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Government To Take Steps io  Make Kootenay River Navi-  1  gable for Large Steamers  mmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmttSmaaa^Baw^B .. i  According to advises received at Bonners Ferry last week  *Ooverment Engineers will arrive at Bonners Ferry soon to  take preliminary steps towards opening up the Kootenai  tirixsrirom Bonners Ferry to the boundary line at Porthill.The  Tverl. on the river is to consist of the dredging out of several  rsand bars and the removing of snag piles in the bends of the  ���������stream so as to make it navigable for large steamers in low  ���������water. At present daring the low water stages the river is  Tbarely four feet deep over some of the sand bars.  The matter of securing government aid in opening up  the Kootenay river was taken up by A. j. Kent some two  years ago. At the last session of Congress, Representative  Burton Ir. French secured the passage of an appropriation of  $25,000 for this project. The first of last week Mr. Kent was  advised to furnish th^ government with considerable data rel-  -% .  ��������� L.Z....    J.���������   _!���������_   M,������,i.n.U^Kl^nn *.C   * ��������� ���������   T***m.0^t-0xmm, ��������� ������>     4-������<rr���������,���������������   1 ���������     _       ��������� _*MCrO r������1 f*  dUVC   i\J   S.JJOC pV/OOiUliititO \J*   LUV.   UVVI,\.ua,JI     "rwj   xxx  ������     ������������..|i)iiJ.S  way and was also requested to give information in  regard to  'the amount of work, which must be done to make it  possible  .for steamboats of heavy tonnage to navigate the stream. Mr.  Kent has data at hand, which shows that the.opeinugrjrf; the  Kootenai river will reduce by nearly half, the freight rates on  produce shipped from Kootenay valley points below Bonners  Ferry, and that it will be a direct benefit to hundreds of ran-  . chers and shippers of produce ia that district and north into  - the Canadian market.    Mr. Kent has advised the  engineers  ��������� to come here at once to begin preliminary preparations for  the work as the Kootenay river is now at its lowest stage.  * River Navigation Opened Monday  Navigation on the Kooteuay River between Bonners  Ferry and Port Hill was resumed on Monday, when the steamer Cresent made its first trip of the season down the riveiT  The schedule of the Cresent for the season 1913 is as  ifollows: Leave Bonners Ferry at 11:45 a, m.; arrive at Port  Hill, 5:36 p. m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.  Xeave Porthill at 7:30 A. M.; arrive at  Bonners  Ferry  &etx.30P.; M. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.  Until higher water  the steamer will depart from and  arrive at the lower landing at; the creamery.  Freight and  passengers will be landed or taken on at any point along river  The Steamer Crescent during the winter has undergone  - extensive repairs and improvements; the engines and boil-  '��������� er have been rebuilt and are now pratically new. A number  ������   of other alterations, and improvements have been  made on  the interior and exterior of the boat.   The cabins have been  newly painted and refurnished and made both comfortable  :;  and attractive.  With th<5 opening of navigation various operations along  t.hft'river which have been delayed by the lateness of the sea-  . - i son will be started    and the business conditions improved,  Rumors of -'illy Tr*.n Service on IC, V. Uric  Persistent rumors bave been in circulation for some time  *-    to the effect that the Great Northern railway intends to   put  on a daily freight and passenger service on its Kootenay val���������  .   Icy branch running from Bonners Ferry, to Creston.    The  ,��������� ,      1  ��������� ������������i'.*- \-01n Yinfxn  -viinfMi oroAf-iiOf- Y\\r t1i#*    r>r*������45PH^f������    nf    T*4#->i*JTl������:'r'-.  r        ,t.   xmmmxmm      ......      ���������-. ���������������������������      ^ '���������    ....!.. ^ ,.,      ._      f     I    ...      .    .. ..... ^ ���������,.'!.!.,. I..  '        I I ) '  Ferry last week, of W. D. Scott, General Western 'Superintendent of Seattle, nnd I*. W. Bowen* Snjjcrintendent  of  the  ���������    ui tile Spokane uivtbiou, who iuu.uc a tiijj   ot   iu������pccuuu   uvct  the branch Hue in a  seven passenger  motor   car.���������Bonnera  .���������We can supply you with JVfcKen-  zeis selected seeds at Calgary pricea  S. A . Speei-s.  Wauted, an editor who oan read,  write and argue polltios, and at tne  same time be religioas, -funay, soienfci-  fio aud historical at will, write to please  everybody, know everything withonl  asking or being tela, always having  something good to say about everybody  else, live on wind and make more monoy than enimies. For snch a person  u good opening will be made (in the  graveyard).  Get ready to swat the first fly! IE you  can't get at his solar plexus, bit him  between the eyes.  Mr. and -Mrs. James Cameron o  Cranbrook, spent a few days at the  houie of _i������ parents, Hr and Mrs. A.  Cameron this wee���������.  Anyone   wishing to have plowing   A -I-   X-USm    ������������������,.,.  .  WIV   va.4.0    U14.Vn/l  MCpi-lRI-llO  UMUIUIIIWWU  OPERA GCiMPANV  Miss Ruth Farrar & Other  Artists to Produce the  Beggar    Prince  Arrangement h*vs. jnat been. per*eo  ted whereby the amusament lovers of  this city will have a chance of enjoying  0-6 oi the bs3t csssic operas ever l^eard  ���������*_rfi_-W_Mewa_f  wurv inrii  Forty years in nse. 20 years the standard, prescribed and zecommended hy  phyaicisns, For Womans ailments, Dr.  Martel's Pills, at yonr druggist.  B. P. Dicker, of Edgewood is a Ores-  ton visitor this week.  ���������Ho!s-jiu Bali, Sir Gien Fereertje  Kosmdyeke, No. 10765, will be at Bonny  Brook ranch, Canyon City, dnring season 1918, Service fee $6 cash. D. J.Lyon  1  Messrs IS.. R. KcArthar, and T. W.  MoFadzen, both of Truro, N. S , were  registered at the Sis * George on Wednesday.  ������������������-"OS SALE���������Twoniy acres oi first  class frnit land. New four room cottage on place, all slashed and burned, 2  aores stumped, water right for both  domestio and irrigated- purpose'. A  bargain.   Enquire at this office.  Messrs. H. H. Tripp   W. W. Pippier  ftTI 1*8 TtfftTi^irnYiriciw   <a11 f*Q ClmcknlmmnQlr woma  visitors to Creston the first of the week.  ���������Apple trees for sale, ���������First class  S yr roots 1 yr body^-ome grown.  3 to 4 ft $10.00 per 100 4 to 0 ft  $14.00 per 100. ^vrite for catalogue  Grand Forks Frnit & Nursery Oo.  box 325 Grand. Forks, B> CL  j -_ OR SALB-1 cieek, 1 coal oU tin  with pump, 1 dress form, garden* tools,  wheelbarrow, dining" room obaira, co* ?  with mattress,! heater, eartsdn ^Sss, r,  chickens, Minorcas and White Wyan*  dottes, sealers, coal oil stove, large easy  chair, sores- $o*us, wiiiuow screens,  lawn mower and nuouirou- taasUer ar������  ticles.   Rst.P: O. Hsysasm.    v-  Qaitean%mberof settleai _������-B,?%e  prairie towns are moving _o Eitcheilsr  this Spring, with the prospects of making it their future home. '  J. A. Helms of -lethbridg-. was registered at the King George on Mozsdey.  ���������Gall and look over roy stock of wall  paper at H. Leonard-s shop.  B. Ii, Pollock of Toronto made,_ trip  tbrough the district Tuesday.  M. McComb of Fernie, was a i visitor  iu town a couple of days this week.  and a heifer    Apply Review Office.  Mr. and Mrs F. E. Bradley of Oranbrook spent a couple days this week iu  Crefcton.  ���������3-OR SALE���������English furniture,  sofa, arm chairs* dining room i hairs a-Qd  tables ��������� Apply. Reyiew office.  J. W. Hamilton of Cranbrook was in  town Monday.  ���������FOR SALE��������� White Orpington  Eggs.. Fii_t prize , pen, Nelson fair  $1.50 per setting of 15 e^gs? Aii' infer J  A local rancher has remarked, that  all who intend raising pets&es--. this  year, should plant nothing hat the  white potatoes as they are She-- beat* for  commercial purposes.  D. W. Sriggs of Portland, Oregon,  president of the' Canyon City Lumber,  company,, spent a couple qt fiays in  Creston the "Srst of she ������?~k.. loSkl=="  over his bnaine_i intinrm������_s hn���������_.  ���������FOR SALE���������2 good milch cows      ���������For Sole���������-odw-ingmaoniafi^-aimefit  new. Raymond make.-    A bargain for  cash.   Enquire at this office, ,  x  Chas. Moore took a party of men to  Kitchener Tuesday, t?here he espeots  to do some survey work.   .  ���������Latest styles in 'photos,  next to Garage.'  Studio  here.   "The Beggar "Prince" haa long  been a favorite in the Eastern States)  playing the same territory year after  This is the flrst visit'west of the  * Chas.   Gustaviaon pf Kitchener was j������le eggs replaced.-BryeeCartwrlght, j  <-.n I Oreston B.C.  J.   lLVLVmflai0bVmm%m^ I-   '  ' *Y   >''..���������**?    .Y-'tiT^^n^^-^mi^  oa Tuesday.'   - .     ,.  '^  regiatereu ac ������ud urxsahoix jctOuae  day.   115   xrxxnss*  au ovaaAij^  year.  Dakotas aud their reception has been a  big success, financially as well as artistically.      Arrangements  have already  boen made for a return  next   season.  A.mong the principals are to be found  the best in comio opera, notably Miss  Both Farrar, the prima .donna soprano.  Mi3s farrar has the distinction of being  the youngest prima donna on the American stage, ami possesses a magnificent  voice, iloh in tone, brilliant and powerful.    Sue is a remarkably handsome  woman. ��������� Miss* Jean Agnew, the ma!*"  zo from the thistled hills of Sootland,  possesses a voice to be proud of.    L.  Barton Evnus, the baritone, has a voioo  never equollod in the lighter operoi'and  has for a long time been identified -with  grand opera.   Mr.  Dale, the   tenor, is  also, noted for hlH lyric abilities.    Thore  are two comedians who Btand away  ap  as (nn producers,  Harrv Masoloy and  Ray Southard, and thoir antios and fnn-  ny buslnrs-jpermoatoa tho entire threo  aqts.   Tlio ohoruB is mado up of lovely  fomiuity.    This will oertaiuly be th������  ovout in tho way of arauRombnt, and the  pQ-������plo hare novor overlook ia good Bhow  Tho oompuiiy will appear iu Moroantilo  hail uu 0n1nn.u-.v7, April IS. .;  ��������� il:^ \f.   _.   S..   mm  xm������%mmx,xxn0l  Iron Beds with mattress and spring for  $11.  I-  Mr. and Mrs. R. Stones of Elko, were  J. W, Bennet of Fernie, Trae a  Cres  ��������� * >���������  ton caller this week.    % *  in the valley a few days JaBt week in I  search ot real estate.  |   ��������� Send for onr prices on furnirnre, we  pay the freight.   CO. Si  Geo. S. Smith of Vancouver was a  visitor in the valley Wednesday.  ���������New Btook of Wall paper at Harry  Leonard's shop, Sirdar avenue.  A. B. Noble   of Arrowhead  was a  Oreston caller Monday.  ������  F. T. Oantwell was a visitor   In the  district, Monday.  Geo. Cowan of Nelson was in town  %.Km.mS.mm. .  uivuunj ���������  ���������WANTED���������Bright young boy to  learn the;printers trade.. One with a  fair education preferred, Apply at  this office.  The mill at Oanyon Oity ie dosed for  i  a few days in order to make a few  *.  necessary'* ^repairs   before commencing  the su-iwern* Vtai-v*.  % v  ' \ . v.  Will Rose Lodge. No 3������ ������aeet every  Monday night.   A fnll attendance is  requested.  ���������v.  ������������������"We pay the freight, and if y iu are  uot satisfied with the values reoeived  from ns, we will pay the freight back  and refund full amount of yonr pur-  ohose.   CCS.  Mr. and Mrs. John R. Miller of Londonderry, are in the valley .this week,  looking over the distriot nud visiting  old friends and relatives.  James A. Bluok, of Vancouver was a  Ctoston caller Monday. "  P. Surtooa of Oranbrook wns a   bnal-  ness caller ln town, Monduy.  A. Porter ot Oranbrook was a Creston  visitor this week.  J. Soraou of > Nelson, government  bridge inspector, is in the district this  week.  M. J. MoOaul of Calgary in in the  valley this wook looking over business  interests.  Kilil. Tut- Horuo-i.**...  Noror stiirt to load tho horse from  hin stall till you hold or fasten back  the door. Doors hnvo boon known to  swing to where thoy woro not fastened  open, oalchlug tho horse's head, tho i\n-  imnl pulling back and breaking his  nock.  ������������������Have your picture taken w'niiw iu  Oreston. Htndlo behind tlio bank.  T*  .   TT~..-1 -1  ylh   \,KX ������      fXX.\.XXKXI.X,  ���������"���������inUInf"  r-.ainrl'rllKI"**,  Not xviio will Trln  Ohould bo tho teat.   ���������  , But who v/han In  Will serv* us best.  ,  IBItotlnv Iti  -Mai  All ll.* j������������.������jJI,  Hut dolna bis  AM    .VI.O.1    V.M   UnrrH.  Ctrtngthtfnlng Glass. m  The strangth of glass ie jrroatljr in*  ,'ucreoMd by. fcallioc ia a aaut ytiAttsr^  V. R,   Alexander of C.dgiiry was a  visitor in town this week.  ���������ForyourSprlngpalntlnguaoBapco  pure paint, For sale in all colors at  Speei'M.  Messrs. F, Anderson and .I.E. Cro-  foot, both of HlUyard, Wa������h., wore ro-  Ktottired ut th������> Cr(-������ton Honno, Wednesday.  -For Sale- Good work' horse weight  1400. and -rood democrat and half a  ������:c.*;vy set oi harness. Enquire ut this  office.  Loclio   J. Uruuce of NoIhou   was a  Ore������ton oaller Wednesday.  T. D. Brown of Cranbrook was in the  distriot Wednesday.  --Fin clans dressmaklnR Mrs. B. YC  Embree, Victoria Avenue, three dooi-A  past the MethOBlat Ohuroh.  ' .  .?''  /'.Y??    - .?'??; "��������� tititititi'.'tititi  Geo. Powell of Oraubrook, -Bpfeeett*>  tative of the Singer Sewing Maohine  company, was a C*ceston visitor a couple of days this week.?  ��������� I have just rocelved a carload of  democrats, buggiee which are all  guaranteed, call and see them. H. S.  McOreath.  Mr. and Mrd. Bobert Kifer, of Oanyon  Oity were oallers on Saturday lfcat.  ,' . *,: i-   ��������� ���������' '���������'.- ��������� ���������'....���������  O. O. 8., SIGNABIRSORANBROOK  OCKOPKRAT1VW tj^BMli^ ':.',,  - i.-, i( ..rn   Frauk Smith mado it* trip to BUtohen-  erTuwday.  Mr. and Mrs. 8. A, flpewe left On  Wednesday for a oouple ot daya trip to  Spokane, Wash.       * ���������  Mr. ana Mr*, ti, u. Juiuyu ui wuver.  ly, Wash., were looking over tho dis.  trlofc * ooupla of days this week.  i  ���������Wc carry a ft_M!no of shoes inolnd-  lug Ohlppewa logging shoes.-The oash  store.  F.   O.   Troupe  of Winnipeg spent  Tneeday In Oreston.  D. Q. Lyon ot" Bouajr Bvuuk nuuu  has just pnrohased the herd of th������r-  ouirhbred   Molateim. -whioh mtmrn *������#���������-  M������a^w ������>)- W    Tn-WMutt  -*_,������������*%*      *���������������-������#   t������'-_������.*?.   v ��������� ' *     *'*���������*"     ���������*������������������*">���������*���������*��������� *���������*$     *���������***<*���������    *mmmmemm������im*m (  sUrtdnga-alrrranoh iu the mm im*  t9Z'3m>  i  1 '^i  M____________________-___l_______ ttittUir,. :>���������;_���������-'���������,  !^Y^;g^  tiij'ti-'H  BB35BHBBB_B_iB__S_B_���������___B5in  ?Yi������>tflflll^  '.v-j-x^S'-' ���������-"  THE.   CKESXON   REVIEW,    CRESTON.    B. C.  Conviction He  ,ii  The Punster  Nervous Lady Passenger (in the  train, after passing a temporary  bridge)���������Thank goodness, we are now  ���������on terra flrrna! .     ...*���������������.���������.���������  Funny Man���������Yes., ma'am���������less terr  ror and* more firmer. ;      .   ���������  Now, my little man, said a famous  aihlete, pleasantly .1 suppose your  papa has told you al\put the day he  and I played" In a great football  match?  . Yes, sir, replied the bright child.  Ah? that was a great day.    I knew  he  would  never  forget  it.    Does  he  Mlnarta's Liniment -for sale everywhere. I often speak of it?  ��������� ������������������-r������������������:������������������ ... !     Yes,   sir.    He   says   you   borrowed  How can  a man be  hard up.  and; five  dollars  from hiin that day, and  _own on his luck at the same time.-j uever paid it back.  Ruined Financially o  *Y_e.'ves His Jaii a Pauper  .Berlin. -��������� Tde Berliner m.qt-  genpost has obtained from,-ithe pro&  aie prbceedingo of the Relchsta, da- .  tails of a case resembling'^that of  Adolf Beck, of England, whe received  two king's pardons and a grant of  $25,000 for two wrongful convictions,  under one of which he served the usual proportion of a sentence of?seven  years' penal servitude.  A Thuringian tannery owner nf������ned  ,\..���������������������oi-,.: }_rehm was convicte**- in' *��������� fi������?  of burning down his factory for the  purpose of securing the insurance  money and ���������-������ sentenced to five years  penal servittide. He^was released after four years on account of his good  behaviour?   A year  or two  later he  BY TON MIXING  Facts  Brought Out at Grain  Investigation   at   Minneapolis   Show  That  Elevator Companies are Large Gainers Through Being Allow.d to Mix  Wheat.���������scandals   Attached to   In.  vestigation���������Sample     Market     and  Mixi.ig go Hand  in  Hand.  In the .ecent i^avestig-tion by the  legislature oi Minnesota into methods  of   gram   selling  and   handling  some  very   interesting   facts   were   brought. I  out. I  The committee* appointed by the state t  senate had before it last Saturday the  Horse Sale Distemper  ���������*./'"-,*'       .-   - .-- - :ti-<"..9  -   ���������      i������ ��������� . ."      -I'l-y wi i  has about one- chance In dfty to escape SALE STABLE DISTEMPER.    "SPOHN'S" .It. ,vour  Hue  I....    *"  FafeKUOru, tot aa hvire as vnu treat a".  you will soon be rid of the disc-Be.- It acts as a sure preventive, no matte: how t_ey are "exposed." At all good  dn-y-jglsts. -  8POHN  M._-_'CAL CO.,  Chemists  and   Bacteriologists/ Goshen,  Ind.,  U.S.A.  a-" j__ 4*T-'y_ -"-ii������  .M.10 llO'Cl-tCC; M^ JL  JL  WHO WOULD MAKE WASH-DAY EASIER, CAN DO SO BY  USING  .   .   . * v.*. *_��������� _4      .        i heads of the department of grain In-1  succeeded ...n establishing    his    inno- soection and took sworn testimony uf  cence. -.-...  The petitions committee of the  Reichstag, ��������������������������� before whose attention  Herr Brehm succeeded after fifteen  years' effort in bringing his case, has  now recommended the Government .to,  revise the laws providing indemnification forepersons wrongfully cou-  vletfcc.. _  Kerr Brehrr. at the time of his conviction had an estate of .$100.000..'As :  tli^ chief clerk of the chief Inspector  of the statu as  well  "s  that of the  chiet inspector.      The close relation  that    exist     between     the ,    sample  market and the system of mixing by  elevator companies,  whicL is permitted by the laws of .Minnesota Was emphasized. !  Tables were 'frown giving the uum-1  ber of bushelb of wheat          various]  grades   received   at   the   Minneapolis  You cannot afford brain-befogging headaches.  NA-DRU-CO Hea&aelte Wafers  stop them in quick time and clear your head.; They  do not contain either phenacetln, acetanilid, morphine,  opium or any other dangerous drag.   25c. _ _o_ at  your Druggist's. 121  National. r*nu������ *w*������ Chemical Co. w Cawasa, Lt-i-rso.  he left prison a pauper.  secure an indemnity from the local an  thorities resulted in a judgment in his  favor for $565.  j     Herr   Brehm  refused   this   -mount.  'j In the meantime the authorities'seized  | half of it as tae cost os the proceed-  | ings against I im, a~d the balance was  attached      by    his    creditors.    Herr  v Brehm is now sixty-five yea*"s of age,  THIRD  ANNUAL   MEETING  FEB.   21st.,  1913  " EQUITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY  --_ >.".  - OF  CANADA  /tA-tlMi*l.*M-     J-VSWI       t A M 4*..x -tOl-J  \*\Jf***t    m   1 WI/**   '    W*-'"       **_��������� *���������"������������������������*  ;. I-^-L  - *        *"*--   I -*  ASSETS: ���������_ ,.., ..  Cash on   hand-and in  Bank       ������!_���������������?������-*���������  Bonds' and Debentures           ������������'-i-o'2A '  Net premiums in course of collection       -....-t.s.iw  Sundry   (less   Reinsurance   Notes   und   othty*  non-admititj-   assets   by  Ins.   Dept.   rules   S57.iS;*.S4> ������������������-     Sl.i66.4S  S^SO.-itij.T-l  Uncalled   Capital     ������������������������������������      -S05.5tf2.50.'  i-���������-.,-.���������.,������,-   ii-iim    mm,  -..-.., , Total   Assets   $635,979.2������  LIABILITIES:  Fire Losses unpaid or unadjusted        SiS.0i?4.01  Sundry ..         l.o'S.flO  Reinsurance    Reserve         12S.17?.0<1    SI ".Si 5.01  Sufplus  Securitj'   to   Policyholders           47S.164.23  ���������*"  * ***-������*mmm* m 0-.mx X      **nc,*1 (*>^\<������n.-.������ *,<-      &0~ ..      .-..-������-..-,       m*xm      ^V������.