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 of the CRESTON  ti ..,;.. ;**.: Y' -'.   "   ���������'; - ������������������'>'.������������������     "-  "district ??-'  wmiiililiin'i     mi ii uii  *_?s������-S-s  1  'a MO/**'  ���������m~***-**~mr   I'  SINt TO ANT-*  ADDRESS FODl  SEiOS it . ffiAt  -I       i    mijii if "^ i ,  ���������l?9������: :25,?5tIi.,������BAR.  CRESTON, B.C, ^RIBAY/ MAR. 28, 1913,  Over 3000 Lives Estimated  To  Lost In Most Terrible Storms  History of West  rS>  What is thought to be one of the most terrible storms in  the history of the middle ^.est occured on Sunday and prevailed throughout the week. Over 3000 people lost their  as the resti! ������ of tornados and noods. The Tornado, which  passed over several of the middle west states killed. about  300 and seriously injured about 600. After the tornado, heavy rains,causiug the rivers to risesresulted in great loss of life.  Ohio, Indiana and parts of Illinois and Missouri suffered  most severely, Terre Haute, Ind., and I*afayette aiid Delaware, Dayton, Columbus and Youngstown, Ohio,, present  particularly pitiable spectacles. In all of the reports available, and in each city the property loss was heavy.  Is Delaware, Ohio, ig persons are known to have lost  their lives, and thirty to forty others are missing. Terrc  Haute, swept by a disastrous ^on_ado last Sunday, was partly  inundated,-Monday v ?  Reports concerning the appalling nature of the floods in  Ohio and Indiana, which in most instances it ^as impossible  i������Sj|^|k^ *  serious, ������������>i���������j������se#epg^ Ay  "re deep with slime or rough with ftoz**  en clods. . YY  Many times I slip and other I fall b'd-  cause I am not sharp shod. tiy  Again and again I am left to shiver dis-  the street after my day's work is dona  being obliged to wait until my driver ia  ready to start me to the barn. Do yon  wonder that I long for the blue grass region of Kentucky where the meadow-  lark's a-singing up against the sky so  bine? j  But I'm not going bask there. I'lsi  going to stay right here and work right  ahead and help all I ess to make your;  home life comfortable. ??  Don't you want to be % better frienit  to me?  We have scores of just each worthy  horses in onr town eves if they hare  not rushed into print with their  griev-  RmWV/P(  J.E.  Beadly of Oranbrook was  Creston caller this week.  ���������FOR SALE��������� White  Eggs- First prize pen* Nelsos is!?.  ������1=50 per setting of 15 eggs. All Ijsfer  tile eggs replaced.-BryceCartwrightv:  Creston B.C.  Hugh Taylor   returned to Creston  ���������Thursday* from a trip to Gull Lake.  W.C. Forrester, left on Wednesday  for Nelson.  tm ������r*/-������S'"' ������������������s������4A������i5 ���������_;?:.  ^,T������\m-* ^S-i���������* "f.-.-^-p'^'m^" ���������  .^tfSJ%~m&***'. -S.  r.cr.r^.8r.'Wa!mer, went Ibo''Nelson, Wed-a-**-}  i-_iSu-:- -seea': lost  at  '���������--V  An -nconfii^aed.^^prt,^^::���������5g!9f^li���������*f���������5^ll���������  Dayton, and s^'^:^^^':'tiiv"''''^'ti'^':'{'.'.  Relief movement _.!! over the country assums active and  liberal proportions, and the telegraphv^scry-c^in ?the stricken  districts is partially restored? A������ impossibility tiei an accur-  ate estimate ?of the dead sHll exists.  cay.-" - -  ,W. W. Burnham, went to Nelson  Wednesday.    N  KNOWN MAN FOUND  DEAD NEAR PORT HILL  Identifications of Unknown Man At  Port Hill Seenaslnj-  possible  \._-: __���������  ��������� ���������        i ���������    ��������� ,���������*���������>���������'.' ���������������     :       '  The body of an unknown man, evidently a lumberjack,  (was found by a section foreman along the track between Port  | Hill, Idaho and Copeland, which had apparently been dead  several days. Identification was impossible. Search disclosed a hat and an open razor, badly rusted, on the hill  among the trees about 150 feet from the body. The man  |was about five feet four inches, with g?ay hair and wore a  lark suit of clothes, rubbers and white socks. Blood stains  !on the clothes and other articles indicate that he cut his  throat.   . * . ��������� N  fif^mmmmmmjimn������*m  Born on Tuesday ta Sir. and Mrs*  H. Weber, a daughter  DUCK CREEK NEWS  ass  tOSSSflS  [.Trout Fishing Season  Clos^Till April 5 th  jwmti-i*���������* m,,m tmmmm m*mM  Trout nulling scouod (11 tl*e interior  jf British Columbia, excopt for tho  ���������oily VftwU'ii Trout,, does 'not open  ���������if;) year until April fl, according to n  kspatoli involved from Ottawa, Mon-  ������������������y n'-jht.  [People have iusini urider the Impress-  jo, glvon by n letter from tlio flsho**-  liii*i*i*j"cloi' fov W.O., Mm*- l.lt(i''ir*a,'oii  wvii on Aliirr-ii 1(1     <4   ������������������.'������������������ ���������"���������������������������������;���������   (.{...  jl**t-ln-cminoH to which Um iiiHp*������*(or  srred opened   tHe 'season on  (.lit*  const Maroh 10, but provided April 6,  iui the 'dat'* for tho fntdiiui*.  Wanted-A Better Friend  Who will an#wer thin want nd which  appeared lit au Alborta p������poi 7  I am a horse that shiver* In AHn ������������rcot.  I bring the groceries to your door  throughout tho yc&i*.  In   the hottest days  of   wumnior 1  lu * ���������-���������- -io (i**Ht diiys it win tor I iirfn*-;  > ov. wu'uumu ooal.  Olten X have to pull thru rooditha-  Forty years in use, 20 years the standard, prescribed and recommended by  physicians. For Womans ailments, Or.  Martel's Pills, at your druggist.  Fix up. The most humble cottage  in our village can be made neat and  attractive. A. coisEOa board fence,  without plane or pain c. can be made  Beat. Don-tie np your gate with a  - - -   . \ z .     _   ' -���������  fence post. You can get a fastner ;for  ten cents or make one yourself in thirty minutes without a cent of cost. It  takes-no money to- barn up the old  i^ibbis-, fix up broken fences and  make your home look homelike. The  busy and industrious'find time to fix  up their fences, bUt often the men  i7ho make iittie or no garden and let  the yard resemble a last year's bird's  nest, are those who have the most  leisure time on their hands.  ���������For Sale���������Sewing machine, utmost  now. Baymond make. A baxgain for  cash.   Enquire at this office.  Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Oarpente  =Appl������ ixeea for ttale, ���������Ffesfe dsss  3 yr roots 2 yr -Ody.henoo grown.  3 to 4 ft $10.00 per 100 4 to 6 ft  $14.00 per 100. ^frito for cataloguo  Grand Fork-* Fruit &  box 825 Grand Forks, B. O.  SlNGlmH Copim $&  ���������l.lilMl>'H t *l*mm������ '     '-;-  1 IJIfrgPllIll  - Have yonr pietns* toiwa' Vfixiio ih  Oreston. gt&dio behind tHfl b������_fe.  All loos! cewe itejsf aaiigl he hsadea  iii this ottiao not late? ths** T__^-SS^*  af iemoou of each W-fc  ���������W������ pay &������ freight, sasfif y/to tab  net sstisSed with th* v������h-������ reoeired  fttaa as, we will ear the ftsight .tsc*  and refund fall ������a_ouot of yoa_ psJf*  Om'CmS'm-f  ���������Firs class dressmaking Mra. B, S.  Embree, Victoria Avenue, three doors  past the -fethosist Ohorch.  Set*. P. G. Hayman left on Tuesday  for Kelsoa where he f-xpsoie to Attend  the Synod of the Diocese of the Kootenay which ia being held there this week.  ���������FoiyourSpringrpalntinguseSapco  pure paint. For sale in all colors at  Speers.  B.LT. Galbraith, Indianatfont^o*_  Fort Steel, was? a Crestoa v-������to $hls  week. 'He report that the oosditiO-9 ai  the'mission Are in very goodconditio-at  the present tiate and expects, that every  thing will go on peaceably in tbe-faturd.  He aleostaied that the matterof enlarg*  attonsae difitoeat places j  s2ur.   - '  SlUgm&mVSiiSmv  O. O. jftodgess returned Sunday from  a trip to Nelson.  : ,Q. Sf. Gunn? f-hnsrly l!_sri*icl-I  constable of Crestos.now off *!&oat -sk^  was������G-^stO- cAlier a couple of days  this week.;'H������ Ieftlprestoo on Tuesday  for Ott-w?, O-fcurio, whsz- he expeete  *o trs-ssot ec-jeJegftl ^csiaese.  ���������       -   '   :-'-    ���������=    '���������'(  ti  ���������'      Z '���������   '���������'��������� '  Svru-oa Baatesr Sunday, ������Earoh2S; to  "Ms. and Mrs. Jas. S. Sen**r a s������s.  r-Buy Oayfoots shoes from Spee  r  get the best every pair guaranteed  The^ C J������.S. station and fences are be*  ing* rencvited with s coat of paint, this  week.      ,--���������-..  spesdioff *  ���������Latest; styles ist," ;p_otos.  next to Garage.  Studio  ^5lw������har^ of _-s gl__S--S a_4 ii wiii  prob������b?y be -boas ������ year aad a half y-t  before they will be able to reach as far  as dresio-.  Leonard Mawson retutned Wednesday from the prairies, where he has  been spending a few days.  ���������Very best of Saur Kraut ^at tbe  CashStore.  . Paul Ofner and Mrs. M.Hagen w������?ro  visitors to Creston Saturday.' ��������� ���������  W.J. Cooper was in Creston Sunday*  Monrad Wigen has been keeping the  Postmaster busy foi* the last day or  fcwo. He haa been distributing about  8000 catalogues, advertising his strawberry plants.  E. Butterfleld and Monrad Wigen.  were in Oreston Monday on business.  Mrs. E. Sparkes was a Oreston caller  Wednesday. *'  Miss Phoebo and Master Edward  Butterfleld wero the guest of Mr and  Mrs. W. A. Pease, of Alice Siding,  from Sunday to Tuesday.  Thoro waa no meeting of the Cooper,  fruit growers of Wynndel on Sunday,  owing to the inclemency of the weath.  or.  Jllua Aliue Carr was the guests of  Miss Annie Hagen tho latter part of  tho week, "  Don't foi'g������fc the Social Club danoo on  Saturday, A apodal program lias boen  arranged flon***** and recitations by  i'Kij!i.il'oiy of the club and a comic cUa-  loguo entitled "a pain in tlio side" by  Miss Anna Hagon,M(ss Alton Oarr and  T. Butt-rflcd. Tho Rofivshmente will  Im provided by thu IwicheloiM who  must giiaiautuo tbat they made and  cooked the mlifl������ they bilua mitu-eiy  unaided by fomnlehelp. Th������ lmlien will  }i:$iH) tlio muni-* and a prko will bo  rrlvon to tho man who lias the bost  ....iu- uud cooktd article. Mr. Paul  iiiigen Is floor munagor.  It is n sure sign tbat spring* is at  hand, ovcryljody is laid up with heavy  colds,  W. A.McBean made a business trip  t Nelson Wednesday.  ��������� For Sale��������� Dry wood, 18 and 18  nch at $3)50 per cord of two ricks  delivered. leave orders at the Cash  Store.  ~*.ecr4 JSm, 8Jr  Miss-C^S-J-Wiipen-i her Haster holidays with friends &i B_-*he_sr.  ���������&������. h. SL:^Issls vf Ouiyoa  trookia of Canyon  City I was a Crestott callor Taasday.  was a Creston caller Tuesday.  Mrs. A. Mutton of Wynndel was a  Oreston caller Tuesday. i  O. J. Wigen of Wynndol wa������ a Creston caller Tuesday.  The C. P. R. has a traip at work on  this line, which is widening the dumps  all along the line.  ���������We Have opened upaj'shipmont of  pickled Pork, which weoffor at20 cents  a pound. S, A. Spoors.  Gjuy Lowenberg loft on Wednesday  Nelson.  ���������Send for our prices on furniture, we  pay the freight.   OO.S,  Will Rose }jodgo. No 80 moot every  Monday night.  A  requoated.  full attendance is  J.J. Gradr, who has been spending a  tow months at Ogdeu, Alborta, returnod  to Creston Wednesday. He says that it  mHmiH quite good to get to Creston again  wh������ir������*thMnH������*i-t5 li *,i*.ui, hh at Aiberta  there is mueh snow, and they are bay-  iug tho be<jt, sleighing of the season thero  at thin tlmo.  ��������� I havo just received a ciii'liuul of  democrats buggies which a*v .ill  guaranteed, call and see them. H. H.  MeCroath,  The fellow that's on tbe water wagon  onght to be comforted by the thought  that water will soon be changed to the  ice wagon, one of tho most comfortable  spots ia tlie summer time.  If men a-*to the ssli* of' ihe earth  women are undoubtedly tbe sugar. Salt  is uesesBary-^sttgar is a luxury* Vfolous  men are salt-peter; stern men are rook  salt; nice men are table salt. Old maids  are brown sugar; good uatarod matrons  aro loaf sugar, and pretty girls are pnl  verltsod sugar. Please pass the pulverised  sugar.  Mr. and Mrs. Guy Browoll of Canyon  City spent a few days in Owietoh thifl  week, the guests of Mrs.Browell. pair-  ents, Mr. and Mrs.T. H. Rickey.  ���������We cawy a full Hue of shoos Including Chippewa logging shoes.-The cash  store.  I������r-tt*������rutbtully said that rain or shine,  oold or hot, hard times or good times,  money or no money measles ar no  measles, the printer, the preacher, aud  tbedootor are always expected ta nii.iv*.  thoir visits on time.  ���������y?e can supply you with McKefi*  zeis selected se*^ds at Calgary prices  S. A. Spews.  ':    titi'''.-,     , -.-       ' ���������;. 5f. ' . ';;'~ -    ���������  Vf. Morris of Sirdar was a Creston  caller Tuesday. :  -   , f!���������,*>���������-.   ���������..  '���������'���������'���������   ��������� '.' ' :  Miss Bertr-nd* Knot, who ie te&chititt  at Yahk, is spendiog the bolid lys with  her ���������pa-rents at Ci_you OiiJ*s  Mtss Daisy -_hjge_*initb, who li  teaching at Sirdar is snendiss i_s hell-  days at her home near Briekson.  o.o. s., SIGNAGES oranbroob:  COOPBRATIVE STORES.  A.C. Kinnoy of Golden, is registered  *t tbe King Georgo this week.  F. W.Moeraeh of Nelson was In Creston a couple of days this week.  ���������������wmifc4-.fc-t������������  -For Sale-  have vonni*- *  Two   snws will coon  mri.���������.������..������������������������������������  ... .. ...m*.*..  -For Sale- Good work hor*_ weight  1400. nnd gtK>_ il^UKicmt and half a  hoavy set of harness. Hnquire at this  offloeu  M. A. Klinesmith, of Spokane Is In  tho valey.  Mrs. D.   Robinson of   lathbrldgo  Alta., Is a Oreston visitor this week  Mis.*) A. M. Flyuu of Nelson   arrived  in Creston Tb^ywday*  Miss Al. G. Chaney of Nelson Is In  Oreston this week.  -1fT,1��������� ...,    '��������� *,**r������*i--rptv -:m  Sam Ri .oka of Corn Creek ts r^Is-  tei-d at the King George Hotel thia  weisk.  U. Bedford of Calgary waa m 0****  ton caller this week. f*TTT7  CBESTON  REVIEW.    ORESTON,    B. C.  -INFLUENZA  CATARRHAL   FEVER  PINK   EYE  EPIZOOTIC  DISTEMPER  CHRONIC   COUGHS .     ,  'Boi>ldot^'*PI'sL-i*Ti"pi;-v*.''Ca'ft5JOs, dureYarid Pro vent Ion.'^ FREE.  All ditiKSii-is, '."ttiirni'ss dealers'.    Distributors���������ALL WHOLE-  SALE  DUUG'OISTS. __   '���������'-,        :.. *��������� . ,' ���������'.���������.',  "? SROHN  MEbl'CAL'.-jCO.,, Goshen, lnc|iana;?U.S?A.  "���������'."      "ti        (C    ���������  ti:      ������������������-. .������������������-.'���������  ',.:... .*"...'..&...,   , ....������������������,   ;.:.������������������'.. ��������� '���������������������������"��������� ���������'���������- ���������  He Knew * i EX-SULTAN S OPINION OF WOMEN  Tormniy, said his mtfther, what would 1    you  like to give your  couain  Willie J Turkish   Woman   His   Ideal   of  What  for his birthday.  T; know what I'd like to give him,  answered Tommy, who had been bullied by the other boy, but I ain't- big  enough.; Y  ���������if       ���������   ���������-'���������"  'Minard'sLinimentfbr sale everywhere.  . ������_������__a_aMiM-B_fijM^   .........   - Jf  WHO  WOULD  MAKE  WASH-DAY EASIER, CAN DO SO BY  USING.  .,'"'��������� Pegraded  You are very? low, observed the weather man.  Yes,  replied  the  official  thermome-  I ter,  regretfully,  I  fear  1 have  taken  a drop, too -mach. ' ������  Eddy's Indurated Tubs allow; the water to retain ?heat longer  and never ruot. Being ���������ade in one seamless piece cannot splinter  and so lli3 danger of snagged fingers and torn clothes is elim.inatAfl..  Used   in   conjunction   with.      .-;���������-   ��������� :  '"3      9      (���������������������  Washday   Loses ' Half' Its  Terrors  iti _E_SS_-_������_-_--__������S-_������a ^^E^^^^^S*"^^S-_--_S--S  ������������������*"--|-*- Hard Work  So you ha\o _ ciiy job, have you?  Yes.    '   ������������������������������������-"''���������   -  Don't have tp do any worlc, 1 suppose?  1 don't, eh? I have to set my pay.  warrant every: month and ^isa it and  get it eas_������4-    .       Y ; ?'  _-T8_****.      -^K^--_  . JRIJi *m*. (���������*  reiGS  95  Why., he was Glad*    - j  'The man with the long beai'4. stood;  pensively . at the ���������curbing g&'z'-g at;  tli'e-passing: traffic in the street. |  I bail with dci'igh: the ad\k-nt oi' tht-;  a uro mobile,  he  muttered    aloud,    for ;  no   longer   need   I   fe.ir   cros-'-'ing   tlxe;  "������������������s-ri-b-t 'fest some hu_sry    Lor.se    _-_������������������;  takes me for a. walking bale ot hay.     j  Arc  Example-  Wealth doo-.n't alwayss bring happi-j  youngster   with  Writes Mr, Tsj/Sor i n Telling-- Kis  Erpsrisnoe With Dr. Chase's  eSntmeni-  ness.   remark*: ..   the  the  large spectacles.  at ma cousin yonder. He';  cojh.s, ami, he, can't decide  'lollipops   and   chewing  gum.  ���������d.   Look  got  two  between  rf^--_-fev  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Dandruff.  ���������' The pie'tru&t would retire from  field  vanquished -irn'iil"binding   up  "wounds ' to   its   poekethq^lv-were .-  .women*- to-, fight ������������������'-it with"'"the 'kind  pies that mother used,.to juKfckfc.  tn*  rh.  Ot  I -r . ^ _  j  I Young man (whispering to jpwelk'*.*) I  i���������That engagement ring I bought of.  I you  yesterday��������� j  Jeweller.���������What's the mutter With it. j  ��������� <E>id n't' it fit       " ��������� |  ��������� ..Young mail (cautiously"���������Shi U did;  '��������� t\&: have a chance. Gimme studs'  ;v������>r it..    :    ���������.���������-������������������    ���������"   ��������� " |  ...���������'   -'.na*f**a   w-no-- wouid'-'"  "' Listen to tins, witjey, said..Mr:* Hubby, loskKigT-���������iip'-fro-ni'his .newspaper.  For every missionary sen: abroad last  year, America sent 1,469 gallons of  li'juor. ...    ,_i;    -.- .-. ���������" ���������  ������������������-Jl-erei-ril 'goodness! exclaimed  wifey, who'd ever think -_u85i!>_ai*ies  were such drinkers?  :������������*n,r*)rr * r������,*nt   vi/vifr.  jva    tiiiaawii xjxmmk    _   VA������  THOSE WHO SUFFER  MRS. E.  THEM   TO  DOOO S  TALBOT       TELLSj  FIND     A     CURE  KIDNEY    PILLS  IN  Of Course  Oh, papa, Psclainieci the young :  i'Aux pretty jj'aut I had rciyiiig. on  piano is .dead. -        ������������������  ���������  "-" Well, I  don't  wonder,  was   a_  lath-er said.      ���������--���������������������������������������������  She Had Rheumatism. Lumbago, and j  Neuralgia and Fou<ici th* Remedy I  She VVas Lcokin"- *'"** s*"i Dodd's KsriY  ney PiiSs. - : j  jw.r.   .aa.  c'ie  .,.- TJie man*  -who    lives"  beyond    his  means    pays for it, if not in- ea-shr-  xayjot.  Because      Dr.     Chase's      Ointment  . brings  almost  immediate relief from  "Special 1.���������"I know j the  dreadful   itching,   burning,  stsng-  ������ people who- suSer! ing sensations of piles, it .is -well worth  - suffering  Hamilton. Out.  there are ..a lot of. p^opl  and do not know what will cure them  Daud's Kidney Pilis'-srUl.'  A girl who knows she Is pretty likes  to  have her suspicions  corroborated  E. J.  These are the words of Mrs  Talbot "Who resides "at 293  street  north, this city.    .   And    Mrs  ���������Talbot speaks out of her own experience. . . '  ���������    "Last July 1  was  very sick," Mrs.  T.a'bot continue?.     "'Mv heart both.er-  ed  me.  my  limbs  -���������  :re. heavy,  and  I  had a dragging sensation  across the  loins.       Rheumatism,    lumbago -and  neuralgia added to my sufferings, and  the attention    of    everyone  from this annoying disease.  In most cases, even after years of  ������'������������������;���������<,... ��������� rtanding. Dr. Chase's Ointment makes  u <?"'ns-on j a thorough and  lasting cure  of ltch-  ' ing.   bleeding and protruding  piles.  j     Mr. Maxwell Taylor, Charlottetown,  P.E.I., writes: "To all sufferers from  1 piles in any form I would recommend  1 Dr. Chase's.Ointment as.the only cure.  (Over a year ago while In Bost'oii I  ' became afflicted with a dreadful itch-  ii-oe*. I went to-a doctor, who gave  I me  some   ointment,   which   mado   me  no hetter.     A friend  advised  the use  ���������H���������n  _    _      .*-**���������������       tf\.m'. .-*,.,.  mothers because  thsy do  not affect the rest  of   the  _-eyStlcm.'.--Mild but sure. 25c.  a. box. at. your druggist's.  NATIONAL ORUe  AND CHEMICAL  CO. Of CAMACA, LIMITED.  ��������� the uuctor I called in did not help me j ^ ^"chase's "bintxaent. "and by the  much. .      . 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"Dr" Chase's ���������-Ointment can better  prove its value by the relief itaffords  than by all the words we could use  .n its praise.; ������������������ .60" cents a box, all  -j-iIot-c    or   ���������idmanran.   Bates  &  Co..  the Fair Sex Should  be Like  Berlin, Germany,���������Fur.her interesting liion-irs ot Aodul juaimd, tu������i pn������-  Qhnv ex-sultan of 'liiruo, are pub.isn-  ed in vhe March number'of Noid uad  Sud. By tne courtesy oi r*ioies������>or  Luawig bt-iu. the editor, 1 am aolo  to give tne following extracts:  'i^ie memoirs deal priucipiilly with  religious and moial questioi.a. Abdul  Hamid was m the hauiL every da> dm-  mg his long i-eij-'ii ot dictat.ng tor  bouie thirty iuinu'.t*s his piiiate  thoughts to Aii ii-hoi Bc-y, and th.