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 >,, -i - i- ,.'���������������  MP _-**? ** .f'-Safl  P  ^r/     . r,.tj  .C-S&M  __<  ALL THE NEWS]  _ ������f the CRESTON  I *���������  All Roads In Bast and West ICootessa^ Lead to Creston  ^a  DISTRICT  1 lLrVjIVUiJ 1 V^IN 1\L_  SENT TO AS Y  ADDRBSS   FOR |  I    $2.00 A   YEAR J  ___  No. 25, sth Year.  CRESTON, B.C,   FRIDAY.   MAY.  16 1913..  SiNGtu Copies 5c  I {nmA nit 1II   nr ^S-as-f a  g   iI^^3_g|B_fS        *^a  UK-lv  Many Varieties for The 3portsmeri  ^Prizes for ChiIdren,Qrown=  ��������� ups. and Indians  Baseball. Creston  Juniors vs  Bonners   Ferry juniors,  at 10 a. m.  Prize, $25. 1.1 a. m. Childrens  races  which  are as follows;  Race���������Boys 15 and under 1st .$1.00. 2nd 50 cents.  Race��������� Girls 15 aud under, 1st $1.00  and 50 cents.  Boys 12 and under, 1st 75 c. 2nd 50 c, 3rd 25 cents.   _  Girls 12 and under, 1st "      and   (t  , 3rd " cents.  Boys 10 and under, 1st  75,2nd "  ,  3rd  "cents,  Girls 10 and under, 1st .75, 2nd "   ,   3rd " cents.  Boys 8 and under 1 st .50,   2nd  "  ,    rest 10c each.  "     Girls 8 and under, 1st .50,  2nd "��������� , rest 10 cents each  3 lagged Race, Boys 15 arid under, 1st $1.00. 2nd  50 cents.  "        " "   , Roys 10 and under, 1st $i.oo, 2nd 50 cents.  Skipping Contest, Girls 15 and under, 1st .75c, 50c. 3rd 25c.  ���������' " "    10 and under-ist .75c and 50 3rd 25  Sack Race, Boys 15 and under 1st .75c.  2nd 25 cents.  "       *', Boys 10 and under 1st .75c.  2nd 25 cents.  Potato Race, Girls 15 and under 1st .75, 2nd 25 cents.  ���������*'���������������������������       "  , Girls 10 and under, 1st .50c 2nd'25 cents.  Children's Race, 6 auciunder. All a prize.  '-���������.' ''?,i?Y���������.wY?- --'ti^tiytiti One P. M.  too Yard dash, ist $5.    2nd $3. ioo yard dash, Single ladies  ������.  at  ���������*������������������������  u  it  quested to attend. Remember the date,  T^-������    1mA nfRD   iu  V UUV|    VAU   _������i/   V*   *. ���������-������������  Mr. Lamberton of Oreston is improving hisranch.  Mrs. Cbrniel and Mies Beam were in  Creston Monday.  O Jyhnstcn is put ting up a new fence.  Mi.*_ Kate Woods is visiting friends in  Nelson.  For Sale- Immediatiatoly -dry cord  wood 16 and 18 iach lengths -delivered  for $3 50.   Apply. C. Moore.  Will Rose Lodge. No 39 meet every.  Monday night.   A   full   attendance is  *.&n-nas.t.c.rl  _~^���������m ������������������v.  ���������For Sale���������Good Piano. Snap. Your  own terms. Enquire at this office.  ���������Holstein Bull, Sir Glen Pdrfcertje  Korndyeke, No. 10765, wiii be at Bonny  Brook ranch, Oanyon City, during season 191g. Service fee $5 cash. T>. J.Lyon  Rev. W. G. Blake spent a   couple  of  ri-wa ij! kelson this week  MAKING- A BELT.  . J. J. Walker, graduate opticean, of  Kelesii, wiii be in Oreston on the 28,29,  and 30 of this month to do optlcial  work.He will bs located ai the Mercantile store.  M-f5,,W. K. Brown will give an apron  bee fifi her home, on Wednesday, May  21. AU Ladies of the Presbyterian church and adherents are cordially invited to  attend. Each person is requested to bring  an feprou all finished except homing. A  prize will be rewarded to the one who  finishes her apron the quickest aud neatest. Refreshment will be served free. A  small admission of fifteen cents will he  charged which will be devoted to the  church.At Mrs; Browns' residence, on  Wednesday afternoon at 3p.m., on May  21.-??  ADlTltADVa -CAlDHCAn  8  B  ���������FOR SALE���������Twenty acres of first  class frnit land. New four room cottage on place, all slashed and burned, 3  aores stamped, water right for both  domestio and irrigation purposes. A  bargain. - inquire at thia office.  J. A. Crompton ia spending a few days  in Fernie this week.  The following new goods have just  arrived at   the Drug Store; Soaviaer  Cushion, and penants, water glass for  m  preserving eggs, aud a Viotrola Grama-  pbone;  T __ +**���������    tn ���������*��������� c %������������������  ist$S.   2nd .$3.     220 yard dash, $5. 2nd $3.   100 yard dash  Married ladies rst *5; 2nd 3.    3 standing high jump, 1st $3  2nd 2.  4 Running high jump,  1st $3,  2nd   2,  1 Standing  lamp 1st 3, 2nd 2.    2 running broad jump,  1st 3,   2nd 2  5 Hop, Step and Jump, 1st 3, 2nd 2.    6-Pole   vault,   1st  3,  3:30 P. M. Baseball,Creston vs Bonners Ferry,Prize $75  5 P. M. Horse races,    one fourth mile dash, [Local]   1st  $5, 2nd $3.    one-half mile dash,  1st  $7.50,, 2nd 2.50.   one  fourth mile dash,  Boys Pony,   1st $5,  2nd  3.    one-fourth  inile dash, Girls Pony, 1st $5, 2nd 3.  7 P. M. Indian Sports.    Squaw Race   100 yds, 'ist  $3?  2nd 2.    Buck Race 100, 1st 3, 2nd 2.    Bucking Contest  $10  Horse race one-fourth mile dash 1st 5  2nd 3.  ���������!������������������������������������      HI II  '      ' " '   .        '    ' ~ ���������'     '���������'���������       '  DUCK CREEK NEWS  Tho Social Olub picnic will be held on  the Island at tho junction of the channel  and Dnok Greek. Boats will leave Daok  Creek about 10;80 A.M. on Sunday Mny  36 th. All kinds of amusements aro be*  Ing arranged for by the committee.  CANYON CITY NEWS  (By onr Spocial Correspondent)  If our public Library was mor oe ntral  tt would bo more patronized.  tM-tals That Are Used and the Molding  and the Tuning.  Bell making is one of ihe few arte  which have heen in practice from  the earliest times, but even to this  day it has never reached a state of  perfection. Very skilled workmen are  needed to construct hells so that they  ouaii   uc .iiiciuuiuii5.    aiujouxy   aiiu-uuif,  aMe. ?    ~    ' '"'   'ti'ti.tititi- ti ;���������;-;--.-ri^  The bell of to-day is usually composed of five parts of tin to sixteen  parts of copper.- It has been found  by ihe large bell founders that to  put too much tin in a bell often  causes undesirable results, of which  cracking is the most common. But  the most satisfactory results have  been obtained by using v -y old copper and procuring goGd tin.  In constructing a large bell the  first step is to make the mold. This  is really the most vital stage in the  whole process, for the slightest  error at '-.this point would certainly  lead to failure, and the work would  all have to be done over again.   .  After the bell is cast it is sent to  the tuning shop, where metal is pared  off from the. inside according to need.  Before the tuning of bells had been  studied as an art it was pointed out  that a large bell was hardly ever in  tune. A bell to be in proper tune  must first be in tune with itself���������this  is to say, it should havo at least five  tones at correct intervals from one  another in order to produce a perfect  musical chord.  These harmonies arc .the hum note,  fundamental aVid nominal, and also  the third and fifth from the fundamental, or in other words the strike  note. If we were to put the first three  named in musical notation with a C  bell wo should get three Cs in octaves.  It was always found, very much to  the surprise of the maker, that smaller bells were in worse tune than tbe  larger ones, but utter the mastery of  the harmonks it was found that practically all these difficulties disappeared, enabling moro perfect bolls to be  produced.  !  J. ,T, Grady returned to Dnok Crook  Monday.  Mr. Payne of Oroston was a Wynndel onllor on Sunday.  Matt. Hogon was a visitor to Oro'B-  ton Mondiy.  Mr. White's now fonoo is quito an im-  provmeut to his property.  Mrs. Doiiinrs and family aro homo a-  gain from Sand Point.  Como lot ub rojoioo, oat, drink, and bo  morry, White's horao died.  Tho local sports ������*pont Sunday morning in fixing up tho Wynndol bull park.  It is hoped thov may be ablo to mako up  n team this sniumor.  T. ButtorHold wont to Nol������on Tiioh-  day and roturnod Friday.  iSon-m land ������*>(*k**rn who worn looking  over land in tin* vicinity of Mr. rob**  rnnoh nnfidnv lftHt woik. report si-nlng  s. bear close to Mr. Ooio's houuo. Mr.Colo  is not living on his ranoh nt present.  Tho Canyon Oity  sohool pupils will  *  glvon oonourb .\t tho ond of tho term,  ovory effort is bcuug put forth to mako  it a unooosa,  Mrs. Oarfra was in Crouton Tuesday.  Thoro will bo a box sooial in tho Mor-  ifixul'nv Hull um 3.*uoBili������y, Jujju 3 iu given undor the nuBpioes of tho Ladies Aid  of tbe Motlindiflt church. A good pre-  grant is bolng arranged. Ton and coffee  will bo Htirvod nnd Ion rrnnm will bo on I  Halo. Ludios nro r<*qnoBtod to bring bus  kots, nnd tho gontlomen nre also re  No Orphans In Australia.  There aro no orphans in Australia.  Thnt is not because parents never die  there, but because, whon thoy do, tho  state at oneo steps in to tho rescue  of their Httlo ones. Children who  have* buuu ruubud by doutH of thoir  natural protectors aro practically  adopted by tlio Government.  Unions auiiiu nujir relative muuifi-L"1  u desire to assume the responsibility  and can demonstrate his ability to do  bo, tho child is committed to tho Children's Council, which selects some  I1011H' among the farmers of the coiin  try. Thoso foster homos aro examined  closely ond often two or throb aro  tried Jjoforo one is found in which  tlio   child   finds   congunial   surround-  Aftor thirteen tho stato feels that its  ward should earn more than board  nnd lodpiinKB. At that ago, thoroforo,  ho is liirOd out, usually, however, to  the foster parents who nave boon previously talcing caro of him. Throe-  fourths nf his wappi*. aro deposited in  t*aviiiK'i bonks; tho romftimlor is his.  When he become** ul uuo, or if he  wishes money in order to learn a trade  ui tn u!,Uimi h uuu it uuvuiu'i'ii i-icjiiiiii  ���������or, in the case of a ���������������''��������������� when she  wivjlu'.. to niuiry ��������� tin* r>a\ iii^.s aro  turned  over  to tho ward.  A noble life; but writtian not,  Ih an*0" book of fame;  Among the list of noted ones  "None ever saw his name;  For only his own household knew  The victories he had won,  And none but'fehey could testify  How well his work was done.  Died at his home in our oity on Toes-  day, May 18,1913, S. S. Fairhead, aged  sixty-one years.  The news of the death of S. S. Fair-  head spread over our? city on Tuesday  morning as a shook" barbed with pain  ~������J3   f.f.mms.^m \xj ������������������...    ll.Cn   nAnnM   mnmm.e,      4-^������  IXXl*X   CSV***!** . TV   XXXSXX     VXXXO   ������4C*������4d4.    OUlllU       VX,  see yon last, the deceased was upon the  streets greeting his friends with a happy  "Good morning ���������' Today all that was  mortal of our friend and townsman is  now at rest iu our silent oity. We  stood at the open grave as the last sad  rites were performed, and as the clay of  tbe earth closed obove his silent resting place, we said with tbe poet;  "Cold in the dust the perished heart  may die,  But that which warmed   it once can  never dio,"  He was u devoted husband and 3.  kind and indulgent father; to his sisters  a tender brother, to bis friends the soul  of fellowship. But tho greatest of all  was he as a man. And as a man it is  that those who knew him best, most  love to contemplate him. His devotion  *o hiB wife and family and kindness to  everybody will long linger as a fragraut  memory in tho home whioh his presence brightened and whioh death has  now darkened, Though ho Ib gone his  record ha.-i been made nnd will remain  with a3 us alaBtiug treasure.  Tho funeral services woro held at tho  house on Thursday at 5 o'olook, Rev.  Blake officiating and paying n beautiful tribute to tho memory of tho do-  eeaood. Tho cnBkct wnc covored with  tho most, beautiful floral designs loving  lingers ever wrought, nil of whioh  spoko of poaco, purity aud Immortality.  At tho close ol tho sorvioe an unusual  long procoBBion followed tho fnnoral car  to -iu' iillcul city.  Besides a dovoted wife ho leaves one  d mghtor and ono son. Tho daughter,  Mrs. St.Jcan, of Mnllon, Idfaho, was  pro-tout at tho funeral. Tho sou, who  niHldosin tho oast was unable to bo  profiont.  Mr; and Mrs. S. A. xrombiy, who  have been residing at Bed Deer, Alta.,  for some timeretuned to Oreston, Thurs-  \XtXJ .  ���������Call and look over my sfcook of wall  paper at H. Leonard's shop.  J. H. McKim of Canyon  Oity was a  Oreston caller todpy.   ,  As there seems to be some misunderstanding in regards to the admiasiont  charged for the Catholic Bazaar and  Ball we^wish to make \ it ;olear ^that  the admission is for the ball only and  not for the bazaar which is in the afternoon.  O.O. 8., SIGNAFIES OBA-TBROOB.  ���������������������OPERATIVE STORES.  K. G. Marshall of Oaifgagy -was _eg_H  tered at the Cr-aatoa House on vyedsea*  day.  ������Mat-_EB-l  ���������We can supply you with Uclteix*  zeis selected seeds at Calgary prices  S.A.gpeery.  W. A. Rice of Winnipeg stjahft *as&������  dsy in Creston.  ������������������Send for ou_ prices on farnitere. we  pay the freight.   O. O.S. ���������."���������������������������������������������'���������  Is. 3. Harvey of Toronla spea'S a day  in Oreston this week.  ���������We pay the freight, aad if ywa a_e  not satisfied with th������ values received  from US; wo will pay the -r*'"_t- back  and refund full amount of yo*a_ but-  ���������phase.   O.C.S.  W. Hampson of Calgary was a caller  in the valley this week.  ���������For Sale���������Gold Coin Seed Seed .rota-  toes This is a white skinned variety of  the very best quality. A very heavy crop  per. Stock originally obtained from Oen-  trdl Experimental Farm.Prioefl per 100  pounds. $17.50 per ton. Monrad Wigen,  Wynndel, B. O.  Forty years in nee, 20 years the standard, prescribed and recommended hy  physicians. For Womans ailments. Di*.  Martel's Pills, at your druggist.  S. A Sanfort nf Nelson is spending a  few days in Oreston this week.  ���������For your Spring painting use Banco  pure paint. For sale in all colors at  Speers.  -���������Leave your orders for Iris bulbs,  purple lilac bushes, and English box for  hedges, at this oflice.  A. Reston of Calgary stopped a6 Ores*  ton on Tnursday?  ��������� I have just received a carload of  democrats buggies which are all  guaranteed, call.and see them. H. S  McCreatlt.  Oranbrook is giving n grand raco meet  ing on Viotoiia Day. They have a large  program prepared and a good prize list,  and from ell indioatious it is going to be  n grand suooess. The meeting is being  given under the auspices of the Cranbrook Tnrf Assooiatbn, A general ad*  mission of 50 cents is to bo ohargod  O. Rodan of Red Deer, Alta.. is in the  valley this week looking over real estate.  ���������Will the party who borrowed my  wire stretcher from me last fall, please  return same and oblige.   8. A. Speers.  D. A. Young of Vancouver spent a  day In Oreston this week.  mmmmmmm   I  R. C. Frenoh of Nelson passed thru  CreBton on Tuesday.  "     11..������  M.O. MoKinnin of Winnipeg slopped  a day in CreBton the first of the week.  mmummmm  A. L. Lawson   of Winnipeg was  A  CreBton oalier one day thia week*  O. L. Burton of North Vancouver was  in the valley this week.  Curloui   Glowworm.  A iniuiiiiiiitli glowworm has recently  ui,i.n    Kii4i.il   jit    tm;    ouiiui    -III/.   IIIIH1II-  tiiins.   Tim h)>Gci;i'.on is about four and  a hiilf   inches  in   length,   and   whon  Slnred in tbe drtrlt tho rlngri encircling  io body mroduoo a _or-oauA effect.  Hu������h Gunn left ou Monday for Trout  T,r������Vo   Tt   CI    ������'b*.������*������** Iia nvnootp to  ronlrle  ...   **.\i xixmi.*\i.  ���������-Towfltook of Wall paper at Harry  Loonard's shop, Sirdar avenue.  C. H. Dftimis of Vancouver spent a  day in the valley this week.  Hugh Jouon oi Ou-lu-t- iu lOgiblOlCU  at tho Creston Honso.  ���������First elans dressniaking Mrs, B. It.  Embroo, Viotoria Avonno, threo doors  past tho MotrhoslHtOhuroh.  J. William of Vancouver npont Tue������-  dmy in Oreston.  ���������Tho C. O. 8. of Oranbrook Is selling  Iron Bcdo with mattrnnN and spring for  $11.  . J. F.cbocn of Fcniio was a ?initoi,- hot-  Thursday.  E. G. Booohor of Minniapolis, Minttl-  sota, speijit somo timo in Oreston this  week looking after hiu timber llniitc  whioh he has at Wyiindel. O. A. Van  Hormoitof Lethbridgo is at present at  N*oik, oruisiug tho limits. Mr. jicocher  oxpoots to starts a oamp at Wynndel iu  a fow days and commence aotive opera-  tions for removing tho timber.  H. Simmons of Winnipeg was a Creston one *l������*.v thin w*m_.  The first books ot.'one cent postage  BUuiipM have reoently beeu i.r������oelved at  tno A _at umoo.   j-oon upoic vontains  a*  OHO OHIlfc aLtiuqii-  M������r SS oniiU,     Tuimv- tut)  soma of tha flrst books that the ftovara*  ltnont haslisued.  ���������  ���������WMMH  .mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  llllllimi;ilMIII������WltoWMlNllM������ll<Wllli������W THE Ttt-VXE\V. CBESTOiN, B. C.  'l 'r  P R  Trip  eases  P-fn, steps bieeding and brings  ease. Perseverance, with Zant-  Buk, moans cure; V.hy not prsvo  tniS ���������   ���������S JDmggiats and SParca*-*  GOPKEE  litfrUUV  One  of  these  will  soon  pay   Por  Itself  on the farm In killing gophers, alone *  Savage  M   1911   Repeater,   20  Shot, 22  calibre     7.BO  Winchester  model    1902,    22,  single shot .���������... 5.00  Stevens J-tttle Scout. 22  .... 2.85  "Write for Summer Catalogue No.  62T.  THE HINGSTON    SMITH    ASMS  Co.,  Ltd.  488 Main Street Winnipeg  CANCER  Book Frea.     A aunpla  mm.fm.m.      .. ....m.9...    . &m.m . CC.  iamtj irom thi* lady's breast  Old aores, ulcers and  growths cured.    Describo  V^��������� trssblc; ss **rj!! ss=dbools������B������! test!*���������bninla,  fHI CANADA CANCER INSTITUTE. UMitbo  I������ OHURCHILC AVK.. TORONTO  fflplsiiii  **"*^������"Y     nni  ���������������*.!-!  0\t  t<  Empress    on    Initial  Around the World  One of the latest additions to the  magnificent fleet of steamships of tho  C.P.R? has commenced its first trip,  starting out fror    Liverpool    for    an  around the world tour.    The new vessel is .the much talked of Empress'of  Russia which will be.a valuable addition to the already fine fleet of steamers now plying between Vancouver arid  the Orient.     It was a unique idea to  inaugurate this around the world trip  on the initial voyago of the floating  palace, Instead"of Bending the vessel  by way of Cape Horn, and needless to  cay the results justified the enterprise  -as when the Empress left the d_ cfcs at  Liverpool lt was with a full complement  of  passengers,   and  thousands  crowded the docks to bid them bon|  voyage.      Included in the passenger  list are many Canadians who left these  shores a ievf weeks ago to he at Liverpool in time for the sailing of the  Empress of Russia.    The Empress of  Asia follows a little lator.      Beyond  all question the most notable merchant  steamers built in- the United Kingdom  during the  past year were the two  which the Fairfield Shipbuilding and  Engineering Company constructed for  the C.P.R.    company's   trans-pacific  service, which have received the titles  of  the  Empress   of  Russia  and  the  Empress of Asia..     Though outwardly  the  vessels  are  identical  In  appearance there is a difference in the Interior work, the Empress of Russia being  decorated in the French style, mainly  Louis Quinze and Louis Seize, while  the Empress of Asia will be representative of the English style of the Georgian period, which^ls partlculai'ly effective on board ship.    The. leading de-  mensionsare: length 590 feet, breadth  68 feet, the depth 46 feet, th������ gross  tonnage being iu the neighborhood of  15.000.    A feature which catches tho  eye of the man who has but a casual  acquaintance with ships, is the cruiser stern, which gives a distinctly naval touch, besides eoaveying the idea  that a fast turn of speed can be attained.     In point of fact the speed will be  IS Kr.ots per hour.      Accommodation  has been provided for 1100 passengers  in all���������200 first, 100 second and 800  third class, and as   the   officers   and  crew will number 470, the total complement will be 1570.       Elaborate precautions have been taken to secure the  safety of all, aud should any accident  occur there would be little chance of  the ship sinking, the vessel being provided with double the number of water tight compartments called for by  the Board of Trade.  Coming t������ the general aesign. the  vessels have orlop, lower, main, upper  : and shelter decks while above the latter is a long combined forecastle and  TICKLE  YOUR LAND  WITH A  ������.  AND IT WIU*  BUMPER :CEOF  1  I  It's cheaper tb raUs eotts thas i������  buy horses. But it'e cosily if you lost*  the colts, Keep ft bottle oi, Kendall's  Spavin Cure handy. Por thirty-ilvt  years has proved It the safo, reliabl������  remedy for Bpavia, splint, curb, ringbone, bony growths and iamcauw  from other causes*  *p^~^___<r_rptf-___s'**_ _.j!'