-������>-4_       -*���������-I.- t  -?*C     1  *7!1      Cm?\  >JV������ v^j. *_-.*_*&-������.���������������.    ;*^i(uu t^a���������ict-io     I.*,* I      -UJHV     ������.*'-?    awv������"C     \j%is*       *.������-*������      .,...,...,. i���������O.l * "Jf . InJ  TOTAL    SECURITY    TO    POLICYHOLDERS           $606,343.23  Tri   Excess  o������  Security.   Jan.   1st.   1912        Si5-.60S.44  DIRECTORS  ''Hon.   Thomas   Craw'ford,   M.P.P..   Toronto.   President.  C   C.  Van  Norman.   Toronto.   1st   Vice-President.  K.   S.  Knowlton.   VanoouviT.   _nd   Vice President.  J.   M. Queen.  St.  John.  N'.B..  3rd  Vice-President.  \y. M. Haight, Vancouver. B.C.  C.  E. Burnham; Vancouver. B.C.  . I>.  Hibner. Berlin. Ont.  3. F. A., Thompson. Vancpuver. B.C."  J.   \V.  Foster,  Vancouver.   B.C.  Wtiii     rztsc:cr^\xic}r\ri   taorwxtx.,    0... -.-.   ...������������������-   ^  ..I.   un������c;i\.i7Uvi4   w....^rTrv������   sjcnci ai   mdn&Qgr.  soon as he was arrested his creditors 5 e*.evators and the number of.bushels of  took possession of his properties and j the  8ame  gr{lde  whlch   ,vus  auipped  Attempts_to j out 0f the sr.me ������levators. The tables showed the figures for ���������������, two-year  period, bbginnint, Sopteni-?.' 1, 1910,  and ending August 31, 1912.    ,  The luel that tile MlnneapoUa eleva-  tprs received 15.571,515 bushels of No.  1 Northern wheat during th^sa two  years and .nhipped iut in the same  period 19.978,777 and had on hand  114,353 bushels, making a total of 20,-  0������3,130 bushels, vas.brought 01U. As a  result of the. privilege of mixing the  elevators had jaine 4,521,555 bushels  of No. 1 Northern wheat from the. lower grades of wheat purchased from the  farmers.  The table of figures relating to the  receipt and fehiymeut of the various  grades tell the whole story of the results -of the'.mixing _rivilogo. The  same co' dltion is found when the  figures on No. 2 Northern aro present-  ! e_, even though the grain in this grade  \ Miller's Worm Powders can do no  ! Injury to the most delicate child. Any  \ child, infant or in the state of adole-  I sence, who is infested, with, wot ma can  ! take this preparation without a Qualm  j of the stomach, ami *w*,iU find m it a  I sure relief and a full protection from  ; these destructive pests, which are  ��������� responsible for much sickness aud  I great suffering ..o legions of little  ! ones.  Eddy's Indurated Tuba allow the water to retain heat longer  and never- rust. Being ���������Side In one seamles- place c-annot splinter  and so the danger of snagged fingers and torn clothes Is eliminated.  Used  In conjunction with  Eddy's Washboards  Washday   Loses   Half  Its Terrors  1  *TFi?ffl_^  ��������� 1""  A Splendid 10 cent Household Specialty is being introduced  all over Canada. It is appreciated by the Thrifty Housewife  who wants things "Just a little better." Send post card to-day.  Simply say:--_  'Send package of household'specialty advertised in my newspaper*  That's all���������You will_be delighted! Pay if satisfied--we take  the risk���������Address f. O. tsox 1240, Montreal, Can.  This offer expires June 1st, 1813. Send to-day.  PHONES   FOR   CONSTANTINOPLE  During the i������o year  Why, Oh Why?  He watched his wife doing ur her  iiu.ii', auu lilo face was Stern.  Why do you put the hair of another  ���������"osrornan on your head? he asked, severely.  Why do you, sh_ replied, sweetly,  put, the akin of another calf on your  ���������feet?  Deadly Combination  -jonrloii.���������A Bath boy nr.'.ne'd Ern-  Ms&t Wright was found .;lead in his  bath recently. It is believed that a  hot hath -ftor a, huivy dinner caused  his death.  NOVEL   ONE-ACT   PLAY  r.ton.      CmmtmX  ~0     ��������� , .  xf  vi   uonuon  t-roauces .in  Amusingly Clever Whimsicality  Tlie Year  IT you want the best and longest-  ���������evearlng glover, or mitts ever turned  toin -ol a factory be cure and atsl<. ior  the ( .mous  WNTO SMELL  TI-ec gloves are specially tanned  for hard scrvipe and will sav? yo-.i  imoiie*/ and rec'.uce your glova  expense by the year. Send f^r our  .r!es::rlptiv3 pamphlet���������Tho Pinto'o  Shell.  X.FJDSGN RAY EiNlTTING CO.  C.-iu-iUa'ti Expert tilovc ami iillK iuUcr^,  MONTREAL.  K bile ol this and a t_*.tr-. of that, all day  long, dull-! ths ipp<".ti'.i and wcak-na th*  tUsestlon.  R-store your stomach to h������ahhy vigor  fcy taklnj*; a T-U-rir-.i-Co Dyr.prp-.li Tal.lct  ���������alter each meal --andcutout the "pieCn^*.  Nh-Diii-Co Dvsncp&ia Tablets  ������r������ the, best  (rlend* for  aulferers   from  ���������     ...... 1     1 ,. m.     .    r,. -  , *x,*m*^l-m.* .������ .*    m .. v*     ...j w^i^... - .. . ..    ������.     .. . .  ������l ycur Druggist's. Made by tho  Hsllonal Druff and Chemical Co. of  ���������C-naHt. Limited.  Iti  W.   N.  U.  0-.5  ji.uB������������-Jiu.-���������Ariuur ocnnnz-  ler's one-act piay, 'The Green Cockatoo,' yroduced by the Stage Society at  the Aldwyche Theatre, is an amazingly clever whimsicality. A grotesque  is its program description, and the  description is unusually happy: It ie  dariu_, ingenious, full of color, and  intensely dramatic and interesting.  The time is July, 1789. The scene is  Paris. The revolutionary crowds are  in the streets. The Bastille is being  beseiged. And a crowd of decadent  aristocrats are seeking amusement in  th.* Green Cocl.atoo.  Prosper, the proprietor of the Green  Cockatoo, was once a theatrical manager, and is a man of ideas . .d originality. Hi inn is 11 underground cellar, and here ev.y night the actors  and actrcsROa of his company pretend  to be criminals. One is a murderer,  another a thief, a third a bully, and  they tell frightful stories of their  irriiues 10 un audience of besatined exquisites.  Jt is all make-believe and yet not  all, and the real und tlu imitation are  woven together with masterly skill. A  real murderer creeps' in among iho  players and is, of course, at once rejected by the audience as an amateur,  and the fantastic becomes the tragi'-  before 'h<* end.  Henri, th star of tho company, lias  inarr'u-d ihv pretty actress. Leocadie.  The audience knows sho Is unfaithful  to hlni and -...at the Due dc ("adlgan  is? liei" lover. Henri rushrv* into the  collar distraught With (lcreo gasp-  n'r words ho relates how ho has  caught the duo in his wife's dressing  room and has stabbed him.,  The nrl.itocratii applaud wildly.  Nrvor have (hoy seen such linn acting.  Hut. Henri'*' followers are disturbed.  Tli'-y know the I'ncU'. Arid 1 bo nnd-  ln*.("c feels that here Ir. reality and  not Hhiim.  Aa he flnIah**H the : oh swiSpps into]  tho cellar. r'h. -HBllll<" hns rallen. j  Henri, the man who hns killed a line, i  Sh m-chilined 11 patriot and a hero. He !  ls bewildered. He Iiuh only hoen |  piay-nctinA all ��������� time. Tlio due j  iiiniHcif i-iih1ii>s iii Ii itiuj "inn friiMiili'i. -  Henri looks at lihr. nnd "the frenv.y I  rniind hlir. gets into bin blood. It Ib j  true thai lu- Is l.fo. adle'ri lover. He j  Iciiowh Hint, It Ih truo that he Is |  ;in ar lid on rat. And 'ic h talis him on;  the HinIra. ,  If nue  be  troubled   with  corns      d 1  ���������/.������������������inn, he will find In IlolIowuy'H (,'ui  Cure iiii a indication that  will entirely  relieve Hiiffcrlng. ' |  ; invasion of   Modern. Ideas to  Follow  That of the BatKan Powers'  j Constantinople, Turkey.��������� 'Hello!  1 Are you 25 Pera? 1 want to speak to  j the sultan, please!'  i .. The above wiii doubtless be one of  \ the first calls put through iu Con-  ) stantinople this autumn, when a new  i revolution, every whit as far reaching  i as the present political upheavals,  t wiii take 3 'ace. The revolution will  ; be no less t'-.an the instalation of a  ! complete telephone    service    in    the  1    Timlricl^        I^Onl.^1       ff\m      4-lr.o.       Amp!       Xim..*       S ..  .       .   ^. ..^m..        .^.^f. .K..        .^A .UV.        ������.*������?..        ...UlC       414  'its veneraMe history.  The   company   responsible  for   the  j instalation is t .cSociete Anonyme Ot-  i tomane des Telephones de Constanti-  1 nople        The backbone of    the    new  j Turkish? company is  formed by high  j officials  and  a large   number" of  the  staff of the National Telephone Company, of London, who with the taking  over of the British telephone service  by the government, sought and obtained new outlets for "their energies?  Stanley J. Goddard, th eformer general superintendent o*:' the National,  for instance, is presid nt of the Turkish company, while Douglas Watson,  former' district sunerintendent af  Glasgow is director general and secretary.  Nearly twenty exchanges with considerably more than 5(itOO lines, will be  opened in greater Constantinople, on  either bank of the Bosporus, including  lines between Stamboul and Pera, beneath the Golden Horn, and connecting four of the Princess islands in the  cea of Marmora with the mainland.  Two of th emany difficulties confronting the telephone pioneers in,  Constantinople are as follows:  Cosmopolitan speech .of subscribers. French, Arabic "or Turkish,  Greek. Armenian, English and German  are all spoken in Constantinople.  This difficulty has heen solved by  sending a bevy of girl linguists from  Constantinople to London, where they  have been taught the telephone business.  (��������� More Lunatics' In Ireland  .Dublin.-r-Owi-g to the increase of  Insanity in the counties of Gal way and  Roscommon, the governors of the Bal-  linasloe ABjlum have i.loci-i^d t * "ivot  a new wing, :t a cost of $200,000.  Solves the  Breakfast  Problem  A bowl of crisp, sweet  1 The Perfect Cleric  1      mmmmwtrxt*        ......     f%fft\ MnMulflU ������1 If r* t* I ' I \ ���������* ,m  ', ui tin.* minimi meeting of lhe .Soulli  ; .tfrlcuu Church llnllwiiy Mhaloi,. re-  j ccnily.  tuild  (ha     .      ^iMfgyiiian    for  L.*^,..t1l ������  fpll'ri        fMlut        III'        lU'Ofl,       llllll        1  I mnn, ul*W* to ride well, liiHpan o\en,  > and Hliow un- iminii, i^iikLht. anil nut-  I Ivcm be w������H an Rood nu unyhndy elfin  ', . 1 there. Al-.ovn all be nmr.t be a  i perfeVw cenflorni   .  Post  make a most delicious mca'.  Thfsf crinkly hits of lonslorl  while corn, ready to serve  direct from package, arc n  tempting breakfast when served with cream or milk, or  fruit.  The Toasties flavour ia a  pleasant surprise nt first: then  a happy, healthful habit.  is no: so large  period the Minneapolis elevators received 20,414,584 bushels t. No. 2. On  August 31, 1912, they had shipped out  22,242,410 bushelb and still had on  band 51.648 bushels, making a total of  22,294,094 bushels, or a gain of 1.880,-  51^ bushels.  VWhen the tables on No. 3, No. 4.  "rejected" and "no. crade" wheat were  explained it was easily shown where  the grain in No. 1 and No. 2 came  from. In the last four instances  there was a loss in the elevators.  There were 9,777 031 bushel", of No.  O mm0\<*0*.l ������������������>_-������_ *���������!*������������������*>������������������ *% fm +V* j-k *t-**f#** -n-rio %*a Tit en  u    1 cvci *��������������� ^rv*    uui *A*������5 .  inc.   ������- I** Ke    J ������������������"���������L** ������J *      *. *v������*_  shipments amounted to 7,664.232 and  on August'31? 1912 the elevators had  on hand 140,624 bushels. Tlie total  of No. "3Ywheat, either shipped or on  hand, was 7,804.856 bushels. There  was a loss in No. 3 grade of 1,972,-  175 bushels.  In No. 4 grade the elevators received 2,812,653 bushi , and shipped  oiit 624,433 bushels.. The loss in this  grade -was 2,188,220 bushels.  The "rejected * wheat tabids showed the same condition -. In this case  tVigjv������ were 1175,*_3 bushels received  and 621,773 buthels shipped out, making a loss of 553,740 bushels. ;-  But it".was in the ''no grade" 'Class  where the largest loss appeared. Here  4,695,565 bushels were received; At  the eud of the two year perici VOOO;94K  bushels had been shipped and there  was on ham. 249,393 bushels, making a  total pf shipped and on.hand*of 1,25.0,-  338 bushels and leaving 3,445,227 bushels entirely unaecDiin'   1 for.  Cases of individually'owned elevators were also cited to the senate committee. One of these had received  215,142 bushels of No. 4 wheat and at  the end of t-he.two year period had not  shipped out one bushel of this grade  and did not have *.v > bushel 0.1 hand.  In other words, every bushel of this  grade, the grade for which the farmer was paid, was mixed and came out  in the No. lane! No. 2 N������v.*thern  grades:, the grade for which the elevator owner cold it.  The elevi.tor . en who have testl-  lled before Thu senate committee and j  the house committee have argued that |  the grain which they make by being  allowed to - ilx is largely offset in the  cost of the mixing process. This  fact is vigorously disputed by James  A. Manaiiau, couiibel for tae house  committee, recently elected congrcas-  nmn-at-large for the Btute of Minne.  so'a. Mr. Manah::n's contention is  thau tho fanner is the loser by many  millions every year under the presont  syBtem.  "When the elevator conipanle-s buy  tho wheat tiuy give the fanners tho  prices prevailing that day for No. 2,  3-"rejected" -.r 'no nraa'e' .���������u:,- ,\h  Mannhan at ono of the acHs'ons. "On  that Biinio flay, these aa: ' elevator  companies soil u future on No. 1 and  2 for prnc'.U'Ully that kiiiih. aniount.  Their experience- has liiught Uioin that  thoy can mix the lower gulden ko as  to llll the future order with No. 1 and  2. On thnt vory day thoy make a  profit rnnivlng from lhe prlco they paid  lor tho lower grades nnd tho prlco for  which , they -ill the future on No. 1  nnd No. 2. In my opinion thin nets  them a profit amount nig to hundreds  of lliouuaiidH of dullui'B. Truo it iB  that thoro is somo oxponso In tho mix-  In-' pr.iceKH but even so I bollovp that  tho rlevitor nmn Ih-nuikln-x an enormous proll'., a prolil way out of proportion."..  I''. wY'isvii, eiu'iM 111 lln* liraill iiiM,|im:-  1lori'df*pnriinent. when iiHked regarding  tho relation of Hie nyHtoni of mlxlni*  with'iho sample niarUot, Hiild: "A hiiiu-  plo nmrU-ftt would ho of no value without the prlviloRO of mixing. Tho two  go hand In hand. ! believe that tho  elcvr.tor men, havlnr* the prlvllogn or  mixing, cu. pay a premium' for the  upper level 01 the grudo,"  In another niatomonf i.uide before  iho committoc Mr. Maniihuii said thero  wa������ no doubt that Um elevator com*  panic* are gctUu. much or iho proiu  that nhould ho BoliiK to tho I'lirnjei-.  Make the Horse Glad  a'-mm-^M-      ^^9������������������t   __a).^. _���������I      ���������5^���������,������_!        ft_���������_T   ������������������. __|B���������P  uu B_sag������iif gu-r svvrt-i  Clip hlii before you pat htm mt tho serine ,'ork.  TMce off his winter oo������t th������t taolda the wet  Bwe*t������Dddlrt. He'll eat mors sood from his  feed, look better, rest better end Blvoyoa better service In oTery *tmr.   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The Canadian  vlub  Banquet In Lon-
don Attended  by   Many  Prominent
Personages ��� Patriotic   .Speeches
Mark ihe Proceedings,   and    Much
Enthusiasm ie M-*rii-r-.sted.
London.���Many prominent men attended the Cftfia jr. Club banquet. Sir
Frederick William  Taylor,   who   was
chairman, had otitis   right   Admiral
Prince Louis of tsattenberg,   and    on
hie left Earl Rosebery.      Others present included Admiral Sir Major General Sir J    Hanbury    Williams,    S'*
Arthur Lawley, Charles Meredeth, Viscount Milner, Sir Felix Schuster, Sir
Edward    Whito    and    Kon.    Robert
The sp_ech.es of- the evening lost nothing In interest by being brief. Sir
Fpederlck raised cheers by his reference to the opirit of the United
Empire, loyalists, which was t*;ke dominating element in Canada in the
defeat of Reciprocity. it may have
been as quixotic and illogical an act,
he declared, as that of their loyalist
progenitor , but it showed the' same
spirit was still alive and that Canada
���was British to the core?:
The chairman went on,, to speak
briefly but earnestly regarding Canada's credit in London. The Dominion, said the banker, was almost entirely dependent for new capital -upon Great Britain, yet ho was compelled to say that the ignorance still existing among men holding high positions in Canada waa quite surprising.
Some? of bis countrymen had gone
forth to gather money thinking it fell
' from heaven. ' '   ?
The? present Canadian government,
pointed out Sir -Tederick, was intent
upon presenting a considerable/sum
of money for the construction of
dreadnoughts, and his hearers ought
to know that sooner or late that money
must _e. borrow^ in Gr^at. /Pr'taln.'
(Laughter). Criticism, he said; had
been .levelled quite naturallyYagainst
certain phases of Canadian borrowing.
Let Canadians, he said, he true to.
themselves, remembering that the
-maintenance of Canada's credit 4n
London money markets was vital, and
that its curtailment would be serious.
He''advocated general action in crushing the vendor of spurious Canadian
goods in the British market.
The best speeches were of the naval and .-nr*ili't.*3'rv...-.-'pnlicv-..?'?''������'���;.* "'frir*-'''
Smithers, chairman of the Grand
Trunk, who claimed to know some-
tiling about territorial militia, was
positive that the farce-could net be
efficient under present conditions. He
deplored the fact that Lord Roberts,
at eighty years of age, was the only
one whio would tell the country the
������ truth-. ���'.?���''..���       '"*��� ���   "    '��� ti--
Sir Charles Drury declared tbat he
believed? the   navy   was   never   more
efficient and ths country had ??_iev.er'
Mhad a better first lord of the- admir-
������ alty. . YY
.-;���' Major General Townsond declared
Zf ;t!jat if the territorials'did not; ,get.
all tbe training that was necesearv the
-���system and not the men. was at fault.
He believed the territorials could do
as well as the forces in the American
civil war.
Prince Louis and garl Rosebery did
not speak.
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old age pensions
New Step Is Taken by Leading Steamship Companies
Berlin.���-At the annual geneial
meeting of the, Kan-burg-American
line in Hamburg, Albert Boulln announced that tho company had entered an agreement with the Cunard
and the lines of tbe Mercantile Marine Company for mutual Insurance in
order to avoid tho high insurance
comoanies Tor insurance risks. Explaining the project Herr Boulinsaid
that the lr*f*urance companies in recent ���" times had done such a' poor
business that they had been compelled
to resort to a "heavy increase in the
The German, English and American
lines had for a long time been considering how th*"/ v.ould relieve themselves of the growing burdens o�� the
private insurance. Consultation with
p-minpnt Ene-lish jurists and shippers
flnflllv led to the decision to form a
mu*u"l company. This will at first
Include o-ily the corporations inst
nnmefl. By their new pvsteir. of in-
s"ring one another th*-* lines hone to
e-Vert a suh'-ita-n'-ial saving in insurance expenditures.
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Paper...Plants for Canada
New York, N.Y.���-"Placing of news
print on the free list will result in the
removal of the international Paper
Company's plants from this country
to Canada, according* to P: T. Hodge,
president. Not- only will-.this apply
'to?the 'International,' says ?Mr. Hodge,
but to aii the'paper manufacturers at
present located in the United States.
The Canadian? government has offered many inducements to . American
paper 'companies and several of the
larger ones have made preparations
for such a movement.
Although the removal of /the tariff
wiili not reduce prices rad ically, according to paper men. it will result in
ti.a transfer of the industry to Canada
where they will no longer be. subject
to the Sherman Anti-Trust law.
Method   of
Tries   New
'���' Escape -
Kingston, Ont.-���Frank .Tones, now
in the penitentiary, who has sent a
letter to Gov. Amnions, of Colorado,
seeking extradition and' stating that
he and three others took part in the
robbery of an express car of the Denver and Rib Grande train in 1908, and
that they buried part of the loot
which amounted to about $50,000, is
one of the notorious Mecum "Brothers,
both of wholn are in the penitentiary.
iJones Is now serving a term of thirty-
six years for eEoapingf roan the penitentiary, assaulting officials,., and attempted murder at Winnipeg? He
is one of a gang which made a sensational attemnt to break away from the
guarls'at Toronto station a year ago.
Jones says If he is extradited he
will tell where the rest of the hidden
loot Is'-vY'.?
