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Creston Review Apr 17, 1913

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Array B_SS  am  ^!'^.*W'*.;*.^  l\  A  ^gm^^A^m^  ^o^/  I"-1 ���������I  ALL THE NEWS  of the CRESTON  ������|      j        DISTRICT  111  All Roads In Hast and West Kootenay Lead to Creston  PpQTON R  JL   \������ JaL ___/ m^J      SL      ^k^^^ JL      i     JL     x^  mJ  i   SENT TO ANY!  ADDRESS   FOI  $2.00 A   YEARg  No. 25, $th Year.  CRESTON,  B.C,    FRIDAY*   APR, 17,   1913.  Single Copies 5c  91ST AMMIWUSiRY OF  JVlany Changes Have   Taken   Place  Since Flayor Little First Sei=  tied in Valley 21 Years Ago  Twenty-one   years    ago on the fif-  [teenth of   April, Mr.    Fred G. Little  i wandered   into the Creston Valley in  [search   of a good   place in which to  [settle.      Upon entering the vaiiey he  at once made up his mind that it" was  the ideal    place    for a home and immediately decided to settle here.  Mr.  Little    was the    first   settler in this  valley,    where today the bench lands  are dotted     with fruit ranchers, who  ���������have improved their land and planted  fruit troes    that are now bearing tire  finest kind oi fruit.  CLIMATE.  The climate of the Creston district  is so mild in winter that seldom does  the mercury touch zero, and ia summer the weather is very warm, which  is so beneficial for ihe cultivation  and coloring of fruit.     Cool evenings  ���������iOW*sver, a  Erickson is of a more sandy character. Four-fifths of the entire valley  is free from stone and gravel. The  land is practically level and mostly  covered with timber. Fine government roads are plentiful, one being  nearly twenty. miles in length. Soil  to suit any kind of vegetables may be  secured in this valley. Creston has  the largest continuous af-ea of fruit  lands of any district in the interior  of British Columbia. The area of  the Creston district is one-fifteenth  of the entire fruit lands of British  Columbia.  PROGRESS     OF    FRUIT   INDUSTRY.  The progress   of the   fruit growing  industry     of    this   district has been  very rapid.      Five years ago      there  ^snasE s %&%*  ^ss s  Though Comoaratsvelv  yon City Shows Qood  ==Good Social  ng Can  egress  rc a   nerSistent factor for    were 150 fruit   trees shipped in     f.ic  Although  Canyon  City lias bwn oh 1  I? nva;������ only about   fi.ur years,      Mie  i progress    .-luring that     tune  is si-iiie-  th n ���������:, nr r elotis -.nd    spc-i! s wrllj'ji-.- J  '��������� -'���������'!  the pr-'.s. tcls i f that, place.      As '"'  ,\ '  f: * -it   "Towing district  it   has alre-jd .;  ! pro tn to be one of thj best. Th_  i ���������'      .      '  oldest    orchard   there   is only about  three \.ars old and last year     sonip  excellent   specimens     oi apples     ami  i  peach's    were exhibited from several  of the trees.      A stranger coming in-  to I'll -t va'.ley four years affo     would  oalv sha' e his heed and sav th?re   rs  1 no Uo?   in s?ttling here,   why     ther^  I isn't even a   straight road.       Today  Mil re    are   not only good government  io..ls,   but    improved     fruit ranches  branch of    the   Great  Northern rail-' ot a   mi*e    fuom   each station. While   ���������n ** fom':l a" alm^ tlv'"s:> r0a<ls-  way,   having the main line at    Bon-    this district is    favored thus in     the MOIST IRK.  ners    Ferry,    Idaho.      The town lies    matter    of     railway   transpor'atio i, '     Molstur:*.   is    rtlenli'.il,    as it rains  St* ^*% Stir-tjnmm.tr.      _*T-������*  IO Oialtai^JV^-U v v ���������������***.  va -JM 1   lilVLn   v/a*_iniv-fi^t> x* ������������������������������������ ���������������   *** ���������    ���������#���������������������������    ���������*���������-.���������������.���������������������-��������� ���������    ���������- ���������.-. -w , .     w    _ - .���������  the    enjoyment of    repose. The early I district   while in   the spring of 1908   midway between and about a quarter    ranchers have an    additional  a_v*:n*  evcrv    nvc-niii   anu  bountiful    crops.       Ths   average annual precipitation is 2!) inches. Summer   frosts    are absolutely-unknown,  owiiii    to  the   excellent  air  drainage  tliroiijih the valley.     There are somc-  thin-g o.ir S.000 acri-s of ian I in thi*:  valley suitable for    settlers and     already during the short while it     has  been on      the   market several      hundred acres have been taken np.  SOIL.  The soil is chiefly of a sandy nature, which is very adaptable for  th-} raising of vegetables as w*-ll as  fruit. In some places the soil is an  alluvial clay on a clay subsoil. Practically all of the valley is free from  stone and gravel.  MARKET!-., .  While at thi?   present time there is  * not much   fruit to be shipped crtside  j of   the   local   market,    Canyon City,  tizMM  titim  ���������Uf������,'.s,  ��������� ti;;tissm  titiMm*  i .ij     "��������� -        ,. j*"&*������*-    *���������  ��������� >pv- ���������"���������  MgH-^a, -tat-  .������*  about 18,000 young trees were received here and in 1013 we expect lo  double that amount.  MARKETS  While there is a   splendid local tie-  maud   for      products   the    principal  markets for   the Creston District are  the big   centres    <<f the Crow's Nest  1'ass   and all    cities as far east     as  Fort William   and Chapleau, and    as  far   nirth   as    Athnbasca     Landing.  Cresloiv is absolutely 21 houm nearer  tlu**   market     that  any other     fruit  growiiif*! district in llrltish Columbia  or South East Kootenay, and can be  placed   on the   markets   in   the coal  The soil ol    tlio Creston district u:' iXrA\ xvln������*ii*t   lU'lds   of     the    Caiuwlian  an ulluvtat     il.iy on    a ciay .su'..m?j.   nory,\vi.:vi without, liaip.liipnient,.  This does hot, however, apply to the  entile    vallev     n������  ���������springs    are also    ve.p favorable   to  .���������gardening   and(the hndding ot     fruit  trees.     The autumns are very     long  and the    weather is nn ideal   Indian  siiuiincr.       Violets and    wild .straw  berries bloom as late as November.  SUCCESS WITH FRUIT.  It has    been    about  lifUun     years  .since the   pioneers of the fruitY industry   planted     the first,   trees    in  the  Creston   district   in an   cxpeiiiuenUI  ins-ion , with     stub succrss that the  attention of the settlers bcgsMi lev   be  exclusively given to    tha v-a������t     fruit  growing   possibilities   of the district.  son..  1>|AMU>*    M>l> <0     Wfc  Creston is well favored im the mat-  the  lower beneli' (,.,-  ���������f  11 ������������������iM-.-nnrt nl Irvn T������   l������i served  .,4..1.1.   ������,....|..|    '   , ,, /-, ,���������      .    ������,       ��������� r ..     .     ���������������   ,.,.  liy     \il\\f    V.4j41ur..luit    X  IIVUIK    Xm,,, .. m.y  ^a_-^s  /^---l--Hn--_  g ,.   js4* j^^mmtm^^m^^^^mm^^^xmii^m^^miti  i like Crestonj has the'Crow's Nest  Tass centres and prairie towns in  wliieh to innr^jmicr, fruit. Fruit  can be iilacud on the C.P.R. at Go������t  Hirer station and can be placed    on  j the   markets    in tint coal aaul wheat  ' fields the same day without transshipment. .   Strawberries shipped   at  ��������� noon   will arrive io the coal     towns  ; and     putt     ot     tne prairies  1 same day.  uio  1 "j *���������*���������"    ~ ��������������������������� -���������  ���������   ~*  the ("row's  Nest Branch  iuiwl by    a  age. ol many goon wagon nnuu..    nr-   i������������������������������-.���������.".>    ..^......i,    . .....  tween    Kitchener   and    Coal fell, tht; i Kootc-iiay, arc two miles of roadway  ie.., i I ..-I,;,.fi  ..!���������<���������     lirtir  "J  (Oontlnutd o������ J?*t-������ ���������)  WAGES.  In our new and   rapidly developing  ! district, industrial conditions are na-  I  1 turally   very   progressive.   The pros-  | perity of fruit growing along       with  , lunvberitij*;,   ininini*;,   <-te (   ore  in      full  I svvitiir,     Siuniuer or winter       waiccs  I remain    the   same.        The following   ' tire the   prevailing wages:     On fruit  "n "'-'"'"''������������������"'���������-���������' i  ....������������������rini- rmivnietlnn' **->'c1k's ViAtt.   per day; bushmen   aud  i  (Ocntlnutd oft Pftf* *)        , .  ���������,..,....,..������..,-������������,������( -,������.i .mwiiimii.iii. i ill 4>M.������,.ii������.,i)������ ,,),,,iilli,,,,i,iu������i4������ii������,.,������,a,I iiiiiii.riiii.lnr. llllll,llilli������4i,aaMll.i..,I  l������4_������^j^iiiiii������'a������i������i������Bi'lilaui������P������wi������Miliiaa������B,i^������(|il������.ii������i;lw.a>,iM^  mmmmmmmmm  ^^Xtm&&  9_B_!________I__^^  iSB_SSwniS5MMi���������iB���������55_���������i  *m r"1T.*T?<Sl'T,,r^'M      ���������nTitTT-nnr  oxviii*-- _ \jbi     x*i._L v iili vy ,  J~'T-.l",C������rr^>-T T>  \>X\i_l_ i ij W , li.  ^#fe*^  1ST PERFECT MADE  MAKES LIGHT  WH0L|S0r1E BREAD.  REFUSE SUBSTITUTES  Particular  How do you like the little girl who  has just   nu>vi.*'l  in  next door.  Mabel?  My mamma doesn't '.ot me play with  her.  Don't you like her?  Uh-hnh!  Then why doesn't your mother let  you play  with her?  'Cause sho never wants mo to play  i  PEKIN    MOURNS    DEAD    EMPRESS  Impressi*. ������������������   Ceremonies   Helj   Outside  ihe City Attended by Chinese and  Foreigners  Pckln. China.���������A   largo   continuous  stream of t.orc igners anc! Chinese nave  attended the memorial service for the i  late dowager empress.       On the con-  ���������., ? hi      Xi"    ,vl,,     r,Tiiler sPa������ ol' u^ "larhlo bridge o l side  with    peolrs   little   g.rls   who   calls   the Ticm.n gate is a temporary pavil-  llieir mauls   lured girls. ,on of imi)erial       ,loW sil]    abated  For   DISTEMPER  R^KJ^^&OTJig  Sui-p cure and positive pi-fvpntiv*-. nn mutter lmw b<nr=t-a  .it nny nse aro infect pel or "exposed." I.iauio. Biveu nn \ no  tongue, nets on the Blood and Glands, expels tho poisonous  crms    from    the    bndv. Cures    I>"st.rinn*-'i-    I"    l->'"f*s    ������������������;"*  i-heep.   find  Cholera   ir.  Poultry.   I-arscst   sellins  live sloe*  '**���������  medy.     Cures   "La   Grippe  among   human   heiiiKs  and   ip  !\." '*  kidney  remedy.     Cut   this out.       Keep  it.       Show *>*   '? >'    r  Urugpist.   who   will   set   it   for  you.        l-Yee   BooUlet.      u.m.(.hi  per.   Causes   and   Cures." ^,mm.c  DISTRIBUTORS���������ALL  WHOLESALE   DRUGGISTS  SIOl'N (ID I Ix IC, (liv ������ ������ in fi. er'c!������|i:tr. Gciltr, lie'., V. S. A.  Grating  Life is just one grand sweet, song.  Huh!  Well?  That, may be. but too blamed many  of us can't, find the tunc for tho var-  i iations, and the rest are mostly oft" the  ���������key.  The Modern View  He married his affinirv.  Up did?  Yes.  Mercy! I never heard of such a  thing'!  Why shouldn't he?  But they aren't affinities after they  are marrlotT.       *  ���������  Worms are encouraged by morbid  conditions of the stomach and bowels,  and so subsist. Miller's Worm Powders will alter these conditions almost  immediate]'-'.a,njl rill sweep .the worms  away. No ':"ie"s*!riK'Tivp'- parasitp  live in contact with this  -which is not oniy a worm  but a health-givins nvlieine  eficiai to the yonn.z const it  as  such  it   has tto  superior.  c:ia  medieine. j  Ir.'Stroyer. j  most ben- j  irfon   ati '  FRENCH   ARMY   CHEERED  Remarkable  Patriotic  Outburst at  Annual   Review of the  Garrison  of  Paris  Paris, France. ��������� Three huirhvd  thousand Parisians turned mil to cheer  at the Yinceiines reviuw the *!''.(i o  .men who form the garrison ol'  Paris.  Although the revivw is an .innsi.il  affair it was made a national L. i*'d*iy .  Tile president, ol" the republic dro*. r  out. Vr.ieennes in a landau drawn  by four horses with artillery! n-n riding postilion. The minister ot" war  sat by li\ttt i.i t . j*"carriag ���������-���������>'.* and General  Jeff re.   the     goneral-in-chi-.'f.     of     li r  ou  No Such Thing  ^he s3.it! I wti? rt!"h-"*r -.-  She did?  Yes.  and  that   friend   of  Oh. well, she'll get over it  Mean   thins.  i- reucn   army,   sat  Mme.    Po ine a re  another   carriage.  ���������j a b lie   appeal ance  Opposite. ^  had   diivi'n   i  ll.   was   In-  without   her  aers  sa:  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.  GOOSE-STEP   FOR   GIRLS  Land  rir'im':"  ore;  1' o '.  the.  ic .  I'l'OW  he became pi\ si  !i u:  i ii  n   tn,,  str,'r'-<  v-a-  e!i" hus't'.s'.ic *.���������   \  o'clock  the crowd  for  ���������  hve  mil.'s  eck.  when x  welcome  : ..    .v    V. 1 .... J.    .,  in  c;rcui  can n-.  iei\  hr-  *!i :ir  .!   a  V.  Sure Enough  There's no curse like ill health.  Oh,  1 don't  know.     It has its uses.  Name one.  It   has  sot   several   notable   persons  of the penitentiary.  TIGHT CMW  AND CURE A COLD  RUB ON NERVILINE  No   Remedy   Half  so   Efficient  **1  didn't  have  io  sillier  I,.110;  with a  S.U'e.   wi'iee/y   il'us". i   hid   a   liliji.ll>  bail cold- --ii he l'l nie like a vise, lull  ! knew what to do. 1 took half a tea-  spounfu! ot Xi r\ iliac iu hot wa'or  and * ulil���������<.-ii :uy r.eck and chest every  '.ui!f ii;n:r .111 i-.n.-; I he. evening. Vou  woit'ei li ;rdly cuv.lit the way Nerviline  hu-se.i np liui ii.^in chest, enablei' nie  in hr, ailie l;Ue a free man, fiave tne  i euifor:   in a ic w   hours. "  erieiu-e of .1 .   P.   l'U-  wii   resident   ef   Hur-  lu       thousands       of  is   used   every   day.  It   a   l:ft;c   emu   has   a   siek   stomach.  will sulliee.       If ihei'c  .!  i ins  is i ne e\;  nd.   a   w.'il   km  t'^     Corners.  me>   Nerviline  a   little   ehihl  >i a few drop.-  on ���������  an>  a  ii oi  w::e.  C;icc'".m  ,0\  of     Physical  :n   Pan's  ona!   congress  icai   t'd-.te'i':e'i  e.        The  ���������c.  International   Congress  Education   Open  Paris.���������The   internat  and   exhibition  of   phy:  ���������was  inau.e"ura*ed  at   t'n---   *  cently. by  President  Poirt  delegate   from   Turkey   ���������_!���������  part of the defeat, intliet-  lies   on   the   Turks   was  physical infer  Anion; th-'  by fifty girls  of Gymnasrif  ranged from 1  ���������well built :-.nd  ���������white bieu.-'-s  slclrts and biaek sroekinas.  imnossiide to tire them and th- i  In*-*- exercise, a stac-iito kalian  tion of the goose-step, caused  Jp. lghter.  . .i e e i    a 1 r  Thirt:  'iv.'Zaxttr>.  ���������And   cava  by ;h--- pr  u::e  end  Ot;-..';   ��������� 1  Ti:-.'   -  1.1 SS:  :"e':*...'  ,'s. li-ih:  .ua'.". ties  review  re  w are. ;y  is pain  aiw ay s  est of any  si^e, C>iV.;  sterekeere  bowel   iii.;.order   or   diarrlioea.  small   dose   is   required ln-  \iy  outwardly,   wherever  there  .������������������!��������� iutlatunnition. Nerviline will  lieve quickest and cure surc-  reteedy   known.  sir all   bottle   *-'i>c  <  and  druggists.  or  arse.i  .1  wonder  ���������ruid'.uc .  ca tpai  Ks throu  i~   nlavi  I'atart he.'one t'o ..  Huffulo, N . Y .  .1 ?>y  the  d*i*'   tri  iority  of the  Turks,  displays   i������iv>?n   wa--   ,  i ruin   1 >!������������������   ti.,^.> ti.   1.1.-   .  s   at   Turin,   whose  n to 25.       They w-re  vigorous, and wi    - io  with  naw  blr.* i\i\ i  Ir  see.'!  n -*-  -���������.n  1  Wonderful what a difference good  fortune makes to a man. lt often en-  ..'ro.-.;:. peep'.' who haven't - -town him  fer   years   to   recognize   him   on   the  street.  witii novvers. 'rhe pavilion contains:  the dowager's portrait and saerifical i  utensils. Here the general public per-1  forms sacrifices to tlie impress' mem-';  ory, while ou he road vast crowds!  stand  gazing. I  Passing the Tie nan aud Titan gates, !  both bountifully decorated with tlow- j  ers end shells eimnieiating the virtues of ihe dead, visiters enter a sec-|  ond inelosuro by passing over the con-1  tral marble bridge. They then lace;  the Wu gale, uiu'ei- the center of  'which hangs the dowaiii r's portrait.!  the wo.k ol" ;*. celebrated Chinese art-;  list. I  I     In froni  o," and lienea'h the per'r.-     j  lis the dragon  throne   t. pifving lhe de-1  j parted  grandeur   both   of  the  dowager I  iand   the d>n;isi>.     The  throne  stands ;  i at  lhe rear o   a  dais. Ihe ceilings and  i sides nf which are gorgeously betlow-  , otvd   and   bella.ugcd.     Above   the   dais  are four characters .si.i',nil'.viiig that the  dowager   was   one   among   the   women  lit ting to ran'', wiih tbe two first groat  Chinese  emperors.     To  the  right  it*.  seme yards distant  from the dais is a  yellow draped  plat form, on  w".   eh  are  monks and  pries':-*,  whose solemn and  impressive   dirges   alternate   with   the  louder and  less penetrating strains of  a   Chinese   baud   similarly   situated   to  the  left   of  the dais.  Ascending the steps to the right of  the Wu gate is a constant stream of  Chinese Mniiciiiis. Mongols. Mnhomma-  dens aud Tibetans. Removing their  head oovoriupr th halt hof e the  portrait, how thrice, and pass on.  Kereigners are verted to the left  outside the line of mourners.  The  eenmil   f'mure  on   the  dais  are  Pt-inca   l-'iilun.   robed   in   white   sheepskin,   and   also   a   Mongolian   bmlclha.  who with members of the funeral committee, addressed  the throng, eulogizing   the  dowager.  Look ing backward from th.; Wu gate  Family1 one   see?,   an     interesting    concourse.  ar   ad   principallv  or   Chinese  and   Manchus.  The: men. women and children. In resnlen-  j dent'   attire,   while   groups   of   w-hite-  | robed eunuchs stand silent and sullen  as thous'h resenting the public "oartic--  nation   in   the   fun������r-������l   c~remo*"ues   ef  the last reigninsr adult of the M-mchu  dvnacty  on   which   -hey  t;   ened.  .1  vv  ���������������������������J  li  .1 ��������� >  varia-  muc'a  ���������merit  Aesthetic Gir"  'Maude has broke . her en..  ������������������with Harry.  Por what .rrns.qn.?.  ^'he sa'.'r, with  "her dark  bl".o disposition  and his pink hair she is afraid  that   they   would   not   be   able  to  har-  ������������������monize  tlie   house   furnishings.  r  no'.ioe  reft;  f'I'-'    :'n ..pa  :,i!l were ���������  Or.e spea  we will <::ve  eiass a2a;*.'..-"*  who are iis'e:  ar-- ^.\\r at Yi  It is report  recruit  name  ;:. .       1 -.ey       nan     .'������������������  te a:t"."."e-iis*~.  attd  'uaek  were earv'ed. thoush the  to I-'--  their bearers 11:1-  sreeehes against th.*  Poor Substitutes  le  had no auu;  to go to  Nor aunt thai   had a cent.  ���������v.-d   so  the  careless   sluggard  Off to his "uncle" went.  POPULAR YOUNG  11*1 ilUIi-l\    a. nxtaxij  .UALITY is the secret of the McLaughlin reputation  for carriage building. Quality is the reason for  Canada's Largest and Best Equipped Carriage Factory���������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  this company more than 44 years ago.  m  amf  saw  ������C"  s   ss_  #   if*  tue  mar-  Carriages are not the lowest priced carriages on      ket, but they are by far the cheapest in the end.   Nothing i  u"v uit  -col    _i  llldl-lltll,  _-.Hl   SHU     WU1 IMUdllSUip    iS    gOOCi    i  enough for us, and we are satisfied to abide bv  YOUR  decision.  Large stocks carried at our branch houses and agencies  throughout Western Canada.  is Carriage Co., Limited,  OSHAWA  Western Branch   Houses���������Winnipeg,  Regina,  Saskatoon.   \ 1  Calgary, Vancouver. j "  I ne  \treuteiy  cor sail'.:  tnettt   e  class.  ���������  in" to r  leouri et  3,^    fn-.i"  Vl-ei  "t:i  as th:ty  e'vi'.   wt  want w-ar.  r���������vvar of  twee:',  vou  What is more pathetie than a mid-;  ,-;lh> aged person trying to make him-;  self and others believe he is young?    j  TELLS     WHAT     DODDS      KIDNEY  PILLS  DID   FOR   HIM  ie antt taos't  w:  An irueia that a  i Pone   elk' was disqualified   hy   the   examining   council   as   he ;  hail   lost  the  use  of  the  forefinger of-  his right hand       When ho was informed   Thar   if  Iv  hnd  lost   the   finger  altogether he would have been aecepr-d  le* declared that he would undergo the  neeessarv operation.     