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 ���������semssma  S5SB-  77?  tli  All Roads 3s Bast and West Kootenay Lead'to Creston  -       t    mx &*"  i������������������-_---- -;-t-  ALL THE NEWS  of the CRESTON  DISTRICT  /+fr*t~^*%ll%&*rM  m������ K 1013  -%:  D&BS^ FORI " rj  ���������������������*, r\r\  a     vtjAtos  ���������V*4������vw   n       x x.r*x\i  No.   25,  5th  YfiAR  CRESTON, B.C,    FRIDAY-   MAR. 21, 1913.  Single CopiBsi 5c.  Government   Crew  Now   At ,Wo'rk  ���������few  'Structure���������W  >_���������������_���������        In-���������n'*/\*i-'ai*MO-flT  C   "ijl  _;-  The work of bridging the Canyon at Canyon City, thu  eliminating avo hills of about three quar ers of a mile, in  lenprth Tips now beo-n-n Tin-* o-ove-rni-npiivt has a crew of men  at'yor^: upon the structure and it is thought that the new  road will be ready for traffic in the near future. This bridge  is a long Mt want and, when completed will add greatly to  the improvements-of the city.  The new station at the Canyon is also erected and 1'eady  for travelers, who wish to take the train at that place.   This  will enablepleasure,  seekers   from   Creston   and  vicinity to  ? go to the Canyon oh the noon train   and   enjoy a  couple  of  hours on its banks, and, then return i n the afternoon.  During the past four years the^progress of Canyon City  has been very great, Any person travelling through there  about four years ago, could only see a few,small shacks and'  several crooked logging roads, "where todaj-- there are  good straight roads along which are located many fruit ranchers, each having several acres cleared and planted into  fruit trees, besides good dwelling houses.���������-.���������The mill, which  has been in operation a Utile over three 3-ears is turning out  about 45,000 feet of:lumber ajla^y^ ^     / ?-���������   ���������      ;  BTED HOME  FOB Q01UHUUN  fm**.      AA,!l*'ilkA*'ll  Port Hill Woman Arrested At Nelson���������Returns Home  Itf"! If-C-VT  ������*&*  W5I  LUiiAL  CARD OP THANKS  1. - m   -������A-1 '  : Tlie ladies of tlie W C.'T.U. wish to  thank all the friends who bo kindly  assisted at tho recent contest, They  hope that those who were unsuccessful  Will have coinage to try again another  so valuable.  Apples  nourish the brain  I  jand spinal cord.' They contain phosphorus, albumen sugar, gun), chlorophyll, iimJir acid, gallic acid; vegetable  fibre aud water. They cure gout and  rheumatic dirordor, and exercise a ben-  "ficinl influence on the  liver  and  sto ������������������  Vi..:    mm^.1.,.  What is considered  to  be   about   tlie  "best vaudeville company that has ever  struck Forme, mude  its appearance iu  Grand' Theatre on   Thursday   eveninir  last.   Notwithstanding the tact that,the  visit wa*i unexpected, nnd little time lor  advertising   allowed,  quite a   fair t-izul  audience wi nesed   the   perfromance,  some of whom remaiur.d lor the Bee ud  show    Every turn is above tho   avt-raue  nnd   evoked   unstinted   applause   nnd  laughter. Dave Caston, who ia hilled a.*  *��������� Loudon'b  most   Ijlueeiitrio  Comedian  and Sonr-Rro.v   dancer,"   is a hosi i -  ���������himself, both his face (for  the occasion  only, it ia hoped, for his sake)   and  hit*  _inke-up being liidieron-jly  funny War  ry LuiieiiKl, er  hiin  n  beautiful  tiaii'.otn  voic*-, In addition ti. wl.ieh he  m:ike>i  n  Hcotch comedian   Harvey  O.   Willie i  . quite   versatile.     What  with    t-eleeti'il  . ilOIIKH,   VOIltllJiquiMn,     norbiitil-'t      *'!<<!  ��������� other   a'oomp'ir-'hnmnt*,    ho droops hi-  ���������iiudleiiee wo 1 h-*citi.-iI i (.vied par' nl' n ���������  -evening. Mil;.", W.inon Yah* hai-i u  .���������**.,  ���������voice whioh wart heii/ij   |-,o   good ailv.-n  "ago.   A   HlO'toh.lin 'vieh  < Jailor,   Willi  and Miss Vn'e pAv'ieip.ili-d. '��������� e'M (tie   n,  iHoncie in roues of h-iivlm-i' for over  hai  1111 hour    prl--"*   ���������'���������r'   7o ,'i'id $ 1 00  APi>u.-*s'  will do more, to restore health than  drugs. They agree with most peop.'e  and make delicious lnncheous. with  bread. Apples, plums and pears unite  with the juice bf the'stomach and produce alKauie aarlioimlos, thereby coun-  r.tiiwtin-instead of producing acidity."  For entering Canada by stealth in  company with Nellie Whitney, wife of  a hotehtfjian at "Port Hill, Idaho, a n  octoroon'��������� named Gladstone Carmen  was Wednesday afternoon fined $100.  and costs with three months in jail in  default of payment by Police Magistrate Irvine. A similar charge against  the woman was withdrawn as she  agreed to return home \vith her husband, G. B. Whitney who went in  pursuit of the pair.from the Idaho  town.  Carmen and the woman according to  the charge, entered Canada by stealth  at Ry ok erts. With Mrs. Whitney he  was arrested an hour after arrival at  Nelson by the city police, who acted,  on a wire received by Chief Devitn.  In sentencing Carmen, who pleaded  guilty, the magistrate expressed regret  that he was unable [to order the accused th be whipped for the offense of  breaking up a home by bring Mrs.  Whitney away.  ������������   -1 '* 4*1 .l'l n't-     U-,.im.fm    !.������������'*    :*.l-f.mm...~i-f.,1  -.       ~������*.-._.v        .S������.....������       .X\T4., l.ltC14U^I/CU  Carmen.  The magistrate continued-that?the-  accused was a party to what had happened and turning to the woman asked her what she intended to do. :  '1 intended going hack home," she  said, i      . ���������-   .--.-:.'      Y  "With your husband?" ..-,  "Yes."-   ��������� '  "Theh take my advice and go.:back  with your husband and be true to him  On condition that you promise to be  true, to him the information against  you will not be pressed."  A.C. O'Neill immigration officer.laioV  Lhe informations against the pair.    A.  M. Johnson prosecuted for the federal  immigration department.  Forty years in use, 20 years, the stan-  dard, prescribed and recommended by  physicians. For Wpmana ailments, Dr.  Martei'a Pills, atyonr.draggiat.  -H-  Leonard Mawson left on Thursday  for WeyburnSask. where he expects to  renew old friends and acquaintances  for a few days.  ���������Very best   of   Sanr Kraut   at  the  CashStore.  Hugh Tkylor left on Thursday for  Gull Lake.  ���������Latest styles  in   photos..     Studio  next to Garage.  Arthur Munt, who is spending a while  in Creston left on Wednesday for  Grariti Forks to look after his business  interests.     ....     *  -���������Apple trees for gale, ���������First olass  3 yr roots 1 yr body, home grown.  8 to 4 ft f 10.00 per 100 4 to 6 ft  $14.00 p9r 100. write for catalogue  Grand Forks Frnit & Nuraery Co  bos 325 Grand Forks,  B.  C.  . Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Brown have recently rented their ranch to Mr. J.  Heath and moved to town, where they  expect to reside for awhile.: ).   ���������  '____, at    ������- i..  i  ���������For your Spring pain ting use Bapco  pure paint. For sale in all colors at  Speers.  Miss Vesta Smith intertained a few  friends at a social evening Wednesday  Y SMS  LOO-Iii  Fernie is Visited By Most  Severe Storm of The  Season  On   Monday and Tuesday  of thia  week Fernie   and other towns along  fche Crow's Nest  line were visited by  one of the  heaviest snowstorms  that  have   .beeu   known   there   in recent  years, all traffic along the road waa  blocked. A heavy wind prevailed for  some   time   piling  the show on the  track almost as soon as it could   be  cleared away. Should a period of very  mild weather occur at the present time  the danger of snowslides   would be  very great. ' -  ���������We pay the freight, and if y-m are  night, ^games were the chief endulg-  not 8afcisfled with the  values received  ments of the evening.  ���������For Sale���������Sewing machine, almost  new. Raymond make. A bargain for  cash.   Enquire at this office.  ������������������MMMi       1*   Y  ?Rev. Hayman went to Sirdar Wednesday to hold services at the church  there.-' . ������������������-  The   i*)'''I    id'"-'!   ili'd   n.piili'-i   wi'ri  fnvoriti-. 1'i'uii    '���������' lli,- (;-. :,-  I.s.  i   ul.'in  \  Ih  Oricin of tlio Hoel.  It is said that the heels now worn  on shoes had thdi: origin in Persia,  whore'they took tho form of flat wood  on sandal's to rnii-'.c the foot and pro-  tt'ct thom from the hot sand. It was  many years nitorward that this fashion was introduced, into Venice, but  the reason fov its'' adoption in tins  case is said to havo been quite different. Hero the originator* oi the  fashion wero jealous husbands who  reasoned that their ladies thus equipped would not venture far outside tlie  precincts of thoir dwelling. ThtTse  heels wore called "clogs," and in order to'satisfy thn vanity of tho wearers nnd "���������'���������vl'n.'v? to p\vpe'--<>*- the pill���������  that is, tbo discomfort ol appearing *"���������  tl io in- -they were elaborately adorned,  KOtiiotinie-i hoi in*; inernsfed, with,, gold  and nilv^v. Tho hoislit of tho 'clogs  do.teiiiiiied. the  rank of  the  wearer.  Michel.-.ncclo.  Miclvlnurrolo while painting "Tho  Lrmf .���������Fiu'I'mienl" t'"ll froni his HCiif-  fuld and r^eeivd n 'Miinfnl injury in  Ihi' li--.', lie shut himself up "rid  would net see nny one. Ibieio ,'K.on-  t.i ii i, a re*', eh ni led phyrtielan. cnirie hy  noeidi-iil lo fi'*c hi'n. 11" found all  (he doors elo-i-d. Ko one vo-spo-ndim*,  he went into tho ci'lhir and on tno up*  i.loir.'-. 11-' fi.nnd M'.elu'lnneelo in lii.H  renin. r::iolvcd lo die. .Mis friend th"  ���������"���������hysiii.in would not leavo hint, Tie  hrmi,'.dit hi in out of lhe peculiar  fr.'ini-! of miml into which he had  fu-.k'i).  Micbt Hnvo Boon Bot tor Put.  A  niJsflionnry who   bad   nerved   in  China for t or years piiiiil  what sonic  o'i    them     probably     eoiiH.dore-d   an  Dead towus sometimes have a live piper until the edi.orgrows tired of living  iu a cemetery aud moves to a more progressive community. In all towns where  the people rut, the many grow indiffer  hug to the value and  convenience of a  newspaper in their midst. A newspaper  in a public institution and   its ooIumnB  reflect tbo energy,   eutorprise and progression of tbe district in whioh   it is  published,    Business mon lose by uot  givingthoir local papers a gonorous sup  port.  Iron^Beds with mattress and spring for  $h.       .-?'; '���������'���������;.'���������'"''?"?��������� ''���������?���������.".-���������  Mr. and Airs. T. Mawson who have  been visiting for the last two months  at Weyburn Sask., returned to their  home in Creston on Wednesday, and  on Thuraday   evening were given a  surprise party by a number of their  friends to welcome thern home, Music,  games and dancing were the  amusements of the  evening.   Among those  present were    Mr. and Mrs.   Gilpin.  Mr. and Mrs. Jackson,  Mr.  and Mrs.  Arrowsmith,  Mr. and Mrs. Hobden,  Mrs.    Richardson     and   Miss    Amie  Holme, Mr.J.Smith, Gurturde Gilpin,  Vesta Smith Olive Gilpin, Will Smith,  Frank Smith  and   Hugh  Taylor,   a  most  sociable  and   pleasant evening  was enjoyed by all.  ��������� I have just received a carload of  democrats   buggies   which   are     all  guaranteed, "call and see? them.   H.  S  McCreath.  Stephen HY,Hosfcinso provincial assessor and tax collector at Nelson for  ���������the past three years has been appointed government agent at Hazelton. on  the new Grand Trunk Pacific line and  expects to leave Nelson for the north  ina.bpufe two weelcs.      ?��������� ,:..?, ?Y  ���������Anyone desiring to have Jewelry,  Watches, etc., repaired or crystals put  in watches can have same done at Jac k-  sph _ store. We also have a -fnll line ot  optical gooda. Eyes tested free.  Miss Ansa ������Tageu of Duck Creek  wa������  a CreBton caller Satnaday.  ���������Onr Gold Seal coffee is a winner.  The Cash Store.  Mrs. Livingston, of Vancouver pro-  vioial W. O. T. XT. organizer, was a  Oreston caller aooupleof days last week.  She left on Saturday last for Nelson.  from us, we will pay the freight baok  and refund full amount of ybtir pur*  chase.   CCS.  Ted Mawson, who has been spending  the winter with his parentis, *lr. and  Mrs. Tom Mawson, left on Monday fo_  Weybnrn, Sask , ts resume hia dutiefl  with the International Harvester Company? at that place,  Mr. andMrs. Leslie Mawson of Can*  yo_?Oity were the guests of Mr. and Mrs-  Tom Mawson, Sunday. ?  ...-rBuyiDayfoats shoes fronii Spear_  and get the best every pair guaranteed  Mrs.It. B. Dennis of Sirdar was a  visitor to Creston on Friday last.  Irwin Simmons returned on Saturdpy  last from a trip to Spokane, Wash.  ���������For-Sale���������   Two   sows will  soon  have young A. Mirabelli. *  DUCK CREEK NEWS  ��������� For Sale��������� Dry wood, 10 and 18  nch at $3j">?) per cord of two ricks  delivered, leavo orders at the Cash  Store.  ��������� he.*!",,   -jml'.'iMj-;   liy'llii-   sino ii'ii-in.'������������������<���������  T'li.   Ii'1-..c..l i.i.       ll ���������-,,.    '.ei,,.   i.,., i,  -L       ..1,-1     *     . , . *> ,''" ..-^ ,,       ,  nosa of youth wuh i.ir poKHes^i d bv  thOBO who mado upphm their princiiwd  tllot.   Curtain it ia that thoro iu no food  O. .7. Wigen was a visitor to Creston  Thursday.  Minn Annio .TnlniHon roturnod to hor  lionict from Calgary on Sunday. Sho  will pi-nbably ntay hcroall Suimuor.  W. J. Cooper, and T. BntUnfiold  worn Crouton callois on Monday<  The Coopoiativo Fruit Growom of  Wynndel   will   boll   their fortnight  meeting In tbo club Iiouho on  Monday  al  1 P.M.  Paul Hagiiii wiih a vinit.>r to Creston  Tluiraday.  Thoro will bono danoo at tho Social  Mrs. Geo.Hendren received tho sad  news of the death of hor stater Mra,  Coo. Hill of Lakoville, Out., on Sunday.  ���������We Havo opened up a shipinont of  pickled Pork, which weol'fer at20 cents  a pound. S. A. Spoors.  Mass will be said in the local Catholic  church li-'usier Sunday, March SS at  10:80 A. M.  -For Sale- Good work horse weight  1400. and good democrat and half a  hoavy set of barium Enquire at thia  office.  *MM_MWflMM������  A now side walk ban been laid from  Bunco's atoro to H. S, MoOreaths res-  idenoo and ia another great improvement to tho city.  ���������Yrl-ijYCV.',,".!'.',.'."    ee.mnlinj.'Mit    to   the   ������l"*i "n Saturday,  f, mulo seelinu ������<i" a fashionnhlo Lon-      ...   -.-,,,    .. ,,    , ,  d.;u awdi-.am in  ihe, cuiu'.ie, of li'm io-       M''* "Iterfh-ld wlnhc.-. to  annr.������n,u.-  ������i.*reni.':\-*. to tbo Chinos', euslom of foot ; (ho iniirrfago of hit* daughter Margaret  himlini'       Ifoini'rk ill"'   l.linl,  thcrr" wi'i'i' I ,       ..        .,  4fi0.<!00,000 of people in Chi ua, at least j''" "'��������� ''��������� vv* ^tHiani, lormoily ol  hiilf nT whom were women and **irls. I VVynodel, now at, ICdinrmton Albertn.  le;   inriwivi'd,  "Of   that    number   how ' ,r, . ... **,   ,  manv do you think havo nice largo , A"l' ""'Hago took placo on Wodtica  fujL liko tho Jxidica whom I wco bolorc   day March 12 th at Edmonton.  Mra. 0. II. IMohiirdsou of Now Wost-  minater nocouipaiilfld by Miaa Amlc  Holmo of Vancouver, who hnvo boon  vi.sitiug at tho homo of Ur. und Mrs. J  Hobdon, loft on Monday for a tour of  the Kaat.  ���������Have yonr ploturo takon while iu  OroBton. Studio behind tho bank.  moP"  ������������������9ond for onr prions on furniture, we  pay thn fi-olght.    O O. S,  Will Rose LndK<*. No TiO ineot  every  Monday night.   A  full  attondanoo ia  Irronnstod.  All local nowa itoms muat bo handed  iu thia office not later than Thuraday  afternoon of each wook.  Tho regular mooting of tho Farmora*  lm tituto will moot UiAuditorlum,Saturday ovoniug. Bo sure to bringyonr pota-  J.D. Roach left Crouton on Sunday  fn* >Ta1bav������  ���������We can supply you with McKen*-  zeis selected seeds at Calgary prices  S. A. Speers.-"  ���������V". ' ���������  Mr. and Mra. Arthur Munt and family of Seattle are the guests of' Mr. nn_  Mra. T. D. Bunse thia week     /'-  Geo. Priobard left on Sunday for  Nelaon.  - C O. S., SIGNAFIBS ORANBROOK  CO-OPERATIVB STORES.      i  A Parisian Novelty.���������- In Europe it is  used tbip year as a little Eaater ������ Pres*  ent or  rather a mark of courtesy    to  friondn nnd relatives,    Ira  value as n.  token^lioa more in the novel Idea than  in the price of the article. It is arranged  so that it can bo sent, just llko a  poat-  oard, for a cent or two, toan-*������ plnoo  in  Canada or tho United States. The endearing idoa about it, 1b tho embedded  LumiuouH Ci'ohh,  whioh will ahiue all  nightlong (or in iny dark   room) in a  glonono, mystlo blue  light, aftor you  had it exposed to daylight for a few  minatofl. Tho price ta bo low that any-  ono is inablcd to bo convinced of its  real   nature.   It ia   iudoed an   urtiolo  which ia hold in high eateom by any  Christian family "or poreon. Tho shining  cross ia mado of a Btono, which ia found  only near Joraealom and of -which already the Bible apoaks aa tho Luminoua  Rmonn    in     nintn*m)y%rf    Malnm/i'ii   ���������4������rnnl������i_  pricoa nro: 15 couts each, 2 for 2Coouts,  6 for 60 cents and IU for * 1.00 A.  Netkow, B82 Young Street Toronto.Ont,  (tioio ogont for Oai-MU imd U.tt.A-  ^UnjJJ^jj-������^M-  ���������WMWiWWmSIIMMISMII^^  ___������������������__!  mmmmmmitmimmmWMmmmiitmt*ii  /���������-*'  rt  J, ."r*.* ���������*���������i THE    CRESTON    REVIEW;    CRESTON.    B. C.  By Arthur Applin  %*  W������rd,  Lock &  Co.,  Limited  London,   Melbourne & Toronto.  ZJ\  HfeRE   IS  YOUR  OPPORTUNITY   FOR   QUICK   PROFITS  Swift Current. Saelc. situated In the centre of the largest grain erowlpf?  irn-a In tlie British Umpire, lt is now an established ltaibond and Bankms  Ontre and still building fast. Having the largest anmunl ot building .permits  for the first month of ibis year, of any city west of Lonmto except Winnipeg",  leading such cities as Vancouver. Calgary. Edmonton. Saskatoon, etc. Buy, a  lot now at ground iiuor prices in Mount Royal, situated .s���������uU������ ot and over-,  looking the station. Prices $!:*& each, -.10 easli and $lo per month. Use the  Unife today, eut out the coupon and eneii.se deposit.  SCOTT.  HILL  & CO., 22 Canada   Life  Building,  Winnipeg,   Man.  TO   RESERVE   A   LOT   MAIL   THIS   COUPON   TODAY ,-    ���������  Messrs.   SCOTT,  HILL &. CO., 22 Canada  Life  Bldg.,  Winnipeg.  Dear Sirs, Enclosed lind $10 for which please lvservo me the best remaining  lot  in   Mount  Royal,  Swift Current.  ADDRESS    '.      W.N.U.  (Continued)  EVERY AlBLE  MAN A SOLDIER  and then rising, strolled through -.he-  Aaron . Roberts' long fingers slid j room out on to the terrace overlooking  round Scribner's white collar; he ��������� the blue sea. Men and women watcn-  p4a_e_ his GUier hand at tlie back of L ed him curiously; tho officials saluted  Scribner- neck, and shouting to Faber j hiin   with   deference.        He   was   tne;  Carlo liked and ;  B������������������_3  to open the door, be hurled him from  the room. Then taking a clean waite  handkerchief from his pocket, he carefully wiped his hands.  Scr-ibner pioivtu himself up aud  Stared at i-uotr wi-ui oioods-hoi. e;> v.;  the latser stoou g'uui'UHu; I'ue fc-iiuv������.uct*  to Roberts' proa- oim.t;.     You d oe.  him   w'ith   deference,  type of.gambler Mont  respected; he could lose without "iv.ak-'.  ing   a   fuss,   and   he   encouraged  others.  It was worse for him than for hor.  Por in Ella's case there was no one!  else; for him the woman he lived still I  lived,  was for ever  calling    to    hiin,!  the |  t  The Sweetest Story ever  told is to tell you of  the purity an���������  sweetness of  ter  _o   cui.e?iy,   Air.   seiibn-e-r?   uuiess j beckoning him  back;   and   though  you wane me��������� to call up tne pyW������ io ��������� tried he could not kill hope.  he'f  show you the way, tae jatter -net red  Scribner hesitated a momenc, then}  realising the hoptiiessn;:s.s of resist-1  aace ii_ straigii.eu*u his tie, buttoned'  up 'his ccat aud marched out of the j  room. He was done for now, and he  knew it. Ruin faced him; he cursed  Jimmy Francks, he cursed iris de;  Fontaigne, and he cursed him=..-"-if. The i  Jews words echoed jeeringiy in his;  ears���������a fool, a wastrel, his end an iron j  seat on tbe Embankment, one of the!  great army of mig-t-havt-beens. I  It" he Was going to tave himself from j  bankruptcy auu disgrace tu-e was uo. 1  a moment to b-e lose.      Jaiu now.' I  tie spent tae afternoon pacing up i  an������i down nis rooms iigiu;n_ w ��������� m me  remnants ot nis conscience, iive-ncuai-[  ly victory was his and sitting down*  be wrote a leuer to Francks imploring:  him for a loan of seven thousand ���������'  pounds, acknowledging th-at unless he |  received it within a week he would |  have to chuck up his comr_U\sion and  ever  on   the  horizon;  face disgrace.  took th- train  Hope  was  for  leering at him! j  Sometimes  when    he    was    dining;  with Ella or motoring with her across i  the wonderful hills he would find him-;  self staring at her. unconsciously wondering hew  long  she  would  live,  how  long they would both live.     Before ho  married   her   she   had   been   dc'.icato.  fragile; but now every day sh? seemed to grow more robust, stronger and  healthier.  And these thoughts that    came    to  him   some-times  terrified   him.     Turning away with a sigh he walk?.! ir.K-k  to his -hotel.     The London letters had  just, arrived by the Eug-lish  nail.   He;  took them tip    to    his    sYting    room ;  where   he   found   his   wife.     She   was  reclining by the open window, a book ,  in her hand, but she was not. reading ;  it*,   her  eyes,   too,   were   fixed   ou   the;  far horizon.  There's one letter for you, he said. |  giving it to her. from y-our father 1 ';  think..  Did you have any hick at the tables? :  ' she asked as she broke the st-al of the '  j envelope.  He shrugged his shoulders and,  laughe<i. Yes. good luck* ''ve lost!  close upon five thousand pounds now.'  I find it more amusing to lose than to.  win. '  KHa did no: reply; she was reading.  her letter; he read his too. aud as-air*. -  he l-vaghevi. Perhaps it was a pity;  I did not win: a pal of mine wants;  to borrow seven thousand pounds.       ;  Just fresh picked fruit and  granulated sugar  WHAT COULD BE SWEETER  You  can  get   trjem   from  your   grocsr  SHOT   IN   CONFESSION   BOX  German   Chancellor  Would   Have   His  Country an, Armed Camp in Peace  Berlin, Germany?���������At a banquet of  the German Agricultural Council held  i recently, tire imperial chancellor, Dr.  j von Betliman-Hollweg made a speech.  I in which be said:  I     The desire for peace wh'ch    I    believe  animates  all  the  great  powers,  j and which I hope, will help us over  the Balkan crisis, has its soundest basis in the universal and vital neoessi'y'  for developing the strength of the nations in every progressive labor. We  shall be compelled this year to  strengthen our land armaments.   /  It is the will of the people, if/T understand it right, that every able-bodied man shall be a soldier.  Tho empire,  the state,  our hearths,  > nn'd  homes are too sacred for us not 1  to  he resolved  upon  the  adoption  of  the extremest measures to secure and  defend them against war and the danger of war.  Tn this the nation is united, and it  will remain united when wo discuss  the bills  in  the  relchstag at  Waster.  Aii  in, Too  Mrs. Uaeey las the hunter returns)  ���������Were you hi at the death, Jack,  dear?*  Jack (who has met with nn accident)���������In? No! I m out a sixty-guinea  horse, a ton-pound suit of clothes and  four front  teeth.  CITY'S KEYS IN  PAWN  Ella crunched her letter uo in ber  hand, and ber cheeks lost their color.      Not father? she gasped involun-  lU-i i   Sena tor ���������  ylxxS .  dawn to The Towers, and he met his j  aunt returning from the garden cover- j  ed with mud and followed by her be  loved cats and dogs.  What's up now? she asked looking-  at bim suspiciously. of course you j  want something. )  Bending down he kissed the wither-1  ed face. I want you to congratulate i  me and to keep your promise.  Iris  de   Fontaigne  hasn't  been  tool  enough to promise to marry you. has '  she?  She has, Scribner replied stoutly. .  The engagement's to be announced in;  a day or two. We're not afraid of:  poverty, and I'm willing to try and j  earn my own living during your life j tarilv.  If you'll alter your will and make me, Francks stared at her in surprise,  your sole heir. i Good   heavens, no.       What  on  earth  The  old  lady  shook ,the mud  and; made vou thiuk tha:?  dust from her petticoats and took off j     j don-t know. she replied nervouslv.  her gardening gloves.     