_-S__v3e.  *: :$������*~3������^ *^fl__3L^A-a_������:^-������-  t       *     **,aA ������.  ������&������������������������*,������  J-Hsosb  u__������  V t      t *������. *   T ���������*���������"���������<������*���������*���������  ���������to  *_9|  mm  -Til  ��������� 11.  t  Jb  9  m-  *���������  _ j.-u*"*"-;*'  _        w.  *" JN������_tf  ������������������-i-^?  *C____*;rV3*ara-.  ���������a'  _f  ar  WfrH**  _-������&&  xK>^&m&\  r^C^-^mW^mmWi  Vort "William On*,  boa ltti, 19U.  "I b������r������ cttfwl oa*  SjstIb -with jiohs  Spavin Cure, aai am.  now trying lt uuu-  ���������tie* witti- tomi n>-  ���������ulU. X anr highly  Blwuad. urttt youi  asaltclna."  V. "WINTKES.  II a hott������������������OforW.  Isle drugs'** for tno  eo���������r nt "A Traatlia  ���������a tea _ct������- es  eiMa  Dr. B. J. Kendall Company     n  Cnoaburc Fall*. V������������t-fn"-* U. S, A*  PATIENTS  WANT   RADIUM  KS? AMD HEALTH TO BOTHER AND 6H11S.  Mas. WiMfii-ow's Soothik- STetCF has bees  S5SK^-__*_t-tT_J_B*^^-_5^l2_?T5! bridge, the bridge feck being extended from stern   to   side   stanchions.  MOTHSRS for their CHILDREN WHIUS  TEETHING, -with PERFKCT SUCCESS. It  SOOXKES the CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS.  AV,*YS aU PAIN; CURES WIND COLIC. a_4  ia the best remedy for DIAKRHCEA. It is absolutely harmless. Be sure and aslc for "Mrs.  *Vf������_9ls-������?'s Sooth !������2 Syrup." aa������4 tsl^ eo other  OsA*   Twenty-five cents ������ iSottlfv  FEMALE HELP WANTED  LADIES WANTED���������To do work at  hems; decorating cushion tops; ess  jaake from $3 to 55 per day-, pleasant  Work.  Armour  Steele Blk., Winnipeg.  Dept.  N. 13  Maypole Soap  ���������;��������� CLEANS^,  AND DYES  ' Gives rich glowieg  colon, fadelouin sun  6t Aids. DyescotiOB,  lUk, wool or mixtuiet.  V/o   il   yo.ur������elf   ���������!  home, jno itoubie���������*  no hum. 24 coleis���������  will give any tltnde.  Colors lOc.bUck 15c,  I ti youi ucolei's ot  I no-paid with booklet  1  *!How to Dye" from  F. L BENEDICT ft CO. Montreal  Above again there     is a   promenade  deek 359 feet long.    Here are situated the many first class rooms, including the lounge,    a    particularly    fine  room 48 fest long and 36 feet wide  with a height in the centre of 14 feet.  There are also writing rooms, smoking  room, and veranda*'   cafe.    The vessels are fitted up in the most luxurious  style and the dining Toom is a new  departure���������the tables being arranged  for. two  and  four  persons  while  in  quiet alcoves there are tables for a  party of six.    There Is also  a well  equipped   gymnasium   and   up-to-date  laundry, while the kitchen and serving rooms are all that can be desired.  The vessel ls fitted with, powerful engines and a long range Marconi system of telegraphing in addition to "semaphore signalling from    the    bridge.  Tbe Empress of Russia, is scheduled  to arrive ln Vancouver on June 7.  Man  THOUGHT HUSBAND LOVER  Woman  Considerate Bishop  London.���������After the Bishop o' Grantham bad concluded a confirmation  service at Deeping St. Jamoa*, near  Peterborough, a candidate arrived who  had cycled several miles and been delayed by tho boisterous weather. The  bishop donned hlo robes again and  ���������confirmed the lad, whom he afterward  congratulated on his dctcrmiaatloa  and. pluck.  War Planes for Italy  Rome.���������The Italian Tr.-vns-Aerlal  Society, which ia building part of tho  aeroplanes for tho army, which aro  bolng paid for ou';. of the sum of $600,-  000 subscribed for tho purpose during  the -Tripoli war, has already delivered  soven aeroplanes. The society la  pledged to deliver seven monoplanc3  and sixteen biplanes by April.  Berlin.���������Tho Doutacho Tageszolt-  ung understands that tho naval authorities havo decided to build ton aviation- stations, four bf them on tho Baltic and six on the North sea.  The pics tho mothers usod to make  To oat might not bo fTt,  But if tlioy killed tho fathers off  *    nloo.ss.Qt   'Aysih.   *?/s.a   it.  Makes    Mistake    and  Pays tho Penalty  Paris.���������A pretty woman named  Marie Anthony left her husband soon  after her marriage and went to live  with a lover named Parvllllers.  After a time her love for her hUB-  band returned and she started to pay  him clandestine visits. One day her  lover met the couple arm-in-arm. Tho  lover demanded an explanation. Mme.  Anthony got into a cab and drove to  her mother. She was followed by the  two men who had agreed to be avenged on her for her infidelity. M.  Anthony fired at his wife, wounding  her in the back.  The husband and the lover were  tried at Seine Assizes. The wife  mado a tearful appeal to the Jury on  behalf of the prisoners, saying that it  was all her fault. The .charge against  the husband was dismissed, but the  lover was sentenced to six months'  imprisonment.  KING, KAISER, AND CZAR  ���������Wa"  ���������   ������������������������������������*������������������������  Meeting of Three Monarch* at tho  Danish Court Arranged  Berlin.���������It is confirmed hero that  during tho coming summer threo of tho  mightiest rulers In Europe ��������� King  Georgo V, tho Kaiser and tho Czar���������  will meet at the Danish court.  Tho royal gathering will bo of extraordinary interest and Importance,  as It ls not merely duo to a wish to  renew family ties. It will havo con-  niucrablc  politic!'. 1 luipnrlJiiico,  It Is understood that oach ruler will  be accompanied by a leading ������ronponol-  blo rrtatesman.  Although tho mooting will not affect  the* exlbilng European system of alliances and ententes, it Is expected that  tho conversations that will tako placo  will have an Important bearing on tlio  now near o-iBtcrn military situation  und cm thi; dosci-i-������������������it-lit of commercial  i'ljliltloiKlhl >���������  London Hospital* Appeal to Nation for  Money to Sec.ira Suppl ���������  London, England.���������A week a-;o it  w^aa announced that 600 milligrammes  of radium were lying in & safe at the  British Radium Corporation offices,  while five London hospitals wero making pitiful appeals for more adequate  supplies. To quote-Doctor Lazarus-  Barlow, of the Middlesex Hospital,  cancer laboratories, the huge majority  of our unfortunate _ atlents have to die  simply because we have not the radium which would at least relieve their  pain, and might in all probability effect a cure in a good proportion of the  cases.  Ths 500 milligrammes will soon be  800 milligrammes, the corporation expecting an additional 300. and there  ts a grave danger that the whole quantity mav be sold to J'fiT's.n and scores  of men and women suffering from ���������Sh������  herrors of cancer will be left to die In  T .f\v%A*>Y*  *4VMUV4u. ���������  There iz only a very limited quantity of radium in the whole world, hut  ! happily it can be used again and again.  As Doctor Lazarus-Bariov stated,  more than a thousand years pass before its powers fall 60 per cent.  It Is therefore evident that if these  800 milligrammes are purchased for  the London hospitals, the beneficient  work will go on for many years and  even many generations to come, and  the philanthropist who secured the  radium would be earning lor himself  the grateful blessings of thousands of  his less fortunate brethrta.  It is' estimated that $84,000 is required to lay the whole supply. When  it is remembered how much anguish  can he relieved and how much despair  xsan be changed to hope, this is surely  a small enough sum.  At the Middlesex Hospital, the London Hospital, the Cancer Hospital, the  Metropolitan Hospital and St. John's  Hospital for Diseases of the Skin physicians are forced to stand idl?/ by and  watch the ravages of dlneaso which at  least they could stay if this radium  were taken from the office safe and  divided among them.  The hospitals cannot buy it themselves. They have not the money.  Who will- help? The necessity Is urgent. Thero must be- many rich men  aad women whose sympathies will be  touched and whose check books will  be opened.  1 _r>V .raw, iX-/f ^"ri?fttiffit&*a*- -  It^^mmmmmWX /    9U0ms/Z^^Ls/A  3TO  'X*  t-_rM*5^KINBS<i-w������i  ���������������  It'a tho OLRANEST, SIMPLEST, aad BEST HOMB  PVB, ona ecu buy���������VVhjT,you don't ���������������������������*������ hava-ta  :_.i������7 ������?hs.: SINDe** Cloth your Gooij* ������r������ _������d������ a  ���������f.���������So MUtafca* ara iraposflble?    ~ ������  Send lor Vrmm Color Card; Story Sooldet, sft������ 1  ���������ooklot giving roaBlta of Djr������ln_oyoro_������r colon*. 1  Ito SOHNSOM-RIC-9ARDSON CO., L___4,     1  Montreal. Canada. B  One of the finest stretches of rook  ballasting on the entire C.P.R. system is the sixty-five miles which has  just been completed east from Vancouver. The work has been pronounced by railway experts to be second  to none on the North American continent. The accompanying* views give  splendid ideas of what the completed  road-toed is. The ballast which 4s  crushed  rock from the C.P.R.   rock  crushing plant at Nicomen ia placed in j and   of  this   twenty-five  the centre .of the track and on the  ties by centre-dumping, hopper-bottom  cars. The track is then lifted and  the rock ballast tamped Into place _e-  ti.\���������.ori  tl"lp  firsc. Tlija #.-������*vf_h_rl   i������/\4^���������   nn,  der the ties averages from eight to  ten inches in thickness. This type  of ballast is ideal for a wet climate as  it Is readily drained and easily maintained, in good line and surface. Experts declare that this kind of ballasting increases the comfort of th'e  traveller greatly Miles of crushed  rock ballast are being laid on C.P.R.  western lines. For twenty-four miles  out of Vancouver the main line of the  C.P.R. ls double tracked and In operation. Sixty miles of double traxsk  construction work is in puogress now  Vm.f\m  XXXIX  New Westminster Junction to Mission  will be completed by May 1. The remainder of the distance from Mission  Junction to Ruby Creek will be finished by early fall. When double track  work is completed and the line ballasted with crushed rock, there will be no  finer piece oi rail line in the country.  fiPK  Long Weasf-tBgg  GLOVES  If you aro looking for a pair of  gloves that are as tough as a'Mexican  Snake whip and that will give you  full satisfaction or a new pair fre������  ask your dealer for  _aavejua.* j_ Jtaactr h/M'vam vav w ���������������/������  These ar.e ^ie best wearing gloves  ever turned out "from a factory. Send  for Interesting story "Tha Pinto9*  CU���������������1*������  XJtASVMM     ���������  HUDSON BAY KNITTING CO.  Cana���������a's Expert Glove and U1U Makers,  MO-f-RE-JU  Muscular Rheumatism Subdued.���������  When ono is a suffer from muscular  ���������rheumatism ihe cannot do better than  to have the region rubbed with Dr.  Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil. There ls no  oil that so speedily shows its effect  in subduing pain. Let the rubbing be  brisk and continue untl ease Is se>-  cured. There is moro virtu? in a bottle of it than can bo fully estimated.  Some People Would  I havo nothing to worry about.  Think not, do you?  You are not entei'prislng.  No, or you'd worry nuout that.  ��������� pifcjpwa������������������������~*>.ii-iii ���������   u ii   i   ._i  ������^a������  All men may bo froo and .eiiunl by a  mere mattor of birth but woman has  to schemo for her freedom, nnd she  doesn't caro to bo JuBt equal to that  woman down the block.  m**ssm*0mmmsm*mmmsmmmm*^***mmmm**t*ms0  Beware of Ointments for Catarrh  that Contain Mercury,  will Riirnly dr-troy tho sense ot oil���������I  REFLENIS-  YODR BLOOD  IN THE SPRING  Just now you are feeling "out of  sorts"���������not your usual self. Quite exhausted at times and cannot devote  real energy to your work. Sleep  does not rest you and you wake up J  feeling "all tired out." Perhaps rheu-'  matism is Hying through your muscles  and joints, or may be your skin Is  disfigured by rashes, boils or pimples.  Headaches, twinges of neuralgia, fits  o������ nervousness, Irritability of temper-  and a disordered stomach often increase 5rour discomfort In the "spring.  The cause���������winter has left its mark  op you. These troubles are signs  that your blood ������s poor and watery,  that your nerves are exhausted. You  must-renew and enrich your blood at  once and restore tone to your tired  nerves, or there may be a complete  breakdown. The most powerful remedy for these spring ailments in men,  women and children is Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills for Pale People, because  these Pills cleanse bad blood and  strengthen weak nerves.  New, rich, red blood���������your greatest  need in spring���������is plentifully created  by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, ond with  this new. pure blood In your veins  you quickly regain health and increase  your strength. Then your skin becomes clear, your eyes bright, your  nerves strong, and you feel better, eat  better, sleep better, and are able to  do your work.  Begin your spring tonic treatment  to-day for the blood and' nerves with  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills���������the Pills  that "jriiengtlien  These Pills nre cold by most' dealers, but do not be persuaded to take  "something just tho same." If you  can't get the genuine PUls from your  dealer thoy will be sent you by mall,  post paid, at 50 cents a box or elx  boxos for $2.60 by writing The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockvllle,  Ont.  Suspended Animation  I was walking down, a street once,  said the hypnotist, when I saw a man  just in front wltlh whom I wished to  speak. So I just straightened out  my arm, concentrated my will, made  a pass���������thus���������and the man stopped instantly,   and   waited   till  I   overtook  Vln.  444.4ja.  Well, you don't call that much of  a trick, do you? said one of his listeners.  Personally I call it a very fair demonstration, affirmed the hypnotist.  But perhap's you are not familiar wtm  the scienc-?  % .  No, I can't-Bay I am, replied thej  other, who happened to be. an American, though one day wihile I was walking In New York I eaw a man slip,  and fall from the top of a sixteen  storey building. When he had got  about half way down, I made a pass  just as you did, and he stopped falling  instantly. However, being busy at  the time I went on without thinking  any more about It; which remind i me  ���������next time you're im New York, you  ml_kt look out for him and rescue  him! ������  HI  *_i_5tt.  C*5sP  _ ts __.  BBS-T  ATTACKED  BY A  LiON  Young Man Anxious to Display Courage Has Close Call  Hamburg.���������A large crowd of visitors to Carl Hagenbeck's zoological  park where the animals are kept In  large enclosures under conditions as  natural as possible, witnessed a terrl-  iying scene.  The cashier of the entrance to the  lions' section, named Elfert, went Into  the enclosure to display Ills courage.  A Hon sprang at 0.1m, and he fell senseless. The other lions became wild,  but were Kept back by l������i������ Keepers  firing into the air. Efforts wero  made to frighton the attacking Hon,  but it had to be Bhot dead. Elfert  was then carried to the hospital.  MersM, Mules and Cowa. Tbar e������  hesSthle? sad render D*tt������i* Berries.  Whan the fceary coat that holds tb#  ���������c7sSs-^������sts.sddir: Is ronsSTeiJ. they  ���������mmonwill* VnotclMn, took hntta*  ���������get mora good from thoir feed aaa  an batter la every way.  Insist o*  toTta'Tht> Stewart  Sail Searing  Slipping Machine  It tarns easier, cllpa faster and closa*  and stays sharp loncer than anf-  otber. Gears are all tlio bard ana  cat front aolld stoel bar. pricb  They are enclosed, protected and ran ln oil:  little frloUon.Uttle wear.  HasBlxfeetornewBtyleeasyruimIna  Saslblo aba��������� and the celebs**���������  Stewart single teaaton clipping heed,  big���������Mt grade, daft warn tnm yivr dtafa*)  ovary _--siss susrsntsed to e!___  CHICAGO FLEXIBLE SHAFT CO.  613 La Salle Avenue       CHICAGO, ILU  Write for complete n������**rcatalosrne showing world*?  largest and moat modern line of hone clipping no* -  Sl^������9*? 9b^_"SriS nuu.ti'n.Mi, vv���������II���������I free on request.  w-w%tx.m,  *9Zi  When buying your Piano insist on haying an  "OTTO   HIGEL"  Piano Action  and   obmpTotajsr' dcruriarT tho 'wlioie  Byntem  whop  u mercur  n  entering   It  BOe.   a  boy or ������lx  bo*** for $?.RO,  at all dcMers, or The Dodda Medicine  Company, Limited,    Toronto,  | Canaan���������  W    N.   U.   04S  Poisoned  Dates by Mall  Piu'.b.-���������Mllo. Mariho Dorgo, a youn :  nrtlnt, him boon nrrostod ln Paris on  a chargo of nttomptlng to poison a woman nainft'. T.lnpot..      Mmo. T-ilopot ro*  fi'nilv r<"C'olvod through tbo post a box  or  dat on.   which   bWo   thought   wuh   h  l>r*f:tic*nt from  a friend.      Sho taut ori  I oaf* or tiw (imi'������ "i'i'I v"������u "���������������������������'.uii ului  iikoiiIzIiik  pillow,  but  recovered  after  . an iinildwti:.      A pobonoiiu compound  ' of   roiipor   Imd   boon   Introduced   Into  I Hlfl   (Illl'H.  lu'rouBli the muooua ���������urfnen*. Much  artlnKi" ahoulil iievi* ho lined exeunt on prcitrip.  tlona from Mpiitofclo i>1������v������Io1i������hh. imi tlio daman thay  will do la ten fold to the good you can iiunnlbly do-  Mve "rom tliom. Hnll'a Cntorrh Cure, rnMiufftcturcd  hv V 1 riwnny & Co.. Tolwlo. ������.. eontulnn no mnr-  ...��������� *.*... i. .-I���������ii inir-rnnlly. uuUiik (Uitotiy li'iuli  the'blood and'muoouii mirfft������e������ ol thn watom. in  buying Haifa Catarrh euro bo aure you act tin  Banulna. It lu UKen totprnally nnd -tula In Toledo.  Ohio by V.3. Chrney A Co. Tfatlmonlala troo.  BoW? by nruW-'Ji.  Wrier. 75o. l>fr bottlo.  ���������mo llall'a li-nmlly l'lim for oonatipaUoo. j  iT|   ..    |, | | | -��������� .^ii ..ii i.j- -   -   r~i ���������  Centenarians Walk to the Poll  denovn.���������Glacorr.o   Mnsclorlnl,  100  years   old,  and  IjUlgl  Pongolll,   ngod  I joo, walked threo and four mllon re-  I spcctivt.'ly lc* jc.-i.-oh1 Iht-'n uih-.i al lhe  Bwlou parliamentary elections at Tcc-  Ino.  _^____���������_���������.I ��������� HI...i"li   "'"������ hi"    aiiiawi  Royal Residence for Sale  Jionilon.���������Messrs Trollopo liavo  boon Instructed to t/Oll by auction Os-  borno Cottage, Eaflt Cowoh, lit, rofil-J  rtonco of Princess Henry of liutton-  borg. Tho IniitHo has beautiful gar-  deno and extensive stabling.  Thoro'** always a dark hUIo to tho  -llvor lining. F.vcm the fellow who  kcops amllliig la liable to havo to bo  operated on for tmiiUtlH.  If It wero not for tho telephone many  n woman would have to go to the missionary meeting to find out how Mrs.  Ulunk's sick baby ls.  A woman may not be afraid of n  mouse and etlll not bo able to boar all  the burdens tlio opposlto box lnniat  upon relieving lior woakmliided slater  from.  mmm-mmmmmi*** iii ������im0tmmmmmm*mm*sm.  Mnn aro not vain. Still, if you  want t<> niaUu n. hlL don't Intlmato that  any particular man la developing a  bald spot.  I consider MINAllD'S LINIMENT  ���������tin BEST I>lnlmont in uso.  I got ray foot badly Jammed lately,  I bathed it woll with MINARD'S LIN.  IMENT, ai-d it was as well as over  . --.t day.  8'Mhiii-iilnij In Be.r  Cork.���������A great vat oi porter burnt  at. the LadyBwell Prowory Cork, on  Thursday and tho contents swopt in a  flood through the browevy yard. A  workman had to swim through tho escaping liquid to savo hlmaolt from  drowning.  SaveYourleaith  Most sicknesses that impair health  have their start in quite ordinary  ailments of tho organs of digestion or elimination. Stomach,  liver, kidneys, nnd bowels are  quickly benefited by the action of  BEECHAM'S  lrI_L_-!_--3  Sol- everywhere.   In boxei. 28 eantt*  Expedition of a Duka  Rome.���������^Tho Duke of Montpensler.  brother of the Duke of Orleans, lefi  Naples in tho yacht Mekong for Brln*.  dlal. It ia alleged that t ������ duke 1������  taking arms and ammunition to south*  om Albania, where ho intends t j roua������  tho people and bave himself proclaim*  ed Prince of Albania.  Model Child  "Bristol.���������Nolllo Young of LuckwoO  Council SqIiooI, Bristol, received from  the Bristol o.'.acatlou commlttoo *  special silver gilt modal for nlno yearr  attonda:ico at school without being  abaort or lat& once.  Tihe tactful parson la ono who rm  all?,*>(* that truth ii too precious.t������  bo thrown about caroloaoly.  'I'luirH it* one tliluii ubout Uio uouiii  oea islander^���������lie doesn't bavo to wortf  about tho prlco of coal.  rlr,.  