydney, N.S.W.���������Details of the  tragic ending of YLieut.B. E. S.  Ninnis, of the Royal-Fusiliers Regiment, and Dr. Xavier Mertz, champion ski-jumpor of the" world," who met  death in the frozen South Polar regions while members bf the Australian  Antarctic expedition,  were  told  in  a  America   .  Russia -..  India  ....  Danube  Argentine  Australia  T_i_ Week   4,952,000  .. 1,19^,000    584,000  .. 240,000  .. 5,848,000  1,344,000  Chili & N. Africa   192,000  Last Week  3,448,000  936,000  376,000  920,000  5.09G.OOO  1,536,000  120,000  completely. Sbe has cancelled'all engagements and has gone to the country for rest. 'This announcement was  made at a suHragette meeting at  Hamp3tea,d, where Mrs; Pankhurst  was scheduled to speak. General  Drummond took her place.  .Mrs. Drummond no sooner began  talking .than a gang of\ students let  loose Quantities of snuff, starting everybody sneezing. A lively scrimmage ensued. Chairs were broken,  blows were exchanged and black eyes  and bruises were'numerous.  During a lull in the disorder. Mrs.  DruTnnionci HuViaed all the luuniCips.,  electors to vote against, the London  County Council progressive candidates  as a protest aeainst the conduct of  Hon. John Burns, president of the local government board, who has denounced the suffragettes as tyrannical  and their militant efforts as blackguardism.  John Burns spoke at a mepting ar  Islington. While.guards were ejecting two dis'-jurbers. male supporters of  the suffragettes, Mr. Burns said that  such disturbers were the result of  the stuff the newspapers had published. Later in his speech he said: The  press of the cbuntry is imitating the  Amerioan newspapers which have so  lied against public men, so slandered  them that few decent men are willing  to go into political life in America. If  the calumny continues, this country  will end in neglect'and corruption, for  it will drive'" from public life the sensitive, kindly and respectable men  who- formerly sought to represent  their fellow citizens.  It was announced later that Mrs.  ���������pankhurst had gone to Paris for the  ���������Test cure. It is said that she will  consult her daughter, Christ&bel on  the future of the militant mpvement  in the event that she herself is committed to prison as the result of her  trial a.t Old Bailey.  It is understood that the Government has decided to introduce two  bills in Parliament at an early da*te  as possible, dealing with the suffragettes'  difficulty.    The first will em-  Allied Governments Have Given Porte  But Formal Word as to Mediation  London.���������The diplomatic wheels are  turning sidwly in the Near East situation. Recently the formalities of  communicating Turkey's request for  mediation were completed at the capital of the Balkan league and the allied governsr-ents gave an identical  reply���������^that they must first consult  with each other.  Meanwhile, although more than a  month has passed since the* armistice  was ended, military operations are  -prit-tAcally in abeyance and Turkey's,  besieged fortresses, which were to fall  in a few days, still holds out. The  financial and economic results of this  delay must be disastrous to the allies.  According to reports published at  Vienna, the powers are at variance  on the question of indemnity. It is  said ������������������that .Great Britain and France  oppose the idea, while Russia favors  it. , It is supposed that Russia may*  have secretly advanced funds for war j power  the  Home   Secretary  to  exer-  Dr. Douglas Mawson the leader of the  expedition, who also; suffered great  hardship.  The wireless message ? received  from ur. Mawson, who is now in  Adelie Land, says:  On December 4, 1911, while we were  exploring a new coast line? 300 miles  to the soil-Feast of our winter quarters, Lieut. Ninnis, with a dog team  and with almost all-of our food, disappeared in tm unfathomable crevasse.  Dr. Mertz and myself with an inadequate supply of provis-'.oris and with  six starving dogs, then started over  the plateau for our hut. Bad* weather  retarded our progress and.we subsisted chiefly on dogs..  On January 17, 1912, Dr. Mertz died  from rralr.utrit'on.  On-February 7, I arrived at the hut  alone, having travelled through snow  and fog, and having miraculously been  guided by Providence through the  'heavily, crevassed areas.  The st-am-pr Aurora waited at the  base until the wea'ther conditions  made it no longer safe. She left a  few hours before my arrival at the  but. Six men were left here by the  Aurora to prosecute a search for the  members of our party.  Bushels  12,432,000  THE SUNDAY SCHOOL  LESSON       XI.���������FIRST    QUARTER  FOR  MARCH   16, 1913  A WORTHY LABORER  purposes to Bulgaria and therefore desires to see Bulgaria reimbursed by  an indemnity. ��������� _  A Belgrade despatch to the _������aiiy  Telegraph says siege guns are now in  operation around Adrianople, but the  heavy snowfalls prevent operations.  6ome Doubt in Britain as to Canadian Meeting  London.���������Regarding the proposed  meeting of the Institute of Br'tish  Journalists in Canada next September,  -enquiries show that while t ie scheme  bung fire for some time it is now  likely that a successful gathering will  rosuit.  The present idea is to have two  parties, one of those who can stay  only a week of the actual sessions of  the institute and the other for the  more rortunate scribes who have leisure to take an extended holiday. The  Institute claims that the gathering  ought to include the rank and file of  members so that Canada may benefit  from tho visit of those who will actually write about It on thoir return  home. Frankly though there nro  plenty of journalists who are wondering who Ib going t^o pay expenses for  -the rank and file members during the  trip. Is it goln gto bo another  free feed nt Canada's expense and If  not is the trip to be confined to those  members of the Institute who have a  Utile money and even more leisure.  Ramsay Macdonald, M.P., Broke  Caste Rules in India  Madras. India.���������The work of Ramsay. Macdonald on the Public Service  Commission, now sitting here, is said  to have secured interesting results,  one of which is the drawing together  of the various classes of Indians. On  tw*- occasions Mr. Macdonald has  been entertained at dinners given by  Brahmins and attended by Brahmins  of various sections ��������� non-Brahmins,  Christian Indians and Mohammedans.  A well-known professor here states  in this connection that in all his 30  years' experience in India he had  never knoxvh such a dinner being held  and that he* had not thought it possible.  14,352,000  The Winnipeg market for futures  while declining in sympathy with the  limited States markets continues to  show independent strength but trading at no time has shown any valu-m".  Outside speculation is practically dead  'and there is no induceuient ior speculation to take hold. The caah business is also quiet but offerings are  readily absorbed by concerns who are  willing to take" cash grain as long as  the futures show a small carrying  profit. Receipts are running under  last y<=ar but Fort William and Port  Arthur terminal stocks inc-ilu-Vug wiiat  i_ stored' in boats, are 5,n.00, ������ 0 bushels more than last year. The conge-?*;-  ion at the terminals' shows no improvement and hundreds of i^fs n.re  standing waiting for.room to unload-  As a result outturns are slow wh'*-"h  is very annoying to shippers. This  state of affairs is likely to last. u_-l  j"*Javi_a���������on is open. Today's closing  cash' prices are 1 Northern 84%c; 2  Northern 81%c; 3 Northern 78i/_c:  No. 4tilkVzc; No. 5 70c; No. 6 64c:  Fe������d 54Vjc; No. rl A.R. 86c; No. 2  A.R. 83c; No. 3 A.R. 80c; Futures  closed May 87%c; July 88%c; October 84%c.  Oats--���������  Receipts are liberal and demand has  eased up with a resulting decline in  prices. Today's closin-s: values are 2  C.W. .32%c; 3 C.W. 29%c; extra 1  feed 30%c; 1 feed 29i���������c: 2 feed 27c.  Futures, Closed May 34%c-%c; July  July 35%c.  Barley���������  The barley market is easier in sym*-  patby with other grains and mal-tin.e  grades are %c lower. There is ro  change in the feed grades. Today's  closing prices are No. 3 C.W. 461_;c,  No. 4 C.W. 45c. Rejected 40c; feed  39c.  Flax���������  Receipts are l������*rse, th^rp beins- 112  errs- inspected today. Prices are a  r>ade firmer but it. is generally thought  if thes." heavy receipts continue values will drag lower. Today's pr-ces  are 1 N.W.C. 109*%c; 2 C.W. 107c;  3 C.W.   96c.     Futures   /dosed   'MayID  T*TI "m���������Tlffl���������WM ���������1���������4- ftwi_l l._l _������������������������������������������������������_���������Um  6MA2f 5UUKRI PA5M  CQMhMOEff OF THL WXHISH CARHISON 4T AIXflANOPil  ^lEXICAN AMNESTY  For All   Red News Service  London.���������The   Canadian   Chamber  of Commorce ln London aro about to  Institute Inquiries concerning the possibility of establishing,a wholly Brit-  All Persons Under Arms Freed Under  Certain Conditions  City of Mexico .j���������The amnesty measure prepared by General Blanquet, military commander of the Federal district, absolving offenders of whatever  kind received the approval of congress .  Tho measure includes all persons  now under arms against the administration or in other manners tormenting a revolution, providing they put  themselves in accord -with the government within 15 days from the promulgation of decree. Tlie measure of  clemency so often offered by the Madero udmInifiit.ra.tJon without result.  It. ls generally believed that It will  find more acceptances now backed as  it Is by the firm hand and warlike  methods of Prosidont Huerta.  else the same licensing control over  persons commi-tteed to prison as he  now does over convicts. Thus, a suffragette prisoner adopting the hunger  strike will be sent to a hospital or a  home until her health has been re-  stoj-ed and, would then be recommended to prison. This method would ������.-e  repeated until th.e prisoner had served  the full term, in which the time out  on license would not be counted.  The second bill will provide a netter  procedure for^'recovering fines ana  damages front,suffragettes convicted  of. attacks on property and will-otherwise modify the ��������� criminal law in the  desired direction.  TO GET NAVAL -OFFICERS  Admiralty   Wiii   Take   British   Public  School Cadets ;.'   **  London.