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 No. 555, -yth Year.  CRESTON, B.C,   FRIDAY.   APR.   4,   191$.  Single Copibs 5c*      "_������  1-  roTfty  .LdlUlf  Representative    Of    Ymir    Riding  Addresses Large Crowd In  Mercantile Hall  James H. Schofield came into the Creston Valley last  Saturday to renew old acquaintances and to teli his friends  and electors here of the accomplishments of the McBride  government during the past year.  The meeting, which was pre ided over by Mr. Watson,  was well attended and by the straight-forward speaking, Mr.  Schofield showed the people that he and his Icolleagues at  Victoria have given the utmost consideration to the interests  of the Province. He showed that he has given much consideration to the general welfare of the agrictlturist, laboring  man and to ones who are now engaged in the upbuilding of  the Province  Mr. McLean of Nelson was also present at the meeting and was first to speak. He made many comments as to  the advancement of the valley during the past few years and  reviewed many things of interest.  Mr. Schofield spoke on the different bills which have  beei^passed by the legislature, among which was the bill  for the amendment of the game laws act, which provides that  'is     aJ_i  juhy Npis  . tf. M.L.OUH  Return Verdict of Homi<  cide after Two Hours  Deliberation  h-tteis tuUiSt have licences^ This bill was much needed as  '������.*)  ev0* *>?* e\r\*r* II - K&  j^*X.XXXXm.   *V XXX    XT*.  m^x.0.4.&0mtr0%0%v  4^1. I\mm  uj.ui.v;viv.u  Liiaii  After two hours' deliberation a jury  in the district court, trying Frank J.  Allison on a charge of killing John  Camenon at Port hill on tbe night of  February 2, returned a verdict of jus-  tificabie homicide and the defendent  was discbarnr'C*d from custod*"-  On Saturday March 21, Allison went  on the stand, and his story of the  shooting ie'c'fc little doubt of his innocence of premeditation.  A. M. Todd left on Wednesday for a  trip to Nelson. ,    .  ��������� I have just received a carload of  democrats buggies which are all  guaranteed, call and see them.   H, S.  *ll"/������f-*i*.4so 4-1.  -with ''this Jsoi-in 3������rce, the  Jhere-to-fore. He also spoke of the amendmendment to the  iHotei bill which provides that all hotels must close at 12 0"-  ��������� clock on week days and 11 o'clock on Sundays. Mr.Schofield  **was much opposed to this bill, for, he says, in Trail, Ross-  land and other towns where the mines have three shifts  working, it is very inconvienent "and doesn't seem to work  well  After the meeting a sinoking .concert, in honor of Mr.  Schofield was given in the hall.  Mr. Schofield, accompanied by F.B.Callander left on  Sunday for a short visit with his friends at Kitchener, returning on the afternoon train bound for Victoria.  1 WW ^j.*tS g fl H_     ^^^JS M  g If ff_5 Bt   B|| W Q fi���������jj B H  L      _ _   S  Continue Survey Work  Endorsation of the request which is to be made upon the  minister of agriculture at Victoria by a delegation consisting  of James H. Schofield ,M. P. P., and Guy Lowenberg of Cres.  ton, that a grant of approximately $2000 be made to enable  the preliminary survey of the proposed work to reclaim tbe  flats at Creston to be completed during low water was given  iby the council of .the board of trade at a special meeting at  Nelson, when the matter was brought up by a delegation  : appointed for that purpose.  Messrs. Schofield and Xvoweuberg  left  on   Wednesday  for the coast to interview Hon. Price Ellison,  the  Minister  Speaking for the delegation, Mayor  Keefe  stated  that  the co-operetion of: the board ot trade in  asking the govern-  Tnent to mal e this small grant was all that was desired, Last  year, Harry IT. Mnerling, a government engineer., had  commenced the work and the speaker understood that  the  report  which had been made had been extremely  favorable to the  project, which would reclaim approximately 30,000 acres of  highly valuable land near Creston, and would re'laitn,   it is  believed, some of the land in the Duncan district.     The state  of Idaho by vzti overwhelming vot**- of itc people agreed to pay  its share in the work, as that state was deeply  interested  in  the project, the reclamation  scheme involving considerable  land south of the International boundary line.    He made* it  clear that tne delegation proposed to request tlie government  merely to appropriate sufficient money to complete the' survey aud that it was uot the intention   to  ask   the  provincial  authorities to commence actual reclamation work.  Jackson Bros., real estate. agents,  have just closed a deal with W. Carver of Ericksbn for ten acres of land  at Canyon City, .  R. Lamont is busy this week, moving into his new office building, which  has just been completed and is one of  the finest office buildings, inthe'.city.?- s  ~W4_NTED���������Six acres cut, burnt,  stumped and plowed. Write for particulars Ashley Cooper, Wynndel.B.C.  NOTES  1  1  Forty years in use, 20 years the standard, prescribed and recommended by  physicians. For "Womans ailmen ts, Dr.  Martel _ Pills, at yonr druggist.  C. Warper left on Monday for a trip  to Nelson.  I^Vfrm-xm . ���������wnTTJ.CI   i-"?"*   ft   KTrsTi4*\4~w TT  0m   0*     r*  O. _. 0,  CO-OPERATIVE STORES.  R. Walmsley. who has been spending aoout a month on the prairies interesting the prairie people in Oreston  real estate, returned to Creston Wednesday.  ���������Apple trees for Bale,���������First class  3 yr roots 1 yr body, home grown.  3 to 4 ft $10.00 per 100 4 to 6 ft  $14.00 per 100: write for catalogue  Grand Forks Fruit & Nursery Co.  box 325 Grand Forks, B. O.  T. J. Griffiths of Fernie, representative of the I. 0. S���������   was a Creston  /������.1iom   1*^ .-..-.*-l���������. ���������*.  \y.iy.alf.   1.4...ii\i������%j, .  -For Sale- Good work horse weight  1400. and good democrat and half a  heavy set of harness. Euquire at this  office.  ���������We can supply you with .McKen-  zeis Selected seeds at Calgary prices  S. A;. Speers.  !_���������������**���������*_*.���������*������, *4#i-B*t_a%   i*m.������w  T. Butterfleld was a Creston caller  Monday and Tuesday.  W, J. Cooper and Monrad Wigen  were visitors to Creston, Wednesday.  Mr. Cole of Fernie, who has land at  Duck Creek, arrived here on _* uesday,  to look over his interests.  /  "tH*     T    1W.i������i* wr..a   n  rimf.L.m...m.   ���������.-.**,������-,     *"1*,.."  ��������� ���������   .4 .   4.a..j      ....k.    v.   ^*xxfW,.x*    \JIV*,KSL       JL* 11-  day.  Tho Oo-operrtive Fruit Growers of  Wynndel will meet at the club house  on Sunday at 4o'clock.  James Barton, who has been express agent at Cranbrook for a number of years, resigned his duties on  Tuesday. Re returned to Creston,  Wednesday, where his wife and family reside.  -r-Fpryour Spring painting useBapco  pure paint. For sale in all colors at  ers.  Miss .Lena Cartwright, who has  been spending a, week with her parents at Erickson, returned to Cranbrook Sunday.  .BJU6ETS  TIMBER Llfflil!  Timber Must Be  Taken  From Limits In  Four   Years  T. B. Winlaw of Winlaw, B C������,  and well known in Lumbering circles  around Creston districts, has secured  the timber limits, which have been  advertised for sale, by the government for the past three months. In  seiiing this timber to Mr. Winlaw,1 the  government provides that the timber  be removed in four years, and that  Mr. Winlaw pay $2 a thousand, stum-  page, and one cent a foot for eedai*  poles.  This timber, includes some of the  best cedar in the Oreston valley.  ���������Have your picture taken while is  Creston. Studio behind tbe bank.  Len Richardson spent   Monday in  j Nelson.  -US     ���������''  '-K^ ��������������������������� ���������������������������'��������� -'��������� ��������� '--- ���������   _"  T. Brown went to Nelson,- Monciay.  ���������We carry a fnll line of shoes including Chippewa logging shoes.-The cash  store.  ^ Guy Lowcpberg left on Monday for  Nelson, from there he will accompany  Jas. H. Schofield,. M. P. P.. to Victoria  where he will wait upon the govern-  nientjfvitta. a view to securing a grant  d|������ro)'bo with which to complete the  sui-srey of the Kootenay valley,  which  ���������''������������������   ������������������������������������'tis  was commenced last year to ascertain  the feasibility of the >cheme to reclaim them.  ���������Very beat of   Saur Kraut   at  the  CashStore.  ���������We'pay the freight, and if yiu axis  not satisfied with the values received  from us, we will pay the freight back  and refnud full amount of your purchase,   c. c. a.  T. Butterfleld of Duck Creek was a  Creston caller Tuesday.  ���������*- w*.v   rv_.xi__i_,���������tm   guim   uuiCu   Cuvva  and a heifer.    Apply Review Office.  O. -Towner made a business trip to  Nelson, Wednesday.  ���������FOR  SALE��������� White   Orpington  Eggs.- First prize   pen, Nelson tair.  $1:50 per setting of 15 eggs. All infertile eggs replaced.-- Bryce Carbwright.  Creston J^C.  il. 1 iL-ii Uiai fifiuiirBS  All local news items must be banded  in   f.hio. riff inn   ������������4���������    1/.4a������   .!.������������    mi".���������    ,~.���������.~m     ..mm     .mvoa       V4*C������4A       _UU  afternoon of each week.  j������   U1DUBJ  G. J. Bay lo made a biisinoss trip to  Nelson, Tuesday.  Mrg, and Miss Poano wero the guests  of Mr. and Mis. Buttorfleld for the  week end.  Tho tsoclal club dance on Saturday  was another  huge success.   Dancing  songH and recitations wore indulged in  until 11:30, when tho judges wore sum*  moned  to    examine   tho  batcbolor'n  cooking.   Mrs. Black, Mrs. Pease and  Mrs. ITagciii ai'lod iih juilfr^H, Tbo  \\v������t  prize, a handsome knitted neck tie,  was awarded to Lon RichardHon,while'  ���������Too Wigen, triumphantly carried oif  cho booby prl/.o, whioh consisted of a  jack-in-box.   The suppor was so good  that tbe ladlon tlnoalcn tngo <*n f-trlUc  and mako tho batchclorH prcparu sup-  per ovory wcok.    Lntef in  tho evou-  Ing !\f Ihh Anna, Hagen, Miss Alice Carr  and T. BiitU'illnul pimonLiul  a   hum  oroiiH sketch cntillttd, "A pain  in tho  Hide" which wuh   riww'ived with  great  appl.uiHt).    Much credit   ih duo to all  three for the admirable way in   which  tnoy   can-led   out. their partH.     Tli������  tinwt   Ann,..,  ...Ill   l���������. I...I.I  ~..     "..,..11    IOH,  - ' x   ... ��������� . .    .  uiuima jiiuy mm    141111111. .iuuu������iia  s*._������*  floor managei-.   Hurry up ImtcholorH  I and gul Moinuihiiig loiuiy U> huipthuin.  ���������r-i^or Sale���������Sewing maoliin\ almost  uew. iRaymona make. A bargain for  naHh.   Knquire at thin olline.  J   . Hodge left on Tuesday fur Nelson.  Miss Daisy Klingensmith, who is  teaching ao Sirdar, and who has been  ���������-.pending tlie Easter holidays with her  parents near Erickson. returned to  her duties, Sunday.  Miss Bertrand Knott, who has been  spending her holidays with her parents at Canyon Oity, ieft on Sunday  tor Yahk, where she is teaching.  ���������r_l������"4  liltu Al  Was One Off The Origins**  tors of The Trust  movement  -  O. J. Winrttn of Duck Crock  was  -v..  ������,  -.   ,i^\rmr   *-������������������������������������.#.     *mm *.������* mvm%m.9   ���������  a  ���������TjiiteHt styles in^Jphotop.  noxfc to Garage.  Studio  Mrs. F. II. .Tacks.in will receive on  Tuesday April 8, for tho first tlmo  oinco hor marriage.  J. Pierpont Morgan, the New York  tinancior, died at Rome, on Monday,  March 31. His health had been failing him for months, but tho symptoms  became greatly aggravated about a  week ago,'urnd since Wednesday last,  he had been in a semi-comatose condition. Mr. Morgans' body will be  brought, to the United States for  burial.  Mike Glazier, an old'timer of Ores-  ton, who has been spending several  months at, Vancouver, returned to  Creston, Monday.  ���������Bond for our prices on furniture, wo  pay the freight.   0 O. S  Arthur and Miss Ilattfe Kionch of  Bull Rlvor worn vial torn to Creston n  fow dayo this week.  Will Rose LodRO. No llll inert ovory  Monday night. A full iitrendnnco in  rcquontod.  Miss    Katlu'iino   lleiild,    who   has  spending   her   vacation  with   friends  and relatives in Creston, left 011  Mon  day for Spokane, where hIic is  attending school.  Floyd Rodgers, who Is attending  school at Spokane, is spending a vacation with his parents hero.  Father A K. MacTntyro of Rossiand  will hold services at the local Catholic  church, Sunday at 10*3:)������. m. All are  welcome.  Mr. and Mrs. ForUoi* of Canyon  City left on Monday for Vancouver,  where they expect to rouble for  awhile.  Mi-s. Qain is on the sick list.  Mrs. Win. Milicr, who has boon oil  thu sick list the past two weeks, is  improving.  ���������WANTED���������Bright young boy to  learn iho printers trade. One with a  fair education preferred. Apply at  this office.  The usual monthly meeting of tho  W. O. T. U, will be hold in the Methodist" Church, Thursday afternoon at  -:30 p. m.  WEDDINC  BELLS  ���������Firs class dressmaking Mrs. B. K.  Esibroo, Victoria Avenue, three doom  post tho Mothotil������tOhnrch.  Mr. nnd Mrs. Willln, who have boon  uiontliH, left on Monday for .Vancouver, where they expect to reside in  thufiitiu'O.  Heald���������-Lonjc  A very quiet  wedding   took place  laut    Saturday    evening' wbon Mr.  George   Heald   and   Mlsa   Doborrah  Alice    l.ong,   wero   united    In  marriage by Rev.  W. ������. Blake   of tho  ..! .. ..    f*%. .  ������     II        ������������������#..  ���������Tho C. O. 9. of Oranbrook in tolling  Iron Bodu with muttrctiu and uprliig toe  $11.  iui-h. ueaUi iiavo many irieiuln h������r������  that wish them a long and happy  married lit'o.  i-wiisinissswi���������iiw  ������  m*i*  mmm  iiiiiiiii.iiiiiiTriiiiiii.1  !-'--,ir������t->fc^i.'tai'.������*A-ft-j_ft,-.' THE   CRESTON    REVIEW.    CRESTON,    B. C.
,1 .jm���ntitn ���iinrHran
Many growing girls in school
or business are frail���delicate���
anemic���lack energy and ambition and have thin blood. It is
all unnatural and unless checked
leads to serious,and chronic ills.
Nourishment, not drugs, is the
law of reason to buiid strength
���but when appetite is poor and
digestion weak, ordinary foods
do.not nourish���then SCOTT'S
EMULSION is necessary.
SCOTT'S EMULSION overcomes just such conditions; its
tissue material enters
l_e _lood without digestive effort and makes
it rich. It tones the
whole system and starts
tbe healthy action of
cells throughout the
body. gjj
Imitation* arm often j��
offered tat *.-? get result* ��j
you mast get SCOTT'S.       ���
gfrTj  .,   Scott & Bowne, Toronto. Outario  ��
Great   Preparations for  Gathering  at   Explorer Sta.ts Gathering Members ot
Reglr... Next May Expedition From Men of Proved
.    Already seven comm..itees comprised Experience
i of the 'hustlers' of Re_ina, Moose Jaw
I and Saskatoon are busily engaged in'
makiiig all neeessar.,  preparations for
the holding of a monster retailers c invention in th- city on  May 5, 6, and
7.      Iu addition to giving'the retailers
{ plenty o�� food for thought as to the
best methods of conducting their business, it is proposed to give them a roi-
ickins- good  time  while  In  the  city.
Ihe ladies who will undoubtedly ao j p.vench anthropologist., w.iio a few diiys
company their husbands will also be, ^gQ offend his services' free to tae
taken care'of. .lhe entertainment ( ���overnment authorities at Ottawa,
has already announced that it will; ��ame .0 London to confer with Stefau-
make   special   arrangements   for   the
Views Expressed oy Him Create a Big
Sensation Throughout Italy
Rome.���It is stated Mgs. Bonomelli,
London.���The council of the Royal I tlie octogenarian bisljop oi Cremona.
Geographical society at its forthcom- who is known in Italy as 'The Patriot
_ia fnSgs will consider a resolution i Bishop,' has just published a reiuark-
voti g to viljhalxnar Stefansson, the ( able pastoral on "The Par^y and lb-
C n"d=a�� arctic explorer, a substan- aly; the Church and Politics
r- i c..V,,t tovird the cost /-������bis *=��\- Writing of the ugly quarrel between
Slff o^noXwhfc-ri-a^iwW vatidL and the-kingdom -ot I'UUy.
He under the auspices of the Cau-? which __has now   been .Protrac.ed &��
aJian government.
Monsieur    Reuchat,
.over sixty-three years, tho bishop says
famous The strongest loves .that s>;ay men
are thosq, of their faith and fatherland,
and when these are; made to clash,
men, especially the younger men. come,
to feel divided against themselves.
How  many,  during  the   period   since
.    .  . .*.,.. i   .., sson, and was selected to accompany) --- -.. - .   . ,
entertainment   of   the   ladies,   and   it: tne evped;Uoii Two    Englishmen?, this deplorable feud was started have
has been suggested that one afternoon , wiU ^      join    th?    exp6ditlon;   -rj^ *  -      -       *  --'-- '-*-    ""  ""*���-"<-
might be taker, up by a luncheon at the , Janoess, o�� South c.oa Islatld {am6i ha;s
parliament buildings, it such coulu be ^evAy been b-O^eii, anci the second
arranged. . ��� man will  probably  be  Prof.   Murray,
In the way ot general entertainment,   *~hb dlrectefl the scientific staff on   '
it is proposed to make arrangements   shaekieton expedition?
with the Rejr-iia Theatre niauasement ,. ,
to have a good "musical comedy as tho) . ����X*i���T_i*i_��.   ����"�����, ��2~,    '"
attraction on the last night, when the j MOTHER  PROOF
-Abandoned their interest in Catholicism, quitted the church, and even combated it: What a massacre of souls
has been t.nd is  still  being  made!   I
aj.    my    ail-
In all cases ot
of all horses, broodmares, colts, stallions,
m their tongut's i.r in,the teed put Bpotm's
Liquid-'Compound.-' Civo   the   remedy   to
all  of them.      ii tcis on  the..-blood* and.
elands.    It routes  ihe disease  by  expeli-
im? the ilieeuse Reims.    It  wards off Uie
trouble   no   matter   how   they   are   "exposed.'-      Absolutely -free trom anything
injurious.       A ch?liU   can  eat ely   take, it.
Sold  by   diugglttta  *��nd  harness  deaiera.
Dls,tributoi*n���All VvnoieHale Druggists
Chemists and bacteriologists, Goshen,
In*.,  U.S.A.
Man Mirr-iost Decapitated b ��� Thick
Rr-pe Slung Across the Road
Berlin, Germany.���An automob'le
murder of a peculiarly atrocious character occurred near ITenaiugsdorf. a
village about an hour's train ja-n-ney
froni Berlin. A jeweler, nam 3d P'.un?
and his v.-lfe wers killed, and the:r
eli-Jest daughter was seriously hurt.
Plunz. his wife and their two _afighters had been driving in the neighborhood all day. and were returning
home to Berlin about 8 o'clock. In
another motorcar following, was a
friend, Herr Jahuke, whose car was
about two  rniies  behind.
Plunz's  car,  steered  by  Plunz himself,   arrived   at   a  par:   nf   the   mad
with trees growing    on    both    si-}-??.    Convention at
Here somo ruffian, or ruff'ar.s a short   and 7.
time previously had sti etched a wire .
rope about half an inch thick across \
the  road.       One  length  of  the   rope j c-_*;re house would be bough: tor. the
was  about   the  height  of  the  top  c?,visuors  by  the  spec.ai  comumre-e mi
d  in- i charge of ihe entertainment.      It was
' at first thought that
"cr;    -
ciliation effected,  and  the  banner  of
j Italy wavj^g ovCr the altars beside the
j Cross o! OhrfsL  ' ���"	
���  ,Mgr.   Bonomelli  says  there    never
wasTan epoch when It was more necessary   for  intelligent Cathollca  to  distinguish between what Ih human and
tTorrupl-jle jitul transitory lu the Unman Catholic -Church and what Is <li-
vine, inn-unable, iind permanent,
yiils liberal-minded  prelate ftlrthe-i*"
nci ! viu-J*V{*.te8   the   right   of   laity   lo   full
.._ ! liberty* Jn aU ,optical, civic, and other
Do not be misled
; For Cases of Exhaustion    and    Nervo i
j      Weakness���How   S.   Jeremy   Fou
j      Relief When He Cured His K'.dney3.-; ;,\"at;0v3" o>ii!5idc thi? dut-lvlnal and mor-
[     Snlatyn. Alta.. (Special) .���That the! afVciiching vi>f the church.
i nattu-al  remedy  tor    exhaustion    and!     As fol. tluv^lorgy, Ihey may be in a
i nerve  weakness is om? that will give: 9omeWbiit    ditfereut    position,    since
i good  circulation and  pure  blood car-j rhov form a'jclami-f apart under special
'' rving nutrition io ail parts of the body.' laws of disciuttne.      The pastoral has
: is again proved in the caso of S. Jorrf-j caused quite a stir throughout Italy.
wcli-l-iowu  resident    of    this  -
.. .. ".'ab-
my.  a
������For over nvo yeara I sifflered trom TaKe u^^torn ^n
: atacks ot exhnusriaii and nerve we-Sk-j j*t&c*UM. ��. W. cikuVK'ij miyuaiure n
; nofs,"   Mr.   .Jeremy  sta'es.    ''I    tried | osl tuc��  box,.      -��c.