Warships are now Making a' Demonstration to Intimidate    the    Montenegrins,   -nd Should this  Prove  Ineffective,  Powers  May    Occupy    a
Port to Enforce Dictum.    ���
London.���Just a- Montenegro    hns
scored her first real success by getting
a foothold on Tarabosch. the key to
Scutari,  the warships of the powers
are gathering along the coast to compel her to gi��-e ,up the most precious
fruits of five months' fighting,.    After
a   series   of   desperate   engagements,
the Montenegrin . assisted by the Servians, are practically in command of
Tarabosch.    Simultaneously with the
arrival of this news, came the further
information that Australian warships
are. anchored off   Antivar   and    that
British  and  Italian  warships  are  on
their way to join  them for the' purpose   of   making    a     demonstration,
which ii approved hy all the powers,
not exceptfrjjr Russia.
Should the demonstration prove Ineffective, it- is understood that the
Montenegrin port of Duligne will be
occupied. When the Montenegrin
trouble is but of tne way, it is:likely
that the powers will have to deal with
Servia- She has informed the British minister that It was impossible to
withdraw her troops from Scutari, as
Servia was bound to Montenegro until peace had been signed, and tbat
any drawing out at the present ttone
would be the death knell of the Balkan
alliance. Y
Servia, too. is reported t_ be preparing .for tlie permanent .occupation
of U-urrazzo. This action would be
directly..' against the? decision of the
" -An agreement has practically been
reached, with regard to the bounlary
between Turkey and iml^iria, although Bulgaria is -guarding ^gainst
any slip in the peace ueBbtiations
and is moving virtually Yhe whole of
her Adrianople army 40 Tchatalja.
The captured town will be left in i��os-
session of General Darmes.
An agreement is reported as having
been arranged between Bulgaria and
Roumania, the latter getting Siiistria.
Conquest  of  AJp   May  Prove   as   Important as That of th*1 Sea ���*"
London.���Details of German's coming glgantii; exx>Biiditure ou ua.val alt-
craft published In London, have produced a remarkably unfavorable impression here. Under the new
scheme the German navy will have
two naval squadrons, four airships
each, all in commission, and fifty aeroplanes divided into seven fleets.
Further military aircraft Increase*
will give new tleets of thirty new air?
ships and 250 new aeroplanes.
Cuxhaven Point, *he most convenient for a fleet to the united kingdom,'
ls being f-nec'slly de-veloped for aircraft. These particulars followine*
the modest expenditure o! 850,000
pounds, announced in British estimates have given British public a
Last week thf demand thit we
should plunge into large Immediate
expenditure on war a.rcra't was confined to a ��"mall group. To-day it is
general   talk.
'The Da'-v Mail, which is admitted
the lea ling author'ty on aviation in
jjjngland, supported rhe govprnment
oroTarom."* a fortnight ago, but now
deelare-a that n��w German measures
will n-Acessitate, immediate'revision-., of
British measures: Today it makes
an announcement the significance of
whichYwill be understood when it Is
rememberpd that Lord Nortticlif-fe has
'played'a' leading ."part in aircraft de-
floods, also in tha> lowlands bordering
streams and rivers in Kentucky, Southern Illinois and Southern Missouri,
but reports ar�� so meagre because of
interruption of communication by telegraph, telephone* and moil, that no
estimate can be made of how much
wheat land ls under water or how
much of the cro" will be lost. There
were windstorms of unusual severity
early in the week but thesa did not
materially affect the wheat as the
crop was not far enough advanced.
TKere was a heavy snow in Nebraska,
is.SI.ocvo, v^rT-iaiiOIlia, Suu .vjjSSOuFJ   vvniiCai
was  of  benefit.       Reports  generally
Indicate a good stand, and with the added  moisture  the  prospects are that
the-plant will show strong and healthy
growth when warm weather sets in.
The weather    of    the    Northwestern
States as well as the Canadian Northwest has baen   fine   and   spring-like
since Friday last and the snow is fast
disappearing.        Seeding    has    commenced  in a  few  spots  in  Southern
Minnesota and    South    Dakota    but
with   favorablo  weather  seeding" will
not likely commence for two weeks or
more in the Prairie provinces as the
snowfall  this  wintw has been  unusually  heavy.    This   week's   summary
of foreign crop conditions gives a general   favorable   report   for   about   all
countries.     Routine statistics are less
bearish as, the amount bn passage, the
European visible supply and the United States visible supply all show fair
sized   decreases..   The     amount    on
ocean    passaee    decreas *s    2,144,000
bushels and is now. 57,488,000 bushels
FOR  APRIL   13, 1913
���**elopr��..fMit  in  Ens**U.nd.    It    declares. .������....-.-._-  *.-������*���         >.-~
that danger to thi. country and the j against 49,66.2,000.^bushels a yearago
fleet., caused by the development of
foreign airships, is ��� exaggerated .-'���-' No
invention has yet mad*3 them anything,
but the sport of ��� winds. W'hile they
have made nnmercK . fine voyages'"not
o-ne of tbem has equalled the records
of ordinary s-pheri'-'vl balloon'-' driven
before the wind. The future lies with
th* waternlane, which Is an aeroplane
able to alight and start from water.
In men-inn an attack of airshios the
waterplane can '?.��� manoeuviftred muoh
mv\f.m.f.       fm.,i fml.tm. .     .......I..*-%.. I.. ^.��..^.Tt%
u. *vr4 e     ^.uxvj_ji.t,     '    ynre-l^.-iiy      -in        i i/ui^ii
weather, end it is ' believed that the
flpet provided with sufflcfent water-
plane fcouts would be able to seek
oiit and destroy airsMns. ���
FORTUNE OF $75,000,000
Lateti j?
Some Ideas are Laid Before Committee at Ottawa
Ottawa.���P. A. Acland, deputy
minister of labor, told thi old age
pension committee that there was no
way out of the old age pension scheme
for the destitute deserving poor.. He
also favored the government taking up and developing the present annuities system, so as to make it both
attractive and profitable to the wage
earners and people of ' moderate income. This might have to be by contributions.
J. C. Watters,' president of the Dominion Trades and Labor Congress,
gave very strong evidence In favor of
Rn old Ago nonslon Rc-heme. Ho maintained t-at it wivs absolutely necessary
for aid to be given to wage earners
who are not suro of steady work and
who In addition have large families
io support, so as to prevent them from
drifting down into helpless poverty.
Mr. Wutters said he was also in favor
of the government taking care of both
wldo-ws anl mothers with proper assistance. It has been found in othor
countrlos '.hat it is cheaper to aid the
mothers than maintain their ci.JJdren.
EStimatecf "Wealth  of    the
Pierpoint Morgan
New York.���Estimates of the fortune left by J. P. Morgan, range from
$75,000,000 and $125,000,000. It is
understood tihat the financier's will is
of recent date, but no intimation has
been made as to when it would be
given to the public. Mr. Morgan's
personal counsel declines to discuss
the matter.
Those who shared Mr. "Morgan's
Close friendship predict that thepe will
be large charitable and public bequests
'although it is conceded that the-son,
J. P. Morgan, will doubtless receive
the bulk of the fortune. Mr. Morgan's holdings were small. By far
the largest part of the estate it is
understood will be made up of. gilt
edge securttioG.
United States Will Probably Officially Notice New Republic
Washington, D.C.���Recognition, of
China was discussed at length at a
cabinet meeting, but no decision was
reached. It is very proba.ble that
the United States will recognize China
at a republic when the constituent
assembly meets on April 8.
While this government. Is said to
desire to be the flrst to show its
faith in the stability o2 the new Chinese republic there are many indications that action will be deferred until
the constituent assembly organizes.
Secretary Bryan has been in conference lately with the Chinese minister and President Wilson and his cabinet aro talcing tho deepest interest in
thj Chinese situation.
British    Government    Retention      of
Ships  Causes   Some   Irritation ?
, Sydney, N. S. ���The Sydney Sun, referring to Australia's proposed naval
expansion, says: 'the British Admiralty will welcome another super-Dreadnought for the Imperial fleet, as it wiii
quicken the pace, of the other oversea Dominions in the matted of naval
The arrival of the new Australian
battleship, New Zealand, in Australian
caused by. the? Government's change
in the plans for battleships of the future. It was intended that the
New Zealand? should should cover with
her sister -"'ship,' the Australia, the Pacific, and the Admiralty's- change of
opinion on this matter, leaving^ the
Australian alone in the Pacific, is perhaps the cause of the acerbity to the
Australian programme
Free Gold In Ontario
Sudbury, Gut.���-Word "cached town
recently, that Ludsori Brothers, Copper CiiiTe, who have the contract for
sinking a twenty-five foot shaft oh the
property of D. McDermott, of Escanr
aba, Mich., in the township of Davis,
Sudbury district, have made a rich
find of free gold. 'The property is
thirty-five miles from Sudbury on the
new C.N;R. line from Winnipeg to
Ottawa. The find has created considerable excitement among the mining men here.
C.P.R. Plans Typhoid Inoculation
Calgary, Alta.���All employes of the
Canadian Pacific on tlie Alberta and
Saskatchewan divisions are to be inoculated against typhoid fever. In
the nei_hborhoo-."I of 8.000 prnployeo
were inoculated last year and of this
number but two were taken with tho
Weekly Grain Y Letter Supplied by
rhompso.-ip S_n<5 fi, Go., *_ram Mer-
chants, Winnipeg.
?\vmniiie^i Aprijt 1.���There has been
no .uuuoucti de* tsiopnieht�� iu ijits sv-iitiit
toj.-i.Ua'Ci-���    iU'J-    U-ou'  We_j_    Out.  _���.ceo
nd t_e jeauiiig j_ariieis, nave ; sU- vvji a
_ii��uu_j UjJ*.V^i(i UcjjtU alia -lOai���g \i*x-
u&s toiiay _iie _c. vo x^c. xugnei* tnaa
ui-y  w��=re a weeii a_o. ���'.-.'-vouau-ued
B-t*iigvn m the Liverpool niavxet na-s
o_��u  oiie inain     cause    oj!    6a*on_er
marKeis ou tais side.?    It has  oeen
iepoi-t-d at dunerent times tnat "luur-
ojjti   nas   ov^roaufeiic   ,ii_i_eii   on   ac-
cuunt oi the war out.stat���-.Tics do not
cohttrni tnjis ais stocks mere are less
tnaa? las't, year in spite ot the neavy
,world's . snipnients. ?,.    There    is    of
course a much    larger    amount    on
ocean passage than in previous years
but it seems to be.abooroea as -soon
as it arrives' witixou'c   enlarging    the
stocks.     While -locks in America are
not decreasing as fast as some would
like tt^ey may oe uu required be-toi-
io.e rorming new crops are availaDle if
the: old world marlcecs continue io absorb- the  weekly  shipments    at    the
rate- they have been doing the past
��� few mon'tJhs.      This  evident absorption of supplies without   any   corresponding increase in stocks shows the
international position of wheat to be
strong and  that there  is  no  reason
���wny the remaining surplus in America,
should not be worked o* around the
present price level or even a higher
level should any    unfavorable    symptoms   develop   regarding  the  coming
winter and spring wheat crops.    The
winter wheat    crop    in   the    United
'States    Is    making    satisfactory progress and the latest report, of the Modern Miller says the general condition
of the crop 'has not been impaired by
the recent storms,,   rain    and    show.
There will he a loss of acreage In Indiana and Ohio as    a result   of    the
A decrease of 1,912,000 busnois.an -une
European visible makes the' supply
now 89,376,000 bushels. World's shipments for -the wed: -*-ere 13,520,000
bushels compared to 12,776,000 bushels
last week and 11,37^,000 bushels last
year. Argentine and 'America were
the two principal shippers with Argentine over 6,000,000 bushels and
America 3,688,000 bushels. Russia
only shipped 720,000 bushels.
The ?Winnipeg market has been
stronger?<and trading in futures and
cash 'have been in larger volume. Bx-
noH enquiry has improved. A moderate qua-ntlty lias been worked mostly for Miay and June shipment. Receipts continue^liberal but country
shippers are Inclined to hold back on
selling orders evidently expecting
higher prices sifter navigation opeus.
It is expected that _a.vlgation will
open about the middle of *tihe month
or .shortly after should the present fine
weat-her continue.        The    Canadian
St. Petersburg Uproar
St. Petersburg.���Tho Russian government hns shown itself capablo
only.of following Austria's triumphal
car, said Deputy Savonko, a Nationalist, ln introducing Li tlio chamber of
deputies un Intorpollatlon regarding
the action of tho police ln charging
tho crowds and using thoir whips to
suppress Uio pro-Slav demonstrations
recently hold. These popular domon-
Btrutlonti wore held in honor of tho
victories CA^od by tho armic of the
Balkan allies over tho Turks. M,
Savenko said that the Nationalists
should not blamo any individual mln-
l��tor tor tho brutal methods employed,
but tho supine poli-Wonl policy of tho
Tho mlnlf-tr- of t.ho l.ntcw"nr, In re-
plylnB. promlsod to Investigate the
aonuoatlons mado against tho pollco
pnn, if rur.t.Rined, to punlnh ncvcrfily
tho guilty.
Aftor several members had spoken
tho oltting waa closed, owing to tho
Slai-U  lOabaiu   P-Ul'Ol
Wn*hlngton.���Itevonuo cdttor flon-
eoa, commnndod by Captain Jodinson,
will sail from New York for tho loo
' flold of fcho North Atlantic to warn
WlllJVi'ill*,     4*^��*144.^l.     .CCoi/i'ijJ,     m.'J>     ii.     i>4'\4
caution against a ropotltlon of tho TI-
<>i^Im    Air*** r>Xr*m -0#*i*\f*Kl*r��    TaI** *-��r*rtT��   \\<* n
^mm**m\e     t*��w**��< ��������**����� s_-����^-v->-**��    �����w.��������w,s,����    *.��^.M
rccolvud iimlruollonu from Wiuihliigton
to Ifcop ln closo touch with tho Trans-
alantlo llnors and tlo hydrographio of-
-nn_*>r bv wlrolens. Wlliln two I Statoa tho comlnpr munmrir. Nothiiinr
woolen tho rnvonuo cutter Miami wJllldonnlto nan ns yet been decided, but
relieve Wio Seneca and Hho lattor will I tho dd_a 1�� considered in n -uympathct-
��ut Into ffort for foofl and fiur-1. |le mnnnner.
Dayton Facing Serious Food Problem
Dayton, Ohio.���Dayton ia, facing ono
qf tho grayest problems that any city
of the world over faced, and wo want
tho world to know wo need monoy and
food for our Btrlckon pooplo, said John
H, Patterson, prosldent of tho relief
commlttco, after ho returned in company with H.B. Talbot, chief ongln-
oor, from a tour of sections swept
by tho flood last woe,k. Although
HOV_r'ttl carlimd** of provision** wero
rooelvotl, officials, In charge of tho
work stated thnt the food situation
was a matter of grave concorn. Moro
riSfupreofl havo applied for assistance.
Wo must havo rations for moro
than 100,000 people for an lndoilnito
period, Mr. Patterson declared,
Douka Goinfl to  B.C.'
Saskatoon.���A f.-Aln load ot Douk-
hohorH outward hound or. tho exodus
from* Saskatclowan to British Columbia, piiftHod through horn recently.
Thoro woro six hundred Douks and
their {iiiiillloii ou board. TIUh is tho
third consignment, two train loads
numbering 1,500 having loft last fnll.
Thoy camo from,Vorogln, Sask., and
ars bound foi Oastlognr and Klnnalrd,
v.'hcrc thc'.r comrntrlots have c^tab
llshcd a fruit farm
Would Welcome Prince of Wales
London.���Tho   Pall   Mall   aajtetto
said that tiho Prlnco of Wales would
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Northern are now taking all cars Ito
Port Arthur and as a result exporters
are not anxious to buy wheat in ���store
or en routs tc Duluth because *��*����. -��*e
the lessened shipments it will be more
difficult to get cargo lots together,
consequently Duluth cars will be selling at a discount under Fort William
and Port Arthur. The contract
grades have advanced 2c. for the
week due to advance in futures and
harrowing of spread between spot and
May delivery? Other grades are lc.
to l^c. higher. Today's closing
prices are: No. 1 Northern 87%c; 2
Northern 8*4%e* 3 Northern 81%c;
No. 4 wheat 78%c; No. 5 73y2c; No.
6 67c; Feed 58%c; No. 1 Alberta Red
Winter ��h.at ��0%c", 2 A.R. 86%C;
3 A. R. 83%c. _Futures closed May
89c; July 90*y8e; uctober?S7%c.
Oats������ -.-'������".
There has been a moderate demand
for oats and the contract grade is
l}4c. higher ^ sympathy with advance in wheat prices. The tough
and lower grades are slightly firmer.
Today's closing values are No. 2 C.'
W. oats 33 V* c *, No'.. 3 C. W. 30 %; extra 1 feed 31V*c; 1 feed 30%c* 2 feed
���26%c: Futures closed May 34%c-^c.
July 35%c.
Barley���' . ,       ,
Enquiry for barley is only fair, al-
+hou'gh prices are somewhat hifrl*ter.
Today's prices are No. 3 C.W. barley 47%e; No? 4, 46c; Rejected 41c;
Feed 40c.
Flax��� *      .
Has worked lower on continued
heavy receipts. Today's valuers are
1 N.W.C. flax 108i/ic; 2 C.W. 105V<"C.
3 C.W. 97%c. Futures closed May,
110V*c; July, 112%c; October, 116%c.
All prlites ouoted above are for In
store Fort William, Port Arthur or Duluth.  ..
Coal for All Canada
Lethbridgo, Alta.���A surprising
condition as regards Alberta's coal resources and future supply. 1*. indicated
by engineers* reports juot given out
at Lethbridge, now recognized as the
leading city and distributing centre
of tho coal belt. Tho evidence accumulates to indicate that coal Ib present' in this Trovlnco In quantities to
last fpr centuries, and even to supply
all Canada during that period. Since
the American coal strike of last year
the demand for Alberta coal has ln-
crtased rapidly, nothing mt labor
shortage now standing ln the way of
tho moro ndoquate development of
many important mines. Now railway
lines will fioon bo opened to Baseano
and tho Saskatcliowni- border, thenco
northward through Saskatchewan, and
thoso aro oxpocted to create nn enormous additional markot for Alborta
coal. .
Has Beaten Kaiser
Berlin.���Tho    German    Kmperor's
troublo    with    his    tenant    Helmuth
SchoHt has   ooon  settlod aftor being
befora tho courts for ucvcral months.
T)io tenant has consented to vacato
HlB ilirill voliiiiiiirliiy, nil iiimijiIi iiI-h-
lonM'' linn f\vn yonrs to run. Tho consideration pnld him hns not boon pub-
llshcd, hut ho Ih to receive tin order
of tho Royal Crown no a token of
tho Emperor's retraction of tlio statement that ho had thrown out his ton-
ant because l.o was utterly Inefficient.
Text cf the Lesson, Gen. xxvllL 10-22f
Memory Verses, 20-22���Golden Text,
Gen.   xxviii,   15���Commentary   Pre*
pared by Rev. D    M. Stearns.    ,
. Isaac, having indorsed    the    going
away of Jacob, blessed him again and
thiB time ti'Uly, and sent him away to
his mother's   eople that he mi_ht find
a wife among the daughters of Laban.
his mother'3 brother.,    So Jacob went
out  from    Beers!i.eba     wjiere    IsaaG
seems to have continued to live sinca
the record in chapter xxvi, 32, 33, and
went toward Harftu. ,'
Haran was in tr.e tame of Lot's
father, and he died in Ur before Abram
was called out. It was also the name
of the place where Abram tarried, until Terah, his -fatLer, died (chapter
xi, 27-32). It was from thence Rebekah came to be the wife of Isaac.
It would have "been a long journey for
Jacob from Beers-heba to Bethel in one
day (between forty and fifty miles),
so it was perhaps his second night
out en which he had this rdmarkable
experience. ThatN matters not, however. It was the dream or vision
that counted rather than the time
when. .
That one Who had acted as Jacob-
had should have such    a    revelation
from the Lord is the wonderful part
of the transaction.    There are, however, two very prominent facts in alt
the  Scriptures which continually attract bar attention.   .One is the exceeding , sinfulness of man,  with his
deceitful    and    desperately      wicked
he_rt, and'the other Is the exceeding
riches of the grace and love of God.
.It does not matte as to the kind of
ladder, whether steps Of stone or some
other kind.    But the great fact is that
Jacob saw a way of access from earth
to heaven, angels ascending and descending, and he heard Jehovah from>
the top of the ladder talking to hin*
most graciously ana in such words <fc��
no   mortal   could' expect   or  by   any
means deserve.
Because <.f Jacob's uhw*brt_iness an��
the wondrous grace of God notwithstanding even I have ventured to appropriate and have proved in worldwide journey ings the comfort of
verse 15.
The Lord, who stood above the ladder and sp>ke the words of love and
��� ....      ~���14.t.       ���-.
A..V.U        *V 44.U       |SOi���
mo oug��
graicc, no doubt referred to that night
and that event \"hen he said to Nath-
anael: Verily, verily. I say unto you.
Hereafter ye sha,ll see heaven open
and the angels of God ascendini; and
descending upon the 3on of Man.
(Jc-n I, 51). Some day when the
New Jerusalem shall have taken it-
place over the earth and the elect
Israel all righteous and the holy angels shall all Le ln perfect accord with
the Lord in administering the affairs
of the kingdom we may think of and
understand this vision more fully.
Meantime let us think of Him who Is
the way, '.he truth, the life, who became man for us. -The ladder was
set up on the cartel. It starts from
just where you ere. You mav step
on it if you will, but it must be with
both feet clean on tht, earth, actually
in Christ.
It reaches heaven; It is nbt too
short. To mount day by day we must
look lip steadfastly*-and see Him who>
is in heaven for ns
tlence, looking unto Jesus
els will be always ministering (Heb,
xii, 1, 2; 1, 14). Notice the four
'beholds' of verses 12, 13, 15. Between the time , of Jacob's leaving
home and this night's -experience it
looks as if the Spirit had been wort-.
