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 Al Roads-,iii-:-.'Eja.'st*' *m&ti W*est' Kootenay' ij^Ldti-i&[. Creston  ALLTH&NEJfrSJ  of theCRBSTON  DISTRICT      |  "T8^  'XLmJ::L VJL^ ^ J   I  I    e? nn a     v_��������������� I  g       v ���������. W   ������        ������i.n������\|  5  **-$  M  No, 25. $th Year  CRESTON, B.C,   FRIDAY-   FEB. 28,    1913.  Single Copiks 5c  -.g-UU-Hg:  _''������������������������-*   *&. w a ���������  AS^r^TAa-l  1 llllll  ember of Legislature   ;w  Is Justly Proud of The R<g  sources  Ymir  MwagMmwBM  Some wouderfully fine apples, grown in the neighbor-  Hood of Creston, bave been brought to the city by Mr. J. H.  Schoneid; member of the Legislature, for the riuiug of Ymir  Mr. Schofield is justly proud of the resources of the district  which h������ has so long represented and so ably, and he is de*  determined to show his fellow members that as good fruit can  be grown within its borders as in any part of the Province.  He has arranged with the caterer at the buildings that these  shall be placed on tables,.so that: .ail who dine in the grill  shall have an opportunity to tes- practically what Creston  can do. The apples were grown without irrigation, and are  as fine fruit as can be found anywhere. The are several varieties in the consignment Mr. Schofield has had sent here  demonstrating the wide field there is in applegrowing as well  as other fruit culture of the district. - They are all large, of  rich color, perfect in shape, and juicy,, and those who~ have  tasted them declare that they are equal to ihe best grown under any conditions.-���������Victoria Colonist;  SIRiP 1 fiT|  TO BE SOLO  SchO-i&Sd informs   Board  of Trade of   Governments? Action  Victoria, February, 24,1913  Percy B. Fowler? Esq .,  Secretary of Board of Trade.  Creston, B. C,  Dear Sir:���������  With further reference to yours ��������� re  Sirdar lots. I am glad to be able to inform you that I have today succeeded  in getting the governments consen tto  the -sale of these lots to the settlers  whobavenceumedthem. Mr.Rennick  has today written to the govenment  agent at Nelson, instructing him to  proceed in the matter. .  Yours Sincerely  J.H. Schofield,  laws a    BtiBgi^JJggi  SM1I1GF  TARIFF OypPLES  Fruitgrowers of B. C. Request Government To  Increase Duty  Bn  OCAL note:  ffl HiJHilUL  V  w ES U> U  1���������������r       -    -*ss'   -*s*  **  ���������  "������Sr    1&S'   ������������������3  18 'NiW.  Second Class Opens Mon������  day riarch3rd==Few  Vancancaes   Left  ti. Tiie fruit-growers of British Columbia,''through their representatives,  Messrs Augur and R. M. Wiaslow,  president and secretary, respectively,  of the British Colnmbia Fruit Growers'  ABsociation, will ask the government at  Ottawa, to consider raising the duty on  Amerioan apples Irom 15 cents a box to  at least 25 cents, the latter being the  Unttjad States tariff against Canadian  applss.  There are other requests to> be made  to the Government. The British Columbia growers want more protection  than the tariff affords and bo will ask  that the inspection and sales act be  amended so that American shippers will  be obliged to mark their frnit before it  enters Canada, as American shippers  will be obliged to mark their frnit be>  fore it* enters Canada, as Ameican shippers are not under Canadiau jurisdiction  and as the average; producer has nothing to do with the final destination of  his fruit, this being bandied by the cooperative associations.  An X ia the space below means that  your Bubsonplibn has run sue, kindly  renew at once.  Forty years ia use, 20 years the s$an  dard, prescribed and recommended thy  physicians.   For Womans ailments, Dr.  Martel-Pills, at your druggist.  Mias Mabel Vandervoort of Trentoni  Ontario is visiting her sister Mrs.R.M.  ZReid.  ���������Very best of  Saur Kraut   At th  ������ *CashSt������re?      '  ���������Apple  trees for sale, ���������First olase  S  yr roots  iyr  t<ody,hoine   grown,  S to 4 ft 910.00 ^100 4    to  8  ft  $1-00 per 100.   fnrifee  for 'oatal-Sfrae  Gtaad Fosfcs   S-oit &  Nurs*ry   O*.  h������s ^*Ss-^-r^__^ B��������� G.  Dan Oaaieroa, wli&hafi-daa ������oal-_$  almmmmmoa<AUcampamiadimmW ���������  this week. Ma hag beea safifi_-������gfeM_  mi attack of tbe ^Grippe.  ���������i_tr������ pestent -ieoount st tha {-Mb  Store,  Mica B. Lemons   returned  &oj& a,  trip to Kelson, Tuesday.  George Srofierlol-, who has been to  Vancouver ne a delegate to thi L.O.L  [returned to* Oreston, Monday.  ���������Latest fstyte-  in   photos.     Studio  nest to Garsge.  DUCK GREEK MEWS  JgariHagen was a visitor to Ci*est<'������v  '.*\'lL^' -y.irS.-'f     J.--4-   W.^i^a.^^-^**.    ���������������������������'   mr-     .���������..     ,T   .   .'J- -'"1,-:       ������ .'?.*-    "^.1"*   '*  on Monday.  Tt  Monrad Wigen is busy building his  box factory. He is ereoting a l)uildinj.>  60 ft. by 80%;  Then-testing of* the rate payers  of        the Wynndei assisted  school distriot which ; was called for  February 24th was adjourned owing to  the indispooitlon of the 8eo-Treas.  Ashley Oooper,  3-sck Craskitcs h^vo besa having the  time of-heir lives all. this week on tht  the ice. We aU hope it will last _uite  awhile.  The Oooperativs Fiuit Growers of  Wynndel held their fortnightly meeting  in the Social Olub house on Sunday  afternoon. The miuutea of the previoon  ���������siesting were read, ii_w membera en-  rollc d, au order for, seed was taken and  gonoral plnus for the coming season  disconnect,  Jack Moore of AHoft Siding was n  visitor to Duck Greek*Saturday.  Mr. and Mra. Matt Hngen will hav<  ohsrgoof theiflavoe, March 1. Wo im  expfobiuR t. high old tlmo.  ? Paul Ofner shipped a "car of C. P. B.  split postB the beginning of the week.  ���������Id will ship out a Gar of 20 ft telephone  ?jole3 next week.  MissM. Butterfleld left Duck Greek  on Thursday for Edmonton,- Alta. Sh������  rotnrned from Riondei a fortnight ago  o.ving to ill health.  Mrs. Quaife and children arrived in  Monday to reside frith her husband,  -1.      ...  Tom Quaife, Jr., on Bob.Dixons" ranch,  Don't forget the Sooial Olub dance,  -..>  Saturday, Maroh 1st at 8 p. m.  ���������-Wg um������6 * full uiid ui dancing and  Romeo slippers at the Cash Store  DeBhbom���������Lamberton  The apple packing school held in  Creston under the auspices of. the  Provincial Department of. Agriculture  opened in B.unces, Elall Monday February 2i The class this year is not  quite as large as that of last ye.ar as  there are still a few vacancies, -which  will probably be filled by the time tihe  second class opens.but it is gratifyiug  to learn however, that the fruit grow-!  ers of the valley are taking a keen in-  ter est in the school as the sale oi fruit  depends on it being properly packed.  The schools this year is in charge of  J. B. ^Dastner who has had twenty  years experience as a fruit grower and  packer in the famous Hood Biver dist  rict in Oiegon.  n    XT   D_it:~   ^tr  .,     ������3.. uuuw    -j.  Mrs?,W. S. Ryckman, whe has been  a resident of Creston for a number of  .- ti.   " .:.''- : -:  years left today for Cranbrook, *vhe_e  ti!'ti . ���������. ���������        >���������-..'  sherXviilremain for a, couple of days.  before going to Waterdown,  Ontario  where she expects to remain for som  time. Miss Annie Byckman, who is a*  present at Cranbrook will accompany  her. Mrs. Ryckman has many friends  f,  vaigary  clothing  company was  the guest   of   Mr. and  j. Mrs. B. M. BeM, last weak.  .    ���������      TX-������ ���������    ������������������ i        ���������   v-.     ���������       V  will Rose Lodge. No 39 meet every  [Monday -night? A -fi>_l^^ iattsndsacs Is  [requested. ^  ���������We pay the������ freight, u_S if y>u. are  ���������For Sale���������Sev^uig maohine, aimost  new. Baymond snake. A bargaia toe  ������ash.   Enquire at this ofiSoe.  M__*     ���������-  Ste*?. Mr. and Mrs. Bisks end fasaily  whe attended the Sootenay Preabytssy  at-leleonlast week, returned toOreatou,  on Saturday last.  For Sale��������� 2fairs of thc������oo|chbred  Flemish Giant rabbits weighing -rom  10 to IS lbs for prices a-pply ������ris-Hic&���������i7  Oreston B. G.   ,  Mrs. Knott of   Canybn City   was *  m*^Km^m^^iti^������y ^ My  ������not sat-Bfied with the vefess received  inCl'eston that wish, her a pleasantIfrom ua, we wfll pay the f-Bight baok  journey and a speedy return, she will  be greatly missed from their midst.  Mr. and Mrs. C. Blair of Canyon Oity  left on Tuesday for Nelson.  BURTON HOTEL  Several carloads of cedar  posts have  | been loaded and shipped from Creston  tho past week.  Mrs. O. S. Hall of Oanyon Oity was  a Creston caller Tuesday.  Nmw oitt'icrti tor tbo next two mouths  will be elected Sutimluy evening at th-  oomm'-noment of thu duuoo.  Don't forgftt thnt the Soo-Tren������. wil  b;*o'i hnnd S'ltucdivy ovening to oollu.'!-  your inonthly dnei. Pny ni������ and hmii  pleasant lnombors.  Mies Grace Lamberton, who has been  residing with her uncle B  Lamberton,  of Oreston the pant two months, ws*  married to Julius JBolbbam  in   Sand  Point   Saturday evening February 15 tb  The yonng couple left Crestsn on the  K. V. f ix Soud Point i���������iu Vfero uuuomp-  aniod  bv scvoral frionda of tho bridi-  and groom from Oopeland, Idaho, the  home ol the grooiu. Thoy returned tn  v  tho homo of tbo grooms pnrontu on Sun  dn? evening where thuy will reside for  v short whllo Many filond������ of Oepilmul  and CreHton join iu  witmlng   them n  l-tiiK and hnppy married life.  What is thore in the  vnlo   of   life  Half so fl������Hghirull as a  wife;  When iriondHhip,   lov<>,    and   pfaeu  combine  To ut imp the mairliiRO-bond dlvnui?  - - Cfiwpi'i*  Will  Be Known As The  King  George -totel  In The Future  The Burton Hotel, which was former  ly owned nnd managed by William  Burton of Creston, and which was  sold Homo time ago tho Creston Trad-  Oompuny will be known in the futiiro  ns tho King George Hotel. Tho change  was decided upon because Mr. Burton  Iiuh .sovui'cd nil connection .with tho  hotol and it was thoiighttliiitthe name  King George would bo more appropriate than the .>ld one.  The officers and members othef L. O.  L. no.21)05, are requested to atUm-I a  meeting on March 6,1013, to hear the  delegates report G, Brouerlek, W.M.  About fourteen young Crostonitcs  gathered at the Mawson home on Wednesday evening to pleasanly su.prfoo  Miss An nio and Dave Hamilton who  expect  to leave on Monday for tho  and refund full   amount df your purchase,   o. C.S.  Miss. -loLaughliu of Medidlno Hat  ia tho> -guest of Mrs. Howard.  .'       mm -"������������������'������������������'���������  ���������I^Aj-iiuS. call afc onrf-tor_ audi  look.ovetout' supply of McCaiS-'pat-l  terms just recieved.   S. A. Speertr.  ;    ,     _ ���������     :'l4      ���������        '.  A. largo crowd of CreBton and Canyon  Cit; files attended the dance given At  Port Hill last Saturday night.  -Vor Sale-Good ^ork horse -weight  1400 v Enquire at thin* of floe.  It. M. Beid. oxpecta IV) leave Suttday  |for Edmonton, AlberlUtj bolng <5allod  there by tho illness of 1 its mother*  , Has yonr subscription tun out? Art. X  Old "fc4i. is -vidwuily gcseing ready  to -ta-b c_f wits v* cSeaac stock ofvrsGvhsr,  as he haa for nearly three mont_i been  unloading on ma aU ithe .odds And fende  of etorme, jjobilots of .snows, tB.hoprwoi!n  thawe asid saisfiit bl^ards .whiqh ihR^**  been _ocuo_Qilot!in;g ,in,his hufincu^ ,for  Paul Hasentu of: Doek iQrenik ^fti ,***.  i Qreston caller ttond&y.  Mr. B. H. Rudd, representing th*  British Columbia magazine, waa intown  last week^he; will he baok soon with  a i-opositlol* which he intends to pftt  before the people to pain oirenlaHoq,  that will appoal to aU who are inter-*  ested is the ���������tatare w*^**������!*-*^JB|dl*i������h  Oolnmbla. ��������� Adv.  Kant to be gdbo Homo time. Dancing  ������n tho oirolo indioatos tha I tt haw, if mp,  and games woro tho chief indulgomcnts  Kindly renew at once.  T>������ ...  I-  X0Xmlm~  jMondivy.  He  >..u.  .���������' i  ~LAD1ICS, cull at our store and look  o\ er onr supply of McOnlla'.pnttornr. jnr.������,  erns jiiHt received.     f>. A. Wpeei'f  Watts Not lo Build  Mill At Present Time  Mum Bui-la nud ui.o't'.v '���������'���������  son wero visitors to Crouton. Tueiwtay.' | f 11.  Owinjr lo tin' dullncHH ii\ the lumber  triMlii lu the (Jiuiiidiiiii Noi'tlnvetst at  the pio.si-iil. liim', A. 15. wiitts, who n,  tiliort while ago united that he wiih  i.uuii tu iTi-rl, ���������!, mill ;;1.;;.;-. !..'-. ',];.;  HiMindry line iieni- I'ovt Hill, stilted  ri-ci'iii ly m /i I lip i iniiitfj;ii iu-ii' lluii, ln>  would not. ei'i-cL Lh.' mill until next . ,  Iron Beds witb unati-OHs and spring  for  la��������� ol. Ulllil ������������������  .   fuvol.lt|������lii comUllouu   "'V "    ,    ','''    ,M',  I Mlnv,.  of the evening and it was quite late  holoi'u the happy guests departed forf  home.  On Friday ovon ing, March 11 th nt  8, P. M. a medal content glvon under  tho auspices of tho W. 0. T. U. will, bo  bold in Wio Auditorium. Thin eontost,  will eout-hlol t\voulo������ltU>iitu'yc-ii''ost4tj,  .Tiinior and Senior, for (diver niedalfi  and promises to he ono of tlio best  All members of Wild J Si-SO-Mdgo,no  80 are oarnoatly request wfl to mttond  tho regular session on M aui-uy 8scd ut  8 P. M. sharp. Special bu  eUness.  Th* tewo thtkttc, of the   people c������ *  town may be judged hy ���������WieAooryarde  they keep. BefUKty -ontrihnted  to tha  happiness of all, and only selfish -heants  _an see   igp geoda in  expendanranged  promises. Tho public  spirited .oittaan,  the truly benevolent  soul,   the .beast  cf good morals,  anb  the thoroughly  religion- mind will never permit thorns  or   thi������tJeiJ,   brush . and  briars*   and  all   manner   of   unsightly   things  to  ',' 'I' 4,"  ���������  mako"������MWihtly his surroundings.  *''!' "���������' i    *'  U  and voi'ul nuihic, ntc., inlorvtiiiuil in  the iirograni. A hiiiiiII jirieo of 1ft and  '1.1 i:cii!,o Will Im ������:1i,iik< il.  -Till: C. O.- 4?. if    rutjbroi.i ih Kullini,'  Bogistered Yorkshire t^hlte 'Boar,  Oak Lodge Duke of AgaBsi ���������������- :86276, 'bred  by the director of tho cxpe -rlniotntal'farm  AgnssiiE, B. O., is for sen ������������������*���������*���������> at "Valley  ever given  in   Oroston.   BoHidea   tluifVl3w mno!l'on Alio������ M,n ���������^A������iMt<r<8'  speaking there will   be  iiiHtviunetitnl  W. A. MoBcan made a -bssiuoBS trip  to Nelson Saturday, rotu tsiianx Mondsy.i  "fill������n -|>r>������..   t-i.f.if      ������."������    -.������,.���������.  ,.....,-   _....,      .^.f^.       ...m     ^f..xx>\f     4  Btoro during  bis abrtenee, .,  G. M. Bonney loft Wednesday for  Nelson,  Mr. and Mrs. O. Towner roturnod  wedensday from a trip to Oranbrook.  Q  1mm- Sah-  i)iy   wood,   Iti   and   IH  '���������on!  of two ricka  ..1.   ..,.     ..J-     tUm     n  ���������i,    i������.^  ���������������>���������,,,.  mm.     XXXV     m.������mc  warni.nl, h t  ��������� Hnvo yonr picture     irJkttft ���������%vliilo in  {oroston6 Studio behind   .ttbhib-nk.  Goo. SUoo will give a shooting match  ln Port HUl Saturday Maroh th I  Tlicrc wil! be TS^.tcbr1^ to1* both *rlfl**p  and revolver, as woll as pigeon shooto*  Mr. and Mrs. H.Walters left on Mon  I day for Nelson.  *)���������  i\iLu*ttmm*mm*  iJRftt atSLu..  W������MIII^I'il.l^1������i'llil������lllll������i^  mmmmm  mm -...(."- ��� '~-ta ���
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By Arthur Applin
��*ir��i   t-ocK   ��.   V.O.,   i_ifnitcQ
London,  Melbourne & Toronto.
"Wo have cash tor 2 or 3 s**ct**)ns of steam plouffh land, also for a number ol
goon* improved farm.-.    Prices must be right.
Fortunes are being made In Swift Current, Saskatchewan, the fastest grow-.
ing town in the Canadian West. Shrewd investors believe it will exceed the
growth of Saskatoon. Kegina and Moose Jaw.
Choicely located lots at $1^5.    Terms $10 cash and *fl0 per moiUh.
Vvrite for booklet on Ssvift Current.
To rent a number of choice improved farms in al! sizes close to school and
market. Write for new list of attractive in\"cstnien��.s In Lands. Acreage. Winnipeg  investments,  etc. ,
22 Canac'a  Life   Buiiuing.  Winnipeg,  Man.
One on Solomon
Perry���Solomon himself admitted
that he was puzzled by the way of a
man with a maid. s
Mrs. Perry���Well, lie'd h;ive been
more excited over the way of a maid
with a new set of dishes.
Public in England Mulcted by Cus?
toms That Amount to Scandal   .
L/ondon, England.���The practice of
paying/junior counsel a fee equal to
two-thirds of the amount paid to senior counsel was attacked at the general meeting of the Law Society.
BrinsL-y   Harper  said  tbe Law   So-
Reduce cost of  Living
Mrs. Youngbride (at the baker's)���
The holes in the doughnuts are very    .           ��.--    ~~
large.      You ought to make some re- \ ciety sdiould protect the public as well -
Baker���Can't do that, mum; but I'll
IJ give you a cent each'for the holes ii
' { you'll return 'em.
The proposal which he had made to
Keuben, Scribner repeated to Iris's
mother, and a few days later Iris received an invitation from Lady Mary.
Mrs. de Fontaigne was anxious that
_.er daughter snould accept it, but
Iris refused.
I can't afford it, she said quietly.
I haven't any decent country frocks,
and besides, I must' stop iu Loiidou
and find work now.
li would do Keuben good, Mrs. de
Fontaigne said, tentatively.
He could go without me, Iris replied.      And io their surprise, Keuben
the houses.       Dark    clouds    in    the
vhest threatened to hide the sunset.
1 got caught in a shower cf rani
today in Bond Street. -\ man oucr-
ed me his umbrella until 1 reached
shelter. I didn't know who he was
until .afterwards,   when  I     saw     him
Give   Bleriot  Monoplane,   Fitted  Complete, for the  Use of Army
London,   England.���The   war  office
actmatu unouier aeroplane recently���
���x-'i- '����������� ��� ;^,i~-.-- .,���,*. a* si��i- irom the International Cones-
standing at h:.s ofiice window, and-, poucionce Schools, the curriculum of
across .them 1 read his name���--Aaron . wuich *nc*udes the scienca of aviation.
R��ISbnM"   started,   but   she   did   not |   Jhis;   Particular  machine,   a   Blerloi
f. | monoplano  htted    with    a    50-horse-
S    M!b himself a lli.ai.clcr, hut I j�����?^Y^'X"^'^ TYaS "ti'" ���fl*""
���re -���. ,-t a   conuuun    n,����Y ffi.'Hu.V-f 0?* �� Cn-SS
Now Feels ��� Strom
*_ i
ncs ��.a:
' Well, what of h'm. what did he say !
to you? Like his infernal cheek to;
dare to speak to you, Scribiur ��.ud|
quickly. i
Iris looked at him then, surprise in I
her eyes. You know him? Whonj
I saw hhn at h'.-s ottlce wiudow, Mr. j
Saintsbury was standing with him.        '
A  deep   frown     knitted     Scribner':. ;
brows.       Well,   he  said  at   last  in   a
strained voice.
That's all, Iris whimpered, only I
think you know that Mr. Saintsbury
was connected with certain affairs in
Mr.   Francks'  life.
Scribner bowed his head. I had
better tell you at once that I know
everything���why your engage*���ir.**:*
with Francks was broken off, why he
married Saintsbury's daughter. It
nearly broke his heart at the time,
but I suppose he couldn't help h.m-
It was my wish. Iris said quickly.
And Fit for Any Amount of Work
as i-G  -ssuit of Rising
Br. Chase's Kcrua Foods
���expressed his wiliingness
the invitation.
One day me Honorable Fred called
for him, and they drove' away together
in a taxi-cab. People turned to stare
at the queer couple at the railway
etation me tall bronzed soldier, and
the little deformed weakling. Scribner wondered what on earth ha would
do with the boy when he had h-_i
alone at The Towers.
He had lived a life of selfish pleasure, thinking only of himself. It
was a novelty to have to think of
someone else, but one he- scarcely appreciated. Since from his point of
view, his aunt Lady Mary was mad, he
hoped that sihe and Reuben mi_hc get
along very well together.
All bis 'hopes were realised. The
old lady who had lived the best par:
of ber life alone, with only her dogs
for playmates and her flowers on
which she could lavish her love, quickly interested herself in the deformed
youth, and he, as if by some subtle
Attraction, w-as drawn to her. j me Saint-bur.-      accused
On the very first morning after his j Francks of takms some mont-v which: xv'ith the nerve and the courage and
arrival at The Towers, he followed , belonged to him? oh. vears aud vears i th<? &kiU aad the judgment to fly them.
iter into the garden, helped her to dig i ago wnen ne wa:5 artieltd to him. Of I l can assure you that we are not los-
up weeds, watered, raked, waiting on * ^ur^ ihf. monev was returned, but j ������������� s5Sht of the national importance of
'iter hand and fooi, While Scribner, a j x j^i^vg. tnat nia.de no difference. ! li*e sci-nce of aviation.
pTpe in his mouth, his hands in his ��� gaimsburv was uoins: to lav informa- ���: I am Dot soiug to anticipate now
trouser pockets, watched them with a j -ioa aoU|a&t Mr,' Francks for embez-l the statement I siall have to make to
r -*-n smile��� jzlement.       I   think   chat's   what .it's ! Parhament of what has been done, but
"'"Tell, I suppose this is about as far j called, but on condition that he mar-i
as your suit s progressed, Lady Mary j ried his daughter Ella ae promised I
snapped to him at the dinner one j to withdraw rhe charge and hand over',
evening. ; the  proof of what    he    called     Mr. :
Scribner gave her a warning glance i Francks'  guilt, together with all the i
of which she  took  no    notice. It! letters that he possessed.
seems to -nie you came on the scene! Scribner was watching Iris closely. :
too late, she "continued. When aj He felt his chance had "come at last, j
nice  girl  loses  her heart,  she  don't   Three months were newt long to wait.'
Correspondence Schools,  who    undertook a flying tour of the country, with
the object of  stirriug  up enthusiasm
for aviation among oilier students.
!     A deputation from the schools wait-
| ed on Colonel Seeiy at the  war oilioe
I and  asked  him  to  accept  the   mono-
I plana, ottered in a spirit of loyalty a��
, a gift to the nation.
: ^ i have been puzzled,    said    Colonel
i Seely, in accepting the monoplane, to
i unders.and the    connection    between
; the      International       Correspondence
; Schools and the art of nying-   but one
: thing is clt-ar, aud that is that the stu-
, dents of the schools are exceptionally
: alert, alive,  farseeing and patriotic.
1 bave received many deputations in
i-U room,  he added,  but "this one is
: exceptional,   because,   while  other de-
: putations   asked   for   something   this
j one wants to give me something.