I.Ill  li^    -������������������������   * ��������� 1 ���������'. ..." ���������������,,*.       V' 0   *   '    *.������     .      I4J,      I A      ***<># ������,4|,..l.       VtJMD     !��������������� A'     -���������     '  " ..'*������*������*-*���������������������������  did   "mm   cv.ii*   ,,, n   mn> I Va-hiIm nf tho thltirrn ho In Rolnir to ������1o  v.'Ii-' dhlri'l v.'oiifh'r what he wiw fio|n������jl He  profi-^m   lo  lot  bin  T'lieniilo'i  howl  io hnvB for dinner ^ ovor*the thing.* ho luta dono.   .**    mm ^HMia  Por |lio-fi������i(jh1v cleontilni*! liuUis and elnlcau  And It. iloi-i nor. Imrt tlia  Imnita like moMt cliunilnic  Iiowdera uml  iouim.       It  cavcii Uiem ������iiioot.liuud(io{b  Cat a Can To-fl--/  Sava tka Coaponi.  feata b**iAM**y Limata, Maniraei  h-;Wtbr*l 11  '*<^iE*---*i*'  Why ouffer from corns whon thoy  can bo palulfii-ly rooU-fl out by ualnrr  Holloway'B Corn Curo.  Leopard Shootlna n a Garden  Paris.���������M. (Loula Coquorll, who  lives at Corboll, wan taking a stroll In  his garden last ovonlng, whon ho saw  two yellow chining oyos glaring at  him from n bush. Ho fotclioil an old  gun from bin dining room and fired  two shots at tho oyoo. To his amazement a leopard, wiilc-u had i-iiuiitju  from a monogorle, foil dea^.  Qtoclcholm.���������The dlrcr-torn of tho  North Swodliih Bank at Alfta. Sweden,  v.nvn rrini'lud* ! a contract with a number of firms ror printing advertise  !| menu* ot uuuu ���������.""��������� *j** "*u 1m������*������-���������.*������ oi  | bauknu*.   ..  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������4aaMiatMMa#aaaaaMi  Your Liver  is Clogged up  Th-k- W>y  Vou'ro T__d���������0������t ail  Sort������~-i/uv������ i*n Appctliz.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  will nut you right  ia ������ few day*.  Thoy da  their duly.  Conirt- ^^^^V  pafion,  0T m^-\%  Dltiotuiitu, tattti-mlltm, mxi Sick tititA-ukm  SuuiU Till, S_iuH Dose, Small Prico*  Genuine muttb������M- Signiitura  y0^^aax^f���������ti^<0f^^  MV m ;.-m-  W^'m'mi4mm^F^&mWw^W  ^���������/m^i^^^^^mm^xm^  wi-rii'iiY,--__-aw_ii-ai--__-W N VIV IS- '-.VVVJUlIi  Ff_st Article���������Soil Consef vation  Bry W. J.  SPILLMAN; Agriculturist in  Charge of Farm Management, Department of Agriculture.  "OW  to  restore and  maintain  tbe productivity of the soil is  a������l������'���������&'"'tbe niost important phase of  tbe conservation problem.   In  - toauy of our older communities soil  .fertility has been reduced below the  point of profitable production. Nation  wide effort at the present time,  through federal and state agency, is  directed toward the restoration of fertility in these localities. In the older  countries of Europe, where farming  hns been followed for many, centuries,  the problem of satisfactory, yields of  farm crops has been solved. The agriculture of Germany is similar to that  of the United States, but the yield per  acre of wbeat in Germany is more  than twice that in the United States,  the yield of rye nearly twice as large,  the yield of barley nearly a third larger find, the yield of oats more than  one third larger.  The Toportionats area of cereals  grown in Germany is about one-fifth  less than io the United States, while  the proportionate area of hay and forage crops is one-half greater. In addition to that, the percentage of the total  area which is olanted to root crops is  enormously greater in Germany than  tn the United States.   These root crops  . eonsist largely of potatoes and sugar  beets, and the best German  autberi-  ������������������. . ��������� _. 4.S.V...I..     *l..������4.    .. 4-     l.nr.X.  ..-.a   4UI������J     _. ���������  t!U2>   "CC3I.111JU1.CJ    lUHb   a*.   JUlXOt,   U11C-IU11U,   V*.  the products of the area of these two  " crops is available for stock feed. They  elso estimate that one-third of the  A products of the area devoted to cereals  ts devoted to the feeding of domestic  ittihnais. Germany therefore devotes  very much more of her soil to the production Of feed for live stock than  A���������e "he United States.  On the. same area of farm land the  German farmer maintains on the aver-  SegumlnouB crop frequently leave in  she soli sufficient nitrogen for, the  needs of tbe crop tbat follows. Recent'  investigations by the department of  agriculture in Kansas and Nebraska:  show that the average increase in the  yield of com grown after alfalfa, compared with corn grown after nonlegu-  minous crops, is 75 per cent. A good  crop of clover has a similar effect on  the yield of crops which follow it. Instances are known where the practice  of sowing bur clover in cotton fields in  ths fall of the year and turning it under ln spring in time for another crop  of cotton has in three years doubled  the yield of cotton. Crimson clover  sown in a similar manner between  crops of-corn has in a few years increased the yield of corn 50 per cent;  or more.  The reason these leguminous crops  have such a marked effect on fertility  in many; cases on depleted soils lies'in  the fact that nitrogen is not a constituent of the soil proper, but only of  the decaying plant and animal matter  In the soil. When soils are farmed for  many years without any attention to  their fertility this organic matter is  rotted out and the nitrogen disappears.  Hence nitrogen Is nearly always the  first plant food constituent to become  deficient in the soil.  The fact has already been referred  to that we export a large proportion  of our cottonseed meal, oilmeal and  other rich nitrogenous feeding stuffs.  These materials are all exceedingly  rich in nitrogen? They should be kept  at home, fed fo live stock and the  manure returned to the land.  Dependence on Our Own Resources.  There is this difference between our  situation and that of the older countries of Europe: Hitherto we have been  esporters of our feeds tuffs rich in fertilizer constituents, while they have  been importers. They have been drawing on the newly settled regions of the   ,-,4,3    f..^ 4.. .*,,��������� *"-     14k    ,���������. ��������� If,*.    4~~    -4!,._.1  wuim iui   luaiciiaia  vrxtu.  yv_jC_  io iccu  their crops. -The American farmer will  he making a long step forward when  be quits exporting these materials and  returns them to his own soil. Whatever shortages there may be must be  made up by the intelligent use of commercial fertilizers. There is no danger  of a nitrogen famine. We-can grow  leguminous crbps to supply nitrogen.  We can aiso, by judicious use of the  refuse from grain and other crops and  by the use of intelligently planned crop  rotations with occasional catch crops  for green man ure, keep up an abundant supply of humus. Even if we had  0        n , x    m0 _x _       t._    . &o other resources for maintaining the  sg_ .rom .ii, io io per ce-j*. ujore ������-ve fertlllty of the soil t^ leguminous  stock thau does the American farmer. { .^������������������,... ���������_;, ,,������������������,������������������ ������,������,���������������., -������_������������. _���������_  Tbe manure from these animals is also  HIS SELF  CONTROLS  <J^l..I..I,t.r,^|^l:..I.H.j,.I,.I..*'..*;..j..|..t..l..|.-'���������-{.  **_"���������' *  LIVE   STOCK   NO I ES. T  A disinfectant should be used*  in the barn from time to? time.;  Remember that cleaning the stables   means  more  now  than it  used to. ...".������������������'. ��������� ..  J.     JNo  matter  how   well   bred  a  y cow may be sbe cannot produce  ������������������" miik at a profit when given only  X a maintenance ration.  '������.     Dirty   palls cause much sick-  v  ness among tbe calves.  ?     Make you stock reach maturl*  j ty without ?bei_g stunted.   If. an  X 'animal is-worth  keeping7 at al!  X it Is worth keeping well.  ? ,   The silo is a time saver when  *** it comes to feeding a large number of animals.  Many farmers will let the  steer trample $100 worth of feed  into the mud rather than spend  $25 for a feed rack.  BROOD SOW fvlANAGEMENT.  He Proved tt to Kis Own but Not His  Family's Satisfaction.  Mr. Brown wss excitable by nature,  but he often prided himself audibly  upon his self control. One night while  the family were gathered at the tea  table the chimney began to roar. The  furnace draft had been opened and forgotten: Y Straightway a panic ensued.  , ������������������Don't lose your heads���������keep cool!"  cried Mr. Brown. "It's nothing serious."  y?  .  He dashed up the stairs, discovered  that the metal cap Over the only un-  ncoit    sfni'antnA    b*>ls    woo' ' ri iron, ���������tr    rod  hot,   and   dashed   down   again  faster  than he went up.  "Keep cool!", he gasped as he passed  through tbe. room where the family  had gathered in nervous apprehension.  "Ill be back in a minute." . . j  He was back In less than that time,  having observed that tbe flames were  spouting  several   feet high  from  the  chimney and that a shower of sparks i  was falling upon tho roof. j  "Wk-w here's the stepladder?" he ?  panted. v i  He was gone before any one could  answer the question and presently was |  heard bellowing from the roof, of the '  wood shed. He presented a heroic,  figure in the glare of the blazing chiin- *  ney. .;   j  "I've got one end of tbe hose," he ,  called.    "Some,one attach ths other ,  end. and turn oh the water���������quick!"        !  :    Two long minutes passed. . ,  "Why doesn't some one do as I or- \  dered?" he thundered. "Do you want i  the place to burn up?" . j  "We can't, Henry," called Mrs. Brown  tremblingly;     "You   haven't   got   the  hose. You've got the cow rope. It ! enough for breeding swine. Tankage,  ���������was hanging next to the hose in tin*? Lmeat meal, linseed oil meal, skimmilk,  shed, and anyway the roof is covered | buttermilk, bran, oats, middlings,  with ice, and I don't think there's any j shorts, soy beans, clover and alfalfa  great danger outside. You'd better go ! ar<- tbe logical supplements to corn In  and watch the chimney from the in- \ the middle west At the Iowa station  mtAm. >i i- we have found that most excellent ra*  A half hour later the family were    tions for gilts carrying litters are:  again at the tea table. |     First-Corn. 88 to 90 per cent: meat  * "If   this    had   happened   in   some \ meal or tankage containing 60 per cent  homes,"   remarked   Mr.   Brown,   '"the j protein, 10 or 12 per cent.  Second.���������Corn, 75 per cent; finely cut  clover or alfalfa, 25 per cent.  SAVED HIS CABLE TOLLS.  A Clever Ruse at Home Gave Him the   , Ulll-Wil.'r  W������   *������W 9 __--���������_?������  Information He Wanted,  wealthy   merchant  hi   Paris  ?ho  Feeding Methods That Result In Strong  and Healthy Litters.  To produce strong, healthy litters il  is not only necessary that the sows be  fed correctly upon feeds that furnish  sufficient muscle, bone and energy mak- '  Ing materials, but that tbey he.handled  wisely during the period of gestation.  The mother sow needs food for three  important purposes���������first, for her own  maintenance; second, for growth? on  her own body and, third, for the nourishment of the fetal pigs. Corn Jacks-'  muscle and bone formers and in addition   is   too   concentrated���������not   bulky  does an extensive business with Japan ;  was informed that n prominent firm in j i  iOkoliutua had failed, but the name of M  the firm he could not learn,    lie could' |  have learned the truth by cabling; but,]  to save expense, instead be. went tb a  well known  banker who had received^ j  the news and requested him to reveal \ !  the name Of the firm. i  "That's a very delicate thing to do."   j  replied -the  banker,  "for the news is.  not official, and if I g���������ve you the name .  I might incur some responsibility."  ,    The  merchant  argued,  but In   vain,  and finally he made this proposition?  ���������'! will give you," be said, "a list ot  ten firms in Yokohama, and I will ask  you to look through It and then tell nie.  without mentioning any name, whether or not the name of the firm which  has failed appears in it. Surely yon  will do that for me."  "Yes." said the banker, "for if I do  not mention any name I cannot beheld  responsible In "any way."  The list was made. The banker looked  through it and as be handed it back to  the merchant said, "The nrarae of the  merchant who ffas failed is there,'*  "Then I've, lost heavily/' replied the  merchant, "for tbat Is tbe firm with  which I did business," showing him a  name on the list.  "But how do you know that is the  firm whit*- has failed?" asked the banker in surprise.  "Very easily." replied the merchant-  "Of the ten names on tbe list only one  is genuine, that of the firm with (which  1 did business. All tbe others are fictitious." .;...,.".    '  THE   HUMAN   FACTORY.  Phantom Craft That Are Said to  iLlaiirif tha   Uirih  Caoc  A CURIOUS ENGLISH RECORD.  family would have lost-their beads  completely and sent in -an alarm. Self  control is an excellent thing and far  from common."  "Indeed, it is," agreed Mrs. Brown  emphatically.���������Youth's Companion.  The Log of the Warship Bacchante  Under Date of July 11* 18S1, Bears  the Entry, "Flying Dutchman C-oss-  eti Our Bows"���������The Goblin Ship.  "*'������������������*. - tf  There are numerous legends and stories of ghostly vessels tbat roam *tbs  briuy deep, and many hard headed  mariners, free from the common superstition of the ordinary sallormuu,  stoutly maintain thnt they have at  least once in their maritime career encountered what was undoubtedly a  phantom ship.  Best known of those mysterious  craft that haunt tbe high seas is, oC  conrse. the famous Flying Dutchman,  or phantom ship . of - Y.anderdeeken:  How the story originated is-doubtful,  but it has been.ascertained tbat there  was n seaman of repute who many  years ago sailed from Holland to the  east via the Cape of-Good Hope, but  was never again heard of.  ���������onie authorities say tbat. meeting  with contrary winds off the cape, he  swore a terrible oath, in consequence  of which the divine wrath decreed  that he should be occupied till the  crack of doom in endeavoring to  weather the headland. Others state  that this punishment was meted out  to him iu retribution for a terrible  murder be committed before oommeae*  ing his fateful voyage.  Whatever the cause of this ancient  gentleman's monotonous wandering  may be. it is probably in connection  witb hlih that the most' authentic and  cold blooded record of any phantom exists either afloat or ashore, for it ia  stated that.in the log.of H; M. S. Bacchante while on a  voyage round the  ���������vGiiik    v.iiu   me   iuu_   gjiuu.-������-s :ju    vooh  there  appears on .Tuly^ll the'entry,  "Flying Dutchman.crossed our. bows/'  1 The log book of one of the then largest.  things without his taking any partlcu-  nneal or tankage, 10 per cenL , mms  tbe proportion of meat   Jar notice of them, while he occupies his  ! mind, as the competent bead of a fac-  bt'tter cared for in all European coun-  trles than it is in this country.   Hot  v *<> y-* y. -vi  plants and humus making crops we  conld on much of the land in this country maintain a much higher standard  ul   yirnun   vuuu   vuiaiuo   ai   tut?   ^tcaciiL  FREAKS QF NATURE  "���������ANIMA-S WITH GOtitEM HOOPS"���������SHBEP  ', MAKE THE SOI- _ EBTHiE.  only that, the United States exports  vast quantities of cottonseed meal, lln-.  eeed oilmeal and other rich nitrogenous  feeding stuffs, while Germany imports  vast quantities of these materials. German farmers not only conserve their  own natural resources, but they draw  on other parts of tho world to maintain tbo fertility of their lands. America has beeu mining ber soil nnd ship-  plug the products to Europe. In addition to the sources of fertility above  given, Germany uses annually on ber  coil 1550,000 tones of nitrate of soda,  27-.000 tons of sulphate of ammonia,  1,*200,000 tons of superphosphate and  1,400,000 tons of basic slag ln addition  to largo amounts of potash salts.  Wo aro now confronted by tho same  necessities that compelled the adoption  of sound systems of agriculture In tho  old world. How shall wo meet tbis  -problem ?  The Solution of tho Problem.  ! In the Qrst place, wo must Increase  tho nuin bor of domestic animals on  cur farms. Wliero land Is farmed by  renters the lenses must bo mado for  tanrr-oi* 'AriiiM. und wln>r������ tbe rnnfar hns  wuL iho cupiiui io provide iho proper  number of domoatlc animals iheso  must bo supplied by tbo laudowner.  Tbo effect of llvo stock on tbo fertility  of the soil nccdo no demonstration. It  Is well known to every Intelligent  farmer. Up to tho presont tlmo, at  lonst. no syntem of ngrlcnlturo hns been  Ipormonently profltnblo without tho use  [of domestic niilmnlH nn a mean** of  maintaining the productiveness of tho  ���������oil. Whether audi systems aro possible remains to bo scon.  In addition to increasing tbo number  of domestic animals on American farms  our farmorn muut: pay mori** ntlentlon  to leguminous crops and to other crops  which provldo a supply of humim for  tho soil. T>>Ruinc������. such as clover,  pens, alfalfa, etc., nro especially Important becniipe of tho fact that with  tbo aid of certain aol\ bacteria thoy arc  afolo to draw their supply of ultrogeu  from the air.   Having thus nn unllrait-  ttO    OU|l|MJr     Ul    Llllll     , UIUUUIU    144.1..fc    iw������    I  4. ^-.-.44*.. ,. *. 4.       **,...     *.f,.*.mm     .4..     wl^K     *4������     I  toitrogeu.   The stubble and tvv.t. ot *% j  time.  Examples ef Successful Farming.  In New York state there are large  areas of land which formerly produced satisfactory crops, but which in recent years have been reduced in fertility to the point where their cui-vatic-a  is no longer profitable by the methods  in vogue in that section.   A few years  ago a representative of the department  of agriculture induced a farmer in that  section to grow four acres of potatoes  under his direction. . This farmer had  been growing potatoes for many years,  using seed which had been grown for  sixty years in that locality without selection to maintain its quality.   His ordinary yields of potatoes were about'  forty bushels per acre.   He was induced to: secure new and Improved seed  and to cultivate in the most thorough  manner.   As a result these four acres  produced a yield of 250 bushels of potatoes per* acre.    Similar results have  since been seenred by a number of other farmers in the same locality.  An Illinois farmer a good many years  ago established on his farm a rotation  of corn, corn, oats, clover. The corn  nnd oats wero fed to hogs, which were  nllowe_ to graze on the clover. Very  little feed was purchased, but everything raised on the farm was converted  Into manure and returned to tbo land.  At the beginning of this system of  farming tho yiold of corn was about  tbirty-fivo bushels to, the acre. Ten  years later it had risen to eighty bushels per acre, the averngo yield for Tour  consecutivo years beiug 80.4 bushels  per acre.  A Missouri farm which had been devoted to corn nnd wheat for seventy  years and on which the yields of wheat  were about eight bushels per acre and  corn about tvrenty-flvo bushels was  subjected to a Bystem of farming similar to that Just described for an Illinois farm. In six years tbo yields of  this farm wero moro thon doubled. In  work of this character tho following  points nro omphnslzcd:  Deep f������.ll preparation of tho soil.  m*   4 ������-*.***.-���������**������     '*'���������*���������      ������t-w*������    wvl������4*.i,������w    +.t. ���������*, ,*,*  Mainly shallow and frequent cultlvfir>  tfon of tho crop during the growing  season and especially after a rain.  Tbe Judicious uso of commercial fertilizers and the increased ubo of homo  produced fertilizers nnd the growing  of leguminous crops.  A Tree That Throws Somersaults and s  Waterfall Reversed.  A tree gone mad and a wnterfaii thai  falls up instead of down "are among  the strange things to be seen in Hawaii, us described by John Burroughs  in the Century Magazine:  "Nature in the tropics, left to herself, is harsh, aggressive, savage;  looks as though she wanted to hang  you with her dangling ropes or impale  you on her thorns or engulf you in.her  ranks of gigantic ferns. Her mood is  never as placid and sane as in the  north. There is a tree in the Hawaiian  woods that suggest:* n tree gone mad.  It is called the hau tree. It lies down,  squirms and wriggles all over the  ground like a wounded snake. It gets  up and then takes to earth again. Now  it wants to be a vine; now it wants to  be a tree. It throws somersaults, it  makes itself into loops nnd rings, it  rolls, it reaches, it doubles upon itself.  Altogether it is the craziest vegetable  growth I ever saw.  "It was near Pali that I saw what I  bad never seen or heard of before���������a  waterfall reversed, going up instead of  down. It suggested Stockton's story  of negative gravity. A small brook  comes down off the mountain and attempts to make tho leap down a higb  precipice, but the winds catch it auct  carry it straight up in the tiir like  smoke. It is translated; it becomes a  mere wraith hovering abovo the bee  tling crag. Night and day this goes  on, the wind snatching from the mountains in this summary way tbe watei  it has brought them."  Its  Machinery  Develops With the Intellect That Directs It.  A human being is a kind of factory.  Tbe engine and the works and ail the  various machines are kept in the basement, and  he sends  down orders to  them from time to time, and they do  the work whlch.lias been conceived np  Third.���������Corn, 80 per cent; oats. chop. : in headquarters. He expects the works  ped clover or alfalfa. 10 per cent; meat ; down below to keep^ on  doing these j -f"^majesty,s warsbips is certaint**-  ! tbe very last place to expect to fiuci'i  x   -, i        x j *���������'ma ��������� mm *.um    .������������������i u������������������fl ���������f ��������� f.v.   11 bn t which, is general ly associated wi tli  meal or tankage can be cut down prac- ' mind, as the competent bead of a fac- i ���������=> -���������'  ticaiiy ouetuii-d to two-Sftlis and still   tory should, with the things that are  get excellent results. ! new   and   different   and   special   and  Stronger,    healthier   Utters    having   that his mind alone can do; the things  more hair, more coldt and more bone '' which, at least In their present initial  have been the result whenever we add- j formative  or creative stage,   no  ma-  ed a suitable protein and ash supple- j chines as yet bave been developed to  ment to corn.    When we selected our J do and which can only be worked out  supplements wisely we also got cheap-; by  the man  up in  the headquarters  er  pigs.     At present  prices  for  pur-j-himself, personally, by the handiwork  chased  protein nnd ash supplements, i of his o.wn thought-  |    The more a human being develops    maomtbSog um.anny about her. es-  tue more aehcate, sensitive strong and ^    fa appeared to  be  ; efficient; the more spirit informed, once    ������,...    \    a     ^ ^ ^  i for all. the machines iu the basement       f to the consternation of ail, sha .  are.    As  ne  grows  tue  various sub- -    -    -'.._���������        .....*  i conscious  arrangements  for discriml-  meat meal and tankage are our, cheapest sources.  Above all things, excepting the food  supply only, an abundance of exercise  is most important   All classes of preg-   t. _._4..*....... i   .m ^ut.;N *%sv.������  uic u^siciiciii ui tsjtuci  cca.  During January,; 3047,. a vessel left  New Haven, Conn., on her maiden vdy-  _. l~..4.   ������.._   ������..._....   ..__.!..    L.......3    f.m TM  il������������-������,   U ���������c   11 us   uci t?������.   agaiu   UCU1U  \JX.       XIB  the followiug June, just before the  hour of sunset and after a severe  thunderstorm, the missing -ship was?  seeu sailing- up the river. The inhabitants, taking* their evening stroll, wera  overjoyed at her return, urtt the,mos6  observant of'���������'- them noticed that tbera' :  Lucky Thirteenth.  A woman who sets particular store  by tho thirteenth superstition surprised  her friends by ncceptlug an invitation  to a luncheon whoro there wero to be  thirteen guests.  "I will be late," she said, "for I shall  make it a point to be the thirteenth  person to enter tho room. That is a  funny thing about thirteen. Many accidents have happened to parties thirteen lu number, but investigation has  shown that whllo tho other twelve persons suffered more or less tho thirteenth person who joined tho company  always .escaped unharmed."��������� _ hlltulel-  phla Ledger.  The Tarnworth hog is a bacon  producer and with the Ybrlcshire Is  considered the beBt breed for that  purpose. These breeds are distln-  girished from the so called lard hoe  in that they are more prolific, better foragers and. It Is said, are less  susceptible tc -cholera and other  swine diseases. Bacon breeds are  tho result of methods of feedlng  and breeding. They grow rapidly  In size, but do oot lay on fat lllco  the lard types. Their large size.  with long and deep bodies, indicates  their bacon producing" ability nnd  capacity to easily carry largo Utters. The boar shown la a good  specimen of the Tarnworth.  DONT0.  Don't blntn* It on the bans when tho  egg record drops. A sudden chuiigo of  f������0d li good knockout drops.  Don't forget that you are mam-igor.  Whether a cun shoots straight depends  on the man behind tbo gun. Whether  ��������� hon lays nud pays depends ou the  ���������man behind thb ben.  Don't feed a certain grain boon une It  1������ plentiful nod cheap. Bneb fabe  economy neither works viltb lions nor  men.  Don't *x|i-0t wonders your first y������*������r  with   poultry,     you   may   meet   wuu  huiiiu luvuitiua,  um iUwjr   ������������������������������ U<Jt UI1IM.-.M  Cllr-rH*.  Twentloth Century Definition*.  A witty judge of tho municipal courl  ct Hcston iitoutfy d������.*<>iiir������wi unit *'n patriot was a man who refused to button  his wife's lingerie waist."  "A martyr," ho wcut on, "la ouo who  attempts and falls, whllo a horo trlee  and succeeds."  "Then whnt Is n cownrd?" asked a  curious byatnndor.  "Oh, a coward." replica the Judge. "1ft  u tuuti U'bo rc-muiiiM si-iJc' ''o������hc* won't  have to try."���������Youth'a Companion.  Not Unlikely.  "Wolli my boy," ������nld tho vlnllot to  Robby, "I suppose ������ouio day you expect to step Into your father's nhoes7"  "Oh, I suppose so," said Hobby  gloomily. ������������������! boon wearln' out '-vory.  thing else ho wears. Rlnco inotlioi  learned now to cut 'cm aown ior nut?'  ���������Harper's Weekly.  nant animals do well only wben abundant opportunity for exercise Is allowed. The general tone and vigor of the  mother ts reflected in the offspring.  The better the general health aud condition of the dam the stronger and  moro vigorous tho young. Range on  pasture Is perhaps the best of nil. Allow tlio sows to follow cattle for  nwhile, but bo sure to remove them  when they tend to become clumsy and  heavy. Scatter tho feed over the  ground, such ns shonf outs, soy bean  hay, etc., and lot tho sows gather IL  Feed on the sldo or tho field opposlto  tho sleeping bunlcs. Allow hay In  racks, tho eating at which is con-  duclvo to light exerclso. Shut tho sows  from tho houses in tho middle of tbo  duy ruthor thau allow them to huddle  up nnd snooze peaceably. Schemes to  induce exercise cost little, yet the returns are considerable.  U'ltrmth. dryness, ventilation iind  sunlight nro the essentials of an Ideal  hog house. Such conducive conditions  can bo secured with a Httlo forethought Good dry budding is needed  and to bo kept dry must ho changed  regularly.  Lnxntlvcness of tho bowels Is highly desirable, aa costlvenosa Is a men*  aco. J.-leuty of t-xorcLsi/ combined with  laxative feeds such ns tanlcngo, oilmen!, bran, alfalfa, hay, etc., will  largely solvo tho problem. Howfcvcr,  lt It does not a work beforo farrowing  nn emorgency remedy of an onnco of  epuoru salts por hundred pounds of hog  will help considerably.���������I'rofoasor J. M.  lUvvurd, Iowa Station.  I nating,   assimilating,   classifying   ma-  l   f-rlnl    fnv rjrjTrinvnf  _r������ rlOWpr. Ifcht MTld  beat to headquarters, all of which can  be turned on at will, grow* more masterful every year? They are found all  slaving away for blm. dimly, down In  tbe dark while he sleeps. Tbey hand  him up In his very dreams new and  strange powers to live and to kuow  with.���������Gerald. Stanley Lee In Atlantic  Magazine.  The German Empire.  The German empire was constituted  as at present Jan. 1,^1871.    After preliminary negotiations durlug tbe course  of the Franco* t'russian war the parliament of the north German confederation (with which linden. Hesse-Darin*  stadt, Bavaria and   Wurttemberg had  recently allied themselves) m an address dated   Dec  10,  1S70,  requested  King   William   of  ITussio   to   become  German  emperor.    All  the sovereign  princes of German states and the three  free and Uauseatic towns having joined in offering the Imperial crowns, tho  proclamation or William I. as emperor  was made at Versailles Jan. IU. 1871.  The first'relchstag was opened at Berlin March *J5, and the Imperial constitution   was  adopted   April  14,  1871.���������  1'hllndelphla Tress.  Not So Serious.  A doctor who had been summoned  hastily alighted from his carriage to  tlDd n woman awaiting hlni on the  doorstop, but without the anxious look  t\o expected In the circumstances. "1  understand," ho snld, "thnt yonr boy  has swallowedd a sovereign. Where  ls he?"  "Oh, sir," was tho reply, "I'm glad  to tell yon we mado a mistake! It  wasn't a sovereign; It was ouly a halfpenny 1"���������London Mall.  ������. - ,,. .  ._   A Good Excuse.  "Now. thon," demanded Ijuschman's  wife iho next morning, "what's your  excuse for coming home tn that con*  dltlon last night?"  "Well, to toll you tho troth, m' doar,"  be replied, "nono of tho hotels would  take mo ln.,,��������� IMilladolpliIa Press.  gradually faded away before their eyes  and entireley disappeared. We may be  assured tbat there were not: wanting  those who maintained that the vessei  in spirit had paid a last; visit to her '  port before resting for good on the  ocean bed. .'.        '..���������....:?. ... ti^,   ? :Y:  In the "Chronicles of the St. T-aw-  Tence," by Le Maine, it is recorded-bnt  on a certain day iu the year a phantom  ship is seen off Cap d'Kspoir, in Gospe  bay. Lights are seen aboard her, und  her decks are crowded with mini. By,  the footrof the bowsprit a man is conspicuously standing and facing toward  the shore, with a hidy clinging to his  arm. Gradually the lights go out nnd  : the vessel sinks. It Is said to be the  i ghost of the flagship of a fleet which  was sent out to reduce the French  forts, the vessel being lost with alt  bands.  To come to British waters, there are  numerous instances related In local  history of the visitations of ghostly,  vessels, the west of England, ns mights  bo expected, being most prolific in  these records, says a writer in Iho London Globe. Indeed, Cornwall boasts oC  n goblin ship probably unique iht  world over, as������ aim not only sull������ tli_  woter. but proceeds most unconcerne_  o good distance inland.  This is tho specter ship of rorthcurV  no. und In Robert Hunt's book on "Uo-  mnnces or tho West or England" a re're-  la ted the exprriences of a looal Inhabitant who'witnessed one of Her escapades. She is described as a black  squoro rigged single masted vessel,  {".omellmcs towing n small boat. No  crew uro ever seen; presumably they  nro down below. Tho personal narrative goes on to say:  "On camo the craft. It passed steadily through the breakers, glided np  over the Bonds, steadily pursued Its  course on the dry land as If it hnd boon  water. On It went to Bodelon, whore  St Lcvon formerly dwelt. It thon  steered its course to Ch.vgwiden and  thom vanished llko wmoke."  Informal.on Wwiit-jd.  Top, I want to ask you something."  .������*.,.  ��������� 4    ..  "fi**. *h4������i������ n-.ni>*-! i",li**M*-.������������ r������n with  fl"**  w-edi*?''���������ilultimor* Auiui'Iean.  A Big Dllforencu.  "How rejoiced tno uutgnta of olo  wero when tlioy got their lady's glovor  "And how moan thoy look now  whon their girl gives them tho rait  ten!"���������UnU1 moro American.  The Horn*'* Utablw.  A  tstiiblo where manure will freeze  during tbo night a no placo to keep a  huiri**.   Kvoi* lb*"* *-l������*blo clean and dry  or you may hnvo thrush attacking the  Never a Near Relative.  ���������Tn, who la Mrs. OrnudyV"  "She Is nn old lady who Is alwnyl  itupiioRed   to   belong   to   uomo   otben  man's   f������miiy.*'~4JbienBO   Uccora-Uo*****  n id.  An Awful Blow.  ������������������yea." snld Slithers. "Mlckley was  my dearest friend, and I shall nover  cease to mourn hla death. It was a  tcrrlblo blow, from which I shall never  recover."  "Why���������I thought 3*ou married his  widow V" said .ilinpsoii.  "Whyr-cr~ahcml���������why, yes, I did:  bnt"-  , Hero Slithers subsided into a deep  and uncomfortable sllentfo.���������Harper-**  Weekly.  ������*'"������" ���������"���������"i ���������WHM������f**w ��������������������������������������������� t������   ������������������������'   "���������*���������  Poor Comedy.  "Why did sho out yonr'  ������-*���������*������ M   . ���������_     |l|,.     mimimm     r*������ .V. mX *-*   If  ������������������-low's that?"  *"_h- made the statement "it a pnrtj"  Iftnt night thnt she wiih lu.n'v umm  of age, and I snld. 'Ve**, ���������  i ���������> ������������������>   ���������'������������������ir  Hla Mlst������l*������.  Fogg--! understand Dob-son nmirle* 1 fifteen yt*ar������ ago.���������"���������iiuh-i. >.  ^1^1,     w.1,1..^ t* f. m X, f.^0"\m,  ���������flr|     *...     4.4*.   1,   l*4>������f'     l������  hum.  ill, x,     .  ���������Uln^ilrr  iii-tntf*!  Ar  wi>l   inn-  rterufor.'l    ton    hnt  It   nrovoi*  to  h������ ���������  UulKundoiMliiii-Jiiiu.���������i>v>������������tuu T^iiUCrlpL  I   No nr������t**etln_  'AhIIIi'm urn  i������ier������ im vruuwhCw.���������-Juvwiiiil,  \* :.������.  \.  m������  mmam  9______5__*"  mmm  "__��������� V.";  iVh-  a- ���������-  -���������iv r   i ���������     ������-* *��������������������������������� ���������*.-*���������/*  .JL. ^j../->:^_-������..r.-_--i  THE   CBESTON    EEVlEWi    CRjBSTOS_ ,fii.,C..  -���������, .ii-m73  ron  QP  P oblished every  Friday at Oreston, British Colnmbia, by the Creston Print-  ss g s__ Fab irbing Company, Ltd.  The Beview is tbe acknowledged advertising medium Of the Creston valley, cir  cnlating in nearly one thousand homeB throughout, the Oreston district and  reaching ont in a broad manner into other communities. Onr advertising rates  are based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary Printers' Board of Trade.  Land purchase and land lease notices, $? for statutory.' time. Display advertisements, $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issne  and g cents per line iu succeeding weeks. Subscript inn rates $"3 00 a year in  advance. Onr columns are open to contribuiioi's deiiling in matters of local interest and the welfare of the community. dntributiouB mu6t be brief und  ssgned.  Mrs. B. Lamberton  Editor aud MaungerrS  Practicsal Aid  /"> ��������� jl_ TT    __    1  creston  xioiel  The Leading  Hotel of the  Frnit    Belt  rarmers  The Department of Agriculture has taken prompt steps lo  make available to the fruit grower; and farmers of the province the benefits which are provided under the legislation of  last session.  Not only has pi ������vision been   made to permit a loan to cooperative companies of eighty  per cent of their total capital,  but the department has gone further  and   has   arranged   to  place at their disqosal the  services  of an   expert,   who will  give them the benefit   of his long experience, 'l he appointment ot R.  Robertson, of Vancouver,will give general satisfaction,  because he is   generally   credited  not only with the  expert knowledge, but with the organizing ability as well, to  make a saccess of any marketing proposition.  This bill, the provisions of   which do uot  seem to   be gen=  erallyknown, is so drastic as to meat   a rather extended ie.  terence. Under it twenty-five or more persons in any locality  may organize for the following purposes:  (a) The manufacture of cheese, butter,^[cider, jams, pickles  and spras mixtures, and the drying and canning of fruit and  vegetables;  ?&  OV will make no mistake  when you get off the train  if'you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  n_*V������ oineiuiii.i>i  w  m.M  I       __������       WW _^ _ ._  i* .Uo moran  Prop*  THE "CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000  XV JL XJ*' _. fi J__-   JL V^ JL*. JUf J- JLX. VJ������  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting* small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at  the following* rates:  S3 and under     3 cents  Over     5 and not exceeding JSl������     _      tf  *'      IO       " ���������* 30 IO     *'**  ������������     30       " ������** 50 15     "  uiTTViTT'r'T'AXTr'xrc    ATjr>niAT_  should bo made by means cf our SPECIAL FOREIQN DRAFTS and MONEY  ORDERS.    Issued without delay at reason-hl* rates.  Percy  B. Fowler, Manager Creston Branch  /_  Within a few days we will put  into stock, the best line of .writing  -Daoer and stationery that has ever  ax. ���������������*  been shown in Creston. Beautiful  Bond and Linen papers  that  will  please the most particular.  See our window display.  x Creston Dfag&Book  Phone 51  Ue  H;  _  _���������  w  is  in  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  Ail class of TURNOUTS supplied at abort notice.    The lateBt styles of ������  iti   nTTTTEFS aud BT7GGIES for sale and hire.    Saddle and pack  horses a Is  t_r                                                                                                                   ���������                               ��������� a1  $.                                                        Speciality. ������  r_    Feed for sale        Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Co.       Horses for sale ������_  tij oft  r_>   I am prepared to fill ail orders, both by wire and mail, and sheet all trains ������?  Si   nt auy hour t,f the day or night.    Commercial men and landseekers, will _>  f|                  -                            receive prompt attention f$|  I   LJ    C:    (Vil^i  >p_i+>i    L*>w.^*r% g  fi Phone 56  %^:-&������������3:-3*r������@S*a*S^S3^^^  B W*>  Bo_ 14     ������?  (b) The keeping of swine, and the manufacture and sale  the various p rcdncts resulting therefrom;  (c) The dealing iri poultry, eggs, milk, cream,and all other  agricultural and horticultural products and iu supplies required by patrons of such association;  (d) Tbe dealing in flour, feed, fertilizers, spray materials  and their accessories and in foods of all kin is for farm stock,  for the purpose of supplying the same to patrons of this associations;  (e) The erection and maintenance of a cold-storage plant  and the sale of ice; aud  (f) For any purpose which may be approved by the Minis-  eter, having for its object the development of agriculture.  Provision is made that dairy associations may, by oomply"  ing with certain conditions,  come under the operation of the  act.  The conditions with which any such associ-iions must comply are set out as follows:  (a, That the district within which it proposes to operate is  competent and fitted for its support, and that there is a reason  able prospect of the same being a financial success:  [b]That the association has acquired the necessary plant  and buildings for the carrying-on of its operations, or a site  upon which to erect such nessary plant and buildings:  Jc] That the acquisition of such plant and buildings or  that the plass ofthe buildings and the nature and cost of the  proposed plant and equipment have been approved by the  Minister; and shall transmit to the Minister a statement verified by the statutory declaration of its president, secretary,  or manager, showing:  (d j Number of members of the company or association:  [e] The amount of stock paid up, which must be at least  twenty per cent of the subscribed capital;  [f] All mortagesor charges (if any) standing against the  property of the association:  [gj Such other information iti its possession or pow������*r as  may be called for by any regulations framed under this Actor which the Minister may require.  The loan in each case is to be for twenty years, with in  terest   at   4 per cent and with provision for a sinking fuud to  li  I  I  l  G  S   T-mpism  SYNOPSIS OF GOAL MINIG BEGU-  L A TIONS  Ooal mining rights of the Dominion,  Animal   Fertilizers  permit of its repayment at the end of that period.  Under, such an act it is evident that great  care  must be  3 ti .     _ 1 . .  ^���������  X.U0.    ������_������-1_-������- ~i'in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  exercised to prevent abuse almost as great as the  neglect of (  the  Yukon Territory,   che North west  i  Territories aad iu a portion of the Pro=  vince of British Colnmbia, may be leased  for  a   term  of  twenty-one    years   at  an annual  rental of $i an  acre.   