Ing some true penitence in Jacob's
heart, and this special revelation and
message was the result of lt. When
we turn homeward the Father always
runs to meet un, according to Luke
xv, 20. .   ��� ��� .   ..-'  ;
Such overwhelming grace made Jacob feel somewhat aB -Simon Pete***
did when the Lord filled the ships vtlth,
fishes and -Peter said: Depa**' from
me, for I am a sinful man, O l^ordt
(Luke v, 8>. We do w��-ii io roniem-
ber that the Lord is ever with us and
that every placo with Him may be to
us the house of God and the gate of
Thb pillow becoming an anointed
pillar and Uie fact that believers are
called stones (I Pet. il, 5) suygoat that
instead of being prone upon the oartlh.
we may. becomo upright, anointed 11 v��
ing stone* to the glory of God.
Jacob's vow in verses 20 to 22 may
Jbo good or not so good. If ho is bargaining w'th God after all lhe p,ra-
clous assurances, as our authorized
version would serm to indloat"', then
his hinguagfi and hl.i spiilt wero poor
indeed. But If he snld: Since, on
seeing thnt, Ood will be with me,
(verso 20), hla words aro betler. Ho
has been consiclo.od by somo a vory
menn man hut if any who rend thest*
words do not givo tho Lord nt least ii
tenth of their income are thoy not
moaner than Jacob?
No further incident of his journey fri
mentioned, bnt ho certainly had
onough to think about and to comfort
and sustain him for years to como In
that vision. He reached his den-
t'.natlon. met hi- cousin, Rachnol, at
the well, helped her to water hor
lai'ucf'jj uiiccp tor ihe kopt thorn, and
home. He lovod Rnr-hol, "ii-ro""-! to
sorvo seven  yours  for hor that slip
l.,'trht. bpfininn bin ivffoi ��ni* fht*y
seemed unto him but a few davs for
th'.* lovo ha had lo her (xxlx, U-'M).  ,
Tn Hoh.  xii, 12. wo find thlfl slnt
ment:  Jacob flod into tho country
Syria, and  Israel served  for a wlf^;
and for a wife ho kopt sheep
K/HQ G��Cmt* AT, FOOTBALL MfltrCH J3FrHf����A/ A/AVy StARMY��_
Recently    King:    Georgo      watched I players woro prrnenter to him and Ida
a football match   betwoon   tho   army fmajouty shook hands vlih each.
!anrt    navy.    BetoiV   tho   maUVfc   ��>*[ *
Life Santonca
Vancouver,���Gcoruo Wilson, American desperado who last full (held up
*���  O T"* P    'rnli *Ti t'hc cvrt nti'! IjMt
tried* to* rob' and kill S."".!." 11.   Sin-
tiliilm   ivna    a/>nt I.*"!.-'-.'   -tn   llfV    lmpri��'on-
Torture Exhlblto
London.���Following   a    suggestli",^
\ A    ^vti(|v<4/,1-
-ICl.ng Alfoimo Iuih rocovcr-
��mr.\,-\    \\\r.   m.*t.r.li    nt   "M��    frtll
* _
.����' if
niade by 'Huron Von Horut or Btflh
Francisco nnd a number o^ Amoricawl,
li^-y*. **��|l ri*V*     *n-ii*f����ni vj-I n* t>     e+m>r*.     r***'*'le\ #%���*��> r*    wi-^'l.
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Ions lnBtrumtintH used in the forclblj*<
ff��lYrllnr��    tit    urrtT*-.f.n    *\rt armor-a 'lM.mX.
liioludn ��icr< uo, uml pllui-i, U-td d'>
forro tho laws apart, fecdjng tubim
nml   other   irtennUn.    The   collnctlo*t
�����.������ ��w       V��n^i<C%        mf.mi .���       \s*.       rw f* *******      0m-t #. ���*, JI*..       *  ti
from hla -��-.*>ny In a gamo of polo thf*| the miffraglsts. It will be (���.xhlbltf.'Jl
othor day, ll-o wnn prcnont nt maim in American cltl^m nnd will nftnrwarda
ln the palace on Sunday and went out I bo forwarded aa a gift to tho Smith-
motoring later on. Etonian Inatttut**
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The Review is the acknowledged udv- rf ing iiedium of the Oit-toii valley, en*  culating in nearly one thousand hoi es thr aghout tbe Creston district mm  reaching out iu a broad niautn-r into i here nimnnities Our mivfiti^nig mtep  nre based on the scale of trie I_ootpiiu> .. _ ���������.onndary Priutw_' Board of Ti. de.  Land purchase and hind lease untie* s, $7 tor stutntory time. Displnv ndvt'i  tasements, $1 per inch per month ; <>-nr adveitiaing 10 cents ppr hue first n-bw  and 5 cents per Hue in supeeediiig v eeks. Suhsoiiptinu rates $2 00 iv yonr m  advance. Our colnmns are open to coii*ributi<*ns drilling in tsihi ters ot Io'-hI interest and the welfare of lhe community. Contributions unibt be buet and  t-gued.  ������tt)������S  .^2j.fSc>S������\iSr^  ^^^^^tm������^m^w<������^^&  i_5_/  \t-itAR������\   ^  ^$i#^^##���������^^#^#^^#^|^#^     ^  1 Creston  99   tss\ = ==--   Mrs. B. 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M t^YALS Syrup of White Pine  and Tar  is very  K  ^_T     v~ ���������  ^ eltective.  Packaged in 25 and 50 cent bottles.  FfiR lafiRIPPF ip ��������� DR  ������������������������^������������������������$������������������������������������#������������������������������$9������������  *    . . .....  The Governmentais anxious iu the interest01 the country  to have the'timber taken out and used before decay and insects  get a firm hold. As is well known, dead'tin;ber is not able to  resist either of these enemies and it is only a matter of time  before what was perfectly healthy wood is filled with a network of insects7 boring and fungus growths. Damages to  the extent of over $5,000,000 annually are estimated to tal.e  place in Bastern Canada aud the United 3*-ates  These losses may not be paralleled in tbe west? but  there is undoubtedly vast depreciation going on at all times  and this will become more and more noticeable as time goes  on and timber values increase  Logging fire-killed timber "nvolvis *. s. c.*-. in ir.rny wti} s  particularly in bringing useless parts of the t.-ee to the mill  and in the danger of breaking when the trees ore : ting tViUd  There are difficulties in niilliug, in that the -oft punky  outside layer of decaytd. leg > ttke rp s:.:r.\tl i\lr'������.h is l-tul ror  the :;aw.  In general, tests ir.dieate   hat the soinul wood from   fire-  tilleri D^i-io-ln^ i!r Of ihe I>'._i:;e Cousi  ni-������\- s;:!eiv be U"?td foi  ���������    ���������      ���������   ^        ..  general construction purposes and ib*..t its n*.euts are  neaily  if not quite equal to those < f   material   from  greet},   grown g  trees.   It sliou d be emphasized,   however,   that  the e ie.suhs    H verv lif������ "blood of the vietim and unless entirely eradicated from, tie system ivill cause  -r.^1.. ^..-.Ur ���������.. ...-. .,,-,^1 ....,4-1 ������ i ..���������(t.Vrir'iwYn.'ii'ni,,ti< rf rl.i*-,v: S_ seri-jus complications. Bewaro of Mercury. It may suppress tlie sysipton������������������-cur 2TEVV-  apply Only to SOUIiCl  \\utO, ���������( l.'v-HS 1 1-OW ;Ug all'-.-KailiUlb Oj. 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Oommercial men and landseekers, will /rA  ' r~ mf\f.f.lm*r.   m\m0.imiy\l:  ol-.lra������ai>l.\.t W  1- ' ��������� ' -  ������  ������'  ������ Phniip 56 " Sirdar Avenue . ~ ? Bo-jfllfe  ���������fr-a-_'__--������*3"������@9-_:_-^^ TO  H. S= McGreath;��������� Prop I  A. ___..^   C_*    ' ���������" *C_<* _������/!���������_���������������     A *Ta*>.it-n_ '���������:.���������'���������-'- *D_\������.    _   fc'-. f*^  BLOOD POISONS are the most prevalent and most serious diseases.   They sap the  ne  173  SYNOPSIS OP COAL MINIG REGU-  m  LATIONS  Coi&l miuiug rights of the Dominion,  ia Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  Iking   &whvVs Scbop!  gov  3Bo_5 an&<5irls  Princips? .'.������ --..' iwrssCSierrJn**,ton  Heart Mistress? Miss Cherrington  (HonoKtrs certificate, Cambridge  Higher Local. B-'rmingham Unniver-  sity Education Diploma.)  Assistant    ^   - fliss Hodgson  iWM-iMBMM __-,������_-. -*me- ^jrocTw^^Bg^aiyCTWprjaiiiBiwj^ . aw  mam  _lll IHallg  i-l  ianii.aa.iti ���������.an.I  S2-r_r-m   m   "^lw m M-*--^^-^  Mm\      B^*l   mmmm m      -  m m _r  m fl     is ^-^^  |J^B  US    m immm  Mr. Henry IVIoseley in  :^---K__:__������__p_-_aw-_-_-^^  Comprising 125 Acres  GRAND FORKS, B. C.  The Beggar  A  Comic   Opera  MM  With a Bevy of Pretty Sining Girls  .Poars     ** g%nB jp* Tro>_C"iF"^   Poaohas  IPtommts   ^^r^L.^  #ifir---,-&d   cherHOs  |     GUARANTEED HOBV8E GROWN  $    Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  i "We can hold your trade."  I Estobllshed lOOObythe HON. 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SYNOPSIS  Although a good scholar, Binora Connotes-, sntorhits high school, is abashed by  h.p ccuntr**'* ^Er&ss. Sbs *ft***.Q~? 520 fop  boo_fl and *t"cdtk>n feed; Her mother is  unsympathetic, and Ettnora- tells her troubles to Woaleiy Slntota, an old neighbor.  When-Binora was born her father was  drowned In a swamp, embittering her  mother*a life-. Bilnota determines to raise  money by gutherlns forest specimens.  Tho intone  buy clothes tor her.  Elnora. gt ftting her books cheaply, finds  a market vrlth the Bird Woman for b'ut-  terflles, Indtlun relics, etc,  Mrs. Cob -.steel-s devotion to ber b_s=  band's use taory will not permit her to  boU trees or bave oil wells du? on her  land. The- Sintons brln^ Binora new  clothing.  Elnora lap _ellshte_ with her outfit; Her  mother sriys sbe must pay for it. Wesley and itars^ret Sinton discuss the girl's  a_@_-.  Pate Oorseat, a JLimtierlost frequenter,  warns Elnora not to vli_t the Limberlost  at aisat or 50 far Into t.be swamp at any  time.  Billy;,a bright but untrained little chap,  with a shiftless father and hungry'brother and sister* gets Elnora's luncheon.  Wesley, troubled by Corson's warning, in-������  veatigates.  CHAPTER XV.  Wherein minora is Graduated' With the  Bird Woman's Help-  Elnora handed ber mother a handsome black walnut frame a fc������ot and a  half wld������ by two long.   It finished a  small shallow  glass  covered   has. of  birch bark,  to the  bottom dt   which  elung a big: night, moth with ������5e.lieate  pale green "wings and long, es:q_lsite  /trailers.  A more beautiful thing would  have been difficult to imagine.  "I must get to worlc. for it ls ttfmost  June, and there-are a few more 1 want  ���������dreadfully," said Elnora. *\When J. get  them 1 will be paid some money for  which 1 have worked a long time."'  Wherein Margaret Sinton Revo Ed 3 a  Secret.  l^l^jLiNORA,   bring me the 'cowel,  J JS   j   quick!" cried Mrs. iJomtstooK.  I i   J   "Hurry:   There's  a  vitrmint  l^rfl   of some kind!"  j_tnora run into the sitting room nod  Chrust the heavy kitchen towei into ber  mother's hand. Mrs. Comstock swung  open   the  screen  door antt  strucK   at  So one of th? AtmlgbtyV? t������s*t deH-  cnte and beautiful ereatlunf-i'was sacrificed ^ without fulfilling thp Inw. yet  none of its species ever served so glorious a cause, for at last Mrs. Comstock's  inner vision had cleared." She went  through the cabin mechanically. Every few minutes she glanced toward  the back walk to see if Elnora was  coming. Sh������ knew arrangements had  been made with Margaret to go to the  city soma time that day, so she grew  more "nervous and uneasy every moment.   *  Noon came, and she prepared dinner,  calling, as she always did. when Elnora was in the garden, but she got _o  response, and the girl did not come. A  little after 1 o'clock Margaret stopped  at the gate.  "Elnora has changed ber mind. Sbe  is hot going," called Mrs. Comstock.  "You muse be mistaken,'' ualu Margaret. "1 was going on purpose for  her. She asked me to take her. I had  no errand. Where is she?"  "I will call her," said Mrs. Comstock.  She followed the path again and this  time found Elnora sitting on the log.  Her face was swollen and discolored  and her ejies red with crying. Sbe paid  no attenfion to ber mother?  "Mag Sinton is here." said Mrs. Corn-  stock harshly. "1 told her you had  changed your mind, but she said you  asked her to go with you, and she  had nothing to go for herself."  Elnora arose, recklessly took a short  cut through the deep swamp grasses  and so reached the path ahead or her  mother. Mrs. Comstock: followed as  fnr ng the garden* but she oould not  enter the cabin. Margaret Sinton approached colorless and with such flaming eyes that Mrs. Comstock shrank  back.  "What's the matter with  Elnora's  face?" demanded Margaret.  Mrs. Comstock made no reply.  "Xou struck her, did you?"  VI thought-you wasn't blind!"  "I have been for twenty long years  now, Kate Comstock," said Margaret  Sinton,' "but my eyes are open at last.  What I see is that I've done you no  good and Elnora a big wrong.    1 had  an idea that it would kill you to know,  but I guess you'are tough enough" to  stand anything.   Kill or cure, you get  it now.   soul   The  dale. 1 (inert -Hod would send tue to  burn forever, but I'd better done It.  for now he bus set the burning, ou ray  body, and every hour it is slowly eat-  lug the life out of me. The doctor  suys it's a cancer"���������  Mrs. Comstock exhaled a long breath.  Her grip on'tli������ hoe relaxed, and her  stature lifted to towering height.  "1 didn't know or care wbeu 1 came  uer������ jufit what i did." she said. "But  niy ���������vny is beginning to clear, if tbe  gn'ii" o? your soul' has come to ft head  jU j4 caoeer on yoar body, it Scobs as  ir the Almighty didn't need any of my  help ln meting out his punishments.  I really couldn't fls up anything to ������  come anywhere near that. If you are  going to burn until your life goes out  with that sort of fire, you don't owe  me anything.  "If you will gather a lot of red clever  bloom and make a tea strong as lye of  it and drink quarts 1 think likely It  will help you. If you are not too far  gone. Anyway, it wiii coo- yom- blood  and make the burning easier to bear."  Then she swiftly walked home. Enter the lonely cabin she could not,  neither could she sit outside and think.  She attacked a bed of beets and hoed,  until the perspiration ran from ber  face and body, then she began on the  potatoes. When she was too tired to  take another stroke she  bathed  and  v*.***-      mm. mm       si mmm?      +mw #������������������������*��������� "K-t %**_ Tn       t*f\S*V. l***?-*** *������       h<*>"  dress she noticed her husband's care-  fe~lo_g~_j-*a un* istto'Ba'aAL'BtnMmiini  fealf. blindly, she put tlie food In ths ������4  cupboard and covered the table.   She rs  took the lamp ln one hand, the butter Q  In the other and started for the spring H  house.    Something brushed close  by  *.f%m 4r.S,f. mmf* ~*.m- ,f.ml.mfm 4������.r.4- -S *V . IV ������������������ 6_  JUV.   .LllCC,   ClUU.  QUO lwacu  Juab   ������������4   ���������������������***.   .m  see a winged creature rise above tbe  cabin and sail.away.  "I got to go where they are If I get  them," muttered Mrs. Comstock.  She hurried Into tbe cabin, set tbe  lamp on the table and stood thinking  deeply. She -went to tbe barn for tbe  pair of stout high boots she used in  feeding stock in deep snow. Throwing  the boots by tbe back door, she climbed  io the loft over the spring bouse and  hunted an old lard oil lantern and ono  of first manufacture for. oil. Both of  these she" cleaned and filled. She listened until everything upstairs bad  been still for over a half hour,  liy that  ���������who rinn't  VTVU.UU      .. ���������������������      -i*_l"   t:  ������i  .11.1 V****������V*V*������       ���������" * ������������������*   ������������������������  pretend to love her only child, and all  for a fool Idea about a man. who  wasn't worth his salt!"  Mrs. Comstock picked up a-hoe.  "Go right on!" she said. "Empty  yourself. It's the last thing you'll  ever do."  "Then I'll make a tidy job of it."  said Margaret, "you'll not touch n->e  When Robert Comstock shaved mar  quagmire out there so close he went  in, he wanted to keep you from seeing  ���������srhere he. was: coming from. Med  been to see Elvira Carney. They uao  plans to go to a dance that night"���������  "Close your lips!" said Mrs. Com  stock in a voice of deadly quiet.  "Yoa   know   !   wouldn't  dare   open  them if 1 was not telling you the trut h ���������  It was hot in the woods, and I stopped l  ot-   /liirnptr'a   na   I    nnKSpd.   for   a  fully preserved clothing lining one  wall. She gathered it In a great armload and carried it out to the swamp.  Piece by piece she pitched into the  green maw of the quagmire all those  articles sbe had dusted carefuuy and  fought moths from for years and stood  watching as it. slowly sucked thera  down. She went back to her room  and gathered every scrap that had in  any way belonged to Robert Com  stock? excepting his gun and revolver  and th**������>w- it into the swomp. 'I'ben  for the first time she set uer dooi  wide open.  She v.*;is to������-weary now to da more  but tin urging unrest drove her. Shi-  wanted El mini, lt seemed to her sb>  nevi������r. could wait until the girl'. cam*-  and delivered. her judgment At iasi  in an effort to get nearer to ner. Mrs  Comstock climbed the stairs and'stooc  looking around Elnora's room.'.-/It?.wa-s  very unfamiliar. Tne pictures were  strange to her. Commencement bat  -lied it with packages, nud bundles  The walls were covered with cocoons  moths and dragon Hies were pinned  about.   ���������  Coder tbe bed she could see a' hall  dozen large white hoses. She did.not  know what they contained. She pulled  out oae and lifted the lid. The bottom  was covered with a sheet of thin cork  aud on long pins sticking iu it were  dozens ot great, velvet, winged moths  Each ?one ' was labeled, always there  were  two ot a   kind, in  many casen  fmii.     4>lr.rhTYTi,.���������    iinrfop   anrl   nnnor   Wimrs  ot both male and female.   They were  of every color and shape.  Mrs. Comstock carefully closed and  replace-   tbe   boxes  and again   stood  drink I ,ookinS around the room.   This time  THE   HOME  OF   THS.  TRANSIENT  m  GOMMQDiOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  THE BEST AND MOST  POPULAR   HOTEL. IN  THE KOOTENAY-3  I������������������_  ������*  Run on strictly up-to-date  lines. Unexcelled service ia  all deoart-G ents. Kitchen  staff (including cook) all  white ladies. Hvery comfort  and attention given to guests  The bar is s npplied witli  only the best brand of goods.  N  Porters Meet Trains  Wm A. HERON.  MANAGER  .-__.  I  l-n4 ru  .   "Don't, mother, don't!"  Mrs. Comstock ts truck again  caught her arm.  "It's tne one I want: It's worth a Jot  of mouoy: nou t: on. you shall uoi!"  "Shan't, missyV" blazed Mrs. con;-  stock. "When did you get to oosstn-.-  me?"  The hand that held the screen swept,  a hult circle and stopped at Elnora's  cheek., She stftggcred with the blow,  aud across bin* face, pule with excitement, a red^inurk rose m-pidiy. The-  screen slammed f������unr. throwing the-  creature on the floor before tbem. instantly Mrs; Oomstock's*. foot crushed,  it. Elnora stepped back. Excepting the- 3  ived mark, her tace vvas very white.  "That was the last moth 1 needed."  ���������she said, "to complete u collection  worth $300. Xou've ruined It before  my eyesl"  "If 1 had-known It was a* motb"���������  Mra. Comstock  wavered.  "Tbey aro what have paid for books,  tuition and clothes for tbe Inst four  years. They are what 1 could huvo  started on to college. You've crushed  the last ono 1 needed before my face.  You nover have made any pretense ot  loving mo. At last I'll bo equally frank  with you. I bate you! Yon are a selfish, wicked woman!   1 hate youi"  Elnorn tumod, went through tbe  kitchen and' out tho bnclt, door. She  followed tbo garden path to tho gnto  nnd walked toward tho swamp a short  *dlstnnco when reaction overtook her.  Bhe dropped on tho ground and loaned  against a big log. Wbeu a little child,  donporato nn now, oho hnd tried to dlo  Dy holding hor breath.  As Elnora loft'tho'room Mrs. Com-  utock took one stop aftor hor.  "You Uttlo huvKsy!" she gnspod.  aim F4iuu.11  was gouc.    Fler mother  stood ntiirlng.  ������������������-Sho novor did Ho to mo," sho muttered. "1 guosH It wtis a moth and tho  only'one sho needed' to got $!.00. sho  Httld. 