Later, speakins^t a luncheon given
; at the Westminster Palace Hotel to
j celebrate the    presentation.    Colonel
But I didn't know what anyone knew. ; -^ely said:
save  he and  I and  Mr.   Saintsbury. '     After all. we want two things in the
Since you know, it makes it easier for; science  Qf  aviation.       We  want  not
Mr. ! ou--y the machines;  we want the men
I can say that a very remarkable advance has been made uot only in the
war office, but outside in the science
of aviation.
Strangled With Asthma is the only
*��X*f_"���(�����! **.*-*      *��� V-��.�� ��������      r< n*"-. *-���.-* <>.      4-.-      sm ��� *^ -..--���>      ���.1. ��� _.
is endured from an    attack    of    this
trouble.      The relief from Dr. J. D
find it again in a hurry. Women j but to him they had passed as slowly ��� Kellogg's Asthma Remedy is beyond
don't change their minds like men. j a5 three years. He loved Iris de' measure. Where all was suffering
And Reuben gave Scribner a sus-( Fontaigne with as deep an affection i there comes comfort and rest. Breath-
paciou- glance when he quickly turn- j a3 his nature was capable of. But' ing becomes normal and the bronchial
ed the conversation. But when the| there wus a motive stronger than! tubes completely cleared. This un-
visdt was at an end, and the latter j love, which urged him to win Iris de 1 equalled remedy is worth many times
brought Reuben back to his home in j Fontaign's  promise    to    become    his : its price to all who use it.
wife with- as little delay as possible.
rr��T. ^. 1 ...,.m~     ��� ^ Ji     ^���^,^,p
i. iic-ot?   i^cttni a   u^i-���   ]iiwi
sent to me. Iris continued, but
I have not received them.      I've been!
to see Mr. Saintsbury, I've written to i
him repeatedly, but I cau't get them
-jondon, the cripple told him that he
_-ad discovered his secret.
Mrs. de Fontaigne and Iris were
bcito out when they reached their
fiouae in Kensington, and Scribner
waited in the drawing-room with Reuben, hoping that the woman he loved
wprfl to he !
ts yet!
ijuh Ki-S ui-Mi-'f-'tAi-ii'N'o
Scientist Says Man of Future Will be
I fear he has some sinister motive in j     Paris, France.���The man of the fu-
.anisiht  be  the   first  to come in.  jind j kec*-piug     them. He     hates     Mr. ! ture, according to M. A. F. le Double
that he  might steal  a few  moments   Francks aud he may want to be fur-j professor of medicine at Tours,  will
alone widh her.
You love Iris, don't you? Retibr-n
whispered, watdiing the Honorable
Fxed \vith partially veiled eyes. That
la yonir secret, that's why you come
to aee us so often, that's why you took
me down lo The Towers. If you
love ber, you must hate .lames
Francks, even as I hate him.
Just then Iris 'herself entered the
room. She had been spending the
.day In a vain search lor work. -It
was the evening of the same day on
which ahe had en counter c:i Mr. Aaron'
-Roberta in Bond Street, and accepted
the shelter of his umbrella. Her pale
_hee>ks were tinged with an unusual
color. Directly she .entered the room
tt was ea��y to see that she was nervous and excited. She started as
Alba saw Scribner, and hesitated al
the door., .He advanced to meet her
With MitRtrrtChed' hands.
rata, glad to ��e<> you. Miss do Fontaigne, <li��' maid, ���heartily. You always
eeem to avoid me, you know.
He .heard. Reuben  lauivh  softly  behind his back.
.     I've  been   vory  busy latrly,  Iris  ro-
��� ther revenged on him. Today when
I saw him with that moneylender,
Aaron Roberts, I felt suddenly frightened. I daresay it was, stupid or
me, but it seemed somehow as if they
were plotting together concocting
some fresh scheme to hurt the man I
They can't do that now, Scribner
said uneasily. Iris detected a note
of anxiety in his voice, he seemed
afraid to meet her gaze now.
You don't speak ., with    confidence.
know   they   are   not
up  and
to   be
1 have a large head, fewer teeth and
shorter arms than the man of today,
and will compare with him unfavorably in stature.
Among the primitive races in Australia, the professor states, it is not. uncommon to find natives with thirty-six
or even more teeth, but tho white man
of tomorrow will be'lucky if he has
twenty-eight. There is a tendency
for the first, eleventh and twelfth ribs
to disappear, thus leaving nine instead
of twelve on either side of the body.
Legs and arms    are    destined    to
shrink !n length, but tho hand, which
Mr. J. Hurlbert.
It is so easy to overlook the warning given by headaches, indigestion,
failing memory, lack of power to
concentrate the mind, irritability and
worry over little things, that many a
man does not realize his danger until on the verge of breakdown.
Like the writer of the letter quoted
below, you can call a halt to tht
wasting process and restore vim and
energy to the nervous system by using Dr. Chase's Nerve Food. This
great food cure has a wonderful record of cures.
Mr. J. Hurlbert, 28 James street
Brantford, Ont.. writes :���*T was
very much run down in health anc
as a consequence my nervous system
was very much exhausted. Close confinement at my work. I think, brought
on the trouble. I started using Dr.
Chase's Nerve Food and by the time
I had used up one box I felt a great
improvement. The continued use of
this preparation has thoroughly restored my system so that I feel strong
and vigorous and fit for any amount
of work. I have also used Dr.
Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills and Ointment with splendid satisfaction, and
i recommend them at every opportun-
j ity." Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, 50 cents
j a box, all dealers or UJdmanson Bates
& Co.. Limited, Toronto.
Has an insect got. into your eye?
Then I shall quidi'iy call th-' old ;u-o-
Is he specially expert?
Not so much that, but he is making a collection of insects.
as look after the interests of the profession, and it was time to do away
with something which was nothing
less than a scandal. '
. A friend of his had often-.briefed'.'Sir
Henry Hawkins, who never , wanted
more than 20 guineas and two oh the
brief, but nb\vadays loading society
K. C .'s were .asking extravagant fees.-
There .was nonobjection to 3 ^.p. getting thoseife'ee li'Yhe clleh^v\��a'hWil -to:
brier thafTC.C; hut, it was^- rial-d' that-
junior counsel' should also get' two'*'
thirds of the amount which his leader
received.   .. . :��*;'
He knew of a case where a junior
counsel was not. present-in count fqn.
yome days during a  trial, but (-.till he
had to be paid His 05 guineas''per'day.
In another case. $500 was ��� to be
paid to a leading counsel aud the
usual proportion to the junior. Both
were perfectly sa'is-fied, - but subsequently it was decided to brief a well-
known K.C. The K.C. was engaged ia n polltl-cal campaign and he.aslc-
��d a fee wliich was thought to be absolutely prohibitive, but the client
"hought it advisable to secure his services. To the client's surprise, the
first counsel engaged explained that
now he was by lhe etiquette of the
bar junior, and was entitle- *o a fee
equal to two-thirds of the few w'b-ch
the K.C, who had been briefed ac the
big figure, was to receive. The original junior also explained that he was
t*T* fl * 9 r\*.      t-r*.     ii      Ps-*r*     x^rs -����r��3      4-y-v.     i" iw r*i_it \\ i **j-Jc?
im-mx, *_.;.-���.* C'\^ Km. J-.1_v/ -V^*J*����^�� fcW ��' -0   -W      ���.__._.���._���
of the fee paid to the counsel who
was to have been his leader, but who
'iad become junior as the result of the
introduction of the eminent K.C. As
counsel were satisfied in the first instance with the fees they were to
have received, it was hardly necessary
to say how absurd a scandal such a
rule was.
So serious had tbis question of big
fees become, that City people declined
*o make such exorbitant payments to
these fancy society counsel and were
"nclined to go to arbitration --upon
points which should be legitimately
settled in tlie high courts.
Thp chairman, C. L. Samson, said
Mie society had already appointed a
committee to deal with the subject.
It was thought however, that the resolution would strengthen the commit-
���ee's hand, and after discussion it was
Mont peat Man Conquere. hfs��{_
Enemy by using GIN PILLS
Mr. A. Beandryof 597 Tan et tsirreif
Montreal,   thus   expj esses   his   gseat  .
satisfaction with GIN PILLS.    ^       '--, ���
"It effords me great -pleasui _ tolnfonii*
you that. I bave used"GIN PlU.S -for"*
about six months, and .that*they, have"
done nie a great deal of good. J bave'
had Rheumatism foi'a couple of 'yeafs,--'- f
and last whiter I saved myself isoui iV
by using GIN:i?ILLS." 'Y-  ?' y ?;- >A ti- z j , '
50c. a box, 6 for $2.50.. Samplefrreia'?, titi
you write National Drug and Cb^iVat-;* ti",
Co. of Canada, ,l.iiuited, Torohto.-7- ���'��S��'      ���'
Rct^fd'Hcad of French Republic Dig.'
��� ..." ���?cussfes; His Plans . .����� Future
Paris," France.~M.   FaMcrea,    the
-retired 'trrei-ident of the republic, bat?   ;
hcen, telling an , interviewer his planiy*r
for the future'.      I an-i going to -reaunie"
the life I'led formerly in Paris when-
1 .was president of the senate, and on*-
my   estate  in ��� the   country.       For a-
mdnt.h at Easter and during the four
months of the long Vacation I shall be'
a simple wine gro'wdr.      I am eager'
t-'o be among my vines again with the;
pruning--iiife-in'my hand, not that J?'
own a'renowned vintage, but I lik^ mv
vineyard to be among the most care-'
fully  cultured  In  the  whole country-'
side.      I know quite well that aa ��x-'
president   may   recommence 4 a  politi-'
cal career;  there Is nothing, to debar'
him; but all the legislative officco for"
my department are  filled.  Moreover,-.
I am 71 and there are vQimirei*-iHtJi**'
waiting for legislative positions.      1^
have no other plans.      Perhaps ] tfcall
travel  a little.       Our country is so*
beautiful that I have been-seized >-fitfe>
an ardent desire to know more of it.
I have only been through it by raSl-"
way, and it "was not possible during-
my presidential journeys to see it is*
the manner I desire:
Asked to give some impressions of
his presidency, M. Fallieres said; I
am glad of this, that I have al-waysr
preserved  my  good humor.
Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.
Gentlemen,���My daughter, lli years
old. was thrown from a sleigh and in-   cue also received kicks and. blows and
jured her elbow so badly it remained! five, soldiers  and  a  sergeant Iliad  to
One refuses to be Tried by Magistrate
Because He is a Jew
Paris, France.���Exciting incidents
marked the trial of two Camelots du
Roi, M. Charles Maurras, the well-
known writer and member of the staff
of the principal 1-oyalist paper, and
M. de Coupigny. They were accused
of assaulting several persons who refused to shout 'Vive le Roi.' The incident took place at Versailles on December 1.
After a banquet about 400 Royalists, or Camelots du Roi. went to the
courtyard of the palace and made a
demonstration in front of the statue
of Louis XIV. According ��� to the
prosecution, a railway employe, who
with his wife and friend, was about to
inspect the palace, was surrounded by
the demonstrators, and because he refused to shout 'Vive le Roi!' he was
knocked down,- and so badly 4iurt that
he could. not work for a fortnight.
Two policemen who came to "the rtes
stiff and very painful for three years,
Four bottles of MINARD'S LINIMENT
completely cured her and she has not
been troubled for two years.
I today shows    an    immense    progress
I compared with that of our remote an-
tt�� *��� m ���^(n:^ ^i���+ I cestors,  will  continue to  progress in
Up to .1 eortnm point! Ule dir'ection of the independence of
and   you
Scribner's  past rose
fronted him.
he had played the game, and though I ^ fingerT" "ThTlittkT toe" wiTf bc-
ly>   had   played   the   fool   and   palled *���     and -smaller.
close to Mie wind, his hands had been 	
clean and his honor unsullied.    Now]
ho could play the game no longer. He I London. ��� At Birmingham qtmrter
had to cheat, or be cheated���or that | sessions the recorder passed a sen.
which was dearer to him than his I tonce of twelve months' hard labor
life. j and eighteen lashes with tho cat on a
We-   loathed   himself.       Confession I carter   nanie-d   Frederick   Sankey,   in
hovered   on   his   lips,   his   conscience j connection with a White Slave case,
which lately  he had  drugged  with  a
St.   Joseph,   P.O.
B.   L1VESQU-.
18th   Aug..  1900.
On Sale Everywhere.���There may*
be country merchants who do not feeejj*
Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil, though they
are few and far between, and tbesc'
may suggest that some other oil 10��
just as good. There is nothing so*
good as a liniment or as an internal
medicine in certain cases. Take no*'
other. The demand for it shows that'll is the only popular oil.
Preoccupation ���
How did you come to have tha*'
automobile accident?
I got absent-minded trying to rc
member ��U the traffic regulatjos��c
Caused   by Lumbago, a Form  oi
Muscular Rhe_mat3SHL,
Lumbago is sudden in   its' attac_ai
and is  so intensely  painful that the'
sufferer is often unable to move, eveir
to turn in bed or rise from a chair.
The. trouble    chiefly    occurs    arno__-'
working men, among whom it nurabers-
thousands of victims.     As the attacks"
come on quite frequently and ar�� boj
torturing, this disease    means   much
loss of time and money as well as the
endurance of much    suffering.        Net*"
victim    ne'edfc    to  be. ��� tojlcl. that lini-:
ments, piasters and outward treatment
���will not-cure~tli_ disease. '   Tbis hindti
of treatment is merely a* \vaste o*f tl'me
and money." ^The^'trouble*'if.' really .*�����������
species .of:muscular rheumatism, aud'
"is due to poor blood, and can oriJybe'
fight with the rioters. to prevent the
disturbance from spreading.
According to the .evidence-,   qf,   the
sergeant, who had several teeth brok-, ,   ..   ���      ,   ..      ..     ,      T.   ,    ,    ,
en.   one   of  the   prisoners  threatened | c��.r��d   through   ��>��   W^��,  Xt ,lsJ��?
him with a revolver. uus  i"��*son  mat ��...   Willianic   P'als-
The court was packed with Royal
���ollod.      She dropped Scribner's ha-ul �� falsi'   promls* awoke  and  spoke -per-]
and  -i-rnhnwind   her brother.       It   w.is   baps  lor the last  time.       Iris's only
awfully  good   of  you   to  take  Reuben   thought was  still  the  mnn  .��hc< loved,!
utvay, the 'change  ban done him any ! to  save  him,  though  ho   was  lost  to 1
amoumt. of good,  I can  see. ! her for ever. I
I  wanted   vou  to    come.    Scribner 1     Al*(l  lluvt- "-an had  lieon  Scribner s |
-aid   8C-fl.lv,   'it,   would   have  done  you j best  friend.       Truly  lie  wuh between.
Good Humor Returns With Change to
Proper Food
1 i-i * - devil and  tl
deep   siiil ,      Whk:h-'
now led to dlshon-
"For many years I was n. constant
sufferer from Indigestion nnd nervoiu-.-
ness, nmount Ing almost in prostrn-
1 ion," writes a Woafeni man.
"My blood was inipovorlsluul, tlie
vision   \vii.a   blurred   and   weak,   with
good    too.        London   in   the   auMinni' "'���' oevu ami  tin
IA |.mpossible--and, be��iden.    I    know j ��vc-r path hr> tool-
you're worried. '��'���*","   P;>��Rlhly rt'.^rare
S-he   did   not  reply    at    once,    but      SuUdeniy he teit iris n lu.uu, *-"**"-���> j mwlntt H���0tH before my eyes.      This
whlBTK*rr,(l   to   Reuben,    who   after   a : shoulders, fho was hold ng li'.m    ighl-| "1  J,n^ ��' ��� J,"Q   [��� m >  f^ 1U
------ ly, loretni; hhn to look   nto her   ace. 1 v,1/1   Vn . V ?
\ud  he  irenihled The  touch  of lie ���    Rrow   lll"leliip'.'l*od.  1111(1  eventually   got
hd?   , !���,>  of  bii   1  ,h.   tho! M "��rvoua I could not. keep ,ny book,;
Hoi ���prnxlmlty   nf   her   sw'o'"'-Slni ��^< ��or ^'l(lh' ������������� tilU1^,(J,
���uiOTOont's hesitation loft, tlie room. 1
I n-m woriii-d Iris said looking 1
l'ranlcly at- Scribner as soon as tbey ,
were alone. I.w.liii. you to do me j
11. favor. You '."aid hotiic time '.via-.
that, you wished 10 be my friend. I'm !
going   to   pn*   \-'ii\   t"  'lu*  ''S'
He   took   ;i   deep   breath   and   hope ���
swelled   in   bin  lienrt.  ���i.galn.     Th'--r.''!* ���
nothing you can auk me thnt  I  would
not do for you.  In- snid  'in'.ekly.
The eoler in IriH's eb<-eii.-- iin-n-av.-d. ���
S'hrt turned nwny and bvik" I nut ol
the window. Twlll'-lit was fnlllni*. a
breeze blew flown liic . tr.". t. r:i('b'.7i'.',
the little vow' of ti ".--j of lln'ir
lenvep,   vvblstlin-r   ziiourrini!1>   ibnir!-*!)
Paris, France.���A daring and carefully planned robbery took place in
Paris, when a messenger employed by
the'Credit Lyonnais was robbed of
Tho messenger was Instructed while
on his rounds to call on a lady living
in the Rue Dauphlne. Her name was
stated to have been offered as guarantee by an Individual who said ho
desired to effect a loan from the bank.
The iWHsengpr was Informed hy the
lady Unit alio knew nothing of the
perron in question.
He was going downstairs"*, when two
men jumped out* from a dark corner
of the unl'ghtGd staircase and '.browing a handful of popper into his fiice
temporarily blinded him. They then
Knocked him down and snatching his
wallet, dashed downstairs and escaped .
in an enemy within tbe ramp. It vi'l
undermine the strongc-.t ri-ifiii'u ���itinn
and ruin the most yi^uroii.". In-..1th.
It leads* to iiiili^estion, liilioir.ni-'.'',
impure blood, bad ccrnplexiuii, *���< lc
I1c.ld.1rhet>, and ifl one ol ill'* nev-t
frequent causes of appendiciii-*. Ttf
��t����t>lf(-t it i��i Mow -..uiiidf*. I Jr. M01 �����������'��
Indian Knot Hlla ponitivrly (urt
Constipation. They arc entirely
vefl'er.iblc in rompo-iiiion an<i no nm
��lcken, weaken or Ri'ipe. 1'rer-rv*"
your health by talcing
Tli-    Wf r\vm. ��-�����**      *"*
slim '
body,   mad'' his  senses  reel. 1
Mr.   Scribner, you're n. man, you've
���trriiiu,  you  know  the..world  nnd   uu-
(U.'i'siaiul  biiHincHH,  will you  get  those |
l'-i!er;*   und   pitpors   for  me  from   Mr,,
Suiuiid.airy'    If   you   will ���
Kre   be  knew   what,  b"   was   doing,;
, his anus went, out and lr Id her.  She,
:'.',1   nut   iiiiivc  away,  :.ln'  d'i.1   not   i::i- ,
d.'i>t;iinl   the action.       :',"���<���  wan   like!
a little child, very lived and  frlghten-
"d, .������earnln.e; for ]:!i.'r-'c-i 1 help as well;
a*  mental.       She c'unu,  tn him, look-1
. 1   '    -I'    -i  1 ��� ',      i.e    ,  i'.i I   ,-���'')) h .- i:.i I'.-d
Tiof   nii-ei  her ;;ii7.e.       He only Htlw (lie
i crown ol   woiiilerl'iii  hair, he only  fell:
; (lie Hiipple body iHiivering cIcihc to bin
i own .
! II' 1 j'"' llwue p'ipnr:' rail of Sniuls-
, bnrv -iii') lii'iii;-. Hu'iii 10 you, IrlH��� If"
1 b��'M',(nir.��l; it wiih loo Hnriii In upon':,
1 vi,| hikIi an opporl unity ni!",ht nr.t
1 oeeiir ait.'iin .
'.an'i   duHcrlho   my   i-ailfor-
Yen,  idi"  wli'ivprrei
1     ��� .- , .       \ < '       I , ,1 *  I ,     . I "      ' ' I , I I       I ��� M  I ,       ' I    ��� I
(To be ('out intii'd )
f you ilo Mint,
i!'  M"
Dooritlnrj a Yv'.clid
ir.\ n     I   hope   you   r.tond
"Nothing I ato agreed with me, till
one day 1 bupjienrtl to notice ('v:ipr-
Nuts-*, in n grocery (store, and bought
a packuu'o out. of curlor.lty lo Know
what. It. was.  , ,
"I liked the food from the very flrid,
outing It- with cream, and now I buy !
it. by the eai-:o nud  11.-10  it. daily.       li
i.ocn   I'miiui  that CSimpi'-NiiIh  I bod  wuaj
i'.npplyliig hruiti und nerve force us nothing In the drug lino over had done
or could do. :
"ll. v.aMii. long iH'i'.ir.: L was re.'.d.r-;
ed  to health, comfort and  htippine- m. j
'"I'hi'ough the nao of ("'aipe-Nui;-; food
my   dii-'.-'iulon , has   been   re.-iiored,   my
ii'i'Vir- are ulciuly once more, my eye-1
���dr'.lr  '�� good a.-aln,  my  nirul.al  i'aru!-
ili<:' are I'Jenr and  ncnto, und   I  in v..]
b"i-nTue   in     good-natured     ilea     my >
I'llfiuh   are   truly   urluiiirtlied     tn     ihe
eli'inge.        1   leel   yiiiinv.e)'  and   lu-tier
Hi:i!i I hive for 20 yei'ru.      No iimouin '
1,1   hi iu> .,     ,.,,,,,,.   ...<..K,i'   ....    . u   .,,.,;,,,
,!!���������   what   I   have   gained   through   the1
>���,'i'   ni    r.i-?ip"..\'iit'i      food." Xaiin- '
An ImpoGGlbillty
Dr. Crahho had almost Rtirceeded In
diniiilnt*liig Mrs, Oansoway. when nlie
(���lopprd   in  the  doorway,  evehilmlng:
Why doctor, j>mi didn't  look lo seo If
mv   t o^";''"   wii:i   eeal ed ,
I     1 know It Isn't mild the doctor wear-
I My.      Vou never llnd grass on n raco
I truck.
, u-ii
b>   I'aiiad'.aU PoiUuin Co..  Wind
Women'fi Lenp to Denth
I'urlii,���A  widow about. 00 years of
uco   cominltted   Hiilcldo   by   throwing
1 hon-ioli'   from the llrst pint form of the
I'llVel  Tower.       When  idle luid fallen
'��� ���,.Voiih'   fool   her   fool   erni'.-ht.   In   the
j 'to'iworlc   of   tho   Htruciure.   nud   the
I body hung there fof over an hour ho-
j fove firemen wero able, to release lt.
I Minard'o Liniment Curea Dnndruff.
ProfeHfor Melchnlkoff (nnoo/.y miniej
10 juoiiouncf,  but   we  are  neve*.* Hiiro I
���lhout the spoiling), in hit* luteal  book
11 Miser:.!-! that with sour nullc und iis by*
jreiM-luetn aa Hie chief urtlcleM of illet
ono may ��t����� i'> liiie- n-ed ihe aaa, rI.i'.<. .
ami enivlly live to Hon yejiru of 11.no
,.1   tli, j iMbo.it ;���:
ists. who frequently interrupted the
proceeding" with shouts of "Vive* le
Roi.' The presiding magistrate was
M. Worms, and when he put a question M. Maurras said: You are a Jew.
and I will not defend myself before a
Jewish judge. I refuse to answer
questions put by a judge who i.i not,'
i.f French nationality. Maurras per
listed in his refusal .to answer questions.
Contradictory statements were
made hy the witnesses, some abso uro.-
ly identifying the prisoners, others
declaring that the accused did not
commit the assault. Bui tho accused were found guilty, de Coupigny being sent to prison for four months
and Maurras to eight months, They
wero also ordered to pay $1200 to the
railway employe an compensation.
The decision was received with uproar and cries of 'Vive le Kol!" Down
with the Republic, were raised.
Vi> error ��',tii* )Jitiulr*rt Mollnrn RfwurA
foi'  any  i.'nfc  i��.' c' ���.urrii  thnt  cannot  lit
on.-m! a.   iuiii'm i-'ttntrrh Cure.
'���'. J, Cll,MNI'JV ��; CO., Tnleilo, O.
Wr, llio mulo't:.Mil**'!. IlltVu Ulluy.ll 1''.
.1. Oh��>.n.'>* iii* In* inst If' yew's, it|ul b*.
cevi* n.in pei'focil lu.ni'Ht in all luimiu'ia
1.1.nnii ut io in an., rlniiiteti. lly nliln in carry
out any ofUujn'lon inrnv, by low rtvm.
V, j'LUJJsu    KlNISAN  .Ms .MAllVtN,
WlloU'Bn.1"   UlUI'llllUa,    t ultlUo,  O.
XliiU'a <.: uai ra _urii ia iiikui' liiii'i'iinliy,
���Kiiiiu; 'llrei-ily upuiriiiu uiuou uuu niuu-
r,un Miiviuc'Vt ti.' u.i rtyiutun. '1'i'uiiiikhiUus
in-lit nee. i'r'.iai ?i�� vi-.tun pur lioiuo.