*  present publication is taken from tin.-,  work. rlhe memoTs have bi.en. transited from the original into Gcimaii  bv llerr llauiz Bothmer. the Turkis.ii  consul in Berlin. . SpcalUng ol the  status of women, the e.s-SulLin bays  l<3\ery man who has sense will deplore with me that women are given  100 niuch* t'reedo-i, that they i-'ult; the  ���������-alons, and are seen to wuik about the  streets, while mjen arc slowly drifting,  to be. Uo.r servants. I understand  this is the caso in America. Why do  Europeans criticise' our women'.' Arc  Tnvkis-h women not pretlier and inore  moral   thau  others.  In our co'-Hi.ry Hie woman liclougs  to the 1. uselufkl. and belongs to one  man alone. in th.tropo sho has much  too much Iree-doiu to remain a woman  'at. all. If only half I lmVe. read in  books and newspapers about, womanhood in-tho weai ls.truo--���������w;U 1 pity  - the western men! .   ^  j The former sultan appears io have  iKU'H -i\-orahh> to some reforms bein^  i miroduved "* Turkey, but ti.ese vc*  i fni-iiis. he says, must not be rushed on  us. We want, to go ahead, but haste  is devilish, while leisure and atter-  thov.ght are divine. ..He does not approve of young Turks going abroad  for any length of time, he fears nothing as much as the poison of European civilization. Beware pf ideas  that come from Ihe west! They are  most dangerous for our country.  When I  see how  happy  our Moslems  T      0 .      1-   '.."-������ ������,r..t-      fx.^.wVor.     .������fi-l.      Oil      TTIV  KIC,   I   it.-i.rl   x   .UMot   -JFI'-''t.    " *-������������   *���������**������   --*.'  power the coming, of the European  new spirit. This spirit poisons our  souls and our character. Islam is  not unfavorable to progress, but any  progress must come from within, not  from without.  Dealing with the present conditions  of Islam, Abdul Hamid states: Th.?  koran preaches virtue more effectively  than any other religious work, Therefore Islam will in time be victorious iu the whole world. Om* troiiol?  comes from the fact that our empire  does not constitute a religious unity.  We have too many C iris::,;;m- in our  land. Only evil can bo expected  from the fact that/ more than one religion reigns in one count y. Look  what happens in Germaay!  The salvation of Turkey can only  be in deeio religious belief. There  lies our future. England, France,  Russia are in my hands. One word  from my lips will suffice to open a  holy War (Tschibad). Then. Christ-  Ian nations will see their doom. That  time has not come yet. but it is bound  *������������������ 4>r>-iYi9 w^io_ niilli-ons of brave Mos-  elins will shake off the yoke of the  Giaour���������85,000,000 living in British colonies. 30,000,000 in Dutch colonies,  etc. Two hundred and fifty millions  pray every day for Allah and the Khalifa*. Can one really think that the  Moslem is a weak instrument in the  concert of nations?  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Why,  Margaret,    keep    your    eyes  closed  oC course.  i  babyTgooThealth  -i ��������������������������� I '-**  ���������   ll. *  Tho   good  health of, baby  depends  entirely u'p'dri whether his s-'omach and  bowels are kept right or not.      i_eep  tHie bowels working regularly and tho  ; little stomach swe-et and baby will be  j well and happy.,.      To ��������� do    this    use  ,,Baby's Owri Tablets���������t.hcy arc a gentle  laxative a������d have nd    eqilal.      Mrs.  Ohas.   Lapierre,    T^es    Boules,    .Qu.Q.,  says:  "I Ii.iva found Baby's Own' Tab-  lots vory good for my. baby and thoy  kept him in good health."     Tho Tablets are sold by medicine-dealers'or  bv mail at  2'n cents a box from Tho  Dr.   Williams' Modlclno    Co.;    Brock-  villo, Out. .   .,  Dead Give Away  Diana���������I've had a lovely walk, pa.  Father���������Did you go by yourself?  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On tin' following morning "ie king  ! led hl>: Knout oul upon 'the plain*-,  1 wlii-ri- Ills iirinv wji^; iliiiAvn mi in li,n-  He inr.iy. and pointing' iirondly (o the  \all:iit* ''oliliets. lie .-aUI: -There vou  le-.tioiil   Mie   wall.;   nl   Mparla I'Very  man   ;i   drlelc.  A Jolly  Good Day  Follows  A Good Breakfast  Try a dish ot  Post  Toasties  inninrrnw  morn Ing.  The.se p-weel, thin bits made from  Indian Corn are cooked, toasted and  senled In tlghr pnekiigos wltlionr  ih" tench nf bunmn hand.  ,, TJi'iV reach yon  fre-.li and crisp  ���������reafly'trt'iiat from the package ny  ; uddiuir <ncpu<i> or milk and a Hprihk-  llng of sugar, If .doBlred.  Toi'istfoH nre a jolly  Rood  (IIkIi-���������  i ��������� ' ' '  Noui-Hhinff  opinion, is far greater there than anywhere else. He bitterly criticises  the young effendis, who censure everything that is done in Turkey. These  unfair pessimists are our worst enemies he says. Thanks to my secret  police, I know exactly where they are  tobe found. Than.t Allah our good  people keen far from these eternal  sowers of ,discontent. ��������� A real Moslem is always an optimist. The ex-  sultan expresses his opinion on slavery as follows:  I have just received a petition from  the cnti-slayery congres-8 asking me to  suppress slavery in Turkey. I am  surprised to see how little Europe  knows about our customs and habits.  How can the patriarchal relationship  existing hero between masters and  servant**, be called slavery?  The Koran compels us to trent our  servants well, and onr laws adequately  prelect lhe latter against any abuse  of power at the hands of their masters. Thore i-s no slavery ln my empire. A dehrti'j-2- (maid servant) in  Turkey Is happier tlinn a maid In Europe. Whv curse the slave merchants? They on,ly������ secure servants  for a certain time.  Many ah abandoned child, dying of  hunger ln lhe street, has found Its salvation nt the hnnrlH of these so-cnll'-d  pilave-morclianta. Many ���������rlrlr. have  found good popltlons In families by  this proceps. nnd some even have boon  married by pan-haH.  STATE HORSES FOR SALE  Used and recommended by $h&, leadsssg  engine builders all over the _oimi_yY  Keeps its body at high temperatures.  Equally good for external bearings.  GRANITE  Harvester Oil  A heavy, short-cut oil for farm machinery.    Insures the least possible friction  and wear. Moisture and changes of tern- '  perature do not affect it.   ���������  El Dorado Castor Machine Oil ' Mica Axle Crease  Capitol Cylinder Oil Silver Star Engine Kerosene  Thresher Hard Oil Imperial Motor Gasoline,  ;. Stock carried at 300.tank and warehouse  stations in Western Canada. For addresses,  price list*, etc., write^any agency.  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited  _3lfc  Main Officm:  WINNIPEG  Relink, Moose Jaw, Saskatoon, Cdgarr,  E-_sa!es, LstU-risIgc, VascvHrer  Thon He Went Home  young   man  sat  and   siit  and  The  talked and talked  About 1.1.30 ho sang:-Love, I'm Going Away.  Tlio young lady showed Interent for  the llrst tlmo since 8.30.  .When do you -start.? alio Inquired.  ���������l'l,.-    tii'iliirltv    nf    iimhrclln  up'- borrowi rn In illHgulHc.  I lilr-vi'H  W.   N.   U.   043  livery man known what lie will do In  nn  -meruciiey-   niitil the time comes.  ri-'.J ���������  . f .���������-..   cuiai^iui;  Motorcarfl Substituted  by New President of France  Pnrln.���������ProBlilont    Polnciire      has  uunlernlv.ed 'he titalilo-i or tl  ��������� Elyinn.-.  Ho hns como to the conclusion that  Ul Iheso days of mntorciii'H there Ih  no weiisu In Hpendlng tho laxpayors'  money on the upkeep of horses, old-  riifihlonrd carrlnges and expensive  coachmen. ,  lie hu������ given orders for the sale or  nil the horses, except four In the stable-' of the Elysee: hns dlstnlsHed the  bond ennelimii.il TriiMile. -who mi i*iilii  ocoiisloiiH, drove the pri'Hidenl.liil carriage with o\\^;}'Vwn, and then other  coanhnien und Hlablo hiindo.  The four hewn which are lo bo  kept, will very rnroly he used by M.  Polnonre himftolf. They nre for hin  wiro'-H pleaiuire principally. It Ih not  iinpotihllile' tlirtt. Mme. Po In care may  ride Inn the Boils ns an encouragement  io Purls society jiot to let riding drop  out of farthlon.  His Example  Teacher���������Hobby, givo mo an example of tho word dumper.  nobby (after a moiiumt'u thought)���������  Paw says maw Is too damper, tlcular  about hta fecit being Wiped.  Partnership, Ended  A West Virginia darky, a. blacksmith  recently muiou-cecl ii change in hlu  hualnesB n������-CoIIovv'h:���������NoUco: Do co  pardnerahlp ireretol'ore toalBtlng he-  tween. me and Mose SWnner Is hereby roeolvod. Dem whnt owq de firm  will eettle wld' me, and dom what do  llrm owes wlHsntiMe wld Mobo.  *)  Hi  Sour Plcklen ^  Mr. PlckloH���������I want u girl to fall ia  love with mo nt, unit oiirht..  . ,  Mr.  Ciitt.lng-*yeii, for 1C eho took  the Hocond look who would not.  WIlllH-  Kiiu  1  -So  heard  AlmoBt  your     wife  the  recovered.  doctors   made   u  ureal flftht tor her llfo. "<   Glllis���������Thoy   did,  anil   thoy  almost  ������ot It too. ' ,;'','������'���������'������������������'��������� '  It Is eaBler to bo foollBh than dlenl-  fled, and Hometlnici It pays Juot aa  woll.  Thore may he othor corn curen, but  Ilolloway'n Corn Cure stands at the  head of tho list so far aa results nro  concerned.  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Saloniki.���������King George of Greece  was as&assinateu white walking in  the streecB of Saloniki. The assassin was a Greek of low mentality, wa>  gave Wb name as Aleko Schinas.  He shoe the king through the neart.  The king was accompanied only by  an aide, Lieut.-Col. Francoudls. The  ;, assassin caineBUflffeniy, at hira and  ���������-'.. tired due: shot frotn a seven cnainoei*  revolver. The tragedy caused intense excitement. Schinas' was seized immediately and overpowered. The  wounded king was lifted into a carriage and taken to Papafion Hospital. - Me was still -breathing, but  died 'within half an hour.,  Prince Nicholas, the king's third  son, and other officers hurried to the  hospital. Arriving first, Prince  Nicholas summoned tho officers auu  speaking in a voice choked with sobs  said:  It is? my deep grief to have to announce to you tho death of our beloved king, and invite you to swear  fidelity to your new. sovereign, King  Constantine.  Crown Prince Constantine, who succeeds King George, is at present at  Janina. He is expected to come  here with all possible speed.  T'ho assassin of the i*���������i*** is an evil  looking fellow about 40 years of age.  ?Upon;,belng arre-ted he refused to explain his motive for the crime. He  "declared that his name was Aleko  Schinas, and, in reply to an officer  who asked him whether he had no  pity for his country, answered that ne  was against governments.  ti; Schinas maintained a perfectly .-impassive demeanor/which was suggestive of his being irresponsible for his  actions.  Notwithstanding the rapidity with  which the king received attention he  was found to' be deed on arrival at  t&e hospital. ��������� Precautions were at  once taken throughout the city and  perfect order is being maintained.  The king fell into the arms of his  aide when shot: Two soldiers ran  up on hearing the firing, and helped  to support him. He was placed in a  carriage and efforts were made Jo  stop the bleeding? but he breathed his  last on' the way to the hospital nearby. When Prince Nicholas bade the  (Officers to swear fealty to Constantine  they shouted:  Long live the King."  Prince Nicholas Is the only member of the Royal family in Saloniki.  Mourning emblems are displayed everywhere.  The Greek government has issued a  proclamation announcing that the  path of fealty to King Constantine has  beeh'taken.  Since his triumphal entry into Sal-  esiki. the king 'had been accustomed  ���������iq take an/ afternoon walk to the  famous White Tower or to the cavalry barracks in Lesser Karrabui__i.  The king's confidence in the people  was so great that he went about freely,; accompanied only by a single equerry. The danger of this custom  was apparent to the* members of his  'entourage, who repeatedly, but without* avail, re-quested His Majesty to  permit the presence of civil guards.  A few days ago four ; gendarmes  were ordered to follow the king but  "\ their presence was��������� cOhbiu_red so ou-  jeetionable by His Majesty that the  , number was reduced to two. These  followed at some distance.  v Immigration Figures  Winnipeg.���������Although the increase  In tihe immigration into Canada during February was a little less than in  the first month of the year, the fig-  urea show an increase of 11 per cent,  over the corresponding month in 1912.  In February, 1913, those entering Canada by way of the ocean ports totalled 6,776 as against 5,389, In the corresponding month last year���������In other  word- an increase this year of 2G per  cent. The total arrivals from th*  United States, on the other hand,  ���������shows a decrease, of 3 per cent, compared with February, 1912, I-isl  year tihe total wa-s 5.7K2. while last,  month lt only reached 5.572.  Canadian     Teachers   Welcomed     to  jersey  YLondon.���������-Jersey* will give a very  hearty welcome to the Canadian  teachers, If they decide io accept tht  Invitation to visit the Channel Islands  this year.  Sir William Vomon, chief magls-  trnito of Jorsey, is taking a deep Interest in J,ho proposed visit, and arrangements nro being made for muni  clpnl fot<nt, a battle of flowera and  eitnllnr ontcrtalnmontB whioh aie a  charming feature of tlho^llfe of thes--*  i-Jamln. It is hoped that tho visitors  way bo able to spend a few dayb on  cadh of tho-ie Islanda, and iho n".thor-  Ificfl nnd the various munlclpal'tinn  sro combining to prepare an oxt3n������Ivo  l.rogi'amfho of honpltatlty in aoaov ot  the Canadl'.n tc-achora.  BANKERS WITHDRAW  United States Trio Will Not Go Into  Loan to China  Now York.���������An a rofliilt of tho  etatomont by Prcaldont Wlluon that  his administration would not roquoBt  ���������flhn American Iwinltorn heretofore In-  ���������4nrefltrtii In the nnfrr>Mn,*-lonn for the  olx-Powor loan to China to continue  to Htf>ok thoir Bhare of the loan, the  throo banking houses ln thi* so-called  American group announced thoir withdrawal . Tho announcement followed  a conference of tilio banking Intcro-tH  concerned at tho offices of Morgan  and Co-H-uny.  Gr-tt[era, Flocking In  f\n)frnyy    A ltf������ .���������1-J)i|**������rtr',*1"l      f>Z     ''ft-  tVem aro flocking Into tho Peace Jt������v(*r  <v*.i-*i ry ������ n'ly. n peer.! In p. to the ���������'������������������stt-  ���������me-nt of Provincial Publicity Commla-  eionor CliArleB Hotchklnn. For tho  past 30 dnya ovcry trail loading lato  the Ornndi* Prnlrlo countrv ban been  black  with  botno"W*oK<*rB,    many    of  .. uu...   iuC   utikitln   IU   wiuti   lillTUI   bUlCH.,  farm Implement* and proviulonn  nmough to Ian* for x year.  TO  SPEND  MILLION  Thousands of Which to go to Dominion Parks '  Edmonton, Alta.���������Seventy thousand  dollars for improvefnents to Jasper  Park, three' hundred thousand dollars  for improvements to Rocky Mountain  Park, Banff Glacier and Yolio Park;  twenty-five thousand for the construction of a motor road from Kananaskie  to Banff, twenty-five thousand for developments to Btiffalo Park, Wainwright. and fifteen thousand for similar work at Waterton Lake Park.  The foregoing figures, exclusive of  the! new bath house at Banff, represent the amount to be expended in  Dominion Parks during the coming  year. Besides these amounts, the  Grand Trunk Pacific will construct a  tourist  hotel  which  will  cost in   the.  **>,y*>-t **������*'l, V-*���������������1-   ��������� ������***       '~*f       'Xt-mmx***      0m.mmfX.mfX  -, ��������� [_' - -> m.      I  .K*d friLuuL ii.jQu.  ol   tiirt*J-|HuarLei b     Ot      5. i  million.', ���������    It  will  b&  located  at the  Miette Hot Springs.  jtc ft _f a trt. e  n  FINEST SITE IN METROPOLIS FOR  DOMINION  GOVb-..iMENT  v. To Develop Coal Areas  Regina.���������Hand in hand with the in-  vestipation into the practibility of diverting the water supply in the South  Saskachewan river is also to be instituted an investigation into the  feasibility, of generating power at  the coal mines in Southern Saskatchewan and its distribution into the various centres of the province Is also  to be considered.  This work has, been placed in the  charge of A? J. McPherson. who has  already arranged with S? M. Darling  to install a test carbonizing plant at  Estevan to try out a special method  of treating the lignite coalite make  it suitable for commercial purposes-  The scheme under way- is to provide a means whereby this coal can  be put oil the market to meest competitions of the coal from various other  sources of supply. If the test proves  successful. andYVIr. McPherson has  every hope that it will, it will be the  means of developing the large resources in the way of low grade coal now  existing throughout a large part of  Saskatchewan. This work is an extension of the finding- of the investigation made last year by H. Wynne-  Roberts, and along the lines which  were indicated to be most probablj-"  successful.  tS^l'ST  SBSTICLj   Sllf.Tee  U.S. Experts and Aeroplane Superiority In Britain's Army  Washington.���������Aeroplane experts in  the War and Navy Departments have  scouted the idea that the British army  has evolved a flying machine superior  to any in the possession of other; nations, as announced in the House of  Commons by Colonel Seely, British  Secretary of State for War. Captain  Irvin Chambers, 4bf the Bureau of Navigation of the Navy Department, was  inclined to accord aeroplane honors  to the French army experts. Officers  in the signal corps of the army also  expressed grave doubt that the British  experts had made any revolutionary  discoveries.  ������������������    ���������  ,- -" ��������� ."-.-.     -X  .  Protest Against Cramming Feed Lite  British   Suff!*agsttes  juuiiuon.���������a*, a big public meeting,  here strong public protests were registered against the forcible feeding of  imprisoned suffragettes. The Bishop of Lincoln, who presided, declared  that the suffrage movement was a  grand demonstration of moral force  against brute force.  Forbes Robertson, the actor-manager, asserted that forcible feeding  would not be permitted in America.  George Bernard Shavj said it was illegal, but that Reginald McKenna.  the Home Secretary, proposed to legalize it by act of parliament.  WEST  IMPORTS  STOCK  Decay of Ranching    Exemplified    bv  Considerable Imports  Moose Jaw, So_k.-���������-3b further evidence as to the decay of ranching  in western Canada, J. D. Walson,  representing J. A. Mcintosh of Great  Falls, Mont., has arrived here with  250 head of stock which he brought  up from eastern Canada. Previously this year he brought three hundred  head to Western Canada from Montana and says there ia another thousand head on order to supply tho  demands of packers and farmers. Last  year, he brought 10 train loads or  'etock to help populate the farms and  ranches of Alberta and Saskatchewan.  Bramwell Booth to Come  Toronto.���������Bramwell     Booth;     will  make his first visit to Canada aa coni-  mandor in charge of lhe    Salvation  Army next fall, arriving here about  November .lBt.       Ho will hold moorings in all important Salvation Army  centres, with a special tour of Ontur  io. and mako oxtenBlvo Inspoctlon or  of the Canadian west with a view u>  more  rapid  immigration  sotttemoni  I-Io will open now social working build-  lnga at Fort William. Winnipeg anil  Calgary. ,  Australia Gives $10,000  Sydney. N. S.W. -The Federal Government has docldcd to make a contrl-  hu-on of $10,000 to the Scott Memorial Fund. Tho Prime Ministor has ro*  eclved a lottor from Commander  Fvanfl of the Terra Nova Intimating  tho met Unit lit in Iho Intention of  mconhora of tiho expedition to proHont  tho Commonwealth Government with  complete ro-eorrtfl nnd publications" nr  tho n'ypedltlon. Inelndlnp; t.ho history  of tho expedition written ln Scott a  own word&.  To Meet Hon. G. E. Foster  Sydney, N.S.W.-^Androw Fluhor,  Premier of Australia, and ithe New  Zealand Minister of Customs will  meet tho Canadian ropruueiitatlve ut  the conforenco on l.rado i_cIpi-o_lty  whioh takes place In Australia.      A  reeipri-w>nl  nuree-iiietit. hIioiiM   ������>r������ Jinnr.-  flelal to both countries.  Earl Grey Secures an Option on Valuable Property to be Used for Dominion Government Buildings���������A  Permanent Exhibition of Candcr'an  Products.  London.���������The Improvements Committee of the London County Council  announces that Earl Grey hati \sked  in consideration of a pay ment of ?15.-  000 a year, to be granted an option for  three years of taking the Strand site  on conditions to be hereafter arranged. The area involved is about 124,-  000 square feet, and is considered re  be the finest site for the new Dominion Government building -which was  proposed some tima ago.  