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Creston Review May 2, 1913

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Array ..-"���������������������������J".,-.-..���������...  ���������h'sp.  J A  -     - - -    ^'igm  V41  ~7     -  v      J.  f  far  W  All R<rad& Ah:  U&d to C&sttrti  ALL THE NEWS]  of the CR_STON:l"  DISTRICT      I  _^  \ /tu  ���������li.rtT    ������        IiJ| of  ADDRESS  FOR'  E ?No. 25, 5th Ye&r.  fi.-- . ��������� ::���������      ,. -  li?"   ���������������������������������������������   . ���������������������������?.? :'.:>-  i;   CRESTON, B.C,.   FRIDAY-   MAY.  2    1913.  Single Copies 5c;  ni������M'-Y-_  BUT  PRI1MMFNT      .jew   ur  ijADiiur  B. Walmsley, Oreston Valley Investment Company  j Express Rate Reductions Will Aid  1!  J  Fruit Qrowers������������*Think Sh  Be Effective Earlier  m  Great as -will be the advantage to fruit growers and  gj-other shippers from the 20 per cent cut in expiess rates  i' which has been ordered by the railway commission, the ran-  |- chers will not experience much benefit this year unless the  1| new rates come into effect about a month earlier than July 15,  ll the date mentionea in the judgement of the board.  This is the opinion of the fruit growers throughout the  district, who point out that by the middle of July practically  gts_U the perishable fruits, with the exception   of gooseberries,  . currants aad blackberries, will have been shipped* Shipments  of tomatoes and other vegetables of that nature will, however,  ; to a large extent reap the benefit of the cut this year.  h, One advantage of the reduced rates will be, it is pointed  ��������� out, tnat British Columbia ranchers will be given a greater  1 margin for competition against ranchers in the United States,  whiie the distance to which the less rapidly perishible produce can be shipped and sold at a profit will be  considerably  increased.  One instance of the advantage which tne cut  will prove  S',   .'-. .*..    -���������'���������'.' .    -'   'ti;; ��������� '.-.-  ",      -.ti   '��������� "- ��������� ;\ .     ti  J   to ranchers is given jby the cas? of W. A. puncaii of Waneta,  il   who last year shipped tomatoes to Nelson by express as long  ��������� h thought ht saw asmiling vale  Where frees in rows did sfarid.  Si* looked ogam and saw it was  The Omton Orchard Land:  He enea If I can only sell  Ail thisjtwiHbegftand..  ������ '--.-"ti  llLflui    LUUitL  iiuii_n  J*  ���������FOR SALE���������Twenty acres of first  class fruit land. New four room cottage on place, all slashed ind burned, 2  acres stumped, water right- ������>r both  domestic and irrigation purpose*. A  bargain.    Enquire at this office.  Mrs   John  Quaife  of   Siidir was  a  Creston caller S itnrd y.  ���������L<*a>e your oi'tinr.-- fur Iris bntb.-i,  purple hlac, bushut*. ami Kn^lisli box for  >iedgep, as this otYwo.  ��������� J P. Jobustoue made a butiitiess trip  ���������rn Nel-o ion Saturday   last.  O. O. S., 3IGNAFIES GRANTBBOO K  GO-OPERATIVE STORES.  The regular monthly meeting of the  W. O T. U.. will be held at th������ home  of Mrs S. A. Speers, Thursday, May 8  th at 3 p. m.     '  <=^P  R*������v Mr. i nI Mr--.? P. C Hayman,  ������������������ h i have In e i residents of Creston for  i he past five yei-rs left on Tuesday for  fesieir new home at Grand Fork?, *B. O.  Both Mr. and Mrs. Haytnau will be  greatly missed from our Community.  ���������For your Spring painting Use Bapco  'pure paint.  For, sale in all colors at  Mass will be said ia the Local G&lh-  olie church, Sunday, May 4, at 10:30 A.  M.  ���������New stock of Wall paper at Harry  Leonard - shop. Sirdar avenue.  