H. G. SM��-"H,
tigatc-r of Msvs---,ent for Retailers \ ural  reme-dy
1 many nerve foods and tonics but must
I admit that Dodd's Kidney PUls have
; 'honciitrod me more than anything else
; I ever used.
"1 am mors than grateful for what
, Dodd's Kidney Pills have done for
; me."
; i^erve weakness and exhaustion are
��� o.ause<l by impure blood. Impure
[ blood is caused hy diseased kidneys
\ failing to sti-aiti the waste matter of
\ ihe body out of the blood.
is to  cure  the kidneys.
Population of Russian Prisons
St. PetersliUrrg.���Remarkable statistics bave been laid befonc the Duma
recently with regard to 'he population
ot  the Russian  prisons.       lt appears
that between the years 1905 and 1911
the niunber of the prisoners i��� Russia
had increased by 95.000 and that the
increase was largely among the polit-
. ical .prisoners.       From  1803   to 1911
The -ffit-1 ,-ke  expense  of all  departments eon- i
Key. lid
<-n   may     o,     o,
Dodu s Kidnpy Piiis have ytkt to finct
a case of kidney disease they cannot
the  wheels  of the  motorcar,  an
other was about breast-high of the pas
g^po-pT��g . mign.. ij*r more
ftunz's  car came with    full     force ! iters' point cf view, but
the rope, which had been fas- ! considered   thai   tne
���<-_ f
..j........ ^ .. ~-���
tpned  to  trees.       The    ror.^
Plena,   a^d   neorlv   decaoita.t.'jj
and caught his wife in  the
tore out her eyes.      Both
from  t^e  car  with     great >3
Prau Plunz broke her neck lusher fall
Their younger daughter, who was sitting   beside   her   father,   escaped   injury .
The police are sure that robbery was
intended, but that the murdorers wpr<*
fru-trai-ed in their purpose by the arrival a little later of Herr .Tahnke*?-
car. ��� The road is largely frequent*-*!-!
by Berlin ers visiting the pretty northern neighborhood of tlje city.
*���*.-=> vis-
he majority
city   should   not
the   Oe.-L   pi'--
George bas told me all the secrets
of his  past.
Mercy!    What did    you
cerned had; increased by S3 per cent
Acts of terrorism in Russia during
the last few years have 6een of raw��'
occurrence. It is not anarchism
which is filling; the ppisons,. but trade
unionism and socialism. The information regarding, the prisons was laid
before the Duma; as a result ot inquir-
of j ies instituted into the large number {
i of cases" of suicide reported- fffom- the
I   was  awfully  disappointed.
I prisons.
spar*" expense in geuin.
duction possible.
In order to assure a large attendance
the transportation committer has entered into negotiations with the railway companies with a view to-securing rheap fares to and from Regina
during the time of the convention.
Following out that idea the publicity
committee has also instructed the
secretary to circularise the retailers
throughout" the en*ire province, and
other means are aiso being engaged
t-> e-et into touch with these merchants.
The Knights of the Grip will work
hard in the interests of the convention
���"min now until the time of meeting.
PARADISE  DESERTED  FOR  WEST:     There's only oil's* t_ihg" worse- thau
j having to shovel coal,, and that fa not
i :,
.; meroial  Men's Association    has    ateo
i Mostly
A    woman    can't    throw
'Btraiglu lo save her life.
Oh yeB.     There's one thing she .can
.."-irow  straight.
.     Whnt is it?
1     A cutting remark.
���Perhaps one reason why    the    fool
1 -flier la out of a job is because ho soldier**  on  it.
selected a committee to work in con
-JfTriC't.iou   with  tho   travellers.       It  Jj��;
Pretty English Village  Poors Best  of
Population   Into  Dominion of
London, En: land.���High up- among
the -ill's of Oxfordshire, between the
villages of Combe aa_ Stoaesfield,
there is a little1 place called by . a
freakfsli- fancy Paradise, In some
respects it is no* inaptly named. The
country is extremely beaiiitiful; the
land fmii'tful-.. But the inhabitants
i are le��vi"Tig it���-saving Paradise not
i singly fcut in scores out of t_eir scsenty
'    *-*.������ J"*.:3 mmf&f.-    Ff^m       n       m\V/*Dn       I'lSlfin       111       t h fi'
Nrxt Anril a party of nearly fifty
people will' leave C'-mbe and' Stones-
field for Canada, more than* 5 percent
of the papulation.      From- Cliarlbtrry,
having any to shovel" when the mercury hits the zero  _��ffii_:.
^-�� BLOOi
�����r tli�� Trade-Mark*
Perrin's Gloves ar-e famed for
their Style, Fit and Finish.
Gloves that are J^tO'T stamped, with
either tho trademmurk or the name
'-perrln's Make" ar* not the genuine.
Far Over 40 Years We Ha^e Been...||
iaking Vehicles in
.No Asthma Rsmedy Like it..    Dr. J?
have    se-t    for    ttrotJhw?)
D". Kellott'g's Asthma Remedy Is din-. Nearly l.W people 6ave l'eft the two
tinctjv different from other 9o-caIl>d | *STna]]pr vfTIages o\*5f of x combined,
remedies.      Were.this not so it woii:-d rtnonulation* or about* 900
How to GctKew Health; ana riew;
Strength, at This Season.
Spriag; ailments are not, ij___inary..
B^en tlie most robust nna. iJie wiuuei*
months; most trying to their* health.
Confinement indoors, often* ia over--
hented amd neasLy always., hatffly ven-
tilaited woms���iu the home, thfr office,
the ahoiT: aud tt����� seaools, taxes, the "/i-
taliby at' even, the strongvst.. The
blood, becomes thiu. and watery, and is
clogged. w.it_. Impurities. Somja peu-
���jpl- h_v��* h-eadiw-ies and a. feoUng of
t'"Tangauxv OihRrsare low-apjiritftd and
hervoua. Stilll others are tr-ciubleu
w.i_6i di-fi'-ii'clns. pimples and. skin
erugtioiia,, whii_  s-iarao  get. up vo.-, the
not have continued its? great work ol-
rellef until".known from Jcean toocran
for its woitfierful value. Ke'Hogg.��
the foremost .and beet, of all asthma
Crombre'aniFVoun*r St-mesfr.Md I niornlus feeling. J��at attired, as when
nhrond   ai-v   doing   remfrkaPtv   w��*��ll.
Young Comhe anu vc,u"* ^'"":?";",i'���, I th^went to. bed...        These.,   am   all
...u-ond   ai-n   doing   r���;^!.* w    ,i- sSg Ivmpio^s that the blood: is out
khe tales of'tlMr dmnRsflr ' tj1%bk ^ Uf Sdc^and that a medicine is*, need-
fllo   **t*T.r-aJ--*.?m^. . There^Is   th ��. ^ tlve
FORTY years ago we adopted the poiiejr of "One grade
only and that the best," and we still maintain it. Men
wlio .know- our  goods  buy McLaughlh? carriages .H
becssrse they know they are getting the best whalebone  |fj
hickory^ toughest steeir finest"designs* and '_eaJ- finished  } g
vehicles in Canada:
We want to get acquainted with the men  who have
never owned a McLaughlin carriage or motor car.   We
.' believe it would be in your best interests to carefully investigate our full line of goods before.placing your orders.
We own and operate our own branch  h'ouses which
|. .carry fell lines of automobiles, carriages,  spring, wagons,-
and repair parts at Winnipeg, Regina, Sasrcatooro, Calgary
and Vancouver, and cordially  invite your most critical
For Year.vRcstenrcdToil-Iealtli
by Lydia E.Pinldiarn^Vcg-
etable Compound.
State   Department  irr  Amusing!
Paris. France.���An am*tf.?iug ox.im> j)>Df>
iti* no. On*
**ror  b:*rd   work  nt
home  tt|*>'   ofl"   n'ho
Irmnnths nr-*. a^d'to the .in- or his wir?.
  r-^p^rv,  srntlihg Wvr hom��J'\ ��*<?}*_
nl.' of official rod tape i* furinslu'.l uy i-rrgtilnrly, fms nn
a disput'' betwr-cti a state .t.eparin.n'nt Kf.r pjiflsage and
aiur��'X-!Jresidt'nt   FaUiert-  about   vii,' h^,.-.
McLaughlin Carriage Co., Limited,  Obhawa, Ontario
ia a tojiic im,'dicijw thst. wlireiirtiih thv s,
blood, awl sooth a the Jaivglod nexvos.. f
And tn<* oiv* iilways reliable toi&Icand!
w r&rwaWa'?!200 >op{ bloodi buliaer  is  Dr.   Wtlllauu*; Pink.
to  bvv   warm  clnth-   Pilla.      Thoso  Pills not only    banl-ii-
tn   '    * <nn*lnig wea-ltnuiSB but guard ymi:against
 i- Mui-a follow.,.
Harness Oil
Best for  Wear
Insist on the
genuine Eureka
Harness Oil in
original package-*
Dealers evcrywhero
ol  womb   anci
- :or
(liano.1.      I   BUlT-'Vcd
4H//W/I    '.'
1*1-1,1 inj,;
r^YKJ doctors did   mo   no | resid'-nci
Mnn*.  FnllVi.T'-'s proposc-i ton
lti-r poultry with nor.      But- tTiolj    ., ,R n
hurt   iuioru. lU'd .M'rr.i--. ��a
~J^Sf"5.V-'.:'-l yOUr lll'?'.llciii.:.       ....
tfffiS/ '"������Hoorccomm.-'n.Mt for i Ml""*   .   '1,"M',B '�����*'  ",,,-r,-v   "
*y I ,.        .       ,,        ,,       ,      lln-  i-x���jin-iddorit s     wl'r-    pn
���   ��� i.i..i ,,,i
M*retflnX���WZ I Sn"-"-ou" thlrty-four    fowV,    to, ^^
^���J nntill b-fRim l-kiin? , ,     ���,jm,nioli    Fa!<l     tlw    .f-'niir'im-ni.
Y*/'|your m<"Uoiti''.   1 al-; yUu<>      i.-ailiorcs Is ivf liberiy to'tako
-��-0.m*.  iiin.*f.iii.Ti. ��� ������ ���-- , (.MiTii,cin'iiii>   wiii..   !������  -������:������������'  .-������*?* lh��Y
hboc"** ��""*'"OTd *<"*������ "*"��� i^K,*::" '"A^'si^S^iiSrai'-i
Chcu^iU,, Out. - ." I l;--��H ?��� ; ti ti.:,, ^ti^^ti'^Jl^ti^ti
��� ...��  incrcm-i'd  ho Kr-'iiily. th*A nouftry
���;?,'..,   ,,,,  i),.  .b.m:.-iidanl:��   of   the   two
fiirld'i-i -Ih.
|.'n"l"'n'K     r'pli����.l     tbaj     lui-
-       *    1
poor mm  F-cnnn wlJ'o conwiilerB.,, -
bird Hi  i.���� haixi' worth' two -;n< the { "(,(>L ���rwKilt.i.
I mm not Hay t
Isle tf Wight Crumbling,
London.���Further aoriouu   talla   o!
cllil'l* at AUicrlJcld, lalo of Wight, havo
again   vpndPrifil   tlio   Ui'ebo-vt   unoloua
by (lumaglng beyond repair i.ho launch'
laivn.r, ...  . )l>g Hilpwny  fcom tho top of tho cliff
iiftei' the me <>r ten or twolvn boxc-t;h0 thu hrftoh. which :�� the only means
I was reaU-.rod Jo thcbUwHlng of p(n*-J (>f launchliiK tho boat.      II; will be bov-
"-*���       "     ������'���-*    ��1      ���      ......II...     l.r>#���i>n,     niinllinr     uliilWlLV
.���_       I feci, thr-i-icforev that 1,
cannot Hay too utuoli Uu pralwi* ul' this.
| meulito'.ne.
IIt you arc ailing MiIh- spring you c��ii-
nocausi?; u girl Ih niniCd of, ni nioiit"w-   nM  nfferrt,   In  yonr  own   Intoroat,  lo
bv uo'Slgio. tbnt: k1U> can V��:.'*.r ;. /u.t.
nnd juat bi't'or*! my periodn  wlij.h v.*i'i*e j
l��'iffi_\ilar and painful it wooH b���� worsn. 1
'i'o sit down (.-uu.iod me p'-in ami **ufl>r* \
inu and l woum on kd ih-H'iUu ��..ir.i.-- \
tiin��H Hint, i could not l��..ur to *������"��� nny
om* or hi-ar any one f-.'vi'k.   I.ii t.l��* Hp.'ckii
woiiiii i1i...i. '....::.-���   :.,y ������-,'���*" *"i*'  1  wh��
-lwi��\*H I'oiiHlipati.'d. i ,
���"i -..;-.:._*. :-.a> I m'V.  f-r!.:��V...  V.
I'lnkham'H    Vi"*;*vial>tu    linnrj/nuinl   liml
I.ivi-r Pilli', f'ir thiTM iifi* no mfdlHn.'i' ,
lik��* th��'m.    I   h��v��  taken thfin und  i ;
rncor,-un��-nil Mii-n�� ��jj an wou...u. V,... J
pviimwii   ij.m   I.--......  ""*���    vrn-
C��nnd_. (
 ��� i
������.tin ���
���,tii.tr (���iicKi'n'h' db'd Iiiiii.;' j��j',o,. Orau'ed.
vnlil tli��- ib'piirinii'ni, ih'*n tin* nickiM*-
���    ..,',��4.i, ,.,-.. tli<,ri' now lair- Hin phic-v*
ovwriooiv wn viiiuiii-i,- "    .:    . w
WiirHtiiB"  P-nkTm*.   ,   Bold    by    n\
\ Hi.'lltiiiit'   dcal^VH   < r   by   run 11   nt   ffi
���]M,i-n   tli'* (
H<Mii'iv>iml.v   'pruvlili'il   by i
li'-jini.- ��� -.Kiiidn r.t pri'-.-'-uL
���S^nffS  YOUR  BATW
��� ���'���,Uttiit u'ov* of vlsnroiw
overlook so vnluuhl/' it nt(ullcfnc aa Dr
t-fiitR a  box  or   fix  boxoa   mr  $2..Ml
from Tho Or. Wllll'amn' Modlclno Co , i
Nrncl'vlllc. Out.
MIctrosH���I Hhrill w/mt ymi to b,��
HlroHHPd by " o'cloi-k. F.I 1 en, to i*i.'-*( I"v
anv fr-lcmlB that nmy enll.
Fllcn���Oh. thank yt-r, mum! Aim
you roIiir io be In?
Much  of  tlio  original  nln  tn bo  nb-
jurvod   nbnul   un   dnoHii'i   Hhnw   man *
Yil(jnn of orlKlniility.      	
M|nard'��  tlnimnnt  oure��  tj^uuiu"
crai   montii��   before  anothor  n)ipway
can lio coiibUucU.'d.
Thii moat obstinate cortm u,nrt wnrtft
full tx> rcAlHt llolloway'a Corn Cure.
A. Co&d Vi'ord for the ft at
London.���Doctor llodpath, moillcal
ofllcor of health, haa reported to iho
WooiDirldBo urban council tlmt of
;uiU) niLB deiilroyiul by tho couucil o
ordor, onu-h.'ilf woro oxnminod micro-
Hcoplcully and In no cauo waa thoro
any luiuplclon of dlKcnHii.
Rome.���Tho DuchoBB of Gonon hnd
a narrow' csciipo from boliu*; burned
to death. Whllo iiuolntliiB her nrma
iitul" neck with a preparation for vhou*
matinni, i*lu* upproaclicd too cloaoly
to a spirit lamp, and the preparation
Ignited. The (liK,bi,��n wan hiivim! bv
her maid who uniothcroil tho llamoH.
A contrnry mnn Im ono who won't
Union lo the good ndvlco wo liour out
for IUh benoni.
We could Bland for onr continued
bad hick IT It wero not r*o monotonou-a.,
Wo  ooiiHtltutloiifilly  luito  monntonv.
Tho boHH iflii't round
tlaliulii^ who he la.
loudly    pro-
SolllO    JH'OJllC    I'illl'l
i...i���      ,,,.....      ". ' .
.'   i.i.litir ucri-lr-f  for Ilm llttb
 ,. i,
out   bin
,.    .-     .l-.'ll-r
I l�� I I�� ��M .
lt.  fiiiiiiuii a
l'..'..iltlu *t:i-i '���  i.i.iillriWcn
uyifli i'u-1 t\oU,.   K""^
���.'iililks'  V-i-*"*!   nnd
llhtlNAV. lt
i wo   are
u -it'll
It   IllilU   hi:'i'   �� �����'     ���'   ��� ��� *��� ���    *������
Inclined   lo   iii'l'iivi-   nil   iho
nn nn lhlii|��:��i w   ovor hoard about Iilm.
//.   N    U .  04*1
j      ii   |,< oonifortliu'. to obHiTV" Hint   111,-
I ,t.i/.v   pooplo   Uh*ll>rt   lllli.l   ll    VII VS    COII-
I imry to our o"*u.
(llK-Ut'il** W...U.
.         ,   0 ....
fc.lM.4   ��-M��.-��   .,,-..-  ..."
���I lu
man  who wr.inti mi  ��iji|ii4i . u.i.
. .... ,1.   .     ..   ..'III..*      tm.yr.,1
-Uffalo��a Change Habit
Cnpetown.���-A Uiulelytto DURdalo,
Uieturliitf at iho Camera Club on hlu
oxporieneou In DrUlsh East Africa,
where he ntnlkcd Btimo with tin* cam-
oi.i, .,���1'1 that :*. c.ur!r*ri". "hnni-o hnd
taken plnco ln tho liabltH of the Afrlc
,\m '*.:i'.f?.l^, ""i'h'ch hud bivomo n noo.-
tunuil crcaluro. It uvemod pnnrdblo
hi>" milled, that Ihlu wan a protective
lUivtci*, an the lly  whl'-b curried rind-
,.m.,,.ml      ..'.4 4     .11111*1111
III    ...iv.'
Many rt i*"0'*1' d'nnor Iuih been hpoII-
i ,1   by   a   P''"'!'  dlifefitloii.
lie wh.) ban not tiotv�� Hint wliien no
niiRht not to havo do-uo han nilflned <i
lot of fun.
touttimSfm*^, ^��#i*-���b-otmi
i y^_*~^B*___y*!*f^__^'^^*,lilw,<1^^'���^ ft
"Hmvpl"* '"*���*" ���"' v��u wiii�� Nuiionjtl
UruK Mint Clioinltiil Co., at Cu.nnd'w
UliulUJ.   TorotUo."