We gather, proceed the commltt^e,_  that Earl Grey's object in desiring the"  option is to secure time to examine  the, possibilities of using the site for  imperial purposes/although he is not  in a position at present to define the  special character of the uses to which  the site would be devoted, as he points  out that a decisien on so important a  question can only be arrived -������X after  full and careful consideration by tbo  Governments of the various self-gov-  erning.Dominions. In discussing thp  character of the uses to which the  site could be devoted under his scheme  he ^states that should these Governments approve, it would be possible  for them to concentrate the Dominion  Government offices, now widelv distributed in different parts of London, and  also to provide accommodation In  Ijondon for the commercial and social  needs of the Dominions.  A feature of th<? scheme would b*5  to secure a permanent, well kept and  up-*o-date' exhibition ot manufactured  artieles '"n uf-r in the Dominiona. combined with adequate facilities for enabling the home mauu:*aci,urprs to get  into direct toueh with Dominion customers. Another important effe-cf. of  tlie fealteafcion of fhesftieme wpiiid be  to focus the attentioh of the home consumer more effectively on the quality-  of the products of the Dominions.  FAMOUS   POLICE   CHIEF  Louis Lepine, Prefect of    Paris,    Resigned A/ter 20* Years  Service  Paris.���������Louis Lepine,- the prefect of  police, has resigned after 20 years of  service.      M. Lepine is 6? years old.  After  participation   in  the   Franco-  Germau war, lie was called to the bar  at Lyons, his birthplace, and Iii 187<'  was appointed  sub-prefect of the police.      From 18S8 to 1891 he was chief  secretary of the prefect of police at  Paris  and  in  1893  he   succeeded M  Loz, as prefect of police?,; -:  M.  LepineYivas noted for his great  j activity during the troubles in Paris  j at the separation of church and state  i when he was continually on duty to  suppress disturbances atjthe churches,  which were occupied by militant congregations .      He also attracted niucfi  attention by the aggressive manner 'h.;  which he  suppressed the? gangs    of  apaches which for a time terrorized  Paris, and he took a prominent part  in the  capture of the motor bandits  whose organization was broken up last  year.  Virtually every monarch or head of  a state in Europe knew M. Lepine  personally, for he was present at  their arrivals and departures from the:  French capital and he took sole responsibility for tlie safety of thase  r^en. He was always in the best of  the fighting when the recent labor de-  mnnstrations were in progress, or  when the -strikers got out of hand.  Warns     Outsiders     Against     Making  Rash Rushes  Vancouver.���������W. M. Ogilvie, M. E.,  of Ottawa, son of former governor of  Klondike, has just' retumfrd from Silver Creek1, country where there is now  a great" stampede on. Scores of  miners ai"> going north hy every  steamer from Seattle and Vancouver.  Mr.  Ogilvie said:���������  "I think it my duty to warn the people on the outside from beins stampeded . Nothing has yet been proved  and if work this spring is successful  there will be lots of time to get in on  the ground floor. The alleged discovery was made by Indians, who are  poor prospectors and nobody has seen  any of the gold they are supposed  to have found. -Several parties who  hiked to the scenes told me th&t they  returned without locating claims, the  conditions being unfavorable owing  to -the snow fall.  . - .'.'.'.'    ti'.i  Strike Fight on Raiiroats   ���������  Philadelphia.���������A free fight between  100 strikers and half as many men  who were at work, during which two  trains were stoned, and a track foreman badly injured, marked the strike  of the Pennsylvania Railroad trainmen. The fight, occurred in Frankfort a' surburb, and continued until  the arrival of a ,_q,uati oi policemen.  The train passing at the time of the  fight*- had several windows smashed  and the crew of a freight train werp  compelled to seek refuge in box cars.  Robbed the Royal Bank  N<*w York.���������William B. Trefry, tha  young Canadian bank clerk who startled capital!-} of Europe by lavish expenditures, wa_ sentenced to Sing  Sing .for four years. He pleaded  guilty to forgeries by which he defrauded the New York branch of the  Royal Bank of Canada out of many  thousands. With the aid of a young  women whom he1 met in New York  he spent all of his money in Europe  in about a month and returned to  New York, where he was arrested.  THE MARKET REPORT  Weekly Grain Letter Suppiled by  Thomp������M, Sons 4. Co., Grain Mer-  chants, Winnrpe**j.  Winnipeg, March 18.���������The leading  marke-ts have bee* moderately active  and while todays values are unchanged -to a fraction high ter than a week  ago it has been fairly Well indicate.,  that considerable liquidation has been  under, way. The volume of wheat  sold has^noitbe-eri especially large but  sentiment ha������ been gradually changing to the bear side under the evident  accumulation bf: stocks and favorable  crop reports. .With the exception of  export business which developed in  the united States markets at opportune times to check weakness ami inject, rallying strength the news has  been, against holders. It seems hardly  possible that gurope will continue to  absorb the'large shipments sent forward by exporting eo_nitries, but during the week���������-Liy.^rp'ooi and Continental markets Slave beid. remarkably firm  and on the whole have not reflected  the weakness on this side. Tight money and peace pro'spe-ts may curtail  purchasing power; and cause reselling  of merchants stocks but so, far there  is little indication of this as' the\gen-  , eral political disturbance and war  scare madness that has been rampant  in Europe for some months is still apparently smouldering and liable 'to  break out again at any time. Apart  from a continued export demand holders ea32 only leek forward, to an impairment in the present almost perfect crop conditions ? in the United  States winter wheat belt. That some  impairment will take place either sooner or later is highly probable as according ito- the Mouer_ Mailer report this  week the present outlook is the best  in years. We give the Modern Mil-,  Ter report in full asw������ consider it is  .well worth noting at this time. "Crop  conditions over most of the winter  wheat belt continue favorable, in many  ��������� l-oefl.lUM'^*' '''he cro****- *������ ���������---���������"id ������*���������* b** in **!  most perfect condiition, and that there  seldom has been a better prospect at  the close of winter. -The entire winter YiVheat growing area was practically bare of snow, but there was no cold  weather either, and the plant therefore did hot suffer. Gn the contrary  the melting of the snow and the rains  that feM during the week insure sufficient moisture to carry the plant  along for some *ti*me*. The milder  weather has caused the wheat to sihow  green, but there are no noticeable effects of winter killing and the crop  is generally considered to be in the  best possible condition for the spring  season. The plant is hardy, well  rooted and growing ln a normal way.  *1M.4\*.,������   mm~   m.m   tm. A.l mmXlmm.    ~l   4_..~..4.   *I0.  **  4 4l^������C    M.4.U    *X1S    444\41^.4l*ulU4&    Ul    JU'-C'UU    JUC,  Foreign crop conditions have chang  ed materially and nearly all the principal countries of thp Eastern Hemisphere are enjoying favorable and seasonable weather. The only-unfavorable condition is in France where  wtoere there are complaints of the  plant being thin and some damage by  vermin. Russia reports that supplies  of wheat are varying but generally  moderate. An early opening of navigation is expected there. Weekly  statistics continue to show a large  primary movement in the Ui  States which keeps their visible supply from diminifch.'ns' to any great extent even with reported export business going on. The world's visible  supply according to Bradstreets, increased 2,565,000,bushels for the week  compared to an increase last year of  851,000 busheis. The amount of  wheat on ocean passage amounts to  57.644,000 bushels as against 43,128.000  b-sihels a year ago. World's ship-'  meats were about as expected at 13,-  472,000 bush sis. Last week they  were 13,778.000 busheh* and last year  10,768,000 bushels? Shipments from  Russia and Danube are very light but  it is expected they will increase as  soon as navigation opens. .  Future trading in the Winnipeg  market has been more active. , The  difference in price between Minneapolis, Duluth and ''Winnipeg continues  the same as last week and if continued  will have tihe effect of turning export  business to the former markets. Cash  wheat is in moderate demand, offerings bei_g scarce. Exporters however claim that present values are out  of line and consequently are' doing no  new'-business.- Conditions at the  Fort William and Port Arthur terminals are somewihat be.titer. The Canadian Northern expect to be unloading  cars now at Port Arthur next week  as their new storage tanks are almost  completed. The Grand Trunk elevators have also been helping the Canadian Pacific Railway to unload some  of their ears. Closing cash prices  are a shade higher than last week and  are as follows: 1 Northern 85He; 2  Northern S2xAc; 3 Northern 79^-C;  No. 4, TSSs-s; No. 5, 71c; No. 6. 65c;  Feed. 56c: No. 1 Alberta Red Winter  86%c- 2 A.R., 83%c; 3 A.R., 80%c;  Futures closed May, 87i_c; July.  88%c: October, 8Q%c.  Oats-��������� ���������.'.  The demand for oats has improved  slightly although it is difficult to find  buyers for the tough and lower grades.  Today's values are 2 C'vvY oats 31 %c.  n   ������%   ity        of. ��������� -    ���������.-���������i���������..- - m i m J. f. ���������>     nni i- -..    ���������������  O     \f- .   VV  ..     *.i?C      SA'Lltt     J.     1COU,     OU74.C       J.  feed.  29%c;     2 feed,    25e;    Futures  closed May 33%: July 34%c?  Barley��������� - -..'���������.������������������?������������������?���������'.?  There is a fair enquiry for?3 and 4  barley but feed and rejected grades  are not wanted. Today's prices are  No. 3 barley 47c; No. 4, 45c.  Flax-  Dull and steady with prices %c.  lower. Today's values are No.'.1  N.W. flax, 108%c; 2 C.W. 106c: ,3  C.W.,' 97c. Futures closed at May  lll^c: July, 112%c; October, 317%c.  All prices quoted above are for In  store Fort William, Port. Arthur or  Dulu-h.  THS SD-DAY _tH00l  LESSON    XIII.-���������FIRST     QUARTER,  FOR    MARCH   30,   1913  /,.*������'.siir,li#.->"������''.'*vv-' y.-������*������A .���������������������������.*.->;.'���������.  Toll of the Assassin Among the World  There is scarcely a country of -the  world that has hot at some time felt  the hand of the assassin. Emperors,  kings, presidents, and statesmen have  been slain by anarchists, persons disgruntled because of real or imaginary  wrongs, fanatics, insane persons and  political conspirators.  Since the year 1801 the toll of the  assassin among world's ruler:; and  presidents of republics Is;  Paul, emperor of Russia. March 24,  1801. _  Abraham Lincoln, president of the  United ������tates, April 14. 1865.  Abdul Aziz, sultan of Turkey, June  4, 1876. *  James A. Garfield, president of the  United States, July 2, 1881.  Sadi Carnot, president of France,  June 24, 1894.  Nasr-ed-Din, shah of Persia. May  1. 1896. ���������    "������������������  Bordla Idiarte. president of Uruguay  August 25, 1897.  Elizabeth, empress of Australia.  September 10. 3 898.  General Hereaux, president of tho  Dominican republic, July 26, 1899.  Xl'i'j'rMViirfc-M'     Vi-no-   />-f       tfiili* Tulir       OG  A������.U������***krt _���������*  *t      4j������**������n      Kim. ^������,������*-%< f ������������ mmmj ,   tui'i  1900.  William MeKInley, president of tho  United States. September 6, 1901. \  Alexander, king of Servia, June.  1902.  Gorvoa, queen of Servia,* July 1,  1902.  Carlos, king of Portugal, February  1, 1908.  Louis, crown prlnco of Portugal,  February 1, 1908.  Saskatchewan  Gains Award for Best  Oats  Columbia, S.C.���������Canada has just  gained world-wide renown for itB oats,  tho growers of this prize-winning ccr^  eal being J. C. Hill and Sons, Lloyd-'  minster, Sank,, who have been awarded the Colorado Trophy for the beat  bushel of oats shown at tho National  Corn Exposition h/dd hero.  This prlJ-.o of $1,000 was opon for  tho whole of tike North American continent.  J. C. Hill and Sons are now fnmouR  as growers of prize oats, as thoy captured tho $1,000 for tho best bushel  at tho Columbus, Ohio, Corn Show  last year. Tho family belortgB to tho  Burr Colonls'to, and ton years ago,  when they left London, thoy had ab-  Holutely no knowledge of farming.  Since starting in tho Wont, however,  they havo given up moat of their tlmo  and ground to the growing of oats.  i*1������������������'1*Wm������<������������<I  ,*i|r1  Fighting nt Tch.ntnljn  London.���������A     Constantinople     dl������-  patcli to Uu) ExcliiiiiiiM Tul^-gfuph Com-  rinnv tmv* Thnt tho n>hMm������ nf T/-v,n������oi  Ja continue*.      Tlio Turks have ad-1  vw.li-oil   iiu-oMi.   uiu-u   imioH   norui   of I  Dorkoo and In tbo nd van co oocuplodl  many BtratoKical poluui.  mytimtim  One of the Rev.  Fathers of 8t. Got-"  hard'*   Monaetery,  Switzerland.   It  i.w������      U.A.M.      4������. .       . . .1 .       *u       .   . .*      .......      . .  ttntertalh travellrm free of charoe.  hut owlno to the OPeot number of  tourl������u that viBlt the monii������tery  annually, thev have been forced bv *  Now Wnlka Under Friedmann _ Cure  Montreal.���������Miaa Mario Dubois, a  20-yonr-old girl, Biifforlng from tuber-  cutloslB of nock and log glands, who  wan confined f-o hor lied for four  tnonitlin unable to-rhe until treated  hy Dr. Frledmanu laid, week, hui, ho  far reeovertvl as the rc-Hiilt of hlu  troa't/rne-pt thnt siho can walk around.  Ant without difficulty, and \a prnctl-  '������������������uiy tMiri'U, All Mie uwriiingu havo  dimippiill-oil. DootorH who have e.v-  r.>".*;,nCd    t,i>>-'   CiWbrv',   jniilniiini !���������   it   iniir-  velouB.  clrcumatancen to fix n small charge  for travellers.    It la estimated that  ...w     ._-.|.������-IH,l .4    IUI      lll>'    IUt.1    K������    > i^.ll --I  hav/i.    hmmm    *���������"; Ontl     writ II.    tl,m    itlm������ I  fllven  have   not   amounted  to  more I  than   $10,000. (   j  Text of the    Lesson,    Comprehensive  Quarterly   Review���������Read   Heb.     xi,  1-19���������Golden    Text,    Ps.   xxii,    ������1���������  Commentary by Rev. D.'l   . Stearns  Lesson 1.���������Tht. Creation, GeL.  i, I,  "ln the beginning God    created    the  heavens and the earth. '      The Golden Text is .*  wondrous statement containing just seven Hebrew ..words of  twenty-eight Hebrew letters and:������eils  the whole creation story, which is stated In other words in Ps. xxxiii, 6, 9;  Heb. xi, 3.    Gon. 1, 2, tells of a great  catastrophe which brought the earth  into a condition of chaos, waste and  void, from which it was'delivered iu  six days by the Creator. ?  Lesson II.���������Man the Crown of Creation. Gen. i, 26, 27; ii, 7-9. 15-24. Golden Text, Gen. i, 27, "God created man  in His own image." After s, great  and perfect restoration God made man  male and female, man from the dust  and woman from a part of man, and  gave them dominions over all the  works of His hands. In these two chapters we have a perfect earth, after ihe  restoration AvIt���������P-t tsin or cur^e of any  kind, and God in fellowship with man? ���������  We have also the institution of the  Sabbath and marriage.  Lesson III.���������Man's First Sin. Gen.  iii, 1-12, 22-24. Golden Text, John viii,  34, "Every one that commii' eth sin is  the servant of sin." Here we ha-'e  the first mention of that old serpent,  the devil, the first destructive critic-  questioning the word of God and the .  love?of God and making God a liar.  In the third chapter from the end of  the Bible we have his final doom. Jn  this lesson chapter we have also the  first mention of a deliverer, the way  of salvation and the future glory of  the redeemed.  Lesson IV.���������Cain., and Abel. Gen.  iv. 1-15. Golden Text, 1 John iii, 15.  "Whosoever "'hateth his brother is ....  murderer. Adam,    having     been  taught the way of redemption and of  approach to God (Gen. iii, 21), taught  his children and their children. Abel  believed God and came.; obediently,  bringing his 'sacrifice. "'Cain was  what might be called a Unitarian, having no use for the shedding of blood,  but deemed the best he had would .b������������  acceptable. He was therefore reject-  ed. * ~ ' " " "..     .., .  Lessen V.'���������Thi Flood, Gen', vi, 91  12; vii, 11-24. Golden Text, Rom:  vi. 23, "The wages of sin is deat|i,  but the free gift of God is eternal life  in Christ Jesus our������ LOrd." Cain  turned his back upon God after he ������&d  killed his brother, and his descendants  began, to'-build cities., invent musical  in_tru-me_ts. work in brass and iron  and improve things generally, but all  without God, and wickedness bvcamo  so? great that God had to cut eff th"- ,  "race by a deluge, saving on!y iN'oah  rrd bis faipily.  " I,esson  VI.���������Qod's  Govenaiit With  ���������Xi^tiQzntiti-rz;   Ztiijrti -Goldeja' Text.  Gen.  ix:?:13; -T do Bet my bo.v in the  ���������cloid, arid._t shall, be for a toktii of a  coveuant between ine and the earth."'   ,  The next destruction '-will be bv fir<?  at the end of this age, but we look , ;  for a new earth    wherein    dwelleth !  liyhieousriess. -������������������','''  Lesson VII.���������The'-Call bf  -Abrans.  Gen. xii, 1-9.    Golden Text, Gen? jiii.   ^  2,  "1  will bless thee  and make  thv  name great, and be thou a blessing;" -  Tnoln������.l      ..*      f*f.^.1Sm.���������     lnnn-A m.^X*.      :ti *��������� Ufl  ...m.^m.^.     *fX     -������������..������������..U-������3      *wr^*gy^^. ��������� . v.i .44.1  world, God separates' a man, a family,  a nation and in tho present age a  church, to be His speciial people  through whom He may reveal Himself  whom He may bless and make a bless*  ing.    ,.  Lesson VIII.���������Abram and Lot, Ge_.  xiii, 1-12. Golden Text, Prov. x, 22.  "The blessing of Jehovah; it maketli  rich, and He addeth no Borrow there*  with." Abram found sorrow fn  Egypt, and Lot found sorrow in Sodom, but both were for the time out  of fellowship. It. was good for Abram to get hack to Bethel and to find  a resting place and altar at Hebron.  Lesson IX.���������God's Covenant With  Abraham, Gen. xv, 5-18. Golden Text,  Heb. x. 23. "Ho Is faithful that  promised." Let no one pass by the  wondroiiB story of Mek'-hl/.edok nor  fail to notice the many new words of  this chapter���������the first "Fear not,"  "Believe," "Righteousness" and many  ethers.  Lesson X.���������The Destruction nf Sodom, Gen. xJx, 12-17, 23-29. Golden  Text, II Cor. vl, 17, "Como ye out  from among them and be yo separate  salth the Lord, and touch no unclean  thing." The Lord JeBiis referred to  both the deluge and tho destruction  of Sodcm and said that the end of  this ago will bo similar as to sin and  judgment.  Lesson XI ���������The Text of /Abraham's  Faith, Gen. xxii, 1-13. Golden Text,  Hos. vi, G, "I deslro goodness and not  sacrifice and tho knowledge of God  moro than burnt offerings." I������nac  wan tho proml_od seed ln whom tho  promiBos wero to be fulfilled, hut God  would have us rest In Himself regard-  leBB of wli.it wo nee or fool.  Lesson XII.���������Isaac iind Rebekah.  .G-.vn. xxiv, r,R-(>7. Gehlen Text, Prov.  ill, 6., "In all thy wayn acknowledge  Him, and He will direct thy paths '"  Jobus Ohrlftt, risen from tho dead, Ib  now awaiting '-TIr bride, the ohuroh,  the Lamb's wife, which tho Holy Spirit  Ib preparing by telling of tho glory of  Ood, nnd of Chrlnt and the riches of  Grace. Spon tho gathering will bo  complete and our Isaac will welcome  us home.  Cologne. G-rrmuiiy.���������Tho   Buropoan  (.,/... id ,u������j pi I'li-nu?; ,u������ utMiiuuu i mm i  ������*1������H        II,tlf...       ..tllf...       m        r.mf..mt..       X .  .. -���������--       '  tlon of lt<-ttl.M,MeK In l-iiropi-ji Turlcoy,  acconlin������ to an lm������p!������_ draiiiatcli  from Herllti to tho Color nn n*t.t*it*.  [Extreme Regret at Bryan's Speech  London.���������Following np tho Post's  attack on Wm. Jennings Bryan, tho  American secretary of ������ta������.o, for hlw  Hpeeeh at the St. Patrick's Duy bau-  <l������et given by Irish Americana ut  Waivhiugion, recently, tho Standard  uaye:  If Mr.   Bryan really expro&BOB tho  vleWH   of    tin*   <llilllll������-l     llllll    llu������    rirnnl.  dent, the rolatloiiK between Great  Britain and the Untied Sfjites may  en-ter upon a p!Hi,*-r> which would he  regarded with extro-mo rogrct. by a  majority of the ucnr.lble moderate,yor-  Bonft of botili  countrloH.  Tli������ -lumiard otwcriboa    Secretary  ������, ������     ..      ������. -  ...jm.. m     M(..,^'l������     .m.f     ,x     .41.11     %4A������l.lll|l|lt     III  virulent and infliutod noiiBonue which  tho tnforlor Wnd of dcmagojEno talks  when ho ttan'Aj *.. t_il������������h Irlwh votes*-  'iiii-iMiii'tfiiiVii'riiiiii  .������#>hfWUM>������f-n|4  IWp-W^fjWWj'lllllr^llll'  jiTtiiirfni"'^'''^1'1'''''''^"'^'^ trv&taaamma&mKZ
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57:e Creston HevieYP
Published evcy   Frid�� y  ot Creston, British *t o'uuibia, by liV Creston Fi-int-
ng and Pub <i-_i-g Conipauy^Ltd.