;-,n,(   i.y   ull   1 ii ntt-""HH.
laiui  Ua.���'*>  I'utuiiy   IMIU for con-ill)*.'
Pills are so successful in curing:-this''*
trouble,  and  those  who are afflicted
by it should  lose no time  In glviup;
the Pills a trial.    If the treatment is-
persisted in the disease will bo driven from the system and the cure be'
made permanent.      in subs:utttlaUoii'-
Mrs.  Alfred Derby,    Ettyville,    Ont.,-
snys:  "A few years ago 1 was attack-'
ed by excruciating pains in the back
which the doctor,called lumbago.     I-
was   not.   able, to  do  a  bit 'of ��� worlc-
about the house, nnd suffered dread-'
fully every time I m'ovoil about?'     $'.
took the .doctor's, mediclno nil wuitotv
and   used   liniments, 'without  gctflug'''
any relief.      ln a thoroughly^jljjcoiir--;'.'
aged' condition I begun using Dr. Wil-'
llaniH'   Pink   Pills.       Art.e.r, using -jfjc .
boxes   I   was   better   and   able  to  do*
nil my own work, and have'not becw
uffllctod   with   the  trouble since.       t
now always 'recommend 'Dr. Williams' '
Pink Plllu to those ullilig.
These pills aro sold by all nvdfclno'
dealers or may ho had by mall at lv(j
cents a box or nix hoxos for 1*2.50 from-'
The  Dr.     Wllllamcj'    Medicine*    Co*.,
Ilrookvlllo. Ont.
up   tor
uim   wlun   K.it!���   liliiti'd   Hiiti    111 y   hair
Out ,
lit  ie
"There';',   ii  reiivon."
Ik 111U,   "Tloi   Ro.nl   lo
Advlcen from Vancouver Mate that
al'i.or being l.ihl up since Novcinbcr,
during Un.' winter Hcliuduli! 01 the
tlrnnd Trunk T'lielflc winter nervier-.
Iho t��i. Prlime OiMirge is lo be taken
over to Et'qii'lmult for her aiiiiiuil
overhauling and painting, after which
nhe will Inke the place of the Prince
Rupert, on March Int., while tho latter
voflnel i", HUewlHc bn tiled out nt Km-pil-
malt to prepare for the seiiil weulily
aorvlco early next, apring.
Cnptain MeKeur/.lo Ihe new Commo-
I'iiui. ���, Mi. C.T.IY JU.( I. who Ij i::
command of the Prince Rupert, will
e.')i'')*n.'U'-'l Mie Prince Oeorg", whiio
hel" i-laler ii-lilp in being overhauled, but
Hie Only Qatlufac'tlori
Smith���Have you i.tik,en in tlie nuto'
show? ,���.',.'.
.Ten(>k---Sure!   T never mitT ''irrj.
Hiuith���Von don't own it cin'. Why'
uro you so interested? ,   ���   , ,   ,.,.-��� ,,   .
Jonei�����Well once n year I, lllccr to"
lonlc nl a bunch of Yni" I don't lia*��**r
to d or I go.
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XX 1*. 1X0.  *m0   m ������    -   ������
vv. n. U. ryyj
1      Kiuve-- Indieil   I   did
, that   no   mil'   w 11 it   anv
! wiaild   t.h111 It   of   Ijii.vIii,'.',
, doll  il> ,ib  uhadi'.
I   fold   her l
laid"     at     all
liale   of   that
A friend ol  oiiiii who linn glvi 11  Mm
"i; Met.chnlkofl' hIM of late a inonMi'n ii'lnlj Jiutl jivevloim to (be coiuinema-ini nl of
ll"!i--|iyM   that   whl'e   -hii   youit'   nl'  life  on Ithe   Henii-weekly   nor vice.   It   la   under-
'       ' ���'      ���'.-> ..ml    III'..    i.i\     '.' 1�� il.'i.i  , 1 ...f.,1  il... I   ilw.f^  w\l)  In.  <\   .��f��ner-.t  v>��(\
A nrw1    iitpo<dthm. If ho baa gol   lo illicit to| motion  of olllcera nnd   it la  probnblo
innyithn   tour   nunc   dieiiiry   1111   11   t'leauy 1 \]\n{. the c.nuii oi.u:��*r 01 one 01 1110 iwo
��� ������ ll.. "   In    .il; i-J
Ev��r read this above letterV
one .'"ppc'ir'i irom time n�� i.m��
nre rjonulnc, true,  nnd  full  of  human j 1 iilm-,   he   wou'd   be   perfectly   wllllne I hnvitH will receive the peiiiinnent. coin-
intcreot. 1 <��� ,He at tbo cud of itlie llrnt 100, | miuul of the I'rbice George.
B^'h-. ���Nf'ttr-*'"'. Jwaf?
r*t _i��.   ��-��"��J5wii "���'. KtVsHi
Cliiipped Hands
Won't lt��thfr
if intitend of
fionp vou lists
SNAP, the
original hand
SNAP con-
lalnn no lye or
nclds, but clycerine and neutral
oils which keep lhe ::1;1ji tanoo'Ji
nnd in splendid condition.
Try SNAP for u week and, notice
the ditfeivmct*. +7
M   A
jl "*   jnx
���nr-li-r rrrtid your i\*uh r -to-iUy,   Una vm.inH
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I THE    CRESTON    REVIEW.    CRESTON,    B. C.  AHER EFFECTS OF   '  Mf, IUUT9.S  _wji.w     _ mm xjt* aJUJU  ���������^*_E_*'.'_'Y  VANISH      WHEN     YOU  VSB   DODD'S  KJDNEY   PILLS  BE   A  timOr*** C  -Ladd  only found  complete  ���������relic? after using the Great Canadian Kidney Remedy.  Models  Mills,  Stanstead   Co.,  Que'.  ^Spad&l).���������lh,at the s^ads of dJsea-..e  jieti. 1st tho  body after an illne-.s are  ���������!_we to jsanse trouble is the experience  't������>t Loreh CI. jjacid, a well known young  F_aji  In- this  community.    Mr.   Ladd  ���������Jauw aiso learned that those seeds can  ������fs������ c!k*arcd o.ut of the body and per-  -fest h-aJUi restored by Dodd's? Kidney  "At the a-ge of six I had Scarlet  * jpj-vof/' Mr.': Ij-a'dd.-Btai.es'. "At twelve  ���������j-Mbid Typhoid Fever, and at fourteen  ?Y* b&S Mt-slos.      About a yeard-ater  ;���������$ began to be troubled by swelling!*, of  .&ha tace.' feet and han^s.      The .doc-.'  ?iwr told me I had Kidney trouble. He  'ti..-jggtyv. me msdickie  but the swellings  ?i*oat'3������uetl  to  come  at  intervals; of a  ^we^Jt to a month.  , "*Tiso years ago one box of Dodd's  ividney Pills stopped   the   swell'ngs.  jlast winter the    swellings    returned  l&ni again 1 was cured by using Dcdd's  \^vd3-*i*_   Fills."  ?.   Healthy Kidneys stra'n the s;e.1s of  ^SstWiSr* ont of the blood  ifiey FJlis make h-uairayKmneys.  Ah, dies, said a curate to an old  ^jrastlc whom he met on his way to  ?^efcnrcft Sunday morning, how beauti-  i������S��������� ft Is to hear those siiver tones  ?f!������aKns out from the h elf ry!  '"   Eh? replied Giles, who was deaf.  E say how beautiful it is,' shouted the  ..cara&e'.' to -hear those s,ilver tones  (pesx&ns out from^ the  belfry!  I' can't hear a word you say. said  t������5������ie������,-them blessed bells be making  .tffac_ a. terrible, din.  her  . tf* nerfectly disgraceful!    she    ex  VV-iiat s   the   matter?   enquired  YhM*s_awi-  Here's n description of a woman  ������r���������0 tgets up in public and declares  -frerseir an anarchist.  Well, was the rejoinder, maybe it's  4&st && well. , I would like to  &ee women crowd the males out of  #_e anarchist business. When they  ���������:_row bombs they wouldn't be so  ���������.Sihely to hit. snvhodv. -~   '  ,m   -I ��������� imwi���������������������������������������������_ m_.������-i_      11   ��������� , i ���������m^  1-jndoi! ��������� i ne    i.cal      government  '*ftoar_ -auditor ha������ Rur^hir'.''^ ti-- .->-���������>.  4?essden e^uncil $45,  spent  on- ^v^jv  .jutd eS-ar������^ :., 3fJ__a___3l^l  ������ ; ; : ~ ��������� ;   H Ask your Clothier to show you  !Ra������n nsniHFR  no otliers as good  -gjOST *T waste your lime figuring  out why a black lien lays a  ti$fvhiU> iBiggmti Get busy and jump  frste������  four   -jEATHERT   LABEL  ^VBJR-HA.Uj-S and get the egg.  ALFOJSISO   RESOLVED     TO  POPULAR   KING |  i   i  On   Anniversary     of   His     Birth     He  Crants Amnesty to Ail Political  Offenders  Madrid, Spain.���������King Alfonso has  given further proof of his broad liberal  oenuencies and desire to conciliate ah  political parties by granting on the anniversary of his birth-vanmes.y to all  political oftenders.        '  The country has not yet recovered  irom the surp.ise caused by the action,  ot JC'n,y Alfonso in sending for rspu'e-  iican noiiticlaas in order to ascertain  the views of their followers. "^  In thus breaking down the reactionary traditions of the Span'sh court,  the king has inaugurated a new polit-1  leal era which tnay be fraught with  ������roat good for the nation. Al'hough  ultra-Conservatives, like Senor Alauia,  deplore tlie new departure, the liberals and Republicans consider- it as  a victory for themselves.��������� ?��������� .  King Alfonso made it cleur to several leaders with whom-he-talked that  in future the leaders of all pol'itieal  "parties -\ .*v.ld have access to the  throne. He told Professor Azearto,  leader of the Republican-Socialist Union, on January 14 that in the event of  future crises, even the anti-Monarchists would be consulted, and that  eventually posts In the cabinet would  be given to Republicans and Socialists.  The effect of King Alfonso's new  policy on tHe'astonished Conservatives  is shown by the statement of Count  Sanchea Toca.      He said to me:  The reconstruction of the Conservative party is Imperative. It wo-elrl  ^e suicide for us to persist In the  present conservative policies,i The  old reactionary system, with its intrigues, struggles, quarrels and men-   . ��������� I. . A      I .-3      !1������      .1 ~ ..  uutra.   uau   uttu   no  %xa.j .  Other countries have 'realised this.  Look at Great Britain, -���������'��������� Gentiany.  Prance, Italy and Austria. These  countries tolerate, things today which  thirty years ago 'were prohibited.  Their Conservative politicians re-cog-  cize altered conditions. i  The present political situation In i  Spain signifies the complete defeat of���������'  reaction, as represented bv Senor  Maura, the late premier. Spa'n is  abandoning her empty qtiarrels and  preparing to deal with modern social  and political problems.  ���������I member of the present cabinet  said:  So far as I am concerned, the form  of government is of secondary consideration.      Personal?v id^si ���������"i-ow.i1.i  1st, but I do not believe In the neces- j  si:*-y or the  uselessness  of the  mon-1  irohic. re_ijne. as a  principle.       The)  evample of Great   Britain    does    not  nrove that her sovereigns are better  than those of other nations, but that  her .politicians   are   wiser  and   more  practical than ours.  The religious question in S-piin is  of secondary importance. The paramount questions are: Educational reforms and economic development of  the country. A republic has been installed in Portugal and church and  s*ate have been seriara*ed? but nevertheless, the economic situation has become worse.  xx   uie  aZIviikci Cij.ioi.ci in  oj���������.in   duvCtcu  ih settling the econom'c questions and  achieving educational reforms, the Republican p*irty will have no reason for  further existence.  YOU CAN BE SAVED  KING  VICTOR     REVIEWS     WAR-  SCARRED TROOPS  -<  T'-I^-M  ������ I . |J^   FROM ALL WASHDAY  0RUDGTO  V IF   YOU   USE   THE  _���������      iVa    Bat  VAGUUM WASHER  Washes Anything and Everything  From a Horse-Blanket and Overalls  to the'Finest Laces with-No Injury.  II    0*    .. mm    .  ������ Loupe n Below  I    Saves You :  g  Enthusiastic Reception in Rome  Rome.-���������Recently? King. Victor Emmanuel reviewed detaclpinents of the  , troops which participated' in the war  , against Turkey, and afterward accom-  [ panied thpm on their march tbrough  ithe principal streets of the*capital.  1    The king, "who was accompanied by  Queen Elena and' ,his    children,    the  J Duke d'Aosta and other princes of the  house of Savoy,   first   inspected,   the  troops in the Piasza Independence.  His majesty-then placed himself at  the head of the column and led his  soldiers who were accompaniedyby the  regimental colors, through tne Via  Nazionale to the enormous new statue,  of Victor. Emmanuel II, called the al*  tar of the fatherland.  King Victor took up'his position beside the statue of his grandfather and  presented a medal for each regimental  standard? The ceremony was the  most imposing of. the kind that has  been witnessed since Rome became  the capital of the kingdom.  The streets were crowded with enthusiastic spectators, who cheered the  troops and little Prince Humhwrt.  Itflj", SUN. THE KGG.  ��������� ' *.m THB������������  Leather Label  inftH-HBUL COMFAMy, LIMITED,  ���������MixuFAOTimRna op  $%%gh CstxA* Amerioan Over-Hauls,  WALKE-VI-LE. ONTARIO.  fur <-1_ out tuna mall It to ua with  /pmmrmMmtm and addraaa and wo wlM aand  W*m-mmirn<of our oalebratod CORN COB  5HVV*m FACE.  ��������� 'SfaBMI). iu, .?   .***irffBHi..,....������. ,..������.^-.....������.������������������......������  ���������Toor ^t������a&er'������ name......   WASHES  A   FULL  TUB   OF  CLOTHES IN 3 MINUTES  PERFECTLY  Not Only Washes  But Rinses and Blues  Sari' Under a  .   Mmsy-Back Guarantee  Join the Army of Satisfied House-  \,������ives Toaay  Thousands Now ���������"������������.?.' Use  and Millions Will Be  This Coupon Good for $2.00  DEPARTMENT   3    COUPON  Present or mall this coupon and  $1.50 to-Dominion Utilities Mfg. Co.,  Ltd., -182% Main Street. Winnipeg,  Man., and yoii will receive one I.X.L.  VACUUM WASHER.  All charges prepaid anywhere in.  Canada on condition that your money  is to be refunded if the Washer does  not do all that,is claimed.  March  1st,   1913  , NAME    ........ .:'.;..  ..ADDRESS.-.'..:  .........   ..............  PROVINCE......'-..':...'.    .........   Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.  ti-f SJmi'ar Misfortune  Alas, kind sir, help me!T am.spent,  tan! so's my money.  At j-  "SUPPING   FOALS"  Or abortion. In times of some form of distemper amonK your  brood maies can be stopped and other mares Drevented front  losing colts by using "SPOHNS." It cleans the whole body  from germs of disease, tones up the action of all oVsans and  does not "physic." Give it to mares In foai or o*i*t, at any  lime, for it Is absolutely safe at all tunes for all horses, at  all ages and under all conditions. It is well to'g-lve the  CURE several weeks before foaling time. Also safe for  the baby colt.    All druggists; *'.- '.,;'��������� \; .,  SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Chemists and Bacteriologists,  Goshen.   Ind..   U.S.A.  DOUBLE   MURDER   BY   BOY  Lad   oeselged  "m   Bedroom   by  Police  and Killed  Paris, "Prance. ��������� The Marseilles  police shot and killed a . desperate  criminal recently. He was 16 years  old.  Five boys, the oldest of whom was  17, ?were on their way home from a  dance at midnight when two of them  quarrelled.: Jacques Barale, the  younger qf the two, drew a revolver  and shot his' companion dead.  - The tragedy happened just outside  the house where Barale lived, and before the police arrived he rushed upstairs and shut himself in his bedroom.  Over the door of his room was a  fanlight. One of he policemen climbed a pair of steps to see what he could  of the room and fell back dead with  a bullet in his brain.  Another policeman then climbed up,  and through the fanlight shot Barale  dead.  1   PROFIT TN REAt ESTATE  WOODLAWN SUBDIVISION, S\  Vital, offers a splendid opportunity  for great profits? We are spending over Thirty "Thousand dollars  in improvements.*  Buy now, before prices advance.  Plans and prices^ free.  Corns cannot exist when Holloway's  Corn Cure is applied to them, because  it goes to the root and kills^the growth.  Pekin.-���������The western part of the  Winter Palace at Pekin has been turned over to the Republican Chinese government, and will be nsed by President Yuan Saih Kai as inception  rooms for distinguished foreigners.  LEAP FROM AIRSHIP  Mechanic  Jumps   Fifty  Feet and   Escapes Grim Death  Berlin.���������While the Schuette-Lahze  airship was landing at Mohlsdorf, it  was swung by a gust ot wind against  the roof of a house, on which the. rear  of the-car remained suspended. The  wooden friame of the > craft snapped  and tore the.outer cover of the balloon.  It is hoped' that it will be possible to  repair the damage in three or four  weeks. ^  The  Scbuette-Lanz is a rigid type  of airship,! which, it is expected, will  j be bought by the war office.      Two  army captains were? on board, at the  time of the accident.  A mechanic, who jumped from the  airship while it was ih the air, broke  an arm and a'leg, and sustained other  severe injuries, istsaid to have jumped from a height of fifty feet.  No child s-ould be allowed to suffer  an hour from worms.when prompt relief can be got in a simple but strong  remedy���������Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator.  .riov.,  ���������i^jtmnx  .Trov.,  f  K  P  .'rRELI^BLE'QUllE:;-  ' <\:,t Ci'/il] Stoj������'P?Kit|'lii'y;lVouhlv'.-'.  i-: idnoy and iVln.lrtt'r,,1'j*Ht*iH'H. ���������  '���������..VYkvc;!' ' I.tiinhii'gii'J, V'rj'c ..'Acid,?  i^KB'.'.S'AjrOL, ,'iMFd,' Q0:.,Xildi'  JL/'.  na*\-n&&U^/fo  7n������. ~J&d +d*m/riy  ftti^Jftftoiamsf  DYQLA  KMIIIl'IU, 4UI4IAJ*  w*****m***m  ��������� rtJtxyfKST, stKttxrr, ������*j bcst koivx  1' Pmlim ���������*** Xfxm I.jv--Wl.r you Jon'l ������>���������> l,x.x tm  ������������, <mh* KIND ul CliKl. yaur Ge*a sr������ mail*  sX-Xm mtmmUm, ���������<���������# l������i|M������##(t.l������.  Brnrn* tmt ttrmm Onlor C*t4, thmry a������oWUl, *m4  'J|   -nw/oaiN-o^^iaiiAMns-N oo.. u-iiw,  ENGLISH   VICAR   RUNS   BIG   MAR-  Rjy\GE AGENCY  Success Crowns Scheme Now in Operation for Over One Year  London, England.���������The practical  effort bf the Rev. C. H. Grundy, vicar of St. Peter's, Brcckley, S.E., to  lesson the loneliness of life^y helping  suitable couples to meet with a view  to matrimony is meeting with a measure of success. -.'',.  Mr. Grundy's scheme, inaugurated  in the early part of lasi*; year, waB to  keep a register containing the names  of young women willing to take hus-  oands who possess certain incomes.  My agency has done quite as well aa  I hoped, Mr. Grundy said. Many of  the 140 letters I have received came  from mere male adventurers;, these I  promptly wooded out. ��������� -\ppllcations  for wives havo come not only from  all parts of England, hut also from  California,. India, Mexico and Australia.  One of the most pathetic experiences nas been the case of vicars'  daughters who are living l,n secluded  country vicarages attending to parents who are rapidly growing old and  will shortly dl_ leaving their daughters applicants for the many societies  whoso function It la to keep together  the body and houI of thoae who are  grimly, spoken of aa decayed gentlewomen .  I was very sorry to bo unable to  Rolomnh'e the marriage of my first  couple; but a previous engagement  prevented me. Here is nn extract  from a letter Trocelved from the bride  ln answer to my card of congratulation:  We can novor repay you for bri-ng-  ing ho much happlneas Into our 11 vos.  We think num the moat romantic -iar-  rlnge on rpcnrrl nnd we both feel that  you were the Instrument, under provl-  dpneo, of bringing g^as together.  A tiocoiul wedding him been nrrang-  .������d and wo hope ln due time to ho able  to nnnounco lt, Il^t there arc many  couples who aro in|thc stage of an  oarly correspondeiuco which will ho  followed by 'ntorvlewa. They arc  maturing, If I may use the term. My  Idea is not; to bring about a large number of hapliaimrd marriages, but by  careful oolcctlon and opportune advice to -ruldf* thono who hnvo, tho  noedful qualities and Hiiltablo temper-  iiiuentH Into a happy married life.  Terrier Kills Two Otters  London.���������A small -wjire-haired terrier belonging to Mr. Lawrence, of  Streatley, Berks? displayed rare pluck  in killing two full-grown otters. The  dog received no injury.  Oh, papa, she said, with a blush,  young,Mr. Chestnut who owns so  ���������many coal mines in the Midlands is  coming, again this evening, and. he  wants to see you on some important  business.  AU right, my dear, responded the old  man, chucking her playfully under the  chin. I know what the young man  wants.  That evening Mr. Chestnut came  to the point at once.  Mr.  Hendricks, he said boldly,  want to ask you If you have laid  your winter stock of coal?  I  in  London.���������A fox which had been  hunted for two hours was run to earth  in the dark by the Southdown Hunt.  The master cut off the brush by the  lisTi- of bicycle lamps.  ST_WART & WALKER, LTD.  Sterling   Bank  Building, Winnipeg  Two citizens were discussing who  should be the head of tbe house, tbe  man or the woman?  I am the head of my establishment,  said John, I am t_������? bread winner.  Why shouldn't I be?  ' Well replied the other, before my  wife and I were married we made an  agreement that I should be head in  ah major matters, my wife in all the  minor.     .  How has it worked?  .  So far nov major matters have come  .up.; .:  ' ' *Mf ������n-_������������_a SS  DONT let your horsea  run down during the  winter and get so soft that  they will loce flesh badly when  you start your spring plowing.  . .   ���������       If horses are not worked  regularly during the winter, they need tfce  spicncd tenic effects of INTERNATIONAL  irOCK. FOOD, to tone up the ditjestive  organs, enable them to get all the good out  of their feed, prevent the' blood frsns  becoming overheated, and thus ward oil disease,  ���������''I have fed XNTERNATtONAI. STOCK ^OOD^n.lnyy^- Irf^Saw.  a .45 pound pjal slandins in my barn. I bought a pair of three year old colts and thev  Z^fe s? W������rke41?^ ^'py. neighbors said I nad been beat. When I bought lhe  S^^L-^hey^weighed zt������o^11}s. I ploughed a5 -teres and thev weighed 2610���������then I  harvested 163 acres and. threshed and hauled one carload to town, 6 miles, i weirhsd  ihetu agam and they weighed 2850, and t said "They shall weigh 3000 before spring".  Now, the Neighbors want to buy them but there's no chance".       J. G. RKMPEI,.  . I-cr sale by dealers everywhere.   Our $^,000.00 Stock Eook���������sent free when ve  receive your name and address.      E-IERKAT10NAL STOCK FOOD CO. IJMiTED, TORONTO.  iirnrihiiiiH.iMiiiiiniiiiiiininni  How old is your baby brother? asfied  small Fred of a playmate.  One year old? replied Johnny.  Huh! exclaimed rred. I've got a  dog a year old and he can walk twice  as well as that kid can.  Well, he ought to, replied Johnny.  He's got twice as many legs.  Paradise for 3arbers  Brussels;-���������The chancellor of the  Belgian legation at Pekin has written  to the mayor of Brussels requesting  him to induce a number of Belgian  barbers to emigrate, to China, where  owing to the suppression of the pig-  tadl, a fortune awaits them in gratifying the Celestials' passion for the  western Btyle of hair-dressing.  Gigantic. Wasps' Nest  London.���������Mr. Austen, landlord of  the Wheatsheaf Inn, Nelson street,  Hyde, haa, found a gigantic wasps' nest  on his promises. Its shape resembles the lantern of an ordinary ^street  lamp, the circumference being four  feet and the depth two feet. It was  found in the^attic of a lean-to used as  a kitchen.  Oh. mat exclaimed the daughter of  the candidate. I juBt ���������saw' papa kissing the cook-lady!  That's all right dear. He's acMng  as my njanager and 1 want her vote  for today'B election.  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  Ynnv annr-rist will refund money if PAZO  OINTMENT fails to cure, any case of Itching. Blind, Bleeding* or Protrudins Piles  !n C to 14 dny������,    50e.  Baby In a Suitcase  London.���������An inquest was held al  HnckhAy on a baby which was found  \n .a suitcase on the doorstep of a  house in Colvestone-crescent, Dalston,  in October last. It died In the infirmary of bronchitis.  ������������������-���������up of hoboes waiting for tlfeir  coffee to boll in a tomato can were  telling their hard 'uck experiences.  I've had worse luck than anybody,  said- one of theim, chahenglngly, after  listening to tho others' tale of woe.  Once I had to sleep from VvUkesbnrre  to Perth Amboy on top of a flat car  loaded with hard coal.  ��������� And what do you think? ho wont on.  Every car on the next train that pulled in from the same direction was  loaded with soft coal.  The Housekeeper  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 *r>ade In one seamless piece cannot splinter  and so the danger of snagged fingers and torn clothes Is eliminated.  Used  In  conjunction with  Eddy's Washboards  Washday   loses   Half  Its Terrors  mwrnm  I Fate of X.Rnye Martyr  ParlH.���������Burned lu the right hnnd  ln the course of his practice with  X-rays, Dr. Paulln Mcry. a former  deputy for T'uHh, died it fow days n������jo  at the ago of fill. He kept up hlo  pmetlce In ������plte of his burn, hut olght.  dflj'r. ���������tf'o hr*d tc mulcrgo a, ^-vcix uj>  eratlon'in h\# own Hurgory. ,  mi. N. U. D3U  Capetown. -A company Hlylod iho  Native (.Fiirmern' AitBoclatlon of South  Africa /Ltd., contiintlng entirely of nu-  tiv#������ j*hftrHinlderi������i. hnn \it*t*n formed  in the Wakkomtroom district or the  .m .      0 . .  iiwiniMi   ivi    ...iv;   |yu 1 jiupi'   01   |>ui _lltl.il-  lug three fariiiH of about. 13,000 acnti  In oKtmH. The capital of the company ban buXMi IWei) nt 100,000.  Which kind of a culvert  does your waggon cross?  DOES the road you use pass over rickety,  danprerous wonriVn rnlv*>rt������i, that arc constantly in need of repairs and often washed  away entirely?   Or is it carried safely across the low  places by modern, everlastinu culverts.   Build yonr  CULVERTS OF CONCRETE  which  not   only cannot be   washed   away, hut  uotually irrow stronger with a(*e and use.  Every farmer owes it to himself to innim that the  uiotiry lie iiay*. for ro-'l-tax. .v be v-mit to (lie beet advaii-  t������gr. As a ratepayer, he in entitle*! to the best rondiTthat  can be made with that moncv. When culvert, are washed  out, und the road rendered impiiKxahl*', he not only miffera  inconvenienee hut may also be ciiunetl financial loan by  inability to get necei-mry supplies in time for ������pring plant-  iii(r. And at hem, with wooden culvert*, part of the money  tlmt uhnulil he used to make better road* must be Hpeut  every year for repair*.  . -Insist upon Concrete Culverts  It  will  |���������ty  voii unil  cvfrylvMly ������"l������������i <n yniip roinit",  Canada Cement Compatiy Limited  >yi>>.     H������r<il(l Builtliiiff, Mou-tr**!  6611 mmtar-m^  ���������*MJua_uooygaijj     -���������":",r ������"'* ���������������<  liifurw ml um  o*|Mn-  1 imi you *  ���������v^if " Wfint '**  Farmrr C*m Pi������  With Concrtts."  , ciNwr.  ivmui.  /  /'..  f** r\ TVT r> T>  T7TF  H v   4,1   v |\  t.i    j     A..J  culverts arc  neat, safe, need no  repairs, and arc  ever-lnfiting.  .z-r.x  , ��������� i���������-  ' v;  1.    *  "'- .���������-.���������������������������'���������.-i<r^.>" I  m.  '���������f;* ���������*-*���������.���������.-- * I '������������������ ...'   /  i_������-t-',<H- iihwVibi*>__  l,W,l,rtl|;|MM   ff'I j11)!.''.''''W'''H"'"l*Vtr'.'"^"'Vy"K-  1 -* - *51U JAtJ- i -ALU _._,_-_��������� v?/-1 *-���������������������������ffy j-"*!-*1!??-^  t<|ljiir^^Wtt^(*^ltfMl|WHiW^������1*-'l*-,W*������t*^  __B_____2___ my-  _ I ;'���������  Iii }  " vrV!i^r'sn-irifff'^ fiic"' '*  rti^iiiFtVrVi.  THK    CKKSTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    BI &  .uuiunr'-ff-MiifiMffli  J&������ Creston %*������(eviefz&  Pnblisbefi eve^y   Friday frf Crestou, British Columbia, by ihw CreRiuuPrint-  ������'_ ttn-.pnb iKbine COnipany, Ltd.  ���������'".'  _"-*e Review in the BekuowledKed advertising medium -������f the Trenton vnllwy,  oir  culating in Uearlv one thousand hoiiies tbroaghi.ni**  the < lesion  dwnet   ������i.o  -ahchuig out w������ u'brond im*im������-v into oilier r'>n>ninr.iti--is.    * ur *>������tvt'iti-uitf rut*������������������  *��������������� rwKfd ������<n t|*e wrU' >'f 'be K'-M.-eiiBy *������nd l-.o������.|.rii������vy Vriii.-'is' Bunii ������l Tii-cli;.  Jjfif.d Don-b**.-.- -id hind h'HPe'.nf'lH'n*. $7  *'������r i*t wuy  -i������.*.>.      L-wi'-v   i-rtvei  ub*m:u--I8  ������������ por hub pfi iin'Mili; ui-ie-i 'nnvpiiwi-������ ' <-|"������'"  - h"**' '���������*"'  and A etiuih |M-r line im  -ui-eeMliMK \\h-Wm.    ^Hwiipiift.iiii*   $i> thi   ������i   >���������������������.!   n  ���������>idv������iitiH     Oar'*h1ui>h.m ������rf ������.p"ii ������..'������*i������iniit'nii<" f fit ������tivg .n mron-i. **r p-hI i������-  ier������i*t-and lhe wellHie ot  ibv  cnu.muiii}.     U n-..'ii>nu������.ua  must   bn   inns win  -   >igM'd.  ���������        Mm. B. l-Hii-berton - "       Kd:.t������.r^uid Mnn n-^s  Creston  w  ���������*_<^irft**^^_^_*^*^������K^^^^  .VF*������q^'<^^-^i^'**^^r^-(^j>-^^*t-lQ<kj> ^^^gp^^y������*^j^r^^r^^r^prr^|rF^i^^^p7 ^r^ "v ���������**���������**'   '"jwfc.  ������  ���������*$  &  Th.*** Leading  Ho'el of the  Frwi    Belt  ������  Owr   Guests  i C"^/i    c/ig3.in i  /* -jEi Moran  It is with pleasur.* that vve note that during the last  week the question of the enforcement of ihe Canadian Fi uit  Marks Act and the higher duty on apples imported into  Canada has r .���������eeiv.d attend in of the   Dominion   Committee  r  on Agriculture.  'J he Fruit Marks Act is woikiug a hardship ou the I>, C.  fruit growers because the American grower in not bound   by  it'.    The Auieirican grower   jacks   in   accordance   with   the  the regulations   of   their   own   particular   association.     The  surplus secoud grade  fruit   of  the   western   states  is   being  dumped iutoCanada at   prices   which   will   barely   pay   lhe  duty an 1 freight.    Such fruit is* marked  *'Choice"   ai d    h "  Canadian grower is oblige 1 to meet this emu pet iti >n with it s  number one grade for which he can only get the saiue   price  as the Anieiican   goods     The fruit  marks   act   vlv'ch   v.a  passed before  this  American  dumping   was   felt, shou-d be  amended, so that not only should the purchaser be   protected  in the era ie of fruit wlvch he is buying,  but   the   Canadian  " received by the Hon. the Minister of  n pducer wou-d he able to meet   this   A nerieaa   competition. PubUo Wotks up to noon of Weenies-  ti, *'  without having to face unfair, and unequal advan ages in   fa- day, the loth day of January, 1913, for  vour of the American gr������\ver.  \ /OU   will   make    no   mistake  Y       when you  get off the train  if you sign the register  at  the   Creston   Hotel.       Travelling  rT ,  ,    .   -.    I  men? will   substantiate   this.    We  Ho'-el of the \    .-���������';���������?������������������'_,;. c   .     r '-���������"...  study   tbe   comfort of our, guests.  The  rooms  are  well  furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  \A |_YALS Syrup of White  Pine  and Tar  is very  * tieX rv  / clrective. ,  K       Packaged in 25 and 50 cent bottles.  "*_*  Headquarters for Mining Men������  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  0_  ���������HI  ��������� ���������������  Prop.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  PaocTOK School  SEALED TENDERS, superscvibed  ''Tenders for Proctor School," will V**  the erection and completion of ������, stuall  Up Their Budgets For The  Coming Season  one-room schoolhouse on concrete  foundations at Proctor, in tbe Ymir  Electoral District.  Plans, specifications, contract; and  forms of tender may be seen on and  after tbe 21st day of December, 1912,  at the offices of Mr. W. F. Teetzel,  Government Agent, Nelson, B. C; Mr.  A. 6. Gallup, Secretary of School  Board, Proctor B. C; and the Department,   of  Public Works.  Parliament  Highway Authorities Busy  naking^midsngs;victoria,b.c  Each proposal must be accompanied  by an accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit on a chartered bank  of Canaaa, made payable to the Hon.  the Minister of Public Works, for a  sum equal to 10 pet* cent, of the tender,  which sb.all be forfeited ii the party  tendering decline to enter into contract when called upon to do so, or if  he fail to complete the work contracted for. The cheques or certificates of  deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will  bo returned to them upon the execution of the cclitract.  Tenders will not be considered tin-"  *Ie3s made out on the forms supplied,  signed  with tbo actual  signature oi  the tenderer, and eneloiscil   in  the envelopes furnished.  The lowest ov any tender not neeoH  savily accepted.  J. E. Griffith,  Public Works Engineer.  Department of Public Works,  Victoriii, B. 0��������� December 17, !012  >f Kootenay, where Boundary Creek  fosses   said   boitpdary   line;   thence  Vesterly along said Creek.a'distante  ,>f eight miles to a posut on said bonn-  lary line where it is crossed by Blue  ue Creek, together with such power  or the use, operation, ownership and  iiaintenance of such Railway as are  ci-iiiallv granted iu that behalf.  >ATED at Victoria, British  olimibia, this 5th      >  )ecember, A. D., 1012.  F. A. McDiarinid?  solicitor for the applicants  LS Laxaeold, break up a cold in 24 hours-  Does not contain Quinine.  *  Sells at ascents a pack tge.  _r  Creston?Drug&Book <Uo= K  Phone 51  *@������g-:&:'S-������e'_se__fe&:&:&:������������e������-&  .���������|-_   -      i-  il������a������_'    w  I Trup^fi^ 8 siisry and ffi&fi SMhfps  I (Best equipped Livery in Town)  M1' All cliss'of -URNOUTS supplied at short notice  ^Thev latest styles of  W CUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.    Saddle and pack horses a  ^ Speciality.  o������ Feed for sale       Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Oo.      Horses foi* sale    w  aS I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains   ?S  TO at any hour t f ihe day or night.    Oonamerci'd men and lanaseekers,  will    ������  receive prompt attention &  ���������xa-  :_���������  _  ���������js  -  tiji  iii  Hi  -  ��������������� Phone 56  *?���������  ^���������9*#:-&--^������*^--:-������S-������-3:-SSa-ia������_S*������^S9^^  Hi S. MeGreath, Prop 1  Sirdnr Avenue  Boil.     $  CANCELLATION OF RESERVE  We have received notice from government officials that  $170,000 will be spent for the improvement of roads in the  Ymir riding this year. Hon. J. H. Schofield, who is the  member of legislature for Ymir riding is highly commended  for his efforts to secure such a stun,' which is greatly  appreciated.  It is to be hoped that the road from Creston to Cranbrook will be opened this year, as well as the one from  Creston through to Kootenay Landing.  By having the road th.ough from Cresion to CranbrooV  will mean ihat many settlers immigrating from the States  to the prairie, as well as from the prairie to the states, will  pass through Creston,as many inquiries have been received  here during the past year about the road.  One of lhe great advantages in the settlers passing  through Crestou is, that il will give them a chance to see the  great opportunities that this distriot affords and in all probability, when they see the opportunities afforded, wiii be  enticed to settle here. At the present time however, hundreds  of people are barred from the valley ever.y year, by a small  stretch of land that cannot be traversed. This road is also  ou theCauadiau Highway and will be of great advantage'to  to tourists and pleasure seekers a> the scenery is beautiful.  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 standing thereon:���������  Consisting of an ishind in Goat River  lying immediately to the south of Lot  No. 491, Group 1, Kootenay District;  containing by admeasureuient a total  area of 38 acres, more or less.  ROBERT A. RENWICK,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands  Victoria, BC��������� December 11th, 1912  ���������ffi-5,-*, M. /* -**������������������������������.-���������-,. .,3^ J-������        fiS4*!������/-64������k!     s  J-for  38o_s anbtSicte  &ranbvo<% 3S������ ������*  Principal       -      Mrs. Cherrington  Head'Mistress.,    Miss Sherrington  (Honours certificate, CauibridRB  Higher Local. Birmingham Unniyer-  sity Education Diploma.)  i  Assistant -    y  Hiss Hodgson  y    (Cambridge   Highes* Local osrtifi  cate,   Diploma    of  *ne   College,   of j  Teachers for the Deaf.)? g  >'-"Sjj-bk)    fi  --or** fmcxwa - *tM    ������* t^_*u,l*S Anl _  m^^.rs-m* **^������i*. ���������r .   mJmjm     n*^f*mm,***m%/*  I  SYNOPSIS O- COAL All NIG REGULATIONS |  Coal mining rights of the; Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatt bewan and Ainerta ?  the   Yukon  Territory,   the  North west.  Territories and in a portion of the Pro-,  vince of British Ccduiubia, maybeleased  for   a   term   of twenty-one    years    at  an annual  rental nf $1 nu   acre.   Not  more than 2,560 ncri.'S -*-vill be leased to  one -npp'ioaut.  Applicasio'i h.r n li*f:FP lrnstbe msde  by the applicant in person to lhe  Agent;  or Sub-Agent of .ho dist.icfc in   which  THE BLASR?^S?M^S^O_LECE  Terms ?���������  to the Head Msstr as:  a j=i. = ������ to tho-e who fill ont and  IT rCfc Smail this coupon AT ONOE  Sample of our expert penmanship and  faciiiati-g lesson iu short hand.  'he ri^hlH applifil for nre situated.  In surveyed  t.-rritnry the land must  io d'.'scrih"d by sictious, ?-'or legnl pnb-  d visions of sections, nud in nusurveyed  Dr. de Van's Female Pills  A tellable French reffulator;never falls. TJicBe' ,,aj(i on the men huntn'.U* output of the  ���������"-.Ills nri* exceedlntilv powerful ia reffulatlnn tlio . *  Reneratlve portion of the fomaloBVsteni.   kel'uaft ; ,,.inn n. .i,n ���������,.,.. ... ���������������,, ���������.,���������,��������� ,.,���������. ������..���������  nil chenp imitations.   ������r, tie Van's are Bold at   mmo at tlio ruto ot live oiiifs p"i* toil.  I hm interesbed in JBnBipes*! Edubatioh  Please send ine  full information about  your College. a.nd especially abont the  subjects checked below:'  .... Bookkeeping    .... Shorthand  ....Typewriting   . -?.PenrnanHhtD. 2  territ ,ry the tmot applied for eball  be   ... .Quick Pigm-ing ..-.-.tetter .Writing  staked ont by tlio applicant himself.     ; j I caw begin a course atxmi'  _    ,        ,.    ',    ������������������    .  . . . j   Name      ?..  Ench applicnii'iu uiu>t be accompanied   ...  by a fee of $5 svii'ob vvi:l l*.o refunded if    \_   ��������� ���������WM*"l������IBl^������������������I- ���������Ij���������l_>|IIM   I   |I_|||I-I���������|1IM  t.ho rirfhtHUnnlii-for are not available'      i, ���������""���������'" ��������� " ���������         "ii  tut not otherwiHP.    A royahy  shall bo  ���������>������������������*'������������������*���������'  f5 n box, or three tor $10.   Mailed to nny address.  *Xh������ Beoboll Proa; Co., BU Oatliarlnoi*, Ont.  ���������Hnvo your picture tnkon  whilo  ii  Oreston. Stndlo behind the bunk.  NOTICE  The Fnisser Vulley Nurseries Company have rncontly published a hook  entitled, ''LandHonpe Gardening, and  What to Plant", which rontauiRa lot  of valnnblo information for tho fruit  grower and rnnohor. See ad vi b i ilc  page   lorpurtiuulnv. ,  0.0. S., 3IGNAPIKS dRANBROOK  S. A. iSp wi .  ���������Tito C. 0. S. of Oranbrook in Rolling  Iron j_odw with miunodu ami upiiug i<r  'iho porson opornting ilm niino eball  ronii.sh tho A^ont wjth a ���������.oin retuiiiB  ncoounting for tlio full "unutlly of mor-  chaiitaiile coal mined nod pnv tho royalty thoro m. ll' .ho oo..r mining right-  ure not being opi-rntul, h oh rntnrna  shonld bo furninlio,l nt loan, onoo a ) onr  Tho Ioiibo will include iho in nl inin-  ing rightH only, hut, iho Ickhco iviny tin  I'ornilTioil io puvuli im��������� uhituvov avail-  niro m i'dice rip hlu  mny   lio eni-sidi rod   1  U'CORNiii'.v for. ihe win king ol'  tho mini*  ������������������ i * ���������  ��������� t tho ruto of.$10 an aore,  I'V' fn l lufoniiu'iot) application(dumhl  l������i iiindo fo ih-* Henri fury of thn Depnrt-  , BURN'S  COMPLETE  \  Anir/tal   Fertilizers  ARE .  M���������NEY       SELDS  5ov/. Burns'Fertilizers  And! Reap Dollars.  NOTICE  is.jlierobyrgivon tlvifc an  application will ho made to tho Logia-  OO-OPiilRATiViS S_ORli]S.  lativa Aflaomhly, 4< f iho Pro\inco of, ������������������-  J-Mirfri'������r nl*in������; chnnM    tl*;r.  \,o   m-ndV   -ii    rt-crtrA*   tn  ibr������  British Cohmib'n, ub itm iiexfc KohhIoii  -���������urtnet pians snouia   aiso be macie  .n   icgarcis  to the, -LADIES, call at our atoru and look  ... . ., r, rx ���������. .... .      ...        .     for an Art to incorporate  a Compnny  bridging of Goat Lanyon at  Canyon City.      J his   bridge is . . . ...        . o er our Buppiyot MqOhIIb pnttoniB just  **     a J j j e> t(>   COUH<;l.uct,   equip,    maintain   and t        vl . .    .    .  a great necessity as it will e lliminate  two hills  about   three o,���������,mu* a Railway of Htiindnrd or orr,8JHBfcl,������colvcd  i  fjurths of a mile in length.    The road otherwise is   iu   good mwrow  ganga,  to he  operated  by  .... i      ��������� i   ,i ir.*- t .t ���������      i    ���������! i i   i ii   Htwiin,   oloctilclty   or   other   rower  condition and with tne addition of this   bridge  would be all  fro ii   a   point   nn    the,   Internatloua  fchat COltld be desired. J houmlry lino about nine inllo.-i uuwt of *'""        , look wvor our mipply of McCalln pat-  tho^Kooto.my Rlvor, in     tlio DlHtiiot ��������� ' J tenia jttat roclovod.   W. A. Spoora.  Call or send for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  nii'iir, of i'"e I.iieri'ii', ()itavvn, or to ������uy  \    ���������ni, ur iSu'i \gooi nf Doiiiiumi Lands  w   VV. uoi:y,  De| my - iiiii-wr < I (ln> inhrhr  N.   Il.��������� UiiiM.thori/.rd pul.lii'aiioii of  Oiih itdvcvtisi'iiient \\\\\ not. bo puld for.  -LADIKH,   iii'I   nf   our slnro  mi ,  P. BURNS & Co.  B.C,  Llmltod  CRESTON  .Head Office  CAUVARY;  V ^KCol  vEKj     KDMONJON.  i  ������>W>l������������llllHllll���������iliW  w_wtH-_<-i*ifir-a  l--IIIIMBII--IIWWIillWi<MiiMl>^^  m  m  wlll(-iH^������l-Wl^_llnW^������^lW*|������n^^H^^��������� .������!Wu*'iuM*S'M*w������<*jj������i������>ffw'iff ���������.i'**.-*r'i**t:r>'^-j*������*S*tt_ft-B ���������-_i  sBmsmusmn^ssm  *>-  ITHE   &B_J3XPfi*    REVIEW,    GRESTON,    B.C,  "Btlly," said Elnora. ���������_ would like1 and  y������u   Inl8ljt nalr6  ������*" ������>n������etnm_-.  OF THE  By  GENE STRATTON'PCRTBR  il  Copyright. 1909, by Doubleday, Page  & Co.  i stock, entering high school, is abashed by  her country dress. Sho needs {"I- for  books and tuition fees. Her mother is  unsympathetic, and ElhOra tells her troubles to Wesley Sinton, an old nelgiibor.  When. Binora was born her father was  drowned in a swamp, embittering her  ���������mother's life. Binora determines to raise  ���������money -by gathering forest specimens.  The Sintons buy clothes for her.  .��������� Elnora? getting her books cheaply, finds  a market with the Bird Woman torbutterflies, Indian relics, etc. >  Mrs. Comstock's devotion to her husband's memory will not permit hef to  sen trees or have oil walls dus or. _sr  land. The Sintons bring Elnora new  clothing. ������  Elnora is.delighted -with her outfit, Her  mother says she must pay"'-for it? Wesley and Margaret Sinton discuss the girl's  affairs.  Pete Corson, a Limberlost frequenter,  warns Elnora-not to visit the Limberlost  at night or go far Into the awamp at anytime.   ���������  __e wasto go to the Bird Woman's  after school for the last load from the  case. Saturday she would take the arrow points and specimens to the bank.  That would exhaust her present supplies and give her enough money  ahead to pay for books, tuition and  clothes for at least two years. She  would work early and late gathering  -nuts. In October she would sell all the  ferns she could find. She' must ���������collect'"  specimens of all tree leaves before they  ���������fell, gatheryiiests and cocoons later and  keep her eyes wide open for anything  the grades could use. She would see  the superintendent that night about  ���������selling specimens to the ward buildings. She must be ahead of anyone  else if she wanted to furnish these  things? So,she approached the bridge.  That it was occupied could be seen  .from a distance. As.she"came.up shy  found the small boy of yesterday  awaiting her with "a conSdent smile.  ''We brought you something!'" be announced without greeting. "This ? is  Jimmy-.knd^ell^and'we brought^you.  you a present." "??/  ?He offered a -parcel wrappedIn brown  'papOT?1-'" ;-���������'?���������'?;.'-'??. ."-������������������ -.'���������??���������  "Why, ho^rf lovely of your* i*&ia Elnora.   "I; supposed you, had forgotten  ���������mm*x*x    'iMUn*%'     M-ITaV      Mrs mm       _ ������-������������-* ���������>'"  ������*v' ' -^A ***t4*'Y-trrStfl*-*-*���������T*?  U1C   W U*CU   jruu   AUU   ttinttj    0*-������   laabj cmcr  day." titi * VY'-  "Naw. I didn't forget you."' said the  boy. ��������� "I. wouldn't forget you. not ever!  Why, I was ist . a-hurrying to take  them things to Jimmy and Belle. My,  they was glad!"  Elnora glanced at the children. They  sat on the edge of ths bridge. Obviously  clad In a garment each, very dirty and  unkempt, a little boy ahd?a girl of?  about seven and nine. Elnora's heart  began to ache. . ''.������������������������.'.     .  "Say." said the boy. "ain't you going  to look"what we Have gave you'*"'  you much better if you were cleaner.  Surely you nave water. Can't you  children.get some soap and wash yourselves? ^Gentlemen are never dirty, j  You want to be a gentleman, don't  you?" ^ I  "Is being clean aU you have to do tc  be a gentleman?" I  "No."1 said Binora. "You must net  say bad'words and you must be kind  and polite to your sister."  "Must Belle be kind and polite to  me, else she ain't a lady?"  "Yes."  "Then Belle's no lady!" said Billy  succinctly.  Elnom could say nothing more just  then, and she bade them goodby and  started them home.  "The poor little souls!" she mused.    4,I   think  the  Almighty  put them  in  I  niy  way to show tne rea! trouble*.    I  SYNOPSIS 1  won't  be likely  to spend  much  time  Although a _ood scholar. Elnora Com- ' pitylug myself while I can see tbem."  Slio glanced at the lunch box. *nvimt  on earth do 1 carry this for? I nev-t*  had an* thing thm was so strictly or-  unuieutai: Oiie sure thing! I can't  take this stuff to the high school. Vou  uever seem lo know just what Is going  io��������� happen to you while you afe there."  As if to provide a way out of lior  diHU'Ulty a big dog arose from a lawn  and. camp toward the gate, wagshig his  tall. "If those children ate the stun",  it can't possibly kill him!" thought  | Elnora, so she offered .the bologna.  The dog accepted it gracious!*)", and,  being a pedigreed beast, be trotted  around to a side porch and laid tbo  bologna before his mistress...,; The woman snatched it, screaming, "Come,  quick! Some one. Is trying to poison  Pedro!" Her daughter came running  from the house. "Go see'wbo is on the  street; Hurry!* cried the excited mother.   . ������������������������������������'?; ���������������������������'.-'.' ''-' '��������� ti': ti ; '���������:';.: ���������'..-: y-  Ellen Browuleeran and lookedi Elnora, was a half block away, and no  one nearer. Ellen called loudly, and  Elnora stopped. Ellen came running  toward her.  "Did you see anyone jr're our dog  something?" she ' cried as Nhe approached.  