Not  more than 2,500 acres **vill be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease mustbe made  by the applicaut iu person to tho Agent  or Sub-Agent of the distriot in which  the rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed tarritory the land must  lie described by sections, or logal suh-  d'.vif-oiis of sections, and in nusnrvoycd  territory tho tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himsblf.  Each application must be ncoompauied  by a fee of $5 which will bo refunded if  tho rights applied for nro not available  but not otherwise. A royalty shall bo  paid on tbo morchiuitablo output of the  mine at, thn ruH* of llvo cents por ton.  Tho portion oporutitig tho miuo shall  furnish tho Agent with B.voin roturns  ncoounting for the (ull quantity of merchantable ooal mined nnd pav the royalty '.lu-rnm. If thn ooal miuing rights  nro not being oporatod, s oh roturns  uhould bo I'umhibud ub !e������iHl om'v* '���������- j������hh'  Tho loin-m will Includo tlio coal mining rigbts only, but tho Ighsoo mny bo  permitted to purohimo whatovor avail-  ab'o surface rights may bo ooiiHidurod  necessary for tbo working of tbo niino  at the into of $10 an acre.  i-'or lull information application should  bo mado to tho Woorctary of tbo Dopart-  mont of tho Interior, Ottawa,' or to any'  Agent or Bnb-Agour, of Dominion Lauds  W. W. 00RY,  Dopuly Minim or of tho Interior  N. 13.���������Unnnthori/.ool publication of  thin advortlK'mpsit  r.'ill not bo pnid f>ir_  m  I  which complant has hitherto been made. An irresponsidle  minister or executive might involve the province in a financial tangle that would do much to defeat the good objects  which the statute seeks to obtain.  While we regard this as improbable, yet the Lieut.-Gov-  ernor-in-Council will doubtless seek the advice of advisory  boards in each district, whose duty it will be to see that the  department is properly advised with respect to local applications. We understand Mr. Robertson will hold a number of  meetings in the Okanagan Valley, and doubtless the conferences then held will result in some defininte plans being  evolved. We regard the whole movement as a significant forward step iu the development of the co-operative spirit in  Britisn Columbia. By it the people of the whole province,  through their representatives, come to the aid of the one industry which has received the least aid from ihe fortunate cir.  cunistances iu which our people today are fouud.-Fruit aud  Farm.  MONET  Sow Burns' fertilizers  And Reap Dollars.  The statistics on origins, obtained by the last census, and  made public a few weeks ago, contain much striking inform-  4_ ** /T^*l /       . 1 -f ��������� **' - ��������� **       *���������"-**��������� * *���������  alien. Ilius, ui me ioreign-born population ot Canada, tne  province of Ontario has 25. s> per cent of the Bulgarians, 9 9  per cent of the Chinese, 6$.6 per ceut of t'le Dutch, 36.2 per  cent ofthe Greeks, 46.8 per cent of the Italians, 31.7 per cent  Poles and 35.6 per cent of tb.2 Jews. The Negroes and Indians  were the only races showing a decline in numbers during the  the census period. The German population in Ontario declined  by *0*999-but the increase for the Dominion amounted to 83,  219.  ApMin. while the British inor*a������iS'0 for Oufboo wns onlv  mm* 4 0Sm0 j  eight per cent, aaulhu Frcuch -ji percent, the Jewish increase  was at the rate of 11 per tent, the French, 27 per cent and the  I j ���������*-*'"���������'  Call or send for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  m  P. BURNS & Go.  Llmlt-d  CRESTON       -      B.C.  Head Office  CALGARY; VANCOUVER;    EDMONTON  PEDIGREE STRAWBERRY  Hardy Noitlii'in grown stock  of tho  following vni'lotleH*  Senator Dun lap; Parsons  Beauty; (lien Mary; War-  field; Clyde; Clarks Seedling and Helen Davis.  Prion $10.00 \wv thouhivnd, ExpioHH  chai'goH prnpaiil.  ('.���������lalugt'c with  Hill   '"ullurt'ul diivn^  tiomi nmil(-<l on roquoHt.  Monrad   Wigen  WYNNDEL     -     B. 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Elnora determines to raise  money by gathering forest specimens.  The Stiltons buy clothes for her.  Binora. getting her books cheaply, finds  a market with the Bird Woman for butterflies, Indian relics, eto.  Mrs. Comstock's devotion to her husband's memory, will not permit her to  soll^ trees or have oil wells dug on her  Sand. : Ttis Sintons ferine Elnora new  clothing.  Klnora is delighted with her outfit. Her  mother says she fnust pay for it. Wesley and Margaret Sinton discuss tho girl's  ___!?&.  Pets Corson, a Limberlost frequenter^  warns Elnera not to visit the Llmberlos*  at n'ght or go far into the swamp at any  time.   '-..  Billy, a bright but untrained little chap,  ���������with a shiftless father and hungry brother and Bister, gets Elnora's luncheon.  .Wesley, troubled by Corson's warning, investigates.  CHAPTER XXII.  Wherein Philip Ammon Is Scorned by  Edith Carr, and Hart Henderson Appears on the Scone.  IH 1 closed side-veranda of the Lake  o'BjyB Shore clubhouse waiting whils  a*"! piiilip Ammon gave some important orders. In a few days she  wouid sail for Paris to seieei a wonderful trc-ssean she had planned for  her marriage in October. Tonight Philip was giving a club dance in her honor. As. sbe stood waiting she smiled  softly. She was robed in n French creation suggested and designed by Philip.  He had said to her, "I know a competent judge who says the distinctive  .feature of June is her exquisite big  night moths.. I want you to be the very  essence of June that night, as yon will  be the embodiment of love. Be a moth.  The most beautiful of them is either  the pale green Luna or the yellow 1m-  ngrlnlia.    Re tnv Q2QO!i ittdy O? Sly gold  Empress."  Now she stood, taii, iitue, of grace inborn, ber dark waving hair high piled  and.crossed by gold bands studded  with amethysts and at one side an enameled lavender orchid rimmed witb  diamonds, which flashed and sparkled.  The soft yellow robe of lightest weight  velvet fitted ber form perfectly, while  from each shoulder fell a great velvet  wing lined with lavender and flecked  with embroidery of that color in imitation of the moth. Philip had said  that her gloves, fan nnd slippers must  be lavender because tbe feet of the  moth were that color. These accessories had been made to order and embroidered with gold. In her heart she  thought of herself as "Imperlalis Be-  galis." as tbe Yellow Empress. But in  all the fragmentary thought- crossing  her brain the one that never came was  that of Philip Ammon as the emperor,  Philip the king of ber heart, and at  least ber equal Ih all things.  "Ah, my luckl"-cried a voice behind  her.  Edith Carr turned nnd smiled exquisitely.  "I thought you were on tho ocean."  she said.  "I only reached the dock," replied tlio  man, "whon Mind n letter tlint recalled me by the first llmltod. Edith, you  aro the most superb woman lu every  respect that I have ovor seen. Ono  gllmnso Is worth tlio wholo Journey."  , Ho hnli' closed hla oven and smilingly  Blared RtralRht nt hor. Ho wns tailor  than Rlie. a lean nmn, with close crop-  pod light Imlr. steel gray oyes, u  uqunro chin ami "man of the world"  ���������wrlttcu all over Iilm.  Mdlth Ciirr fiiiHhotl. "1 thought you  realized whon you went away that you  woro to Btop that. Hart Henderson."  nho cried.  "I tlld. but tills letter of which I It'll  you called mo hack to ntitrt It all over  ngaln.    One  of  your   moHir   inllmale  chnm������ wrote* lt.   It contained the har*  nrd that possibly I had given up too  , soon.   It said that in a lit of potulnnco  you had broken yonr engagement with  [Ammon twice thin winter, and ho had  k'omo back  hecnuso In; knew you did  luoL really mean It.    1 have come l-aoli  to  haunt yon   until  lhe  ceremony   In  over.   Then 1 go, not boforo.    1 was  Insnuo!"  Tho gh-l laughed merrily. "Not half  mo liiHiuio an you arc now. Hurt!" une  cried gayly. "Vou know that Philip  Amnion has been devoted to nie all  my llfo. Well, now I'll tell you uomo-  thing elHCi, heenuNP 1IHm IooIch Herloua  for you. I love Iilm wuh nil my iienrL.  Not while he liven hIiiiII he itnow It,  nud 1 will lauch ar mm ir yon u������n mm,  but the fact iciiiiiIuh. I intend to mar-  vy hhu. hut no doubt 1 uiiu 11 lcu.se Dim  constantly. It's good for a man to be  uncertain. If you could see Ammoa's  face at the quarterly return of bis ring  you would understand the fun of lt.  My little fits of temper don't count  ?with Phil. He's been raised on them."  "Just the-same I'll, wait-and see it  an accomplished fact." said Henderson. "And. Edith? because I love you  with tbe sort of love It Is worth a woman's while to Inspire I want your  happiness before my own. Go careful  from now on. Don't strain that patched engagement of yours any further.  I've known Philip oil my life. He loves  you, yes! He Is long suffering for you.  yesl But men know he has a limit  When the limit Is reached he will stand  ���������fast, and all the powers can't move  him. You don't seem to think it, but  you can go too far."  "Is tbat all?" laughed Edith Carr sar  castically.  "No, there ia one thing more," said  Henderson. "Here 01* hereafter, now  ,and so long as 1 breathe, 1 am your  slave. If you need me it Is not necessary to speak; only give me the faint  est sign. All your life I will be somewhere near you waiting for it."  At tbat Instant Philip Ammon entered. He was in full evening dress and  exceptionally handsome. "Everything  is ready," he said. "They are waiting  for us to lead the march.    It is formed."  Edith Carr smiled ehtrancingly. "Do  you think I am ready?"  Philip looked -hat h& thought iand  offered his arm. Edith Carr nodded  carelessly  to   Henderson  and  moved  away.;'".0?"' ";"*;^"Y'--���������'  The last half of the program was well  under way. Never had girl been more  complimented and petted in the same  length of time thau Edith Carr. A  partner^ dance was called and the  floor was filled with couples waiting  for the music: Ammon stood whispering ? delightful things to Edith facing  him. Prom out of the night, in at the  wide front entrance to the pavilion  there swept in slow, wavering flight 0  great yellow mctb and nattered toward  the center cluster of glaring electric  lights.  "Why, isn't that?"��������� she began excitedly.  "It's  a  yellow   Emperor!    This  _*  "The last one  fatel" cried Ammon.  Elnora  needs   for  must have it!   Eseuse me!"  He ran toward the light "Hatal  Handkerchiefsi '- Fansi Anything!" ft������  panted. "Every one hold up something and stop that!"  "He wants it for Edith!" ran in a  murmur around the hall. The girl's  face flushed, while she bit her lip in  vexation. Instantly every one began  holding up something to keep the moth  from flying back, into the night One  fan held straight?before it served, and  the moth gently settled on it.  "Hold steady!" cried Ammon. "Don't  move for your life!" He rushed toward the moth, made a quick sweep  and held it up between his fingers.  "Al? right!" ha called? "Thanks, every one! Excuse me a minute."  He ran to the office.  "An ounce of gasoline, quick!" he  ordered. "A cigar box, a cork .and the  glue DOttle."  He poured some glue Into the bottom of the box, set the cork In it firmly, dashed the gasoline over the moth  repeatedly, pinned It to the cork, poured the remainder of the liquid over It,,  closed the box and fastened it Then  he laid a bill on tbe counter.  "Pack that box wltb cork around It  in one twice Its size, tie securely and  express' to this address at once.  "Keep the change," called Ammon as  he ran back to the pavilion.  Edith Can* stood where he left-her,  thinking rapidly. She hoard the murmur that went up when Philip started  to capture the exquisite golden creature she was Impersonating. She saw  the flash of surprlso tbat went over  unrestrained faces when he ran from  tho room without even showing It to  her.  He had spoken of a country girl ho  had met who played tho viollu wonder  fully, and at times he.had showed n  disposition to exalt hor as n standard  of womanhood. Miss Carr had Ignored  what he said and talked of something  else. It was that girl who was collect  Ing moths! No doubt sho was the  competent Judge who was responsible  for tho yellow costume Philip had devised. Had Edith Carr been lu her  room sho would havo torn off tho  dress at tho thought.  Being In 11 circle of her best friends,  which to hor meant her keenest rivals  and hardest critics, she {-row rigid  with anger. Her breath hurt hor paining cheat. No ono thought to speak  to the uiuslclnim, and, -seeing tho floor  tilled, they began tho wall/..  .11,111111    ^111 1     '.il"'     ���������������.'���������,)'     >������ilii������   t������R   nn������j  stood alone, 'hie Idolized only daughter of tho Carr family hoped that Blio  would drop dead from mortification,  but nothing huppeucd. She was too  perverse to step aside Inughlngly and  say that sho wub waiting for Philip.  Thon camo Tom Levering dancing  with Polly Ammon. Being In tho  HcaluH with tho jYin 111 on family, Tom  Ht'iuited trouble from afar, ho he whispered to Polly, "Edith Ib utamllng In  the mlcUlloor tho tloor, aud who's awful  mad about fioinothlng,"  .Thoy hurried 10 Edith. /  "Como. dear," nnlfl Polly. "Wo nre  going lo wall with ypu until Phil gets  back. Let'tH go iov/ix drink. I 11111 m  iIiIikIv!" .  "My hetrolhed loft mo hero," Edith  mi Id.    "Here  I   Hlmll 'remain  until  he  tcium.s  101 ���������������������������ine,  11 mi  tli���������u���������iio  wiii  bo  1 my betrothed no loncreri"  l'olly grasped Edith's arm.  "Oh. Edith!" she implored. "Don't  'nuke a scene here, aud toiught. He  '.���������an explain! It's only a breath since 1  saw him go out. I thought he had returned.7?  "Be has beougone just long enough  to show every baa of? his guests that  he will leave me standi-^ alone* like a  neglected fool, for "any passing whim  of his. Explain! His explanation  would sound well! Do .you know for  who'ni he caught that moth? It is being -sent to a girl'he flirted with all last  summer." Y  Speech unloosed the fountain; She  stripped off her gloves to free he?  hands. At that iustantr the dancer.-  parted to admit Philip. Ihstiuctivel*.  they stopped as they approached and  wilb wondering faces walled in Edit',  and Philip. Polly and Tom.  "Mighty' good of you to wait!" crier.)  Ammon. his face beaming with-delight  over his success In capturlng.-tbe yellow Emperor. "I thought when I heard  the inuxk* you were going on."  "How did yon think I was going  on?" demanded Edith Carr in frigid  tones.  "1 thought you would step aside and  wait, a few seconds for me or dance  Willi Henderson. It was most important to have that moth. It just completes a valuable collection for a person who needs the money.   Come!"  lie held out his arms. ?���������_ '  "I 'siep aside' for no one!" stormed  Edith Carr. "I await ho other girl's  pleasure! You may 'complete the collection* With that!"  She drew her engagement ring rfrora  her finger and reached to place it in  one of Philip's outstretched hands.  Ammon saw and drew back. Instantly Edith dropped the ring. As it fell,  almost instinctively Philip caught it in  air.  "Edith, for the love of mercy, wait  until lean explain:" he begged. "Hut  on your ring aud let me tell you bow  it is."  "Never!   Your conduct-is infamous!"  "Come to think of it," said Ammon  deliberately, "it.is infamous to cut a  girl who has danced all her life out of  a few measures of a waltz. As for  asking forgiveness for so. black a sin  as picking up a moth and starting it to  a friend who lives by collecting them  I don't see how 1 could. I have net  been gone three minutes by ihe clock,  Edith. Put on your ring and finish the  dance like a dear girl."'  He thrust the glittering ruby into her  fingers and again held out his-arms.  ���������sne Mueerea.-    -wno wants huri?td?rt*-  turn?   If that ring is ������_rust upon*rhe  __:  ���������swag;  S_R9  THE   HOME  dr  THE  TRANSIENT  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROO MS  THE BEST AND MOST  POPULAR  HOTEL. IN.'  THE KOOTENAYS  Run oh strictly up-to-date  lines. Unefcc*elled servicfe in  al'l departments^ Kitchen  staff (including cook) all  white ladies. Every comfort  and attention given to guests  The bar   is supplied -with  *m.1m.    it.  \jxiiy ---  tne best ^-*-*=������*^ ������*  uiatsx*. vi  _rS������������������-Is  Porters Meet Trains  A, HE!RON,  HB_____3*  MANAGER  "I accept your decision In the presence  .. ���������  of these witnesses.'*  again I: shall fling it into the lake. Signal the musicians? to begin and take  this dance, with me."  Henderson put. the ring into his.pocket and began the dance. He could feel  the muscular spasms of the gin in his  arms, her face was cold and. hard, but  ber breath burned with the scorch of  fever. She finished the dance and all  others, taking Phil's numbers . with  Henderson, who had arrived too late to  arrange a program. She left with the  others, merely inclining her head as  PROFESSIONALS  (JMUJ  R. STEWART  Real Estate. Loans and General Brokerage  Special   represeneative,   Tha   Nati������na  Realty Company  She dropped the  ring,  and it  rolled-  como jHarnrir������_ ffnm  ���������f-h���������rin       fJ4n->r1*������,.o^.������r  followed its shining course and caught  it before it was lost?  "You really mean it?" demanded Ammon in a voice as cold as hers ever bad  been.  "Ton know I mean iti" cried Edith  Carr.  "I accept your decision in the presence of these witnesses," said Philip  Ammon.  "Where Is tny father?" he asked of  those around them. The elder Ammon,  with a distressed face, hurried io him.  "Father, take my place," said Philip.  "Excuse me io nay guests. Ask all my  friends to forgive me. E am going out;  for a time."  He turneu and Wulkeu xroxn the pa  vilion. As he went Hart Henderson  rushed to Edith Carr and forced tho  ring into her fingers. "Edith, quick!  Come, quick!" he implored. "There'a  just time to catch him. If you let him  go that way he never will return ln  this world. Remember what 1 told  you."  "Great prophet, aren't you. Hart?"  she passed Amnion's father taking his  place, and entered the big touring car  for which Henderson had telephoned.  She sank limply into a seat and  moaned softly.  "Shall I drive awhile In the night  air?" asked Henderson.  She nodded. Henderson instructed  the chauffeur.. : .?  She raised her head In.a few seconds.  ���������"Hart, I'm going to pieces," she said.  ���������"Won't you put your arm around me  a little while?"  '������������������'������������������ Henderson' gathered her into his  arms'.and her head fell on. his should  der?   "Closer!" she cried?  Dawn was streaking the east when  he spoke to her. .  "Edith, it is growing light"  "Take me home." she said.  Henderson helped her up the steps  end rang the bell.  "Miss Carr- is ill," he said to the  footman. 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The  fage boy was still waiting.  Be ofi.  The boy held out a'silver salver with  a card bn ft.    Inspector    Heriot    of  S_.r.+lo'^.irl    V..J  The frown on the manager's facs  deepened, he strode out of the ro^m  closing the door behind him^ I'll see  Mr. Heriot in my private omce.  The inspector v xs a young man  with a fresh complexion, pale blue  eyes, brown  Tie��������� he beekca^d to the "manager.,  Tbe three men talked together for a  few seconds. Francks was ������till  standing at tho bedside, pale, motion-  less, looking like a figure carved out  of stone. His eyes were fixed on his  wife's faoe. They were absolutely  devoid of expression.  Suddenly he started as if galvanised  to life, as some words drifted across  tfie room to him from the little group  03 the window. Ho broke into a  harsh peal of laughter.  What's that you're saying? You  think that I���������that I am responsible���������  that I tried to kill my wife!  Doctor Maltland laid his band o_  Francks' arm. Calm yourself, sir.  He hesitated as if uncertain how to  proceed. If you'U come into the next  room, I'd like to pt-t a few questions  to you.  Francks backed away from him. I've  told you everything. I've told you all  I know. She's not dead, she's not  going to die. You can save (her, you  must, must save her life.    I���������  Sowers was bending over the bed.  Ho turned tb Francks with upraised  hand.    Hush���������sh3 Ib dead.  CHAPTER XV  Jimmy ura_ck9 reimained staring at  the white motionless figure of his wife  on the bed. He heard the doctor's,  voice, it seemed to come as if from  a great distance. The words conveyed no meaning to Ills brain. He  moistened !hlc lips and repeat-o I them  aloud:  She is dead���������  One of the man stepped forward  and covered up tbe taee. Then  Francks darted forward with a sharp  cry, but Sowers stopped him.  