The finger was.  amnutated  and he was placed on the j  active list. i  The man who is anxious to oblige  never gets rusty for lack of opportunity to practice his theory.  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere.  Yo.u can never tell what a man is  until you have seen him tested by-  prosperity as well as adversity, and  then you can onl;- hazard a guess.  ,      "Nothing   Uncertain   About   Him  Do you know anything about Pinks?  Pinks?  Yes. He has applied to me for a  job, and I want to know if he is reliable.  You bet.  Is he?  Ho is. You can rely on blm to  carry away anything thai isn't being  (���������at upon by the owner and to lie when : Victim of Three Clever Swindlers She  It is easy enough to be good when  the devil has nothing really interesting in sight.  pil.PR  r.URPD   IM  r. ���������O  14  DAYS  Vmn- ilriiffcist will rofuni!  money If PAZO  OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itch-  uik.    Ulnit.   HU-edmi;   or   l'roinulim.'   Pilei  in  i". tn H  <lays.    60c.  COUNTESS LOSES JEWELERY  he's cornered.  DOCTORS ADVISE  OPERATIOB-S  Saved by Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound.  Swarthmoro,   Perm. 4'<ifegpr ...fifteen  yeara I suffered untold &g-ny, wi.d for  on<������ period Ofvhearly  two years I harl heni-  orrhjfjjus  and   the  doctors   told   me   I  would  have  to un-  di-rujo an operation,  but I bepan taking  Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable   Compound   nnd   am   in  good health now.    I  am  all _V-_r  the  Change of Life and  ���������cannot praise your Vegetable Compound  too highly. Every woman should take it at  "thttt. time.     \ rrvfimmi'ii'l ir to both old  und young for female troubles." ���������Mrs.  Emily KnMMKt'snii.i., Swarthmor.', Pa.  Canadian Woman's l-:x|M*ri<'iu*o:  Fort William , Ont.��������� "1 feel as if 1  ���������could not tell others enough  ni>"Ut.  ihe  Ko...u   l.ymi   V..   Pinkhar.**.'.".   Vriretabic  Compound has done I'm* rie-.    I was weak  nnd tired .'irul I could no' r,--t ni;ditf.     A  fr:������������������*"���������/! r������������������'���������'��������������������������� ��������������������������������� .-������������������,|--,i ���������������������������,���������!������������������' ',,<��������������� -.������,������-.���������..l i.vd  I noon gained hr-altli  ni.d st rr-iu'th and  could net wish tn s!,'-'p I,������������������'I'-r.    1  k re.w  other women who hie. ������������������ taii'-n it fni* the  name purpose arid tlmy j"in i*.-��������� in pniiJ-  ingit."���������Mrs. Wm. A." Mn-rv. ���������'.::! "������������������'uuth  ViekarSli t, Fort Wiiiiun.s, (inturio.  Accidentally IVVeets in Cafe  Berlin, Germany.���������A Russian woman  Countess Skossireffs, has fallen a  vlctilnuj^o three . accomplished Berlin  swindiors^losing in their company  jewelry valued at 8���������Iii.000.  No Rest With Asthma. Asthma usually attacks at night, the one 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's Asthma  Remedy has proved Its merit through  years of service. A trial will surely  convince you.  The trouble Is the politicians don't  The countess, .who appears to be of j Just "ndorstanrt what would happen to  the   graft.   Industry   If   women   were  t,  ,���������   J'r.|-|ll|l.,.  l.'.Yill   li.  t.T.'.O-  , i't it  Pink-  ��������� ��������� . ir-  .'-"kii'c v.'i- gu.if;i*.?,-'- ti  tiifilM w/liich '.v.. jrubli-di nr  not. fair to pupjio.-ie th,-.: if  ^lllrl'M   V'.'i'et ill ill-  C ill.I ��������� ,,  til" to help the:..- v.i,ii,.:. it ,'. i.l l.*J.p ai.y  0.t\\,.0 i������'i,i.,rin wlwi im -ii \\ ,-riiii' Ui i������ Id.'"  llUlIlllel ?  If you fintit spei'ljil  iiil> lee lirlk- lo  I.y-jhl Ik l'lnkham JHeilii inr ������:������������. (i-onll-  . *. . i.. i    ������    ������������ v .... i. 11 :ii  h������������ onened. rend nml minwi-n-il by 11  VToman  inn!   lull?  in   iilrirt  nuiliilini ������������������.  VV.    N     11      O'fi  a very unsophisticated    nature,    had j  been spending some time on the Rlvi-j  era.      Returning home via Berlin, she i  hnd sonu\ hours .to wait for a train to!  St. Petersburg, and she employed the I  interval by visiting a well-known Berlin  cafe.       She sat  down at a table  occupied by a pretty girl, who told the  tf-gOfttt'ss  that she    was    an    itctress  Kaftlhs for her husband.  j.'/I^'Ih gentleman soon arrived, intro-  fi'iicing  himself  with"si' high-sounding  aristocratic name.    Another man presently   joined   the  party  and   he   was  also introduced as of noble and ancient  iiiieagi.-.      All were very agreeable together, ami one of the men proposed  visits 10 other cafes and  finally to a  cinematograph  theatre.  4\t  this last place or ontort.-.lnrnent  , the   woman   it   was  suggested,   should  ) pur.   In   the  cloak-room   not  only   her  i wraps but a hand-bag to which she np-  I eared very much attnehed,     She part-  | id  with  the bag, sh    said, wil". gresit  i unwillingness, as It contained her jew-  I elrv.   but   ihe   Herlln   nobles   lold   her  I that   it   wiuiM   be   all   right   and   thai  i'ln-y  would  guarantee Its safety.  i     During the pi-rfnrinnnce the woman i  ! no-iced thnt the your.g actress and her!  hu-band   had  retired.     She asked  for j  ,-ni   explanation   fiom   her   other   com-*  p.'iu'on.  '������������������"I   w,,s  'old  ilint   Ihey  were ;  ! ���������!,'icphonlng. bnt  as they wore so long|  l about   It   lm  would  just   stop  out   and,  , ..,.,,      Hi. did  not  return "i'her.    Tie1  , i,,, n : ��������� : -.-.   grow iiiu   ul i: iei-,1,   as   oa,-  of  iih,   t obb-tnen  hnd hi r cbuikroom tick-1  ' ,.���������    p fi  ipe iheatfi', and  was Infurnuul  i,v " e elicil; riioui w-iiinn that the bag I  had bei n ui', eu up on tin1 presold nt ton  ,,���������  .),,. i eki-t  bv lew of the men.  Tie*  v,iiinin   rn: led   off   io   the   police,   bill  ...   i. ,-  ��������� i.i i ���������������  he   In en  no  Irnee of the ,  permitted  lo  . muse  themselves  with  the little white ballot.  He's Back at Work Again, After Suffering from the Pains, Nervousness  and Deprsssion that Only Kidney  Disease  Can   B.ing.  Point Alexander, Out., (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 hi.s cure is  due to Dodd's Kidney  Pills.  "I was always tired and nervous,"  Mr. Froncare says, in speaking of his  illness. "I suffered from backache  and neuralgia, and my sleep was  broken and unrefresiling. My eyes  were puffed and there were dark red  circles around them.  "My muscles would cramp. I felt  heavy and sleepy afterwards, and ]  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 heavy; and I had a -ragging  sensation across the loins.  "My symptoms led nie to believe 1  had kidnev disease, and 1 started to  use Dodd's Kidney Pills.    1 have taken  eight boxes in all.    and    1    am    vory   banlc  grateful   for   the   benefit   I   have   re  _^'.^.^attiiWfe?i  RaB���������l���������Ar.'tRWB  tfAiiiwgk  MMiTK.n. ''Y^f6$r^R?FQ  ijD   i jniD  A Splendid 10 cent Household Specialty is being introduced  all over Canada. It is appreciated by the Thrifty Housewife  who wants things "Just a little better." Send post card to-day.  Simply say:-_  'Send package of household specialty advertised in my newspaper'  That's all���������You will be delighted! Pay if satisfied-we take  the risk-Address P. O. Box 1240, Montreal, Can.  This offer expires June 1st, 1913. Send to-day.  Occasionally wo meet a man whose  idea of getting c .en with a fellow ho  doesn't like e.ons.ista in kicking his  pet dog on the sly.  No, Loss  How do you feel about woman suffrage?  Well, T am willing that, a woman  should vote If she wants lo, but, she  can't voto nnd have my seat in the  street   ear  too.  Well, ns she seldom gets your Beat  I suppose thai she won't loso anything  by voting.  The Test  Hsis she a good husband?  You bet.  Mow good is he?  For any  reusunablu amount  at  The Only Way  llrlnkn looks downhearted tills  morning. Ho has just found out tlmt  he   must   marry.  Marry! Th-inks?  Why, how  Is  thai?  His'In!her gave him mil \v.o (lilts  morning Hint he would no longer mip-  porl  hlni.  Smart Landlady  She always tries to hnvo her bniinl-  ; r:; meet  :i lot of pretty glrlft.  Why?  She says n young iiian never eais  nuieh   when   be   Is   In  love.  'h  Rr-iUinr) tt  to  Hlni Ontly  ;,] ;(i|i|e,    vv ill    Villi    IIUI I'l'V    Hie .'  '.\'r||.   i  i,.-1 i-i i ��������� -.   llll Mill;  about  \\ m,i '    >���������.  S. ��������� 11111 ���������   *- ���������  ���������ne   -at"- :i -������1  I'.i e,       .1  . i i>i    i it i ii i,   .1 inei      i  11 ! 11   r . 111 |   11 111   ��������� 11 ' JI I >  i im**, i  celved from  them.  If the disease is of the kidneys or  from the kidneys, Dodd's Kidney Pills  will cure it.  GUN   PRACTICE   FROM   AIRSHIP  Trial  Proves Conclusively that it can  be Done With  ������ LIffect  Berlin. Germany.���������Shots wero fired  frtmi machine guns on the upper deck  (the top of the gas envelope) of the  now Gorman army Zeppelin airship  7, \ during a war olllee trial trip near  Frledrlchshafen, recently.  Although tho wind was blowing at  forty-ono". lies an hour fhe gun practice waa carried out to tin: satisfaction  of a military commission. An of-  llclal coininunlquo, which doscrlhoa  tho ovont aa of 'epoch-making import-  unco,' stales that the trial proves conclusively that It Ih possible to work  eomlorlably und wllh accuracy with  machine gunn, from tbo decks of Zoji-  polln alrtdilpn. Captain von Piitean  tho naval ox peri, of tlio Taegllclio  llundachau. statu.t thu', thero Is room  for uix machine gunn on the top of a  '-ounolln airship.  The  VoHHlrtcho  Zeitung  states  that  tho   greater   part   of     the     $5,000,000  shortly to ho provided for the German  ! air  lice:   will   be  .kvot'.'d  to  building.  I wllh   nil   possible  Mpnod,   (en  nimbi pa  I of the /.eppoll'* type.      It hi expected  i thai   live of Iho vessels will be Incnr-  perilled In the air licet by tlio middle  iofihlH"   nr.      The German admiralty  1 Is est eliding Uh k.vsiimii of wiiferplanu  1 .���������unions.      it i* proposed to establish  ! ten   -six  1111   the  North  sou  r-oiml  mil  ', four on  the  lhiltle  Hard on -Brown ���������>  Brown haB sold that auto of his.  Yes, and also sold the man who  bought. It, I should say.  Do you suppose he can collect on  both sales?  Not, If the. buyer discovers the second sale before he settles for the  first.  Clever Bell  Bell  is learning dressmaking.  Is she?  Yes. "���������        ';  Iri order, to make her own clothes, I  suppose,  r Not ut aU.     In order to earn money  enough   to   hire   a   modiste   to   make  thom for her.  Makes us Honest  Before tho penny slot machine  Put matches In our way  An honest, man lu other things  For matches wouldn't pay.  The man    who    keeps    his   friends  guessing should be considerate enough  to offer  (Ion.  a prize' for the correct hoIii-  -    ��������� ������������������'. Nothing for It  This dipt weather is intolerable.  But think hbvv much-we need It!  Need..'It!..,Huh!  Sure, it\an!  ,  For (he corn crop.  What do I care about the corn crop!  I am a coal .dealer.  .  .  She la tho very last word in pretty  girls.  Oh, I don't know.  Hut sho Is hand pnlntcd.  If thero wer> a credit man to pass  upon the conversational soundness of  people how ninny would go Into bankruptcy at once?  :e  In Body's Tissues  ut  "Onr bodies," sayu Huxley, "may  be likened lo an eddy In (he river,  which roiaiiiH Its shape for a while,  though every Instant each particle of  water is changing."  The tissues of lhe body, oompoHed  of millions ol' tiny cells, aro being  consliiully brolien down and waited  nway by the process of life, and oh-  peckilly by overwork, worry nnd disease.  In order lo roeomdruct (hese wasted (Issues there are noeosnury such  elrnionlH as Iron, sulphur, magnesia,  pelnsh,  etc.. and  when  lliesn nro  mil  Hllppliltli ill hll.iieielll l|llil III il ir-N III Hull Kill wo <>itl It Is necessary lo aid n;;-  iiiie le. lhe um' nf *<>iim restorative  preparation.  Most   people lliiil lb*.   Chase's Nervi  III I I I Hill.I I I I  1,11 ll.l'l  I In     ,  Ss<^mrsMmmm^Cy  -,:,i| in.- I li.'il M III ' ate Iii lea \ e ,| | ;il 1  ,;i,| nt :i l.ttle linpl'dli rteil t|UMl lying  ,-,���������;,)    Iii    hi i    \ lelnll v    n\ el 11 ir. ll I .  "tililnpie ln.i il j wu will.' Niillnlllil  IIiih: iiiiiI I'leliiliul I'll., uf (.'.Hi.nl.i.  I.ll.illi"!.    TuiiilllK."  ii.uJ Ctjtj- by the Ton  .nii'i'in. - -According   to   the   report  tlie   iieiiiiuii.i.   ;.   pi'.hlh' health  .om  I,,,,     no,,    nf    I he   council's-    iusp.  ���������-  tnv   him   destroyed   more   than   lour           .  ;mi|   j,   half   tons  uf  bad   eggs  dining J *,*,���������, ,| puriliiilarly ell'eetlve under such  l lie    lasi    nn    i.>.-."��������� ���������  Woi-U for Mi'' nii-lit Ih coining, slugs  the ������������������oim, but most of us woiU (nr lhe  i h. * U   ih,.it's   coining.  ajFr,  v^slcx.S-S S  clrciuusi.ui.ua, ht-csiu*.!o it. iu cotnpoimd  of the very eloincnls of nut uro which  go to form new. rich blood, eroalo now  nerve cells nnd rebuild wasted tissues.  This gresit I'ni.d cure Is radically  different. Irom medicines which ara  usually employed In the treatment of  liervoiiH diseases, Fur, while they  ullliiillalc tired nerves to overexertion  or by nn rent lc Inlliieme sooth and  deaden them, Dr. Chnne's Nerve Food  re vital I/.cu wasted nerve cellu and uo  iieeonipllshe.s lastingly beneficial ro-  milt '���������  Much symptoms ns fdecplcHsneHH, lr������  rltaldllly, headsiche, Indigestion, brain  lire and feelings of faligue and dis-  coiiragemenl soon dlHuppcnr when tho  s.vfleui  is  built ii|������  by  the uso of  ���������*******. m   mmx  mm m   m 00mm  H   \j\j\ji  ���������  I   M) rcuKi u bi������v( nil ���������VjiIh'h., or 1-Mui;.nndn,   UaiiiH .V   <*o.r  Limited,, Toronto,  mWmmm  msmmmmmmmmtam  mmmmmmmmmamamammim  M*WMM������MHI_H-  nm������.iimim-������mM  ammm  HhtftoNttMN  Hi  mM  tmma  mm  mm*a*mammr^*8^l^n WBPHW  !-__-l������g-g-%siga^  *?$  yjj  THF4   REVIEW,    CORONATION,    ALBERTA.  ���������THE HUMAN?RESIDENT  WOODROW  AWAY  WILSON        BREAKS  FROIVI   CUSTOM  FOR  WARS OF THE  FUTURE  The   First   American     Executive     for1  More than a Cen'-ury to Appear Be-;  fore  Houses of Congress���������Received,  an Ovation,    and    His    Appearance  Aroused   Tt.nee   Interest.  Washington.��������� President Woodrow  Wilson bridged the gun that for over  a century has sepal tiled the pilot of  public business and the executive and  Rg'slsilive branches of  ernments of the United  Not  as  a  cog- in  ;i  m  en  impersoiiiil  political  a mire department of government,  as   the   human   president,   he   wen  German  Physician Advocates the  Use  of Crematories  on  Automobiles  to Care for the  De. d  Berlin.���������A suggestion  for the wars  by a leading  Woohenblatt.  gov-  SIS  the   1 wo  St sites,  lehine, not  entity, nor sis !  bin ',  lo :  of  the   future   is   made  physician in the Militaer  advocating the  use of crematories on  automobiles   which   would   follow   the  army   along   with   the   regular   army  wagons.  The writer argues that in the future wars (he bodies of th" dead will  bn the greatest cause of sickness  among the troons as well ns the civil  nonulation.   w" :le   the   burying  of  PLIGHT Orp TURKS  CHOLERA     SCOURGES       TURKISH  TROOPS  IN  ADRIANOPLE  Death is Cleirr*ing Hundreds of Vic  tims in the Corcentration Camps.���������  Terrible Stories of Sufferings From  the Stricken City.  London.���������Hundreds  diers   who     survived  Adrianople   are   dying  dysentery and chol. rsi  RUSH   TO   P"_ACE  RIVER  of Turkish sol-  the siege of  of exhaustion,  in  the concen-  earib .  14 000  in.'" v  wells  not   be  me-'al  Tbo  oso in  n  congress to speak alimu. the tariff  ���������Standing before the Senate and lions  of Ropre.-eiitat ives in joint session, sis ',  r.o other president had one for more!  than si hundred and twelve years. Pre-!  fddonl Wilson stale! simply and torse-!  ly wliii! he thought should be done fori  the wi Hare nf the country, and asked!  ii-s legislative c, 'Yngiii s, man in n a 1. :  to slid in keep.-ig iho pledges of their i  part'. . >  Wiih a sweep of division that shnt-i  tered precedent, the President brushed.';  aside all imaginary boundaries be-1  tween eongres_ and the executive office, ;tn 1 rescued himself as lie ox-1  pressed it, from that, isolated island i  of jealous authority which' (he presi-1  dency  had  come to he rcgaided. j  Congress had prepared for u cere-;  monv of unusual import since, and such i  it was; yet when President Wilson!  arrived in the midst of the great as-1  sernblagc. riding through throngs of!  cheering people in the streets, and i  later looking up into galleries crowded j  with privileged ticket-holders, he!  seemed after all, what he said he was. |  a human being trying to co-operate \  with other huraan beings in a common  service. i  When the much-heralded incident j  was over. Congress seemed pleased 1  and the President was delighted. He;  expressed  himself  to  friends  as    im-! exposition  I d'-sid will sreally hinder the movement  ! of an  si   :,\> . j  Tb"  writer says  that   at  tho f*nd  or;  the   Franco-Prussian   war of  IS 70.  Ihej  Cormn-i nolice f'm-'d around   Mei.y. ?n - j  000  bodies  i"sufrifte*ii' "  covered   with 1  trillion camp outside the city, accorrt-  (*ir, i ing to the correspondent of Tho Daily  ! Telegraph.  j The battle Laving ceased, says the  correspondent, death cont'nues its  work-, and is cruelly piling up corpses.  cholera, dy-  lu  the r'n  hodi-'s   were  of the vill;i".ts I1  wns   so   i *i fr,(. ](-.''  '1 run!���������:.  I'-hil" flu  !--. imi ton  of  thus   found .  Gor/,  Tn  ���������} n-ate*" ill ill':  tint it could  oe'-een'.age of  greatly  of   e"e  -,v-)c   i-vac  Manchuria.  I'lrri"1  i*atori'  1,  r 11  th  t  '"-' bat-  .* a uati-  The  guns  began  a   <t   the  sealery and hunger���������the rearguard of i  wnr���������are  prolonging  the  massacre.      !  The despatch  ad.-s:��������� j  When ihe Turkish commander'  caused the destruction of (lie provis- i  ions remaining in the garrison and;  blew up the 1. ridge sn-ross the Arda. j  thus cutting the roi.d for supply trains  he did not. think tin t  he was condom-  j N  vigation  Opens  in     Tv/o ,  Weeks.���������  j        Hundrecia of Settlers Waiting at  I the  Landing  j Athabasca Landing, Alta.���������II. Creel-;  j man. general passenger agent of the \  ��������� ('nnstiiian Northern  railway, and  Wil- j  liaai Stapleton, . district passenger i  j agent of the Canadian Northeri? rail-i  I way were in Athabasca Landing to i  i arrange for ������ie interchange of traffle j  ��������� with tlie steamboat lines operating?to :  j (he Peace Hiver-country. Navigation]  j is expected to open within the next!  ; couple of weeks. ".Already .there are '  , several hundred ireople-and many thou- j  Hands   of  tons  of  freight  waiting   the;  steamers of the Northern Trans porta- j  l tion   company   and .the... Hudson   Bay!  ! lines, while settlers are flocking in by [  ' every   train. .    * j  The    Canadian    Northern    Railway j  proposes   improving   th-?ir   passenger 1  siderable>incr/:.a-se'i,i. the world's'IrTip-  ���������niehts the 'visible supplies in importing countries have not increased much  and the United States visible shows a  fair sized decrease.-' The United  States visible supply decreased 2,225.-  0(H) bushels against a decrease of 1,-  490.000 bushels last week and 1.275,-  000 bushels last year. The total is  now 56,771,000 bushels compared to  411,707,000 bushels las*, year. The  world's shipments wire iieavv the total beiug 15,4SS,000 bushels~as arainst  13,520;.00.0. bushels last week and 13,-  888,00,0?.bushels last yetu*. ;?ln. d'tail  th-js-r.week's shipments are as follows:  ��������� ...- 3.808.000'  THE  SMMY  LESION  III.  FOR  ^SECOND  APRIL 20,  QUARTER,  1913  .-Amerrca. .  '- Russia. '..  i,' DanAbe   . .  t iind ia  .v..-  Argentine  Australia .  Chili   ...  -1  .  3  382.0H0  9(30,10'.'  264.000  op.ti.ooo  888,000  154.000  CLASSED   AS  NEGROES  pressed with the dignity of the occas-��������� r's?"