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Creston Review May 23, 1913

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 ALL THE NEWS  of the CRESTON  DISTRICT  All Roads in East and West Kootenay Lead to Creston  ���������   '1N'1\jl;vijl__  "C  Tr?'/.       ADDRESS FOR  $2.00 A   YEAR  No. 25, 5th Year.  CRESTON,  B.C,    FRIDAY. . MAY.  23  1913.  Single Copies 5c.  100 TO GOME DOWN  w������n> f%Mm    B-M.ai_i_i-*ji������<>4  sm^wmwx^s  i-Ru mWmWm i-tBiHY  Hutt and Jeff, Ball Team  and Band will be In  Attendance  The following telegram has  just been received before going to press;    ,  We are coming one hundred strong with band, also  have Mutt & Jeff, Make arrangements.  Signed, Kent & Dorr  Real Estate  Mr. Kent is a well known  booster of Bonners Ferry and  Creston neoole are assured of  being well represented by her  cousins across the line. Every one should come and en"  joy themselves.  DUCK CREEK NEWS  The Social Cluh will hold n dance on  Saturday May HI sfc Carl Wigin and  Douglas Butterfield are floor managers,  Daring the evening officers will he elected for the ensuing two months.  J. Bathie, his wife and daughters arrived in Duck Creek they end of the  week they will reside on their ranch  here during the summer months.  The site for the new school house was  surveyed last week. It is situated on the  government road and is part of J. J.  Grady's blocs:.  wtiilGlic _Sa_,aar and  Ball Great Success  Contributed  A very successful bazaar, followed hy  ..    .��������� ^.11    mXXf.^A f.J3    J. ..^.^^       m-.n      l.sxl.3       im     *U_  %m  1. on a,ui���������iiucju. uauCu,   waa   4iciu    xxx iuc  Auditorium yesterday, in aid of the Holy  Cross church  Dyers three piece orchestra from Nelson, the expence of which was borne hy  Mrs. W. K. Johnson of lhe King George  Hotel, waa in attendance, and played  during the afternoon aud evening, aud  also for the dancing.  The success of the undertaking* was  due to the following ladies, who cheerfully undertook the hand work ueces  ������ary for the occasion;  Mesdaoies, Corbett, Crompton, Eugun  Hayden, Heron, McCarthy, Price aud  Timmons, and the Misses McCarthy,  Trombly, Burton, Hayden, Agnes Flynn  nnd Gertrude Chamcey aud also Mrs.  W. H. Johnson who so generously provided-the music, sandwich a nnd coffee  for the supper.  Thanks is also due to Mr. Timiuoub  who kindly loaned the hall for the occasion, nud to Mr. A, Millor whonlted  as floor manager daring the evening  aud all othor who by tho friendly oo-  oporution helped to mako tho affair n  success.  A picnic will be held on Sunday May  25 th under the auspices of the Social  Olub. Boats will leave Duck Creek, by  O. J. Wigin's point about 10:30 A.M. for  thechannei. The club will provide crockery, lemonade, coffee, fruits, nuts, and  candies. Ladies are respectful!*/ requested  to provide a few sandwicl e; or a cake ov  a pies. Every one is cordially invited.  1. J. Wigin who went to Cranbrook  iast Wednesday returned to Duck Creek  on Friday.  Spokane, Wash., May 23. ���������Cue hundred boys dressed as Uncle Sams and  100 girls as Miss Columbia Will be the  novel feature presented by children of  tho McKinley grade school in the pictorial pageant on the opening day of the  Spokane Pow Wow, June 16 to 21. The  central feature of this section wil be a  huge float representing the Star Spangled bann3r, and the boys and giris accompanying it will sing national atherns  during the parade, Between 6.0CO and  8,000 sohool children will be ia the Pictorial Pageant  A   Fish Story  T. Butterfield returned from a business trip to Nelson Friday.  O. J. Wigin  was a visitor to Creston  M  r\ m-% y-l s\ *rm  ,\JXX\XCXJ ���������  P?  Andestad was a  Tuesday.  Ores'on   caller  C. Moore who spent several days surveying in Duck Creek last week returned  to Creston Saturday.  THE BUSINESS MAN  iD HiS STATIONERY  "Is The Cobbler's Son  Wen-shod?"  Tae Kootenay river which wends its  way through the Creston valley has long  been famous for its good fish and many  reports rof big catchss have always been  afloat. The latest ona comes from Bonnes Ferry, Idaho, at which place Clarence Fry is reported to have caught a  820 pound sturgeon.  ftS S S** B"*. g"ft. a BB 45ft.       e*=* es������ ���������     ���������    mmm  v������E__s_>erai*u  g_5 as. _.__���������*-������  Prichard==-nicheal  On Saturday last, Geo. Prichard, who  has been a resident of Creston and vic-  iuity for a number of years, was united  in marriage io Mrs. Miches! of Port  Hill. Rev, W. G. Blake officiating* The  happy couple have many fciendsboth iu  Creston and Port Hill that wish them a  long and happy married life.  J. J. Walker, graduate optician, of  Nelson, will be in Creston on the 28,29,  and 30 of this month to do opticial  work. He will be located at the Mercantile store.  A small house to rent on Viotoria Ave  apply J. Cook.  A shack to rent apply J.Cook.  Mr. aud Mrs.   Geo.  B enney spent a  few days in Nelson last week.  C. O. Rodgers left oa   Monday for a  trip to Spokane Wash.  iirurot  -JAW'ft  iwi__  ���������FOR SALE���������Twenty aores of first  class fruit land. New four room cottage on place, ell slashed and burned, 2  acres stumped, water right for both  domestic and irrigation purpose?. A  bargain.   Enquire at this office.  Howard-~-ncLauffhHn  A vory quiet wedding took place on  Wednesday uiorning at the church of  England, when Mr. Cisei Eric Howard  of Erickson and Miss Nora MoLaughln  .vcro united in marringe by the Rev.  Flewellieg of Cranbrook. The happy  couple left on the noon train Wednesday  for a trip east. Both the bride and groom  iiave many friends aud relatives hero  that wish them a prosperous married  life.  Guy Lo wen burg and W. S. Watson,  justices of the peace have recently been  given jurisdiction under the Small  Debts Court Act for a radius of fifteen  miles of Oreston.  Manv Trees Bel ner  Planted in District  Fruit trees are arriving here  every  day, and before the season is over several thousand will  have been planted.  Ranchers thronghont the distriot around  Creston, Erickson and Canyon City are  ail busy. Mixed farming is also beitt  indulged in. People planting crops a-  mong the trees are sure of returns from  their land while they   are waiting for  the trees to come in bearing. Small fruits  do very well and many more aores are  being planted into small fruits this year  than in previous years. In spite of the  slightly back a-ard spring which has pre- 5  vailed throughout the Province the or-j  chards around Ibis district are all doing  very well and there is every prospect of  \ good crop, The gardens are aii green  and signs or prosperity pre\ale.  A E. Watts of Wattsburg has been  in the valley the past week on business. While here he went to Port Hill  and raised the Steamer Idler which has  been partly under the ice all winter  and towed her to the lake with a gasoline launcl*. He says that the company  tiow intends to build their mill on the  Old Yale Columbia Lumber Cc's , lauding about a  mile north of Port Hill.  O. O. Sti, SI������_TAF_ES QEANBBOOE  OO-OPEBATIVE STORES.  Make it a role to have the baok yard,  at all times, as clean as the front one.  ���������Send for oar prices on fta__i-i_9jl mm  pay the freight.   CO. S.  Good schools, good churches aad good  roads never fail to make a good town.  ���������-We can supply you with McKon -  zeis selected seeds at Calgary  prices  S.A. Speers.  ���������Holstein Bull, Sir G!en Perfcerije  Korudyeke, No. 10763, will be at Bonny  Brook ranch, Canyon City, during season 1913. Service fee $5 cash. D. J.Lyon  Mrs, Hay of Fernie was in Creston  last week to attend the funeral   of Mr.  tc*������ __ "it-1vti. - ������������U  Will Rose Lodge. No 39 meet every  Monday night. A fall attendance is  requested.  ���������The C. C. S. of Cranbrook is selling  Iron Beds with mattress and spring for  $11      '        :    *' '"'"'������������������  Love is thin when faults are tnick.  ��������� I have just received a carload of  democrats buggies which are all  guaranteed, call.acd see them. ]  McCreath.  ���������3  Tho following phoucs hnvo rooontly  boon oiiBtnllod by the Oroston Telephone  Company ; C. J. MoOluro, Port Hill, No.  (MO;H.B. P. r.cor, nt hlnr.inoli No.dl M;  nnd W.A. Mnrti'io,  at. his much, No 8_  Wm. B. Euibroo Iiuh just roooivod a  contract to build n tunic ut Stocks and  JiVckBOn'N much which i.i to hold approximately -1000 gnl Ions, lio ox pools to  wtnrt Iho work next, wonS*.  Mnns will bo wild in tho looul Catholic  ohuroh on Sunday at lO.iK) A. M., and  Sunday sohool will bo hold at ii ..'IO P. M.  by Rov. Kulhor Jolm.  j, A. Oromptou returned on Wednesday from a trip to Grunbrook and -surrounding phicoH whoro ho Iiuh boon on-  gugod in tuniii'* iiiiui w. TTo ivpoiiM lmv.  ing it vory Bno,-(i.'i!'ul liip and uli.o hnv-  mn Lti,ii.i.u, iiiuuj.   i ������..i������,ji-, lui  uio tail, lio  nlHo itntos thnt tho fruit, trees in tho  Creston district nro muoh further nd-  vnnood than in tho East Kootcimyu.  The merchants encourages us nlwnvp  to buy n good article in preference to  that whioh may be cheapest-he in  right, without doubt, but how often hr*  fails to learn this lesson hinisolf���������especially is thia notiooablo in stationery������������������  uomo envelopes whioh renoli us throngli  the mail are a disgrace to tho soudor,  Wo woudoi* if the merchant nlwnyo  understands that his business is measured of con times by tho class of stationery ho Howls out���������yos, ovou tho qunlity  of paper in tho biliH ho rondoiB-wo vou-  triiro to nay that thoro is nothing whioh  [jolutH out, a buHinoHH man's onrofuluosB  and general make up moro plainly than  tho qiuuility and styio of tho Htationory  ho uses. It mlvorlinos IiIh standard��������� it  iiunouiioos uloiirly to tho publlo whnt  oliisri of goods thoy may oxpoot nt his  Htoro.  If tho nioroluinf* sends out n wishy-  wiiHhy rag of n lottorhond, onvolopo invoice or Ntutumont, tho publlo may ron-  Honably oxpoot tho nnmo quality and  cheapness in tho merchant's stoolc of  goods.  Jut- think ovor tho uiihIhohn firms you  ,iki uci[uiiiiil'!(l wiili nml notioo tlio  quality of Miuu nlulionory,  A nil    Mr      T,������i������i<������,^i<r>.v������,<,,i    ii,'..*!'   il,',"  vr.v . Li... t.ini, .,i,i. iiiui, vim   oo   mil, buu������.ii  for proper nt ton tion to this somotiiuos  ucKiootod but vory noooMbury ilotuil,  It has boon recently reported that a  party of Indians which were hunting in  the vicmity of Canyou aud Summit.  Creeks, shot nnd killed abont twenty  Doar.  CANYON CITY NEWS  (By our Special Correspondent)  Kate Woods is home  after her visit  to Nelson.  If any body hero sees Kelly with  that ice cream, toll him to leave it at  Cacoy's ieo cream parlor.  Tho danoo Saturday night, was good  though tho crowd wns small.  Goo. Cnrtwright of Erickson, who was  sevorlv iujurcd while pulling stumps  noar KrickHon last wook is improving.  The tongue is a little thing, but it is  mighty in power. It can make or mar the  htppiness of a life or of a home. It  should be closely guarded. The sayi ng  of one unkind or unselfish thing makes  the next easier, and so on, untile a habit is formed that can never be entirely  overcome.  ���������First class dressmaking Mrs. B. K.  Embree, Victoria Avenue, three doors  past the Methosist Church.  Mr. and Mra. St. Juan of Mulhta, Idaho arrived iu Oreston on Thursday last  being called here by the death of her  father, Mr. S. S. Fairhoad. They were  accompanied by Miss St. Jean of Chicago  We ars now spprcachi-^ the barsfoot  season, when the small boy is unhappy  if he is not allowed to blister bis feet ea  the hot walks, cnt them on sharp ������dged  objects, run pieces of gla-<a into them  and knock off the nails from the big toe  such is life���������Witb the small hoy.  ���������For.Ssier-Gold Coin Seed Seed Pete=  toOs.Thisisa white skinned variety of  the very best quality. A very heavy orop  per. stock originally obtained from Central Experimental Farm.Price $1 per 100  pounds. $17:60 per ton.. Monrad Wigen,  Wynndel, B. C. ���������  . ���������������___. i  Have something for yonr children to  do each evening after  sohool.   Work  makes things sacred. The child whose'  home memories are not needed aad does  not feel that need, will not love honor.  ���������For your Spring painting useBapco *  pure paint. For sale in all colors at  Speers.  Card   of   Thanks  Tod Jollifl'e sprained, his anklo,  Bub  ehoorjip Ted tbo worst is, yet to come.  Mi'H, Sanmelson who has boen ill for  somo time is slowly improving.  Thoro aro liout'H thai, conic into Iho  livoMiif conic, wlinu ovo.iy iiiipiilso of  Mi'������ hon.vt. IhIiiii'IoiI iiiiiIim" it������ wi>i������ili) of  sorrow. Wo sbund thoro today; yot wo  would fain givo oxprcssiou bo tho grn-  bitudn Unit, wolls up from Iho iloptliH of  iiiir lioiuls us wo reini'inluM' Iho kindness of those who hnvo dono no inueh  loeonifovl our ju'eeious (lo.ul, :ind tii  hiighlon for uh it hLuvIi'hn sky.  Mrs. S. H. Fuli'linul nnd fninily.  Bom on Tursdny mr ruing to Mr, nnd  Mrs Finnic Putnuni,  twiiiK, n boy nnd  g'*''*  All  nu'iuUiH  or   Wild  Kiiho  ...   .    . ....,,,.ti..     . , I ,  ,1      4 ,.   1   o   ��������������� ���������  lirdRf,  ....... t nl  Although llio woathor proved unfavorable to hold tlio school picnic ut tho  Canyon. Ibdid nob forbid a rirrhfc jolly  I in\o nt tho school, A number of Indies  and children camo from Port Hill to  enjoy tho day. Lunch wns spread in  tlio school with things to ont  which pleased ovory ono and all woro  I'eiuly for n good dinner, Races in tho  afternoon with games and nl'tov Ico  oroniii wuh Hei'ved. ovory body went  lomo sntisfiod thab n. very plenstib day  ind boon enjoyed by nil,      v  ���������Cnll nnd look over my stock of wall  paper at H. Leonard's shop.  Tho automobile is no doubt a fine  thing und it mny bring all tho joys to  tho family that tho salesman snys it will  but it is doubtful if it brings tho real joy  to tlio grownups thut n now sled brings  to a healthy oountry boy who livos near  is hill.  ���������Now stook of Wall papor nt Harry  Leonard's shop, Sirdar avouuo.  Tho prosperity ofn town depends  ohiofly upon tho oonfldonoo tho pooplo  hnvo iu it. No town cnu prosper whoso  oiti-oiit* aro uutruo to it.  If yon cannot apeak a good word for  yonr home town aud yonr home business men, then "eilonoo is golden,"  Forty years ln use, 20 years the standard, presoribod and rooommended by  phyeioians. For Womano ailments, Dr,  Mavtel's Pills, at yonr druggist.  ������������������������"��������� r)  Tho mnn who hns onemles amounts  to somotulng. He is a live man. He is a  fighter, People don't kick a oorpis. A  llvo man oan swim against the current *  a corpse floats down without htndur*  auoo. God bless our enemies. We love  them. They mako life worth living.  This is tho time of tho year when ths  old hon nover fails to get into yonr  neighbor's garden, You know the result.  Ono good somtohing hen oan in five  m*iu*o(-**n -"crfttch np ���������!! tho frieadship  that has boon growing for many years  between neighbors. Keep her al horns or  out hor hood off.  Mr. Frod BYowoll will soon bo leaving for tho pmlrift.  Now you Imvo it, now you haven't i'r  "O you ico   c-i-e-u-iii."  ���������Wo pay tho freight, nud if y.iu nre  uot satisfied with tho vuIiioh reoolv������d  from uh, wo will pay tho freight bnolr  and rnfuml full loooual of your pur-  chnso.   O. C. S.  biio ������������������.���������(-i-i-ii: ���������ii.hiiiiik un ivioiuiiiy , .iuno ~,        ]Iow ft,|0nt Hoffc   Wftt(J|,   {ov    Wftghj���������B?  when tho  oleoiioii.if olllaurs will tnlto   GotKavostronghlng put up by Euibroo  pluco      K. O. GibbH. ������or 16 otg 0 f00t  Whnt is laughter? auks n scientist, it  Ih n sound that you hear when your hat  blows off.  Thai- trill be n box sooial in the Her*  onntilo Hull on Tuesday, June I rd glvon undor the auspices of the Ladles Aid  of the Methodist church. A good SM?������*  gram is bolng arranged. Tea and oof fes  .W.III  *J\4%  r.mm,.*.Jt        *  ' -"���������'.,  .A    t..     .m   .!������������ X, .   ...���������  nuio. _m,uum nre roqu*������i-i_ lo bring inm-  kets, and the gentleman ar* also ve-  ���������4U-i4.wl ta aikUjuu. lU-ietuber Uu������ ilxUi,  |Jun������, IrdavsF ������,  mm������mmmiimmmmmm  mf������mmmWmW  amwiiiiiiiViirT.-���������__waa- Tr'TCS'T^   TSTPTTTTP'^J'Y     if*'r\,*Ti rmm***T������T     ***���������_      *m    '  -i-.t_.__ i^__VAi_vys _,*���������-*. -H.-^ i % j i-_ y i3. I..-*  %  ___     X  nj 11 stice  By Arthur AppHa  Wai-9 Look A Co., LlmKai  London, Melbourne A Toronto*  J  I  gm******mm*mi***mmmmm*m~wfimmm**1*tp^si������  CGontlaueai  Francks did not realise ih.Y h������ stood  on? the brink of a precipice, but he  knew that he was ln 'danger cr losing  eeli-control. Event > were happening  too quickly for him, his brain; wa3 in  a Whirl. Now for tbe flrst time he  realised that danger threatened him,  and danger- threatened, too, the woman he loved. For himself he did  not care. *" He had been robbed of  freedom, and a fev hours ago lie  would have willingly given -ia> his life.  Now���������ke dared not think wlhere he  stood now. The tragedy which had  Just occurred altered everything. Yetj  It might i&ean the opening of an old  wound, the unravelling of a secret. It  might bring fresb. shame and misery  on Iris. He tried to think quickly,  to reason clearly. These three men,  calm sober men of the world, suspected blm. They scarcely feinted at It,  they veiled their suspicions, yet it was  plain enough that they suspected him,  James Francks, of murder.  He stared at them aghast, looked In  turn at ea=eb set, stern, face. Unconsciously, his hand hovered over the  medicine case, touching the little row  of. bottles.  Sowers made a -warning gesture.  Please don't touch anything, Mr.  Francks. Inspector Keriot will want  to make aa examination of the room,  and hear -what ycu've got to say. That  T.'il* bs ���������"���������'] Then we cs.ii ten^e "^ou  -"n -0s2.ee  You think I've poisoned my wife,  Francks thundered again.  He received no answer. He reeled  across the room, then stood with, his  AiJtitudes of People  take SCOTT'S EMULSION regularly to repair wasted vitality and  enrich the blood to withstand  | winter colds and exposure.  I      It contains the highest grade of  | cod liver oil, medically perfected; j  I it is a cream-liks food-medicine, "  g scrupulously pure and healthful  I without drug or stimulant.    Endorsed and advocated by medical  authorities everywhere.  SCOTTS EMULSION drives out  colds���������nourishes the membranes  of the throat and lungs and keeps  them healthy.  Nothing equal*  SCOTT'S  \ EMULSION for lung and bronchia!  tssakness���������sore, tight chests and  mil pulmonary troubles.  Equally good for infants,  children or adults, but you must  Scott & Bo  His voice sounded harsh and unnatural In his own. ������ars; ha spoke w4th  studied Indifference and frank contempt. These men, strangers to him,  should not guess the emotions that  swept his brain.  Heriot turned to Dr. Sowers, the  latter gave a brief account of what had  happened after he waB called into the  room. Dr. Maltland followed, corroborating Sowers. Once again the  detective turned to Francks.  Do you remember pouring out a dose  ot eolvolatlle for your wife; did you  measure it?  No; I can guess at a teaspoonful,  Francks replied. I then put a little  water into the tumbler Intending to  take It Into her room and give lt to  her.  (To hr Contlnu-t'.i  A 8. ..rt Salesman  Let me see some of your black kid  gloves, said a lady to a shop assistant.  These are not the latest style, are  they? she asked, when the gloves were  produced.  Yes, madam, replied tbe shopman,  we have had them ln stock only two  days.  