Are these your   AU vou   rri���������ads are ^ lic{1.    i^.x v,_s  Well, ber mother wi.Il naturally want J atp������e^ntly   slle  came   and   stood   by  to eateguaro  ner omy  caught er- s     ~  ture, ihe replied caralessily.  Burtone  tomorrow, tell him to make  _ new -will for you and the ep.'gagem^nt  will   be   announced.    I'm   in   earnest  this time. Aunt Mary.  Lady Mary Scribner sighed and  looked thoughtfully nt her nephew.  I suppose it's your only chance of salvation: I'll keep mv prom-is-e. I suppose MiiprS de Fontaigne will come and  *ntay here now.  f-Vo.ribner drew a lone breath and  nodded. Oh, that's all right; as soon  as yon havo s^ct Burtone and he's  done his job I'll bring her down.  CHAPTER XII  Jimmy Francks was standing at one  Of the roulette tablea in the great Casino of Monte Carlo, lie had been  playing over since eleven o'clock in  the morning and had lost steadily.  He had travelled over half Europe  with bis wife on their wedding tour,  -topping -at no placo longer than a few  days, for each place visited seemed  ghost haunted. Wherever they went  Memory followed thom; in vain they  ��������� ncd to escape.  Francks hud accepted the situation;  he coiild not vory well do '"-therwlHe*.  the conditions imposed* upon him by  Ella wore under tbe circumstances,  fair   and   just.       Thoy   were  Victim of Mar. Who Mistook Him for  Anotb*?** A^sii^st Wbom h* Hsd  Grudge  Berlin, Germany.���������Father Wenger,  a Roman Catholic priest, was shot  dead while sitting iu his confessional  at St- Engelbert's Church at Mulheim-  on-ttu-hr, in Rhenish Prussia, early one  morning. The assassin was a Dutchman iiam������<i Weiaard, who is evidently  demeuted.  The murderer was at once arrested.  From his statements it appears tbat he  intended to kill the parish priest, named Welter, against whom he apparently had some grudge, but the man actually shot was another priest who was  conducting a special mission at the  church.  HOW'S   THIS  \\V oiTvv One Uuiubvi.1  Dnll.--.rp  Upward  for any  cnsL-  of Catarrh  tli.it  cannot  ouri-d   by   Hall's   Catnrrh   Cine.  V\    J.    CHENEY   &   CO..   Tototlo.  We.   the   undersigned,   have   known   V.  J.   OliciK-y for tlie lust'ID  years.  *uid believe him perfectly honest in nil business  moisuetioiiN and Unancially able to carry  out  anv   obligations  lntide  by   his 'firm.  WAI-DINU    KIN XAN   &   MARVIN.  Wholesale  DrugRl-sts.  Toledo,   O.  Hall's Catarrh Cure ts taken Internally,  acting directly  upon  the blood and  mucous) tin-faces of the system.  Testimonials  sent    free.    Price   75   cents     per   bottle-.  Sold   by   (ill   druggists.  Take  Hull'H Family   Pills  for constipation.  Golden   Emblem   of   Auvr.or'iy   Stolen  From   Mayor's   Office  Naples.���������The mayor of Naples is  endeavoring to recover the great golden keys'of the city which are at present l>ing in a pawnbroker's shop.  Borne time ago a baker named Circo-  lo   obtained   a   verdict  of   $1250   damages.      Tho court of appeals decided ,-  uaalnst the municipality.      In default\ Baroda and Central India Railway vrii&  ELECTRIC  LINES  FOR  INDIA  Bombay Railroads Consu*** Expert  About Big Scheme  Calcutta.���������Charles II. Mots,'' so?  electrical export, while on his -wsj*"  from Australia to England at tae'  end of December, was invited to vieit  Bombay, where lie was consultpd h?  the authorities of the Great Indian;'  Peninsula   Railway   and   the   BonsbaS''  of prompt payment the man's  bailiffs  dropped   into   tyie   mayor's   office   one  t"? I morning during his worship's absence  'and  seized  the ancient gold  key and  'some  fine oil paintings    and  ousts of Italian sovereigns,  tho lot in pawn.  ART   TREASURES    FOR   AMERICA  Ten Times Best Man  London.���������Harvey Stapleton, of Market   Deeuins.   Lincolnshire,   who   has  regard to the proposed eleetrfffcatiow  of the Bombay railways.. Ke -*sas &Pr  so consulted by the Karachi Port Tras*-  Railway and the Northwestern Hail-?  marble! wa-y nno* he conferred with the railway  He put j board.  !     The details of the proposed! sc-etn*  The mayor is now suing the bailiff. ! have not been made known.    Fossibly  a trial will be first made on short. J-V  burban liuas.  Mr.   Merz   was   also   consulted  Xrf  Superb Collection of Chinese Porcelain  to   Find  Abiding   Place  in   This  Country  London,   England.���������Another  highly  important,  collection   of  art  treasures,  is about to leave    England    for    the?  United States.      Mr. Gorer, the Bond]  street dealer  in     Chinese    porcelain,  turough whose bands    have    already  the authorities in Ceylon  acted as best man at ten weddings, has    been presented with a gold medal by { passed  the  Alfred   Trapnell  and   the  - -��������� - two  Bennett collections, has  now ac  quired the superb collection of Chinese porcelain formed by George R.  Davies, and  has  arranged  to send it  his friends as a memento of these occasions.  Recognized as the leading specific  for the destruction of worms. Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator has  proved a boon to "suffering children  everywhere.      It seldom fails.  Flowers by Air for France  Brussels.���������A bunch of flowers was  carried  thirty-one  miles  in his aero-  ,,.        ,    , ���������     . _ plane  to  his   sweetheart at  Louvain,  Since last Sunday a party of about   Brabant, last week by Lieutenant De-  twenty Jesuit fathers have been con-  manet of the 3elgian>army. who flew  ducang a  mission   m   Muelheim,  and  there and baCk from Brasschaet, near  the murdered priest,.   Father    Petrus  Antwerp, where he is stationed.    He  VOU        Ul'IlU  if we go home soon, to England I  mean? fm tired of travelling about,  I shouid like to settle down.  He echoed the lust words mockingly. Settle down! Do you think we  shall ever settle down? All right,  Im ready to start, this* moment if  you like, the sooner the better.  Iris de Fontaigne and her brother  Reuben were sitting in Mr. Aaron  Robert's office. She had received a  letter from the , money lender asking  her to call on urgent private business.  She knew at once that the business  could only be connected with her lov-^  er or Fred Scribner. She said no-'  thing to her mother, but fearful of  going alone she took Reuben with her.  For Reuben knew everything and her  mother did not. He could be trusted to hold his tongue whether he understood or not; besides, he seemed  some protection to ber and some comfort.  Mr.   Roberts  treated   Iris  with  re-  pect.       She  had   entered  trembling  Wengeler,   S.   J.r was  the  leader  of J  the mission.  Father Wenger was hearing the confession of a girl when Weinand stole  up* drew back the curtain shielding  the priest from view and without a  word, shot.him through the heart. He  afterward told !the police that he killed Father ^Ven^er in mistake for another priest. Father Welter, who the  murderer claimed, had stolen his  guardian angel.  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  A Coincidence  Black���������Told our laundress this  mornisg that it was to be a great day  for us, because my daughter comes  out today.  White���������Was she interested?  Black���������Sure. She said. You don't  tell me, mister? So does my man;  he's been in for a month.  Domestic Exchanges  Say. Snibl>s, let me use your phone  will you?  Certainly.       What is  the     matter  witb  yours?  It's  all  right, I  want to telephone  made a" flight over Louvain with his  fiancee. \  NEW WAR MACHINES  *.-.   ?-���������*_������������������*_! i^**'            to my wife that I'm going to bring a  with nervousness, fighting agains-t an j man from out of town to dinner.  husband'  almost unreasonable fear, but he  quickly put her at her ease and in-  aplro-d her with cnnfidonoo,  I can't think why you sent for me,  she said, for the first time in her life  i juggling with the truth.    I often get  Well?  He's sitting in my room now, and  I hate to have him watch my face  when my wife tells me what she  thinkB of the proposition**  atnl wire In tho eyes of God and man; j jitters ' from men in vour profession  husband and wife they would remain , 0,foving to* lend me enormous sums  until the end of their days, yet be-: of mnwx on my notP of band alone!  tween them un insurmountable bar-' Sllc forr.;p.{* a luusrh. T don't suppose  rler. Bach had tried honestly to play I  blB or bor pari.; both endeavored to i  do their duty, but at times the sltua- j  tlon Hcemed impossible. Friendship'  could not exist between them and :  slowly but surely hatred raised it-j  head and glarwl menacingly at both. |  At   Monte   Carlo   Francks   hoped   to  !N   A  SHADOW  Inveterate Tea Drinker Feared Paralysis  you sent for me hoping that I should  want, to  borrow���������because  I  don't.  Perhaps for the first time In his llfo j  steady uso of either tea or coffee  often produces alarming symptoms as  tho  poison   (caffeine)     contained    in  a   look of  embarrassment  crept  over i those beverages acts with    moro    po-  flud distraction at. tlie gaining tables.  Ill a sense ho succeeded, for .ho had,,  played over a week and lost consist-'  <**ntly. Ilo had come to loee. he told  himself, and it. was some satisfaction  to Boe part of tho fortune be had made  and which h.* bud intended should  bring blm untold happiness, :��������� lowly  dwindling away and going Into the  hands of that great, money-making  machine, the UaiiK of Mont<- Carlo.  Throwin--; hi-  i:i:-r  (iv- inui--  jii--i-,. .-n  to fcho tabl" he watched it swop: away  the Jew's face. If it had been possible for him to blush bo would bave  done ^o at that moment.  1  am a .lew, he said qiiieily.  Ella howed; sho glanced at Reuben,  lu-* was paying no attention to the conversation: bo was standing with his  back to them looking out of the window drumming his lingers on the  glass. But If they could have seen  his eyes they would have known I hut  !n- listened Intently to eve-y w:>i*il  I have always boen very interested  tency in some persons than in others  "I was never a coffee drinker,"  writes an 111. woman, "but a tea  drinker. 1 was very nervous, had  frequent spoils of sick headache und  heart trouble, and was subject, at  times to aovoro attacks of blliotiB colic.  "No end or slcoplosB nights���������would  have spells at night whon my right  ulilo would get numb and tingle like  a thousand needles woro pricking my  lloflh. At tlmoB I could hardly put  my tongue out of my mouth and my  ',* ,"*��������� tV7i'.??i ii?? ; rii'ht  eve and oar woro affocto-il.  in  the .lewish race     r s 8J;W tlmP 1 ly , ��������� ^lp\^ ^  tol(1  mo ,  wafl HaWo  ,,..,...���������..   -U-nco,       -Tho   nie  n   *v oi h , .|miulyZl-u   Hl. any   Hum,  ho  without a country, the most perseci   Y ^\h^\.0\^Jt ,lrPftll,     ', took no  1   ' '     ' '   ond of meilloliiP���������-all to no good.  "The doctors told me to quit urnlng  ed   p'-nplo   on   the   face  ov   uio   e  and yet. ihey aro still the most powo  fill. I  A   curious   light    crept' into   Aaron \  Roberts'   eyes;    lie   drew    luinsoii    nn  nnd   sniMi'd.     Thanks. You     don't:  htite us. then?     I'm ghul of that.  Itif-.!ni' from his scut he look a bunch '���������  rsf \,,.yK  from   liis  wu'ki-'   htwI   will''!H**  to the  s-ile opened  ii   unt  ox-iructod  a  ���������������������������mall    packi-t    of    b'l tors. Otienl'i".  thom he showed Ih'-m to Ir's. A'-  most In-fore i'ho looked Instlm-t told  her what Ihey were.  (To be ('onflnuei'  :r   WORK   VHtZ  it will rtr.inyour lian()jitinroiu-l,i-,':iiii| f|iii������-l -  ly no :i,.iiiri lu.w iu.iIi 'I !:,'-/  m^m^fkfi    ^v       un-'an < \fj\-r-  t',r--i.  ru,im Mi  -^_-f^il      "'"ti'i'r.      I nl   T'.in.t, et i.i  lr.***������������i.mmi~^\       Krr-.iiw ������ialnb, i,|| thi-y ��������� ..rnr-  i-_.. .1     witii Knup.   Ut nftBln-iliir.  8*v* Ik* Campcmf.  mm������ii mmm.4*ml <Mm..*m.m*mlt*x,  Something to Avoir)  ton, but I  thought I coiud    not    llvo  ���������.vlthov.'  |t--ihnt It  was mv onlv sl-iy.  I Viiid been a tea drinker for twenty-  live years; was under tho doctor's enrol  for lift con.  "About, six mouths ago, T finally quit  n.i  ;i>i.l  i-oioivir-r.ecd to drink Po������'um. .  **1 have never bud ono spell of Hick | pi,,i'ntrim"* bin position  hciidaohe since and only one light ul-  tuck of billons colic. Have quit, having thoso numb spells at night, sleep  well nnd my heart Is getting stronger  all Mi!' tl'.ii''-" Name !;lvi-n upon ���������-'���������-  quest ,  English   Peopie   Beglfining  to  "importance and Need of Aerial  Fleet  London, England.���������The publication  of the king's telegram to    Mr.    Gra-  bame-White, congratulating him upon  building a biplane strictly for military  purposes, sent a great many people to {  the aero show at Olympia to see what i  the/new-war machine is like.  To begin with, its very large inclosed body filled them with surprise,.  The public in England has not followed the recent development of the aero-  .plane with enough attention. Comfortable seats (the army bilane has  wicker chairs), wind screens (as in  the Vickers monoplane), self starting  devices as in the Short waterplane,  which abolish the tedious process ol  turning the propeller to make the engine fire; electrophones to magnify  the sound ot the pilot's and the passenger's voices and so enable them to talk  freely in spite of the motor's roar (as  In the Handley-Pa_e exhibit)���������all these  Improvements are making flying more  'attractive and foreshadowing the day  when. It will be a recognized and favorite method of travel.  Another feature of this Grahame-  While biplane which struck those who  have some knowledge of aircraft, was  the smallness of its wing surface.  This it may be necessary to increase.  Tt will almost certainly be found alno  that its flO-horsepower motor (Austro-  Daimler) Is too weak for It. It was  designed for a motor of 120 horse  power and that power is none too  great.  / The idea of the construction Is that  'the machine shall be used both foi  scouting and for attack. To give the  ' observer a clear field of vision the propeller la put nt the back nml driven  from tho motor In front liy shaft and  chain. On the nose of the machine  la mounted a Colt quick-firing gun,  which can be fired cither up or down  or In a strnlght lino. Tn n brush between nlr-Rcoutft thlH would bo an awkward enemy to meet. The machine  can carry enough petrol for a six-  hour flight.  Other Brltlfth mao.hlnon denlirnefl for  war, which nro on view nt Olvmp'n  Include tbo Hoynl Alrcrnft Factory hi*  pl.ii'ie. thn Bristol Company's 80-horpo-  power monoplnno, and tho Vickers' 70-  hornon-owcr, all Rteel biplane, with  Wolflcloy murine, which is also fitted  with a gun; in this caso it Is n Mnv.  Im pun. Thorn la space for 151.0  iiiiiiitiV of niri;n".i:;!tU.r. r.r.t. for n m"."  to work tbo enn, no It; could eoneolv-  nblv do n vnflt amount of dnmngo.  Thi-. cn*itriV|q nre so nrrnntort that, if  nny thing hnnnoim to the pilot the nas-  : i-iif-iv   could     work     them     without  across the Atlantic before December  next.  The collection comprises some 600  pieces, without exception of the finest  quality. Among the numerous great  examples is what is acknowledged to  be the finest known famille-verte vase  ovoid in form, the black background  decorated on either s'de with a. large  panel containing birds on flowering  trees.     It is valued at about $25,000.  An even morQ precious piece, valued  at $32,500, is the largest known piece  nt reticulated porcelain of the early  Kanrarhe period. It is in the form of  a circular 'ncense box and cover decorated with flgures of the eight immortals, very brilliantly enameled in  colors of the neriod.  The collection pIro includes many  examples of ��������� whole-color porcelain.  smnn? them what is T������erhaps one of  the finest'Sane-d������-noeuf vases in existence, and cer^ainTv one of the most  superb and important apple-greens.  Chile ren's Walking Feat  London.���������Linda Benton, aged 6;  Farrow, aged 6; and William Farrow,  aged 5, walked from Peterborough to  Whaplode Drove, a distance of sixteen miles, on Sunday, to see their  grandfather.  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE  DAY  Take I.AXATTVE  BROMO Quinine  Tablets.    T)rugnrists refund money if it fails  to cure.      "K. W.  GROVE'S signature lo  on  each  box.       25c. i  M*ll4il^!-l->1lT!_|p:_f  ���������pi" i* a mm ""H _. ima "s _. _b  -. ������������������;_,.������������������,���������-������������������'-'���������'���������-��������� '-.O- tif^titiy.f':.'*.,:-/;���������;������������������-. i/.k --*>>  z^t7.Atmsmti������^mti  15 Victims of Mad Dog  Berlin.��������� Considerable excitement  has been caused in Berlin by a mad  dog which bit between fifteen and  twenty people and two horses in the  streets before it was killed by a policeman's saber. The police are  searching for the victims, only eight  or nine of whom have so far reported  themselves for Pasteur treatment.  Mill Boy to Town Clerk  London.���������Smith Terry, who lias*  been appointed town clerk of KeJgfc-'  ley,, at a salary of $2000 a year, via*  sag to $2500, is a native of the less,-  and had to go to work in a mill as _?  half-timer when 11 years of age,  London.���������Complaints ha-re bees'  made of the disreputable appe_raa_e  of the gravediggers present at -faneraJ**  at Fulham Cemetery and they are to*  b - provided with a suitable uniSorsn.  Munich.���������Two young waitresaes'  employed at a Munich cafe fonght *'*  duel with revolvers to settle the quw  tion of the ownership bf a $2 ti*������ \et���������-  by a wealthy guest.    One was kilted.  1 understand you went ot er to Crlns*/"  son Gulch and lynched the vrron^-  man.  o, repjjtKi ��������� j-jjic-e-iwiecr .ocm*. -������������=-  can't lynch the wrong man in Crises  son Gulch. We just got Piute TeteT  a little bit ahead of his turn.  JUST THE MEDICiNt  FOR THE Bi-BtT  Baby's Own Tablets are just t_������y  medicine for little ones. They sweet'  en the stomach and regulate tbe twvrj  els, thus breaking np colds, cartog;  colic, expelling worms and malri_&'  teething, easy. Concerning them'  Mrs. E. J., Ayer, WestmoreJdiHf''  Point, N.B., writes: "I- have been ������������>  Ing Baby's Own Tablets some time"  and And thorn just the medicine haft*?/  needs." The Tablets are sold ft/  medicine dealers or by maf! at 2wj  cents a box from The Dr. WiHfaiw*'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere.  LONG   MARCH   KILLS   BOY  Military   Enthusiasm   of   Lads   Ends  In Tragedy  Paris.���������Four boys, whos* ages run  from li! to 12, loft Sedan ono morning last week to follow a regiment of  infantry on tho march.  Their entliusiLBin for tho army nnd  the regimental band fired their youthful patriotism and kept them marching all day, until ono of their number,  Andro bouillon, a boy of 12. fell out  from tho ranks and, collapsing by tbo  roadside, told bis 'companions that he  could go no further.  The boys woro penniless, and thoir  prldo prevented thorn from bogging.  Thoy wont Into a wood and- dragged  tbemselvoH, footsore and weary, to a  but among tho troon.  There they spent tho night, and Len-  nion'H conipiinlonH did what they  could for him. It wiih not until noxt  morning, when they could got no reply  from him, that thoy went for holp.  Then it wan tound that tho boy wub  dead. \  Whooplng-Cougb Vaccination  Paris.���������A protective serum acalnsit'  whooping cough'is claimed to hat***  been found by Doctor Nicolle, dinfet������-**'  of the Pasteur Institute at Tunlii, say*"  the Petit Parisien. Virtually eveiy  case in which vaccination witb thi*"  serum has taken place Is said to bay-"  been cured.  The PHI That Leads Them AH-���������**  Pills nro the most portable ami coitl*',  pact of nil medicines and when eaay.  to. take are the moot accoptnbTrji <������f  prepnratlonR. But tbey must atto-vl  tbelr power to be popular. Ah PartliO^  ice's Vegetablo Pills are the mofft pop*'  ular of all pillB tlVoy must fully meat  all requirements.. Accurately trom-'  pounded and composed of liiKredJoflt*-**  proven to bo effoctivo In regulating  tho dlgoatlvo organo, thoro Ir no tsurot  medicine to bo had anywhwro.  Wounded Girl's Appetlt.  , Pnrla.���������A 10-yoar-old Als'illtm jjlrJ'  Mllo. Adelo Bartl, wub run over liy a  train nt -ORny-BoiiH-BoIn, on the way?  to ParlB, and bad a log and two it mm-'  eut off. When tbo doctor nrrlv������_,  BiiyH tho Matin, be wan nnm/.mi iiy itv*'  first words: I nm- vory hungry. 11siv&  you got flomo bread ond a RatiflaDt'e.  ���������***N  Another verv Infprept.ln" war machine l������ l''o new niorlo' SO-horBrnoW'  er armored mononinno. of which nboto  rtranhw nr������ evhlblted nt the BWIol  uliiiiii. Tt br-q not. vrt hrTi siiown  In nubile but thn necrot trials nro wnld  My   wile  lipcccil  ll.i:-  li>..l      tin       ^ .: ������    ������������������-���������.-    tlf.i    i-iin  | ci-|v  any  tmddi-n  fright.  '      vV'iubi ibat   imiUc to-r dl>-  'lli.llHIlt '.'  i     No,  it   nilr.lit  n-Htoic her  pnw. r    nf  lllH"'ll'1       I'.-  uliilltv  |n-r-  \olce.  I'oMtum now ciitnen lu conconini'eil i t0 )inve clvon  (*vp"llont  reHultM,   Thlf    " ' iiijii-liliio Ih (V>nlrncd to be a dentrover,  iiiRt   nn   ono   object   of   tnrn������-*'b>hna1  il(ii,|vnvnrs   la   !���������>   bli'iw   un   lift 11 letdil |>H  "o  tbe  tnHk   of the   Blerlot  dOHtroyei  will be to seek to annihilate nlrnhlpH.  W.  N.  U. 042  1       in.     \u,    vnii    think    kltc-lin'    ir.    :i"  i ilani'ermii'  ;in tin* doctor:! nny'.'  j "llll- Will,     II      II.IH     li   II.III.I.v      Jllll      ,1||  end  to a i;<wm!  rn.-.tiy  ciuillniicd  hat-he-  ' lor::, :.'���������  am  rate  liiiwdcr   form,  catl'-d  Itmlnut  lV.-tuiu  !t  ir pi'opnrod by fttlrrlng a level ton-  ���������jini-il'.'ul in i< cup of but water, uilillnr  hiik'U* to tiiHte, nnd eiioiiKh cream In  i-r'ni- I lie color to golden brown.  lu.iil.ili! I'oi'.'nm h*. convenlcnl ;  ihero s no. waste*, and the Ibivnr In  iiivMi.v.i   uiillV.nu.     Sold     by     groci r.-;  i-vei-vwbl'l'e  A ri-cup Irlnl tin inaileii lor grocer's  Ililllll'      .11111       ^-*.-������   !������������������������      .......!���������'���������      ���������"���������        I'-' ���������>   .lf.1    .  Canadian I'oMtnin Cereal Co., Lid.,  Wlndrtor. Out.  '.'tititi,  a  th  JL iicUL mil! -UlI-Lt^JL JLIML MJj\x^xxiu  nillllllllllll!!lllllll!lll!llll!llll!llllllllllllllllllllllllll!llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll^  IF THERE is a time above all times when a    E  woman f.houkl be In pcrfn'ct pliyttlcal condition     fy  It U   the time preview* lo the comini" nt h������*r l>������Ur.  DiiTlng thlf. rwrtml mmiy woinrn mffcr from hcnilacfie,  tleupleMrican. pv.hu ot variou*. description, poor appclltt),  nnd a lioM. ot other ailments which ������hnulcl bo cllmlnatetl li**  Juntlce to tli9 new lite about to be uiliorwl Into thi* woilX  dr. -erce's FAvORiTE FRESCRI-TiON |  'i'"'������������������ ,        "-'���������- -'   ,',"-",':, ~r.���������7    *m   mmmmmmttmmtimtm^mtmu^m.      *. ttuxjmi^miiummmmummmmmmmmimmmmmmiimimmiiix        rlT  I* a ������cleiiUfic medicine carefully coinpoumleil by an experienced and skillful "  pliyslclan, and adapted to the neeili and rc'iulremenU of woman'* delicate  ���������.y&trm. It l<������i been rrrommi'iirleil for over forty y*������f'������ aa a remedy for thole  e.^ui.M.  -il..,w..U   '..'..Uh   :n-V.* ttvMr Trv"���������"������'"������ .turlt*,'*    lhe evrtertun*"  Tlioutand* of women have  t  I'^nlr  V 1*1 tor���������Why  nro  yon  HdtV'i   teeth   'inch   n   thorou/vh  I nir?  I'lDUl    Allrt(l������'iib - tJii  giving  bruoh-  Alltill't'hb -  .   in.  I In'    (imil  I,,,..,.!   I    ��������� ���������  ll.lt-  i und.   really   you  'too careful.  know,   uiii:   ciiuT   be  'M  M  V)  P  ln-.x, .    ��������� ���������   period.   Motherhood |������ made easier by IU use.  been benefited by this ureal medicine.  Yonr dm-itfUl ������'������n supply vou lu liquid or Ublet foim, or ycu c*n r.md  50 one cent tlamp* fur a trial box nl Ur. P'arca'a "Knvorite I'rukcrlntlou  Tablcti.t* Dr. I'lcrce, at Invalids' Hotel and Suralcal InsUtute, Itullaliv   ".���������*-':��������� :���������"������������������   '   '���������'     I-:-1.-a-..-;:.   "������������������": '���������";ri~g?������!r',-,g"-;! .���������-.- ���������   :"^������r  it IS yOUr ftlWtlltUlJm  III  t441llt. IU  4>l. 4  JC41.������;  IUI   mti���������,.x, x,,,m   .V x.  tiivx,,.   f;'mm   ",f chmT^T,     ^, '���������'*"**���������' t*tf cnmmtittlrtttffini 01  . ...    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I There's a lesson right there!