^he Review it-- the ncknowledjfert advi rtising medijiiiii ot'Uie Crt-aton vidii-y, eir
" cnlating in nearly one thousand homes through��u,r, thi* Creston district nnd
-anchtng out. in a bro-id maimer iuto oilier coinmnnitieN. Our >.dverti-u��ir rate-
are bHsed on the scale of the Knotenny in d Bonndt-ry Prii.teis-* Rot-u-ii nf Tii.rle.
band pnrclm-'e and land lease notices, $7 ��'<��r f-tntin.-rv in..". Dis-phiv cdvi-i
tiseim-uts. ?S per ineii ner month : n-hii" advevii*-iiiK H) corns per lii-eii'st i-sm
and 5 cents per Jiue.'in "meceeding weeks. Sneseriptiuu jmu-s $i Oil a j em- ir
advance. Our columns are open to eoiiiril>uti<>r>s di'uling minnners ef bejil ii>-
terest-. and the welfare of the cumniuiiiiy. CM��U"ibuiionn must, be brief nm'
feigned.
Mrs. B   Lamberton - -        Editor and Man:>*��i r.-s
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TAW��� IWay-luHi���m*_
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OXJ   will   irlake    no   mistake
when you get off the train
if you sign the register at
ie Leacir.q \   the   Creston   Hotel.       Travelling
1  men   will   substantiate   this.    We
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3 yr
&>   \ Hotel of the . .       . .
%;���,    | ^ I study   the   comfort of our guests.
fruit     ��>��tz \ *r*jie  rooins  ai-e  well  furnished in
K   -ftiYALS Syrup of White  Pipe  and Tar is y^ry
%  effective. ..?.���.'?'"���?'
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irackaged in 25- and 50 cent bottles.
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Would it be possible for Creston to have a clean-up day?
It is one of those most necessary annual celebrations thai
other town.s and cities have been practicing far years. Once
a year, at least, everybody should turn-in aud clean up their
yards, and the areas around the business establishments, in
fact every bit of space in the city-. It should not be looked
upon as work. It partakes more of the nature of play, with
the men,, women and children the  ulayei *-������.'' j
Certainly Creston needs cleaning up very badly, ttsj
streets are littered with papers, tin cans an.i pieces of rubbish I
of all descriptions. The back y *rds, however, are the worst.
A stranger coming into the town the inker uay, re:i;:ai kef.
forcibly upon the condition of some of the places. What one
strangev noticed others surely make mention of. Y \\A\ a condition certainly does no good for the co::.-1.*.*.-.-v. and everyone sho.ild take a hand iu the matter.
"-.e    ciik-:ens    that   a
I   a manner up-to-date.
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Headquarter-   for Mining  Men,
Lumbermen, 1 Ranchers,   Tourists
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_*_Y ALS Laxacold, break up a cold in 24 iours-
Does not coniain Quinine.
Sells at 25 cents a package.
1 /��� Bm Moran
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Prop.
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SOWING HIS WILD OATS
REAPING A HARVEST OF SORROW
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I < Phone 51 I
I IS *?:iHR"���
How many young men
can look back ou their
early life aud regret their
misdeeds. "Sowing their
wild oats" in various ways.
_ Excesses, violation of na-
5   ture's laws,'"wine, women
Transfer 1 iufirv and Ffifiri -tahlgg
(Best equipped Livery in Town) |
���|   Allclissof rUKNOTJTS supplied at short notice.   The latest; styles of %
%   CUTTERS aud BUGGIES for sale and hire.    Saddle and pack lio-^es a f
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as
��!��   Feed for sale
���i'.i     T =.���  _
Speciality. ���
Ageut for the McLaughlin Manfg. Oo.
Horsas for sale
:���&   I am prepared to fill aii orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all ttainB
It has been suggested by some   o:
i^k   Wi <tititi-i^ .&!?���:>   -f^ and song''���all have their
��-5  W       s..WMMtititititi..ti.    >&.   victinis.     Yiou  have  re-
   r^-*T   3%   iorine- out wbat about the
���ftiMl?a.*
mass meeting of the residents be ��
bilities of h*?vin*< a clean-up   dav.
Oi*iseuss   the    "os
he  "Review'
m
heartil\-    w
���sa     iy>*. - y
i    C   '"VY_S*!f" II-    llSIWiiv    *     seed you Have sowu���what
"      ~   .?.\:mmm%mm   .Wfa.    "^-^K,     ^��t tue Harvest?   Don't
"���-_tf/B_-ll.V)t>   niI_.,i'/aYRf^J- \^_-S_*y     trust to iuck*   If 3'ou are
"     mmm    iillftW/. /T> ^-*^^       at present within the |
clutches of any secret habit
���which is sapping your life
_ *- *: -������' -��� Wiii V 'it-1 \��5S--iiW&wv -S     __L\ by degrees; if you are suf-
'&&/&�� WL       '^gk*x        fering from the results of K
endorees the move. If one lu.l: vi the citizens join in the
movement the other half wiii get bu^y after they have seen
the effect of a partial work along that line.
Why not get together in a ma s meeting,   then    get   up   M life���DRS. K.~&. K. ARE YOUR REFUGE.   Lay your case be'fore
J 00 �� ����  them confidentially and they will tell, you honestly if you are curable.
past indiscretions; if your
blood has been tainted from
any private disease and you
dare not marry; if you are married and live in dread of symptoms breaking
out and exposing your past; if you are suffering as the result of a misspent
YOU CAN PAY WHEN CURED
and  Cure VARICOSE^ VEINS, NERVOUS  DEBILITY,
JRINARY COMPLAIN IS, KIDNEY ssa BLADDER Dis*
enthusiasm and. at once,   before   th*.t    enthusiasm   dies   out    fa
have the town cleaned up.   It can   be   done.     This does   not
iap'piy to the private homes any more or less then   it does    to
the business places ni Creston.    Creston  is   not  li-Le   a   big
City where the back yards cannot be  seen   except   by   your   ^ i_Pll^e!l%i__i^-P
next door   neighbor.    The refuse can be seen and is an eye-   i       Cor- Michigan Ave. and Griswold St., Detroit, Mich.
we sreat
BLOOD and URINAR1
eases and all Diseases Peculiar io Men.
CONSULTATION FREE.   Books Free oa Diseases of lama,   if unable to call, write
for a Question Blank for   HOME   TEEATMENT.
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.4-     l. f��f. 1 x\. C. 1 X f...-���r.
sore.   Inciclently, v^restou is une 01 tuenijst uealthful   towns   ^ IsSrs^
in the Dominion in which to live, but all this  uncleanlineis
tends to breed disease.
' JESEESBSLm
All letters from Canada must be addressed to our
Caiiauiuii Correspoiiuciicc Department in "Windsor,
Ont. If you desire to see us personally call at our Medical Institute in
Detroit as we see and inreat no patients in our Windsor offices which are
used for correspondence and Laboratory for Canadian business only.
Address all letters as follows:
DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Oot.
������Write for our private address.
W   nt any hour <..f ihe day or night.    Commerciil men and landseekers,  will
$ receive prompt attention ^.
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Box 14
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Assistant        '-���'"���      niss Hodgaon
(Oarnbridge   Higher ���XiOC-sl CsrtiS-
cate,  Diploma   of ihe ���.. College   of
Teachers fo_ fcho Deaf.)
Terms for hoarders on applioatio
fO tbe Head Mistress.
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Comprising ?25 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.
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fpiesms  " "mf^Lwmmmw  B Iffimm^mmm-S^   GheyHes
I     GUARANTEED HOME GROW^
I     Cellared���Roots in earth, uo danger of winter killing
4 "We cjin hold your trade."
Established IOOO by tho HON. MARTIN BURRELL
Mlnlstor of Agrlculturo
ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES
'.S l^or OuttilOKnri and Prico linr,, write to���
| WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.
Will Address The
Meeting
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THE CANADIAN BANK
OF CQMMl-RCE
CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000
'MONEY   ORDERS
Issued by The C;ui:i.:.i'iii I'ari!: of Commerce, :irc :i safe, convenient nnd
ii.o.Ni.)cii.ii*."t: jiici-vd i-f ifjulu;.!,; mw.i'iI Mini.-, of iiH-iicy. Tlu'-'.c OrcVcrf"..
payable ivilluuil: rh.-ir^e :i* rmy K'n'.U in C.'in;iil;i fcKccpl. in lhe Yukon
TeVritory) and in tlicprincipn'l litics of Hie United States, aro issued at
the following rates :
$.- nnd i::n'.cr     3 cents-
Over     r�� and not -xti\clin;' $J(>     <i     *'
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UKMiTTAMC:ES   ABROAD
^Jioiild t*o i*nnili. Vy nii'��:'.:t il <������:,��� }::\�� */;!Al��   rOUlilOiV   DKAI'TH nr '   MONliY
'iiiOMHS.    Iii!.\".<Ht wllliout c'.c'.uy ut rvuMinubli' vatoa.
Percy  B. Fow Her�� Manager Creston Branch
Iking   jEbwarb'a Scbool
*3o_s tmi> (5lrl6
CranDrooft, B. <r.
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I Higher Local, B:rmingh___Unniver-
Coal mining rights of the Dominion,     sity Education Diplooan.)''���"���-���
in Manitoba, Sabkau hewan and Alberta
the Yukon Territory, the Northwest
Territories and iu a portion o�� the Province of British Colnnibia, may be leased
ior a term o�� twenry-one years at
an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not
more than 2,560 acres will be leased to
one applicant.
Application for a lease inns tbe made
by the applicant iu person to the Agent
or Sub-Agent of the district in'which
the riahts applied for are situated.
Iu surveyed territory the land must
lio described by sections, or legal sub-
d'visions of sections, nnd iu unsurveyed
territory the tiaet applied for shall bo
staked ont by the npplicaut himself.
Each application must be nccompanied
by a feo of $5 which will be refunded if
the rights applied for aro not available
but uot otherwise. A royally skull he
paid on the merchantable output of the
miuo at the rate nf five cunts per ton.
Tlio person operating tho miuo shall
furnish tho Agent wiih haohi roturnn
accounting for tho full quantity of merchantable coal miiiod and puv thtt royalty ihi'rem. If ihe coal mining rights
aro not being operated, n ch returiiB
should bo fuiniHhud ut lenM. ouuoi u year
Tho Ioiiho will iiK'lii'lo Iho coal niln-
'"- ri'ijhln only, bnt tlio Iohhoo mny bo
pprnilttoil to purchfiflo whatevor avail-
ab e Riirface ri^htH may be couBiderod
in eOHHiny fin- the working of iho mine
nt. the ratit of $10 un uoro.
For full information application ohould
bo m.uio to tho SiMirotiiry of tho Dopart-
w\u\\\. of iV.i- Inti x\'iy, Ottawa,  or tn any
Af*out or ynb-Agont of Dominion Laude
W. W. OOUY,
Deputy MinlHter of tho Interior
N. it.���Unauthorized publication of
IhisndvcrtUcmcnt will not be paid for.
F^gigi to tho _ who fill ont and
. *% **> Ss moil this coupon AT ONOE
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facinating lesson in-Rhort hand.
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Spokane, Wash:
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Ploaso send me full information about
your College, and especially about tho
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full of useful suforaaljon
for Fruit Growers etc.
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J^i^^^^rS^-S ���������������������������* ���������e taxes for tbe nrusb-, ,.But m workefl four yeflra for lt  Som Sln?on wenfto town in the i W������������? rT!and *** PedredStaS of tbe and i can't enter-i ought to* have it  5S?e_o-n    teMniT -er   along  to   buy   S,reat Llmber,������st dltcb had bee.n more   to help me got a school when I want  lOreUOOU,    TO-l-g    ner    ���������suu_     tu    o.uy     than. sIia  omit-   nnv   fi-nm   hot-  iiiPAmp      ..   x        __   .     .      ..    .    - _.._  SYNOPSIS  Although a good scholar, Elnora Com-  etoete. entering high school. Is abashed by  tier country dress. She needs *20 for  book*? and tuition fees. Her mother ls  unsympathetic, ana Binora tells her troubles to wtiBley Sinton, an old neighbor.  v.'uqs islnsra was born her father waa  flrowned |n a swamp, embittering ber  mother's Ufa. Binora determines to rates  aioney hy gathering forest apeclmena.  _he Sintons buy clothes for her.  . Elnora. getting her books cheaply, finds  a market with the Bird Woman for butterflies, Indian relics, etc.  Mrs. Comatock's devotion to her husband's memory will not permit her to  mil trees or havo oil wells dug on her  land.    Tbe   Sintons   bring   Elnora   new  vidiain&.      .  Elnora. to delighted with her outfit. Her  mother says she must pay for it. Wesley _nd Margaret Sinton discuss the girl's  affairs.  ������������������������������������ Pets Corson,- a Limberlost fre*auenters  warns Binora not to visit the Limberlost  at night or go far into the swamp at any  time.-     ' ".      ,  sovae groceries. Sinton drove straight  to the music store and asked for tbe  violin he bad left to he mended.  In Its new coat of varnish, with new  keys and strings, it looked greatly like  any other violin to Sinton. but to Minora It was the most beautiful instrument ever made and a priceless treasure. She beid it in her arms, touched  the strings softly and then she drew  the bow across them in whispering  measure. She bad no time to think  what a remarkably good bow it was  for ��������� sixteen years' disuse. '..-. The tan  leather case might have Impressed her  as being in One condition also bad she  fceen In a state to question anything.  J than, she could pay from her income,  *������_rl aha ha A t-iiamVilaA hAfn.A + H��������� .-.Inlrar  .....m   ������_������*������   ....x.   m. +.^*Kf.m*x   MK.m\*x\*  %m������\f    n .\fm.mm  as sbe asked the Ranker if sbe had  ?unus' to pay ic and wondered why ire  laughed as he assured her sb'^ .had. for  Mrs. Comstock had spent ub'time'on  compounding interest and never added  tbe sums she bad been depositing  tbiougb nearly twenty years. Now she  tbougbt her funds were almost gone,  aud every day she worried over- ex*  pehses. She could see no reason in  going through the forms of graduation  when pupils had nil.in their heads that  was   required   to   graduate.    iElnora  to teach,    if 1 don't have my grades  to snow people will t_ink i quit because I couldn't pass nay examination-.  1 must have my diploma!"  "Then get it!" said Mrs. Comstock.  CHAPTER XIV.  Wherein Mrs. Comstock Hears Elnora  Play on Her Father's Violin.  LNORA went upstairs and did  not   come   down   again   that  night, which her mother called  pouting.  j CHAPTER XII..  ] Wlivrsin glfiora Discovers a Violin ana*  ' -I 1st took.... them,*', said Billy. "I  didn't take them for me. 1 1st took  them for you and her.. Did���������did���������1  steal ?" ���������    -  Weg-es-'s big' hands closed until be  almost hurt the boy. ��������� _������������������??  ���������"���������No!" he said vehemently. "That is  too big a word. You just made a mistake. If you had toid Aunt Margaret  ���������what you wanted to do and? asked her  Tor the cookies she would bave given  them to you."  "Must I take it back?"  "You think bard, and decide yourself," suggested Wesley.  "Lift me down," said Billy, after a  ���������silence. "1 got to put thiamin tbe jar  :and tell her."  - Wesley set the hoy on the floor, but  ���������as he did so be paused one second and  strained him close to bis breast.  Margaret sat iu ner chair sewing.  Billy slipped in arid crept up beside  her.'''4*_e little face was lined with  tragedy? ". "  "Why. Billy, whatever is the mat-  ter*'" slie cried as siie dropped ber sewing and held om ber a i* nis. Billy stood  _aek. ii*-* gripped 'his little lists ligbi-  and squnrwt bis Vtboulders. "1 got to  be shut up in Ibe Hosel." lie said.  ������������������Uh. Billy*. What nn ..unlucky day*.  tVunt baye you ctoH������������m.wj*'  *"!  rtfc!*-*'-' KM!!"'������������������   Billy.   -Hi* wild   it  wis lKt'a' ml's-uikc. nut li whs "viiini'I :  an' that,   i look suiiU'tliln}: .vou loici mi*  .1 wusu't t!������ liuv������'."  ���������������������������stole-:"    Mnrgtiri't   was   In  despair  -���������wim.i. imiyr -  *Voo!*it'*sY ni'*"werod Billy In enu'U  trouble.   And Of u������irt mu-. "So J got t.������  g%t Ul  tUH I'lOrW't  Alargairt -_;::*!-c! .������������������* Jslm !!''!pu*'**K'y:  '"Will   yuU  Iind. uu* tij-'til  ������   lit 1 ia- ni;  flirt?   l!������������ it.'t  Miirgiii^t iipeuKl Him arms ami BIU>  rushKl In mid ������*iiiiik to in������r u tew ���������*���������(���������������������������  -iuM witn nn Hi** torcf of liis in-iiii'  ������!m:i lu* silpjx-*.! to tlii? Moor nno  luurclt'i'd to tl.f cioppt. .Miirgtuet open  fd tiro,door I*��������� ?iIy utive ������>ui������ glnnt't* ai  tlif ilgtot, ������'iiiM'ii*-il Ins ll������r*������ t'liHl. wiiiu  ing Imudi*. <iiuil)fu on :t box. .Miirgari't  Hhui tit-T eye* nml closi'd tin' Uoor  Then Hlif sim iiiiii tlKti'tii'd. Wns tlio  nlr pure enouytr.' .,p������s;*|biy lie ini'ilr  .motn.er.     Kin'   imo   ivnu   Honii'tlniij-  _��������� ...���������-���������     ..    ..,.     1^^...... ^11...    ..I*...*..  *������������je iuuiu ii������*ii������   ii i.'. .....|,. ��������� ���������    ���������-.. ���������  liii'TWHlly anil on������*m'U Un* door,    itlu.v  wn������ draw ii up on tin* bos In a Unit*  iK'iip, HMl In' llfli'il ������ dlsn|i|u'oviuii���������race  . lu lUM'.  "Shut ib'it door!' be smltl     "I ain't  ibei'ii in u������?rt* iiir>iirvloug enough yet!"  "I've thought all night," said t^3  knew she bad to have her diploma in girl at breakfast, '-and 1 can't see any  order to enter the college she wanted way but to borrow the money of Uncle  to attend, but sbe did notdare utter the   Wesley  and pay it back from some  CHAiPTftB XIII.  tiWftersin   Elnora  Has  More  Financial  troubiss. ������nd Her Mother Again Re*  fu������f������* to H������lp H*n  \HK  noxt   nljjjht  ICInora  liunU'd  to HIihoii'h.    Sbi" thri-w opvu  llii*   luii'lc   door  nud   t-uurciiud  Murgiiivi'i*  raco wiih auxluus  ���������yen.  "Vou goi It!" |)iiti<od Binora. "Vou  ������ot ft:   1 can wo by your race that you  "tl>*(.i| ������ut It, Uonoy-I got It, all right,  but doo't bo m tiiHt. Yoii <-nn't linve |t  burori tRaturdny. It bail been kept In  eur-li n Jnmp piiu-o i; tir-fdcd gluing,  It hud to imvo sti'lngN, and a key was  gono. I knew how much you wanted  It, uo I aeut Wi'SU-y ri^ut io lowu wiili  It. They nntd they could Hx It good  ss new, but It Htiuuid bv vurnliiht'd mid  that tt would take several day* for tho  glue to wet. Vou can have It SntUrdu y."  "Saturdny morinlug."  I  "Uo junt fluid ttnturdoy. *But, Rlnora,  you'vo got to proinlno mo that you will  i������.i<r>������   <������   huff,    ���������������������  in   fn*****     ������fif*   not-   lol  your mother Ket u hint ot It. 1 don't  know wbut aUc d do.*  "Uncle- Wealey can bring It here until Monday. Thin l will tako It to  school ������<j that 1 can nrncUco at noon.  ^^���������^.^���������S^Jff.  0He  ^rew  "the   cow   Across  Thsys   Is.  Whispering Measure.  She did remember to ask for the bill  and she was gravely presented with  a slip calling for four strings, one key  and a coat of varnish, total si.50.  N As soon as her work was done she  ran down to Slnton's and began to  play, and on Monday, the violin went  i- school witU her., She made arrangements witb ilie superihteiideut io -leavo.  Si in ui."*--office:-and ��������� scarcely.' took nine  for iu*i- tood lit noon, she was so eager  !u 'iractit'e. iierYjkil! was ss; g*v:it  .that.-the u-ndcf. of-tlie .orcbesira ot-  ��������� ���������jered to. givt*. iicr is'ssons it stie w.otiin  play; To pay lor tbeni. so'tier progress  was/rapid iii-i'eciinirai work. lint trom  tbe^ tirst day tlie instrument uecauie  liers. with.perfect taitu that sue couibt  play'as n*������r "Htliiir -id. sJif stu'iit nail  Per practice . lithe''in imitating t-lie  sounds bf all outdoors and improvisluc  the sougs ber happy heart sang.  Sd the tirst year went, ami tlie second and third were a repetition; out  the fourth waa different, for that was  the close of tlie'-course, ending with  graduation and all its attendant ceremonies and expenses. To minora these  appeared 'mountain bigb. She bad  boarded every cent, thinking twice  before sbe parted with a penny, but  teaching natural history in the grades  ijuu taken tinier from u&r stiuiies id  school wblcn must foe made up outside. She was a conscientious student,  ranking first-in most of ber classes and  standing bigb in alt tbe branches. Ber  interest in ber violin had grown with  the years.  Three years had changed Elnora  from the girl of sixteen to the very  verge of womanbood. She bad grown  tall, round nnd uer face uad tbe loveliness of perfect complexion, beautiful  eyes and hair and an added touch  from within that might bave been called comprehension?  out*   w'"j������  ou   uunOrOcu   iii   utM*  C.*������o*jC3  and ber music thnt she had not been  able. to gather specimens as nmnil.  