Hush, it's too late, he said gently,  she is no longer here.  Kindly but firmly he led him from  _-_i^l^**^\������^  are under double strain������������������  strength to live aud learn and  strength to grow���������they must  have nourishment���������not overloaded stomachs, but concentrated nutriment to aid  nature during the growing  period.  The wonderful record of  Scott's Emulsion as a bodybuilder has been proved for  three generationsilt strengthens  the bones, muscles and sinews;  builds tho body, creates energy  en*? vigor; prevents and relieves  colds and fortifies tlie lungs.  Millions of delicate and undeveloped children have been  made strong, sturdy and hearty  with Scott's Emulsion*  Insist on having SCOTT'S.  Scott & Bowae, Toronto, Ou'aiio  12-S3  FANATIC   FOLLOWERS   GO   MAD  m  so   1  hair cropped short and ln- <B"������ *<**m' Poured some whisky into a  clined to curl, parted in the middle.       glass, and gave *t him to ������rink.      JSo  I received a call from your hotel a "^l was -spoken;   But presently the  few minutes ago.      There was some  mistake In the message, perhaps.      I  couldn't  Quite  understand  what  you  ���������wanted.  The manager stroked his beard  thoughtfully. I hadn't given any instructions, but perhaps lt_ as well  that you are here, Mr. Heriot. One  of our guests, .������. lady who only ar-,  rived with her husband today, has  suddenly been taken seriously ill���������  ppisbn���������of course the poison was administered by mistake, but���������  Inspector Heriot inclined his head.  But you would like me to wait a little  while?  "Yes. You'll find some illustrated  papers there *-%-& which to amuse  yourself.     He was about to leave the  to   the   floor,   the  liquid   split  chucked lt into the fireplace.  The other three men exchanged  glances, Maltland was about to put  another question to    Francks    when          . the manager stopped him.      The three  other men Joined Sowers and Francks.  men conversed ln under tones for a  The-manager   looked    the   bed-room  ]iltle ^-.j^ then stepping to tho tolc-  behind him and put the key into j j>r_oae# V-lnhardt took up the reeeiv-  his'-pocket. | er and asked to be connected with his  What have  you    done    that    for?)0{fiCe  lmr\fVTVy  Francks asked  He looked from Sowers to Velnhardt  the manager, from Velnhardt to Doctor Maltland, trying to read their  face3. A look of horror **s*a3 gradually creeping over bi_ own face.  I can't realise it. he muttered. You  don't believe���������It's "impossible you can j gregsive.  suspect that 1 knowingly gave my wife      I'm  exceedingly sorry to  inoonven-  poison? ��������� ie_oe you. Mr.    Francks,    Velnhardt  He passed his hands    across    his j said politely, but I'm sure you'll agree  eves, and once   again   an   unnatural j that the step I'm takiug is necessary  Am I speaking to Inspector Heriot?  Will you kludly come up to number  oe \-enty-two.    Thanhs.  What are yoii going to do?  It was Jimmy Fiancks who spoke.  His hesitation, Ills langour disappeared, his manner became suddenly sg-  lay-h. escE*>ed hi* lips ���������  We want you to   tell  UB  exactly  ���������_~. when he hesitated.     Ther:- are  what happened,  Doctor  Sowers said  two physicians wfth the lady now. I'd! quietly.    I must make a report, the  better go back and see what they say.  If I telephone down you are to come  up to room s.eVenty-two. Whatever  happens, we don't want anyone in the  hotel to have the faintest suspicion.  ������f course not, Inspector Heriot  replied quietly.  When the manager entered Francks*  sitting-room again, he found Sowers  bending over the medicine case on the  ���������table carefully examining each bottle  It contained. He dosed the door before speaking.  Well���������any improvement? Is the  lady better?  Sowers shook his head. No, I'm  afraid it's a hopeless case.  Of course, It was an accident, the  manager said quietly.  Sowers straightened himself. I hope  ���������bo, ho lowered hla voice, but I'm afraid j  Mr.   Velnhardt,  that  there  may  complications.  The manager shrugged hla shoulders. Scotland *ard was ?ung up,  hut without my authority. Inspector  Heriot- waiting below In my office.  Surely, it won't be necessary���������  I hope not, Doctor Sewers said slowly . But If the unfortunate young lady  does not recover, and if her husband  hasn't a better explanation than that  which he has just given, It may bo necessary for us to seo tho Inspector.  Tho voice of Doctor Maltland in the  inner room arrested the attention of  both men. In an instant they had  joined him, hut as th<������y entered, he  held up hia hand with a warning _es-  ture��������� ���������   ..  He drovo Sowers aside.    I'm afraid  thore's no hope.  WLOS  CUTICIM  SHI If���������A AC  And occasional   light dressings  V^UL't-Uil 14  ������f \*. ,. * mm. . mmm* X      mm t m)\       ���������"���������*-*���������������,  W m m a *  ������ - *������- ���������������* i. ���������������****       |.  vent it when all else fails.  ���������I" .11, .-a !',-.au r.!i;1 ������'*���������.": '"���������'������������������' a "I*- *"',l' :" :...���������;.*.���������..������  Ihownrlil. A llhrr������l a*mi������l<������ ol ���������"���������^..���������jjlJiT isa'pafjo  lirKiWiat. fill Hi* rarti ainl ''^..f.lM f.'f il.n ikln nml  *nal(i. -"��������������� iKint.fr*-> naXirH* l-irtur Pout A I'hrio.  r-Jir-t   T>4-rit "..*'....      W.   N.   U.   9-1C  coroner will have to be informed. I  daresay it seems very brutal to worry  vou at such a moment, but I'm afraid  under the clrcurastanecs It's access-  Under tie circumstances��������� Franoks  seised upon the words as if they had  some subtle meaning for him.  The manager pointed to a chair.  FerhaDs you had better sit down. Mr.  Francks. Try amd calm yourself an_  tell as all that happened, from the  moment of your arrival here this afternoon. ^ ax-   -r-      TT  Francks obeyed and sat _ow_. i*8  lay back in ths chair with his eyes  closed as if in deep thought. It's  _tr-nge7"he whispered after a while,  I don't seem to be able to remember  ���������what happened.  Try, Sowers said kindly. You intend-  be ed to give your wife some medicine,  she was feeling unwell, perhar-s.  Francks opened his eyes and looked  at tho table on which the medicine  case still lay. Yes, of course. She  was feeling rather faint and said she  would, lie down. I said I would mix  hor some sal-volatile, so I unpacked  my suit case and took out that medicine chest. As far as I can remember, X had rjust prepared a draught  when a frlned called to see me. A  little later a lady called. I suppose  I forgot all about it until they'd gone.  Then I took the draught and gave it  to my wife. Soon afterwards she  was taken suddenly ill���������you. know tihe  rcR _  Sowers stood at the table and choosing one of th<*������ bottles from the medicine case held it up. Is that the one  you used?  Francks Bhoolc bis head. No.  Are you sure? Sowers Insisted, giving It to him. Francks took tho stopper ourt, smelt it, then held it up to  the light. I thought I���������yes, of courBe  this was tho bottle sal-volatile, tho  only one in t" <e case.  Sowers took the bottlo from him,  replaced tho stopper, then laid it in  the caso again.    You didn't put anything else in the draught?  Of course not.  Tho manager said something to Doctor Sowers under his broath, and tlie  latter nodded. Somo liquid has been  spilt hero on tho tabic and horo on  the floor. Can you account for that?  Francks rose from his chair and  moved unsteadily towards tho tablo.  Oh, yo.i, 1 had forgotten, ho stammered. Just as I was going to take tho  draught into the bodroom I upset the  bottle.  Not the bottlo of sal-volatile, tho  ���������manager ������aid quickly, It's* still nearly  full.  *������������������-,. m.m.m.        ������.������������ mm       mm        m**\r\mm?       ������l|lA*t*������nA %J M I I  through the open window camo tho  sound of Tiftlgany niualc. Tho band  was playing a gay, wild tuno now.  I roally can't remember for a moment, Francks euld Irritably. Good  Qod, It Isn't fair, it isn't rl_ht, crous-  e-tcauilnliif" mo at a moment like this.  Velnhardt was atandlng -wllh his  back to tho ilroplaco bo turned round  with a -jerk ot his ehouUlors. Then  ho caught eight of tho bits of brolcon  bottlo lying It} th������ fonder.  Hello, what's this?  Doctor MoHlond J������)n^fl him, and  anu-mit; -Own, cxa-mlned tho ploccft.  On ono ot tho lar������jor portions of broken -Umfl thero wn/H n biuall, t<:i iaDel  marked poluoii.  Cun you account for Uhlu? Doctor  ���������il.,! ti...<>l    f>������������l<1        ������rti������rnl" 1/ir������V|no������  Fnifi/'lsi,  and -Justified.  You   scspect   me   ot  poisoning   my  wife?  (To he Continued)  GERMAN    ROYAL   WEDDING  Prince  Re not: nee  May   be   Asked   to  English Title,  Berlin.���������The Rhenish Westphallan  Gazette, Essen, one of the leading organs of the German armor-plate press,  expresses the wish that Prince Ernest, heir of the duke of Cumberland,  who is engaged to the kaiser's daughter, may be induced to renounce his  British title of prineo before his marriage .  Owing to the death of King George  of Greece, brother of the duchess of  _ , ,1 *-*-.*.        *.V**y������.     ������44#\**fr-n1  VUUijjci xcmxx\xt    mo   x w; ������*���������*  ...^AAt-mmrm,  cording to the Tageblatt, will be as  simple as possible, and oniy the immediate relatives of the two families  will be present. The duke of Cumberland's vlsl- to Potsdam is postponed until after the king's funeral.  Airmen Taken for Spies  Berlin.���������Two airmen, on alighting  at Neupfalz, Germany, though wearing  .the uniforms of officers of the German Uhlans, were taken for foreign  spies and chased hy a hostile crowd  to the police station where their identity was subsequently established.  ������,��������� ���������       j     ���������'���������������  Isn't his life Insured?  Yes.  Then what does his wife worry so  about it for?  She says she thinks it will be a  perfect shame if his second wife gets  all thut money.  iii _ i- i ii -   - -   ���������- ���������*  When a girl doesn't find the front  porch or the hammock attractive her  mother begins to fear she meditates a  care er.         ^^  A man likes the statement that he  hao risen to tho top ot the ladder. A  woman resents tho Intimation that she  wasn't always tfcevo.  FRIENDS HELP  6t. Paul Park Incident  Russian Peasants Who Believe   That  Christ Lived In Russia, Not  ���������   "   , Palestine  St. Petersburg, Russia.���������-An Archangel correspondent sends a moving  description of the sufferings bf the  Moldavian peasants who in mid-winter folic ,/ed tihe f.v_atical monk Innocentius over 1000 miles from the  Podolia government to the Muroinsky  monastery, on the Onega river- where  he was banished.  Ragged, starving and frost-bitten,  death threatened them all on the  snowy wastes when the Archangel authorities sent a 'orce of rural guards  to stop their march and arrest their  leader and telegraphed to the He-  Cross Society,' urgently asking for  medical aid. Some of the pilgrims  had' money in comparative plenty, for  before starting northwards they had  sold their belongings, but it was of  no avail to them in the frozen wilderness.  Their number was  underestimated  ln tho flrst accaunt., it was woll over  1000, including a great proportion of  women and Children.    They were sent  back to their homes by train in warmed vans.    The correspondent witnessed the departure of one party irom the  station   of   Nlandoma.       Frost-bitten  checks, ears, lingers and toes were the  rule rather than the exception. Nearly   all   the   p-Igrims  were   begrimed  with dirt.     Many women and children  were in hysterics.    Th������ occupants of  one van woro  squatted on the floor  playing with open Bibles before them.  The   correspondent  questioned  the  pilgrims as to tho hold which Innocentius had over thom.    Inoredible as it  may sound 'n ���������*��������������������������� iwoniioHi  oanti������<>���������  in a civilized country, the following  is the gist of the replies he received:  Tho followers of Innocentius knew  that   Jesus   Christ  had   appeared  in  the Onega region aad not in Palestine.      He was seized there, but was  taken  elsewhere  tor  crucifixion.   Alpha and Omega in the Revelation oi  St. John designated our Lord aud Innocentius {Reference has been made  ln telegrams to the confusion of the  peasants between Omega and Onega).  Otherwise  why  waj    there    housing  room for 1000 persons In the Murom-  sky monastery when the monks only  numbered 1C0?      This was the work  of ths Lord.    They had been shown  a picture of Innocentius portrayed as  Jesus Christ with a nimbus encircling  his head aud a cress and chalice in  his hands.  The arrest of Innocentius only served to confirm their belief In his divinity, and they recounted how, when the  rural guards came to arrest him, and  one of the guards tried io fire a blank  cartridge in order tj intimidate them,  his rifle had misfired three times.  A similar miracle had occurred previously at Balta, in Podolia, when an  ispravnik (police officer) insulted Innocentius auu  SuVanCOu  i.0Ward5  uitu  threateningly.       Innocentius   looked  straight into his eyes, and said quiet-  1*r������ iVTa*1+Va'������      **-V*r--fi*      ^rt-rii-S      *���������*/vi**      ���������'I** Tr      **���������������_���������_ rvfr  xj ���������       x^"GX%0XX^ja       V-&J       x*.a,sx\x     _-_*&       vm;       *vvi#  shall stir, and the ispravnik stopped  dead, as though paralysed.  On being confronted by the rural  guards the pilgrims gathered round  Innocentius, ���������nd had to be dragged  away before the monk could be arrested. The vice governor of Archangel approached Innocentius: Where  are you going? he asked him. I  am going to seek the new Zion, was  the answer, and the crowd .of pilgrims  repeated in song: W- are going to  seek the new Zion.  Innocentius* followers to the far  north included his mother and five  sisters. When he w_s at Balta, he  attracted thousands of pilgrims to tlie  local monastery by the power with  which he was credited of casting out  devils. There is an appalling amount  of lunacy in that part of Russia, generally ascribed to the peasantry eating  a paste of unripe maize Instead of  leavened bread.  The Balta district became an absolute inferno of the mad, numbers of  whom were brought there In bonds.  This seems to have been the principal  reason of Innocentius' banishment.  Several impartial investigators maintain that there was nothing Immoral  ln his teaching or his life.  P\/j������n!i- ���������������   nn  *l������fi   *t*"-jf.iyi  (Thirty Years Ago)  John, have you wound the clock?  Yes, dear?  . - ���������������������������.;-'. -..:.-....,  And put c*at the cat?  Yes, dear.  And locked the ?"oor?  Yes, dear.  Then you c^j, come to bed.-  (Today)  Rudolph, have you locked the safe?  Yep.  And put the auto in the garage?  Yep.  And shut off the   dynamo   in   tbe  basement?  Sure, Mike.  All right, you can roll Into the hay  Needs Assistance  Black has a terrible temper.  So t have heard.  It seems as though he can't control  it. "      -  I have noticed that 4t always Jakes  a bigger man than he is to control it  for him.  irrmr  Hi-inn  iiknimHmiiijji-u  ��������� K4UUWU4I  IH  O  ������r k  ���������g-gg-r-ssrgg -**a____-*arss=?������> *���������������&���������  If   is the best tbnlc.   It prevents  !   headaches and biliousness by  j   stimulating  the  liver  and  fw   digestive organs to natural  llthv action.  Irllnard'a Liniment Cures Dandruff.-  Found Hla Placo  You know that old tightwad Jenks?  Sure.  Well, he goes to ths theatre now  regularly once a week.  Yes, a moving picture show,  ��������������� ,m n��������� ������������������^^ai-iii ��������� ������������������ ���������!��������� _���������!__��������� ��������� m* m  m  Evidence  Seen Mrs. Gayboy lately?  No.     Why?  She has a new Paris gown and ft  new diamond bracelet.  Now what indiscretion has Gayboy  been committing? " '       .-  40 5 ���������-BROA D WAY������W|Nyi|Pe G'  ^^^J-^Sivf iff HirSTr~RE eri NfA?^  a 2 6 -13 T H.. AV E. .VV." G A LG A RY  Hill  il  llllll  mm  follow Ha dally use���������because this  pleatanUy bubbling drink la mildly  laxative in its action and clears the  less o! impurities.  T-uaBe-^HosMTe-rja-r.        sa  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^  Fresh picked luscious Nia-  Kard on Her  Poor Mabell I think her father is  so mean to her!  What's the trouble?  You know how nicely she and  Charlie are getting on?  Yes.  Well, now her father tells her. that  ho can't afford to pay for a new gown  as long as she runs the parlor lights  flv������ nights In the week.  ��������� Nearly all children are subject to  worms, and many are born with them.  Spare them suffering by using Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator, the  best remedy of the kind that can he  fn  ut  *������TT,/"1    4-fl. _****!-. *->^-*r  sugar make  F  kmfO  He Had Discovered  Wjhy do they call this the century  ��������� runt asked ine fiuSy young ithiag  j leaning far out to see what was going  X0XX .  Because, replied tho man who was  fooling with the bolts and valves of  the bucking auto, it takes a century  to make it.  1 4-3k IWI -^  _l_F   ���������*    **- _L _T J_> ___F  The  kind  i;la  aijr ���������  mother  mnHjar  itBSOLU IELY PURE!  j  Can be had from your  \jia.xt*m*.a.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Ete.i  Hew He Would Oet Them  Willie, if your brother gave you two  apples Snid your sister gave you ������.wo  more, how many would you have?  I would have four.  Correct, Willie.  But I would have two fights first*  BABY'S OWNIaBLETS  ft  ���������    Z'mM  m-m-sTm __,__> _"S _**-_** 3_  i-_Wi_I_ vv .uuu  In Doubt  His fathc .* <"rove an ox team..  And he drives an auto.  Some advancement.  .Yes, but the ox team was paid for.  ARM-IN-ARM WALKING BANNED  ini^y'no.  n������  IT������������ Blood  'jliun pk-cc-s ������:h I'"  .in-i  Tho 'uti.icr Joined --Im.  . -   ..i.  (i,., i  iijuiiiiir.   ������������������ i   i..<f   .  wllh n ciirli'iif* expri'sMon In hlB oyofl.  Ho   iVi.-iiH'd   a   long   tlmo   finding   an  ���������"After drinking coffee for breakfast  I always felt languid and dull, having  no ambition to get to my morning  duties. Thon in about an hour or so  a weak, norvous derangement of tlu  heart and stomach would como over  mo with such forco I would frequently  havo to lio down."  Tea is just as harmful, becauno it  contains caffcluo, tho eamo drug  found ln coffco.  "At othor times I had sevoro hoad-  uuheH; stiiuiuuh finally became all'oct-  ed and dlgOBtlon so impaired that I  had serious chronic dyspops'a and  co-Dtlpatlon. A lady, for many  years Stato President ot tlio W.C.T.  II., told me sho had b.oon greatly benefited by quitting coffoo and using  Postum; sho was troublod for years  with asthma. Sho said it was no  cross to quit coffco when sho found  Alio could havo as delicious an articlo  as Postum.  "Another intly, who had hron trou-  hlod vMth chronic dynpopnla for yonrn,  found lmmodlato rolief on coasting coffco nnd using Postum. Still another  frlond told mo that Postum was a God-  eond, ber "-heart troublo having boo*a  relieved aftor leaving off coffoo ffnd  laUtng ort roslum.  ,;_6 many such cas i camo to my  notlco that 1 concluded coffco wan tho  cauoo ot riy troublo and I quit and  look up  Postum.    I  am  moro  thnn  !���������       ,    , ������     4  ,������     r-mmr    i V* * ���������    *������ni%f    rl**l*������'M    *\9   <-*ir\nV1r.  mvo disappeared.      I am well  and  happy/1  j-jCiol; In pliiia. for il>o famous uttlo  book, "Tho Ilond to Wollvllle  t  ���������,,1,1  v/>u    t  ln.*n1\ fclfiillv  linocltoil  Father Taklnq His Daughter to School  One Exception to Rule  Paris, France.���������The old-fashioned  habit of a man and u woman  walking arm-in-arm in. publlo has long  gone out of famhion, says the Paris Excelsior.  .In its columns a discussion on tho  subject Is taking placo, ������specially on  the point: Should the woman placo her  arm within that of the man, or should  Iho tako hers?  Tho spectaolo of people walking  arm-in-arm is, says tho Excelsior, beginning to become quite sensational���������  unless they aro a father taking his  daughter to school. Whoroas ln  formor days the lady timidly placed  hor hand within tho arm ot her cavalier, lightly resting on liia sleovo,  tho up-to-date couple walk coldly aloof,  tho man with both hands behind Mb  back, tho woman with both hers in  her muff.  