���������In order to cope with the  fresh demfands made upon it for supplying officers for the Dominion battleship and the new requirements of  the submarine, and aerial service, the  admiralty has made the announcement  that a limited number of cadets will  in future be taken from the public  schools. The official estimate of the  number of lieutenants likely ' to. be  wanted during 1916 and 1920, show  that after allowing the supplementary  somces of supply,- there will still b*  a deficiency. The first competitive  examination will take place in June  and the successful candidates wil h-j  sent to a naval battleship for a course  of instruction, and will be distributed  as midshipmen. "In" view of their  greater maturity, the same subsequent  careers will be open to them as officers who entered through. Osborne.  They will be free to volunteer for service in any one branch.  THE MARKET REPORT  Text of the  Lesson,  Gen.  xxii, 1-13.  Memory Verses 12f 1-3���������Gc:dcr. Tex  Hos.   vi,   6���������Commentary   Preparet  .   by Rev.   D.   M.   Stearns.  In  the   last   part   of   the   previout  chapter we see Abraham dwelling a  Beersheba, the well of the oath, ha\  ing made a covenant with Abimelech..  There he called  on  the name of 4������.  hovah, and tor the. first time we hxvt*  the name of    the    everlasting    Goi  which carries us on to Ps. xc, 2; Isa,  xi, 28.    Every new name of God haa  some new revelation of Himself.  .The everlasting God not only tells  us that He is from everlasting to ever-  lasting, but He loves with everlasting  love and carries us in His everlasting  arms and is always tbe\same Jehov-.  ah. (Jer. xxxi, 3; Deut: x::xiii, 2-7).  Whether He blesses us or tries us, Ha  ?='fhn     ---, ^      4-I--3      ^JS     ,���������.*. ��������� ' ,T7I* ��������� *  ��������� a   nit;   o���������������ne   uuu   ui   iuvc _ Or   ye������Tri  the heart of Abraham had been made  glad by this boy this beloved son for  Whom he had waited full twenty-five  years, and. now he is commanded. to  offer him,for a burnt offering. There  is nothing quite like this in all the  Bible story. The demand seems over.  whelmiiigly awful, but God is love, anc*  God is faithful, and Abraham knew it-  The New Testament- record is that,,  knowing the promise and being cer-.  tain that God would somehow fulfill it,  even if He bad to raise I&aac up from:  the dead. He did receive him from  the dead in a figure.(Heb. xi. 17-19)Y  After some twenty years Jacob re������  ceived Joseph back as from the deadv  God spared Isaac and Joseph, but Ho  spared not His own >son (Horn.. *���������!������,  32), and He being literally alive from  the dead, all things are made sure to  us in Him.  I cannot think that Abraham talked  this over with Sarah; but being sur������  that he wouid bring the boy back  again, he started off early in tha  morning, taking only two of his young  men :w^th h-im- - His destination was  Moriah w_4o��������� is now part of Jerusal-  l.erm,.the -same hill that David bought  from Qrnan, the Jebusite where the  destroying angel stayed his hand  when Jehovah said: It is enough, and1  where Solomon built the temple (U  Sam.  xxiv, 16, 24, 25:  II Chron. iii.  113c:   July- 114%c.  All prices quoted above are for delivery in store Fort William, Port  Arthur or Duluth.  SOMETHING   OF   A   TASK  Say Women Plan Greatest Works of  Revenge Yet  London.���������According  to  the   Stand-  ^'^^t^icot^ri   Sd   to  ������rd. whjch has bo,n giving the mill  Canada. The Idea bolng the proviB  ion of saioh a aorvlco might stamp out  famtnat'Ical Inventlona regarding royally and Ih'llltih lntillluLions Keuoially  w_lch It lis said are repeated from  America. Into tho nmallor Canadian  ������ew_paporB. ���������-  New Pointer for Ti*avellero  Toronto.���������Rail ways arc roqulrod to  protoet their passon-gora from tho  element's. Nine judgoH have voiced  4_1b opinion in the caso brought by G.  11. MorrlNou uy-hibt Utv 1'uvn Muj-  <rjn*Mto Railway. Whllo awaiting for  a delayod train, Morrison contracted  ������, hnd cold at. Marsh Hold, Ont., wlw-ro  ilr������ had burned tho station ln July,  11111. 8-orloiiB illnciftfl followed tho  ������xnoeuro and he ouod for damagon.  He waa awarded $500. The nppellnte  dlvlnlou dismissed tho company's appeal. ,      *   IMCW -eulariu'*��������������� vViicu Crt������|ji  Sydney, N.S.W.���������Tho acting atntlR-  ttclan of New South Wa.luf* placi - the  forthcoming crop ot the atato at 2\,-  JMf.,000 bimbelH. Thl������ Ifl about, 1;000.-  000 abovo the emitlmato of laut year,  MUi,    linJ.l/i-iJ    ii...w������,     .,...-.    ........    .-....������������..    .f.  4������,������������ /.mtyn \ Inn ,T. Ft Mcflowen,  piemior of tbo ntaitc, however, antlol-  p-trm a considerable Incroaao on thia  ������*tlmate.  taut BiiHrngotlc- freer access to Its  columns than has any othor Ijondon  paper, tho women'- .pnat outrugrs arc  to be totally eclipsed by the new ones  planned In tho Inner circle of the  militant section.  Operations nrn promlMed that, will  Rtji-ggor humanity.  All the great, public buildings such  as St.. 1'uul'n Cathedral, Wo-tiiiiuaior  Abboy anil" tho British Museum aro  closely watched. Mm. Puiikhurst  made a speech at cambrldgo, extracts  from which are quoted an ovldenco  t.iuu bin* lim> bro kin the iiudcrtukiuK  on which ball was granted to her hist,  week.  Sealing Ship Losl  St. John, Nlld.-���������The first accident  In connection with thla Beanon'H Healing was reported when the a-tcanicr  Labrador wim honchPd In a sinking  condiltlon. Tho crew of 140 aboard  Tiifwle   their   wny   to   Hhor,'   in   unfe-ty  l-binl'l    JiUj'u.l.iYj'     v, ill  Marriage Bill for Ontario Has Drastic  Provisions  Toronto.���������Dr, Godfrey has a marriage bilj before the Legislature which  will render subject lo a fine of ,$500,  a minister or person, who performs  marriage wbilo either of the parties  is under the influence of liquor, or If  he has reason to believe ono of the  parties is an Idiot, or Insane. H<j  '.shall also be liable to Imprisonment,  "tho period, not exceeding twelve  months.   '  The bill further provides tbat the  Issuer of the marriage license, if he  has knowledge or reason to believe  thuit. o'ther of tho parties to the marriage is an Idiot, lnsano, epileptic or  imbecile shall require the applicant  to leave with him n doctor'n certificate  to the offeot that neither of the parties  hi deficient.mentally, and If tho applicant, doos not. do so he Is to re-  I'nso tho license.  For PftHce Women  Now York,���������Police women would  give material aid In stamping out vice  In New York, Mm. O. 11. P. Belmont told Mio loglalaiLlve commlttoo  Investigating pollco conditions.  The appalling Incronse in the traffic in girls, ln Mrs. Belmont's opinion, \va:> .Htihiciv'Ul rcus.in thai -,ouii:-  tlilng fill ou hi bo done to regulate the  d Iho nl oily ree+orts and she declared  tlint mon, no matiter bow wor'hy or upright, are not qualified to deal with  iluiiiiqiif'ii-t glrU". without the help of  women.  i in-  Uli.H  Elliott Croc8( Awarded lo Scientist  London.j���������Sir William Ilanuioy. tho  iH-.kmt.lwt, las boon awarded    the    101-  Homeaeekeri* Coming  Toronto.���������About 500 persons   went  it Oil tho fir!-'* bomenfioKorH evcnrHlr.n  4i i.������Hni i mr w oh torn Uaiiiuiii on t in- i.i'.it.  They were ���������irneMeally all farmera from  tint .ifttied p.lit-., of Ontario .isui iu  nirany casoH took their I'amilie-H with  Ihem.  A  griNit  many  other persons  wero  Weekly Grain Letter Supplied by  Thompson, Sons A Co., Grain Mer-  chants, -Winnipeg.  Winnipeg,  March    4.���������^Immediately  following our'test report prices had a  further advance on higiher cables; good  export enquiry, and talk of reduction  in, t.hrt Argentine export surplus.' but  this advance  apparently  put    export  business out of line again and markets  turned  easier.    Later in    the    week  very favorable accounts of the United  States winter wheat condition coupled  with predictions oi heavy world's siiip-  ments and -increasing visible supplies  gave markets quite a weak turn. Considerable liquidation must have taken  place in the Chicago and Minneapolis  markets   as  their  closing  figures   today show a loss for the week of l%c.  to 2%c.      The Winnipeg market has  been  relatively   stronger    as    prices  are only l.%c. down but this is mainly because trading here is of a very  small   volume.    With   a   continuance  of heavy world's 'shipments and favourable crop conditions it will be difficult to prev-ent prices dragging lower during the next few weeks.  Trading will likely be quiet for the next  week as  traders  are  showing a disposition to wait for the United States  Government report issued March 10th,  giving an estimate of grain In farmers  hands on March 1st, In-   the    United  States.    This iis an important feature  in the wheat trade and already various   guesses   are   being   made   as   to  what the quantity will be.      Should  the estimate be much larger than usual It would naturally have a depressing effect on prices and the opposi-te  if smaller than    looked    for.        The  guesses  so  far run  from  130,000,000  bushels to 155,000,000 bushels.      'the  reserves last year    -\A4ere    122,000,000  bushels.    A March reserve of 130.000,-  000  bushels    would    not    materially  change  the  situation  but with a  reserve  of  140,000,000  bushels or over  market's would  likely have a break.  It would not. he surprising however If  the limited range of the price movo-  mont experienced the, past few months  would continue until the spring shifting of winter carried stocks permits  a line on the disposition of the proaent  supplies although there - may    be    a  broudft   Hwing   to   the   market   after  tho United States Government makes  known   the. reserves.'       If  these   are  largo,  as generally  seems to be expected despite itlio heavy primary receipts,   hearisliiioRiS   may   gather   figure,   especially   If   the   winter   wheat  isondltiion maintains Its present promise.    At the ,������ii.mc* tlmo it must not bo  forgotten that present prices in North  America   aro   closely   adjusted   to   a  world basils* and the ���������OBtablielimcnt of  a   permanently   lower   lovol   in   thlw  country  Is  bound, up  with  a similar  decline In the -marltots of tho world.  lSuropiftii crop advlcub thhi week an;  favourable.     RiiHsIa Is offering wheat  more  freely  but.  lt  la  expected  that  Itoumanla and   'Bulgaria    will    have  smaller crop:.' UiIh uoiuion,    India ru-  liorln  are  _coJ   and   the  yield   ol   the  Australian crop Is Hatlafactory.      Ar-  goiitlm' yleldH Indicate that, the export  surphiH   will   hc.ullghtly  under   what  was lii'nt expected.     Statistics for tho  week  luivo been  qulU>  bonrlwh.    