I Little blemisheg of cora-
1 plcxion, small sores, eruptions,
- spots, are not only unpleasant
to the person afflicted, but are
the first thing noticed by other
people.
A little Zam-Buk applied at
night to spots, eruptions, sores
of any kind will do wonders.
Zam-Buk is not a greasy
preparation which 'will go rancid on your dressl-g table.
It is made from healing, herbal
extracts and essences. Always
pure, fresh and ready for use.
1- Doesn't lose its power. Keeps
indefinitely. Healing, soothing
I and antiseptic all the tune,
I Try it!
60c. box.all druggists and stores,
,
GERMAf'4Y*B,Jf_5>*Ne B5G  FLEET
New Type" of Ship, Which-it Is Said,
'-"���"Will Revolutionize Naval Warfare
London,  "March S.-r-A disclosure of
supreme importance affecting the nav
'   -   Buna scientist at Work
Stockaolm.���Al.   uustaf Dalen, the
y____   Sweetish   eugnueer   wno   was
awarued the Nobel prize for physica
,- t'year, is now totally blind aa the
CONSTANTINOPLE    DOOMED
la
l t->ul��. ot an explosion  while he  was
al position of Great Britain is made in j making an experiment la_t September
the Engineer, a technical paper of the
highest reputation, tviiich does not
make statements without reliable au-
thori ty.
This journal gives details of a formidable and entirely new type, of warship which is being constructed for
tho German admiralty. The design
was first offered to the British government, but beyond a bare acknowledgement, no further action was
taken.
The new type '"-* described as flp0"*-!-
ler than auy dreadnought. It lies
low in the water, not mm n more than
awash, and it fights end on. The only
target, it presents to the enemy's fire
is a bow shield sloping,backward and
of such shape and thickness as to be
virtually impenetrable.
It serves as the carriage of asingle
gun of maximum power, furnished
with projectiles that play the part bf
aerial torpedoes, and the gun remains
perpetually screened, except at the
moment of firing.
The vessel can be kept at. sea in aU
weathers and can fight effectively at
European   Residents  Wondering  How
Long Town Can Hold Out
Constantinople, Turkey.���The typewritten sheets of the Agence Ottomane
are daily pinned up on the green
baize boards of the -European* Club of
.,,.,..-,. , , ,     Constantinople.    Eyery   day   streams
cape with his life he gave his work-, of members,    shedding    wraps    and
men an extra week s wages.jwnountins   overcoats' and  goloshesin  the  hail,
! .VI? Dalen
and  as a
however, returned to work
thank ^offering for  his  es-
to about $1G50.
A Different Matter
If I ever get hold    of    B:nks
111
thrash hiin so ^ac his mother wouldn't
recognize him.
Wnat's the matter?
He's been slandering me.      He says'
that I did him out of $^5 in a poker I
same- ,  iledtre
Not   at   all.    I   hoard   the   remark   '^JF,?,
myself.
What did he say?
He said that you did him out of
$25,000  in a cotton  deal.
Oh, well, then, I suppose it is all
right. I hardly thought he was the
kind of man; to go round telling stories
that reflected on my character.
Tourist���1 say, guide, it's about time i is
we were getting near the talis, isn't!
it? I
Guide���Yes, sir.      May I request the
ercoats and goloshe.
pass those sheets with a brief glance
of the masterly vagueness of their
contents, and always on the subject
most important to all people here,
they find the same bland; uiiinstructive
statement:
Le bombardement d'Adrinople continue;
There are  fifty theories about the
state of Adrianople, but no sure know-
Never was a seige more rigorously conducted, for since tbe begin-
^yl��mZ- s&T^u- Co   */&^L0ti^t0<^ "-tkrzujfe^r
C&h&lJMtXts  ^���Lo  TTULs&e, sO-^jrr^  Unrr~&
��� '\-&%-*titf^    -
WOTED   FARMER   WAS   A   BANDIT
ning- of the  war  no  single  scrap  of
.[
Jin SWVi #,        j    Iff - ffrnrn^	
3&Z6, n0%feM0i6/6m\
tiTQ^f ?-.' J^' ^Mtflflfy
>$:ty'��?&f*-ti
.:/ &y*&cc^fezutiic \
x%/ja&&g&ai&��u&ef ��
l____I__f
Cholly���He was weally very
with me. In fact he said he
blow my brains out.
Ethel���Did it hurt much? -
angry
would
Smallpox on a Warship
London.���An able seaman of the
new battleship Conqueror, now at Dev-
onport, was found to.be .suffering* froni
smallpox, and was removed to an isolation hospi'.al. The origin of the infection has not been traced.
jTwIiching
of tli��
te't _e CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, and BEST HOME
j DYE. ��n�� can buy���Why yoa don't even here to
'���% law*hat KIND os* Cloth yourGeoda ere Bade
ot.���So Mistake* ar* Impo����lbIc.
Send tor Fre* Color Card, Story Booklet, anil
[ Booklet giving results of Dyeing over other colors.
Tb�� JOHNSON-RICHARDSON CO., Limited.
Montreal, Canada.
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ieyQufeerouroi'sOR-is,*Rl-*iUOWi\"or"GOT-iH��B_i���s*
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XKDICAI. BOOK EVER WRlTTEN.ITTEI.US AM. about these
ptS*��A5E5 ftliu iuc kEmaKKai*I,R-COKES- KKFKCTED by
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H ri Bw*T��**r ,I%#S5B FOR YOURSELF
M It's the remedy for your own ailment. Don't send a cent.
AbsolutelyFKE2. No'fetlowur-" circulars. OrXkClbrc
VBU.Cu. HAV��aSTUCKJiO,H'.Mrsili��.4>, LO.SUU.N.liNQ.
The Heart of a Piano is the
Action?   Insist on the
"Otto HigeS5
Piano Action
CANCER
Book Free.     A simple
Home   Ireatment removed
lump from this lady's breiaat
Old aores, ulcers  and
*!**owth�� cured.    Describe
fmr trouble; we will send booh ari<t testimonial���
SUB. CANADA CANCER  INSTITUTE, ��.imit-io
fP CHUItPHIUU AVE,. TORONTO
___���,
A Sistrassing SymptGfii pf iicr-
vous Exhaustion Gureti by   -
Spa Chase's Nerve Fse*%,
Happy Jn His Misery
��� timii*  rne   i  thinir  I  n-m  the most
jmiarable creature in the world.
What's the matter?
���I'm trying to follow this magazine's
rjadvlce on how to be happy.
Please don't bother to see me to the
door, pleaded the departing visitor.
Really, it's no bother at ^all, the
JjostesB assured her. It Ib a 'pleasure.
��� Nothing Left
And what aro we to understand by
<the Biblical expression, tho four
jcornora of thp earth? aaks Uio Instructor iu theology.
Uockfollor'K c.ornor in oil, Jlavcmey-
ker'a corner in niignr. Oarnoglo'8 corner
In fttool, and Patten'rt corner In wheat,
answers the now Hludont.
Doob ho aim at realism In tlio Htor-
Joh ho writes?
H<�� may aim at It but he doesn't,
hit within a mlltlon mllc�� of It.
How- that?
The horo of hliH lawt H'tory Ih a
lri|H;ii<l'lhi-iri Scotnliiiiuu!
the longest ranges.    Twenty of these)
destroyers can  be  built .for  the cost! ladies to stop talking for a moment,
of a single super-dreadnought and the   and you will then be able to hear the
German.naval' experts hold, with am-   thunder of the waters quite distinctly.
pie reason,   that-a super dreadnought
must inevitably  succumb  if attacked
by even ft ve of such small craft.
It is stated by the writer of the article in the Engineer that the attention
of the British government was drawn
to this type in a letter sent to Mr. Asquith some four years ago on behalf
of a group of confidential engineers,
who had been made acquainted with a
certain design _n*epared conjointly by
the late Sir Edward Reed  (a former
chief constructor of the navy) ��ind the
writer of the article.
.   The-design   was  prepared  in  1884
and the engineers alluded to had elaborated the design in accordance with
the progress of naval architecture an 11
armament between 18S4 and 1S09. and-'
had r.'.so taken part in the development;
of submarine   vessels  for naval  purposes. -^. ���
Mr. Asquith formally acknowledged
the receipt of the letter. , says the
writer, and there the matter dropped
so tar as England was concerned.
A different fate, however, awaited an
analogous communication addressed
by the same group of engineers to a
high  quarter in  Germany. Action
thereupon was at once taken under
conditions of a most profound secrecy
which have been successfully uiaia-
tained for nearly four years."
Matters have now reached a development of such magnitude, however
adds the writer, that certain particulars of what Germany is doing have
begun to leak out. ' ���    ^
He considers that in view of the
astute attitude that has just been
taken up by Grand Admiral von Tirpitz
it seems desirable for the British public to be given an Inkling of the true
state of affairs.. The German dread-
nou_hts he declares to be a ruse.
They loom large in popular estimation���and, it is feared, in that of the
British admiralty also���as    the    first
line  OI   0a.li.ie,    uui   ..��   .vU.*.....    ~..~0    ���-.
intended to play a secondary part. The
stress of conflict will.lie with the German destroyers and submarines.
In regard to submarines, the writer
makes" the equally startling assertion
that-a German physician of eminence
has invented a way of bottling up light
and redistributing it round a submerged submarine. In the daytime, when
the surface ot the water ii absorbiuy
light, these rays can be caught up and
reconverted into light under the sea
to enable the commander of the submerged submarine to see his way
fairly well. This means, he claims*
that German submarines can be employed for relatively distant expeditions without detection, as they need
not show themselves in the daytime,
and can wait for night before coming
to the surface to renew their stock
of air.
Asthma Doesn't Wear Off Alone.
Do not make the mistake of waiting
for asthma to wear away by itself.
While you are waiting the. disease is
surely gathering a strongs>v foothold
and youTive in danger of stronger and
vet stronger attacks. Dr. J. D.
Kellogg'* Asthma Remedy taken early
will prevent incipient conditiou from
becoming chronic and caves houru of
awful suffering.
That was an awful mistake the
surgeon made. Tho man he oporatod
on didn't havo what he thought he-
did.
Didn't, have appendicitis at nil, ch?
Oh, ho had appendicitis all right,
but he didn't have any money.
.���a*"   S/r^*0~/ _-i-  v iSSSSV
Mrs. John McKellar.
What sympathy you feel for anyone
whose nerves twitch and jerk, and
what resolves you make to never allow
your nervous system to become exhausted, until paralysis of some form
claims you as a victim. ,
The only way ts to watch tbe warning symptoms, such as sleeplessness,
headache, indigestion, tired feelings
and irritability. By the prompt use of
Dr. Chase's-Nerve Food you can feed
the feeble, wasted nerves back to
heaith and vigor, restore the vitality
of the body, and prevent serious disease.
Mrs. John McKellar. 11 Barton
street east, Hamilton, Ont., writes :���
"I was injured some years ago, and
that left me with a broken-down nervous system. 1 could not sleep, and
suffered from twitching of the nerves
and  disagreeable nervous sensations.
"I then began using Dr. Chase's
Nerve Food, and can say that I never
used any medicine that did me so
much good; in fact, I am entirely
cured of my old trouble. The Nerve
Food not only strengthened the nervee,
but also built up my system in every
way." Undor date of Aug. as*, li'13,
Mrs. McKellar writes, confirming her
euro, nnd states that she has had inquiries froni many people who had
heard of the great benefits sho obtained trom  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.
Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, 50 cents a
box, 6 for $2,50. All dealers, or Ed-
manson, BateB & Co., Limited, Toronto.
_#--3BRBfo-.
^|��
*0��, a box or *���!*���' boxes rar J2.&0,
����� all lUaUiM, �������� Th�� Dodda Metil-
(tin* <;��m��ai*y.  Limited,    Tar��nU.
W. N. U. 942
Mlnnrd'a Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.
Illggs���Ho was very unpopular before i'.u> gamo but- after he scored two
gomlB ho nmdo many friends.
ltlggN���I suppose he mado friends
by tho mcoro, uh?
Whnt an extraordinary curve your
hoi-Ho hiiH got in tho splno, Raid ��i
gentleman to n farmer. Can yon ac-
i'u'm-1. I'm* It?
liy the powoi'H, sir, and to bo euro
T inn nhlo, 1 havo hnartl, hIv, that,
before the beast wan my property ho
wan luicki-.d ngaliiHt unoUier liorflo,
wlil/-'i hr>nt blm hollow, iind I dnrfv-nv
It'll tho ri'jincrh that his buck never
got Htraiglit nWilli.
,  ���-���-mm
IMPERSONATING A  MOTHER
Woman Paid to Act ns Brlde'o Parent
.it Wedding
I-iirlH.���With tho holp or hor undo
a girl named HouehoH has married
ii fnrm hand with whom she foil ln
lovo. i��Hhough 1'of mother hud rofiiHPd
to give her consent to the marriage.
Mile. UoiicIuh was a fuvorl-to of hor
uncle and lived with him at La Cnlna,
III thn Department nf Avoyron. The
tilll-ln miivc ilii-   wifu i>t   iiln intiim ii;;,i!il(
$3110 and two fat o**on to roproHent
at thi ceremony th'* girl's mollui,
who llvf'M in l'arir>. Tho ��'n��ato agont'H
wlto gave her consent to the marriage
and thn ceremony wuh pormrmod.
\4^.r. ��l m,..Iu ...        ^r\...        ,\,m.f.~  I r ..   .        I-
brlnK nn action nun hint tbe uncle und I
the womnn  who acted un hor uubatl
tuto.
Heartless
How did yon got, u'.ong whon you
told your father of our engagement?
asked tho timid young man.
Oh, doar, she answered, M, was
dreadful. I'm so ashamed of papa,
i don't, he llovo ho has a heart.
Was he unfavorable?
That's no name for It. When 1
talked to hlni about our living on lovo
In a cottage on seven dollars a wook
1 couldn't mako uim Hs-ton to rone-m
at. all,
It. wiih evident tlmt the orator's wlfo
wiih not, present to hem* hlni express
hlf* RentlmeniR,
My I'rliMidH, ho shouted, there ought,
to be only ono luiiul to ovory family.
Quito right, replied tho'nervous* and
worried looking man lu the front row.
Vou agree   with   mo,   nlr?   tuld  tho
'.'V!1. t "I*
^ I do. veul'ed the worried lo-okmn
man. I've just pnld for new huts
for nine daugh'.eiM and one wife.
"I
"Ol'UK   iind   l.'lli-liilrlll    Co.
Uliulluii,   Toronlu."
I...    V,|(l-...,.���
*.(   C,i inula.
reliable information concerning the in
vested ci.ty ha^ been allowed to leak
out into the waiting world. Not a
fugitive from within has made his
way through the Bulgarian cordon.
So far as is known, no one from without has ever made his way in. ?lt
is s_*id that wireless communication
maintained with the bels-aguered
garrison, bjut a good many people disbelieve this.
I do not doubt that there have been
attempts  to   communicate  with   Adrianople   by   wireless,   because  X have
seen the operators  busy  at  work  in
the  wireless  station. at  Hadem-keui.
But it is very doubtful  whether any
answer  has  been  received.       It  was
said before the-firsit-defeat of the Ottoman army that the wireless apparatus in s-driauople was defective, and
that once cut off from the world, the
city would have no means of cummuni-
catipn.      Of qourse the pretense that
messages are daily receiv'ed is bravely  keDt up;   but it is  at least probable that this is orily a pretense.    At
any rate, if the headquarters staff and
one or two ministers really do know
the actual state of affairs in Adrianople, they have contrived to keep that
knowledge to  themselves   with  a degree qf secrecy unheard of in Turkey.
Of Europeans here, even among the
oldest  and   best   Informed   residents,
there   are   hardly   to   lie   found   two
whose  opinions  as   to  how long the
town   can   hold   out   agree.       Some
know, with a very positive knowledge
that Adrianople was the one spot in
Turkey oh which military funds were
properly expended.        They    declare
that, however unsound the army may
be,   the   defenses   of- Adrianople   are
worthy    of    the    strongest    military
power  in   Europe;   that   tbe  town  is
amply  supplied  with stores and  ammunition, and can bold out for months.
Others are equally certain that the
garrison, is inadequate and must have
been on short rations ever since the
beginning  of  December,  and   that  it
cannot possibly have enough ammunition to teed the big guns on the forts,
which are the key to the defenses.
The importance of Adrianople
dwarfs all else here. We have al-
.mosti ceased to expect an attack on
the Tehataldja lines. Turkish scouts
reconnoitering the positions held by
the Bulgars at the time of the sign-
in��* of ths armistice report that ths
enemy, having burnt Izzeden-keni and
one or two villages which they formerly occupied, have with drawn even
further north. Evidently they are
concentrating their whole force
against Adrianople. As for such
fighting as may take place in the
Gallipoli peninsula, no one considers
it likely to affect the ultimate issue.
It is upon Adrianople that everything
depends.
'Europeans hero are won��ierin_ rather uneasily, how the- Constantinople
populace will take tbe news of the fall
of Adrianople when that news arrives.
Hitherto the apathy of tha people of
this town has been astonishing. No
one could possibly infer from the conduct of the people in the streets that
their country is at war, that their politicians-are fighting among themselves,
and that the enemy is less than thirty
miles from the city.
Interest in-the affairs of the nation
seems to be confined exclusively to
the governing classes and to European residents. This is not simply
due to the ignorance of the masses.
There must have been in England at;
the time of the coming of tho Armada as great n proportion of illiterate
people as there'are in Constantinople
today. Yet unless our historians
have lied wonderfully well, Drake's exploits rang through England; the coming of tho Spanish galleons was discussed in every alehouse und hedge
Invent; and the unlettered mob were
as keenly alive to tbe nation as was
Queen Bess herself.
The means of disseminating; news
ln Ellzabethlan England were infinitely scantier than they are In modorn
Stamboul: for though the bulk of the
people may be' unable to* road for
thomtHC-lvcB there is no lack of Turkish, Greek and Armenian lu-wtpapei-s,'
which art* read aloud lu the cafes by
the one or two educated penman who,
In the East, are always to bo found
in any gathering.
No It la not Ignorance which prevents the Turkish people flotn manifesting uny Interest in the. fnte of
their country. Tho dosert Arab ls
just ns llllterato na ihe average Turkish peasant. Yet barely n year ago
In Tripoli, 1 saw an army of mon
whom patriotic ..���nthur-Ubiii had s-iil.
against, tho llnlluns from ovory corner of north Africa. The ltal'an war
was dlscusHetl by hooded desert, juntos-
mon from the western Sahtiin to the
Yemen. f'nmel drlverp,'' nbophoi'dfi,
caravan rldorn from an I'nr away as
���Dftrfur nnd VVndal were lift keenly In-
toroHted In tho fie of Tripoli as though
It lay three hour1*' rldo fr<nn I'l-Mr
tentri, lu-'l'1!'.���'. of throe n'nntl"V rnnreb
nwny.
Father Instead
M other (after relating pathetic
Btoiry)���-Now lleggle, wouldn't you like
lo give your bunny to that poor ll-ttilo
boy you saw to-day who hiiKii't any
father?
lU-t't-.k* (e.liii,iihiug j-i'bhlt) Couldn't
wo give blm  fiu'lier In-toii'l?
Bent it
Doctor,   r.'i!!   'ir-   e-invaleveent    nil-
lle-iit,  I in   a.   p nn*  mail.  i'o  would  yon
mind  Inking out   purl  of your bill  In
trade?
I ii    ,.i,,i,��      ,.,,'    ,,-,   ,.,     4V,t    ,.,,u.,,l,.    f .'.-
What  Ih vnur i*n<le"
I'm biuiu drummer lit , a Klivt-i
hlUid.
The  Last  Man  in  District to be Suspected of Crime Was Criminal?
; Paris, France.���After being terrorized for five years by a mysterious
bandit, the inhabitants of a di&'rict
near.Grasse are able to breathe freely again. The bandit has been captured at last. His name is Paul
Chiapali, and he is a farmer, aged
25 and the very last man the people
would have suspected.
The crimes wlh .which he is charged
number at least seventy. The series
began with fires at farms and private
houses, and later on other places were
ransacked and horses and cattle were
killed?
At night people were fired at and
some were seriously injured. Tbe
criminal always left notes in the places
he ransacked, and in spite of the ut- j
most vigilance on the part of sixty-
speoial police he has only just been
captured. Three detectives from
Paris identified the handwriting left
behind as that of the farmer Chiapali.
He has confessed.
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AGENTS WANTED
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FEMALE HELP WANTED
LADIES WANTED���To do work at
home; decorating cushion tops; can
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wor.../Armour Art Co., Dept N, 43
Steele Blk., Winnipeg.
Miller's Worm Powders destroy
worms without any inconvenience to
the child, and so effectually that they
pass from the body unperceived. They
are not ejected in their entirety, but
are ground up and pass away through
the bowels with the excreta. They
thoroughly cleanse the stomach and
bowels and leave them in a condition
hot favorable to worms, and there will
be no revival of tbe pests.
Useful Suit of Clothes
London.-���A resident of Towcaster.
Northants, has-worn the same suit of
black clothes  at  287  funerals and  a
wedding.
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"J-R Bine is much better
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5 months, as it
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The victim of indigestion who
wants to tat a good meal, and he will
suuer if he eats one, finds poor conso-
laLion in picking ana choosing a diet.
As a matter of fact you caiiuot get
relief by cutting uown your diet to a
starvation basis. The stomach must^
oe strengthened until you can eat gooc0
nourishing food. The only way to
strength��n the stomach is to enrich
the blood and thus tone up the nerves
that control it. The only way to enrich the blood, and tone up the nerves
and give strength to the stomach-���
strength that will fenable it to properly
di^sst any kind of food-���is through
a fair use of Dr.'-'Williams'.Pink Piils.
rhe one mission of these Pills is to
make rich, red blooti. that reaches
every part and every organ of the
body, bringing renewed health and
activity. The following case illustrates the value of Di. Williams' Pink
Pills in indigoti !..'i..
Mis.s Lottie Carr, of Lequille, N. S.,
says: "For severay years I have been
a great sufferer from chronic indiges-
T;r-���. At t'.m?s I c!'.***fiOS't Io?.t!*.e- tool.
an-' no matter bow hungry, 1 found
ta-it to eai even lightly was followed
by great distress and often nausea. 1
tried many so-called cures, but did not
get more than temporary relief, and
naturally I was going down both in
health and strength, and was greatly
discouraged. While in this despondent condition I was advised to try
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I doubted
that they would cure me after so
many other medicines had failed, but
as I wanted health and the Pills were
highly recommended 1 decided to try
ihem. I am thankful now that I did
bo, for after taking Dr. Williams Pink
Pills for five or six weeks every vestige of the trouble had left me, and 1
waa again blessed with the best of
health. From my own experience I
believe there Is no case of indigestion
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills will not cure,
if given a fair trial."
You can get these Pills from any
medicine dealer or by mall, post paid,
at 50 cents a box or six boxes for
$2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockvllle, Ont.
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MOTHERS for their CHILDREN -VVHILS
TEKTH1NG, with PERFECT SUCCESS, tt
SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the GUM3.
AIXAYS all PAIN; CURES WIND COLIC, atra
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colutely hjsrtnlcss. Be sure find fisk for *'B?fS��
\Vinslow's"soothing Svrup," and take BO olbef
kind.   Twcsty-five cents a bottle.
to Clip
Horses, Mule* and Cow*. Tbey an
healthier and reader hotter service.
W lien tli a heavy coat thut holds tbr
wetBwctttond dirt Is.retDOved. they
nrorjioroe*ollyl���pt clean, look better
���set more good from tbolr teed ond
are bettor in ovory vraj.   Jnolst OS
tov,B8The^Stewart
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Clipping G-achino
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other. Oears aro ail Hlo hard and
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Tlioy aro oaolOHed, pro- c__^>�����
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little frlotlon.ltttte wear. *2r*um
Haa al x foot of now Ktyloeimjr runnlna
tlcxiliin shaft and tho ca!sbrs,tvd
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SECRETARY     G'ulLTY     OF
CRIMC
Had no Right to Disregard Magls.
tratc's Warrant by Relenslng
New Firebug
London.���Mr. McKenna'a troubles
with the suflniKotioa are two-otlgcd,
for now it is Miggeated that the homo
uoeiviary waa [guilty of a seriona crlmo
ln ordorlnfi the roloane of the Biiffra-
gettc, Lillian Lonton, who waa arrested for tho Kew Onrde-nR ontrnivo. A
A person who knowingly assiatd a prls.
oner to oscapo la liable to a sentence
ol* Hovon yo-ars penal Bervitudo, and
it i�� pointed out Unit iMul-onmi a act-
tlon wub a broach of a justlcc'H warrant, which even cabinet tnluldU-ra
muHt roiipect.