Elnora saw no escape.  "I gave it a piece cf bologna myself." sbe said.. "It was fit to cat. 14  wouldn't hurt the dog."  Ellen stood and looked at her. "Of  course, i didn't know it was your dog."  explained Elnora. and she told Ellen  a bout Billy and Jim ray and Bel le aud  the sacrificed luncheons.  "Wait until 1 run back and tell mother about the dog. and get my books."  said Ellen. "    v;  minora waited, and that morning she  ��������� ���������waM-pd down the hall and"'Into the auditorium beside?one of the very nicest  girls i:: Onabasha. and it. was the-fourth'  day. But the surprise came at noon  when Ellen .insisted; upon Elnora lunching at the Brovynlee home and convulsed her parents and /family and  overwhelmed Elnora by a greatly mag-  niaed. but moderately?nocurate history  of her lunch box. .-'"'���������'.?  "Oees but it's * bos. daddy!" cried tbe  laughing girl. "It's carved leather and  fasteus with a strap that's -got?her  name on It. inside are trays for things  all complete, and it boars evidence of  having inclosed delicious food, but Elnora never gets any. She's carried it  two days now? and both times it has  been "empty before she reached school?  Isn't that killing?"  "It Is, Ellen, in more ways than one.  No girl is going to eat breakfast at 0  o'clock, wnl k three miles and do good  work with no lunch. ''Yoii-can't tell me  anything about that bcx.   I sold it last  There ought to be Just tbe same tnings.  -*r������    itiin    tr*ArtHei    ������i-ii.    ofnni*    /_*it������*������   c*t**t*_ I****"**  places as there are in the Limberlost.  Can't you bunt your stuff here?",  "1 can try," said Elnora. "1 don't  know what 1 can tind until 1 do. Our  woods are undisturbed, and "there Js a  possibility they might be even better  bunting than the swamp. But 1  wouldn't have Freckles' case moved  for che world. "He might come back  some day and not like it. I've tried to  _eep> his room the best 1 could, and  taking out the box would make *a great  hole in  one side of IL   Store boses  jrls.*--1-*      ��������� ������*���������*������*���������      mn/ih 1        vtt.IY       hni>-      T11*1 f������ IO  *UVU    I.       %  VOt        UJUkAit X IV Al* WM. f   _> W **���������**��������� mm  Wesley buy me one and set It up  (Wherever bunting looks the best early  Sn tbe spring. 1 would feel safer at  home."  Monday night to Wesley Sinton. one of  *_ thought It. wasn't polite to Iodic my good country customers?-. ?H'e told  before people," answered Elnora.  "Of me It was n present for n?glrl who was  course11 will if you would like to have worthy of It. and 1 see he was right."  me." When Elnora entered the ������"ont room  Elnora   opened   the   package.     She after having hnd luncheon .with Ellen  had been presented wftho quarter of 'trownleo there waa such a different.  a stale loaf of baker's bread and a  big piece of ancient bologna.  Y"But   don't   you   want   this   yourselves?" she asked in surprise.  "Gosh, no!    1 mean 1st plain no,"  said the boy.    "We alyi/ays have it.  Vv>  got  statJKs  this   morning.     Pa's''  come out of it;now, and he's so sorry  he got more *ah ever we can eat. Havo  you bad any before?"  "No,"'said Minora, "I never did."  The boy's eyes brightened and the  tglrl moved restlessly.       :  "Wo thought maybe yon hadn't."  :_aid tho boy. "First you over hnvo.  you like It real well, but when you  .don't hnvo anything else for n long  dime, yearn an' years, you git so tired."  Ho hitched nt the string which hold  dile trousers nnd eyed Bluorn specula*  vtlvely.  "Idop't. s'pose you'd trade what you  ,-got In thnt box for 1st old broad nud  itiologna now, would you? Mobby  .vyou'd llko tt! And I know, 1 hit know,  ���������whflt you got would, tiiHlo llko heaven  io Jlltflny dud Hollo.' They novor hnd  nothing like thnt. Not oven Hollo, and  flho'u wont top. No. Htr-oc. thoy never,  instcd things like* you got."  ICInorn knelt oil the bridge, opened  iho box* and divided ������������������hop liincli Into  three oqunt puris. tht' Huiullor bo.v getting moHt of tltp milk. Then sho told  thom It wns school time and Hho must  go.  "Why don't you put your, bread and  bologna In I lie nlco huxV" asked tbe  boy.  '  "Of coiii'mo,"  mild   Klnoi'ii.  "1  didn't  think."  When the box was arranged to the  children's HiUlsfiiVtlou all of tliem no-  comnniih'd Elintrit to the ooriior tvlii'i'O  8ho till'nod tow11id tho high hcIiooI.  Elnora mid Blll.v led tho way. .Ilminy  4iud Bollo followi'd.  in the atmosphere that she could fee)  it.  "I   am  almost sorry  I  have  these  clothes," she said to Ellen. ,   .  v "In tho nnxn������ of sense, why?" cried  the astonished girl.  44|j>nnr>n   Ann  *o   ������������r������  Tjlje tO  EQO ill   thCd,  it just sets me to wondering if in time  1  could have made tbem bo equally  frlpn'Hir Im fho QthnrH."  m.*.  m^ U mm.m^       ^-mm     mimmtmsm     mm *mmm ^ m r^m  Ellen looked at her introspectlvely.  ������������������"^ell. yesi I believe you could," sho  announced at last. "But it would have  token tirao and heartache, and your  inlud would hove been less. free to  work on your studies. No ono Is hnppy  wit bout friends, and 1 Just simply can't  study when 1 nm unhappy."  That night the Bird Woman mndo tho  Innt trip to tho swamp. Every sped-  ���������men she posBlbly conld use hnd been  purchnftcd at ������ fair price, und throe  Additions had been mndo to the tmnk  book, currying the total to a little past  $UU0. There reiunlrietl the Indian, relics to fioll on Suturdny. and IDInorn hud  Hpctiri-rl tho ordor to furnish material  for onture work for tho grndoa. Life  suddenly grew very full. Tbcro was  the most excitingly interesting work  for every Hour, and thnt work wns to  pay high school expenses nnd start the  college fund. There was jutit 6no Uttlo  rift in her Joy. All ot It would hnvo  boon ao much better It she could hnvo  told ber mot her nnd glvon tho monoy  Into her keeping. But tho struggle to  got a start had boon ho torrlblo, RI-  Horn was afraid to take tho risk.  When she .trenched homo sho only  told lior mother that the inst of tho  things hnd been sold that evening.  "I tblnk," said Mm. Oomntook, "thnt  wo will pet Wesley to move thnt box  ovor hero bncle of tho garden for you.  Tui'in vou aro not to cot tolled farther  Into tho swamp than you intend to go,  CHAPTER IX.  Wherein Mrs. 'Comstock Manipulates  Margaret, and Billy Acquires a Residence.  ���������CpTII-NORA hurried upstairs to*  I $���������*���������* \ change ber dress. Margaret  Sinton came tbat night, bringing a beautiful blue One in  its stead and carried away tbe other  to launder. Y        Y  "Do you mean to Say those dresses  are to be washed every two days?"  questioned Mrs. Comstock.  "They have to be to 'look fresh," replied Margaret. "We want our girl  6weet as a rose." .?,..?���������  "Well, of all things!" cried Mrs.  Comstock. "Every two days! Any girl  Who can't/ keep a dress'clean longer  than that is ���������avdl'i'ty-' girl. -You'll wear  the goods out and fade the colors with  so much washing." '���������?'..-  '���������"We'll have a clean girl anyway."  ���������"Well, if you like the job you? can  have it," said Mrs. Comstock/ "1 don't  mind the washing,  but I'm so fncoti  venieut with an iron."  Elnora sat late that, night "working,  bard.over ber lessons.  The nest moru-  ing she put on her blue dress'and rih  bon. and in those she was a picture  Mrs. Comstock c'itugb.rber brsatb-with  a queer stirring around her heart and  looked twice to be sure of what slit  saw.   As   Elnora  gathered-her - books'  ber mother silently gave ber the lunch  bos.   -.-  .   "Feels   heavy,"   said   Elnora   gayly.  "And smelly!"  Elnora went down the road thinking  rf*������_* ' thrt' ������-*j1"������-B l������-3i*>***������* v������������*l*_K -rw^liA-rtrt c������l-i<-������. v%'i���������/_'K.-,  iwju.   *uu\j    vuiiui x;xt     iui.u     liul/iu    ������uw    i/������vw  ably would divide. Of course, tbe  bridge would be occupied again. So  she stopped and opened the box. Undoubtedly Mrs. Comstock was showing Margaret Sinton the "frills." The;  cake was still fresh, and there were  four slices. The sandwiches had to be  tasted twice before Elnora discovered  that beechnuts had been used in a peanut recipe, and tbey were a great improvement. There were preserved  'strawberries in. tb$ cup,?potato salad  with mint aud cucumber in the dish  and a beautifully browned squab from  the stable loft.  .-?���������"! - don't want to be selfish,"  murmured Elnora, "but it just seems as if  ,i can't give away this iunch.   if mother did not'put love into it she's substituted Knwiptiiiiig thst's likely to fool  ���������me.'".   ?.,.���������.;....-.  She almost felt ber steps lagging as  she approached the bridge. A very,  hungry dog had been added to tbe.trio  ot children. Elnora loved all dogs' and,  as usual, this one came to her in friendliness; The children said "Good morning !*' with alacrity, and another paper  parcel lay conspicuous.  "How are you this morning?" inquir.  ed l-Ilnora.  "All right," cried the three, while the  dog sniffed ravenously at the lunch  box pud boat a perfect tattoo witb bis  tail..  "How did you like the bologna?"  questioned Billy eagerly.  "One of the girls took me to lunch  at her home yesterday." answered Elnorn.  Pawn broke beautifully over Billy's  strenked face. J0e caugbt the package  and thrust It toward Elnorn.  "Then maybe you'd like to try the  bolojma today!"  as they approached;. The fleeing dog,  with something in its mouth, the half  aaked giri and vos chasing it, toid rhe  story. Those girls screamed with  laughter as they watched tbe pursuit  "Thank goodness, I saved the wishbone." said Elnora. "As usuai, i can  prove that tnere was a bird." She  turned toward the box. Billy had Improved the time. He had the last piece  of cake in one hand and tbe last bite  of salad disappeared ln one great gulp.  Then the girls shouted again.  "Let's bave a sample ourselves," suggested one. Sbe caugbt up the bos and  banded out tbe remaining sandwich.  Another gir! divided It into bites each  little over an inch square, and then  she lifted the cud Hd and denosited a  preserved strawberry on eilch bite.  "One, two, three���������altogether nowl" she  cried.  Billy let out a roar. "Yon old mean  things!" he screamed.  In an instant he was down in the  road and bandfuls of dust began to fly  among them.   The girls scattered be-  4.IJ1C    UIL44*  "Billy!V cried Elnora. "Billy! I'll  never give you ahcther bite as long as  I live if you throw dust on any one!"  'I*rinn       r������"l!..     A~f.m\ns.A      XUf.     A. .~X'   I ������._.������  m.x.<i^,     X0XI.J.     _4\JX>|4C;<14   . llj^r . MlllSt..   'UtllCtl  both fists Into his eyes and (led sobbing into Elnora's hew blue skirt. She  stooped to meet him and consolation  began.  After the Inncbeon: was given to. ihe  three children Elnora was hustled into  the wagon wltb the girls and driven on  tbe run ro the high school.   They sang  ;a song beginning,  ���������Inora. please jjiye me a sandwich;  I'm ash a rit ed to ssk~for calce.- ?  as tbey-'weut oh. ���������'���������K'lnbr'a did cot know  It. but that was her initiation. She  belonged to "the'crowd." She only  knew that Khe was, happy and vaguely  1    B  THE   HOME  or   THE  TRANSIENT  m  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  /fOGflfo"  THE BEST AND MOST.  S POPULAR HOTEL IN  THE KOOTENAYS  Run on strictly up-to-date  lines. Unexcelled service- in  all departments. Kitchen  staff (including cook) , all  white ladies. Every comfort  and attention given to guests  The bar is supplied with  only the best brand of goods.  forcers meet i rains  - A, HtWRONr  MANAGER  TIMBER SALE No. XIO    .  SEALED TENDERS will be received  I by the Minister of Lands not later than  wondered what ber mother and Aunt ! n������oiidnythe 3rd day of March, 1913, for  Margaret would  ha Ve said about  thr������     . nnrohftsR nf Tain*���������..*, "NTo  5Tin *.������ ^t  proceedings..  Saturday morning Elnora helped he  mother with the work.    When she tur  finished Mrs. Comstock told her to go t ���������  Sinton- and wash her indian relics s- -  that she would be ready toaccompan.  Wesley to town in the afternoon.    E.  hora hurried down the road and was-  soon at the cistern with a tub busil-.  washing   arrow    points,   stone   ases  tubes, pipes and skin, cleaning imple  ments.   There were not so many points-  as she had supposed, and some she had  thought the finest were chipped and  broken.    Still there was quite a large  bos of perfect pieces to carry to the  city.  Then Elnora hurried home, dressed  and was waiting when the carriage  reached the gate. She stopped at the  bank with the box, and Sinton went to  do his marketing and a little shopping  for his wife.  .  At; the dry goods store Mr. Brownlee  called to him: "Hello. Sinton! How do  pnrchase of Licence No. XiO to cut  ������80,000 feet, B. M., 93,000 railway  -*, 16,000 cedar poles on Lot No. 274,  oup 1, Kootenay District, near Ores������  a.  Particulars of Chief Forester, Victoria  O. - no28  TIMBER SALE No. Xll  PROFESSIONALS  R. STEWART  Real Estate. Loans and Gss-  eral Brokerage  ���������specie*   represeneative,  xne  Realty Company  Creston  jMauona  H. O.  ? DENPISTRY  H. E. H.-ZiTd. D. S*  Office   oyer   Frank Parks Hardware  Store-���������Baker Street.  CRANBROOK,  B.  Cm  SEALED TENDERS will be reserved  by the Minister of Lands not later than  noon on the 3rd day of March, 1918, for  tbe purchase of Licence No. Xll, to cut  2,520,000 feet fe/M., 45,000 railwayr-ties  4,    ((C   (tc'u   id't  on Lots No. 3877,  you -like the fate of your lunch box?'? ,-3878, Group 1, Kootenay District,   near  Then he began to laiigh.  '1 always bate to see a man laughing  alone." said Sinfon.   "It looks so self-  The dog leaped in giad apprehension  of something, and Belle scrambled ta  her feet nnd took a step forward. Ths  look of rainished greed in her eyea  wns more thiin Elnora could bear. She  opeued tbe box nnd divided the milk  between Billy and the girl. She gave  each n piece of cake leaving one and a  sundwleli. Billy pressed forward euger-  ly, bitter dianppolutment on his faco,  nnd the elder boy forgot his charge.  "Aw. 1 thought they'd bo meatl"  lameuted Billy. '  Elnorn gnvo wny.  "There is."' she snld glndly. "There  ls a Uttlo pigeon bird. 1 wnnt just a  teeny ploco of tho breast, for a sort  of keepHiiko, Just one bite, aud you can  have the rent among you."  Elnorn drew tbe knife from Its holder and cut off tho w lull bono. Thou tho  held tbo bird toward tho girl.  "You can divide It," sho said. Tho  dog made n bound nnd seizing tho  sqinib sprang from the brldgo nud ran  for llfo. The girl nnd boy hurrlod  after hlni. With awful eyes Billy stared nnd Hwore tempestuously. Elnorn  cnught blm und clapped ber baud over  tbo little mouth. A. doll very wugou  came tearing down tho street, tho  horse running full speed, pnssed tho  Hoping dog with tho girl and boy in  pursuit nnd stopped nt tho bridge.  High sohool girls began to roll from all  Hldea of it.  "A rescue, a rescue 1" thoy shoutod.  It   wns   Ellen   Brownleo   and   bor  crowd, nud every girl of thom curried  Oreston.   ?Y  -"-'ti- ' .������������������       , f  Particulars o������-Ohie������ Forester,' "VictoriS  B. O. * no 28  x.x-������xxxjxjx.m j��������� ijn x\u. jvj������.  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. XI2 to cut  6,440,000 feat B. M��������� 10,600 railway-ties,  3,500 cedar poles, on Lot 491, Group 1,  Kootenay District, near.Oreston.  Particulars of Chief Forester, Victoria  B. C.                              ���������- no 28  '��������� j.^   TIMBER SALENoXlB.  GUY   LOWENBERG  CONSULTINO   ENGIHEEH  ^B-E-STON  S.C-j  MR. &  MRS. CROMPTON  Teachers of    ,,  Piano, ViDlin, Singing  Music Supplied for Concerts & Dances  ���������^*=s__  1-2S\5  OKELB, YOMGT& k,xS.  neai instate and Insurance.  HOUSES TO BENT   "  JRESTON     .  B.C  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  TRAIL       -  B.C.  CRANBROOK  - B. C.  '   '\!UxHf4*.m.t*f>X '  The Girls Soattered Before Him.  iah.   Toll me the fun and let mo help  you."  Brownleo wiped his eyes.  "I supposed you knew, but I see she  ha^h't told."  Thon tho threo days' history of the  lunch box was repeated with particulars which Included tbe'dog.  "Now hiugh," concluded Brownleo.  "Blossod If l seo anything funny,"  replied Sinton. "And if you had  bought that box and furnished ono of  those lunches yourself you wouldu't  cither. 1 call auch a work a shame.  I'll have it stopped."  "Somo one must seo to that, all  right. Tlioy aro Uttlo loechos. Thoir  father earns enough to support them,  bnt they have no mother, nnd thoy run  wild. I Buppono they aro crazy for  cooked food. But it is funny, and whon  you think It over you will boo it if you  don't now."  "About whoro would n body And  that fat hor V" inquired Sinton grimly.  Mr. Brownleo told him, and he stai'tod,  loco Una. tho house with Uttlo difficulty.  IIouho wns tho propor word, for of  homo there wus no sign. Just a small  empty house with threo iiiil'ompt Uttlo  children racing through nnd nround It.  Tho girl nnd tho elder boy hung back,  but  dlrlv   IK Ilo  Blll.v  ^rooted Sinton  SEALED TENDERS will be reoeived  i  by the Minister of Lands not later than  noon on tbo 3rd day ofMaroh, 1013, for  the purchase of Lioenca No. X13 to cut  4,100,000 feet B. M., aud CC0 cedar'polcs  on Lot 281, Group 1, Kooteuny District  near Creston,  Particulars of Chief Forester, Viotoria  n. C. no S8  Tho  Funeral Director  I  ���������������������������i  More Letting  Cbe contract ���������  For tho 'Miilding of vour New  lionso, Storo, Office Workshop  or other building, write or call  on me. Kstmmtics given on all  kinds of work.  impairs & Alterations  A  SPECIALTY ,  Charges reasonable anil satisfaction  guaranteed on All Work  JOHN   BOYD,   Creston  ���������V.I  ������ Wtf parcel.   They took_in_tho wcono   y^h. "What you wunt horor  Swingkng a Business  Judicious advortlilitalo tho derrick  that owlnns a buolneos to sucoott.  ClassWodwantArts. are tct ao bu������l-  rteso brlnrjfir������ that are suitable to  sny buclncas. Thoy help the small  onoo boQotnn bin. and-iho h!n 0110s  to hecortie blrjaar? "        I  Om,rm^^-* ''^JjJ1   m   ���������������**'** t������'l _H  m.wrif-imii--iii(^^  Harness   Repairing  * A SPBOtALTY  Doalcr in   high   class  boots and s_oes.  WM  ..a:���������;.,,^������,t!.,n,mr.mi,m:  '.ftl: 'Wj.'M'.f .*"*'**? tf*W���������i*>_!  Wi>i������^i^t-l<wi)WlWp������������|MI������fe������l^^  miiniiaiiM-nim'iiiiaiJiii Trr^iTiV"  m.mmmZZ  3_K__A_1I  -I'WIWi  mmm  m -     Jfc'-,W'J&-mS*Bm.*Sf!������'aS9-  &-**-^*-_%_^t_ @  gf_-^  ....  ������������.-m>~-v������.������������������*-,.-���������-���������_._������������������'nrnwi���������iiii-nn  _*_? ,   ' /  Women's commonest ailment  , .      ���������  ei.~.x        the root of so much of their  kvi.r,<   K-.i  I*>>-.1 R���������-j     ill-health���������promptly yields  to  ths   gontle  but certain action  of Na-Dru-Co Laxatives.  25c. a box at your druggist's.  Special Guardians of the Night Formed in Paris for Protection of Property  Paris, Fiance.���������-A series of burg-  I larics in the center of Paris lias led  ! to the creation of a special force of  private police, or night guards, who  hegiu their duties this week. Their  special attentions are directed to  guarding the property of citizens who  have subscribed toward the Might  Guards' Association.  Last night a reporter /fair a morning  newspaper accor  on his rounds of the Avenue de l'Op  eral and  the  adjacent   streets,  which  WHAT FOLLOWED A CUT  A Magistrate's Wonderful  Experience  With Zam-Buk  Mr. J. E. Arsenault, a Justice of  the Peace, and station master at Wellington, on the Prince Edward Island  Ry., has had a wonderful proof of the  healing power of Zam-Buk.    He says:  "Four years.ago I had an accident.  I slipped in the station and fell on a  freight truck, sustaining a had cut  on  the   front  of  my   leg.    1 thought  PICTURES SLASHED AT GALLERY  I Outrage  Committed  When  Few Visitors Were in Tnat Section of  Galleiy  London.���������An extraordinary outrage was committed ac tlie .National  Gallery recently, when four . vaiaaoie  oil paintings were damaged, the giass  upanied an inspector   this would heal, but instead of doing  f the Avenue de l'Op- ��������� so *l developed into a bad ulcer and  jacent   streets   which   ia.ler -into  a  form   of  eczema   which  ire patroled    by'  a    dozen    stalwart I spread very rapidly and also started  _uards  in a blue    uniform    with    a I on the other leg.    Both legs  cecame  quaint helmet.       Each  guard  had  a i so swollen and sore that I could only  police dog and a heavy automatic pis-1 ������������  about  my   work  by  having  them  (tol.       The inspector had with him a *'>andaged.     My  nagnidcent black German rh.-.op'dog, I stop work and lay-up  doctor    said    I must  I which was muzzled and held or. leash.  All the  dogs,  the  offi .<?r explaini-**-'!.  had  been  specially   traiiied  for  their  'work.       Just lay. a hand on me and  see what the dog will do, said a guard.  j The'reporter gave him a hearty blow  i in the chest.      With a low growl the  I great black dos at his side sprang at  lithe   newspaperman's     throat. His  master pulled him off.  The scheme is in its infancy, but it  is hoped before long to establish  pa-  1 trols in the residential districts of Par-  L=-..      Subscribers may get a. guard at  night to summon a doctor or a cab.  each    being    smashed  and  ate  pictures united,       i ue dania_e Is e.a-  Jima-ed at about $250.  A'--middle-aged man, giving the name  if liirnes: Yvelch. 'of Saltera.e-road,  Parkstone, Dorset,    described    as    a  FRENCH TOWN EXCITED  Woman A&seri That statue of Virgin,  in  Cemetery  Came to Life 0  Paris, France.���������The town of B?z-  iers is immensely excited by a remarK-  able story, which is said to have occurred in the old ceme.ery in lhe. town  recently. Nothing will convince the  superstitious people that it is riot true.  * According to the story, which ia  printed with much detail, a womaii  was leaving the cemetery, where she  had gone to pray at the grave of her  husband, when she noticed a. statue"of  louse painter, was arrested    in    con-   the Virgin covered wibh moss.      The  WHEN BABY IS ILL  i 1      v/hen ihe baby is in; when his iittio  i stomach  is out of order and    he    is  ��������� ct-oss and refuses to smile, don't dose  h:iu   with   castor   oil.    There   is   no  n^e-.i to torture him���������give Baby's Own  'Tablets���������thev    do  everything    castor Y  oil is supposed to dp, only they do it  be'ter.   aud   what   is   more   the   baby  will like them.    The Tablets are ub-, ,    .      .  solutely   safe,   being   guaranteed   by j '-^ ���������������������** P���������*���������  a  government  analys-t   to  contain   no'  After six months of this trouble I  consulted another doctor, but with no  better result. I?tried all the salves,  liniments and lotions 1-heard <.*f. but  instead of getting bettor I got worse.  "'This was my condition when I got  my first box of Zam-Buk. Greatly to  my delight that first box gave me  relief. I continued to appiy it to  the sores, aud day by day they got  better. 