There is a tlmo when self-respecting  people miry pormlt Ihecisolves to walk  avm-iu-arm. It ia whon thoy aro on  holiday, in tho country, in hours of  peaceful reverie, *whei4 nil thliiKB in  nature seem to'hold hands. It la nn  attitude which demands a cortaln intimacy, a gontlenoBS of gait and con-l  tomplatlvcnoss of mion.  No, decidedly, Bays the Parisian, let  us not bring   back   this   arm-in-arm  fashion to Paris.      Thn    ploturn    Is  <1rawri of a youni-* man of a typn which  Is soen frequently ln tho streets, who  tnkoB a girl'B arm with a sort of Ju-  juttitt  crip,   grasping  her  hand  and  Wilst, holding hor elbow no In a vlco  and by tho loverago ot his arm forclng  her t$ v.'itlli w!t)' b*10 slioiiidcT nuuehou  up and tho othor lowered.   Tho object oppoars to bo that tho man may  propel nis companion, much arj a policeman might propel a recalcitrant  r#f4������f������,.fl4������-������ *o **i������ poll or*. strvMnn.  w This In clearly not to ho domparcd  for fracv'i'ulnesB with tho fashion of a  ti       I l     i-      - mr.        .il.A-l     4ll������������     lrwW     Vl1H������V  l/l>IW:l UUuli    ti-v,     ...Ul.    ...-     l....���������       K-'  The Foe of Indigestion.���������Indigestion ls a common ailment and few are  free from It It Is a most distressing  complaint and often the suffering attending it ia most severe. The very  best remedy i3 Parmelee'a Vegetable  Pllla, taken according to directions.  They rectify tho Irregular action of  tho stomach ai\d restore healthy action. For many years thoy havo been  a standard remedy for dyspepsia and  indigestion and aro highly esteemed  for their qualities.  Mothers, whether your baby is suffering from andigestion, colic os  worms, or from some other form of  childhood ailment, you will find Baby'_  Own Tablets a suro relief. Thousands of mothers use nothing else for  their Httlo ones- The Tablets always  do good���������they cannot , possibly do  harm and are equally good for the  newborn babe or growing child. They  are sold by medicine dealers or by  nm.il at 25 cents a box from The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  Bay, you are a e3ioe manufacturer?  This name is for new footwear. I  would call it the president's shoe, and  everybody would be anxious to step  Into it.       _*_____  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY"**  Take LAXATIVE BROMO Qulnln<j Tablets.    DrugRlcta refund money If It fall*  to cure.     13. W. GROVE'S Blgnatur* ia  on each box.      25c.  More Fitting  ge fell In lovo with tho toacher.  he bo young as that?  You mean to say, is flho so young?  Probably I meant to ask are both  so young?  ������-������ ���������mmmmH*i>m*mam*m****mmm**tmmsma  Somo pooplo aro qo perfectly honest  that tlioy won't tako a alnglo thing  from your houso.  Yes, somo won't even take their"d_-  parturo,  Tho Nerve of Him       ;'���������������������������' y  You know Brewer? i  Yes.  What does lie do for a living?  Nothing.   Ho   Just   Uvea   without  m. m.mm      An-MllrlA  Willing to Please  I havo a fortune in a name that I  will sell for about $1,000,000, and it ls  cheap at that.  Better keep lt rather than sacrifice  it.   Leniency for a Dead Man  Rome.���������A man who appealed  against a sentence ot fifty days' lim-  prlsonment passed ori him at Turin,  and who died during tho interval, had  hip sentence reduced hy tho magistral  who trlod tho caso to ono of fifteen  days' ImprlBonmcnfe.  i. ,,<. ii    , ��������� ������ *  Artist's Revenge  Vienna. ��������� Herr   Anton    Berlces,   %  Hungarian artist, out throe ot hla pictures to pieces In vlow of a numerous  fubllo at tho Budapest Art Exhibition  6  splt.6 tho hanglnc* commlttoo for  assigning hlo v/orta.   atf unfavorable  m  9 -   ~ m     -,������.     *>**������    <*������r_t I l������r������  Ever rend tho obovo letter? A new I dunhlnif &:. >ori_  lightly on the Mm. ot a ntrong am  ������ir*  Aniline, true, nnd full of luim-inl     Tlio uimur.oeflHfiil  person is usually  | tbo  lottlo <������ff Iho tablo, lt rolled on Jintereat,.  I the one who U iim a second too iutc.  FOH WOUUSM OHl  PoYou. Fed  _ r__s*i-' *&%   li  i i   i jjiij^ Ma������_--_aa|^^^ll DrttfnlK*m"f S****"Q1U  M. IftaS   wV*8������y *     ~   W TcnJ-aracM L^w ^vo**  It i_ because of wm^deraMeiWhOr dwcaSS  difltinctty t*?minSne.    Write A. It Va.jSoM.ii  Fftculfy fo InvafidjB', Hotel, BuiCalo. N.Y.v  tJonsultation^it j^8ft- -a������-4^ft4Yic_u___������!trlct^  confidence, j  Pre MeMe^ffi^^  restores ihe health-and Bpiriti arid romovea uwae  pntnful pywj,ytot-������ Weritfoned above. It ho* been  -������,������! t.v .liurVKaStfl for over 10 years, ������!i.f.u?d iom>  I ������Mmmtm]m^  I lr> '.��������� ..        ,..      m .���������., ��������������� #     m     m m **l  ������&mitmxty imfmmiixmmmip tu0C0sm������m,t**<u>ii' *m-'*mxmxm%00rx *,  ������... ^tiZ%'m .*x*mtiJ,x.0*0xtiZfx** 0%* mn0% 9������m rrtntt*!**}  I  I  HJ**0   m**mm  BS3SSB   saS-_a__-__-_s   **m^n-~^,^^-xm-f^.'^3i2ms^m:mu������ixsm.m,-^m.  _S_---_S-_tt-_____-__l_H^^  mmWmWmm%mW  ***m**m**m***m  *m rfflm  ' IS .-ti:-.  x--?.-?, ii- ."������������������-������������������a.v.'-sjK'fjS-j  mytimm  '-..,-. .r .. -.-������������������;,;-'.ii-'tfT*'J*S  ki!-i/?Si  THEKEVIEW, ptESTON, __. &'  i ne rvioaernwiev*  He married his affinity.  He did? ���������.-���������"'-.  '.Yes.        ..���������    *  ;M������rcy! I never heard oi such a  thing! .  Why vBhouldn't he?      , ^  But they aren't affinities after they  are married.  Worms are encouraged by morbid  conditions of the stomach and bowels,  and so subsist. Miller's. Worm Powders will altertheso conditions almost  immediately and will sweep the worms  away, No destructive parasite can  live in contact with this, medicine,  which is not only a worm destroyer,  but a health-giving medicine most beneficial to the young constitution ahd  as such it has no superior.  No Such Thing  She said I was rather young.        "'  She did?."    ~~ "  Yes, and that friend of hers said:  Oh, well, she'll get over it.  Mean thing. - -  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.  GOOSE-STEP FOR CiRLs  International  Congress    of    Physical  Education Open In Parle  Paris.���������The International congress  and exhibition of physical education  was inaugurated at the Sorbonne recently, by President Polncare.      The  Hciccrata   iTQ-rn   Turkev   dfiGln.'"0'*"   +*,pt  I>art of the defeat Infiieted by the allies on the Turks was due to the  physical inferiority of the Turks.  Amon/; the displays given was one  by fifty girls from the Royal Institute  FRENCH  ARMY CHEERED  y- Particular  How do yon l_w 4^ mu������ girl vtm.6  has Just xaoved in next door, Mabel?  *   My mamma, doesn't let tno play "with  heir??. ' ^  Dojn't yon like _er ?  TJh-huhl   . ���������. >������������������  SPheh why doesn't your mother let  yon play with. h������rt-"'"-:'-":' "������������������;'?:.:,,,,Y^  'Cause she never wants me to play  with people's littio glrle wSio calls  their maids .%ired girls/  ���������'���������' '*   ' '    ' Y "' "'' ' ' *��������� ���������'"���������  ,Y? Orating '.--.titi.  ZAtm is Just one grand sweet song.  Hah! ���������   '  mm...:   ,;��������� y??  That may be, but too Warned many  of lis can't ana me tuna for ihe variations, and the rest are mostly off the  1r<e������r  m.m0   .  Sure Enough  There's nor curse like, ill health* .  Oh. I don't know*.   It has Its uses.  J-Taihe oris, '.'ti..  It-has got several notable persons  ���������ist'rif +*rn������ ���������nATiiten+iftTSr'.  \jx    UIJ i*i.4.t*������J.'i,*>M    .mi.      *��������� 1^4*44,      ,, _wia<;     **b  ranged from IP to 25. They were all  well built jand vigorous, and wp- 3 loose  white mouses With navy blue divided  skirts and black stockings. It seemed  impossible-to tire' them and their clos-  ��������� ��������� ���������     ��������� ��������� _.���������-.��������� ��������� ���������      ^.     .I......    T4C1IAM     ..2.^1.  jug Sxyruiat, a -lacco-cu nanau variation of vtho goose-step, caused much  iaighter.  Aesthetic Girl  alauuo has brokeu _er engagsxusn  with Harry.  For what reason?  She says .with her. dark blue disposition and his pink hair she ia afraid  that they would not be able to harmonize the house- furnishings.  Nothing Uncertain About Him  Do you know anything about Binks?  Sinks?    ."'    ''���������  Yes? He has applied to me for a  Job, and I want to know, if he Is reliable.  You bet.  Is he?  He is. You can rely on him to  carry away anything that Isn't being  sat upon hy the owner and to lie whem  he's cornered.  Remarkable Patrlotlo Outburst at Annual Review of the Garrison of  Paris  Paris, France. '���������- Threo hundred  thousand, Parisians turned out to cheer  at the Vincennes review the 80,000  men who form the garrison of Paris.  Although the review is an annual  affair It was made a national holiday.  The president O- th������ republic-drove  out Vincennes in a landau drawn  by four Worses with arttllerynien riding postilion. The minister of war  sat by him in, tie carriage^ and General  Jo-fire,- _i_ general-in-c_lef, of ihfe-  Frehch army, sat apposite.  "Mine. Poinbar������'had ' driven out in  another carriage. ? It was her first  public appearance without her husband since he became president of the  reyu-ji-v.  .The crowd la the street*-* was enor*-  mous and enthusiastic. \ At Vincennes at 12 o'clock the crowd, formed a  circle, five miles in Circumference. At  2 o'clock, when, the cannon? thundered  their welcomes-" the circle ? stretched  back In a black mass* which (hurst into  a yell of wild cheering, whentiie president arrived.  Thirty thousand men���������-zouaves, light  infanti*}, the line, artillery, marines  and cavalryr-were passed In review  by the president, marched by the tribune and then charged with wonderful  effect in a thunder of cannonading.  The troops, who were in campaign  kit, marched back to barracks through  ths streets with their hands playing  and an_��������������� scenes of great enthusiasm  QV A J^17Tall A*T A B  The Socialists had organized a great  open-air meeting in Paris as a counter-demonstration against the three  years army bill. They had Joined  forces with the anarchists, and black  and red Sags were carried, though;the  police refused to let their bearers.unfurl thesa. The -speeches against the  bill were extremely violent .Y  One speaker said; As they want war,  we will give them civil war���������war of  class against class, war between you  who are listening to me and those wh<s  are out at Vincennes.  ��������� ; 53  _=xpGi isu  uuui jiuuuicjb,   niai- tt  recruit named Ponc'-ella was disqualified bv the examining? council as he  had lost the use of the forefinger of  his right hand. When he was informed that if he had lost the finger altogether he would have, been accepted  he declared that he would undergo the  necessary operation. The finger was  amputated and he was placed on the  .active list.  TO EASE TIGHT CHEST  RUB ON NERVILINE  No Remedy H������if bo Efficient  "J didn't have to suffer long?with a  sore, wheezy chest..- I had a mighty  had cold���������it held ine like a vise, but  I knew what to do. I took half a tea-  spoonful of Nerviline? in- henv water  ,and rubbed/imy heck and cheai every  halt hour jduring the evening.. ^You  Would hardly credit the way Nerviline^  loosed up that tight cheit, efiahled ine  to breathe like a free man, gave me  comfort in a few hours."  This is the experience oi J. P. Bu-  rand, a well known resident c_ Burton's Corners. In thousands of  homefl Nerviline la used every day.  If a little child has a sick fitom_ch.  Just a few drops will suffice. If there  la any bowel disorder or. diarrhoea,  only a small dose is required Inwardly or outwardly, wherever there  is pain er inflammation, Nerviline will  always relieve quickest and cure sure-  est of any remedy known. Family  size, 50c; small bottle 25c, at all  storekeepers and druggists, or The  Catarrhozone Co., tmuaio, N*-*-".  W&nderful what a difference good  fortune makes to a man. It often enables people who haven't Lnown him  fn* vgara   tq  reco^'nis'O   him   os,  the  ADVISE  Saved by Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compounds  Bwarthmoro,   Penn. ��������� " For  fifteen  years I suffered untold agony, and for  . ono period of nearly  two years I had hemorrhages and the  doctors told me I  would have to undergo an operation,  but I began taking  Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vogotablo Compound and am tn  good health now. I  am all over tho  Chnngo of Llfo and  can-riot praise your Vogotablo Compound  too highly. Every woman should tako it at  that tlmo. I recommend It to both old  and younp* for fomnlo tronhleH,M���������Mm.  13���������.iIjY SUiviiViiiRttuiuu, Swuiuuuom, Fa.  Oo-ftdlnn Woman's I5_porlonco:  Port William , Ont���������"I feol as if I  could not'tell others enough about the  good Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound has dono for mo. I -was weak  and tirod and I could) not rest nights. A  friend recommondod your Compound nnd  I ������oon {/hIi-ivI iWlth and Htrentfth and  could not wish to sloep better. I know  othor women who have taken It for tho  ���������ante purpose and thoy join mo in praising It/'���������Mrs. WM. A. Buffy, 681 South  Vlcltar Street, Forfc WUHama, Ontario.  ' filnco we guaranteo that all testimonials which wo publish nro genuine, Is it  not fair to suppose that If T.ydln R Pink-  b*|m*i Vogotablo Compound haa the virtue to holp these women It will help any  other womnn who la uulTorlng In a like  manner?  ff yon vT*>-f, spec!a! c������!y!������5 trrlto to  mhjmtf. E. riuUiAui jt-OuiiiiUo Co. (COiir.-  doutial) Iijnn, Mim*. Your letter will  he onoiird, rciitd and anawixri'il 1������v a  woman and, held In strict con-dene*.  PICES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  Tour dru-rnlat will refund money if PAZO  OINTMENT falls to cure any case of Itching.  Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Pilea  In 6 to 14 days.    60c.  mmm^mmmm^mmm*ms*ms**msm*mm*^**sm  COUNTESS LOSES JEWELERY  Poor Substitutes  He had no aunt to go to  Nor aunt that had a cent.  And' so the careless sluggard  Off to his 'uncls' went.  "What is moire pathetic than.a middle aged person trying to make himself and others believe he is youhg7  The man who is anxious to oblige  never gets rusty for lack of opportunity to practice his theory.  - .    .._?      .,        r " ���������      .    m  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere.  'PEKIN   MOURN&   DEAD   emPRES8  Impressive Ceremonies Hold Outalde  ths CUy Attended by Chinese and  Foreigners??? \ti ���������  ������������������ PekSn, Ohina.���������A largs contiauous  stream of foreigners and Chines������ have  attended the memorial service' for t_������  late dowager empress. On the center span of the marble bridge oi^-sids  the Tienan gate is a temporary navil-  i������iot imperial yellow silk, decorated  with flowers. Tfc* pavilion contains  the dowager's portrait and eaoriflcal  utensils. Here tha general public performs sacrifices to ths empress' memory, while on the road vaBt crowds  stand gazing. .  Passing the Tienan and Tuan gates,  both beautifully decorated with flowers and shells enumerating tha virtues of the dead, visitors enter a second lhclpshre by passing over the central marble bridge. They then face  the Wu gate, under the center of  which hangs the dowager's portrait,  the work of a celebrated Chinese artist.   ���������>-;' ti .-.;'.    '.:;���������-, ������������������;,.. H       :-.  ,i. ���������-���������������������������.,���������.       ������������������-*   -  In front of ^hd beneath the portra:.  is tha dragon throne, typifying th������ departed grandeur''-'"both of the dowager  and th������ dynasty. The throne stands  at the rear of is. dais, the ceilings and  sides of which are gorgeously beflow  ered, and.beflagged. Above the dais  aire four characters signifying that the  dowager was one among the women  fitting to rank with the two first greajt  Chinese emperors.. To the right ah3  some yards distant from the dais is a  yellow-draped platform, on which are  monks and priests, whose solemn and  impressive dirge- alternate .wit���������.'the  louder and less penetrating strains of  F(XT   DISTEMPER IS?* sn. rmoonc shipping  A V*     tSXBXEjUMJSTEjK,    revEB, ������������* CATABBHAL FEVER  \JBwe core ar.d positive sravsntlve, ho matter how horaea -  at ftnjr mgt, ar* Snfectefi or ���������"esposed." Mauja, riven on the  tongue, acta ������a the Blood and Glands, fi-pel*** tho poisonouii  -llll. atwroa   from   th������   boil"'-        ^'r������������   D's'emnef   In   Doea   and   sneep, ana CJhoiara In Poultry. Uav-scat selllns live' stock re-  p}������ay. Cure* La Orlppe amonf human beings and^.ls a fine  kidney remedy. Cut t-Js out. Keep It, ���������Show It to you*  &rUB_ist. wh������ will get It got you. XTreo Booklet. "Distemper, Causes and Cureo."  DISTRIBUTORS���������Al-i. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS  SFOHN M������DICAl CO., CUmtsH MigyierjcjttUtn Gwtea. Ini- P. S. A.._.  a Chiaese band similarly situated to  the left of the dais.  Ascending the.steps to the right of  the "W_ gate is a constant stream of  Chinese Manchus, Mongols, Mahomma-  dens and Tibetans. Removing their  head coverings the/ halt befo-'O the  portrait, bow thrice, and pass on.  Foreigners are ������.".lverted to tho left  outside the line ot mourijers.  Th������ central figure on the dais are  Prince P'-Unn,. robed in -white sheepskin, and also a Mongolian buddha,  who with members ofthefuneral committee, addressed the throng, eulogizing th������ dowager.  Looking backward from tha Wu gate  one sees an interesting concourse,  principally of Chinese and Manchus,  men, women and children, In resplendent, attire, while groups of white-  robed eunuchs stand silent and sullen  as though resenting the-public participation in the funeral ceremonies of  the last reigning adult of the Manchu  dvnacty on which ihey "bn'-iened.  POPULAR YOUNG  l-lUlY-L-tt    in&il-iJ  TELLS   'WHAT    DODD'S     KIDNEY  PILLS DID FOR HIM  Tou can never tell what a man is  uHvU you _t",vs seen hliu tested by  prosperity as well as adversity/and  then you can only hazard a guess.  Victim of Three Clever Swindlers She  Accidentally Meets In Cafe  Berlin, Germany.���������A Russian woman  Countess Skosstreffs, has fallen a  victim to three accomplished Berlin  swindlers, losing in their company  jewelry valued at 535.000.  The countess, who appears to he of  a very unsophisticated nature, had  been spending some time on the Riviera. Returning home via Berlin, she  had some hourB to wait for a train to  St. Petersburg, and she employed the  Interval by vlnltlng a well-known Berlin cafe. She sat down at a table  occupied by a pretty girl, who told the  countoss that she was an actress  waiting tor her husband.  Thia gentleman soon arrived, introducing himself with a hlgh-soundlng  aristocratic name. Another man presently Joined the party and ihe was  also Introduced as of noble and ancient  Unoago. All wero very agreeable together, and one of the men proposed  visits to othor cafes and finally to a  cinematograph theatre.  At thin laat placo of ontertalnmont  tho woman lt was auggosted, should  put in tho cloak-room not only hor  wraps but a hand-bag to which sho ap-  poarod vory much attached. Sho parted with tho bag, nhvsald, with groat  unwillingness, as lt contained hor Jow-  eli-y, but IUm Berlin nobles told her  that lt would bo nil  right and that  *1������ *mm    *mr*+t%mA    MtlAwnlliAA    mi rt    nn <���������������,������"*���������*'  MAAVJ        KvU'U     ^UMi������Ki������avl>u     *h**     Ut%fcK<l4,jr   ���������  During tho performance tho woman  noticed that tho young actress and hor  husband had rotlrod. Sho askod for  an explanation from her otlier companion, and was told that thoy wore  telephoning, but as tlioy woro so long  about It ho would Just stop out and  boo. Ho did not return olthor. Tho  countess, growing alarmoil, aB ono of  the nolil'i.uoii had hor cloakroom ticket, loft tho thoatro, and' was lifformed  by tho cloak-room woman that tiio hag  hnit boon given up on tho presentation  of thb ticket hy ono of tho mon. Tho  woman runhod off to tho police, but  no far thoro haa heon ho traco of tho  Ihloveo.  It. is easy enough to he good when  the devil has nothing really Interesting In sight.  No Rest With Asthma.- Asthma usually attacks at night, tho ono time  when rest is needed most. Hence the  (loss of strength, the nervous debility,  the loss of flesh and other evils which  must be expected unless relief is secured. Fortunately relief is possible. Dr. J D. Kellogg'B Asthma  Remedy has proved its merit through  years of service. A trial will surely  convlnco you.  