1 wish. I, hadn't been ho fust.  Pshnwl Sho can find another. Maybe  luollm nre llko Hnulcos, whole thoro'u  one thero'H two "  Mrs. CouiMtaek took tho broom nnd  nwept tho wot li out of tho door. So it  wan from creiiturPH lllto that Elnorn  Imd got her school monoy. In ono wlult-  'Otting swoop tliore rushed into tho  ������������������'������������������iv*' of tho woiuiiu a full real I ziit ion  ���������of the width ot tho gulf which separated ber from her child.  "Wo hiv nearer t'tiaug'-ru with wnch  lOtht-r than we are wltb any of tho  HOlKhbora." ubo muttered;   Elvira's bedridden old mother heard  ine. and she was so crazy for some one  to talk with I stepped in a minute. 1  saw Robert come down the path: El  vira saw liim, too, and she ran out 61'  the bouse to bend bim off., He brought  her his violin and told her to get rend.v  and meet him in the woods with it that  night and tbey would-go fo a dance  She took it and hid It in the little loft  to the wellbouse and promised she'd  go*"  "Are   you   done?"   demanded   Mrs  I Comstock. ^  "No. 1 am going to tell you tbe whole  story.    You  don't spare Eluora- any  thing.   1 shan't spare you.    1 went to  Elvira, told her what 1 knew and made  her give me Comstock's violin for El  uora over three years ago.   She's been  playing it ever since.   1 won't see hor  slighted  and  abused another day  011  account of a mnu who would have bro-  &en your heart If he had lived.   Ho wuh  one of those men who couldn't trust  himself, und so no woman was safe  with him.    Now. will you drop grlev  lug over him and do Elnorn justice?"  i Mrs, Couisfock gripped.tho hoe tight  or.  and. turning, she  wont ������������������down tin  walk and started across the woods to  the   home   of   Elvira   Carney.     Willi  'averted head >*he passed tho pool, stead  lly pui'Htilng her wny.   Elvira Carney  hanging towels acvosfi the back fence  kiuv her coming nud wont towurd tin  gate to meet her.    Twenty yours, she  had dreaded that visit. Mrs. CotuHtoc-kV  faco und hair were ho whlto thnt hoi  dark  eyes  scorned  burned  Into tholi  Koltliif*.    Silently she Mtarud at tho \vo  uuui before her a long time.  "I might have saved myself the trou  blo of coming," sho said at lust.   "1 see  you uro guilty as sin."  "What nan Mn;* **������!iit������in been tollliu*  you?"  pauled   the  miucrublo   woman,  gripping tho fouco.  ���������    "Tho   truth,"   a'nswet'od   Mra.   Com*  ��������� stock  Huccini-tly.    "Guilt is  in every  line o( youi* t'ueo, in your ������ycm, nil over  youi* wretched body."  "It you know wluijt I've suffered!"  "BtilTeredV"  joerod   Mra,  Conmtock.  "That's Interesting.    Aud pruy. what  havo you sulfurod?"  "All tho neighbors have nuspoclod  nnd boon down ou mo. 1 ain't had 11  friend. I've always felt guilty of bin  deatht Pvo aeou him go down u thmi-  hiUKl Union, plain, au ever you did,  Many's tho ulght I'vo stood on tho  other buuk of that pool and llmtened  lo you, aud I tried to throw raynolf in  to it-oop from boarlug you. but, 1 dldu'fc  uer tsyns r**Hi**G OU suuic i>������jtro.o out: u.vi  not remember., having seen before, so  she picked up one and found that it  was a inotb book. She glanced ovei  the first pages and was soon eagerly  reading.".'When'the text reached the  classification ot species she laid it  down, took up another and read its introductory chapters. Then sbe found  some puiiers and studied them.  She went downstairs thinking deeply.   Being unable to sit still and hav  iug nothing else to do; sue glanced at  the clock  aud  prepared supper.   She  .vent out and sat on the frout door  step watching night creep all around  Ui*i'.   SUy started eagerly as the gate  creaked, but it was only Wesley Sin-  ion coming down tho walk.  '"Katharine,   .Margaret. and   Elnorn  pussed where 1 was working this afternoon, and Margaret got out of the car  ringe and called me to tho fence.  She  told mo what she had done. I've come  to ������ay to you that l:um sorry. She has  hear*)   me  threuteu  to do It  u  good  tunny times, but 1 never would have  got It done.   I'd give a good deal if I  could undo It. bnt 1 enn't. so I've come  to toll you how sorry 1 am."  "You'vo got something to be ���������sorrr*  for." snld Mrs. Comstock, "but likely  we ain't thinking ot the same thing  it hurts me less to know the truth than  to llvo In iguornnco. Now. if Elnora  will forgive me wo will take n now  start and seo whnt we can mako ont of  wbiit is left of llfo. If she won't then  It will be my tlmo to Icaru whnt nut  Coring renlly means."  CHAPTfcH KVIi.  Wherein Mrs. Conn-took Poseest**>������ the  11 ICY  Limherloit.  shook   hands,  I   I   I   Mrs. Comstock cnterc  L*:J   In.   She went to tho  and Sinton  roiirt       while  ed tho cab  Hinipcr tn  Me.   but   she  enilld   not SWIillOW   food  Then she henril the front seroeu.    Sho  reached   the   middle,   tli ior   um   IClnora  touched the fool of the stairs.  "Hurry nnd get ready. Elnorn," shn  ���������.lid. "Your supper in uliuortt spollud  now."  Elnorn cloned lhe ntalr door behind  ner and for the first time In hey' life  threw the heavy lever which burred  out  any  one from downstairs./ Mrs.  ''I'liiMlnHr lieunt Ihe lliilil nud kUOW  what It meant. She reeled/slightly  and caught the doorpost for support  For a lew minutes she clung there,  then sunk to tho ueiiroat chair.   Aftor  Something Large as a Small Bird Was  Fluttering Arounu.  time it was after 11 o'clock. Then shs  took the good lantern from the kitchen,  the two old ones, a handful of matches,  a ball of twine, and went from  the  cabin,  softly  closing the door.    She  skirted the back of the garden, crossed  a field and came out on the road. Soon  she reached the Limberlost  She bunted until she found the old trail, then  followed it, stumbling over logs and  through climbing vines and grasses.  ���������" By and by she began to see tbe wavering flight of something she thought  scar the right size.   She had no idea  where she was, but she stopped, lighted  a lantern ahd bung lt as high as she  could reach. A little distance away she  placed the second and then the third.  Something large as a small bird was  puttering urotmu.   luio. Corr.3tock Logan io perspire, while ber bund shook  wildly. Bhe began to pray aloud.  "This way, oh, Lord! Make it come  this way! Please! You know how l  need iti  Oh, Lord, send it lower!"  The moth hesitated at tbe first light,  then slowly, easily it came toward tbe  second, as If following a path of air.  It touched a leaf noar the lantern and  settled? As.Mrs. Comstock reached for  it a thin yellow spray wet her baud  and the surrounding leaves.   When Its  wings raised above Its back, her lingers came together. She bald the moth  to the light. It was nearer brown thaii  yellow, and she remembered  having  seen some like lt ln the boxes that afternoon.   It was not tho one needed to  complete  the  collection,   but   Elnora  might* want it, so Mrs. Comstock held  on.   Just there tbe Almighty was kind  or nature was sufficient, as you look at  It, (or following the law of Its being  when disturbed, the moth again threw  tho'spray by which some suppose it  attracts Its kind, and llbcaily sprinkled Mrs. Comstock's dress front and  arms.    From that Instant, she becanio  tbo best moth halt ever invented.  Moths wore coining.   She had one lu  each   hand.    They   were   uot   yellow,  aud  she  did   not  know   what  to  do  Sho glanced around to try to discover  somo way to keep whnt she hud. und  her throbbing heart stopped and ovory  muscle Htlfl'eued.    There was the dint  outline of u crouching figure uot two  ynrds away, nnd a pair of eyes their  owuei- thought hidden caught the light  In a cold stream.    Her first impulse  wao to ncrenm nnd fly for llle.    Rel'ore  hor Upa could open a I.*'** moth alight  cd on her brenst, while she felt another walking ovor bor hair.   All souse  of caution deserted hoc   She did not  L-uiv   10  iivo  if  out* v:uuiu   Uol   lopi.n.i:  tbe yellow moth ubo hud killod.   She  sot her eyes on thoso among tho loaven.  "More, you!" she cried hoarsely, "1  need you! Oot yourself out hero nnd  holp 1110."  I*eto Corson pnrted the bushes und  stepped Into tho light.  ������������������Oh, It's you!" mild Mrs Comstock,  "1 might havo known! Hut yon gnve  mo a start. Hero, hold them" until I  -mako some 80i*t of bag for them, Oo  euuyl If you brculc ineiii I d'������n*t guar-  nntoe whnt will happen to you!'"  "-.-city ficrc?, nln't yon!" imurlieil  Poto, but ho advanced and held out  hit* hands.   "For Elnorn. 1 s'popov"  PROFESSIONALS  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  R. STEWART  Real Estate. Loans and General Brokerage  Hatiena  ! Special  represeusative.   The  Bealty Company  creston  B. C.  1  ���������XT , .*  X \jix   11  r\tr>.T ������-to*t������ov  XJ> J.V4-* 1J.O x AV*t  i    r. e. HALiaa s9  Office   over  Frank Parks "Saxihttasa  1  ������������������Store���������Baker Street.  CRANBROO  TT  B. ���������.  want a Ford when the  season is on. Then  buy it l-day.  GXJY   LO vy j-.:_-*J_5J_P__yr  Consulting j-ngihbeb  ; RESTON  K.C.  MR. &  MltS. CROMPTON  Teachers of  Piano, Violin, Singing  Th re are hiore than 220,000  Fords nn tha ���������*/��������� orid's highway.^  ��������� the best p st,i blo testimony  to their unexcelled worth.  Pri'es���������runabout "5675���������touring car $750���������town oargilOOO  ���������nuHi nil equipment, f. o. b.  Walkervil������?, Out. Get par-  Get,   particulars   from   Ford  t  Motor Company of Canada,  Limited, Michigan and Four-  ti entb Streets���������or iro'ii  ������re$t������n /Into &  ������jf  ���������  Music Supplied for Concerts 8c Dances  OKELL, YOUNG & v**u.  Real Estate and Insurance.  il  'mv  wm  1ft* &a fficva tt7 fir  B.C  HOUSES TO RENT  ? RESTON     -        -���������  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Aooident Inmuraace  REAL. ESTATE, Eto.  TRAIL - - -  B.C  W.1R.Beatt������  CRANBROOK .B.C.  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DROP A  POSTAL AND I'LL OALL  _EP___. _______F_____k _tfu_ _m_ ___r  Harnmrnm   RepaiHn$g  X te.f*atf*IAt.TV  Dealer in   high   class  boots and shoes*  ii_a_  ..I,.  ria>ii|l_iN������ini_IIHI  Jrtii-iilttiMiaiiiiMwi.V;iill-gSf-rtSi^  N *_ _____*_J*,i^______i_  n.^rMrr;.^..^--?.-?.-^..^...!.'^!;,;-.^----:  summ ���������B-ft-fnCNt-J-S some, and holdouts go.  rAnd stars tbelr contiacts levtr,  But "Peanuts, popcorn, candy, uliew-  , ...ins kuo-i. Ice cold drinks, can't it-it  tbe player without u program. aanU-  ���������iviches. who wunta a c _ar'.'"  Snm to go on forever.  -^Cincinnati Enquirer.  * "Comedians., and dancers eo, -  Vanished the" great and clever.  But "Books and lyrics ay Harry 6. Smith,  costumes designed   oy   Mine.   BlanK.  wtgs   from   So-and-so's  and   scenwy  painted by Bjones" ���������  '     Seem to go on forever.  ���������Denver Republican.  peace talks come and peace talks go  In beautiful endeavor,  "S_6  "Bulgars  Smash   the  Turks   Again,"  ' "War    Breaks    Out    in.   Salvador."  "Diaz   Runs   Madero   Out.*'    "Ureek  Warships Attack Oallipoli" aiid "Uie  Indians Go on the Warpath"  Seeni to so oh forever.  ���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  Exact Location.  It doesn't always pay a lawyer to  be stern with the opposing witnesses*  when cross ...examining, tbeui. Tbey  are often as clever as tbe attorney,  and the following anecdote illustrates  how one witness "put one over" on a  bright young lawyer:-  "Sir." said the lawyer sternly, "yon  need not state your impressions. Wo  want facts. .Now. henceforward answer me categorically. You say you  live next door to the defendant '*"  ���������lea.  *T������ the north ot him?"  "So."  **xo the south?5'  "No."    .  ���������To the west, then?"  "Na."  **A."*." said the lawyer sarcastically,  "at last we are likely to get down to  one real fact. You live to the east ot  bim. do you?"  -No."  every day. f ost-mortem  examinations often show  that tuberculosis had been  arrested by strengthening  the lungs before the germs  gained mastery.  You can strengthen your  resistance - power by taking  Scott's Emulsion. It contains available energy in concentrated form, which quickly  nourishes all the organs of the  body. It repairs waste���������makes  rich, cciivs bio a si and supplies  energy to the starving ceils, it's  timely use enables the body to  resist tuberculosis.  For stubborn colds and  bronchitis nothing compares  with Scott's Emulsion.  Refuse substitute*���������insiai   on  SCOTT'S.  Scott 8. Bowue, TToronto. Outario   12-67  mr-.   HIS  CHANCE,  ^"^  *  m  Tha Tariff Talkies Parent Had Blank  Wher* He Wanted Him,  CLERGYMAN says tbat be has  witnessed some amusing incidents in connection with marriage ceremonies, but that of these  "How Is that, sir?* said the aston- 1 none was quite so upsetting to the dlg-  Isbed attorney. "You say you live- \ nity of all concerned as that which oc-  aezt door to blm. yet you live neither ; curred in a wedding of his own making.  ���������fj +_s east, west- sooth nor nortb= ' vrij������*> t*rv������ <.*er^������i2onv hsd beeti cvto-  What do you mean by tbat. sir?* r \ pleted and the usual congraiulatious  "I thought perbsps you were, incoro- I *&& been offered the pastor turned to  jpetent to form tbe impression that wo ! the assemblage snd said:  Jive in a fiat,** said the witness, "but  'We   bave  ail   known   these  young  1 see I must inform you tbat b������ Uvea ) people.   We hare seen tbem grow  up  Sext door above me."���������Fun. j from cbildren. aud now that tbey nave  - ��������� - j entered  tbe  holy  st-te of  matrimony  M;.mif.m,A ! perhaps some of their old friends and  . ,^_    ������.,  " ~ti,    .   ..     . . .������    =    I n������.f������hb'i"*s "US'0' bs*1***1 mmit snecial word  A wealthy New York banker wbbe ib i -���������r.-���������--       .   -     -.^.,  liOndon went into a shop 10 purchase s j to sa-y to ttiem-  Shotting Pape������* Pellets for Sport Dis  closes  identity to  Oeteetivs  Paris, France. ��������� The Paris police  have caponed the noionoub Udndii  named Lacombe, who su^oeYDeceniber  1911, has beei. actively &bug_t'.'-Orih  every part of France.  Rib arrest was due to the chance,  presence in the Boulevard de la Vil-:  It-lte of two   vn*uii������   . l*iis������"(ectors -      were loitering In the district fair;?As  they passed a show outside which-t^o  iieo were boxing, their attention:was  attracted by an onlooker who was  shooting little ;-'aper pellets at the  boxers. As his hand shot* forward  one of the detectives noticed between  the thumb and the index biigei* a  heart tattooed. "  Suddenly he recollected that the. ?de-  scription of Laoombe mentioned a  heart tattooed oa the right baud, and  drew his comrade's attention. BoX 1  had a good look at the man, and after  a hurried conference one of the inspectors letched Police Commi-s^ry  Duponnois. When ihey were certain  from a photograph that the man was  Lacombe, the three police officers  closed round him, seized his arms and  pulled them behind him. The prisoner made a quick movement to reach  his coat pocket, but he.was too late.  Ia his possession were two loaded revolvers, two bombs containing the explosive known -a cheddite. aud two  fuses.  The crimes with which Lacombe is  charged include the murder of a factory foreman at Decazevill ? two years  ago, the k'lllug of a ticket collector  named Tharry at Lea Aubrais station  near Orleans last September, the  shooting of M. Cartier, postmaster at  Bezona, in November, and the murder  of Ducrs: in his lodgings ai the office  of the Anarchist journal L'ldee Libre  '"a the P-issage de Gllchy last D-sce-m-  ber. When interrogated*by the examining magistrate the bandit denied  participation in the Decazevllle crime,  but confessed to committing the three  murders at Lea Aubi'fi���������s, BtiOua and  the Passage de Clicby.  Lacombe suspected Dueret, a fellow  auarchist, of having tried to betray  him. Entering Dueret's lodging at  midnight, Lacombe menaced the man  and his wife with two revolvers and  kept them for six hours in a state of  terror. As daylight was breaking  be discharged both weapons fatally  wounding Dueret, but missing the woman. Then he too!: to flight and  eluded the police for three months.  Cure Your Sore Throat  Nervilinp Wi!!  fin It  Blessed  Relief    Come,    Quick,    You  Get  Comfort^  Every  Pain   Dis-  '���������' appears' ��������� ���������  ���������'Experience has taught me that the  ^quickest way to cute a sore threat is J Pick  and. told t<  ' - ��������� \T.^.���������1,4 .       ��������� ��������� "    ~ -  iici vnuie,  P.  Maclean.    ���������  A  Dry Job  An Irishman porght employment as  a diver. The _rm chanced to need  a new man And so on the following  Monday morei-isr; Pat hid his e lilo for  the first time in a diving helmet .  Nc'W the. job upon which the crew-  t' which Pat had attached himself  ;/ -v worlcin^in comparatively shallow  water, and Pat was provided with a.  use   it  on  a ledge  writes ivira. _iuoou  My children always  seem to get wet feet and stay out in  the cold, aud in consequence I have  to keep a good household remedy  handy, I .ub in Nerviline almost  every hour, giyo the children say  twenty drops in hot sweetened water,  and make them'garg- with it. I  have yet to see tho cold this won't  brep,k up quickly.  From tho La Harve Islands, N.S.,  Mrs. Johu Walflelu writes: ��������� "We,  have been using Nerviline-Iter about  nine years, and find it excellent.  When we find aty of us gotting a cold  we. take Nerviline in hot water. It  is a sure relief t'or it, and is also .n  instant relief for Internal pains of any  kind. '..--.,  The remarkable paln-subdulng power of Nerviline and its ability to check  colds, intluenza r.nd sore throat is tin-  equalled.' Every homo should have  Nervllino handy on the shelf for sudden illness at night, like cramps or  internal pains. Largo family size.  50c; trial size 2.5c. at all storekeepers  or druggists, or The Catarrhozone Co.,  Buffalo, N.Y.  ---'--    uSiSW  ������H 5, 4������j������ itjei' With  vVijiuu uS   Waa  vet of decanters^  Not having the necessary amount 01)  sscsev on his person at the time, be  Save bis address at 'be hotel and in-  ���������tructed the clerk to mark tbem O. O. _*.'  Tbe clerk made note of the request,  hot the purchaser was urprised to and  the goods left at the hotel without demand for payment, in a short while,  however, be unpacked the parcel, and  it    _tfM*-p.!on<*''i     tHf?**-    aai.h    da/iantar    halt  been beautifully engraved in twining  letters "C. O. D."~Llpplncott's.  Anxious to Be Firm.  , ���������'Now,   Rufus,   1   hope   I   have  con-  Ttnced  you   tbat   there  aro  no   such  things as ghosts."  "YaEsuh,   You has convinced me."  "You are absolutely sure?"  "YasBUh. An* all 1 hopes !s dafc oo  CbOB' am g'lnter come along an* forco  me. to change my mind."���������Washington  Btar.  His Rival.  "Why  doe������  Pidgin   look  so  woebt*-  8006?*  "Hin best girl told him she adored  Maurice Mueterllnck. nnd Pidgin thinks  he hns a dnngerous rival In town."���������*  Birmingham Age-Herald.  For a moment there was no response  to thi_ suggestion. Then from his position emerged the fatber of tbe bride,  who delivered himselt as follows:  "I ain't certain that 1 can add anything important to wbat has been said.*'  Then, after a solemn and uncomfort-  alret.dy familiar  Down he wint with his ������ick, an *  for about fifteen r_i-ittes nothing was  heard from h;m. Then came strong  determined null on the signal rope, in-  Cicatittg that Pat : *.d -a very decided  wish to come to the top. The assistants pulled bim hastily to the r&'. :-.,  and removed his helmetl  Take off the rfst av it, said Pat.  