I -tS-^ttrtttS-ttW
m ^T-^-vr'^Y*-*^)"^  "v  THE    CBESTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B. C.  ���������I  OHIO  TOLL OF DEATH BELIEVED TO BE  ENORMOUS  Estimated? Deifd   isiYPtafced at Threje  ^hous-ir^ yvlth 'property .-Damaged  to  the  Amount  of    One.   Hundred'  Million Poilars as Result of Floods  and Fire.  Dayton.���������-TJaytori,is a city of the;  dead and dying, homeless and grief-  etrlcken. Its tragic story will not  be known until the last dead body has  been taken from the flood that covers half the city and the last charred  body froni the ruins of fire that spread  unchecked t_r ugh ' the south of  the city. The whole story will never i  be told,, tho heroism of men, martyrdom o_ vwLni'en, mad J-hysteria, that  seized?some -and caused them to jiimp  into the flood to death? or the tortures  and despair that gripped those who,  imprisoned in their homes by water,  waited in vain for help until advancing flames came and destroyed them.  Down the great Miami Valley, the  richest farming section in Ohio, big  farm houses, barns, stock and human  bodies afe^vcattered together on floods  sweeping down stream. In, several  places the vaiiey contracts to less than  half a mile in width, and through  these sectri'oni. the raging torrent is  sweeping with tremendous force tearing away all obstruction. Big; hotels  are crowded, department stores -are  floo-edY Jail crowded with prison-)  ers is inundated; fashionable churches are awash.  No tents nor other shelter could be  secured for the sufferers. The most  heartrending feature of the situation  was the pitiable terror of the women  and children. Many sat un and sob-;  bed throughout the nlgnt, refusing to  be relieved, while fathers who missed  wives and children cried their grier  ln a nerve-shaking way  that strong  *        Wr������������**������ _-������."*7<-*.       *mQ       XI**A *m\*\ ������*���������       em���������'mmwxrm.*mm ���������*Tl.'V> Q***__  was' :-?Tao' one to give consolation be*  < cause no one knows or will know for  several days what the cost in lives  is. * children are lost, having been,  .parted from their. mothers in the turmoil ti Dayton is a lost city; it l<  completely separated from the rest of  the world. Its isolation is almost  primeval.  Columbus, Ohio.���������Ohio is experiencing the worst floods in its    history.  , Many   estimate   that   the damage  to  (property   is   the   greatest  since   Gal-  iveston, Texas, was literally swept ofr  the map.      ...     .    \  So  appalling  and  seemingly  exag-  ._ gerated were many reports from flooded cities and tow^c that ihey were  disputed and in many instances wholly  disregarded.    .   Later< reports    from,  these sections, however, many times!  confirmed what seemed to be wild ru--4  mors;     In other cases repo*.- proved  not to be correct..... The various news  ���������agencies o_ the.state are working under great difficulties in securing accurate ,report because of crippled wires.  Althouglh reports of distress and  disaster are coming 4 from every section of tbe state,- the greatest damage and loss of .life from all reports,  is-at Dayton. The conditions there  beggar description. While the, business section of the city "is practically  all under water and the estimated  loss of life is appalling, fires are adding to this by increasing death toll.  The lurid lights from burning buildings add horrors to the stricken city,  lioss of life is estimated at'from hundreds to thousands.  Cleveland, Ohio.���������-Late reports from  stricken sections _{iow the loss of  Hfe has been heavy, but so far no  "accurate estimate of fine total number  of killed is possible. That 500.0C1  persons have been rendered homeless  and property damaged to the extent  of half a billion dollars" appears certain. Miami River valley, including  the towns of Dayton, Hamilton and  Piqua, is an 80-mile long strip of #*  vastatlbn. The Wabash rive?, bursting its banks i.t Peru, Zud., hav  brought havoc upou towns throughout  its length.  Throughout other sections of both  states smaller rivers have flooded  towns and hamlets by scores, and passing eastward the rising- of waters now  threatens to visit- similar distruction  upon the vicinity of Pittsburg, Wheeling and other cities on the Ohio and  Allegheny  rivers.   ���������  Governor Cox made a requisition on  the Federal War Department for fifty  -lousand tents, rations, medical supplies, surgeons, and-nurses. He also  sent special appeals to President Wilson and Secretary of War Garrison,        ,":"���������" "'  .._,���������. .   .  President Asks for Aid  Washington.���������The following .appeal  for victlmf of the floods ln the mid-  die western state   was issued by President  Wilson.  Terrible floods In Ohio and Indiana  have approached tho proportions of a  natloual calamity. Tho loan of life*  and tJho inllnlto suffering prompts mo  to issuo an earn cat appeal to all who  aro able, In however small a way, to  a&flist tlio labors of tho American Red  Cross to send contr-lbinUons*. to the Red  dross Society a4, Washington or to  tflio local troasiir' rs of tho Bocloty. We  alionld ninko tjils a common canoe.  Tiho noodn of 1 hone upon whom this  sudden and appalling disaster has  como, wihotild qulokon ovoryono capable of sympathy and compassion to  iglvo immotUato aid to thoso who aro  laboring to roscuo nnd rollovo.  Attempt to Check Hunger Strike  London.���������Tflio Rt Hon RogtwiJd  McK-'itiva, homo socreUirv, will Introduce a hill In Iflu- -coinj/Hiiuj in uu effort to flocuro loglsluitlon to deal with  iho hunger otrlko enroled on by imprisoned siifl.'nap'.ettoa. It is hoped  that with the. passing of tho bill,  which has not beenn mndo public, that.  <llio govorriinont, will thon bo In a ponl-  tion to deal with the tactics of tho  ImpnlBonod women. The-homo bcct_-  tairy will also Introduco a mout-i de-  flclonoy bi'ld.  Largest Elevator In World Completed  Piu i .'n'JxUi; Out.���������Tiu." iiuw oiyuij-  uiiik Jiddllluu to i'ho <u*.iiu<ilan North*  ,wrn olovator, the Jangost in Uio wonld,  is oomplotod.    'IMio tote.1 cai*aclty Is  m.fm.     ,....,������    m.lm.       -....IIH ������. V   .  1  .. ,0.11  ���������Mil rciMov<i i:ho ynrda which nro block-  ed with earn ot wh-oat. An either  aimilar unit to contemplated _il_ oum-  _aer.  (���������WESTERN     CANADA'S       ANNUAL  ;    SPRING  MUSICAL  FESTIVAL  Winnipeg and' Western 'Canada's  Annual Spring Musical Festival: is  near at hand, the dated being Monday,  Tuiesday/ Wednesday,; April 7, 8, 9,  and ?the ?plaee -jjf usiialY the Walker  Theatre, Winnipeg, as:;thi,s' is the only  structure in Western ^Canada sufficiently larga and properly equipped for  such large aiidiehcOs as' always assemble for this big musical event, also  with such .splendid.' stage accommodation for the musicians and such perfect acoustics. ..      , ',  The musical festival will again be  under the auspices of the Winnipeg  Oratorio Society and the famous Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, under  the leadership o: Emil Oberhoffer,'will  be the principle feature. Four prominent metropolitan vocal soloists, and  three equally wellknowi-. and gifted  instrumental soloists, will participate?  There will be daily matinee concerts,  in addition tO the three night? concerts. .  The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra will render many? numbers entirely  new to the West, also some of the  very best symphonies and operatic  selections. Tho Winnipeg Oratorio  Society will be heard iu Une selections, and the school children of the  city will again take part.  Emit Oberhoffer, conductor, Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra at the  Walker Theatre, April 7, 8, 9.  Matinees   Daily.,  The. sale of coupon books and exchange tickets wil' begin Monday,  March 31&t. Full information regarding these may be obtained by addressing C.-.P.". Walker, Walker Theatre, Or J. J? Moncrieff, The Tribune,  Winnipeg;. Y ?Mail orders..will be filled  on Wednesday, 'April 2nd.:- The general saie^ will .Operi Thursday, April 3rd,  at-?-lO'?a> in'.'".;"���������;:?���������'���������''������������������.;?���������  No musician or lover* of music can  afford to miss this important musical  season,, as it will prove,a liberal education.  Another big musical event which  will follow close upon it will be the  recital at the Walker Theatre on  April 14th by John McCormack, the  world-famous Irish tenor. Mr. McCormack has a voice of wondrous  sweetness, and he sings, the beautiful  Irish, English and Scotch ballads as  no chsr Singer of tms country has  yet done. He has perfect expression  and great personal and vocal magnetism. To hear him sing such songs  as 'Mother Machree,' 'Kathleen Ma-  vourneen,' 'I Hear You Calling,' is to  store away in your memory a golden  voice to live there forever in joy.*  Monday evening, April 14th, is the  date of .his recital at the Walker Theatre, Winnipeg.  PE MARgf REPORT  Weekly Grain Lej-ier Supplied by  Thompson, Sons & Co., Grain ,Merchants, Winnipeg..  Winnipeg, March 25th.^���������The Easter  holidays have; interfered somewhat  with tr&de in the Wheat 'markets this  week. Liverpool has been closed  four days, Winnipeg two and the)  United States markets one. What  trading has been done has resulted in  a fair advance in values. Shorts  have been the principal buyers evidently fearing IO remain short over  the holidays. Foreign,markets have  been firm but'thi main cause of this  week's buying has been reports of  high winds in Kansas and the possibility-that damage vould result if they  continue for a period of any length.  That-there is at tl. d present time occasion for worry is, of course,  stretching tlia 'imagination but news  of this kind acts as a sort, of compensation in that the favorable indications having been a bearish influence  the first intimation " of change produces moderate bull'*-- results. It  is also a reminder that the wheat situation is now entering that interesting  time when old crop1 statistics are forgot and consideration of the coming  new crops becomes paramount. The  spring wheat crops of America have  not yet become a factor but any indication of unfavorable conditions in  the United States winter wheat belt  will be closely watched. With ths  fields there weii moistened down and  the plants well rooted, there is no  immediate danger of damage so whatever concern there may have been this  week regarding high winds is hot based upon very substantial ground, but  in a market overdominated by bear-  ishness it serves as an excellent leverage to higher quotations. Moreover  it is not to be forgotten that heavy  as the sitatistical situation appears  to be in America, on  the suir-face at  July,  89i,4c;, October, '86-.c.  Oats���������  Enquiry for oats* is only fair. Tough  grades are slightly 'firmer. .Today's  cash prict-s are No. 2 C.W. oats 32c;  3 C.W., 29c; extra 1 feed, 30%c;- 1  feed, 29%<j; 2 feed, 28c. Futures  closed May/ 33%c; July, 34%c.  Barley��������� -.:;.  There has been a moderate demand  for barley and prices are -l_c. biS'her'  Today's closing values are No. 3 barley, AlVzc; No. 4, 45%c; rejected, 40c;  feed 39c. . . -  Flax���������  The flax market -has been firm and  steady for the greater-part of the  week al-iough today's prices are only  a fraction higher tht,n what they were  a week ago. Today's prices are 1  C. W. 109c; 2 C. W\, 106%c; 3 C.  W. 97c. Futures clos-ed May lll%c;  July, 113%c;  October, 117%c.  All prices quoted above are for in  store Fort William, Port Arthur and  Duluth.  AGRICULTURE   GROWTH  Greater  Wheat  Area  and  Crop  Yield  and Improvement In Mixed Fa.,m-i  ing Reported  Edmonton, Alta.���������The report of the  Alberta department of agriculture,  covering the wcrk of the department  for 1912* was lai x on the table in the  legislature by the minister of agriculture, Hon. Duncan Marshall. The  report shows that there' has been  great activity in al lines of the departmental work. *��������� Crop statistics  are hardly complete, as .final returns  to be made by threshers have not all  been received; it i3 estimated however that when all the returns are  in they will show approximately  2,525,708 acres in crop, giving a total  y:eid of all kind1? of grain of 64.500?-  130 bushels. This is an increase of  793,000 acres and 13,625,51 ti bushels  over 1911. To assist in gathering the  harvest 8,000 harvesters were brought  least, there is the strong internation-  into the province, througlh the work of  al position of wheat, with prices o*s  this side closely adjusted to a basis  which permits' sales of whe'pt *������r foreign account? The statistics * to be  sure, suggest'that'the'-surplus .reiiiain-  ing in America to be disposed of  abroad is, undoubtedly more than ample to meet Eurone's needs, but the  underlying conditions of any. market  resting on a commercial basis, with no  evidence of inflation, do not pei-mic  much selling pressure without sharp  rallies eve-n "hough the dreimand at the  the department's officials at Winnipeg.  The high nrica paid for milk and  cream, while somewhat detrimental  to creameries has given great .incentive to dairymen, and many farmers  are now milking more cows than formerly. The total value of cream and  butter and cheese produced in the province during the year is estimated at  $1,250,000.  A rapidly growing interest in poultry raising is reported by the poultry  moment is not broad?    The situation'superintendent.    The markets, gener  Implement Firms are not Pleased  Edmonton, Alta.���������The statement is  made here that ;.t least three big implement firms are considering' the  withdrawal of their agencies from Al-  berla on account of the passing, of  the Farm Machinery bill by the Alberta government. The local manager of the' Rumely company has advised the official,; at the head office  of this company that it will be no use  retaining their agencies ii Alborta  ln view of legislation that has been  passed. '  It is also stated that tho Gould,  Shepley and Moo-ie company aud tho  Ontario, Wind Engino and Pump company aro considering withdrawal from  the province. Circularij have been  sent out by tho International Harvester company to all thoir agents  with regard to the now UtflslaMon and  branch managers nro. awaitInp: further  Instructions from tho head officials,  Easterners    Too    Sure    of    Western  Buslncsu    t  Calgary, Alta.���������-Alleging :ndlffor-  ciiieo of Eastern Cauada ninnufactur-  oi'fl to the ju'c.oHrtRy nf factory extensions In Western Canada, tho directors  of the Calgarv industrial iKironu approved the report of their president  and 1 n it ub trial cotniuiUHioiic!- iidviHiii'*  concent ration' of off oris in the central  imd' northwestern Hiatus. ProHldont  Dovonhih and Commissioner Mlllor  have just returnod from an oxtonalvo  csuitern lour and claim that t.ho Ea_L-  orn C-inailit niuilul'ituUiii���������-b i'eoi too  Hoouro of-tho western business to appreciate tho position of tho pralrlu  ��������� praviiiciM-i  wll.Ii luhpcoL lo local man-  uT'irllUill''    j-'l/'.-I'llVllJi-ljl:'.  Good Progress on Kamloopa Llneo  Kamloops,  B.C.���������Engineers' reports  of railway ootiHtructlon work now go-  liif- forward  In this    section    of    the  W"*H't  indicate  the  coniioctlng  up or  many' important branch linca and the  (���������licnlim   of   'ixIoiihIvo   aro'iH   of   now  .territory  during tho coming season,  A gap of only about CO miloa now Hop-  aratc- the eoiiHtniclion gangn working  I north  from  Kninloops and  from  Yet  I l-whtiiid i'.i���������_ un 'Jm i". Ni.l{.        rr;i.- |;.  laying along    tiio    North    Thoinpiion  1 rlvor   north   Trom   Knmloopi   Im   ah-o  | making rapid progremH,     On the Kusn-  4./V4JI..     .4.1,4     1   HIV     .      HHO     CIK.     K>*'OIII^  nod   brbli'o   urivir-lr      |o     r*r,i,->,.     r,.-,,..,_������  iitoadlly; and tunnel work between  ICamloops and Now Westminster hicks  but about C por cent, of ooinulcUon.  however, has not shown evidence ol  real strength this week despite rumors of export business and the high  wind reports from Kansas. The buying has been mostly short covering  which is .only of momentary benefit  unless there is a broadening of the  general buying power * Foreign  crop'news continues favorable. Weekly statistics are notj, quite as bearish  as they have been lately. The  amount on ocean passage shows an  increase of 1,899,000 bushels and now  is 59,632,000 bus_el_ compared with  46,600,000 bushels -a year. ago-. The  United States vigii-ble supviy is expected to show a; fair sized decrease for  the week. ��������� Ttiis .w-ks , statistics  however are not complete owing to  the holidays and wire trouble. The  world's wheat shipments were 696,000  busihelsless than the- previous week  and '48^ 000' bushels, inorS' than cQr'r*-*C!-  p'o'ndiff.  week last year.  ally speaking, were good, and a marked improvement is noted in the quantity and quality  fered for sale.  s\-������    Amm*yc*&r*A     ������r%ul4-���������-���������      -- -  CANADA  PARTY TO  JAPANESE  TREATY  P.-omier   Will   Introduce   Bill   Making  Exceptions to Terms with Great    '  Britain  Ottawa.���������-The government has decided that Canada shall become a  party to the treaty between Great  Britain and Japan, which wai concluded in 1911. It is termed a treaty  of commerce and navigation, and was  enterea into on the understanding,  that it should not apply to any of the  British Dominions except such as  should within two years signify thoir  adhesion to it. The two years will  expire on April 3 and the prime minister has ..iven notice of the introduction of a bill in the commons giving ���������  Canada's adhesion to the treaty. Ia.  l���������ief, the British treaty places the  subjects of either power upon terms  of equality wit", native sublets in  both countries a. regards right of  travel, residence, commerce, possession of property, immunity from extra taxation and reciprocal freedom of  trade and commerce. It also provides that articles the produce of manufacture of, either country, shall not  be subjected to higher duties other  than levied upon similar articles from  other foreign countries. And further  that there shall be reciprocal freedom  of shipping, except as regards coasting trade.  The Dominion Act, however, will  make provision that nothing in the  treaty shall affect the terms of the  Canadian Immigration Act. Another  exception is fiat the section of the  British treaty providing for reciprocity in certain articles shall not apply to this country. , Under thiiS article of the tr ^aty raw silks, copper,  lacquered ware and other products of  Japan are admitted free into the  United Kingdom.  THE SUKMY SCHOift  LESSON    1 .���������SECOND     QUARTER,  '���������"'        FOR APRIL 6,  1913  *P _ ]T f      AT"      1 I\f������f _ _?_%!-I F*  I/i-i* isr __uty__nurLE  VICTORY   OF   BALKAN   ALLIES   IS  NOW COMPLETE  Reservists   May   Rejoin   Navy  London.���������The admiralty lias announced its intention to allow pensioners and fleet reservists: to'" re-enter-the  navy survey ships in home' waters.  In naval circles it is believed that this  move indicates the difculty whioh is  being experienced in England in manning the fleet.  Italians Defeat Arabs  Tripoli.���������The Italian forces recently  defeated a band of Arabs. The Arab  losses numbered 220 killed and many  wounded.. On the Italian side the  casualties were: 24 dead and 123  wounded -  American    Russia..    Danube   ..    ;'-.*'    India .   .......  ...      Argenti-na  *   Australia  / ?      800,000  Chili  & . N.   Africa        80,000  Last Week  3,688,000  1,296,000  768,000  176,000  4,968,000  Prev. Week   Year Ago  3,688,000        3,088,000  800,000  .   504,000  320,000  5,856,000  2,272,000  32,000  464,000  1,352,000  632,000  4,912,000  1,464,000.  376,000  Shukri Pasha, Who Made a Gallant  and Prolonged Defense of Adrianople, was Forced to Surrender to the  Besiegers���������Jealousy Among the Victors.  London.���������Adrianople has fallen  after one of the moiit stubborn, defences in the hi-tory of warfare.  Shukri Pasha, the defender to." Adrianople, who held the town for 153.days  against great odds, which included,  besides ths investing armies, disease  and famine, handed, his sword to Gen.  Savoff, the Bulgarian generalissimo,  not however, before carrying out .his  stern threat to destroy the town rather than let it fall into the handa of the  Bulgarians.  From all accounts the arsenals and  all the stores and a great part of the  town are in flames. It is also reported that Shukri Pasha had taken  his own life, but this proved to be untrue, as after visiting all the fortifica.  tions and deciding that resistance was  no longer possible, he sent word to  Gen. Sav-if, to whom be made su>T  mission, that he was burning the city.  Gen. Savoff Las appointed a commandment of the city, who will take  steps to maintain order. The Bui  garian and Servian cavalry; which  was the first to enter thj town, will  be utilized  for this purpose.  The battle which preceded the car  j tore of the fortress commenced Sun-'  Total Bushels ...  The Winnipeg market has been  stronigea* in sympathy with, tlie higher  quotations in Chicago ahd Minneapolis but both future apd cash trading  has been dull. Offerings continue  light and there has''been no export  ���������enquiry due to lack of cables during  the greater part of the week. The  lower and tough grades have been  in good demand and have advanced  %c. to L*>/4c. on the week. Tiie can-1  tract frradog are %c. higiiei*. Today's  closing prices are No. 1 Nortborn,  85%c; 2 Northern 82%c; 3 Northern  79'%; No. 4 wheat, 77������4c; No. 5, 72c;  No. 6, 66c. Feed, 57Vic No. 1 Alborta  12,776,000     13,472,000      12,288,000  Too Cold to Prospect  . Vancouver.