DUCK CREEK NEWS  Saturday May 3rd there will be a bas  Forestry Progress in  ���������"������������������-������������������ British Gol������iti&lii  j ���������Fur S������le���������Gold Ooin Seed Seed Potatoes The white skinned variety of the  very best quality. A very heavy crop  oer Stock Grigiually obtained from Central Experimental Farm. Price $1 per 100  pounds $l7."50ppr ton. Monrad Wigen,  Wyaadel,B. (J.  tiiy^Bti  -Is������ forests of British Columbia-'con-  g-as the price was sufficiently high, and then had to send them j ^ ^.^ ^ ^^ ^^ ^ taia apptoxlmftfGlv^oe-__if t_e������t-anct  K'uby wagon to Trail after the price dropped. I ^ommenoe at 8:30. Baskets will be s^ld ������"K timber of Canada. The utilization of  -Father? Lambot of the ST.   Eugene  Mission was a visitor to Creston this  week. ' ���������     '?  C. Bay le made a business trip to Nelson ou Saturday last..  - Forty years iu use, 20 years the standard, prescribed and recommended by  physicians. For Wcmans ailmeais. J>g3  barters Pills, at your druggist.  J, Grafton, one of Fernies real esfcate  agents, and who has- extensive land interest in the Creston district waa a Cree-  con visitor a couplaof days this week.  *"X  Many ranchers-express the opinion that the introduction  ���������-of parcels post will prove a great advantage for the shipment-  ���������of small lots of fruit.  Existing express rates per ioo lbs. on fruit and vegetables to East Kootenay and prairie points from Nelson and  rthe rates as they will be when reduced are:  Present Rate >���������  To Cranbrook #i.6o  ���������lo JViicnd ���������. ...������������������..������..    ���������^������������������/5  .- i  '.To Coleman..  1-75  'iTo Lethbridge..  2.00  ,     iTo.Macleod 2.00  "To Calgary  2.40  'To Winnipeg  2.65  To Edmonton    2.55  To Medicine Hat    2.40  To Regina 2.55        j  To! Moose jaw    2.55  To Saskntoon    3.00  New rates on merchandise are:  From NeJson{,to Cranbrook, #1.60, to Michel 2.21;   to Fernie  2.21; to Coleman 2;4o; to Lethbridge, 3.01; to Macleod, 3.01;  to Med clue Hat 3.60; to Calgary 3.41;  to  Edmonton   4.21'  1:.. Saskatoon 4.61; to Winnipeg 5.01.  hy auction at 11:45. Terms cash down. . this vast body of forest wealth is yet in  New Rate  1.41  1.41  x.41  i.6di  1.60  1.92  2.33  3.0$  1.92  2.05  2.05  2.4*  Oouglap, Edward and Miss Phoebe But-  erfield will present ahumoroiiB dialogue  mtitled Courtship  under difficullteis."  All gentlemen who do not purchase  baskets will be charged $0 25 each for  Supper. The supper will be provided by1  Mies Hagen aud Miss Butcerfleld who  nave charge of the entertainment. Th^  ���������jroceeds from the sale of baskets wilr  ie devoted to the running of? club dur-  ing the summer months, for picnics eto.';  It i* proposed to hold the first picnic on  May, 25th.  -For Sale- Good work horse weight  1400. and gocd������^Ie^o$������dt and h_I������. s.  heavy set of harness;?'Raot_w at tbi*?*  Paul Ofner was a visitor to Create n  (Thursday. *    '.  S. B. Winlaw, Carl Wigln> J. John-'  ion and Miss Annie Johnson -wore vIb!  tors to Creston Monday.  The C P. B. have completed the fenoo  Ing ou the upper side of tho track irom;  O. J Wigiu'B ranoh to tho post office?  Nearly 1, 000 fruit treon will he plant-  d in Wynndel and Dnok Creole this  'piing.  Fir t Peach and  CSacrrie l_iG55Grr.s  Jtatcs on fruit and vegetable- from Wenatchee to Win-1^ B ^U||~' JJ^ m -^ a oou>  llipcg are #.3.2S and #2.50 for lots of 10,000 lbs.    and   #2   foi |pi0 of twig������ from one of M* peach aud  lots of 15.000 lbs.    From Spokane and the Hood  River dis- nhow-e two*-, that wem ail nicely bios  trict the rate is the same.   