The  amount on puHti-ign fihowH a good hIko.I  Increnw 3.0i������^,'HMi    bunhnlq,    bringing  the total to r. 1,128.000 busbalH compared   to   4S,03li,Olit>   bUHholx   Just   week  and 35.440.000 lni,shols la^t year.  Kur-  l/|ls,,^|j       tr ......ll..'     .,llvJ..y      1]1( l'l  ililCt      w.Tj-lO,-  000 bui'bclM and tlui American vlallulo  MAHMP MWET PA5M,  head or Tm //ew cftower.  One Million for Fr'.edman if he Cures  Consumption  Rockville, Conn.���������If he can cure  consumption $1,000,000 will be paid  to Dr. Freerich Friedmann by the  state of Connecticut according to an  extraordinary offer made by State  Tuberculosis Commissioner John Gun-  sliann, of Hartford, In an address on  public health before the Rockville  Business men's Association meeting  presided over by Lieutenant-Governor  L. T.'Tlingier, of Vernon.  Continuing amid eheprs, he Bald: 11'  Dr. Friedmann has the goods we've  got the money. Our commission will  be pleased to have Dr. Friedmann  come hero and demonstrate his cure In  our sanitariums, each of which Is  equipped with an up-to-date laboratory. Thero aro 10,000 afflicted with  this horrible disease In the stntoVit  tho present time; 2,000 of these will  be claimed by death before the end  of tho year, and I have the assurance  of the most pronfliient members of  the legislature that they will gladly  appropriate the necessary money to  save the lives of so many of our unfortunate citizens and reutore them to  health.  Newfoundland Will Participate;ru Defence  of  British   Empire  St. Johns, Newfoundland.���������With a  view to participate in the naval defence of the British Empire, the Newfoundland government bas opened negotiations with tho Imperial cablnot.  An announcement to that effect was  made by t,l*o new governor, Walter  Davidson, C.M.G., In the speech from  tho throno at the opening of tho colonial legislature.  Tho governor also gave notice of the  govorninnnt'H Intention to remove the  duly from tea, augur and salted meats.  This, it wofl declared, would represent  tlio auroguliou ol ;Bg<j,00'J in duties  annually, the largest reduction In luxation at. ono time in the colony's history .  1'Vnnltlln Im-Miute of Phllndelnbiii   Tor  dlt'coverJoit In cbcmbv.ry.    Karon Hay-  -Hxilturq   ������������vcnr.*don   It   wiih   found   ne  cewsary to hoikI the regular 10.20 train  Reason for Church Union  London, Ont.���������The London Presbytery placed ltaclf on record In fa ior  of union w|?h tho Mot hod!"! and Con  grogatlonallBts by unanimously carrying n motion, nut forwnrd hy M������-.  111011111H jili'xiiiiui'i', uHking ine I'rcMtiv-  How wonderful are the associations  of truths and places in Scripture and  how all center around the cross and  the indescribable sacrifice of the Son  of God! It. was on the third day  that the place was reached..and. the  great transaction accomplished (Verse  4), and how often a third day event  calls our attention to the greater center of all past history and to the resurrection time, ever drawing nearer!  Consider Jonah and the marriage in '  Cana and all others that you can" fin4  in the book. ? '  Note the confidence with which Ab������  ratoam says to the young men: I and  ,*he lad will go and worship and como  again to you (verse 5). He was fully  persuaded that it would be so. Now  see the lad carrying the wood, and the  4*r.'f.-f.ias.    .nrSlt���������     *V.r.    A^n    r.^-. A     +"lsrt    I.TltQt,       ��������� Ss ^  xc^tiis^x      iri>,u    tue    4,4-u   auu    t-.J.^3    ......w,   WI4U  ("verse 6-). ��������� One cannot but see the  Son of God bearing. His cross and  remember the words: It pleased tlie  Lord to bruise Him; He hath nut Him  to grief.-(Isa. iii, 10). It was the only  way"to save us and so wondrously-  forashadowed in Abraham and Isaac,  Hear tbe lad as he says tp hl8,  father: Behold the fire and t'*e*wood,  but, where is the lamb .for.'a .-burnt of������  fering? (Verse 7). Oh,'the anguish  of the father's heart!. Bnt do we,  ever consider the anguish o*f the heart  of God thp Father?.  What   did   he  know  of   the   Lamb\  slain from    the    foundation    of    tho-  world?   (Rev.   xiii,   8).    Was  It  just  then or when he placed the ram 0U1  the altar in Isaac's stead pr through>.  t:he whole incident that he saw Christ's,  day and  was  glad^   (John   vlll,  56)...  Notice the    repeated    saying:    They  went both   of tbem . togethe**   (verses'*  5, 6, 8) Temlhdin*** us of the "they two  Went on"  of TT KinRS il. 6-7-R-11. and  Birggpstlnji* perfect or>cness and accord,  We do not. 'maglno any resls'anc������ on  the part of Isaac as his father placed  him on  the altar upon the' wood and.  bound him nnd took the knife io amy  his son.      We think of such words ns  "of his  own   voluntary   will":   "I  lay  down mv life of myself": "I d-Mlght. "to  do ThvVill O  mv  God"  (Le-.   1, !5;  John  x,   i7,   IR:   Ps.   xl.  8*.   Hab.   x.  7-!)); n."d we rf'n1c'���������nl-":,'��������� bow '���������ip Tjord  Jefliii, gnve Himself Into the '"inds of  TTIh enemies nn������l suffered tbf-n to take  Him and^bind Him nnd lead TMm and  meclf    TTbn   and    PcoiTtr**  W"<\    and  cruclfv H'.m. and He took It."11 as a  enn which   His  Father  guv-   Him   to  drink.       T-t  was   enough.    Tbe  e.hlM  of promise wos  riven   back  to?God.  Ah'aham ������;riw Cod find no* the child,  and now the Lord spnakR. the uplifted  hand is Hlaved. nnd the ram Is placed  on the altar ln Isaac's stead.  Isame wan npired nnd Riven bid*'  from tho dead In n figure. God  snared not }V* own Son and as truly  im the ram died in Isaac's stend ro  did .Torus Chrlnt dlo In mv ".toad.  T-Ilfi own pelf bare my sins In Hin own  body on the tree ���������"���������ho i^on of God loved  me"and gnve Himself for me. By  Hir1 beini'. mud" ������ curse for us nil *v3h������  truly receive Him nre delivered from  tho enrn-o of the law (1 Pet. 1|. Ji:  Onl. II. i'O- Hi. 1-11- The Lord did not*  and .provide���������-Johovi-li-iheh (versio 1-1  ���������i*m1 m.������-"'ln) . W'"������* Tie bn������i pro*'M-  ed In TTIm wee F.nh. I. 3-7: Pom.  vl|l f������: T T>nit 1-"<-4, nnd wmemU*������**4  ���������hut all Is freely by grace (Romo 111,  24).  C.iptnln  Scott'o Journal of  Polar  Ex-  petition Excellent and Complete  London.���������IjJMly Reott, widow of the  explorer, I111.H "iiblt-d from New Zoa  land to Reginald Smith Mint her luw-  bnnd'H journal Is In her possos������lon,  exc'-llen'l and complete  The whole journal will be published bv Smith. lOblcr ikininany. T-ao  Strand Mmgnzlne will print two oa>  iiimv   pi������51.ni.1..'.'.V  -l'l'.i:U*:;.  (cry io name a conmillli-e to lrwik  al.-.a !i:c.-c;is'������.-.l tightly. The World's; over the w.*ak field;, of the Pronb> t������,r>  \,lHlbl" aciuinling to Hradn'rceia ia- to upprouohlng the other denoiuinii-  creased 2.7fil,0ll(������ biishelH. IiikI week  ItdocreiiHcd l.fi82,(ion InmiiclH. World's  tions to consider the fciiHlblllty of union   or   of   co-operation.     A   vigorous  London.-���������/Veu-nJiiig t.i .,.!;:p,sti];e*|  from Kiihi-i elii'ii a lown uhoiil 70  milieu Ho-ii't'liwcst of Tripoli lhe Independent. Arab Government of tho Trl.  lelgh has received tho Inatltuto modal | out In two neotJomi.    One of thlr-teen  for phyc-lcail cclcncc. 1 c^iru and  another of cloven cars.  than anticipated at  14,:tR2.000 IiuhIicIh I w.*i������ pn.uwd linnnlmoiiHlv.  an agaluat. la.'llta.aiMi bimiielH hint wc-'k;     A committed' recommended that the  mnd   10,208,000  biwlmls  IiihI   year.   In   peace   nianlfento   of   tho   New   We������t-| In the oo-untry of the Orfelbi tribe wlUi  detiUI-tbey arc iih followii; I minuter Presbytery be endoi-ed. | 4,000  well  equipped   Boldlnn*.  I'llUIr-  ni'nlw-*.!   t-be  ItallniiH.       It   Ifi  dc-'laretl  that Sbelkb  HelMOI-Najir bun arrived  mmmi *iumiimm*mm**miii*m*mmnmm  mmmt;rWsmm****w*smm*um**im*m  *j*uwm*  K-H_tfi--_iitf-_i  gl'iffiililiii  '���������_���������������������������������������������i���������  l^'^-^!ill^l^,^y^���������^^���������Y^tt^^lfM'���������'*^'^^*'^  ass  sea  ������-^ ���������WE;l������W >* 1.11^ I^H^t-^gtytpW*WIW(  & mm  jgg3Kia������������Si%w<.-^  ;#l?5^,-5^.������'<'-,*������"^'Wg5^^ 'nmfctrl-U n ��������� ***mm  W''   'Vi'K   r?r������'������TON    REVIEW,    CBESTON,    B. (X  71_������ Creston  Published every   Friday at Oreston, British Columbia, by th- Cre-toa Prlnt-  ug and Pnb 'r-niug Company, Ltd.  ;5?r.e Bsvia-w is the Rcknowled^ed advertising m^Kllu.  ���������   * r������S4 ������ -r-isa  ne ������."rest**u vajj������*y, fir  -ul-ting iu nemly one thousand homes through*>ut the Creston district nnd  ranching out in a broad linmiier into other ceinmuniCii'K. .Onr Brtvei*ti������iii������������t rntt-  ��������� re based ou ffce nr-tUt* of the Kootenay aid Boundary PiiHtH-* Board of Trade.  Land purehnt-e aud laud lease notices. $7 for sttjtmory ������������������������������������������. Di*pb������v ndver  iiHHiiiHiits. $1 per inch *.n*r mouth; other adveitit-JBn* 10 cent*, per line first- b-m  and 5 ceutt-per liue in -succeeditifr weekB. Suhfloiiptiun iate* %'l UO n year in  advance. Our columns are open tocontribntioim denliujt in tumier** of 1������m*b1 in-  1ereMt and tbe v.Klfurt) of tht couimuuity. _ jntributii>-ti must be brief and  sigued.  Mrs. B. Lamberton  Editor and MaungMvs  ston Mote  FR-RIIGH?  This a season when farmers are securing their seed sup  ply for the coming spting. The importance of using seed  of high vitality and free from weed seeds cannot be too  strongly emphasized. Very often in the p ist, farmers, through  ignorance of the qualit3r of the seed they were using or for  ���������some other season, have sown weed seeds.  During the past few years the Dominion Seed Branch  has heen endeavoring to affect improvement in the seed trade  by educational work with farmers and seed dealers, supple  mented by the enforcement of the Seed Control Act. This  Actdefiues the Commercial grades of seeds. All timothy,  red clover, alsike and alfalfa seed offered for sale by either  wholesaler or retail merchant must be graded and narked  Extra No. i, No. ������, No. 2, cr > o. 3, according to ciua'i y.  Seed that will not grade No. 3 cannot legally be sold except (  .or exp.ut or cleaning. This latter clause applies t> farmers!  as well as seed dealers. Farmers selling seed that is below  grade No. 3 to their neighbors, for seeding or to dealers on  the understanding that it is to be retailed for seeding without  recleaning, are liable to prosecution, and every effort will be  made to apply the Act to farmers as strictly as to seed merchants.  