The trouble is the politicians don't  Just understand what would happen to  the graft industry if women were  permitted to ; muse themselves with  the little white ballot.  UT THE  BEST  DUALITY is the secret of the McLaughlin reputation  for carnage Building.   Quality is the reason for  7*-   Canada's Largest and Bes't Equipped Carriage Fact-  ory-a factory which can turn out a carefully constructed,  and thoroughly inspected, vehicle every ten minutes of  each working day in the year.  It would be easy to make a gigantic fortune in a few  years by substituting lower grade materials, but such a  policy would be nothing more nor less than business suicide,  and we prefer to continue along the lines laid down-, by  thus company more than 44 years ago.  M _/__*   _-r_*H S      j������9 ��������� ���������  s^mVt  Carriages are not the lowest priced carriages on the mar-  ������et &uti_ht>y aIe hy fai" t*16 cheapest in the end. Nothing  but the best of material, skill and workmanship is good  enougn tor us, and we are satisfied to abide by YOUR  decision.  Large stocks carried at our branch houses and agencies  throughout Western Canada.  i  - ��������� ---"H    g*** 1* m*PBm I'M***  ������  OSHAWA'  j Western Branch Houses==Win-ipeg, Regina, Saskatoon,  a caigary* Vancouver.  PtiQti^:Zmti!0>J RtiCT:OWt4' BY YP R(W\N IZtilN G  Occasionally we meet a man whose  idea of getting c/en with a fellow ho  doesn't like consists ln kicking his  pet dog on tho sly.  No Loss  How do you feel about woman suffrage?  Well, I am willing that a woman  should voto If she wants to, but she  can't voto nnd havo my neat ln tho  stroot car too.  Well, as sho Bcldom gets your seat  I supposo that sho won't loso anything  by voting.  m   m, .     i ���������   ii   The Only Way  Brinks looks downhearted this  morning. Ho has just found out that  Bio miiHt marry.  Marry! Brinks?  Why, how is that?  Ills father gave hlnv notice, thin  morning that ho would no l_ii_ui" uup-  port him.  W.  N.   U.  Q40  Breaking It to Him Gently  Maudo, will you marry mo?  Woll, Ulmrllo, I'll think about lt.  What will you think about It?  Bome vory unconipliinoutnry thlnprs  T am afraid.  m0mtiiimmmmi*ssm*mmmmmmmmmmtmmm*  BocauBQ   a   millionaire   Ruhgcrlbnn  beamingly to a fresh air fund, don't |  uuirumi,   Luub  ������w  4U   Uliio   ������,_   JUU.VAI   a  JUll-j  road or a Httlo unprotected trust lying  round ln his vicinity overnight. j  Smart Landlady  ��������� Sho always trios to hnvo hor boarders moot a lot of pretty girls.  Why?  Sho says a young man novor cats  much when ho la" In love.  He's Back at Work Again? After Suffering from, the Pains, Nervousness  end Depression that    Only    Kidney  Disea-se Can S.-ing.  Point Alexander, Ont., (Special).���������  Mr.   D.   A.   Froncare,  a well-known  and popular young farmer, living near  here, who has been a sufferer from  kidney disease for some time past, is  back at work again,   and   he   says,  without hesitation,' that his  cure is  due to Dodd's Kidney Pills i  "I was always tired and nervous,"  Mr. Froncare says, ln speaking of his  illness. "I suffered from backache  and neuralgia, and my sleep was  broken and unrefreshinj**;. My eyes  were puffed and there were dark red  circles around them.  "My muscles would cramp. I felt  heavy and sleepy afterwards, and I  was depressed and low-spirited, while  shortness of breath and dizzy spells  served to make life yet more miserable for me.  "I was always thirsty*; my limbs  were heuvy; and I had a dragging  sensation across the loins.  "My symptoms led me xo believe I  had kidney disease, 'and I started to  use Dodd's Kidney Pills. I have taken  eight boxes In all, and 1 am very  grateful for the benefit I,havo received from thom."  If the disease ia of the kidneys or  from tho kidneys, Dodd's Kidney Pills  will cure it.  1 Old  ��������� A Sgendid 10 cent Household Specialty is being introduced  all over Canada. It is appreciated by the Thriftv Housewife  who wants things "Just a little better." Send post card to-day.  Simply say:--.  'Send package of household specially advertised in my newspaper  - That's all-You will be delighted! Pay if satisfied-we take  the risk-Address P. O. Box 1240, Montreal, Can.  This offer expires June 1st, 1913. Send to-day.  I  GUN   PRACTICE   FROM   AIRSHIP  Trial Proves Conclusively that It can  be Done With  * effect  Berlin, Germany.���������Shots woro flred  from machine gunB on the upper deck  (the top of the gaa envelope) of the  new German army Zeppelin airship  Z 4 during a war ofllco trial trip near  Friodiichshafon, rocontly.  Although tho wind was blolWlng at  forty-one i.iloB an hour tho gun practice was carried out to tho satisfaction  of a military commission. An official communique, which describes  Iho event as of "epoch-making importance,' states that tho trial proves conclusively' that it is possible to work  comfortably and' with accuracy with  machine gunB, irom tho docku ol Zeppelin airships. Captalu von Puteau  tho naval export of tho Tacgllcho  Rundachau, statos that thoro is room  for Blx machlno guns on tho top of a  Zoppolln airship.  Tlio Vosslsclio Zeitung states that  tho'greater part ot tho $5,000,000  shortly to bo provided for iho Oorman  air flr������ot will hn dovotod to building,  with all posslblo Bpeed, ten alrahlps  of tho Zoppolln typo. It is expected  that ftvo of tho vossola will bo incorporated ln tho air (loot by tho middle  ot thlB j jar. Tho Gorman admiralty  ls oxlcndlng itB oyBtom ot watorplano  statlonu. It Is proposed to establish  ton���������Blx bn tho North sou coast and  tour ou tho Baltlo  ������������������ i I, ��������� "  Brtrl FarjH by the Ton  London.���������According to the roport  ot tho BormomH-'y j.uhllo ht-alUi com-  ii'Jtl.c_ u.\n of tho conn-Mr*! innpe-  loiu hub duhtiuyod moiG than fou**  uml  a halt tons of bud oggs during  ��������� tin   inot   fnrtnIt-lit.  The Test  Has she a good husband?  You bet.  Hew good Is he?  For any reasonable amount at the  bank.  Hard on   Brown  Brown has sold that auto of hie.  Yes, and also sold the man *^_o  bought lt, I should say.  Do you suppose ho can collect on  both sales?  Not If the buyer discovers tbe soo-  ond salo before he settles for the  first.  Clever Bell  Bell Is learning dressmaking.  Ie she?  Yea.  In order to make her own clothes, I  suppose.  Not at all. Jn order to earn money  enough to hire a modiste to mako  thom for her.  Makes ue Honest  Beforo the penny slot machine  Put mutches in our Way  An honest man ln otlier t-lug*  For matches wouldn't pay.  Tho man who keeps hin friend*  guessing should be conslderato onough  to offer a prize for tho correct solution.  Nothing for It  Thia hot weather is Intolerable.  But think how much we nood iti  Need Iti Huh I  Sure, man I     For tho corn crop.  What do I caro about the corn cropd  I am a coal dealer.  Sho ls tho very last word in pretty  girls.  Oh, 1 don't know.  But ehe is hand painted.  It there wero n crodlt man to pass  upon tho conversational soundness ot  people how many would go into bankruptcy at onco?  A Constant ������hang������  In Body's Tissues  vvora lor tuo nitwit in a*mm_i bu.Mij w^^mm  , 0*.     ,,*___jr_       l..ii     mv*+mr*m     *_#     lln      _Ify\l"1r     *_*/__���������    at-*1___ *     **w~mW     m  "Our bodies," says Huxley, "may  bo llkonod to an eddy ln tha rlvor,  which rotaine Uo uhapo tor a whllo,  though every Instant each partlclo ot  water Is ch.anglng."  Tho tissuos ot the body, componoa  of millions ot tiny cells, aro bolng  constantly brokon down and wasted  away by tho prooesB ot llfo, and ob-  pcclally by overwork, worry and disease.  In ordor to rftconstruct those wasted tissues thoro aro nocossary ouch  olomoutu at iron, sulphur, magnosln,  potash, etc, and whon those are not  supplied in e-ufildcnt diiantlHo;; Ij. thi,  food wo cat it la nocoasary to aid nature by tho uso of somo restorative  ., .. ��������� ��������� .. .. .. 4������ . m  414 W)4114 4VW4W44 ���������  Moat pooplo nnd ur. Ohaso'a Nervo  Food particularly effective undor ouch  clrcumstanoeB, because lt is composod  of the vory clemonta ot naturo which  _o to form new, rloh blood, cronto now  norve colls and rebuild wa-ntorf tin-  Hues.  ThlB great food cure la radlcall/  dlfforont from medicines which aro  usually omployod ln tho troatmont of  nervous diseases. For, whllo thoy  atlmulato tirod norvoa to ovoroxortlon  or by narcotlo lnfluonco sooth and  doadon -iom, Dr. Chaso's Norvo Food  rovltallzca wasted norvo colls and no  aocompllBhoa lastingly beneficial ro*  ���������n������H**,  Suoh symptoms as sleeplessness, Irritability, headache. Indigestion, brain  4 1.    *       0.1,  ft      4*     I . .    . .    M . I  ,  W������ U      U14U     4.0<Jflllf,U     Ui,     JUl4|>Ull     UIIU     UUl-  couragemont soon disappear ivhon tlie  eystom Is built up by tho use ot  Ha, I  .Mih. m.mm  m .mmm  _. -, Ji  if- \jt\j%ji  n3tra-"ffls-^*".-."_S'_- t-������"^tat_ir_������-^5fi-s;  Lltnttod. Toronto.* check that's coming. |   bO cents a box, ull doulom, or KdnmiiMon, Baton & Co., LhulU-d, Toronto.  _____  11111111i11n41111111m1111.11���������win w 111 _w���������in  fii-iiiMlwmi������������������J-irii-irnTirniiii  ���������WMHMMM  mmmmamm  mmm*mmmm  mmmm* _^re^-WJE  ISir  'X.   r*i������a?������8*T������#'sSS  XSJ.VJU.KJ iv-i  HETIEW     sjv^^Mfrnm. ���������������������������������������������a ���������������"������  ,IIIM> l.ll.i  ��������� - ���������; -   -  - - ��������� ���������������������������' ������������������' ~ m&ui^mj.'-  GRAND FORKS, B. C.  Comprising 125 Acres  Pears     - ������_-_~  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established 1900 bythe HON. MARTIN BURRELL  n Wilnister of Agriculture  Hall stock delivered to your ranch at catalogue prices  I - ��������� ���������  - - ���������     ������������������     .-rrrr- ������������������_.���������������������������  [ For Catalogue aud Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  ���������^.t^iis-^t^^ii^^^^mm^m^.  NflLSONLAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT OF WEST KCOTESY  TAKE notice that B. T.   Opis   of  Wardner, B. C occupation mechanist,  intends to apply for permissiJn to purchase the following described lands :-������������������  Commencing at a post planted on the  east bank of Goat River 80 chains north  ef the north-west corner of Sublot IS of  Lot 45'.>2, Group 1, thence east 20 chains,  theuce north 80 chaius, thence west 20  chaiues, wore or less to the east bank cf  Goat River, thence southerly along said  east bauk of Goat River the point ot  oom mencement.  Edward T Opie.  Wm. Arrow smith,  Date 22 April, 1913. Agent  NELSON LAND DISTRICT  D' 3 ritlOT OF WEST KOOTENY  TA&E notice that *������V. J. Williams of  ^b'suu, 3. C occupatiuii geuti@mau, intends to apply  for  permission "to purchase the followiug described lands :~  Commencing at a petit planted on the  east bauk of Goat Siiver where inter-  sectd by the north boundary of Sublot  13 of Lot 4592, Group 1, theuce east 20  chuius, theuce north 8 > chains, thdnce  west 20 chains, more or less, to the east  bauk of Goat Rrver, theuce southerly a-  h>ng said east bank of Goat River to t*be  poiut of commencement.  Wm. Arrowsniith,  Agent.  V--U  ���������mti-m'ti.m::i  mMtite  PAINTS VARNISHES STAINS IRONITE FLOOR PAINT  RAW and BOILED OIL PURE WHITE LEAD  TURPENTINE. Complete Stock  of Varnish,   Calsomine and  Paint   Brushes '  General  MERCHANT  By for Cash and receive your FIVE percent dlscousitat our Store  Church  Notices  US *Ei*1it fj VT*.*f O***   0y* im T iirt'r  wul uu'JUj.oji   Oaf ivvja  Beginning the first Sunday in Mny  i  Junior CougiiKution aud Bible   CIbps  II A. fit.  Pnblio 'Worship, 7:30 P. 34.  Come and help ua to help you.  *_";  If id ifliililij  ^<7W*.*j_   __���������      -hpCil,    19 1-tlt  ^-_o-*u?^_    _-_?3 ���������������j^oase_-_  There's a variety of Sumuier designs in this number o*  Good Dressing which will   please   every  one:  and   we  offer an array of daint}/ Summer materials   which  will  snrely satisry both the taste and the pocket-book. Witb_  Ladies' Heme journal Iatte:_.& aid cvi Vitslih cf   ma  terials to choose from any woman can gratify her taste  for a variety of light, tasteful dresses at a    modest   ex.  pense to her purse.      Come   earl}'���������get   youi    Good  Dressing free.  Creston  NELSON LAND DISTRICT  J J   DISTRIOT  OF WEST KOOTENAY  TAKE notice that W. Arrow smith of  Creston, B. C.  occupation -rancher, intend to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands:- *  Commencing at a post planted on the  east bank of Goat River 330 chains north  from ths north west corner of Subiot is  J| j of Lot 4593, Group 1, thence east 29  chaius, theuce north 80 chains.thence  west 20 chain8 more or less, to the east  bauk of Goat; River, thence southerly a-  iong said east bank of Goat River to the  point of commencement.  William Arrowsmith,  Dato 22 April 1913.  y^_--^^__*-tr_-gjj^:^-SS?rj  FRUIT TREES  AND  ORNAHENTALS  o  VERNON, B. C.  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name.    We carry  all the  leading  varieties  most  suited to this district.    Our specialty is budded stock  W  on three-year-old whole roots. J  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  J. Blitico, Box 29, Creston, B.C. %  4jk ^k ^^ ^X  *m    ������k ^* ^* ^k ������,   .jk ^m ^m ^fc  ^x    m.  ^x   ^x   ^^, - .jj. ^fc ^fi_ ^^ jOm ^fr   J.  Fred L. Carpenter  Pastor  PRESBYTERIAN    CHURCH  Service every Sunday   at  11 a. m  and 7:30 p. m.  Sabbath School at 2:30 p. vo.  Adults Bible Class meets every Thurs  day evening.  W. G. Blake  Minister  ULCERS,   BOILS,   SWOLLEN   GLANDS,   BLOTCHES.  PIMPLES, AND ALL SKIN AND BLOOD mSEASES  ARE COMPLETELY CURED  BY THE  NEW METHOD TREATMENT  "We desire to call the attention of _B those  afflicted with any Blood or Skin Pin ata ****  our Nevr Method Treatment as a eu-tantaed  euro for these eompU���������ats. Tiiero is ao ex-  cusafor any person havings disfigured t&tso  from eruptions and blotches, so natter  ���������\vhfithcr lifirwdifcsry cr acairwS* c^s? "s^^lflA  remedies and treatment \ieutra_sa ill' not*  sons in the blood and expel th*m trom tha  system. Our vast experience in the treatment of thousands of the most serious and  complicated cases enables ua to perfect a  cure without experimenting. Wedot.__nes������  on the plan���������Par Onljr lor tho BanaHt Ym*"  Derive. IC you have way blood dlseaaa, con*.  suit us Fre������ ������f Charge and let- us prof* *������  you how quickiy our remedies wiu remov*  all evidences of disease. Under the iaflueae*  of the Hew Method Traatmuik the tida be-  comes clear, ulcers, pimples and Motclm*  heal up, enlarged gianda aro reduced, ������������������lea  out hair {-rows in again, the eyes oeeoma  bright, ambition and energy return, _ad -is  victim realU-s a new life has opened up ttt  bim.  ���������We carry a,fnll hue of shoes including Chippewa legging shoes. -The cash  store.  NELSON LAND DI STRICT  DISTRICT OF WEST KOOTENAY  TAKE notice that   Arthur Okell,   of  Creston B. O occupation agent intends  to apply    for  permission    to  purchase  the folio,vingde oribc_-_uIs:���������  Commencing at a pout planted on the  east bank of Goat River 400 chains north  west cornsr of Sublot 18 of Lot 4592.  Gronp 1, thence east 20, cbaisp, thence  north 80 chains, thence west 20 chains,  more or less, to the east bank of Goat  River, thence southerly along said bank  of Goat River to the point of commencement.  Arthur Okell  Wm.. Arrowsniith,  Agent  YOU CAN ARRANGE TO PAtAStm  YOU AR- CokEo  CONSULTATION FREE  ��������� ���������***>-r���������*_!_��������� a. .__-.  __*  Sena JVT -*HWM*a������ mn*  S-aww. *m ���������������   ������-������*������Sr  "THE GOLDEN MONITOR" FREK  U unable to call, write fer * Question, I������3  for Horn* Tnatmwat 2 v ti  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold Si,   Detroit, Midi,  All letters from Canada must be addressed  to our Canadian OQS?������Sr'csdsscs Esparto  ment in Windsor, Ont. If ybu desire to  sec ns personaliy call at our IV_edieaI lastitute in Detroit as vvc sseaa-dtrssS  ao pasieats m our Windsor offices -which are for Correspondence a_d  -Laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters as lollO-SS  vRS. KENNEDV & KENNEDY'S Windsor, Ont*  _������7-dtsfor osrpriTatasddrsss.  NELSON LAND DISTRIOT  DISTRICT OF WEST KOOTENAY  TAKE notice that Lonia M. Young of  OrestonB. C.occupation -Lurried Woman _ Date 22 April, 1913.  intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe following described lands ;-  Oommenciug at a post pie nted on the  ease bauk of Goat River 240 ohains north  of the north west corner of Sublot 13 of.  Lot 4502, Gronp 1 theuce east 20 chains,  thence north 80 ohains,   theuce west 20 j absolutely necessary fco prohibit the nn-  Water Notice  Owiug to the sonroity of  water.  The  GoatMonntain Waterworks Co., find i*  ohain-i, moro or less, to the east bank of  Goat River,thence southerly along said  oast bank of Goat River to the point of  oommencenient.  Lonie May Young,  Wm. Arrowsmith,  Date 22 AjA*il, 1910. Agent  m^m _at_4        jmaa max   aa/m __g_gg_^_  Wall  Paper  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  MMMMMMMaailaMNHM^^  CalHouiliiinK. PnintuiK. I*Hp<'i'-lniii������in>������; (' trriajri* nn 1 Hlgu printing.  Lot mo give you advice und cHtimaluH on yonr work. All w rk guni-  nntecd t,<i give Har.iHfnction.  mmmaaaamtaaiamammmaamamammmmmaammmmmmamamammammmmmmmammm^  ****"���������"   "*      '" "**" '���������'������������������ i" .!������������������-���������"������������������������������������������������������'  -,-������������������!������������������ nm in'I ������������������'���������i_    .���������..���������..������������������iM,.ii-,i.���������,.i. I,,,, ^  ��������� ���������ii_������i,..i. *m,n*mrm���������aim.m.m,..,.   i mmnwm.,. i. ,m , m M ��������� ,���������  POOLE   B     W aaL_l_^l_0H Btf8������H   Q-9  MT  Shop on Sirdar Ave, next to McCrcath's Livery  VOW WILL SAVE r/SOffEY SY GETTBMC MY E^T! MATES  NELSON LAND DISTRIOT  DISTRIOT OV WBST KOOTENAY  TAKE notico that James T. Burgess  of Kitchener, B. C ouuupuiiuu agent,  lutonda to apply for per mission to pur*  ohaso tbo followiug lands:���������  Oommonoing nt n post pinutad ou  the east hank of Gont River 100 chains  north of the northwest ooruor of Sublot  lllof Lot 4503, . Group 1, thonoo oast 20  chaiiiH, thonoo north 80 chains, thonoo  west 20 ohains, moro or lass, to tho onst  bunk of Goat Rlvoi*, thonoo Bouthorly a-  long said oast bank of Goat Rlvor to tho  point of commencement.  Tiwiiim ���������Plifimim 'Miifwripn  Wm. Arrowsniith  Pitt* 22 April, 1������1K. Agont.  neoessary use or waste of wnter nud  hereby give notico thnt the boars for  sprinkling lawns or flower gnrdens shnll  be between 7:30 o'clock and 9 o'clock in  the evening only.  In no onoo snail the wnter bo allowed  for irrigating purposes Parties will also kindly uoto that according tj contract thoy aro supplied with wator for  domostlo purposes only���������whould thoy ro-  quire if ior Iiiwiih or flower gardous  application unusfhc mado to  tho sooro-  IrUlJT    Ul.   UIIU   rWUUlplJjUjr      IU.      U   fj*l* XXHV,  Our col loo tor has boon Instructed to  not In aooordnnco with thoso rogulntious  nud nny persons found guilty of tho in-  fraction of thoso regn a i������ n * nro liablo to  have tholv wator supply shut off.|  Those regulations to romuin in forco  until   tho aist'dny of Angust, 19ia.  J. Mallandnlno,  Oreston, B. O , Soo'y.  Mny 10, 1013.  H*****,,*. m,Xmxt 0m     If^tmx.mX m.m*m. mm    Mm. mm    mmt ... mm  lUIWMiV    ������������������v*������-'������a.'������4������S'������-������     SUM   4>/a*wlM  PhOSWhonoI I������������f?'������ ������very nerve In the body  /Im und vitality. I'ronmtiirn drrny and oil i"������x������*l  jvnaknans averted at cur*. j(*iu>a|*.lkAunl win  make you a naw mnn. 1'rlce ������() a l������ox. or two for  ������*>. Mai Ind to any addreas. Vim *>ooIm������U JUruM  _������������., HI. owttuarlnoa. On*.  Get that leaky  boiler fixed  TlNgniTHlNQ^LUMBINCt and PIPE FITTING  Guns, bicycles, phonographs, spray pumps, sewing  machines and cream-separators promptly and efficiently repaired.  -BB-fl  i_  Expert on Gasoline Engines  Itepair   Shop  behind Creston  Hardware and Furniture Store  OO THROUGH THE ALLEY  Wm. B. Embree ^  i  i  I will bo nt tho Oroston MoionutUo  store on Mny 38th and 2QUi to do optical work. Noonso too difficult;,. All work,  gnnrnntood. Ooiioulatlons froo Remember tho date.  .r. ,T. Wiilki'i'  Grndnnto Optician  I  wmmtmimi  ������l--N--Ki-ttW  5  lil  iftl���������BH'ir.Wr'1  mmSSS.  Hi


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