Frpm Walla Walla to Lethbridge  ��������� the.rat^is $2.95 and to Fernie it is #2. Shipments  of 10,000  1 ���������  1    ���������     I T|",/l.-,.^.il   ,,.1      .-.,..,.,.     .,     .... 4   .n     f> I*    tit X .   .....T-T ������4- '  1#       HIHIfl     I"    iiU ������JJl.'4JL> 'J.4     l.llll   )       1.4    J.ll^     1.4.     H'j. ���������0.x  eoinod, und is "hongbt to bo tho firot of  t'ifiir Uliifl of tlio Mi-iroh. Mr. Onilandor  alno hno oomc early npplo trnco in bios  "oirj*.  iv m. l^fMtf ,1 MI..I llliUWMrttoimwlWM'lli^M  Minv  ,.;,.  t\\  ii->i������iili* u'ill    ������iirce in the  knowledge  Mr and M;r*. Tt. K'for of Oimymi fllty  woro Oreston cnllarn Tnnnday.  its veriest infancy. The annual growth  of.the forests of the Province is even  now, before they are either adequately'  protected from fire or from waste, oer-  tai ly not less than Ave times the present annual lumber cut.  The declared policy of the newlyes-  tabliabed Forest Branch, Department of  Tjaiids, Ib the development of a greator  lumber industry for British Columbia,  along lines whtoh wiU provide for the  prompt utilization of mat are timber,  and for safeguarding the forest against  unnecessary waste, in such a way as to  ensure a good second orop upon logged-  off lands.  During the fiscal year 1912 the forest re  I venue was $2,763,679. One-tenth of th s  amount was expended for foroBt administration nnd protection, aside from tho  direot contribution for firo protection  made by lossoos ond   licensees Thus,  while ono dollar in every four of Provincial rovonuo was derived from tbe  forests, but ono in every fifty exoondod  was dovotod to tho forests. The plans of  tho ForootB Branch tor the ooaaing yonr  Ciiutouiplato a materia! ctvcntboninfi of  the tho -i-e-proteotlvo organization. Although the forest flro loss during 1912  was tho smallcBt in tho history of the  I.1IIV1IIUU,      1,11*3       JrOoU .VU4        UUVUIIIUUIMUIJ  largo in tho aggregate, and a d������>t-i'u������Uiod  offoi t will bo uibido lu tlio lovo of Urge*  appropriatioua and bottor organization,  to the ond that suoh loss may bo roduo-  ed to tho lowest poHBlblo figure lu the  futuvo. Tho Provluoial Qovernmoht io  thus noting on tho thoroughly entabHnh-  ed Principle that the pormanenoo of forest rovouuofl depends upon a reasonable  expenditure for protection and dovrUop-  mont.  ��������� I have just received-a carload of  .lemocrats buggies" which are* all  guaranteed, call and see them. H? S  McCreath.  Bom, on May 1st to the wife bf J.  Miadleton, a daughter.  1  uiiic-.  ���������For Sale���������Good Piano. Snap. Your  ��������� iwn terms. Enquire at this office.  Mrs. R, B. Dennis of Sirdar /was a  Oreston'.caller Thursday.  ���������We pay tho freight, and if y.in Bte  not satisfied with the valnea received  from ub, we will pay the freight baok,  and refund full amount of your purchase.   O. C. S. '  ���������Hulstein Bull, Sir Glen Pertertje  -.erndypke, No. 107GT., will b������ at Bonny  Brook ranch, Canyon City, during season 1018. Service fee $5 cash. D. .T.Lyon  WiU Rose Lodge. No 39 meet every  Monday night. A full attendance is  requested.  The ladies of the Catholio ohuroh  will hold a Catholic Charity Bazaar and  Ball in the auditorium on Thursday  May 22. They will have an assortment  of childrens clothes and other useful ar'  tides on sale at that time. Refreshments  will be served. Mrs. W. H. Johurtone  will bo hostess of tho ovonlngand everything points co a huge huouom. -������_������-  best ot Mnsio is expected for the ball  and all lovers'of a good time Bhould  make it a point to attend. The doors  will be open at 2 P. M.  ������������������First olaBs dressmaking Mrs. B. K.  Embree, Viotoria Avenue, three doors  past the MethosistChurch. <  ���������Call and look over my stook of wall  paper at H. Leonard's ehop.  Mrs. W. H-aron returned Sainrday  last from Nelson where she has been  spendiug a week witlifiieuds,  -irs.unamnoy of weison spent a oonple  of duy*^, in Crcflton this -wook the gaest  %  ;)'  of Mrs.I^roiiv���������*���������;>  Ou and after May 6, 1918, all the  stores will clone nt 7 P. M,, with the  exot-ption of Saturdays.  ���������Xho Ci. U. b. ot Ur an brook ts soiling  Iron Beds with inAttresa and spring for  m    Walter Gorbett hm oommenoed week  All local xiows Hems must be handed with tbo bridge gawg heii^ng tlmbera  In this off loo not later than Thursday jfor the now bridge** to bo ercotod this  uttornotm of each week. yftttr.  ���������Bond for onr prloou on furniture., wo  pay tho freight.   0.0.8.  .1  MIhh Trmnhley of CmntiHMik is H'Wind-  iiig a. iiioiiths vmcatioti nt thn homo of ber  aunt Mr������. Kiigen.  %  Mr. and Mrs. H.N. Blroh and family,  that Jt'opc i'lUS lias cow^eteiy   recouvereu   110m   ai���������  i^cum^   m ftnd m^ A n Swongon of sir-1aooompanlodby Mr. Duncan left on 8������t*  and very serious iliness.  Idsr were Creston callers Tuesday.  1  Iurday uiut for Vanoouvor, where thoy ex*  ������.������'  *-~ m.I������i m*.mtm #n*v,f>* Itnm*  tfmmm    m.0   H.M..   K.mm.m   ...rn....1   ..\. ... ....  ~���������*V l������������     MM> P������*lli>     V������*H*    lH>4������.'WV������'w>a   -Uljr  wire Htrotobor from me last fall, ploomo  return mmo and oblige.   8. A. Bpeern.  Illllrm     ,T    tX    "HfllliMIr*   t%f    T*i**0,\*m*m    tfUmmmth,  "������������������ J*   '���������"������   ".,������  .< ������" ��������� '���������> ���������������    ,,,.i,     -^ *���������>..������....... 1.     ,,������.,.....,������. ,  Alborta, spent a few days In Oreston  this wook renewing old aeqnalntanees.  mmxmmmn  mm* .1 ., *        m 0    . m        ,    ������������ t> ������;**,������! n.u|>|jfly $ w������*    rnn.**   j,������*.������v*.������*v*#'"  skwIh Boiecfced nemla nt Calgary ytiam  1  tmmmtm  mmmui*.wtiwi\);t\nm*. THE    CRESJON    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B. C.  __E  EMIGRATION  LESS  IN  IRELAND   ' cents to 50c.      That any professional  ' ���������,-,'m,-, ,������������������;��������� '. gentleman should be-..sked to give "a  Two  Facts  Which  Go to  Prove  That' certificate   for   t^uch   ridiculously   low  an   Era  of  Pea      and   Prosperity  Hia Arrived  Dublin, Ireland.���������About a deea i  ago. one of the Irish judges of assize  was angry at Tullamore���������and lie said  so. The distinguished official was  compelled to travel to the capital of  King's- county;   so  were grand jurors  a.\r      WV4KI  ���������4  AT AGE OF 85  proposed  fee is    loss    than  the ���������' tip  which   would  be  given   a  jarvey  employed for a comparatively short jour-  ��������� r.oy.  anC. petit���������or common���������jurors, so w���������s?. The whole medical profession of  the^ high sheriff, and aU the big men! Dublin has rejectee the terms as' beam! miner men who. somehow, rnan-|jn������; totally in dequate. ..nd decline- to  age to find opportunities of performing i Init the.r nan.es on the panel unless  public  service fn  connection with  an   an,j until the minimum terms agreed  fees  to  a   person   to   whom   he   may,  have to travel a dozen mile;; c- more  is   rather   startling.        A   messenger  would demand as much i: no, moi^e; Thankful to the  Medicine Tliat  for going merely on an errand.    The  Soup problems solved.  ' Clark does tbe worrying aiKi the work���������  aiid assures satisfaction.  Order an assortment.  ' ,Wr61a*ff&<M'f'r;rM'*,-."real-".  *-������������_____-  " -jTEAU  ������" tr.lllllu *\ y*J  C0"C������HTSUtt3 M  soup������i!  K^'^'jW^fixfl -������__ "J���������&'������m&'*mimh.  m^mm  assize courr; ar.a ail tne trouble anci  expense v.-as entailed so tbat the judge  and g**aud jurors, tl-e common- jurors,  nnd the wise persons associated w'th  them might decide a quarrel between  two individuals as to the bwnershln  if an ass valued ac ten shillings sterling.  During   the   present   spring   assise;  Gave  Him  Ability  Fjr  the Task.  A VERY INTERESTINC  CASE  Pew r e-. of eighty-five year.; of age  can boast of mach else? but pool-  health and faLin^ strength. A '. suc'i  was *lie condition of M. Benj.  Marsh, who is known to every soul  In  the nei*hborhoc.<"   of his  heme  at  to at the general meeting of the profession be conceded.      It is manife������"  t" nt the doctors ah over the. .���������ov.ntry ,T ,_,_  , .,,���������- nn,  ore in revolt agaii.st the terms offer-1 "DJ������ ,t      ' Uli\: ..   . ���������  e."   by   the   the   commissioners.       Itk-^K.. ������fsolicited."  may take a long tim3 to arrange an'"    b"     l   wus   l0   say  agreement  between  the  parties.       If  medical benefits are  extended to this  country we may expect to witness an-  ~f-  going judges in Ireland have, for the ether struggle between the doctors and  the   commissioner The   ultimate  result will be that the cost of adminis-  :--**ing the act will exceed all expectations  THE    WORLDS    BEST    POLISH  CA  most part, been ranked amongst the  unemployed. in some places the  cases brought before them con''. have  been disposed of in the county courts,  or by magistrates at petit sessions:  perhaps some of the cases should not  have been heard at all. Mr. Justice  Gibson received a pair of white ?loves  from tbe sub-sheriff at. Kilkenny on  Saturday��������� the first presented to him  during an experience of twenty-five  years. Mr. Justice Ross wns in  Cork city ou the same day. Only two  cases were to be tried���������small iten  of larceny and robbery���������'in a great  community of 100.000 peopl -. and the  judge si)oke warmly, almost affectionately of the southern capital as possessing an atmosphere that one did  not always find about other cities in  Ireland. At Roscommon county court  Judge Wakely also received a pair of  white gloves on Saturday. So t!u>  tale has been told throughout Ireland  ���������from Dorry, Antrim and Down to  the ends of '.he south and west.  BookFr*- A ���������.���������������,*J The emigration rrom Ireland at-  m������.~m, tr.s(!.,.i reI.y*������j coramg to the annua! report of rhe  ta^^������thi*uay'������Sre*aJrt! registrar general   showed  a  decreat *  tr^Mm^lu.^::^ i of i-lf- *** flP"f������ being 15.675 irale-  rpaurtroBb���������>; we will -eod bookan<t testimonial*. 1 ana  14,124 females,  making a total  of  THE Canada cancer institijre, fcaaiT-, j 29.799.      Since 1851. when tho collegia churchu.1. avt, Toronto ^ Ion    of returns    commenced���������and    it  ��������� ���������    ���������" ��������� I. .  , j must be remembered that the famine  years  preceding   dro-,'!?  out   thousands  ���������the    total    number    of    emigrants  amount  to  2.C07.637  m.-.le-s  and   2.039,-i  723   females:   making   the   enormous  to'al of 4.247.350.  The United States was the rtestlna-  i tion of 20.466 emigrants, in compari-  ��������� son with an average of 21.3SS for the  iV/UJ _**<.���������*_ fcN- :.*-.������������ Jt ^****. ������** . XmmLll . i^l ������V_V/tl  ���������    m ,-*      / ' ,���������������  >- .