���������A deanafoh fvon-. <-*'*'���������-  ver Creek, a new gold field in Northern British Columbia, says taat proa-  pecting work has been rendered very  difficult by the severe weather, for  tho thermometer has been standing at  30 below recently. It Is impossible  to thaw out the ground.   .  day night with  ree-iiour bombard-  No  Reception for Duke and   Duchess  London.���������No official reception will  be given thair Royal Highnesses, the  Duke and Duchess of   Connaught,   at  Red Winter whent 87%c;     2 ,,-A.R.,! either Liverpool  or Loudon  ou  their  84'^c;   8 A.R., 8H_c;   No.   4 A.R..* arrival.   The Duke    himself    desires  79c.  Futures closed May, ;87%c;-S&c,; this, being at homo merely on leave.  ment. The Turks replied with energy, but they were evidently saving  their ammunition as the artillery duel  soon ceased.  The besieging troops in the east  advanced at double-quick .under the  glare of searchlight1* to attack the advanced works at Haslak. After a  fierce defence, which lasted through  Monday, the Turks retired fnom the  light forward works and forts. Part  o.. these engaged in covering the retreat'of their comrades, were cut off  by the Bulgarians and captured.  After moving forward a short distance towards the chief bulwark or  fortress the Bulgarians rested. It  was then observed that although great'  progress has been mad������ in the etiBt,  tho fighting in other sections had resulted In enorlnpus lospes to the Bulgarians, with small gain of ground.  Nevertheless the attack was renewed, and on Tuesday and Wednesday  the important, forts composing the  Inner ring of the defences were taken,  after-hard.fighting.  Those aocounfs of the battle which  have come from Bulgarian sources  moke no mention of lhe Servlnns. of  whom-there scorns . to have heon a  good deal of jealousy among King  Ferdinand's troops.  Tho  Sorvlans,  on  the  other hand,  who have Only Issued a brief report,  of tho enpturo, divide tbe credit with  their  allies  and  are  apparently   not.  quite   so   onger   to   hide   their  heavy  lossoiH.      According to a despatch received   at   Belirrade   from   Musijipha  Pasha, tho sacrifices wero very he.i"  Tho Servian  thirteenth and tho  Jitil-  garian    eighteenth    regiments    were  blown up by mlnos'; and many othor  rc.'-Irno.il^ ^U;i'.ulncd iiicaL loiiuuu. .All  tho reserve  hospitals have been  put  In   order  to    recolvo    thousands    of  wounded.  OTTAWANS TO GO NORTH  Representatives   of   Various   Govern-  inciU-l  Department** Will go to  ���������Hit J**rtln  \ Ottawa.���������A number of Oltawnim  will accompany V. S. KteffannsBon,  tho Canadian oxploror, who will shortly leavo on a two-years trip to tho  north. Thoy will .'represent tho ln-  ton*������t.H of various government depart-  inoutH which may bo Interested ln thn  results of -thn expedition, such u������ tho  lnliiiH, Interior and prohubly marine  departments,    Tho   names,/ however,  Iimvo lit *  yi>*   bf"*n V.nniU'K'cd.  1     StoffonnHHon   himself  is  now  away  I on n trip t'i tho Old Country, bnt will  return In  April.      Ills enact; of ������������������pco-  lnioiiH arrived at tho muscim.  latoly  and uro  now  Im.ut; arranged.  London.���������A ppanlol. which wn*  iiii-)|H'u on n lodge ;u������o foot hlRh, an  tho face of tho Dover eastern cliffs,  wai. rescued by a t-oaittKU-ud. who witn  lowoicd dovta tlw.- "-ilC by a, i*opo.  Text of the Lesson, Gen. xxvil, 22-34.  Memory Versec, 33, 34���������Golden Text  Isa. ' xxx, 18.^���������Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns  Seven other sons, including Ishmael,  are recorded as having t:jn born to  Abraham, by his secondary wives, but  to'Isaac he gave all his possessions  (xxv. 1, 2, 5) and sent the others  av/ay unto the east country./ Abraham lived 175 yeari, and when he'died  Isaac and Ishmael laid his body beside that of Carah in the -cave of  Machpelah (xxv, 7-10). While he lived  he looked for the city which hatn  foundations whose builder an;d" maker  is God-(Heb. xi, io, 16), and he is  still waiting for it and for the complete fulfillment of the promises made  to him as heir of the world (Rom. iv,  13). Time i~ lon^ to us, but not to  Him to -whom a thousand years are  but as yesterday when,it is past (Ps.  xc, 4) and as a watch in the night.  It is restful to see Isaac, dwelling by  the well Lahai-roi, the well of Him  that liveth and seeth me (xxv, 11;  xvi, 14, margin). He was forty years  old when he married Rebekah, and he  was sixty when the twins JacOb and '  Esau were born. It forebodes trouble to read that Isaac loved Esau, but  Rebekah loved Jacob (xxv, 26-28), and  the reason given for Isaac's love for  Esau does sound very earthly. >  Futures were not any more real to  Esau than they are to multitudes today. A mess of pottage was more to  him as a hungry man than his birthright (xxv, 29-34), and for this he is  spoken of as a profane person, or, according to Weymouth, ungodly (Heb.  xii, 16). Think of ' the profanity  bounding everywhere because the god  of this world is blinding so many  eyes to the realities of the future kingdom and glory.'  In chapter xxvi we read of Isaac's  failure on.the same line on which his  father had failed twice, in calling his  wife his sister to save his own life  (Gen. xii and xx) .In xxvi, 4, we  have the star promise confirmed, to  Isaac, and in verses 12-16 we see Ik  greatly the Lord blessed him and how  very rich the blessing of th Lord  makes one.  A beautiful incident is related in  verses 17 to 33 as to how yielding instead of strife makes, manifest tlie  life of Christ in us. The Philistines  had filled up some of Abraham's wells.  Isaac reopened one, and then they  claimed it as theirs, and he let them  h-ve it. When he reopened another  a third for some reason they did not  strive for that. Later they came  to him to make a covenant with him.  and gave as their reason ft desiring  it. "We saw certainly that the  Lord was with thee" (verse 28). Had  he contended with them and insisted  oh keeping the wells, which would  have been quiie right in the eyes of  the world, they would have seen Isaac  and not the Lord, but he had learned  the lesson of rather taking wrong ahd  suffering Limself to be defrauded (1  Cor. vi, 7). It is most interesting to  note that the sume day his servants  in digging a well found water (xxvi,  32). -'."���������"��������� '.'���������"���������- .v.."-.  It is indeed sad to have.'to .'turn-  from such a beautiful incident-to ithe  lesson for today, which is a record of  awful deceit and lying and, worst of  all, a mother pnttinr her son np to it  and calling down the consequences  upon her own head (xxvil, 13). Her  aim was to bring the father's blessing  upon the son whom she loved, but if,  she had only believed God and left  the matter in His hands He would not  have failed to keep Hie word, for /He  had told her before .the boys were  born that the elder should serve the  younger (chapter xxv, 2C). There is  everywhere today a tendency to help  the Lord to do what He has no thought  of doing, and that is to win th-^'w^rld  to Himself In this age, with tbe d^vil  still doing his devilish work.:  There is also such a lack cf confidence in God and His plan for His  kingdom that many religious people  .try to work.out their own plan, thinking thus to help God. The devil hates  the love of God, the patience of (jfod,  the purpose of God, and, Js as busy  with many?*of the people of, pod[ as  he was with Rcbcl'.ah that day, .'but  they nse blinded and conceited ; (II  Cor. iv, 3. 4; Rom. xi, 2R). 'f/his  record'of Rebekah makes us thlnlj of  another mother who was her s^n's  counselor to do wickedly (II Chron.  xxii, 3). but cue wonld hate to' aj-so-  clato Rebekah with such ar. Atlinl),*ih,  though it is true of all that the heart  Is deceitful and desperately "wicked  and tho carnal mind ls enm'.ty aga'inst  God (Jer. xv!i, I; Rom. viii, J).', U'  some of uh hav - not developed ,tlio  Rflino de.������;roe of-iniquity as others i;t. ' *,  only lhe grace of Ocd that has kept  us. Note tho He upon Ho of this story:  "I um Esau, thy firstborn. The Lord ,  thy God brought t to mo. I am thy  very son, Esau'  (verses 19, 20, 24).  "Rut ho wns found' out oven an It '.n  written: lip sure youi- sin will -find  you out. i Num. xxxll, 23), thqush  tlhoso words w-o.ro used . in a wholly  different bo.iso wlier* uttered ot writ-  ton. Wo do well to remember lhat  God ahull bring overy work Into judgment, with every secret thing, 'whotlior It Vie jrood or whether It be oyll.  (Keel, xll, 14). Thia may have been  tho first but certainly not thv -hint  story of kid  glovo deceit on'record.  Great Lakes N.-wlc-fation Opens in Lena  Than Two Weeks  Ottawa, Ont.���������Tlmt navigation' on  tho Great Lakes will optm at anv as-  enptl-ivally onrly dale this yenr iii apparent from n:.]).orlM received hy ��������� the  maiiim dcparl.iiu.iit. Port Ar|hiir  advices nny 1,'no harbor will he dpon  in less than two v.'iM*k.s. lco-brefU������ltifl;  ir. now Koiiu*. aliiMiI vij.',orou.-Iy In tho  St. Lawrence In pi*ej>:n*a'l'm for tho  ������itiohIiii������    of    mivi'iMillnii        Th"    ii*������    I1**1  Lake  Superior   I.h  mid  to  be   linhlor  tlimit mvu-il.  WIII  ProUct Fur SeiiU  Washington.���������To    carry    out    tho  ,.......... . i . .    . * * ^  In tho Nortli Pno-1 flr TVotddoiil ~\V<C  son onlcred ihe revenue cltter'i Man*  nlug. -imlgn, Tahonift, Hoar and TUe-  i.Im lo patrol th*> liohritig noa from  I April iU iv iiopl.   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Lamberton  Editor and Mannger^s  G*  The prospects of a bright outlook for the Creston district  for the next few years to come where made known on Saturday evening last when the Hon. J.H. Schofield addressed a  large crowd of people of Creston and surrounding districts,  in the Mercantile Hall. Mr. Schofield stated that the timber  limits which have been advertised for sale for the past three  months werte bought by Mr. Winlaw. The timber, which was  sold must be taken off in four years and as there is a great  amount of it means the necessity of hiring many hands with  which to do the work  . /_ifWfcK /  The Leading  Hotel of the  _3B_|   V/OU will  make   no   mistake  Y      when you get off the train  if yon sign the register at  the  Creston  Hotel.      Travelling  men  will  substantiate this.    We  study  the  comfort of our guests.  %ff  ���������%���������**  ������  ���������OR 'WINTER COUGHS _ COLDS 1  Syrup of White Pine and Tar is very  effective. . Jf.  Packaged in 25 and 50 cent bottles. ' "_*'  Fruit    Belt J  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Out   Guests  Ks&U  cAgain  Headquarters for Mining Men.  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  ens iar.iHB0i:  1 till   LUU11I1 1 '_  iND COL!  3_���������T  moran  Prop.  Liberal newspapers still give their leaders to believe  that the navy bill will be blocked and tbat an election wi'i  take place this 3'ear. A few months will show those readers  that their organs deceived them with other stories equally  absurd and the marvel is that many of these Liberal readers  will continue to believe these stories  There will be no-election this year but if there was what  would happen? Does anyone think tha the I. au ner party-  can defeat the Government on the navy bill when one of  its own members v.ol. McLean, M. P., is supporting ihe  Borden policy, and no Conservative u.ember is s moo-tins:  the Laurier alternative? How can it go to the country with  any hope of success when the Borden pol\y is sttppo ted by  such staunch Liberal papers as the Montreal Wituess the St.  John's Globe the Montreal Herald aud the Winnipeg Tribune?  There is a weather idtge among the old settlers that a  March freeze in the light of the moon does not destroy the  fruit erorj. The -P-rouudhosr mav make mistakes but the old  timers know whereof they speak.  tMYi-iLS Laxacold, break up a cold iri 24 hours-  Does not contain Quinine.  Sells at 25 cents a package.  1 Creston Drug&Book Go. |  t% _ . _r <  a*.    XM.^sr&M.^r  liinngE VEINS CURED I  tm* NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT.  Confined to His Home for Weeks.  "Heavy -work, severe straining and evil habits in youth brought on  Varicose Veius.    When I worked hard the aching1 -would become  t Tr__RefW  i sv-sra a___i Eoofl SfQhSco I  y Udll&ici, LB������I3IY aim aocu uluUSuw g  - _ _ _  m  n  monev,   I commenced to look upon all doctors as little better than  rogues. One day my boss asked mo why I was oft! work so much and  S told hii_ iny condition.    Ha advised tno to consult Era. Keessedy &  s     Keanedv.asheha���������taken treatment from them JsimsslS sad knew  they were square and skillful.   I wrote thesn and got T__ NEW  Method Treatment.   W[y profrress was somewhat Blow* and during  the first month's treatment I was somewhat discouraged.   However,  I continued treatment for three months longer and was rewarded  ^ with a complete cure.   I could only earn SI*, a week in a machine  t shop before treatment, now I am earning $21 and never loose a day.  V^XfY^ \ I"^^^~^^Wo������y������"V^^~e*W^&dl40CIJST. .  EIAS  YOUR  BLOOD   BEEN   DBSEASED?  BLOOD POISONS are the most prevalent-sad most seriotls diseases. They sap the  very life blood of the victim and unless entirely erauicated from the system will cause  seri *us complications. Beware of Mercury. It may suppress the symptoms���������our HEW  H2.TJ.OJ> cures ������ll blood diseases.  YOU^S OX jSnDDLE AGED MEN.--Imprudent acts o. later excesses have broken  down your systrm. You feel the symptoms stealing overvo-j. Mentally, physically and  vitally you are not the man you used to be or should be. W_l youheed the danger signals}"  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  AU clisa of TURNOUTS supplied at short notice.   The latest styles of  ||   GUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.   Saddle and pack horses a  Speciality.  Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg, Oo.      Horses for sale    $  It  _-  ���������ft  ft* Feed for sale  $f I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains    j|  W nt auy hour of the day or night.   Commercial men and landseekers, will    ������  $. receive prompt attention  m  _���������  iff*  _  ������ Phone 56  !<*  ���������V"9.-dS^:-9������i������:-_S'-i99i������i9a--  ft  H. S. McCreath, Prop 1  Sirdar Avenue  Box 14  -usatm**���������t wl.l cure you.    .���������.--.��������� . ���������.-,.   ^   ���������j,-^-.-   Freo.   No matter wbo has treated you, write for an honest opinion Fw-eiof Charge.  Books Free���������"Boyhood, Manhood, Fatherhood."   (Illustrated; on Diseases of Men.  NO NAMES USED **WTHOl_T WRITTEN CONSENT.. PRIVATE. Np rss������ ea  Im������m or envelopes. Everci-imr. Confidential. Question Last and Cost of Traatment  FREE FOR HOME TREATMENT.    f%__.__ ������^__fui_isfPtr-t-i^--f-_iMenrv  The weather prophets never iet their stock run down  We are promised "Bu assorted variety of wind and riiu storms  early in April  i  I  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswoid Si, Detroit, Imch.       5  ^������������kS|e-f!i|%? All Icttera from Canada must be addressed H  11V 1 BVfa to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  mmmmmaaaaaaaam ment in Windsor, Ont. If you desire to  see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as -we see and treat  no patient* in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  Laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters as follows s  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Ont.  .Write for our private address.   ;. .������iisu������:.v*!tfWi*w<������*,  SYNOPSIS OF GOAL. MI NIG REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  ia Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  tking   BSfcwarfc's School  -for  38o*ss and ������iris  Cranbroofc, 3_n C.  Principal       -      Mrs. Cherrington  Head Mistress,    Miss Cftefrlagtcn  (Honours   cartilicate,   Cambridge  tXZ~\.mm T,amaI      tN.M.InM*..-.Mi TT.^ntia.AV_  JJlgUQl    JJUVM,   X^.XXXXXX.������SXXXXXX   x0XX.xxmmm =  eity Education X>iplo_ia.)  Assistant - iliss Hodgson  i     Terms for boarders on applicatio    I  I t-o the Head Mistress.  Two   Nights  Northern  ma am a _a m  IVIinstreBs  The Riverside Nesrsertes  Comprising J25 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.  Pears   M oojr _ -roMrgre*   Peaches  Mums  ^^^LLt. B^������ft.i&&   Cherries  GUARANTEED HOMEGROWN  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established lOOObyttio HON. MARTIN BUREtEU.  Minister of Agriculture  ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANOH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  'oi Citcuiomie uuil Price list, writo to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent, Creston, B. C.  I  APRIL 10 and 11  SPECIALTIES:-  San Jose Scale by the pianist, Quartettes  by   the   Pippin Brothers, Dialogues by Codlin and Black   Spot,   Lat  est Songs by Flatheaded Borer, followed  by   the  famous  farce,  Box and Cox  DUCHES OF OLDENBERC, accompanist,  IIYSLOP CRABB, MFC U, Iuterloqutor  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  mm  -VHtniccinn 75 r.ants.  Chilrlran 25 r^nts.  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  MONEY   ORDERS  Issued by 'Iho Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a .safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting* small sums of money. These Ovders,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the. Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of tho United States, arc issued at  tho following; nitcs:  $S and under    3 cent*  Over     I> and not exceeding $10....    O  ���������������    IO      ���������- ** SO 10  ������'     30       *��������� " 50 15  J  Kliiviii^AJMiJi-S   ABROAD  do  i   ' (Qanjbrid������'e   Hisfh*r I������oo&l oertifl  the Yukon Territory, the North west 8 oate.  Diploma   of the   College   of  Territories aad fa a portion of -is Pro- 1 Teachers for the Deaf.)  vince or British Coinmbia, may be leased  for  a   term of twenty-one    years   at  au anunal rental of $1 an  acre.   Not   ��������� ��������� .        ���������        , , ���������,  more than 2,560 aores ������vill be leased to' _ _ totho,e who fill out and  one applioaut. j \r W% E Email this coupon AT ONOE  Application for a lease mnstbe made fatnpJe of onr expert penmanship and  f acisating wbbog in short- hand.  by the applicant in person to the Agent j   or Sab-Agent of the disfcrict in  whioh THE  BLA'R  BUS"NE8S COLLEGE  IspoKRne, wnaii.  I am intere-ted in finsines������ Education  1  Iu surveyed territory the la-ad must Please send me full information about  your College, nud especially about the  lie dftsoribed by seotionB,   or legal sub*   8u1)jeotB checked below:  d'viHions of ueotionB, and in "uiiBurveyed   .... Bookkeeping    .... Shorthand t  ..  , ....      ....Typewriting    Penmanship   31  territory Ihe tract applied, tor shall be   ... .Quick Figuring .....Letter Writiug  staked ont by the applicant himself.       j I can begin a course about   _sr____i_-i  Each application muut be accompanied   ...       by a fee of $5 whioh will be refunded if j   tho rights applied for are  not available ���������        .  but not otherwise.    A *o;s*ftlty shall be  paid on the meroUautablo output of the  mine nt the rata ot five cqntB per tou.  Tho pemm operotiug the mine shall  furnish tho Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full ������rnantlty of nier*  chantablu coal mined MMit pur the royalty thereon. If the com I mining rights  nro not being opera*)*-! , m oh returns  should bo l'urniHlied ut, In nst. onco a ' ear  Thu loiiHi' will iue.-uuix iho ooal 111L11-  lug ligbtH ouly, but tko Iosmio may i-i*  pornilttoil to pu>*������vhaa������ wbatovor available Hnr.nce righliH. way bo cmiHldt-ort  lucnflHarv for rhi*'w-*wl<lr������g of , *ho mini*  al tbu rati* of |;l(^aii aor<*.  For full iufo-jtn-t'io- ap plici itiouahonld  bo mado to tU*> *.V.ofOtui-y oiJ tho _������*jpuit-  mont of thtv interior, OHnwr*. or to any  Agent ot Br.i-*Ag0-t of Domimiou Tjands  WW. OOH Y,  Dop-aty MiniHifir of tlu* Inn rb 1  N. B.���������Uiiiiuthnrinod publication of  ���������hia ndvertisenient wU 1 not be paid for.  s  COMPLETE  Anirnai   Fertilizers  MONEY       SEwmmOS  should b������ made by rnfur.9 of our SPECIAL   FOREIGN DRAFTS _ii_   MONEV  Sow Burns*Fertilizers  And Reap Dollars.  Call or seud for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  P.BURNS&Gg  Llmltad  CRESTON  B.C.  UIUJUUU*        ������|MU������M  :oat ^  )..!������.  yt vs-~  ikKIn     **tv.*f������^  Percy B. Fowler, Manager Creston Branch       |  -ThfC C S   nrc.-.i   l.r ������..* !  Iron JUoiU with uiutu.iiNii ui *_i u-,j*.-h n,i  WI.  Head Uttice  n *  I    I  .J Vrl/JX; m������,XJl\l\Jl\   %  UiN j  I liK.miHHIIM.������������������>���������������������llllll,. 11 HI  I .ii.MM.lir. ������.i,������i,.i,i������i.������.,n....4  UBUB  vm  -_-B- **fM'.i!''*-''"'**fW^^  .���������������������������������������������������������������' ���������������������������-.--.-' :.-.--- :.titi-v,-.;;ti,:,-:^-:.;,---;ti-''-:--W^  ��������� ��������� 'titi.' -tititi; YY Zr ti;; ti,titi-ti^i*m  ' ������������������'.'-' ::':'-;ti^:ti;ti--titi'ti-;ti^'V-i:>'f  ������������������������������������������������������������������������    - ���������***-���������-������������������-������������������.;. V.:;-,::*ntitJt  eS**=������r  icv  /THE   CHESTON'? ;!ltEVEEWr   CRESTON.   K C,  I**  \  OF THE  GENE STRATTON-PORTER  Copyright. 1009. by "Doubleday, Page;  & Co.  SYNOPSIS  Althoush a good acholar, Binora Com-  slock, entering, blgh school, la abashed by  her country dress. Sho needs $20 fo?  . books and tuition fees. Her mother la  unsympathetic, and Elnora tells her trou-  blea to Wesley Sinton, an old neighbor.  