*-  Japanese Resentment of California's  Proposed   Legislation  Tokio.���������The hollowness of American advocacy cf eqvalily is the subj?ct  of an ironclad editorial in the Asahi.  the leading independent newspaper of  Japan, which says that Califoruians  propose to trrat. their neighbors across  the Pacilie wcrse than negroes.  The  article   continues:  This anti-Japanese agitation will  impress us with a keen sense of humiliation, which will require many  y������ars to efface. Americans mist be  prepared for a oot_l reception when  they visit, or settle in Janan.  The paper says that, in the event  of the passage and signature of the  bill. Japan must immediately withdraw her Eiir-port from the Pacific  and den--- to Americans the  to ownership in Japan.  ing to death  helpless, the  his army.  The P.uh'iui  bread, bu: are  til  the bridge  the   weakest,   the   most  tost   exhausted   part  of I  I  ins distributed some;  unable to do mors-? un-!  has  been   repaired.     A  few   days   after   tho   capitulation   the!  cholera broke out among the prisoners}  and spread in a threatening manner j  to  the Bulgarian  soldiers. \  The Bulgars removed to Tchiitalja: j  healthy prisoners were sent away in'  swarms; doctors were ..tmmoned, but. i  in the primitive camp still reamin j  thousands of men who fall day by day j  under the invisible ho~I of dfat.h.     -     j  The camp prespnts a monstrous'  nromiS'Cu'tv of liivinnr. dying and dead.  The soldiers belonging' to Adrianonle.  says the correspondent, are provided  with food by then families, but others  wrapr������d in rags and huddled in  wretched destitute, demand water,  which although muddy they drink  greedily  ion.  and  some of his confidants later  r.  he  left the  Capitol  greatly}  relieved,  to think that,  after all.  his 1  precedent-smashing had not been such j  a cataclysm  as older heads had  predicted . j  The President's visit to the Capitol j  was brief, lasting about a quarter of j  an hour. No one except a secret 1  eervice man accompanied him. He!  rode in a White House automobile and j  was driven through the crowds assem-;  bled about the House wing of the j  Capitol.  From the floor and galleries disling-  "sished "uests loolcd r^**11 '**���������* *b<-i spoiip  Ambassadors from many lands were in  the audience, members of ihe cabinet  were -there, and all the peonle who  possibly could get in were present to  ���������witness tlie proceedings.  The president, escorted by Senator  Paeon, bowed acknowledgement to the  applause, and mounted the S-eaker's  stand to lhe journal clerk's desk, -directly in front, of the Speaker.  AVith a smile, as lie began to speak,  the president told his  had come . He said  verify for himself the  the president of the  ���������was a person.       He  HALIFAX   AiRSHIP      FACTORY  This  is a  crowd  snft'eied too much,  pondent.  who  can  whon.  noth.ng can  of men  who have  says    the    corres-  nnrrh     no    more.  save  whom  death  Enquiries  talists  Halifax.  Have   Been   Made  by  Capi-j  With View to Building j  Different Types  N.S.���������There iz a prosoect'  that Halifax may have an airship \  plant within the r.o future. The;  recent speech of Winston Churchill in;  regard to England requiring aeris-1 j  craft has made it plain that  England ;  service, and  the handling facilities of i  the   freight   and   settlers'   effect-,   to I  provide for  the influx  of landsprkers  expected  to take up  tjie  :>0.000 homesteads   alreadv   thrown   open   f.ir   set- \  (lenient by the Dot. inion government, :  in order to care for this immense traffic.  Athabasca Landing is providin������- additional hotel accommodation, and the  Dominion government is erecting a  large immigration hall to shelf-r the  travellers during their short wait-over  in the Gateway City.  Tlie Hudson Bay Steamboat company will offer a sumniT tour down  the Athabasca and the Mackenzie rivers to the -Arctic circle, occur-.yjng ten  weeks, far into the land of the Midnight  Sun.  This trip will provide every comfort  and it is the first o-oportunitv ever presented to visit the 1 emote "iiiterior  of the storied north under motif rn coiir  ���������ditions of comfort. It is expected  that the new service of the Canadian  Northern railway will make direct  connection with the steamer transportation lines.      15,488,000  market has been re-  than the other mark-  and  has shown more action -than  some  time  past.   .Reports of  ox-  Total  bushels  '   The Winnipeg  latively stronger  ets  for-  port business, return of general bullish, feeling and shorts covering has given prices 1c. to'l-jC advance from  where they were a week ago. The  May future is considsrably tighter owing to taking off spreads between lure  and  Minneapolis. Until    Saturday-  export bids were in line but a sharp  bulge of a' cent in prices yesterday  put bids out oi" line again and allhougn  there was a good -reaction today exporters were apparently reselling instead of buying. Cash demand for  the most part has been good but offerings are light. Country shipments  will likely be small for the next month  as farmers are about to commence  seeding. -Seeding has already commenced, jm some parts and with fa voidable weather will' be general next  week. The terminals at Fort William  and Port Arthur are practically filled  and the trade is anxiously waiting the  Text of the Lesson, Gen. xxxiii, 1-15  Memory Verses, 10, 11���������Golden Text  ' ������ph. iv, 32���������Commentary Prepared  j by Rev D. M. Stearns.  ! When Labai. learned that Jacob had  : flc-U he pursued utter him in anger, but.  :.Ood came to-thini in a dream by night  .".and said unto-him: Take heed that*.  i thou speak not to Jacob either* good  Jor-bad (xxxi, 24, 2Uj, so they nad onir  i&onre sharp words and. parted, having  lerect-eu a Heap of _rtfoi?"s as a witness  ; that neither-wotild pass* that piace tu  ��������� d. the otner harm. Three aifferenr.  ��������� nanus are recorded as having been  j g;ven to that witness, one of which  | is much  used    today     (;wi/.pah),    but  I surely  mucn   misuiuiersLood  (xxxi, 4J-  |55). t  Although no lesson has been assign-  *d trom chapter xxxii, the latter parti  -������f   n-l, ,,-.1-.    :,.   ...   ..i ��������� . ... *  e  of wnicii is to nie most profitable, the  committee suggests the yerus-d of it :  and surely no teacher will overlook  Jt. How suggestive is. the first.  yer.se: And Jacob went on.M__.way and  the angels ot God met him. Was  ever such an unworthy man so won-  drously cared for by God? He more  than made up "to hi-m t-lw? -Joss o*' wages  irom I.aban. lio forbade Laban to.,  harm him. and now, on his way to.  meet Esau, He'srnds a host of angels  to still further assure liim of. heavenly  protection, yet when ]ie heaul. tiiat;  Esau was coming to meet him he waa  greatly afraid and distressed xxxii 7.  It would have beer, more honoring  God if he had said:  should encamp against me, my heart  shall not tear.  (Ps.  xr.vii, 3).  His prayer in verses 9 to 12 sounds  well, most of it, for he acknowledges  ; God's  mercies . nd  pleads  His  proni-  | lses, but his plans following _._, orav-  to.  host  THE MAR������������i REPORT  i���������---1.1..  -* v*-   - .jr  Oram  Mar-  has seized while they are still living  At one end of the encampment a line,  of bier carriers passes and re-passes  bearing corpses from the field of horror  to" the  other  s:de  of  the  bridge,]  where  tlie healthy  prsoners are digging  enormous  trenches.    There  are  tents  which  sh-uld  be  hospitals,  but  the   men   go   there   tn   die.    It   is   a  monstrous  morgue;   (he    ground    all  around  is covered  with corpses, huu-  di  order of d"in^' and dead.  has entered  the  field.       lt,  is  under  stood inquiries have been quietly made! dreds of human torms in horrible  here by capitalists as to the feasibility ;���������  of establishing ?> station at Halifax I  1 for  the   purpose  of  construc'ing  air-]  ships of the rigid, semi-rigid and non-1  I ri ti i tl tvpes. It is also hintfd that ;  ; attention will be given to tli3 develop  meat of aeroplanes.  THINKS HE WILL  RETURN  Former  King  of   Portugal   Has   Issued  hearers why he  he  was glad  to  impression that  United    States  was speaking in  tin ordinary tone ci: voice, just as  though he were talking to a Senator  in his office. The crowded chamber  was hushed after the momentary  thrills of conversation upon his entrance had ebbed away. Every eye  ���������was fixed upon him as ho spoke, and  lt was instantly apparetij' that he  aroused the keenest, interest.  As the president proceeded with his  preliminary statement, averring that  iho was not a mere department of government, but human, and that, he had  come to speak naturally with his fel-  lowmen, the interest was tense.  After this pleasant experience the  president declared, I shall feel quite  normal in all our dealings with one  another.  As these words fell from hi3 lips,  the House and Senate anplauled.  Then lhe gallery joined in. Mm. AVil-  ���������Bon, the President's daughter and oth-  <er relatives, vere in the gallery. Ambassador Bryce, of l-higland, looked on  with evident interest. So did Ambassador Jussornnd, or France, ana the  representatives from other nations.  Where a f ,' moments boforo (he  ������vent, had seemed unusual, almost tin-  real, It now appeared perfectly adjust-  >pd to conditions, and not at nil dramatic. Tho applause subsiding, the  president began to read his brl<i* mes-  Bago on the tariff. He spoke slowly  and forcefully, nnd In loss than eight  "minutes he was done. No interruption occurred and he left the stand Immediately, whllo Congress applauded.  Conclusion of Peace Still Distant  Cologne.���������The answer of the European powers to the note presented by  the Balkans, regarding the terms of  mediation proposed on March 24 by  the powers will be of such a nature  according to an inspired telegram to  the (.Vdngne Gazette from Berlin, as  to obliterate the conclusion of ij-uch  between   the  r.llies and  Turkey.  The great powers, the dispatch says,  have si'greed upon the necessity of extending their naval blockade of the  Montenegrin coast down to the mouth  of the river Drin, in Albania, to prevent, the landing of reinforcements or  munitions of war at San Giovanni Di  Medua.  of  King  of   Portugal   Has  a New Manifesto  Lisbon.���������Former King    Manuel  Portugal   declares:  I forsee that 1 shall soon return to  j the throne of Portugal.      In an interview  published recently in the news-  1 paper, Correio, which    however    does  j not diselose his whereabouts,  Manuel  1 outlines a program of social and e-con-  i oinie reforms which lie intends to in-  I troduce when  he  returns.  j     Tlie condition of  Por'ugal. hf says,  I is deplorable.      Actual despotism has  1 replaced     psirlianientary     self-government and this despotism is controlling  ! the courts of justice, while neglecting  ' the country's commerce and industry  aud augmenting the taxes ti such an  HXteiu   as   to   force   Pio.Ot'O   people   to  emigrate   during   11112  ANTARCTIC    EXPLORATION  En-  Mnwson Exploration Expedition  (jaqecl on Research Work  Sydney, N.S.W.--Thai, tlio Aninrc  tic confluent lion much farther south  than Explorer Wllltos mapped out during bin expedition to tho Antarctic has-  been clearly proven by the members! of  T0T. MawHon'H pnrty. A wlrolona nies-  lingo rocelved from Mawson Indicates  that tho niC'iiiborH of hhi party uro busily engaged In ByHtoiimtlc. research  during (holr enforced Hlny among the  lco and enow of Iho Polar roglons. Ac-  -flordlng to the commander, ilm land  fallfl which Wllltos churlorod oastward  of Adello Lund do not oxint-, and the  continent '.(wolf clenrly Hcr In a more  eouthorly direction tlinn that o-Uablluh-  od by Wilkes. Dr. Mawson insiiii-  tnlnHtlmt the first nct.ual hind In tho  Antarctic Is Adello Lmul.  Fur-Bearing Animal Bill  Toronto.���������A bill designed to encourage the breeding of fur animals,  was before the Vti'i and Game committee at the Legislature. Dr. Rename. Minister of Public Works, said  the bill was designed to facilitate the  breeding of furbearing animals, an industry for which there was an assured  future. He thought, there should be  provision that anyone securing, selling  or purchasing animals must  permit from the department  bill will be re-drafted  with amendments.  an d  have   a  The  reported  Montenegro's  Conviction  Berlin.���������King -Nicholas of Montenegro, answering a telegram  addressed  to him by the National Zeitung, telegraphed as follows:  Wo hold the profound conviction  that our case is just, before God and  man. Sculsiro was the ancient seal  of our k'-.gs. and it is indispensable  to our national and economic development .  More for Local Fleets  Sydney, X.rj.W.���������Right Hon. Andrew Fisher, Australian premier, and  Mr. F. U. P. Fisher. New V-alsind  minister of customs, who strongly advocates the naval defence of the Pacific by the Dominions, are of the opinion that Australia's danger is New  Zealand's danger and both countries  have a common menace, The empire,  they say, must be so impregnable that  ���������war against, any nf the Dominions  would be too fearsome si thing for any  enemy to attempt . They thoroughly  endorsed the sentiment, expressed by  the attorney general, Mr. Hughes, adding it. was perfectly clear Canada  must, take part iu patrolling the Pacific.  e.siii  lory  Only brute force of numbers  compel  ns  to give up  this  terrl-  Four  Villages   Fight  Cairo.���������Four     villages     In     Upper  lUgypt, resolving to se'ilo lln-ir differences by force, divided into two camps  and sallied forth armed to the teeth,  ensued iu which four  sixty  were  wounded,  The  police  then  in-  light, was slopped.  A furious light  were killed and  many seriously,  lervened and Ihe  Thompso.i, Sons & Co  chants. Winnipeg.  Winnipeg, April 8.���������Up till yesterday the v.neat markets have otea  is���������-on_ aim -igh&i . ine mam incentive lo ni_nei* \antes has been itie cou-  ! tinued strength in tue nairopcan uisuk-  | eis. Aunuac every aay cauies have  j beta co-i.n^ hignt-r man uie day be-  1 lore suiii OAi-Oit mas nave oteji on a  j womauie basis the greater pait, of tne  | weeK. Europe continues to aosoi#  I wheat in a surijr.si.ig way ami t.._  j ineui-.v mat we mentioned once or  I twice thai dealers tneie were sk-.ch...- :  j ulating stocks in aaticiiation ot" war;  1 tii.ss spring, may turn out to ue wrong. .  i Evidently ooth the quality and quanti-;  ] ty of last years European erbpj nave !  oeen sc-iiewnai exaggerated. Broom-,  hall s latest repor. states the Continental ut'iiiuud nao increased because i  not only have there been large direct '  i���������iipi������ieiit.s to 1^011uni���������it���������1 iiwi'is, t>...t :  order cargoes are da.ly purciiased,  selling lo most impor.ers and it is  persistently rumored tnat Russia has :  Argentine cargoes. North Africa is;  - also said to have been buying Argen-!  tine wutat. French au.ie.es letr-d us  to believe that reserves are smaller ,  than exptt-teu. Germany iy-pufcrmg '  native wheat smaller than '-.rtherto  , out still niawes fair oilers, but' l'e'ading  i German firms predict a continued  large foreign buying owing 'to the ;  i poor quality of the native wheat and  ; light importers' -stocks. Russia ot  i course is using the Argentine wheat.  j to strengthen their poorer qualities  I but sit the same time this buying  ! shows good wheat to be scarce in Eur- *  } ope and from present rt perls the de-;  ! mand is likely to continue for some  ��������� time. Apart from this strength in >  j foreign -markets there has been no I  'change in the situation; crop' condi- I  ! tions in the United States winter ;  j wheat belt remain almost perfect and  ! the high April condition shown by the 1  ! United States 'Government Report is-j  j sued today was responsible for a sharp  j react I im in prices from the high'  : points reached yesterday. The ri-  \ port puts the condition of the winter  j wheat April 1st al !H.C compared to'  I 80.C a year sigo. This indicates tlio  I larges- prospect the i'nined Si.a.ies '  j bus ���������!''cm during the month of April  ! 011 winter wheat and unless something ,  j  ���������.]���������---���������! n     litMuiens    the    abu'iidoned ,  area is expected to be very small this j  , vour Snould   tin  promise materialize  to move prices upward but, Ihe European demand if continued will likely  ' act tm a li rake on tiiiy downward  movement. Statistics (his week are  a  stand-off  for  while   there  is  a  con-  j opening of. navigation to relieve the * er 00 iook a little like his mother's  ! situation. As far as Fort Wliliam j plan of helping God out, though some  land Port Arthur harbors are concern-j might consider it showing his faith  led  navigation  can  onen  p*  any  t;mQ | by his works.      Vet the various droves  jbut ice in the Sault Ste   ������������������������"������������������- ^---���������   -������    '������������������ is still thick.    The G  j quested the Minister of Public Works  i at Ottawa to send an ice breaker to  Ste.  Marie River ( of flocks and herds with which he hop-  irain exchange re-ied to apoease itil^-m  ���������'va.-oo on*, hi.w-.i-.  1 Alberta Red-.Winter Ol^c;  ^    ...      i.c-,/ ,..    -vr���������      9    \    Vt   X\7  It .  \V   .     007SV - _.   - -   -  the Soo to hasten the opening of the  river and a reply has been received  that one of the chief officers has been  sent to the Soo with instructions to  do everything possible to meet the  conditions. Probably the middle of  the month or shortly after will be soon  enough to expect the onening of navigation. Today's closing prices are  No. 1 Northern 89c; No. 2 Nor.  86%c; No. 3 Nor. 83%c; No. 4  80VY"; No. 5 T&'-'jc: No. 6 TO.c; Feed  COc; No.  No-.   2 A..---. .        .-   .  85%c    Futures closed May 90\n-%cy  July yl*4c;  October 88%c.  Oa+s���������  The oat market bus ruled steady and  higher more in sympathy with the  strength in ��������� wheat than any other  cause. Today's closing values are  No 2 C.W. oats 34V&c; No. 3 C.W.  ?.1Wio; extra 1 feed 32%c; 1 feed  31%c; 2 feed 28%c; Futures closed  May "J>4v������,e; July 353/4c.  Barley���������  Prices have advanced I.e. to IViC  on "he week and there is a fair en-  ouirv. Today's closing price.-' are  -No.   ?. 49c:   No.  4 48c;   Rejected 42c.  ���������T^ood   41c.  Flax���������  The flax market has shown an upward tendency being influenced by im-  nroverl demand in (he Duluth market.  Receipts are becoming lighter. ^Today's closing ���������prices are No. 1 N.W.C.  flax. IIO-Yir.r No. 2 C.W. 108Vtc; No.  ?, C.W. lOOc. Futures closed May  112'/<'C: July H4r:sc; October llS^o.  All prices quoted rSi-ove tire for in  store Fort William, Port Arthur or  Duluth.  DID   NOT   LEARN   MUCH  German Officers Think Secret Workings of Airship are Safe  Berlin.���������German army otlicers who  were ou board the Zeppelin air cruiser  7iv when she w:is < iptured by the  French' -otlicers after crossing the  French frontier and landing, at Lune-  ville, are of the opinion that the  French men did not discover any of the  secret   workings of the air   -raft.  Tlio German ollicers. in I heir report, say that, sill hough General Ilers-  chiiuer, inspector of the French aviation depart font, and experts boarded  present brilliant j the dirigible, they think tho French-  it will be difficult ! men did not. observe enough to enable  them to reproduce the intricate mechanism of tlie airship. Some of tlie  Zeppelin crew say they hoard shots  fired at, tho dirigible but this is not  confirmed by other persona on board.  Eievator Damaged  Fort William.���������Through. H Is be-  llovod, grain falling In lhe kTiiico bo-  twoon tho brick walls and the nl.eol  tuul(H nud swelling, tho upper half or  imi! nl'   lhe   u.illn id'   lie    C.P.Il.   l.kvsi-  lor ll fc'l, and lhe lower hull' ht In  euch a loi.ee condition (lint lt will  have to bo removed. The elevator  la Htlll working, Iho interior of It not  having been damaged.  Herlln.���������The DeutHrho Vngo'czolt-  ung underitlanihi thnt iho naval nuth-  orltlen ravo decldod to build Ion aviation ntatlotiH. four of lliotn on tho Dul-  Uo and ulx on Uii- Novlh licu.  