-������ .-1 .*������      _U.^-n'nft      .- v������      *m**sm mmiy.xx rm mm      0^*     ">1A  ���������- XJ*      \    Mi'a<>l������      .*���������V  *���������   *.\l      *-.*.������      ������HV4'vtt**ir     V* L      O *. V/  .  The number of emigrants to South  Africa was 147, as against- 113. The  emigrants to Australia numbered S42.  as against 735. ;������isij those to New /���������������?<$.-  land 1S9. as against 166.  The number of natives of Ireland  who emigrated with the intention of  settling permanently in Great Britain  in 1912 was 1.S67. The highest provincial rate was 10.6 per 1000 of the  population for Connaught: Ulster  came next with a rate cf 7.5 end the  rates for Mur.ster and Leinstcr were  respectively 6.9 and 3.3 per 1000.  The number of emigrants who emhark-  ed as steerage passengers to the Unit-  tmxikot ai_ '_***tt"*<aM*' a"'& _____"_l������tU?-'-"V__ *-'- States was 19.357. and of these  mmatx-m *m g������g Bk*i i gSBSt m OH _-1 ft_ ! 5,762   had   their  passage   paid   for   in i  The Heart of a  Piano  is the  Action.    Insist on the  csOtto Hig;~,l,,  Piano Action  OLD WOMAN  ROB-ED  Assailant Throws Pepper Jn Her Eyes  and Snatches Handbag  Paris.���������Mme. Jules Aubary, a wo-j  man of 75 years, wen*, to a tanU In ���������  the Boulevard llaussmann and cashed ',  a  cheek   for   $540. j  V\ hen she returned to hei flat she j  was attacked on the staircase by .:\  man we.-.ius a long overcoat and a|  bowler hat. He struck l.ei violently i  on the neci: and then threw a hand* j  fill ol pepper in l eyes. She faint-;  ed, and her assai.an snatched he i  handbag containing the $540 and dis- j  appeared. j  Later the ban '.'jag was found empty  in an alley in U     vicinity.  write-     Mr.  hov.* I have  been bothered for yeai'3 with Ltomach  trouble I *ried everything I conld  think of without beneht. I was terribly afflicted with swelling : ul gas,  and had much distress between  meals. I tiled everything 1 oould  think of. but without benefit. Then  I was recommended Nerviline. My.  but Nerviline did me ?\ power of good  ���������mado  a  new   man  of   inc.   so   that  iuo*. ���������    *t,i������������ ������?-'  . been able to split about forty cord3  | of stove woo I  will always stick  j to Nerviliue u* ". will always recoin-  j mend It. and "oul' like to meet any-  ��������� ono and convlnco them If In doubt  '. as to what. Ner. 11 :* has done for  j tue."  j For sour stomach, nausea, belching  j of gas, cramps ai. sudden sickness  I at night. notl.!n_ is more helpful In  j the home, nothing saves so much pain  j and distress as Nerviline. Large  | family size bottles, 50c; small size,  j 25c at all storekeepers and drug-  j gists or The "*atarrhozone Co.*. ".>.'���������  faio.   N.Y.  What They AH Said  1   can't   keep   visitors   from   coming  nn,   said   \. 111.am -Winkle,   dejectedly.  When I  lleve  m  -e you.  Well,   put  tbe editor with a worried look.   What-  All Square  It  was  In  a  West End  restaurant.  where  Sandy   went  for  a  driitk.  and  j he   ordered   a   whisky   and   soda,   i   *  ���������    , ,   ,     i which they ci arged him <i whole shil-  say you-re-out they  wont be-1 i:n..       He   complained   of   the   price  e.       Thty  all   say  they   must ; an,-j  said that he was only accustom-  ��������� , . J ed   to   pay  them   off   somehow,   said i Whiskv  Nex't da.  I1  for  a   nip   o������  jus  say.  tell  P������e  ���������ns  over   they   sa\  wliai they all  Yes, sir.  That afternoon a lady called  them,   that's  ������e,  '.   HfflT   *������������������*! lir*l������*M������ ~������������ MIVrilCB.  