When Kl*-sora "was born her father waa  drowned In a swamp, embittering her  mother's life. Elnora determines to ralsa  money by gathering forest specimens.  The Sintons buy clothes for her.  E'r.ora, getting her books cheaply, finds  a market with the Bird Woman for Butterflies, Indian relics, etc  Mra.  Comotock's devotion to her husband's  memory  will  not permit her  to  eoll trees or have oil welts dug on her j  . iand.    "rn������   Sintons   faring   Elnora   neT?  clotblos.  Binora Is delighted with her outfit. Her  mother says she must pay for It- Wes-  iey and Margaret Sinton discuss the _irl'-  a__Ira.  P*st������ Coreen, a Limberlost frequenter,  warns Elnora not to visit the Limberlost  at nlsht or xo far into the swamp at any  time.  Billy, a bright but untrained little chap,  ���������wltti a ahiftiess father and hungry brother and sister, gets Elnora's luncheon,  wesley. troubled by Corson's warning, in-  *"to prepare? for both the sermon and  commencement exercises. Since there  was so much practicing to do, it had  been arranged tbat she sbould remain  there from tbe night of the sermon until after she was graduated. If Mrs.  Comstock decided to attend she was to  drive in with tbe Sintons.  lt Was almost time for Wesley to  come to take Elnora to tbe city when,  fresh from her bath, witb shining  crisply wasbed hair and dressed to her  outer garment, she stood with expectant face before her mother and cried,  "Now my dress, mother."  Mrs. Comstock was pale as she replied, "It's on my bed. Help yourself."  Elnora opened the door* and stepped  into her mother's room with never a  ' misgiving. Sbe hurried to the bed to  find   only   ber   last   summer's   white  j dress, freshly washed and ironed.  Somew-ero a dainty lawn or mull  dress simply must be banging. Hut  it was not. Einora dropped on the  chest because sbe felt too weal* to  stand.    In  less than   two  hours  she  ��������� must be !n the church at Onabosha.  At  last she opened the door.  "I can't Hnd my dress." sbe said.  j    "Well, as it's tbe ouly one there i  CHAPTER XIV.  Wh������re!n Mrs. Comstock Hears Elnora  i_      Play ������n Her Father's V:s!;ri.  "Vm not going anywuere." salu Mrs.  Comstock! settling comfortably back  against the cushions.  All of them begged and pleaded, but  It was no use.  Not an Inch would Mrs.  Comstock budge, so tbey ieft ber.  ' They found seats near the door where  they could see fairly welL Billy stood  at the back cf the hall aad und a good  view. By and by a great volume of  sound welled from the orchestra, but  Elnora was not playing.  Out in the warm summer night a  sour, grim woman nursed an aching  heart and tried to justify herself. The  effort irritated ber intensely. She leaned back, closed her eyes and tried to  make her mind a blank, to shut out  ������ven?the music, when the leading violin began a solo. Mrs. Comstock bore  It as long as she could and then slipped fro tn the carriage and tied down  the street.  She did not know how far she went  or bow long she stayed, but everything  was still save an occasional raised  voice when she wandered back. Sbe  stood looking at the building. Slowly  she entered tbe wide gates and roiiow-  od up tbe walk. Minora had beeu eobi-  ing here for almost four years. When  Mrs. Comstock reached tbe door she  went inside.   The entrance to the audi  *e.*a_������ -.  A White Faced Woman Bore It as Long  as She Could and Then Fell Senseless.  shouldn't think it -would be much trou.  "You mean for me to wear an old  wasbed dress tonight?"���������'.??.. '������������������       tiy  "It's a good dress? There isn't a hole  in iti There's no reason on earth why  you shouldn't wear it."  ���������'Eseept that 1 will not" said Einora.  ���������'Didn't you get me any dress for commencement, either V"      ������������������  "If you soil that tonight I've plenty  of time to wash it again."  Sinton's voice called from the gate.  "In a minute/' answered Elnora.  She ran upstairs and in as incredibly  short time came down wearing one  of her gingham school dresses. With  a cold, hard face she passed her mother and went Into the night.    A half  can graduate?"������������������' -���������   -  "YiesY and you'll get something on  you tonight, so that you can lead your  class, as you have done for four years.  *Jo to my rcoh* and take off that gingham quickly. .Anna, drop everything  and come help me."  The Bird Woman ran to the telephone and called Ellen Brown lee.  '"Elnora has bad an accident. She  will be a little late." sbe said. "You  have got to make tham wait. Have  thf-ui play uu extra musical number  before tbe march."  Then she turned to tbe maid. "TelS  Benson to have tbe carriage at tbe  pate just as soon as he cau get it there.  Tbcii lome to my 8'oom. Bring the  thread box from the sewing room, tbat  roll of wide white ribbon on the cutting table and gather all tbe white pins  froni every dresser, in the bouse. But  first come with me a minute.  "I w������nt that trunk with tbe Swamp  Angel's stuff in it from the cedar closet," she panted as they reached J be top  of ttie stair.**..  T_t*y hurried doiwn the hall together  and dragged the big trunk to the Bird  Woman's room. She opened It and began tossing out white stuff.  "How lucky that she left tbpse  thiugsl" she cried. "Here are white  shoes, gloves, stockings, fans, everything."  "I am all ready but a dress." said  Elnora.  The Bird Woman began opening closets and pulling out drawers and boxes.  "1 think I can make it this way," sh������  said.  She snatched up a creamy lace, yoke  with long sleeves that recently had  been made for her and held.it out.  Elnorn slipped into it. and the Bird  Woman began smoothing out wrinkles  and sewing in pins. It Sited very well  with a little lapping in the back. Nest,  fronri   fitmrtncr   tho.    AtiirolV   flnthlno*   alio.  caught up a white silk waist with low  neck and elbow sleeves, and Elnora  put it on. It was large enough, but distressingly short in the waist, for the  Angel bad worn It at a party whec  she was sixteen. The Bird Woman,  loosened tbe sleeves and pushed tbem  to a puff on tbe shouicers. catching  them in places with pins. She began  on the wide draping of tbe yoke, fastening it front, back and each, shoul-  der. She pulled down the waist and  pinned it. Next came a soft white silk  dress skirt of ber own. By pinning her  waist band quite four inches above Minora's. the Bird Woman could secure a  perfect Empire sweep with the clinging silk. Then sbe began with th������  wide white ribbon that was to trim A  new frock for herself, bound it three  times around the high waist effect she  bad managed, tied the ends in a knot  und let tbem fall to the door in a beautiful sash.  ������������������Elnora." she said, "forgive.me, but  tell aie truly. Is yourYmothef/so extremely poor as to make this necessary i"  "No." answered Binora. "She Is���������is  different."  The Bird Woman tareed the girl  facing the tall mirror.  "Ob!" panted Elnora. "Is that me?  You are a genius!   Why. 1 will look as  wt4-t.ll   #*es   A-frr   *>���������_���������   ���������-���������_*n������r**i   '  ���������������*_������������������  %*���������*   *���������>���������_,*'        r "Maybe I conld s!t: here and wait."  said Mrs. Comstock. "1 want to see  about getting her a dress for tomorrow.   I aui her mother."  "Then you don't need wait or worry," said the girl cheerfully. "There  are two women up in the sewing room  at work on a dress for her right now.  It will be done in time, and It will be  a beauty."        .  Mrs. Comstock turned and trudged  back to the Lrimberlost The bitterness in her soul became a physical actuality and water would not wash the  taste of wormwood^from her lips. She  was too late. She Was not needed. Another woman was mothering her girL,  Another woman would prepare a beautiful dress such as Elnora bad worn  last night The girl's love and gratitude would go to ber. Mrs. Comstock tried the old process of blaming  someone else, but she felt uo better.  She nursed ber grief as closely as ever  in tbe long days of the girl's absence.  Among Elnora's graduation gifts was  a queerly* shaped package brought to>j  the Bird Woman's by Billy.   The Bird  Woman bent over her as she opened it  and tested the fabric with ber lingers.  "'Why.   bless   my   soul!"   sbe  cried.  "Hand woven, hand embroidered linen,  fine as silk.    It's priceless!    I haven't  seen such things iu years.   My mother  bad garments like those when 1 was a |  -Uild. but my sisters had them cut up  for  collars,   belts   and   fancy   waists.'  while I was small.   Lock at tbe exqui- i  site work!" i  ��������� "Where could it have come from?  cried Elnora.  She shook out a petticoat with a  baud wrought ruffle a foot <\ee',t, then  an old fasuioned chemise the neck and  sleeve work of which was elaborate'j  and perfectly wrought. On tbe breast ,  was pinned a note tbat sbe hastily  opened.  torium  was  packed  with  people aud   hour later Margaret and Billy stopped  a crowd, was standing outside.    When   for Mrs. Coms������Vock with the carriage.  they noticed a tall woman with white  face and bair and black dress one by  one tbey stepped n little aside, so that  Mrs. Comstock could see the stage,   it  ���������was   covered   with  curtains  and  no  one was doing anything.   Just as she  turned to go a sound so faint that I  everyone leaned forward and listened '  drifted down the auditorium.   It was j  difficult to tell just what it was; after  one instant half the audience looked  toward tbe  windows,  for  it seemed  only a breath of wind rustling freshly  opened leaves, just a hint of stirring air  Then the curtains ware swept aside  ���������swiftly.    Tbe stage  had  been  trans  ���������formed  Into a  lovely  little corner of  creation, where trees and (lowers grew  and ino.sa cumeted the on rib.    A soft  wind blew, nnd  It was  the gray of  dawn.     J-!u<il(U'i>l.v   a   robin   bcuiin   to  Hlug. then n t-oug upm-row Joined ti I in.  iiind then  t-everul 'orioles  begun  tulU*  Jng at onci*.   The light gjviw stronger.  'bo dew  drop-**   uvinhleii,   tlowei*  perfume begun lo. creep out to the audi-  ������nee; tho air moved the brunches gently-and a roosler crowed,   Then all the  iseeno wns Hhiil'en with a bnhel of bird  motes nnd other sounds of nut nre.   The  voices died and soft, exquisite melody  begun to swell and roll.   In Hie center  .of iho ulnge, placo liy iiloce the grasses,  mos*ic������ nnd  leaves dropped  from mi  ������������iiiliHnlci������H>Ut,   the   follii'T.'   softly   Mew  away, while plainer nud plainer camo  tbo   outlines   of  ii   lovely   girl   figure  draped In soft clinging green. She piny1  tad an only u peculiar chain of clreum-  ���������fitaiMVM*. puts it in ihe power of a very  ���������few to fitey.  At fcho doorway a while faced woman  bore it ran long as she could and then  fflll oenneless. The men nonn-m ear*  lied hor down Uio bull to the I'mintnlii.  revived ber and thon placed her lu the  carriage to which ������l*e directed Ihem.  Tho girl played on and never know. -  That was Friday night.  Elnora camo  ikm-w Si'turdny morning and went to  work.    Mrs. Conitttoolc united no question", and the girl only told  ner that  , tho iiudlcncA bad been large enough to  ���������my for-the nle/'e of uliiliinry lhe eliiHS  ���������Mid twdficted for tho hull. Then she In*  '���������til*'.*- fibout ber droHHO*. and wiih told  ���������tu**, wu-iJ i;_ n;;".'J.v for ber. She had  boon luvltod to go to the Bird VVomaii'u  She had determined fully that she  would not go before they called. Witb  tbe sound of their voices, a sort ot  horror of beiug left. seized her, so  sbe put on her bat, locked tbe door  and went out to tbem.  Wesley was waiting before the big  church to take care of tbe team. As  they stood watching the people enter  tbe building Mrs. Comstock felt herself  growing ill without knowing why.  Whea they went iusido among tbe  lights, saw tbe flower decked stage  and the masses of finely dressed peo*  *>ln   n*.A    ^Mnn.    V* f.    1. -..  Margaret and Billy softly commenting  on what was being done.  "That flrst chair In the very front  row Is ElnoraV exulted Billy, "cos  she's got tho highest grades nnd so  sho gets to load tho procession to the  platform."  -Tho first chair!" "]_oad tho procession!" Mrs. Comstock was dumfound*  cd. A wave of positive illness swept  ovor her. What bad she dono? What  would bocoino of Eliiora?  CHAPTER XV.  Wherein Elnora'Is Graduated With tho  Bird Woman's Help.  ,S Elnora rode to the city sho answered  Wesley's questions  In  monosyllables     so    that     ho  I*,T^   thought sho  was  nervous  or  rehearsing her speech and did not cnr������  to talk.    Several times tho girl tried  to (ell him and reall/cd that If she cmld  the first word It would bring a torrent  of tears.   Thu Bird Womnn opened the-  tacrcuii and stared unbelievingly.  "Why, 1 thought you would bo ready;  you uro so late!" ulio mill). "If you  iiuvc waited to droaa hero wo will buvfj  to hurry." ,  "1 bavo nothing to put on," snld El*  nor a.  In bewilderment tho Bird Woman  drew her Inside.  "Did���������did"- she faltered, "did you  think you would wear that?"  "No. I thought I would telephone  Ellen I bat there hnd been an accident  und l could not come. I don't kuow  yet bow to explain. I'm too sick to  think. Oh. do you nunnone I can mret  uuiuulhiuir made bv Tuesday no tbat I  The organ began rolling out the  march as tbey came iu sight. Elnora  took her place at the head of the procession, while every one wondered.  Mrs. Comstock gripped ber bauds together aud shut her eyes. It seemed  an eternity to the suffering woman  before, Margaret caught her arm aad  whispered: "Oh. tvute: Kor any sake  look at tier: Here: The aisle across!"  .Mrs. Comstock opened her eyes and.  directing ihem where she was told  gazed intently aiid slid, down in hei  sea-, oil i tie verge of a collapse. She  was saved by Margaret'** tense grip  ���������Uul her ei)u*in|tii)d, "Here, idiot, stop  that!"  In tbe blaze, of light Elnora climbed  the steps to the palm embowered platform, crossed It und took her place.  '���������Sixty young men aud vvouieu. each uf  them dressed the best possible, follow  ed her. There wore munly, (Ine looking men In that class which Elnorn  led. There were girls of beauty and  grace, but uot one of them wus bund*  Homer or clothed in belter tusto than  she.  Billy thought the time would never  como when Elnora would see hiin. but  in inst she euught his eye then Margaret and Wesley got faint signs of  recognition ip turn, bi|t there was no  softening ol' ihe glrl'u face aud no  bint of a Miulle when she saw her  mother.  Henrtsleli, Kal harlne Comstock grip.  peil her seat und tried to prove to her-  .eelf that she was jUMtitiod In what  she had done, nut she could not.  When ut laiit the exercises were over  ���������he climbed into the carriage and rode  home without  a   word.    She did  not  hear  what  Margaret  nnd   Billy  wore*  saying.     She   ncnrcely   beard   Sinton.  who drovo behliid.  when he told net-  that Elnora would uot be home until  Wednesday.    Early the noxt mornlug  Mrs.   CouiNto'li   was   on   her   way   to  OnnbitRlta.    She wi\h wi'ltlnj* when tho  Brownleo Rtore opened.   She examined  ready made white dresses, but (hey nud;  only ono of the right Hlsce. and It was  marked $10.    Mrs. Couistock did not  hesitate over the price,  but whether  the dress would he suitable. She would  havo lo ask Elnora.   She Inquired her  way to the Home ot* tbo Bird Woman  ond knocked.  "J;; Elnora Com;*toe!: here?" r.be v.������.\r-  cd the maid.  "Yea. but ������be Ih iUIII In bed.    I was  ���������cold to  let  her sleep um long na sho I  Mould."  ^mtx.xx --.y .     !  -"Ofu" paiixnd  Einora.    ���������*!��������������� that  *y>������?"  ������**I waa married !n these." it read,  "and I had Intended to be burled in  them, but perhaps It wouid be more  sensible for you to graduate aud get  married In them yourself If ypu would  like.   Your mother." |  "From my mother!"   Wide eyed. JIU*  uora looked at the Bird Woman.   "Uo !  you suppose sbe can be insane?"  "Yes,"- said the Bird Woman, "stark,  staring mad���������wildly Insane If she doe.i  not love you and care what becomes  of you."  .Elnora arose and held the petticoat  to her. "Will you look at It!" sha  cried. "Only imagine ber uot gottin;;  my dress ready and tbeu turning  around and sending me such u petticoat as tbls! Ellen would pay $10(*  for It nnd never blink, i suppose  mother has had It all my life, and t  never saw it before."  "Go take your bath and put on those  things," said the Bird Woman. "Kor-  get everything aud bo happy. Sbe Is  not Insane; sbe ls embittered."  Soon    Elbora   was   ready   for   her  dress.   She never had looked so well  as when she again headed tbe procession across the flower nnd palm deck,  cd stage of tbe high school  auditorium.   When sbo looked Into tbo oyea  of a white faced woman noxt to Won*  |py and Margaret sho slipped a band  to her side and  raised  bor skirt tbo  fraction of nn Inch, just onoiurii to let  tho embroidered edgo of n  petticoat  dhow a ti-IUo.    When she saw the look  of relief  which   Hooded   her  motbor's  fnco   Elnora   knew   that   forgiveness  wiih lu ber heart and that mIiu would  go home In the morning.  , It waa late ufieruoon before sbe arrived, and a dray followed with a load i  of packages.   Mrs. Comstock wuh overwhelmed.    She   ������nr   half   dusted   und  made Elnora Bhow hor each costly and  beautiful  or  siraplo autl   useful  gift,  tell   ber carefully   what   It   was  and  fi'QIll   wlliiVit Jt CiitJIO.     .Sill*  .Studied   tbo  fncon of Elnora's particular friends Intently. Tbo gifts from ilieiu bud to  be flolocted and sot in a group. Sovcrai  times alio started to speak and tbeu  utoppod. At last between her dry lips  came a harsh whisper. ������  "lOlnorn, what did you givo back for  tllOMO tbllUFS?"  ���������*2������i.tirj������li ouB-jiuior).  "Her husband Is older tlmn she.'*  "Uo wa* a widower."  "(Jet him on the bargain counter?"  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THE    CRESTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON.    B.C.  i  ;^i  -iijUStlCC  By Arthur Applin  &l  W������s*d; Leek  _. Co., UmRea  London, Melbourne & Toronto*  J  (Continued  Reu'ben leant forward in -his chair  Ibis hands were clasped together. Kill  yourself, you mean, he whispered.  What good would that do? Whilst  there's lite there's hope, that's a motto I learnt the other day, he chuckled.  You musnt die, Francks, you mus.*:  live because Iris loves you. I didn't  Understand whe:. 1 wrote you that let-  \%i������.      1 understand now.  Francks   turned  on   him   furiously.  Silence!   You don*; know what you're!  Baying.  Reuben   nodded   his  great  head   to  and fro.      Oh yes, I do, I know everything.      If she were to die���������Ella, your  wife, I mean���������you would be free then,/  wouldn't you?  A curious sound, something between  a eob and a laugh, escaped Franck's  lips. Picking up a newspaper on  Che table he opened it, and then in a  steady emotionless voice read aloud  the announcement of Irld de Fou-  taign's engagement to Frederick Scribner . *  She didn't wait long, -did she, Reuben? I don't blame her. In a way  I'm glad, it's the best thing she could  do.  Reuben rose then and slipping Ms  hands into the breastpocket of his  coat, withdrew a packet of papers. He  stood bes-lde Francks and laid his fingers on his arm.  A  Live Agent Wanted  in every town and village ln Western Canada. A !?c:d live man can mako  $5,000 per year working in conjunction with us. In selling the choice Keal Kstato  Investments we have to offer. In listing farm land for a-ile. working exchanges  of farm land for city property, automobiles, etc. Tliis is a chance, of a life  time for a hustler.    Write for  list  of propositions.      Address���������  s        Scott,   Hill   &   Co.9  22 Canada  Life  rfuilding, Winnipeg, Man.  know I've got these papers for you.  1 don't want her to know11���������yet.  Francks scarcely heard him. He  was deep in though*. She ought no,:  to have come, he said under his  breath.     I don't know what to do.  See her, Reuben whispered. Yes,  you must see her. You love one another. 1 said I would bring her back  to you, and I will. I've set you free,  Francks,, now there's only one tilling  j for you to do.     You needn't be afraid.  He moved towards the door,  Francks stopped him. Wait iu my  dressing room.    There, on the left.  As he spoke, he bent over the table,  and choosing one of tho bottles from  the leather case, he uncorked it, and  poured a  small  quantity  into  one of  the tumblers that  stood on the tray  by his side.      Reuben from the dressing-room door watched'him.     Putting  the bottle on the table, Francks pour- j  ed a few drops of water into the glass, j  then picking .it up he moved towards'  the  passage on  the  right,  when  the'  jangling of the telephone bell stoppe-d j  him.      Putting    down    the    tumbler i  again, he walked  to the bureau  and i  picked   up  tihe   receiver   of  the   tele-'  phoue. j  No���������tell Miss de Fontaigne that her ;  brother is here, and ask her to com*? !  up. '  Why did you do that" Keuben asked  Next time you are buy������  ing  Try  E. D. SMITH'S  You will be surprised at  ***���������**__    ��������� ���������**���������>��������� ���������*"������������������ ***S *���������*������������������* #*���������,**���������_���������������  ita ���������tjuuuiicoo.  Can be had from your  Grocer  STERN SOLDIER WEEPS  Wrecked   by   Bullet   He  Would   Have  Chosen Grave Before Wretched  Life  Constantinople,   Turkey.