I didn't think the./ were, because the  fashion paper says black kids have  tan stitches and vice versa. I see  the tan stltcLes but not the vice  versa.  The shopman explained that vice  versa was French for seven buttons,  f so she bought threo pairs.  me, Toronto. Ontario        IS-  unbalanced, and his thoughts chaotic,  havering between the past and the future, carrying him flrst to on* scene  then to another.  And ever and again he heard the  doctor's voice ringing in bis ears like  the notes of a funeral bell. She is  dead.  Ella, his wife, was dead!  The daughter of the man  who had  V-,/-i.-������������vVi. J> V������*l ������v*i       -4*-ru.������a      m       *sr\**.\ v^.1 n vtf     -      + ll j*_  ISVS������_{^��������������� L, ������1M���������>.        *W* ������% MW4.J.    _v_   **���������-��������������� V-AIW   j  IrtT* *������**���������������*        ���������fm\\^\ty^'i^\*,tm      Hf-*M������*.      **���������**! *0       ���������errl-i v*      1*������ O rf*>   !  loved htm with all her heart, but who  had loved ber honor and respect more,  and when she discovered his secret,  refused to take him to her heart,  back to the fireplace supporting him- j Proudly and coldly standing aloof, wife  self against the mantelshelf.  The lit.-; in name only.  tie blue pieces of the broken bottle Then hi_'thoughts flew to Iris, re-  glittered at his feet. He too, saw j rnlndiaz him that now she was free.  t_e red warning���������Pois?n. Of course," He realised how horrible it was while  It seemed Impossible that any man in | still in the presence of the dead wo-  broad daylight should make such s ��������� nian "sho had loved him, to think of  mistake. ithe living woman whom he loved.  Had he made a mistake? he asked!     And then once again the self-asked  himself the question sharply with    a'question   W3c; repeated.       H<*d he In  start of fear.    Was he trying to de-! ������ moment of mental oblivion, of tenn-  ceive  himself as these men thought. porary Insanity, poisoned his wife?  he was trying to deceive them? j     The Idea was so absurd that once  Before he could find an answer to j again he almost laughed aloud. Yet  the self-asked question, the door ooen- j a refused to go away and became fixed and inspector Heriot stepped noise- j e<j in    b������s    mind.    He   remembered  Modest  A clerical-looking gentleman, in the  hope of obtaining a contribution, entered the office of n newspaper, and,  finding the edltc ��������� In, began:  I am soliciting, aid for a gentlem: -t  of refinement and Intelligence who Is  in need of a Httlo ready money but  is too proud to make known his sufferings .  Why, exdultueu the editor, I'm the  only man In town answering that description. What's the gentleman's  name ?  I'm sorry to say 1 am not at liberty  to disclose It.  It must be me, parson. Heaven prosper you In your good work, said the  editor, wiping away a tear.  is the best ionic   It prevents  headaches and biliousness by  stimulating  the  liver  and  digestive organs to natural  action.  follow Ub daily use���������because this  p'saeanUy faui���������ill*- drink ia mildly  laxative In Ua action and clears tho  blood ot impurities.  Tt_������ a Baltli H������*n������ Tsfitv.        3a  Ai all ������ri<g$s-  ROYAL   DOCUMENTS  ������-^-r"T-'#   fr-  Economy  It seems strange to me that you  ehould book your passage to Europe  c *. such a slow steamer, remarked  Giver to his friend Grinder, a lower  fare certainly would be no inlucement  to a man of your means.  My boy, replied Grinder, I have  made my millions by always seeing  that I got the full worth of my money  and if I can get ten days* hoard on  the ocean for less money than five  would cost, why shouldn't I tal-2 it.  ���������a���������**������������������     n ���������i������������������������������������������������������������������������ ** fm*mmmmmm  8outh Pole Plights  Paris.���������lieutenant Menard, of the  aviation corps, will take part In a  scientific mission which is to leave for  the Bouth polo next June. He will  mako meteorological, atmospheric and  geographical observations from an  aeroplane.  Only Ona "BROMO QUININE"  Thai is I.AXATIVB BROMO    QUININE.  Look for the sismature of E. W. GROVE.  Cures &  Cold  ln  On*  Day.    Cures  Grip  :u Two Davs.     2Sc.  MEW  PISTOLS FOR  PARIS POLICE  lessly into the room. Closing the door  behind him he stood Just Inside the  threshold, and Francks saw hla pale  blue eyes looking enquiringly straight  Into his face.  No one spoke. And still from the  restaurant, below came the gay. mad  music, and rising above lt ever and  again lb������ laughter of men and women and the clatter of glasses.  I think v ��������������� had better shut the win-  It was the detective who spoke, and  lirfore anyone could move, he stepped  uoross the room, and was leaning  looking out���������looking down on the Em-  hankmont, where the human flotsam  and jetsam of London moved restlessly to and fro.  Standing with her back to the Era-  hankmont, he noticed a woman, one  nf that army, though still young and  decently dressed, staring up at t.ho  window. He looked at her steadily  Tor a handful of seconds, then closed  thn window and drow the blind.  Taklnc* n notebook from his pocket  her faced the four men.  CHAPTER XVI  Fear was with James Francks,  Hi our- It. was not fear for himself. It  ���������oenied to partake of a general sense  it horror. Ho saw Inspector Herlot's  pale, blue oye3 fixed on his own as  rf they would road his secret thoughts.  And Inwardly ho laughed, for ho knew  lt was Impossible,    His reason  Pit "IB "ITCHED  On Arms and Legs. Caused Running  Sores. Would Tear Himself Till  They Bled. Like Open Wounds.  CuiicuraSoapandOintmentCured,  BJl Stewart St.* Toronto, Ontario.���������  "Wli-i my baby -was nino months old Iia  had - lot of pimples como on hla arms and  legu -which uiied to como  to a head, tlipn break and  cau.io running 80r������>.i. Th������y  vera   bright   red   spots,  which Itched and burned  s'j  ba'J'y that, n������ ivrvnid  tear hlniBclf till ho mado  them bleed and they woro  all  llko  open  wounds.  They were  on   bis   faco  and arraa bo bad tlnvt I  did not llko to talto him  out.    Ilo oould not nlopp  or rest anjwliern.    I tried  several t_laa-at home uud lots of dlfferont  it;'���������;���������;.'; i-'''|,l������ '"rd   to  iVlv!:.'*  mr,   tr.:'. hr  did not K������;t a bit boll-.*.  "! {.St*.*.:- "^ r.'..V*o h������ warm wator and  Cuticura Soap and then I put Romei of tlio  Cuticura Ointment on and bound them up  In soft ran* and ho sli'iit hotter taut nlij.it  than ho hurt for threo ivi:<<ks. and Un  did rot scratch hlnimlf oncn thut ul-iht.  1 did tliafc for throo days, n!i<til and morn-  Iuk, avUoIi wo nolke-l tho huri- w������:n> got-  ling ilrlur and hr-all'ii*. ao I LhukIjL u  <:..'...' cf ''',:!l:".".:'r. '.'���������.:-.r^ ���������ir.'! r. h"** *->f '"n't-  tuira Olutiu'.nt, und afi^r a wi-i-U arid u tow  fl.'iyi Oicro w:i^ not- n Hi-m'th on blm."  (HlKlifd) Mid. I*. Wi .!, I'll,. ���������.!'.), 101-J.  "Dutlcura Homji -i''i,l f'-nllfiir, iilittrnr-ntiirA  ���������old hy flrunitliiii Hint rlcili-n nviirywlinr������������.  . ii, ...    i  .���������   ... ..     ,. I,   , r ,    ,.\,    will, M'.'-u.  book, I'Tid inn-! I'.inl to ruttt-r DriiK&Ohvm*  Corp., IJopt, .Vio, iKn.luii. ������.. ti. >t  strange and gruesome stories of men  acting under influences Quite foreign  to their nature, men self-hypnotised,  "who had committed terrible crimes  then forgotten them. He recalled a  case that had happened not long ago,  of an epileptic who had murdered his  best friend In a quiet street and returned home unconscious of the deed,  and next day when the murder was  discovered, spent all his time and  _noney in trying to discover ths Assassin.  How long have the lights been burning in the room, Mr.  Francks?  Francks put his hands before bis  face for a few ���������seconds. His thoughts  were indeed getting beyond control.  But when he looked at tho detective  again lt was with some degree of confidence.  I switched them on soon after we  arrived, directly I commenced to unpack my suit case.  The question seemed rather a  strange one, and even tho manager of  the hotel looked eurp-elsed. He wished Scotland Yard had sent an older  I aiid more experienced man. Heriot  ' looked very young, and his appear*  anoe was hardly that of the conventional official.  Heriot made an entry in his note-  hook, then after a short explanation  from Velnhardt, he turned to Francks  again.  I'd like to put a few questions to  was | you,  air.      You are not obliged to  answer them against your will.    He  gave the usual warning.  Francks began to fco! nervously Irritated. He glanced along tho corridor towards tho locked door behind  which his dead wlfo lay. Thero was  something Indecent Ih the fact that  these four men _hould be calmly discussing the manner of her death.  Really these proceedings are unwarrantable, he said to Velnhardt. I  mtiBt protest.  The dets������.tlvo gavo tho manager a  warning glance. I realise how very  painful lt must he to you, Mr.  Francks. ho said ln his calm, -soft  voice, but If, whllo tho exxnta of the  last hour or two are vividly impressed upon your mind you will explain  exactly what happened and what you  did. it may save you a lot ot unhappl-  ncss and unpleasantness in tho future. I am suro you must bo as anxious as any of ua lo clear up tlio mystery of your wlfe'a sudden death.  Fr*rV"CUn rhruucod hit* ���������*hr������u1d*r,fH' tho  irritation was im*,rousiu_. H*> did  not reallno the ������eriousness of his po-  altlon yet; only tho horror ot what  had so suddenly occurred was crowing gradually stronger nnd stronger.  At present only tho four men facing  him and perhaps a couplo of liotel servants know what had happened. But  noon tho news of thr- trngody would  ' lrr.l' ont tho n������W-?-_n*-l w/ihIji ��������� *)*  ./.V! of u. It would ho the gossip of tho  clubs, tho theatres, and the ntreots.  And Iris would know. The nows  would roach hor'Uirough tho shrieking  columns of tho morning nowapapors a  garblod account written to whet tho  'ikI-mI npprlll.o of tho morbid public,  Wft'ro wnltlng, Mr. Francks; havo  you anything lo nay7  Frftiicicn fumbled In Un; jiu'diftl of hlu  i;i/ni, .imi Limn)-,' <jul .4 i,!f,l������l c.' r, lit ...  JJI.H IIiikh:*, trembled unut'.'adlly. hie  linn !- nu.l lib. f'L'u- wm-'- cold, but tiny  b.'.r.d.'   nf  ji'T-'plrritlon   v-t-ro   Jj���������,',-akinff  OU I    llll   lllil   fill! In.Ill  Tho n.nmij'or ������������������������.-- I0j,", yf���������. tfmt both  *���������"**     iniu   iiiiMi   iii'.rni   in.il  in>  New Weapon to Deal With Desperate  Grlrninals  !������  Successfully  Used  Paris, France.���������The suffocating revolver was used by the Paris police  recently ior the first time, and its effectiveness was amply demonstrated.  The weapon was invented as a sequel  to the motor bandit sieges, when it  waa realized that there was neod for  some method of overcoming the resistance of dangerous criminals, without  so much risk to the police.  The weapon was used in the Passy  quarter, wl ore a young creole named  Vitals      Pothiu,      belonging      to    a  wealthy family, had suddenly become  mad.  Armed with a revolver and several  boxes of cartridges he had barricaded himself in his room at a flat, and  for several hourc had fired at any one  who had ventured ��������� approach. A policeman "had a narrow escapo of being  shot.  Steel bucklers were tben fitted to ji  couple of detective*, who crept up to  a small window and fired the contents  of their suffocating revolvers. The  room was filled with acrid smoke, and  Pothln, half suffocated, made a dash to  the window, where he was captured by  the detectives.  List of Valuable Jcweis Once Owned  by the l-'i'snch Empress Eugenie      j  Paris, France.���������An inventory of  jcweis tu-rit oelonged to the jSinpress  Jlugenie was discovered recently at  Montlouis, ln the Pyreuees-Orlental  department, by a young soldier w_r>  was taking a stroll near iho fortifications. He noticed the aeck of a bottle sticking out of the ground, and unearthed it. In it was a document  bearing the seals of the Second Empire, dated September 4,1870, and having the inscription: Inventory of jewels and bank notes entrusted today to  M. Manuel Peres to be taken to Madrid and handed over to the Comtesse  de Montijo���������probably a relation of the  Ennnvess.    Several items followed:  A pearl necklace presented by the  Emperor of Russia value at $100,000.  Two pearl bracel 3 from tlu Queen  of England, valued at 1125,000.  A ruby and diamond parure. from  the Shah of Persia, valued at $160,000.  A pearl and diamond necklace from  the Grand Due Constantine, of Russia,  valued at $165,000.  Four parures six bracelets and three  necklaces, valued at $320,000.  The document was headed Paris,  Talace of the Tullerles, and signed by  the Grand Chamberlain of the Palace.  When the authorities visited the  spot where the inventory was discovered, they found part of a human skeleton, which had apparently been there  for more than forty years.  A Sufts Corrective of Flatulency.���������*  When the undigested food lies In the  stomach it throws off gases causing  pains and oppression in the stomachic  region. The belching or eructation of  these gases is offensive and tho only  way to prevent them is to restore the  stomach to proper action. Parme-  leo's Vegetable Pills will do this. Slm-  plo directions fco with each packet and  a course of them taken *r-yste*matically  Is certain to effect a cure.  Paired Off  Our aliens quickly pick up British  ldeaB.  XTf.m.      m*m.m  4411 ���������        XX\I n   1  I asked the Greek bootblack on our  road If he wasn't going home to fight,  and he tells me that he Is paired with  the Turk who runs the fruit stall.  m*sm0mwwmmmmsm^*^ms0**mmmmmmmm*m  The only people who hav9 no regret  for anything they ever said are those  who have never said anything ot importance.  ZAM-BUK FOR THE CHiLDREN.  Mothe.rs  Tell  What It  Did for Their  Little Ones  I tie Wretchedness  of Co__s tipatkv-*  Con quickly be overcome by  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PELLS  Purely vcgstahlo  -���������act surely aad  gently on the  uvef. Cure  Bi'lioUMlC-,  Head  ache,  Dii_i>     e^ _.  _  boss, and In-gesUon.    They do their duty.  Small Pill, Small Dose, Smell Prise.  Genuine must bear Signature  ).  U m mm 4*W'*m^?xifi<*>mmi*9^*i!r*rTfr*r**tW^  omj& JO*  20&6-S  mmm  PrT*������Allh1fiDS-*^������a  ���������i 'HIIHl*-! II lllll-     *"*  Ifa tha CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, an 4 BEST HOME  DYE, ona can buy.-Wby yon don't area have tm  krawvbit KIND of Cloth your Good* era mad*  mt.���������Sm Mistake* are lopoailbla.  Send for Fr������������ Color Card, Story Booklet, and  Booklet gftatne reaulta of Dyalns otw other colon.  Vk* JOHNSOI4-1UCHAB.DSON CO., Limited.  Montreal. Canada.  For absolute purity and  wholesome   flavor  should use  Thousands of mothers In Canada  owe a debt of gratitude to Zam-Buk.  Mrs. J. QulJing, of Ninette, Man.,  says: "My little boy was suffering  very badly from a form of akin disease over his eye. I applied Zam-  Buk to the affected part, and in a  very -ho.;, time the sores were  healed."  Mrs. F. Miners, of 311 Suffolk St.,  Gueipli, Out., says: "My little daughter Lorinda (6), contracted a skin disease. This first broke out like tiny  water busier^, Siter-vy-wi-us talcing the  form of dry scabs. These would disappear for a short time, and then reappear worse than ever. \7*������ tried  Zam-Buk, and perseverance with its  uso resulted in a cure."  All druggists and stores cell Zam-  Buk at 50c. box or post free from  Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, upon receipt oi  price.  Beware of Ointments for Catarrh  that Contain Mercury,  a* mercury irUl surely destroy Uia oensa of smell  ood completely de���������i=se Uia *sho!������ gyitets whan  entering it tnrough ia* lauoous surlices. Sue������  ������rUcHs 'should nevor be wed except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as tbe daiaose thty  will do ifl ten fold to tbo good yon con possibly <ie>  tlT9 ***-***������������������* thSKJ.    H������!*.*2 C&tfi??!! CUTS, ****,jmnt*i*-r.iit������4t  by f" J. Cheney _ Co., Toledo, O., eoataiae no aie!>  ?urv. end U t&ken la���������rnally. actios directly upon  tho blood and raucous surfaces ot tiss waters. la  buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get   tht  Smutne.   It Is taken iPtcroaUy and node in Toledo.  hlo, by F. J. Cheney X Co.  Testimonials ttea.  Bold by Dru������n������3s.  Prlco, 75c. per bottle.  ���������_io Hsll's Family P__ for c*!������U***t_i������. J  ���������*_*���������*    _<*���������_������ vv   ���������nnftri*****-  IVfiiiL _OI/.l_   riYimio  W������ only handle property ot a ter Bins  merit, on wnich "nre ars prepared to  guarantee profits.                  "Our vfOODL.AWK," ST. WVAH.  and "DEER LODGE" properties ar*  eood investments. We want a eood  _sent to represent us in every town.  For terms apply.  ���������  PIMPLES, BLO      -JES ON  PRETTY  FACES REMOVED SURE  Eminent Doctors Remedy, not adve-  tlsed before���������simple, effective. Large  supply $1.C0.���������-F. Osborne, I Arlington Ave., Westmou-t, Montreal.  vnii  ml   ��������� ���������  THRONE  FOR  WILLIAM  Second 8on of King Gustava Selected  for Albania  Vienna.���������Prince William of Ssveden,  second son of Klnr* Gustava, will be  the first occupant of the throne of  Albania if the wishes of the trlplo  alliance���������Gormanly, Austria-Hungary,  and Italy aro carried out. This announcement was made by tho Neue  Frelo Presse. Dispatches from Cat-  taro, tho seaport of Montenegro announce that the fortress of Scutari ls  being subjected to n- severe bombardment by the Montenegrin besiegers.  Rome. ���������Tho Cacclatoro Itallano  states that a party of huntori have  captured two royal eagles, with their  young, on tho Alps near the Ledro valley. In the eagles' nest were found  tho bones of a child, as well as tho remains of 200 duckB, forty hares, a  chamois, a fox and Innumerable birds.  DR. TALKS ON  FOOL.  Pres. of Board of Health.  E. D. SMITH'S  JUST LIKE MOTHER MADE  Can be had from your  Grocer  FARMERS HANDY ACCOUNT BOOK  Just what you require to keep account of your expenses. Drcp a  line to your local Bank. They will  send you one for the asking.  FEMALE HELP WANTED  Pa is Won Over  Aunt Grundy���������I thought you dlsiiked  that young man who calls on Gracie?  Grade's Fa���������I can't very well show  lt. He's promised to get me all t". .  baseball passes I can uso t-l.i summer.  To whom lt may concern: This ls  to certify that I have used MINARD'S  LINIMENT myself as well as prescrlb-.  [ed it ln my practice where a linimont  was required and have never failed to  L'-t the desired effect.  C.  A.  KINC.  M.D.  LADIES WANTED���������To do work at  home; decorating cushion tops; can  make from $3 to $5 per day; pleasant  work. Armour Art Co.. Dept. N. lt  Steele Blk., Winnipeg.  How Time Doeo Fly  You must remember, eald a teacher  to his class in ancient history, that  these events    happened    more    than  three  thousand years  ago.  Ah, exclaimed an Idle boy. too true,  too true!      Bless me, how tv.o ttaa  does slip away.  Father���������Do you think you can support my daughter In the manner in  which she has been accustomed?  Suitor���������I think I can, sir.  Father���������Then you can't have her.  She's never had anything In her life.  V.lli>    I'  lll'lll    HI',! I I)  . ������,|    ...  \. 11 L  1.   ^  ,'  0.  