Take off th_ rlst of It?  Yes. saW. Pat. O'll worrik no long-  fi" on a job w'-^re Ol car������'t spit on me  handb.  Prison Wedding  Paris.-���������A widow named Blondeau.  recently sentenced to two years hard  labor will.be man-tSd shortly in Versailles prison to .*n old sweetheart,  Jean Jacq ier.  A Safe Pill for Suffering Women.���������  Tbo pocludort lif-* of women ��������� which  permits of little healthful exercise." is  a ���������fruitful cause of derangements of  tho stomach and Hver and Is accountable for ths pains and hissitudo that  so many of tbem experience. Parme-  leo's Vegetablo Pills will correct irregularities o; .-ho digestive organs  and res tore health and vigor. The  most delicate woman can use tbem  with safety, because their action,  while effective, is mild and soothing.  i hey Wanted lo Hear I':  ShcwsHrUse:':r  jk-k*t8-.*_--__j  NOW.    f������1VIWlrori  .1/1    tKtt    *  o*������ f. r. 0,  !"!������->    tf  Attacked by Asthma, jne fit_t  fearful sensation is of suffocation,  which hour by hour becomes more desperate and hopeless.    To such a case  ..^ . .4*4!     .00^~J3 ..J     -U..     *I-V������. T T, TJ--,-.,  ..O-t*    j-t^iit-i    illJVJl tlCVl    UJ     XJX .    XI.    XS .     1VCU'  osrg's Asthma Remedy seems nothing  less than miraculous. Its help is  quickly apparent and soon the dreadful attack is mastered. The asthmatic who has found out the dependabil-  Arson by a Gat  London.���������A fire was caused at Dover recently b"' a cat knocking over an  j-w-JT-lri, -wiVt.    *a*r     TYTti  '. iamlets-road.  stroyed.  Dale's bakery. Tower  The building was do  able glance about bim -which betraved ������ity of this sterling remedy will uever  be without it.     It is sold everywhere.  bis embarrassment, his eye fortunately fell upon a neighbor/ a political opponent, who would never give heed to  the old man's views on certain matters  relating to tariff reform. The father's  face brightened, and in an inspired  way be exclaimed:  "But this seems a good chance and  one which ought not be neglected, now  that Blank is here, and I should like to  Bay a few words on the subject of  tariff reform!"���������Harper's Bazar.  His Guess.  Sbe���������I wonder why this Venus of  Mllo wns ever declared to be a model  woman. He���������I guess It wns beeu use  ���������be couldn't go through her husband-  pockets.���������Baltimore American.  Suspected.  It was while on  maueuvers and .  soldier was being tried for the shooting  of a chicken ou prohibited ground.  "Look here, my man," said the com  mauding   officer   to   the   farmer   wbc  brought the accusation, "are you quite  certain this is tbe man who shot your  bird? Will you swear to blm':"  "No, t won't do that." replied the  man, "but 1 will sav he's the man 1  suspect o* doing it"  "That's uot enough to convict n  Wan!" retorted thu 0. O., considerably  nettled.  Wbat raised your suspicions?'  "Well, sir, replied the sturdy farmer,  as he slowly mopped his forehead witli  his bandanna, "it was this way. I see  ���������im on my property with a gun; then I  bcord tho gun go off; then i pee 'im  putting the chicken into his knapsack,  and It didn't seem sense, nohow, to  think tho bird committed suicide."���������  Answers.  Their Complexions Were Creamy  Munich.���������Joseph Kleiaert, a farmer  at Pfaffenhofen. Bavaria, after being  fined $250 for sending watered "milk  *���������"* Munich, discovered "th&t tbe c^n?  had been lartly filled up with chalky  water by his three young daughters,  who were in the habit of skimming  the best of the milk and using it  ar, a wash to beautify their complexions.  Five  Miles up  .  Paris.���������M.   Perreyon. thp    airman  -scended to a height of more than  five miles at Buc recently.    This constitutes a world's record.  Dog's' Remarkable Journey  London.���������Some time ago the Rev.  W. Y. Fuller-ton removed from Leicester to Ixmdon. He brought with  him a terrier, whic!. was sent back to  I -'coster and then to Birmingham. A  few days after its arrival thore it dis-  eppeared and it was subsequently  found by the police in the metropolis.  The dog's condition was such that it  is believed it found its way from Birmingham to London Ly road, a distance  of 100 miies.  A Sad Day   .  What do you .onslder tho saddest  day of your life?  Tho day I consented (to let my  wife dc her own cooking.  A Fine Free Chow  The little man had taken his wife  and children to see the travelling  show. After viewing all the sights  that could be viewed for nothing, tho  entire family lined up in front of a  large booth, which advertised in huge  letters on the outside: The Grand  Elk���������The Wonder of the World.  On a small ledge in front of this  booth paced the showman -himself,  j entreating all and sundry to come up  and view, i-resentiy his attention  was attracted by the little r*an who  gazed earnestly and wistfully at him.  'Ere, you, he ' called. Ain't yer  comin' up?    It's only sixpence.  But the little man only shook his  head.   ,  Can't he Yiispered. "It would cost  me eleven shillings if 1 did. Yer see  there's- me an' my wife and twenty  children. ,  What! exclaimed the .showman,  hoarse with incredulity, and pointing  to the long line of earnest faces. Are  all of them yours?  A' nod was the little man's sole  answer.  Good heavens! cried the man of  the booth, as he bounded to its entrance. Don't yer move, guv'nor.  Just stay where y'are. I'm going to  give the Great Elk a treat. I'm going to bring 'im out to 'ave a look af  you.  her kindergarten class. I want you all  to be very quiet, so quiet, ih fact that  you could Lear a---l drop.  Everything bad quieted down j "eelv  t.nd  the teacher was about to speak i  when a little voice in the rear of ths  school room squealed forth: Go ahead, J  please, teacher, and let her drop.  Hill!  MM!  jEffer-.  vescent  That splendid, pleasantly  bubbling, tonic which stimulates organs and rids the  blood of impurities. Rosy :  .cheekB and vigorous health  reward the daily use oi  Abbey's Effervescent Salt.  Take A Bottle Home  To-day.  ,       ���������"���������   "��������� ?:  tiiA  lliillMMI  it!  A#, ___1 ?_������*������-A  fir   CENT   UIO    '"D__T������  DrU-IYir  nJ'.mr. ���������������������  The young daughter of Mrs. T. S.  Dougall, 523 Flora Avenue, Winnipeg,   , .,      .. M-      ^ - ,���������.      ^v *���������  was arranging    some   of   her   doll's  keeP hIm from getting the idea that  Bluff  Mr. Badgsrton :s hers, sir, said the  chifef clerk.    Shall I show him in?  No. replied the great organizer, le.  him wait in the ante-room for about  three-quarters of an hour. He haa a*  big proposition, bu; I am anxious tc?  Looked Like Raw Meat, ttched and  Burned So Badly Could Not Rest  Night or Day, Arms Sore from  Wrist to Elbow. Cuticura Soap  and Ointment Completely Cured.  lowar Bianrtford. Nova flr-ottiv���������"Thrno  years ago I bocamo troubled with nam antiH.  It canio oa a ranli.    My arms looked llko  raw iuw_t and Itched and burned ho l.ndiy  I could not rest nl������ht or day.    When  I  scratched tliny hacamn awfully noru.    An  long, im tho wcutlior w.vs warm it didn't  bother me ho much, but In winter It, was  almont) unbearable).    My arms woro soro  fctin t'*"1 wH.r. to tho dhow.  ������������������T 'land amoral cures which wero rccom-  tnendod to mo but without any av.ui.    I  HSW how I could get n. Humpl*** of Cuticura  ttOXP, <U>d Oliitmciu. which I did.     I u:..tl  tlio  *.:-;���������'���������I'-.J  'uul  *'>;rr*'"   v.r.  !rr,;,r',"���������<-:"��������� "'.  Whenovnr I applied tho Oattcura Ointment  tho Itching and bun-Amy **<*umid.    I nut a  full-stzivl box of Cutlrum. Ointmnnt and a  Cfc-0 of Outlcura .Soap and only ui-d about  iMUi^ whoa lt dltappuar.^! ami tidiho then-1 >  'b*v������ not. boon  irouMwf.    That wan tix  tnonths ago.   Cuth-ur* fiuai'i mul ointuuuit  eowpluUily tiurtid nm."   lalKticdy Ml.-.a l-'lulu  E.ailUCk, Mar. 7. 1012.  Outlmira ftr.*p and Ointment do ho much  #.w nlmiilm,  Mru'UliiuuU.  ri'.il.  rouuli hklnu,  itisliliig. m-aly ttCttlfw, dundruIT. (try, tliln nnd  fuJIliiK hair, chapped handu nnd nhai" i< i.n  nnlb  vflih  paiurul   nni/nr-Jiiil**.   thai.  It  im  idmoMt erliailiud not to nm* thnm.   A hIm/Id  Okka Ot Cutlrum NiMip "'I '"**��������� <������������������" ''"Ulriir.i  Olntmmit aro often ������unirl������nL whon all ftlin  tUM    lullcil.       t������ot������i    ������'*<" > ���������>'" '"���������       '   .     .#..������%.  ���������.,ii,..i 0.....   -ifl, ���������������'������..-.   Mlfln  mmm.m.,".f  -���������--   ���������   -  * Jtlook.     Atldrons pott, rtrd Vottir Unix X  ,CT*������n, Oorp,; IJnpt. *H1>.. Uuntou. U. H. A  VV.  N, U. 045  A Safe Bet.  A  Durham farmer was traveling to  London to consult a lawyer when tin*  fenr struck him that he hnd left cor  tain important papers behind.   He made  a hurried search of hi?* bag.  "If I did leave those piipers," ho re  mnrki'd. "I'm u fooil"  The Bonrch proceeded, nnd a moment  later he said:  ���������'I believe it'll turn out I'm u fool!"  Just as bo wus examining the liuit  bundlo of pnpera be exclaimed:  "Well, I'll bet I'm a fool!"  A muu on tbo other side of tho com-  parlinont lowi'ii'd hla nowapai'itT for a  moment and snld slowly and deliberately:  "Oblige,  me, sir,  by   Inylng n   Httlo  money  tho somo  wny  for  me."���������TU-  1 'J:t-.  A number ol autograph lottc.ra by  George Mcvcilith were oold (or $2,250  :.i ;j rs'-r-f nt Lindin auftlnn *v..lo, nnd  an autographed nong by Uurrm,. con.  siflting of thr'-e atanxas of four linen  each, realized $2-15.   Tho   autograph   score   of   WriRner'n \ iu,,i inontnl polno  "liulc, Wrritannia''  overture, written in  Tripoli's First    Pie*,  Cairo.���������For tho flrBt tlmo during  its exlstonce of nearly 2000 years, the  tewn of Tripoli haL- witnessed a theatrical perforraanco, the picco given  being Lehirr's'oporo, 'Eva.' The Arab  clement was strongly represented  among the a-idicnco.  TRAINE-  NURSE  Remarks About "louriahlnrj Food  "A physician's wlfo gave mo a pack*  r.yo of Git po-Nuts one day, with the  remark thnt bIio was suro I would And  '"���������o food vory honoflcl:', both for my  own uso and for my patients. I waa  partlculo-rly i'.tructed to tho Jiod, as  at tlint tlmo tho weather waB vory  hot and 1 approolul-d Uio IV.cL tliut  Gr.ipo-Nutn rcau.'.-en no cooking.  "The for'il waa dollclouoly crlnp, and  mout Inviting to the appotlte. After  ninklng uso-of it twice a day for  three or four weeks. I diacovercd th-'  it was n most, wonderful luvlgorator.  1 usod to Builov greatly from oxlmust-  ion, huaiUichoH und deprossica cf splr-  iln. My work had boon very trying  .ii liuit-;, ;iiid imligcr.tlon hnd :*,ct. in.  "Now I nm always woll and ready  ror any amount of work, Imvo an abundance of active  onergy, choorfulnest*  1 havo proved to  It Wouldn't Teii  Flamily Physician: "I am afr_ld you  have been eatinp: too much cake and  sweetstuff.    Let me see your tongue?"  Little Girl���������Oh, you can look at it,  but it won't tell.  FOR BABY'S SAKE  Fbr baby's salr a reliable medicine  should alwavs b" kept ln the house���������  one that will quietly relieve any sudden illness of baby: regulate the bowels, sweeten the stomach and drive  out colic, worms, colds, etc.. Such a  medicine is Baby'r. Own Tablets.  They are guaranteed by a Government  analyst to bo absolutely safe and thousands of mothers always keep them  in the house���������they n: ��������� tho mother'B  best friend when her little one ls ailing' The Tablets aro sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a  box from The Dr. Williams' Medl-  clae Co., Brockvllle, Ont.  Industry Bounds classy, but Industrious smacks of the dinner pail.  Lo:. "on.--Fred Eranuy appeared for  the thousandth timo in 'A Sister to  Aialst 'Br' at tho Palladium lant  night.  asuing oil a clothes rack, beside the  stove, when she fell, and her hand  came in contact with the hot stove.  She sustained a serious burn, and her  screams brought her mother quickly to  the spot.  % "I sent to the druggist for the best  remedy he had for burns," she says,  "and he sent back a box of Zam-Buk.  He said that there was nothing to  equal it. I applied this, and it soothed th������ pain so quickly that the child  laughed through her tears. I bound  up the hand in Zam-Buk and each day  applied Zam-Buk frequently and liberally, until the burn was quite cured.  "The little one was soon able to go  -������ri wr-h hpr pin v. and we had no trouble with her during the time the  burn was 1 eing healed.".  Zam-Buk Soap should also be used  by all mothers for baby's bath and tor  3kln troubles, raihes, pimples, etc.  Au druggists and stores sell Zam-  Buk at fifty cents box; a_d Soap at  25c. tablet. Post free from Zam-  Buk Co., Toronto, for price. Refuse  harmful imitations.  I consider it  worth while.  Old folks who need sbmeth'lng  of the kW, find  .-*���������'��������� m..mm.i,^ -.mom any discomfort,  increased doses not needed.   25c. _ box  ft* v������������r. druggist's.. "--  .as you  JUtftMl Drae ������i- Chemical to, of Cautft. UaiM.  164  Beware ot* Ointments for Catarrli  that Contain Mercury,  M ���������ernury will mirrly il������Htioy Uio hmim ot nti���������)\:  and oomplcti'ly flfrmmo tho wliolo ny-item whon  ntitiirln-f It throiu'h tlio mtioouu aurranvN. Huoli  tirllh'.yi sliould imvor bo iinisd iiicciit on proncrli)-  tlnnii 'Tom rriiutabln iiliynlcliinn, nn tfto ilMnnuo ll'.uy  will do In ten told to tho ircxu! you o������n |winull)ly du-  ilvn irom tlmni, IJull'fi CiUnrrh Curp. nmntifucturril  liy l'\ .1, Olionny A: On., Toli'do, O., contnlns no iiiiir-  ������������������ury, ami in Uknn lnt,������iriinlly. ftotlnii dlrently u*>on  tlio liiooii mid riiiiroun niirrareii or tlie Nyatom. In  buylna Hall'n ('uturrli ('uro bo nure you got thu  i.iiiiiilnn, it, iii uUiiii lnt,.irn������Uv nnd mado In 'l*olwla  Olilo, by V. J. tihuiifiy - <Jo.  'hwitlmonlai* truo.  Bold by Drumt-'Vi.   ITInr, V8o. imr bottlcv.  1'iik.n Unll'M Family VHln tor ooniiuiwttiu���������. .  PELTED WITH ROTTEN APPLES  Rome  Audience   Resents,  In  Theatre,  Gross tnsulisi to Their City  Rome.���������^A riot took place recently  IM      the,      rinatan.o      Tr*. m.m*m~     ���������   ��������� .,    ��������� ��������� ~~m..m...m^        m^\fWX.V,        llUUttJ^        VQ-  ceutly, during a performance by the  Futurists. For the past fortnight the  'art' clique have made the theatre  their headquarters and the leader Mar-  inetti and his staff of poets, painters,  sculpjors and composers have distributed thousands of pamphlets highly  offensive to Rome, which was compared with the lowest type of woman.  This has highly incensed the citizens, and an angry crowd assembled  in the theatre, where a Futurist demonstration was to have been given.  When Maestro Pratella appeared to  conduct a Futurist overture, the orchestra was bombarded with rotten  apples, potatoes and oranges and several of the instruments were smashed.  Undismayed by this host'le reception,  Marinetti himself appeared on the  stage to racite a Futurist poem, but  he was shouted down. *���������  Tho excitement rooo to such a pitch  tV *.t soon hand-to-hand lighting broke  out between Futurists and demonstrators ln all parts of the theatre. Several members of Rome's aristocracy  were Involved ln the melees. Tho  theatre was cleared and the flghtlns  was continued in the Btrooto. Ultimately the leaders oZ the FuturlstB,  with their clothing torn nnd faces  bruised, sought refuge in a cafe.  <������#lal*N-ll>^llll'������llll������*_-W������"l^l������--M--������M  Wedding Guests' Lon*ji Trip  Warsaw.���������A cardinal, two prlestB,  and fifty gucsta woro brought ' y Bpoc-  i:.l train from Poland to Biarritz, to  attend tho woddln/ of Mario, Spolt-  orny, tbe daughter of a wealthy Warsaw merchant, and Stophon Mnllnova.  Id.  REAL ESTATE PROFITS    1  We only handle property o* sterling I:  merit, on wnlch W6 are DreDared. to I  guarantee profits. . _  "Our WOODLAWN." ST. VITAI* f*  and "DEER LODGE'l_propertles *r_ :fj  good investments. we want a good -  agent to represent us ln every town.  For terms apply,   -  STEWART  & WALKER,  LTD. s  .-.-. r.  atm.lt mm  D..Il.il.. _  mmm...-m...jg,  "UOii't    .yS���������to    ttiuu    vTiitt���������jj;  do not mean "business."  you |;  Dr. Morse'9  Indian   Root   Pill*  are just the right medicine fer ths  children.' When they are constipated  ���������when their kidneys are out of order  ���������when over-indulgence in fiomo  favorite food gives them indigestion  ���������Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills will'  Suickly and surely put them right,  ureiy vegetable, they neither Bicken.  weaken or gripe, like harsh purgatives.  Guard your children's health by  always keeping a box of Dr. Morse'a  Indian Root Pills in the house, They eJ,  .Keep   th������   Child-res*   Woll  mimmkmmiamxm  She Waa t?atls     I  Oxygen oxygen, madam. Tha it  what you need, said the eminent ape<>  lalist. Come every afternoon fof  your inhalations. They will cost yotf  $E each.  I knew our family phyalclnn' didn't  understand my case, declared the fash-*  lonabjo patient. He told mo, all 1  nhodod was pl.iln. fresh air.  Thbro'B a groat dlfforonoo between  peace of mind and ploco of mind.  Say, your bcaally dog bit me, said  tho Indignant tramp.  Oh, that'll bo all right, roplied tho  woman at tho door.     I havo anothor.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralflla.  Hut aro you Buro? por Hinted tbo  grouchy customer, that this 'oro ntuff  will cure my rheumatism?  Oh, yoa, roplloil tho drug qlerlt; all  tho doctors rofuco to recommend lt.  Two Httlo children had spent th*  day together, and had sustained an  unusual   number accident-.      AC  lnut, when'Uttlo Mary, aged fcir, had  added an oxtra ncra'ch to hor chare of  Buffering, sho ���������obbed:  '  Mamma, aren't mo an' Evelyn 'jstt  ���������bout tovoi". up? "  London.���������Iflx-Snpyor Heritage, Roy  al ]'iiiKliu-iru, who .hum purl iu Ihu  bIoko of eobnatopol, Bang throo old  camp tioiiRn *. ������ concert at. ABhford,  Kent, on Thuroday nl|5ht. Ho la 76  ypurs of iiro.  HKO.  my entire ontlHl'iiction that Mils change  1K4U for Uio London lMiilluirinonic Su. |,llH |)L>l)U brought about by Grapi'-iNuls  eic.tv, but never produced, wuh Imuii'M    ro.ul.  .  for $1,476.   it was lout (or mruiy yearn, I     "Tlio fact that, it Ih prutllgCMtod 1������ n  itnd   louiul   ut   LeiouttU'r   cij-lit   yiiurn I very  doHlrablo fc    ������.i*o.       1  hnvi- Inid  I many roniarlmblo resuUn in foo'lin*-',  ' t;i':'.J>������,'M"'" f* r,yv !������i������ti<"'iitH, nml 1 enn-  I mil. t'.iM'iik too hlglily <U" Uio food. My  1 liiiiulri couHtinitly com mot:'. on tli.:  ehan-'o In my iiiip"Mriitir.e. I have  -...ihieil  !i      :ind������ iUiico bogtnnlng the  lln I!   Ilf   llllri   food."  "M'Ih'io'h ii i    iimii."    Read tlio little  ImiiU,   "Tin-.   J'.ua       to clivii: .'"'     lu  |iiu;n.  Ever read      i above letter?    A new  on    nppt-ars from time to time.  They  i nrii  oiiruilno. true, and  full of humnn  Golf  Links.  ��������� >riho,"l'.x   nuinluT   of  ll    Ki-eillM,     WI1M     liXOil  I nluince.    Thero  were oii-'iiiiilly  iwen  tytwo hnlcrt   on   Ht.    ArwIrewH   linltH,  The  llOleK,  f iftlltern  by   |niri!  Minard's Linimont Cures Dandruff.)  Raloeri    Herself  Lady���������How much aro thnno chick-  on R?  Market  - an���������One dollar.  Do  you ralue fa em ynurnelf?  Oil, yen. Thoy woro -0 cento yos-  torilay.  