���������It     is     a  sad   experience   to   go  to  one  ot   the  military   hospitals   in   Constantinople  PILGRIMS   SEEK   NEW   ZION  Barehea-.' >d  and  Starving,   They   Fol-  3ow Leader, Whom They Personify  as Christ  Moscow,    Russia. ���������The Monk    In-  nocentius, whose exploits    have   just  reached a climax, has received shorter  shrift   than  his  t  edecessor,   Il'.od-  or.      He has been    arrested    by    the  [Archangel gov-srnment after escaping  *��������� from the monastery to which he bad  been exiled from Bessarabia, owing to  his fanatical and immoral propaganda.  It is reported that he has been slightly  wounded by a bayonet thrust.  He has evidently an extraordinary  personality, as 800 adherents, many of  them women anrl children, followed  him to Archangel. They regarded  j him as the personification  of Christ  and  watch the    soldiers    who    were      _    ^  brought in there three months ago j lgnorantly mistaking: the* Onega, near  shattered with shrapnel or Mannlicher to which river lnnoccnuus was banish-  bullets from Lule Burgas or Tchatal-   ed, for 'Omvga,' in the passage, 'I am  It isiit true!  Scribner had that put j sharply.  iris  in th��������� _  "thing about it.      He thought he was j of   people   down-tail*-*?.   Francks   said  going  to  frighten  her  into  m-arryin-g   unsteadily, and she couldn't very well  him, he thought he was going to ge: j see me here, alone.  hold of these papers and threaten to j     He stood for a few seconds, staring,  ruin you, unless she married him.  He ! out     of    the    window     wrapped     in  chuckled.      But he failed.    First the j thought.    Then he moved towards the  Jew  stepped  i.i,  then  I  came.       He ' door, opened  it   and  listf-iuxi  for  the  lowered his voice.        No    one    mus; \ lift.  know,  but  you    and    me,    Francks. !     I'll wait in your divssing-room, Reu-  T-hey  think  I'm  a  fool,  but  I'm  not. \ ben whispered.  you seel    I've saved Iris    for    you���������j     Francks did uot  hea** >���������  sudd-euty a little dizzy, that's all.  Francks   sprang   io   the   table   and  I couldn't face h*?r among the crowd . picked up the tumbler into whioh he  had poured the medicine, but Reuben  was quicker than he, and filled another tumbler witti water and put it  to his sister's lips. She drank it  gratefully, then laying her hand on  Reuben's shoulde*. she slowly left the  room.  (To be Continued)  end now you must do the rest.  Francks  snatched the  papers from  Reuben, and with    trembling    fingers  tearing aside the    tape    that    bound  them, he opened and looked at them.  The postal orders he had    seat    the  lawyer so many years  ago.   The anonymous letter.      All the papers and:  documents  connected   with   the  case,;  and a letter from Saintsbury, a receipt:  completely exonerating him. j  Where did you get these? ]  Reuben made no reply.  Presently they fell from Francks  fingers, and he buried his face iu his  hands. It's too late, old man. Nothing matters to me now. If you1  could have given them to me a few  months ago!    It's too late now.  Reuben was staring at the little caso  of bottles on the table. They can't  force her to marry against her will  Tiow, Thpy ve put Saintsbury in your  power. Instead of his ruining you,  you can ruin him, and be revenged.  Hush, hush, you don't know .what  you are saying!  :i,m.   He l*?ft  the  room and  walked  along the corridor to rtit^et Th������^ woman he loved.  Reuben waited a moment, then crept  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.  CURE OF DRUNKARDS  bier which Frauck... had forgotten, i  held i: up aad sniffed its contents, j  Then he replaced it and looked at the j  case with its row of neatly labelled1  bottles.  A Woman Says Inebriates are  Usually Fine Fellows���������Should be Given  MMk to  D. ink  London.���������In au address on the cur-  I ing of drunkards, Dr   Mary Murdoch,  at  a conference    of    the    Yorkshire  Fools,   he   whisuered   chuckling   to i ���������. . . __,     ��������� ... .   ���������T ,  himself thev haven't, guessed the ans-1 County union of the Brit-sh Women's  ";Ltim.ti, tiytiti "r-r'rii^ v������? I Temperance   association   which   was  The sJund ot  viSes in  the ������orrl-1 *���������*  at  Hull,  said    that    drunkards  . - ,     ~oZJtr"{v '���������- as a rule were the very nicest of peo-  ,      ,       ^ .v,    ,.���������,?.   U-,1��������� !ple,  with    wonderfully    fine    natures  he darted across the room, and en,.er-   v   , .  dor outside  disturbed  ing the dressing room, closed the dooi-;  as Francks aud Iris de Fontaigne entered .  I thought you told me Reuben was  here,  s-he said, catching her breath.  grip.  vuiipic a  tu in   i.ig/iii.v'iiOCi  Yes,  I  do  know  ��������� il.-i  He made  yoa marry his daughter against your  Vill, now you can get rid of her. They  dare not touch you now, they can't.  You're free.  Slowly turning, Francks glanced  along the passage to the room beyoud  and softly he echoed the word���������Free!  There was a knock at the door, and  a servant entered the room with a  letter.  Ask tho lady to kindly wait a moment, he said, unsteadily, when -he had  read It. I'll telephone down to the  bureau.  He waited until the man had left  the room. Your sister is here, Reuben. Did you know Id-it she was  coming?  The cripple started away. No���������-  ���������she    musn't    see   mo,    She    doesn't  Francks closed the outer door before replying.  He's waiting in the dressing-room.  Iris moistened her lips, ner body  was trembling, her eyes were full.  And���������your wife?  Francks --erked his    head    towards  ~-~ .   ��������� . .    ,���������,    ;!-,a   r?:=-?-.���������- aum'f.   I..  I,lit:     iJuooa;;,^,    ...II     LllTr    i-o���������'- - &-.1*77 c-     ,���������-"  with  .. j which made it difficult for them to re-  aist temptation. Women whose hus-  b<)ids gave way to drink should give  tnem a varied diet of milk, eggs, veg-  ctao.es, poultry and fruit, and sti.-������uid  avoid tho grosser forms of butcher s  meat. Cayenne pepper and swoets  would temporarily put off the craving  ja, leaving the place as cured  They are drawn up in the entrance  hall for a last inspection by the nud  ical otlicer in charge of the hospital.  Some have been fitted out with uew  peasant clothes, usually by a foreign  charitable fund; others wear their  rough khaki uniform.  Here is a man whose left arm ends  in a stump at the wi.st. Ho is crying quietly; tears have an odJ look  on that tough, wrinkled face, with its  shaggy fringe of beard. Ho came in  with six wounds from shrapnel bullets  and the doctors say that he bas made  a marvellous recovery.  Clean living, sober, strong; with the  peasant's lack of any nerves to suffer  from the pain and shock, he has lived  through what would have killed a European soldier twice over. With the  smashed leg from which he will hobble all the remainder of his days, he  crawled thirty miles from where he  was hit at Lule Burgas to tho field  hospital at Chorlu. But now he is  crying, because as he says, he would  rather they had let him die.  The doctor pats the grizzled fellow  on the shoulder like a child, but the  tears still stand in Mehmed's eyes.  Where is he to go, he asks. How  is he to live? He holds out-his stump  of an arm. He can never hold a  spade   or guide a plough again.  You must go to your friends; they  will look after you. says the doctor,  encouragingly. He has no friends  and no family now, he answers. His  little farm was by Kirk^KiMsse. He  left it with his wife, his mother and  three children. Where are they now.  They must have filled the bullock cart  with what they could and fled, leaving  the remainder to the Bulgarians, like  all the others. What has become of  them since then he will never know.  Did they die of want and exposure  on the way? Did they meet a worse  fate at the hands of the Bulgarian peasants, rejoicing in opportunities of revenge on defenseless Turks? Did  the cholera take them in that foul-  sour-smelling concentration camp  among the graves and the cypresses  outside the walls of 'Stamboul? Or  have they passed over, like thousands  more, into Asia Minor, to live on the  charity of others almost as poor as  themselves among the snow?  Mehmed will never know. His wife  and children are lost in the wilderness  and he, a helpless cripple, is turned  out into the jostling alleys of Stamboul  to find a living as best he may.  iii   UvJ  righrVhrough'from Monte Carlo, and j*1���������?,^ ^o  I>adly cooked iood, dhe sa-vl was!  ofte-n to blame for diunkennssa. and  if the girls of the country leainad to  become good cooks there would be  fewer drunkards. Smoking some-  ented  the  Graying.      The  OUT Mi CHIN  Burst and Formed Ugly Scabs,  Burning, then itching. Had to  Go Without Shaving for Weeks,  Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment.   Skin Perfectly Clear,  IM   VAnm i-H,.,  Toronto,  Ont.��������� "I  vrai  troublt'il v.lili fat-lid ce/.etua for nearly tin  yearn.    Tho first, ainnn wens pimples bri>riU-  InR oiU, nml I lien bursting awl furminn nasty  UUly ''���������*''*������������������'' front* (I nil' .���������hi".    Vf>������>- tiftrti the  BonsiUlon w;im (.lull of hurnln:.*;, tlw-n it.-hltv;  HO that f .scrjuclu-d tho mini.    T )i;nl to (;o  Without Hlmvinn  lor wi'-'Wh at. a Uiar.    I  triod many patent, reninlii-������ but did run, nnd  a pnrniiiriiiUl; cure.    Kvury Nprlnt' und f;ill  tho ui.i,'.���������ii) u[!|n.iiiil .ti i>.) .-,.,.,    1 ......  time', i;ol. rid of It for u lew nimuiis, inni ib  ���������"tltlirtleil as Iind its ever.  "About, six luntit'i'j Hi-'.o T r'Ti'iv-1 n simple of <.'uti<*ur;i .~-u.li> .mi iMi.tn.i hi. ,iu 1  Joumi i'.i'-.u. i", ..,.,,"������������������.. .*" . , .  I piirrlm.-ii'il t wo hoses of fill leun Olnt ment.  and gome < '.lUi'nr.t Si)..'-! ami ':.",< il tin 1.1 'ii  direct ml ami now my hI.Iii Ji pwfiw-tly rleiir,  Jean iliavo wiili nluusore." (..*���������i;iu-<]> Win.  ���������Miv-.Ilo.4u. Muy a.'. I'.H'J.  ]Si>l only uri-. < 'uiienr-i *���������*'>���������������i��������� .-uul ' tli.i.nn-iit,  tmO'it v.'tU ml ilo In tin* tre.it ineM of ������������������<vima:������  And inner citHLrtinsiiirf ������tu|iUiii..i of i.i.i,i und  ���������('(lip, out llu ouur ������������������iiii.iil. ui.. ���������!,. lu I.e.ell  fur (ilmi.iia, blurUlutivlH. r**<I. ruui/ii huIum.  Iu'.;'...,;.' '';"'"'" ,e,t,.ir,nr -irv ihm mei  fulllui; Ii.ttr. r-|i;i[ipcil li.'UiiU uml k1i.-.|>'���������!,���������-������*.  Iinii������. nor iln It, ���������,!��������� i i-iiiiiiiiili-.;il'y, A i.Iuk.Io  t_.il.,i i-i" <',',' li-ura Mo.-i;> '-.'",'��������� i mvI bo*- of  Culli'ili.l" 'liitllieiit '.'.Or-., iirr oll-'ii riiill|i-|.-itt.  wlieu .ol ul".!' li.'. i f;tilnl.    :��������� ������'.d ��������� y /tn)."--i'fi  ���������.nil )|i>.-it.���������4 ���������liniiii/liiiiil. tin'  vnirl!.     Liberal  HJlliiplil of euoli  liiall''il Irie.  wmii .t.:-|i.  ,.������iu  .......   r...   ������.  j.,r,,,..      ........  ...   ,,,.,..        -    .  Cli.uu. furl)., !*'*l)l-   ������-������l������,   Hi'-iton. I,'. H. A.  the  crossing  was  very  bad,  she felt  faint.  She's not ill? Iris asked quickly,  and to her surprise Francks laughed.  There was something ugly, almost  ominous in his laughter.  No, he said between his teeth, she  Was never better in her life.  Iris swayed unsteadily, and held on  to the back of a chair for support.  You must tell her I'm here���������you must  tell her I called, I insist. It was business that brought me. First of all,  I w-aut you to know that the announcement in the newspapers is not  true. I'm not engaged to Mr. Scribner.  Francks dared not look at the woman he loved.      He stood at the far|  ond of the room leaning against the  window.    I know, ho jerked out. Just  before wc came home, ho wrote to me  asking me to lend him seven thousand  pounds.      A pretty sort of friend, oh*-'  I'll see him In ;i day or two, and you  shall be revenged for this insult. I'll  i thrush  him���������I'll  kill  him.  j     Thoy wore interrupted by tho page  I boy bringing in a telegram.    Francks  j threw lit aside without opening it.  I     I s'lC'.f.dn't have come. Iris whisper.  1 cd,   only   I   saw   that   notice   in   the  | !!i".v.-:.ai>cvs an hour or two ago my-  ; soli' ���������-.'.lid   fco  I   wanted   to  see  you���������  for the lnsi time, Jimmy.    You'll try  : and  Vii"-  l.apiy.  won't you,  and���������play  the panic, I think you call it.  She ".'live r.lm 0110 quick glance tlnm,  his br.um was clearly bIIlionetl.ed  , ������������������.r.ainst tho light, he was standing  I ori'd, every muscle in bis body taut  nnd nuivoriiig. And ���������she, too, saw tho  ; cluuiKc that. Ucuhon had noticed, lie  ' look, d   \cry old,   wry   lircd.  1 tri-'d to play tho game, he f-ul-il un-  /Iii* h's breath, bnt. its no good, I'm  nui   I'.olng  to   try   any   longer.       My  curing of alcoholism was more a matter of faith healing than anything else,  and secret remedies advertised when  tried were almoyt invariably followed  by lapses. There was nothing like  sensible hard work to prevent the recurrence of the craving when drunkards   tried to  cure  themselves.  Beware of Ointments for Catarrh  that Contain Mercury,  as mercury trill surely destroy the sense ol ame)  and   completely   fierauRe   the   whole   Byatem   wher  enterint;   lt   through   tho   mucous   surfaces.     Such  ������rtk;'.u should  sever  te  used  c~c.-pt or.  pre���������r!?-  Uoi���������  rom reputable physicians, as the damage tbey  will do la ten iold to the good yuu cuii pusoiuiy derive from them.    Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured  by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.. contains no mer-  ���������ry. and ls taken Intornally, acting directly upon  the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system.   In  buying  Hall's Catarrh  Cure be sure you get   the  genuine.   It Is taken Internally and made in Toleda  Ohio, by P. J. Cheney & Co.  Testimonials tree.  Sold by DruKft'^ts.   Price. 75c. per bottliu  Take Haifa Family Pills for conaupatloa.  Alpha nnd Omega, in the Revelation  of St.  John.  Innoceiitlus whs joined by his followers after his escape fror- the monastery, and tlu'ji started across the  snow to seek the New Zion, all bareheaded and chanting hymns. A few  of them were ���������n carts d.nd others on  foot.  Their condition soon became deplorable. The temperature was below  zero, and they were 111 frostbitten and  starving. Some of them died during  the pilgrimage. A detachment of rural guards was dispatched to aid them,  and a Red Cross party from St. Petersburg arrived on th? scene soon  after.  In the Cycle  He is so much behind t'*.o times that  he will never catch up.  There is some advantage to that.  What is it?  His jokes are so old that they sound  like new.  A Pill That Lightens Life.���������To the  man who is a victim of Indigestion  the transaction of business becomes an  added misery. He cannot concentrate his mind upw** his tasks and  loss and vexation attend him. To  such a man Parmelee's Vegetable Pills  offer relief. A course of treatment,  according to directions, will convince  him of their great excellence. They  are confidently recommendei because  they will t* all that is claimed for  them.  NEVER ANY FAILURE II  OR DISAPPOINTMENT ,1S  WHEN  There's a heap of fuu in this world,  and Jim Brown says he doesn't ,in-  tend to miss any of it even If he has  to knock off work occasionally.  What appear to he idle tears are  often the busiest ones.  Tell  the  truth,   but   be   careful   to  whom you tell it.  POWDER  ISU3ED.  CONTAINS -NO ALUM.  <*iTNO*Tr���������J   fc.l/-t.  6k - OilO C  v>Wi^ i**i*w ivisarrxi*  THAN THE  ORD8NARYKSNDS.  MADE !N CANADA  SeareJ  Do you believe that women should  have anything to do with politics?  I certainly do.  You do?  She certainly should have both vole*  and vote.  Well, maybe the vote's all rigrhtt  but I hope you don't want her to have  any more voice than she haB now, do  you?  It's only tho defeated candidates  that don't, recognize you now. The  successful ones will keep an eye on  their fences.  FEMALE HELP WANTED  LADIES WANTED���������To do work at  home;   decorating cushion tops;   caa  A  woman  can  make  the   ordinary j make from $3 to $5 per day; pleasant  man into a pretty respectable citizen,  but by the time she finishes ths job he  is about ready to die.  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  Venn* d'-n-tr'st will refund money tf X������AZO  OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itch-  rag. Blind, Bleeding .or Protruding Piles  ,n 6 to 14 days.    60c.  The old fashinoned woman will have  none of the vacuum cleaners that obviate the necessity of house cleaning.  What would life mean to har if her  semi-annual debauch of housecleaning  were denied her?  Naturalization Fee Reduced  London.���������There is great satisfaction  in the Jewish community at the announcement that the naturalization  fee haB beeu reduced from $25 to $15.  The agitation for a lower fee has been  going on shico 1886, when Samuel  Montagu urged upon the Liberal government the reduction of the fee to  $5. As soon as the Tory government1  returned to power, however, It raised  the fee, but there haa been a continuous agitation for the lower rate ever  since.  Did you eve.* know a man who was  stubborn as a l^uls to be credited with  horse sense?  FLY TO PIECE'  The Effect of Tea and Coffee on High.,  Organized People  Ring Found After Twenty Years  Paris.���������While walking along the  beach at Trouville, a girl found a wedding ring on which was engraved 'F  de Beaumont and Charlotte Laboulaye,  24th March, 1892.' The ring belonged to the Marquiso de Beaumont, -\.iio  lost it at Trouville over twenty years  ago while bathing.  Will Explore South  London.���������Just before his departure  for New York on his steamer Maure-  tania,    Sir    Ernest    Shackleton    an  Miller's Worm Powders uo not need  XI . 4,4.������_  *.,.���������, _     _A    ���������_~4-_-.    ���������:l     __    __.��������� ���������  t.iiti   r* ��������� ' ���������"* -***" * - v*.  ������..���������������.-"������������., ������������������   ....   ...   C..J.   ..,..*  gative to complete their thoroughness,  because they are thorough in themselves. One dose of them, and they  will be foui.d palatable by all children,  will end tho worm trouble by making  the stomach and bowels untenable to  the parasites. And not only this, but  tl.e powders will be certain to exert  most beneficial influences in the digestive organs.  wor...   Armour  Art  Co.  Steele Blk., Winnipeg.  Dept  N,   _3f  W HY  !  ��������� *  BLUE  Dysentery Cure by Injection  Paris.���������A new cure for dysentery  consisting of injections of a preparation of an alkaloid known as cmctlno  was described at the Academy of Medicine by Professor Chauffard, says Excelsior. Professor Chauffard said he  made six injections in four day3 ln a  desperate case, and after somo weeks  a complete  euro was  effected.  ;  wiii- and 1 llvo our B0parn'.i> livra,  <���������,.>! \i\ our own llttlo soparato hell.  A;-,.*'.*. ho laughed nlotid. Mnrrlcd,  land yet ������lngU--���������Oh! I'm not thinking  of tuytu'lf, I'm thinking of you.  SIm-  :-it.i"''lch(*d  mil   hor h-rindfi ns  l-f  ' '  ,     ���������!,;, v.''.-' I'M',  pi! v';,"V( you inn ft  , not    worry   uhnuf,   mo,   Jim.    Tbcrc'H  i only   one    t.h'.ni1*���������thnsi*     pj-.pi'i***     and  1 dociiniciMi- th*it. Mr. Mcrlhmir had-���������  i      Stool* I UK   forward   lu-   picked   I luun  Up.     They're   Ju'ri'!        I'vo   |-ol.     thniii  iill   ilulil,   jiihI   four   inuiithH   loo   laic.  The  die-KKlng-romu   door  opened   id-  < li-iilly and Keulu'ii crept Into (he room.  ' Fr;ineK:i   luiui-d   to  h'.in.    Tnkc  your  ! :i!Mler   hmiie,   now,   Keuben.   He   very  '   ....>,i |r.    In    ||(.|-      m v     hov.      I     t-.l lil 11     Hi'l'  I you   ll Xiii If.  '   vou  I r������-i j I ,��������������� ii   bowed   hi:-,   liend   on   lo   lii-i  i hreii;it.    Thiil'tt  iill   rich',   lliere  \<\   no  lll'ile   lo    le:   lii!d    now.    l'".\' i -i',\ Ih in;', .;  1  rr.lrir.  ���������������/,   Pf   !,H   rlirht .  i      Th'-u  a frlK-liteni i|  ery  trom   Iteulien  \  it I i !���������-., i-<|    noil,   .inn    ,-,,,i.   ..,,    ,it,   ...       ,. ..  "I have boen a coffee user for years,  and about two years ago got into a  very Rerlous condition of dyspops}a  and Indigestion. It secmc.l to mo I  would lly to pieces I was bo nerve *s that ii.'. tho least nolso I wns dls-  trrt���������Od and, ninny times could not  straighten myself up bocauso of tho  pain."  Te.. Ih just as injurious, bocauso lt  contains caffoino, the sumo drug found  in  cull'oi.'.  "My physician told m. I must not  cat any heavy or Htroug fool and order c-u a diet, glvii.g mo ^omo modlclno.  J followed dlrocitlonn curofully, but  '���������icpt on uhIuo; '"���������ffeo nnd did not got  any better.  "LiiRt. wlntor my husband, who was  away on bir'.nesH, had Postum'nerved  j to hltn In tho family where he hoiml-  ed.     1!" llk������'ii \t ho woll that when he  ! eiimo home no   ro light somo with hiin.  | We hoium using It and I found it nioi'L  excellent.  S "While I drank li, my stomach never  1 bothered nie hi the kaat, and l -.^ot  lover my ncrvouo ronbh-H. When the  : l-oi'iuiii was gone? wo returned lo cof-  j tec. then my tMoiiia..... liena.i to hurt  I me an before nnd tho ncrvoiui coiulll.  I ions eiiuic on again  nounced that he intended Lo head a  scientific expedition to tho Antarctic.  The Mauritania sailed from Southampton. Sir Ernest said he would visi  several points in the United State*.  and go to Ottawa.  I was cured of Acute Bronchitis by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Bay of Islando. J. M. CAMPBELL.  