W     N     U     0-1/  ,.,,���������,,. in ilt*- only ci.ni liihlnu pof'i.lhl.',  Uml I :idTiiIr.!:'i<-roil (hi- jmltioiil Thnt'u  nil.  "What shall I eat?" ls the dally inquiry tho physician Is met with. I  do not heBitato to ������ay that ln my judgment a largo percentage of dIsor.'jo  ls caused by -poorly e-olocted and improperly propored food. My personal  ���������exporlenco with tho fully-cooked food  known as Grapo-NutB, enablos mo to  l>[il;ui. xx~f*f,j   \f. *." ..............  "From overwork, I suiiereu Bovorai  yoars with malnutrition, palpitation of  tho heart, and Iobs of sloop. Last  summer I was lod to exporlmont personally with thn now food, which I  usod in conjunction with good rich  cow's milk. In n short tlmo aftor I  commenced its uso, the dlsngrouablo  symptoms dlnapjpoarochjny liqart'.g oof,-  Icmiif-uitTic'iitcndy 'rmd iiorniril, ilite  functions of the ol >mach wero properly carried out nnd I nf'iiln slept as  soundly and an well as In my youth.  "I look *.pon Grape-Nuts as a perfect food, and no ono can gainsay but  that it hns a most iroinlnont placo In  n rational, nclontlflc iiynloni of feeding.  Anyono who uros this food will soon  bo convlucod of tho hoiuiiIiu'hh of Iho  prlnclplo upon which It is manufact-  ui-'l ui;rt may thereby lrnnv tho fp.ct"  au to Its truo worth." Nanin i-lvon  by flnnjidinn l������ontuin    Co.,    Wluihor,  Ont.  ���������"Thorn m   it   v'liwwin,"   and   lt.  in   v.:  iihilnod In tho Httlo book, "Tho r.oad  ���������        ������   ,. .    ...  tU       VV  ��������������� Ik * 4 11V. '.���������     1        "  r*.,.^  rt.*(i tho  nhove  Irllrr?  A  ni*w  ono npp������ai** frorr> t,me ,0 tlme- *r,,cy  ������r������  nenulne.'true,  ;incl full  of  human  Interest,  Irate Tailor���������Now look here, Mr.  Scrlbb, this has gono on long enough.  I demand a choquo right now.  Impecunious Author���������Sorry, Snip old  man, but my physician ha* ordorod  mo to give up wrlllnj altogether for  threo months.  At the Rehearsal  Tho Author���������At this point the hero  lo plunged ln doep thought and runs  his fingers through his hair.  Tho Producer���������But look at him. He  hasn't moro than. a half dozen hairs  on his bond.  Tho Author���������Thon let liim run his  hairs through his Angers.  Internally and Externally It Is Qood.  ���������Tho crowning property of Dr. Thomas' Ecloctrlc Oil is that it enn bo usod  internally for many complaints as woll  as externally, For sore throat,  croup, whooplnp* cough, pains in the  chest, COllC pne *m������iny Idinlroii nil-  meats lt has curatlvo qualities that  aro unsurpassed. A \ ottlo of It costs  Httlo and thei'3 is no loss ln always  having lt at hand.  Roman Relics Rediscovered  Cardiff.���������Two valuable Roman relics���������tho famous Basllldlaii talisman,  fashioned out of a vory thin plato of  gold, and a goldon fibula or brooch���������  which wero discovered noarly a century ago, but hav������ been missing for  many yoara, iti-M *.,.ow In the possession  of tho town clork of Carnarvon.  About Lvvu-tbirds of the nrerarr"  man's laughter iu inspired by hiB own  alleged  wit.  bsquOb Blood1 '      " '    l,i  ia the direct and inevitable result of  Irregular or constipated bowels and  clogped-up kidneys and skin. Th*  undigested food and ether waotcsnas<=  ter which is allowed to accumulate  poisons the blood ond the wholo  system. Dr. Morse-Indian Root Pill*  ������ct directly on the bowels, regulating;  them���������on the kidneys, giving them  case and strength to properly filter th������  blood���������and on the skin, opening up  theporea. Por pure blood and good  health take  Dr.'Morse's    ���������������  Isidi-ai-. Root  Pills  Proof Positive  A quack dostor waa holding forth  about his mcAlcInoB to a rural audience,  Yos, gentle, on, ho said, I havo sold  thoso pills for ovor twenty-five j-j..j,  and nover heard a word of complaint.  ���������f\Tf>������r   ivhr***   'loon   thnt.  provn?  From a voice in tno crowd camo:  That doad mon toll no talcs.  Old Mike, who novor drank wator  enough to warrant tho dlsoaso, was  ������������������cdyced to such n ntato hv drops*/ thnt  fl'*ol.Cu-a-*M liy* bnyB'cfftnft Ml n**!*!  upon his caso. They agreed that  tapping was nocoponry.  Olb MoiUe, Molke, nlvnr lot 'nm lap  yez! crlod his frlond Dolan whon lu  heard tho 1.2WB.  Suro, Jimmy, mo b'y, twill do mo  good, an' Ol'll llvo long In health.  Dolan shook his bond ominously.  No, Molko, yez won't. Nivor was  anything tapped In your house that  hi-Ui". moro'n r. week.  London'* 65,041 Motors  I.oniinn.���������Tho quavtcrl*, roturn ot  thn T������"iu������bl������ loutiul coiiimlltfo of the  "i ...Minn ffi'iniv onuiicll HllnW.'. that (���������������..,���������  041 motor'i arc voglsloroil lv Loudon,  tho total 111114; 11.(iill, uu viL riCi.Tro," l.'.w  lur-carir, Cl.'i'O boiiq- heavy molov-uars,  and xii". 1 uUjlortycKrj.  Mo nian is  Stronger  _Wa_Jl_i<__ *^^ ^m  Stomach  Th������ Medical Adviser by  It. V. PUircti, M. I)., Buffalo, N. Y. anttuiera hoot*  of tfolitmtm auestioiia  olout which tvery roan.  or ���������MioiMfl.fi, #!ngle or vnnr~  rictl ought, to know. Sent  free on rsssipt of 50 one-  tent atampa to pay for  '. . .... .������ ������������������������������������*....  I4.n.^j,ui^    v. ,-������������������- 0.  LET tlio prroatiOBt athlete Imvo dyspepsia nnd hi*  strength will soon fail. One's ntumina���������force-  fullness and strength of mind or musclo!  depend upmj the \}\oao\, and tho blood in turn,  requires 11 healthy stomach, for tho stomach is the  laboratory whoro tho food is dip-rested and such el_*  -lenls ur������ taken up*���������or assimilated���������which mako  blood. In consequence all tho ornfono of the body,  ���������uch as heart, lungs, liver and lcidnoyn. aa well as  tho nervous system* fool tho bud effect if the stem*  ������ch is deranged.  Br. Pierce's Golden  mmmmmmmimm mmxmmmmmmxmmmmxmmmmmmmmx   iM_aHi((rH__w_HM>aiiiHi.  Medical -Discovery  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmimmm,      mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmm  holpa Uio ntomach to dlnrnut food properly, tUrtM tb_  llvor Into *i������w activity, romovlnjc Uio polnonn from tho  lilooil, nnd Uio vurtoiiw ori/aim nut rich, r<d blood, in'  tntoadot hcluyr illy i.i.^rUliwil. Tho rofroiililnsIn."luct;c������ .  of Uiiu ������.i_lim;t iit riutlvu .r.c.liclr.il pl^ntu Y.sJi becn  favornlily known for ovor 40 yeurtt. IJvnrywh���������w  ���������nm* rwMihnr fun t������ill vou of tho irood It li_������ dou������*  .,,,,, wu , ,���������ii.     m,mmmmmmmm.mm i      ���������    '"    i.^.^^*.  ,i ,    ..mmtm*  ZZ::*M.. by .n.n. .;-*������^������"������������.- jtmmtmmmtm ti������n*r������4������fl#������rt������bl������i������ t**tms  **ru*in'a ISO ome-i-eut -ti-itp* to irtr. W������rce, i-vniin*'  liot������l, W������iifKi������4 nnu m trial i������<*x will Imi nwtUea yowu  <sa  j STEWART  & TALKER,  LIU 1      g  | sterling Bank Suiiriins, V/innlpsg | jgg  "Don't wast-i  timo  -wrltine tt you B  do not mean business." I  ____3_SS9 THE REVIEW, 'CRESTON. ���������_*. C*  iTl  -_a*"s--i'-^i-a,ii"ff  Why doesn't she take  NA������DEU������C0 M���������������&aeS_e Wafers  They stop a headache promptly, yet do not contain any e$  tho dangerows drugs common tn headache tablets. Ask y������*!������  Druggist about them.   2So. a box,  NATIONAI. DRUO AN** CMeMICAL Co. or Cawaoa. Limitcs. 133  CUT OFF GIRL'S HAIR  Man Then Sells -ihe Lock for Price of  a Dinner  Paris.���������A man named Chaignon was  sentenced to thirteen months' Imprisonment for a curious offense recently.  He went to a house ln the Rue Roy  some weeks ago, and waking one of  the- servants, shewed., her a. psir . of  scfssors, and gave her the choice bf  the loss of her Lead or her hair.  '..���������' I would rather lote my hair, said the  girl.  Taking off a handkerchief In which  her head was wrapped, she showed the  court that the man had cut her hair  so closely that h- wounded her in  several places. He sold it afterwards  for the price of a dinner.  You will go to prison for thirteen  months, eald the Judge. Your a^me  ought to be Chignon, not Chaignon.  ACTRE33 ON TRIAL FOR MURDER  ���������aifniTK-n   -iiw-nv-   s_ttv  Wi_i- iKi-U fil-fif  STOOD THE TEST  ;^.I.N:N,I.]P'EG:::..|r:T'H������  imw^Lmmmmtxi*  STRAYED  BTTgiT^        ���������__���������J     *^^Tm OBB      IB���������SI      BBSS       ������������������__���������_���������i '���������^B^^  from the X Ranch Corral a wall eyed  S?l-������-      *Q��������� <- ���������    ...14_     m    T2m^.mm.    nM*  rilllU     C1UUMUV    1IIIU    0*   l.w,.,.w   ^.mmm  and lightning heels. We have issued  a humorous descriptive circular of  this remarkable broneo with illus-  "b-aKona ef his antics. Sent free on  g$3nic_Uon to any reade? of this paper,  fit- is lhe most famous circular ever  ���������printed In the EnglSsh language.  mora than half a mllllea copies have  already been distributed to advertise  our famous Pinto Sheii gloves made  from tough Bronco hides.   For a. fre������  0.r\m..r omnA tm-.qI.i1  Irt  -"tV  -*-���������-��������� g���������������������������- *"  vsajnjenm niiv KiMgyriiVfl CO=  Canada'a Expert clove ana Miii _a_sfs.  MONTREAL.  She Didn't Intend to  A &-������d&>&g8d couple, made suddenly rich through cm unexpected turn of  fortune'* wheel, Were visiting the M.  P. from thebr district at his Ottawa  *r-s9a������AejXce.  At brsakf-Si t2t*s first nicr_ln_ after  their arrival, the woman, nervously  trying to chip off the top of her egg  with her knife, attacked the problem  with so much seal that the egg was  knocked out of the eup and rolled under the table. Not knowing Just  what was the proper thing to do under the circumstances she nudged her  husband.  Kanki Hank! she whispered. I hare  dropped an egg.    What shall 1 do?  Don't cacklev came the mattsr-of-fsict  reply.  uGDD'S  KiDNEV    FILLS  A REPUTATION IN THE WE8T  Saskatchewan   Man Telle   How Th,./  Cured    Him, After    Four    Months"  Suffering from Backache and Other  Forma of Kidney Disease  St. Phillips, Sask. (Special) .���������In a  new country where changes of climate  ctij*I  limniirA TV_t<������-** o*r"S vrr.c.ri'* +I-10  rHfR_  cultles to be surmounted, kidney trouble ip pre.alent. It Is the kidneys,  the organs that strain tho impurities  out of the blood, that first feel any  undue strain on the body. Consequently Dodd's Kidney Pills have  been well tried and tested in this  neighborhood.  They have stood the teat. Many  settlers tell of backache, rheumatism  and urinary troubles cured by Dodd's  Kidney Pills. Mr. Otto Olshewskl is.  one of these. In speaking of his  cure he says:  ='I BU���������ei"_d from kidney disease for  four-'mo_t_s. My back ached, I had  heart flutterings, and was always tired  and nervous. My skin had a harsh,  dry feeling; my limbs were heavy; and  I had a dragging sensation, across the  loins.  "I consulted a doctor, but, ss I did  not appear to improve, I decided to  try Dodd's Kidney Pills. I used six  boxes, and now I am aii right."  jbodd's J-dney Pills always stand  the test.     Ask your neighbors.  Maypole Soap  THK CUBAN  KOMB   DYS  Gives   neb,   eves  colors,   fees   fcca  etxeaka and nbtolut-  ���������y fast.    Does not  ���������ftirshftiK^*? os keisi****  24 colon,-mil  any shade.  Col  iOc, biaci: sic* si  your   desist*!   as  post - paid     ������ntk  booklet  "How to  Dye" fiom  l.   QEEieU3Ul  X07  Su. aonirea  Miller's Wo_hi Pcwders not only  make the lofaatils system untenable  for worms, but by their action on tL  stomach, liver and bowels they correct such troubles as lack ot appetite, biliousness and other internal  disorders that the worms create. Children thrive upon them and no matter  what condition their worm-Infested  stomachs may be in, they will show  improvement .is soon as the treatment  begins.  Never Again  Father, did mother accept you the  first time you proposed to her?  Yes, my dear, but since then any  proposal that I have ever made Bhe  Strange Drama of Misplaced Affection  Now Before Tribunal tn Naples  Naples Italy.���������Yvonne de Vfilles-  preux, a - fascinating actress, who  formerly belonged to a dramatic company run. by Dine. Galli, herself a most  brilliant light comedy artist, Is now  standing her trial here for kiIli-������ her  lover. Dr. Ettore Turdo.  The case is replete with psychological interest. One evening la, November, 1909, when the Galli company  was performing at the Quirnai Theatre, Rome, Turdo, who had juat won  high university honors in medicine,  was Introduced to Villespreux by Signer ina Esteriaa a young actress-friend  of hers ia the same company. All  supped together, with a party of  youths of the smart set in the capital.  Villespreux was so impressed hy  the assiduous court paid her by Doctor Turdo thai: next day she accepted  his invitation to Hv_ with _-BB and  bargained with Bsterina to yield her  claim for a consideration of 800  francs. About Christmas time Turdo  parted from his lover, as an order had  come from Naples to attend his brother Lulgl, fc barrister, and a violent  morphiamaniac.  Hither, in the beginning of March,  1910, came also the Dina Galli company. Turao meanwhile had taken  a freBh. lover, out alter persistent entreaties of Vilhsspreux consented to  again live with ber, although Turdo  had never contributed a penny towards  her maintenance and ber pay was only  $1 a day.  Thenceforth eh������ performed the  most menial omces for the morphia-  maniac brother, aad with the consent  of the medical attendants, arranged  for a continuous stream of pretty artist visitors to distract nis mind. Suddenly the maniac conceived a strong  dislike for her, and during one of his  drug fits accused her of aspiring to  marry into their noble family. A  violent r.truggle ensued, in which she  attacked him vigorously, and was herself severely cut on the hand by  broken glass.  Next evening, March ������, the other  residents in tbe boarding house whesa  the couple were staying were startled  by the nol.ie of revolver shots, and  rushing In, they found Turdo bleeding  to death. -i*he actress was seated on  the bed with a Browning, which they  wrested from her. Th������ only spectator of the tragedy was a little girl,  the daughter of another theatrical artist, who had entrusted the child to  Villespreus's keeping while she attended a rehearsal.  Villespreux first maintained that the  COLT   DISTEMPER  Can be handled very, easily.  The nick are cured, and all  others ln same stable, no matter how "exposed," kept from  having the disease, by using  SFOHN'S LIQUID DISTEMPER.  CURB. Give on the tongue'or  In feed. Acts on the blood and  expels germs of all forms of  distemper. Beat remedy ever  known for mares In foal. Drug,  gists and.harness dealers. Cuft  shows how to poultice throats.  Our freo booklet gives : everything. L.areest selling horse  remedr* ia existence���������15 years. Plstritratsra���������A3-_ V/HCIiESAXiEi r>BTJGGISTB.  SPOHN MEDICAL CO., CheintBts and Bacteriologists. Goshen,  Ind., U.S.A.  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 12_0, Montreal, Can.  This offer expires June 1st, 1913. Send to-day.  iliect  ��������� 5r ������aft3!������%  9nmfm\0%&frmi  AUVAr  W-   i___r_|g JHOr^ ^*fiMa*  iffllR  "_?  hr* n      c*r*r-  CV0      a\j\.  tfl'llt  Which was Why  Why, little hoy! exclaimed the  -hocked old lady, aren't you ashamed  to be smoking that vile cigar?  Sure lady, replied the urchin, blowing out a ring, but yer see the guy  wot dropped it didn't have no taste  fer good terbaccerl  _���������_._.    ji���������.ji  The Rara Avis  Clood womsjj hard to  find? Nonsense professor. You for Instance, I am eure, have a good woman  for a wife.  The Professor^���������Veil, yes, but I mar-  ry fife times before I flndt her.  _     PIUES CURED IN 8 TO 14 DAYS  sour <ir_Kgist trill refund uionev If FASO  QINTM-JST faun to cure aav case of Itoh-  ing. Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles  In. ������ to 14 days.    SOo.  ��������� ���������     mm,,.   Not a Barber Shop  Waiter (to barbarian who tucks his  napkin in at hla neck) * Pardon me sir,  but no shampoo goes with this dinner.  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere.  Lost and Found  A Scottish tourist walking the  streets of Paris, some distance from  his hotel, found he had take i a wrong  turning, and to raake things worse, he  could not, through Ignorance of the  language ask tho way. Then u happy  thought struck him. By dint of signs  he concluded a bargain with a fruit  hawker for a b jaketful of gooseberries  and then, to the ~ma*zoment of everybody, went about shouting: Fine  Scotch grossetsl A penny a pual  Aptly , arnao I    This went on for a whllo, till a fel-  Witey���������Our phone Is a party line,  i lew-countryman, rushed  forward  and  Hubby-���������Yes, I   notice   that   evwy asked:  Mon, d'yo think yo're in the  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.  Not Tending to Business  A country doctor was recently called upon to visit a patient who resided  at a distance. Arriving at his destination he tied his horse to a tree  near by, and walked towards the  house.  It happened that work was ia progress on a new well, of which the doc  tor knew nothing until he found himself sinking into the earth. He fell  just far enough to be unable to get  out of the hole unassisted, and yelled  lustily for help.  When he was finally pulled up his  rescuer remarked: I say, doctor, you  had ao business down there.  -  ' No, I hadn't, replied,, the doctor..  Don't you know, continued his rescuer, you ought to leave the well  alone and look after the sick.  R_s. Hicks was telling some women  about the burglar ecare in her hou������e  the night beforo.  Yes, oho said, I -eard a noise and  got up and there from under the bed  I eaw a man's lego sticking out.  Mercy I exclaimed a woman, the  fcurglar'e legs?  No, my dear; mv husband's logs.  He had heard -the noise, too.  The Ways of Women  Don't you think that women are as  capable of making laws as men?  More so. Give a woman a motorcar and she'll make up her own traffic regulations as she goes along.  tlmo I want to use lt there is someone holding a reception on tho wire.  Here's a chance  for you to buy  your range from  the (actorv and  save 30%���������to  buy it on easy  terms and to get  tho very range  you would choose, even if you  had to pay the retail price.  Our free book chows you  mmc'ly what tho ranae il like. It de-  ���������cribei each point cieoriy, and m*  guarantee our range to b������ jurt  at represented.  You ���������"nigi'it ������������������ well save the lelail  profit.    Mail tbe coupon to-day.  Dominion Pride  Range  IPolUcd  Irteel bodv���������  1 unbreakable  Idoort and  lcoMinfl'";���������  \xbeautifully  '���������| nlckclled  Canada-  ^qfjh^  Malleable-   ^|4  04mmt H������������tNif*n Mfw        ^Wila  WMlrV'      ���������"������������������'���������lyli     **"'        M' **>(____���������.  Co., Limited, Oshswa. ^^  Plan*** Mini nooV.  Natus    His Request  So you have determined to sue me  for breach of promise?  Yes.  With damages.  Of course.  Well, ������ay. I'vo got Just one favor  to ask of you. Don't sue me for less  than $100,000. I haven't got a dollar In the world that I can call my  own, and It might help my credit.  AAfc-iWW Vi** ������*^i������������������������*-#���������*  streets of Olesca, that ye gang about  like a madman crying grossets?  Ech! replied the hawker, with a  senso of rollof, ye're Just the man I  was looking for. D'yo ken tho way  to the ������������������ Hotel?  *mmmssmm^**,mmsssmmmmmmwmm^mtm*m  Expensive Encores  A good otory is bolng told about a  fashionable Now York woman who  recently engaged Mme. S~, of the  Metropolitan Opora to sing at ono of  her receptions. It was arrangod that  two songs ahould bo furnished, at $100  por tsong. Mmo. S��������� sang so woll  that the delighted guests demanded  moro, and wero roferrod by tho songstress to thoir hontcGb.  