1 could sec that at last l  had got hold ot something which  would cure me. and in the end it did.  It is now over a year since Zam-Buk  worked a cure in my case, and th?re  j h.is beer������ no return of* xb������ errema ��������� or  anv trace of i.t."  Such is tht* nature or the great  cures which Zam-Buk i* daily effect*.  Ins. Purely herbal in composition.  this great balm is a sur? cure for all  skin diseases, co'd sores, chapped  hands, frost bite, ulcers, blood-poisoning, varicose sores, piles, scalp sores.  ringworm, inflamed oatehes, cuts,  burns, and bruises. All druggists and  stores soil at 50c. box .or post free  froiri Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, upon re  bates or other harmful druss.  Sold !     A; story of Scotch   honesty    comes  ,_-     j-..s....     j_   .1 ..    _..    -. T.-.l    ...     ������������������r.\f  bv medicine dealers or by mail at  :"������>  from Dundee.      A small boy had taken  cents a box from The Dr.   Williams* i the   prize   for-, an   exceptionally   well  Medicine Co.. Brock ville. Ont  Whafs the Use?  Though be* is himself, in private  \life, a clergyman, George Birmingham,  I the' Irish novelist, loves a good story  ��������� on the clergy, and out? of the most  j amusing sections in hi.- now book:  ! The Lighter Side of Irish Life,  deals  drawn map. :After the examination  the teacher, a little doubtfully, asked  the lad:  Who helped you with this map,  James?  Nobody, sir.  Coma, now, teU me the truth. Did  not your brother help you? -  No, sir. he did it all.  section with the affair and taken .0  Vine stru * police station and charged  vith wilfully damaging the four pictures. They are as follows: Mrs,  Constable, by Constable; The Gleaners, by Constable: A Castle by a  Lake, by Hie-hard' Wilson; Hadrian's  Villa, by Richard Wilson.  The pictures are each about two feet  square and are all situated in room  23 of the National Gaiiery.  The act was committed'.about haif-  past three in the afternoon, aud very  few people were in this section of the  ���������gallery at the time. Suddenly the  sound of .smashing glass "was hoard,  and some of the officials who hurried  to the spot state that they saw tho  man in the act of jabbing the pictures  with a two foot rule. The rule was  afterwards found to be broken.  Welch, when arrested, bad about $33  or ?40 in his possession. He said  nothing when charged with the act at  the police station und so-imed su-me-  what strange in his maimer.  The otllclals of the gallery do not  despair of repairing the pictures, although of,course the damage is great  from nn artistic point of view.  Welch, who was somewhat shabbily  dressed, entered the gallery with  other visitors, no particular attention  he-lag paid to him by the gallery officials. The outrage was reported to  Sir Charles Holroyd the director of  the gallery, who immediately investigated the affair, and the damage done,  Lord Balcarres, M . P., who is a  trustee of the National Portrait Gallery, expressed the utmost indignation  at tha news of the outrage at the National Gallery.  condition of the statue inspired her  with pity and &he tried to wasih the  moss from it w.ith her pocket handkerchief. She declares that the statue came to life; that one of its bauds  touched the handkerchief and that a  voice said: This cloth is Bacred now.  Keep it, for 1 have blessed it to thank  you for your act of piety.  The woman ran home to her cottage  and told her sick daughter what had  happened. She put the handkerchief  on the girl's bed^.and the child, who  has been paralyzed for several years,  sat up, got our. of bed and Svalkcd.  The statue is surrounded all day by  cripples, blind men and women, and  oven ch:kin: n who are suffer.ng from  some disease. it was reported  among the townspeople that a blind  man recovered his sight and that a  lame man had thrown away his'crutches and walked.  A number of unbelievers visited the  cemetery and openly expressed tbeii  scepticism. They     were    roughly  handled by the worshipers and ejected.  A number of women have organized  a perpetual guard round the statue,  and one of them collected money from  visitors whose 'handkerchiefs she rubbed on the hands of the statue. This*  -was forbidden by the police, whereupon several gendarmes were attacked by the angry women. The leader  of the women who tried to induce her  companions to precipitate a riot is now  forbidden to enter the cemetery.  The bishop and clergy have thus far  refrained from expressing any opinion  regarding the alleged miracle.  *=. ������,a-co ws. to resist uncjemss m  elements and serves as the g  great source of oiir body-heat. H  Create? body-warmth means ������  richer blood, more fat, noli  obesity but fat yvhich the bqdy  consumes for warmth, vitality,  resistance-power���������as a furnace  consumes coal for hearr*-  Scott's Emulsion does this.  A teaspoonful after each  meal makes body-warmth-  heal thy,  active  bipod���������-  sharpens the appetite and  makes all good food do good.  It drives out and keeps oat colds  by raising endurance-power  and creating strength.  Reject substitutes for SCOTT'S.  5-V-eitt ft-ttowne. Toronto, Outstrip   12-61  STRAIN   OF   PARIS     LIFE  WOMAN TO SLAY  URGES  j I The Heart of  a Piano  is  the  -.������  If  Action.    Insist on th*?  lsOtto  .  \  * 8  Piano  Action  ii FREE TO ALL SUFFEBEHa,  ItyoufMI OU 1 Ol' SOK4S"R(.N DOW.NVrV.O I Til��������� lil i i b-  . -SUFl-R from KIOMEY. BLADDER, KEKVOCS nitK ���������.*).'<:  * CHRONIC UVAKNKSSES.l'I.CEKS.SKIN KKIH- rio.NS HILt-Y  '      ZVlC,J?f Jiiy   PKae   boolr.     IHE   MoST    INSTRUCTIVE  \m THERAPION fr^S  *?";'r _? s'nc*-������2;e^y for VOUR OWN ,-iilment. IX.trt sfn.l at���������r  ,_*J. ABofilutelyFif-.eE. No*followup*circul;irs. Uit I net i-,;r  ,*/'*    65El>. Co. HAV'4������KSl'OCK KD, HaMI ;> i kau. Lun Iio;;. .'.������<������  .'���������X'   0 -.    jwicb the foible ana misadventures of 1 A BoQn for the Bilious.���������The liver  j Irish pastors. One 01 ais tales may }Ja a very seusative organ and easily  '"oe quoted: j derange-d.       When  this  occurs  there  j A core- of Ireland gentleman h*?ard | is- unaUe secretion of bile and the  i from the Hps of a clergyman of tae j. acrj^ liquid flows into the stomach and  ; death of an inveterate enemy of ass j scars jt. It is a most distressing  j who harassed him for many years. j ailnient, and many are prone-to it.  ! Well, ho ssid. it's a comfort to thmfe . ln th;s condition a man finds, the best  ; that the devil's got that fallow at lasi. ! reiuedy in Parmelee's Vegetable Pills,  I The clergyman, being a clergyman.} .,Vhich are warranted to speedily cor-  J felt bound to protest agatns: this uu- ; recl ^q disorder. There is no bet-  ! charitable view of the dead man's con-, ter medicine in the entire list of pill  dition.       He  insinuated a  hope  taat, ��������� preparations.  : in  spite  of  all  ihat  had  passed,  the j   j poor man might have escaped the ex-,  I treme penalty.  i  There  is  nothing repulsive in Mil-  w        -e   ,i,0   ^o..-;! i ler's Worm Powders, and they are as  Well,   said   th3   Other,   a   tae   oe\.i . n,oaaant tn taVp QC e,lfrar  Qrt thn+. fftW  ot  that fellow,  all* 1 can  say  dou't  see  much use  in  our  .l-vH   -jr   ill] ,  ������... ...   *-~   _^_. ,  9 int. juflii iriuLio Lli,. Limited  I       Engineers and Boilermakers  Boilers   of     all     kitds��������� Engines,  Pumps and Heavy Plate Work  Write ns for Prices  14 Strachan Ave., Toronto. Canada  r    REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  U-H. WlNULOW'S  SOOTHINfV  SVRMF  lias   bficl*  r (���������Bed for over SIXTY YEARS by MIl.UONS ot  '. "SiOTHEKS   for    their   CHII.URI-'N    WHII.E  ���������j i-BKTHJNG,  witli   rKnVl'CT   MUCCKSS.     It  ;. _OOTIlI*B tlie CJtlLO, SOPTKNS tlie GOMS.  '���������'. At,I.AYSall TAIN ; CURKS WINDCOLIC. and  '  in the best remedy for DIAKKHCHA.     It is ab>  ' eslBlely harinlcsn.,   Be mire and aslc for " Mra. I  ��������� "Winslow's Soot li ing Byrup," and take uo other  , wiw.   Twi':uly-_ve cents n bottle.  MALE HELP WANTED  AGENTS WANTED  1     Wanted���������Agents for Hail and Wind-  ' e;torm Insurance.      Apply The Canada  ?���������! Sveather Insurance Company, (Domln-  ���������.': Ion License), Winnipeg. Man.  j it.cis n v ^5  j is  that  I  1 keeping a ms  A Kansas City character was cling-  in^ to a lamp-post one Sunday nwru-  ing when a stranger came along and  addressed him.  Sir. enquired the stranger, can you  tell me where the Second Presbyterian church is?  Mister, answered tbe weary one. 1  don't even know where the First Presbyterian church is.  Artie had tried by various means  tointerest his father in conversation.  Can't vou see I'm trying to read?  said the'exaspet-ated parent. Now,  don't bother me.  Artie was silent almost a minute.  Then, reflectively: Awful-accident/on  a 13'oomfield trolley today.  Fat'ber looked up with ^interest.  What's that? he asked. An accident?  Yes, replied Artie, edging toward  the door, a -woman had her eye on a  seat and a man sat on it.  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere.  pleasant to take as sugar, so that few  children will refuse them.      In some  cases they cause-   vomiting    through  ��������� their action in an unsound stomach,  j but this is only a    manifestation    cf  j their  cleansing  power,  no indication  that they are hurtful.      They can be  thoroughly   depended   upon   to   clear  all worms from the system.  ) Train Blown Over  ' -ierlln.���������Heavy snowstorms occurr-  . ed in many parts of Germany last  ,' week and railway traffic iu seriously  ,'. -affected. A passenger train travel-  '. ing from llolchenau to Zltt.au. Saxony.  ' was blown over by tho wind, one of  [ the carriages being burned. Thoro  , was no loss of lite. The railway sta-  , lion at Meralorf, In Silesia, was prac-  ', tlcnlly wrecked by the storm uml traf-  1 8c there ls suspended.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  heavy?  Rural Postmaster���������Haven't got it all  out yet. I tell you. this town owes  its llvos to me. About the first of  December ah the lettero that came  In here woro covered with funny  ���������looking stamps. I got kind of suspicious and It, certainly puzzled nie  till a New York drummer put me  wise, telling mr* they wore tuberculosis stamps. Of course, I know that  stuff   was darned  bad,  so I  just, ups    , ami conllscates the mail aa fast, as it  1 j came iri.      I've got it. all out in tho  A ll.title- girl remarked to hnr mam-! b:u-k room fumigating now. Pretty  ������aa, on goln������ to bod: I am not afraid j narrow squeeze, but I nipped the opi-  ef the dark. ! domic right In the bud.  No, of course not, replied hor niam-  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  Thill In l.AXATIVK 11ROMO QriNINl-J.  I.iviU foi* Hi.* Hlitnntiiro or ������������������:. \V. r.MOVK.  cur.'H a fold In Cum Day, Cures Grip  in   'I'lVu  Day.'i.     "-Tic.  You haven't got.J. Jones Jinkins  writing advertisements for you any  more, I bear, remarked one business  mail to another, both good advertisers  along different lines.   .  No, replied the other in a tone oi  strong disapproval, and I'm glad of  it.  What's wrong with- him? I understand he had taken a course from r  correspondence school and was thoroughly competent.  Was he? And the other man spat  as though something tasted bad. Was  he? Well, let me tell you something.  I had -a new brand of tooth brushes  and I wanted something extra to exploit them all over, and I told him to  _ I go to It good.      Next day In all ithe  Visitor-Was the    Christmas    maii   l,a-?ers ** ahowed up large ������..nd lumin-  v        ' ��������� mis, and at the bottom there was a  Husband Victim of Crime Which Doctors Attribute to Shattered Nerves  Paris. France.���������Mme. lumberjack,  the divorced wife of M. Lamberjack,  managing director of a motorcar company, was in Paris assize court recently found not guilty of a charge of  homicide in connection with her former husband's death. She was released.  M. Lamberjack fell in love wiith and  married Mile. Virginie Bosou when h ?  was a professional racing cyclist and  she was an embroiderer at an.establishment in the Faubourg St. Honore.  For several years they lived together  happily. But M. Lamberjack was  ambitious and made his way in the  world, till he was earning from $100,-  000 to $200,000 a year. With material  success their happiness came to an  end. Mme. Camber jack reproached  her husband with infidelity. Quarrels became frequent and finally the  couple were divorced. Yet they continued to live under the same roof.  In .Tune last year M. Lamberjack  decided to remove his share of the  furniture. Mme. Lamberjack reproached, him and then shot him fatally with a revolver.  in the iindictment read- in court  Mme. Lamberjack was described as of  uncertain temper and excessively nervous. Mine. Lamberjack pleaded  that she never intended to kill M.  Lamberjack, and only fired when she  thoughet he had snatched up his coat  as if to get his revolver. When the  president of the court asked her if she  regretted her act &he hid her face ia  her hands and burst Into tears. /  Two eminent physicians, who examined her. said she was the victim of  Paris life, aud Its harassing effect on  the nerves.  HYPNOTISM       RESTORES        LOST  SKILL TO GOLFER  Time and Money  Tha'. time is money, Wisdom bleats,  Yet you wi'l know my dears.  A girl with thirty thousand beats  A girl with thirty years.  Expelled for Kissing  Munich.���������Great indignation has  been caused by the action of the authorities in censoring dancing at the?  carnival _alls, which were being held  last week. Four policemen who  were stationed in the daucing pavilions during the most important ball  of the series frequently interfered  with couples on the floor, and arrested several of them for alleged impro-  ped* dancing. -Other guests -were  ejected from the hall because tiey  kissed "each otber ih public.  BOY SCOUTS  FOR DENMARK  British   Detachment  to  be "Invited  to*  Forest Campaign  Copenhagen.��������� The British Boy  Scouts'at-e to have au opportunity of  'visiting Denmark this year. The governing committee of the Danish Boy  Scouts���������for the movement is a growing one here���������is planning a ten days'  summer campaign in the forests In  New Zealand.*  ln connection with ,these maneuvers  which will be carried out under the  instructions of a captain in the Danish army', M. Lembeke, who is one of  the leaders of the Boy Scout movement in Denmark, the committee has  decided to invite bodies of English,  Dutch, Norwegian and Swedish Boy  Scouts to join their colleagues of  young Denmark as a holiday trip.  The two sons of the king of -Denmark, Crown Prince Frederick and  Prince Knud, will join the scouts during their ten days* training. Among  the planned festivitres is a visit" by  King Christian and Queen Alexandrine  who will be at their summer residence  at Fredensborg, near Elsinore.  -Soihetimes a married woman gets  so hungry for a loving word that she  talks to herself.  A well-known physiognomist advocates choosing one's servants according to the formation of their faces:-���������  We tried the plan on Martha Rose���������  she only stopped a week. Although  we chose her for her nose, we sacked  her for her cheek.  _rl  REPEATING  RIFLES  Suitable for any size of game.  Made in all desirable calibers and  used and endorsed by hunters the world over for '.-  hard usage, reliability and strong aud accurate shooting. No rifle will give better satisfaction than the  Winchester.   Winchester rifles are_oldby slide*���������era.  Send postal for complett, illustrated cotmltg  VIHCHEStEl KPEATIHS WHS CO..  NEW HAVEN, CONN.  line  standing out  dear which  read  If not satisfactory after a week's trla'  return and get your money hack.  Now   what  do  you  think  of  that?  Tooth brushes, mind you!  tarn.  J was a r.ttle afraid once, when I  *went into the pantry to gel 1. tart.  What woro  you  afraid  of?  I was afraid I couldn't find tho  ttourta.  An Irish contractor hud the mlsfor-i  .  tun." to run bin ear over an old man  London.���������Trailer tramoars will. It', who had a bottle of blueing ins.ldr his  ,Y������ aM*������*rl_d. Im- plm-cd ou tb.; Loudon : . u:.t. Jumping from bin car and ������oo-  county council tramway Hyst������������m within inu' tho fluid rapidly staining the old  the next  fortnight. * * fiMiow'H bronat, he turned to his friend,   [  t Plnncaan.   Il'U   go    luirrnd     wid     us!  \Wv<>  killed wan o* thlm blue-blood-  fl  Yankcos!  Paris.���������In a duel with swords, M.  : Limited took hlB father's placo on account of the great ago of tho latter,  ind wuh wounded In tho arm. H1h  .iiU'iTtiury wan .1 nu'inlior ol tho chain*  ' b������.-r ii'iriK'd M. I-agrof-HHrrf*. The nnii  ihoiiKh woi/ndi*d. rel'nsvil lo Kivo up  thi- hY'lit  iinlll  It win- s'.oppod  by tbo  1 roenndti.   .  Vat wan Klatidlng near the car truck  when be Tioiif-'d nn iintomoldlo reining  un Un- id.r<*id. anil to be uafe. he stopped biK'k a Mulo trom the cur I ruck.  Th'1  mil'*  wi������nl   piiHt. nml  Just  i\h  it  .1       ... 1...   ,   i,..,1   ,,.,.���������,. 1,,,,  W.tO      JXtrtll.ll^.       I." V4I  >   >  ���������   .        .1.1.4       ������>   ......I.,11  in turn off ho track.       When  hr did  :',, ;.:'.'-. :;!.!'!'!'���������:! on the ivr tru'')? cini-  111).; tin- liail. ������;iid of It lo nwln/;  around, uirllilnj: P.il nud knorkluj' Iilm  down.  i������    <���������<���������������!    *i\    i������i.1    un    nnd    1������u.|r  |j after Hir ������"nr and nny: Now phut do yr  tlniiK o turn '. vviiiii yi������ mijiimi in ironi.  o' thlm. Uir-y rim over yr: ������nd whin  >��������������� nut out o' the way  lu lot 1 liim jmi*m  Ready  Cooked  Meals  are rapidly growing in popular favor.  Post  Toasties  served either with cream or  good milk, or preserved fruit  make a most appetizing dish  for, breakfast, dinner, or  supper.  These delicious toasted  flaky bits of white corn have  a delicate taste that is very  pleasing at this time of year.  Post Toasties are economical, make lct>*������ work foi  the busy housewife and  please everyone at: the table.  ���������'The Memory hinaerx"  Si!d by Grocers everywhere  JMwPM'!  .Ul.)!.  ������>,<.!.....        r���������ri>ql        (*,,  Limited  Windsor, Ont.  Specialist in    Mental    Dlsfirders    Explains   Its   Effect   Upon   Ordinary  Patients  London, England,���������-The possibility  of golfers Hocking to Harley street to  be cured of a tendency to top tbelr  drives or foozle their inoshie shots is  opened by the news that after hypnotic treatment at Cuy's Hospital a golfer  who was off his game returned to the  links in Bplendid form.  He was an amateur plus player who  had suddenly gone stale from over  concentration on the game, and tho  method adopted by a Harley street  nerve specialist \,as to Instill In the  man's mind by suggestion the conviction that he was just as good a player  uh ever.  Some Interesting opinions on the  subject were given by Dr. Edwin Ash.  the famous specialist in mental disorders.  A gamo such us golf, ho explained,  requires a very delicate Co-ordination  of mind and muscle, which becomes  aiihrniiHclotis In the case of a player  oi any skill. He phiy** llhc au automaton, and Is at his boHt. when he  doou not trouble about I1I3 game.  Any Mow of onorgy'ln his conscious  mind, such as ovor anxiety about tho  result or the match, or the Idea that  lie la going to play badly, has tbo ro-  fiiilt of lnterrcYhig with the working of  the subconscious part. It clogs the  whi'oln of tho automutcn.  "mv. there- \'.\ no dnuht thnt pujrirrB-  tlon ran remove that Interference by  removing tho paKleiilar Ideas which  have blocked the free running of the  automatic Impulses which will all go  to the proper swinging of a club.  Tlie hypnotic sloop stato Is not nc-  I ccHHury, and In most Oiiacij la undefllr-  lable. My own nio'.hod In such ciihoh  1 Ih to got the iittMuul'to iiilitd pohicd,  and then remove by suggestion tho  I ".".".i v;hi'"b I" 'ihutrnHlm*; Iho hmIihcoii-  I hcIoiih action of the brain.  sin dent k   Htwldenly   faced   with   au  I examination paper often find their nm-  morion almont wiped out by the nudi  I ������r  riiorgy   in  their* conscious  brain.  I The  Mtit.minton  which should reel off  11 date**   and   llgurus   acorns   10   ma  <u l  ��������� ' .        . , ���������*���������.*���������(, .   .*       .   t \  The Best  FciTtn Lubricants  GRAN IT  aS. ^Zmx    s&    Bi    ea    ^9     eSa        cs&  Harvester Oil  A heavy, short-cut oil for farm, machinery  '    (.���������  Clings to the bearings and insures the least  possible friction and wear.   Moisture and  changes of temperature do not affect it.  The choice of the most successful farmers.  STANDARD  G&$ Engine Oil  Used  and  recommended  by the leading engine builders all over the country. '  Keeps  its  body at high  temperatures.  Equally good'for external bearings.  Silver Slur Engine Kerosene  Imperial Motor Gasoline  Mica Axle Grease  El Dorado Cantor Machine Oil  Capitol Cylinder Oil  Thresher Hard Oil  Stock carried at 300 tank and warehouse  Htntlons in Western Canada. For addresses*  price lists, etc., write any agency.  THFj IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited  Lin'  t'iru Pj'ind and !*l������.-k y  Ji<.|r.f(\������i   ������,..������.������>������r...   ���������������-.-    ....   -  Mont   people  think   I  I In ["Ivr lbut) io rreolvn.  t   more   fnolbdi  Main   Otflcmt  WINN IPEG  Retilna,    Moose    Jaw,    Saokotoon,  X   -r-W^   y    Edmonton,     Calgary,    Lethbrld0e, X   WWht1   Y  "vagQgiry Vancouver. \**iiJuSPf  BXS- ^iYlliiig^^  s*  -������    m0*s..*mmm V>Jfc.W JU_rv^f JL.  *K_f A"*  r������T7t7T17Ttr  r\T* T? O TI r\ TVT  OZViiO J.*-/!'-',  /���������>  DEFY THEGOVERNMENT  JJUFFRAGIST- GLORY !i\l LOSS TO  CHANCELLOR OF EXCHEQUER  TWELVE NEW ELEVATORS  A Bomb Explosion Wrecks the New  Residence of David: Lloyd George  at Walton���������Suffragists Accept the  Responsibility for the Outrage���������Will  be? Martyrs.  London.���������The explosion of a "bomb  partially wrecked a country residence  In course of construction for Chancellor of the Exchequer David Lloyd  George at Walton Heath, near London. The only clues ob.taiued by the  poiice are two broken bat-pins which  w^re foimd among the wreckage. It  is, declared by the neighborhood that  an .automobile .containing several'-. wo-  nien passed through the village in the  early;houi*3. ,No one was Injured by  the .explosion. The house was not  yet occupied. The bomb had been  placed in a.room of the residence  which adjoins the golf links on which  Lloyd georgo plays. The Infernal  piachline was so powerful that tho  thick walls of the house v/ere split in  all directions and most of the room's  were/ wrecked. Two ?������even-pou*nd  cans of black powder also had been  placed in two separate rooms, among  fseaps of wood shavings which had  been saturated with oil and iri the  centre of which burning candles had  been fixed.  An official of the Woman's Socia.'  