FJ.C. Government Buys Indian Lands  Vance tivcr. 11.C��������� The Kltttflano Indian reserves, which consists of 8d  neros. and lies nl Iho ontruneo to  Fnlt-e ('reek In the con Ire of Vancouver, was 1 alien over by I lie provincial  government. Twenly Tndinns disposed of their rights lor $11,000 dollars  rneh. The land is worth llvo million dollai-H and will be used for uomo  public purpose.    Stn.illpox Thie.itens Ohio Refutjeen  Cairo, IU.���������That, smallpox Ib breaking out among Uio lolngoeis lu thu  hlllH and adding (>������ Hie..' suiieringa  was Iho report brought buck b> Adjutant. General Frank DlcUson, of Illinois, who returned from a 48 hour trip  011  the Ohio river.  Referring to eouilltlonn at Rhsiw-  noetown, General Dickson Haid tlie  nil nation was (hspernle, not only on  account of tho high water, but of n  hi mil I pots epidemic threatening iv fugue  cnnipu back on the hill.'.  Queeriftlnnd  Rallw.nya Cont  Sydney, N.S.W.���������In taking ovl-  deuee ul Kristin lie lhe DiuiiiiiUin  Triidon Commission made minute enquiries in connccllon with the Queensland railways and ascertained that  Iho capital spent In opening Unci;  lo iliiti"  lolallcd  :|tI ir.,000,00b.  Sydney. N .S. W.--Hrfnils are being}  mado in me tanll lo secure the abolition of lhe differential    duly    agalimt  AuHfi nl Inn meat as    compared    with  Ai'iicutluo meat.  jtiO/V/Ji-W   POLirrMFM   Pf?/\W   C,(/?MAH   A*lt}A1>SAM>t'i''>   COACH.  '*'"*:?s^'r?~> jv  -      - N-3  look like faith working fearlessly.  The incident of xxxii. 24-31. also  looks as if there was i. great deal of  Jacob instead of the Lord in the-whole  plan. It is with us all, as it was  with him, most difficult to pat off our  shoes, as both Moses and Joshua were  void to do, and let the Lord manage  all in His own way. Yet the Lord 13  ever leading us to this that IU may-  bless and use iu more and more.  This is a much abm-.d story and is  made by many to teach that Jacob  prevailed ty wrestling, but careful attention to the record will show that  t.10 ,..ord wrestled wii.1. Jacob to subdue him. He resisted unti his thvzh  was put out of joint and then in conscious weakness '��������� - clung to the  Mighty One. saying: I will not let  Thee go except Thou bless me; so it  was weakness clinging to strength  that prevailed. By his strength he  had power with God���������yea, he had  power over the angel and prevailed.  (Hos. xii, 3, 4). His conscious  weakness was the secret of his power  even as the Lord said to Paul: My  strength is made perfect in weakness  (II Cor. xii, 0).  It sis then that Jnoob's name was  changed to Israel, a name applied to  him personally about- fifty times and  to his descendants 2,5 ) times. Jacob  called the name of the place 'Peniel,'  (face of God), for he realized that ha  had been face to face with God, Him  whom we know as the Son of God, for  no man hath. aeen^God at any time, tho  only begotten Son, who is in the bosom of the Father'.* H-e hath-dfejcl^red'  Him (John i, 18). He did i.of te,ll;  Jacob His name, but He did say to-  Manoah the father of Samson: It ia;  wonderful. (Judge xiii, 18). _ Jacob  evidently did. not expect that Esau  would meet him peacefully and cordially and the*, efore took all possiblo  care to provide for the saving of his  household, putting the most, loved ones  hindermost and the handmaids and  their children foremost, preceded by  the various droves-, saying: If Esau  come to the one company and smito  It. then tlie other company which is  left shall escape (xxxii, S;  1, 2).  Aftor all Jacob's fears (fur ho remembered 'well his wrung done to  his brother twenty years before and  the anger from which he had (led) how  beautiful it is to rend that F.sau ran  to meet him and embraced hlni and  fell on his neck and kissed hlni, and  they  wept   (xxxiii,  4).  Thus God has many surprises for us  when our fcsirs are rebuked and we  Iind forgiveness sunt peace and joy  where lhe devil Imd lold us we would  (Ind only trouble. There is forgiveness with the Lord for all who turn  to Him, and ���������He does abundantly pardon .  lie, through Joseph, forgave all  those cruel brethren. When first ho  met His disciples nfler they had all  forsaken liim and lied lie said: Ponoo  bo unto you. Why aro yo troubled?  (Lu., xxiv, Wi, i<8). Note carefully all  tho brotherly kindness of this chapter nnd think of Uim who sllcketh  closer (ban a brother. In versen 9.  11, wo note that -when Esau did not  wish to accept Jacob's gifts ho paid:  I have enough, my brother, and when  Jacob pressed them upon him ho also'  aald: I have enough. The expressions nro difi'vii'iii, iuiwi'M'i- and in  Young's translation (ho former Is: I  havo abundance, and Jacob said: I  havo nil things. Jacob's word hftfi a.  larger slKitltlcaiico than Esau's.  CANADA AND IT'S MAIL  Sir   Hugh   Allan   Expreoceu   Approval  of SuQQeotlon  Loudon.���������Interviewed receiilly. Sir  Hugh Allan, chairman of the Allan  Hue, expressed bin approval of tlio  terin-rt of  the  new   msiU  contract.  Tho time has come, he said, when  Canada ��������� hnub' h:*->'e mere tlein ono Ml.  reel, mall weekly. I nh-u  I bill onr line could t-earcely  h, , j. *.!., !>*.;:.!:u ':;��������� :,loue.  upcaklng the arrangement  equitable  olii-   lhl iillghollt.  recognize  expect lo  C.-ncr;il!y  11   si   very  Calgary.- Ileynold's Newspaper, x  London pin,,ii'uinut h.im jiuie.uutieii a  triu*t of land near Castor, Alberln. on  which lt Ih proponed to eM'.abllnh ft <\������-  uiouutration  farm.  41  tmamamamanmm*  met  _______!!_]  __.  umiPiiwiwuii  MrMMWWIWHMHIMIINIIIMIINirWIIMI  mmmmmmmmmcimmm  _4_____l_____4_i  <lllllUHIillll  HMmaM  mm*. ^'wrwl.ww,l���������Teresgi:4.B  ,.'... l-?-'.llv-  Hi^lM^rT���������r_r^fSSii.Wi f."*  ^���������-^m^'l.-Smm.n.^^i^^U.XXimi.jl^iU  bbi,���������tJWMjli������Tnw;������iM  -,j.-.--f���������.-4jai)'^s',,?;< ;,-*;;���������ir.i.ifiiir ��������������������������� .rkihiimxmmiammmm   !__ .  jM_ cRfc^'iiDN .._.vttC~tat-8-_oir. I. _.  I   ii ��������������������� iii msm.m0mm.mi i������ , fii.   ������      i 4ii������������i i ������Waw������l mm, i ��������� ������������������������������ imi, ._,witM> 'iiiL/r'L'r���������mini  The C  <!Revu  PabliBhed every   Fridey at Oreston, British Columbia, by the CreBton Print"  ng and Pub it-bing Company, Ltd.  m.he Beview is the acknowledged advei ti ing medium of the CreBton valley, cir  cnlating in nearly one thousand hon es thr raghout, the Creston district and  reaching ont in a broad manner into o her c immunities. Our advertising rates  are based ou the scale of the Kootenay tu.d Boundary Printers' Board of Trade.  Li&������id purchase and land lease notices, $? for statutory time. Display advertisements, SI per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first h-sue  and 5 cents per Une in succeeding weeks. Subscription rates $2.00 a year in  advance. Our columns are open to contribution- dealing in matters of local interest and the welfare of the community. Contributions must be brief and  signed.  Mrs. B. -lamberton  Editor and Mnnageres  Ureston Hotel  __B5H^__f      ���������_^e^P BL\ ^LmmBmfm.mm\9\Sm F&M  ��������� si. mmm  OF ORESTON OISTBIGT  (Continued (rem Page 1)  over the district generally. To the  ���������west of the Summit country, 30  jaiks to the divide, is considered o;*,e  ������E the best bear districts in South  East Kootenay, while the fishing on  "this creek is excellent for nva-ny  miles.  A   good    trail���������the    old  "Dewdney  trail"���������from    the    Fraser     river    vo  East Kootenay, runs alongside       th.'  creek,    making    fishing    and   huntim-,  very  accessible.      Here  rainbow     ami  cut throat  trout,  averagiiia; from one  to two    pounds in size can  be  found,  while    char    scaling up to 1"> pounds  are  often recorded.        Further  south  on the Boundary    creek to tho source  at the    continental divide the grizzly  away the very walls. Often in the  spring when the water is high there  are sprays nearly twenty feet high,  where the water strides the resisting  rocks*--, and dashes into a million  pieces. There are also many creeks  in the ranching section which  abound in trout, and one has only to  go a few steps from the house at  -places, iu order to catch a nice  string of the speckled beauties.  The Leading  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  ���������*v������ ���������*������ !*<���������*���������*  no   mistake  1  Our   Guests  Cah   oGgain  ._���������%>   -^if_.  you -wm  I v/hen yon get off the train  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling-  men to ill substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters ior Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  aud Commercials.  &      *      -  QTQA-UDEDDICC I Eftfl  bjiiAWuuiniLu LtAU  /. 25. Moran  r>  rrop.  Within a few days we will put  into stock, Lhe best line of writing  paper and stationery that has ever  been shown in Creston. Beautiful  Bond aud Linen papers that will  please the most particular. Watch  for our v/indow display.  AT WYNNE!  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������9?i������������������������������������������������*_  K Creston Drug&Book Co.  ���������**������  mm  9. Phone 51  r%-\  Ihicic I"ret,-l'i and Wynndel  comparatively new countries  jH'Ople there find that fruit gr������"������ttiiigj  is "w ry successful tluiv a^ at any !  other places along th.* kooton.iv !  vall-ev.        Strawberries    are tlu  1 .���������  ;u--hi  ���������  but   the !  .���������hief I  IHE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  bear has a home, and some monsters    fruit    th.'ie at   tbe  present   lim..  and  turning the scale at 2.00*0 pounds,  have often been brought ou:. AH  mountain; creeks emptying into the  Kootenay river at or iK-ar Creston  abound with trout���������speckled, bull,  mount-in and rainbow. As good,  well-beaten trails radiate from i'res-  ton to the well-stiM.'ked game districts surrounding it, it necessarily- .^  follows that Creston is an outfitting Ties as  and starting point for the sportsmen, j tiistri<.*t  several hundred crates of ibis delicious fruit are shipped each svasou.  There are also a few oichards iu  beunng thai are doing-exceptionally  well and there are many others that  will eo;. . into bearins*; In th-' near  lulure.  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  JVi ui^liii  REST, $12,500,000  C\ T> T\ XT- "O Q  KJ ������m. JL/ X_r iV ^  i  Issued hy The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a sate, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting' small sums ot money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any hank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at  the followinsr rates:  -h>ng this -district enjoy j  same     up-io-da*e   shipping faeih-J  those    along        the  Creston i  The       C.P.H.,      passing  S3 anil under   Over     5" and not exceeding $10.  *'      IO        *���������' ** 30.  "      30        ���������*" " 50.  3 cents  G     '������  in     *���������  15      "  While Creston's population are as  busy as the busiest bees, yet 'they  are alw-ays ready for a well-earned  holiday when occasion demands. One  has only to be in Creston on a holiday) to see its people, some riding,  some driving, headed either for the  famous Goat River canyon or the  Kootenay flats,  to realize that Creston is happy as veil as prosperous.  The famous Kootenay Hats, with  its creeks -windine; their way Us . the  Kootenay lake, make a happy "home  for all kinds of wild fowl. Mallard,  teal, and snipe are the choice, while  later in the year the. big gray goose  is a visitor.  WON GUY  through there about noon, which enables the ranches to pick their fruit  in the morning and shipping it at  noon so as to reach the coal and  wheat fields the same day which is  such a benefit to the district. Sorne  of the finest specimens of strawberries have been growing in the Wvan-  del      district   during the past       few  REMITTANCES   ABROAD  S.8  should bo made t-y means cf our SPECIAL  FOREIGj*I   DRAFTS and   MONEY  ORDERS.    Issued without delay at reasonable rates.  Percy  B. Fowler, Manager Creston Branch  I Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  t (Best equipped Livery in Town)  ���������|    Ailclissof 1URNOUTS supplied at short notice.    The latest styles of  ������   CUTTE11S and BUGGIES for sale and hire.    Saddle and Back horses a  .yi  ������V Speciality.  w   Feed for sale        Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Oo.      Horses for sale  fi    I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains  it'i  W>    at nuy hour i f the day or night.    Commercial men and landseekers, will  receive prompt attention  *������ ���������w-.-oCreath, Proo  Sirdar Avenue  _4  _<  am  I  w  H  M  m   ���������  t li  *  % Phone 5G  sTti  Box lfc  w  w  w  tie  US,  years.  The people at this end of the  enjoy themselves immen  line  nse'y, amd   are  IF  (Continued from Page 8)  teamsters from $45 per month to  $3.00 per day; carpenters from $3.50  to $5.00 per day.  SOCIAL CONDITIONS.  Canyon Oity, though new as compared with other older districts, enjoys all the necessities and many of  tht* luxuries and conveniences of modern life. There are few towns of Its  size in the district that are provided  like Canyon ('ity, wiih water works,  etc., individual poverty is unknown  anil a general prosperity is the prevailing feature of that district. Canyon City is provided with a tir-^t-  class school, a church, arid general  merchandise store.  never wanting ior something to  amuse themselves with. In the winter they have a social club which is  always live and up-to-date and ready  for a dance at least or.ee a week.  There is also a school at this point  which enables the ranchers to send  their children to school at home and  not have to go to the expense of  sendingi them out of town to school  as is often the case.  The fruit growers are also always  alert as to the best way in which to  handle their fruit, and although fruit  pit-owing is still in its infancy they  have an organization called the Cooperative Fruit Growers of Wynondcl,  B.C., which is an enterprising organization composed oi the ranchers of  that community.  While fruit growing is the chief industry here, the ranchers arc always  ready to have a good time. As a  hunting place, it is one of the best  in the valley, and as lt is close to  tlie bunks of the Kootenay, there is  (Very opportunity for the Isaac Wal-  ton.s to f-njoy themselves.  The -renery, like all other places  in the Kootenay valley, is beautiful,  and us one stands on the bench lands  overlooking the. Kootenay fiats he al-  S    f*m-mammmrmmai  your  \ ifo your Tuning*  J.A.P.   CROMPTON  CRESTON, B. C.  WORK GUARANTEED. ALL  IN DS OP REPAIRS.      OROP A  POSTAL AND I'LL CALL  Church  Notices  METHODIST CHURCH  Services will be held every Sunday as!  Creston Wine  a Spirit, Co.  Get your- Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars, Poaches,  Pipes, etc, at the  Crtrton  Wine ������ spirit C  S. gteelc, gropriJtor  follows  ���������  Morning  -  11:00 ti. m.  Evening  -  -  7:H0 p. hi.  Sabbath  School  2:20 p. m.  Yon are welcome ti.  tarry  with us  Fred L.  Cai  ���������penter  Pastor  !  There   is   a saw     fund pinning mill  situated at Canyon City as well as a   most thinks tha*t it Is a paradise,  There is a saw mill here also, and  irom the great amount of timber  ihi'i'i- is to ho cut, will supply work  for lhe people for a number of years.  box factory, which supplies all      tin  fruit boxes for th.- Creston and Canyon City    districts   a������ well, as other  outside districts,     This mill can furnish all kinds of lumber for   building  purposes for many years to como.  SCKNKRV  AMI IK'NTINC-.  Ciiiiyun <'it>   i.i al.'iii famou:; for it---  beautiful scenery, i*ith landscape jjiid  mountainous. The   station   being  oreclwl   on  tbe     banks   of the Goal  Falls oan you. one of     the most ideal  strrn'm-er   resort      spots in the valley.  On the banks of the C.oat  River near  the canyon    is   the sport smnrn's paradise.      Ilev,' ���������'.ova* (,f "**Vi" uwv--i  |>i-.-iiiii-  fnl    specimens     of  trout     are   often  brought forth-     Further up Hie liv.rl  are to be   found    deer,   bear,   grouse  and   many other   kinds    of wild animals   which     the   hunter    und lovvr  ������>f sport are often in search of.     The  canyon* Is al:*o a beautiful spot       lo  spend manv     of     the wiinnii-r aH-cr-  '.** 1       ,1       l .-,   ...    /,!..,. ill  noons.        j iu   ..I...I4I   ..ii    .",:'-!.,,        "  Ua.nk'1 made    a nh'e   pari' for  th������- pic-  -,tcc.xr.    v.'lv.b*  th.'  mill   lio-iyi- Ifuiu  the water make one wish h<-       could  bo     there   always In   tin*   early  ���������i    ,    . i.    ... ,i  Spllllg iU. une  ..i,im. . ii..  "   i   i    '��������� . 'I *     r r, 'I rifiif  ���������V,4ll,Clm:.-.   iii*-.   ,.tw....,    .....     .  . .'���������'..  through   the   canyon, one often won-  -4{,r������ how It, is; that it dot'ti not   take  ���������FREE-  TO FUR SHIPPERS  Tbe most accur������te,,'rollalile anJ only .MuMcet ttopnrt  asi) I'rloo I.Ut of IU klnil piilillalii'il.  ������������������aril-? fciiuiieci mflmt"  UMled FKKR  ta ,tliusa InUirfatuil In  ltaw Fnm  SEND Ut VOOn NAME ON k MSTAI-TCD5V  It's nut a Trapiiur'n OuKlu, lint a iiulilli-ntlmi Ihhiihi!  every two wcukti, wliltii nlvw ymi ri'imrtH of wlmt In  lining In nil tint MiirtintHoflliii Wnrlil 111 Amerlcin  H������w fur*. TltlM liifunnutlon in worth liumlroilu of  dollurt, to you, ��������� 4.  Writs fmr It-NOW-XT'S FREE  A. B. SHUBERT  Th������ Ur|iBl Houto In Iho World dtallne oncluslvily In  American R������w Fun  ���������W-27 W. MlctilfWi II., Dopl. 41 CIIICIOO, ILL, U.S.i  PRESBYTERIAN    CHURCH  Service every  Sunday   at   11 a. in.  and 7:30 p. in.  Sabbath School at 2:30 p. in.  Adult  Bible  Class at close of evening service.  W. G. Bl.AKK  .Minister  CHURCH OF ENr(Hj\ND  Christ, Church  April 20th (ItIt Sundiiy after i<>ustei)  Matins Litany  Sermon 11a. in.  Erickson School House 'I p. in  Sunday School .l p. in  Evensong Sermon 7:!10 p. in  Philip O. Hnyman    (Vicm)  ���������We onrry ii'full lino of shoes including Chippewa logging shoeH-Tho ensh  Hhore.  '  Banco   Paints  mmmmmmmmmmt  PAINTS VARNISHES STAINS IRONITE FLOOR PAINT  RAW and BOILED OIL PURE WHITE LEAD  TURPENTINE. Complete Stock  of Varnish.   CalAomine and  Paint   Brushes  I  I  1  General  m  vr i������A-ti ivj^    MERCHANT  liy Jo." ZcxJxx a:ii! receive yotir F'VP m-rc<Mit -rli^roiint at our^toie  ��������� i���������fT>'"������lini_ .mm** mmW*mm\   mmW^*m\ ������������*** BS^^ mmWXm\ 4BPlBl  Vff   #10    %JJB     bflwf IV  .  . I  I  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINIG REGTJ- i  LA-IONS  | Coal mining rights of the Dominion, ji  Jin Manitoba, Sas-katchewan and Alberta  ' the Yukon Territory, the North-west  Territories and iu a portion of the Province of British Cilnmbia, may be leased  for a term of twenty-one years at  an animal rental of $1 an acre. Not  more thun 2,rdi0 acres -will be leased to  one npp'icnnt.  Application for a lense niustbe made  by ih * applicant iu person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent of the district in which  the rights npplied for are situated.  In surveyed t.-rritory the land must  lie describ?d by sections, or legal sub-  il visions of sections, and in unsurvoyed  rcnir, ry the tract, applied for shall be  staked out, by tho applicant himself.  Each application must bo nccompnuied  by a fee of f5 wnich will be refunded if  ilm rights applied for nro not, available  but, not, otherwise. A royalty nhiill be  paid on the inerchiiutii'ihi output of the  mine ut, lhe rule ot live iiontH per ton.  The pi-rsuii operating tho niino shall  furnish the Agent with s.voin returns  accounting fm- the full quantity of merchantable coal mined und pav thn royally there m If the oonl mining rights  nro not being operated, h eh rot urns  should hn furuitdicd at, liuitst, once a  year  The lense. will include the coal mining rights only, but thn loHHtio may be  permit toil lu purehiiHO vvhnicvci iiviiil-  iih't-i surfiie.e rights may be considered  inccsHiiry for lhe working of the mine  it, the into ot $10 tin acre.  