Tho latter looked rather unhappy,  v.7".r   v,.-.-���������!���������,-.?v -.-..���������,  ,���������".,.?,.���������  :..  .���������*....  ......r.,._  ���������was compelled to "givo "ordoro for" another Bong-���������nnd yet anothor, and anothor, until Mmo. S��������� had scorod olght  In all���������-which at $10) each, was not a  bad night's work.  ������   ���������   '     ��������� ��������� ������������������ m  Dad-���������Just think of lt. It would  tako twolvo million yo^rs to pump tho  occano dry a. tbo rato of ono thou-  ii'wul millouti ii tivcuud.  Hobby���������And whoro would you put  all tho water, pa?  Everybody  From Kid  To Grandad  Likes  Automobile Aroma  Fnrmor Hlrnm was mending tho  front fonco whon an automobllo whtz-  *ed past, omitting a trail of blue  Hinoko from Its oll-chokod engino.  Fnrmor Hiram's hnnd went to his  none. Whon tho car hnd dhuipiionr-  cd far down tho lano and tho mnoll  had died nway ho ventured to address  tho hlroit mnn.  Ram, ho siilil, thoy may be sw^ll city  follom an' all that; but thoy certainly  was snioltlni*: boiiio vllo flceimrn.  Post  Thin, crisp bits of white Indian  Corn, cooked to perfection  and toasted to a delicate  brown without the touch of  human hand.  You get them in the sealed  package  Ready to Eat  A dish of Post Toasties for  breakfast and lunch, with thick  cream or rich fruit juice, is a  dish that epicures might chortle  over.  Nourishing, economical,  tlelicioiiN, "more-inn."  mm.  Mado  by   Pure  Food   Fnclorloa  of  weapon same i_iO her jfuosesslon. several days earlier, Turdo having seized  it from his maniac- brother's grasp,  and asked her to hide it. Then, on  the fatal night when he announced  to her his Intention of Quitting her, she  was about to restora the weapon to  him as it was the only object she had  tbat belonged to hlai.  Turdo, ao'wever, approaching her  behind unawares, touched her arms,  and the weapon went off accidentally.  She explained the position of the  wounds, stating that Bhe was left-  handed, but Turd before, expiring in  hospital, made no secret of the fact  that there had been a painful scone  due to jealousy, which she cut short  by firing directly at hiin. Otherwise  he spoke kin-._y cf her, begging that  she should not bo prosecuted.  Vlllespreux's latest version is thr.t  she contemplated committing suicide  in despair at the parting, because only  a week previously see bad broken off a  theatrical touring contract at Turdo'a  appeal, whiie a wer.ithy rerugian ihag-  hate, who for years past had been in  the hubit of givln_ her a iiandsome  monthly allowance, had just stopped  it entirely ou learning of h-ar double  dealing.  The accused woman Is now 29, and  Is being defended by two of the smartest lawyers in Itr.ly.  BAl^sl^  * Baby's Own Tablets are the best  medicine t. mother can give her little  one. They act as a gentle laxative,  sweeten the stomach, break up colds  and make teething easy. Concerning  them Mrs. Alphoiue Landry, Upper  Caraquet, N.B., says: "Baby's ^wn  Tablets wore of great I -neflt to my little boy and I would advise all mothers  with Blckly children to give them a  trial." Tho Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or by mall at 25 cents  a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  -m -���������������������������������������������-    wiiiwma-a  A Valuable Antique  An old lady was searching ln tho  dim brlc-a-brac shop for something  odd to tako home with hor. Finally  sho noticed a quaint figure, the head  and shoulders of which appeared  abovo tbo counter at the farthest end  of the room. She turned to the clork  and said: What's that queer old Jap-  anoso Idol ovor thero worth?  The clerk answered ln a eubduod  tone: About $250,000, ma'am. That's  tho proprietor.  *jf Farm Lubricants  5__?/l  n^ ii  ii  il  I  A heavy, short-cat oil for farm machinery  Cling- to the bearings and insures the least  possible friction and wear. Moisture and  changes of temperature do not affect it,  ine choice of the most successful fa_sae_a.  i  Used smd recommended by the iead������  ing engine builders all over the country.  Keeps its body at high temperatures,  kqually good for external bearings.  El Dorado Castor Machine OU  Capitol Cylinder Oil  Thresher Hard Oil  Silver Star Engine Kerosenm  Imperial Motor Gasoline  Mica Axle Grease  Stock carried at 300 tank and warehouse  stations in Western Canada. For addresses*  price lists, etc., write any agency.  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, limited  Main Offlemi  WINNIPEG  Roglna- Moose Jaw, Saskatoon,  Edmonton, Calgary, Lethbridge,  Vancouver.  Mothor Graves' Worm Exterminator  I will drivo worms from tho system  [without Injury to the child, because  it���������   action,    V.'bU*>   fully   nffMHvn.    In  mild.  8'matter Pop?  Papa, said young Willie, v;il you  give me a dime to buy a toy monkey?  No, Wllllo, said his fathom. You're  monkey enough to have in one house.  All right then, pap, give me a nickel to buy tbo monlcoy somo peanuts.  And the monkey got It:  London.���������It was stated at the opening ot a tuberculosis oxhlblUon nt  Polar recently that Doctor Alexander,  tho medical ofilcer of hoalth for Poplar, had suggests thr.t tho disused  Thames steamboat, should be usoC  as schobls for consumptlvo children.  Did Sho?  Do you know, Ethel, said Grace, I  overheard George say to Fred that although he loves me nnd wants to  propose, whenever he is near me he  ls too nervous to speak?  Ethel���������I Biipposo you will be calling  him up on tho telephone soon.  Still on the Lookout  Beforo ehe was  married  she was  constantly on the lookout for a husband.  Woll?  And since sho got ono she ls still  constantly on tho lookout for him.  An Irlslurnn who was too old for  active wo.k was offorod tho position  of crossing tendor at a small railroad  station. Ho looked dubious as tho  duties ot tho ofllco woro oxplalnod to  him and tho meaning ot tho various  flags was clearly stated.  In enn** of rtanRor with a train coming, ot courao you wavo tlio rod ling,  said his friend, proceeding with his  explanation.  A hard old hand grlppod hla arm.  Man, doar, it'll novor do, said ratrlck,  -baking his head solemnly. I could  novor true myself to romombcr to  wave a rod flag whin Uioro was a  green wan bandy.  ., ,.   , , ,  mm .n. mm  "���������".ww-itlnn   fiynt-im  Swell���������Yoo, sir, I mako all my mon-  **y by tho Bwcatlng fyplom���������by malting Lli_ other Mli/V/*; dc> Uio awcatiiiy  whllo I rako In tho coin.  Friend���������I nhould be niilinniod t ��������� nc-  Anaemic Condition  or Bloodllessness  W.   N.   _.  047  it  >������ju iitivt- rmihon ior au act youi I  won't need an uxcuaa. ���������'-*-  v.au-iii.Mi j. U...UIU vsuii.'a'  -iiiuii.iuy,  T J-i      \ri-,,i^-   r\mx  i.  A peculiar pallor or ovon ghastllnoss  of tho Bkln Is tho marked symptom ot  iiNiiO'-ia. The t-yc-lhh), 'itiiiiH and  Hpa nppoar to bo nlmoBt bloodless.  Tho cause ot this condition Is tho ab-  sonco of rod corpusclos from tho  blood.  Tho anaemic patient Is usually thin  and weak, but may bo fleshy and inclined to dropsy. Stomach troublois  and weakness of tho bodily crgnns aro  accompaniments  Rod corpusclos .uist bo added to  thu   iiiouii,   lUlU   luut   ci11    iidhl   b_   nc-  compllshcd by    using    Dr.     Chase's  Norvo Food.  'liiiii  Krcut  food  euro  is  so  gcntlo  and natural ln action that lt is admirably suite? for the uso of women  and .'"hi (ju���������ciJ-8 from uuuuiulti or  othor diseases which arlso from an  Impoverished condl.lon of the blood.  It Is readily asslr���������Jlntod, enters the  blood streams and carrier* health and  strongth to o\ ry organ ot the body.  Tbo vigor ot tho dlgostlvo system Is  quickly restored, and tbo food taken  Into the body Is proiorly digested and  nourishment supplied to tho whole  system.  io tjoi. vvuii uuu het'i������ wuh you iuii-k  supply tho Wdy it: an abundance  of pare, rich l>:ood. Nothing can he!**  you so well as  ���������afllS^  to-*-*' m  i  Swoll���������Whv. tb. -i'b no hftrm In bo-l  Ing tho proprlotor of a Turkish bath,) DO centii a box, C for  la thon;?  i B*Wia-w-'*i������r     >w  jf*%**-������^j������?V  Wm* iw^m 1^M*m  ������.r.0, at all doali'i-H, or Fdni.iuson, Bates & Co., lAvca  Und. 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The Creston ^evieYfi
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P ublished every   Friday at Creston, British Columbia, by the Creston Friut-
ng and Pub it-hing Company, Ltd.
The Review ia the acknowledged advertising medium of the Creston valley,  cir
cnlating in nearly one thousand homes  throughout  the Creston  district  and
reaching out in a broad manner into other communities.    Our advertising rates
are based on the scale of the Kootenay ai d Boundary Printers' Board of Trari��*.
Land purchase and laud lease notices, $7 for statutory  time.     Display  adver*       _
tisements. $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cuts per Hue first lf-t-vu*      ^
and 5 cents per line in -ucceeding weeks.    Sn>*sfvipti'"ii   rates  $*2 00  a  yonr in       ,^
advance.    Onr columns are open to coutrihmio-t s donling in matters of local interest and the welfare of tht   cpuiuiuniiy.     Cjiitributiuns   must  be  brief and
I      fOCMTVn
Mrs. B. Lamberton
Editor and Manageivs
A measure of woman suffrage which would have eu-
franchished 6, 000,006 womanvoters, was defeated in the British House of Coruiiious recently by a vote of 266 tr 219. 'I he
increase in the adverse vote since the last division is attributed
to the work of militants.
YOU   will  make   no   mistake
when you get off the train
if you sign the register at
the   Creston   Hotel.       Travelling
rr . f   _ .1        men   -will   substantiate   this.    We
hotel of tbe       ,   ,       . r   _    _ w
,- _      I   study   the   comfort of our guests.    ^
krutt    &elt ��   *rhe  rooms  are  well furnished in
a manner up-to-date.
The Leading
5 Our   Guests _ *
|   _ ,              .8 Headquarters   for  Mining Men,
|                          I ^uiubermeu,    Ranchers,    Tourists
!_   I aud Commercials.
The greatest interes is being taken bv paper manufacturers ���   ���%/
. ��� - i ��    /    _s     M*******
ruts w'nch    Sa    A    *-**    lYlUfmmUl
���X       0    Xm0 ��mr&
throughout the province of Quebec iu the experime
have been conducted by the United   St ties    Forest   Products! & .
L_ .       ur. ���       ���       a 1        ������ .- / .    ! ti&S&\&f'i&'^'&r^
abcratory   m Wisconsin m the production   ot   paper   froni! vy^\o.^w^^w.^v<yvauvv^^Wwv(vwvjyuv
jackpine. Ihere are huge acres of "jackpine throughout H,ut-: ..__..���_..--.���.._.. .. . .^ ......... .   .    _.  . ....       : ^ ��� .^ ^	
em Canada   and ,o.v -at spruce is incre-hig lapicU, in val-j .jijjg     Q^^jpj^     gAN^
ue, it would add immeucsely to  the   present  resources tu : e jr**."_-\     r^^^T-  _���!_ /r-R-^TT^ J~\"W^
able to utilize jackpine. In   many regions, while   the   spruce | UiL4      ^l^IvAlvi.lJy|rC^L/X!rf
REST, $12,500,000
viw> nnil unf.cr	
Over      i> v.v.il not vxcecclinji SIO..
10        **" " 30..
3 cents
e    ���*��
t p.
;��� moans  rf cv.r  SPtCCIAL   FOREIGN   DRA!
without doUiy at reasonable rates.
Percy   B. Fowler, Manager Creston Branch
should be made by moans rf cv.r SPL.CIA.L   FOREIGN   DRAFTS and   MONEY
ORDERS.    Issued without ���lay _t reasonable rates.
Bl 8    ^#bm B    ��*_���_���_ '%*'  �� *^��e*' &*_? "^-r" B      GB'^Br'
-��?jr-__*    \/ -r��tfr_1>��*5��_i     _B_a\7
Creston. B, O, May 24
in  AM    R^o^knll
x\j   i _.���   lvii    uaovuan
Creston Juniors Versus Bonners   Ferry   Juniors
11 A. M. Childrens Races
has all been cut, the iackpiue has beeu left   standing, so that | CAPITAL, $15,000,000
there is a big supply available even iu the older   c.istri t .       | ^ K ^ T T ~ ~r     ^ ttt* ir _ th** *ir_ r-i
Recent experiments   demonstrated   tne   complete pract.ca- .     , .    . r .
1   Issued by The Canadian Bank ot Commerce, are u safe, convenient and
bility of Utilizing wood waste from  lumbering and SLUV-mUI or!  inexpensive method of remitting* small sums ot money.     These Orders,
)  payable ��vithout charge at any bank in  Canada (except in the Yukon
Other WOod���working industries in    the    manufacture of paper;  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at
duId. Where the wood is   resinous   in cliaracter,   it his beeu
X. M.
demonstrated that, iu the case   of c_riaiu  pines and iirs, byproducts of great value may, in addition to paper pulp, be se
cured from this source, in the form  of turpentine. ro>in oils,
l>ine oils, creosote, charcoal, wood alcohol, etc.
A cord of waste wood costing from 2.00 to 4.00 delivered
at the works, may yield products w^rth nearly fifty dollars.
The .waste material so utilized cotnes from the wool left in
the forest   from lumbering, dead   and  fallen  timber, stumps
fif fn t���fiVPT 1p itiir\c    pr-irl   cloKj on,]   j=��rl cr\ n crc  frnin    !-!'p it-iiIIq    T-'inp
Xr^ *        *����� *-���  ^ V^    Y    X^ * * ^* *-m *m* KJ f,       *fc* * * V��        *��*  * *-**  *m*    S       k* S~*. *^m        -mm ��-��� ��^  ��  mm  J^ "_��        ���.  m,    ���   m.mmm mm ��-���   ������r      m. m~m  rn.rn.rn Xmr  ��� ���      m mmm   ���
and. fir stumps have   been  profitably utilized iu   this connec
tion, especially where the removal of stumps   is desirable iu
order that the land may be devoted to farming purpose*-.
Under the umal methods   of  utilization,   not less than 60
per cent of the volume of the tree as it stands in the woods is
wasted in converting  it   into lumber. This waste   material is
now becoming recognized as a potential source of great reven-
ne, through  the establishment of  properly located plants for
the manufacture of some or all of tlie above by-products. This
tendency will become increasingly strong with the inevitable
decrease in the extent of virgiu forests.
Our town has long enjoyed the distiuctiou of beiug one of
the best market towns of its size iu the state. You always get
������he top price for your produce from our enterprising business
Don't be a knocker. H?de your little hammer. What is to
hinder you from speakiug well of your own town on all occasions? It is ju t as easy to tell your visitors that our town is
composed of as good people as inhabit the earth. You will
break none of the ten commandments in sa}'iug this.
Other towns may be jealous of our little city and its trade,
but there is no jealousy on t'ie part of our people- Our merchants and our business men are liberal in their denlings nnd
holdout inducements in both quality and price to draw tiade.
They advertise this fuel-, and when people come they find
things as advertised, and this, with the disposition to please
are sure trade v.iuiicrs, This is why people are coming from
other towns to trade. Yon can't keep them away.
Says the Montreal Herald: "Dirty lanes, unclean ed yards,
exposed heaps of refuse, piles ot mud warmed by the strength^
cning heat of the sun-all   these arc ideal places in which tlie
(���\*i fi0\ri f-*-ot*ir-  tlio     i">'n.'oti      ii*  4-hr.  li'"*     boon     'i i-oin"* o*mo*l   lo rlo
The swats ofthe swatters will fall with more effect on a fly
which has been weakend by preliminary starving, h'lies aie
not j��oou ui�� hunger tankers. Swumug is good, bui.siuiviug is |
%# ini Bviviug^ ��
Within a few days we will put
into stock, the best line of writing
paper and stationery that has ever
been shown in Creston. Beautiful
Bond and Linen papers that will
please the most particular,
See our vidndow display.
Creston Drug&Book Co.
J_        JLJl'CrjLl'W       %mJ   1
Transfer, Liverv and Feed Stables i
4 jr 	
(Best equipped Livery in Town)
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1 (Best equipped Livery in Town) g
% Ail cUss of TURNOUTS supDlied at short notice.    The latest styles of jg
5r? ' HR
��*��� CUTTERS and BUGGIES for sala and hire.    Saddle and pack horses a %
W Speciality. g
����� Feed for sale        Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Oo.      Horses for sale S
���a I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet aii trains ^
tW nt any hour ��.f the day or night.    Commerci*d men and landseekers,  -will ^
%, receive prompt attention ^
1 J         9l       KmJm      IYIOVI     UQ   LS     I.      I           I    \J\mM %
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jH-aEm-ai      r^rfsSSrcrc
rs::��.Sav>�� a   \J��  a.aaia_��/a u
���Sow Burns'FertiJizers
And Reap Dollars.
Call or send for our
New Pamphlet which is
full of useful information,
for Fruit Growers etc.
ioo Yard Dash
220 Yard dash
Single Ladies    5.00
u    Married Ladies      5.00
3 Standing high jump
4 Running high jump
1 Standing jump
2 Running Broad jump
5 Hop, Step and Jump
6 Pole Vault
3:30  P. M. Baseball
Creston Seniors vs Bonn ers I'Vj 1 y Seniors
l-MMl-l-IHfll'llilllli'll" lffllBl_iM--MB-_IB___flB__^
5 P. M. Horse   Races
P. BURNS & Go.
CRESTON       -     B.C.
Head Office
% Mile Dash [Local]
���_ Mile Dash
*4 Mile Dash, Boys Pony
% Mile Dash, Girls Pony
i-a__i.iiwrMiiii[iiTnTiifin iTiniriM-ii iw
7 P, M.e Indian Shorts
Ooal mining rights of the Dominion,
ia Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al her ta
the Yukon Territory, the North west
Territories and iu a portion of the Province of British Colnmbia, may be leased
for a term of twenty-one years at Jj
an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not
more than 2,500 acres "A* ill be leased to
i*        x !
one applicant. i
Applioatio'i for a lease must he made
hy the applicant iu person to tho Agent
or Sub-Agent of the district in which
the rights applied for are situated.
In surveyed tarritory the land must
lie described'by sections, or legal Riib-
d-visions of sections, and iu unsurveyed
territory the tinefc applied for shall be
stuked out by the applicant himself.
En eh npplicittion must ho accompanied
hy a foe of $5 whioh will be refunded if
tlio rights applied for aro not available
but, not, otherwise.    A royalty  shall ho
paid on the moicliuiitublo output of the
mine at, tlit* rate of llvo emits por ton.
Tho person oporating* tho  miuo shall
rurninh iho Agent, with haoui returns
accounting for the full quantity of nuir-
(���hunta'.h* coal mined and pav  the royally there mi.    IL' the uoul mining vightH
are  not,  hoing oporatod,  u oh   returns
should liu iuriiiHlied nt lunhl, once a 'ear
'riie Umihi* will Include the coal  mining rights only, but tho Iohhoo   may  be
permitted to   pnvohaHO whatever avail-
aii'fl H-ir-ieo viglilH  may   he eo,.Hid,*iod      ,,|l|(,t, $1()()() p(>1, Ulol|ham1i  Ejc|m,HH
mccsHary for the working of  the mine  duirgeH prenjiid.
at, tin* rate of $10 an acre. I     ri  .   . ._,   ��� ��� .    ,
I     ('/ilnliMniti wllli  lull   f>ii1lnr>M'1 ilii'o''-
l<'or lull uiloniuuion application should '
...,.,       k ��� ..     ,.        .     tlon.** inniled on i'i.>nii(>Ht,.
lio niiulo to lhe Sdorctary of tho Depart- ���
mi-iifc of the Iiitnrior, Ottawa, or to any
iVgont or Hub- A gout of Dominion LiiiuIh
Deputy Minit-rtcr of tho Interior
N.   H.��� Ulimithorl'/ed publication of
M>l:i odvcili I'lncnt   v.il! not t>e jMii'l fur.   -^
*���        S
S(|'.ia\v race, too yards
Buck Race, ioo yards
Buekini"*- Contest
TTrM-f^  ���.*i/,'4>   i ti   n>i1.>  i-1-i.,1.
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. oo
Hardy Noilhciii (/n��,\vn stock of lho
following varieties;
Senator Dun lap; Parsons
Beauty; Glen Mary; War-
fieki; Ciydc; Ciarks Seedling and Helen Davis.
Monrad   Wicjen
WYNNDEL    ���-     B. C.