Hll-li** CUliLO IU 0 TO V, DAYS  Vmii' ilniw'tliit will i-cfunit inoni'y If I������AKO  filNTMlCNT fallM to emu any oiibo of Itnh-  i,,-.,    | tu ml,   Hin limit   ur   I'rtilriiUliiu   l^lli*x  ,, 'li   in   l-l   llll.VI-,.      bUO.  "I am an old man���������and many of my troubles  v������v*r happened.',~ELIJEI.r HUBBARD  *mmm******mmm*mm^*^***titmmmm^mimmmtsswmm***tm*smm****ms*mmmmsm*m**m*m***s������**m  THE white hair and wrinkled fncen of our buoy men and womon tell  of doubt, fear and anxiety���������more than dineuae or age. Worry plays  havoc with tho nervous ���������ystom���������so that digestion fa ruined and Bleep  banished.   What oil ia to tho friction of .tho delicate porta of an enfflne���������  ���������lie flrnf tV.ifr holm tvere converted  int. two. Thenceforward every fnli  otturm- ban be������*������ laid out to corrun|iuu<l  wiili the a Imi* mutanr.���������IjOJulon B������.tu*������.  ut*v  iievii'W.  InteroBt.  Tlio yoting man nat and runt ami talker   uiiu  UilMii.  ,.\h^'.'.t 1"   ''���������' "      Mft Love   I'm  trn.  Ini; Away.  Tho young lady t.howod Intorent for  tho brut tlmo nluce 8.30.  When UO yi'U utuiii  uiiu .u-uhuii.  -    I>K. PIEKC__'S  ts,  ta-*  .c������veiy  mm*mmmm**aamammmmWaiammmmW  W  1  a  '3 to the tlt*,.!'*r,.,v*; c'*"*'^T!,l! ?f ���������"���������"I'*' >w������<*l*������. ft'n ������������ to������������l������������ mnA hoHy hnlH������i*���������hiwunn* It  stlmulY-tea the liver to viKorous netion" witlnU th������ nlouuicli lo miulinllute food���������that  enrlohinic tlie blood, and th* norvea snd heart In turn nre fed on purn rioli^ blood.  JNt-iUraiRiu "i������������ the cry of tiUrvud norvra for food." For forty */c*r������ ������'l>������4la<fia  Me-i������w.l Dlsoov������ry" in liquid -form has Jjivun gr������ut MMliaf^ollon tut ft touic sud  blood mskor.  Now it ean be obtained In tablet form���������from dealer* In medlelns  0r tend.it* one-cent* tamps tor trial box. Write IC. V .inarc���������,uuuaut.  ������m. mu-tCK'- rucA-ANT piaunrt  Rb3K������w������ wwnalli������������ii������M. ims������I������t������ tlt������ U<r������ir.  mmA   +*mx*m%m.     Hr.mmy   tm tmUn ������������  ci-tMil)-.  w  m\  il  ������ i  .1  im  tits. , iif-MPnT-HEUMW  Contj*ier������d by GIN PILLS  j-f. W. G. Reid, Hamilton,Ont., wiites;  *��������� _ have been for the last two years, a  cripple with Muscular and Inflammatory  jtheumaiibui. I tried almost everything  -fcnowu to medical science and sought  change of climate without relief. Vour  Manager in this city recommended Gin  Pills and 1 nave siucetuken eight boxes  j������nd am now cured. I consider Gin  fills the cbnqueror of Rheumatism and  "���������Kidney Dipeijie".  "50c, a bos. 6 for 53.50.    Sample free  if you write National Drug and Chemical  ,   ���������������*-. of C-iaada, Lhuifced. Tq������"o*i<������       taa  r  Maypole Soap  FOR HOME  DYEING  Waihes and dye* a>  one operation. _<v-  ing (emsikably  clean, bii^tit. fait  coiors. Dye* cottoOr  wool, ���������ilk or mi**  ture%, 24 colon,  wiii give any chads.  Colon ICe, black  5 5c at your cSeaiet'a  01 poatp'd with b"k>  let "How to Dye'  ���������"���������>   F. L. BENEDICT & GO. Montreal  m-*mms**mm*mmmm**mm*mm*m-  What.He* Meant  Young Reporter-rThe storm king  hurled his torn; aad tumbling torrents  over the ruins of the broken and dismembered edifice.' ,  Ohi Editor���������What's that? What do  you  mean, young fellow.  Young Reporter���������I���������er-^the flood  washed away Patrick McDougal's'old  soap  factory.        ������  YOUR   PLOWING;- WILL   BE   DONE/QUICKER,    BETTER   AND   CHEAPER   *F   YOU   USE  OCKSHUTpTf ENGINE   GA" ~  Ta-*  WILD HORSES IN B.C.  The  Little  Rebel  Say, graadpop, ..egan little George  is it true that George Washington  couldn't tell a He?  Yes, quite true.  And was ne an awful good man?  He sure    as.       '  Then what dil :*ou let them name  me George Washington Trow:: for?  Ain't I to have any fun?  The Heart of a Piano is the  Action."��������� Insist on the  m������    m  66  Piano Action  I  jQOK*T waste your time figuring  out why a black ken lays a  wjaiie egg*. Get busy and jump  Jiito your LEATHEE LABEI.  OV^U*JlAXJLS and get the egg.  Make the Liver  Do its Dut*-r  i-aiiic uincS 111 16Q Wucii mc iivci >������ iigiu turn  stomach and bowels ere right.  CARTER'S LITTLE  UVER PILLS (  gently but firmly com,  pel a lazy liver to  doits duty  Cures Con  stipation,  Indigestion,  tniTT--.  BlVER  Headache, atad Distress after Eating.  Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price  Genuine must bear Signature  *&%?&-&&  -UK HBN. THE BGG.  ���������[:":-.tititi. ��������� THE'���������-';  _������'  OVtR-HAUL COMPANY, Li^|T_Df  ms"-  MANUFACTCREES OF,   Y  ��������� Gfaaij AnriSFaSSR Ovsf'riauiSj  1620 Men After One Job  London.   ���������  West  Ham  Guardians  have   received   1620   applications   for  the post of gate porter at the workhouse.  . n f,  :il 1  Well, I'm k -<2 of s_rry u's a girl.  Canada  some day.  Ch-   ntnir, V**o   Pro>vi''*i!'  r_*F  NEW-TRENGTIi  IN Ml SPRING  1        ... 1  Toei* mis .out ana man it ii^iii w-.i.. ;  your name and address and wo wi'l send '  jyOU one off our celebrated Cufifi COB 1  "PIPES. FREE.  y*8IBy''\������*������^'i*'"������i������i-*������������������",*"*,"a>i"������ ���������������������������  **Town '. Prov..  Vour dealer's name -.   *i own........  ,.rrov.  -  f  s  Tne. - JS3 0f6&ffijl& I' What y  hd   ?7iM cU&g������&    i I medichv  r&      j *       -    1   thf? worl  'j.0r&~r~ti&,  J10MCUO  ifature needs Aid iu w*.a_i-g n-ciV  In the spring the system .needs a  tonic. To be healthy you must bave  new blood just as fhe trees mUst ..ha'/'e  new sap to renew their vitality. Nature demands it, and without this hew  blood you will feel weak and la?.guid.  You may have twinges of rheu.uatisjn  or. the sharp, stabbing.pains cf;>;. .niral-,'  gia. Often tbere are disfigtii-ing pimples or eruptions on the skin? ..^In  other cases 'there is merely a. feeling  of tiredness and a vifriable appetite'.  Any of these are signs that theblood  is out of order���������that the indoor life of  winter has lessened your vitality,  ou need-in spring is? a tonic  e to put you right? and in all  the world of medicine there is no tonic  can equal Dr. Williams^ Pink Pills.  These pills actually  maWe new? rich;  ���������. ��������� --.       ' V , ��������� *, .3 ........ ....f... X f\ f.h   -     mi f\f.ft , V.  .leu..;. .oivjou juui    - -^irca-vcr^i.      uwyu    , *���������*  -ar-.-s.tVist- ^PVsIc    -3'a-*-'- V*l.-.r./l    4l*.l,.^.^    ������M*f  the Trail in Early Day*  Mure than t*\ree vi_>usan . wild  horses, in herd- ot trom bu to 100, are  roanung-over tbe hnls and valleys in  tbe interior of British Columbia, according to a report bi ought to Edmonton by James Jtfrac'-'ey, who with _us-  tav Kielmand, a veteran prospector  and miner known throughout tne bonanza gold camps, has just returned  from an extended exploration'tour of  tne coast province.  Indians and white prospectors and  pack train trcighteis value these untamed animals more than high bred  horses, said Mr. Bradley. 'they are  ths pregchy cf horses turned loose en  the trial by discouraged or dying men  daring the famous gold rush m the  Cariboo country. Thousands of the  veriest tenderfeet stampeded to the  new fields in the early 't������us. Most of  them were incompetent, and, in fact,  utterly helpless in that wilt", country,  and tne horses either broke away or  were abandoned when the fortune-  hunters gave up on the long trail.  lhe horses made their feeding  grounds in the vicinity of Barkerville  for several years auerward and their  offspring wandere^ northward as the  banus increased. They make trails  on the mountains and tLmbered country much after the fashion of bufta-  lo in the early daya and deer at present .  The Indians and freighters, working  in the timbered districts, catch them  with snares, such a. are used for lynx.  In most cases the animals are easily  broken and they are better for the  rough country than high grade horses  on account of their stamina and sure-  ness of foot on the mountain trails.  WTe lost horses frcm our train from  time to time and lepla ed them with  wild animals.  Mr.. Bradley rep_rted that he and  his partner- covered more than 2,00*5  miles in the interior in search of gold.  They prospected around- Port MciViur-  ray and staked several-oil and mineral claims. They found galena and  copper near the headwaters of the  BigSm^kj  river.      He says that im-  m.f.m*f.m.X timm.imf.f.    %..111     T^ .     Jn.*AtMTCn^ '.1.^.^  ^.O. U.U'b     AlA4.44.OI3      T.111      ��������� C     UCVC.UkJCU     .aijl C  during  the "next  few  years. _   Their  search" for gpid was not successful.  We had no particular hardshi-s on,  our trip, said. Mr. Bradley. There  was nothing- out oi' uio usuaiY^hioh  men"-travelling in wild country? are  forceil to endure? but ������v - nieyer saw a  white man and very few Indians,: after  we? ieft Tete Juan Cache, ?west of  Edmonton, last June. ?Frbm l-there.  we went along the Little Smoky l-dver,  making temporary /camps at intervals.  We returned with five nack horses.  \M  |'������:p?' :^^i^H^iV;???'';  it means cement of the bigness pos_bie quality.  It means cement tested by experts whose authority is final at aS as nulls.  It means cement ackuowledgeii by engineer, architects and hundreds of thousands  of tan_ets to fulfil every requirement of scientifically made Portland cement.  It means a cement that is absolutely reliable, whether used fear a great bridge or  for a concrete watering trough.    You can use  ���������l^____f!__    -I   mekW%������Mnima .  ���������witK complete confidence that your <*t>s������cre*e J"<������o*ck ���������*>������_! b������ tho*���������mghly satisfactory.  You ought to have this confidence in the cement you use, because you _ave not the  facilities for testing its qualities, such as are at the disposal of the s*?jjinses's i_ charge ol  big contracting jobs.  These engineers know that when cement has passed the tests made upop it at Canad** *  Cement mills, it will pass all their tests.  /\nd this same cement is sold to you for your silo, your ���������>unda_o_a, your feedirjg-floor.  your milk-house or your -watering-trough.        /  %JrS���������������& Gccui-^iss S9 iu. aiawcsicns w C.T .xco oodsi    ^rji&t tno pGTtsicr'cflui do tanth CoDci'ste,   Csnsiui  Cement nmvet nils to giv6M������������������factory veaalta.   Write for the book.   It not only tella you how to ntia  and place concrete. buFwiU also ���������ugseat acorea of usee for ie oa you- farm, evei7 eaa ������' Hiss. .���������~zi.Ui  Ss ysu.   In r.***8**" fsr tbe beek you so not; incur the alu_itoat rnblisabon.  Tiasre is ������ Csjoada C������onent Dwaler in Your Naighborhood  Address; Farmers* Information Bureau  '-���������titi  Canada Cemesat Company' Limited;  Montreal  THE    FUR    INDUSTRY  ?  A Mistake ���������  BllnhBTs���������^Halloa? Winkers!   I  you married, a woman with an.  pendent fortune.  Winkers   (sadly)���������N-no;" I  married  u fortune with an independent woman.  hear  iade-  wm&  ONEUVE'������'AlLKIN!lSe-������**I  mnii-nr^iw-iM  tt'a Uic CLEANEST. SIMfLEST, and BEST HOME  PYC. one can buy���������Why yoa don't e*ren havo to  know what JCIND of. Cloth your Goods are. mada  ot.--So MUtake'a aro Impoaalble.  Send tor Free Color Card, Story Booklat. and  Booklet giving rcaulta di Dyeing over other colon.  Tt������ JOHNSON-HICIIARDSON OO., Umltad,  . \Montrenl, Canada.  i mo  the seeds of disease and make, easily  tired men, women and children bright,,  active and strong.     ".       -.  Mr.   Johh  1/Valfleld,   La   Have   Islands, N.S.?:writes: ' -I take a great  pleasure in telling what Dr. Williams'!  Pink Polls'have done for me.    I am a  fisherman     .and        fifteen years  ago ?   through      hard;     work        my  system    becanie?  run, down    and    I  could scarcely wdrk at all?    I lost In  weight; my blood became poor, and,I|  was very weak.    I consulted several,  Hard Work  So you have a city job, have you?  -   ;Yes!..-'?  Don't have to do any Avork, I sup-  ..pbse?'-? ������������������ - ti"  I don't eh?. I have to get my pay  warrant every month and sign it and  get it cashed. '   ?  Schoolgirr^  Exhausted Nerves  BEST AMD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  ���������**���������.> WlNST.iSw'S RoriTlllNfli Rv*am������ lin������ Vi0m**  ������wctl for over SIXTY YEARS by MII,UON3 of  MOl'HERS for their CHIL-RKN WHII^^  yBKTHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It  fioOTHEa the CHII-U, SOFl'ENS the GUM3,  JlIjI,jVYS aU PAIN ; COREt*. WINI>COIitC, and  |U the heat remedy for jUIARRH'tE.-i.. 5t is ali-  solutely harmless. lie cure and.attic for "Mrs.  Winslow'H Koolliing Svrii'i," and tukc no other  Jtiad.   Twenty-five cciitB a bottle.  y ' ���������r i.i .mil. ���������     ���������| ,n in    l1.1 Y'"-'*���������-J!^_T  doctors  but  ".heir; treatment ^did   not  fJoajJao-ftQ-j       B.Zty     Sjie.lS    SilCS  help me so I decided to try Dr.  WI1-        .... ������������������' ������������������ ���������        .    -.  A Thrilling  Eplaode  StooUliily sho loft tho boiiBO. The  "tight of dotormliiaUon sbono in her  oyoti, and on her features high courage had Bot its ttamp. In the bottle  which she guarded so jeuloualy was  n black, sticky, liquid, At lust tho  Jotter-box was In sight.  i-la!  A iioliceniun!  Would Hlb? net u coward's part, nnd  turn ta.ll nt t. aiglit of thia myrmidon of tho law, jt would alio dare all?  With nu-'UHiiroil fool.Kt.opn lio ap-  lirauched.. Pit-n-pat, boat hov honrt.  *   Would ho guoHii, or would���������?  ���������TTllo, cooltlo? ltt������ Hiilvl.  "Clnory, Bho fulloreil, 'pro's n drop o'  llnfloctl nnd llquoiico for that thor  ciongh of yours. Cull round in an  hour's time, and I il havo floinothlnk  olso ready 'ot���������on a plato.  help  Hams' Pink Pills and in a short time  I was entirely well again. My wife  and daughter also used them with  benefit. We thin'/, so much of-the  Pills as n family mcrllcinc that we always keep tbem in  tho house.",    ".  These P'.lls are sold by all medicine  dealers or can Ve hnd by mail at 60  cents a box or six boxes for ,$2.C0  from Tho .Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockvlllo, Out.  You are very low, observed t.ho  weather man.  Yen, replied cho ofllcl'il thermometer, regretfully, I f*>.'������i I lmve tnke.i  ti drop too much.  mtmmmm*'^*+*mm m***i,m.;mm^m^am^^msm  .'"'   Only Onn "RROtVIO OUININE"  That Js I4AXATIV.B HHOMO    CJUININK.  l.ouit ror tlio filunnuirn or w. vv. GUOVIO.  Cviicti  u   Cold   in   Onu   Uny,    Curea   Urip  iii  'j. wo Da.V������.     'iBc.  Weakness Overoome by Dr.  nhaserA Nerva Food.  'A Hrlmo Di'esitlnrj for Wounds.���������  in uomo faotorioH iitid workshopB carbolic Ui'jld In :.c|)t. for uuu lu canter-  Js.'ng wounth. and cntu nuotalncd by  the workmen. Fur bottor In keep on  hanu a bottle of Dr' ThontaB' ItJloctrlr.  tTMl. It is jtiHt ns quick In  uuu ilot'ii nut yi'iii* tlio niuu or hum  tbo UeBh. Thon* In no othor Oil that  iin������ its curative qualities.  action > nooktlo, Vnlttrd  nml  blnn r  wns  over  Going I  Going I Gonel  Hla Wlfo- Tho professor Is In iho  laboratory.    As 11 roauU of his proao-it  oXporinnjnlH my huubiuid will (;'-> down  10 poaicrtty.,  (Prom   tliio   laboratory) -- Brr-r-r!  Then thoy mado It all up 11K1U11.  No Encourngoment  Parson (to workman who koona taking   tilfiH    from   IiIh   hull h-)--Do   you  X. ������ir.������i     mv   Yi\f\ll     1   II..VIM-   1llul'-(*l    ������������������i>l������-Hti  tn my llfo?  Workman���������iso. uuu   you in 111 u-go*  inn* to bogln lK*ro i.oltlier.  mmmmmammm^  W.  N.  U.  C45  Poor John  .lolin, you novor llston to hair Uio  things 1  imy to you, slio complained.  Woll, dear, ho replied. I havo to  work part of tho t'uic.  Min.ir?!'5   LlfllW*"*t'  tytt^mm   Rnrn������     Fin  The Last Hope  Tbey hnd qiintTolctl, quarrelofl lri'0-  vocably It Honmod; nnd thoy wero returning tho prosf.itH-���������ifokonn of -it  lovo now dead, which mndo a pitiful  dlHplny whon I.on pod logo? her on the  poliuhod Hiirfaco of ilm table.  Then  ih*-" "Mi"  m\t\A\  to tlio pllo n  ' oolor,  if  t.ho luHt, of   the  gll'tH,    All  waH  now.      For a few 1 on.su nit-iHints  Bilonco rolgnod Hupi-oino,      Tlion:  Mr, Drown I   .  Yoh, aiiHti SlmmonH?  I reel I nm tailing an advantage of  you. '  In what wiiy?  You ti.ivo Given r.ic .ihiionl count  loss boxes of ������hocolatofl, and doznnn  nnd do'/iuiH of Ihi'n re f.\'4������nlni'M nml  (llnnoiH, which I eitn't return. And  Mr. Ilrnwn, I do wimt tn bo l.micnt  with yon, nnd to Holfln my pin of the  traiiHucilon fairly. Jltit there Ih ouly  one way that I can ace.  And whnt mny thnt be? Mr.  U'owu'k   UiiiRiiage   Mill   wiih   strictly \  1141  ...Ml .  Ooorgo, .(irorce, liy giving you in v.  nclf! Ml-.s -'-nunona ganped, as clu  foil Into her lovor'r  nrm������.  Then they niadi It all up aguin.  Fur-Bearing Animals    Still     Plentiful  in Hinterland of Canada  ���������'- Several titled society women of London and other parts of ''-England,..' attracted by the high prices paid for fox  pelts, are coming to Ed>ih_ntoh this  spring to , engaige in fox-breedirig in  central and-northern?-Alberta. ?.?They  are prepared to 'make large investments ? if the venture is successful  it is likely that ��������� women, who have  h^ei*tb?Mey<>ted? their' attention to  prize dogs and horses, will engage in  the new industry.. ?'  Eierht"black fox skins each valued at  St "I   *".0A -   '\*r.c mn, C4\'M     in T-l.rl'rvi^.v.if^.v.      . l.������r>4.  ,r-.|v'-'V,,    .. v.* ^.-^ fc.>������������v.     .������..        A^Uu,y..Lv',. Aifo-I.  week by trappers from the north coun-  .try. ..; Fifty-four , thousand dollars'  worth of silver fox pelts were sold last  -season. .T.lj. Cote, representing  the Athabasca district in the provincial parliament, said in the coitrseOf  an address th-? other day that me fur  industry' in'A-lftprta wns a matter of  $1,000,000 in in2. muskrats heading  tho list with $400,000, He add<vi:"  I ������������������������������������'���������Contrary to" the genp'ral beliof the  I fur-bearing animnis in tbe remote dis-*  tricts of the province are not d������cr������aF-  ing. They are simply receding b-^firs  civilization, being drtven'furti->er north.  The .catches durine: the last few y-ars  and so far: this season wmfl-d tncHeafe  that furs are &tlll plentiful in the hinterland. Th> covprriment, of Alberla  is keenly interested.'11 the devl-yn-  rnent of the Jndupt.ry rind 's doing  .e'very'tht.ng possible to assist those en-  gairpd in it.  Fe."tors of Mip Hudson's B-iv. R������vi]-  Ion Frerps rin<i the "Ndrthw-pfi't Trn.din������j  coinpnnlies, wh'ch mainiu-n im������l������ in  the north conn't.ry. rerort ttvit. f"**-  hearing animnl? nve "l.cntif'il. 'but  there Is no IndioaMon .ths.t. prions'for  blnok--'nnd'silver fox pelts will be  lower.  -Rttinll^i'Mul  THE   WORLD'S      BEST      WOOD    POLISH  Cleans and disinfects everything,  in your home from the cellar to*  the attic. Put it, on your duster  and ^dust Hardwood Floors, Woodwork, Linoleums, Pianos, Furniture, etc. Makes ev.. ything just  like bew. Money refunded if not  satisfactory.    M&dv, by the :  DOMESTIC SPECIALTY Co., Ltd.  Hamilton, Car.auct  .ti;; titi'ti titi.;:. titi?: >,:NO- Blame ?'?.;.,"'?".; &".'���������  Lecturing Professor (to Jones,"iWho  has just rdi.sedi-imself from a sound  sleepJ-r-Had a good sleep, Jones?  ?  Jones (drowsily) ���������-Good! Don't  blanie ypu. : .'.So'd-.I.-     : *   ���������-. '.-������������������  I consider MINARD'S LINIMENT  .'.-���������3 BEST 1 inlment in use.  