When she realized this and hunted  nssldlously, sue soou found that  changing natural conditions nud affected such work and specimens were  'scarce.  All the time tbe expense of books  clothing and incidentals had continued  Elnora added to her bunk account  whenever she could and drew out wher.  wiii* was compel led. but she omitted the  important feature of calling for a bul  unco. So ono curly nprlng morning Ir  Ilie ln������t quarter of iho fourth yonr slu  nltnost fainted when she learned thai  till her funds wciv j;otu\ Couiniow'*-  ment, with Its extra expense, was com  ing.   SlUKtuid uo money nnd vory few  word until high school was hnlshed, for  instead of softening, as she hoped her  mother had begun to do, she seemed to  remain very much the same.  When- the girl, reached the swamp  she sat on a log and thought bitier-iy  over the absolute expense she was  compelled to -meet. Every member of  her particular set was having an expensive photograph taken to exchange  with tbe others. Elnora loved these  girls and boys, and to say she could  not have their pictures to keep was  more than she could bear. Each one  would give to al! the others a handsome graduation present. She knew  tbey would prepare gifts for her whether she could make a present in return  or not. . Then it was the custom for  each graduating class to give a great  entertainment and use the funds to  present the school with a statue for  the entrance ball. Einora had been  cast for and was practicing a part in  tbat performance.- She was expected  to furnish her dress and personal necessities. She bad been told that she  must bate a green dress. And where  was it to come f rom ?  Every girl of the class would have  three beautiful new. frocks for com-  luenoement���������one for the baccalaureate  sermon, another, which could--be'plainer, for graduation.'exercises, and a  handsome one for the banquet and ball.  Einora faced the past three years and  wondered bow she could have spent, so  much money and not kept account of  it. She did not realize Where, it had  gone. She did not know what she  could do now. Sbe thought over the  photographs and at last settled that  question to her satisfaction. She studied longer over the gifts; ten handsome  ones tbere must be, and at last decided  she could arrange for tbem. Tbe green  dress came first. The lights would be  dim in the scene and.the setting deep  woods. She could manage that She  simply could not have three dresses.  She would have to get a very simple  one for the sermon arid do the best she  could for graduation. Whatever sbe  -got for that must be made with a  guimpe that could be taken out to  make ft a little more festive for the  ball.- But where could she get even  two pretty dresses?  The only hope she could see was to  break   Into her .collection,  sell  some  moths   and   try   to   replace  them   in  .Tune.    But she knew that never would  do?     No  .lime ever  brought  lust  the  things she hoped,    tr she spent the col  iope nionoy slit* knew slie could not n-  place it-   it sin* did not The only wax-  was, to try for n  room in tbe grades-  nud len'-ii.n year.   Her work ���������there iniii  lioen  so np|i*.'coiirt('(l   that   Kiunru   t������-:'  '.villi tbe'rerumtU'Midatlon she knew sin  could *uet from the superintendent am  iencuers she ���������'���������>ul������ st-i-uro a I���������������.'*''tion  Stic wanted to start to'college xviii".'  tlu*:other girls were uolng. If she cmHf*  make tlu* tlrst yeai alone she couin  manage lhe rest. Hut. make that lirsi  year herself she must. Instead or sen  ing any of- tier collection, slip umsi  aunt ns she never before hud hunted  and Hnd a yellow i-.'mperor. "She hnd to  bave It, that was all. Also, she had to  have those dresses. She thought oi  Sin too nnd dismissed It. She thought  of the- Bird "iVouiau and knew she  could not tell ber. She thought ot  every way In which she ever bad hoped  to earn  moiitw  aim i-uii/.t-u  iiiuL xvii'n  the piny, committee meetings, practicing and liual examinations she  scarcely had time to live, mucti less to  do more work than the work required  for nor pictures and gifts. Again Elnora was In trouble, and this tlmo It  seemed tho worst of all.  lt was dark when she arose and  went homo.  "Mother," she said. "1 hnvo a piece  of noxvs that Is decidedly not cheerful.   My monoy Is nil gone."  "Well, did you think It would last  ���������foitivei'.V ll's been a luurvel lo i-i'llml  It's bold out as well as It has, tho way  you've dressed nnd gone."  "1 don't liiiuli I've s|iuuL uny Unit 1  was not compelled to." snld Elnora.  'I'vo dresficd on Just as little os I pos  ifv<  that the Bird Woman will owe me,  when 1 get one more specimen. But  that meau's that I can't go to���������that I  will have to teach this winter, if I can  get a city grade or a country school."  "Just you dare go dis^n*** after Lesley Sinton for money," cijled Mrs. Com-  stoels.   "You won't do any such'thing'"  "1 can't see any other way. ^{ve got  to have tbe money!"  "Quit, 1 tell you!"  "1 can't quit���������I've gone too far!"  "Well, then, let me get your clothes,  and you can pay me back."  "But you said you had no money 1"  "Maybe I can borrow some at the  bank.    Then you can return it when  the Bird Woman pays you."  -"All right," said Elnora. "I don't  have to have expensive things. It  will be warm, so 1 can go bareheaded."  Then she started to school, but was  so tired and discouraged she scarcely  could walk. Four years' plans going  in one day! For she felt that if she  did not get started to college that fall  sbe'never would. ..  After that the days went so swiftly  she scarcely had time to tbinjk, but  Several trips her mother made to  town, and the assurance tbat every  thing was all right? satisfied Elnora.  She worked very hard to pass good  final examinations and perfect herself  for the play. For two days she had  remained in town with the Bird Woman in order io spend more time practicing and at her* work.  Often Margaret bad asked about ber  dresses for graduation, and Elnora had  replied that they were with a woman  in tbe city who had made her a white  dress for last year's commencement  when she was a junior? usher, and  tbey would be all right. So Margaret.  Wesley and Hi liy concerned themselves over what tbey would get her  for a present Margaret suggested a  beautiful dress. Sinton said thai  would look to every one as if sbe needed dresses. The thing was to get a  handsome gift like all the rest would  have. ',-.'-. ..-..���������'  It was toward the close of the term  when they drove to town one evening  to try to settle this important question.  They knew Mrs. Comstock had been  aione several days, so ihey asked her  to accompany them.  While they were searching the-stores  for. something on which ail of them  could decide Mr. Krowniee met Wesley  and stopped to shake hands.  "I see your boy came out finely," he  said.  "1 don't allow any boy anywhere to  be finer than Billy." said Sinton.  "I guess you don't allow any girl to  surpass Elnora," said Mr. Browulee.  "She comes home with Ellen often, and  my wife and I love ber. Ellen says  she is great in her part tonight. Best  thiug in the whole play. Of course  you are In to see it. If you haven't reserved seats you'd best start pretty  soon, for the high school auditorium  only seats a thousand."  "Why, yes, ot course." said the bewildered Sinton.   Thon be hurrie  X'������~<ViiiffiJ&#f<!*������fitV; ^'/ -W,i, \^,>ti -(1 *Tt/*'>;**"W?.KW������BK������!^.iS^  THE   HOME  OF   THE.  TRANSIENT  GOMMQDiaUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  THE BEST AND MOST  POPULAR   HOTEL. IN  THE KOOTBNAYS  Run on strictly up-to-date  ines. Unexcelled service in  all r departmentSc Kitchen  staff (including cook) "all  white ladies. Every comfort  and attention given to gue-ts  The bar is s upplied v.-ith  only the best brand of goods.  Porters Meet Trains  ". A. HERQN,  MAtVA&&&  mSSmm^S  <ev*    iv  cocoons to open In June, which would j .|b|   oouU, t0 l{0pp ROlnffi   i nm nLM7rt  be too late. She hnd one collection for  the HIia Womnn complete to n pair o]  lintiorl.Ul/-i moths, nnd that waa hot  only in-set. On the day sho added thest  big yellow Em pen i r������ win* xvould get" fl  cheek for S'lllU lint: nhe would not |������ol  it until these speiluieiiH were neoured  She remembered that she never hud  found nn Kinperor hprnre .lime.  Moreover. Unit sum wns ror Her flrsl  year tu college. Then she would be ol  age, ami kIic meant lo sell enough ol  her fih.-irc of her fathcr'n land to lliihh  Hhw knew her mother would oppoftc bar  bitterly In that, for Mrs. Comstock had  ���������Jllilf,    tu   WI".*    HOC-   4I4IU    i.ll:0   111111.   UW  longed to her hUHbaud. Oer land wats.  ikitiiowt. I'omplulo tort'Ht whoro her  neighbors owned cleared tarmu dotted  with wells that cvpry hour uueked oil  from bwienth ber hokHmr*. hut dim was  sick. 1 thotiKht. 1 had ovor $80 to put  mo through commencement, but thoy  tell mo it hi nil gone."  "In my opinion you'd host brine  home your boolcH and quit right now,"  mild Mrs. Coiuslock. "You can't bo  lived like Ihe rest or thom. Don't bo  eo foolish ������f������ to run Into It. .lust stay  hero nnd lot ihcae Inst fow days go.  You can't lonrn enough woro to ho ot  any account."  "J can't!" wild Elnora desperately.  "I'vo gone on too long. It would muko  n brook lu everything. Thoy wouldn't  let mc hnvo my diploma!"  "Whnt'H tbo dl-crcnco? You'vo got  tho stuff In your head. I wouldn't givo  <! r������ip fer e, Hcrap vi paper. Thnt don't  tucau anythlngl" -  Margaret   "Say,"   he said,  "there Is*  going to be a play at the high school  tonight,  and   Elnora  is  in  it    Why  hasn't she told us?"  "1 don't know," snld Margaret, "but  I'm going." y  "So am !." said 2i!!y.  "Me, too," suid Wesley, "unless you  think for somo reason sbe don't want  us. Looks like she would have told us  If she had. I'm going to ask ber mother."  "Yes. that's what she's been staying  In ��������� town fbr," said Mrs. Comstock.  ���������'It's some sort of a swindle to raise  money for tier class to buy some silly  thing to stick up tn tbo scboolhousc  hall to remember them by. 1 don't  know whether It's now or next week,  but there's something of the kind to  bo done."  "Well, it's tonight." sold Wesley,  "nnd we nro going. It's my treat, and  we've got to hurry or wo won't gel In.  There's reserved scats, aud wo hnvo  none, so It'a tho gallery tor us, hut I  don't enro so 1 get to tako ono good  poop nt Elnorn."  "S'pose she plays?" whispered Mar-  gnrei lu "������Ih oar.  "Ah, lush! Sho couldn't!" snld Wesley.  "Well. ������he'������ been doing It three years  In ihe orchestra and working liko n  hIiivo at It."  "Oh. well, that's different She's In  tho play tonl������nt. Brownleo told mo so.  Como on. quick! We'll drlvo and bitch  clonen* placo we can tint! to tho build-  lug,"  Mnrgnret went In tho excitement ot  tho moment, but sho was troubled.  Wl'Tt     thev     re'iehnd     tlio     hullriltr-t**  Wosloy tied the team to a railing and  Hilly sprang out to help Margaret  Mr**. Comstock sat hIIII.  "Como on. Kale," said Wosloy, roach-  tno: his hand.  -  Own your car���������don't  let it own you. A new  Mr. Dooley rises to  remark that there are  only two kinds of cais-  ''the Fords and the  cu't affords." ' You'll  want a Ford when the  season is on. 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Tlie*������  pills aro oxcoedlni'ly nawarbil iu ���������rt-a'ilutlnf- tho  irfliicriiilvo portion of tlio Icmule uvHtoni. Hefuuo  all chunp IniltallonH. ���������������������.���������������* Van ��������� ure Bold nt  nn hn*. or Hirefl for 110. Mailed to ������ny utfdrm.  ID* aool)nll jytns Co., nt, On.������*������vln������������, Oni,  ���������ijADii'JH, cull at our ntoro aud look  ovtr onr hupply ol Mc-CuIIh pftttorns juhI,  cn������H jiihit ri'cnivcil,    ,S. A. Spool's,  A������������������Mirabelli  ma&tttBlo jQinsS  A SREOIALYY  Tli".n 1������-������i"    it*       "...,..t.'       , *l  boots and saocs.  "-.I- ���������'."-rr'.^w.-^.^vr-,  m.���������.'l ,.,..���������i,iii .i..iii.mi luinnnnMl.m4lrlll,������l������_������-4  immmmmmmammam  iliii-ilii'iii-a_i'-i_-i  ttiis  IhiritliUMHMHli  aiiiwi  ___i _ ';_���������;'". 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A v^-V.,..-    n r>������-.iir*.  >!?i  Wurd, Lock & Co., Limited  London,  Melbourne A, Toronto-  -_y  JURY  ACQUIT A  MURDERER  TRIES TO STRANGLE JUDGE  The Unwritten Law Viewed in France j Jurist   Has  Terrible    Ptruggle     With  From Standpoint of Approval j Camcrrist He Had Just Sen-  Paris,   France.���������The   assize     court) tenced  at Dijon, triad a farmer named Ernest'  The Sweetest Story ever  told is to tell you of  the purity and  sweetness of  ClfrTU'C  DifOIOO  IA1WIQ   I'TJMkS  just fresh picked fruit and  granulated sugar  WHAT C0UL& BE SWEETER  You can get   them   trom  your   grocer  aw���������w������*wwww������������������������������������_���������������������������������������������������������������������������������i������������������-   ^   n m^������������������������������������������������������������������������_wwwi  The next moment he was kneeling  good of you to look me up soy'quickly.  How are you? /  Reuben laughed. I haven't changed, have I, I shall never change.  God made me like this ,and there's  no hope for me���������bn* there's still hope  for you, isn't there?  A puzzled expression front infrn  Francks eyes. He made Reuben alt  down, and he stood facing hnu. .t_a.n  there was silence.  Well, how 'is everyone? he jerked  out at last. Are you all well at  home? ,  Reuben kept bis eyes on Francks*  face. Yen don't want to know that,  you waut to know how Iris ia! She's  not as pretty as -she used to be, 'Love  hasn't done her any more good than  it has done you. She's looking for  work, loo; she'll have to earn her living now, we've lost most of our money.  Francks winded and turned away.  You hate me, don't you, Reuben, because I hurt her? Well, you're right to  hate me���������if yon only know how I  hated myself, bow lately I've boen  tempted to chuck it all up and get  out of it.  (To be Continued"  DRUGGED HIMSELF IN TUNNEL  (Continued)  How did you get these? she cried,  Jumping to ber feet. _What are you,  going to do with them? They belong  to me, Mr. Saintsbury promised to return them to me.  You should never trust a lawyer���������  unless he's a Jew, Roberts said quietly.  With an effort Iris controlled herself. You want to sell them to me���������  how much?  I never s-p-11 the secrets of my  clients; true, 111 take the last penny  they possess, that's my business! You  said the Jewish race is the most powerful one in the world; that's because  we're accumulating the wealth of the  world. All the gold men waste, all  the gold tbey spend on vicious pleasures, follies eventually gets into our  hands. We lend it to tht-m at a  price but it always returns to us. But  there are some things we neither buy  nor sell. We don't sell our honor,  our women; we don't sell love. The  Honorable Fred Scribner tried to buy  you for his wife, didn't be Miss de  Fontaigne? He's deeply in debt to me.  If I'd given him these papers and he'd  forced you to marry him he would  u3V6 been able to pay me what he  owes me; Im not going to give them!  to him. ^ j  Why not? she gasped. j  Ke looked at her steadfastly for a;  few   seconds.       Don't   ask   me   that j  now, you'll know one day.    I sent for!  you to set your mind at rest.    These  papers are safe in    my    possession;  neither Mr.   Saintsbury    or Scribner  will ever see or touch them again.  She looked at him appealingly; she  drew her chair   close    to    his;    shej  spread out her hands.    She was very 1  beautiful and at that moment few men j  would have been able to resist her .-----��������� . ��������� , - - -  ���������  "Won't you give them to m*? she whis-j before th* safe;  the great iron aoors.;     L-_a0_f England.���������An ex-army of-  pered. | slowly  swung open.       ��������� e  saw num-' Goer's   uusuec-s-sfui   struggl**  to  cure  He shook his head. j erous papers and documents, a large, kJQ^if  o{-  tae   drug  habit   was  des-  Will you sell them to me? ' cash box. hut he did not touch that. ��������� cj.".-^ at a_ inquest at Guston, Dover,  They"are priceless. ! He searched quickly, quietly. j on Claude W.     Lawrence   'Marshall.  She lay back in her chair, her eyes; At last he found what he wanted; j aRed 41> of independent means, whose  ���������fr-ilf closed. I dont understand, "she. an insignificant little bundle of letters | b0(jy was found in a railway. A  ssid wearily? why did you send for me? i tied with a piece of red tape.      He^bfc."^-  hypodermic  syringe  and  two  Roberts picked up the morning news- j slipped them into the breast-pocket of i empty drug botties were found near  paper from his desk and handed it to> his coat, then with cunning fingers? the body. Dr. Marshall was foriner-  her. Is it possible you haven't seen! replaced everything just as he found; \y an officer in the South Staffordshire  this announcement? jit,   closed  and  locked the iron door, j regiment.  g_e took the Morning Post from him | then stooping still lower he pushed the j Mrs. Marshall stated that her hus-  and with flaming cheeks read the an-  ' ~* * "     "* "'"  nouncement of her engagement to the  Honorable Frederick Scribner.  That's not true. s.he cried furiously.  How dare he! This is an outrage!  He asked, me to marry him, he tried  to frighten me into accepting him,  but I refuted.  Roberts shrugged his shoulders and  rising put the papers back into the  safe and locked it. Reuben was  watching him. Then he returned to  feis seat again facing Iris*  I thought that probably he was trying to bluff you into accepting him,  pretending that those documents  1 w������re in his pnsse-Sion. and ao force  you to marry him in order to save  Mr. Francks further unpleasantness.  He held out his hand. So you see  , you are safe, Miss de Fontaigne, no  one can hurt you or Mr. Francks.  She took his hand and    looked   at  liim mystified.  You���������she whispered.  He held hor hand a long time but  he did not reply.      And suddenly ha  Gauthler for the murder of a neighbor  named Fufey, whom he surprised with  his wife. Gauthier dealt his rival  (two blows with a spade and the man  died the next da> . The farmer also  attacked his wife and then gave himself up to the police. Mme. Gauthier committjd suicide a few days  later.  At the trial, the judge mildly reproached Gauthier, and informed him  that it would have^been easy,for him  to obtain a divorce.  Addressing the    jury,    the    public  Naples.���������-An attempt has recently  been made by a vJaminorist pri&o'iief  to strangle a judge at the Naples  1 criminal court recently. Two members of tlie Neapolitan Camorra, Spal-  anea and Guadagni, were found  guilty of theft, and were each sentenced to^ sixteen months' imprisonment.- ������������������.--..  Immediately sentence was pronounced the prisoner Guadagni, a man of  Herculean proportions, foiled the two  carabinieri. who were on guard and  escaped from the iron cage in which  pro7ecuTor"s������idT Give 'hiin a few weeks j ^^^"^u,.^!.^^6!.^^'?  in prison, a Jew days for the principle.  After examining the facts and emphasising the shortcomings of the dead  woman, he concluded: Having regard  to all the circumstances, would it not  be better for you to exercise your  sovereign right and pardon the accused?  Tbe jury after a brief deliberation  brought In a verdict of acquittal.  Former English Army Officer Discovered Dead in .'ather Strange  Circumst-nos  Constipation  VanisRes Forever  Prompt Relief-"Permanent Cure  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER. PILLS never  (ail.   Purely veget-  od'ic���������act surely     .���������__  but (gently on ^m  the fiver.  Stop she*  dinner  dull  cure indigestion���������-improve the complexion��������� brighten  the eye*. Small Pitt, Small Dost, Small Price  Genuine muabcar Signature  MYSTERIOUS MIDNIGHT TRAGEDY  the judge, and blacked the eye bf a  lawyer who attempted to stop him,  while two ushers each received a blow  on the nose.  There was a wild stampede from  the court, and the present rose and  wrapped himself in his robes as  thoug*ii uncertain whether to beat a  retreat. The infuriated Camorrlst  clambered up to the judicial bench  with amassing agility, and seized the  assistant judge nearest to him. Cav-  allei-e Vltelll, "by the throat and attempted to throttle 'him.-.Both-fell  to the floor in the e'esperate struggle.  