IIMIrl JJUM l������  V fi-Oi hru ncflE.in sh Riuincn nr.u vmui.  .* Mas. "Wiuslq-Ws Soothino Syritp has bec������  ������ed for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of  JWOTHEKS for their CHILDREN WHILB  .rwruijifi, -i-ii-b PE?F������f-T SITCCK^S. tt  SOOTHES "tie CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS.  _XLAYS aii PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, and  in the beat remedy for DIARRHO-V. It ia aii-  ������olutely harmless. Be sure and ask for "Mrs,  "Wiuslow's Soothing Syrup." and tui.e ao oth<&  kind.   Treaty-five cents a bottle.  FARMt-RS HANDY ACCOUNT POOK  Just what yoa r -juire to keep .-*.-  count of your expenses. Drc.i , _  line to yonr local Bank. They will  send you onr for the a king.  She  had hard features and an acid express-; that's all right,  ion? and   she  determined   to   see   the;  editor at one.  Impossible, said William.  But I'm his wife, persisted th  Sandy went In*, the same  place again, ordered a drink and put  down threepe :ce. It was a different barman, but  he protested.  No, no srid Sandy.      No, no. mon;  lady.  Tiia.'s   what   th -*y  ail  say.   said  the  yesterday.  Minard's  I saw yer pictur ������  Liniment        Lumber. ..an'3  Friend  What Tizzies *ie, said Uncle  Snooks as he lool up from a book  b? was consulting, is this: If a nu.n  is standing ou the side of a hill or  mountain how is h.. to settle in his  mind whether h3 is on an acclivity  or declivity? According to my dictionary here the former is a slope up  and the latter . a slope down. I've  never yet seen a slop: up that didn't  slope down.  g-'^'-^^mk*������*^-^!  WATuni-ROOF  COLLARS  AND  CU.VS  America.  I     Had there been no emigration from  Ireland   during   the   last   decade,   the  Somet���������intr   bettor   than   linen,   and   no  lnundry     bills.    Wash   with     Soup     and  Water.    All stores, or direct.    State style   normal   Increase  in  population   would  and   Bize.    i or   25c.    we   will   mull    yor  THE   ARLINGTON    CO.    OF   CANADA.  Limited  58   Fr    Avenue,   Toronto.   Ontario  Doubtless  Papn. asked Freddie, what Is the  difference between taking an oath and  uttering one?  Hin! Well, my son, his father answered, a politician takes an oath when  h������ goes ir.to office. Ilo utters one  ���������when he leaves lt.  Charity-  Do  you   think   $20   will   bo  enough  to   give   tho   minister?   enquired   the  proBprctlvc bridegroom.'  You'd   bettor  make   It  $25,   replied  the  best  man.       Ho  ie  going  to  be  married himself next   vee'k.  Hard and soft corns both yield to  IiOllovr'ay's Corn Cure, which Is entirely Bate to use, nnd certain and  ���������attafactory l*-- Its action.  Worse Than a Mormon  Capetown.���������Norman McKay, who  ���������waB sentenced recently nt Durban for  forgery, had during his career, proposed to and had been accepted by  elxteon women, >.'lth nine of whom  1 - eloped.  Cause Enough  Yoii flay you don't Intend to marry  MIhb Whopper?  That's what I eald. Two men have  come between us.  Two?  Y-pb: a preacher and the man sho  mnrriod.  r*or* ��������� In'^ntionn nometlme������ even outlive the headache that g>av������* tlieiu  birth.  f/,..prus. Y  m  >.' v ���������*���������������. '^.'"v-  **>���������*���������I miW!^W3ltrVrmxr*BkSimmm\ i n iimjiMi V  BOc. a hoy or nix ! -we* for t2 GO,  at all dealers, or The Dodds Medicine   Comprtiiy,   uiniiibu,  I  V4I Ulllvj.  v. ... I*., w.m .  have been at the rate of 26.000 each  year. But, with the single exception  of 1008. the drain of emigration exceeded the normal increase of population by. on an average. 