Electric Restorer for JVSere
r. de VaiVs Female Pills ^>^
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|.lllll  .41 u  c4wt.i.t..4ili|(l��    |>..tlk.l.i.   ill   I ' I.U...MI,,,   illU  ,   IM4RO   Villi It III1W  lllllll.      I'rlL'fl  (II B IwiV    n.l..n   tnm
iroiiorntlvc* port Inn of llinlomnln hvhIiiiii.    1<-i(iiii-i ' M   Wl,H tnn"ir "i.Ar.l.    <*",5 BSMWVw.'il?
iill uioa,i iiiiiiuiioi.il.   J.-��.��i��v��.i'i�� uro mild nt    tjo.,Mt.UMIlft-rJueB,Out. """'"
0 it, it bux, in tlii.io lor (10.   Mullud lo uuy mUitim. '
bhm ioolioll x*toa Co., Mt. C��tun.rUi**-*. Out*
!l*feMl'!!J?.l.l.ll*i'}t*S^lllJ.l*!MJi^ BBBttS  mm  fti>C--  ?r??|?illllllii  ���������_4'.: ��������� >'.~:l %��������� ^i3*:r?������;S53_  <..���������*-/������������������������������������.  THE    OllESTb.N    HiEViEW,    C&ESTQS,  w������  A  ii.-F fftf  OF TBE  witn me' about:iSdltli all my life."  "Yet tbe girl you picture Is Tar ber  superior to an unprejudiced person,  when thinking what a man would require in a wife to be happy."  "1 never have thought what 1 would  'require' to be happy. 1 only thought-  whether I could make Edith happy. 1  have been an idiot. What i've borne  you'll never know. Tonight Is only  one of many outbursts like that, In  varying and lesser degrees.-"  "Phil. ! love you, when you say you  have thought only of Edith. 1 happen  to know that it ts true, ln some ways  tonight would be a blessed release if  you could take It: but you cannot. Go  to bed now aud get some rest. Tomor-?  row go back to her und fix it up."  "You heard whnt I* said when 1 left  her.    1  said it because something in  my heart died a  minute before that.  and l realized that it was my love for  Edith Carr.   Sir. it ls truth..that 1 have  thought only of her up to the present.  ; Now I will admit 1 am thinking about  Her mother 10 ' myself.   Father, did you see herV   Life  unsympathsttc. and Elnora tells her trou- j *s too short, and it can  be too sweet  By  dENE STRATTON-FORTER  Copyright, 1803, by DoubleSay, Pnsra  & Co.  SYNOPSIS  Although a good scholar, Slnora Com-  otook, entering high school, ls abashed by  her country dress. She needs $20 for  books and  tuition  t&es.  bias to Wesley Sinton, an old neighbor.  When Elnora was born her father was  drowned In a swamp, embltterlne hor  mother's life. Elnora detormlnes to raiaa  money by gathering* forest Bpeclm-ens.  Tha Sintons buy clothes for her.  Elnora. -fitting hor books cheaply, flnda  a market with the Bird Woman for butterflies, Indian relics, etc.  Mrs. Comstock's devotion to her husband's memory will not permit her to  soli trees or havo oil wells dug on hep  land. The Sintons bring Elnora now  clothing.  Elnora is delighted with her outfit Hen  mother says she must pay for it. Wesley and Margaret Sinton dlscusB tho girl's  affairs,  Pmtm Corsen, a Limberlost frequenter*  warns Binora not to visit the Llmberlosti  at night or go far into the swamp at ana  time.  Billy, a bright but untrained little chap,  with a shiftless father and hungry brother   and   sister,   gets   Elnora's   luncheon.  " Wesley, troubled by Corson's warning, vk-  vestigates.  -ioo think tbat now. but in a few  days you will S_d that you fee! very  differently. Living a life of he'arta'-be  is no joke and no job for a woman.  Put on your ring and send roe to tell  inm to come. I know Phil, and i know  you went too far. Put on tbat rinp  and send him word you are sorry be*  fore it is too iate."  "I will notl   He shall come to me."  "Then God help youi" said Ke_uei*-  son, "for you are plunginp- vinto misery whose depth you do not dream."  She swayed where she stood. Her  maid opened the door and caught her.  Henderson went down the ball and out  to his ear.  CHAPTER   XXI11.  "Wherein Edith Carr Experiences Re-  r grots and Philip Returns to tho Limberlost.  ifSS^HILIP AMMON walked from  I \* ������ arnon������ ki- friends a humillat-  I W_ ������ ed and a wounded man. Dawn  \.r ' was near when he reached  ���������home, but tlie first floor was lighted.  He staggered up ths steps and was instantly admitted. The library door  ���������stood open, while bis father sat with  a hook pretending to read. At Philip's  entrance the father scarcely glanced  wp.  "Come on!" he called. "1 have just  told Banks to bring nie. a cup of coffee  before 1 turn in    Havo one with me!'  "Father,3' said Philip, "may I ta������  with you a little whileV"  "Of course," answered Mr. Ammon.  "I am not at all tired.   1 think 1 must  have  been   waiting in  the  hope that  you would come.   I want uo one's version of this but yours.    Tell  me the  ���������straight of the thing. Phil."  \   Philip  told  all   he  knew,  while  his  1 father sat tn deep thought. "The l'rleuO  for  whom you  wauled the moth Is a  girl?"  lie asked.  "The girl ot whom I wrote you last  -uuuner aud told you ahout in the la 11.  1 helped her nil the time I was away."  "Did Edith know of her?"  "1 tried many tlines to tell her, to  interest her, hut she wuts so iudiiVer-  eut that it was Inuuitlng. She would  not hear inc."  "Who la this girl, just what ls sho  doing and what ts nhe IlkeV"  Philip gave a man's version of the  previous summer.  "You tiro very sure ns to her t'eOue-  ment and education?" ho asked.  "In almost two months' dully association could a tiii-i 11 he inlstaUeuV Sho  can far and away heat Polly, Kdlth or  nny girl ot our sot on any common,  high school or supplementary hranch.  Sho has the biggest, lendeiest, most  liunuin heart 1 ever know In a girl."  Tho hook leaves slid rapidly through  hlii lingers as tlio father drawled,  "What sort of looking gh'l Is she?"  "Till*; ua -tilth, it little heavier, pink.  tfV-r. i-or.iplosl-i:*., v.Jch* open blue gray  cyen with heavy hlnck brows and lashes so long they touch her cheeks.  Hho  has a ropo of waving. Hhlnlng hair that  .aake.s a real crinvn on hor head, nnd  it appears almost red In tho light.   Hho  ,n as handsome as any fair woman 1  ���������ver saw. hut sho doesn't know it."  "And you  were In dally association  wo mnn tun with u girl llko thutl How  ���������limit ll, IMiliy  "If you moan did I trifle with her,  ������o!" ci'leil l*hlll|> hotly    "1 told her tho  em ml lime I met her all about Edith,  never met any girl ho downright noli'  In  hearing  and  actions.    I   never  hated anything "������ 1 hated leaving her.  for   wo   were  dear  friends,   llko  two  ���������vlwilly eoniM'iilal men."  "Vet you lell Midi a girl and camo  back whole hearteil to Edith Carr!"  "purelyJ   ion know how ll haa boon  I to throw away in a battle with an un-  ' restrained woman? 1 am no tighter���������  where a girl is concerned, anyway.  Could you spare me a few days? 1  wonder il 1 could not hide at Uncle  Ed's in Wisconsin for awhile!"  "Phil, are you sure of what you just  j have snld?"  j "Death cannot return to life, father  My love for Editli Carr is dead. 1 hope  never to see her again. Lot us not  speak of it further."  "Then, Phil." the father leaned closer  and looked at the son tenderly, "Phil,  why don't you go to the Limberlost?"  "Father!'"  "Why not? No one can comfort a  hurt heart like a tender woman; and.  Phil, have you ever stopped to think  that you may have a duty in the Lim  berlost if you are free? She might  care to see you.    Vou can soon tell."  A long time Philip Ammon satin deep  thought.   At last he raised his head.  "Well, why not?" he said, "Years  could make me no surer than i am  now. and life is short. Please ask  Banks to get me some coffee and toast,  and 1 wil! bathe nnd dress so i car.  take the early train."  "Go to your bath. 1 will attend to  your packing and everything." And  Phil, if 1 were you 1 would leave uo  addresses."  "Not an address!" said Ammon  "Not even for Folly."  When the traiu pulled out the eldeT  Ammon went home to find Hart Hen  derson waiting.  "Where is Phil?" he demanded.  "He did not- feei like facing his  friends at present, and 1 am just back  from driving hiro to tbe station. He  said he might go to Siam or Patagonia  He would leave no address."  Henderson almost staggered. "He's  not gone���������and left no address? You  don't mean iti He'll never forgive  her."  "Never'is a long time, Hart," said  Mr. Ammon. "And it seems even longer to those of us who are we!! acquainted with Phil. Last night was  not the last straw. It was the whole  Btraw stack. It crushed Phil so far as  she is concerned."  Twice Henderon opened bis lips to  speak of Edith Carr's despair. Twice  he looked into the stern, inflexible face  of Mr. Ammon and could not betray  her.   He held out the ring..  "1 bave no Instructions as to that,"  said the elder Ammon. drawing back.  "Possibly Miss Oarr would have it as  a keepsake."  "1 am sure not." Bald Henderson  curtly.  ���������'Then suppose you return It to Haa-  ever since I wore short skirts. All oul  lives we have expected to marry. An  agreement of years cannot be brokep  in one insane moment. Always he haa  loved nie devotedly. Give mo ten minutes with him aud he will be mine for  ull time."  "I seriously doubt that," said Elnora.  "But I um perfectly willing that you  should make the test.   1 will call him."  "Stop!" commanded Edith Carr. "1  told you that it was you 1 came to  m  CHAPTER XXV.  "Wherein   Edith   Carr   Wages   a  tattle  s'S. el'I''-''   pfopie   luoiieu,   u  frVlj   lowed,   as   Edith   Car  II J.1   Cillne down the main  S^*"  -****"<$  :X_ie"i���������_!>..  "I want a minute with you," said Miss  Carr.  -__ ������;������ .o.y s,i;re or yourseit!" said  Elnora.  "I have reason to be sure," auswered  Edith Carr. "We have lived aud loved  too long. I have bad years with bim  to match against your days. He is  niiue! His work, his ambitious, his  friends, tils place in society are with  me. You may have a summer charm  for a sick man iu the country, if lie  tried placing you In society you' would  put him to shame in a week."  "1 hardly think I should follow your  example   so   far."   said   Elnora   dryly.  'i have a feeling for Philip that would  '. j. *-��������� V'.'tl*  ;i, .-  1  r. ���������*!-1 .������ ,.        1,;,..  U.ll 1I_         111 11,  purp  osely  I'.t'ier  1!  1   public   01  ���������   private.     As   for  .'-.-��������� juii.  it:  U     ;J  SI  cial  career  for  hi'  n   na  ��������� ii-vcr  m  "nl:)  !:i  (i ll  at  lie d  ('.sired  SlICll  1   *lu;i  'A  W  i   he  asked  nf   ui*  was  :;.:*    1  :-'  *i.*U'  1  in'   Iii.-*  wife  1   ncdi'iv  ��������� ���������..oil  ?!:,  '!   tu  :i  il'.ll!  lli.it lie  desire  (1 me  ,;  i;i-t  ;i  !l. :n  M  1' i ��������� ���������: ���������  1    (.nil).-'!*  ..���������..���������������,...  ll* t ES  . i." *;':*'���������!,  !.:  '     til  ���������'.I  in  ��������� iher    1'  is    ehi  'dreii  ,1      ,  j \  !: 1  '������  I'.!",'  -���������ii "-yu  lpatli.i  .���������ii:ii  -���������;.;!t'.  ill'  -'*���������  ���������;���������;;.  li  > ii!-.;.  ��������� y :*  pnnicd  Edith  r.-irr.  ; 1 ��������� *.v  '��������� ,*  ���������1   ;i  11  ���������������������������I  ;  ���������Ke  Am  ���������inn  ei  ii!u!*e  *!  ')'i  !;:;.  >"���������  I"''"  reel!)    1  !i*H   ll  yuur  . ; v  .: ���������  ��������� 1   ������������������'  1  1! '.'.:,  ������������������Yf!l>    III  "!\i'!!.  if    l;!-*  ,-. ���������   ���������''  .    ;  '     .1  ���������:  , i  ii: -  "-. i-  !|:i:llf  !'���������    >V i-i  Mill., Ml  IH-Cli!!!  .     tiiS  .!   !iliJ.  j ;, ,  ;'  ���������.*���������  ��������� -.������������������:,  ,...      y\ 11-  :;J. im-  itllliij  ..:���������;:;  "I,"  .'ii-    i  ';! '.'^  fl ������������������..-���������   Inf  :i ".  * ! !'i:  ��������� I  !..!���������  J   !  s:t  ill   K'!!, 1  r:K.    ��������� 1  sii;:!l  ,i in-  !   .  1. a.  i    1  ili-'-v.  - there'wtii i>v  lliiiil-  .:::    i:  1  .'.  !"��������� '  1   !:  ive iter  <icd 11  1   mv  u;;i.;���������  1 ii.U  Ulii.V  ret un  1      to  .\ nur  see."  "I remember," snld Elnorn.  "Mr. Amnion Is my betrothed," continued Edith Carr. "1 expect to tako  hlni hack to Chicago with me."  "Then it Is untrue that you twlco  rejected hlu ring, repeatedly Insulted  hhn and publicly renounced him?"    *  "That was through you!" cried Edith  Carr.     "1   realize   tho   spell   of   thin  place for a summer ncumou, 1 can seo  Just how yon have worked to ensnaro  hi ml"  "Men would call that lying," snld 101.  nora calmly. "The second tlmo I met  Philip Amnion lie toin me of .IiIh en-  giigetncut so yon, and 1 ST.-pcctcd '.t  When he loft ine I did not hope or ox-  pect. to see him again." Elnora's volco  fell soft and low. "And, bi'hold, you  sent hlni- nnd free!"  "Vou exult In that.!" cried Kdlth Carr.  "Let me tell you he is not, free! if ho  ma fried you before a month you would  read heart hunger for me lu his eyes,  lie could not. love me us lie has dono  nml give uu* up lor a little sccuo llko  that!"  "Vou killed his love everlastingly  when you disgraced til in in public,*'  Niild Elnora "Killed it. so completely  he does not. even I eel resontineitt to*  ward you."  Edith Carr si ood truly regal and  filled wllh scorn. "Von aro imstakeiil  Nothing on earth could kill that!" Him  cried, mid Elnora niivv Unit the girl  really believed what 'iho wild.  irif-s*.!-*.  V\ !i   t    do   ymi    mean?"   demanded  i-:d!!h (*:ii'r.  '���������Thar is my 'iffair." replied 'Elnnra.  "Only this: When yonr uppurtuni-y  '���������mil'*:'. >*ei-*e ir: Any time you are m  Philip Amnion's pi-e^nce, exert the  ������������������harms nf winch you imast and take  hhn Take him to On abash a and to  Chicago with yon Cse every art you  popsess. If the old charm can be revived I will he the first to wish both  of ymi well. Now. I must return to  my guests.    Kindly excuse me."  Elnora turned and went back to the  arbor. Edith Carr followed the fence j  and passed through the gate into the '  west woods where she asked Hender- !  son if the car wns ready. As she !  stood near him she whispered. "Take \  Phil back to Onabasha with us."  "I say, Amnion, can't you go to tho  city with us and help me find n shop  where I can get this pinion 'fixed?"  asked Henderson. "We want to lunch  and start bnck by 5, That will get ua  home by midnight."  Philip went into the nrhor.  ������������������Elnorn," be said. "Henderson Is in  trouble with his automobile, tie wants  ine to go to Onnbaslm with blm to  allow him where the doctor lives aud  help hhn get tlxed so ho can start back  this evening. It will take about two  hours,   May 1 go?"  "Of course you must*go," she snld.  laughing lightly. "You can't leave  your sister, Why don't you go buclr.  to Chicago with them? There ts plenty  ot room, and you could have a line  visit"  "I'll bv back In just two hours." said  Ami/ion "While I am gun-? you be  thinking over what we were tnlUing of  when the folks en me."  Elnorn offered her hand to nil ol'  them, nnd when slio ."nine to Ammon  she gave hhn one lon������ steady .look in  the eyes, tlicn shook hands with iilm  also  When Philip rem rued io iiie i-iinlu-i-  lost Elnorn was gone, There wns n  note for hlni, saying that even her  mother did not know where nIiu had  Kouglil refuge. On or he lore the l*t of  Boptcmber, she wrote, she would let  hhn know whet'-' slu) was \\\n\ her do-  flslon. Philip, deeply disappointed, returned to ("hleni'o .There Edith Carr.  in 11 meeting at which Philip's rather  wan present, begged his forgiveness,  told him she hnd always loved Iilm and  nsked for his love iigiiln. Hut he told  her any love ho had ever had for her  wan dead, lie was going hack to tho  Limberlost, he .mid.  Elnorn, feeling the need of rest, wont  to the miiiiiukM' limtie of Ilm Angel nnd  "iVroet.-ioM, on Mnekliirte island, nnd received 1*. warm welcome froni Mr. and  Mr:). O'More nnd their four young <-'hll*  dro������.  and Hart Henderson Stands Guard.  f<3k iri AN Y  people looked, a few fol-  Carr slowly  street of  Mackinac, pausing here and  there lo note the glow, of color in one  small booth after another, overflowing m  with curios. Despite the effort she  made to move lightly she was very  tired and dragged ber heavy feet with  an effort.  She turned at the little street leading down to the dock and went out to  meet the big lake steamer ploughing  up the straits from Chicago. Past the  landing place, on to the very end of the  pier she went, then sat down, leaned  against a dock support and closed her  tired eyes. When the steamer came  vary near she languidly watched the  people lining the railing. Instantly  she marked one lean, anxious face  turned toward hers and with a throb  of pity she lifted a hand and waved to  Hart Henderson. He was the flrst  man off the boat.  "Did you have a successful trip?"  -he asked.  "I accomplished my purpose.    Edith,  I  saw  some one  today   in  the   Lake  Shore private hospital,"  "An accident?"  "No. Nervous and physical breakdown."  "Phi! said he was going buck to  tho Limberlost." I  "Ho   went.     He   was   there   three  weeks, but the strain broke him.    He  has an old letter in his hands that he  has handled until it is ragged.  He held  it up to me and said, 'You can see for \  yourself that she says sbe will be well  ond happy, but we can't know until we  Bee her again, and that may never be.  She may have gone too near that place  her father went down, some of that  Limberlost gang may have found her  In the forest    She  may  lie dead  in  some city morgue this instant waiting  for nie to find her body.' "  "nart, for pity's sake stop!"  "1 can't," cried Henderson desperately.   "I am forced to tell you.   They are  fighting brain fever.    He did go back  to the swamp and he prowled it night  and day.   The days down there are hot  uow, and tbe nights wet with dew and  cold.   He paid uo attention and forgot  his food.    A fever started, and his uu  cle brought him bome.   They've never  had a word from l-.^t or found a trace  of  her.     Mrs.  Comstock  thought   sbe  had gone to O'More's at Grand Rapids,  so" when Phil got sick she telegraphed  there. They had been gone nil summer,  bo ber mother is as anxious as Phil."  "The O'Mores are here." said Edith.  "'I haven't seen any of them, because  3 haven't gone "out^much in the few  days since we came, but this is their  summer home."  "Edith, they say at tbe hospital that  it will lake careful nursing to save  Phil. He says he will stay there just  two days longer. The doctors say be  will kill himself when he goes. He is  a sick man. Ediili. His hands an  burning and shaky'and his breath was-  hot against'my face."  "Why are you felling me?"    It was ji  ���������:ry of ;i<utc a aguish.  "He thinks you know where she is"  "1 do not:   1 haven't an idea!"  "lie said  it  w:is something you snld  lo her that  made hor'go "  "That may lie. hut it doesu't prove  that I know where she went."  Henderson Kinked across the watei  nnd suffered keenly. At hist be turned  to Edith and hi Id a firm, strong hand  over hers.  "Edith." he said, "do you realize hov/  serious this is?"  "1 suppose l do"  "Do you want as Gne a follow as  Phil driven nny further? If he leaves  that hospital now nnd goes out to the  ospo.sure and anxiety of a search for  her there will be u trngedy that no after regrets can avert. Edith, what did  you say to Miss Comstock that made  her run away from Phil?"  "I told her Phil was mlnel That it  lie were away trotn her nn hour nnd  buck In my prescuce he would be to  sue as he always nad been."  "Edith, do you believe thnt now?"  The beautiful head barely moved in  ���������Jipirntlon.   Henderson gathered both iner  Hands tn one of his and otretched nt*  arm across hor shoulders to the post  to support her. She drugged her hands  from him and twisted them together.  "No! I do not bollovo lt nowl 1  know It Is not truo! 1 killed his love  for me. It ls dead and gone forever.  Nothing will revive it���������nothing In all  I his world:"  She dropped back against his nrm  t'XhaiiHted. Henderson held her nnd  learned what sufi'i-rlng truly means.  lie fanned lid wiih iii.s hut, rubbed  her cold hands and murmured broken,  Incoherent things, lly and Ly groat  slotv tea I'M slipped from under her  closed lids, but when she opened them  tier eves were dull nnd hard.  THS   HOME  or   THE  TRANSIENT  m  .������.  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At the  end of the experiment 'heir statements were to be compared by M.  Armand Vire. the city surveyor, with  a specially constructed chart. The  organizers stated that it wa3 impossible for any of tho competitors to have  had any previous knowledge of the  subterranean passages, M. Vire being  the only person awtvrc of the exact po������  sitions.  