Barristers and policemen erieavored  to separate them, but several minutes  elapsed before the grip of the prisoner could be released, and the man put  in chains. The unfortunate judge  when released was in a state of collapse.  The Immensity    of nature    strikes  every one  with the same awed feel  ing.  No, it doesn't. I took a girl to the  circus once, and she told me she  thought the hippopotamus was cute.  m\\\tmmm  {\mmm-  'eelingOufQf  ,m  II  will Bet you right. - Its invigorating, action on the liver and  digestive organs will clear  your brain and give you a new  Interest in work or play.  Take A Bottle Home  3*1  -ii-iiiii������iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iiiiiM  Missing  Have  bunch of kevs under the safe. J band had been addicted to the drug  Rising to* his feet  he pulled haCK * habit for several years,  taking mor-  the blind and looked out of the w.n-* p_ia and cocaine.    He broke off the  dow        Bond  Street  was almost de-1 habit last year for a time, but could  serted, all the shops were closed.  ~.       -_.-2_~     -U~      A^/-.o-3������vrl      til 4a     WlOffl.  through the outer office, closing the  not do .without tbe drugs, ana resumed  them. She had known hira to go  into this railway tunnel for the pur-  door   behind   bim.       He   heard   **<e j pose of injecting" morphia into his leg.  click of the Chubb lock, tried the han- j He went into the tunnel because  i-  die to make sure that aii whs safe,  then descending to the ground floor  passed out unperceived and clambered on to a penny omnibus.  At Piccadilly he changed. Instead  of taking a Hammersmith motor  which would have carried him home,  he got on to an omnibus which wen-  to the Strand.  At the Savoy Hotel he alighted and  walking through . the silent paved  courtyard, he pushed open the circular  doors, and at the bureau demanded  to see Mr. James Francks. The  clerk turned to the arrival list and  searched it.  Oh, yes, arrived about au hour ago,  he muttered.     If you'll give me your  turned away,  and touching the beii, [ card I-.I1 send it up  the door opened, and Faber waited for!     I haven't a card, Reuben muttered;  IrlB and her brother to pass out  Whon thoy had gone Aaron Roberts  remained deep in thought for some  time, then ho interviewed a couple  . more clients, transacted Bomo very  lucrative business, and glancing at his  WBtch prepared to go home.  He' closed the bureau and was nhout  to lock It, but tho keys were not In  bin pocket. He turned to tho safe,  they were not there, but the door was  firmly locked. He shouted to Faber  and thoy searched every hole and  corner In tho office, but they were not  to be found.  An ugly expression crept into tlie  Jew's eyes. That's queer, ho grunted.  I'll telephone down to Scotland Yard;  you'd bolter not say anything to the  hou&ekeopor. Thoy must have been  stolon.  Who could have stolon thom? Faber shouted.  tell him Mr.  de Fontaigne wants to  sec him at once.  A page boy sped away, and returning presently conducted Reuben to a  private sitting-room on the second  floor overlooking the Thames Embankment.  CHAPTER XIII  The room was empty. A small  suit case rested on a chair near the  window. It was open, and some of  Mie contents were scattered about, as J  if the owner had made a hasty search  for something. On the round table  in the centre of the room was a lady a  dressing case, also open. Glancing  at it Reuben noticed that the fittings  wore of gold, and that on each dainty  nrtlclo wero engraved tho initials  E.F.  Evidently a wedding present. Close  behind It a small square, solid leather  was dark there, and he objected to  making the injections in the light. He  told her once that after he had injected morphia into his leg in the tunnel  he became unconscious on the bridge  just above. She thought that on  this occasion he might have become  unconscious in the tunnel. She once  found -him unconscious in a pit as a  result of the drug. Mrs. Marshall  added that her husband was very  bright and showed np signs of suicide .  Evidence as to the finding of the  body pointed to the fact that Mr.  Marshall had his Ijack against the  wall of the railway tunnel and was  leaning down injecting morphia into  his leg when the train struck him; or  else that he had made the injection  and lost consciousness In that position  at tho time of the fatality.  It was-said that members of Dover  police force had frequently seen Mr.  Marshall In the vicinity of tbe spot  injecting morphia. It was mentioned  that he had injected as much as sixty  grains of morphi-. at a time.  The jury returned a verdict of death  by misadventure.  London.���������W. P. Tyrrell, of Harwich, although blinci, is bandmaster of  the Harwich Company of tho Church  Lads' Brigade. He is on no.o.omnllah-  ed concert pianist and a typist.  Artilleryman Believed to  Been Murdered by Two  Bluejackets  Malta.���������At somewhere about midnight on Thursday two Maltese boatmen reported to the police that two  bluejackets and an artilleryman had  embarked on their craft, for conveyance from Valetta to Sliema, and that  when in mid-sea the sailors and the  soldier quarreled, the former throwing the artilleryman overboard. A  high sea was running at the time and  the sailors, by intimidation, prevented  the boatmen from attempting to rescue the soldier.  On reaching the shore the sailors  decamped, and the boatmen then returned to the spot where tne soldier  had been thrown overboard, but as  thoir search- prove.." fruitless the'" reported the matter to the police. All  sailors' leave was stopped, and the  boatmen were conveyed on board each  warship and confronted, with the men  who had been given shore leave the  previous night.  Both boatmen in turn identified!  William John Payne and Albert Woodcock, both able seamen belonging to  the Royal Arthur, which arrived here  on Friday en : ->ute for China. The  missing artilleryman is Gunner Hour-  ihane, of 65 iJompaiiy ol the Royal  Garrison Artillery. He is 22 years  old.  Both Payne and Woodcock have  been arrested, and the Royal Arthur's  departure has beet delayed pending  the magisterial inquiry, which is proceeding. Both prisoners have admit-  ted having been in the boat in which  a quarrel arose, saying that they  made this statement .because leave of  all men had been stopped. Consequently they did not wish to sacrifice other men.  One of the prisoners ln his statement to the ship's commander said:  The soldier hit me and I hit him, and  being drunk he overbalanced and fell  out of the boat in*^ the. sea. Several witnesses from the Royal Arthur  are being heard, and afterward the  inquiry will be adjourned and the  Royal Arthur will sail. The prison-  era having admitted being on the boat  will be remanded.  HOW'S   THIS  We otter One Hundred Dollars Reward  for any case of Catarrh that- cannot be  cured by   Hall's   Catarrh   Cure;  F,   J.   CHENEY   &   CO.,   Toledo.   O.  We,   the  undersigned,   have   known  F. j  J.^Cheney for the last 16 years, and believe him perfectly honest In all business  transactions and financially able to carry  out any obligations made by his firm.  WALDING   KINNAN   &   MARVIN.  Wholesale Druggists.  Toledo, O.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally,  actlnR directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system.  Testimonials  sent   free.   Price   75   dents    -per   bottla.  Sold by all  druggists.  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. <���������  Weather Wise  In a certain town the local forecaster of the weather was so often wrong  that his predictions became a standing  joke, to his no small annoyance, for  he was very sensitive. At length,  in despair of living down his reputation, he asked headquarters to transfer  him to another station.  A brief correspondence ensued.  Why, asked headquarters, do you  wish to be transferred?  Because, the forecaster promptly  replied, the climate doesn't agree with  me.  When buying your Piano insist on having: an  ���������TTT.-iTSTf  SS  Piano Action  Only One "BROMO QUININE" "���������"-  That is LAXATIVE BROMO    QmNT'N'R..  Look for the signature of IB. WT GROVE, j  Cures  a   Cold  in   One  Day.    vjures  Gripj  ,n Two Days.,    2Ec. "*~"        '.���������    j  Bluff  Mr. Badgerton is here, sir, said the  chief clerk.    Shall I show him in?  No, replied the great organizer, let  him wait in the ante-room for about  three-quarters of an hour.. He has a  big proposition, but I am anxious to  keep him from getting ^the idea that  I consider it worth while.  REAL ESTATE PROFITS  We only handle property of sterling  merit, on -wnich w������> are prepared to  guarantee profits.  "Our WOODUWN."   ST.     VITAEj,  and "DEER- LODGE"  properties    are  good investments.      We want a good  agent to represent us in every town  5 For terms apply,  wti. i  STEWART & WALKER, LTD.  Sterling. Bank Building,  Winnipeg  "Don't  waste   time  writing  if  you  do not mean business."  REST AHD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND 6HIU..  Mrs. Winslow'b Soothing Syrup bas beeat  used for Over SIXTY YEARS by MII,t,IONa ������  MOTHERS for their.-CHIIA>REM - .WH3-.S:  TEETHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS, tt-  SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the _tJW-k'  A1J.AVS sll TAI**-:; CURES WIN" COI.SC, *a*  is the best remedy for IWARSiMHA. *t %������ abr  sslutcly harmless. Be sur������ atwl aslc for "Mf*r  Winstar's Soothing Symp," and take so QtiXVf  kind.   _we������ty-_vccitot_a bottle.  If I know that, you fool. 1 shouldn't  case.     iteubon looked at it curiously,  trouble Scotland  Yard,    Roberta    re-   touched it.     It contained rows of tiny  plied.  ���������       *       ���������  It was nearly seven o'clock. All  the offices in !W, Now Bond Street  wore cloned; tho hoiif^keeper com-  minced to dun.* the bascnient, Rhe  did not hoar quiet footsteps pass  along tho onrrnnco hall, and liHl.ening  afteend the stairs to the fir&t floor  bottles and phials, each one neatly  and clearly labelled, a roll ot sticking plaster, and some small bandages.  Looking up ho swept tbo room with  his eyes. On the right, was a door  wide- open, it, led into a passag- at  tho end of which was another door,  cU-vort. He thought lie detected  the sound of muffled voices proceed-  The politician    doesn't   appreciate  persons with long memories.  To  THE  KNOW  HOW  Feed!   Children    and    Get  ? Results  Good  A man stood outj-idr- the door lead-j ing  from   tlie   innor  lotiiu.       To  liibj  Jm*; to Aaron Robert's room, a srnnll  insignificant, distorted (inure. Ills  clammy bands fumbled with n bunch  of keys. Presently the door opened,  lie llfttoiied a few motin nt;, tlii-n clos;-  i-B it. s-oftly h-cY'lnd him, cr"j>t tUTOHi*  tho office and opem-d lln- iluoi* iiiaiki d  private. /"Urali! be IlHtonod and  laughed   Hoi'ly   to  himself-.  JjySiJLTING ENGINEER  ENDORSES GIN PILLS  ao nron������1v/ay, New York.  ���������"I lioiiyht Mini: ot" ymir GIN PI 1,1.5  dt Vict-in, P-.C. Inst Rojittnnli'-r, Yonr  remedy I find, nt iV������ yearn ot nj.'e, to  civ** M-rfect relief from the Kidney nnd  Jlluililcr rrnubU*** ini-nient to orient >ny  age. I urjjentlyrrcomrnrrid (Vf N IM1.I.S  io (li.-mls .i~i ix.iu^ ill-: cm- tl.i'i; tint  does me };ood."     IY O. VVUOJjl'OKi.*.  50c, a ho 1, 6 for $2.50. M^������*-}' bwk  If T.1N PILIjR foil, -amr,'** lr<*-* if yon  write Nutionnl lirng ������mi cncuiicwl co.  ������    -' , *   ��������� I      m. ,  ,, f  444    *w.*44������4ll..l ,    *.44^4. .<������V4,     X Xf ������>..,.. ,.?,  left, wnfi a door.    That was closed.  Presently ho picked up one of tho  bottles, looked at it, then held it up  to tho light. Tho liquid It contained  w;ui a '..range, and wonderful green,  like the green one f-oiwtlinoB Koca iu  lln- il.-jillis of an unruffled ocean.  The color seemed to fnscinatn blm.  it, e.aist. a hhiulow on liU* haudu an It  lu'i-M-il   ilii-mi-.;.!      ti)--     be-llle. Tie  opened   bis   large   ulrnniro   eyes  very  wide.  That Httlo bottle or nea green liquid conjured up vIhIodr for him,    He  i hjiw facef' or men and women staring  1 at him, lif-olC'-ining him, luring lit in on  ���������lurlnf- blm Into the depths oT an itn-  I Utiowh oriiiii ul   the bottom of, which  1 a  wonderful  gsivden .'(roielieil���������;i  giir-  ���������den nt perue jirirl  h:ipfiltie,sH nnd love,  7������.    '  Thoro aro more norvous porBOiiB  mado so by undigested food lying In  tho stomach than tho avorago Individual would suppose.  If food remains undigested ln tho  stomiich, it begins to formont, sot up  gas and a largo portion is thus converted into poison.  That's why imperfectly dige-sled  food, may, and often docs, causo Irritation of tho nerves and .sLii|>m- of Iho  mind���������brain and norves aro really poisoned.  "My daughter had coniplninod for  somo tlmo of a dUtrcssod feeling ln  tho atomne.h, aftor eating, which net  rue thinking that her diet waa not.  right," writer! an anxious and Intelligent mother.  "She had boen fond ot corrals, hut  bail never Irlr-il Orr-po-Nutr,. From  rending the account of this prpdlgost'-'d  food, It seemt-d reasonable to try  a rape-Nuts for her case.  "The results wero reniiy womlerrul  The littlo bniln that seemed nt. tlm-v-i  nimble to i|o its work, look on ivw  life nnd vigor. K.'ory inovnii"' tew,  before lining <n f-ehoo), fill" eati". the  crisp lltlli* linn"-*' is and I" now i -��������� > 111  lil"lelv nnd entirely well, -h" seonm n,  They Wanted to Hear ii  Now, children, said the teacher to  her kindergarten class, I want you all  to be very quiet, so quiet ln fact, that  yon could hear a pin drop.  Everything had quieted down nicely  and the teacher was about to Bpeak  when a ilttlo volco in tho rear of tho  school room squeaked forth: Go  ahead, ploiun, teac'.ior, and let hor  drop.  ���������i---��������������������������� ��������������������������� 1���������-im in*-.! ���������'������������������ 1 m _���������������������_������������������������>���������  Clean Stomach, Clear Mind.���������The  stomach Ib tho workshop of* tho vital  functions and whon it gets out of order  the whole system clogs In sympathy.  The nplrlts flag, tbo mind droops and  work becomoB Impossible. Tho first  caro should bo to restoro healthful  notion or t.ho stomach and tho best  preparation for that purpose Is Farm*  Gileo'a Vegotnlilo Pills. General ubo  for yoars has won thom a loading  plnco in modlclno, A trial will attest  thoir valuo.  The indications of worms are restlessness, grinding of the teeth, pick  ing of the nose, extreme peevishness  often   convulsions.        Under    thes'  conditions the best remedy that car  be got is  Miller's    Worm    Powder?  They will attack the worms as soo*  as administered and will grind their  to atoms that pass awav in the evar *j  nations.    The  little  sufferr .*   will  he  immediately eased and a return of the  attack will not.be likely.  No Encouragement  ParBon (to workman who keeps taking nips from his bottle)���������Do you  know, my man, I never tasted spirits  in my life.  Workman���������No, an' you ain't a-golng  to begin 'ere neither.  A Soft Answer  You seem to be an able-bodied man.  You ought to be strong enough to  work.  I know, mum. And you seem to bo  beautiful enough to go on the stage,  but evidently you prefer tho simple  life.  FREE Tu ALL SuFFEwE-tS*  IfyOU���������croUTOFSOKTS"RUNDOWN'or'GOTTHl������BLUE3r  SUFFER from KIDNEY. BLADDER. NERVOUS DtSBASEV  OHRONIC WEAKNESSES,liLCERS.SKJN RXUPXIOtlS.PIt.E94-'  write (or my FREE booh.  THS'most INSTRUCT!V������  UKDICAL. BOOK EVER WRU'TEN.IT TELLS ALL about tUelr  diseases and tha rewakkablk cukes effected mf  THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY. M*.. N.2. W.3.  TM-PE-A-^IOBU fcyo^aodecit-'*  B nEa!������Hr!MB^ FOR-.^*oi*������sstr  U U'������ the remedy for VOUR own ailment. Don't Mod a cast.  Absolutel/FREE. No'rollownp'cfrculari. DR.LBCt.UUr  Msa.CC.K������VS**������-rSSS'i5,U'>i������i--������i������/������u, LONDON.J3HQr  Maypole Soap  THE CUBAN  HOME    DYE  Give*   rich,  ������*������*>  colors,   free   fiom  ���������treski and abtohiN  ely tut    Does no}  dainhai���������Uoi kettle*  ������������������441 1 .. ,?ii __���������_���������  t.i coion, wui guw  any shade.  Colcri  10c, black 15c at  youi   dealer's   or  post - paid     with  booklet   "How t������  Dyc-'iio-  LDyc"l������  F. L.  BENEDICT ft CO. Montreal    .   . _     __mJ_  British a*H French Navies Unite  Ostcnd. Belgium.���������Flotillas of Brit-  levh and Fre-ncli torpedo boats, destroyers and submarines aro carrying out  a sorlos of night manouvors In cooperation, in tho English channel.  The commnndors of the flotillas aro  following common plans of action and  thoro is a frequent oxchnngo of wireless messages botwotm the vessels.  A woman with a so ret sorrow novor  rests until it Is known.  The Shirker  If you don't do your share of worlfr  in the world the chances are that  some one else will have to do It for*  you. But you woc't draw his over*  tlmo or secure his promotions, *������r  those that might \\avo been yours had  you tried. There ls a good deal of  justice In the world, regardless of  what the croakers and malcontent*  may telj you, and tho shirker, id  dodging his work, mlBses his pay.  which goes to a hotter man who'wilt  probably prosper and bo called a thief  because ho attended to bU8im*s������ and  was Industrious and polite. His com������  ponsation lies ln tho knowledge . of  work woll dono, aa Well as the material roward, and somowhat, povhiipa*  ln tbo fact that the opinion of h!a detractors mny not bo eo Important after  all.  Truth crushed to uuilh will viae  again, but nlno times out ot ton tire  automobile gets away ilrnt.  Whenever tho woathor man doe**  turn out an article cuumnW't-Mi to unit,  Botno storm or othor cornea along and  ���������spoils It.  iii.iinwi,i���������������i. ������������������ii..iwiw,ii,iwwwwwMMii..i.iii ..wii i. m nil, mmmmmmmmixxximxmllmimm ���������  (".onr   "p"n   ft*'!   M'������,"n, i  p ;i .-f,    ���������>    rif'."    p-!i"<������    m\    ITn.    -Tin    irr-n  I fi.'.'nt'-*.-" In Uio pii.f*,'',.i!'f on li'"i i'Mi',1 ir-drf'sti In I bo t'l'Mii'ich. ii"** linn'^ '���������  1 ....r"   t-'r"tru'    h"   ffiiiml  lilni'W'll'   I'lH'lii'*! |nit "nmi'l inul ���������<" 1- " .-������������������-���������'������������������wn ���������'  W.   In  >m.1  .IliiitiiV  l'l iiiif.k,'. I  l'Yir n   n'*f*ond  ur two tlio mnn 11 nd |  Mir. rrlppl'* nlon-ii nl oil'- iiimllii-r wlili-i  ....   ..   .,.,..,.,1  WlnfM riiinnwir-il to    vnit?    Ici'it'iori |  i-rimlcd   lit   ln"l .        Vmi'vi'  cuinn'i'H  Km nek h bold out    b'n    hand.    I'm  cbirl  to  hoi'  ymi. old  mnn.    id;  verv  ���������I >ini  !���������!<'      I'  l'll"l  I'l.'i'M   hv  ���������'  nor. Out,     V',;\t]  "Thi-  Villi',"    III    pl<l'!'.  "'Hl.-t-ll',.   fl    tjr,.,4,       .     ������������������  Pvi*r rft"-rl *h" .���������"���������iv-o I"  on*  nn!""-ir-,  11 ,'���������  art":   n���������"��������� n-11ri?,  iff  lntr*rri>t  -.1   ii  uul   fn  *f I  Mlnard'o Liniment Rellevea iMeuralgla.  Cheei'ul Under iJlfflcultlee  U vou mako any noise, threaloiiod  tho holdup  man, I'll  stuli' Una liand-  Ucrchlef In your mouth!  Tho victim regarded it with a ghastly  nmllo. , ,, ,  Oh. that's such nn old gng, ho pro-  lonti'd.  ��������� ��������� .    1 r , 0  Krohably there is nothing that will  inalcc a woumn i|iill.<f ho happy uh Iho  iifu-Hocidnn oT a thing hor rival wants  -uul can't, 'afford.  V"Mi Coil  Mlnf-fi Will be Merfjed  1, in,),ni,- l-'ui.r ('.<'������ at .������������' uii c./iii  ! iniiii'ii In wlilcli David Alfred Tlioinns.  < iiiinr iiii'inlioi of the firm of Tlimnnn  ! ;nu|   Dnvoy,  hni  a  prodoinluatlfig  in-  1    ll   j-    n|,      illlll       \V ll-lt'l .nun.,11      l-lll|������ll.       1.4  I ....   ,,,,,.     1 ., ,. .-       ...Ill     I   ,.    m/n-iend     ������|ltr-.l'Ml*  lin n i-lnii'l*' i-.oiiipuny, with a c-iipllal  ,,1* ('���������in.min.O'*'*,  -. u.ijj-'i...-fj.i"riTi���������r*"****"  T  finV-ax "WSVA-*_yw<-^-Mponkriaaic������ll������cth������ ������������������������������fiiiva������������%iljp  J_u-u3,tSS, JG*? B-Jfiffis'ssia oSdlfaeasa--'" sprea������a thom *****'  m***mmm. oorfcMj)dand-polJMi-i-jiwltU������yp������jiO-dU  /( mm****** *mmmmmm**tmm*mmm**m WVUf   TMUU  t-J-Cte tttfo  B-AI.AKI*-.  