sr.d Political Union tcid the police  that the society had no knowledge  of-the perpetrators. General Mrs-.-  I)rwmihond, however, declared that, the  explosion was undoubtedly done by  women. She exclaimed enthusiastically: I think it Is grand. It'was a  fine act, successfully carried out and  shows the determi-ation of the women. . T-iday: - All power to all k'nds  of militants in the direction of harassing cabinet ministers, short of taking human life. This is tihe second  time within a year that violent method's bave been used against the residences of cabinet ministers, the first  being an attempt to burn the house of  "Lewis Harcourt. Secretary for theCol-  ODiee, at "Nun-ham.  Cardiff, Wales.���������We,have blown up  the chancellor of the exchequer's hous"  ������aid Mrs. Enrmeline Pantehurst? addressing an enthusiastic meeting of  suffragettes here. The authorit-ic*-*  need not look for the' women who aoN  nally did it. I personally accept full  resnons'bllitv for it.  Mrs. Pankburst declsired that If sT*"  were sent to penal servitude ������he would  go on a hunger strike.  The governuvnt will th0*-* eitbor  6sv������ to es* me free, she added, r- )et  me die. Ifl drop ont a 'hundred women are ready to take my place.  Will be Built by Grain Growers* Grain  Company  Winnipeg.���������The Grain Growers  Grain Company is contemplating  erection of twelve grain elevators during, tie year.  These elevators, it is understood,  will be required in addition to those  leased from the provincial govern-  J. ment, the demand on which has been  W. great that, further elevators are  essential.  Special binning privileges in these  elevators are said to have given the  farmers the benefit of track prices  for car load lots in elevators, and the  line companies realizing that farmers  ore in position to sh'p their own  'wheat in order to secure their share,  im'mediatelv hsd to offe** track prices  less tmn the ordinary, charges to secure trade.  PRESIDENT IS EXILED  to  to  Warn Canadians Against Going  Argentina* --. ..'���������.  Winnipeg.'���������Canadians who- go  the Argentine Republic to take up  land or homestead do 'so at great  risk. Nothing but disaster has overtaken those who have gone 'there.  This was the statement cf Canadian  Imm'gration Commissioner Bruce  Walker In calline attention to a warning issued by the Dominion government against emigration there. The  action of the governm?nt, explained  Mr, Walker arises from the fact that  Canadians who have gone to the Argentine have been reduced to penury,  and the Canadiap government has  been obliged to bring them back at  its own expense. Because it will no  longer do so, the warning Is issued.  The la;test case is that of John Olefin k,,who went from near Red Deer.  Alta. . He was defrauded in the Argentine of every cent he had, and the  Canadian authorities had to bring  him back.  UCIIni.*      m. t   m. m. ���������. , ���������.  PRESIDENT  OF   MEXICO  Gustavo Madero, Brother of the Depos  ed President,    was    Executed,  STATISTICS     ABOUT  PHONES  CANADIAN* political  disturbances  in   the  comI*Qg!*T  ���������*"_r\  Industrial Accidents *  Ottawa.-���������There were 491 industrial  accidents recorded by the department  of labor during January, of them 100  were fatal and 391 received serious  injuries. Compared with the record  for December the above is an increase  of three fastal and 24 non-fatal accidents. Figures for January 1912  were 103 fatal and 531 non-fatals. The  greatest number of fatalities were recorded under the headings of mining  and railway service, there being 15  workmen killed in the mining industry  ahd 43 in railway service. Of the  non-fa-tal accidents the greatest number occurred in the steam,railway  service and the metal trades, the figures having respectively 114 and 87.  Two fatal and 28 non-fatal accidents  occurred to workmen in the building  trades.  Barbarous Act being Ordered by  Diaz Under Shelter of the Fugitive  Law���������Madero Escorted from Mexico  City of Mexico.���������General Huerta  was eleored provisional President by  Congress at a special secret session.  Francisco Madero. deposed _rom the  Piesidency, will be exiled. Arrange-;  ments have been made for his departure from the capital for Vera  Cruz. From there he will sail for  some European port. Madero will i  be accompanied by his wife and perhaps by his father and other members  of his  family.  His loyal aide, Captain Montes? also  will go, but in the capacity of a  guard. The party will proceed to  Vera Cruz under escoi't.  The execution of Gustavo Madero,  brother of the deposed President, was  a most tragic occurrence. He was  subjected to the fugitive law, and was  shot to death by his guards.  The members of the Cabinet and  most of the other prisoners were released? .. Francisco Maderd> -Jose  Suarez, Vice-President, iand Fredsrico  Garza, governor of ths federal distriot  were the only prisoners held.  General Huerta, .who : has. assumed  the pojt of Governar General and General Diaz had an extended conference,  after which it was announced that they  were in complete accord. Later General Huerta was in conference with  the American Ambassador, Henry Wilson.  Already forced to face plots, the  new ad mini-tra-tion caused the arrest  6f General Francisco Romero.  Romero is accused of complicity  with Francisco Cosio Roblo in a new  revolt. The plot involves a group of  rurales.  Ottawa.���������The Department of External Affairs was officially informed that  there had been a change of Government in Mexico, and that all the Canadians in the country were safe. There  had been many enquiries from friends  and relatives ir. Canada as to the latter.  Annual Rene"** Sybnnltted at    Ottawa  Shows 683 Companies at End of  Year  los. Ottawa.���������Facts about telephone  the j companies in. Canada are,set .forth in!  the annual report of the subject by'  the controller of statistics,, tabled in  the commons. ' The number at .the.  end of the year was 683. an increase  of 146.  In Manitoba and Alberta the systems are owned by , the provinces.;  while Saskatchewan is; fast absorb-i  iag 4hem. Ontario has 3G9. telephone companies; Quebec 62; New  Brunswick, 17; Nova Scotia, 12; Alberta .?.; Saskatchewan, 206; Manitoba.  3; British Columbia, 10 and Prihce  Edward Island, 1. The ���������? aggregate  capital is $46,276,851. ah increase of  $6,232,869 over last year. The capital is equal'to $124.75 per telephone.  T"he cost of real property is placed at  $56,887,799, Quebec heading the list  with $27,480,159? ?.. This is due particularly to the- Bell Telephone Company being 'credited to Qu.ehec. the  head office being in Montreal, though  its lraes are ail over the country.  Gross earnings of all companies in'  ,the year were $12.274,620; operating  expenses $9,094,6S8 and net earn!rigs  $3,178.9=7... The. operating expenses  were 74 per cent. cf the gross.  A total of 370,884 telephones are in  use in Canadi. equal to one telephone  for every eight of -lopulation. Employees number 12873 and salaries  last year totalled  $2,659,641.  spring.      A traveler recently ."return-] 1 ������������&  ed from an extended tri pin Europ-e in-| ������������������ -:. :.������������������' ;������������������������������������ -...-;���������-,��������� ���������.���������-���������>.-;.- -^vyf*  c!ud*mg the countries as far' ear&L as i legeni* iv ^icipcT i-mi4'dVcdca^'*  Roumania,   states   that   many : Deople        '    9" ^Iy^I^^ ' ER F?tS  mny   people  with   whom  he   talked   art   decMedl",  MARCH  2,: 1913  fearful of general war in Europe this j ���������    .     ,'*    ���������    . ~^- Y , Vr?"  spring or the  coming summer.       In  Yext of the  wesson.  Gen.   xv., 5-1S. ^  such   an   event   European   crop   pro-1     Mewory Verses, 5, 6���������Golden Text,  duction would be curtailed and while;     Heb.   x, 23-���������Commentary   Prepared  this fear may not be realized it hangs !     by i-iev    D    M    Stearns ' J  as a damper on bearish activities and I .* -.���������-, '     1     '    ,   ~ ���������.'    '.'  prevents sudden declines like there firJYev������������������������*f 1llvmk 'of ������m^ting the  has been in the past under similar J���������- ������?���������? J? f ,**?*���������**'.^^  commercial   conditions. . The   week's   ^ ������'lr, ,not and word of the Lord,  most  in  Hfer  four  24,188,517., bushels' a-vamst 2:1,079,718 L^3, ri<> ^u^ ,the aevil suggested  bushels a ye^r ago. The Unit- j ?L-^ f^ A, tacy .would re_a.her  ed States vfeible decreased 4Q5.000 -" 5^r J������:cos f^d ti ma������e trouble--y-for  bushels, last week it increased 77,000 ^u:: ^ence the Lords:. Fear not;- I  .bushels, last year it debased"-1.380.-  ^ thy smeld. .--*  Inter-Switching Order Delayed  Ottawa.���������Consideration of-the railway board's draft order in regard to  intec^swltching rates has been postponed by the board untii some future  date to-allow the railways and shippers  to get togetner to consider the new  draft order, which' they have not had  aa opportunity to consider.  The proposed order provides -that  when a shipper -sending a. car over  _sa line of one railway wished delivery at the terminals of another, the  latter road, known as the short haul  carrier;, should perform such service  ���������tor a charge, which, unless mutually  agreed on by the carriers for. private  sidings, shall be! one cent per hundred pounds with, a minimum charge  of $3 for each loded car; and for public team track, one-half cent por  100 pounds with a minimum charge  of'?5 for each carload. The former  order did not specify team track delivery and the chief point of objection  ififcen by the railways to the new one  is Chat it" does. ���������,>:.������������������'.���������?  ������������������  *' ���������*'.'���������        ' i'. _ -1 ���������  Asserts He Has Sure Cure for Tuberculosis ?.'���������������������������  Plymouth, England.���������Dr. Friedrich  Prledmann, who asserts he has discovered' a cure for tuberculosis, gave  m_ntervlew on board the Kron Prlnz-  eB&envCecile, on his way to America  to demonstrate the. value of his  remedy.      He said;  I feel that the flrst stop I shou'd  take-in the United States should be  to treat cases of visible tuberculosis  in ttie presence of American physicians.. Y'l.coiild thereby accomplish the  double purpose of instructing them and  proving tho cfTlcacy of the use of I've  germs. What I nienn by vioible tu-  berbiiloslS, Is fun^l in the knee, for  lnsta.nce, which are visible to the eye.  I shall be glad If any doctor or Important hvstiitu'tlon in the United Stiites  will give mo A chance to treat such  cases..  Profit in Cherries  Elko. B.C���������Cherries, according to  J. T. Bealby, owner of a commercial  orchard on Kootenay Lake, are.coming  to be the most profitable product of  the fruit growing industry, although  involving possibly the most labor.  Mr. Bealby's cherry orchards show a  gross production of from ?1,200 to  $1,500 per acre. Heistates that one  tree on his ranch has given an average  of $70 worth of'fruit every year for  several years, and that $25 is a. fair  average for the entire acreage. After  the first four years merely ordinary  care is required, with a little s/praying  and trimming. Apples, he says, give  aai average return of $250 per acre  gross. Mr. Bealby purchased his  ranch of 25 acres-*about six years ago,  and has made a marked success from  the start. ,���������  G.T.P. Entrance to Swift Current  Swift Current, Sask. ���������It- is learned  from reliable "sources that the recent  decision of the Grand' Trunk Pacific  to divert its Moose , Jaw line into  Swift Current~was influenced largely  by the wish of the officials to start.  January Labor Index  Ottawa.���������The department of labor  index of wholesale prices was slightly lowel: in January, standing at 136:2  as compared with 136.8 in December.  Grains and fodders, dairy products,  fruit and vegetables were lower, while  animals and meats and fresh fish were  upward. Winter wheat and barley  were also upward. Hog products  were easier. Iron and products of iron  showed some advances.  Compared with January 1912, for  which the index number was 133.2. a  rise of��������� 3 points is shown. The chief  increases appear in the groups, animals and meats, fish, hides, leathers,  boots and shoes, textiles, furs, metal  and fuel with decreases in grains ahd  fodder, dairy products, fruits, and  vegetables.  . .The index numbers are percentages  of the averages during the decade  1899-1909. They are based on 202  commodi'ties representative of Canadian production and eortsumption.  In retail nrices the feature of the  month was the easier market for diary  products, -eggs declining in many  citJes, and butter much easier, while  milk ��������� declined in two ciities. Some  other lines of food were lower also.  A year ago at this time meats, dairy  products and potatoes were strongly  upward.  Record immigration Party  Winnipeg.���������Six hundred and.twenty  five passengers from the Empress of  Eritain arrived im Winnipeg recently.  This is not only by far the largest  party which has entered tihe country  since the' dawn ��������� of 1913, but it also  outnumbers aji<- one party that has  found its way into Canada so early  in the year, since the immigration  movement into the country first commenced. In fact, it is a record.,  These new arrivals include a number  of first class farm han.is, who have  come out here prepared to start work  on the laud, directly the season opens?  Ninety-five  per cent,   are Britishers.  000 bus-els. "The total Is~ now* 6'4,-'  584,000 bushels compared to 58.436000  bushels a'year"*"ago. ..' The' visible -'sup/'  ply df wheat inv'Eur6pte,'a.mo*,mts to  80;240,000 bdsihels aeainst- 75J.592.000  bushels last week thus'" showing an  increj-se of 648.000 bushels. Last  year there, was'.an increase of 3(10,00!)  bushels wh������n the ���������total amounted to  76.000,000 bushels. ��������� The .world's  vifable supply accord'ng to Brad-  streets only decreased 295,000 biisfn-  pls eomnnred to a decrease last year  of 776.000 bushels. ' The total  world's visible is now 202314.000 bu*.  bushels last year, a.nd in, detail are as,  follows: ��������� '   .-"  America .  Russia ..  Danube .. ;  Argentine  India.. .,  Austral" a  This W������ek  .  ...3.928.000  .....    98_0l'0  ,.  ...    272,000  5,024,000       792,000  .1,880,000  Austria-Hungary nil.  Chill & -N.   Africa   64,000  Last Wpe-k'  4824.000  ���������l.'SO'VOOO  1.008.000-  5468.000  ���������1.36,000  2,024.000  16,000  -   16,000  German Repeals Anti-Jesuit Law  Berlin'.���������The Reichstag adopted by  a majority made up of clericals, socialists, ahd three radicals, the measure repealing the antl-jesult law. Jt  is   considered   most   Improbable  that  work*o_"^ SWirGuw^ ������oncur   wlUl    the  at an early date, and to avoid the in-1 Reich stag in its action.  convenience and expanse-of bringing '  the necessary majteriials over tho C.P.  R.      Although the Lonsi-ructlon from  Be Prepared to learn  London.���������Tho Times has a letter  from tbo Women's Clirlatlan Associn-  tlon of Saskatoon, pointing out Im reply to a recent appeal for crtucatcd  ���������women Imnilnrnnts to go west, l.h:i;  they must go with nn opon mind and  be prepared to learn, Tho Bishop of  Winchester's recent appeal scorned lo  ihow a condosoeiiidliig attMudo lowiinhi  wctttern Canada. , The present will-  oro Btato that CnnaiUi Is not an lrreilg.  lone and uncivil laud country, but is  striving earnestly to attain the high-  ������*t Ulrtnls.  600 Lino to Operato Throuflh Cardston'  Cardston, Alia.���������The announcement  of the coming of tho Soo Lino to  'Cardston l.n tho nenr future Ih lu'thlg  ma. do'ildod stimulus to local buslnoiiM  conditions, and real ostato nifii nrri;  prcpurlng for an actlvo Spring mnrkot,  The Boo Lino <h:\n hnd nix locntlni-  crowfl In th* field for iiiotiIIih pii"(,  thoiM* now having worked far west, Into  Montana whore an oriornioim territory  will bo npnned up for direct connect-  ���������Jon with tlio Twin Cltlca. It Ih the  Intention to strike tho Crow's Nest  Lino of tho Canadian Pacific near Ibir-  wla, Alberta. This uienna thttt the  new lino will enter Alhorla at n  nn-lnt. nine mllon vroni of CoHt-tn.  wlicnao It will run directly to Card-  trion,  U.S.  4inrt Prance  \VauhiiiKlon.���������TJie Honato raiUAcd  n. aupploinenuiry treaty with FiJince,  extending to 1908 tlio operation of tho  lir**-ent arbitration treaty between that  ..  ,\ 4 ., .. .    . 4   .     ..     r. . ������  ���������,..,..,..    ......     ....        KS..I. ..    ���������.-,������-.' .'-I-.1-4     1.1 ..'.H.^  wHtfli fnrnlfi'n nntlnnn. covcHrif mini-  t-ry refjiilttiflon-a for Uie bandllu*: of  ���������pld-MuIco, hiicIi n������ plague, yellow  iavtu.- iuid cluiltua, wim also mtJUcd.  Watrous will go right ahead, It is cal  dilated that according to tho new  plans the steel can he laid into Swift  Current at least twelve months ahead,  of the other line, after which it will  bo possible to work both ways. The  present expectation is that the G.T.  P. will be ln Swift Current by. the  end of this year. *  GRAIN  GROWERS CO. GOES  FOR LUMBERING  IN  Winnipeg Concern Purchases Timber  ; Limits Near* Fort George B.C.  /Winnipeg.���������A transaction that promises to hnvo very far reaching of-  fects was consiinumittod a fow days  arvo, wh-pro'hy tho Grain Growers' Grain  Company purchased timber limits  near Fort George, 13.0., comprising  about. 300,000,000 foot of. lumber, at u  price about $1.50 per thousand foot.  II. is'naid to be tho Intrtitkm of tbo  grain Krowcni lo hold this as a re-  smrvo supply wKh the Idea of establishing lumber yards nt. dlft'orona  poluti* l.n the province for iho purposo  4 supplying farmers and settlers with  lumber nt, roanqnablo.prices.  B>;tlsh Naval Ue-igiie Extendo Thanks  tO'Cnn-idt-i /,  London.���������At, a mof'tlng of tho Navy  League a resolution wnm passed cordially congratulating the Canadian government and tlfo Malay SLu'oh for  thoir public spirited contributions to  tho empire's neoiln and thanking tho  peoples of . both conn trios for thoir  loynl'y. '  Tho league rejrr'Mted the failluro of  Ihe admlrnlly lo I'ulllll Its evprcHHrd Intention of miilritfilnlng tho sixty per  cent, margin of superiority ovor Germany and oallod upon tlie government  to nocuro the laying down of tvlx ships  thin year over nnd abovo J hose granted by tbo dominions.  Regrets U.S.  Bill  Home.���������Then* 'Iiiim' hoe-n /��������� mi" Id oral) lo picso coinmonl, bore on tlie subject of the nurueU-Dllllnghum Innril-  nnu:,iim hill, the clause--, of which  c.fliiHod n painful Lmpresnloii. Tho  Tbo fllornnlo I'i'llnlln rel'errvd lo the  propound  lonlHlatlon as an offonco to  lllllllil.ll    UlOLIH.l IKIOll. II.   IIUtllKI      lllllt.  A  ���������- -I f. V tr.; I\     f.\ I I.. r  .. .,      ...... 1   1 1. ..    .    . I  the Unit to regret tho piis-wigo of I he  bill, owIuk to Itji eoniiooueiicoH on tho  labor markot ln l__c United States.  London. ��������� Marylehone guardians  have under consideration a proposal  that a Band of Hope shall he estnh-  ltshed among the workhouse inmates  for tho onoourngpment of temperance.  THE MARKET REPOR  Weekly Grain Letter Supplied by  Thompso.i, Sons & Co., Grain Merchants, Winnipeg.  Winnipeg, Feb. 18.���������Trading during tihe week leaves prices a turn lower witn tihe undertone -steady', in tne  earlier part ol the weeK there was  con-iaerabJe weakness due to favorable weanaer ovtj- fave _x-te_ Deaths  winter wheat belt, rains in "Indira and  poor export - demand'. Later there  ..itd reu.-t.un on n._a-r .caoies and reports that weather was too ary in  Kansas and Missouri. It is a little  premature to talk of dry weather in  tae^e parts but it is gettisag'on to the  time when reports of this kind will  be looked for by wheat traders and  will 'have their effect on the. markets.  'rhe Modern Miller in their latest  crop review says the greatest part of  the winter wheat helt is in excellent  Ccn-ditlon but there, are .farmers' who  claim damiage to the \viieat .by the  absence of ������now during , the hard  frosts and in some dry. sections  the  plant is , not^'lookinig' healthy.  L'he  wheat : sections of., the'/Noirthwesitern  Pacific States"-have received heavy  snowfalls, amply protecting the crop'  ag-lmtst '-severe- weather'���������:' Por.ed'gn  crop news continue mainly favorable. The crop in India is,expected  to be a normal c-ao^as lately: there has  been splendid rains where moisture  was 'needed. Speaking    generally  the wheat situation remains dull and  featureless and is apparently waiting  for something' to develop to get. iit-  self out of tihe present rut. It is  pleasing to note.--however that Europe continues*to:- absorb- the- i'-icreats-  Ing world's shipments without apparent effort or,effect on prices. There  is a question In the minds' of some  whp'ther this huylng is for actual  needs or-is thn laying in of stocks  on a chance that there will bo further  ���������",- Total Bus. y 12,944,000 14.800.000  The^Winnipeg market for t.be most  part-has been stronger than the  other markets although trad'ng in fu-.  tures has Closely followed the'fluctua-'  tions -I i-n the -United States ��������� markets.  Futures, have closed a shade lower  for the week but cash prices show a  slight advance?? Eyeii should:futures  stand, still, >? cash prices , will',  advance as the opening of navigation  approaches and buyers have the less  storage, to pay. Receipt during the  last fe wdays have been on the increase and what has been offered fbr  sale has found ready buyers. .Today's cash pTices are 1 Northern,  84V. c; 2 Northern, 81 V_c^'3-Northern,  7Sfe No. 4/ 73%c; No. 5, 6_*%c;  No. 6, 63c; Feed, 53c; 1 Alberta Red  Winter, 85%c; 2 A.R.W.. 82%c: 3  A.R.W., 19V2c; Futures closed May.  88c; July, 89%c. --?  Oats-���������  Receipts? continue liberal and 'While  the market has been quiet values jure  VaO. to -������c. higher. Today's c'osinsr  er'ces fre^No. 2 C.W. oats? .'i3e: 3  C.-W..-30-Vtic; -extra 1 fe^d,:22c; 1 feed  30%c; 2 feed. 27%cr Futures-closed  May,, 36c, July,. B6~/bC  Barley��������� Y:' :':'Z'.^ ;��������� ������������������'  The demand for barley is moderate, the higher grsd-63 are unch^-tsged,  buft the feed grades are-'-ty'c-..-.'lower.  To-day's prices are'No. '3. 4.7%c:.,No.  4. 4_^c; Rejected; 40c; F.eed,-.-39c.'."���������'  Flax��������� '���������'.:;:?���������' ?-/';���������'?.  Early in the. week prices were- considerably lower but thf re- hais been  pome recovery durlne* .-the] lost two  days.. . 'To-d^v's'' closing valuer aire  1. N.W.C.? 114^c: 2 fV.'W.'. lllUc.  Fiitii-res' closed .May,, 118%c; July,  11-9-^c'.'"-'   "���������,; V'V-.- :.;���������'���������'���������'-'��������� '������������������ ? [..'",  '    ' ' ���������'[  All nrices.-.���������oMo'tco! ..^hov-e- '���������*.���������������������������������, for J.t������  cforo Fort Wiill_.m, Port Arthur and  Duluth,  fmmmmm   f .'fli���������l*f."fj*i.'������*;rf ff *f'"j ijfi���������Iff?? sr='''*f !fJ;i"*i."J,*f ?**-'?��������� -J:  lillllPi''  liipl-   "���������-��������������������������� -i' ���������������������������:��������� i r ii-.,, ,..:..- ���������    ���������,J_'_ . < v-u.' .    .......   ���������-. _.        