Would  Detain  Her
You usod to want to hold my bund
boforo   wo   were   married,   slm  com-
plulnod.
I'd  iiki'  io  now, Kiti<i  no oasily, but
ii    niiiilil   Ki'ij'  ^<iii   U'uni   yuiiv huin-L-\
wot*!', my noar.
Thoughtlessness
They say the world Ib round aud yet
1 oftrni think it square,
So many little hurts wo got
Prom corners here and there.
But one sad truth in life I'vo found
While journeying oast and west
Tlie only, J'olku wo really wound
Aro those we love the best.
Wo flatter tho.s,o we Bcnrcely know
We proline  tho Hooting guest,
And deal full many a thoughtle_s blow
To those we lovo tho bent.
Why Did He7
Daughter of tho Houhc���Is It right
what mother Kays���that you are a
Holf-mado man?
Vlaiitoi���Yes, my dear. Hut what
mnkeB you ask?
Daug-Hter of tho Houao���I was only
wondering what mado you givo your*
aolf ouch a funny face.
WJfc���What, do you moan by tolling
Mra, Crowt'o'H lniahnnd you never a**k
my iirtvleo about anything.
ITiiKbiind���Well, my dear. I don't.
You ilon't wait to be nidunl.
Invention Rampant
Wo are living in a grand ami won-
droiiH ago, romnrkod a railway lwiHHon-
gor lo ii Htninger who occuplod thu
seat bi-v'ble blm. Invontlon !�� ram-
punt overyvvlnii'.
Y<*h, unld IiIh conipanloti, that l��
about   whit!  I oliHorvoJ to a wIIiiohm In
It    iliwrillil.    .H..iiu,,i    im:    I i *...-.l! I> ,    i nil u
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n��*.r.(��lf.
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hilionsnoHfl. or bv inactive bowels
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Our columns are open to contributions deMling iuxnatrera of Jnsial interest and the welfare of the couimunity. Contribution)-, must be biief aud  ���������signed.  /~"\ i TT        *        1  Ureston Hotel  m * FOR WINTE  Mrs. B. I amberton  Editor and MaoH*"*er������������  ������     I  The Leading  Hotel of tbe  _** ;x  x-ruii  X>Ztl  Anglers of tbe Piovmce have much cause for satisfaction  in the fact that the trout fishing' season has been advanced  by ten days, which rneaus that it opened March 15. The  Baster holidays fall mach eatlier this year than usual. Mr.  Bowser, the. Commissioner of Fisheries, realized that many  of the sportsmen in the Province, who aire accustomed to  spend the Kastertide fishing, wouid be disappointed this  Spring if the old regulations as. to the opening of the season  continued. He accordingly communicated with Mr. Hazen,  the Minister at Ottawa, who is responsible for the fishing  regulations. The result has been that an arrangement was  reached whereby it   will   be   possible   for  anglers  to  enjoy  1  their customery sport this Easter as in previous years. This  earlier opening applies throughout the Province. Mr. Bow"  ser deserves the congratulations of all sportsmen for haviug  been instrumental in bringing about this change iu the  regulations.  Our   Guests  Call   c/lgain  *W>y  \/OU will make "no mistake  when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel? Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  *fm\ Y A LS Syrup of White  Pine  and Tar is very  ^  _       _. ��������� _r  ! ������_   eiteclive.  Packaged in 25 and 50 cent bottles.  zr  / B* Moran  Prop.  m  ii  in- -b-Uffl-rh-  .ill  ifl  LOLSly  NYALS Laxacold, break up a cold in 24 hours-  Poes not coniain Quinine.  Sells at 25 cents a packige.  Creston Drug&Jtsook *L>o.  Phone 51  &:-&<-������-f3-.������''������-'3>r:'-������^  _*  aessc"  11  If 1 Mil.  00 I  r f s ���������  8@* NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT.  Confined to nis Horn������ for Weeks.  "Heavy *������<������*, saver������ straini-op and evil habits In youth brought on  Varicose Velus.    Vv'hoi*. 1 worked bard tho aching would become  sever������ raid I was often laid up for a, week at a time.    My family  hysiciau told mo an operation was rny only hope���������but I dreaded It.  _ tried several specialises, but. soon found out ell tbey wanted was my  money.   I commenced to look upon all doctors as httlo better than  rogues. Ouo _ay my boss asked���������ia why 1 v.-_s off work so much and  v.* ^_S^_f    Ji toid him my condition,     lie advised _i������ to consult Drs. Kennedy &  ^s^j>       WgiiiiW     Kennedy, as be had taken treatment from them himself and knew  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  (Kest equipped Livery in Town)  Ail cl isa of TURNOUTS supplied at sborfe notice    The latest styles of  CUTTERS ������-d BUGGIES for sale aud hire     Saddle and pack; horses a    -^  Speciality. ?..���������?-  Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Oo.       Horses.for sale  m  _>  !'������������������������������������ % 7  .. thev wero square and ski:i.Y.t.   I wrote them aad got Tna New  _*/-_5 Method T"���������_.T-ent.   My prof-ress was somewhat slow and during  *������-r?^_* tho first month's treatment. I was somewhat discouraged.   However,  I continued treatment for three mouths longer and was rewarded  _ -with a complete cure.   IcouJd only earn SI- a week in a machine  \Z shop before treatment, now I p,m earnini*; SSt and never loose a day.  I wish all sufferers knew ol your valuable treatment.   "  YEENBY C. LOCUST.  "���������. tim^ti*  ' Sft������-*K  ...  titiyQti? ti  ruses'.  HAS  YOUR  SLOOP   BEEfi   DiSSASED?  BLOOD POISONS are the most prevalent and most serious diseases. They sap the  very life blood of the victim and unless entirely eradicated from the system ivfll cause  serious complications. Boware of Mercury. It may suppress tho symptoms���������our NEW  SLETHOD cures all blood diseasea.  TOUNG OE MEDDLE AGED MEK.���������Imprudent acts or later excesses have broken  down your system. You feel the symptoms steaiiag over yoa. Blentaily, physically and  vitally you are not the man you used to be or should be. Wiii you heed the danger signals?  Has  rrcD     i you.   what jc nas cone tor otaera it xr..i co ior you.   Consultation  Fre������.   Kb matter who has treated you, -write for an honest cp'nion Fr-e of Charge.  Books Freei���������"Boyhood, Manhood, Fatherhood."   (Ulustrated) on i)_eases of Men.  NO NASIES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT. PRIVATE. No names oa  boxes er envelopes. Everything- Confidential. Queation List and Cost of- Treatment  FREE FOR HOME TREATMENT.  in  Hi   Feed for aal^  iib . ���������  ifli   I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains  $i .'���������������������������������������������-���������'-���������'  ���������W   at ai|y hour <f fhe day or night.    Comrnerci'il men and landseekers,  will  ������, receive prompt attention  I   f    Se   ws  BVIUV>- vw.tfj^i.   I?M^  ���������$ Phone 5G Sirdar Avenue , ^I3o:r.I4  _  BBSI-sbB-ST Jg������  SS       - i S m, es   _ sssfa isssr-  ������iir������������wHARflV C. WILLIS  ���������gf. 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I  or  mnn  ������ WlJ-WVTMrfeW  ~    ~~ IBIS HssFH-i-ffH  JUllTlilClUUUD  '.'���������.-.������.   ;       By  GENE STRAtTQN  ���������FORT  ER  Copyright, 1009, by Doubleday. Page  "& Co.  SYNOPSIS  Although a good scholar. Elnora Comstock, entering high school,'-���������1 abashed by  her country dress." Sho needs $20 for  bdoks ond tuition fees. Her mother ia  unsympathetic, and Elnora tells her troubles to Wesley Sinton, an old neighbor.      ���������  >   When Elnora -was born her father was '  drowned  ln  a   swamp,   embittering   her  mother's life.' Elnora determines to raise  money   by   gathering   forest   specimens.  The Sintons buy clothes for her.  Elnora, getting her books cheaply, finds  a market with the Bird Woman for butterflies, Indian relics, etc. , i  Mrs. Comstock _ devotion to her hus-  band's memory will not permit her to  eel! trees or havo oil wells dug on her  land. The Sintons bring EJnora new  clothing.  Elnora is?delighted.with her outfit. .Hen  mother sayB she must pay for it.    Wes- j  ley and Margaret Sinton discuss tbe girl's  affairs.  Pete Corson, a Limberlost frequenter,  warns Elnora not to visit the Limberlost  at night or go far into the swamp *-*,t any  time.  tne loose swamp- 10am.  "Elnora'" called Sinton.   "Elnora!'"  "Oh. Uncle Wesley," cried the girl,  "see what luck we've had!   1 know we  have a dozen and n half cocoons, and  we buve three pupae cases.    It's much  harder to get the cases be'eause you  have to dis for them,' and you can't  see where to-look.    But Pete ls One at  it.    He's found three, and be says he  will keep watch alone the roads nod  through the woods as he hunts,    isn't  that splendid of him?    Uncle Wesley,  there is a college over there on   the  western   ed������e  of   the  swamp.     Look  el.osely and you can see the great dome  up -among the clouds."  "I should .say you hare had Incli.".  ..siiiU Sint,������ii, striving to make his -voice  na turn i.'   "nut l thought yon were u<>:  coming to; flit* swanipV"  ������������������Well,  I  wasn't." said Binora."./"but-  I   couldn't   find   many  anywhereelsi*  houi'st 1 couldn't.'and just as soon a.*  I   cunuv to   tlio  edge   1   began   to  see  t!:t>ni   here.     i   kept   my   promise,  didn't come in alone.    I'ete came wit:  the.    lie's so strong     lie isn't afr.ili1  of anything, and he's perfectly-sp'Ieii  did to locate cocoons.    He's found bal!  of these,    Come on. I'ete.    It's getUm-  dnrU now. and we must go."  They started for the trail. Pet? car  rylng the cocoons. Ho, left them at  the case, while Minora and Sinton  went on to the carriage together.  "Elnora Comstock. what does this  mean?" demanded her mother.  "It's all right. One of the uelghbors  was with her, and she got several dollars' worth of stuff," Interposed Sinton.  CHAPTER X������.  Wherein Elnora Discovers a Violin and  billy Disciplines Margaret.  rj^LMORA missed the little-'figure  IW I at the bridge the nest morning.  I B_J She slowly walked up the  l***8"^! street and turned fa at -the  wide entrance to ihe school grounds.  She scarcely could comprehend that  only a week ago she had gone there  friendless, alone, and so sick at heart  that she was physically 111. Today she  had decent clothing, books, friends and  her mind was at ease to work on her  studies.  As she approached home that night  the girt paused in amazement. Her  mother bad company, and she was  laughing. Elnora entered the kitchen  softly and peeped into tbe sitting room.  Mrs. Comstock sat !u ber chair holding a book and every few seconds a  soft chuckle "broke into a real laugh.  Mark Twain was doing his work, while  Mrs. Comstock was not lacking in a  sense of humor.    Elnora entered the  .roora before her mother saw her. Mrs.  ?Co_Jstock looked up with flushed face.  "Where did you get this?" ahe der  tndnded.  V_ bought it," said Elnora,  '-#. "'Bought iti   With all the taxes duel"  "ti- "I paid for it out of my Indian mon-  "%y, inotuer-," said Einora.    ~'i couldn't  looking for?"   he asked   bgsbt-Hife-'tisY.bear to spend so much on" myself and  he presented a wild cherry twig.   :?5|-f  "Oh,  Tete,  that _  a   prometuea! '1;  CHAPTER XI. ^^  Wherein Mrs. Comstock and Mm, S:-^  ton Clash Over Billv.  Tbat was the -Dishing stroke.  , "Yes. I'll take care of yon," premised Pete Corson. N-  ������������������Goody!" said Elnora. "I/et's start  quick! And Pete, you look at these  closely, and when yon are hunting or  going along the road if one dangles  under your nose you cut off the little  Iwlg and save it for me. will you?"  ������������������Yes. I'll save you all 1 see," promised Pets. So pusbsS back his hat  and followed Elnora. She plunged  fearlessly through bushes, over underbrush and across dead logs. One minute she was crying wildly that here  ���������was a big one. the next she was reaching for a limb above her head or on,  her knees overturning dead leaves under a hickory or oak tree or pushing  aside black muck with ber bare hands  as sbe searched for buried pupae  cases. For the first hour Pete bent  back bushes and followed, carrying,  ���������what Elnora? discovered. Then he  found one.  "Is this the kind of? th!c_ yoa .ars?  Y _cthing at an on j-cu.  ������ >vtts airaia to-  didn't even hope to _ud one."  "What's the bird like?" asked Pete.  "Almost black wings," said Elnora.?  "with clay colored edges aud the most  ���������wonderful wine colored flush over the?  under side If It's a male and stronger  ���������wine above  and  below  If it's a fer  -la'.s.    Oh, areirt 1 happyI"  "How would? It do to make what  you have into a bunch that we could  leave here and come back for them?"  "That would be all right." ���������  ��������� i  -Relieved  of   his   load.   Pete .began  ���������work.     First' be   narrowly   examined  ���������the cocoons  Elnbra- had   found.    He  -questioned her it;?-to what other kinds  ���������would be like.-   'Tie began .to use the ;  .eyes of a trained woodman nnd hunter ''  iln her behalf.   He saw several so easily  and  moved  through  the  forest so  eoftly thnt Elnora 'forgot ihe moths in  ���������W/itchlng him.    Presently she was car  ���������rylng lhe specimens nnd he was ma!:  Ing  fhe  trips  of  Investigation   t<������   seo  which wnjp a cocoon and which a ourl-  <ed leaf, or he wns down on his knees  ���������digging around stumps.   As lie worked  ���������ho kept asking questions.    Whnt kind  ���������of logs were best to look beside, what  -trees were pupae cases most iiisely to  be under, on  what bushes dkl.cator-  ���������plllars  spin   most  frequently?'   Time  ���������passed, as It n.lwny* does when one's  ���������occupation Is absorbing.  When the Sintons had taken Mrs.  ���������Comstock homo they stopped to seo If  Elnora was imfe. Rhe wns not at  ibome. aud thoy hnd not soon hor along  'the way. Mrs. Comstock called about  *lio edge of hor woods and received no  ���������reply. Thon Sinton turned nnd drove  Iback to tho Limberlost. Ho left Mar-  ���������jjorot and Mrs, Comstock holding tho  -team and onlcrtnltitng Billy und en-  ttorotl tho swamp, i  JSlnorn aud Pete Iind left u wide trail  litdtUid them. Before Sinton had  thought of calling ho beard voices and  iipiutiachcd will) hoiiio caution. Soon  ho miw ('jlnorn. hoc Unshod faco bourn*  ing au she bent with an armload of  twigs and branches .nnd talked to n  knoollng iiinn.  "Now go eiuiflou'dy." who was snylng,  "I ii in Just sure ivi* will Und an im-  pcrlallH hero. It's their vory kind of a  place. There: What did I toll youi  Isn't th.it hj^c'idkl*.' 6li, I inn ������>������ ul'id  yon eanie with mo!"  Sinton stood nnd stared In speech-  icss iiston lull meat, for the mnn hnd  n'lson, hrushed the dirt from IiIh hand*  and held out to Elnorn a .small shining  dnil. pupa case, .As his faco swung  Into view Sinton utmost cried out, for  lio was tho man of all others Wesley  know with whom lie most feared for  j-iiiuiu'h t-u-iy.     oi'w b.ai   iiiui on   Win  icnoos dlgalng pupao cnaos for hor from  "-Tashr thandereu asss. Gowsfo?-.  "Be quiet Never mention those thhags  before me agiin���������never as ions- ua you  live. I loathe them. They ar& a snare  of the very devii himself. Tbey were  made to lure men and .women from  their homes and tbelr honor. If ever I  see you with'one in your fingers 1 will  smash it in pieces."  Naturally Einora hushed, but sbe  thought of nothing else after she had  done justice, to her lessons. At last  there came a day when for some reason the leader of the orchestra left his  violin on the grand piano. That morning Elnora made her first mistake in  algebra. At noon, as soon as the.  great building was empty, sb^ slipped  into the auditorium, found the side  door which iedto the stage, and. go  ing through the musicians' .entrance.,  she took tlie violiu. She carried it  hack Into the little side room where  the orchestra assembled, eloped all the  floors, opened the case and lifted out  the instrument.  She laid It on her breast.'dropped hei  <��������� h 111 ��������� on  i t a a d  dre w ? the bo w soft 1 >  across, the strings.    One after another  she tested  the open  Botes.    They., "re  .minded her of things.    Gradually her  stroke ceased to tremble and she drew  rhe bow firmly.    Then her fingers up  gan   to   fall,   and   softly,   slowly   she  searched up and down those strings foN,  .souuds   she   knew.     Standing- In   the  middle of the floor, she tried.ever' and  over.    It seemed scarcely a minute before the hall was filled with the'-sound  of hurrying feet, and she was forcer!  to put away the viollu and go to her  classes..  Of food she never thought un  til she noticed how heavy ber luuch  bos was on the way home, so she sat  on the. log by the swamp and remedied  that.    The next day she prayed that  the violin would be left again, but her  petition was not answered.  That uight when she returned from  the school she made an excuse to go  doT/rii to see Biiiy. He was engaged in  hulling walnuts by driving them  through holes in a board. His bauds  were protected by a pair of Margaret's  old gloves, but he had speckled his  face generously. He looked well and  greeted Binora hilariously.  "Me an' the squirrels are laying up  our winter stores!" he shouted. "'Cos  the cold Is coming, an' the snow, an* if  we bave any nuts we have to Qx 'ens  now. But Vm ahead, 'cos XTncie Wesley made me this board, and I can hull  a big pile while the old squirrel does  only 1st one with his teeth."  Elnora picked bim up and kissed him.  '���������Billy, are you happy?" she asked.  "Yes. and so's Snap." answered Billy  "You ought to see him make the dirt  tiy when he gets after a chipmunk."  . He espied Wesley and rau to ?s_bw  hlni a walnut too big to go through the  holes, and Elnora and --Margaret ..wept.,  into the house.  They talked of many things for a  time, and then Elnora said" suddenly,  ������������������A-unt Margaret. I like music."  ."I've'? noticed t-at^ia you aii your  iifef" answered Margaret,  m*mmmtg^^ssffsm^m  ��������� "Ha������ she got it?" ' ' i  "Kg.    I've never heart! ner meaiiol*-,  It    It was not at hoflae when  be-  when he died." ' ��������� !  "Do you know where it is?"  "Ye3.   I'm the only person ori earth  who does, except the one who has It."  "Who ls that?"*  "I can't tell' you, but I will see It  i  -__5-3E__K3_-P  bay the dress I should have liked to,  and I thought the book would be co_i=  pany while I was gone. I haven't  read it, but I do hope it's good." [ ^  "Good! It's tbe biggest piece of  foolishness I have read in all my life.  I've laughed all day ever since I found  it. I had n notion tc go out and read  some of it to the cows and see if tbey  wouldn't laugh."  "If It made you  laugh, it's a wise  book." said Elnora.  "Wise!" cried Mrs. Comstock.   "You  can stake'your life it's a wise book.   It  takes the smartest man there Is to do  this kind of fooling."    And she^began  laughing again.  ,    Elnora. highly satisfied with her pur-  : chase,  went  to  her room and put on  I her working clothes.    Thereafter she  made a point of gel ting a book thnt  she thought would Interest her mother  from the library evvry week and leaving It on the sitting room table.   Every  night she carried   home at icast two  schoolbooks and studied until she had  mnstercd  the   points  of  each  lesson.  She did ber share of the work faithfully, aud every available mlnuto she  ; was in the Holds searching for cocoons,  ' for tho moths promised to become her  j best source of Income.  ,    Sho gathered large baskets of nests,  flowers, mosses. Insects and all sorts  ' of natural history specimens and sold  thom to the grade teachers.    jVt first \  oho tried to tell these Instructors what  to teach thoir pupils about tbe specimens,   but.   recognizing   how    much  more she knew than  thoy, one after  another beggoit her to study nt home,  and use hor spare hours in school to  exhibit nnd explain nature aubjects to  their pupils.    Elnora loved the work,  and she needed the money, for every  few days some mailer of expenso nroso  thul. site had not ex peeled.  When Iho iniisle swelled from tho  school orchestra Elnorn's honrt, almost  broke with throbbing joy. for music  always hnd affected her strangely, and,  , since sho had been comfortable enough  - In hor surroundings to notlco things,  '���������!io had listened lo every note to find  what It was that, literally hurt her  heart, ant] ������t Inst she know. It was  ihe talking of the violins. Thoy wore  human voices, mid tljoy spoke a Inn-  I^uuk'- I'JInoiii iiuiiei'stooil. It seemed  to her that she must olliaib up on tin*  stage, take (lie Instruments from tho  lingers of lhe players nnd mako them  speak what was in her heart. Sho  fairly prayed to got bold of oue, if only  for a second.  That night sho said to her mother:  "I am perfectly crazy for n violin, 1  am Hiiro ! could pl*-J" ������hc; '.un* us I  ed Elnora, and then in amazement  watched the face of Margaret Sinton  grow pale.  "A violin!" she wavered. "Where did  you get a viollu?"  "They fairly seemed to speak to me  In the orchestra. Ona day the con  ductor left bis In the auditorium, and  I took it. aud ,.Auut Margaret I,3can  make It do the wind in the swamp,  the birds ar>d the animals. . 1 ���������ran  make any sound i over heard on it.  If I had a chauce to practice a little  I could make It do the orchestra miisle  too. I don't know how I know. but.I  ilo."  "Did���������did you ever mention It to  your mother?" faltered Margaret    ,  "Yea. and she seems prejudiced  against thom; but. ob. Aunt Margaret.  I never felt so about anything.- not.  even going to school. I just feel as  If I'd die If 1 didn't have one. 1 could  keep It nt school iind practice nt noon  a whole hour. Soon they'd ask ine to  play iri the orchestra. I could keep  It In the case and practice In the  woods In summer. You'd let me play  hero over Sunday. Oh. Aunt Margaret, what docs one cost? Wonld It be  wicked for me to take of ray own  money and buy n very cheap ono? 1  conld piny on tho least expensive ono  made."  "Oh. no. you couldn't. A cheap machine makes cheap music. You got  to have a fine fiddle to make It alng.  But there's no sense In your buying  one. There Isn't a decent reason an  earth why you shouldn't havo your  fa"~  "My father's!" cried Elnora. Sbe  caught Margaret Sinton by tho arm.  "My father had a violin! He played  It? Thnfii why I can! WhoYe Is It?  Is It lu our house? Is It In mothor'a  roon\?"  "Elnora!" panted Margaret * "Your  mother will kill mo! Sho always  hutod It!" *  "Mother dourly loves miifllc," snld  Elnora.  "Not, when It took tho man oho  loved a way from her to make It."  "Whore Is my father's violin?"  "Eluorn!"  "I've nover ncen n picture of my father. I've never beard his name mentioned. I've never had u sernp tH������t  belonged lo him. Was he my Hither  or am I a charity child llko Billy, nud  so she hatos mo?"  "Shu's got good pictures of hlni.  Soe-in she juhI can't boar to bear him  talked about. Of course, he wan your  father. They lived right thoro when  you woro born. Sho don't dlsilko you.  