WE ARK all e-tcposed to ������uch dauBerB���������our only ������rmor la ffoott red  blood! Lot your stomach 0 of good dluestlon, your Hvcr activ*  and your Iuiiku full of nood pura air atiw you don't ������iirrend*ir to any of tha dl������fia������o������  IxmrinK gnmiR. Tha front known tonic aud altorutl'/o. Hi at corrocta a torpid llvr.r.  and l.olpii (ll_ent.lon no that eoad blood la manufnoturaa and tha ayatem nourinhoil, ia  Jir-erce'8 *������_r-y._L__.r��������� 1**..^���������**  xJ2*���������*?\V-\*y  Thin fjurpM* tvifdldn** haa bum flfild by im*dlr.lri������*. dealer** tu Its liquid form for  over forh'y**nr*i, r-lvli't* p*"������������������r *"*rl*'r'Hfltiori. H you prater you enn nuwubuin I>r.  riorna'a Oolilun Mndlod Dlacovary tnblel* of your drufrffiat nt $l.oo, i in l*m t-Um  cr by mall���������nond riOoirii������.������*nt'atiirnria, R.V. Marca, M. l������.. Uuifalo, N.Y., for trial bo*.  nnmoffnnt. t\t fjf<* ������r-*������������,^  c-nt ������uuxp* to pr*i^*y *k**% tut wmp&lxw wwl i-O-Utf-4,  m'mllmt\m*m^*MM^^  dUfoiumteituhMUMMiii^^ unit ���������  n-.'t4-'i,fX,i>*a**iite<it-4iM I  I  i  i  ���������I  B  9  _N*  THE   iC-l-l^riW    _*evtt?txt  t   m. ���������*���������-. f.^f va.uv fx. -X^ mm avjU    .   -A.Jl_   T f   .  ,- . .  ...'.   ���������/-���������-������������������ ' r      "  EivMUK DOES CURE PILES  Mrs.   C,   Hanson,  wire ri! the pro  wletor of lhe <_ui-_Jt4.-.cii i-io.^j  . ���������*,  Mir,  B-C, suffjred    from    piles    for{  vs-ara.      Wpiu to doctor after doctor*  *U vuin.       Finally  went  to Spokane!  nud had an operation. Twelve months  afterwards -he was as bad again.. She  ������iaya, "One day 1 read about Zam-Buk  pnd thought  I wou. .    try it.        The  ���������first one or two boxes gave me more  ease than anything else 1 had tried,  ������0 1 vent on with the treatment.      In  H xhort time I beg?- to feel altogether  different and  better, and I  saw tbat  -Kam-Bii- was going to cure me. Well.  X went on  using it, and by the time  J hid used si*< boxes 1 was delighted  to find myself entirely rured."  If yon su-'-r from this painful ailment, or from eczema, ulcers or any  pkln dlir-aae, don't was*e time. Try  gtun-Bnk. 503. all druggists and  stores. ,  Xiv     *mt.  _g    ",     ti  NEW TYPE OF SUBMARINE  WALE HELF WANTED  AGENTS WANTED  Wanted-���������Agen La for Hall anc* Wind-  4Horm Insurance.     -Apply The Canada  Weather Jnsuiance Company.  fDouilB-  Jon License). Winnlpee. Man.  FEMALE HELP WANTED  LAWKS WAITED���������To do work at  home; decorating cushion tops; can  make from $3 to $5 per da.y\ pleasant  wor . Armour Art -Co., Dept N, 43  Steele Blk.. Winnipeg?  from the X Ranch Corral a wall eyed  Pinto Broncho with a Roman nose '  and lightning heels. We have issued  A humorous descriptive circular of  this remarkable bronco with illustrations of his antics. Sent free on  ���������application to any reader of this paper.  This is the most famous circular ever  printed, in the English language. '  More than half a million copies have1  already been distributed fo advertise  our famous Pinto Shell gloves made  from tough Bronco hides. For a free  ���������opy send postal to  ^5J-SSON BAY SKETT2KG CO.  Canada's Exses* G!cve and KiU Stakei-s.  MONTREAL.   :-.?.  -ass  fflf  STOC������-F0������PS  S������M������i������UuiTg Better A ������������*������:������*-* - ������������������  m_ for t  retm-m. m* mn tmenpt <J   Mc    It* *  psoducas i  *���������_������ MQn^r r������������hin������i*_L   A-MtwtMtVf far htmuk. csmW ������a haft, - PaJa ������).M   &-.%*"  .Ilia tsnafc Timi & Prog froAic- Co. =  Moose Jaw, Sask.  Jmmmmt0K^t^mmmmmmmmammmmmsmmmmmmmmsm*mmmmimmm^mmmmmmt^mmmm*  Stewart ������^v Clipping Machine  ������u������ from sollrt Ac,! bar. enclosed, protect.   PHie_  !���������? and run la oil. Has aix foot ol new <_*L'-������_  trtyle flexible shaftand colebrated Stew ������5C|7S  S.������ S.ns.o Uir.oiuj, clipping head.   Qot       m*m*m*  M? _-?^2_ F'*EX09������-B SHAFT CO.  w-S-7   i_."^-Av'* CHICAGO. ILL.  ���������_S._oi'?n���������^?^'?eataiogofmost modern line of  noraa clipping and ehoop phearlng maoblnea.  EaVBSuBBB  ���������CSS  Dangerous , .  John, SAtd n father to his son one  day, when he caught hlni shaving  .down off hla upper-Hp, don't throw  your sflravinfi-water out where there  .*Te any bure-footed boys about, or  tiliey might get their feet pricked.    ;  X1"W*-*������*1 *���������*���������������������������    *\v+j%imm,v    l*.4"l-*1 *-.   4>/^ ������*1 n _?    li *��������� *-*-    *m     ���������������*���������*.������������������*���������  X *��������������� V*M#������ *^t      ������~ * ���������**������. j       ������,-*��������� "j* * ���������������,*     ���������>������. -* ��������� %*���������������.      UvwJ    t*    ,wVM������"  jsordance at the back. Tho 'first concordance was prepared, by French  monks in the year 124?7  LUNATIC AS MAGISTRATE  *#ltt*  en   Bench  and   Proceeds to  Dispose   of, Ordinary   Business  Paris.���������At the usual   hour   of   the  ,mac*iRterlal  Bitting at Neullly, Paris,  Smart entered  tho    court    correctly  roused, took his scat at the magistrate's dosk, began writing on papers  ,������nd whon applicautH camo before blm  -Itetcnod to them gravoly.  Somo of his qucistlotis nee mod a Uttlo Incoheront, and ono of tho appll-  tvants called tho caretaker. It was  tilu-n found Unit the uuppoHod nm-*!***  traio waa a wandering lunatic  y-iywawya-ii wmmt\  IN*, tt box ������r alk *-.*������������������ r������r *������.������*,  ������t ������ll tlMlanwL mr Tha Dodds M������������l|.  .4,....- .. .. .    M      m.'-m      '"���������  .1   Qanafta.  a   a  ��������� -*r������������Vil������������������t  W.  N.   U.  043  England  Has  Designs of Vessels C*  pable   of   Crossing   the  Atlantic  ' Lifindon, England.���������Naval develop-  liie.i^ ui a jt*j<.i<ii.itaniti uaLure aie  iakin_ place .under the -cloak of great  seeiecy.^ In the course of the next  twelve months som6 astonishing details will become kiiowntregardin������ the  changes in warship types, but mere  will be none more noteworthy than the  development of the submarine.  -An entiiely new type of underwater  craft, of considerable offensive power  and capable of crossing the Atlantic at  a high id,tt? oilseed, ls being built  for the British navy.  'l_.ese craft will carry guns, but in  addition thoy will ha^e a broadside  of torpedo tubes. Hitherto underwater craft have only mounted a  couple,   or at  the' most  three  tubes  THEATREGOEP.S WliN| STRIKE  *������r/ds'f<  Takes JustNine SecoiVds for Manager  ���������   '        to Surrender  ���������*  -  Sydney.���������1 heatregoers , - of    Mount ���������  n..nl,l������M      1..     cM...u.   .......nllniiranl    ....  unuiuici,   iu   avuw   ���������-u01.4cx.4ia,   "."HI.   v>I������  strike recently. - '     "*  The management of a travelling  -ompany demanded 2s. fuAadmission.  The visitors ,did not propose to pay  more than ls. and after a hasty consultation outside the entrance formed  a theatregoer's,union. >'Picke,ts were  stationed -and witbin a few minutes  278 people���������practically all,who >vere  tacrc���������had agreed not,to pay tne 2s.  Tne manager appeared at; the doorway and refased to make theireauired  reduction. "       ���������' < /  I'll* givo you till I count twenty said  the newly elected presideht* of the  newest union, and after sthat our  price will be-Gd.  instead Qf Is.    He  Ease That Sore Joint  ���������      NervHine Will Do It  The submarines of the M class weresJi������^?_tf?_'l1?^ii������?..?m0 aCd *  provided with four, but the newest  vessels, it is understood, are designed  to carry four tvv.n 21-inch tubes. That  is to say, they will lie able* to fire  eight torpedoes. ,     ,  The displacement of the new ships  is nt present a uinttpr of secrecy; in  somo circles it is put at 1500 tons, f  in otv. -*-rs much higher, but there is  general agreementHhat: the speed will  not he less than twenty-five knots on  the surface, which is the speed of the  torpedo-boat destroyer of eight years  ago. ��������� An armored belt and antiaircraft guns will be other features of  'he new typo and they will, of course  be driven hy internal combustion engines.  From this brief outline of.tlie qualities of the new type it is at once  apparent that the -functions of. tli?  tbrpedb-bqat ? destroyer are bemg  usurped by the submarine.  ItUs not probable that the destroyer will at once drop out of our ship-,  building program.? The new vessl's  are at present experimental^ and must  remain so'for-a couple of years or  more. ���������  In the meantime there are plans  before the admiralty for? a new kin i  of iiestrbyer, plans for which may  lead to an unprecedented move m, :���������-.  gard to-the contracting for the building of warships, and may give us a  flotilla of above-water craft of''a-speed  of forty knots and carrying several  heavy ..quick-firing guns specially  mounted for use against air-craft.  ��������� Side by side with these new types  of sub marines there" will be-? built a  number. of small under-water vessels  far purely. coastal defense purposes.  The first of tbese, at present called  the X, is being built by "Scott's Shipbuilding ?and Engineering Company at  Greeno_k. YThis is a craft of only  some 300 tons,- with a surface speed  of thirteen knots, similar to that of  our earliest submarines.  More ships of each of the^se types  will be allowed for in the forthcoming  navy estimate?  ��������� A further batch of the new kind cf  cruisers, which Mr. Churchill last  year described as light-armoreS? will  also he allowed for. Eight of cthem  are to be laid down during the: year,  ^iffo-rir.er    rk-nlTr    ir.   Vv,?n/t?. '>*of������.**������"   ��������� *?mf..~.  the ships now  building.  Particulars of the design? of? the  new battleahips-^-or, as they will m  future come to bo called, capital ship.-*  ���������are naturally not available, for publication. There is every indication  that they will be in most resnects  similar to tha Queen Elizabeths of  the current program, carrying eight  of the 15-inch guns that throw a 1950  pound shell. They will have only  oil fuel for steam-raising purposes-und  among their, batteries will be a number of 3-lrich guns on verticle mountings' for use against aircraft. ���������'*  A New.Calendar *'.  The calendar and the hours of the  day seem (to many .of" us almost like  part of the natural and immutable order of things, and ho*wever much trouble the present indefensible system  has "caused, men have felt that it was  rash���������almost impious���������'t,o suggest a  change of it. ; Give us back our  eleven" days,' cried the ibob when the,  Gregorian calendar -was introduced into Great Britain. Prom the days of  Julius Caesar to our own, he has .been  a bold reformer Indeed who would  suggest changes fn the disorderly; procession of the -n*".t**hs. ,Now enters  Moaes B. Cotsworth of Victoria, B.C,.,  with a proposal for a rational calendar.  He would dlvld- *th_ year Into thirteen  months, each of twenty -eight days,  which would k*ave one extra day in'  the year, and tli'is, J** beautifully plans  na a free day for every ono���������free from  initereat' charges on money, the necessity to Work, the wngo * scale, etc  Then each month would commence on  Sunday and the first, eighth, fifteenth  and twenty-second days of *?ach month  would be Sundays. President Hartley of Yale Is quoted as saying that  tho month of four weeks will como  as a commercial nooeisslty. The'���������'ad-  jtiBtmont to the c-ange would ho very  s>ma?l compared t,<������ that nocoRsltar.od  Whon standard tlmo was Introducer? on ]  transcontinental railways. Mr. Cr>ts-r  worth has literature to dlBtrlbuto,- poking fun at th? -oropftnt system. tf  ho wins, school children need no longer learn: Thirty days hath Soptombel*.  manager capitulated  The strike was declared at an end  and the quondam strikers trooped into  the hall; and the union was dissolved  after an existence of about twenty  minutes. *  Needles Jn China  The importation of needles at Chungking last year increased by 31,903,000  to 334,700,000. ln many parts of the  Province these are put to a use that is  not, perhaps, geneially kuown. It is  cufctomary to ornamr-jit the center of  thp roof ridge of a Chines, house with  an elaborate plaster decoration���������usually in the for*r?of a design embodying  the character fu, meaning happiness.  To .prevent this being ���������dam-aged-by the  depredations oif crows, large '���������numbers  of needles are stuck point outwards into the plaster while it is still  soft.'.  from   h-nself  can  V  suffer  Man   only  wrong;  His Reason fails as' his Desires grow  strong; ,.,        . }  Heince.wan'.ing Ballast,  and too,full  to Sail,.  - ,  He lies exposed to every rising Gale.  'Lawyers would probably starve to  death.if the food killer "wasn't so far-  behind with his work. '-  The  Chamoion ���������*' Clog**   and   'Pe'destal  Dancer of Canada' Tellfe  How to  Keep )n Trim ?  ��������� Few men in his 'profession are better known than Mr. Thomas Hogan,  of 27 Fortification Lane, Montreal, who  writes-���������"To limber up a stiff joint,  to remove every sense of soreness  trom tired muscles I can tell you nothing compares with Nerviline.' Lt  is really a wonderful liniment, and"I  use it continually ,simply because I  find it keeps the muscles aad joints  supple and entirely free from pain and  stiffness. I earnestly recommend  Nerviline to every person that requires  to use a strong, penetrating, pain-subduing liniment." \  For Rheumatism Nerviline is a wonder; for Sciatica it euros where others  fail; for Lumbago, stiffness and cold,  nothing surpass.es it. Keep Nerviline  handy���������it's good to take inwardly, destroys internal pains quickly, and is  just as good for outward application.  Large family size bottle. 50c; small  size, 25c; at all r /''rekeepers and  drusrgists-* or The Oatarhozone Co..  Buffalo, N."}?.  I would like-t<r talk to yoii about  your typewriters, said the suave young  salesman when he had been admitted  to the private office of the magnate.  Well, what have you got-to say?  How do you like the ones you have?  Ar,e. .���������JKhesy...giving., perfect satisfaction?  I dpni; krio-w anything about them.  I have no time ' to consider such  things.'  But they pl������*y an important part in  your business. I should think you  would-want to be sure that you had  ) the best.  Talk to the general manager.- I  have no time to discuss typewriters  with you. I never saw but one type-  Writer that interested me.  What kind was that, if I may ask.  A'shm biunette. I married her  and have paid no attention to auy  other since.  TRAGIC LArviP. EXPLOSION  Woman  blaze   Sets Child's jClothw  ���������  ���������.   \     on Fire -        ',  Paris.���������A dramatic scene occurred  recently outside a house-in the Faubourg St. Martin In Paris. '* \l-*  * Mme. Haumond was filling a lamp,  when it exploded and set fire���������. to her  clothes. Her husband was out, and  her two children, a baby boy \ years  old and a girl o, were in the room  with her.  The woman-rushed to the Window,  screamed for help, and as the names  from her clothing caught those o'f the  baby in her arms, she threw him down  to a woman in the a'reet who tried  to catch him in her apron. The apron  strings broke, ths baby was badly  hurt and Mme. Haumond. who threw  herself out of the window after her  child, broke both her legs.  A fireman made his way into the  house and rescued the elder child, the  girl, who had becom eunconscious.  The  baby's   condition   is  critical.  Sweet and palatable. Mother Graves'  Woriii Exterminator is acceptable to  children, and it does its work surely  and promptly.  A Sad Day  What do you consider the saddest  day of your life?  The day I consented to let my wife,  do her own cooking. .   ��������� . i  -x*<j m*. xi.  rn UTCATUCD  lU/ii fvj-niiiijjft  tf IC WE  J- ��������������� ������_ ^     * ������ <***  -i-I_  Victims Can Cure Themselves Witb  .':'Br. Wi-iams' PiakFiiis. .  With the coming of * March people  who are afflicted with rheumatism begin to have unpleasant reminders of  their trouble. The weather " is  changeable-���������balmy and springlike .one,  day, raw, cold and piercing the-next.  It is such sudden changes of weartsher  that sets the pangs and tortur.es of  rheumatism, lumbago and sciatica going.      But it must bs borne in mind  that. al'thouEch weather conditions start i u   " "_  ��������� uave xiio-xicy  ami couiu marry  , To whom it may concern: This is to  certify  that  I  have  used   MINARD S  ���������r  *-^m-rxm^-*T.x.rm      -,.... ��������� ,-!*     _ ���������      ...Hll ���������_ ���������,*.  j���������i.'.Nimjij'.N J.    ulj- &ejj.   a.s    wcil     as     pi j-  scribed it in my practice where a lini-  r__-t was required and have never  failed to get. the desired enect.  v. C. A. KING, M.D.  The Truth  Knights of the grip will appreciate  this yarn, which is told of one of their  number,. He had been summoned as  a witne-s-s in a case ait count, his employers having sued a delinquent customer, and the lawyer for the defense  was cross examining him.  You travel for the Hooque & Croo-  que company, do you? asked tihe attorney .  Yes,   sir.  , .How. long have you been doing it?  About ten years.  Been travelling all that time, have  you?    * '  Well, no, sir, replied the witness,  making a hasty mental calculation,  not actually  traveling.      I' have put  rJ������^#������*rir.rs������HT-i<Tr- f ���������".*������������������������������   ���������-co.'i  strength and nourishment  for body and brain.  Scott's Emulsion corrects  nervousness���������it is essentially a  food���������a concentrated, nourishing, curative food to restore the  healthy-action of body cells,  fortify the blood, sharpen the  appetite, make strength,  health, energy and vigor.  As j>ure as milk, it is jeadily  assimilated���������nourishes every  H organ and every tissue. Physicians everywhere recommend Scott's Emulsion with  absolute confidence in its  beneficial results. ' Don't wait  ���������start RGiS, but insist on 3  SCOTT'S. ������  , No alcohol or drugs.        3  Scott & IKygne. Toronto, Ontario  12-65  rCOLF AT OLYMPIC GAMES  ������������������       Jy.     Efal^mX 4  English Cricket, Howcv       ._  -at Berlin  I  Berlin.���������Golf will appear for ths  first time in the-Olympic Games pro*  gram at Berlii in 1918. The sched*  ule of events just drawn up by ths  German managerial committee states  that the committee ha3 decided to in>  elude golf, after rejecting cricket.  The committeyb ha. also determined  as a special compliment to the great  in about four years of that time wait-j Gerfcaan gymnastic organizatj'ons,, to  ing at railway stations, junctions and, give gymnastic expens a speciar place  watering tanks for trains. I dn the program for an  exhibition oi  this German  specialty.       The 'earns  the pains, the trouble ia deeply rooted  ill tlie. 'bi'OOd, fiuu ������������u Ouij DG CUrsU  through'the blood. All the lotions  and lfn-_e_ts in the world can't cure  rheumatism. Rubbing may seem,to  ease the pain while you are rubbing,  but there its value ends.. Only  through the blood can you cure r-h.eu-  maitism. That's why Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills have s-������ many thousands -of  cures of this trouble to ��������� their credit  The new rich "blood which they actually make drives out t!h_ poisonous acid  and rheumatism ia v.tuuui5ht!u. Amon&  many sufferers from rheumatism who  have been cured by this medicige Js  Miss Mary B. Kelly, South Dummer.  Ont. Miss Kelly says: "Some tinie  ago I had a very bad attack of rheumatism. At tlmfe-s I would be cod-  fined to bed for a couple of days and  would seem almost paralyzed with  the intense pain in-my? back and legsV  At such times I could not walk and.  my joints were still and*swollen. - t  consulted different doctors and tooH  ttieir medicine,' but did not get morf^  uhan temporary relief. At [this time  a neighbor advised me to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills aud I got a supply.'  After taking a few boxes I found they  [were, greatly helping me, and I continued their use until the trouble completely -dldaippeared. I can strongly  recommoad this medicine to others  who shffer as I did from tho pahga  and tortures of rheumatism."  If you suffer from rheumatism, or  any other .disease of the blood, begin  to cure yourself today "with Dr. Wil*  li_intj' rink Pills. Sold by all jaiidl-  clno dealers or by mall at. 50 cents a  bo*: or six.boxes for $2.50 from Tha  Dr. Williams" Medicine Co., Brock-  ville. Ont. " ,'. ���������  Ouch  Margaret, dear, t'ell me what was  your principal reason for accepting  me flj  Weii,   Percy, .you   see,   some   girls  brains;  wmle others have brains and could  marry money.