Paper packets of vegetable and flower seed must be  marked, showing the 3*ear in which they are filled, and farmer; and others purchasing such seed should see that all pae-  kets are marked before purchasing.  Seed grain, clover and grass seed, as well as root and vegetable seeds, whether in packets or in bull-. must be capable  oiieermiiiatisg ia the proportion of at least two thirds of  the  -���������O O mti Wti  legal Standard for good seed of the kind. Seed that will not  germinate in this proportion must be plainly marked showing the actual percentage of seeds capable of germinating  Farmers having, or purchasing seed, the vitality of which  they have reason to suspect, should have a germination  test made of a sample of it.  Seed grain, flax, white clover, grasses and all other forage plant seeds must be free fr^m noxious weed seeds or  be labelled showing the names of the noxious weed seeds  present. The above are the outstandiug features of the Seed  Control Act of Canada, and, if persons purchasing seed insist  on the observence of the above rules, they will not only obtain a seed of superior quality but will do much to ward off  an infestation of their farms by noxious weeds. All persons-  so wishing it, may have their seeds tested free of cost at the  Seed Laboratory, Calgary, Alta.  PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT  OU will make no mistake  when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  fi& ;CP  The Leading  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  Out   Guests  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  NYALS Syrup of White  Pine  and Tar  is very  effective.  Packaged in 25 and 50 cent bottles.  FOB LaGRIPPE AND COLDS  ..---���������---.-   ."���������- -.1.     ���������-���������  1 .-n..r;     .1.  8-1Y A LS Laxacold, break up a cold in 24 hours-  Does-not coniain Quinine.  Sells at 25 cents a package* \  ;R    MA*****  ��������� mmm*** X.TAXSI   XXi I  Prop*  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Proctor School.  SEALED TENDERS, superscribed  "Tenders for Proctor School," will be  r*eceived by the Hon. tbe Minister of  Public Works up to noon of Wednesday, the 15th day of January, 1913, for  tbe erection, and completion of a small  one-room schoolhouse on concrete  foundations at Proctor, in the Ymir  Electoral District.  Plans, specifications,  contract; and  forms of tender may be seen on and  after the 21st day of December, 1912,  at the offices of Mr. W. F. Teetzel,  Government Agent, Nelson, B. C; Mr.  A. G. Gallup, Secretary of School  Board, Proctor B. Cs and the Department of Public Works, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B. C.  Each proposal must be accompanied  by an accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit on a chartered bani\  of Canada, made payable to the Hon.  the Minister of Public Works, for a  sum equal to 10 per cent, of the tender,  which shall be forfeited if tbe part}  tendering decline to enter into contract when called upon to do so, or ii  he fail to complete the -work contracted for. The cheques or certificates ol  deposit of unsuccessful tenderers wil:  be returned to them upon the execution of the contract.  Tenders will Mot be considered on  less made out on the forms supplied,  signed  with the actual signature ol  the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes fumfshetl.  The lowest or any tender not neces  Hiirily accepted.  J. E. Griffith,  Public Works Engineer.  Department of Public !Works,  Victoria, B. 0., December 17, 101L  of Kootenay, where Boundary Creek  crosses   said   boundary   line;   thonce  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 of such Railway as are  usually granted in that behalf.  DATED at Victoria, British  Columbia, this 5th       of  December, A. D., 1912.  F. A. McDiarmid,  solicitor for the applicants  Creston Drug&Book Co.   >-_ **f*m ������m       E  "������  mfsSmm$mm%G&S&mtiZ^^  I Transfer, Liverv and Feed Stables I  *-_  H (Best equsppea La very In Town)  M* Ail diss of TURNOUTS supplied at short notice.    The latest styles of  g GUTTERS aud BUGGIES for sale and hire.    Saddle and pack horses a  <g Speciality.  tig Feed for sale       Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Oo.      Horses for sale  lid)  <& I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet'all trains  W at any hour cf the day or night.    Oommerciil men and landseekers, will    ������  t/m .                                                                                 '                                 .                                               4.^.4-                                                                                                                                                     W  ���������a receive prompt attention                                               /ft  w ���������      a         f^mrn^       m      m           _���������������%.                               .             ������������������������.                            &  _.  _  ft  1  -i  H. S, McCreath, Prop i  ������ Phone 56  ���������*$?  ���������tf-S.-s*-.  Sirdnr Avenue  Bos 14  (DO  CANCELLATION OF RESERVE  SYNOPSIS'OF OOAL MINIG REGULATIONS  Iking   g&warb's Scbool  JSogs and Gtrla  Craiibroo^, 36. c  Principal       -      Mrs. Cherrington  Head Mistress,    Miss Cherrington  (Honours    certificate,   Cambridge  Higher Local, B'rmingham Unniver-  Notice is hereby given that the List of Voters for the  Ymir Electoral District has been cancelled, and that Applications to be placed on the Votors' List will be received at my  office, Trail, B. C, where printed forms of Affidavits to be  used in support of an application to vote will be supplied  The list of persons claiming to vote will be suspended  from and after the 7th day of Apiil, 1913, and a Court of Re  vision will be held on the 191b. day of May, 1913, and notice  of objections to the insertion of any name on the Register o'  Voters must be given to me thirty clear days before the hold  ing of the Court of Revision.  Dated this 3rd day of March, 19x3.  V. K. Dockerill,  ���������Have your picture taken  whilo  ii  Oreston. Studio behind the bank.  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given that the  reserve existing by reason of the notice published in the British Columbia  Gazette of December 27tb, 1907, is cancelled in so far as the same relates to  the following described lands, so as to  permit of the sale ������>f the timber stand-  ing thereon:���������  Consisting of an island in Goat River  lying immediately to the south of Lot  No. 491, Group 1, Kootenay District;  containing by admeasurement a total  area of 38 acres, more or less. -~  ROBERT A. RENWIOK,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands  Victoria, B C��������� December 11th, 1912  Dr. de Van's Female Pills  Ooal'mining rights of the Dominion,  g sity Education Diploma.)  *n ���������aa-=-:*f..-.v.=; &BSira*..W4-.--������---._ Ai*_.������fr_  . Assistant - Hiss.Hodgson  (Cambridge   Higher Local certifi  cate.  Diploma   of the   College   of  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Ai'oerta  the Yukon Territory,  the Northwest  A reliable French rag-lator; never falli. Theta  pills are exceedingly powerful ia regulating tha * .-..-....  ganeraClva portion ol the female nyitem..: Refuie minn ���������������. *���������,��������� v���������f��������� n* /��������������������������� ,.���������,..��������� ,.���������_ xnn  ill cheap Imitations.   ������r. do V������������'a aro told at mmo Qt l"������ rat0 or Uvo C(,ots Por ton ���������  Territories and iu a portion of the Pro- j 8 Teachers for the Deaf.)  vince of British Columbia, may beleased'       T������5rm8 for hoarders on application  | to the Head Mistress.  for a   term of twenty-one   years   at  an annual rental of $1 an   acre.   Not  more than 2,560 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant iu person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent of the district in which  the rights applied for ure situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections,   or legal sub-  d-visious of Bcotions, nnd in uusurveyed !  territory the truce applied for shall be  staked ont by the applicant himself.  Each application mud be accompanied  by a fee of |5 which will be refunded if  tho rights applied for are not available  but not otherwise. A royalty Bhall be  paid ou the merchantable output of the  totho-*o who fill out and  mail this coupon AT ONCE  Sample of onr expert penmanship and  facinating lesson in short hand.  THE  BLAIR  BUSINESS COLLEGE  Spokane, Wash-  I am interested in Bnidnes* Education  Please send me full information abont  yonr College, and especially abont the  subjects cheeked below:   Bookkeeping    ... .Shorthand i   Typewriting    Pt"iumnnship-112_i|  .-.. .Quick Figuring ... .Letter Writing  jl can begin a cours* about   Name ,   Address   IB a box, or three for 110.   Mailed to any addreai.  Xbe SoetMll Drug Co.* 8*. Oftt-Brluea* Out*  NOTICE is hereby 'given that ai  application will bo made to the Logi*-  latlvo AnHoinbly, of the Province ol  British -oluiiib.H, at Its nuxt .Session  for an Act to Incorporate a Company  to construct, equip, maintain and  op'-rnt'* a Railway of standard or  narrow gauge, to be operated by  Htt'iuii, <-!i'('U'icity or other power  from  n  point  on   the  Internationa  | IJOll'Jlll'y   IIIIU lalMlil, lIliii- iui������-    ���������^uu   .1.  Registrar of Votors* for the Ymir Electoral District, [tho Kootenai? River, in   tbo Di-trkt  The Prazer Valley   Nurseries Com*  imny have receutly published la  book  on titled,   '"Landscape Gardening,  nnd  What to Plant", which contains a   lot  of valuable information  for   tho fruit  >. *  grower and rnnohor.    Boa ad ou b i ilc  ,->Dgo   forpurticiiln?.   *;;  O.O. &., 3IGNAFIE8 ORANBROOI-  OO.OP������RA.T_VE STORES.  ���������LADIES, oall at our store and look  ov er onr supply ot McOulls pnttorus -just  orns Just received.    S, A. Spoei������  ���������Tho C. O. S. ot Cranbrook is soiling  It/vm M������nlh ���������HHir.li w*4i������*t,r������������������i wnrl ctirinj*   "nr  911.  Xhe person operating Iho mine shall  furnish the Agent with s .om returns  accounting for tho full iiuantity of mor-  ohantablo ooal mined nud pnv the royalty theronu. If Uu* coal mining rights  oro not being opi-ruttd, s ch roturns  should bo fnrniHboil ut Iohbi, onoo a * onr  Tho lonno will Include Iho ccnl uiiu-  iug rights only, but tho Ichhco mny be  pormlttod to purchiisc whatever available Btirfaco riybtti may bo onunidurod  neooBHiiry for the woiking of tho mine  at tho rate of $10 an aoro.  