For I'n'l iiiioniiii'ioo applioation Nhould  he mndo to thn .Secretary of the Dopurl-  mniili of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Ay-nut or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands  \V. VV. CORY,  Deputy  Minister of the Interior  N.   II.���������lIiiMi.thoii/cd  publication of  j i iiii-. mil ri i i Mint-ill. u ill ii.>|, In, j.aid for.  BURNS  -������^aJ9i^9   P'������s������5*!������  bumrL&iE,  Animal   Fertiliiiers  ARE  MBUMEm. V  *���������*��������� JM���������I       I  Sow Burns*Fertilizers  And Reap Dollars.  Call or send for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  P. BURNS & Co.  B.C.  Limited  CRESTON  Head Office  CALGARY; VANCOUVER;    EDMONTON  PEDIGREE STRAWBERRY  = PLANTS ���������  HM^VMMHMMM^MMMW^na^MliMIMH>IMM������M^  Hardy Northern grown Htoek of thi*'  following variolic*!'  Senator Dunlap; Parsons:  Beauty; Glen Mary; War-  field; Clyde; Clarks Seed-  line: and Helen Davis.  Price .$10.00 pel* thousand,  Expi'etw  (���������hnrgo.H prepaid.  (^Mulogiic, with lull oulUireul (liici*-  tions mailed on lenucst.  Monrad   Wigen  WYNNDEL     -     B. C.  Dr. dc Van*s Pcmale Pills  Tlll-RD  -W  Electric Restorer for Men  ,,.,,,        ,          ,,                 .   ,     ... PllOflinhonol niBlorou every nerve la tha body*  A ri'lliililo ItchIi rcKuliilur; inwi-r liiiln.    Ilu-no     -: ���������'" 1>������ inoiiei tcnttlon ; ictloie*  il, t.r.- .<vri-riliiu.lv ��������� ,i>vrilnl in ii-iMiliiilin.' Ili������������ 'Im uml vltiilily.   l'rt-mntvirc dcniv anil nil ncxnal  I    itmii-riilivo |iiirlliili nl Ilm IimiiiiIii liViiluin.    Kuluuo v.i:xxni.^a   mv. ......   mi uiilc.     x ������ww.*uMvMM4.   .,...  !! ��������� 'I -*���������������������������;> tr,>ii iii,..,..     llr, .1������ Vnn'u -,-������ ,i,,l,| ni maltr vim ��������� now nmn.    I'rlce *II ��������� lion, or two for  Itfiu Ihik, <n -lliii'ii tur fill,    M ull.-il In miy aililiUNM. ' >'i.    Ivluiintl to uny uiiaiena.    hIwuvummwiwi.  _h������ Uuobull iiriiur Co., Hi. CiUlut.rlu.ua, Ont. Co., Nt. CM-fti-lao, Ont.                             ^ iiiLiTfifTC*--M"H!CTC.:".^^ ���������i"i���������      r~r"T"V������������������"*���������*"��������� m���������fl. r if-,?7^^"^j "MI**T ���������'x'^ih*^'1*r  Vi-F-^'BJ?"-?  ���������ifynir* \Vr ".V r****** T" M^i"  .7 fi'ifiy^-fT>i^i mi f 11 rf i" i-***!! ���������*���������������������������- '-Si j 'm \ -ffh-ig  ^  _:  ���������TaSsrwcii'r^^'tT^^.iy'fy.,''*"''"^' for"* .  "������������������ * ' ���������U.'JJJlJIJWII  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  "       .._".'            ���������"!������������������ ������m-niw>.        "i -*-. ' '^JL1!.*'     I'-ti���������m-i���������i     .i..ihiil    'il i    ��������� ������-*_  "  JTJSr  ia--  ___S  _���������ii -*ri^������iar>>-^������ri  i writ y  LOCAL A_!tJ PERSONAL,    m  j| Calsomining, Painting, Paper-hanging, Carriage and Sign painting-  q Let me give you advice and estimates on your work. All work guar.  ������   anteed to give satisfaction.  arry   Leonard  Shop on Sirdar Ave., next to McCreath's Livery  YOUWlLL SAVE MONEY ETGETT.KC 8SY ESTIMATES  ���������  UIT TREE  AND ORNAHENTALS  oldsreaiTi Estate Nurseries  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  on three-year-old whole roots.  ���������  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  ���������5 J. BHitco, Box 39, Creston, B.C. +  Carry   A {  y y e  I comoie ie line  andise  ui  ���������  The Creston Hotel ib having a new-  porch built in the front Of tWbiiild-  ing.  ���������Por yonr Spring painting useBapco  pure paint. For sale in all colors at  Speers.  Harry Leonard is busy this week,  painting the buildings at the Creston  Hotel.  -For Sale- Good work horse weight  1400. and good democrat and half a  heavy set of harness.   Enquire at this  office.  It. S. Bevan of the Creston Auto  and Supply Company has just received several new Ford Cars.  Forty years in nse, 20 years the standard, prescribed and recommended by.  physicians^   For Womans ailments, Dr.*"  filar tm _ Pills, at yonr druggist.  Mrs. R. M. Reid and sister Miss  Mable Vandervoort, expect to leave  on Sunday for Trenton, Ontario,  where Mrs. Reid expects to spend  some time with friends and relatives.  Miss Vanrtervoot, of Trenton, has  been spending a couple of months j  here visiting Mrs. Reid.  ���������We can supply you with McKen-  zeis selected seeds at Calgary prices  S. A. Speers.  Anyone   wishing to have plowing!  done should leave orders at this office.  R. S. Bevan is spending a week in  Neison and other- points along the line  looking after   his   business  interests  "W.  H.   Faegan,    of Spokane, rep-  i"  reentative of the New World life insurance company   was a Creston visitor a couple of days this   week.  Father John of Cranbrook was a visitor to Creston a few days this week.  Mayor Fred Little says that he fiaa  seen a great many ready made articles, but the first ready made breakfast that he ever saw was on display  ih the Window ci Mr. W. H, Johnson's  pool i'ooiii on 1'uesday  IiiormnK.  Will Rose Lodge. No 89 meet every !|  Monday night.   A  fall  attendance ia  requested.  ���������First class dressmaking Mr?. B, E.  Embree, Victoria Avenne, three doors  past the Methosist Church.  F. J. Full James, an old timer of Creston, but now of Cranbrook spent a  couple of days in Creston the first of  the week renewing old acquaintances  and looking after business interests  'VUin  s  m  We cater to the ranchers  needs. A partial list of our  stock is as follows:  ������������������FOR1 SALE���������English furniture,  sofa, arm chairs, dining rcon*. chairs and  tables ���������Apply Review office.'  _'. j. iiean ot ilamioops ana  Cranbrook, a well-known newspaperman in the province; died in  a hospital in New Westminster on Thursday.   The remains will   probably   he  taken to Kajsiloop for mtermei.te  Mr. Deane in 1896  became interested  with Me. Hewett Rostock in the publication    of The  Province   a weekly  magazine puhished in Victoria, which  later   became the    Vancouver  Daily  Province.   For a number of yeir-ihe  published the Kasnloops   Sentinel.  In  1863 he was elected   member   of  the] J  Legislature for' Kamloops,   defeating J  Commissioner  of   Lands   and works "|  Martin, a member of tbe  Turer government.  At   the   next   election  he  was defeated by Mr. J. Fulton.  After that he sold his Kamloop interests and purchased the Nelson  News which he operated for a number of years. Later he bought the  Cranbrook Herald, which he looked  after until a few weeks ago, when his  health gave way.  He leaves a widow and one daughter  Margery, to inouro his loss.  ���������FOR SALE - "Old Indian Tree"  afternoon tea service, Phonograph  and 60 records. Perambulator, Child a  crib, 2 baby chairs, brass f jpe i-rotvs  small copper fender, soldering*; \voi\s,  i"Turnev Hot-blast" gasoline blow- j  torch, (1 quart), and auj-astabledressi-  FARM   EMPLEMENTS,  HARDWARE, HARNESS  R#i% I      ^m^msf'mf wm0*mm9u    iyiii-iyr^r���������_������������������ m  IES, FEED, ETC.  MMMMaMMMW--BMBgagaa--a i ' i n i__ga-__-_-___-_������������������*���������*__���������_  I  Creston Mercaniiie,Co.  2  making form. Mrs. H. Newell  Birch,  Notice  Monday, April 28th is named elean-  ing-np day for the Creston district.  Any refuse that cant- be burned on the  premises must be hauled away. Engage drayman to cart refuse to the  dumding ground. G. B. Henderson,  M.  H.   O.  Hugh Gunn, who has been spending  several months at Fernie, returned to  Creston Saturday.  ���������The C. C. S. ot Cranbrook is selling  Iron Beds with mattress and spring for  $11.  Sam Williams of Canyon (jMty was  a Creston caller Saturday last.  ���������New stock of Wail paper at Harry  Leonard'a shop, Sirdur avenue.-  Guy Lowenberg, who left about a  week ago for Victoria in order to secure a grant of $2000 for the purpose  of furthering the survey f6r the reclamation of the flats roturnod to Creston S.iturday.  ���������We pay the freight, and if y iu are  not satisfied with the values' received  from us, wo will pay tho freight back  ,-t,  and refund fnll   amount of your pnr-  chauo.   CCS.  -Holstein Bull,  Sir Glou Prirteiljel work in which she Is engaged.  . ���������Wanted���������- Immediately, car C.  I*.  R.  ,1'fgul ition size split cedar posts, f  n. b. Creston or    Wynndel. Rush answer to Ashley Cooper, Wynndel,  Cn Tursdny night at 8 P. M in the  Presbyterian   Church,    Miss.    M.   C  Ratte of   Toronto,   a  deaconeRs and  wpocial worker among  girls,   will deliver an address on her work.    To lliif**  meeting all   aire   invited.   'On   \V������'.  liegday   afternoon   at    2o' clock she  will deliver  nn   address     to   women  only".   Miss Ratte probably   has   no  equal In the Dominion in tho speehll  1!_itl_&   _!__-_t*rt*    1l%At_������S  *=^ **~     'L.      ' .  '  ' -*-  ���������n        w  \    \  THE   HOME  OF   THE  TRANSIENT  COMMODIOUS  SAMFLmg  ROOMS  [THE BEST AND MOST  POPULAR   HOTEL IN  THE KOOTENAYS  Rim on strictly Up>-td:date  lines. Unexcelled service in  all departments. tCitcheh  staff (including cook) ������tll  white ladies. Every comfort  and attention given to guests  The bar is s upplied with  only the best brand of goods.  1  _  I  Porters Meet Trains  W. A, HERON,  :ti^mmB,  =r;H-f���������-i-rv-i-vi--  Own your car���������don't  let it own you. A new  Mr. Dooley rises to  remark that there are  only two kinds of cais-  "the Fords and the  can't affords." You'll  want a Ford when the  season is ou. Then  buy it today.  MANAGER  PROFESSIONALS  R. STEWART  Real Estate. Loans and General Brokerage  i Special    represeneative,   The   Natiena  Realty Company  Creston  B.C.  t-v *-?���������������. t -v\-r c\rr* Vyxr  i\ E. HALLD. D, S.  Office   over   Frank Parks Hardware  Store���������Baker Street.  CRANBROOK,  B. C,  GUY   LOWENBERG  Consulting Engineer  "'.RESTON  ���������R.r..  MR, &  MRS. CROMPTQN  feachers of  Pia^Oj Vplin, Si^gJsg  Thi ye nr������3 mope thap 320^00.0  Fords on tha world's highway  ���������the best possible testimony  to their uue-'-'ceHed "wort���������.  Prices���������-runabout $������?o���������touring car $750���������town carf}/^'  ���������with all equipment, f, o. b-  Walkervil e, Ont. CJet par*  Get particulars from Ford  Motor Company of Cunndn,  Limited, Michigau aud Fourteenth Streets���������or lro*n  Creston fluto &  ������t*-ppl$ <^o.  1ft. S. ffitvan. Mar.  Music Supplied for Concerts & Dances  OKELL, YOUNG & ^o.  Real Estate and Insurance.  HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON     -  B.C.  JAS. U- SCHOFJJSJyD  Fire," Life and Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Etc.  TRAIL       -       ���������       -   B,C,  SfffffiHBS  n  Comprising J25 Acres  GRAND FORKS, B.C*  ������s?  The Rivor&idc Nurseries I  pSesmG  _ft#-Ff-rI������C: f KJCrlLd  cit&rtosl  CUARANTE-lD HOiiiE ci^OWIi  Cellared���������Roots iri earth, uo danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade,"  E-t-hllshe- lOOObythe HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture  ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  mm  s  ���������'hi* CiitiihiuiK* t'liil I'rieo UHt   write ri>~-  WALTER > . JALKSO      Agent, tiestou, B. C.  ���������llVI-rfl***-l*H-fi*'i'M'n^"n^^ immmm' ffS^MSmnS'^ ffP tHTf "H������ t%*p*  Korndyeke, No. 10765, will bu ������t Buuuy  Brook ranch, Canyon City, duHug sea-  sou 10111. Service feu $5 o.iuh. L). J.Lyon  ���������FOR SALE-Tweuty aores of llrst  claHH fruit huiel. Now four k'oiuu cot-  tn_e ou phicii, nil Hlimheil und burjii'dk^ 2  aores stumped,  water ri|*ht   for   both  douieMtio    nml  irrij;ntlon   jA-irpottr*".    A  J burg-tin.   KiKpiiio at thirf olllce.  ��������� I huve just received  a enrloitil  of  democrats   buggii'H    uliiili    an'     all  guaranteed, call nnd see them.   H.  >S  McOri'iith.  DUCK CREEK NEWS  E Butterfiidd, Mrs. C, H. Black nnd  Minn Olga Wigen wero visitor to CieH-  t on    tr'riiiny.  W. .1. Cooper, Miss Emma and  Wnlter .Tohnson wero Creston eallerH  .Saturday.  AliH W. M. Cole and son cumi* to Duck  Creek on Saturday to join her husband.  CRANBROOK - O-C  The  Funeral Directoi  IW  I  Victor   RuntlvlK  was   a visit op  Creston 8 inday.  to  ��������� Send for our prices on furniture, wo  l>uy tho ft-uii-Ut.   0 0- ti-  Alherl Htuart of Alien  Siding Mpent  H:itmilay at Duck Cnilt.  I  FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL  It mnltcs no <il(rcrenc������ whnt ytm tticuro on  pUiitlnit ttil- Bciif-on���������-wt cun nupply you,  and "with tlio nucvt qunllty ot ourscry atonic  DVer grown,  *n irmrw, nlrinm. wlnrit. h^rrlim. util-nhfij  ������.T������rgi-i'oiiu, rui-b, etc., sold bj u������ nro guur-  TH-1U T(l NAMKQ  It will pny you to got In touch with ul.  ���������   KVKUY Pl.ANTtta NKKDfl OUR BOOK���������  LANDSCAPK OARDCNING  8c   WHAT TO PLANT" .  32 PAGES,        lO^^TAMPS)  l^^rv-^vi-S immmm rv  fl ^^f JrtL. mmmd JBasad! MSmi    tati  I _Tlr__*>l-<it_I__i Www.  M U RSE RIESm  III RICHARD Mc-C0MB.CEHlMGR.  _?"     -j  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmtn in���������������������������������l  Janice Corilig-ion,  Agent  A. Mirabelli  r  ������������������ni .IIIHIW.IIW mnini.li. ���������������������������������������������m.. ,.   _ ��������� ������������������1__������_���������__. .1 ���������i_hih_i ���������������������������__ ������������_������������������  Sadttie and  Horrieao   Repairing  a speoIalty  Dealer in   high   class  boots aad saoes.  w__-k___f^. oven ah vcars*  EXPEniewctt  Ti-iadk Mahkb  COPYt-IIOHTk Ac.  Anyone nondliiB ������ nk������tA)i ���������nd deiotiptlon tmny  Hiili'lily HNcnrinhi mir ������i|ilnloii fr������- vrlirtlmr *n  iiiviiiiiHin in iirolmlily v.lituiiiiiii|n,^("riMiiiiiiiili,n.  Uoninirlollynnniiiloiillnl. llANOOOOK on I'ninnU  ���������mil fr������a. Olilttut nonnoy for *nKiiirTiiirjmUhiIi.  I'ttenw tftk������n tbrouKli Mnnn It Co. r������o������lv������  Hifi-iVii nolks, wlllioiit olmruo. tn tli*  Scientific Hm-ericm  4 iiKiiiiwiiiii'lir' llliimrMi^Hl wmnly. Ijxiui-h. tin-  ,'iilminii nf uny iu'lmitllln Inunial. 'Irriim for  I'mikiU, |ji.7A n ���������fiul, It-unUiiu lno|,ii|rl. Hold liy  .11 lu������M'������J.*lr;*.  im.hm 9 UL WMblwilori. P. C.  tmmmmsmx  ���������.mi'ti^m^mmmxMpmmmmmmmmmmmm-H  ^^^^^^^^2 TTTT.'  JCXJCj  CRESTON  REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.  C.  :".-."���������'.  THE  MAM WHO WOULD  SLEEP.  MONTREAL'3 EX?in3n;3.       j  The New City and the Old Presjnt a  Peculiar Contrast.  The oity of Montreal _ivi*^ one the  impression of a conflict liet.ween tli?  mediaeval ami the modern or between  the customs of the old world and  I hose of the new. says a writer in Tin;  Toronto G'.obe. Narrow streets, relics  ol tne days when tlie eitv  under  the    old    French  Must Be In the Position tt Nat Caring  Whether   He Sleeps cr   Not.  Peopl." nie very fussy abiuit sleeping   and   :-iill   in  :*e   t'us.y   about   net  - sleeping. A person wiio cannot slcvl*  thinks th-it lie i> the nio?t .-uifeniu  piece oi" humanity in existence,  -hake.-j care punished tim������t oi nis  murderous   cimiacters    ami    even   hi>  . flu-sts with insomnia.    Sleep was. ac-  . cording  to many of the poets and son-  . net makers. t;i_ only cure tor tlie ic.-t  of the woi id.  It seem- a bit curious that it is  only people wanting to u-e sleep a- a  method of transportation from tli-.-m-  selves who cannot sleep, (.'hiaireii a,-  ".vavb Ye- p. except wiieu tlmv .!������������������ lie:  want to and animals are never troubled with insomnia. Cats ami d ,_'������  fro to .-;ecji when they haven't any  tiling d.-j to do. They are not trying  to forget anything. Their ..onscieiiee-  are clear, 'ihey do not know they ar,-  going  t>   sieep���������t'iiey   ju.-t   izo.  The  iirst  host euro   for  ir.M.miuia  is.  therefor*.-,    tin.-    habit    of    'o-.du_-    .-;.!���������-  ; ticiently   satisrYd   with.   your.?:'!   when  l  you   are   awake   so   that   you   need   u, t  .- care  wiiet'iur  you  sleep  or n- t.      I'ii ���������  - 'last best cure is the ability to be .-..���������  , interested :u yourse,*' wiien v-m arc  . iBV ake that you will p::.���������:���������_ r m. i to  " 6leep.  John Muir telY in his aut mio-rapbv  jof his ditiicuity in find time t < iea i  :and work for i 11r*i ���������._-11. His iatiier v>a-  Btrict an-.! John wai sent *������������������ bed '.-very  ���������night im:n--i;at-:!y after prayers, persistently the Ln'iy insisted on si aiehm-  . t_ve minutes with his candle, unf.i m-  .   'father tnl-1  him  th.at  i:  he  n:u.-t  ron ;  - ,'he could iTf-t up e.iFiy n. *.;:,_��������� _i r:;;;;.;  and read, -j <...h ti prayed, i.e. for sleep.  ���������but that he mY'ht wake up b-:'-ro ';���������.:-  iather ea.ied iiim. ::,-.��������� easy ":':;u :������������������ r a  .boy who workr.-,.i ail day in t.ie m.'.:������������������  'He did wake Up and wi:-:: ;:���������_- ^I'c-*  down   to   tile   kit.heir   :t   wa?   ;���������_>*.   -.������������������������������������.���������  . lo'clock, leavin." rive h--urs :-��������������������������� mm >.-;.:.  five hours m which he c- ul-.i ti..- . x  actly what he wanted to ti--. Me ,i, *.  not think of the Y-.- ,������������������' sleep. He mo:  'found five hours and he mumi tiv-.  [hours  every   night  after   tb.at.  It is he win., gels sleepy that sh.-a :  complain. Tlie man who ea:;:: .  sleep can  do  so  many  other  th::.;:-.  , How To  Be Agreeable.  The  ouly   way   to  be   agreeable  ai> i  =6We������b   is   to    avoid    ';e!!:������T   d iSaCP ---.I.:- ;���������'.  The  first  act  in the  play  of   .-el:   ;iu-  -provement problem is to tie a.~ cYii to  ome "oik  as  vou  wouiu   ���������  to stra:  er3. Let loose sweet thought.- aiid  jSnuzzle ami choke off t.l 1��������������� unkind on..-.  The second act is the same. And so  ,is the tliird and fourth.  -*. If one is determined to look for  fights they surely will find more than  they are looking for. became a lot of  them will be looking for tbem. To  take lite calmly is the only way. I'eo-  nie are s.'hhim insulted us do.oily ;, -  'they fancy, and even if they are silent  ���������it is so much more effect ivc than  scrapping. The freedom to say ju-t  ���������what is tli'n;-:lit to home folks ha-  ibroken up more homes, than drink ��������� r  Infidelity.  r  IaTTTT^T"  T ifXO  CUTICURA  s  was fortilied  regime, are  slowly being transferred inio wide  business thoroughfares.. Churches.,  convents and monasteries which till  now nestled beside bank buildings,  stock exchanges and manufacturing  establishments are giving way before  the onward rusli of commerce and are  moving to outlying districts. The old  museums, historic homes and 'he  landmarks redolent of the early history of the city are beiim replaced by  skyscrapers and odice buildings. In  brief, old Montreal, which for centuries resisted the modernizing effect  of commerce, is at last beimr swept  before it ami in a few years tin-"* quaint  old city which charmed tourists and  travelers will he a thine of the past.  The old downtown section, which  until, a few years aim was a straugi;  mixture of residential and business,  is now all business. With improved  transportation facilities, the people  have L'one  far  afield.  ������nd  to-day   they  FAMATIC   FOLLOWERS   GO   MAD  |. -=.���������������������������  d  a re  spreai  1 i mr  ollt  i  "a 111 i  k.  tne  abu  M'Uiii  tile  ���������a in.  ri veri  ai:,  1','l't  ,  In   :  i  SO!','  idlllLt  "Ut     1  -.;'   i  ie  ! eo  i  ��������� t  111 o V  .'.1  an-  tiler  c'e.a  'ill  I r, ���������  u  levotnl  and     w ��������� ���������.-, t  -���������.-use.  the  ���������    has    ,-,...  the    cite.  I'.i the old day.-- the Mirai was era.'--,!  into the urban, ami it was possili.e.  for a visitor to step from the populous eity to the quiet of rural Quebec  with little or no iiicouvenienci.:. Th.'  old   imnion     truck   farms,   with    tlmir  i  are under double strain���������  strength to live and 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 generations. It strengthens  the bones, muscles and sinews;  builds the body, creates energy  and vigor; prevents and relieves  colds and fortifies the lungs.  