Tha first man with the divining rod  was M. Pelapret, a sturdy peasant,  who carried a supple forked wand of  hazel. For jome tl.ne ho walked  steadily forward, the hazel wand  trembling slightly. Suddenly the  wand twitched and M. Pelapret, stopping, said: A cavity begins here .  After walking round on the grassy  slope "to measure the extent of the cavity, he gave the result of his observations to M. Vire,'paying that the  caveru was over seventeen yards deep  and that it was -suite dry.  The other competitors stepped forward in turn. They used wands of  whalebone, bamboo and copper. Three  other underground pits were, like the  first, marked, oat by them vith bits of  paper, with the approximate depth.  M. Trobst, tha last to use the trembling rod, went so far as to indicate  somewhat vaguely It is tme. four galleries which branched off from the  main shaft, the sltt of which he had  iroirked out on the turf.  M. Vire, thrs surveyor, then unrolled the official map and there was a  moment's breathless silence. Every  one of the competitors had succeeded  with more or less accuracy in marking  out caverns or pits which actually ex-  lnlAl     f.., f*.   iKa   4Jf\,,..   rval l^*������.|,a������i   csrw^lroT"   t\t  by the last competitor were also traced  on the mr.p. The depth given waa  correct.  ._        ��������� 4* 1        ..^f.f.0       ,-. I5       4 V,*  AH      tt.      11 ��������� 41.1       I'.uv.       ^.       ������.^.*  the magic :od. M. Probst consented to  be led "bliadfo'ded over the area, and  the result he obtained corresponded  almost exactly with the first Indications he bad given.  The Worlds  BeSt ** jplman*        i  JKAV_OU8Y LBADS TO ARRK**T  Needed In Every Family  From Infancy To 0!d Ag������  if Your Home Is Without 'NerviMna'  Read the Fcl'.owirs Cioioiy.  The high cost of IMxts to-day ������������������������  mand'a economy o_ a very aide*. SiejiV  ness Is "expensive. Far b**tti_ to  treat little ilU-befor* they grow s������iv  ious. For this reason every homo  should have handy on tha shelf a good  remedy like Nerviline, which cures tho  minor ailments that occur in every  family.  j**or example, when the boy cornea  In with *wet feet and a ligfet ec-tigfe,  Nerviline will cure him. If a eold  has settled on his chest, rub on Nerviline and the cold will go.  If something has heen eaten thai  causes cramps, nausea, or diarrhoea,  just twenty drops of Nerviline���������that's  all and cure Ib effected.  Aa a liniment for outward application ln case of Neuralgia, Lame Back,  Sciatica. Lumbago or Rheumatism, It's  really hard to Imagine how Nerviline  relieves and how soon it cures.  Nerviline is nothing now. No, It's  one of the oldest and best known remedies. Used la thousands of  home_ by the people ot many nations,  simply because It stops pain, cures  sickness, and rids the family of Ills  before they become troublesome. Get  the family size bottle, price 50o.;  trial size 25c, at all storekeepers and  druggists or The Gatarrhozone Co.,  Buffalo, N.Y.  Aftsr in Years of Asthma Dr. J. D.  Kellogg's Asihraa Remedy proved t". *  y relief for one gr "eful user, and  :   ia   V.i't    i-ii->������>   p.]*7V>       -3*vir>n-       nwnV,  Sfswsrt e?l%,s Clipping -Saghine S  Turns easier.;;!!;���������c-sster;���������-j closer anj stats sharp 3  Toni?^r t*as.n any ^'hor.   rjer.rs ������r?;![ I!'?* ^.irti -r.,1 g  cut from solid siccl bar, enc'oscJ.protecf-   price    8  ed andrin InoU,   Ha* pit f*.*>t cf now  e><4^^e ������  , Dtyloftcili.'.sKiiaftaaa ee'^bratefi Ste������-    ^^e * >* B  ; art sln������la tsns'oa cllpplns litac!.   Got       *"*���������**���������"���������**' S  I ono trom your dealer, every ins-iilno .������i���������.ractsed. _  |      CH'OA-G ������rS.EXU3_E g HAFT CO.      ������  I   PI''.  La   S3|(a  Avs CHICAGO. ll.J~ B  f TVrlt������ forfres i���������Trca&l���������;; *t most Tn'.*l*?rn  Ilrjd of S  bor��������� cllpplne aaut���������eep stearins cai'hlnea.     .       j"*  L.fr-e- "ivouder that It  the one recognized  market.      It has er.".rr-  never  failing  effecTi*,  c-riung it to-Jay, as  years.      It is    the    greatest  specific within the  humanity.  r   ���������..  _eeot������.e  on   the  t:us by its  it    is  as done for  asthma  Horrid Man  She had just settled down ln th������  most comfortable chair they possessed, to enjoy the latest novel. He  knew how comfortable that chair was,  because he had bought it himself, for  himself.  You are very ooxnfortablo wifey  dear?  Ths cushions, are eas'" and soft?  Yes, darling.  You don't feel any jolts?  No, sweetest.    And there is no draught oa uxj  lamb?  No, my ownest owrg.  The profM/'or was returning home  one night  from .. scientific meeting,  _4i"t1       mm.mm-m JI  0.mm*~.~      mmm.0x.mm      + "K fm      <> a *��������� ** * ������*.(<-* TTjft  UUU    VUWU*������*L 11X&     U������*Cr_       IUO    2>KXX*J^^0%sm A���������O  had reached his room in safety when  he heard a noise which seemed to  come1 from unusr m-e uG������  Is someone there? he asked.  No, professor, answered the intruder, who kn-w of the professor's peculiarities. __  That's -trange.      I    was    positive  someone was under my bed, comment-  c-a.ch of suffering j ed tlls iearn������&d man.  Thlnkln0 Boot/ Would be Given Her  Rival, Woman Betrays Accomplices  BerMa, ��������� T_re*������������ t-l������ve������ ^he  stole a Russian countess's jewelry valued at ������,?������- $80,000 have been eaus&t  ���������Trim Pferfer (Baby) Sa Berlin, and  her two accomplices, Kolberg and  Sraaae, the; monecica iiout-snant ui  Munich. Baby, whom arrseted, mmtm  a cleaa breast of tho entire transaction, and, accompanied by a detective  *m.m^m%mA    Am    **#.... 1 *\.      .m.%.m.mm    *JW ������    m m^m m m.  V4C4TC40U    4.V   4TA UXJlCjA,    VTA���������3A"3   K0XX*,   OA HUIB*  ed a meeting with tha two men witn  the knowledge of the detective. All  three aro now in prison, an the Russian woman is again ln possession of  her trinkets. In addition, a jswetar  with whom they had nsads arrange  ments for the disposal of their booty,  has been arrested. He had already  unfastened the stones and molted  down thia settings.  It seems t&al Baby was moved to  her treachery by Jealousy of anothor  woman friend of Kolberg, a dancer.  She feared that Kolberg might be Inclined .3 bestow some of the stolon  property on this rival. When Prau  proffer's husband heard ot Lis wlfe'o  criminal dealings, ho committed suicide in Berlin.  Merely Wanted to Know  Tho daughter of tho house had Just  returned from a visit with her Western cousins, during which she was  extolling th������ virtues of her intended.  Oh, mother, aho exclaimed. He's  just grand. So -Guare, so upright!  3o highly polished! Why even ia  his notes there ls such a sympathetic  tone that so-metlmes I wouuer- x. x am  not reading the tnusJo of the godsJ  Mercy's sake, child I interrupted  mother, are you talking about a young  man or s. piano.  Warts aro unsightly blemishes, and  corns aro gainful growths. Hollo-  way's Cora Cure will reinov������ them.  There i aaid the young wife proudly,  as she deposited tho hot plate careful).  ly on the table. That's tihe flrst pie  that I ever mads without any help: all  alone myself.  So it 1st exclaimed her husband ������a-  t-uslastiically, looking It over critically mean.while. And a* long as lt Is  the very flret, my dear, don't yon  think that, Instead of cutting it. It  would be nice to keep ft for a souvenir? How would it do to havo it  framed ?  DEATH  ENDS INSULT  Girl Takes Poison Whllo Priest Prayo  Over Father's Grave  St. Petersburg.���������With the advent'  of sprin_ the number of suicides or  attempted suicides !n St. r^tersburg  has reached r dally average of about  ten.     Moat are due to abject, poverty.  Recently a young girl asked the attendant priest ut the Voikovo Cemetery to rocits a memorial service over  the grave of hor father. She sobbed  bitterly, and when the priest and sacristan began to sing the beautiful  ���������Eternal Memory," took a small bottlo  cut of her pocket and hastily swallowed tho contents.. She was taken  to a hospital in a t"'~lug condition. In  a letter she said, quoting the title of  Dostoleffsky's novel, that since the  death of her father sho had been so  humiliated and Insulted that life had  become unbearable.  Took Him at His Word  Darling, he murmured, as soon as  they had been seated In the high-  priced restaurant, you can have anything you waxit on the bill of fare.  Shall I read it off to you?  No, replied the dear girl, just read  14 to the waiter.  ������������������������������_������>���������������������������������_���������������������_���������������  A Safe Guide  Of a man inquire -what company does  Ihn    1���������aa!".  Of a woman, how she holds a broom  io sweep.  Tho Same Fato  I believe ho had two sons. One of  tYem was lost at tea and the other  became Vice-President of the ITnlted  States.  And of course, neither of them were  heard of afterwards.  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff*  No class of people has more com-*  petition than liars.  If you require food for thought, go  to ths public library and get a froo  lunch.  A tonsorlal parlor in which oniy  dumb barbers were employed would  probably do an immense business.  GIN PILLS DRIVE AWA  Thoso Palna in th* Kidneys.  "ft*-      <m.~~.������..   Cl.-l^ r~_     -.*    T * 4L_  m.mm.     mx.m...nm   X^Xm ^ix\.lxtXXf .x ,   WA    A4CIV.AJL MO^  Mills, P. Q., writes :  "I was troubled for many years witli  liidney Disease, and a friend told me to  4-1 r.T\T     **!���������* ������ ��������� A f. ..    ,    . ,  .   m   IO.41.0    VJAA1     JT XA^X4i3.        AX IC*   UU������llIg tt i*=W  boxes I was greatly relieved, and after  finishing the twelfth box the nain cos_>  pletely left me.  My wife Ss now using GIN PILL������  and finds that she has been greatly  relieved of the pain over her Kidneys."  50c. a box, 6 for $2.50. Sample free il  you write National Drug and Chemieel  Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto.      IM  ������*���������* _rSi**V  The Sou! of a   Piano   i9  the  Action.    Insist on ths  "A'TTn  Piano Actvan  _TT/~*1?I ������������  i-lAV-CiUjjL.  CVICOV     \A//-t���������I A M       !<*  U3   ^.ri   I r.uin.T,.       aw  MHO <i t?  r  KH-MHH-a'H.'IIHI  fPOttnwKuurij.  ,������������IU.9'-*-c_h*li At I  The WORLD'S BEST  WOOD    POL'SH  Cleans nnd fllslnfoots  every tiling ln j-our  I101110 from tlio collar to the attic. Put  it on your duster and  dust Hardwood Floors,  Woodwork. Linoloums,  Piano.s, Furniture, etc.  Mal<<>3 oveiTthlngr Just  llko now. Monoy refunded If not satisfactory.    Mado by tho  DOMESTIC SPECIALTY COM-  &* PANY, LIMITED.  Hamilton,  Canada.  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND 611119.  M11H. WiNBt.ow'ii QooTiimo Svkitv linn 1���������:������*  tmed for over SIXTY YI5ARS by MIL.UONS o*  MOTIIUUvS for their Clfir.OKKN WrUIvU  TKKTIIING, with 1'IJUiaCCT SUCCESS. It  BOOTH KH the CTIir.IJ, SOPTRNS the OITMS.  AIJ.AYH nil I'AIN ; CUP.HS WIND COI.XC, and  It) tlie best remedy for DIARKHOUA. IL in absolutely liartute.su. Be sure and aslc for "Mrs.  Winulow'H Boolhlug Syrup," and tu_q.no Other  kiud.   _ weuty-live cents a bottle. '  New Use for Pills  Tommy���������I want another box of pllb  llko I Rot for mother yesterday.  Chemist���������Did tbey suit your mother?  Tommy���������No,  but they Just lit my  air-gun.  Spread of Patriotic Fervor In Republic  Has Caught the Gentler Sex  Paris, France.���������The sacrifice demanded ot the male population of  France by th.3 return to the law of  three years* military service has evoked the keenest attention among the  women of the country to do something in their turn.  The Society of the Women of  France, a Red Cross institution which  numbers 150,000 members, publishes  an appeal that a number of posts ln  the auxiliary services of the araic  should be given to women.  The Secretary of tho society points  out that in time of war 40,000 men  would be required for military field  hospitals, and that they could be set  free for Bervice iu Lhe lighting lines if  sufficient women could be found to  take  their place.  M. M. de Waleffe, the well-known  writer, makes the following original  proposals for compulsory hospital  training for all women:  After tho passage of the three years'  bill into law we should aslc the minister of war to consider the question  of women's service. I can well Imagine a law, tho three principal features  ot which would be:  Every woman ol 20 yeavs of age,  married or unmarried, to perform at  onco six months' service ln the hospitals, and every uibsequent yea- to  servo for threo weeks until the ag?  of 45.  "Women with children under 7 years  of ago need not perform such service.  Women with more than threo ".h.'.-  dren aro exempt from further servlca.  Minard's Liniment Curea Durna, Eto.  REAL  DUEL ON  STAGE  _IU_ \iX\Xt  1-1 _%__f%  -_��������� Si* "BIS  Turn About  Tho Ensign���������Sir, I havo this honor to  report that a nholl from tho enemy's  fleet haa blown up our forward magazine.  Tho Admiral���������That'.; nothing to the  nolHo you'll hear when we got homo  and the iraRazlaea start to blow mo  up.  S__S___w_  DODDS'k  KJLDNEYi  -I 1JL, _|a^-JL-__----  $> THA  BOo. a box or alx Lcyes for $2.50,  at all dealer**, or The Dodd* Medl-  olno Company, Limited, Toronto,  Canada.  He   and   the   Barytone   Horrify   Audience by Fierce and Unexpected  Conflict  Paris, Franco.���������Tho Journal publishes a Madrid telegram reporting an  extraordinary and tragic affair which,  lt ls said, occurred recently at tho  theatre at Argamasilla do Alba, ln tho  province of Cludad Itoal.  It appears that the leading baritone  Senor Pardo, nnd tho chief tenor, Senor Martinez, attached to tho oporatlo  company at presort performing ln tho  town, woro deadly enemies ao a con-  V4>*4 *   -   ���������   **������������������   |f  ***-.  InirA    nftf*  and they had agreed to flght a duel  to death.  Thoy had,    however,    dccldod    to  await tho termination of tho oporatlo  sauson in tho Httlo town ln ordor that  their rivalry might not lntorrupt th'  performance.  Tho season terminated with a performance ot 'Carmen,' nnd at tho closo  of tho third act tlo tipootutorn woro  horrified to And thomsolvofl tho wit-  nelson of a llorco duel betwoon tho two  Hlngers.  Tho flijht did not mm long, tho ton  or, Martinez, falling doad at tho foot  of hlH rival.  IN TM������ oi-'-iiNu  The Passing of Winter Leaves People Weak aad Depressed.  As winter passea away it leaves  many* people feelln g weak, depressed and easily tired. The body  lacks that vital f ���������- rce and energy which  Dure blood alone can give.  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Palo  People are an all-year-round blood  builder and nerve tonio, but they aro  especially useful ln the spring. Every  dose helps to mako new, rich, rod  blood. Returning strength commences -with their use and tho vigor  and cheerfulness of good health  quickly follows.  There ls just ono cure for lack of,  blood and that Is more blood. Food  Is the material from which blood la  made, but Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  double the value of the food wo oat.  they give strength, tone up the stomach and weak digestion, clear tho  complexion of pimples, eruptions and  bolls, and drivo out rheumatic poisons .  If you aro pale and sallow, if you  feel continually tired out, breathless  after alight exertion, if you have  headaches or backaches, if you aro Irritable and nervouo, if your Joints  ache, If your appetite fails and food  does not nourish nor sleep refresh  you, Dr. Williams' Pink Pllla will  mako you well and Btrong. To build  up tho blood la the special purpose  of Dr. Williams* Pink Pills, and that  is why they aro tho best spring medicine. If you fo-1 tho nood of a  tonic at this season give Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills a fair trial and you will rejoice in new health, new strength and  now energy, Do not lot tho trying  weather of summer find you .weak and  ailing. Build yourself up how with  Dr. "Williams' Pink Pilla���������Uio pills  that strengthen.  Ask for Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for  Palo Pooplo and do not bo persuaded  to tako something else. If your doal-  er does not keop thoso Pills thoy will  bo sent by mall, post paid, at 150 cents  a box or six boxes for f 2. BO by writing  Tho Dr. Williams' Mcdlclno Co.,  Brockvllle, Ont.  _     .        I ....    .mm.  Tho Olflhto  Town Bird���������Havo you ovor boen to  London to soo tho flights, farmor7  Gollos���������No, eur. Yor see, thoro's  no need���������for yer boo, zur, tho solghta  all como down ter oco Oi.  iVmH'FfltTfcfliii All. rixaTiilTvi)  &  It's no wonder Maple Buds taste good, and it's no wonder mothers every*  where  axo encouraging the little  (oiks  to spend  their pennies for  them.  Maple Buds are nothing more than tho best of chocolate, puie  milk and sugar���������things the doctor would recommend to build  up a  sickly   child.     The   most   delicate  child can digest them.  The distinctive flavor of Maple Buds is entirely due to the use of  only the best chocolate.    The fine  velvety texture comes  from  ^..jn-ipp,.,.         grinding and grinding through mnumerab!- steel roSless.  ^jstf^^i^m^     ��������� __. _'  ^^mW^t&k*    IPFffi il  ^     .^9    '   \f&Mk*Glmmmm\\&^ ^__S_ mZ Mj" ������_t_S_ "   fiSl SB! MB      ' Wm*      _3-i-Ma?',  Name and Design Registered.       - ������ 0<4  ��������� ������.��������� mm x mi ***���������     ������������f rtvri '  they're iNot iviAri_c ������ui>_������  Unless They're COWAN'S  The Cowan Co., Limited  Toronto Ontario  TJmro In onu thi 11 f-, that, may ho -aid  to tho credit of a small boy; lio novor  T.retcndn to : lco anyono ho doesn't  like.  W.   N.   U.   U4/  Itorlln.���������A  flf.liooltioy  named  Dzlw-  lor, ngod  IU, utloii'lltiK tho gninunnr  nchool nt  nciillicii.  In  Rllcnln, hliving  rocelved a bud rop.      ���������    Kiinter poured  ti 1 uplrlL uvi'i   niii iiuiiMii  una  not uro to j  1,1        .   , lilt   .,.!.,       ..., I,....,       1      I    .       ..I  I ciixd.  YOUR WIFE Wltl  appreciate it when you bring home  n. enn of SNAP. For rlenning her  haiuln, after filling the lamps, ���������������������������Hieing the cowo, peeling tho potatoes  and onions, there is nothing to equal  It leaves the akin ninoo-i and  uoft.    Order  from   your  dealer today.  Snail Company, l.tiiillrd. Blontrral.  !j^rf_-__i������<  M������_lV,!������'*r*;f4������**l  Concrete  ::iiY?"?������*i'"i^?:;:'',>J''  buuamg  rti^terial  WHETHER for a s3o, a n_fe.  house, or a million bushe! gram  elevator, concrete is the inost  economical building material ia use today.  Concrete never requires repairs, and  the saving ia repair-expense alone  makes the greater economy of using  concrete more apparent every day*  The cost of other building materials i������  constantly increasing.  The cost of concrete is being reduced.  tr.  Canada Cenient  which C������nndit->- farmi-n* ������������������***: with thftir nwii sand, atone and uravcl lo m&_a  concrete, is the only ingredient you have to buy.  We have, by reason of our large output and scientific methods, been able to  bring the prico of "Canada" Cement so low that it is within the reach ol  everyone.  An increase in demand results in a greater economy of production, and whe_  conditions have warranted it, we have, from time to  time, shared this saving with the consumer by reducing th* price of C*ne.dr. C'men*.    This ������_f nr,������!*<r*l *will  continue to increase���������as fast as farmers learn of concrete's superiority over other materials.  When you buy cement, seo that you get "Canada"  Cement; by to doing you will assure the complete  success of all your concrete work.  Send a po������t card for our book "What the Farmer  Can do With Concrete."   It is free.  There It ��������� Canada Cement dealtr la1 yonr mI|biW!*oo*1.  If tMs label la note*  ���������Mf������rv fiair ft fa not  Canada Cement*  Canada Cement Company Lin-ited  Montreal  <t������i  \_  ���������'I  * _  ;_  I  rf  i  id  IB  mmm ���������.i.xf. ys.i\z^%i:i$Sj&J&$%&~������Wi;;i  mtl"-    X>T?~%7Tt^1%r    riT*"niCirn/%v    -������5     gm  _._._.__ ._���������*,__ v ._.__ v* 9 %^xajcj o x KJSS 9 JtS= *Ji#  tMBE OF THE EWe  AT 3  __6    -JlHB-9iiiy  1 IB-IB.  The busiest time in the whole year  _g_ the sheep raiser is when the lambs  are being dropped, along in the latter  part of the winter. The actual profits  of the whole year's sheep raising are  really being made at this time, and the  . shepherd is forced to work about twenty-four hours out of every twenty-four  for a week or two.  During February and Maroh, and  sometimes during the last days of Jan-  nary, the good shepherd finds that  practically every hour of his time Is  being taken- up by the lambing ewes.  