J-lhc Ju:;t tries to mako Uc-i'.Sflf ihiulc  THE   HOME  OF   THE  TRANSIENT  m  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  Ithe best and most  popular hotel. in  the hoot en ays  Run ������m strictly up-to-date  lines." Unexcelled service in  all departments. Kitchen  staff (including -cook) all  white ladies. Eveiy comfort  and attention given to gue is  The bar is s upplied with  only the best brand of goods.  Porters Meet Trains  KME'RON.  live.    Old any ouo"~-    Minora novor ' ������,J0  UotJB-   'There's  no senao  in  tho  coraplotcd that eoutonco. world in you not havinu; his vlolln.  ' -y     ���������  - ������,'��������� "-������',"��������� - '-    ���������  ���������  ' ������������������"**'  "My   father's!"   cried   Elnora.     Sho  caught  Margaret by the arm.  Hut-if your  aiothir.- s_da it out sbe  vvill uever forgive me."  "I can't help it." said Elnora. "I  want that violin,   f want it now."  "I'll go tomorrow and get it if It has  not been destroyed."  "Destroyed! Oh. Aunt Margaret,  would any one dare?"  "1 hardly think so. It was a good  instrument. He played it like a master."  "Teli me," breathed Elnora.  "His hair was red and curled more  ���������ban yours, and his eyes were blue.  He was tall, slim and the very imp of  mischief. He joked and teased all day  until he picked up that violin. Then  his head bent over it and his eyes got  big and earnest. He seemed to^ listen  as if he first beard the notes and then  copied them. Sometimes he drew the  bow trembly, like be wasn't sure it  was right and he might have to try  again. He could almost drive yoa1  crazy when he wanted to. and no man  that ever lived could make, you dan/e  ;is he could. He made it all up as he  went. He seemed to listen for u^s  dancing' music?--; too'?-?' It" appeared to  come to him.   He'd begin to play and  ������/il     iliUi    fl-    titvp    I.. ....     ....  --J*..",!-?; I   lit' Sitil.  i be   le. .*���������-   v.-1're.  rol'irj*-,   d^v-.',    ,  *������'S ebt'eus     "CHI.  4\.Oii!   .tia'^.-.i'i'i  ������������������oliliecl.     ������������������Why   naven i   ., mi   iu.ti  .b'Hii   hi.ii   .*"i'i.*ier':     I   IVpi   .-(s   u   \  iau gju-ii   tn*.   i.t'liei   in  mi'  uv.ii-:  U..t I cou.il toitiji hiin.    I liiii w-t- in ���������  oo;     \Vli.v <li,in'i.  jou evVi   red   uu- In-  ore?    t'o  on.ggo  on.      li'U.uie   iiiun ���������  ibout in*, father."  ���������;'*Valt uuiil I see If I can get tin-  ?io!ln."  So Elnorn \reni home In suspense.  and that uigbt sbe added to her prayers, "lieu i* Lord, be merciful to my  father und, oh, do nelp Aunt Margaret  to get his violin."  Wesley nud Billy came In to supper  tired and. hungry. Billy ate heartily,  but his eyes often rested on a plate of  tempting cookies, and wben Wesley  offered tbem to the boy he reached for  one. Margaret was compelled to explain thnt cookies were forbidden that  night because Billy had used a bad  word that day.  "What!" said Wesley. "Wrong words  been coming again? Oh. Billy, 1 do  wish you could remember! I can't sit  and cat cookies before a little boy who  has none. I'll have to put mine back  too."   And Margaret did the same.  Then Billy slid from bis cbalr. ran  to, tbo couch, buried hia face in Ihe  pl|low and crlod heart brokenly. Wesley hurried to tho barn and Margaret  to the kitchen. When tbo dishes were  almost washed Billy slipped from the  back door.  Wesley, piling hay into tbe loungers,  heard a sound behind him and inquired, "That you, Billy?"  "Yes," answered Billy, "nnd It's all  eo dark you can't soo ine now, Isn't It?"  "Well, mighty near," answered Wesley.  "Then you stoop down and open your  month."  Wesley bent over tho small flgaro  nnd received an Installment of cooky  tbat almost choked him.  "Now you can ont it" shouted Billy  ln delight. "It's ull dark. I cuu't sec  what you're doing 't nil."  Wesley picked up tho small figure  and set tlie boy on the back of a bor.-*e  to bi'lnj������ hlv* race level no that they  could talk as men.  "Now. what a dandy scheme!" he  cominoiiiod. "Did you and Aunt Mur-  Biirot (Ix It up?"  "No. Sho ain't hnd hers yet. But I  got ono for hor. 1st as soon us you eat  yours l nm going to tako hers and food  liar first tlmo I Und her ln the dark."  "But, Billy, whoro did you get tbo  roolfli-.ui'i*      Vm    *"������*,Cy7   AlIHt   M^.TS-'f-t  Ruld you wero not to havo any."  Creitott Bute d  Supply Co.  BtstO-ttolrfles  FOP_D  n ait  AKLAND  ftwm Hmpkmmi$  MASSBY-H ARRIS  Nou better.    We guarantee  tbem.  6a$ j������figirte$  STICKNEY  The Best  We    also   handle   cheaper  grades. /.  f mmmmr ^0  A pump for  every   purpose.  The highest test for less  money than coiiipcditors.  (Ms and Ureases  A full  stock of  oils  aud  greases always ou hand.  Creston /Into a  -ti-tnl-u <������&  PROFESSIONALS  R. STEW ART  Real Estate. Loans and General Brokerage  Special   repressneative? The   Nationa  Realty Company  Creston  B.C.  DENflSTRY  i���������?. E. HAlZd. D. S.  Office   over   Frank Parks Hardware  ���������Store���������Baker Street.  CRANBROOK,  b. a  GUY   LOWENBERG  OONSUl.llNQ    ENmXBEH  :RESTON      . '   .'-       B.C.  MR. &   MRS. CROMPTON  Teachers of  Piano, Violin, Singing  Music Supplied foivOmicei'ts & i-mi****--  OKIiLL, YOUNG&Uf,  ���������._������ih1 E-Uitt-hic>i Insnrtiri'***.'  HOUSES  I'O HEM'  JRHSTON      -        .      B.C.  T A-0'.-''-TT     Of"'"XJO^itxTIC'7 T������ i  j^vj.ii. p"wrivjjfl-!/l^JLI      '  Fire, Life and, Accident Insurance  BEAL, ESTATE, Eto.  TRAIL     .-,       -���������'���������'     -. B.C.  tS< g. SSevaWy ilBflr*  OVKR 08 YEARS  EXPE-RICNC-  Tradk "Marks  DE8IQNQ  CopynianTo Ac.  Anyono BfindlpB a nkototi and doaorlntlnn mny  nuloltly iumbrtiilii our oiilnlon froo wliothor an  Invonnon in prohnlily i^tontnYiIn. .Onmmunlon.  tloii������jitrlol.hr<ioiiililoii    "  soutfroo. oi'loat tiao... ..��������� ���������._.   J'ntnnU toknn lliroiioli Mikiii A (JO. recolva  iji���������(at tioliie, wliliout tilmrgo, lu tho  ntonU  Aiir oiilnUiii froo wliothor i  nil jr \,rttontnii|fi. Onmrminlc  Kiontfo).JlAHDDOpK on I'nfon  nKonor forjborourTiiBPutonta.  iliroiioli Mikiii A (Jo. recod  . , .      hout ulmruo, lu tuo  SCkiififie JiiiiCi iCiut.  A "nindiomoly lllnn'riiUwl WMkly. "lAr������oiit olr-  cutatloii of nny miuiillilii Jouniul. 'luruiD. for  I'linttdn, ia.15 iv year, loatauo projiftlil. Hold by  nil nawmluuloro.  MUNN & Co m������"^* New York  Ilrnnoh Offloo. && V 0t��������� Wiixliluulixi.K.O.  .tsssas  Dr. de Van's Female Pills  A tcliablo 1-ra.icli roHulator; uovor fall*. Thoso  pills nra oxcoedlnnilv powerful In rcjriilfttlnu tha  Kanarntlvii portion of tlio (cmnlc* nv������tcin. Ketuia  all clionp hiiltntloita.   Dr������ do V-ti'a nro sold at  SB a linx, or t hren for 110.   MailedI to nny addroai.  Uio Soobell _irna* Oo.������ BU OnUwrluoa* Out,  ���������IjADIKS, call at our sfcoro and look  ovor onr supply ot McOalln patterns just  Jems juot rocoivod.    y. A, .Spouii*,  Wm Cetting  IU contract.  For the 'mildinn* of ymir Now  House, Store, Office Workshop  or othor building, write or call  on mo. ENtii-iitea given on all  kinds of work.  mmmmmmmmimmmmxmmxmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  Repairs & Alterations  A   -P-OIAUTY  OhargoH reasonable nml satisfaction  guaranteed on All Work  JOHN   BOVP,  Creston  ****am0mmaaammvmmamamaamaam^mutmmmmmmmmmwmmmmm*m       '���������i.t.w.  r-_  -   . I '  I      ������..���������* ���������-���������-.���������-���������.,M.    y 1 ���������l.*.l|..||IMW(  Saddle and  Harness  Repairing  A SPECIALTY  Dealer in   high   cla?.s  uoots and saoes.  ���������  \.WSW"  ...      -:.;M4.i>;  ,   ,,���������,'., j.,'.* i'"-.Wr*. "���������.?,..������'   **���������������      /     ."    v**     ������-  * -i, ��������� ,i-1-, -i  -.       .'4.1  niiiiiimil  ji^lWji^ijgitjj^g^^^jyjjSSSaSS  i mm��������� a_^i,iiii><���������in-iii*;. ���������ii-.'jui������ti>  ������iM������������i������iiiimimwii'i.n-������im  mmm  wmmmmxim*  mmm  ,'������i*i. :&*>>.  ^;-  ___  ___   I *_I imtfrry'-. '������������������  SlJ-������5/-.:-i, -  THE   CRESTON   RFVttj-w     nBTr-S-rriN.     ti  r���������*.  .*"������--  SOCIALISTS   SCORN   KAISER  '  Bi=:  '���������M     MCOTT'S EMULSION im-  . * ���������slaves the quality of breast milk  :~ti. tijffi ���������Itsupplies the material for bone  ���������^feritS muscle���������if scanty or thin,  _������ -makes it rich and abundant.  SKtjr Trottle babies a few drops  <*rf-',<_nuiis:on with every feeding  p*Kk3_ces roarvelous effects���������  ra������ikes iiew, firm flesh and ruddy  fe.ea.ich,.   .  SCOTTS EMULSION is the  essam of the purest cod liver oil  ���������delicately emulsified into tiny  ���������particles resembling maternal  Bjiik and each particle is coated  One Calls Him an Amateur Sailor, Unable to Command a Fleet  Berlin, Cermany?.-���������lhe kaiser's act-.  i\uifca aa a sailor were bitterly attacked by the. Socialists in tho reiuiis.ag  uur.ng tue discussion ul the naval estimates.  It was proposed by the government  that $2,500,000 should be spent on re-,     , . ���������   children has its  building the royal yacht Hohenzollern, ^ ".* , ,f /,,'? ,,���������,���������<������ m* i������>st nt cir.  on the ground that the vessel, which 1 regiK)u^.ii.K* "Jrone b*btpot %*  was built in 18������i>; is now old and not? cuniscunees,     writes. Mrs.   iu.   G.   ta-  For Croupy Children  Keep 'Nerviline' Handy  It   Positively  Brings  Children  Out  of  banger and  Relieves  at Once ".-?-,  A   Mother   Tells   Her   Experience  luxurious, fast or safe enough tor pre  sent  purposes.  Herr Ledebour, the socialist, opposed the proposal, declaring that ilie  naval  estimates  took  into  consideru-  gan, of j-ioluies' Corners', "but croupy  coids add considerable to the worry.  My little family of four all went  til-rough the croupy era, but I always  had Nerviline on hand and never felt  1 just followed  the direct-  tion onlv warships and not pleasure' nervous  yachts for the kaiser. If the kaiser ions, and I can tell you that notamg  us commander-in-chief requires an of-' I know of is surer to cure croupy  ���������cial' vessel, said  Herr  Ledebour, ev-  colds than Nervilinc  ���������rv bat-tleship has special suites of  rooms for that purpose. If the kaiser wants a private ship let him pay for  it himself.  Another Socialist member went  further, declaring that the kaiser w;is  utterly unfit to commaud any naval  tnaueuver, never havii.*--; passed any  examination or test. Me was merely  u.n anuiteur'sailor.  Admiral von Tirpitz. the naval min  ister,  protested  warmly    against    tlie j  -jrT'h /rh-ceri.ne���������no  alcohol  or g i isl������t 'speech.       lie  tl-clared   thai  the j  - <a!ser's   knowledge   of  naval   matters.  m  stic.ulaat���������a wholesome, nourish-  Ss\g, strength-making food. ..   '      1%  Mothers everywhere are en  tSsaisiastic about Scoff's Emuisiot.  Znstsi on getting SCOTT'S. _���������  :ci'r,?r   **-  t>r~rr~.-.    X,-.rr  ilo. Ontario   12-ty*  was complete, ns he had often had  reason to nee-'Ttain personally during  the last twenty-five years.  The sovermvent's proposal wns fia-  allv ;",rinTed in spite of the Socialist  opposition.  "In our home we use Nerviline frequently. For cold in the chest, pleurisy, hoarseness, etc.. it is simply wonderful. My husband uses it for rheumatism, and 1 often employ it for neuralgia and sick headache. Nerviline  has so many uses that no mother can  afford to be without it."  The large family size bottle, which  sells at. KOc, is the most economical:  trial size, 25c. Your storekeeper or  druggist sells Nerviline, which is pre*  pi red by The Catan-hozone Co., Buffalo.  N\Y.  FLARING  COLORG   IN   DRESS  R'oh   Man���������Would  _ yon     lovr     my  " . daughter just  as much  if she bad no  t money?  i     Suitor���������Why.   c-T'ainly!  That   is   sufficient.        1  Rie it   nian-  .,' -A Near Thing  ?''-'Dq-j-1 iuet Clancy.  *-������*   B5tS__������ry*o_"n'r*DI_������ :"������������������*������������������������ *������t .=r l*U������. lu my t.������.ltr  _i_,ed the police force.  So, act exactly,  answered  Clancy.  jincd them,  but    he    goes  stitesss wid them a grt-a: deal.  ;-_J&������ ___-.:  can imm at  LIFE'S MINOR ILLS  KIDNEY       PILLS  CURED  HER   KIDNEY   DISEASE  :���������>   > SufTragines  .-.?':'';��������� Ctoseva.���������Ths   women of Chaux-de-; C1N^C     i-������rn-������rv.a  ''Nasals, Switzerland, who have formed;     Nv*"-     "������-*- *-*  ?.va*. tea^tie to demand the vote, do not i  ?.-3-te fee  -word  suffragettes,  and  they j  ?������bwf_ substituted    suffragin-es,     which ! N���������   Brunswick   Woman   Tells   How  fifcey say is more harmonious. ]     She   Was  Rescued  from   III   Health  m ������������������    . ���������. ]      By the Twin Remedies, Dodd's Kid  ney   Pills   and     Dodd's     Dyspepsia  Tablets.  Neguae.   Auain   P.O..   N*.!"..    (Special).���������Mrs.  Joseph G.   Savoy, a  weii-  The Reason Why ]  -"���������������-b-ins���������I say, old fellow, you are I  ���������8ge������__g  thin,   since   you   retired   Cromj  ������*___iess-  : Remarkable Costumes Turned Out by  I Paris Dressmakers for Racing  Season's   Opening  Paris, France.���������Auleull presented  ; a most brilliant appearance Uu-.,, week  ! on the occAssiou of the opening of the  ��������� Paris racing season. Maiuie'iuiu-;  i were couspicuons by their absence, as  I the fashionable dressmakers have ap-  1 parentiy agreed not to semi any for  i the present iu pursuance of their new  ' policy oi strict secrecy until late in  i the season.  But the public in general were nevertheless afforded *.Mi opportunity of  ; viewing what will be worn this spring  ; by smart women. Never before at  ; such an assembly had colors so start-  ; ling been seen nor such bewildering  : contrasts, two, three and even four  i different shades being worn at the  ; same time.  These flaring colors appear to have  j absolutely superseded the sober blue  ; serge so papular during the last -few  i years.    There was not  a single  cos-  Sfc������iviAf*iY ii������P������ESi������E.������> BY i-KANCt  Extremists     Say       That       Germany  Should   Have Attacked   France  Y cars as_o  Paris, France.-���������_iuji^s    reply    to  the - increase ot  ihe \j.Vn_im u..uy  .-a  uiscuoaea jiot uniy.izi uiuiiajy C4������_ie&,  out ui&o eveo w-jcre oy me i_������.i ui liij  atreet.    'me   news   t���������ai   luc   _ieuuti  - ..government - proposea  io  __e,ad  *pAoa,-  uOO.ooo  on '"luurea'scd  ari_ai���������eii.-   uaa  given the country reason io ui.htc lur-  tousiy.  Girmany is filled with Confidence  about the superiority ot ner army 'over  all others, and has proudly declared  that so long as biie was ail powerful  oh land she could well afford io leave  Great Uriiain the coaiuiaud of the  Bea.  :.-,. Now however it is becoming clear  that Germany's claim is not to go unchallenged, and that the defensive and  offensive value'of. the Tr.ple liiniente  is about to be fundamentally changed  for the better.  ; It is realized here that the united  power of Great Britain, France, and  Russia will iii a few* years become tho  mightiest in the world, both ou land  and sea and in the air, and that Germany is faced after all with a very  heavy task.  The Adversaries or the Triple Alliance are now busy showing that lt  ought never to have been renewed, as  the association with Austria and Italy  is bringing nothing but difficulties for  Germany.  The bill for increasing the German  peace army to 81*5,000, at an additional  cost of $-10,000,000 u year is be?ng discussed by the federal council, and will  be passed without difficulty by the  reichstag. It must be stated that  public opinion is not over-e-nthuaiastic  about this now expense, and that any  further development would meet with  opposition.  Among tlie wiltlest of the pan-Germans France's reply to Germany's armament has caused only fury. Germany ought, to havo attacked France  several years ago, they say. when the  Wench av.iiv was iu a more unfavorable condition. Germany missed her  chance, but it is urged that even now  It would be hotter than two years  hence, when France has reached the  maximum of her defensive strength.  Fortunately for European peace the  government holds a more reasonable  view of the situation. Still, the war  party is hard at work and nobody  knows where it may lead Germany.  ^Ori%s*  n*4-\<**  va_B-M.w#4.      *������-**������  intestinal worms. Nearly as bad as distemper. Cost you  loo much to feed 'em. I.ook bad-r-are bad. Don't physio  em to death. Spohn's Curfe will remove th<- worms. Improve  the'appetite, and tone.'c-m up ad round, and don't "physic."  Acta on glands anil blood. Y Full directions with each bottle,  and sold by all druggists.. -^.  SPOHN MEDICAL CO.. Chdinlsts, Goshen, Ind., U.S.A.  , . ,    .    . ���������.   ���������.   i ��������� --.....- .. (     Another feature which will undoubt-  ���������Ux-coal-<t������uei������ ��������� ina>. s ��������� kaowa residem et" this place, whose -: e������jiv f0rm a kevnote of the spring fash  ..'ESSES.-. ^ou see, I don't weigh as^ ili-health has been a matter of much) ions is the exceedingly elaborate skirt,  .-.rapwfc. ns 'J Aid. | concern   :o   ar  friends  is  telling  of j both in'cloth and in silk, fully draped   ���������  i the cure sae found for aP. her troubles'; from the  back and  narrowing  to  al-  ���������a-5-ard-- Vm'ment Retteves Neuralgia, j hl p^d's Kidney Pills and Pcdd's Uys-j most  hobble skirt  dimensions ia  the   *  | pepsia TablvLs. | hero.      An ingenious and picturesque  NOBLEMAN CONFESSES TO THE  MURDER OF WOMAN  Court and Society   In St.    Petersburg  Excited by Sensational Crime  Berlin, Germany.���������A St. Petersburg telegram to the Taegliche Ruhd-  sciiau gives details of a sensational  murder mystery which has shaken.the  innermost court and society; circles.  Mme. Tieme, the wife of a wealthy  Russian engineer, was found murdered  in her home near St. Petersburg a  few days ago. She had received several visitors but at the time hor body  was discovered the house was empty.  Tho police arrested two prominent  members of the aristocracy on a  charge of killing Mme. Thiehie. One,  Baron Gelsmar. was n.nproh"n'ini-i nt  Preebrajonsk, near St. rotersburg,  and made a confession whic iii ,j. -  fated M. Dalmn-ow, a former official  of the foreign office. Ho. was also  taken into cub'oily.  Both men are widely known in society, and their arrest causes one of  tbe greatest sensations in St. Petersburg in recent years.  SNVgNTOR RESCUED FROM WANT  Honors- at Eighty-Five for Man who  Lived for Years in Poverty  Paris, r'rance.���������At the age of 85  and leading till lately a life of penury,  M. Charles Tellier, the Inventor of a  system of cold storage, was decorated  recently with the cross of the legion  of honor and entertained at a banquet  bv the International Cold Storage Association.  A few month's.ago it was found that  the inventor was living almost in want  and a subscription was raised which  provided for his simple wants. His  story had been like that of many inventors before him. He sacrificed his  life to science and thirty years ago  found o. method of freezing food by  means of two new chemicals���������methy-  lic ether and trimethyhimine. He  ! developed his theories, built laboratories, perfected his success, and in 1876  constructed a ship. La Frigorlflque,  which took a cargo of frozen meat  from Rouen to La Plata and returned  with the first cargo of what has since  become an article c" world-wide trade.  Cl?t���������h  neal  *������**o    T>r������j'<\-_  Mr  Xortdon ���������The    committee    of    the! voy   says,   in   an   interview.  l.*&UBBk(m Flitch of Bacon  trials have j pains   are   gone   from   my   siue  l~* ''i ti <*��������������� ~������  Sa-! arrangement of the  drapery    of    the  The- skirt, which is cut up in frout almost  and I to   the  knee   in   the   shape   of  a  re-  >ge_������lea to hold the ancient court on! back,  and  when  1 go  to bed    I    can| versed V. assures perfect freedom of  **5east Bank holiday.       Already  one   sleep.      Before 1 started using Dodd's I movement.  -tjsaii'.'r-* have written asking to be al-1 Kidney Pills and Dodd's Dyspepsia i Low shoes, mostly of bronze color,  -(^wea'to stand their trial for the ma- i Tablets I could not eat anything! but in some cases matching the dress  _stSE-xk:22 "praze ! heavy  such as  meat,  but  now  I can! and almost invariably with red Moroc-    eat practically what I please with no   co heels, are worn with tlie new skirts.  i        rm...   ,_.        .      ..,.       , . I ir,  effpefs ���������' ��������� A������  to coats, thev  are usually of the  - ^i^image, by Mo^rcyc������e ih^ecg, , ^   ^  ^ sk5rt    but  alw^ys  wu   condition   and   her   cure   came  ������*��������� unn'oni- "'���������*-' ���������- *���������-    --- ������--!-  a^=s= ������4_.j-���������s_ a.  r-ia^.K-o^-" ���������;;..���������������( ahn,,t bv lls,-no the natural remed'*-"-   '��������� eraily short ant cut away.    Some of  Dodds Kidney Pills cured and invlg-ithe   more popular  shades  seen today  orated her kidneys  thus purifyins heri ar-   sra?f   sreen'  ^l1   D*lTyA redP an?  blood  ^"d  imi-rm-inrr th/rircnlatmn   j practically  every other shade of red  Dodd's Dyspepsia" Tablets" "insured i ^T-^J^n^iL^'Tf '"T^L^l'='  proper digestion of her food, thus furnishing the body with the nutrition it  required. Women with healthy kidneys and sound digestion can afford  to laugh at the minor ills of life.  iking a pilgrimage to Lourdcs j  Si-*? j_otorcycie, says Tbe Moior-Cycle. ���������---*-���������  '������Wissis  intend  to  land  in France,  ride  ���������f^-. is.* Pyrenean town and return to  tS&-A osast v ia Paris.  Attacked by a Tame Lion  Rome.���������The young lion which Princess Rant���������Will recently took to a factory fancy dress ball in a chariot was  being taken out for exercise on a  leash in the Zoological Gardens recently, when it got loose. The animal sprang on the infant son of Count  Viachi, a former Italian minister at  Buenos Aires and inflicted a serious  wound on the boy's forehead with its  claws.  Marion  Bridge.  C.B.,  May  30,  '02.  I have handled MINARD'S LINIMENT during the past year. It is  always the ?nrst Liniment asked for  here," and unquestionably the best seller of all the different kinds of Liniment  1  handle.  NEIL FERGUSON  SOO  BABIES   MARRIED  Given Sweats to Keen Them Quiet  During  the  Ceremony  Bombay .���������Four hundred weddings  were celc*brat3d simultaneously at Sur-  nt among members of the Lewa Kun-  bi caste.  None of tbe brides were over 12  vears of age, the majority being from  1 to 1 years old. while the bridegrooms  varied from 3 to 9.  Most of the-contracting parties sat  ot* lav on the laps of their pavects dur-  ,.*   *v������������������   ^prstni>nv.  nr_.*���������      STlVfili  CALLS MAGISTRATE A COW  Fair Maid���������I wonder what causes  the flight of time?.  Brilliant Young Man���������It is probably  urged on by the spur of the moment.  Most Deadly Insult One Can Offer to  Paris  Policeman  Paris.