I wan cuvod of Facial Neuralgia by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Sprlnghlll,  N.S.    WM.   DANIELS.  I was cured of Chronic Rheumatism  by  MINARjVS LINIMENT.  Albert Co., N.B. GEO.  TINOLEY.  High Prices for China  London.���������A fine old Vienna porcelain group of Ferdinand IV, and his  wife, realized 260 guineas at Messrs.  Puttick and Simpson's rooms recently;  a group of a peasant and wife, 130  guineas; a group of a gardoner and  w..'e\ 105 guineas, and an old Drosdcn  group of King Fredorlck and hla jester, 240 guineas. ,  !S THE BEST FOR VOU-    -  BECAUSE  It keeps your "'White Clothes" looking  Just like New.  It does not Spot or Streak tho clothto  as thero is no settling*. ���������  It ls the "Handiest Kind" tn use.   .  It is Guaranteed to give perfect Satisfaction or money Cheerfully RofUndod.  LISTENS     try it,  "J-R Blue is much better  than any other." Miss  Thomson, Belmont. Man.  "J-R Bine is au Excellent  Blue. Superior,to other  Blues." Mrs. Frank J.  Moore, Conn, Ont.  "J-R Blue is the best  Blue I ever used." Mrs. W.  Switzer, Brandon, Man.  and Prov**  It  ior Yoursa!:.  A to cent pack-rage lasts about  6 months, Ml*  blues *S Good  Size Washtng?}  Manufactured by  Tho Johnton-  RlchanUon Co.  Umlird,  Montreal, Can.  Rorlln.���������The Horlinor, Tageblatt, announces'that 1-1 err Llonol Caro, who  foundod tho Anglo-Gorman Union  somo years ago, and has acted as soc*  rotnry-gonoral of tho organization  over Alnco, died suddenly of heart failure while spunking at tho toloyhoim.  Mayp������!e Soap  DYES SO  EASILY  With Maypole  Soap theie it no  Uouole and no muu  in home dyeing.  Dyes cotton, wool,  ���������ilk oc mixture*. 24  colors-will give any  ehade. Colors 10c.  Bbclc 15c--nt your  dealer'��������� or poilpnid         How  Phut  showed me exactly what  wa:*  I'vo t'.oinelhlng to suy lo 1 c muse or tlio who I'J trouble, mi I <l>*u  drinking e<.lft'< altogether and l(<*p! en  uilni' Pot-tuni. The old lioublun "e-li.  ju-'aJii nnd have never riMurni'd."  '���������There':' :i r'������i"i<in." and it Ih explained Iii the lll.Mn book, "The Road  io vvellviin . ....  Tb������y  ReBponRlble  MfH. Jipoa, I think I have heard  you say yoii havo a cousin ln tho rog-  uiur army. ^lii bi an cnicer, I presume V ,,,  Yea bo holds somo rcsponfllblo position,' but I don't exactly kno.v tho  nature of it. When ho wroto to mo  l;u,t ho ..aid hi- w;i:i In the guardbounc  ���������wliutovor that is.  Oopotown.-*- Tho Cnpo department  of juotlcn Ih to adopt lncamireB for  ilm nrcservatlon of tho prehistoric nm*  rs*' paiutlnna attributed to HiiHhiiien  in tho cavoa-of  Polula. South Africa.  Rur,la Gounaolj  iviontencfjro  llerlin.������������������'���������'be "Hh-lnlR of tho Gorman  lOI'O'lgll    OllUill    hiiii-ii    lli.it    ..U^ll...    '..'..������  hi nd one further nolo to Montenegro,  !,/ L to c-hanM !hf poflHlMlltlc, of  diplomacy beloro tlio thiiiaeter of activity <>f tbo wanihlpH cbanKu from  a doiuoiuilration lnlo otleiiHivo action.  Sheriff Felled by Lltlrjant  Cardiff.���������Sheriff McLood was felled  with a stick at Linlithgow, by ;i lu-  bovov ngalnnt. whom he had decided a  componHatkui caso. Ilo was rendered unootiHclouH, and was lulcoii In a  motorcar to Edinburgh for mocllcal  troatmont.  I dealer'��������� or po������  I with booklet"  I to Dye" from  j:o8  nt-NEDICT & CO. MonHenl  Tho Patient's Retort  Doctor���������Woll, I hope   you   prollwd  by my advli-?  Patlont���������Y>..-*, doctor,    but   n*>t   SO  niucli .iu yu.. ilul.  Wbllo travel broudons a man, lt U  not nocoHsarlly fattening.  mm ii, ��������� ��������� ,..��������� im i.  , mm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmilfm  ill   lHil-.li.  I. .     ml.*,,,  \mttl  I   I, .   .       I I, ���������, I     I r ..   ��������� .,!.,    I  iMKi.-'lVeil  Ihe  Minil "���������ncgrliiM lo ylfld.  11  IiIh holding on .4-) the l.r.elt nf a .���������Imlr. I one nppenrt from time to J1'"8  ��������� -.waving un..tr...iily.     Il'������ all rlghl, .dm | aro  ficnulne. tru^,  *ind full  of human  I ,..,;.;   ������jr.".''"ly   trylr>������'   li>  hhiIIi- I   feH l intfc'-eat.  Thero In no uno    in    fret I Ing,    but  limine folku do ll juut for iiiiumt-iiioiiL.  ^^MM^%*^wmmti **mm SS.fi. Emmmwmmmmi."  It la the rlffht of ovuryone to live nnd enjoy the cheerful life. W<t ow������  it to nuru������lv������N and thoae who live with un to live tho cheerful life. W������v  cannot do ao it ill health taken hold of um.  Tha wit*, naother nnd daug;ht������r ���������iifterlng from hot floahaa. nervousnentt,  tinadiicha, bacliaoli*, dramrln'c-Uovt'n f������allnDC, or any other weakness dua to disorder*  or lrr������v;ulariU������������ of tha dAlloaui 'emal* nr������*i>������-ia not only a burden to b*r*������lf������  but to tmr lovwl on���������i.  Tlisrm is * tmmmdy.    B'orty years ���������xparlanca haa provon unmUtakably th**  MMJXXm   M.  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T        Winninee  Unrest In India Causing Alarm   ,  )  Calcutta, Indi  .���������The ferment caus-j  ed amongst Indian Moslems    by    the1  events iu the, near eaov iur .' jm abating, every Cory D-c-conlss more marked,  and responsible Anglo-Indian journals  all over the country are drawing attention t_  the serious nature of ithe  position. J  The Indian "lirror, a moderate Bengali newspaper, -Jays-.that, the situation is becoming most' serious, as the  Hindu extremeijt are. taking advantage of the Moslem unrest to push their  own. revolutionary propaganda, aud  urges upon tho government the advisability of prohibiting r.ll meetings oa  the subject of tbu war. If this is  not done, the Mirror Is bx the opinion that the ferment will follow the  lines of the recent Hiridu unrest. The  attempt made some time ago by Aga  Khan to calm the popular feeling has  only resulted iiii i|p anything more  meetings beiug held.'a': which he is  denounced as not a true Moslem.  Reviewing the situation In a recent  leading ' tide, the Times of India  says that ^ it is time that the wise  heads among the Moslem community  interfered to give the community a  lead, for the extravagant language  which is. now being employed, and its  effectr. on the uninformed, are so mischievous that if a corrective is not applied the co-sequence must bs most  prejudicirl to the Indian Moslems  themselves.  MAKES   BOY   HSR   HUSBAND  CANCER  Book Free.     A simple  Home   trsatnient removed  tamp from this lady's breast  Old sores, ulcers  and  .      _ ...  mrov/tha cured.    Describe  ������*������bj" Jrorcble; We will send book aud teatimonials,  j HE CANADA CANCER  INSTITUTE. Limitsd  1Q CHURCHILL. AVE.. TORONTO  REST AliD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILS.  "Mas. "Wms-ow's Soothing Syrup has beei*.  fjed for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of  [OTHERS for their CHILL-REN WHILE  EETH1NG, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It  SOOTHES the CHILP, SOFTENS the GUMS.  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London, England.���������There can be  no doubt that there Is ac the present  moment a good deal of " ..neasinas--  among thinking men iu England -a  regard to the European situation, declared the Spectator iu a remarkabit-  article'i -  The reawakening of Franca and  the evidence of its power aud alertness have given immense, nay, universal satisfaction to this couuiry, but ���������  ;hat satisfaction is tempered iu maa**-  cases by an anxious thought. The  French, it is argued, are at this mo  ment very sure of themselves, ver>  full of patrio * m and martial ardor,  and very certain that tbeir army is  in magnificent condition, not only, in  regard to its men but also "3 regard  material, and especially a3 regards  that greatest of all the mechanic  powers, of war, artillery. At the  same time," Franc., with all its natural quickness, recognizes that for the  moment Germany is at a disadvantage.  Austria-Hungary has its legs caught  in the wira entanglement of the Balkans and, if the great war came now,  would r������-iuire help from Germany rather than be able to give aid. But if  the fight comes with Austria-Hungary  ���������M*������l*.ci        ey%-% +������*. *-*, *v1*-������#a r*t*,m*        n*-.***-       ,-���������.-.       "V. **,* t <-. mr r*  ���������juuo    cuwUyueiiw.     ^t*,ii    mij     vsuo     uwjiot*.  that Italy will run the appalling risks  involved by adhesion to the triple alliance? Germany, Indeed may be  said to have publicly admitted its condition of dis-advantage, for is it not  at this, njojneiit. Joking its .taxpayers,  to niake an. unhenrdoT sacrifice in 6r-  der that it may remedy that condition  and out of its own population create a  new array which will make up for the  aid that Austria-Hungary would have  given it before the teeth of the dead '  Lad Is Forced to Wed Under Threat  of Instant Death  St. Petersburg, Russia. ��������� The  forcible abduction and compulsory  marriage of a Causician youths-are reported from Kutais."  A pretty girl of 16 named Rogova,  who lives in the village of Kulis-Karl,  fell in love with a handsome boy of j  lhe same age, named Sari, who lived j  in a    neighboring    hamlet.     ,  Either i  from  Bhjme&sY or  from  disinclination j  Sari did not respond to the love-sick j  maiden's advances, and she therefore  enlisted the aid of a band of young  tribesmen, who made a raid at night  on the dwelling of Sari's parents and  carried the youth off to a hill fastness,  where Rogova was waiting for him.  At first Sari rejected the proffered  hand of Rogova. bi.i his abductors  threatened to kill him on the spot unless he made Rogova his bride. Under  compulsion Sari consented. Tlie next  day the abductors made another raid  in a different dire'etion and bore to the  rendezvous a clergyman, who unwillingly solemnized the marriage of Rogova and Sari.  Iu the meantime an armed party organized by the boy's parents, who were  well-to-do people, had found the trail  of the fugitives, but they arrived too  late to prevent the : arriage.  a stormy sceno the opposing parties  were reconciled, and Rogova bore off  her now smiling l ridegrcori in triumph to her home in Kulis-Karl.  Minard's Liniment Cures  Burns,  Etc  Asphyxiation as Meihod of Arrest  Paris.���������A weapon for the firing of  asphyxiating tombs, devised after the  recent seige <tl automobile bandits in  their strongholds,^ was used for the  ������rst time,, in the capture of a negro  who had become, suddenly mad and  ran amuck in the Auteuil quarter,  threatening everyone with a loaded revolver. , ������������������.������������������������  Detectives chased the man from  room to room in a house where he  hnd taken refuge, firing gas bombs as  they went. The fugitive was flnall>  cornered on the roof of the house in" a  state of semi-asphyxiation, quite powerless, and was transferred to a hospital.  \ould Hot  Mr. J. E. Arseaault, a Justice of  *he Peace, and station master1 at  Wellington, on the Prince Edward  Island S_ilway9 says:  "Four years ago I slipped in the  station ^and fell on a freight truck,  sustaining a bad cut on the front of  my leg. I thought this would heal,  but'instead of doing so it developed  into a bad ulcer, and later into a form  of eczema which spread very rapidly  After / and also started on the other leg.  Both legs became so swollen and aore  that I could only go about my work  by having them bandaged. My doctor  said I must stop work and lay mp-  "After six moqths of thi- trouble,  I consulted anotbjsr doctor, but with  no better result. I tried all the salves,  liniments and lotions I heard of, but  instead of getting better (I got worse.  " This was my condition when I got  my first box of Zam-Buk. Greatly to  my delight that first box gave me relief. I continued to apply It to the  sores, and day by day they got better.  I coul'l see that at last I had got hold  of something which would cure me,  and in the end it did.  "It is how over a year since Zam-  Buk worked a cure Jn my case, and  there has been no return of the  eczema."  Such is the nature of the great cures  "which Zam-Buk is daily effecting.  Purely herbal in composition, this  great balm is a sure cure for all skin  diseases, cold sores, chapped hands,  frost bite, ulcers, blood-poisoning, varicose sores, piles, scalp sores, ringworm, inflated patches, cuts, burns and  bruises. All druggists and stores sell  at 50c, box, or post .free.from Zam-Buk  Co., upon receipt o������ price.  GERMAN EMPEROR GIVES ADVibE^^^^^lJiqg-  AND SORE THROAT  Suffered For Years From Indices���������  tion Until Cured by Dr. Chassis  Kidney-Liver PlSis.  Tells People of Bremen That Devo-  Iton to the Fatherland is a Duty  Bremen, Germany.���������The Germa,n  emperor, who in the last few days has  been vialting the fortifications of  Heligoland, has passed through here  on his wa:*- 1 a.ck, and answering'a  speech of the Burgomaster at a lunch  given in his honor here, his majesty  alluding to the events of a hundred  years ago, made the following remarks:  When I survey the developme.ic  since those days I can, as the result  of a comparison between that time  and now, only recall what my grandfather wrote to my grandmother  after the victory of September 2, 1870  ���������what a turn of affairs by God's or-  dainment? What I wish for the city  of Bremen is that it should at this  festival remember the divine providence which has brought us this turn  of affairs in these 100 years and that  full of gratitude, it may remember the  great development of the nation in  which Bremen too has participated  to a great extent by the flourishing  of trade and shipping.  May the present generation show itself worthy of its forefathers and emulate'them. May too, the youth of  the present day take the youth of that  day as its model in devotion to the  fatherland. Its duty lies, not in the  endeavor to enjoy itself to the utmost, but in learning for the fatherland and working for the fatherlana.  As thjsn, our country nov has before  it the task of strengthening its defenses and building up its military  power and of equaling its ancestors of  100 years ago ih patriotic self-sacrifice and abnegation.  jri>fii>n*i4" ,������������������.   nasro wi Mints  UJ!i_ll m !*I������������ !-l������J!_?  Use the Proper Remedy and Colds xntt  Sor*-Throat Disappear '  "When I came home last evening,"1'  writes Mr. Thorn?.s E. Jarvia, "I wa_  all used up T/ith cold and a racking  cough. I felt' sick all over.* My  wife rubbed my throat and chest every*  hour, and made me gargle with Nerviline and water.' " I was ��������� soon warmed  (up and made comfortable with the  Nerviline, and we chilly sensation  -passed away. At 11 o'clock, afte-?  five hours' treatment, I was practically well. I therefore writ3 you at  once in jrder that It may be publicly  known that Nerviline will knock out  a bad cold over night."  It is a fact that Nerviline will ease  up a tight chest, will relieve that sore,  wheezy feeling, will knock out a cold  in just a few hours. It penetrates  deeply, draws out the congestion,  cures promptly. Get a large family  size bottle, 50c; small size, 25c, at  all storekeepers and druggists or Tho  Catarrhozone Co.; Buffalo, l"..Y.  Kaiser to Visit Venice  Turin. Italy.���������It is stated in tha  Venetian press that the German Eni������  peror will pay a visit to Venice"shortly, and that the visit will, be the oo*  casion of a meeting betweer. the Kai*  ser and the King of Italy. From  Italy the emperor will.proceed on tha  Hohenzollern to Corfu.  All mothers can put away anxiety regarding their suffering children when  they have' Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator to give relief. Its effects  are sure and lasting.  Rates and Ratcatching  _ipndon.���������In five weeks the Colchester borougL ratcatcher has killed 500  rats at an averages cost to the rates  of 3 pence per rat. i  Peking.���������The young and pretty  daughter of the vice governor of Kiang*  tse province, China, has offered her  hand and a dowry of $5000 as first  prize in a lottery organized by her in  aid of the famine sufferers*.  it's.���������      ������5-  ine aom wa   riano   is me  Action.    Insist on the  "OTTO   HIGEL"  Piano Action  I  Mr. J. D. S. Barrett.  Why did noiie    of    the    candidate^  th'-lcof working  the., endless  chain  If you suffer from chronic indigestion,  lorget  about  the  stomach    and  pay attention to the condition of th^l*���������^^  to ge^ votes?  liver and bowels.      Ten to one that  Is where the real trouble lies.  The liver gets sluggish and fails   to  Turkish   dragon   had   grown   its   crop! filter  the bile    from  the  blood,    the  Declare Action Justified  Berlin.���������Tho Nord Deutsche Allgom-  t>Uiq   Zeitung,   referring   to   Mouioue*  ,*}T0't* interference with tho Austrian  picnincr Skodra and tho treatment of  .Catholic Albanians, says:  If Austra-llunsary  has  resolved  Ij  .tP.ll Montenegro fo account for such  liffpreflBlouB, piIio'Ih acting for tli������ as-  ..frrtioiii of her endungcrod rights a.i I  Interests, which corresponds to tho  ���������protection afforded by Intprnatlonul  jrw and  tho  principles  of Kuropoun  .Civilization,      We abafo nothing from  , pur nnnouncemont of nn understand-  Ihk hotwoon Aiatrla and Russia with  ���������fnapnot to tbo Albanian quoBtlnn, and  , in tho othor hand urn rnnvlnond thnt  ti Iinni iiKi'tH-iiitHit Iiuh been usHurod  on  the last point,    nithorto    contro-  of armed men in the Balkans?  To sum np, .aere is a feeling here  that France may find th; temptation  'Now or Never' too great for her, and  may feel that her national interests  demand that tihe European struggle  shall he fought this year.  To resist th's l'epling the Spectator  points out thnt ther is a large body  of wise, ?rudrant and influential men  In France, who understand thnt any  attempt to carry out the 'now or never  policy, would forioit the support proh-  ably of Russia, i>nd certainly of Britain. And if Britain were not with  France, French communication-* with  Tunis, Algiers and Morocco m!?ht It;*  severed by tho Gorrnnn-Austm-ltallnn  fleet nnd the Frruich flank turned by  a German Invn&Iin of French tcrrt-  icy. German sea power Ir in reality  directed as :nuch again.*.' Franco as  ognlnst Drit.iin.        *���������  For thpRf* roasohfi France Is not. in  tho least likely to provoko war thii*  yenr. aB>sho Is not going to knock  her head against a brick wall. Nor,  conoludoR the Spectator, Is Gormany  likely deliberately to provoke a conflict.  bowels become constipated and the  whole digestive system is upset.  As to eure, you cannot do better  than to read of Mr. Barrett's  experience with pi*. Chase's Kidney-  Liver Pills. There Js no treatment  so   prompt   nnd   thoroughly   effective,  Mr. J. D. S. Barrett, Nelson, B, C,  ���������and formerly of Twllllngatc, (NTfld.,  writes:���������"For several years I was a  great sufferer from Indigestion. The  leant blt'-s-n? food caused mo considerable trouble and often I could scarcely eat a meal a day. Tho many  ���������romedl'js I tried proved futi e until in  1900 I botyan tho use of Dr. Chase's  Kidney-Ijlver Pills, and after using  nbnut eight boxos T was completely  cured- Since that time I hnvo not  been troubled with Indigestion, which  I consider n  gront bleHPln*?."  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Fills, ono  pill n. done. 2t������ conts n box. nil doniers  or Edmnnnon Bates & Co., Limited,  Toronto.  Stop the Cough. ��������� Coughing l������  ciuiHPd by irritation In tho respiratory  pauHi-gou and i, thu ruori, to dUloilu'.-  obstructions thnt como frohi Infliimma-  tlon of the mucous mwubrnno. Treatment with Dr. Thonuis' Electric Oil  will allay tho tntinnimatlon and in con-  nrquenco tho conp;h will rf'i'fist'. Try  It, and you will 1130 no other preparation for a cold.  Italy Denies any Action in Albania  Rome.���������All reports regarding Italian preparations for military action in  Albania or at other points . on the  opposite, shore of the Adriatic are 'unfounded.. Co far as the Italian government knows, the question of Albania is practically solved as it has  been coufirmed *hat Austria has  agreed that Jakova shall go to Servia,  which will satisfy the wishes of Russia, and Russia has agraed that Scut-  :ir. si*ali **en!ain "art of Albania. 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But thousands have discovered that  Bordeaux.���������The Scala Theatre hera  was seized for non-payment of the  rent just as the curtain was-about to  risb. The actors refused to appear,  though, offered half the receipts, which i  were not refunded to the audience.  The latter accordingly made a nolay  protest, invading the stage and cutting  all sorts of capers there.  eeenwm  (Tho Lareest Salts of Any Medicine In the World)  are the most reliable corrective, and the best preventive of these common ailments. Better digestion, more restful sleep, greater strength,  brighterspirits, clearer complexions are given to those who use occasionally this time-tested home remedy. Beecham's Pills will no doubt help  you-���������it is to your interest; to try thom���������for all over the world they  A re Pronounced Best  Prepared only by Thomas Uoeoham, St. Helena, Lnnraahire, Holland   Sol'i everywhere in Cnnedfl and U. S. America.   In boxen, 25 cents.        -       ,  First nachelor Maid���������Miss Single-  ton Is playing with firo again.  Second Bachelor Maid���������How is that?  First Bachelor Maid���������Going witli an  old flumo of hers.  When tho bullr-t ban iilorccel th**-  pr'riv>n 11 llt'ht from boli'iul hnonrnoM  vbilblc through tbo hol<\ which dlsnp-  pcars uh soon uh th" I'.lcturo Is bolnn  sol In niQtlon ugnln.  Tho new device la being tested b>  war office oftlclalfl.  ABROAD Btalement���������Yet literally true.    