'Millions of delicate ami undeveloped children have, been  made strong, snin.lv and hearty  with Scott's Emulsion.  Insist on having SCOTT'S.  Scott iv ikmne. Teionlo, Ontuiio    *.;"-65  Russian   Peasants  Who  Believe     Thctl  Christ L.ved  in  Rucsia, Net ]  Pa estine !  St.  Petersburg, Russia.���������An    Arch-'  'angel   correspondent  sends  a  niovinfi'  ; description   of   the   sufferings   of   the'  j Moldavian   neisants   who  in   n.id-w in- ���������  ; ler   folk    ed   the   1'   .:;tical   monk   la-,  nocentius over 1000 miles from thai  j Podolia government to tho MuronisKv I  j monastery, on the Cneua river, wlior? 1  i he was banished. " j  ��������� liaised, siarvins ami frost-bitten. I  ! death threatened thom all on the1  ! snowy wastes who the Are'., .nisei an-i  I thorities sent a " iree .:f rural n'tiar.isi  ; to stop their mmvh and arrest their ;  : leader and teles���������plied to tho Ked :  ; Cross Society, urs-Mitly askins for;  ( mmheal aid. Koine of ihe piisrims1  j had money in comparative plontv, fori  j before siai-tin.s nortliwanls thev had!  | sold their h'o!0!,sinss. hut it was ol'i  ; ro avail lo them iu tin- fro.-.en wil,  ' ness.  ;      Their   number   was  ; in the firs;  ac    ain  ~\0W,  inehiiiins   a  1 wiimi'u and children .  back to their homes liy train  ed  \-;ins.     Tlu  ed th  station    ol"  Evenii j on ths Farm  (Thirty Years Ago)  John, have you wound the clock?  Yes, dear?  Ami put     :t the cat?  Y?s. dear.  And  locked the     -,or?  Yes. do;::-.  Then you c   ���������. co "ie io bed.  (Today)  Rudolph, have vou locked the safe?  Yep-  Am!   put  the  auio   iii   ilie  sai'ase?  Yep.  Aud  shut, on' tho    dynamo    in    the  basement'.'  Sure,  ?diko.  All  light, you can roll into the hay  now.  Needs Assistrnce  loach  lias a   terrible  temper.  So  !   have heard.  It   sei'ms-as  ihoush he can'l. control  niei  i  GERMAN    ROYAL    WEEDING  Renounce  iiie  ii   liiiiOceiii-  Ltiat-v  \' e t:  a pi  a.', l:t  M,  ii d cott.-iLr.'s. ttie::-  . their ii.-hi- i'if to!  m.i their orchards  -. are no !e:i_'or c!  They ha\e :a'!,-n i  ��������� i i s 1 i a; k a i!,: i i -.  Th.- ri'.-ult is :!  ���������inini.' tiie  a:-n; la:...i  i:' i i i _: for :  !:-: ^aiiiir- :  me-ma:���������.-. i s  ;ere:i-:U^   '  . ���������:"    e;,j>i'i'!  ��������� i.i  le l-aK''-  U>d ---ar-  ���������'allieii -,  ;.  ���������   n nee  1*. -: 1!  Jazi't; i  '. a I i .s  e  May    be   Asked    to  Enij'iib  Till."  .-    Tbe   b'henish    W'cstpb.abiin  the leading or-  diite press,  ice   Kra-  Kssen.  t ;i O   ������������������ ��������� -"' i  ���������s    tlie  oni' oi  :; .n arnivi;  -vish   th.at  in  r.  b.ea-  of   the   duke   o(   C umber land.  i~ enrased 'e the kaisi*r's duush-  be induced to reiuuince his  tie '.u" prince before his  mar-  may  di  ���������  -\1  i .: : '  lictl  ���������. i -. a  lloll  r.  lb. is  siv  the  i'. \-1  der.  mv  lip  ito  so  .    :   . . >.SI  i-iaiie. !  Owins to the d.'ath of Kins Oeorse ;  ���������!' Oreece, brotb.ei- ot* tlie duchess of!  -uinberUmd. the royal weddias. ac- i  .-ordins to the Taj;email, will b.1 a?-!  simple as possible, and only the ini-1  mediate relatives of the twa families |  a ill be present. The duke of  mrland's vis: to Fotsdam is postponed  until  after tlie  king's funeral.  a::  ia?  *a:;s-  '.e   retaken  e ar  ��������� r , .���������    r.  real  noo.ooo.  r  n ' :  'at;  The e:  v-lii.-.'h  rn:ies <  ci'-ver  M-'n<,ic  acre.-.  anrf hum-ire  in'^ on the  i o i>I, ,,v a:,  1. -..-       ..:.;...,  M-MTv:*:  y   hiis   4To  So   miles   f.  '   SeWr.TS,  50  -.-ars  a \'  e._:er M-nit-  : ������������������ the- p-pa-  ".vas "Jii7.i.*(.������i.).  :   streets,   of  d:    iias   o-50  Telesram.s from Prince Rupert, the  Pacitic terminus of the Urand Trunk  Pact lie Railway, indicate that residents of that ci:y are greatly satisfied  at the arrival of 50 white fishermen to  take par: in the halibut fisheries which  have their centre in that place. The  salmon fisheries iu  the Skeena River  imdeiie-l imated i  :   was  well ovi ;��������� ;  p.rcat   proportion   of I  lev   Were  S'.'lll  ���������  n  war: .- i  correspondent   witn >ss- |  e ilepar:ure of olio pari.*   from the j  Ni-uulniiia . Krosl-bit ti   : i  cheeks, eats, t'm-er.s and toes w me the!  vale rather  than   lhe  exception.   Near-;  '>'    "'l    'he    ;   "'trims    were    lu\i;i'iined i  wiih dirt.       Many women and children I  \mmv  iu  hvMi-rics.     The ociiipants of j  em-   van   were   ; piatod   on   the   11.air!  pra.xsiiS with open  Hildes before them. '  ��������� he    correspondent    ipiestioii  pilsnins as to the hold w!d  i'.is   had   over   them       Incredible   as   it ,  inay   sound   in   the  twentioth   i-entury. j  in   a   civilized   country,   the   following!  is  ; b.e  iiist  of the repli.-s  he received? j  The   followers   of   Innocentiu-i   knew I  :luit    .lesus   Christ   had   appeared   in;  the   Onega   region   and   not.   in   Pales-!  tine.        He  was  seized  there,  but.  was I  taker,   elsewhere   for   crucifixion.    Al-'  plui  and  i>mesa  iu   the  Revelation "of \  St.   .John designatei". our Lord and In-'  nocentius   iReference   has  been   made  in   teleg anis  to   the  co:.fusion  of  the  peasants between Omega and O.iesa).  Otherwise   why   wa;     there     housing  room  for  1000 persons in  the  Murom-  sky  monastery  when  the monks only  number?d   "100?       This  was  the  work  of  the   Lord.     They   had   been   shown  a picture of Innocentius portrayed as  Cum- i Jesus Christ with a nimbus encircling  his  head  and  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 guard-, tried to fire a blank  cartridge in order t intimidate them,  his rifle had misfired  three times.  A simila;- miracle had occurred previously at Balta. in  Podolia. when an  1   have  nuiued   lhat  a   liigu'er man  than  he  for   liim.  it always lakes  is  to control  it  Millard's   Liniment   Cures  D-isidruf?.  Found  His  Place  Yon  know that old tightwad Jeiiks?  Sure.  Well,   ho   goes   to   the   theatre   now  regularly once a week.  Yes, a moving picture show.  Evidence  Seen   Mrs.   (Jaybey  latelv?  j     Xo.       Why?    "  ���������      Shi   has  a   new   Paris  gown  i new  diamond  bracelet.  Now   what   indiscretion  has  Gayhoy  been  commit tin*,?  and  i ���������n.li-tT.-  ispravnik   (police officer)   insulted In-  great  number  of Japanese : r.ocentius and  advanced towards him  workmen who are of course, looked on i threatening^. Innocentius    looked  ���������,v;tii some distrust in British Columbia j straight into his eves, and said qulet-  ... : .-��������� . huildins np of deep sea fishery '  o r  omen  W o t k  is the best tonic. It prevent9  headaches and biliousness by  stimulating the liver and  digestive organs to natural  action.  ^  y  'TV>-fe*;;1,'fM ������������������<*J,*'I -v'l "7 L7  .H>r*4M-'-';:*"...'Ci 4u F  tils ^-vT-MJiirU'l '1) !   IJ^.  P.osy Cheeks  follov.r its daily use- because this  plciirr.tiv V.ut'jlir.K drir.lc ir. mildly  in.Miiivc- in its actica and clears ihe  blood ci ii;*purities.  Take a Botlla lloae To-da?. 3a !  At all %T_^_i_  **P<m\ Y, '\    urarxeO  ���������������������������V^^Xi^.  ;,-:"y������.; V^  mzti  Ill idl  Ti  i'A   mi..  fiiur.  Pro-,  lo th  !l'\s,   ���������'-.  -taut.  ���������   lltllll  i n a _'; ..������������������   -��������� ���������'.'������������������  ���������r   tic   sr'iri  Mout-e  whio'n Su ar  Uf  iiie the  : *2ii.t:00  ���������mi a ires  -,i   verT-  i class.  ants  !������������������;  .uul tm  such as tha*" f'!v halibut  :\:i:'n ;ire employed    is  area:  imporrance  by  the residents of  iritish    Columbia.     Recent      advices  from Prince  Rupert tell of storing of  ans of herring in that city to be used  .is bait for the halibut.  a i  a  i or  al      ha-      24*2  ���������.-��������� Catholic. 12't  ���������-n.    To  cat>'T  Sbrt  v Inclitjt-stion ot  Horses,  "florses lieipiemly siilfer from Inrtl  geHtion caused by iinpert'eet nutrition  Have the teelh alteudei.i to by a vider-  Innrinn. Uive the drinking water bo-  fore meals; du not fi������e<l any bulky feed  at noon or work I lie horse sunn after a  meal. Allow free access to rock salt-  Ked with sawdust or pinning mill  Shavings if lie eals his bedding. Peed  whole oats (oldi and one-sixili part of  whent In an, wetted nt feeding time.  Allow one poTmd of this mixnire foi  encb 100 of live weight anil give a like  ��������� mount of* mixed nr timothy or prairie  hay.--l<,urm Journal.  ment of !mr citiz,  Ho lriovimr-picUnv shows,  al s-->atinj capacity of 30,000,  nn.i six re_n!ar theatres, with a rei-'u-  lar seatitrj  en pa."ity  nf   la.OO0.  In scorr-s of ways the city is crowing ami expanding beyond ihe wildest  dreams of the older im-n of the present generation. To keep pace with  expansion.       * u'olie  j,obsess-,  with a t  A county lair v.'itnout a Y.-rute taffy  ind pink lemonade stand has fallen  ���������'rum ihe glory established by its predecessors.  this expansion. * u'olie station;  churches, schools, postal stations,  banks and many other institutions  are straining evr-ry nerve. Greater  Montreal means Ltroatei- demands on  her   public-   servants.  Airmen Taken for Spies  Berlin.���������Two airmen, on alighting  at Xeupfalz, Germany, though wearing  the uniforms of officers of tho German Uhlans, were taken for foreign  spies and chased hy a hostile crowd  to the police station where their iden-  iity was subsequently established.  Isn't his life insured?  Yes.  Then  what  docs his wife  worry  so  about  it for?  To   Eradicate   Slums.  Tf pro-sent plans do not. fail Montreal will bo devoid of slums inside  a few years.  An organization wns completed recently which has for its object the  elimination of slum.- thmueh the establishment of proper dwellings, adequate park." and play<.'rniuvis, and all  the other r,'"|U; it, s of a properly enn.  dm-tcd city.  For some time spasmodic efforts at  reform wer" made by various socio  ties, such a- the Metropolitan Parks  ('<- hi in i -' si',n. the board of Trade,  .���������hardy orunnizntion,-, tlm City Improvement I.ea-ue, and many other  i.r.'ani/.aiiops, but at a inectimr of all  th-' busbies-, charitable nnd reform  11--0 ���������iations in the city it was decid-  ��������� ! * ;:,1'.' tlie f,-roe.-,'cti. all into ono  ������������������������������������pro-i'mtntivi' body. The meeting.  whieii was hold in tlm "Board of Trade,  y: Neither thy hand nor thy foot  where white j shall stir, and the ispravnik stopped  considered   of | dead, as though paralysed.  On being confronted hy the rural  guards the p'lgrims gathered round  Innocentius. ind had to be dragged  away before tht ntcnk could bo arrested. The vice governor of Archangel approache." Innocentius: Where  are you going? he asked him. I  am going to seek tho new Zion, was  thp answer, and the crowd of pilgrims  repeated in song: \V. are going to  seek the new Zion.  Innocentius' followers to tho far  north included his mother nnd five  sisters. When he wr.s at Balta. ho  attracted thousands of nilgrlms to the  looal monastery b- the power with  whioh he was credited of casting out  devils. Thorois an annniUns: amount  of lunacy in th.at nar.t of Russ'a. sren-  ernlly p-ufribocl to tho peasantry eatinc  a- paste r" unripe maizo instead of  lcavon"d bread.  Tho Bnlt.a district hooamo an absolute inferno 6f the ina'1. numbers of  ���������������������������iinm  wore  brought  thoro  in  lio"ds.  1  Fresh picked luscious Niagara  fruit   and granulated  sugar make  si        s\        rtmmvmvair*  V.   -HUH.  Hard on  Her  Poor Mabel! 1 think her father i3  so   mean  lo her!  What's the trouble?  You know how nicely she und:  Charlie aro getting on'.'  Yes.  Well, now d:?v father tells her that  he can't afford to pay for a new gown-  as long as she runs the parlor lights  live nights in the week.  Nearly  all  children  are  subject to-  worms, and many are born with thani.  Spare them  suffering by using Mother   Graves'   Worm   Exterminator,   th*-  best remedy of the kind that can ntf*  had.  The    kind     like    mother  She   says   she   thinks   it.   will   bo  a , ���������, , ...,., ., .     -     ,  perfect shame if his second wife gets    rllis Beenls *������ hnVo hePn ,ho ���������,,n<?*���������1  reason   of   Tnnneentuis    banishment.  Rcvcrs-il   imnnij'lal   investinrntors  main-  ill that money.  When a girl doesn't find the front j '���������������������������������������������  ,liat   ���������������������������r>V!> wpc; "'������������������'���������I'nR immoral  porch or tho hammock attractive her!'" ���������*** toao'aing or bis life.  mother begins to fear she meditates aj    career. ARM-IN-ARM--WALKING   BANNED  A man likes the statement  that lie | Father Tiklnn His Daucjlifr to School  ins risen to the top of the ladder.     Ai One Exception ta Rule  Paris,    France.���������The    old-fashioned  habit    of      a    man    and    ;.    woman  lUdUC  A  BSOLUTELY PURE|  Can be had from your  Grocer  In Doubt  His fath<    -I'rove an ox team.  And he drives an jauto.  Some advancen-jeiifc. ..  Yes, but the ox team was paid for.  woman resenls tho intimation that slu  wasn't always there.  ������������������; ~ . i walking arm-in-arm in public has long  "Son can t always see through a man , },()hfc oUt of rrf~illoni Knya tho P.u,ls Kx.  who lias a clear conscience.  FRIENDS HELP  St.  Paul Park Incident  \wi- birji'ly attoii'hd, and was thor-  ouchlv repp soiitntivo of the best men  and   clubs   in  lhe  city.  It    was   decided    to   undertake    immediately  the  work   being carried  on  by  the   sopiirnto   bodies,   and   nl-m   to  carry  on  practical  experimental worlc   found   in  coffee  in tlm building of model leiieinents  ���������'.V'tor drinking coffee for break fast. I he lake hers?  I alwa>s leit languid and null, lulling i 'bhe spcciaclo  mi iiiiiDition to get lo my morning  duties. Then In about an hour or so  a weak, nervous doriingenieiu of th .-  iieiiri and stoiiuicli would como over  inn with sunn force ' would frequently  iiavu lo liu down."  Tea   .s just as  harmful,  because  it,  aintalna    eali'i'lne,    the    siuuu    drug  celsior  In  its  columns  a  discussion  on  the  subject, is taking placo, especially on  I the point: Should the woman place her  ' iirin wlihln ilini. of   he man, or should  The Foe of Indigestion.���������Indigestion is a common ailqient?and fow- are  free from it It is a) most distressing  complaint, and of ter. the suffering attending it is most severe. Tho very  best remedy Is Par'wieleo's Vegetable  Pills, taken according to directions.  ! They rectify* the irrteglilar. action of  | t lie stomach and re .oro healthy action. For many years they have heon  a standard remedy for dyspepsia, uml  indigestion and are highly esteemed  for their qualities.  He  Had  Discovered  Why do they ca"l this the century  run? asked the Huffy young thini_-"  leaning far out to see what was going-  on.  Because, replied the man who was-  fooling with the bolts and valves of"  the bucking auto, it takes a century  to make it.  Minard's  Liniment Cures Burnt.  Eto.  How He Would Get Them  Willie, if your brother gave you two  apples and your sister gave you two-  more,  how  many  would  you  have?  I   would   have   four.  Correct,  '.Villi.-*.  But I would have two fights first.  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  ALWAYS DO GOOD  Mothers, whether your baby is suf*  fering    from    indigestion,    colic      or'  worms,  or  from  some  other  form  of  childhood ailment, you will find Baby's  Own  Tablets  a  sure    relief.      Thousands of mothers use nothing else for  their little onea.    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'  mail at 25 cents a box from The Dr.  Williams' Medicine    Co.,    Brockville,-  Ont.  of pooplo walking  avni-ln-ai'in ih, snys Ihe F.xeelsior, beginning to become quite tcnsutioniil--  unless they are a father taking his  daughter to :a.-hool. Whereas in  former ihiya the lady timidly placed  her hand within the arm of her cavalier, lig*hM*i* resting on hla sleoviv,  Ihe up-to-diile couple walk coldly aloof  the niiin ���������wll'li   lioih. hands behind' ���������'���������������������������CJ';  "At'other times I had severe, head-' ������������������*'���������*���������������������������������������������   ,lu-   "-VrOnmn   with   both  hers  in  aches;   Hioiuaeli   finally  beeanie infect-' her muff.'     "''���������"      *' '  Nftwfoundland'B Best Yoar. ,,v|  itnd  digestion  so  impaired   Mini   li     There-is Ultimo when seir-rPHpoelljig  N"i-<wP,nn,Hand's trade for the fiscal    had   serious   chronic   dyspoptYa   and i l������<'oplo may penult the lselvos to wiilK  vear 1'H 1 -1 *J exceeded that of lhe pre-   constipation.       A    lady,     for    nmnv  VioiH   vear   bv   $:i.!iOn.onn.   making   it   years State President of Ilia W.c.t?  ! ann-lu-arni.    IL is when  they aro on  holiday, In ih- '.country,   ln*,l.uiHis. of  ini*   IllOnl    pin.-pi'i mis   ill   Ihe   hndoiy   ill  tiie   colony,   ii coord i ni-'   to the   budget  refwrt   suiiinittiai   in   the   assembly   u'  f> w  dav.-  ago.  I-'or ihe fiscal yonr ended .Juno, lOlf},  t>,, i.iid'rt .l|i,ii:i,i| ii uiirplil1-' of "I!'I'll'.*!,-  <������iio. The *��������� -i minted surplus for Dm  ,'nir I'lidim.' nexl .Jniie i-i $ lfi<l,<M"Ki in  iifl'lition 1o a .similar iiiimuu! retnit-  ti-l to lln- | nplc by the n-oellt Tli-.  duet nm  ill taxIII imi.  pei\eei'ul   rei'erle.   whei    all  naiiiru sconi'*!*uphold hands.  thliii������������i   In  It i.Vim  .���������ittltudu.,ivhlch doninnds^a, eerialn lull- nicy, ji"fff',ni-f-*'ni'flH i'if Kill* ami eon-  Arrivinf*  ngn with onlv  Mr,   II    IY   I'  H������   Did   Well.  m   V\ ni pipe ;  thirty  i,., told mc. :*.!u: hai*. l.-een greatly iM.a.  ellted by quilting coll'ee and iming  PuHimn; sho was troubled for years  withi" asthma.      She  said  it  was  no  cross  to  quit   coffee   when   she   foiuid ! tonM.>.h|l*jvi*;.H'Hfl,qf "inlcn. ���������  she '.mid  have as rollr-lous aa aiilcie<     No. decidedly, Bays' tli'o' Parisian, lot  as l'osiuin. j uh um Ui'i.ng ;,;,hack    .1 lii.s    arin-iii-arm  '"Anoilici* lady, who had been in,a-1 l'aHhlo:i to l^iirls. The picture In  hied wllh chronic dyspapsla for voui-h ! drawn of a young minrof a type'whleh  found Immediate relief on ceasing out-, Is seen froquonily In Mm streets, who  fee and using Post inn. SI III another! ���������������������������������������������un ������ K-iTh ������ni|_ with a sort of jti-  I'rleiul told me Mini Postum wim a C.o,|-  seiul,   lu-r  iienrt.  trouble   ha ing  be, u  More   Fitting  lie fell hi"'lovo wlth������*.Mtc teacher.  Is he so young as that?  You moan to say, Is she so young?  Probably   |  mini nt'to ask aro hoth  so young? > ? :���������  Sonie people are so perfectly honest  J.hnt ihey won't lake a single thing  Irom  your^houHQ.   ., (  Yes, some won't even tako their departure.  The   Nerve  of  Him  You ki.bw Itrinvi-n-"? '4 '      ���������   *  >.Y-J-h. ,  Whut.-looa ho dp for a living?   ' , f  Just    Uvea    without  Nothing  any excuse.  lie  Say, you are a shoe manufacturer?  This name Is for new footwear. ?.���������  would call it the president's shoe, and:  everybody would he anxious to step  into it.  TO  CURE-   A  COLD   IN  ONE  DAY  Take LAXATIVE "BUOMO Quinine Tab-  lots.    Druggists refund  money  If lt  full*-  to cure.      13.   \V.  CttOV-'S slgnaturo Is-  uu   cacli   box.       t-Tic.  Willing to Please  I havo a fortune in a namo that I  will sell for about $1,000,000, and lt lac-heap at that.  Better keep it rather than sacrifice*  it.  Leniency for a Dead Man  Homo.���������-V man who appealed'  against a sentence or fifty daya' l.nv  prlsonmont. passed on hhn at Turin,  and who died dur.ng tlio Interval, hnd'  his sent once reduced hy tho magistrate*  who tried the cas< to one of lll'teea  days* imprisonment.  IMHMMM   ������������������������   -Wil'   il" ���������  I, ll,_l   ���������  ArtlEt'o Revenae  Vienna.���������-Herr Anion BorlceR, a  niuugin*'lun art 1st, <- :. throe of his pic-  lures to pieces In view of n, nunierousi'  public, at the Budapest Art Exhibition  lo splto tho lmnglntz coninilttoo for  assigning his .'ork; 'an ' unfr.vorablar  place on the walls.  ���������  And  occ.Tiinnal   liul'.r  di-Cisin^     ford,  of Ciit.ii ni.i  <" ),i,:ii,i-;,:   \*,,,  jii'<:-  vent it wlicn all '"���������!*���������'��������� t.'iil'',.  dillmir* Hii������(i nn1  iilniitirru ������r������ m.M   i'.ri,'n't.o'it  HX.X ������.irlr| 1     ,   l.r.ll   .an,l,l.    On,'        ������'"        '.-l.;.. ri  tMMtKlal Oil Mil* '111"    Ml,I    III-, llll, I-I, I    -���������'.    Or-    ^(I|, it'll  *������������.n   mmm* r.\..   frf^.       4,������,...,. ,. ,it.r  l.'-.u   I, I"   l.r"fn.  Oorp^ 1>������D--, -.o>. itiuiu.n. I.. a. \.  am i -  defn-r  f i,i lil;  yoarn  loiirpeiii'i' in bi^ pocket.  ilpott. biiM  ind. returned  .; ,:. !������������������ !., ,  o,.:,.,   t ���������-. * *. ,\.Y-  Kl'lil ,      |?|i('   ,     till'     po-;,r.o,n|'     nf    11  !     * ���������*.."���������.*''".      w be-h     I..-    b:n  ��������� ���������'1   in   '  ., loela   ic   ii   mill l.r-l   ion -  and   florr-t       M -    l'bil|n,lt,   who  ��������� bu-lilv  of  i,   man'''   pro.poet j,  hi  an  .���������it I  W.   N.   U.   0-18  or at e  ) ti,,-   man;  ; U-,ii.n,;:  1 int..  f . '���������    r ,,i  (i nm,  lad    in  noli ji-viwi ienl from  who bni'w liirii in n  ui   early   day;-,.    Tit.-  li lie\ ed   ;i|   i-r   leaving   off   cullee  taking on I'ostum.  'So   many   such   ens   ���������   i-anie  to  my  lioliie   lli.il    |   concluded   coffee   Uio-,   the  i im;,e   ol    i   y   trouble   and   I   quit   ami  icok   up    I'm.nun.     I   am   more   than ,  pli in,eil to ��������� :i v   i .i.'it  my ihyii m t rouble  11; i \ e    <li:,fipp''iir,'f|. I    ilm    well    ;unl  happ.v . "  I.ooh  Iii  pkgM.   for Mm  fainomi little  liooK,        | lie    KollU    lo    \\ ein Jilt- .  t~ .1      ,  I .������...,*       I ...... '.        4  onr appears from time to Mme. Tlioy  nrr i rmilnrs, true, and "ull ol human  lr>*r,rr������it.  , wiiiiiiiiiiimriliiriiyTi FOR WOMEN ONLY  j i  -|>0Yesaa Feel  juitm   grip,   grasping   her   liiitul   and  wrlfit. holding her elbow as In a vice  ami by Ilia leverage of lib* arm forcing  her lb walk with one shoulder hunched  nn  nnd  the  other   lowered.    The oh-  Jicl  oppenrs to bo Mint  th" man may J  propel   Imi  companion,   much   as  a   pn- I  I ice iii.-iii,.- might., ii.rnpe)   a   recalcitrant I  oiiemler lo Mie  police rdal ion . .  . Thin Is i "early not to be compared  for eriioofiilni'HH with Mu* I'asiilon of a  i-i'imi-iiMnii ago, when the Inly hung  oi,ii,i,i    on   mi    ......   ..I   ..    in,   uu,.  ,!���������,,,I, l",..     ..       <i.-l  Bac-cclie or IIe^J2K_������    , I  -r-��������� ���������-��������� -��������� e_H-_-_>-i *0if*4;giJii* Dowa Sciicalioias   S  rl1l_fid,",l3l7,,__ -irtW^B NervoiiB���������Drnins-i- I  . f'-SM,E-~- ^ZZJSLmmmmmi jL.Ttn*\ctntn Low Down.    J  '<a      It is because of somo, derangement or dliseaMe  '������      (liatinetly -feiniitiiiA.    Write Dr. R. V. Pierce's  Faculty at IhV-llds' Hotel, Buffnlo, N.Y.  : Consultation - Js , free  and advice ia strictly in  confidence.  Br, Pierce's waVorife iprescnptimfi  mmmmmsMmmmtm***mmmmmmmmmmMmmmmm*m        iM������     mimxmmmmammmmmmmammmmm      mlmm*        ttr'tim w'ym'nmrm'mmu)noB(....\'m}K\mri m*-n'lu-iintm  M  Thn  uniuiceensful   peiiion   In  UHiinlly  lhe one who In Jnt'l   n iieeoiul Ion Ini"  restores the health and spirits and removes thoso  painful symptoms mentioned above. It has been  Of-vl'l    \\-lt   A **!!4V44-ir'l I*     fr.*.   r\l,S\l*    ACS   -,<:r\m.r.       im.    Il..t.l    fr.m.mv%  nt $1.00 per"pottl������. irivinor "Brenernl  natinfiictlori.    It can  now bo had In tablet torm, iih modi hod by K. V. Pierce, M.I).  rSaldbv Mmtdlalnm Ommlmt-m <*i- tt-itatltunuX  ttv maul tun troamtot tat? {tttt������ tn mtsunnv. I  mm*  mm  ttm  _si THE    CBESTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON.    B. C.  ll"'  You will find relief in Zam-Buk!  It eases the burning, stinging  pain, stops bleeding and brings  easy. Per severance, wills 2atu-  Buk, means cure. Why not proves  ihifi 7 ���������&������ Jfrugoista and, Stores.-.  wis I . w6Qo bQ!Sm  C  P  R  -Trip.  GOPHER  RIFLES  for  go-  One   of   these   will   soon   pay  Itself   on   the   farm   in   killing  phors   alone.  Savage   M   UHt    Repeater,   20  shot,   "2   calibre      7.50  Winchester   model     1002,     22,  single shot    5  Stevens  Little Scout,  22    2  Write  for  Summer  Catalogue  No.  f>2T.  THE   HPJGSTON    SMITH     ARMS  Co.,   Ltd.  488 Main Street Winnipeg  00  85  Book Free.     A simpli  Home   treatment removed  lump from this lady's breast  Old  sores,  ulcers   and  growths cured.     Describa  ifmvnr iiuiiu'c " v.c -Witt send boot: 3*lH tcstisscsisls.  THE CANADA CANCER   INSTITUTE, Limitbd  IO CHURCHILL.  AVE..   TORONTO  > '-. -y^-     -���������;.-..- ,,.;.���������:,'���������-.--:������������������..; s,-.   -.~^2~  \HAKN ESS. mCGxMtioP-S'M AbDUES?.  ?^Iy1llVTA.p-Y?E9uiPME^  Hlf_-K!_I3J  ?H ftjyil tTON-vtY? P. N'X;.";"  THE   WORLD'S    BEST   POLISH  t-ST AHD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been  eed for over SIXTY YEARS bv MILLIONS ot 1  OTHERS   for    their   CHILD It UK    WH1LB |  "TBETHING,  with   PERFECT   S-UCCESS.      It I  SOOTHES the CHILD.  SOFTENS the GUMS,  ALLAYS all PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, and I  }e the best remedy for DlARRU'lJA.    It is ab- |  aolutely harmless.    Be sure and ask for "Mrs. i  \V>H8low's Soothing Svrup," and tu,ke QO othev  Kii   Tvrcsty-Sve cents a tjotHe- I  FEMALE HELP WANTED  ������"i- ���������'��������� ������������������" '��������� ���������i ��������� ��������������������������������������������������������������� ��������� .i    ,,..- _i._i_���������������������������_.���������mm.  LADIES WANTED���������To do work at  bome;   decorating  cushion  tops;   can!  snake from $3 to $5 per day; pleasant  work.   Armour Ar:   Co.,  Dept?   N,   12  oin.iA    un-        iir;K������rHCN  ������>t,CI<C4.~      4J44V-,      .Viuuilltrjri.  ���������53=  r  Maypole Soap  CLEANS  AND DYES  Gives tich glowing  colors, fadelett io sun  or sudt. Dyet cotton,  silk, woolot mixtures.  Use it yourself at  home. Nohouble������������������  no muss. 24 colors������������������  will give any shade.  Colors I Oc.bittck 15c.  ul your dealer's ot  postpaid with booklet  "How lo Dye" irom  F. L. BENEDICT & CO. Montreal  E"mp*ess     on     Initial  Around the World  'lio  of the  latest additions  to  the';  magnificent fleet ot" steamships of the'  C.P.R.  hi.o commenced its first trip,"  starting out. fro?     Liverpool    for    an i  around the world lour.     The new ves-j  sel is the mucii talked of Empress of  Iluss-a. which will ho a vahianlo atlili-1  tion to the already fine fleet of steam-j  ers now plying between Van ouver and  the Orient.      It was a unique idea to  itiati'"-..rate tliis arounu tiie vvox-iu trip  on   the  initial  voyago  of  the  llouting  1 alace,  in&ieacl of sending the  vessel  by way of Cape flora, and needless to  say the resells justified tho enterprise  as when the Empress left the docks at  Liverpool  if  was  with  a  full   jomple-  ment   of   passengers,   and   thousands  | crowded   thp  docks  to  bid  them  hon  I voyage.       Included   in   the  passenger  (list, are many Canadians who left, thes.;  [shores a few weeks ago io be at. Liv-|  j erpool  in   time  for the  sailing of  the |  I Empress of Russia.     The .Empress of  j Asia  follows  a. little  later.       Beyond  ! all ('iicstion the most notable merchant  1 s;eamers luilt ir. the United Kingdom  | during   the   past   year   were   the   two  ! which   the   Fairfield   Shipbuilding and  i Engineering Company constructed for  ! the C.P.H.     company's    trans-pacific  | service, which have received ihe titles  ! of   the   Empress   of   Russia   and   the  Empress of Asia.      Though outwardly  the   ves-iPls   ure   identical   in   appearance there is a difference in the inter-  I ior work, the Empress of l'tussi:*. being  decorated in the French st; le. mainly  Louis  Quinze  and  Louis Seize,  while  the Empress of Asia will be representative of the English style of the Georgian period, which is particularly effective  on  beard  ship.    The leading  de-  mensions are: length 5!>0 feet, breadth  6S  feet,  the  depth  46  feet,  the gross  tonnage being in the neighborhood of  15.000.     A feature  which catches the!  eye of the man who has but. a casual j  acquaintance with ships, is the cruis- j  er stern, which gives a distinctly naval  touch,  besides conveying  the  idea  that a fast turn of speed can be attained.      In point of fact the speed will be  18 k.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 totai complement  will   be  1570.       Elaborate  precautions have been taken to secure the  safety of all, and should any accident  occur there would be little chano of  the ship sinking, tlie vessel being provided  with double the number of water tight compartments called  for by  the Board of Trade.  Coming to the general design, the  vessels have orlop, lower, mf.in. upper  and shelter decks while above the latter Is a long combined forecastle and  bridge, the bridge reck being extended from stern to side stanchions.  Above again there is a promenade  deck 359 feet long. Here are situated the many first class rooms, including the lounge, a particularly fine  room 48 feet 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 r.re fitted up in the most luxurious  style and the dining room 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 arid serving rooms are all that can be desired.  The vessel is fitted with powerful engines and a lone* ranee "Unrconi system of telegrn*"hiug in addition to semaphore signalling from the bridge.  The Flmpre-ss of Russ'.i is scheduled  to arrive in Vancouver on June 7.  TICKLE  YOUR LAND  WITH A  AND IT WILL  SMILE A  bumped mop  :.i  It's cheaper to raise colls than to  buy horses. Btit it's cost!/ if you fsse  the colts. Keep a bottlo of Kendall's  Spavin Cure handy. Per tinrty-f.vo  years has proved it the n-ifo, reliable  remedy for r.pavin, splint, curb, rinr;-  bono, bony growths aud lumc_cs3  from other causes-  ���������m-.j-igg  Fort "iVilllanl 'Oli\.  Dec. mil, 1911.  "I liavu ruri'il one  Spavin Willi your  K;iavln ('nrr>, an.l n:n  now try':,:- lt on im-  Ol'lLT villi goo-1 in-  iu*U. I nm !it.;:,.r,v  ple.-istMl with your  mcUk-iiie."  1-*. WISTEKS.  tl alinttlo���������Cfoi-f..  A-..C l"ytt.;-;.;t  r.'i- froo  v-o;iy or -A. Tri-atl o  on thu Hoi so" or  write  Dr. B. J. Kendall Company  Eno*V...r.T F������11������.V���������������-��������� IN  PATIENTS   WANT   RADIUM  London Hospitals Appeal to Nation for  Money to Se. rs Supp!  London, England.���������A week r~o. it  was announced that 500 milligrammes  of radium were lying in a s..fe at the  British Radium Corporation otlices,  while five London hospitals were making pitiful appeals for more adequate  supplies. To quote Doctor Lazarus-  Barlow, of the Middlesex Hospital,  cancer laboratories, the huge majority  of our unfortunate patients have to die  simpl;* because we have not the radium which would at least relieve their  ;ht in all probability ef-  JD-  ^3  ���������&z6f pz<r-������a<&z&s>jfe>  If������ the CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, and BEST HOME  DYE, one can buy���������Why you don't even havo to  know what KIND of Cloth your Goods are mad*  of.���������So Mistakes nre Impossible.  Send for. Tree Color Car.i, Story  Booklet, and  Booklet giving results of Dyeing over other colors.  The JOHNSON-RI���������HARDSON CO., Limited,  Montreal. -.Canada.  One of the finest stretches of rock |  ballasting on the entire C.P.R. sys-1  tern is the sixty-five miles which has i  just been completed east from "Van-1  couver. The work has been pronoun-!  ced by railway experts to be second :  to none on the North American conti- j  nent. The accompanying views give;  splendid ideas of what the completed !  i-ad-bed is. The ballast which is '-.  crushed reek from the C.P.R. rock'  crushing plant at Nicomen is placed in  centre  of  the  track  and  on  the  t-1-..o  pain, and mh  feet a cure in  cases.  The 500 milligrammes will soon be j the rock ballast tamped" into place be  e?" the t'-es.      The crushed rock un  a good proportion of the, ties by centre-dumping, hopper-bottom  cais.    'ine   track is  then   lifted  and  THOUGHT HUSBAND  LOVER  Man    Makes    Mistake    and    Woman  Considerate Bishop  London.���������After the Bishop oi! Grantham had concluded a confirmation  service at Deeping St. James', near  Peterborough, a candidate arrived who  had cycled several miles and been do-  Jaye.1 hy the boisterous weather. The  bishop donned his robes again and  confirmed the lad, whom he afterward  .congratulated on his determination  &ml pluck.  War Planes for Italy  Rome.���������The    Italian    Tiv.ns-Aerlnl  Society, which ls building part of tho  Aeroplanes   for   tho   army,   which   are  helnt; paid for ou; of the sum of $000-  000 HUhscrihed for tho purpose during  tho Tripoli war, haa already delivered  seven    aeroplanes,     Tlio    society    |si  ���������pledged to deliver sovon monoplanes i  .nnd sixteen biplanes hy April.  Merlin.���������The   Deutsche*     TagOHzolt-  Makes    Mistake    and  Pays the Penalty  Paris.���������A pret;. woman named  Marie Anthony left her husband soon  after her marriage and went to live  with a lover named Parvllliers.  After a time her love for her husband returned and she started to pay  hlni clandestine visits. One day her  lover met the couple arm-in-arm. The  lover demanded an explanation. Mme.  Anthonv got into a cab and drove to  her mother. She was followed by the  two men who had agreorl to be avenged on her for her lnfl-lelity. M.  Anthony fired at his wife, wounding  her in tho back.  Tho husband ami tho lover were  tried nt S.Mne Assizes. Th<*< wi Torn i-hIp a trnrful apnea', to the jury on  behalf of the nrlsonc-a, saving that it  wnH all her fault. The eharce npalnst  the husband was disr-'ssnd. but the  lover wns sentenced to six months*  imprisonment.  800 niilligi-mmes, the corporation expecting an additional 300. and there  is a grave danger that the whole quantity may be sold to Japan and scares  of men and women suffering from the  horrors of cancer will be left to die in  London.  There i; only a very limited quantity of radium in the whole world, but  happily it can be used again and a^ain.  As Doctor Lazarus-Eatlo'' stated,  more than a Lhousand years pass before its powers fall 50 per cent.  j It is therefore evident that if these  i SOO milligrammes are purchased for  the London hospitals, the heneficient  work will go on for many years antl  even many generations to come, and  thp philanthropist who secured the  radium would be earning for himself  the grateful blessings of thousands of  his less fortunate brethr.  ..  T*.      4������       .���������.l.^.f., ^A      XU..X      ������434   (\(\C\      *~      ^^.  JL    ia     ci-lhhm-kci-i     ...tic    vOi.imiu     i^i     ������ c-  qfired to ' y the whole supply. When  it is remembered how much anguish  can be relieved and how much despair  can .be changed to hope, this i2 surely  a small enough sum.  At the Middlesex Hospital, the London Hosnital. the Cancer Hospital, th?  Metropolitan Hospital and St. John's  Hospital for Eiseases of the SMn physicians are forced to stand idh; by and  watch the ravages of d'sease which at  least they could stay If this radium  were taken from the office safe and  divided among them.  The hospitals cannot Inn It themselves. They have not the money.  \V*o will help? The necessity Is urgent. There must ho manv rich men  and women whose symrath'es will be  touched and whose check books will  be opened.  der the tics averages from eight to  teu inches in thickness. This type  of ballast is ideal for a wet climate as  it is readily drained and easily maintained in f"jood line and surface. Experts declare that this kind of ballasting increases the comfort of the  traveller greatly Miles of crushed  rock ballast are be'ng laid on C.P.R.  western lines. For twenty-four miles  out of Vancouver the main line of the  C.P.R. is double tracked and in operation. Sixty miles of double track  construction work is in progress now  and of this twenty-five miles from  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 niece of rail line in the country.  If you are looking for a pair of  Cloves that are as tough as a Mexican  Snake whip and that will r;ive you  full satisfaetion or a new pair free  ask your dealer for  ELILfL ?ii_!e Shell Gloves  These are the BSst v/edHn-g 'gloved  ever turned out from a factory. Send  for   interesting   story  "The Pinto's  Shell?'.  ���������**-  HUDSON BAY KNITTING CO.  Canada's Expert Glove and Milt Makers.  n���������������.���������-���������- ��������� ������? m m  ,-.x*0,m m. ������������a���������*m  _���������SB  Muscular Rheumatism Subdued.���������  When one Is a suffer from muscular  rheumatipm he cannot, do better than  to have the region rubbed with Dr.  Thomas' Kclectr'c Oil. There i" no  oil thnt po a'-eedilv shows its effect  In ptibdulng rain. Let the rubbing he  hrlslc and cont'nue untl easn is secured. There ia more virtu? ln a hot-  tie of it than can be fully estimated.  REPLENISH  YOUR BLOOD  IN IHE _-RiNG  Just now you are feeling "out of  sorts"���������not yv.ur usual self. Quite exhausted at times and cannot devote  real energy to your work. Sleep  does not rest you and you wake up  feeling "all tired out." Perhaps rheumatism is flying through your muscles  and joints, or may be your skin is  disfigured by rashes, boils or pimples.  Headaches, twinges cf neuralgia, fits  of nervousness, irritability of temper  and a disordered stomach often increase your discomfort in the spring.  The cause���������winter has left its mark  on you. These troubles are sigii3  that your blod is pcor 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 bacl blood and  strengthen weak nerves.  New, rich, red blood���������your greatest  need in spring���������!s plentifully created  by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and with  this v.ew, 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  hotter, sleep better, and are able lo  do your work.  snrlng tonic treatment  KING, KAISER, AND CZAR  Meetlrtfi of Three    Monirchs    at  Danish Court  Arranqed  T*prlln.���������lt Is confirmed    hern  the  thnt.  unK untleratanda thnt tho naval niith- during the coming summer threo of tho  orltloB havo docldod to build ten avlii-l , ightlcHt rulers In -iiirope ��������� King  tlon Btntlons. four of thom on tho J3al-1 cioorgo V, the Kaiser and tho Czar���������  tlo and ulx on the North sea.  ���������The pics tho mnthprH usod to make  To flit nilj-ht not bo fil,  $ut If they  killed tho fathprs off  A   pleaHant  death   wan   lt.  will niccL at I lie Danish court.  Tho royal gathering will be of extraordinary li'terc-Ht. and Importnuco,  au ll Ll not merely duo lo n wish to  renew family tins. It will have con-  flldornhlp polllU-.nl Importance.  It. Ih undPrHtood that, each ruler will  be accompanied by a leiuling respoiml-  bio i-tntcnmnn.  AlihoiiHih the UIOpHmj*: will not affoe)  the pxlflllng lOuropenn nyHlom of nlll-  iiw'cH nnd entpnlnH. It Ib pxpectnd that,  the con vernations thnt will t.iko place  will havo an Important henrimr on Mini  now near pastern military Hlt.nntlon i,  and on Ihe ilovi'lopmcnl. nf commercial  rnhitlonBhl >.  Some  People Would  1   havo   nothing   to   worry  about.  Think not, do you?  You arc not. cu'ei-pi'Ising.  No, or you'd worry uuout that.  All mei'. may he free and equal by n  mere matter of bir.h but. woman has  to scho-mo for her frootlom, and she  doesn't euro to be just equal to that  woman down the block.  Suspended Animation  I was walking down a street once,  said the hyonotist, when 1 saw a man  just in front with 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 1 overtook  him.  Well, ycu 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 perhaps you are not familiar with  the scieuc?  No, I can't say I am, replied the  other, who happened to be an American, though one day while 1 was walking in New York I saw 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 . me  ���������next time you're in New York, you  might look out for hlni and rescue,  him! '  Horses, Mules and Cows. Tbey ar������  boalthler and render better service.  