���������The most deadly insult one  can offer a French policeman is to  say to him:  Death to the cows.  A few days ago in the Rennes appeal  court M. de Savignoji Larombiere, the  judge explained to a policeman that a  cow was a noble and beautiful animal,  and therefore its name could not be  considered a term of opprobrium. The  next day a vagabond who came up on  appeal before M d- Savignon Larombiere had his original term of imprisonment doubled. On hearing the sentence the prisoner called the judge an  old cow.  Immediately tlie judge, forgetting  his philosophic defense of a few days  before, ordered the vagabond s term  of imprisonment to be' further increased by five years for insulting  him.  sweets to keep  them quiet.  The caste only celebrates weddings  every ten or twelve years.  Small boy (to porter)���������I say, mister,  want me to help yer?  Porter     (contemptuously)   ��������� Bah!  What kin you do?.  Small Boy���������Me? Oh, I'll grunt while  you lift.  Drr������������f  the    matter  with  &S-. tia-e -close  of his  talk  before   a  S&s������-������v   school   the     bishop     invited  ;,   tipwsa-ior-i-s.  ' ���������i. ti-y  boy  with  white  eager   face  ���������. ,\������__. wise Yield up  his  hand.       Please  tsiitr. --.-it he.. whv  was Adam  never a  ,j'**y-"|,KSs.e! VicVhop coughed in doubt as to  / ���������'OBfStxatA.-.-tuiver to give, but a little giri,  ?-*?!&%   ���������elrtcst.   of   several   brothers   and  wfctta_s, came, promptly to his aid.  '���������"���������   ; ���������F'de/.M-.f'   nil",   she  answered,  smartly,  ."JS&bwpt-was nobody to nurse him.  PJ-Jv iGGRAfHS Ol- AARON'S TOMB  i._i  or-  ,'���������,Kt-*-i,'' Kovt. of a chap is old Squallop?  (.Wu-tl when you hold out. two cigars  ���������aa-. Wax  to   offer   him   his   choice,   he  "i*.taB IvO-l .  "UMfcN  ������������-v-m<__ Have Been Helped  p>y Common; Sense  i Suggestions.  .- TWrEWifTt Ruffering fforn nny form of fe-  Explorer  Covered  by the   Rifle  of  an  . Arap Fanatic While  He Did it  London, England.���������Lecturing at  the Camera Club upon hia travels in  Egypt and Arabia Julian Grande stated that he succeeded in entering the  shrine called Aaron's Tomb on the top  of Mount Hor, which is jealously  guarded by Mohammedans, anl *r.  taking a photograph of the interior,  though he was covered by the rifle of  an   Arab   fanatic.  He found there not only some Arabian inscriptions but also certain Hebrew letters which had evidently been,  cut at a remote date, as for ages no  Jews had been permitted to approach  the place. He was unable to copy  Hie inscriptions in lhe brief time  avai.Ja.bU*, but he believed that they  would yield remarkable information.  Mount Hor, where, according to tradition. Aaron died and was buried,  rises sixty miles to tho south of the  Dead sea to a height of 4780 feet. The  shrine on its summit is famous, but  ' lias nover been examined by a competent fire.henloeist.       H the Hebrew in-  bein? generally seen    in    vslvet-  ange, buff and brilliant mauve.  One cf the most startlins*; models  was thnt of a coat of extraordinary colored cloth, cut away in front, over a  skirt of large check cinnamon taffeta;  the skirt revealed very low velvet slippers and embroidered silk stockings.  The costume was completed by a collar of brilliant yellow fox fur. Another dress which attracted muoh attention was of bright orange velvet  trimmed with skunk, and with a muff  to match. Small hats, generally  very simplv trimmed with either tiny  single quill or lancer plume, appear to  be most favored.  The general impression gathered by  observers of the flrst fashionable meeting of the new season is that the  spring modes will he calculated to in-  crer.*-"<���������* by a pood deal tho yearly expenditure of well-dressed women.  Elsie���������What  is  your  iittie   sister?  Gracie���������Chiclcenpox, I believe.  Elsie���������What makes you think that?  Gracie���������:Cos   1   found   two   feathers  in her bed this morning.  s  Do not be misled ���������- |  Askfor'PERRlN'S'VGlove*  and look for the trade-mark.  . cnjkt������*.- In  nre "invited to communicute I 5,criP'lon  is on  im.riol}t (la,������- ������������������*���������  Mr-  ���������','-!������pM_^������,ly*wi-ththewoman,Hnrivatecorre.! Grande  suggests,  Us  importance may  ���������ti-Z&^woaev^ontot the Lydia E. 1   S-?he '0ydMt ���������pbrPW tl   t remnln8 ,fl  4^__b!---/y^f������dicino Co., Lynn, Mass. | foun,* on lho Mnabito ston**- about 850  .'.TJKtaur &������������������������**��������� %7ill be opened,  road and | rj.C.  now in  the Louvre, and In an  A*s**-C5Msrtvl by a\voman and held in strict! inscription in the tunnel of tho Pool of  ���������f������j������6i������iii-t*rc_.   A woman can freely talk of ' Si loam, discovered in 1S80 nt. .Terusa*  '-- i:Mfe������ri'ixerPnt������ TIlnesB to a woman; thus haa j '"in, si\- line.'! in length and dating to  ������������������Hmmm -Mtabliahed a confidential corrc- [ about 700 V..C:  ������������������TJiWitd-uce which has extended over; "  T���������  '.'��������� lawiwiff'.srefl-fa and which haa nover beon ;      ,    T        ,    H'oeous F'>*  ;' ^Stet-ium    iNcvcr have thoy published a I     A~T :im i" a ������������������leous pickle  ?? <4Jt^__>m."_ or uocti a letter without tho  ��������� titi'a&aLVtomvatiavTitot Uio writer, and nover  ? '.'.'..ISsssiSh-Ccnpany nllorved th'*<*������-' ronHden-  ?"���������-tSiaiE'fi'Btt.ters to Rotoutof tJicir possession^ :  'WKrttil-v/fa-ndred.'i of thousand.i of thom in '  ',- ������8i������i6**'^Jl������'*1 will attest. {  ���������iSBftlkia'ifl-to'-waat volumo of experience  ������a*_u.-JUthtiy have todraw from, il i.i ijiodj  -., VStttsui ip*.''-4ruo tiinc thoy -juiin<-r, 1 V,������, y. ry ,  ���������r W_ttw**eJij- needed in your cn_e.    Nut'*.- ���������  IhttftkiTZrihrA in return exrept your poo-l,  ���������W���������P������ *SW"J t">'Air advice b*m helwl   'Jioii-  jSur������*ly any  II���������I low HO?  A ��������� 1  have not got. anything to ont,  and all 1 ve i*ot to pawn are my falso  ti-'uih. iind IT I pawn Uiem and  buy .-iiiiiiethiiiK lo oat then I can't eat  it. I never waa in such a hideous  li** in all my life.  Litile .Toe (reading)���������What, is a fie  tlt'ous character, aunty?  A only���������One that is made un, d^ar.  Tjitlle .Toe���������Then you arc ������ fictitious  characler, aren't you, a,unt.y?  iriw���������TiT'it now do I know you love  m<������?  He���������Why, 1 can't sleep at nights  thinking of you.  Sho���������That proves nothing. Pa  can't sleep nt. nights -thinking or you;  but I hardly think lt is love.  READ Mf.   ������������������  Lean's letter.  See how one-lu'I ���������>!���������  ! lieolUei���������all'sfipsvln  Cure earner! him J50,  The other ha'.l of the  bottle   may   eun liim  even more.   Miny men  make   a   busiuf���������    of  \l buylnfj lame hories anil  curing tticm. up wi;!i Ken.  Sndall'i.   T l:ca tlwy sell at!  a bl2|,ro|-.t.  A Remedy for Earache.���������To have  the earache is to endure torture. The  ear is a delicate organ and few care  /to deab with it, considering il work  'tor a doctor.. Dr. Thomas' Electric]  Oil offers a simple remedy. A few-  drops upon a piece of lint.'or medicated cotton and placed in the ear  will work wonders in relieving pain.  Only tho uninformed endure the  agonv of corns. Tho knowing ones  apply Holloway's Corn Cure and got  relief.  O.i ih-- iraP.i out Medl'ord way, Ruh-  i."iiiM *.','.11. Into rnnvprf-a.Mon with a  .-���������(ranker, who remarked: I sec you aro  ���������Hitt.ing   up  a  good   many  new   build-  illo--.  .'���������     ,    ;ii.     .. i . ��������� -1    ':' .i'i,',,'j',:. ,    WW    bllil.l-  int'H are iho only kind we put up.  Well Named  What's that you call your mulo?  I call him Corporation, answered the  old colored man.  How did yon como to givo hum such  a niuiw?  V um sludyln' do animal nnd' roadln'  do papers. Dat mulo gits mo' blame  an' abusn dan anything else ln d-o  townfhlp, nn' goes ahead bavin' hhi  own way jost do same.  jHow about your bones l   Why {^oteet a bottle ol  Spavan GiEir>e  r������rt ly,  ^���������4 J  and \i0 reatly to eure ca������M ot Cnrli. Spavin, Splint.  Riuiil>,,ne.    liouy   <.'.iu>..:,s or  Umcntts    Irum     brtiises /r*^**������-       7*1  of    other    cauwesf      Thou,  lands ol other I'anwn are ilo.  Inn It���������have L-een duinrr It lit  ! over 3S yr.irf.     It'a tlie  olil  talc, rfmetlv vmi can <t-prnil  on,  [ lee how  make tor yon.   411 ariw.  1 ."mw��������� ������ f/v������,/ "ocli  \ gtslsltaltiltUiejorlS. /^iC&Z^fZti*  ov.  chc.  Ge'i'aToi'ti'o at'on���������"and /.������ia_'c->������> oi/^"*?i_./*"'/  owmuch It will siveor I}.Vn! ".otttht^viiu,' ' i  '-an*'..' ������fw;i,'.  pimv������i a ui.iiie; ojor ������,������. I J'xil Iv?, Ctii^ ^00*10  ,A������k your clruccitt lor / ' ��������� &</o ,J������J<J /  I book. "Trr-.iiUo on Um   / ***&**hatp'H-il  nn.B.i.Kr*<oftix  COMPANY  Cnaaburs F4.n������,  Vermont  *-*Uc;,  '**.  WRONG  MAN   RELEASED  Prisoner Escapes by Answering  Name of Another Mart   ,  Paris.���������A clever escape from prison  has just been made hy a man named  Charnpeau, who was detained at the  Sante Prison.  He was placed in a cell with other  prisoners, including a man named  Bruteau, who was about to be released.  A policeman went to the cell and called the name Bruteau. A man stepped  forward, was taken to the office, and  after signing a paper in the name of  Pruteau, was set at liberty.  Next morning the real Bruteau ap-  ������ll.,l    4.,...    1.1-    ~.l.~~,.      .....3    IT...   m..r<s.    .......   I  puevi   lui   111a   icicaav.,  cvjiu   1.440  4 u^.^.   .. uo -  then discovered. But instead of getting his release, Bruteau has now  been charged with helping his cell  companion  to  escape.  ^^   mmwmmmmsm^wwmmmmmm ������������������,i������iwm������������- ������  London.���������Applications tor increases  of wages by carters and laborers made  nearly twelve months ago were dealt  with by the Mncclesflold town council, recently.  She gave me  back my heart,  but  Oh!  Tt. wns a different thing  Whop l requested her to eond  Me back that diamond ring.  1-err in s uioves  are famous for their  Style, Fit and Finish.  Gloves that are MOT stamped,  with either the trade-mark  or the name "Perrln's Make"  nro not the genuine.  Twelve  Drowned  ,n Wreck  Hull, Kn^'iiml.-���������The    trawler,    j\d-  iiiiia!  Togo, wai wrecked off lloykja-  vj|<,  Iceland.    Tho    crew    of    twelvo  ,',1-r" drowned .  'IvoIa i"KNimAii'  l-ll.eo C'JFtCD   IN  ii TO   U  DAY!",  i v, ui  r)iin'i'|t,i  will ri'fiiinl immi'v If I'.V.IO  '   iIN'I'MI-'N'P fulln In 1 iil'i' any niHf> nf lir-h-  1.1   ,, -,.      I.,,   ..U.d,  ���������     .   1,. ���������  ..  in  II  iluyn,     liOu.  A Different Matter  If t over get hold    of    IV.nkn    III  thrash him no that his mother wouldn't |  rncognlzo him,  WiiaL's Iho  inuLLcr?  He's boon slandering me. He sayn  thnt I did him out of $-"> In a poker  game,  Not nt all. 1 hi ard tlio reiiituls  my.u'lf,  What did ho any?  Ho  wild  that  you  did  hhn   out.  of |  $2r>.('00  Iii a cotton  deal,  Oh, well, then, I nuppono it hi nil  rlKht. 1 hnrilly thought, he wan the  kind oT man to go round |.������>11lng Morir.*,  that ri'lbcted on  my ehnrncier,  wamvmx *ricli or poor,  -_jli������r.ftd'he ,-glaii to  fKtvttKOi 'i-iv-nugo of  *1W_T t".t -offer  taK.ma*mv6txuc.c. A/l-  ������3tets_tll_*dia E. Plnk-  tmm*am I'S������dJcJnr) Co.,  qtayagtfaiT't-U? Lynn,  XSffcNW-  WBamarf *nyityman ouprlit to havo  :*!I������!SS������.   tiSL. ?P!r^!*:^*Tn,'���������    HCj-?t*rn  .'ImmmtAmummm   Ut ta not a hook for | ' ������"-*  R',no'1 A,rBh,P'5  f-*jwi-D_--.l -jlUhrlbutlon, art It Im too       H.-rlit.   -Gnat    tad.m,    of    nctlon.  iiiiMiniiaii 1 ml in         Tf-   Ih   Ima   <viiiI   nrilv ! lalllif   than   iiP'*''d    I.l.   .i<:< <>V:\,n;;   to   ,1  *JJ5*,,e"     1C  "  *^ft0..i-,,.,,  0,My'..i ,,���������-,,.   bv   Admiml  Tlrplt/   In   lb.*  "^tt^tititi-li. ��������� :    f(ir (ju* development  ol* the  naval air I treaty   portu.    Tho    mIocIih     wl.ll     be  / iV. :i. U. 04J aj-_:t. ' burned.  Help to Cupprcuo Opium  Pekin.*���������Tho National Antl-opluin  c(ini.'.reHn, with a view <o muiln:liiu  China to imppn"*'* ������l>o opium Iraile.  will uppoal to tin' Young Mon'H ChriH-  tlan and MhmlnmirloH Koelellen  throiiRhout the  world  to open  Hindu  ^Graifdtwi  biiu f hem Kome  COWANS"  firowin**  voiin**ttert  work  hard.      They  need  food  that   I*   noun-min**--(ood   that   B-tltfiet   tho  huniier  end diijeiU  Busily.    Nothing   it   better   ior  them    then    Cowan's    Perfection    Coooa.      Ground  from the frenh Coooa Benni, it Imi all the (ood value  ol  pure  Cocoa.    It build* up tho mutolci nud makes  -iiilrcu heuhhy  aad   ttrant".    ������J A cup of Cowan'i  made   with   half or one-third milk ia a properly  ���������        1 I   I.     .      I ,.,..���������   4t.   ..ll..   ���������.,. .4   ,���������������.ll~~4.   .4������������������.   .���������U  digest. And it is co delicious that/It tempti  tho appetite tvhen all other foods fc.il.  YOUR C.ROCEH  HAS IT ,*4r- 2U  THE OOWAM OOMPANV, MMIT-O  YOMOWVO4 OMY.  ffiy___^___i_���������1__  L._������!2fllili!_  a^!lii-i-l__^.^.^iKMg^  'HrV.,W;tS^^'l,'yi,-ft  ������ffll������.ffi������.WWr������  tmmmmmmm  ;i������^*j)W,^i:.,...(:j.������'.!i.������i.TO������i������.  ������H|M!_i THE    CRESTON    REVIEW,    CRERTON.v  B.C.  TSHf-iiT_;   TA  AMBASSADOR   BRYCE' EULOGIZES  THE  DOMINION  Says That the F_cpis of Great Britain Desire that the Bonds of Affection Between the Dominions and the  Mother Country should be Closer  and More Cordial.  Montreal?���������The   people     of    Great  CHURCHILL.   PARTY   RETURNED     Tl_ f?  Spent Sixty-Five  Days  in  North  During   Very  Bitter Weather  Le Pas, Man.-r-The Churchill party  composed of 'Inspector French and  Sergeant "Munday, of the II. N-. W. M ..  P., who left here on January 6, have  returned, having taken sixty-five days  111-.  mA-v_-i-i  Weekly Grain Letter Supplied by  Thompso.i, Sons & Co.", Grain Merchants, Winnrpefl.  Winnipeg,?March 11?���������We   suggest  ed in our last report  that trading in  to make the round trip on "-'.-heir:'-. way ithe  wheat market would .*likely    be  out   by   way   of   Norway   House   and  Spl't Lake.    They-travelled eight hun-  Cved miles in twenty-six days. They  Britain and Ireland are keenly -alive'.! reached Fort Churchill February 6 in  to whatever goes on in Canada aad j a head storm and twenty-two below  at heme we desire that the bonds of! zero wea'her, having taken only one  affection between the Dominion ahd;day to cross the barren lands. The  the Mother country should ho* ever (next day the thermometer fpll to 37,  closer and more  cOrdial, said    Right J and the velocity of ..the wind rose to  Honorable  James  Bryce,  British  am-'.55 miles an hour.      They report Fort | was bearish and as a result all mark-  ba&sador at Washington, in    his    ad-j Churchill a bleak point "with nothing rets  were  weak  ������nd  d'*������-*������������������' "'n"  " '"'  dress at tho Canadian Club lunch-son ; to protect  ft  from  the  wind  blowing; The  United States markets of course  recently. , -from the bay.    The nearest wood fori declined  the most, Minneapolis being  Mr.   Bryce referred to t?;e spiendid ' fuel purposes is 12 miles distant. -cl-own l%e. to 21/ic, and Chicago l%e.  quiet until the United States Government estimate on farm resejsyes came  out and that if the estimate was  larger than usual prices would break.  Our forecast has turned out correct as  until today trading has been very l'g-ht  and prices have h_M steady within a  very narrow range. The report or  estina-te   Issued   yesterday   afternoon  The Winnipeg market aboui -he  middle of the week advanced **4c. but  thib was all lost in todays aeciino.  Trading continues light and in The  absence of hedging s<*lcS"it was easy  for tlio bulls to start prices upward  in  ea  CANADA   MAY  GET    FACTORIES   '*T'I_r������       r������7i_i*rk u *f*f       rT*7?__"f������l_  werrrcdki. afJCi    ofit.Sn   oapixaiists   W.ii  Enquire'lnto Dominion Conditions  and Prepare Reports  a   sympathy   with -firmer   Iiiverpool j     London.���������Two   deputations,   wnsse  ables.       A   feature   Worth   noticing   investigations may have an !mporr.'ii*t  ��������� hOOfH-ifj'     rt*n      I'oniwln    _ xi  iitti-  aumiAi  muwil  LESSON     Xll ���������FIRST     QUARTE5S,  FOR   MARCH   23,   1913.  jusv  now  is tha���������spread  of    3c..per  bearing on Canada's    commercial    l.u-  bus-he-l between^ Whrnipe-g aud Mihne- j ture wil1 visit the Dominion this    ..m-  apclis  in  favor  of   Winnipeg.       This iiner"      In. July about a hundred uer  is very unusual and has been brought  about owing tc the fact that some time  ago when these markets were about  man manufacturers    and    merchsii.fr5,  led by.Herr Webua, will ma'.ie an e:.  tended   tour  examining   \vxU:r   power  even, many traders bought Blinrieapo-1 an.d '^ circumstances governing the  lis wheat andsoid Winnipeg in the ex-j e&ablishment of manufactories.    Tha  Text of the  Lesson,  Gen.  xxiv, ������$$���������������?.  Memory Verses, 64?65���������Gaidar   v"5"Sfc  Prov.   iii- 6���������Commentary  PrC.-"-r������s_  by  Rev.   D.   M. 'Stearns.  We have onr choice this tve", - . a  resurrection lesson from Maik ' ~xs  the   regular   lesson,   but, as   a**      Y^T  Isaac risen from the dead in our ras-ft  I par!  pe-ciation that Minneapolis would soon.  ' .. '  sell higher than Winnipeg. The oppo | Wli*  site however.^bas    been  the    result. |Prov_  This  is  partly owing to  velve't chaff (as. we.il  possil  go  being deliverable on the Min-heap^l-is  which    heretofore    has   thai  prosperity of the Dominion, to the  singular success of the fedeval system  of government since its inception, and  Colli travellers look none the worse i to l%c.Y ln Winnipeg j*jru-:a are -,_���������.  for their long trip. They bad io re- lower than yesterday bu*. show no ue-  place one of their dogs which died at'dine from where they closed a week  tp the fact that? North America had |. Fort Church'-. Captain Douglass, of | ago. 'the Government gave the  enjoyed peace for nearly one hundred > Prince Al'bert headquarters, welcom-; quantity'in farmers, hands as'156,000,-  years. He also uttered a word of [ ed the two officers "on their arrival j 000 bushels compared to 122,000,000  warning   to   Canada   with   regard   to 1 at tho barracks. I bushels a  year    ago. While    this  the problems that were facing her ia  connection with her national expansion ..'-.'.  I have long felt, said Mr. Bryce,  that the Canadian clubs are unique  and excellent institutions. Unique  because in no other coun.ry, so far as  I am aware, are there similar organ!-  ' Suffragettes Sent to Jail  London .���������The five suffragettes who  attempted to reach the king wiih petitions while he was on his way to  parliament were sent to prison for  periods ranging from 21 days to a  mouth.     The live voung women.gave  quantity is noit as large as some expected it shows that the Un".ted Stages  will have. no. scartrty of wheat during  thp   balance   of  ths-  season  and "with  A second party of visitors will consist of a deputation of the Machinery ��������� Users' association of Great ��������� Britain, the president of which" is'Sir  Francis   Cawley   and    ihe   vice-presi-  contra-ct  been the case. Then again the Winnipeg market has be?!! relatively  stronger being influenced more easily  by foreign mark eta. Some jo-f .this  spread has been taken off lately at a  considerable  the difference   ��������� .   ~. ...~. .    .       , ,.,,.. ,,   .  small volume of trading that has been', ^soc-a.ion has dec:ded to send to  experienced for same "weeks. Cash I Canada a small comm-ttee. of enquiry.  wheat is ir. moderate demand and I wbVch W'U 1pr?.l5ablT5r con1s's't ������f .three  prices are a fraction -higher. Todays I <F four- ���������,nc-������dins. Humphreys Da vies,  cash prices are No. 1 Northern wheat \^e associations consulting surveyor  the church, and the mairiage O- -sfttfj  Lamb, we will take the regular Iossoan,  After the figurative death and rosar-  rectiou , of Isaac (quite a icjlity t<i  both Abraham ahd Isaac) Ab'.ihana returned to lieereheba and dwcit there*  dents, Lord llotherham and' S:r'Wif-jlt is our privilege to dwell aiways h&  **am Houl-dsworth ��������� the    names    of j the well of Him thuU4rv"cth aad sost!:-*  Toss- which help's to nTal"ie-wbom   are   associated     with     British j us and by the well of God's fait-li&jV.  ���������e wilder on a'-coun-'of the ' manufactures the  worii  over.       The '��������� ness and with joy draw water from ife*-,  '��������� -" ���������-"���������������������������   *���������   -i - -1--. --i    x.    j   ..-   welis  of  saJvation   (Gen.   xvi, 13, i4_  85c;  2 Nortihsn S2c; 3  is a great  deal  in Hfe  besides  busi  ness and politics.      In them only two  things are thought of, the acquisition  of knowledge and Canada as a whole.  They are of special Interest to mo  an opportunity of escaping prison sentences by filing sureties for their fu-  . wtoknow nouimg about'busTnWs arid I S������ ?^,l5rK0'IV   * ^J���������?? ZT  have forgotten all I ever knew about  ���������n indignanny rejected this alterna-  ���������heir   visible vstccks  pil-'-ng  up  ev-ery-' ^������; t_75/t^;  No-  ������ 70c  where  they-/v!-   pro-bar.ly   have   con-|teed 5&e>  No-   1    Alberta Red Winter  sidarable  to/help    supply    European I wheat 86%c;   2 A.R.   83'^;   3   *   r*.  . renuiremenfs.       W'th  \>h* report out|so^'c*    Futures  closed    May    87%c;  w-h^at   Ju?y   g8c/-c;   October  mV������c:  the concli-1 Oats���������    .  ���������.,-.- ~ i .I-.-.I.-. ������n.i.   ui-u-iici-iv4  in     .nt-.    rnTni^������       Lack  of  export   eiia.uiry  and   large  aT__a������������w%?^ of "he Sfe   stocks in -the. Un'ted ;States  has g'-v-  Ihe   Bow   street  magistrate  before      ,* j    v     g    t     accorcWne to   en  Prlce's a  slightly lower tendency.  T^J^TLTrS���������1*-** ?'W.th������!nl lat?_t a??ceS could w^S^LprovS   Today'* prices are nS.  2 C.W., oats  on and foreign crop ccn-fiiMions are sat-!'?1?**5':  _������w- 28%c; extra 1 feed 30c,  Nnr'.h^rn 79c-/to PrePare au impartial report setting j of  IWachpelah  at Hebron-a  i?Vo.   6   64c:   tl?e Pro*spccts of trade in the various | place. .    Gen. xxiv-is   the  ���������jatlo#s   drawing   unto  themselves , as   ^"'-^*ca "J -^ tbe  way  the  action  of  the  these  do. all that is best, expressing | ^   * na^tSJ^n"    "aset       Ge?���������u_^   ������**arket will depsnd more on t-hc  public spirit and realizing that there   vr.lJ^ctLwi     Ger'iude   tl-c-as and  prospects of    the  politics. It is forty-three years since  I visited Montreal for the first time.  