For full information application should  bo mndo to tho Secretary of the Department nf the Iuferl'.r, Oltawn, or tn any  A (wilt or Mnb-Affftiir, ���������if llnmin nn Tiii.udn  VV   W. OOKY,  Deputy Miiiislcr of the Intorlr.r  N. B.���������Unauthorized publiculion of  this ndvcrtl-iomeut will not be puid for.  BURN'S  COMPLETE  Animal   Fertilizers  ARE  MONEY        SELOS  Sow Bums'FertHfzers  And Reap Dollars.  Call or send for oar  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  ���������LADIES,   call   at  our "store and  look ovor our supply of McCalls put-  j Utixm juitt rociovod.   S. A, Spoors.        j  \  a  I  P. BURNS & Co  Limit***  CRESTON       -      B.C.  HenYl  Office  C A LO A p V; V * ^COTT  vEK;    EDMONIOXn  \  .-������k������������.-t...i...-i.,-'i:"* ^���������'.i).i,l1...:l������'l'-l!ni,(i. iHini  mm.  3____S  oum   -^,^, ,���������,���������i������������������;,,, ni���������ii>.������liiiii'iii'������������iiMifiglH THE   CESSTOK   BE^IEW,'   CB&TON.    B. C.  ���������^  jpmmmitama* ihm*m .JmmmmmmAmamxm*mwm\mmtmmi  DRUGGED AND  ROBBEL IN  PARIS  ^Becat:.-5������ they act so gsntly (no  purging ox griping) yet so  thoroughly  IT -^---.nl  are be - ior the.chlldren as well as  the grown-ups.     25c.  a. box at  your dru__'st'**. Y  fi*!!���������si Sing and Chanties' Co. of Csti���������a,Ifmll-d  i.ii^i,.JT^H.,jl^j in  -  titi ti'Jti-. Maypole Soap  FOR HOME  DYEING  Washes and dyes at  on* operation, giv-  in$ r-mark ably  ctcoa, bright, fait.-  tx>!or*. Dyes cotton,  wool,. sillc or mis-  Stnes. 24 colon,  tviMgive any thade.  Colon 10c, black  ! 5c at your dealer'���������  arpoctp _ with b "Ic-  tst "How'to. Dye'  ^-SO^'  P5  *������������������������������   -F.-L BENEDICT & CO.-ffwl-iwl  Meets Stranger Who' Volunteers to  Show.tHim Sights of the City  Paris, France. ���������^ A- carious a'ory  was told to' the P**.ris police by a  young Canadian. ' Jairies Huntly, or  Hen'.ly, of Winnipeg...      \.  ivlr.    rliliitly   i������   i?j*tt*ii   OStite   iigSut  by profession-. After, a short stay in  London he arrived, he said, at the  Gare St. Lazare, In Paris, on his way  to Nice.     He intended to remain only  } one day here. He &ays that he put  his luggage in the cloakroom at lhe  station, got a check for it and went  for a stroll.  Opposite Cook's, on tbe    Place    de  I'Opera, he was accosted by, a. guide,  j who offered to show him Paris.      He  I agreed, and got into a taxicab ? with  the man.    Aftershowing ^lim several  ��������� points- of Interest tlie guide proposed  to show hiin the Apache -quarter, and  drove with him to a lipase in a shim,  lie does not knowYw'liere'lt'-was.  . The guide, took him into ,a;rqom. on  the first' floor fufnlskYa with.'a few  chairs,  a  table, and  a; cupboard���������no-  umi_    fuaia.        xu.<3    v*.\i\j    (ii������.ii^>    W-/V5..WU  the cupboard and offered Mr. Yrluntly  a drink which be accepted-. (    r        '(  As soon as he 'had emptied bis  glass he fell, asleep and knows nothing  of what happened to��������� ijim till he woke  'up late ..in the atternoon pn. a chair  in the- Madeleine Church. His pock-  elbook had disappeared. . Tfter'a we're,  he says, twenty ten-dollar bills iu it,j-  several papers and ihe check for.his  U'unk. The trunk had- been taken  away from the cloakroom,, presumably  by the thief.  ? ?'     ??YY  .The-charity organization-.'.of^.tho  British Embassy ������-c-nt -YMr. Htmtly  back to Londou aud he win be repatriated. -Y'  PROVED   SUPERIORITY  CPARKLING WATER, cool and  sweet, refreshes  the farmer  who  builds a  JI" or-Tank  ^-Sf^������a������������M_SOTf  That Fellow Feeling  , Onteidje a busy fishmonger's stooo  -* large ice cart., The driver was in-  .0lde the shop, but on a block of Ice  .'sat a small boy, with comfort writ  jEarge anon his face.  TSre gitoutofi't! yelled he man, all  ,ltt ose word, as he suddenly appeared  -jfcff-ffl ifee shop. ���������  Ti-m the'small boy lifted his face,  jtow cih^Tged with sadness.  Was you ever a boy? he asked un-  . jsraamatically.  Of course 1 was, came the reply,  >fcwb~-  Aad did you ever stop away from  jdchcol?  Yc*���������-  Aad when you got home did yer  Carver ever get bif belt and���������  Then it dawned on the big and bur-  (Jy feevmaft.  Yon atop just where you are, my  ���������JftU<- man, he said gemlally. I quite  , under* tAnd.  Keeping P������ice With it      Y      ;  T say, can you"tell.ine-hew far it is'  to the nearest town? .      v  The rustic looked at the hot and  footsor��������� traveller scratched K's hesd  thoughtfully, and then replied:  Oh, about three niiiejs, I should  think.-   ������������������������������������������������������ ���������"������������������'.'. . -. ������������������'/���������) .  And the tra'v-ellp-**' continued his  journey,  with renewed  energy:   /���������',.  An hour or so iatt-* he met another  n'istic to whom he repeated his question, hoping to hear now that be was  near bis journey's end. But instead,  after the subject 'had been carefully  considered,' he. was told that he was  exactly three miles away.  With a sigh, therefore, he set out  once more and walked on; and on;  then on and on again, until at last he  met yet another rustic, who cheered  him with "this consolation:  Three  miles froni-the top  of that  hill will: see you there.  ' Good!   re-plied  tb?  pedestrian.    : If  I bUTry a bit, i shall be able to hold  my own against it.  -rt-i^.*.i',v  tne puDii-water-stippiy tor the purity ot his water, while the farmer can  have his own pri  ���������-have his own private source of water, and thus be sure that it is pure  "i ^J^H__ FARMER,&l>ove all Others, appreciates good water.    He drtnJks  V :%fti iM^f ;jW'ater thari tlie City man.?   The city-dweller is dependent upon  ?���������;������������������:���������"*.   ���������u^S^^ti^'^ttititi.r'  ���������    ������������������ -��������� ��������� .-��������� -,, ��������� / ,   ���������'������������������-������  5 IVI^ ^a^'t found-a better drinlc-tha stored.    But in order to keep  * ���������* water _re&h and pure, a,tank,.or .well casing tliatwUl^kecp out every possible impurity must be usecL  : -' '        -   '  : '   CONCRETE IS THE IDEAL MATERIAL #"QR#AjSTKS AND WELL-CASINGS?  -'-.?:'.-., ���������'���������   \   '    -���������   . *"���������     ' ���������' -  r.      '��������� -    : ���������������������������       .'.. 'ti .-' ./.. ..������.',.'. -..    . V -l-     - --;���������  TT   i������  a.l-dlu-'ely   water-tight,   protecting-  your   water   from seepage, of all  -������v kinds.    It  cannot   rot  or   cru-nbe.-    It  is easily  cleaned inside.. -Time  ���������*  and \yater? ini'ead f������i causing it to decay, actually make it stronger.  Address Publicity Manager  da;? ;C0,2iie_i  Litnited  ^HPHEREare scores Sf other uses for concrete onyourfarm---on every'farm.   If  , *-. you would like to know oi them.-vyrite for pur book, "What the Farmer Can  'B6 With Concrete.**    The book is absolutely free.  Jtif\UJi., Fartnc/s'. In/ifrrriation Da-  1 v^ parlment.wtilfieffj'j'gu io decide  ' iioxoio build anyi7iing,'from aporcti-  elcp'to a's'ito.: 77ie service is fre&���������  ��������� .J'oa. rfp"''- even have tp^rfitjtise io  biiitil. 'VirTtCrt in doubt ask the irt*'arm~  at ior. Department.  -3L'__'������l������  qmpapy  505. :���������  .-��������� ^_  S69~. HERALD BLDG.. MONTREAL  ~%A7~HENyoa go to buy cement  be sare that ihis label is on  every bas and barrel. Then  yoa know yoa arc getting ihe  cement that the farmers of  Canada have found to be ihe  bast.  ^m^m^mM^^mmmm^mmM^ti^^m^mmm^mmm^  THE SECREIJF.     ? "���������  GMIiH BEAUTY  Tl_ oi__j Rff.._������. Um V *Y-D:-L.  ~������J  uv uiuSu i-iuS-v tunc.i-kcjii   uitu  auu  Pure, and the Nerves ?ro-  ra������B*W !_J���������ivsc ��������� ������<|  wv. a y    m . -m. mm*. ������ tf mx^. .0 .  Victor and Vanquished     Y       I  .Past stall after1 siall: went the. rieb j  mefchanr,  foliowred  by. a. footman' in;  smart livery.-? It' W������-? the annual vil-  laga bazaar, and the ticti.imaji had been  roped in:hy force-^ofrdC^ilitt^tapces".  ; 'Ah, "Mr.  I^tzbr^ndo^'-sa-i?^?..really  s\ve^'-tfnd..>,.*ihar^l'i^rladyv atSfene of  thb stalls, -and w^a.j!*''.ai:eT-you?-gd;ng to  'buy^'i?}Dear,x>id;r^ittie^ia??l:&������$ ruo-  -hi'n_ ���������, iiiis/ta;ble,-rand--^c:^'av^-;hpme-  jhjaife c^l*?s/..aproni^'.pe_#ii)erBjVand���������  ;' *'���������'Yes;-saitl'!���������';��������� "a^^.'i^i^uy-^'^.oife of  sach.   ��������� Jaiit-'.do yoU-;S������jj. k������3S6ax&t your  stall? '������������������'���������'��������� ; ''���������tiUjy^gtiti/^    ;   ^.  -.��������� Oh,:'certainly!, came the.r6ady?reply.:  On6 auiiiea eicn. ., .--. -,-'-���������. -  Right! ...replied the autocrat.V'.Th'en.  I'll take a coupler-^-aad ��������� geed-^measure  please.''  ..������������������;-?��������� " ?���������" '[tititititiy y. ti Y  Aunt, rejnark&d the fair.>*jnd. dainty  damsel, for-vviara,'*; please'.?-. T^ovkisses"  for this ���������'���������gehtleman;! -.-.���������'   '   .    ��������� *���������    --.",'������������������?'  Fpra. moment'the "man iof: nie-ans  and money \vas? nbnplussed,? ��������� but?*only  for a mpmeint..,: -Then he? turned to  bis? servitor:.??, .������������������-���������? "'-Av"������. - ������������������'-'"''���������/���������'���������''"';'������������������  James, be said coolly, just take this;  purchase, please...,'...���������;..tititi.. ?Y \  ���������> m ��������� m.  V/ilSi co thoroup-h a preparation at  ���������jband an Miller's Worm Powders the  ���������mother -who allows her children to  .jrmffarfrorri; the ravoigcs of worms is  uuwlM'-, end culpably careless. A  ^child mrbjocted  to    ,the    attaclcs    of  worm** V?i always unhealt-hy and will be  ^stunted in its growth. It is a morcl-  -J'til ������*- -to rid It of those destructive  s]par0tflite-, .specially when lt can be  ,Soae without difficulty.'*  The Tempter  W {rmi will marry mo, said the ard-  4f.nt, -Miiitor, you shall have your own  ,*0totriiob-f.  How dare youi she hissed. Vou  ���������Jknow i am advocating votea for wo-  .men, and ina!at on walking.  Widlor���������Wave you tried our turtle  .0onr>. nir?  IViiiicir���������Yoa, 1 have trlixl II and my  ,.'j'*^{_ic^ li> Uiut Uiu tm-llu jJiovini au  nllbl.  ^Wim mmma**m**W*"������mm*m*****mmmmm*mmtymmy^  I  L_S titi  l  ma. m  Every parent of a growing girl and  every young woman w_o looks after  herself, should be constantly oh the  watch for symptoms of impoverished  blood. Girls ih their teens should  not be pale,-languid and constantly  fatigued. Nature iutenued i.ae_i lo  be bright, energetic and active., The  happiness of a lifetime d^penas u-jv>u  giving the blood the help it needs at  this time, when girts are too freqyenc-  ly allowed to bverstudy,. overwork or  suffer from lack of exercise. '   .  