When the. licavy coat that bolda tb<  wet sweat anil dirt lu remove.!, tln-jr  are more easily kept clean, look better  ���������get more good from their feed and  are better in every way.   Insist on  tavtogTho Stewart  Ball Bearing  Clipping -k������hine  It turns co*lor. clips faster and clewer  ahd Ktays shorn loncer than anv  other. Gears are all tile bard aad  cut from solid steel bar.      PRICE  nr'tis" sirs c*-closed   3ro-    ���������^   .  ���������footed and**���������in In oil: "P^STS  little friction.little wear. %#������=���������"  Has slxfeetof new style easy running  flexible shaft and the - celebrated  Stewart single tension clipping bead,  blghest grade. Sst ens Ir~- gssr d::!::;  every macblne guaranteed to pleoset  CHICAGO FLEXIBLE SHAFT CO=  fil3 i-a Salle Avets.ie CHICAGO, I LU.  Write for complete new catalogue showing world's  largest snd snost mode���������i Una ofhnrso elljiplna- tsd  sheep shearing machines, mailed free on request.  When buying your  Piano iii*  sis'; on having an       :;  ' OTrO    HIGEL"  Piano Action  ATTACKED   BY  A   LION  and  nerves  Pills���������the  with  Pills  Begin  your  to-dav for the blood  Dr. Williams' Pink  that, strengthen  Thpso Pills nro cold by mopt dealers, but do not he persua-lort to take  "something just the same." If you  can't got. the genuine P'Us fr-im your  denier they will be Rent you hy mn'l,  post paid. r>t HO cents a hov or six  bovoq for S2.H0 by writing The T>r.  Williams' Modlclno Co., Broekvllle,  Ont.  Beware of Ointments ror Catarrh  that Contain Mercury,  M itifriMiry  will  mirely  ilMiroy  tlie. miihp of i������mr'  ami   loinpii'tiily   iliranuo   tho   wlmm   uyriiem   wliei  iinfrliuc   ll   (liroinfli   tlio   muooim  iiirriu'eit,     Hurl  Ullu H  Hlioiil.l  ni'vur  he  iiM'il   mepcpl  on  prnii rlp-  tloiDi   Tim HMHitulilii phyMlrlii.iH, h.h tlif) tltwnu'e tli^jr  will do h tci tol.l In tin' l!'>f*il ymi '"UH imiimtily iliv  rlvi* from Uinm.   Ilall'H ("nlorrli ('mo, niniitifui'tured  liy V. j, cin������iii������y j. vo��������� Toli'do. <>���������. co.Hiil'ii iu������ ratii*.  iiiry,  and  I* luki'ii  Uicrnnlly,  iiftlrm illrnctly upon  Hit* liiood and mnnatin mifliiiM'n ol tlio ���������wnleiu..   in  biiylii* nail's ('iiiiirrh chip hit miro you sot.  tnc  .���������mniliiiN   It In tnUitrt Iptcrnully n'i'l mtuln in I*ol������xiu  OUIo. hv V. .1, Cliniiey .t <*<>.   Twit Imcmliils troo.  nulti liv  tiiii'iK' Vi.    ITI.'. . V.r. y.fr liutlll'.  Trilln lluH'n Knmll" I'll'" Inr rwii'HlifMtloil.  f <��������� ���������<-���������-> ������>���������* <*'>r the telephone ninny  a woman would have to go to the missionary meeting to find out how Mrs.  Blank's sick hnhy Is.  A woman may not, he afraid of a  mouse nnd still not ho able to boar all  Ihe burdens tho opposite rev Insist  upon relieving her weakm'.nded Bister  from.    Mnn aro not va'n. Still, If you  want, to mako a hit. don't Intimate, that  uiiy particular man Is developing a  bald Bpot.  Young Man Anxious to Display Courage Has Close Call  Hamburg.���������A large crowd of visitors to C?arl I-Iagenbeck's zoological  park where the animals are kept in  large enclosures under conditions as  natural as possible, witnessed a terrifying scene.  The cashier of the ���������. ltrnnce to the  lions' section, named -lfert. wont, into  the enclosure to display his courage.  A. Hon sprang at. 1 ini. nnd he fell senseless. The other lions became wild,  but. were lcrpt back by th������ keepers  firing into the air. Kfferts were  made to frighten the attacking Hon.  but It had to be shot dead. TClfert  was then carried to the hcrpital.  SaveYonrlealth  Most sicknesses that impair health  havo their start in quita ordinary  ailments of the organs of digestion or elimination. Stomach,  liver, kidneys, and bowels are  quickly benefited by the action of  Sold everywhere.   In boxer.. 25 cent*.  I consider    M'NAUD  .   **  BTCST "* i-.ilment In  I got my foot Lndly  T bathed It woll with  IM ISN'T,  in.il it was  : -t day.  S -TNTMF.NT  use.  Inmmod lately,  MINARD'S UN.  as  well as over  Poisoned Dateo by Mali  Vu*. 'k.-���������Mllo. Miu-lhe Berge, a yonn  artist, haa been urriw'i'd In Purls on  it charge of attempting to poison n woman unmet'. Llopi-t. Mini). Iilopel, ro-  contly received through tho pout n box  of (l.i'O!*, which nl".������>��������� thouj'hl wiii n  present from a frlond. She tuntnil  one of the iIiiIch and wan scl'/nd with  aconl'/lng palnu, but recovered after  an antidote. A pohsouoiis compound  ol   copper   had   bueu   introduced   Into  1 lU>    lllll l"4  Centenarians Walk to tho Poll  Geneva,���������Olncono Masclorln', 100  yearn old, and 1 .ulrrl Poni-elH, nf\od  iuo, walked threo and four inlh't* re-  Hpi'iMively to record tbelr volct-i ul- lhe  Swiss piirllnmuntury elections nt Tec-  I no.  Royal Residence for Sal������*  London.���������Mihhi'h Trollopo have  hoeii insfriictod to ..ell hy auction Os-  horno i.'ul.l.ui*,(>, I'hibl. Cowch, thi rcsl-  deneo of Pi'Iucchh Henry of Hall.cn-  hcr;;. The liovr.'.c hnu liivuiiliul i-ai--  deiui and extensilve stiibliiig.  Swimming In Bo.r  ���������A great vat of porter burst  Ladysivell 1'rowery Cork, on  Thursday and Iho contents sworn. In a  Hood through tho hrewory yard. A  workman hail to swim through Mio cs-  Corlt  nt   the  Expedition  of a  Duk;  Home.���������Tho Duke or Montpenslef,  brother of tho Duko of Orloaus, left  Naples In the yacht Making for Brla-  dlsl. It Is alleged that. , duke Is  taking aims and ammunition to southern Albania, where he intends U rotiso  the people and have himself proclaimed Prince of Al'i nlti. *"*���������  - -���������������. '���������<��������� ���������--������������������ - - ���������*��������� ,'  Model Child  Bristol.���������Nellie Young oC -iickwoll  Council School, Bristol, received from  the Bristol i .cation committee a  speciul silver gilt modal lor nine years'  attenda.ieo iu school without being  iibso t or Into onco.  Tho tactful person ls one who realizes that ..truth 1- too precious to  bo thrown about carelessly.  Thero Is one tliXjtip- about tho s  sea Islander���������he dc\fism-t"j-iv? to w  about, the price of <������('hw   ���������������-  south  orry  oaping   Ih-uui  drowning.  to   uiivu   liliii'jc'l!  Iron  Thero's nlwnys a dark  silver lining.       "Oven  the  keeps -'lulling  la liable  to  onin'iite.1   i-iii    fnv   tni'lltl-'.  ���������lili*   to   the  fellow   who  have to  he  Men uii' not uuihhiucu hi n.ivn nun. ii  curiosity, hut did j-ou i'\.������r m u one  who didn't wonder what he was going  tu have for dhin;-*.  ���������*ri.o^���������������������   rnr.tl.l^.1   UfmStrif  Tlmrl  k.   i. ��������� *. ������   \s    mS      t_\>'*.li-'*-"fc���������      li* -   ������,���������.��������������� ������   )��������� * *������v ri  _K    YBCN���������.  |        'lllll      KIICCI'SHlul       |IIIIM irl.lli      ihiiiiiiii i  I liuiiHlti or the things be In going to do. !  lid   prefer--,   to  let   hla  ciicii.lc'i   howl  . over the thin**;:* hi* h'"' d.uii������.  For tlioiouiililv clciiii'ilni! Imi Iih mid nlnUn.  Anil   il. ilfw.i   imi hint  i'ii*  ll.lMlIn  llkl'    Illicit    r'r'UII.'l.lll'  I'livvilrin   ;tnil    iri:i|i-i. ll  II ,1V, I, llll'lll | luniilli .uul i,ii,t  CI *   P.t   I-, .1..  Mav������ ('ie Coupons.  3m������ Cnmpiny llmile'. Minlr-it  mm***  ^jumf  -   ���������mmmmxiimm-jm g  Why suffer from corns when  can be painlessly rooted out by  llollowny'n Corn Curo.  they  using  Leopard Shootlnn   ."> n Garden  Pni'lH. M.       IjlllllH      ('t'l|ll<)l'll,       who  llvr-ii at Corholl, wu:', Inking a. Htrnl) In  lils garden lust evening, when he saw  two yellow (-'hilling eyea glaring i.t  hlni from a bush. He I'iMcIkmI nn old  gun iniiii iiih iliiiinr, room unit incil  two Hhols at the eyes. To IiIh iiiiiiizc-  nuiit a hopiiid, whl.h li.ul i j i .ipi-tl  from  a iiii'imgi'i'le,  fell  <li-n>.  . ���������miiWKj'UMiUiiinHii���������WW  Sloi'kholm.���������The   illii'ororn   nf   tbe  Norlh swnillHli liiuik ut j\iii.,i, ���������Sweden,  I. II IV.   I.IIIH   llli.l    .   .4   ,,,,il,,.,.',     xai.'ll   .1   lllllll-  bi'i* of linns for print lug udverllHe-  menlti of their ijoodii on the backs of  liimkno  litiiaaftiimaiii-iiii-iiiadi  Yoiijr Liver"**  is Clogged up  Tii-l's Why You're Tired���������Out of  Sort*���������Have no Appttit*.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER -ILLS  will put ynu right   jgfgjgg.iyfms*-.^^-������������������^*^  i.l ft lew day*. '  1 li**y  do  llir.ir duly.  Cute  Consli.  pation,  Dilkitintit, Indiittttfop, ant Siik lltaJacha.  Small Pill, S-i*IIJ>oto, Sm-alL Trice.  0-. . . r- ���������  VJKCUUlUI-   lltu.il Ucai    UI^IIUIUIO  '*'-_,4!,-.���������������" -  mm JPQS^  KTER5  ITTLC  PILtS.  A  vmmmmmm*  MRNMMH���������_���������  iw������|i*������MM<iMaRM������waMMaa^^  mmmmmsm.  .��������� mm.  i'^iti'Mitti���������nifiTirsi'a  ijiimiiiiiii-iirii'iiii  i  nwii iriiTxu liMi������_i_  mmmmmmaamm*am  ifiawtuwwi���������\m*mmm  MMM  iiMimirn .Mi ii-iw.iw* _vtw^^vi-;,'.������>:'uV-U^^^'>.>^VK!Jt-?l-*V3iitt".  E-S-i-r--.^-?-?^^  E^k"-������������t^i. c&: ���������: i* 'Air "^t^ r; ���������','������ss ������:������?���������*_*  HriW.-'T-.tor^^r.i;^,-,.', "^'  . ���������>f"-^-T-,(*'-^J'^'yy^->:-(!  ra&ss^fe-.rX?^J*;.^^^i>"L--*-'.:"*J :*'"''V;^^f ������������������ J yy'?"���������'  ���������*--/-i-.a-tiV."';.-t.i'.'.-.-.--,:,--v.i>, .���������-. ' ��������� ���������-- ������������������;..���������  ������������������ ���������  ,-���������������������������  ���������-_���������������������*s-arv.-i-r-"-i--i. ������������������,'l-*'--.'-..j .;-��������������������������� ���������"     ���������       .-������������������ "..-������������������  Sg^^^^lY^v:;"'"-- ������������������'    ��������������������������� V. r,  ���������^"KWil^'"---'^.'^;"?'-..',*'"���������''.'",   ..."   '.      .      .        .     "     ���������  |^'Kr';:^'j"i.v|,',.-:^V".V/. -���������,'���������'���������.  ���������^^liS*^^".''.'  ISiwa.'*Ii*i.r--i4.���������*.i'1*,/.*. ;*.'���������.').��������� *-.'���������    ���������*���������������������������'  i^PliYXY??      .  _i-i^& ______!'-'   Pj������^**!-ft'S,t**'<'.*i'.!**7*>i-- '** "���������';'.' -��������� "   :; ���������  i#ipi^JSiiS-_^'  IIs'*"������-'?Wi  KEii-Y'*--  P^?>?v?.'o-;-  Ai.������it.^rM..w^..   THE    CBESTON   f&EvIEW,    CRESTON,    B. C,  LmfvmmmmtMl  '_f^_f^_f^        mW*mW^������MBmmf  mmWSM    ST & Mil  y   '-  ____rfv*wp4s* j_    i."_* _������>-i*i������* ��������� ,w������*>wijt^,-^.������'25._;,-  ���������~i"^������a������3'--k -*-������f ������.������-._ r.v.*"^-,'},^^'V2T!K^������������ro������r'*I'T"i;ry trS'  ra������������������crasr-  CANYOIH' CITY LUMBER COMPAN'Y MILL AT CANYON  CITY, B. C.  NEW SCHOOL HOUSE AT CANYON CITY, B- C.  915T IHNIUFR-ARV  i_B ������������������������   ffliVllllLlBUnill  fir fH-ir-������Tf.-ii m-nTm-rvr  ur mmm uioi nibi  nt ins  !"'-p CCIontlnued from Page 1)  ���������fc- _,   -  i; jr. ana w_e_   completed,  road comnium-    which    box.  js-E  I- cation-   -will be   possible with    Cran-  1 ,  J* brook aad   all   points   east.     In    a  | southerly   direction,    via Port    Hill. !  % i  t_ ������e__o. on the International boundarv, '  r '      '                                                 '   i  jt aad Bo-_ers   Ferrv    to SpoVsn*. On  ' *                                  '  V uhis stretch the roads are excepti&n- j  r *  '? _ aSIy good, a statement borne out   by  f the fact that    P.-    S. Bevan.   of   tin-  i Creston Auto and    Supply  Company,  .1^ -                  *  ���������\ 'and    <_uy  Lowen-b-rg,    vioprestdent  x- cA the    Canadian   Highway    Assoeia-  I tion,    went hy   motor over the  1S5A j  .   i|Uiiiity. OUi     VH-iii    ui !;ii ;_'.;���������  small  fruits,  also     vc   'tables ;u  rnato.s,   ha*'   pur.. n,   m  ir--.ir ! t  ylt.J,      IO        h.'t'.'l.' I   "' ��������� iVi'-.U   1     ,'tli       lrv,.|.l  j Strawbt iiu'-s u.i.l .,-. lo^h ,r- :o  liiuiifed cr.iles to the .1. : '. ih ��������� t i.i;.'  cuuiainiiig  2-1   boxes  e.uh. e.u-h .  cu;*s i-i-aiani-s torn  *'."'! I   s -   i .>��������� .-*-  ami     siiii:iij.    a: -.ili-i'       iu   i|ii,oii\       I li.in     .iii V      Uii     rtiiil  io      oili.i      til-;*, t- it-1 As-      high   as   til'tv    It     will  t..    i?; ������>,): .u;d    t.  .s     .ne      h������. it-.-. *. plan tt* .1   good,      tastes   hot i  i  ���������e    th- isuit ia  ih-  lives.! Church     of    I.ngland,     Presbyterian,     operation    and   they   say, "Glorious  -.leak   ".ir    itself.    It   lni.ks1 iiHin. ,.f min-:iiK recorder.     Tho water     Creston is   to be the   fruitgrowers'  i-..i,  i  s Ms th'Y   works,   which   have boon   established  i  . four years, is shortly to be improved  paradise.'  Glorious   is   an.   aptly  i  .    ii      <\ -..a. i -  suitable prefix   not    only on account  \   .ii         Men u.v brought best.                                                            : four years, is shortly to be improved     of the    exceptionally favorable       re-  '"'   *���������������������������  i"--"'i^l  g^M'tmnciii  lo. SOCl VI.  CONDITIONS.             ! fur    the   purpose of     producing light     sultg attain8d by fruit aml vegetal  i ��������� ,tr:.l   !. .1 castrate to th".' anuit- Creston    as    ci*np:ir*d    with   nihil*   and    pcvi-r.       There is     also a tele-  i'iuu  i.ioa.t.      Here are some of districts,  Iks a-l  ll:*.' in(-d.-*r:i   ��������� n.l  up-   l-ion.1 o!IiLv,   two   hotels,      which are  i   ;r..u-;s bv nu-u who know what to-ihitc   coincnieiiees to he found     in   high class and     comfortable, general  i.:v    i   1  ing about.    Thus.    Cun- many settlements of greater a^e. Tlu-    m^rchar.'dise  stores,  which  are  stock-  J*  miles-o! ro_d to Spokane, Wash., -at  ti:.i������-:���������.'-������������������:���������"��������� ������������������:������������������'.   W'-.-Y'-'-/'"'' ��������� -     "S��������������� '*"'- -v-:'-\J- <-*"*" -til,.--a,S������ ti "'^ *_j>.d    the time oi the fair, in a littl* ur.iler  Roads  to the west U*ad  1'    ������A hours.  |. to   Sirdar, 12   miles awav, the ships'  F ping   points    along the   route   bring  i- *  P' Alice    Siding,    Wynndel     and    Duck  Creek.       The acreage   under cultiva-  tiOni in* close proximity to the wagon  xoads is:   To   the     northeast-, about  mm&rr���������tiT*-* ix^.- %-r-^_' ���������f^2^scaaKKt3������7SStat!3^9SSs^  ^5^I^-^^;^---l6^^-^^^^^^^^ife'-^Sl4-^  ii'ii n i '    f    i   him   imi    i i'ni   i wiih   i    irwi   ���������   i   ii i i ���������      riT ti'iifiinfiiinrirriT'r      r"n "iriTfii" rr ~ th mii*rn i   r niwiiiwiiipiiriiii|������T"--|im|ifiii'"7'i  2;600; to Port Hill, about 1,000, and  to, Sirdar about 2,000.  FRIC7IT.AKD   VEGETAB'LE GROWING.  Fruit and   vegetable growing     has  ���������'  proven     to   be a commercial success  here at Creston and the name Creston     on   your     package   sells    your  goods, for all growers   who want   to  oo-tract the crops can do so in     the   generally   ccn'ractcd    for in tlu������ win- I ���������;���������rham, chief     fruit pest inspector, Methodist    and  -winter months   for    thi' cominri sum-   ter      f������''    t--<*    coniii:.;*;    s.-ason  lirnig    s,IVSj  ���������'t'li-slDii   lias one of   the   host   There is also a court hous;> and     an  This     has Iwii and   is biYin-/,   'ro,>* ^:2������������������'���������,, to *;"i.:">0 per crat;*.    Hasp-   fruj( distrii ts in the province."     Dr.   municipality is disnissin'*' iucorporat-  yilS--.ti���������vt'fYtitiMti'*,������'.-.-Wii*-r>-tr��������� ti",������������������������������������-.< :������������������������������������������������������..:. .���������,>:-ktii'\.*?'tii-���������"..   '-.' -���������������"'v^,^y^.v%ri.'j  MURDOCH  AND CALLANDER'S  RAIMCH, CRESTON  Bmmmmmttrwmrtim*KU*im.ix*Tjm,mm*u  Roman     Catholic.  mer.  done.     At   present writing,     straw    berries yield     700 cralts lo th- acre I Heavcir.'r,     of   Hood   River, Oregon,   ing the town,    whitli many of  the  berries, apples,     etc., arc sold       at   a,u* *���������*������������������ at ���������52-25 per crate.       To na   i says: n\ iW.V(.r     Kaw liner fruit grow  htisinoHs men arc in favor of, hut, tlie  * ���������  cd wiih every retiuiremont, two  opera, housis, ono lodge hall where  fou* (iiii'erenl fraternal organizations nnrl, a Karmcirs' Institute, a  l'"ruit,   (iioAers'    Union, good, harbor  fixed prices     from    25 per cent to aO   toes yield from sixtcm hiin Ii*;m1      to    ij,ail  \     ha*.e seui on the fruit trees   ranchers    socm to pn-fir a iniiuici|ial-  per cont higher than at any       other    tw<   thousand craies to th> mte   and   ;li  CresLui."       I'mlessor Lake,       of   i(y-      I'.xcelh'nt. educaliimal   fiu-ililies  are found   hen-,    tiler.' being .,  im'.ilie    I''1!"'-'-  SCIYM'IMV    AND III'NTING  sho.)     ml    po.il    halls,    rcstatiranls,  drug slnre,   livery    shihlcs and lii'WS-  part of the    province. The reason    *^H    '"i   i������>' ���������.������������������Mil.-,   l ei cr.ite       I'e.u;,, ( or,,go:i, says:     ���������"Yon people in (.'res-  tor thia    Is    on account of   so much   apricot:;,      <|iiiiuvs,       cherries      and'!'ton, can   c:*rt'iinlv grow perfect, fruit.   S('liool.     There are four cluirclu s, (ho  fiU&sblne,   our   fruits arc of a higher    grapcn     do   remarkably    well,    oven    I  n "'Vcr saw hot ter."    Ciline to ("res-   denominations   represented being   the  ('lesion much.ts   stand put for co-  producers, but ib is truly glorious.to  spend     a   day   among    the ranchers  whose   uuata of    enthusiasm a*nd optimism   are    as near the high water  mark as    it    might   well be without  bubbling oyer.   .  Difficulties in       the  matter    of   co-operation and marketing problems which ranchers in soma  parts of the province experience have  been to   a    very large extent       surmounted.     Every one pulls one   way.  ar-J everyone   is satisfied.   There are  no knockers���������it is- glorious.  Geographically, its position has.-  many distinct advantages. Sixty-  eight miles to the east of Nelson, it  is one of the nearest fruit producing  points in British Colum-bia to the  prairie provinces���������the natural markets in which the great bulk o������ last  year's crop lias been successfully disposed of.  Creston is -also famous for its  beautiful scenery, both landscape and  mountainous, and thus with am ideal  climate and easy access to the outride world it presents many advant-^  a-ges as a location for homes. The  best of hunting and fishing can, be had  within five miles of Creston.  The sportsman will find in the  Creston district a, greater variety of  game than in most other parts olf the  province. There arc indeed few regions that can boast of anything like  the same variety of species. Whether  with rifle, shotgun or rod, there is an  almost bewildering choice. To the  northeast of Creston, in the watershed of the Goat river and the White  Grouse mountains, caribou, bear,  mountain goat, cotton tail, and  black tail doer are to be found. For  caribou tho White Grouse country is  without doubt one of the finest in the  province, and it is there uhat the  only .specimens of white caribou have  been obtained. The mountains tako  their mime from the 'Ptarmigan or  "white jj-rouso," Vhnt inhabit the region in numbers, lllue grouse, and  willow grouse are to be found all  (Continued on I'n ,'c I)  Mc  'I  ���������.;*���������;  | /ti,.������t:%i<\M,&'/;',������t-  ���������fv*S"c.Wi?L  Kf*!iv������ii*rtn*'.r"rv'*-'.'i ���������-.nisi'.yi^  ___... ^'j_y? A .  ������"ni*'������/;  ���������*��������� u,a. ���������  '"<''U\f^t . ,, ... .  :^i^__-*K_  U-i**,  "^���������Uijta. ���������  **%*���������***   i -  >' -  A -CFNF OIM CfHAT BIVFP AROl/F *rurv* ������ mvr������M  ���������4. mm,   M   ������    ���������   0  r-������   li" mm* W'tjf  i-vuvw hMixiCHts*  hluimu CANYON CHY HOAD, 1'hoto wao taken in I'ob.  mtntummu  mmm  f-iWrairiii'iiit-innii


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