It is a very different place to what  it was in 1870. Then it was not full  oi vitality and movement as it is to-  Thpj' were formally charged with  obstructing the police. Th������ evidence  showed that the police had received  PT>ec.'fc orders to prevent anyone  hrowinsr a letter or a petition to the  isfactory so that we must look to Eur-; x Ieef z8%c;   2    feed    25e.     Futures  opean requirements to hold prices for   clof:'ed May 34c; July 34%c.  the  immediate    future.   s    Not    that   B^T,(:y���������.    '  Dull with a firm undertone.     Higher  grades in better demand than lower.  Today's values are No. 3 C.W. barley  45c;   rejected    39"_.c;  th-ese requirements are likely to offer  much substantial ground for higher  prices but as a check    on the    very  ivorii I evident increas? in bearish R������ntim.ent j l^^;c'9Jf������"   4*  > the i ������rowing ������nt of    the    favorable" . new j t5&;V ">zC-  day;  business    aud    population    was; ^^'^\^   on    he   way   to   cr������P   P���������ipeo*3   and   t_e   large   farm;  unmnrimMvi. v   a nm   an/1   vr.1l   linri    onlv*     K  UI^      wnne     lie      W-S,     UH     Hie     way     l-O     __,.-_,,__ tr-TT-v.     ...UJ,        -������������������-���������       m.mn^.  comparativ-Iy slow and you had only  just federation.      There was no rail-  parliament -reserves.    ��������� Rven  w'th    peace    pros-  The accused  armied  that  their ac-   PPOts  the   most  Promi^ng  since  the  way as far as Winnipeg, in fact I am  tionmTv^eiitVv\eea.] pnTwasiia-Te-i! Balkan   war reac^.*- its  culmination  not.sure that Winnipeg existed at ^ gi-eat    importir                - - -  y ;S-T.inTe you 7������*i������\���������^J^������&^0V!v���������W&\ " ^^'^���������  ���������*_~������  It is not many  ed the possibilitl  northiyest of Winnipe  WThen I first visited .v/innipeg there  was no idea of the existence of the  fertile clay belt between there and  Hudson Bay, and no notion of the  vast mineral wealth of northern Ontario or of the coal d.posits of the  Rocky Mountains. After this no one  can set limits to the great possibilities of the country.  Not less remarkable than your material progress has been the growth  of your constitutional government, although in its early days there was  not wanting people to show that Canada could never be a great nation.  Your federal system ha w-irked, on  the whole, with wonderful success and  little frict'on. . It has worked perhaps better than anywhere else in  the world; I think the only example  of equal ^success is that of Switzerland .: "'"'YT ?"������������������' . .' "������������������"���������   "'.  You have had the great probiern  C������. two. races, Oi peoples iiinsren^ in  race and language whom the federal  system has designed to unite. While  the federation of districts so dissimilar as the province of British Columbia, the Pacific coast provinces and  the Maritime provinces show that, as  markets    show  The es-  en-ts    remain-*-" large in ���������^'te of enormous purchases of pup-pll*-'*���������' in the in^erna-tional  marke* duHnr*: r'-^nt months.      It is  prison for a month for bre^kine w'n- *������.,v ho"* tJiat^ th+f,Ell!?"pa'Q dem������-*v*.  do'ws at the home W^e. The wome-i *", ������or' im,������ f -"^-J, ������������������*-*ry'. parried  stated that thev bad adopted this ! ������*?������" a^ ^ut of ������;������ way and then  method of .-rote-tin- against the ille-l m."^gK anflM  snecul-Vve      m-tere^ts  m'-jht. he f������hi.Q to *ake we of the  p^ifinfe w'li'.hont. mu"% fu-^t.her depreciation in vnlr-.'M*!.  present  a  petit'on  to    His    Majesty  must be exerci������-<-_ through a minister.  Two other suffragettes were sent to  gal-arrest of the wouid-be   petitioners.  Edmonton   Prison   Farm  Edmonton.���������^-The  first  prison  farm  in western Canada is to be establish-  Weekly sta+-*ties  contin*.!-1* b-������ar*'---. Pr'mary receipts  iin the, different, snr-ne wh-eat marke's  ������rn  nin,*"-T,������'   T'^h  >������-p^vip*f  +,H<i-q* last  Flax���������  The demand for flax was poor for  the greater part of tbe week but has  improved somewhat this last two  days. Receipts continue large. Today's prices are 1 . N.W.C. lOJl^c;  2 CW. 106%c- Futures closed May  112%c; July 114%c.  All pr-'ees quo'ed- above are for in  store Fort William, Port Arthur and  Duluth.  Elevator Contract Awarded  Fort Wili*ia_i,  Out.���������The Canadian  Stewart  Company  has been  awarded  fhe  contract for  the  building of the  new  3,000,006 bushel 'addition  to the  margin; xxi, 31, margin; Isa. xii, 3>.  Gen. xxiii tells of 'the".death'- ant|  burial of Sarah at the age' oS' ia*?  years and of the"purchase of the cave?  as a": baylaS.  record tik  districts, and especially regarding the j Abraham's servant obtaining a-?-wi_a.  establishment of various kinds of ��������� for Isaae and is wondrously suggei^  factories. Enquiries also will be ive of tbe present work of the "Holy  made concerning openings for capi-| Spirit obtaining a bride for the CTtiei-.  tal investmeat. On their return a ��������� fjed and risen Christ. We Tcnoi*?-  general report will be prepared and from Eph. v, 31, 32, that Adam aat_  also special reports for private firms.   Eve  are  typical of  Christ    aud    t_<_  church, and there is much to be leara:.  ed from all the brides of Scripture^  notably Rcbekah, Rachel, Asenatb anci  others? The Bride, the Lamh's wife?  is described in Rev. xxi, aud in Jer,  iii, 14, Jehovah says that He i*? mar-,  ried to Israel. r  . We have seen Abraham promised ������*.  seed as the dust of the earth or t_������,  sand of the sea and again as the stasia?.  of heaven, and we have seen the tw������  combined (Gen. xiii, 16; xv. 5"; xxUft  17). Later we shall see the _sa*j>  promise given to Isaac and the das***  proroise to Jacob (xxvi, 4; xxviiS, 14>4  FOR IMPERIAL DEFENCE  HOW CANADA CAN BE OF GREATEST HELP  Sir   Geo.   Reid   Believes   That   in   the  Near  Future  Canada  Will   Have  to  Undertake the Defense of the North  'Pacific and  the  North  Atlantic.  London.���������in the "bourse of a speech  before the Royal Colonial Institute,  slr George Reid, High  Commissioner   %^������%i?^^l���������^^^(������&  fnm    i.1--llo.n,-i_   Intorpctincr   refer-    <\ml   *>������11J,i   "^y   wucjj   w_   &,^e  111^   ta*s-i.������4  church and the elect Israel completely  for Australia made  interesting references to the question ;of Imperial de  gathered, tbe heavenly and the eartiV  ^���������J^XfX^������^Sti^SZ F^ ���������aS_S-3?��������������������� ������  time was hot fa,r dlsjtant when Canada would-have'to undertake the defence of Yt^e??N?prth? Pacific and the  North ,Atiantic,.f?",^^falia,and' New  i7.c.aif,r,A-  *r>o _r_f.3_^iiirQiiii^..'.''.lip   . safe-  guarding the .South??PacTfic .^vhlle India must eventually lakeg, substantial  share in the havaFdefence?of-^the Bast.  Such a scheme?''h:e^poifited out, would  leave England- ffee"?t6;cbn^jitrate in  ed by the city of Edmonton at a point j yar.      Th������ TIp'^p'' S's-'" i-i-^iblp winsome ten or twelve miles up the Sas-j p*v (i^crepccri  r>P5 00f������ hi^-^'^i ifj-oi'iT-t  katchewan River, near    Big,  Island.  This  was  decided  bv  the  council  at  concerned, the federal system has  been an unqualified success. , And  this, success has been a tribute to the  snea wJio .have bee-n governed as well  as  those  who  framed  the  system.  Ballooning Across Atlantic  Berlin.���������Joseph Brucker, tho German-American aeronaut, who plans, to  cross the Atlantic in the balloon  Suchard II, is in Berlin saying farewell to, friends prior to starting for  the Canary Islands, where he expects  to begin his voyage between ApripV*2  and 14.  Mr. Brucker, with the balloon will  leave Trieste for Laspthamas by  .���������steamship on March 27. The Su������*'.i-  ������rd II is the largest balloon in e\ist  ence. Its d'ameter is 80 feet and  its gas capacity 700,000 cubic feet. >'r.  Brucker will be accompanied by two  assistants. They are talcing three  weeks' provisions, but if they have  the luck they expect they will land  either in the West Indies or o.i tho  northern coast of South America {v.  ���������five or ten days.  its regular meeting,  when  that b>uy  a de<,.rp"^p-,e last. v*-ar of 1 ?*^2of>o bush  pi������.    -YThp c'l-nad'ai vif*'*-i������ increa^d  "r7 7*>*i vm.*-."s^i������j diking f**������ .*otf*l -now  adopted a recommendation of the city, 2C>.1,C..3P4    h-rc-hei-?.  commissioner suggesting that Trcdoiv  ick W. Lyons, who opened the prison  farm at Guelph, Ont., and .io.v in th-  employ of the Ontario government in  i'.ii.s capacity, be employed as s'iper-  'intendett of the city's farm  Th������! s*.rvice_ of Mr. Ly*us l*,a������e  been sot ured hy the city very largely  t};7,!igh the efforts of R! B. Chad.yrck.  head of the department ot neglected  ciu.drcn.  Thp wf1'!'^  vr-s,3.*b,i������" suriTilv , ti.r>rv������r'itnir to T?-^j/1-  c.tT-e^t.--3 ".1>Tr<-.-' o lnv.q^rt *^.^>T./>r,..& fo.r fT������.p  TVA"k-^f ^ PO'V 0<\(\. Hiyr^flfr Vmf.f ygo- if,  inr>-rp"������<vrl       1  Afit 000       Imic-ih.-,1 o T'"^  r������������pnit'*,y 0*0 Oo'-an T>i^������3nio;a i������? no-"T ?������>+.  t.?T|<f     VTV     l-^r?"0,        rT*1.0.mf\     ^m(.     f,y,     i������^.  ^>TT������.Q,c,ia   ,Trfi,-*    woaV    f,f   ? *7pi)JiriO     r...O^J.f.11.  T-'-i-.r-ii   l%-'������ij������-i5   t-v>o   tn+al   "/--   to   ^.* 99c*..  rto{. t,,,-!,^!- ;���������,, ���������&~Si-,-x o^-rq ,"00 niii-f-  <-l"    Inc.*    vi������r, "No       \V"-'-,7--1'v       *~~*h **--*'  c|-v,;T\-rr.nT)Ac;      Ia"t      W^V      WTO      571 000  >'v.   j^yons has an excelh^nt exper-j huc-h,**1,- ,i"c~ tiiov, tv,<, ^v-r.-r.'  far ������s adaptation to local conditions hT^ience,   says   the   city   commis-onais,  c-   WP**  r.nd is a trusted aud well re : nnaend  ed em*tloyee of his department. He  can be depended to take o-zc-r the  whole nj-jiagemenL of Lhe pris i.i farrji  from its very "inception. Th-u is to  say, he could take charge of the prisoners and through them conduct the  buildings that would be necessary.  He could oversee both buildings and  farming operations.  Arrival of Immigrants  Ottawa.���������During tho eleven months  April 1, 1912 to March 1, 1013, of the  current, fiscal year. 357,331 Immigrants  arrived In Canada. This total is  made up of 133.711 British, 124,308  from tho United Stales and 00.222  from all other counlrloH combined.  Tho corrctiponning cloven months or  ���������the preceding year gnvo a total of  3111,410 Immigrant*, nnd ot those  J24,48a woro Brltitth, 111,458 from the  United States and 00.005 from all  other countrk's combined. Porccnt-  Atfdfi of In-ronHO aro:  Bri Huh 7 per pent.; Amorlcan C p< r  40ent.: othoi* counlrloH 4 per cont.; total X7 per cont.  SPLENDID   FOR   CANADA  Sir A.   F.   Firth    Believes    Canada's  Future is Very Great  London.���������Sir Algernon Freeman  Firth, president, of the Asisoelation of  Chambers of Commerce of the United  Kingdom speaking at the annual meeting of the association, said: The universal increase in trade in 10ia was  undoubtedly owing to the development  of new countries which has been going on at such a magnificent pace recently. Never had there been such  a demand as during the past year for  capital for developing the newer countries.  It has be-en a splendid year for Canada. Large sums of money have  gone thero and were well Invested.  It was a fashion to say things wero  golng  too  fast  In   Canada,  continued  hiv   4 fin*"* p'I'i   iiiif'ir-i-o   iiiwi  t^n-p   "hp  0,nrr"'*>riT>'':!*iw    Wpo.k    Ipc',4    i'0-iy      Com-  parative details are  as follows:  C.P.R.  Elevator-D.    This will make i the North Sea, and?a Targe proportion  the total capacity    of    this    elevator  of the trade routes? ^ ?" :-f?? --%?"''  7,000.000  bushels.    The  price  of  the       sir George "thought  the~AusEr'aIian  contract has not been received  here  yet.      The annex must be completed  by the fall.  ��������� ;  ���������������������������    '  -i  Expect Good Sea! Season  St. Johns, Nfd.���������The Newfoundland  seal hunt began recently *-'iea?^i?*e  first division Of the sealing lleeV'Vct  out from this port. The ea.������-ly: presence of drift ice in the Ginf of St  Lawrence and off the,,Grand Banivs,  ahd the fact that seals were sighted  several weeks ago have been taken as  indications of a good  season.  Munich.-���������Two young  employed at a Munich cafe fought a  duel with revolvers to settle the question of the ownership of a $2 tip left  by a wealthy guest.    One was killed.  1,360.000  800,000  A merican   Russian       "Danube, ;   Indian    112.000  Argentine   5.272,000  Australia ..2,560,000  Au������tr.!a Hungary       24,000  Chili & North Africa   ..  ....    200,000  Last W'k Previous W'k Year Ago ���������  .3.448,000        4,952,000 2,192,000  1,192,000 968,000  240,000 -���������:>������: oo)  584.000 720000  5,848.000 2,784,000  1,344,000 1,640,000  192,000  96,000  Total Bushel3 '..   ..   ..13,776,000      14,352,000    0,168,000  Opposed to War Panic j  P?.ris.���������Some opposition '���������? the immense and hurried increase of the  peace footing of the French army hat  made its appearance. 350 professors  of the Sorbonne, many of them among  the fluest scholars Iii France, have issued a united address to the people of  France not to allow themselves to  yield thoughtlessly to the military  panic and the force of reaction which  tend toward desperate adventures  hostile to the republican government.  Investigate Cut Worm Evil  LpMibridge,   Alta.���������The     Dominion  government hns advised W.  H.  Fair-  Held,  superintendent    of  the    oxperi-  Slr Algernon, but I do not believe it. I mental  rami hero, that an expert, en-  I   have   recently   returned   from   that   tomologiHt,    Mr.    Strickland,    would  Dominion and tho stories hoard of its | Iphvp   Ottawa   shortly   to   thoroughly  progress aro wonderful.  DUKES   DEPARTURE  Kebukea War Mono ers  Berlin.r���������Tho Gorman1 Government.  publishes u shnrp rebuke to cortaln  newnpaporri which woro declared to  ���������have boon fomenting International  trouble by provocative arllcluB. .It.  /tiao rtinnvoWH an attack mado by ih"  Cologne Gazette on Franco as Uio  KuropiNin mlschlcf-makcr, to which a  flection of tho foreign pross attributed an ot'ici'iJ chiuaclor. The Govmi-  ���������ment, declared that Iho Hlt.mit.fnn ">*'  improved and thero is no doubt that.  the ctfbrtH of t.ho powers toward pnni-i*  ���������will be HnccoBBful.  Invcutlgallnu  Gold  Find  SUn-gway, Ahu+ka.���������Dr. Young, provincial uccrc-Uiry of British Columbia,  has arrlvod with dogn'anil supplies to  rnmlrn    ori    i IIVP111'1 I'll I inn    Of    thP    r������pOrt  i������d atriko of placer gold at 'jVwlln Lake.  All the ttt'*i*m*jihlpH arriving here an*  rrcwiict.1 wllh proiippctoni.  Nothing dotlnltc concerning tho  value of tho now digging** iu known.  ������pjij* riM-iort of Hip rtiHPnverv wii������  upread   by an   Indian,  Bkoolaun  Jim, j crcano In oxpciullturo.  His Royal Highness Will Sail From  Halifax on  March 22  Ottawa'.���������Definite announcement Js  nm dp from Rldeau Mall that thoir  Itoynl llighnoaboa tho Duke and Duchess of Coup a tight, 'ami Iho Princess  Patricia will sail ror England on the  C.'P.It. HtpaniPi* Fmpi'PHM of I-I nl hi In,  Ivavihig flulll'ax on March 22,  Thoir Royal llIg'hncHscs would be  accompanied by Miss Polly, ;V11hh Adam, Major 13, S. Worthlngton, Cnpt.  Buokolcy, (-apt. Puller and Capt.  HoKcawou. li in poHHiblo their  Royal HIjiluicfl'SrPH may spend a fow  (la,V8 In Montreal on Iholr way tu  Halifax hut nothing yot him heon definitely decided as tn their visit.  investigate thp cut-worm evil in southern Alberta. Tracts of worm Infected hind on different farm.s are be-  Will Help Sheep Raisers  Lethbrid_e.���������An O'tawa despatch  indicates that the government, is prepared to help the wool industry in  southern Alberta. They propose to  place two men to sort and pack for  the English market and pay twenty-  five per cent of the cost of tho shipment to the old country. They  can put southern Alberta on the market in this year in competition with  the Australian and South African product.  Vice Admiral ""etires  London.���������Speaking at  the  bni*':*.:et  of  the   chamber   of   Comnie.ec,   Vice  Admiral Sir Percy Scott paid.  At tho end of this week I will be  out, of bhe navy. Thore is io reaMi  for mo to remain .when I only b.o.-k  the path to promotion of those my  Junior.  The admiral doclared that tho Brit  policy having its own navy -and operating, in-, conjunotipn .^with ?the:. British  fleet,,-,w:as--- the example ..which? naust  eventually be followed by?aH?the iself-  governing D'ominiJ'onk'. Meanwhile  he -could suggest;"nothing/"better thaii  the present? _yWt:em'of Imperial conferences and consult_ti_ns with the  Imperial defence committee open to  the Dominions, and with freedom.to  the Dominions to share the burden  of defence, either by having their own  navies or by contributing to.the British navy, a system which was coh-  sist.eiit with the fre^tiom of action an.u  the co-operation of all the self-governing parts of the Empire.  Speaking on the suggestion of- the  establishment of an Imperial Parliament, with especial reference to India, Sir George declared that while  the idea was undoubtedly a noble cne  it had many anxieties about it.  Would this Parliament of the empire, he asked, for instance, recognize  the color line and leave out. representation of 36,000,000 of the King's subjects.  In regard to these Imperial subjects  the commissioner said some people  were getting h little sick of peror-,  ations which let them have any ideas  for consideration, but in regard to  the safety of the Empire he emphasized the belief that there would be  better development of,naval and military strength by proceeding on the  present basis than by merging independent energies into one common  Parliament.   ,  Sir Joseph Ward said he agreed  with Sir George that it was improbable tha-t any self-governing dominion  would consent to return to the old  system of government under a central  authority.  Earl Brassoy gave the assurance  that, as far as the Empire's naval defences were concerned there was nothing to be afraid of at, tho present,  moment. Indeed he felt jus.ifiod in  repeating Lord Fisher's assurances  that they might Rleep peacefully at  home ln their beds.  the sand, .we may wonder that we di^  not  see it  before.  In our lesson chapter we se_ ^  wealthy father and his only''sens*, vster**.  had been given back to him _"QB&tB^_  dead in a figure and to whom h>e ba<-*i  given all that he had (verses 35, S51-  We see also a servant who had ossfe-  trol of all his master's goods  forth to obtain a wife for this  and carrying with him samples o_ I  master's wealth (verses 10, 22,,5������%:,  The story of the servant's praye^. &������_  childlike trust in God, the direct ans.-  werto his prayer and his refusal to,  eat till lie had told his errand are s*V(  most fascinating and instructive and[  a grand commentary on the Goldei\  ;YextY:. '���������.-,-,'.-. .-���������'���������;'���������:-. ',-  '������������������'���������: As we read of the only son to whoa*������,  the father gave all that he had "we.  cannot but recall these words: [Al\  things are delivered unto Ivle of Siy  Father. The Bother loveth the Soi^  and hath given aii things into Hisa  hand^.CMat: xi, 27;v John iii? 35)'." Thss*--.  ' -e - t4V   tlio    Wirilv    Sriiv-lt     Wiinna    d>ru^^.i^������  ^-���������      -^-  .   ��������� -      --.r       ���������x -'       -��������� ���������~ ��������� ~      ��������� Jf"^--���������-%  work in this age is to obtain a bride,  for Christ and who is suggested b-*?  Abraham's servant and his commSs-.  sion, %e caJinot but think of th,es^  words .concerning Hini: He shall tesrU  lfy of me .He shall receive of ?mia^  and shall shew it unto you (John xv^  r _ *���������������     <-"._!���������**.    -L ���������1__     A_������  Ing   Bocured   for .pxppi'inip.nts  and   al j ish mivy was never more olflcionl thon  tho government farm here. ' at, tho present tlmo.  APPROVE ARMY INCREASE  German   States  Obey  Will  of  Kaiser  Wllhclm  Berlin.���������Tho llnanee miiilstors of  t.ho federated hUiU'h mot In conference horo and unanimously *a������'roud to  the army Increum*. Tho Uovern-  mont'H propoHal to cover tho Initial  pj.'ppnd'tur'-' by n nen vecuyrr'nt gen  oral property tax met, with general  approval. ,'i_35  The conference fur:her iido.ul.ed a  plan for taxing the wealth of thu  country for lhe pur-iotM- of mi-illui; thu  rrrpnter   iinrt   of.   iho    nni-miiii.-nt     i������.  Several Kiiii^  WHO     II.UI     i.l.I in, I.     1....W..I., . 4 HO        IIUH I    IIH-llllllk.il ���������>       IUVCI1IIH  4ifginea aro 180 miles oast of Atlln. ��������� al������o ugrceil Lo.  m'iiu*ui'4-i������    wero'  \\LORP������)OUN������.,  ���������\   cu&i itvr* At  Xft_ ������������**eN-   ,Ji>  A French Explanation  Paris.'���������The Pnria newspaper L'ln-  translgant  publlfhea. an    article    intended to explain  the increased military activity of France recently:  Through an Indiscretion of an eminent Italian politician the paper says,  Hip French government learned on  January 13, that Germany hnd asked  Italy If she could be ready to Join  with Germany and Austria* In a campaign to begin In Octobor, 1013, to  put .in, en*! .by dech-lvo, actipn to the  gouor|ii unea-sliifeSB hwEnrope.  Tho French' government, made Inquiries wijlcli refluitcd In full eonflrm-  mtlon of tn'.fc'Tlhfoii-mniion and thon decided to proteoed1'with Urgent military  measufes ,'���������' ��������� ���������.' ������"������������������������������������   ���������-.���������<���������������������������  X HIS    J J-U1J.    C3J441 iL. (.CUiCi    t\\  His.?word of the wealth aud tlie joy-***,  of the Son of God, and the only ques,  Hon for the sinner is: Wilt thou g4ai  with tbjis man? (Ver&e 58).  When the reply is, as Rebekah-ei  waa, I will go, tlhen the i_atter of ouf  redemption is ftettled, and we star**-,  on our way to meet, our Isaac, having*  received from the Spirit evidences ot  Hia love and His riches of grace, sucl*,,  as are set forth in Eph. 1, 3. 6, ?,: IS.  14; Rom. iii, 24; v. 1; , viii, 1': %  John ill, 1, 2, etc. We must start,  at once jm* the servant did with '.Re*  bekah, and not tarry In the old surroundings, for we are now His "purchased property and we are to servo  the living and true God and to wai*^  for Hi������ Son from Heaven, whom K_  raised from the dead, even Jesus, who  delivered ur. from the wrnth to ty?*m*  (1 Thews, i, ������������. 10). There Is tu* <%  cord of the journey beyond iho S-55  that Rcbekah and her damsels r*rfj&  upon the camelB and followed _*������  man as he took them and went &&9  way.  Il niii,t-tl I'uivw beui. a lung juurney,  commonplace and weary, and they  know not 1.1 h- way, but, the mini kne-w  the way. and they had only to follov"-  him< The only true llfo or the be-.  