The aim of man from the  beginning has been to make his building materials aa nearly like natural atone as possible.     The great labor required to quarry stone led  liim to seek various manufactured substitutes.    The only reason he ever  used wood was that it was easiest lo get and most convenient to use.  Wood is no longer easy to get.    Like most building material, its cost is increasing ot nn alarming rate. ^  The cost of concrete is decreasing.    So, from the standpoint of either service or economy, Concrete is the best building material.  Canada's farmers ore using mbre concrete, in proportion to their numbers,  man the runners oi any oi'acr couiiity.,  imti  vv lly  r  Because they are being supplied wiih  "���������%-*. * box or -six box.*** tmr ������_.&&,  1 ������t ������u *(*������i������im, ������������������������  i ��������������� uoda-s m������������i. j  ���������   ��������� . .��������� ������������������     ,    ,        .   .   .    I .     ,. m- I  .   M     mrnm.-m     v. w..,^4m*..f ,      *--���������.  ...mm, Ittlvll.w)    |  vv. w   u. *;-:���������;  Riiob From Church to Picture  Palace  Iroution.���������DeapiiL* vlfconuio protcstd  by tii'vorul inlulHtoiH. (ho Mlddlcbrougii j  comity nittglst rates granted i.    so von-1  ; ilav llc.cnm; for a nuw inlf.lnr������������ iiiilnci-   i  Unci intnlatcr i?uld   Um re  wiih  it  iiirthi  from chtirchoii  to  picture  luilla  nfl.r  evening Hervicc, which wan uni-ioomlv  He happy while yon mny. "Room  your wlfo will pronem yo.. with a bo*  Ul    1,1111..   Ill.lt,   llH^'ll,'   Jll. I    .   ..O    HIV    tilllU  l.nw.    1.*.^.! I, ,.*.    fl, .������* r. t. A,-������  Now In tho :.u������rry crat-oii wlwii Uu-  family linn tr> retrenrh beeau������e the  inuii (.iiunxji  piukud i.hc Iohui* twice.  ^.'>-������ M������,,<ii.. ai.M-n.na in .j.,;,nHii,ir.^.4i  A horfle In the fiotil \n wnrtli two  In the linrn.   You can't prevent  Hpnvlti, I'Inr'iMin';,  Splint, nr Oir!> from  l������uttlii:i your  liiji'ae i.i t!ic luini luit you  run fstfrnt Ititfie troublrri  from  V#ej������ln*j  liiimeH lit the lumi very loiij:.   You cmi |j<t  KENDALL'S  SPAVIN CURE  ami 0..vm nil nih-'i iii'.mriilH. l-'.ir is veafa,  Kpmc.iU'h (>*nvi:i (."ure lia:i lireu tlie liorac-  uiuii'a kUmlby.  Ai l.T-A'W! i:, C.-.T. M.mrii i\th, rijrj.  "I tuivc liwril Krlul.ill ������ ,'ip.ivlli Line Cui  over 14) yearn cui-lti'; two linn tsYuivIn*, one  ("nvli, oiti* lliiiir '������������������,;uvIm nml n llliv������liotir���������all  lnr| caMCM. Your iiieilU'inr in tlie lx-4.1 hi the  \m...\ I ������������������ ia-:i ������ ir Tumirv  j      Vrir-  ft   iwr bottle���������6  tiottlea  |v   Aak |  ������������������������������������I..I.*".    il'l     1.^1-     .^������,������. . ivhI.,-.    w,.    L.**.   m  U..1M*" nr wille illre^t l,> un 78 I  Dr. B. J. florulali Company I  rt..������fl������lf^-  F..I!*,   VaM-IUJUKt, t'.   3,   X.   ������  Without this label it ia  not "l-anada"  (Vmi*nt.  a cement oi iho highest poaaiblr* quality, whicU ia-  Biircu tho nuncnan or their corir.re'e -work.  Tho aecret of concrete's popularity in Canada lie* in  tho fnr.t that while wo have been advertising tha use  oi concrr.ta, we have ������Uo been producing, by acien-  tific mcthodi, n cement so uniformly hiah in quality  thnt the concreta made with it givea the complete  aatiafartion out" ndvr*rtiaem.*nta promiaed.  Concrete -would not htive hem in anr.h iinttrnraul xtan  todny, had an inferior grade of cement been aupplied.  Iniiat upon getting Canada Cement.    It ia your beit  ....yrj...c.        mt     ���������!;;..-.j..M..       ;_. . * ;- f -.;-������ -; f.. r-.yll. f-OTI*.  your  concrete   work.    There   ia   a  Canada Cement  -ealfr in your ne-iprhborhoo-.  WtiU for cur Fret iiio-pat;e book " What 'Jfht Farmer Cat*-Do   With Concrw/t"  ���������A'n t.irmrr can afford ia he without ti fofiy- '  V^wkli4^..^4j>    V^UtlUtU    HkmtSJSkUkf^mm.m,       i���������-.��������� . . _ _.  -c��������� .-rz vn m.r.' rr.r^zmmmixmmt'nrMs^zJzk ..* - :^j:^:  i..--m rccs  ,AU_______________tt'_____-U  m_____** f_jiai__[i .   Jjj^.i.ir.      a-KTI-t.     <*>r.TvT A IICMT Al  rxuii   Ai\u u*\H.tiuE,r������iAi4  It mafecs ao difference what you figure on  planting this season���������we can supply you,  and -with the finest quality of nursery stock  ever grown.  An trees, plants, vines, berries, shrubs,  evergreens, roses, etc., sold by us aro guar-  teed  TRUE TO KAMB  It "Will pay you to get In  touch with us.  T,   EVERY PLANTER NEEDS OUR BOOK-  LANDSCAPE GARDENING  St  WHAT TO PLANT" x  32 PAGES.        lO+CSTAMPS)  THE PILFERER.  hpl-- you have stolen kisses  -*-     Vou never know what bliss 13.  Ami 1 am told that tliis is  A (.-rime both prime and sweet.  Although this form ol *,Hinder  i>ear muinnia's ban is uiiCer. v  Tn miss it is a blunder;  To snatch it is a treat.  M  *_.  URSERIESIR  RICHARD M*=COMB,GEHlM0R.  BOX. A. A LDERGROVE, B.C.  The* man who boldly rushes.  Ashto objection brushes.  Way cause some lovely blusl.es  Upon tlie ciietU lo liarnc;  But. ihmisli ilia* girl, protesting  May Hint at his .arresting.   _ ,  He Knows that she is i������?i-tin_  And ta.dtis part tlie blame.  This nloasure sublimated  Is not, as lias been staled,  Kor one whose nerve is rated  At something less than par.  The ieiiuw whu is lacKinR  Jn 'Iear nt slaps or satKitig  Is i-.e who r.ic-Kri the smacking  Fruin out the cherry   iar.  a sudden painful and no*>to-De-_erned.  jerk, and n sbarp-ponted l stick-'prods,  her away from the delicious morsel.  Truffle" hunting is a fine _rt. at  Pt-riuneux. As much as 1,000 pounds  havo been collected from one estate  in a single day. These sell-in London  and elsewhere at from $3.75 to ?5 a  pound.  After thoy are gathered women ;  peasant** witb long experience scrub  them delicately with hot water and  nail brushes, and others peel them  just aa carefully and gently���������much in  tlie manner in which potatoes are  scraped. For, as they come from the  earth, they look like black fungi, and  nan about the size of potatoes.  Like mushrooms, they need a period of warmth and rain in order to  ensure a good season; which extends  through October, November. December and  January.  In England the truffle is chiefly used  as a irarmsh? but it is also served as  a hor.-s d'oeuvre and a vegetable.  uuuDS  -__f-E_  Potters Prints - anc Ginghams in Latest Patterns; also NBW STOCK  consisting of Scrim, Voile, Crimps, Dress Linen, Poplin, -Vesting' Dress Goods,  Madras and Curtaihette, Crash and Glass Towling.  Call and see our stock  __������_^ -Bgyffl-ff-"t fwwt -innri fa  James Compton, Agent  PEDIGREE 811  PLiK  fiili?i  -____-_������  *j  Hardy JNortheru srrowii stock of   h,  following varieties:  Senator Dunlap; Parsons  Beauty; Glen Mary; War-  field; Clyde; Ciarks Seedling and Helen Davis.  Willing to Begin Right.  ���������'WiHi-V-'  "Yes. uJa'iiiu."  "Hun down to the bakery and brius  me ;t tout ot nreail. * , -     .  ������������������Gimme a dime'*'*    ��������� *-/  '"Dime:"  *'l'ii bub."  ���������'Shame on yon: Yon should! not  ask to tie paid lot* it."  "But 1 heard ymi toll Mrs. liTowi*  that you hoped that I wouldn't grow  up good tor tioibing.*"  i������.SpI'-r*>-  Price $10.00 per  imm>.-iiii:  charges prepaid.  Catalogue with full  cultural   <cir  tions mailed on request.  How Norway Deals With Divorce.  It is easier to  obtain  a divorce in  Norway  than in  any other  European  eountrv.   if a married couple want, to  part. Norwegian law grants a divorce  without inquiring into the reason, but  as   security   that  the   slop   has   been  well  thought over it  provides  that a  year of separation must- intervene between the application  and the granting of divorce.   Tlie husband und wife  have firs',   tj   apply   to a magistrate.  i-i.e   .--.."nil*-,   thom   to   the   conciliation  'o,->anl. and if this body cannot, reconcile them  they  are granted  a separation onler.    At the end of a year the  ministry   nf   justice   is   compelled   to  make 11 _��������� - divorce final if asked to do  ������������������������������������  hy either  party.  General  0-   MERCHANT  I By for Cash and receive your FiVE percent discount at our Store  -M__W������-MW_.'ja'JW!lt__WII I.U---IL-WHWM>g I.'1-HLWUUILIW-Wp^  Church  Notices  A  Jolly  Jail.  The   <V-ninil   I'vison    at    (Vtinjo   Js  l-.r..lial.!>   ih ���������   Mivisl easy-_i������'.ng   in  the  Ms surround it, and tlie  furnish their own cells  WYNNDEL  B. C  -**   ���������'^s w^  c-V'-^g*!  I  _  TO FUR SHIPPERS 1  The inost accurate, rullublo ami only Market Report   fi  -������j ^'cc Ux?.t cf ilz i:i:i������.l T*U-lish''-, H  Mailed  KKKE   to  tUoao   lutcrustuil in   Icuiv Furs  SEND US YOUR NAME OH A POSTAL--TCDAY  It'll not a Trappur's Gulila, lint :i piililiwitlon l������sni���������  every two vrci&H, which kIvl-h ymi r-i������ir'.������ nf wlmt. i.-i  doingInull tho MurkotHcf tliu Wnrlil iu American   =  j>_���������. pw-    Tl.lu hitv,ni\iil|i>ii is worth liunilruUd of   3  dollnra to you. _    _  Wrlto for It���������NOW���������IT'S FRBB  A.  B. SHU BERT  Tha Largest House In tho World dealing exclusively in  American Raw Fur*  25-27 W. Mlchlcon St., Oept. 41 CHICAGO. ILL, U.S.A.  Creston Wine   a Spirit, Co.  Get your Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco,   Cigars,   Poaches.  J Pipes, etc*, at ihe  Crerton  Wne & spirit Co  5. fltoolt, proprietor  Save youi* Pi&n������ toy  having an expert  do your Tuning*  J.A.P.  CROMPTON  CRESTON, B.  C.  WORK GUARANTEED. ALL.  KINDS OF REPAIRS.       DROP A  POSTAL. AND I'LL. CALL.  Electric Restorer for Men  Phosohonol rusiorea every nerve in the body   2 , t,> its proper tenslr.n ; ri-Mnre-)  vim mm vuuiiiv. I'muiaturu d.viv e������:.������4 .iii m;.\u;i1  wnaknew kvi-iu-,1 m once. Plionj>lionol \sill  uiulce you n now mnn. I'rice t*la l.ux. nr inn (,,r  Sti. tvi.itltiil to uny address. Tlio Hcobull UruifJ  Co., St. Cutlu������rln������������, Ou*.  Sinipl? Finan-  c isring.  "I   tieai" you are  sroiuji'   ui   "cot   au  :;;im."  -T hat's    the  -Mow i-an yon  :iL-;**i'<l  it;*'  -F a m i I y ha*-*.  i:.u:-o������\l u.* jio wit ti  ���������.-.-.   le.'.iter   ror   a  Wlta."  His   'Jusine- to   Hide Their*.  --j'iu-  t-i.;:.*.   rii'ii-iii'S   5o   tie   pre.inirea  ������������������jrainst  n:y < lie-.!.    esc-laitUeil Hie law  >vr wiili >e:i!e iu-at.  ���������"I-i what ".iM"tii"in:tr. may I a*?U?" in  .-uii-td the je.im.'. le-uUtus oTt-r nis -pee-  i-.i.-U's.  *"<.Mi. ii '������-- I'tain etuuisli." r������-p!iefl ibe  ���������1 pi:;:!*���������(! ( '.;"*:i-H. "UiliH't VOU ss������.\ "piSi  a lai'uu'iii :iuu ihal ymi wanted lo get  ni tu_ tac-t.*. in tbe ease'.'"  Smart  Man.  "Mr. l*..!.l;-' !���������-��������� ;:!"'.-.'.!'" ���������'. '���������*' nf ".t'iio*?.  loiui.     \\ by  eau't  yon make as much  as lie does:"  "l uaveitt the Lii.u-k ot savins tbat  be Has. ���������  "How does be save?"  - "tie buys nil His wife's clothes."  Wonderful Stimulus.  "How <au 1 increase aiy vocabulary V"  "tiow brive yon been try Ine?'*  "itejullnj* tbe dictionary.'  ���������'iiiiuiph! i'������������iy a second band automobile."  THE MOST LUXURIOUS PIG.  Is Also Most Unhappy, Most Dissatisfied and the Most Deceived.  Tlie most luxurious pig in all the  world is, as it painfully happens, the  moat unhappy, the most dissatisfied,  the most deceived.  Her disappointing lot in life is to  hunt for the delicious trufile, only to  be hauled away at the very hrink of  elysiimi.  Her full name is La Truie. and she  inhabits the pleasant, .sunny land  round Perigueux and Surges, in  Franco. That district .supplies tho  whole world with truflles. They are  liner  there  limn  anywhere else.  Sometimes as much as $f>(H) is paid  for a truffles pig, the animnl'H special  value being Unit, tli rough long and  careful iiil'ivedijivr it is horn with an  instinct   for   trudles.  Not merely an instinctive love, but  a marvelous instinct, which lends it  infallibly to discover where they uro  hidden away in tlie earth. So piga  of this breed have a price abovo  pearls.  From youth upward tlio truffles pig  is fed on the daintiest morsels. Nothing in given that uiiwht, spoil lior lino  taste.   La Truie is burn with this fine  ���������.'.'-. ��������� ��������� I '.      \o  ; 1 m..li-", \v  just as iii y please, seem to stay  there on'.y iu-eause they find their  nuarters comfortable. The diet- is  '.Yv.-raY w't'i vine on occasions arid  always c".;*ave-.tes. Fiiere is no wors  to *?.<*. no distinctive garb is worn,  and eo-Uinva'.ivoiy free intercourse is  allowed with -the outside world. On  certain feast days, indeed, the priso-n-  (i are ev,.-,n allowed to entertain  friend-;:  .ri,wili\ltiui|'   4 .1 I I T l>r*H  illWIUOinol   v^illJ ivvjII  Services will be held every Sunday as  follows:  Morning - - 11:00 a.m.  Eve n ing   - - -      7:80 p. 111.  Sabbath School 2:20 p. ni.  Vou  are.  welcome  to   tarry  with us  Fred L. Carpenter  Pastor   !!rP0t-nn Hqrh-iir KSlHil I  -Hill Vi UtjU.UIl  MUi Mill   VlltJgJ ������  " ^mmm*mm-mammi^^m^^amm^ami^^^KmmmmmmtmmmmsmB5ssaBssssi - _ .w *_, xsamsaaammmammmmmmammaaaaammxamaammwmamaaaam ,  11 '-'��������� ���������     "^   ������������������"" ������������������������������������������������������      H 111 .,   ,   L, " ������������������M  BILLIARDS AND POOL, HOT OR COLD  BATHS, CIGARS, CIGARETTES AND  CONFECTIONS. RAZORS     GROUND  AND SE.f. ���������������������������       .'.        ���������.������������������     '.%���������      ���������������������������  ,.-,-.-.-1f*l  .   Tha Mr-lberry Tree.  Silk is th ��������� great industry of northern Italy, an I the plains of the quadrilateral'    are    dark    with    mulberry  tr. ..-.    Tlie mulberry tree is the hard-  work'd   ti:oce of  timber' in    the  First   it?  leaves   are   skinne  c ���������" f i* the wr-.vms to feed on, then the  little   branch-.-"-   are   clipped    for   the  worms t > m-st in, then the lar_e limbs  ar;-   ern; ;v-d    for    eharoo-al,    and   th^  trunk bV> **o'. only to produce a new  cjop of   I -av���������>���������<   and.  limbs    for   next  y������ar.   hut   must   tfet" as  trellis   for   a  .urapevine.  PKESBYTEUT AN  Service  every  Sunday   tit   11  a. 111,  and 7:30 p. in.  Sabbath School at 2:30 p. 111.  Adult  Bible Class sit close of even  ing service.  AV. G. Blake  Minister  Q  li  ���������  m  U  S������S__B���������-BH&a  ,vi HATFSE- n Pmn  IVa     8      Iff     %i     m        !-_l_.-^jBiVMI  CHURCH OP ENGLAND  Christ Church  April 0th (2nd Sunday after Easter)  J j Matins Litany  Sermon 11 a. ni.  E riekson School House 3 p. 111  Sunday School 3 p. ni  iSvensong Sermon 7:30 p. m  Preacher, The Veu Archdeacon  Beer.  Philip C. Hayman   (Vicar)  A Curiae,;'*,"' About Eclipses.  Tlie averase number of total and  partial ec-lY's-es in any one year is  four, tlio mnxi*T>um seven and the  minimum two.   Thp-r-a, is nothing real-  1,"  ne  .'ulinr   in   this   excent   the   fact  that where or.lv two occur they are  always lxith of the sun. There are  more" solar- than lunar eclipses,' but  il-.r. ?.v.T!. hpjns fo much larger than  the earth or ir*.oon, the shadow terminates at a point and is visible only  alone a narrow track, while the lunar  obscuration is frequently visible over  half a continent.  Literally  True.  Lawyer���������My retaining fee will be  $5,000.  Alleged Murderer���������Gee, it costs a  lot to live nowadays.  Forgetful.  Hostess���������Ob, professor, haven't you  brought your wife?  Professor���������There! I knew I'd forgotten something.  Evensong    afc Christ     Church will  om mence at 7:30 p. m., next Sunday  tnd continue at that hour until further notice.  The Fraaer Valley   Nurseries Com-  ...���������������������    1.4.m,r.    iroponfliT    ���������rki'.'KHrab0'*!  "*     book  n'itled, "Laudscape Gardening, and  Vhat to Plant", which contaius a lot  >f valuable information for   the fruit  rower aud rancher.     See ad oa bask  'age f orparticular.  T TREESt  AND  ORNAflENTALS ���������  ioldstream Estate Nufserie  VERNON, B. C.  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name.    We carry  all the  leading  varieties  most  X   suited to this district.    Our specialty is budded stock  ou three-year-old whole roots.  iliilflr01  OVER 66 YEARS'  Expcmcrtcc  Thaoc Mauko  Dtaior*-  COPYRIGHT- &.C.  ������������������n������ K4.������irt1nw n ulMlrh niirl ili.mTl'ii Imi may  ontck'lr iun***ifi4������m ������mr'���������iniiuui imnu -i ....  .n������������iitlnn m nrohntilf ������'*''������*fl'J:'1!''i���������,f ""���������'<"'���������'������������������������  :ioni*trictl*/7������������i������ii'-'i'iM. ll/lflonOO!'. " |''i';-iii������  "rit.iMtii luWrii   tlirouidl  ilui.ii  .1 l.'-j. rni ilvd  ypulol tuillce, wliliDiit ulmr^n. in tln>  Scktttific Emltx..  i.i-  i.l  l,y  A   li������iu1norii������'ly  lllnMnili-rl  viwi  .'..lnil.ru   -f   rtt.T    r  '- ������������������"���������'���������'    ���������'   '  iL"������i������il������. |a.lH, ������ ���������*������������������������'.'���������. 4"i-tlil'.i-  *��������������������������������������������������������������������������� I,  MllNN i hn 3o������_ro.d-v-v. t.PV'1 Vnrk  "rffiuih6mi>m. Oi V Ul... W-i'iiiiuuiiHi. i������. o.  idiot Brains.  An idiot's brain contains less phos  phorus than tbat of an average per  sor.  btrcr.sthcning  Glass.  The stroiiRth of jjlass is Rreatly in-  creased hv  boilimr in a salt water.  **#  J       For further particulars applyto our local Ageut  # j. Biinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C. %  *^ <^a  ������U_-**l-__-__a-a_--_-_--___-_---__-_--_-__--___-__----__--__---^  Y"ri^"'r----rr-iiin"riiMirinimiiiiW-fii  A P.irisiiin  Novelty.��������� In Europe it i.  iiHBd thu- your its a little EaHler ��������� Pros  eut. or   rnthor a  murk of   courtewy   ������i  friends and  rclalivco.    lis   vnluo iih <i  token lieH more in the  novel  idea thin  in tho prico of tho urtiole. It is nrrnuged  v������ ihai, it can be w nt, just like- a   pifii-  ard. for a cent, or two, to any plnoo   in  (/inula or tho United SfcutOB. Tho ond-  1'iiriiiu* idea about   it,  Ih  tho embod'lod  Luiniiioiirt CrohP,  whioh will Rhine all  night,lonp* (or iu my dark   room)  in u  Klorious, tuyHlio  Itlu'i   light,   aftor you  hud   il- i'.x|iomm1   lo dnyllgbt for a few  minntcH. Tho prico iw no low that any-  niin |q  lunlilnd   lo  bo ennvinced of  itu  roii 1    milnre.    Il   it   indeed uu    nrtiolo  which in-lmhl in  hii*h  OKteom  by any  ClirlHth.il family or fiei-Hon. Tho Hbiniug  ���������hl.:h hel'i.,..;,; *.., \ivv breed and  winch luiK been carefully fostered for  yearn.  When nho has -.'town up a little sho  i.s led forth one tine moi'iiiiiK at the  ��������� ���������ud oi il tdael; inpe un a ������������������real t,iulih>-  hiiiitin;.' expedii imi. The man who  leads  her  lias   no  more  exact  knowl-  ��������� ���������ili'i* as to where tlie trollies are iiotu-  ally hidden in tlie earth than a pur-  hlind owl.  Hut, l.a Truie ean seenl, one, mm line \ ,.,,0HH if) Ilimlrt of ��������� ,.'.���������������������������  w|dch in found  1:1 her in.-tiiiit, il  it, he hidden Hourly  two fill   under the  surfaee, '     only near .loiiisiilein  and   of which  al-  l>owii   (.'oe.,   Imi    lie,el   with   it.-.   |,crl||.   ' ,       ,       14ll , , ...  uuiy  Inn;?,  well-hcd   .111,11!, ainl she is    >*cntly the Ml bin H|io'i1vH uh tho ljiinunouH  i-ooi.in;'   iii,   tne   liiuwn   eail.h   with   all  the    e||e|'J.',V    idle    |in."   i-.;'es.  An join iieen f,iihI, i ii i-. iii 111n��������� i e-  m-    prieeH are :    lo oenm ono.li, \l lor *YioeiiiH.  lallible.   \ iln/.i'ii j in-Ill ., i,|- mure down  t Iii-   i-i-   liml-  tin-  Irnllle  -he  ha-,   no i.    o  I'm* HO ooiitrt  utid   12  for  41   100    A.  ��������� d.   Forth shonl,-, her snoiil., her mouth  i  Stone   in    pioluiint*   Salomo'H tomplH  j ll.   i,   ' r|,,   III I I,  .    I       . ,   I   .   ,  ei  l'l V e     ll,;-.  I ,111  | ll v|.   Ir-  i -ii,  V���������ll,r���������..    W'������'������ Vii mil' Stt.'ent  Tnrmitn I I,.I  I  ,* 4     < ���������* ��������� *     V ���������     I k  5,000 Facts of Canada  The   public will   welcome   the 1913  iMitiou of 4,5000 Facts About Canado,"  tnnipiled by Frank Yeigh, the uokuow- J  'ledged authority ou thiugs Canadian aud  he author of  ''Through the Heart of  anda." Tou thousand copies  are now  * ild annntilly, whioh find  thoir v>ay all  .vor Canada and the  Empire,   indeed  he world.  ���������'The Fnota booklet is stuffed as full  if iufoiination .ir a Fausngo in of moat,'  i-i tho happy nnd true way an Engliidi  iournal puts it, aud thu new iusne,  whioh inoludoH mnny now feuluren aiid  .inprovojiontP, such as a colored map of  he Dominion, piosentH a Htrlliing Htory  ������f tho wonderful advance of Ouiiuda iu  a single yonr. The hooklot is ifiBiiod at  *i5 oonts a copy, by the Oauadian FaotH  L-'iib. Co,, f������88 Huron Street, 11o.ionto,  mil if. sold by  ua tho loading  uowh-  'itttiiiilu.  --LA1MKS, I'ull al, our ���������������������������lui-e, and  look ovor our supply of Mo.CuIIh pat-  teniH just recU'vud.    S. A. Hpeoi-H.  tock Contains  A FULL LINE  OF  o  B*s  111 ^^  i s  H    __/  J^Q^.   Lk    . m^m*tmmm\mmi  Dr. de VarT_ Female Pills t  A rollftblo Frnncli refrulatur; novor fnlls. Thoso ������*'  nillH nro exccciUi.iilv ;.uweilul la nciildUun tlio |  a  I'finorntlVOi purl Inn nl tlui Iniiiiiln iiVHloin,    Hiilliao M  nil cli<*:u> Imllntlnnw.   ������������i*. ��������������������������� Van'u iirn unlit nt .y!  .':,..\,.,ti. i.l !!iiu; l-���������t *V\    M',r.ih-I fi miv !vl'*n.--. *���������������  I'll. Moobell Jiiujf <"<������., III. C.aim.rluot', Out. V'l  -We Hnvo openctl upa shipnient of  pickled l������ork, which wool'fcr ut,'20 cents ^"  wi.-.,,l   M    A. 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