The symp'toims of impoverished  blood are unmistakable- They are  languidness, pale, sallow complexion,  sihortnees of breath, violent palpitation, of the heart, particularly on going  up.stairs, poor appetite; dizziness and  headaches: and a tendency to faint.  These symptoms of course are.- not all  found in every case, but the more  the victim has of. them the greater  progress has the trouble made and this  more imperative Is the necessity to  at once begin to check It. through tbe  uae ci* Dr. Williams*.Pink Pills, v/hlch  bring bac kthe glo wof health and energy to every part of the body. Tho  case of M.i������s Jeanie Fraser, Hahillton,  Ont., offers proof of this. She says:  "Por about eighteen mdnths I was  ln a vory bad state of health and  thoroughly run down. I had no appetite ahd suffered from most of the  symptoms of anaemia. I went to a  local doctor and received treatment  from him for three months, and although I took bottle after bottle of  medicine I was steadily growing worse,  and I got so down-hearted and depressed that I felt I would never got  better. At this time I read the case  of a young lady whoso symptoms wero  similar to my own, who had been cured by Dr. WllUamtV Pink Pills, and I  decided to try them. By .the tlmo  I had used throe boxes my nppotite  had Improved and I was feeling moro  encouniigod. I continued the use o%  the TMllu for a tlmo loncer nnd my  health was fully rostorod."  Those Pills are sold by all medi-  o.ltu-i dealers or may bo had by mall  at RO coats a box or six boxes for  $2.ri0 from Tbe Or. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Urockvllle,  Ont.  4   _    .1 1   ������������������������������������������������  John, do you practice re-giilarly on  tho piano whllo 1 am away  at bun.1-  ���������nir*-i''H?  Y'*h, father, replied tho boy.  1-very day?  Yes, father.  How long did you pntcUcc loduyV  Tlir^e hours.  And how long yesterday?  Two nnd n half Hours.  Woll, 1 am glad to hoar that yoh'ro  w> regular.  Ycfl. father.  And the noxt. tlmo you pr-noMco bo  ������,iir*. anil unlock tbo piano.    Ilorv* 1������  I-the  key.       I  locked  tbo  inotrnniont  I lant  wc-r-1- nnd  T bavr boon  carrying  |H.       ,. ,     I ..     ,���������.H..    .. nn<l..-4     r...f.m    ,,!., .~,  W.4.-     I.KfJ      HI     "V      ,���������-W~..''*'     --    .   --*      .m..\f.    .   .  , A IViflHicat Need Siipplied.-^-rV%en! a  medicine is found ?tiiat?no,t' only" acts  upon the stomach, but is so coirtp_sed  that certain ingredients of* it pass im-  altered through ..the ?stomacih. to fift'd  action r>m .'"the bowels? ;t^en:.there "i-s  available a purgativ_ and a" cleanser  of great effectiveness. Parmelee's  VegetableYPilis are? of ?this:-character  and are. the,.best of all pills. During  the years that they? have been ins use  tbey have established tlieni&felv'e's as  no other pill has done.    ' *  1  EELoIANS  SCARED   BY  GERMANY  JS' THE'B������&T lF^_5fC������U.:  i  ������������������ C-"V;;V . --|-:-r-'5 v,   !.-;.,���������,:���������;  ������... ���������;���������;-..-.!  .        It keeps your "V/lilte Clothe������" lopkingf  ' just iikaliew. -���������  ������������������   -      -������������������-���������;��������� ������������������ ���������'    -  Itdoe.s not Spnt op Streak the clothes  as'there is ho f.&cVUr.&ti  ... It is tho "Handiest Kind'.' to use.  , ,-.   It is Guaranteed to (?ive Perfect Gatisr.  ���������faction or ihoney-thoieptuny IleliBr.ded.  ������������������"���������TfJVIT,  tand .Prowa .11  " for Yourself.  A jo cent package, lastu about  ���������VtiioftthS; as it  Ll ST g-"N*T,  ?::,������������������'J'-R Blue is much better  than auy other." Miss  Thomson, Belmont^ Man.  - " j-R Elne is ah. ExceliVnt  Blue,   Superior   to' other,  Blues."    " Mrs.  Frank J.  "-^oore, Conn.,.Oct. , .',--"  .'"J-R.'-lue i's.the best  Bine lever tised."4������/Trs'.-.'W.  Switzer, Brandon, Man.  What   is  Considered   Grave   Situation  .-., is; Discussed,.by Her Statesmen  Y;YY^V-Yy^Y:''-.;in^'Secret  '���������''���������  Brussels, [, Germany .���������-The Belgian  chamber tiol���������: d'eputi-ies has discussed'at  a secret /sitting vitar questions of national defenseriy'?���������:-���������'���������'* ���������'���������:������������������.'  When it was proposed that a secret  sitting sihould be'riheld,  several mem-  .bers announced tbat they would not  maintain secrecy, and V tulmuitubus  scenes occurred.      .Barop.de-' BroQue-  vvilie, the? premier and -war minister,  according tc the ministerial organ, L.e  Miinufn'cturcd by  The Johnson-  -lUchsri'.sca Co.  Limited,  Montreul, Can.  ���������WUMWMUWMMH  ; The case had reached a?ci-iticai stage  sind even the judge seemed to awaken to a live .Interest In the proceeldi  Ings, for the most- important witness  was about to be cross-examinedv  So you^ are the? lady's maid ? began  the relentless'barrister. "       '  Yee. sir.  And, where-were you at 7 o'clock  on the evening ln question? .. . '  I was In my lady's room. sir.  Por what purpose?  I was dressing my lady's hair. sir. .  The barrister leaned forward and.  spoke very slowly, and Impressively.  Now think, he sa'id. 1 want you to  be very careful in answorlng this question : Was or,,,wa<flvnot?ypiir cmXstress  in the room at the time?"      "' '  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  Thnt  19 I-iAXATlVig BROMO    QUIN1NK;  Look for lhe Hlfrnatuve of K. W. GROV1S,  Ciu-CH ji  Cold  in. Ono  Day.    Cures  Grip  iii Two Days.    i.'6c. ���������  HIb Opinion of THom  An heirloom, explained the. farmer,  Is something that has been   handed  down from father to sou and In some  cases Is greatly prlze-d.  I'd prize these heirlooms I'm .wearing, remarked tho youngettp^'a" good  deal moro If they wasn't so long In  the logs.  ���������ti/ttiz *������n Inspiivtog '-Mocfel,i,*-V!���������-.  Little Johnnie, having in his possession a couple of bantam hens,  which laid very small eggs? suddenly  hit-on*-it-plan/-'' Going the next hiorn-  ing tc/ the fowl-run, Johnnie's father  was siutprised to find an ostrich egg  tied to one end of the beams, and  "above it a card, with the words: Keep  your-eye on this and-do your besit.  Good-friend, if fate should but bestow  Upon, we'll say, a man like you,  The problems' I'have mentibhed, Oh!  What wpiild .you do? .   What would  yoii  do?   ^ 1 ,'   ...,������������������  St? Petersburg. ���������F.    Holmes,    of  Layendo-, Bucks, -^rho Is 73 years old,  has sung bass in the local chapel choir  for fifty years. ������������������ Ho-has 'also  worked for more, than forty years on  bhe'farm.'  citiiui.       iaiLii.i._u.        J. lit;       JxUxi.i'a tt;i;       Xui  foreign* atiairs and myself are on a j  volcano. If you do not promise to  keep" our communications secret ? we j  ijhall be compelled towithold them. !  Guarantees that, secrecy would be-i  observed were obta-ined and the sec-i  .ret. sitting was held: Stringent pre-i  cautions were taken and parliament-i  ary journalists were forbi-dden access!  .even to rooms adjacent to the ohamrj  ���������befV '���������'���������:���������       ?'.���������''      . j  -.   It is;clear tha(t the premier.has been I'  greatly "impressed by the German mill- {  bines i< :Good B Ytary measures .at- EI sen barn ana other!  Size Washings | j places on the Belgian frontier.      At!  - Elsenborn there is the vast maneuver-  i ing climp of the Coblenz army corps.  i From Aix-la-Chapelle a  military rail-.  j way of great strategic importance runs  south and almost parallel with, the  Belgian? frontier. . At Weismes a  branch line runs west to Malmedy,  close to, the Belgian frontier. A new  line, connects .Malmedy, with the Belgian frontier town of Stave-lot and  the railways to Brussels and Liege. ���������  At the? public sitting of the chamber  Baron de BrgaiievlllQ said that the debate might be decisive regarding the  future of Berlin. Certain foreign  powers, he stated, would welcome an-  increase in the* Belgian army. Although there is some opposition, it is  virtually certain that an Increase will  be voted. ' ��������� Y  According to the Demlere Heure.  the premier said the international situation was greatly disturbed, that  large military forces were massed to  tihe south and east of Belgium, and  that it behooved the country' to be In  a position to see that the integrity of  ItJM'.lv-.ri^rrir'V. wim  .nanoMii^  Cardiff.���������A farm servant named  Frederick Davtes, was washed off the  clifC by a wave at. Gower, South  Wales, and drowned. ���������   >  Mlrtard'8 Liniment for sale everywhere.  Waiting for an Answer  Wo asked no-mo months ago wh-thcr  paper collars aro still worn. No ono  vouchsafed to answer. It^lMonr^l-nTi-  preRHloh that the fcollulofd drove ont  tho paper. Wc woll remember the  paper collar and tho paper dicky.  Cool BurgoHri used to sing of I-llldo-  brand Montrose:  Ilo parts hla hair with oxtromo care  And chalk- his paper collars.*  ' Hut tlio papor collar, onco worn,  wan an aceompllishct! fact, something  to bo forgotten; whllo tho colliUbltl  llko t'lm on am oiled ateol collar of tho  civil war poriod can bi> clran-s-nd.  The steel collar was at regular Jntor-  vain refreshed by use of a tooth  brush.      .  It's Always  A Good Thing  To have a  Clear   Horizon  ���������  at both'ends of the day?  box or ilx box������������ t������r MMi,  at alt *oa\otsMm ������������������* TH* Oodd������ M������������lb  m 0* .. .    .��������� ���������     ���������   ...     mm  .     ,������ -p-.     ..  m<*mma    ���������������**-������������������*������������������*--*#****���������������*������^ #     *���������.������,��������������������������������� ���������n.HPvt> t *������*��������� w*������i������i<wy  -Jk*_���������_.  II     ���������! !..WWWI^pWMWIlWHWWWWWIW*������IWIMWiWWI.I.II..IIII.II.W4.WMWIWIWini|ll,^^  ., ii mmmmmmmtm. ���������,, w mmmmmmmummm  ."-"-.T'?7"  W-N.U.   9������d  St. rctcreburg.���������Two Mny co,fflns  hitv** itiniilly I*,*fiti fouiid In Un- monastic burial ground of, Prtorborbiigh,  and have been iilacnd In Potorborou**"h  r.. I*. f.JIImn* "r-1.������������      nmi      m. I .1      4..      1 . -        II,   .  |l coffins of thr������ twin  children  of K\ntr\ ckv.  ; Canute wno were drowned in Whittle  j w������y  Mere an they were croasinB to  j bo educated at Peterborough Abboy.  