I got. my foot badly jammed lately,  I bathed It well with MINARD'S 1.IN-  1 MIS NT, Ui.d lt was us well us over  1 -���������xi; day.  HER  MAKES HER SPEAK  _.    mrn^mm^������������������I*���������, 1     ."  DAME  MAYER TELLS    HOW    SHE  FOUND  A  CURE   IN   DODD'S  KIDNEY   ������LLS. ���������  tiim^&ijmW^ktiti  "^^^^^^^0^titi  Miss Gallop. I  At about tho age that moat glrlu arc  tynrking   hardest   at  nchool   ntudyin-  fin* ti-tuminutioriH thoro aro imporiar  rJhynloloprlcnl    rhnnnres    tnklnn*    pln������  which are an additional utrnln on tl  u-Ji-Vb-iV hyatom.  Mr-i, Qallop ban Imd cxpnrlonco    '  tho enses bf hor daughter and grnr.r  duughtor, and for thin rooHon hor l<  tvr in ���������purticulii'-Jy  iuloi-i-wllii���������   U>  ]>;  ont������.  Mra.   J.    A.    Gallop.    1.15    Vleto    1  street, St. John, ISf.B.', whonchunhn  Ih   a   carpenter,   -tntAB :���������"We ,bu  unod  Dr. ChaKo's Norvo  Food  in  o  family    for    ncrvousncRH.    h-*ad������oh  dlzzlncBB and  norvouB dyspppMla,  n<  huvo found tbt-in uatlrfactory in rf 1  particular.    My daughter  UobhIii  w  Kolnfr tonchool, ana nccuum uu������it>-i;.  down In health.    By tho timo she b'������  ..������..fl   n.mrm   \*,.mnm   r\i   ���������V|I������(   r������nn*i1v   1-  nt������r*.'**s    wero     ntcady,     bor    goncv  liiMilth Wiih cmeelleht and sho wa������ i*-m  tlrely ttfo  from   heii(lncb������>s anrt  diz���������������������������  Npells.     Wo   nre   more   than   plcauei  with the results of this treatmr-nt.  "Mors ri-csntly  wo usi'd  tho  N-nr^i.  out 'of sehool^ror' rienrlV n yenr from  norvous trouble, snrt notic-ntitiiuiiovi*.  m-*n4> in ber condition at onco."  Dr. Ch-icc's Nervr.Pood. r.no. n box  s for 19M); nil rtPol^rs, or ndmunson,  Bate* A Co., IJmlted, Toronto.  Came to the Rescue  I'ho  rush  of    hollday-makoi i    was  (���������iiorniftiiK, nnd tbe rnllwny wuh working ut. high proBfiure.      lint nl though  tlioy had enough rolling-stock to copo  with tho tralllc, thoy had not enough  conductors ty man t-hclv tvalnn. Thore  vns nothing for It I ut to appoint port-  iti to t,hu ponition of oomluotors un-  !l thing-.*, nlacltenod down a bit.  Ono train in charge .of Bitch a guard  as travelling at tho rato of about, ton  illos nn hour, when It ciimo to a stiff  :-Jli.uc.     Suoriiug ami pn.lint,, and ut  ���������lies  ulnioHt.  coining to  a  Htiindntlll,  >���������) ciikIiii' uiuiihhcU tu Uiuw  I'nu iruln  the    o"  1    Hud a hard job there, Tom shouted  :>   driver   to   tho   conductor   at   tho  -* t   Ktntlon.    I   thought   who   wasn't  'iip, to do It.  Flo did I, replied Torn.    I do hellovo  I hadn't hud tho hntko liunl uu nil  ��������� way iij), she wo ill have run hack  *,iim.  Suffered for Three Years Fiom Rheumatism, Headache, Palpitation, and  Bright's Disease���������Dodd's Kidi.jy  Pills Cured Her Kidney's and Made  Her Well.  Hubordeau, Argenteuii Co., ?iue.,  (Special).���������"I am always glad to tell  of my cure becau&e I 'sympathlsse with-  others who may be suffering as I  did." So ays Dame Joseph Mayer,  well known and highly inspected here.  "For three years'I was a'very sick  woman. Rheumatism, headache? palpitation of tlie heart and Bright's disease were my succession Oil troubles,  but Dodd's Kidney 'Pills cured thom  all. I used t ,/er.tty-four boxc-j to  complete my cure, but thoy certainly  mado mo woll.  "1 will-never ba without Dodd B Kid-  1    ��������� Pills In the hoiiBO.  Dodd- Kidney. Pills cured Diuuo"  Mayer's ills 'b'ecauto they are all caused by diseased kidneys. Dodd's Kidney Pills al ways .cure diHcasod kidneys, and with cured kidneys strain-  in*" the soodB of dl&ouBo out of the  blood, tho rh'cumaliani, ,Bi;ight'a dl,H-  oaso, h'eadacbci,' and palpitation of .tlie  heart are hound  to disappear.  You never heard o? a cuso of kidhoy  dlscaso that Dodd's Kidney **������������������������-  would  not euro.  ?Y:to.i,d%YY   -s^;?m^'orcl;^r'-,  ,;^t^?Y������^;I^Y:^U:'  Pills  wont undor an op-  mirpi I'lO me.  a   growth   r������������-  Mr.  Toogood I  nil ion  ycBtortltiy.  Mr.   Mark will -Yon  ,"mh   It   vorv   HorimiH?  Mr.   Tooftooil���������I   Imd  . ii������v.;ii    niuu   iu.y    it. ..ii.  Mr     Miirkwi-ll���������My  kdoiIimmh!   And  here you ure ohoiil  nml IooUIiir wi-ll  Mr.    Too'������;oorl���������Ob    don't   fret,     old  Bport; 1 only !*>ud my hair cut.  The unsuccessful person Ir generally tho oiii* who ls a soc.ond too itito.  Mtilllnn witn quite bald, with tlio'ov-  e.option or a single lock which, ho  combed carefully ovor I lio shU* of, IiIh  hoiul. A Bhort tlmo ugo somo yoimg  ladles naked hlni for hlu photograph,  ���������ind .mviii;* n peenllar nenro of humor  ho had rt picture taken of the top" of  hin��������� head. About a wook uflcrwards  his went past the photographer- nhop  and noticed an lintnonHe crowd Htudy-  Ing 11 picture In th    window.  lie looluul and found Ilia I. tlio dls-  eourtooiiH nrtlHl luul pilniod 11 greatly  onliuK������'d iili'tiUe of his buhl houd,  with tho 1 luck luck I'ttuulng around  the rdRo; and Inbelod It:  ���������'���������"Hpr'e 'if rli"1 xtoon 'I'lii' iiIh-iiimh.  onon uh It uppenrod nt it quartor-piiBl  rlovnn  Fire Hose ���������      ���������  A. certain largo englnepviitg Urm  lately received an oi'dor .in?liusitlanj  and although tho receiver���������,of"i;t'li,hd a  fair knowledge of tho language, thero  wore two words ho was,-.unable to  translato. Somewhere in ,t,he works,  howevt'i", a roul RusBian w:)s ^inploy-  ed. 'Phey brought liim nlong?'and ho?  rend the letter carefully; but wan stilt  puzzled by ,t,lt(-ae two words. .',,?,  ljltorally,;.',''hevi 0'xplalnod, their mean* >  Ing wan 'hot stoftklngs,' 'which seemed  absurd, but \v\it������ presently tioeiijtlgi.'b*  tlio nearee't-^ip'wn. ItuaBlau sy-jtonyomtitiitil  for ilro?h^������e>vY ' ������������������-.���������:'   ;...���������-',    *'*|}Y??-.'. ;?vr|  iat He Wanted  Prlaonov nt. the l*ar, eiild 't1io?3iJ'i  Is thoro anything you wish to "ho '  fuir- nciZitonco la pa'.ir.fca.'upgii/ynu?  No," my lord, thore Ijj liothTnjg;' I euro  to -any;'but If you'll clfear nway the  tanloB and ctnirn for. \mi to thranh  my lawyer, you can' give mo a year  or two extra.  Protect the child from tlie invagos  of vvoi'iuH hy uiiliiK Mothtr '���������ravoi,'  Worm  Iilytormlniitor It   Im  ii  hIiiiiiI.  urd remedy, und yours or uho have on-  iia.ii.uu no 1 oiiiumniii.  ... ASK  .i'ii������*'-j,fii'_  ^%A.fji*ia--  l'OR.  Whon a woman hat* a ^rudRO  nnHhmt 11 eonimuiiltv ������*hf lnn>i*rurnt->-i  a baby uliow. I  TIIF nAW������'V nxnimrmm-mwxivJi.  Ki-fi> it nm at y*>ur ?**|w .^rkshup nr  lioiiip. Alwftja iiai-.Mil. mitlklpthv t-u������d  fur yonr liuim*. .vii JJealcma.ii (.imp.  <���������>_* * s������   +* **m*m*. 0 **-mt     ...........    ' rZa  aaWMMMaawnMa  J  mmmmm*m~mmi*  mmmmmm  iiriii-ig  |_1S________I  (fc^5Tg^p^S?S������^  MMifiipW  tnii B(tmimiito0imxvw&!vn#s*.--f'?'  ���������^&-."'.'-m^-''-i'.-'^.--^  iTflE   CRESTS,  I ���������������liili-ft |1������������������������#-,,f^_i_ai-.li*_i-W>-PSum  ii-.? an if mny ifi uilll.<  SDSI5T    AT*J*f"'>   AIJMAMSMTA!  It makes oo difference whnt you figure oa  planting this season���������we can supply yon,  nnd with tbe finest quality of nursery stock  ever grown.  An trees, plants, vines, berries, ���������irubs,  evergreens, roses, etei. sold by us are guar*  *** TRUE TO NAME  It will pay you to get la touch with us.  ���������   BVBBX PI4ANT-B NEEDS OUR BOOK~  LANDSCAPE GARDENING  . ������t WHAT TO PLANT .  .32 PAGES , ������������*CSTAMPS)  IS**    )*Zm        'mm titi  mm,* as*  m     a  S ^jr^mtts**  URSERIES1^[  RICHARD MtCOMB.C-NlMGR.t  BOX. A. ALDERGROYE,B.C  i-'tititi,y:ti���������ti  .James Compton, Agent  pCfl|P.-CC CTRPRCRRY  I LUIU1ILL   UllinilUklllll  Hardy Northern grown stoc  following varieties;  Senator Dutilap; Parsons  Beauty; Glen iVlary; War-  field; Clyde; Ciarks Seed-  Sing and Helen Davis.  ^Potters Prints anc Ginghams in Latest Patterns; also NEW STOCK  cpnsistiug of Scrim, Voile;'. Crimps, Dress Linen, Poplin, Vesting Dress Goods,  Madras and Curtainette, Crash and Glass Towling. ���������  Gall and see our stock  _  General  By for Cash and receive your FIVE percent discount at our Store  Church Notices  ii  IIIB  TO^  Price $10.00 per thousand. Express  charges prepaid.  Catalogue with full cultural uirec-  tions mailed on request-  e_c_f-Lr. t-*rifi ce  "all.A_  ** r  s   _r  DUCK CREEK  S  G. **. Si. Yuang was a visitor to Duck  Creek, Friday.  Miss Anna Hagen and Edward But- * member of rhe fi.m must be.given.  signed with their actual signatures,  -tatui}*; thi ir occupations and places of  itsidonoc. In case of firms, the actual  s-sgisuiui-e, lhe nature of the oceupa-  | tion,  and  place of residence of each  ���������.. ������T.fa,������r. v-.-vT4-.rl-   4,r,YTn/lCT  JM���������ii���������������jj--iox  v>ri_ivvjtl  Services will he held every Sunday as  follows:  Morning        -        - 11:00 a.m.  Evening   -        - ������      7;30 p. in.  Sabbath School 2:20 p. in.  You are welcome to   tarry with us  Fred L. Carpenter  Pastor  (���������mMX���������if na. ��������������������������� j.^w���������_ ������������������_mii__ml    ���������mn m ���������   ������������������-la--���������. 4-1  ma  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  Service every  Sunday   at   11 a. m.  and 7:30 p. in.  Sabbath School at 2:30 p. m. "  Adult Bible Class at close of evening service.  W. G. Blake  Minister  a  lflmr_MA*ri  ���������aaffBBT��������������������������� .^aar,,  Biava.a .Ma^ra.  Ufirton  w-i  WYNNDEL  B. C  f_*__*-M?-_  B TO FUR SHIPPERS  ������. Tho most accurate, reliable and only Market Bcport   S  mad Price List of 1 ta kind published. B   :       ������������������i--- S-,!,������^ ^Uittusf"        m  *&*fm   ^^Xfmmxf,xmm mm .pyy. ^ mm  Mall��������� KBEE  to tlioae Intermit���������, ln   Baw FiWS   ���������  SEND US VOUR NAME ON A POSTAL-TODAY  Ifa not a Trapper's Outdo, but a publication Issued  every two weeks, wblch gives yon rrportaof wliat la  doiaslnall the Marks tn of tbe World In Americas  Raw Pure. This information ie worth hundreds of  dollars to yoa.  Write for lt~NOW~STtS FR33  A. B. SHUBERT  Tht Ur|ttt House In ths World dealing exclu'tlvily In  American Raw Furs  25-27 W. Mlriiltnn St., 0*B������. 41 CHICAGO. ILL., U.S.-  ��������� j-*   ti-nci-Vi    -_������������������-������ ������"i*ai~  ������������������*_*. ������a'*''"*oi_ir*Siinis^  terfield were Creston callers Saturday  j hy -xin accepted cheque on a chartered  Carl Wigen, who ln,s been  a.t*-i������d������-(: | ,;ank p.iynllle lo lhe order Gf the Hon-  1 basinets college nt  Ctienr D'Aien>-, !  Idaho recorued to Dock Cr,*ek Snuday  j  oui-ahle the Minster of Public  Works,  equal is* ten per cent  (10 p. c.) of    the  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  mmtl^^a*'*'Mm*m-%*-,*^a****ammm&mmmmmmam^immmmmmm*mmimmKasamam&mmmn^^  Caisomining, Painting, Paper-hanging, Cawiageand Sign painting.  Let ujtft give yoa advice and estimates on your work. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction. - -  Harry   Leonard  Shop on Sirdar Ave., next to McCreath'sX-ivery  YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY GETTING MY ESTIMATES  fi  1  1  I  CHURCH OF ENGLAND   ������  Christ Ohuroh  April 18th (3rd Sunday after Easter)  JuutluS���������Loiy   CciuiIVi''������UOii ji ii. iii.  Erickson School House 3p.m  Sunday School 3p.m  Evensong Sermon 7:30 p. m  *&���������������������������#>**���������������������������������������������#*  _fc_  3?-illl i-LslETBH,  G&r\   *Vi������������**a   aad  p^j.i I amount of tlie tender,   which will be  -i  Philip G. Hayman   (Vicar)  Tohu^on spent Monday iu Creston  forfi-iled if the   person   tendering de  J  A. Uiooipton  wa������"'.u   Duck Cicek (cHne to ���������>:l������?r ������ contract when  caiied  i Evensong at Christ Church will  commence at 7:3dp. m.������ next Sunday  and continue at that hour until f u_-  _, Spirit. Co.'  Get your Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars, Pouches,  Pipes, etc, at the  CftrtOtt  tSKinc  8. Spirit C  & $oole, proprietor  Sav&your Piano by  do your Tuning,,  J.A.P. tROMPTON  CRESTON, B. C.  WORK GUARANTEED. ALL  IN OS OF REPAIRS.      OftOP A  POSTAL AND I'LL CALL.  Monday.  Paul Of oer has tal <*n a contract to  ciear and plow Six aetvs of laud fur,  Wm Cole.  Paul John-iori, who has been residiup  ���������vith  Panl Hiji^M  daring the  winter,  left on Tuesday for his home in  Mon  eina.    With his departure,  the  Social  Club has lost its best violinist.  C. Thorpe was a busines.*. caller here  on Wednesday.  Paul Ofner was a Creston culler  Tuesday.  Peter Andestad and Miss Marie Ha-  n.44,*   *ur4a������.A in Onttat-on   \Xf4������il���������oa/-l.,.r  The Co-operative Fruit Growers of  Wynndel held their regular meeting  in the club house, Sunday.  The Duck Creek Social chili will give  a dance on Saturday the 12th at 8 p. m  Misses Amy and Emma Johnson aro  floor managers and from till acouonts  we are going to have a great tithe.  fcfcilAAj^ OVER 00 YEARS  ilBBWIWWHWWIIii*lf.^ CXP-Ettl EWCE  M_rP'_llllfl_BBPlll  ._   -/__JlJl^  Yradc Marks  Dcbiqns  Copy-right** Ac.  Jlnvona ������������������nflliif ��������� ���������kttcb and doaonptirm may  Ci.lti.lji j.ai.(vrl������'.n f.ur ',t.'.r,li,n f/i:e nl.i li.t.r kn  uvrantion w urobiibly "P*t*������'������A!>l<!t<l'* ���������������<������,������������������ "���������������������<*������������.-  nn-naatrlotly-ionlldinitlial. HANOniMm on I'atMiu  ������������������ntfre*. Olilaal ���������aancy tor mmniriiiv iiuianiia.  fatanu UUian tbroaata Munn X Co. ratol������a  tttsSatxatlu. withoat on������i_������. In tbi  Scientme American.  A ���������W���������aamaJy UluaUwlMl w*������kly. Luncni ������ir-  fMlaUon tXmml ai'iaailila luunual. Juin,a t"r  ������-j_-a. mmm jraaj-. j.oaU-1.- pranabt   hulit liy  ���������_-1_SK-S_J!aSl*i*  upon to do sr*, or fail to complete the  work contracted for. If the tender  he not excepted the cheque will be returned.  * Tlie Department  does   not bind itself to except the lowest or any tender.  By order,  R. O. DESROCHERS,  v.  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, Morch 14,1913  Newspapers will not be paid for this  advertisement if thoy insert it without authority from the Department,-  30047.  Electric Restorer for Men  l>h__-h_���������_l tMtorea ���������vary narva la th������ body  riiui|������w������������ tn ltg ptttptr tcnalon t reatoraa  Vlto and vitality.  1'ieoiaiuia -way and all aemial  ���������crc-knt-t  atvarftvl al anca.    _ _cmi{������b������m<������l v/lll  tL4J|a-*,o VUll Ml ..mm. ...M.l.      . 4 .c������4  #.. m .,.,*. I.l   1...,  |,.l  i&? Valla- ������o any addraaa.   -li������*������������i������U I*>r������4  m*tm$l*s. wawawuia*, *mmm.  .SEALED TKNDHUS addi-emul to  the iinih'i^ifriH <1, mill endorsi'il '"render for Wharf nt Willow Point, B.  0 ."will he received nt this ofilcii until 4m P. M.. ou Monday, April 14.  1013, for the cotnttruction of u Whaif  at Willow Point, B. O.  Plnv.n rjv'ciHcnlioii :ititl form of enn-  (,i/u:(, run In-situ ami I'ormH of tender  ohtaiiii'il nt 1 li in Depart ment nnd at  the ofllcuH of C. C. Worsfold, Vi������t\ ,  DiHl-rict Engineer, New WeHtminHtei-,  ������. C; .T. V. Fotrle, Eiiq., DIhIHiM Km  Wrilieei-, ItevelHloke, II. (!., nnd on ������|>-  jili'/itioti to the PoHtuiiiHlOi' fit VV illnw  I'oinl, H. <'.  I'ei'H'HiM leiidei-inur are   iiotllleil   tlmt  .1,111..! 1,    .������ til    11.11,     14.1      1I4III.IU.   41   11      llllll   >'.  r.ner nonce.  The Frazer "Valley Nurseries Company have recently published [a book  entitled, "Landscape Gardening, and  What to Plant", which contains a lot  of valuable information for the frnit  grower and ranoher. See ad on baok  p age foyparticnlar.  mtSJLJ.m.   1  AND ORNAnENTALS  Coldsr earn Estate Nurseries  VERNON, B. C.  *  ���������  J       All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true-^  _J_' to name.    We carry  all the  leading varieties  most  X   suited to this district.    *5ur specialty is budded stock  V  speqi  on thr���������e--*7'ear-old. whole roots  ���������  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  ^ J. Blanco, Box __9, Creston, B.C. $>  .^m^tr^^^& ^y^^^r^r^^r^^r^Gr^^.^r^  A Parisiiiu Novelty.��������� In Europe it i;  utiuu ihii- yeai' ns a little Easter ��������� Pros*  eut or  rntber a mark of  courtesy   to  friends nnd relatives.   Its  value ns a  token lien more in the novel idea than  in the price of the article. It le arranged  so that it cau be sent, just like a  piat*  card, for a cent, or two, to any plaoe   in  Cnmda or tho United States. Tho ond*  earing idea about  it, is  tho embedded  Luminous Creep,  which will Bhino all  uiKhtloni** (or in 'iny dark   room) in a  Klorions, myfltio bluo  light,  after yon  had It pxpnHcd  to daylight for a fow  niltuitofl. The ptioo Ih bo low that anyone i������ iimhlt'i'l  to ho convinced ot its  ion 1   nature.   It in  iudood un   artlole  whioh is hold In high oatoom by any  CluiHtii.ii family ot; person. Tho shining  ci'ohh ih mndo of a Hloue, whioh it* fouutl  only nonr JeruHiiluni and of whioh al-  routly tho IMblo ttpeiikfl iih tho Luininonn  Stouu   iu    pio tiiint**   Salomo'H templH,  pnooH nro :   lf> ccutM ouuh, 2 for 25uontH,  it  for HO centii  und  13  for $ 1 00    A,  Notkow, 832 Young Stroot Toronto.Ont.  I .Snl" iiKi'iit. im' Cimiiiiit Hiui U.S.A.  5,000 Facts of Canada  The   publio will  welcome   the 1913  Edition of "5000 Facta About Canada," ,  compiled by Frank Yeigh, the aokuow*;  lodged authority on things Canadian and  the author of "Through the Heart of  Cauda.*" Ten thousand copies aro now  sold annually, whioh find their way all  over Canada and the Empire, indeed  the world.  "The Foots booklet is stuffod as full  of information as a sausage is of wont/  is the happy and true way au English  Journal puts it, and the now Irbuo,  which inoludofl many now foaturea and  i_iprovo.jaont8, suoh as a oolored map of  tho Dominion, presents a otriking story  of tho wonderful advanoo of Canada in  a single yonr. Tho booklet in limned at  25oo_tsiiOopy. by tho Canadian Faotn  Pub. Co., 588 Huron Street, Toronto,  and if sold by nil tho leading newsdealers.  Our Spring  ���������LADIES, call ar. our Htoro and  look ovor our supply of McOalls patterns jiwfc ror-lovod.   S. A, Speers.  "made on printed form** Mtipplied   und J'"  Alllectil uuwM iUuns ninnt bo  handed  in thin office not, Inter thim  Thnmlnv  ..... .. ... ,.,,.������, ,���������������������������i.  Dr. do Van*s Female Pll!o  A lallabla Francliirajrulatort nover (alt-. ThMa  ���������oil's are ���������xttadlnffly poworlul In reaulatlnir tha  (V������naratTvo portion of tlio fan-tain ayatem.   Kaliiaa  !*.%..���������i.,.������  1���������.I4������tiwrra      ***���������, itm Vfin'a urn ainM fit-  enVGoxfoV'tiiwa lor'^10,   Mallpil tft nny atldran;.  turn aomtmu strum uvN ���������*������������������ Cstusrlscs. Oat.  -We Have opened upa������Hhlpnient of  ��������� ,  ...      . x ���������   \     .        tr. ...   . i '���������.I  i ,  | plUUt^U JL Ui*. '��������������� ���������*"- "    'apound. B. A, hp**������-*m.  mam  mm  aaam  ^-m\fax  A FULL UNE  nr  o  MENS  LADIES.CHILDRENS ^  i _  wmi������suKKWMiiiwwm  maamMamamamamaamm  mm  ViUbltleB  BfiCi baBBl-SCp   IbUi  -.��������������� in������ian������wwnanm*r t-mi<r^-t*^*r~^^T>WiX''-xmiMimtu\mitwM,������ AUMrW-nw  -4WM*. WMMim ilUt'li������ni1toWWiWiMtuti)iii..|<  ������������������-"*���������"���������"*������������������*- ��������� '���������< "������������������"M''l-M������*mMMIII|WM������'  ____���������__!  __W_ii____  __e  !_____


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