Lantern in hand, he must visit the  aheep once or twice during the night  When they are being allowed to run in  l&e open his  task is two and three  -���������������������������������������������������:���������*���������. ~ '^���������t������4T-.^S**-,'H������OT  4**W>:-������i^  ,_e*v-:":7*.���������A'<<i*i������___-M''^"Vtv*4e^  r  ������������������      m,  A   Minnesota   correspondent   of  American    .Agriculturist    says    he  easily  wintered;    Storms and  colfi-  mir.    m.QX    sScCt    thS������Tl    SS    S���������*.Ch    S���������  come breeds. They also make very  good mothers. Last sprlne he raised  185 lambs irom eighty-five ewes.  The best time for lambs to come on  the average farm is the 1st ot May,  _s tho- ewes are usually on grass  and have lots of milk at that time.  The Shropshire wether shown was  grand chasspio��������� at the Chicago International Live Stock exposition  of 1912. He was bred by J. and Tt.  3. Campbell, WoodviUe. Ont  ���������jEmes'as difficult aa when tbe sheep are  feeing corraied in sheds and pons every  ���������sight !  In order that help and care may be ;  given every ewe and iamb that may  need it, try to visit every sheep in the  flock about three or four times daily. '  fouring the day, if she sheep happen to  V& on pasture, constant watching is  tfeeeessary, as the ewes are likely to  r������firop their lambs in some remote part  of the pasture.  Early in the winter months in which  the lambs are to be expected it is wise  jto set apart as much'of the sheep sheds  .and shelters as can possibly be spared  sad  divide  *__jn  of?  into  temporary  gens.    These should be used for the  ewes immediately after they have drop-  ���������"-������ed their lambs.   Last year I took a  apace four feet wide along the east  iWall of a long sheep shed and fenced it  off from tbe rest of the interior, says a  ���������Kentucky shepherd in Farm Progress.  By dividing this long space into little  pens five feet long I made room for a  Bozen ewes and tbelr lambs. '  A space _ by 5 is plenty big enough  to hold a mother and her lamb comfortably for a night and a day. When  a ewe and lamb are brought in I put  them iu these pens for the night A  little feed for the mother and a bucket  of water to help allay her feverish  thirst are all tho attention she will  need for tho next twenty-four hours.  When the weather ls raw and bad  leave them in the pens longer than  when the ground is firm and the sun is  out. A cold rain on the tender skin of  a young lamb is about the worst thing  that can happen to him.  FABULOUS  TABLEAl_.MAt.Sa  Such ���������* Welsh Rabbit, Scotch Wood-  , cock and Mock Crab.  ��������� ti When one comes to think of It, St Ss  surprising how asss*.'**" fsbulons ������_imale  ' come regularly to tbe dinner table or  supper table.  Among them,  of .course, the  most  familiar Is the Welsh rabbit, which in  its original form was merely toasted  -cheese.    Some folks declare that the  name Is a corruption of "rarebit," bui  this has never been proved.  Then there Is the golden bupk, which  ; Is a Welsb rabbit with a poached egg  on top.   Chinese rabbit Is a Welsh rabbit with rice In it and a Mexican rabbit  (otherwise  known  as a  Spanish  rabbit) contains tomatoes and onions.  !    So mach for rabbits.   But how many  people   are  familiar   with   the   Cape  Cod turkey?   Plenty In New England,  I whore codfish goes under that name.  I    Scotch woodcock ia two slices of hot -  : buttered toast,  with  an anchovy on  | each slice and a sauce made of half a  ; pint of milk and the yolks of three egga  ; poured over them.  Less familiar perhaps Is English  monkey, which is made by soaking a  cupful of breadcrumbs in a cupful of  milk and adding a tablespoonfui ot  ' melted butter, a beateu egg and half a  cupful of grated cheese, the whole,  with salt and pepper added, being  poured over toasted crackers.  Tbe mock turtle Is one of the mtfst  familiar of fabulous table animals, be-  ; fng served ln tbe form of soup.    In  . "Alice's  Adventures  In Wonderland"  ; will be found a striking picture of this  remarkable  reptiie.   represented  with  the body of a turtle and the head of a  calf.    .  Mock duck is a roll of chopped meat,  and breadcrumbs baked.    Mock crab  *m    ���������~r.A^    K���������    ���������"���������I������������������    ������������.l    -,--4-���������    ��������� ������>    ���������.���������.������  4UE>    4A4������.\.W    XIJ      U44^A4J&    ClJUUI    ������44A3&������3    WI     &,BC������,"."-  ed cheese and butter, seasoning witb  salt, pepper and vinegar and adding a  few drops of anchovy sauce. The  paste thus prepared ls spread on slices  of dry toast or sometimes served in  crab shells.  Last, but not ssast remarkable, of  these mythological animals, known  only to the kitchen naturalist ls tbe  corn oyster, which is a small fritter of  green corn fried like a real oyster.���������  New York American.  ���������W"l'1 l'l I I"H"Hi;H-'W*������t"MMt"i-8**Ii*W->  ; HORSE  WISDOM.  COMBINED  TEXTURES.  DAMES   AND   DAUGHTERS.  Weeks before field work Is possible every young horse intended  fag service next spring should be  broken to a dependable quantity.  Shccept in unusual cases of rush  work the teams should cease  work in time to cool off before  the dampness and falling temperature pf evening.      ,  The buyers demand style in  drafters as well as weight.  Farm horses that are not to be  used through the winter should  have a roomy paddock in which  to exercise every fair day.  One of the most important  things is to teach the colt to  walk fast feom the very start.  Never hitch him up with a slow,  unresponsive horse.  When you begin to handle the  colts keep it up every day.  j-,*-;.I..I..I..*..I-I..]..I������l.,I������I..I..^.I..Ir.;..I..''.H"I"I"  This Mode Offers Unlimited Opportunities For Remodelins (aowns.  There is one feature of summer frocks  that one can depend upou to. materialize���������that of the use of coinbination of  two or more fabrics of contrasting  texture and color for a suit or dress.  It is not a uew idea, for last spring the  foreign designers attempted to introduce It, but somehow it did not catch  on at tbat time.  ���������j There are three really new Ideas  which have been exploited this season  te this scheme of combining fabrics.  BROOD MARE TREATMENI  GOLD NUGGETS.  Be-  The Care of a Churn.  There Is a great difference In the appearance of churns after tbey have  been used a while.   Somo get dork colored and lose their fresh, clean look.  Moreover, there is often more or less  of a mildewed appearance, owing, it la  supposed, to tbe fact that a much used  churn never has a chance to become  thoroughly dried out  Neglect to keep  It scrupulously clenn is fatal to any  wooden utensil, since it will quickly  absorb odors, aud onco permeated it Is  next to impossible to overcome tho condition  entirely.    All  tho  Inside ot n  churn should bo wcgularly treated to a  good   scalding   with   boiling   water.  There is no necessity of so treating tho  varnished   outer   surface,   which   it  wiped off with n cloth wrung out of  cold wnter will prcsorvo Its pristiuo  freshness* Indefinitely. A stiff brush ia  better than n cloth to nso in cloanalng  dairy utensils.  Thsrc  !s 2 Curious  Resemblance  tween Them and Meteorites. j  Sow do nuggets of gold, originate? i  Sometimes a mass of the precious met- |  a! worth a thousand dollars or more is ,  found. By what process was so much \  gold compacted into a lump? j  An attempt was made not long ago j  to answer this question. An investlga* j  tor ln Australia cut and sliced and  polished gold nuggets with the sols  purpose of finding out just what ia  their structure. The first thing he discovered was that thero Is one curious  point of resemblance between gold  nuggets and .meteorites. Both, wben  polished and etched with chlorine water, exhibit a crystalline structure. In  the case of meteorites the lines thus  exhibited on the etched surface are  called Wldmannstattian figures, and  their presence is said to bo one of the  most invariable characteristics cf those  metallic bodies that fall from the sky  to the earth.  Bnt it Is not meant to be Implied thai  gold nuggets have fallen from tbe sky  because tbey exhibit; a crystalline structure recalling tbat of meteorites. The  resemblance la apparently only super*  j ficlal, and the crystals of the nuggets  ��������� differ ln form from those of tbe meteorites.  Another curious fact la that when ������  nugget Is heated In a Bunsen flame explosions take place on Its surface. Blls*  , tors are formed which continue to  swell until they burst with a sharp re*  port and bits of gold are violently scat*  tercd about It ls evident that tbe nuggets contain either gases or some liquids or solids which are easily converted into tho gaseous form, the expnn*  slon of which produces the explosion**.  ���������Harper's Weekly.  Precautions to Observe to Prevent Loss  of Foal by Abortion.  More consideration than ia the general rule should be given to the treatment of brood mares, writes J. A. Macdonald in Rural New Yorker. As soon  as lt ls known that a mare is safely in  foal care should be exercised that she  receives no treatment or annoyance  that would endanger the loss of the  foal through abortion. Sometimes the  teasing or annoyance by a stallion or a  gelding will cause such trouble. While  with foal foods that are of a laxative  and distinctly nutritive character  should be used. Besides, something  more than the ordinary amount of  grain should bo given, so that ihe  mare's strength is not reduced while  supporting the unborn foal. Oats  should be the chief and staple article  use������ for grain food, and the mare  should have a fair allowance at least  twice a day during the winter months.  Along with.oats, bran should be free-  lyand regularly used by every farmer  who raises horses. Clover hay is preferable to timothy if free from dust. In  addition to these, a few roots should be  fed daily or every second day at least  If, however, wheat bran is fed liberally roots are not so necessary, because  bran ls laxative and cooling to the >  blood, which Is the very effect of  roots. Raw potatoes are good and very  ccolin". Not j***"���������*"-*- should bo rfed is the  raw state. I know one man who kept  two horses. One was a pretty big horse  Olive and Elaiue Dickens, granddaughters of the novelist, have recently had a play produced in London.  "Beauty and the Beast" Is its title.  Miss Dora Keen of Philadelphia, tho  mountain climber, is a slight little  woman of much personal charm, about  the last oue would pick in a crowd as  the conqueror of Mount Blackburn, oue  of the highest peaks iu Alaska.  Miss Josephine freund, ageut for  the Southern Pacific Railroad company  at Dilley. Ore., has for the third time  In six years received the medal for perfect work. In 1907 she received the  gold medal for the Oregon lines.  Miss Inez Miiholland of New Tor_  is one of the best looking suffragists in  the entire army under the yellow flag  of votes for women. She brings to the  cause a diploma from Vassar college  and a license to practice law ad libitum  in the state of New York.  Miss Katherine I. Harrison, whom  the Pujo committee was anxious to  summon recently in tbe hope that she  might reveal some of her vast knowledge of Standard Oil secrets, was foe  twenty-five years private secretary to  the late H. H. Rogers and is said to  have accumulated more than a million  dollars as a result of r.er rare business  ability, coupled with her knowledge ot  inside affairs.  CHOICE BUTTER  mmi.  *f-_i  TOE  p&oBir  Sporting notes.  John J. McGraw has signed a new  contract .for five years with the New  York National leagae club. The terms  are said to be $20,000 a year.  Negotiations are pending for an International contest of 1.500 points at  18.2 balk line billiards between William P. Hoppe, the champion, and Fir-  mln Cassignol, conceded to be tbe best  billiardist of the present day in  France.  E. .E.  Rockwood in Hoard's Dairy-,  ���������nan   says   of   farm   buttermaklng:. I j  was talking recently- with a farmer's?  wife who makes butter for a private  line of customers, delivering it every j  two weeks.  The process of making choice better j  ls thoroughly understood by this woin-;  nn.   The quality is ever the same.   Tho:  color never varies, nor does the salting.  Everything about it from start .to finish is doue by rule. She has a separator  run by a gasoline engine.    The men  separate the milk as they, bring it from  the barn.   The cream is cooled at once  nnd  not  mixed  with  that  previously  separated while it is warm.   Churning,  is done every other day, or three times  each week.    A barrel churn, with-no  inside paddles whatever, is used.   The  cream  is ripened  ������$r setting it in a  ' warm place, adding a little buttermilk,  left from  U'e last churning and stirring well,    Yi i*** considered sufficiently  ripened when it "pits" or when a spoon  dipped into it i3 well coated on removal.    Such cream pours ont like thick  | molasses.     It   is   strained   through  a  I sieve into the churn.  I.    The amount of butter color is gauged  ' according to the amount of cream.   A  ' rich  tint  la  secured to the  finished  product, yet not so high a color as to  offend the eye.  Salt is sifted- and osed  at the rate of an ounce and a hal������> to  -  _      .     . _        .   -rtf-SIf-  j-owara jones,   iuib xvua,  0,x--0xx .*m  UUCUlt-IU,  and uio oirner "was a ssriai*. i.orsc  *..������������������������    ou.ers ine woiu  potatoes were fed every night to these  horses, to the big horse sixteen and to  the small one twelve.  This was a fair  proportion.  " Brood mares should be kept sharply  shod in winter, as a straggle to keep  their feet on ice or slippery roads may  cause abortion. Cold, rS^ water Is dangerous, as it may cause colic and  eventually abortion. Mares In foal,  while better for being worked moderately, should be kept out of deep snow.  Plunging and struggling in deep snow  are very dangerous.  When there is imminent danger of  the mare aborting through, slipping on  ice, plunging in deep snow, hard driving or otherwise, soft feed "should bo  withhold and the mare given kiln dried  grain. Whoie wheat dried i_ tub oven  of the kitchen stove Is an old established preventive feed. It has long  been a practice with us to feed this  dried wheat to tbe mare after a bard  drive or at any time that abortion ia  apprehended. While X have known our  mares to abort several times, I never  knew any of them to abort after getting preventive feeds of dried wheat.  If wheat ii not at hand, dried barley  is good, or even dried oats.  With care and the excricse of common sense there should be little danger of a mare with foal doing all kinds  of work and even driving if she is a  general purpose mare.    .  One calls for a combination of two  materials, a plain and a figured, both !  in the same color* another for tho com- j  blnation of different materials in con- \  trasting colors. Such a laxity In modes j  offers the woman  with a limited in- j  grnma    ^-tin, ta ftmnmnfli-rirr nnnTi   fc__  s_iP  ^>���������������������������..���������,     .. ��������� m   x-f   ,���������"���������"Jr "-" O    ..������������..���������.    mmm    ���������*���������    ��������� "���������  of her needlewoman, many opportunities for remodeling old costumes.  The dress pictured will give a hint in  this direction to the clever seamstress.  It Is made of white cotton crape and  pale yellow zigzag cloth. The drapery,  lifted at the back, S3 extremely ?a-  ri-ian.  Care of Dairy Utowslle,  iTIush tho sepurntor with plenty ot  good cold water Immediately aftor ubo.  Tako tho bowl apart nud wash with  warm water und washing powder until  all parts nro cleaned.- Then rlnso thoroughly with scalding hot water and  place thorn In the elenn milk Hiipply  lank to I'.rr.in. l>lr.re nil the dip****���������,  enns, strainers and pallt* with cold water, then wash them thoroughly with  hot water, washing powder and a  brush until all traces of milk aro removed. Rlnno with thoroughly hot water. Novor wipe thom off with ft cloth,  is thoy do not need It, but Incline on a  cloau fihoir or over a trough oo that tho  water can drain off readily.  Shoes For Flat Feot.  Flat fo������;t in horfiea arc often caused  by HlU'wlng the nWaoa to remain on too  long. A. alloc for n tint fooled homo  ���������l������r>T)ld bo wide In tbo web and con*  jcavcd well so a������ not to touch iho Hole  or  lllfl   loot.     till a KDini   tiiccti ui iMiiw  lonrhor   beneath   Uim  "how   and   apply  lomo good borne olutnient  Fake Curios.  Dr. Wakcling, tbo Egyptologist, tcllfl  as that It Is useless to warn tho tourist against the fake curio. Ho buys  and ls sold with an unfailing regularity, nnd hardly any imitation is too  gross to decelvo hi in. Dr. Wakeling  tolls un of a lady who bought a sea rub  from n boy who assured her that ba  bad himself stolon lt from the cxca������  vatloua In tbo tcmplo of .Aknaton.  And Bho deployed her treasure triumphantly and always wltb tho words,  "And 1 am suro lt must be true, for  ho hud such an honest Uttlo faco"-  Argonaut  ^^  Mo Uso For tho Doctor.  ���������"Why did you aend tuo doctor awny  without permitting bltn to do anything  for your  "Do said ho could get mo up nnd ont  In threo dn.vH," the uufforor groaned,  "nud my accident insurance amounts'  to $30 a wecU moro tlinn my salary aa  long as I'm dlsnbled."*--Clilc������co Hoc*  ordFTemld.  A BuoIiicbb Tip.  Bho (looking at photo proofs)���������D������  you mean to tell me that 1 havo oucb  an ugly noso ha that? Photographer-  My apparatus cannot He, madam. Sh<  ���������Then for goodness' sake have enough  censo to go nnd get ono that canl-  Bostop Trauscrlpt  Tankago For Hogs.  I have fed tankage to hogs of all agca  for the lost thirteen years with the best  result- in every case, says John H.  Dunlap in Country Gentleman.  It is an ideal feed to use with corn  and is highly palatable. It need not be  fed in large quantities, ono part oi  tankage to ton parts of corn being a  very satisfactory ration. Nothing la  better than u warm slop for hogs of all  ages during tho wlntor months. It. hi  hard to get them to drink all the watci  that their systems roquiro during the  winter, nnd If thoy aro glvon all tha  warm slop tlioy will drink thoy will do  much bettor than without lt Though  persoimiiy I like to feed tankage in  alop hotter than to feed it dry, it may  bo fed on tho ground during tho sum*  mer months lu tuuull ouuutltiea, with  salt and any othor condiments, with  good results.  CARE  AND   USE_ OF  SOAP.  Buy In Large Quantities, as This Commodity improves With Age.  As water alone cannot render grease  soluble, it is Impossible to cleanse most  clothes without tbe aid of an agent  which is capable of bo doing.  Tbe cleaning and solving properties  of soap are entirely due to the alkaline constituents, tbe fatty adds being  employed only to modify the Injurious  property of alkalL  When buying soap it is desirable tb  procure that made by a well known,  reliable manufacturer, as one la less  likely to get an Inferior article. It ls  also better to buy it ln largo quantities, as large' quantities are usually  sold at a considerable reduction in  price, and soap Improves ln quality  and durability by keeping.  Soap may be used as a solid, or it  may bo dissolved and used as a liquid.  In whatever form lta action Is tbat ot  a greaso solvent and purifying agent  It la used in the solid or hard state  for strong material without color,  when its strength may bo concentrated by rubbing lt on the particularly  dirty parts, so that they may bo moro  easily and thoroughly cleansed.  Soap powder ls principally composed  ot soda and water, and as washing  soda does not cost mono than one-fifth  tho prlco of soap powder, it would be  moro economical for tbe housekeeper  to use tbat substance with tho addition of a Httlo sonp solution to tho water, which would form a lather oqual-  ly as well, and tbo work ot cleansing  would bo as effectual as when soap  powder is used.  has been appointed head coach of tho  Yale football "team for the year 1913.  His appointment marks an important  epoch in the Blues' football history.  He will bo the first salaried football  coach for Yale. For years Yale has  adhered to the graduate coaching system? with Walter Camp as chief adviser. ���������  German Gleanings.  That Instruction in domestic science  bo made compulsory for girls* schools  is urged in a petition signed by a iargo  number of women in Berlin.  Th������ German army comprises a total  of 655,912 men. Ot the 27,037 officers  413 are generals, 695 colonels and  2,367 officers of the hospital corps.  