Ho hud pbialpod a place In an .<���������������>  tatv> ugont'H olllcc mid wan/doing cv-  orythliiB ho could for the int^rosts of  hlu employer-*, , The ether ovchlhl  ho v.'f.'s ������t ii ���������'���������nb**l"!il frath-^rln'** ttnd'wa*"  asked to olng. Ho roapoiided with  Hmnn Rwonl T7mii4������ Tllm frlAiKlw worn  :i - Hi'fijritii'd ii/i, i.iio 'tt-t'im'iiUMi, imi,  he was heartily applauded". St������p-  j���������.iiii loi-vvard, la> ikiKI; I am glad you  llko -Homo Bwoot Homo, and lot me  say that the eompimy I roproHont l������  noUlng homoH on terma to Mult overy-  A dish of  ���������/��������� HOW'S   THIS  We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward  for any  case of Catarrh  that  cannot  be  9ured   by  Hall'.--   Catarrh   Cure.  P.   J.   CHENKY   &   CO.,   Toledo?- o.  We,   the undersigned,   have   known   v\  J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be-  lieve him-perfectly honcat in all bunliieua  tranBactlons and financially able to carry  out any obllfiratlons made by his firm.  WALDING   KINNAN   &   MARVIN.  Wholesale Drugfjlsts, Toledo, O.  Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally,  uctlnj? directly Upon the blood and ratio-  ,ouh mirfaceB of tho syotem. Tentlinonlals  sent   free.   Price   7C   cents     per   bottle.  Wold by  nil druorRlBtn.  Take Halls Family Pills for constipation.  WINNIPEG DRUGGIST ENDORSES  SANOL REMEDIES  SANOL   AND   SANOL-ST r ANT I-DIABETES   EFFECT     WONDERFUL  CURES- '���������"'.>'.���������  Below is given a copy ;of-Va ieiter  from a .prominent Winnipeg Di-u*j_ist.  Thi- is but typical of the many we.receive, advising of the great demand  for SANOL and SANOL'S ANTI-DIABETES, and the many cures these  sterling   remedies   effect. ,;  The' Sanol Manufacturing' Co.," ���������"������������������''  Winnipeg, !   ;  Dear Sirs,��������� ���������������������������'  In regard to the sale of SANOL and  SANOL'S ANTI-DIABETES- I "might  say I have been handling the goods  for about - three months. I was  obliged io put in SANOL'S ANTl-  ..DiAj-ldTBS-to-supply one of my customers, who now is completely cured  and whom, I believe, has sent a.testimonial to "your office. Another customer ordered SANOL and I was  ���������obliged to stock it. This gentleman  ���������was so well satisfied that he .has sent  bottles to his friends. Up to  this time. I.had never really taken  .ifauch.:interest in-the preparations, but  When; customer after customer would  come? in and tell us about, what SAIn-  QL had done for them I came to the  conclusion it would .be v.-orth tiaiy  while gettiriig, behind SANOL and -re-  eommena:n_ .itv.to my customers.  This I ^ave :done, a^nd I have ,hep.rd  nothings but words'.of', praise for'SANOL arid - recommending it to my customers., .This I have done, and. I  have heard nothing but Iwords of  praise for SANOL and SANOL'S  ANTI-DIABETES?   I  artj.  ..'���������-..������������������������������������������������������ Z :.... ..- -..:..    Yours .truly;-  'Austin's Drug Store,  "':'?'���������        "''tip. J. .^mlyn? ^Mgr?  The original of tldy?:*iietter? with  many others of like nature/ may'be  seen  Upon  our Files at any timfr.  SANOL Is the  'RELlABJtyB CURE"  for Gall Stones, Kidney Trouble; Kidney   Stones,   Bladder   Stones,   Gravel,  Lumbago    and    all.,  diseases    arising-  -from Uric   A_Id.    Price  $1.50.  SANOL'S ANTI-DIABETES is the  only remedy which'; has a.'.record of  complete   cures   of   Diabetes.   YPrlce  $a.oo.  For Hale at  all Leading, Druggists.  Send  for Free  Literature.  THE SANOL MANUFACTURING Co.,  Limited ~  WINNIPEG, MAN.  CONVENT OR FORTUNE  -Then    we'll    consider  -er���������what    about  ...... ...  ,.lf,...l       ������.!,,,  Mvoryliotlv oimiht to have a  homo. if you don't want to live in  on������ of thc������o liouM-w yaunM*ir, It'* iho  chance of your life for tui liivasntment.  for breakfast and, again at tlio,ov;onr  lug mual oiiiMis' and closos the day  with a dash, of sunahlno.-  I'oasiUcs, are hits ol hard, whiu*  Indian Corn, flrnt carefully cooltod,  then rolled thin and crinkly,, and  toaBtcd, to n delicate, appetizing  brown.  Not, a hand touchoa the food in  manufacture, and lt la ready to  'wwrv*.1 diivjl from Uu* packliUO���������-to  be oaton with cream or mUk���������and  Post Toas'tlr*!**    tnntir*    drllclou&ly  good und uif richly nourhihlii';.  Made  by  l'uro  l'ood  I'lictorios  oi  #���������*���������������..������������������ ���������������*������        ��������� j* ,   . ������    ix .    . ,  >wt������f*.M>*i_Ai������ii&    * w*.*������ i������������*������    *���������-*.*��������� v **.*   *v^4*m*|kl-������*''*������^ p  Ltd.. \VlndHot, Ont;*     *  ���������iLiiJurrjuLjmir- httih��������� t ��������� i ��������� -1 *-"���������^������������������-^..^���������������������������.i.^..^....^....ui -..,... .1  The  Agent  that aottled.  The    Actor���������But  the contract?  Tho Ag<Mi.t���������Oh, (.hat's all right. A  verbal contract will do.  Tlio Actor���������Laddie, 'listen. The  la������t time L had a verbal contract I  drow a verbal salary.  CONliq     PAPERS      GAVE  BI8HOP AWAY  BOGU3  Po������ed as Oriental Prelate at Meetings  of a  Fraudulent Bank  Paris, Franco.���������To Impress the  shareholder** of tho Auxila'.no Internationale, a banking concern with head*  quarters In the Uno Blanchu. th* dl-  rootorf, dre;!?,<.���������*d up n bntlrr ln a purple  rohc, gave him an ImposlnK amethyst  ring to wear und Invested him with  tho tjitlo of, bishop of Antloch. During  tho mi-cling tho bishop's episcopal  staff was left In a prominent place in  the cloakroom.  Ah o matter of fact, the budiop was  hired to wear his ciotlioB at ho much  por meotlu'?. For a time he acted  the part with duo solemnity, but, at  ,*,.    f,iif.f..   f.0   ,..,  ,    ���������n   il ..,41. ...i..  ,..*..    *f.mmm    w*.    W..U    .'.     ^14.:     h..mt ,i\. , ll,,i.H    llll I   M  inquinltlvo Hharcliolder wont to tho  table to commit, tho report which tbo  blahop bad been roadlnK dnrlni'; th*'  proocedlnK-. Ho was nurprlwod to  rtnd that t.h������ bulky portfolio contained  a number of vory Parisian comic Jour-  4....... 41IJ     IllttUC      H41J.1I4KU     UU\*     1*.     l������U-  Mft*  bir#iBtl***ntlArt   fn1\tiwi*A  Th������ founder of tho bank boa boen  arrcmlri'd and  hla  partner la  now  In  Woman's i-ortune uepenas on Cnoico  Between the Twp  London, England.*���������Sir' Ashburil-  ham Clements, one of the executors of  the will of Lord A-hburi-ium, stated"  ���������at Battle, Sussex, that the late peer'a  only child, Lady Mary Catherine Atth-  burnham, has not yet coine to any  decision as to whether she will continue her life at the Convent of the  Sacred Heart at Roeiiampton.  If she takes the vow, she?is precluded by Lord Ashburnham'a will  from Inheriting his real and personal  estate. The will has been provisionally sworn at under $1,250,000. Sho  has four years In which to decide, being still a novice at the convent. Her  age Is 23.  On her father's death she was, by  special permission of the mother superior allowed to leave the convent,  aud she is now travelling.  Chief Constable From the Rank*  London.���������Detective Superintendent  Horbert Allen hn������ boon appointed  chief constable of Leicester at a salary of $3000 a year. Mr. Allen served through tho ranks of the local police force.  Jt>,  j������&������m ^fa nr-jSspwyit,  ������4 my dtfyAt  J J&m&ta*ttty#i/  I  ^trti^AUKixas--  IC* U.4.CIJRANE.ir.SIMrUUT.a������4l*IIWTHOUK  OYK, mmm mm Iwr-.Why you 4������w't ***������ Xtmm ���������������  *.^~m -.*...   m-,1.,10, ...  0....I,.   ....... 0-f,.,.,,,    ,,....    ���������,.., 4.  I ���������!."���������*������ MUMili** **��������� |M|MMMI>II.U.  !. ��������� .,,.   .,...   ..,,,,.   .<....,.,<,���������,   \^n,.M, mmw.0    W..VM..I, mmm.  ���������������������������Id*-, gtvltig nxxmtu ml l������/W������|i *v������f mXm* ������*!���������������������.  I'M J������OIIW������ON-"*.iaiAI������'OiOM OO., UmmX,  mmmmmmmmm������miimmmmmm������*,,.imu0m'mi mmmmmmmmmmmmM  H  mmm  mmmm  i_  '. ��������� >*i*,H*nn.um**m* ****** l -*  a-y>er?Miiai������i������i  _ f t������������J ur ;il-i t.' Ili-U-a-L'-J**-^. l*tll*>'J1 Hi 'Ml 'MJ)' '���������i{.'������t***������^ l*i;' tf**-t?_'^W*1 _������_t^J������_E'_-!_l-_  JfgSJj THE  CH������S'iVN  S_S_ ������7-SJ>������_t  r*������������������ roams-* ���������*������    /���������>*��������� "--  ���������ii*  Potters Prints anc Ginghams in I atest Patterns--; also NEW STOCK  consisting of _cri_i, Voile, Crimps, Dress Linen, Poplin, Vesting Dress Goods,  Madras and Curtaineue, Crash and Glass Tovvling.  Call and see our stock  ! On Friday evening, March 14 th at |  ~|S, P. M. a medal contest tfiven under j *  ��������� the auspices of the W. C. T, U. will, be  held in the Auditorium. This content  will consistoftwoelecltionary contests,  Junior and Senior, for silver medals  and promises to he pne of the best  ever given in Creston. Besides the  speaking there Will be instrumental  and vocal music, etc., intervened in  the program. A small price of 15 and  25 cents will be charged.  General  W   MERCHANT  U By for Cash and receive your FIVE percent discount at our Store  ^miTm*'i*^ww->-t*"**--^^  iktssseeses  Hi  I:!  il  Church Notices  _ iiH  m   m a nut*  B*^  -8R _B   __? _   -inek- -(*-������_  2"^������  s_3 ���������*- nx B^ gr& as  h'^tf ilka  <������n ���������*������������������**..  ���������-_r a _  __ -49  "fHfuwim-M  BILLIARDS AND POOL,  HOT OR COLD  p  Sr'i  a  !������������������-������  ������   .'���������  i:  *..  BATHS,    CIGARS,i  coNFncnoNS.  AND SE -.  <s.  O-*  ss.  /i  S _  / i  \!V������   i  aKSJWJBGit.-ISSiNi.*  S  AT  Co ^^    .   ���������w*Tk-^*v~*^F^,r^4T"������ &   *. t _"*v  RAZORS     GROUND  .CICTI     n   Dron  | j METHODIST CLIURCH  H  Services will be held every Sunday a*  M i fi������llows:  Ni  m\    Mi'i-niug        -        ��������� 11:00 a. in.  M!    iSvenlng   ��������� - -      7:30 p. iu.  ||j    Sabbath School 2:20 p.m.  r^( You are w-.o<im������- to   tarry with ns  |j i Fred L. Carpenter  ! Pastor  *_  ft  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  Set-vice every  Sunday   at   11 a. n������.  li^sTjaitft.���������^s^j^vur^iB-^^ ' and 7:30 p. ni.  S <r7?4 33 H  EBBLIT-VTE  Ycc>:a r,:=~; and middle-aged MEft  I'.;.- ���������.;.-....: j v.l ^iu--.v ind���������.Cfetions and later ������a.  C'.-.. -. % v.;.,. ii:-j liw.iirw ..i ������������z<*r���������yoxi **!*���������& J������S  '-������������������]:��������� ���������;, ������������������-.-���������i c_-i ivitore to manhood and revive  *.':.