NV-W   ^jW"**?      *J������iih������!lH������ ..'     :.: I ���������  .1'  . ..I ..'...nhi.l.. ;-  "i*#aiiS'm -"" -  ifiii  Z'" J ���������'"--"��������� y!kf������!SM";  .' , Panama Canal  London.���������At a meeting of,"the Roy-  ay Statistical Society. Prof. Lincoln  Hutchinson read a paper'c_ The Panama'Canal, and' Cp:mne*itlo-n "T^r Trad".  He' said that in countries which would  he served hy the canal trade has bten  tnore and more concentrated in the  hands pf Great Britain, the United  States and Germany.  ���������The widespread knowledge of the  excellence of British good, the' reputation of Brltf.sih traders for square  dealing, Hie''supremacy'of the: British  meroani'-Ile marine and oMip-i* factors?  ho, said had evaoorated strongly in  faijor of Groat'Britain. This strength  however had led to certain, weak-*k*������ih  ton cons'-",viitl������;m of method ,'\nd to  over cn-nfldonco ��������� In tho lnertobiliity  of eonthui?d sncce-^is.  On the whole, the German nnd Am-  orle.ji.u nttiick unon the markets which  would be served by the eanal hnd met  wi tli' some F-neccsf" ��������� Tho fact, that  the TT nl ted SI ales. Ill svitn of serious  handicaps, bad more than hold Its own  in competition, nolnted to an imnort-  ant advance. Wh^n tbp c*''t?1 l������ tn  full operation it wno flell'-eyjdep* 1'ffi't  America will uiKiiieFiM.oiuibl-v, , *i<������rlv<->  greater benefits thorofrnrt In' the Increased ncnewfllh-IUty of ihe ���������inurlfutH  than any European country.  Scott Subscriptions Slow  London'.���������J.' M: Bavrlo uppeaiN  tiirougii tho nowspii'pora tor a better re-  fjpoiiHe for tho subscription to pay tho  outstanding liabilities incurred by'Captain Sco-Iit ln his polur oxpedltlbn".  Mr. BarHe a-im'i-ts tlmt Lord (birr/.  on'u t*-.',tlnv.;tc cf SlM.Otti) a.s iiocuno.uy  to pay Captain Scott's obligation*-, Js  incorrect, anil that sixty thousand' dollars will cover them. Tlio hIowiiohs of  tlu* public Huhtiurlpflou .Mr. l*urrk- tie-  Ui-vt .; I.-' dtu.- hi Ilu- fad. i]i;i'. Hi.- ji, a-  pie are awal-t'lTig to sno what actldii the  govcriunent may tako.  :,.The devil would not .be sjow to'tell  him how foolish he had been m-tui?ii-  4ng his back upon the goo-s of Sod-  ,om, therefore the Lord's:Yr-'ram thy  '���������exceeding-.'.gi'eat:reward. .It is our  privilege to find our all in God and:to  remember; Ps. ixxxiv, 11.' Abram  seems to waver concerning the promised seed and- to. think that-. .-Eliezer  might be his heir, but the Lord assured him that His own child would  be his heir and directing him, to-look  u p at th e stars, said: S o shall thy; seed /  be (verse 5). yhen we have ior.tiihe  first time two other words:.'.believed,  and righteousness (verse 6), and this  .iraGS '.in. the  Gal. iii,  hteousnesa necessary to enable us. to stand before  God has- been provided by- Him in  Christ, and nothing short of that perfect righteousness, will answer. ������������������* It  becomes ours when we say am en to  God and heartily accept that -which  He has provided, but many prefer their  own way,..as Cain did., like those described in Rom. x, 3, 4.  This verse 6 in our lesson is literally: Ab'raxn ameiied Jehovah, and this  sihould be. our attitude ro. God ^Iw^v-s  ���������perfect .accord with Hiiri'. See the  comment jn iRora. iv. 1-12. and note  carefully that the' only way is by afith  without - any wbjrks'of burs.:--  : The.worksv-coi^ie, afterward a������ an  evidence .--of our faith, but both in salvation and im service, the Lord does  all. for it is God who wbrketh,' and  the principle holds at all times and in  all things. Excerpt the Lord build  the house? they labor Ih vain that ,  build it  (Ps.  exxv-.'l).  In answer to Abram's question.  Lord God, whereby shall. ��������� I - know?  Averse 8), which sounds like* anything  but faith after he had been so plainly  told, he is directed to a reprgsepta-  tion.of all sacrifice (verse 9) m Ail  true sacrifice from Gen. iii, 21?onward  points to the great sacrifice of the--  Son of God on Golgotha, and it is because of that God does all things for  us;���������:���������'.??...Sl-n. must be dealt with, and  God- dealt?with sin oh the cross, and  (hot haying spared: His own :Son.-'He  nbw gives us in Hiih all things freely  ���������(Rbiaa;  viii, 32>. Y ?' -'ti;,^ ...;,-.  From the stafcementin verse. 11 eon-,  oerning Abr_m^keepirig the birds' away  from .the sacrifice we are led to think ^  of ��������� Matt. -'-'..-xi-������������������; ^;19,. where the fowls"  represent: the wicked one? He hates  the sacri^ceof Christ and will do? his  _t_iost to keep us froni trusting <in It  or behefifcing by it.. We .nKist per������  sistently resist him that he may? flee  from us ?(Jas. iv, 7) .How "can we  know?.our sins are forgiven or that  we shall inherit the kingdom and the  ���������glory? .'Let your heart reply because  the SonYof* God loved me and 'gave  Himself for. me. (Gal. il, 20), and I  put all my trust in-His great' sacrifice  for uiy sime iand heartily receive Him  as my: Saviour.    :    Z.     ,:>???  Abram was told that his; descend*  ants would be afflicted'in? a,'st-range  land for 400 years and then delivered  (verses 13, 14), See the literal fulfillment of thlein Ex. xtl. 40. 41. and  compare another, literal fulfilment of  a prediction in KLngs xiii, 2; 11 Kings,  xxill, 15-17.  Abram's posterity had to wait till  tho iniquity of the Amorltes bocamo  full (verse 16). and the reason why  the Lord Jesus does not return to set  up His kingdom of peace and right-,  eousness on this ear tli is because the  world is not yet bad enough? Iniquity  must conic to a head in the person ot  the antichrist. - The ' smoking* fhrnncQ  and the burning Jamp of verso 17 suggest the presence, of the Loi'd with  thom In their' ''afflictions. Tn all  their affliction He was afflicted/ and  the angel of His presence s.aved them.  Chapter xvi tells of Sim-i'-* suggestion, which was not. of God, .but to  which Abram listened, and consequent'  ly had no new revelation fiv.,m.'God.  for thirteen years. Compare xv1, 10,  and wil, 1. Yet. here we hrvo, Ihrv  first angel idory In the llilile, ���������'. tho  name of the first man who ws men-  tinned by li-iioe bel'or;- bo was born,  the boiulll'iil and comforting words,-  Thou Gn-d ������er>Pt me, and the nim^  given to the well, tho well of 1-Ilm'that  llvotb and seeth mo.'  The fii'n or man nhvavs soompi to  mnke moro mini if est the trracq of Cod,  In chapter xvil, 1, wo find God re veil.  Ing Hlmnolf lo'Abram as Ml-shadd-ii,  (ho Aimighty God, the Mighty ��������� God,  who In all fuimcicnt, and the exhortu������  tlon .to. walk before God and be ain-  ceie. in xvii, fi. Abram's nnmo im  ohanned to Abraham, Jehovah putting  the vu'lnidpal letter of his own nriinij  In Abram's name. ' Sarnl's namo lt\  also chimifcd  to Sarah,  lind Iaaao  la  tvtr.til Innml    hv    nrilli"    li--f/_\.-..    1.1^    I;!*:',";*  (xvli, in-19).' CircumclHlon is glvon  iti* a yeai of the; faith which Abranj  had, yet bolng uneirciimclfiod.  VJt.iiicn   A.''--   Hiiilil   to   'rluiiii.i,[cnd   as  The Men do Now  Ottawa.--The Minister of tho Interior Ih being overwhelmed with pell*  llonn, resolutions, and lettcrn from all  IcimlH al" w^finen's orivnnl'/atlona in the  wev-i ranging from miffragettea to  mot-horn' elubii, a.sklng tlv.i women'In*  IMtlNCE ATjDISRT,  WHO HAS JUS'l  YTAItTlCL   ON   FIRST  CRUIBL  I'rinco Albert, tho king of JOugliuiiru  ..K.V,0)..I     l,UH,     .llll/,n i.l ii      n,i,-  u.ij,      wii.il  nlxty-llve other navnl cadets, in tho  crnlaor Cuniberland t'or tho Canary  island** aud n thioo montli'ti crulao In  tha WeHt Indian, lo bo followed by  ubout two iiioiitiiH in ine IMt'dltcrran-  eilll. I'rlili*.'   AMi-rl     whe   ������-,*������   ..,<rri  In JM9&, entered Die Naval Collem.' et  ���������Juumi nr,   t-ji.it: I i.v   linn    )i'iiin   i'li" ���������    ll"  romiiiiiei] there two year:'., afterward  completing two uiorn yeuru' Lriiiiiln;;  nt Diirtiniiiilb.  Honor Tltinlc Mere  Wauhlngton.���������President   Taft    will  prj'wont  -to   Captain   Hostron   on   tlu-  afternoon of March 1hI  at.the Wlifn-  Holme, tho gold;- Congi'OHS'lnnal medal I i-lven the rltdit tn' tnV" up b.om ���������:���������!?,.,..,  awarded hint for bis hemic nervlrer,{ tm t-he hiutio IxihIs a-3 men. Tbe w.  as commander of the Citmird , l'ner i-jim'-ft* of (be women nr-.* al.-o backed  "Cr.rpathla," In ^..viiiii I.mj ;,.i. . 1,v;i..i ,i|i iiv Jin- ht.Hni* m mut<< In imnirt  of tbo Tltunlo. hK'iiKtliVs.      Owing to the pro-sure or   !,:!'!ne-;s    If.    if.    J..*ih:fu!    If   .-i;,,;j,u,^  \u Allowed In I will   bo dono In  tlila  rouard  thLs hoh-  Now York,���������lOdward 1<\  Myllus. the] ������!������'���������-  I l'"nRllull  JoiimallMt convicted  of libel-1  III,,.    KM...4   (*f*ir.;.   \'       ,-"    I"1.    ,  ,        ��������� .......   ..,,,,.., ,,,,.,���������.       i.i.iuhi.i  c jui-  detained  hy  thn Ininilcrnl'ioii  unilioi-l-1 narnMotn urn iwlrv -nui-n  (.-,i,-.^ ....-  1.1 en at I'.iliH inland r-ccolvcil permlanlon  from Federal Jud-gc Cox lo uiv'.^r tin-  (IiiIIihI 8lnh-H. .ludKH Cox HiiHl:ihn-.i  a writ, uf bnlien-i enrpii!j.  for the eiihutulniiient of deh-gate.s i'op  Uk> o<inlt������i.l.^liMw.iu Ai,^\jcial.ii.ni uT Rural  Mu'iic-lpnlltleri wpieh inecta Jjoit.  March  U  (������. uud 7. ,  msmsm***  um _,Li-S  ���������fil^'-'r:  il  rfe������Hr'  ^-1*:..:,-.  ^���������"JfH*!  _  .... -   .     aiwM.rr__inr_-_--*n-^-igwT_-rii-*T���������nn n���������w���������Trrrmrr^���������"'^'^^^^1  '^#*$*)fz&^^  _������-!__-���������.  ���������^���������^s^-i*j^V^cS5iJW  iYv!J.!  pr;  "li''. ���������  ���������A���������>  THE   GHEgXgJ_i.   &j_ y La w,    ,UKaSti'ijr*j,    B. 0*  .-*,>-������������������������������������"������������������������������������������ w������ m*m  Vi;.  4 7sa^^-*S8i--r _*M-a-Wa-a*t2_S7 _s������---___--_---igg^  -1  1 _Tl2   83   L  SWHWBB-WM  %-������_^SL  ___���������B_fl       ������������������1BPHt {     *     j^;  g^u^yr^.^^ ^a-_-_3������_33S_-_ -BM_a������*.a-*g_---*r---Ba^^  _*���������������>.   >���������=*   .���������^ 9 i������   --**���������������������������   ������������������*���������***������* ���������*���������*���������'���������*���������������������������. -ff������ ir^m <d_  ���������.���������J.iil.'u-ttljlig���������������  ii.-a-ivi_,  No matter on what  appears, the E. D- S- canned vegetables  rifTt/4  A  i&x etf  ���������1  V-  %?.  rial order will ^flvm"ft  \pt\mf A  iii ^V  you.  SSL,3-_ /t-Ef  ^BC**j>SSBr   ,_tm  ������-7  MERCHANT  By for Cash and receive your FIVE percent discount at our Store  ri*>!**m*r*Ks*L9fm*^  *3hu*j������>  '���������'(.vr.'CB is he'rebv _iven thnt wil tax  *������ for the year 101t$ for properties Bituit.  ���������it tho Nels.m   Assess-eiuot. Distriot  l'������  now due and p.iynbl-* at. my office iu 11  Court Uons"-, City of Nt-lso**,  And moreover takti u-'.-tiee the pnbli-  \ cation of this uuti^e U  deemed  fquivi-  lent t> b persoual dam<iud by   tbe Ool-  leetoj of all taxes due  and pnyable   ly  persons liable to pay the same.  Stephen H. Hoskina,  i Collector,  Nelson Assessment Listrlot  Dated at Nelson, B. O.,  this 2ud day of January, 1011  i-Srssica Wmz & Spirit* vo. \  RP^H9���������JK���������3t_Mfl_  ...������- >./p������fnn Parhp._ Xllfin 'l  SS       mr   ml     ^m ������������������-     m mm      ��������� ������������������    ���������     ���������   ��������� ��������� jg j  Church Notices  *m*mi ***mm*m**mmm. ****&*"-���������>���������  H1LL1ARDS AND POOL, HOT OR COLD  BATHS, CIGARS, CIGA-R-TITL-S AND  CONFECTIONS. RAZORS     GROUND  AND ������E   -  mtamtrmmtm mt'" i������*j������",a|,������.*"J**������".i'rw*  Q i\kfi f~~* ATETIiri   n  Prnp  METHODIST CHURCH  u'l'v-ietw will be lu'Ul every Sunday as  follows:  MorniiiK - - 11:00 a. in  Evening   - - -       7-ISO p. ui.  Sabbath School H:JU p. ni.  Wm  are   welcoim*   to   lurry   with us  Kifd Ij. Carpeutei*  Pastor  I'l-KSBYTlSltlAN    ������_llUROH  ���������** 9t m^ !*K3 g^   I-  ._ Bbbol   ���������^^'S^T'^S^SSS  *m00 ^������^-        ���������m-      -^      ~  8^= NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT.  ������onf!^������ct t@ His Horn������ for W@������ks.  Service every  Sunday   at   11 a. ni,  sas-_-_a_B___is3____Sr!^ aud 7:30 p in  Sabbath School sit2"..'-*tl p. tn.  Adult Bible Class at close of evening service.  W. G. Blakk  ������ Minister  severe smd I "was of  pbysiciiia tola rae aa  J tried several &peciii.io,  Mv ramily  ������-.*_J 4    4*"  Kennedy, as ne had U-ien treatraeat fru^s the=i hir-.scif a=d kcetv  they wero square aad skiUfuL I **Tota thc-i aad got Tc_ Jfrw  Method TaEATaENT. My progress-was somev.-hat slo-.v aad during  the fiwfc laonth's trcat_wn������ I i������s_ uo-tewiiat ciscouraccd. However.  I continued treatment for three mon*:_s W-^r aai *n-as regarded  ���������with a complete cure. Icou!donly earn Sl-a"ft"eck i-.i n. macbin������  shop before treat*���������eat, now 1 am earning ?"-l and sever loose a day.  I wish all 3Uffersr3to���������>wo������ your vaXuabi������ treatme_t.    HAS  Y������U-g  SI.OOS   SEEIi   DISEASED?  BLOOD POISONS are the most pre������_-at and saost serions diseases. Tbey sap tlio  very Itto blood oi tbe **/ict__ and -Was-eati-Siy eradicated Ircra the s-,"stera \rill causo  serious complications. Beware o* Mercury. 3t_iaysupj-e_ithe Sj-japtcias���������'"'S���������  METHOD' cures ail faiood diseases.  CHUKCH OF ENGLAND  Christ Church  3dar.   3 s:i  (4 h Sunday in Lent. )  *i.j^*.rjg Lit^nTT !6ernion XI a vet.  USH MAGH1HEBY  IQraRTJi!LLJOflH  To    Erect     Concentrator  and Electric Plant  |.At Mine  The fust of Inst- week several oar  louls of machinery for tho new convent  rat or of ihe Iduh >-Cuutinental mine ������������  ���������ort Hi 1, wero received.   It is   sta'c'.  hat more machinery is tu 'uliovs* isocu  md t-biit fill >vork in the toino- is to  be suspended uutil the machinery for  the new concentrator, air compressor  tud  electric  power   plant��������� ousting in  he neigbburhood of *$ 300,000 ��������� ih  u.stulled. It is estimnted that uetrween  4 800,000 and $900 000 worth of ore n*  uow  blocked ont in   the mine.  FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL  "it makes uo difference whnt you figure oa  planting   this  season���������we  can  supply  you.  I-   nnd ivitli tho ttuest qunllty of nursery stock  over grown.  _ .     AU  trees,   plunts.   vine-?,   berries,   Bhrubs,  I   evergreens, roses, etc., sold by us nre guar-  teed  TK.IIK TO NAME  It will nny you to got In touch with ns.  ,.   -VERY "PLANTER NEEDS OUR BOOK���������  LANDSCA.Pg OARDENSMO  Qc   WHAT TO PLANT" x  32 PAGES,       ?OtCSTAMPS)  ERASER  ���������^L*r_B-. I ."  URSERSESLt!)  RICHARD M-COMB^OEHlrtGRj  SOX. A. ALDERGROVE,B.C.  Get your Winesf Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars, Pouches,  Pi   s, etc, at the ti  Srerioa M\m. & spirit Co  i  t  ���������-s.(<  x>te> g  ������ros^  x. .  t>: \  PEOSOREE BMffiEEB'?  PLilS  1  Jan.es Compton, Agent  Hardy Northern srrown stock pf the  following varieties;  Senator Dunlap; Parsons  Beawty; QSen Mary; War������  I field; Clyde; Clarks Seed-  Sing and Helen Davis.  TO FUR SHIPPERS  Thn meat aci-unvto, reliable and ouly Market lteport  ar.d 1'tlco List, of Its kind published.  Maileil  PRK1".   to  tlioso  interosteil  in. ljaw Fure  SEND US Y*X.'R NAME ON A POSTAL���������TSDAV  It's not a 'i'mpper's G.iulo, imt a publication l.isuod  evar/ two ivi-rt*K, 'ivlilcli K-ivci yon reports of ivhat la  duintfin ull tliu Markets of t'.io WorM-ln American  Raw Furs. This Information Is Worth iilmuiwla of  dall:irs to ymi.  Write far It���������NOW���������IT'S SRBB  A.  B.  SHUBERT  The Largesi House In the World Oea'lng exclusively in  Asnerican Raw Furs  28-27 W. Kishlgan St., Dept. ';*! CHICAGO, UL., U.S.A.  Price $10.00 per thousand, Express  charges prepaid. 10 percent discount  it' oreered and paid for before March  20th.  Hosirad  Wigen  uw   <���������   -  Ericsson School House  Sunday School  , Evensonir, Sermon  3 p. m  3 p. ni.  7 p. m.  Electric Restorer for Men  Phncinlinnol restores every nerve in tho body  vim aud vitality. Premature decay tind all sexual  _ Co.. * f,.������ ���������~ ���������.;���������- ������������������ f^���������������i,. ������   wo   weakness  averted at once.    Fhosp-oooi -will  ~~u.i ...k ,-������. (,r,v,.��������� ..u .j.- v .v, \y~   mate you a now man.   Fricc So ft box. ortwp ror  ..       .    .   ... -'     ���������   r.;._ ������6.   Mailed to any address.   _he SoobeU ������_������<  nay tho  freight.    O  C. S co.,St.Catti_rines, On*.  &  _-  $?  "SX.      ������_u.  1  13   "���������������._  .s  5,ooo Facts of Canada  i  Philip O. Hayman    (Vicar)  AND ORNAflENTALS  __  fA,  ���������T&  i/UA     -,-*! 4-t <  down  ���������vi  Free.  No matter *who hatt treated you, ���������write for en korest ep:i   Book* Free���������"Boyhood, Manbood,ra������h^hood."   (Ulustmtod) oa diseases oi 2Ien.  NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRrrTEN CONSENT.. PSP/ATE. No name* es  &sses er c=v=-p=s. S������������ry*l������it������������ C������S-deati_U QnMtiaa Ltst and Cost of Treataisnt  FK������������FORHOft&TR������ATl--n'.  mm. mm ^m.     M _n__B_-[-k. _I93S  !T*^iCE-Sfi������  Cofe Mkhl^n Ave. and Griswold St, Detroit, Mich.  -___U__Mte M i-T I _* _T A1-* ^etter3 i���������*n- Canada must be addressed  WBUmtsi'*^^ B S^w to our Canadian Correspondence Dcpart-  !i������,lll*4fl ta____--_BBSB-asS ment in Windsor, Ont. If you desire to  aee us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit a3 we see and treat  ao patient* in our "Windsor offices -which are for Correspondence and  Laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters as follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windier, Out.  Wrlto far oar private nddrcaii.  .V/.,4.'������41||;J|'1v,.iy  t$*tti\ ���������**i������>ttp.iw.,'i  ���������A i-'\'i> rf' ovr>>i-w>-*.V������'4''**(**wW*^^  _f7_*j-i_> 4-A.xm    QA fS^Jm   ~.  Siipptp Co.  v -  Sufomobiks  FORD OAKLAND  MASSE Y-H ARRIS  Non better.    We guarantee  tbem.  The RiwGrsitie Nurseries  Comprising 125 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.   Pears  PHums  APPL  Peaches  Cherries  GUARANTEED HOMEGROWN  Cellared���������Roots in earth, uo dauger of winter killiug  "We cau hold j'our trade."  Established lOOObythe HON. MARTIN BURRELL.  ! Minister of Agriculture  > ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  | For OtitiiloKUO and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Ageut. Creston, B. C.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WA-KEK. C.V.O.. LL.I)., D.C.L.. Prcnidcnt  ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD  G������*������sral Manni'eir AHiiUtunt Ccncrul Mmiuctr  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  BANKING BY MAIL  Accounts may Le opened ������*t every branch of The Canadian  Hanlc -of Comnrscrcc to he operated hy mail, nnd will receive lhe  name careful attention as is given lo all other departments of the  Hank's business. Money may be deposited ov withdrawn in this  ���������way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank. ViA  IVrcv B. Powler. Manager creston -i-m-cl.  ������as Engines  STICKNKY  The Best  We    also  handle   cheaper  grades.  The   public will   welcome   the 1913  Edition of '-5000 Facts Abunt C.inadM,'  compiled by Frank Yvigh, the ackuow  ledged authority ua things Oinadiau u: d  ��������� he author of  "Throngh the Heart oi  -anda." Ten thousand copies are now  sold Himually, which find  their *ay al.  over Canada and the Empire,  indeed  the world. fiL-L  "The Facts booklet is stuffed bb fail  ot information ab a sausage ia of meat,'  is the happy and true way an English  ���������Journal puts   it, and  the new issue,  which includes many new features an_  improvements, such as a colored map oi  che Dominion, presents a Birilring story  of the wonderful advance of Canada in  a 8-igle year. The booklet is issued ut  ^5 cents a copy, by the Cuuadiau Facts  fab. Co, 588 Huron Street, Toronto,  ^nd ie sold by aU tho leuaing news*  auulurs.   ,. J ffe-trTAr*" ra *rtr_  uiu.ir.am  ������ii  '���������rt  BT?Btff%_,_-_l'JTiffc  mm m,  VER   ON, B. C.  ���������  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name. We carry all fhe leading varieties most  suited to this district. Our speeialt}- is budded stock  on three-year-old whole roots.  X       For feirther particulars apply to our local Agent.  ���������  ^ J. Biinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C. +  -,i'.'j������-lR!ll������ir.-*:������Sj*.i  yy'j.'.ri.-.-'w-iy������V!a'.,iii*;.���������������^wi^^rr^ msmmiWMvSt', 'ttt'r 'iljPfi j*ht*^lt*iiYl*Wi*i tow  jpuiups  A puuip for   every   purpose.  Gasoline  The highest test  for less  money than compeditors.  ������il6 and Ureases  A full  stogie of   oils  aud  greases 'alway-s ou hand.  m*t ~mmmmmmmm*mm*mm*mm*mmi>*mm^ tt  ���������������r$$ton JSsito &  iy mmmfr yjgr m jp      -mm* ���������* **  m������i  ���������V'  W. S. mmu M&w  Meant  Nothing  Personal.  "When you try to help other people  such puzzling things happen," said a  pretty young charities investigator to  a newspaper man, and from her subsequent remarlcs he j-athorod that  what did happen wns this: The woll  meaning girl was trying to find out  why the poor man vvas idle. "Can't  you find workp" sho ventured nym-  pathetically. "Sure, misa, any day 1  want it." "Well, why aren't you  worldiig to-ilay, thon. inatcad of Bitting in the house doing nothingP" "I  didn't feel good to-day. You know  how il is, lady, whon you've been  drunk a week." And tho young wo,,  man ia still wondering what he could  have meant by thai,.  Long LlVod, Icolandoro.  Ib would he intoi-'.-v.lhii'- Lo know 1[  any pnH of the world bents Icrdand  i:   the  avorngc  length of life of its  inhabitants.   On an average tho poo- , ���������  pie of that island llvo lo Uio ago of i yt^  I 01.8 yenra. which In very nearly dou- ' "'  I I)iti tho moan duration of human life '  ��������� na it was comput'-d a generation ago. i ti  Sweden and Norwny nro regitrded aa , m  very  hoaltliy   counlrio.s,  but  Iceland    j  li.kc:* the ������iulrii Iii 1 r.ij*:fvi 1 y, Iho rn'-.'in    '"J,  duration of life in Sweden being fiO.02  yd  years and in Norwny 40.01 years. ;,]  ! Mme. de Stacl _ Roply. / v'  Mme. de Stacl ifl roRpoiiriibio for a  contribution to the womnn suffrage  queetlon which mny int^re^t those  ���������vYin hnvo done nnd unfforrd fnr thi������  oniiHO. "I havs no tasto," unid Nn- ,,  poleon in talking to hnr. "for women     ,  tl-dlii      W jilt     iiolili  riai  ���������������������������I ^^H _H���������I  Hied from Selected Hard Wheat  WB--S������MiW������KB^  _?>___.  tmBmm3^wiMjiitv:!s;iiKttva:itz&wxii  ���������a  This flour will  in a  i*o..*r--i_wro  -uni,^,:t;Xfr\titi;i;;a������ a ^a o-j^j^.  ud>,_a wwuh.^ji  ���������yr-ffi7f*r-*riM^  "fl      - mft\    ..  I.  ���������*!*���������  M  It  .0  1-0  on account of inditiuH limy nu*jht  at  least to   bo   allowed   to   uudewtand  .     *    .      4 4        1*1  4 l��������� I ..     /"I.   -.41.  .. XI.J  m 14.14141'wi .il ��������� .Ill lHlihl*. 'A  H , V'^t.w.,.*  l_  1  mmmmHmm+mmmmxtimtm****  -K___-_-_--_--a-H___--a-_ii  'I


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