There aro ������531,004 privates.  Berlin has just opened a new hotel  with a roof garden restaurant the first  of its kind in Germany. It will command a spienuid view en summer  nights of the famous Berlin zoo and  tho brilliantly illuminated- environment The hotel represents an investment of $2,500,009.  'rswm&4*)C*CiCX*'iJZ&m*J9*Xr:  \  The remarkable vitality ana milk  producing qualities of tbe Brown  Swiss breed of dairy cattle are in- >  dicated by the performance ot Ola  3., a two-year-old heifer, uandi-  eapperi -with a broken shoulder, she  made an official record with her  first calt of 9,009.7 pounds oE milk  containing 321.55 pounds of butter  fat in ten months. Ola B., which is  shown with calf, ls owned by the  "Walhalla farms. Middleburgr. N. "X.  Th*  HIV  South Pole Tragedy.  Tho thoroughness and elaborateness  of Captain Scott's equipment way io  itself bave proved a handicap Instead  of an aid.���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  No poet haa yet been able to glorify  sufficiently the heroes of the arctic and  antarctic regions, yet they deserve Immortalization ln undying verso.���������Philadelphia Inquirer.  A strict Inquiry will presumably develop the reasons why Captain Scott's  magnificently equipped expedition  should have met with such a disaster.���������New York World.  Base Hits.  There tbey go again���������robbing baseball of all its charm. The appellate*  court of Illinois has ruled that It is illegal to strike au umpire.���������Manchester  Tmlon.  Tha English language la spoken by,  150,000,000 people. The number who  can speak tbo baseball language is considerably less, though growing larger  every year.���������Toledo Blade.  | the pound. The tastes of the consum-  | ers seem to agree on this amount  ]' which is not too much after the butter  ! is worked.  The winter churning temperature is  right around 62 degrees. The cows are  Jersey grades and produce a heat resisting quality of fat Sometimes G4 degrees brings the butter of equally firm  texture.   When the globules reach the  size of kernels of wheat a part of the  buttermilk is drawn away and as much  water of the same temperature is put  into tho churn.   This is given a few  turns  and  the  cork  again removed.  This time the butter is drained pretty  well and then washed with a pall of  water at 62 degrees.   I should have  said that a handful of salt is added to  tbe first water. This assists in separating the globules from the milk and  floats them freely on the top.  A hair  sieve over a pail catches whatever particles run through. Sometimes another  pail of water is needed to sufflclentlyv  wash out the milk, but all water used1  is in cold weather tempered to 62 or- 64  dogrees so as to leave tho butter just  right to work.   Salt ls sifted over the  granules in the churn and tho whole  partly worked by revolving tbo churn.  It is finished with a bowl and ladle, all  this work being completed and the butter packed iu small earthen crocks beforo it hardens.   In summer it is usually set awny for several hours after tho  first working and thon reworked to finish tho job.   This is dono because of  different temperature conditions existing between the two seasons.  Flippant Flings.  left  to  Peualmlultlo Thought.  Every roso bas Its thorn.    And thi  menu pint of lt Ih thnt tho thorn utuyi  on tho Job whon tho rono linn withered  ���������Cincinnati Enquirer.  The Profitable Cow.  Tlio cow giving tho most butter fat  leaves tho owner with the most uet  cash profit without regard to cost of  keeping whon compared with low producing cowa on Binull keeping cost  ThlB phase of dairy economics is dim-  cult to comprohond by mauy cow owners. Experiment time und again, how-  over, has proved tho assertion. Tho  largo pnuduclng cow docs not consume  feed as compared with the small producing cow in tho same proportion  that tho small producing cow docs.���������  Kaneaa Farmer.  At Farrowiojj Time.  Cut out  tlio ������.:oru ut -UiowJuK  tlllii  nnd feed alfalfa or Homo othor nUrog*  enoufi feed,    iror n few weeks befort  Maglo Cleaning Fluid.  For   cleaning   dellcato   fabrics 'this  method ln nald not to fado or Injure the  m   ���������   -      .       ......        0H ^. X.      .������_������~.     mn.m* mmm     J-4.     m  il lieu i   uuior;   vaiuttj   mn   (luwiuvd   tw   ���������������  pulp, add ono pint of water to ono  pound of tho potato pulp, stir and wash  between the hands, then drain tho  water from tho pulp through a fine  slovo or cloth. Let lt stand In the ves*  so] until tho uno whlto starch settles  to tho bottom, then pour off tbo clear  wator, which in whnt you uso for cleaning. Tho sottllngH aro nui-d for potato  starch for stiffening line materials.  Kor cleaning, spongo with the liquid,  applying until all soil la removed, rlnao  In clear water and iron on the wrong  nlde. For white nilk, which mny bo  pnsaod through tho water as through  nudn, add a vory Httlo borax to th*  water. Purty dresses nnd white cash-  m<.r#������H rlonn t>-������imtlfiil!v hv thin method.  Turkey   hardly  bos  a  rug  stand upon.���������Norfolk Ledger.  No ono but a womnn could have bad  tbe nervo to suggest tbat Mr. Maxim  Invent a woman silencer.���������Boston Advertiser.  A bill to stop the killing of frogs Is  Introduced ln Minnesota. Greenback  legislation springing up again.���������Philadelphia Tele_*"'ipb.  Th* *H0***  i mv  uiur  *   Ui fib ifi  lln  i  niynui    U|Ji  rOUJT    Oil���������JI    IhUt'*'    Utl'lUMU    U������Jl     UUIIU'W  but luipudutico know* uouo.-lUu Joa  ���������oa  llllll   41111.1  4.<i iu t������ nm  '     ...in. ... ,  I.IIU   t.VSI      II v.....    uv  ... .... C*U.>       tlAAr"*.  more nitrogenous fecdu until the pigs  aro wennodL  -dorter.*. Lard.  To take away the odor of pork from  lard buy leaf Inrd nnd whllo moltlnj*  put ncvem! npplen with tho skins on,  well washed and dried, Into tbo meii*  log |K)t.    It glvt'N tint tm a a uii������ ii.nui,  and lt can bo used lnntoud of butter In  almoRt any pantry.  This Is a good time for the man  higher up to climb a Httlo higher.-.  New York Tribune.  The grnft bunters In New York nm  another utep nearer thu men "highest  up."���������Bostou Journal.  In view of i-ceilI disclosures $lfi,������  000 seems to bo a very low price ror  the post of police captain ln New York.  ���������Exchange.  Woman and Politics.  A con mo In polltlcn for tho girl students In Vaaanr hns been endowed.  Prophetically appropriateV���������Now York  '.Vor"*?.  Suffragettes nre to hnve.a ban It ot  their own. lio a wild tlnio growing  ���������round thnt honk If It ever falls.���������  New York 'IVIogrnni.  Dr. Anna Khaw would rnlhor voto  than bo married. Womim'H iiniiiiI tin-  ���������irucii'-uhiL-ui'MH: m hiio \v''in in;nin-i*  ���������ho t'otiin control two votcu.���������Haiti-  more Bun,  Fattening Sheep With Silage.  Accurate data regarding the value or  silage in a ration for fattening sheep  and lambs is scarce, but what there is  indicates that it is useful. As far back  ns the early nineties tho Michigan experiment station fed some lambs oh sl-  Ingo ond otlier foodstuffs.   Tho glstof  their findings is to tho effect that a  mixture of fodders composed largely  of a good quality of sllago proved a  cheap aud successful ration for fattening lambs.  Tho Iowa station at Ames  mndo somo comparative testa of dry  hay roots and nllnr*e na rouchnce *,������r  two yenra.   Tbo average of tho two  years   was   favorablo  to  tho  uso  of  silage on a means of cheapening the  ration.  Tho lambs from all lota untah-  ed into market toppers, but the dressed  carcasses showed tho sllngo lambs a  Uttlo superior on tho hook.  Care Mnkfe *Mr. Cow.  Brooding In tlio dairy iinlnm! amounts  to Httlo or nothing unless tho animal  In so fed uh to dovolop tho cow and no  obtain tho results of ber superior breeding. On tho oilier hand, many en 1 von  of scrub breeding, properly reared nnd  fed, will develop Into profitnbla milk  producer*!. The chance*, of course,  nro nlwnyn In favor of tho holfor calf  milker.  Livo^Stock on the Fnrm.  Anlnvil hiii'bundry meni-is rnor������������ mnat  fur   tlii������   fnrmor'ii  Intile,   n   rliwip  nnd  ili'Hlralilc   ii'i'tlioiJ   or   ninnuM::.���������(   tiuiu  |lioilli>'Hi .um   In,hi un.if   ������������������,,   i...    .,-,...  Ci't nnliniilM nnrl !���������/*!���������������> plinty oi KTuI*^  I my noil ������������������rnizlnjf for then.  aiiiiSi-i la-;..  ft"  THE    CRESTON    KI_VI-.Wt    CBESTON,    B. C.  * ' "* '" *" "*���������*    .,1 ���������   n ' '-������������������' ���������������������������ii." i- ���������*    '  i**i"_.'..ii.���������^a . ���������������������������'  j-  lYfae RS\fekrsMeMis_ree_rifM*  | Comprising J25 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.  WPears    4.mM_ ������������ ^^u~>&*.g%   Peaches  Iptemm  &B"P*-& S _*Si������&*2  Cherries  GUAfiAf^YEED HOI^E GROWi  Cellared���������Roots in earth, 110 danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established S900bythe MON. iV3A������T!W BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture  {ALL STOCK. DELIVERED TO YOUR RAWCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  j For Catalogue, aud Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Ageut. Creston, B. C.  ______  NELSON LAND DISTRICT  DISTRIOT OF WEST KCOTENY  TAKE notice; that E. T. Opie of  Ward ner, 8. O occupation mechanist,  utond.-5 to apply for permissijn to pur-  1 chase the following described lands :-  -oaiinencing at a post planted on the  east bank of Goat River 80 chains north  ef the north west corner of Sublot 13 of  Lot 45P2, Gronp 1, thence east 20 chains,  thence north SO ohniui, thence west 20  chained, more or lees to the east bank of  Goat River, theuce southerly along said  east bank of   Goat  R'ver tbe poiut of  ooinmencouiout,    containing  160 aores  more or lesn.  Kciward T  Opie.  Wm. Arrowsmith,  l.'UK.'  i-    .-J. "Jul,    ivIIO.  BBS  vnanax!mrw!PtiMm&  ���������oss  w-fia  wtSXSSSBOB.  PAINTS VARNISHES STAINS       - IRON1TB FLOOR PAINT  RAW and BOILED OIL PURE WHITE LEAD  TURPENTINE. Complete Stock  of Varnish,   Gaisouiine and  Paint    Brushes  General  ������   MERCHANT  NELSON LAND DISTRIOT  I)' 3 i-RlOT OK* WEST ROOTER Y  TAKE notice th-xt   >V.,T   Williams of  j|; j  n .-���������!.��������������� m, B. O  o-oiipatiots gomU'iuan, in-  tiinl- to ai'pty   for   permission   to   pur-  c'xiirs* the following des*rihod lands :-  Ooinmoiiciug at a. post plauted ou tho  ���������!i.<r bank of Goat Kivcr wht*re inter-  sHotil by tlu* nrrth boundury of Sublot  1'J ft" Lot -t5':''*2. Group i, induce enst HO  ���������h:\in<, tS������>:'uo'-' north 8 ��������� oh si ins, t-hdnce  .vosf- 50 chains, m ������ro or less, to the oast   1.     -.���������     ." .    Ul...,-       . I. ...    ���������..���������.UnJ���������     ������  'lllltll   Ul     \.ll������lll,   till l'l,    I UltuvO   r.l.rA.rjutrxlJ     ���������.-  nog s���������ul oast bunk of Gou River t.o the  :it������at of eommeaoemeut, containing   16()  acres more or loss.  William J   Williams.  Wm. Arrowsmith,  i | D-te2> April, 1913. Agent.  By for Cash and receive your FIVE percent discount at our Store  Church  Notices  i  JU-THODIST  -l-LURCH -  Beginning the  first Snud'ty in Mny  Junior Congregation nud Bililo   Olai-s  11 A.M.  Public Worship, 7 :_0 P. M.  Coma and help us to help you.  Fred L. Carpenter  Pastor  5  Graceful and Inexpensive   Summer   Styles   shown   m  i Juna Good Dressing  H ^mmmm**  There's a variety of Summer designs Iu this number oi  Good Dressing which will  please   every  one:  and   we  offer an array of dainty Summer materials   which  will  surely satisry both the taste and the pocket-book. With_  Ladies' Home Journal latto-s sic. cii wealth cf   ma  terials to choose from any woman can gratify her taste  for a variety of light, tasteful dresses at a   modest   ex.  pense to her purse.       Come   early���������get    30111    Good  Dressing free.  f  na  Creston Mercantiie,Co.  I KELSON LAND DISTRIOT  DISTRICT  OF WEST KOOTENAY  TAKE notice that W. Arrow smith of  'reston, B. C.  occupation rancher, intend to apply for permission to purchase  be following described lands :-  Commencing at a post plauted ou the  *f*.st bank of Goat River 320 chaius north  from the north west corner of Sublot 13  >f Lot 4r>93, Group 1, theuce east 20  chains, theuce north 80 chaius.theuce  vest 20 chains more or less, to the east  bank of Goat River, tnenoe southerly a-  long s&id east bank of Goat River to the  point of commencement, containing 160  -icres.  William Arrowsmith  Date 22 April 1913.  PRESBYTKRI AN    C HUHOII  Service  ovory   Sunday   at,   11   a. in.  ami Trot' p. m.  Sabbath School at2:30 p. in.  Adults Bible Class meets every Thursday evening.  W. G. Bukb  ���������We carry p. full line of shoes including Chippewa logging shoes.-The cash  store.  ������- - J" IIMIHiMWH.il'- ,wTTT---������-___M___l^^  I FRUIT TREES!  | AND ORNAHENTALS  i Coldstream Estate Nurseries  VERNON,  B. C.  slifc  BU!  EARLY    BMDBSeRgTBONS    AND]  EXCESSES   HAVE UHDER-  fi-illMED YOUR SYSTEM  The nerves control all actions of tho body so that anything that debilitates them will -weaken all organs of  the  system.   Early  Indiscretions and  Excesses   have  ruined thousands of promising young men.   Unnatural  Drains sap their vigor and vitality and they never develop  to a proper condition of manhood.   They remain weaklings, met���������all}*, physically and sexually. How you feel?  Are you nervous and weak, despondent aud gloomy,  specks before the eyes with dark circles -under them,  weak back, kidneys irritable, palpitation o������ tho heart,  bashful, debilitating dreams, sediment in urine, pimples __  on tho face, eyes sunken, hollow cheeks, cat-ravrocn ex- S  press'on, poor memory, lifeless, distrustful, lack energy g  and strength, tired mornings, restless nights, changeable moods, premature decay, hone pains, hair loose, etc.  T_Uie tlie condition*-- Nevr Mstbcd Trcatir.sr.t -  GUARANTEED TO CURE  "Wo have treated Diseases of Men for almost a life-!  timo and do   ngk__ave to experiment.   Consult uai  ^T-I-EE OF CHARGE i  and wo will tell you whether you are curable or not. I  We guarantee curable cases of  NERVOUS D__H_TY. VARICOSE VEINS, ELOOD]  ANn   SKIN   DISEASES.   GLEET,   BLADDER       1  * rr>*_,T a TllT    _ ,  AVt\ irmiuev /*A*M(pi AINT__  cif%x* xxMst*ix*tk    ^***������������* 4_*r**u>i ���������������������-*  NELSON LAND DISTRIOT  DISTRIOT OP  WEST KOOTENAY  TAKE uotice that Louis M. Young of  NELSON LAND DI8TRIO T  DISTRICT OF WEST KOOTENAY  TAKE notice that   Arthur Okftll,   of  Oreston B. O occupation agent iutends  to apply    for   permission   to  purchase |  the following de cribt d Ian is:���������  Commencing at a post planted on the  east bank of Goat River 400 chains north  west cornsr of Sublot 18 of Lot 4592.  Group 1, thence enst 20,  chains, thence  north 80 chains, thence west 20 chains,  more or less,   to the east hank of Goat  River, thenc |/-*outher!y along said bank  of Goat River to thp point of commencement, containing 160 acres more or less.  Wonderful Nervous System  L-J_-BE5BBR-&-f -S  Free Booklet oa Dueases of Men.  If unable to call  write for j  QUESTION UST FOR HOME TREATMENT        j  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold St.,   Detroit. Mich.  HOUSE  ATI* letters from Canada must be addressed  to our Canadian Correspondence Department in Windsor, Ont.    If you desire to  see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we see and treat  no patients in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  Laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all iettera as follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor. Oot.  ^Write fo_ oar private address.  m  Arthur Okell  I Wm. Arrowsmith,  OrestonB. O.occnpatiou Married Woman  Dato 22 Aprii> 19l8# Ageut  intends to apply for permission to pur-  All our trees are Home Grown aiid guaranteed true ^  J  to name.    We carry  all the  leading  varieties  most *���������  ?   suited to this district.    Our specialty is budded stock ^  a,   on three-year-old whole roots. J  ��������� - ���������  ���������       For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.      +  e J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C. %  ���������# *  m^_ww^O%iLmww *_i__^ iS__!'"^I_iii^ ^-a*1 4__J*S__!^ *^^ W_^^__^^Wb^ *^^������*   ���������������������-' ^^* Sm&^^P^muJ*aa-lfi mmmr'  ���������mr     "V      ^T       mr       ma       *w       "*?       ���������m-        m        m m        ���������* ���������        >0 ~        m>        ���������*, *, * ������ -������.      ^^      ���������>���������        <������r       >v  chase the following described lands ;-  Oommeuciug nt a post planted on the  east bank of Goat River 210 ohains north  of the north west corner of Sublot 13 of,  Lot, 45!-2, Group 1 thrum-mat. 20 chniuB,  thence north 80 chains,   theuco west 20  chains, more or less, to the eaHt bauk of  Goat Rivor,t,henoo  southerly along said  east bank of Goat River to tho point of  comnienooment,   continuing  100   aores  moro or lossr  Louie May Young,  Wm. Arrowsmith,  Date 22 April, 1910. Agont  I  WmmJmmW  ^mmmmW       ^Smi^mmm   S3    6S |BPBa-i������l^  _5_|il_S   BmiH_ _5_i-_Sl 2_^^  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  ^mmmmmamm*mmmmmmmammm*mmmmmmmmmmmmm������\Mn mm iiiiii**aa_aa-^MWiwiiMiiMi������--_--^^  CalHomliiing, IV.intinK, l>a|)i!i-lntn������ii������f' C.inia^c au;l Sign pninliug.  Lot mo Kiv������ you jwIvJci? and'���������Htiiimti's on youi'work. All wrk guar  anto**- to givo Hntinfuction.  ���������   ���������  M  narry   i_.eor.ara  Shop on Sirdar Ave., next to McCreath's Livery  YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY GETTING MY ESTIMATES  NELSON LAND DISTRIOT  DISTRIOT OV WEST KOOTENAY  TAKE natico that .TamoH T. Uurgosa  of Kitchener, B. O. ooonpatlon agont,  intondH to apply for por mlHHion to pur*  oIiobo tho following lands:���������  Commencing at a post, planted on  tho oast bank of Goat Rlvor 1(10 chains  north of the north-vi^t rnvivr of Sublot  Hlof Lot '1502, Group 1, thonce on������t 20  olmins, thonoo north 80 ohains, thonoo  west 20 olmliiH, moro or lens, to the oast  bank of GJnt Rivor, thonco southorly n-  long said oast bunk of Gout Rlvor to tho  point of comtnonoomont, containing 100  i  J aero!* mora or Iomh.  ,'lnmoH ThoniiiH HurgoHH,  Win. ArrowHinith  V     .        f l\     .   .   ..It,      , t\ I -, *   ,. i  Water  Notice  Owing to tho scarcity of wator. Tho  GoatMonntaiu Waterworks Co., find i*  absolutely necessary to prohibit the un-  noaessary uso or wnsto of wnter nud  horoby givo notico that tbo ho.irs for  sprinkling lawns or f lowor gardens shall  bo botwoou 7:30 o'clock aud 9 o'olosk in  tho ovoning only.  In no oaoo uniill tho wator bo allowed  for irrigating purposes Puttlos will also kindly note that according ta con-  traot thoy aro supplied with wator for  domostlo purposes ouly���������Nhould thoy ro>  qniro it for lawnB or flowor gardons  nppHont.lon must bn mndo tn the Hooro-  tnry of tho Oompnny for n pormit.  Our col loo tor has boon instructed to  aofc in aooordnnoo with thoso rognlmtioiiH  and any porsona found guilty of tho infraction of thoso regit n !��������� n* nro llablo to  liiivn their water ropply nhnt (ifl'.f  Thoso rognliitioim to romaiu in force  until   tho 31st day of August, 19111.  J. Mallandnino,  OroHton, B. O , ���������eo*y.  Mny 111, 101!1.  Get that  leaky  boiler fixed  TINSniTHING,PLUMBING and PIPE FITTING  Guus, bicycles, phonographs, spray pumps, sewing  machines and cream separators promptly and efficiently repaired.  B-___t_-_-c_-a__--i  SStmSSS  iiiiiwiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiinii-i iiiiiiiii  IJepair   Shop   behind Creston  Hardware and Furniture Store  Entrance on  Victoria Avenue  iyib B- Embree  issOf  Electric Restorer for Meia  Phnni���������finuol iciUic.-i ctciy i.ci vo la the boay  rniiH'iiiiHun ti| Uy jinil)L.,. tl;ll,|icu. rcMt���������,cs  ���������Im aud Vitality. I'reiiiuturu cliTiiy nn<l nil Hr.xuiil  .vcaknens bvitIpi! nt ancr-, Vhoaplmnnt wil'  make you ��������� now mnn.   l'rlco *M ft Imx, nr two lor  ������������, ,f.,ll.   I   4m, ������.,.������,  nrl.fr...        *tr*l>4. flrfSf.!,4x1*1   |"l>-,.������^  -r*.������Mt. _������tlu*.rtin>������, ������*ul.  I will bo at tlio Oroston Moroantilo  utoro on May 2Bth nml 20th to do optical work. Nociiri* too difficult. All work  guaranteed. Consolations froo Ronioin-  bur Mm (Into.  ,1. ,T   Wnlkor  liriuhiHto Optician  ���������^^.^.^H',,ltWliir*^fWffr^  affi2������l2&"  mti  mi  ���������lia


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