- -L..r'-.-:' en _-:-:>- aad T-alitv. Dent give  --.::^'^.c.-v-ir V.'-s-.-v.use j'ou h&v^ treated witb.  ������������������ '.;r J-.Y'tors, v -.si f?-s?ctr!c belts and **ifidl  vj.. ions urug siorii Rostr-.jirs.  Cur New MeO-ed Treatment has snatched  I-i'olr'.-sfr'."���������i_3 t������::is of rf������s-jsir. has r_-  -. .red iar-;:i-es3 to hua-irecs ot homes aad,  l.-s EiadeVacces.-uiI Ktcn o������ those who frero  *��������� clown and out." VTe prescrilM3 specific remedies for esch miliv���������iual case according to tbe  symptoms and complications���������we have no  j-'atent medicines. '1 his is one of the secrets o������  our wcn.-lerf ul success as oi:r treatment can-  rot fail, for we prescribe remedies adapted to  rech indirfdusl case. Only curable cases ac-  r������r,tPr!. V/c n&v������ <30.*--e basiaess t&fsasIissS  Cj_.ada for orer ������3 Years.  CUSA2-2 CASES   GUARANTEED  OH  NO   PAY  1mm*  IVmrn  iaaarryf  i your it���������io>i bt������;ij ti:s:.-cws<i; ���������aveyouacr  v.oaknc������s? Our New Method Treatment will  euro you. What it has done for others it will  do for you. Coniultotion Free. Xo matter  avIio haa treated yo", write for an hoaest  opinion Tree of Char-je. Books Frss���������  ���������*jJ-jy'.".oo'l, Manhood. Fatherhood." (Illustrated; ou. Diseases o������ ilen.  NO NAMES USED V/TTHOUT V/RlTTEr-I CONSENT. Mo natnoi on toxc������ or aiwrf.  opes. Everything Confidential. Question List end Cost of Treatment FREE FOR HOME  l-EATft_iNT.  Smm  m**^ B���������_______T    .  ALL  ofU*  Cregtoti^rfcfeson  ISifie      B$$ociatIon  wil! be held in  1ERCANTILE  HAI  1  EASIER MONDAY  MARCil,   i wenty-Fourth  Gents $i  Ladies Fret  B very body   is Invited  Refreshments  Free  Sabbath School at 2:30 p. m. ������  Adult  Bible Class at close of evening service.  W. G. Blakb  Minister  CHUKCH OF ENGLAKD  ; Christ Church  Mar.   10th (Palm Sunday)  ; V!���������tius Holy  Fapti^m 11 a,m  -rictcsoQ School House 3pm  Sunday Sohool 3d. oi  Evensong*, Sermon 7 p. u<  1 March 21st  (Good Friday)  ; Morning Service II a. in.  j March 23rd (Easter Day)  ' Holy Com nm uion 8 a. tn.  ' Matins Holy Communion 11 a. ut*  Erickson School House 3 p. uj  Sunday School 3 p.m.  Evcusong Sermon '     7 p. m*  Philip C. Hayman   (Yicarj  i  ?he S,i'nnd of the Dicdsss of Scotcsa*  will be held oa Wednesday and Thnrt<  day ia Easter week March 26 th auo  27 th.  DUCK CREEK NEWS  OVER 08 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL  it raafces bo difference what yoa fl-ftira oa  planting this sea-ion���������we can supply you.  end with tha fluest quality of nursery stool*  ever grown.  An trees, plant*, vine**, berries, shrubs,  evergreens, roses, etc., sold by us are Suar-,  teed -J  _.    _  ���������A-sKtiSl ti!0( ivABi-tu  It will pny you to get la touch with us.  ���������   BVERV PLANTER NEEDS OUR BOOK-  LANDSCAPE GARDENING  8c   WHAT TO PLANT"������������������  32 PAGES,        lO^CSTAMPS)  R/A.L>Li'EV  [URSERIESItq  _ __ RiCHARD M������C0MB,CEM1M(;R.  & mBOX. A. ALDSRGROVE. B.C.  j creston m\m a Spirit, fa,  ' " ?    i        'ii.  Get your* Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco?  Cigars,   Po&ckesx  jiv&jr^^ ti \  sfireriOR  *Bii-������ H s^frff M  s.  or  PEDIGREE STRAW!  :r  James Compton, Agent  jrliCfi-j-ti  ro FUR SHIPPERS  Hardy Northern srr'own Btock of  he  following varieties;  Senator Dunlap; Parsons  Beauty; Glen Mary; 'War-  f ieid; Clyde; Clarks Seed-  Sing and Helen Davis.  i  Tho mott accurate, Mllable and only UuketBeport  amil Price List of Its kind pubUibed.  ss������lyt? -8>i|ubi-rt ������*hipp������f*  ���������ailed FKKE  to those Interested ln  Kaw Fan  SEND US YOUR NAME ON A POSTAL���������TODAY  It's not a Trapper's Guide, but a publication issued  ���������very two weeks, which gives you reports or what Is  doing In JUl the Markets ot tho World ln American  R������w Fun. This information Is worti hundreds -of  dolls��������� to yon.  Writ* for M���������NOW���������XT'S JeRSS  A.  B. SHUBERT  Ths Larsest Home In the World dialing exclusWtly ia  aa-4������TW.-l8hlg������B������.. D������DM*f CHICAGO. UL. U.SJl  Price $10.00 per thousand, Express  barges prepaid.    10 percent discount  .if ordered and paid for before March  20th.  WYNNDEL  Wigen  .'������������������* i   B. C.  DrsJ   Trade Marks  ��������� u vmBjxgarx^ ' uesions  .ftnyona sendlns a akatch and description may  Quickly ascertain our opinion free trhother  ln.������nllnH  l������nHlh.KI������...laM������_U     Ps^issr,!  Electric Restorer for Men  ���������  PhoSDhonol restores every nerve in the body  ,��������� v.*. , Ito its proper tension; restores  ���������     , . vitn and vitality. Premature deray and all sexual  ������������������ send for onr prices ou fnrnitnre. we   weakness averted at once.   - taosp���������onol ���������will  53���������co vo- a _6w man. Price S_ a '('���������ox. or Iwo fot?  85. Mailed to any address. Vh* BoomU'X'rtu-J  ���������-=s Sta Qa������ta-rl-ese ������_���������  ���������ay the freight.    O  O. S  natmati rmamit mm rittMmmmxmmm  mfm**mmm 9m*wmm^  wimww* VM4>rnjQ| %xx WS&  Scientific JVineriC-ti.  A hanfisot���������sly ill���������-uted -weekly. Largest dr.  eolation of any aolentlflo journal. Terms ror  Canada, $8.75 a year, ventage prepaid. Sold by  .all cswedcalera.  MUNtl & Co.36IBroad^. Hew York  Braneh OOce, (B5 V Bt..W������ahlncton. D. C.  OB_a_nK  S3  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold St.,  Detroit, Mich,  All letters from Canada must be addressed  to our Can.idian Correspondence Department in Viiulsorj Ont. If you desire to  Sfte ua personally call -it our Medical Institute i:i Detroit as we see and treat  no patients in onr Windsor ollicea which are for Correspondence and  laboratory  for Cunndhu Ijusinosr. onlv.   Address all letters aa follows:  DRS. KENNEDY Cc KLKNEDV, Windsor, Ont.  _Writo tor onr privnto m'lilrrsn.  ������Mf.'.ti^7(.'?Z:Z*.%#*#  ���������>tv.3-.*<!</iwAtx*>������������'Harii  Co*  ������. '���������*a_J5a--_----3n^^  Th& $%gyr������ff+g$i@$@2 m^!&fiffm&g������ff9������B&  tmiompnsing tzo Jtcres  GRAND FORKS, B. C.  Pears    M mnn bf w^l^^o!*.   Peaches  Plums  ^*~*r~*-ffc* s _n_ic.4-i������  cherries  GUARANTEED EHSOGUIE CROWN  Cellared���������Roots iu earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established IOOO by the HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture  [ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  For OatuloKiie and Prico lit-, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  \'_!.'.'*.���������.'*rt..A'W������t.\.:....'.  trir%  IHE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., I.L.D., D.C.L., Prcaldent  ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN A1RI)  General Man.ia'r Aki.Ii.'nut (������.i n������-i ul Mnuui'er  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  BANKING BY MAIL  Accounts may be openeJ :il every l>ranch of The Canadian  P.nnk of Comrnerai tf������ i������e oper.-ilcd hv innil, ;mtl will ycccivo Iho.  same careful attention as i*; :;iven to all ol her departments of the  I'.ank's business. Money may be dupo',i!ed or vvillidravvn In this  ���������way as satisfactorily a^ by a iJci_u.ial visit to the _>ank. a4  P^rrv   B. Pnwler.   Miinfjver Crc^lofi Branch  MessrsQ. J. Wigen. Matt Hagon.ana  Joe Wigen were Creston cullers Wed-  uesdaj.  Mr. Johnson and Mr. A.  E. Mnite-  wejee visitors to Oroston Wednesday.  Monrad and Minn Olga Wigen wert  gaests at tbo danoe t,iveu by theK 01  f'b, Monday  Iludiun ugeut Ryokmau was in Duck  Greek Tuesday. We hope lis visit wil.  ]h*vo theelfect of stoppiug the iudiou  troai killiug th6 deer.  T. B. Wiiilaw Hnunt Taewlay at Dnok  Greek, He hud iutenael doiug some  work here, but decided to leave it uuti  ihe snow hud cleared off.  The Coperative Fruitgrowers ot  Wynndel hold their fortnight meeting  in the Club house Saturday, no busiuesb  of groat oniportanno wua dtsouiaod.  Mr, Liualy uf Creston Wns ut Ducb  Greek Sunday aud was preuent at the  frnit growers mooting.  A Btcoud crew of men have started  work ou the government roads horo  with Jesue Wilts ub foteinuu.  The O. P. It. Bieuui shovel which ih  wurkihg ut Ljiunk Creak is doing great  work. It iu killing out gr*vol tu till in  ttot* \i\tw krAuti/j dy'-fii ut Sirdiir  Paul Otnor was a visitor to Ure-iiou.  W. J. Cooper wuh a vi������itor eulloi  Tuosdity.  Don't forgot the HoolalOlub duuoo on  -iiturduy March   IA th.  Joo  Wiglu ih  Hour iijunn^er.  A, nieetuiK of tho huuhcbuldir*- ��������� I iltK  Wynndel (iiusibU'd) ������*hoo' < istiiot KVu-  liiliui Mi*. Ui'iiiit it h ������unn mi ������ 1'iun.y  Mm oh 7 th at 8 V. Ai. l'laun lor tho  orootioii <>f ii new hoIiooI li'iumi weit*  diuuuuNMCu, i''. J. Mity wuh L'leotod u  liuumn to uiir.onil. W. .1 Cliiiipm* aIhii-i<  robin nation wuh uuuniited by thu inouiiii^  A. Ouopuruud hi. jautturllold withdrew  heir remtuimtloniL  m*A *m4-*mmm im.Mxtt m. _.'  FORD  OAKLAND  Ifarm flmpkmcnts  MARSHY-HARRIS  Non better.    We guarantee  them.  STICKNKY  The Best  We    also  handle   cheaper  grades.  EjiTtf^fl IB _> __f fl_r  A pump for every   purpose.  ��������������������������� lS_ll_���������__>������������������~mm- . , ���������       -1,-|���������1|-     rijiij--  Gasoline  The highest test for less  money than compeditors.  FRJU  AND ORNAHENTALS  Coldefream Estate Nurseries  VERNON, B. C.  All our trees are Home Gr'iW ������������������ ar������A on a rarite>t>A.t- rs������������.  ��������� ��������� ��������� ~    ^ w.���������. ^-_-___     mm mm-^  _ to name.    We carry  all *he  leading  varieties  most  ^ suited to this district.    Our specialty, is budded stock  a> on three-year-old whole roots,  ���������    For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.    * &  ��������� ���������J. Biinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C.. S  ��������� . ���������'���������������������������' <&  &&$&&^^^&&v^'&'&$'wvwwww^<i*w&&<$'  .- '-���������������������M-H,...-A.������y.vf.{.-"i:^������:i  ,-.--r.^^...-i','rv4i^-i^^-U4���������:^'.���������r>^���������������������y.^  Our Spring  Stock Contains  'Wl'lfl'-T'rp^^1***. 'H|W',uWMimssiii_wc-  wurni������������  c_  i-5  A FULL  LINE  OF  ������us ana (Breasts  A full  stock of  oils  and  greases alway-? on hand.  BOBS  ass  -tin-hi (ffi.   |V * sm       mmm "**r  BZ  *J0 "**  ii* 4iAi���������������^,������4,i,ii  IS* &* IBMMt M>QY.  ^m^^^^r  ������l_.1.0  m  LADIES.CHILDRENS  Creston Mercantile, Co.  i  ��������� ������������..,.i ..._L...i ,i.mi i������i uii immmxtiiitmmmimmmaH  '*.m  I  WI  -  -   ,'JlB  xmmmmmmmimimiim  |HaHi  *mmm*mm*m*

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