-    I had neither.  Women, are naturally charitable.'  They would much rather share a secret with others than keep it.  Man wants a little here below every  few minutes.   -  *Cf m-^w    '      '    'm  jti\Quffl& ^=S?4C&Z4������  ,     &        * '** ���������  %yeM'ca^fe0uu������.  will^ also  meet  in  competition  gy:  uasts from other countries.  !It!������  Che CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, an J BCST HOt>lE  S ���������Y������, one can. buy���������Wiiy you -a9n"r ev������o have'-io 5  ������J'kht*w-^-liat KIND of Cloth your Goods'ore msdo |  I 6*C--3b Mistaken ������re Imposaible. I  ,     Send for Free Color Card, Story Booklot, rnd .3  BooldetKivinst results of Dyelns over other colors.  |  The JOHNSON-IUCHARDSON"CO., Uaitad,     g  , g ' -..i.ii'xeHi. Canaan,- |  Pretty, but Useless.  Mrs. Hugh Fraser tells* a story of  a holiday spent; in an out of the way  part of Italy. , y  She had occasion to reward a' countryman for some service with a gold  coin. Apparently he had",never seen  .such a thing before; for he looked1 at  it dubiously for a moment and then  said: It is very pretty, but I think I  would rather have money, please.  r,^-W'hen the" same sum was oountG_  "out to him in silver he took it with  loud protp-'stflitiong of gratitude smd  went away feeling, apparently,' like s.  -The actions of the man behind the,  big bass dl"um speak louder than his  words.  Better stick to your ov/n small line,  my son. rv^a other fellow's business  isn't all profit.. -'      , .ijj*r;*|  Do not foe misled  .ASK FOR  PEH  atnd LOOK for the trade-mark..  You "will thus be sure of gloves  famous for Style, Fit and Finish.  Gtnuss thai are not stamped with cither thii trade*mark or the nams  "Perrin's Make" are not the genuine.  ,'.- A New Kind of Cow  A little boy seolng an elephant for  tho .first time, s-bouted: ,  O'pop, look at <he big cow with her  horns in her mouth eating. hay with  her tal*.' ���������'���������'���������>' '*; ���������   .  , The Growth of English  Thero aro now 400,000 words "In  tho* lflngllah dictionary, exclusive '(rt'  foreign languages. 'Back throe cori-  turlcis Slmkesponrc carried about in  his bend llvo tlnion uh mnny words as  (jlio dkittopary then contained. Today  It Iuih a Hundred words for ovory ono  wihlo/li ii. uood wrMor will unr. The  KToci'te-Ht. luiln-s In tho nuinhev *\1 wnr<\?  recorded within tho last fifty yoara  have, of courne, couu" from a niinnlo  raking ovor of all ncct-Blblo KhigHHh  docnnionts and from special branchoa  of (human labor, particularly tho sol-  oneon, in which changing conditions  Imvo nmdp lu-coflBury liostfl of now  iiii.nii'H'.  Won Fame on Ito Merits.^���������The un*-  bounded popularity that Dr.. Thotnaa'  -l-ontrlc Oil e������i1ov������ ts not nttrlhutnblo  to any oluhomi'.o advortlsln*;,. 'for? it  has not.boon oo advorMnod,'hut"1 la on-  Mroly dun.' to tho ni^lts of'thlB Oil  is a medicine. "in..every city,, town  j and hamlet ln-th������i, oountry it. \p, sougjit,"|  ' '   "���������'  ' tiBo.oMtti good QuaJI-  xftor solely. h_c  ftlos.      ,;,|rSfe  Sure Hrcof*  ,   ,       ,    :  But aro-you   suro.   pcrnlstod   tho  grouchy customer, that this 'ore etult.  will  cure my rh������un*iiU7.?  Oh.vt-'H, replied tlm driiK olork: nil  tho doctors rcfiiso to rucivunieiid It.  VX'kiiqI*   Lr*i*r\/4   Al*    ���������>  ,* *   mrnxmm*,     mmmmrnxm*.    V/.J.   -  silo will yours  be?  PILES CURED IN 0 TO It DAYS v  v'������������������������������������������' rp'ii-iTjHt-, will ii>fuhd .monoy If T������A20  OINTMli'.NT fallB to euro any cum ot Ilflh-  ins.   HIU il��������� Jlk'<j������1li*<i or rrotrudtnir r������Uo*i  In 0 to li iliiyu.    BOo.  Poor John  .Tohn, you ncve-r, listen to h.ilf Mil*  tilings T my to you, sflio coiiplained.  WolT, rtnnr, r>o replied, I Imvc: th  work I'Hii. oi i.i\* iuim.  f.'ilni.rd-*.  L.i'tiiTKnt Cur-.t.  UurtiB,  Etc.  Princess Confirmed  xjiiliHiiil.      Pl'Ilji.u������w������    r.illiy,    lii.i    oniy  dauRliter of Kllng Ooorgo anil Qucon  .i.ary, w.ijs iv-rir.ir.'n-il j>t, {-llt-, Aroiil>j������ ;-  on of Canterbury In tho Uhapoi itoyiil  At Buckingham Palnco rncoptlv. All  tho momborfl of tho royal fnniily and  W*������ ���������������������������**������������������       "p-*** f* r\-\ V* r\ *��������� '*       0. 0      t \. \ a ���������* ������  ��������� '  .        -' \    *��������� ������ ... .   ������ . w ������ * |      H **u  norvnnt������ of thn pnlnoo  worn nrrnnnt  J-'rgo nrowd������ nHscmhled ou'������ldo Iho! ho hurt my biiHlnoiiH. He hiTnlicon  palnce }p xvUnmn tlu- arrival of tho nwrt for pulling a Hprlnkllnp mrt and  Quc^ MoUicr Alexandra j _t<3ppod at every hyilrant.  Little Drops cf Wnter  J   soo   you   hnvo   disponed   of  that  oodi--or  Concrete ?  ���������r  to  you were to build two silos���������one of wood, the.other of concrete���������side by sid  then could sec them as they will look after five years of service, you wouldn'i  f������;>������*m twice to decide which   is   tho  best  material.    In a few years more  woulcln t be much of the ori(rinal wooden silo left���������the repairin-v you'd have to do would  as troublesom-^no cost as much as the building of an entirely new one.     But the passa.e  concrete'^ ������r ������<'<?" tWCnt>' ycar-.xvil1 hlaK'c no.dJffcrcncc_.ro the hard-as-roclc wall of ll  CONCRtTE SiLOS LAST FOREVER  WI?������S,r.,n?!S.,,-fiire nnd li-Kh,ninP nre alike dcfic<l hv concrete.       You need no insurance nrmlni.t Its  rnnl^l jA!elillwe  m ������art"������' ^ rf������'������������vc<i.    Concrete -.lln-* ure best for another wmS     Tlie  mnr, to^^^^^mT " w ev?? ������������������������*������������������.������������������ U������t*lt ������������cur������������ better, and therefore contlin.  '   ' YOU CAN DUILD ONE YOURSELF '     '.  N'������Whrt th^hF_Vm*&^ nott V������u oan bu-ld ������ oonoreto silo.    Our book.  I.L'    14'        J UU      14 -.4.41.1. ..     4 I Mill      ,,14       l.l.J   ,  \ii**t   rfm)\^ij  thn rnfi-o-'fill  mlll/rwi.,  Cirmrlti  B07-  LrO'J  Address Publicity M������ntt.g������r  CfW*'*''**'        Cr*f*w\mm**'      I S������i.*l������.l  "TJtpfKN you buy. Cemttnt be ������nr4  V������ ift.it the '���������CunnJa" label h on  mvsry half anil tiarrml.      Cnnnttn'w  jarmsr* tiuvt Joanit It to  t������������ ih*  ������������������ ��������� '",.������     .*.*4.... .mm.  N3__2������^  rm^'^iv^z^tim  '?.-*^>?!*?#t^*?&!ffi^  m'^^mammm^  SflpS  iwwfffffiiinMi  ^^^H [-���������^;y*'-"1";  V; ���������..'���������'  u i*w^M!t*mmWAfi4W������*^  y^yJi?*v*lK"e������li  Spaw  iuifc lili*sS>;  .���������giT8, I'j.V!1"   "     '   "���������   ir-THMi. i.  i. m  i_i,r.,...--g���������_������������������__L-'j   -Cre-L?.:'r*gSig������ir  **������������������;  ss  B  FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL  It makes no difference irtwt **oa fljpito oa  planting  this season���������we  can supply yoa.  flnd with the finest quality of nursery stsefe ���������  e?er grows. a  All trees, plants,  vines, berries, si-iius, -  f  evergreens, roses, etc.. sold by us are guar-  s   tea*  TRUE TO NAME  ���������It will pay yoa to get In touch witb aa.  ,,   EVERY JEU������AI*T_B NEEDS OUB BOOK���������  LANDSCAPE GARDENING  Sc  WHAT TO PLANT" x  32 PAGES,        lO*C8TAMPS)  FtyJnJb Ia_ J_S sT  yRSgRHSlTJ.  RICHARD M������0>MB/i_fl_.WR.  BOX. A. ALf>_RGROV-,RC.  James Compton, Agent  8 S.UaU8iLL   ygeiflfiyyiSiS  Kotlce is hereby given that the  List pf" Voters fori the  Ymir Electoial District hns been cancelled, aud that Applications to be placed on the Votors' List vvill be received at  my  office, Trail, B. P., where printed forms  of Affidavits to  be  used in support   fat   application to vote  will   be  supplied  : he list of  persons  claiming to   vote will   be   suspended  from andafte.* the 7th day of April, 1913, an.1 a Court of Re.  .���������ision will be held on the I9"h day  of May, 1913, aud notice  of objections to the insertion of any name on the Register  of  Voters must be given to me thirty clear days before the holding of the Court of Revision.  Dated this 3rd day of March, 1913.  F. Ex Dockerill,  Registrar of Votors' for the Ymir Electoral Distrit.  Potters Prints anc Ginghams1 inV Latest Patterns; also NEW STOCK  consisting of Scrim, Voile, Crimps, Dress Linen, Poplin, Vesting Dress Goods,  Madras and Curtainette, Crash and Glass Towling.  Call and see our stock  /"_.-_������-.  MERCHANT  By for Cash and receive your FIVE percent discount at our Store  ������_  MMs  w .4!!TQ  TiMld  Hardy Northern grown stock of  bt  following varieties?;  Senator Dun lap; Parsons  Beauty; Qien Mary; War-  field; Clyde; Clark  Sing and HeSen Davis.  _ _    So^/i  Church Notices  BEM00EUNO AN  OLD  niinv  MM  Price $10.00 per thousand. Expre>  chafes prepaid. 10 percent discoun  if ordered  -ind paid for before M-irei  OfU-U  Monrad   Wigen  WYNNDEL     -     B. C  i  TO FUR SHIPPERS  Tbs ~s=t sccs������w. i���������j.iiio and onijr Wktt Beport  aad Price list ofiU __I put���������thsX  *���������iy>&ki&&ifmf*&sz������������  Stalled V8_S  to tboM Interested in Sa* Fun  SEND US Witt USE OS A rSSTAL-TSSaj  It's nut a Teappvfs Guide, tut a publication. _.������*<S H  mwerf two ^rt-sta, wSlcii given you reports of what U 9  doing in all Uio Market* of tba World I n Aairku V  Raw Furs.  This Infer���������atlou ls worth bundred* nf JB  dcliar. to yoii. ' *s  Writs -fer ii=>XOt&���������iTfS &&������%,  A. B. SHUBERT  Toa tartest House In lbs Vorid dealing ucleslnly la  American Raw Ftsw  25-27 W. Mcblgaa ������.. Dipt 41 CHICUS, UL. U.M.  breeders are those who produce the  largest number of Rood pigs, but all  breeders produce Inferior pigs and  those which ha ve ouly a mediocre  quality. The fanner who watts until  lie Is ready to use the boar before buy-  iuj*; hiui is forced to take what Is left  ot the breeding herd after ait other  8a"es have, bee's made from it. ne  may t'osaiuiy get a good animal, but  the chances are against him,* and the  Frequently a farmer or a dairyman  attics help or advice in remodeling an  old barn, writes H. EL McCartney in  National Stockman. Kecentiy the writ- j small cost of feed which the boar con  er was called out on such an errand. I sumes during the months before bs is  The barn was found to be a very sub- j actually used ia more than offset by  stantial frame affair, once a beef cat-! this opportunity for first choice and  tie feeding barn, but a few years-ago *  put to its present use. The chief faults (  of Hie barn from the standpoint of a |  dairy barn were:  There was aa insuSieieat supply of  light. There was really no light on the  south ac aJL Tbe mangers were of  lumber and built rather high, so that  the cows breathed against them instead of above them. The stall partitions were of lumber and rather high,  making them not only insanitary, but  very serious obstructions to light and  air in the barn. Then there was no  system or effective means of ventilating the building. Such conditions exist in a great many herds, but tbey  msij be overcome Quite readily when  ft is __ucrtaken systematically.  The plan worked out for fcbe renovation of the barn in question and which  the owner expects to follow is to dis  hy the fact that the farmer can train  the boar himself and fit him to his environment in his new home. There is  profit to be had in buying the boars  young for these reasons, as well as for  the added and important reason that  he dees not cost so much when bought  young as he dues when grown to maturity.  METHODIST CHURCH  Service-* will be held every Sunday as  folio ws:  Morning        -        -        11:00 a. m.  I  -3  I'-  1110 ySiJ&ltffl EJgfl 0  Evening   -  Sabbath School  7:30 p. m.  2:20 p. na.  ll  Creston ������c & ScfrSt #<v  Get your Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars, Pouches*  Pipes, etc*, at tbe    "  Cr-ttoit m\m & Spirit Co.  Serum For Calf See'irs,  In the past considerable -loss has  been sustained by Wisconsin .cattle  breeders from a fatal disease of calves  known as white scours or caif dysentery. The veterinary science depart-  | ment of the college of agriculture of  tbe "fJaiversity of Wisconsin calia.at-J  tention to a sernm which has been I  found espeeiaHy reHabls ss a piyven*  ti^re treatment for this disease. v Whit-  scours occur in the newborn calf and  ia manifested by a very profuse, -malodorous-white diarrhea, which *:si*a!iy  results in death within a few hours  On account of Its infections nature affected calves and their dams must be  Isolated to prevent tbe disease from  spreading to other animals. Careful  disinfection of the save! :*.__ coataruinated surroundings must not be neglected.  Vou are welcome to   tarry with "s  F**ed L������ Carpentc_  Pastor  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  Service* every Sunday  at  11 a. m.  and 7:80 p. in.  Siibbath School at 2:30 p. m.  Adult Bible Class at close of even-  jig service.  W. G. Blake  Minister  -        ��������� i ���������     ���������     ��������� .    .1   ,���������!.,, trilM i ,     '���������       ���������:,���������',     ���������  The Frazer Valley Narseries Com-  ���������any have recently published > book  ;n titled, "Laadsoape Gardening, and  -���������/hat to Plan**"', which contains a lot  ���������f valuable information for ihe fruit  . rower and ranoher. See ad oa b ������*k  nge for par tic alar.  BILLIARDS AND POOL, HOT OR COLD  BATHS, CIGARS, CIGARETTES. AND  CONFECTIONS. RAZORS     GROUND  AND SET. -.���������       .'���������. ���������      ������������������"���������    ...   .���������������������������������������������->.  f~*  .-3.  A    m    *  A!VI r  MAI MtLp,Ppp.  SaDoole* {proprietor  2N. Bi Shll  xM JM, .  VI ilX  Guernsey cattle are gaining a  great reputation In this country for  milk and butter production. The  cows are economical producers, and  their vitality and constitution make  them satisfactory on tho average  farm. Guernsey cattle are very  prepotent and will rapidly improve  the milking capacity of native herds  on which they are crossed. Glen-  coe'a Bopeep, the Guernsey cow  shown, la one of the most famous  cowa of her breed. She was flr������t in  ihe aged cow class at Chicago In  1912 and has won many prises In  competition with the best in tlio  land. She Is owned by W. W.  MArsft, "Waterloo, la.  ircstoit=������richson  T-ifle      Association  will be held in  MERCANTILE  HALL  EAIi ER MONDAY  aa. ������r- -���������sa  A ARCH,   Iwenty-Fourth  tents $  Ladies Free  Every lody   is Invited  -iLg_���������ruL..!"-;.!  efreshi ients  ������T������t"-JM** _*������������������*��������������� ,-ff^l-gf-���������'  Free  lectrlc Restorer for Men  JOBOhlMIOl restotM t*/������ry ntrva in the body  ,*,my,w*ir. *0.     |u |)fup-r ttoalou 5 tt%lotm  i and vilallly. Premature d������r������y and all Mxual  ItMM  ���������vartad at once.    rtusaplMMivl will  ���������A you m now man.    Hr������r������ __ ������! - !���������., ... .������.. i,it  asaiiad to any addraaa. Th* BmmmmU Km**  ; Wt* C*������-*rtaM, nmx  card interior furnishings of wood. AU  tbe hl������h weodjin maagers and sisS;  partitions will be torn out and floors  and mangers of cement constructed.  A single curved iron pipe will be used  for stall partitions. Thus the interior  will be made light, sanitary and easy  to clean. The south end and the east  and west aidea of the barn will bo  opened up and almost continuous glass  thirty inches high put in. Then for  ventilation two open shafts will be constructed in the middle of the barn and  from some distanco below the colling  to the roof. Fresh air will enter  throngh the outside windows and tbo  foul air pass out through the central  shafts.  Along with cleaning up the burn wo  may well consider cleaning up the  yards. Clean milk cannot bo secured  from cowa running In a dirty yard, for  If tho yard is dirty the cows will be  also. Frequently we tlnd cowa during  a wet season almost to their knecn In  manure snd filth. Such conditions are  anhealtbful for tbe cows nnd nienn  contamination of the milk. Th** mnmm*  hud beat be hauled to tbo Held as fast  us a load accumulate)*. The cowa  should have a dry, clean placo to run  during the day. It means better milk  and more milk and more healthy cows.  Glass Needed a Spoon.  She was pouring boiling water into  a tine thin glass tumbler, when crack,  crack, and the crystal vessel was in  a -condition fitting it only for the ash  pile.  "Isn't that just too bad that I  broke that glass? It spoils the set,"  was her plaintive comment.  "My dear girl," said the wiBe caller,  "whenever you find it necessary to put  any Very hot liquid in a delicate glass  or china vessel, ii you will put the  spoon in first such an accident aa  you have had wiii be quite impoe-  sible."  Buy the Herd So������r _������rly.  One of tlie grcafpat ndvniilugea that  the farmer can have iu tho early purchase of hi*, hunt iMWir M������������������ In ������������������*<> f������ie*  that be haa flrnt rholco from nmoiiB  the ani-iaSu oflWwf. No breeder hnu  yet succeeded lu producing ������ perfect  lM   ot   -ulJta.    Th*_moit. auccestful  A Parisiou Novelty.��������� In Europe it ie  used thiP year aB a littlo Banter - Pre* . - ���������:���������...  eat or rather a mark of courtesy ir  friends and relatives. Irs value ns ������  token lies moro in the novel idea than  in the price of the article. It ie arrange**  ro that it can be. bent, juHt like n pint,  card, for a oont or two. to nn* plaoo in  Canada or tho United States. The end*  caring idea about it, in tho embeddnd  Luminous OrosH, whioh will sliino all  nightloug (or in my dark room) in A  glorious, mystio blue light, oftor yon  hud it exposed to daylight for a few  niino tea. Tho prioe is so low that any*  one is inablod to bo convinced of it*  real nature. It iu iudead un article  which is hold iu high ostoom by nny  Christf'in family or person. Tho whining  clean it* mndo of a atom*, which in found  ouly noar Jurawiloui aud of *u hioh nl.  rondy tho Bible speaks m the Lumlnna**  Stono iu plorurlug Salomo's torn pin  prices aro: 1_ oonts each, 2 tor 'iSoontii.  5 ror 50 cents and Vi for $ 1 00 A.  Nfltlrn-.v, t!'J2 Youm* SUtmi. Toiouto.Onr,  (8oIo agent for Ctuutriii nnd U.J-J. A.  5������ooo Facts of Canada  The   public will   welcome   the 1913  4d������tion of '-5000 Facts Aboat Canada,"  ���������mpiled by Frank Ywighj she sckaow-  dged authority on things Canadian und  ih author bf ��������� 'Through the Heart, of  - .ada.*' Ten thousand copies am now  *.u 4l***ii7������**&*4M..T|  V.A.2C4J. jAtliA   v&������-Sl*T  w fiT au  ���������ver Canada and the Empire,  indeed  he world.  '���������The Facts booklet is stuffed as full  t information as a rausage is of meat,'  s the happy and true way au English  timrnal pnts it, and the new if-ue,  vhfoh includes many new features and  ���������iproverxientB, suoh as a colored map of  ue Dominion, presents a striking story  ���������f the wonderful advance of Canada in  * s'qgle year. The booklet is issued at  25 oentsa copy, by tbe -Canadian Faots  '!nb, Co., 688 Huron Street, Toronto,  ndie sold by,all tho leading  news*  #  *  t^bmfm     I  A':  ^^ "���������ft**-**"  __   - JS.  AND ORNAHENTALS  ioldstreem Estate Wurseri  VERNON, B. C.  '.������������������  ���������  ���������  ��������� ���������  All our trees are Koine Grown and guaranteed true  to name. We carry all 'he leading varieties most  suited to this district. Our specialty is budded stock  on three-year-old whole roots.  ���������  *  X  *  For farther particulars apply to our local Ageut.  ��������� J.-Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C. 2  ymW  ^  s  Our Spring8  Stock Contains  g-_-IWBJMU--_  ���������LADIES, call at our store and  look over our supply of McOalls pattern a just recieved.   S. A. .Spoors;  A FULL  LINE  OF  Money maktt Money  t������ur mtnty wW wpric wMto you  ���������Imp H kMMd al ���������_���������**. krttrttt,  and yon wm ffadoaff *ni aatla*  Mjxa^^^mx   ^^k______4____^_    ___������    -__idk__l___a   rf_  nmory monmmwrw nj piacsng m  mo-ty*ta-t#M ad. In our doatl-  Bod Want ookmnuk A flrtt  muiwaffi, to m esfe ss ebsnSs  'mZ* *i*m Miwreai io iWiOO M UQ.  MENS  CHiLDRENS O  rnrrnritiirir-imiiiii'i- ���������a  nwiimn mi���������iiairin-mi  *li|liH>������<��������� t������������ V M,l>l.,,  Grestan Mercantiie,  Pa-  S  WUii  ft  *$  mmmmwtmmmtm   ���������������������������*'-*^*w^8fflarM  ]_���������_���������'KM  ,iwl|l|,H|,|IHi,l'WI w������2J'1  _1.JJJI.II1,IILJII1!M'J1 J_ ������II"M������"I' "���������!"' "'

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