Hover Ih lo yield to the Holy Spirit *  control and guidance and lot II"m hav*,  His own way with un in everything.  We cannot but. bellcvo that the sor*  vant would have much to tell ot  Isaac and lib*, wealth and that ho ha<i  little if uiighl else to talk about, and.  we can muiroely think that she wonhi)  grow weary of hearing about hfm to  whom she had already given horHolt?  and with whom sho expected to upend  hor llfo as his wife, the' Fharor of hin  Joys and sorrow's.  RpheUah'H covering herself as ph*>  mot her beloved makes ub think or tho  seraphim of l������a. vl; who In tho prow-  en no of the j"lory cover themselves  with their wiiiRH and' of Paul, some ot  whose favorite words wore: Not 1. but;  Christ; Not 1. but the Kraco of God.  I Gal. II. 110; 1 Cor. xv. 10). In verne  67 we read that Tr'iiac was comforted  iind 1 TIuhh.- Iv, 10-18. tells ub to oom>  fort one another, with the thought ������2  im.'o'ui}:, our  lieliMcd  ni  thu air wiuX���������,  NO  HEREDITARY  PEERS  Peary Golna for Med**I  Portland,     Maine,- Hear     Admiral  I'oberl   K.   f'eary   will   buit   tic.vt   ���������Sai-  urdny from Now York for Pome when1 He shall welcome" Hin bride,  ho will be presented with a gold modal- by thu Royal, Italian Geographical  Society of Uomo,Jn ,-Uau<qr. of the discovery of the ..pforUi Polo, |lorbert  L. Uddf-emcn, -ccrctary of tho iv.iiv  Arctic ehih, who with Mrs, Peary.  MIhh Mario Peary, and Robert Ifl.  Poary, Jr., will accompany/ the ud-  rn 1 nil.  No More Plre Horses  New   "iork.-���������Tho   day   of   tie*  homo In New York City hi over.  will purelume no more horiien for '.hi  llro department,  CommlnHloncr .John  lire  Wi:  now , ei i  Under No Circumstanceo WIII  ItB Ab.  uolUtu    VCU)    U|Jui.    r,*i;.-|ttUr.'i   Iji:  P.calored  London.-"During the coiirrio ������>r tho  debute in Ihe Hchim' uf Couimoiih, \hn  ri>HlliiiiHl.-i- (;i'iii-������-;il   tln>  I'l--til   lloi.in-.  able L. M. Samuel. Intimated tnju it,  wan lhe Intention <,f the (lovi-ri'ipent  ������lnring the lit'eMine <vf tb ��������� \n-<^n :it pnt--  liament. lo introduce a bill f'-r r-'forri!  ot  the I Inline of LonU. ',  He Raid that the new ������*. emnl ehnm.  ol  Uio  womiu voniain  no  vui.u  .1.  ., .     ..,.1.  .     . I  nun      uui.i.,UiUu. iV������i      iiuvc  ..������>,.n������   i Knn  ������������������������.,-.������,,.   In Vi...   .1.....,_ ,      ....,���������  apimrutUH wlUi niolurH uh fiiHt uu |joh' \ clrcumt������t*Jil������ceri would iu ubnolu!*' vote  Bible.  /  !.<��������� rettu-trnf-. #���������!������������������������������ i_J^._-_li<tt<--i-*_i  THE    CRESTON    REVIEW,   :raiSBPHm  ������*���������>������������������������ ������M0������p<<0������*w  \-mmtiti m RUBBISH  WINTER DAiRWi  9  ���������������������fWt���������������Mtir,aEfl^iYtWfliw^  FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL  It makes no difference what you figure oa  planl'.ns this season���������tc can supply you,  and with Uio finest quality or nursery stock  ever grown. ,  All trees, plants, rlaes, berries, climbs,  evergreens, roses, etc., sold, by ua firo guar-  teed  TaTJt* TO KAMB  It -nil!  nay you to got In toueli  with us.  ���������   EVERY PI-AN'rEIl NEEDS OUR BOOK-  LANDSCAPE GARDENING  Be   WHAT TO  f?LANT   .  32 FAG������S,        iO'vCSTAMFS)  ���������*i*e_p sk g^E  1_���������_- iSeaai  TU  Dairymen .'.practically all agree thnt a  :. ���������Kreatwr   totnI.Ytiuip*,iiit   of. milk   is   secured* when   the cow*-,  freshen   in  the  fall,   says   n   eorivspondent   of   Iowa  Homestead. .     The -   real    -advantage-  Every Now and Then Some One Dis- !$  covers a Uso to Which a Despised "|  Article Can Be Put���������Shoddy and ; %  Mungo Are the Basis of a Great ':'<ii  Industry���������Old Tins Are Now of j ;j]  Value.  Have you ever considered what a  conies torn the stimulus of. fresh grass .' curious and wonderful trade the busi- ?'|  in tli_ spring. In the. case of spring ness of collecting waste materials is?  calving tho,.saine stage in lactation is- jt js bigger and far more interesting  reached at-the time pastures dry up.. / tImn vnu cou--tl e������er have ?guessed,  Then  as the: tW.trul .tendency ;is  tor.j  ^   ^.^   y(m  ^   aU   sorts  q������   by_  w.'*:S where you will make some odd  discoveries.  A waste mcrehant oi* dealer���������there  are any-number oi names under which  the business  is carried  on���������is  a man  \?A       V-l     _*__. ...  ^-K^-SS-?1-.  ^a ssr  _=i sr *sa a  -ss as  E3  H M |_  II __^ W _s_  1=3  ET5S���������H_  .-^gyi  RICHARD M-COMS.O-NLMOR.  8QX.A.A_D-RGRQV_,B.C.  James Compton,  A^cnt  nrninorr pinjmiUL-"Df  rcliiunrr sii ii!4wnn;-H ���������  WKtfif.'qyy   OS -.SJTO   sssassssa  Baassss: r LHii i o  the milk liow It* fa 11. off. the change to-  dry feed  is uuule.,v.'liieh  Lirinys a  fur-  ther^i-pdiictipi*,;. Instead of that, cows-,  that JLi'aye fi'esiiei.id in the falcate turned mi si>i'ipg-pitstiii'.e,,uiid lhe (low kept. .  up for. some tiiiu*..   .Twenty per com as-  the   increase   in   yearly   production   i.-~ .  l������robiil>l.v  none too high'an. estimation  for the 'idditioiuit ainount secured  l>y  t hat; practice. ''"''.  Winter daifylug lias other desirable ;  features.    On the small faini or nn tho  general   farm -where only  a  few  cows  are kept, it serves as a means of giving '  employment   -'it-   least   a   part   of   the-  time for the owner and hired help,    it  relieves the work of tanking and ear- :  ing   for   cows  nnd   calves   in   summer  when Held work is most ur.uent.   Thus  it is a material aid in solving the lured  raau problem, for it helps to distribute  Potters Prints anc Ginfthn'ms iu Latest Patterns; also NEW STOCK  enlisting of "Scrim, Voile, Crimps, Dress Linen, Poplin, Vesting Dress Goods,  Mad wis and Curtaineite, Crash and Glass Towiing?       , .-.-���������':-'  see our stock  ,1  ,s    .'���������%���������������������������_  *->  **%m\  Hardy Tsoi-tbei-n f/rown stock  of   1 e  following varieties:  Senator Dur=!ap;  Parsons  "*������������������    Jifc��������� :-.-~V->���������..  t**W"  !$_&���������&< 4  m-n '"VI-rv" VVar=  field; Clyde; Ciarks Seedling and  Helen Davis.  $tiy(f  sass.>  >    ** '*������������������.;-������������������f^^>**SMC^fi^>-r-- >  ___$&? ^J^^S*^_-_e_^'^^X*^<S_[_     <:-"? ���������<  Photo toy  Minnesota.  liii-aiK- .*&���������*���������"'e.i'.M  Price i$]i'.?',') per t ii.itirp.iid. i'xuivss  charges pr-t-p,-i.I������.i. Is' ii.-i-^ent di<viHint  if onb'ied   .-inii ������������������:���������.:������:   i  ���������  .   ii.  {        The Hn5stei������ cow .l-i!-,:u'  ]     <y_e d,u������ie TX8 K*l  !ms a  Ki-il-M-  .,rd   of  ..!      ">'.*.  wh.-j will buy wlia't nobody wanks.  How over useie-v-- a thing may' seem !  iu- oan generally find a use for it. oiiti j  Ji ��������� thrives on this special knowleuee t  of wii-t tiling.'?"- are m'ai_U.'. of,' and what ;  they can be made into. Many wii.ti^ j  luereuaiits i:re very rich men, and j  out of business liours you would nevei1 |  "iit'ss. that i.-u'ir weiiltii was drawn j  jj-'i'n such d������������������*-'��������� i-isvd ai-tiele.s' as vix'j:' j  or old tins. ^ J  An impetus is sriven to the business,  evm-y  now  aud then by. t'.s * di.-.C'-ive'.'.v  of   some    fresh    use.   to    which   waste  mat ..'rials  eau  be   put.  The first <-, tb.ese jmpuls-. ' was given  alui-'S* ex:: Uy 5 00 ye'irs "i-io by _ao  i?;'-.r!ishin::n. v. b.-.i discovered Miat  Vo-���������-1 ten i'a.^s eoe.ld be ioi-,i up into .*i  lualerial. then ea.lle.l "ran woo!?'  which was ;il;n---'-i- as vroo'l as the oi-t;:.-  ina'l   \\',"i.       l!'..-i   .-illij  le   .1 is.\',\ C'.-,"    ll iii",  i-r-voiu'.ie.o:v.--i ��������� t'le V'.'o.di.ui ir.dustry,  and l';e :t-;i- ;-;:ii, ;e.;:iiU%-l "nhoi.Ui.V  U* m^t;!>:��������� ;r-im >-���������.; -n-s, sucii as slock-.  \-\'2>). or "iiu:f!".-;o,** if u.;ulc of hard  ;������������������'.:-��������� is cou-iiuicvi in b;: jc quantities.  \\i".':-.i*.i n ;-h->;: r.idius uf Dewsbury.  ir. leu- lie-.ir'. ,-. 'be bee.vy woollen di-'-  til.-t. ������������������' Y--t-l--.--b.Ji.-.>. there are over 400  li:.:-n<i>U; v.\-.���������������������������e'iia.nt.-, who sell to iile  ,*. ;������������������ il-.-u   :l.e,.l  .--he.ijy   MUiuu.acturers.  < I:. ;,:;\.- ;;;������������������' co-ecU".''''>ll over the  e-::������������������ ivy, and. eveu. iniperled ir.-in  :.bread, to the tune of about a million pouiv.b- uortli a yc-r. *r?o expert  -!��������� ���������  the r:1 ������������������-:.'vui'ers t.-.iat they  can  us-  ^-sissJWMnasffliEaatBnwtw3CC3criL-.-ijr.r������arr:������;^-.'..-rr3ro  ft---   "i  General  9   MERCHANT  .;'.- Casr- a;id receive your VIVE percent, cliscotiitt at oar Store  ;������..-s-:*.:'r-:*^:&.--^  Ch-.ii-ch   Notices  MK'nionisT riiuiicn  "fvici-s will In? lu-ld ovr-iy Suiulay us  .i:.:.i*r~m,r,?&^:^  C-ffl*;*  PWUJKk" Ot Sn.  la "1-3 ������-*> s.     t:-e  '���������*  ostK^ by the Jfil���������-fcsau. msuue aay-  ^l^<^~t^'*m%r\������'^h^rm at thir- |  \ I    ty-O^paa ������f������r. witJUi ���������������-������������ not pia- |  iK-ii:;-t-   .-c.reMfH     m^tmmtS   Wxis$\xK+ii   OxSm.   1-i   FC1?   "^ #  , I    <Oi>4 o������a=j.i*Mpl. li*^ b-en. euUea am* |  j     tis3?gBJaxt:4.    ^S  *-!������������  ������n*i������-in*l   bent j  ua.ti\."  tell .-tt. a uUiiiC-e  fr-un what  part  foiioivs:  Moi'iiiu;.;"  I'lv.-uitev  11:00 a. in.  7:o0 p. in.  Sabbat h School 2:20 p. in.  Vou  are   welcome  to   tarry   with us  Fred L. Carpenter  Pastor  A /SH"- e& ,  1| o  S'i^OMf.  no y.ooM  p  MILLIARDS AND POOL, HOT OR COLD  BATHS, CIGARS, C8GARETTES AND  CONFECTIONS; RAZORS     GROUND  AND SE   .  the world  ui  i������   u -. \ e,  sain;dc of rag  In the  '.owns of  Dewsbury. P.atley,  Ji'.-'-l-ey.  Oss.-tL,   tb.-c.kiuoudv-.-i!-e, E.ng.,  anci     e'.i :.>:*.-'   '.ve   :i:;ve   Lhe  i Ul->-iUS  S-k^'-  tatle c>; u wliole ci''.ie.t.ry-sidc'1!ounsii-  bv virice oi the -discovery  of tlie  but flte*������ HWS *S������m_j!i-    The present I  j   ���������"*      -                  .                                  .,             ���������  v,,|!;^^S^C   .-.      ,__ ^7- ���������      ,,__!������������������  S.   I    ,.=,..j     l ,-i    \vtnr>n      c:>!ii-'i,,     "Wool leu     V.1-4S  1    48^3. ^s t^aeea^  ^s*s.   c\>n=*s������������'.-������ s i   ���������������-���������������������������������>���������    *������������������������    *���������������������������������-������������������    - -���������-*. --     "on'.'i    "*-^-  '       ������i������r W^'*>*������o ���������o������i axm-m Hk>_(t������in3. S i _i������y   be   put.     jd������w   many   moderate  *     "             " -j I .   fart-.ioe-- have been-made in the wool-  ^���������-irSuS^iaec* tiisn tmitm s?" mveh  '���������aBl-i W^Ml'jjWv'tecdCt t.-y me orls-  tf        ti  .  IW    *  .__!__���������     _  TO FUR SHIPPERS  Tho most civurato, reliable and only Market lieport  &���������11'rice Li.st of iU kln-1 published.  "alp* #i|������bnrt g������i-ii$nijer"  Mal".ea   FEEE   to  thoso   intert-stml  in   Haw  Furs  SEND US YOUR NAME OH A POSTAL���������TCPAY  4b a in.,. ..   ...l,.,tb. u I..,......, ..... ..  ,. ..-..,-.. .. ..... .     Sgf  c-.-i.-ry tyo -.^-j-3.:5. v':ic!i^iv."->--"i r,--."-i-i-o'rwl:;it is nt.  doitii; in all thu Markets of t!i<> '.Vi.rl.l in American ^  Raw Fiira.   Tills inforination in v.ortU h-auiircus of g:  dollnre toyou. B  Write for It���������NOW���������IT'S FREE |  A.  B? SHU3ERT |  The Largest House In Iho World dealing exclusively in   i  American Raw Furs B  i-27 W. MlehlRan St.. Oept. 41 CHICAGO, III., U.S.A.   8  1__-JUJBI1W-������������������LLl-J-S  ���������-sfVTa <ovis.  r  ien-rau    '*���������::  to say. but  'av_:c.  -��������� ^    ^_       ������^ _    _ -._ ������  *.^ it   i*5   y.i-actieallv   -certain   that   the  ^^^_-?.^r������?_^t_!^._Le5.ia^,^     -'>^t you are wearing contains a pro-  nortion of shoildy.   This need iiotwor-  t ajaSsfe fW������ erork _jot_ eo_geul_l. | rv'vou.  hmvever.  for the some thing  e   it   would   not   ue   easy  Lhe numbei' must be very  PKKSMYTKUIAN    CHURCH  Si.-i-vice   evei-y   Simtlay   at-   11   a. in.  ��������� ml 7:l?0 p. in.  Sabbat b School at 2:;>0 p. ni.  Avluli    Iblilo  Class at close of even-  :i.;- seeviee.  W. O.  1.1 LA KB  MiiiiHler  GSUWII  Ob   KMiLAKU  Cbnsf - hureh  "\JTr. .��������� 4-1.       /O..I-,.      _ .....1   ...\-  ,^������.������'. ...       .   .   *fctlll     KJU14.4.1.'   /  i-ifies Holy   Eapti'-m ll'i'.iii-  lie. .*.\ni Seliooi ii'.'iise 3pm  ������������������( b'.v'Sfihuol 3   i. tu  ������������������'���������m.s'.'Us', Sermon ~ p   ,.-8  March 21st  (Good   Friday)  Ii ;:. in.  o  Kmjt  M  ELD, Prop.  mtomZZEXX2m^Z&^^  _ uj _uolu xmsmtm  ������_^- ��������� ���������  ��������������� CDIIIT  TDR  .������������������* *,_ *      im xrs- Nrii   -        ���������       mm m ���������__ _- _^^. u  '^   ii     __,V'%--/ jb. n JL   _L^IL_-#  A l*b! !T>.     ^k ir^ti f_ t x r-t-ii ar-*-1%^ Tnr������ a  _ ��������� e*  loi-ni.g   Service  Creston Wm  a spirit, Co,  *w*>^w*u*MW-WW--awwii_^-__-4-M___>W-wa*---Bi' wmmuinmt&ax&^e jmmm&  Get your Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars, Poaches.  Pipes, etc., at the  Crerton  W\m & spirit Co*  ant mum WmTima\xr.jx**mi.+e3m  %. ffioo!e, ������roijri-tor  TTlTlTnV i  r*\t  ������    -  a nm in -si    nn i  cf tbe  Grt&ton*������ri;S_so!t  H-ifk      flssoctattoi  will be held in  MERCANTILE  HALL  ���������*Vb������*������ oaljf a tew cews are kept the  r -yUljtiijf tx -ttsoallg. ������9 *xica job to bo-  tone ajf*t������t the nebular Oajt's work ia  \n- n������?id Win!ii* dair^ii'.-r e_SJ2g^s  hat, m.-iUbii: a uuuiHitaV .a mom it of  nilkin-j: iiec^'ssLtry iititne sumisiei*.  Milk e.-?ii lie Uiiri'c e:isii.v vare-d iur in  -viutfi4. - Nimirully coiil weatUei,- make*  i pussibie to Ueep x'v.v miik svv.eet tor *.*r  ,>n.yi-i- iime> -tad at U������.<k. effort  tli:iu iu  ��������� iiuiiU'!'.   Miis*. fiirms \vi:ere oniy a f������w  ��������� iws.-ue kept ave not sid-icienily equip-  e������L for summer il'iii'yiii;*;. Less elabo-  iiH equipuuMit is iiecessiii-y: hence the  ���������xpensu in tln-^ i;e*i;;rd it- less..  I'Siuilly  :i  Ijotfhi"' ni-ii'i- is ivi'i'ived  for  iairy   products,'iu "wintei".     The   total  'induction i^m*ways less.  The demand  ,s us jjreat, hhiiot irreater; eousetiuent-  '.v  the law of sujiply and demand de-  rees a hi.uhei* pV-ice in wiuler.  Winter  tbiiryin?;. i-i Jiot   witho.nt   its  i-c4.s|������oiisibilities.     The  feeding problem  s.uiore .serious.  *ln tlie case of cows  ihilt'have advanced far in lhe lactation  ���������>eriod it does not make so much differ-  Hiiro  if  lliey  do  dry   off as   the   winter  months pass.    In fuel, that  is what is  expected    of    Uiem.     However,    with  cows that  bave just  he.y-ir.i  the year's  nidation  period the case is different.  If tlie greatest profit is to be seemed  ��������� hey  must  he  fed  in  such  manner -'in  to induce them to keep il heavy (low.  Comfortable ipiitrters are esseiitiul  for sucecs.-wiil winter dairying. On  this point probably more mistakes  have been made than iu regard to any  other. A dairy cow is using her  blued and already digested food for  lhe .secretion of miik. In case sbe is  not provided with ample protection  against rain or cold she must Klaeken  up on milk scretini nud with that  siiine material warm her body. It is  plain that she must have a warm  pbicc It not'd nut he expensive.  Kipiall.v true i.-; the fnd thai drinking  wntQr ���������to'vnld be wanned. Cold, ley  water. If she is compelled to drink it,  imiPt hft w Ann ed In her body and by  "lent from tko tood she has eaten, and  tfcjul ���������}:- 4 iiilliei-* exp'-n.-lvo fuel.  t  *��������������������������������� "*%���������'"������  *���������������  MARC ?   Iwoiity Fourth  Gents $i I^adich I-rec  f~? *r r. ���������*������������������.- *������i ��������� -v A ' ���������       io,    !������������������*������,������������������',>'!  Jl_   t   *, ,     \    ������J< I X.IJ . ��������� '        ...-.tV������"  Eree  Refreshments  Cr^in nlk<9 Quality of Duttcr.  'XUb obaagetiir of the food frequently  lllij-K-l* Jb** ������uftUt*f   of  the  but tor.  Th*   S������MM   ti'*}2m  Cmmm^lli^H   CU&lT.0tCr   Ol'  +*!/& i\*par-tsam\ta tivnu tW fuml  MM* mltm**'4>m%VB% MuUt lefumo  :������ayS, ts$xpb d3ur������**V-1 -Xilllug evopH give  4_lor t������ |ft������������Jl*ft *"��������� lu butter. Ululeii  ������_. *mm pmmmmf a *$tm l****** Wbt*-t  has just been pointed out to a well-  known Cabinet Minister who has been  visiting among the "Raggers."  A word or ' two about cotton and  linen rn.us. Large quantities .of these  ".re v~r.-:-<\ in the better grades ot paper.  Mew c-oLton ' cuttings ar-e'.niade. into  cotton shoddy; old lace curtains are  torn up for use, mixed, with cotton  waste, in the bulls of ehsine waste,  with which you are familiar if your  vocation takes you into any factory.  There are plenty of other uses, in-  olii'.iing the manufacture of roolin?-  fclt. etc. VVli'it are called "ii!*e-rui"  rags���������t'hfit is, new cuttings of fair size  *���������are sold'to capmakers, and other  trades winch can use tbem up without reinanufacture.  Old tins form a class of material  for which no use could formerly bo  found. As the reader will know, they  only contain a very little tin in the  form of a coating on the'outside, tbe  principal metal, priced at oyer $ 1,000  per ton at, present, and it was well  worth while to try and find some way  of extracting it. An ingenious method  has now boen found of dissolving the  tin from the iron and afterwards recovering .it from the solution. The  discovery was made by a, German, but  thou.r'h tlie largest worlis are in thnt.  country the process is nl-*o in use in  Givat .Rritain. Huge quantities of  tins are collected bv the various London cleaii'.nng departments and sold  to have tin.- tin extracted.  Have you any idea what cordile,  celluloid, aad ;.7-(,ificial silk are made  of? All flnv.o are comparatively now  discoveries, and they are all made, at  least, in part, out of the cotton waste,  which is one of the waste products of  the Lancashire cotton industry. One  of the tilings the Balkan War did,  was to raise the price of low cotton  waste, which is used in the manufacture of cord if1.  liritain's cotton mills produce over  $20,(ino,fino worth of wni-'tejinnuiilly.  The iii'is'oii rats of the wa-te trade  are, undoubtedly, ',���������(,> \-,\<r s.Tap-iron  or 1 old-nu-bil merchants, who will  purchase anything froni au old battleship downwards, "A battleship every  now and liteii, and a forpedo-hoat oi  coiisliug slc'iuier any day of the  week," is the way they put it.  Old inelnUr nre, of course, used for  melt,ing dowli and refining. A curious  'feature is that in some cases the  inlv-  M.ueh 2oi-.i (Easter Day)  ioly Communion  ���������latins H"ly Cumt'iiunhm  ti. iclcson' School House   ���������  uiiday  .School \  ]vi-ns-,)iig .Seenion  ^       P!:i,ii;-=;      l-i-.ym:.';  S a,, in  11 a. in  *> p. m  f> p. in  **^ir  ^  *#  ���������^  ���������ii*.  /4 l 'W i ������    a 1 &*���������* hw t\ \  m s-' i **_ * ai  J.     m ,       .   ix^m v>-   t������l     -,  xi. X      m.  ���������������_4  J.      1      ������*������..-  ^_  roIrictpftani _  -  mmm hum lo.iuig iioiocnoo    ���������  VER-QN,  B. C.  MT^a*-."* ".*>"���������(.-.'-JJ-arfT ������������������.f**!5i"5t-l"J*l      C'lt     r     Uii    p    | Wli nt il 11*  I MW II.MH H*ti    Hill  IVct)  ���������_*'  i ]). in.     *  Ail our r.ce.s arc Hoiik* Grown and guaranteed true  16 lu'.iue. \Vc cany all-'-he leading varieties most  suited io this district.    Our specially is budded stock  s~\ *������ *      ���������*'   i *1   "v  O *->     ** *  *,./ * A     IUIX.L-      V  "    \mHX~\XKX      U   11UK     iV/v/lOi  vy  , a ..i ni rij.-. Di-.i-M,,-.,.;' k ,.,i-i,h\   ^        l;or further -uaiticulars app-}*' to our local Ageut.  .1 -id -ai  W  ti!i--"si1;.y    i-nd    "tliiii!.-     ^        w       *-^ . ,      ��������� '������-_.-       '    ''       '       m-* _-*.?-������ ^jp  ., k:,...-   ..,���������.< M,,.;n _6 .h ,,:d ^ J. B!hiC0v Box 2-9, Creston, B.C.  <&  , at Xelson ^^x  m. ~~~        ~~~ # # '^ <& # -#' 4^' ��������������������������� # ^"^ <%<$&.?% <&&&'&  4fr  -.������������������������������������     11. t.   i      * .......j       .. .I*.-.--.- ���������   :j;-.   *,^:l:'.-  ,'.\-   !c:c-   i-.'cently  pdilishcd  a   book  ' i  it id,    "Landsc.-ipe   Qnrfb ning,   and  ii ,i    .i P'jin*-"������������������ \s bicJi   t-cTi*--nis a    lot  > .ui   io  iiifornoiiion   fur   '.he   tiuii  ���������'"���������Hr anl rincher.      See   a-1   i-i   11 !c  ts- - i-.icp.i.i*������.ion ' j.M. i  5,000 Facts of Canada   iiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiniiii'iii*iiii|-r*i"    11_~��������� ii ii i >  ���������.".l&Zte'^lJC^^&JA^.^Xfj&lt.  Our  ^^j^  t&  y hj' a. -a.  _t  &  -r~N  WM L-  K1*..^'     It*-'   *m/S   vj^jy?   xx   __  Fl'���������-  JO. -���������i.   to--  *ifa0sm> M. M. -.4^  lerial   is   better   for   b-dng   old.    Thus  old  horseshoes acuruire iu the  prm-ess   -,r the v. ouib-rful iclv;  of use so excellent, a Lemper thnt  l.hey       "*  ave hon:-!bt at hi'.'h price's ta make into   a. h uk'u yem  cull-Tv. | .       .���������  All tho big Government nud muni- ! ^ ������"������"1 ,,"',-v������ ^ xU"  0"M"   <%i|Hil   dapui'tmeiiU   anil   undertnUitiL'S    i-u<>(('a(   i)**i_   Huron   Sireei,    rn,.nnii  * ii-.-      i.iu..<nv.    -,. i;l      M iriv;'..'iiie      '..im*    XO*0 ,  -.dumil ot ' 5000 Fuels Ab'uit C-iiind'.i," j  ���������oupili'd hy Ii"*i jt ii u Yi'dgh, tho uek'i-'W j  dged nu1 limity m.i 'hings (.���������niu-dian ni.d !  im uinliiu" of "Tbnuigii tlie Ilcnn of,  niida." Ten theusntnl copies nro now j  ��������� iLl annually, which hnd their ay all  vol* < 'uMtda   mid   the    ..inpir,',    indeed  ihe world.  ���������' rie- l'1 iCt- I'O tkler   \<i htllfl'ed   ii<-,    full ���������  '���������I'information   h ;���������. fiiii-.o'e e;  <{'  mv.!,' '.  In tho hapjiy and  irnn   v\ay  an   ICnglisli '  lournal   puis   il,  nnd   llie   new   is.-vc,  whioh incliuies mniiy new fomiireH and  improve nenlH, snoli as ������������������ co'i 'oil oum of  he Douiinim., p11��������� * v a   '���������!>:i i- ;' *>; " ������������������  in',,  i -1   ���������   ;  i'.'.i I.'  'I lu- h.   .k1'. (   ;    ���������,--*.'��������� ''���������     '  (rre.'*vy,*-w;.f.v^^^  /*&  '.������_._,     Lil  IT  w  ja.  4^^:  b*mt������    _Wfl������,'������J   ���������    Imrilt*   biirte* . Uiun aw!   the   -nvnt   railway   sytd mis   are  i*Jlhter.   tf niOfli id'ehiteii 1������ hilruilneed hir.m   prodti.er.i  of  diri'ere:it,  l*inus  of     ml i,-  sold   l.y   a  !f.ti a ratfOQ tlio.tiattejf Will bo soft, hut wml".    ami.    .<Ic.-ip.te    the    entlei-ms  Z. j^-,._nrr- mmm,, _,   -BiftfovMl h������.- the I" ���������|"',l   a'.'aiiist   them.   t.,ev   set,   a   "������    'TH.  II    llll'    ll'-enu.:     lie  r^v.  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