4,000 every  year. Worse still, the bulk of the  emigrants consists of persons between  the ages of 15 and 35 the period when  they would be of the greatest economic value to the nation. However,  the drain of emigration has, since  1851-61, decreased in each subsequent  decade, and there Is good reason to  hope that when the noxt census is  taken Ireland will be able to show an  increasing population.  Citizens of Ireland's capital met ln  the Mansion House last week under  the chairmanship of Ireland's first citizen, the lord mayor of Dunlin. They  did not hold a public meeting. Ad  dresses were delivered by the lord  mayor, John Dillon, M. P., and Joseph  Devlin. M.P., but the business of the  hour waa to Inaugurate tho home rule  fund for 1913 in the metropolis and  before the proceedings termlnrted the  sum of $6,500 .tad been subacrll.ed  by thobe present. Thus, Dublin  broke its own record���������a _roat feivt  when the patriotic generosity of lis  citizens last year is remembered, and  it must he noted th.tt the $6,500 raised  ao readily la only the nucleus of Dublin's contribution to tho fund. Tho_e  who had been circulating the ..ti. -  hoods that the Iris peoile were not  home rulers at >eart, and thut only  a few agitators kept the movement  alive, may not havo the grace to feel  ashamed of themselves���������but they will  Buroly muster up ei-ough prudence to  abandon pretense so glaringly untrue  and ridiculously untenable.  As Dublin has begun, ho Ireland  will continue. She stands either to  rt'ull'.'p her n;.tlon*il aHplratlonf* within tho next twelve montbR or so, or,  if tin* fates are unkind, to have all tho  hopes of l- "u t'ashed to the ground;  and tlio prospect of another period of  agitation nnd turmoil opened up ,Vr  her. At ihe present moment everything point- to victory lor tho home  rule bill. And the home rule bill  ! momifi th������- best constitution lrolnnd  I f.ver p*v'HeHHe������l, from whatever st*ind-  point the bill Ih considered. Faction! win may at (nek ihi������ finance of the  bill, but tho lrlBh parly and the Irish  pi'Oph* are hiitinned that the financial  settlement Ih JiihI. and rotinonablo, un-  der the clrcumiitniiceii, 'ami given our  '���������niiiitry a fair, even an excellent  chance of ret.rlc.vli g ll.n prosperity.  Tim real fa:.t In that with fae.tloiilnm  It  Is a ''(ihe of rule or ruin;   li   hns  1 l   ltl|������)UM'     HMl'lf    llll'llllllllll-    llf    nil llll',     llllll  ili>!   Irish   | eople   will   lake  good   care  iliul   It   i liiill  not. ruin.  Although tbem nri������ no mcdli-iil  1m-ii���������  cfltit  under the   lu'iuriiiif"  ji.M   in   Mil.*  coin.try,   frktlriii   haa   ulrcn.ly   nrlitr-  iM-twi'iMi the il icioru und the inaurnnce  (.���������uIiiiiiIiihIdim rn  | I   I   l'l  l , IH   "I I ,"ll       ���������������������������',,      I "I 11. I'll li I   l>      llll)       I,Ml,  CHILDREN H THE HOME  Wr.en th_re are children in the  home it requires constant attention  to keep them free from the many  childhood ailments which come so  quickly���������some of them proving fatal  while others leave the little one cross.  restless and - ea.k. To keep little  ones well Baby's Own Tablets must  be kept in the house. These Table.*,  regulate- the stomach and bowels,  break up "coldi, and fevers; exnel  worms and make teething easy. The  Tablets arc  sold by medicine oealeis  ��������� hv mall at 25 cents a box from The  Dr. * Williams' Medicine Co., Broc-  ville. Oat.  ���������Twas Tetter So  They   were   engaged.     Perhaps  repented;   perhaps he did  it only foi  CjA'.l     I   ������>���������  ..11. XJIXI\.       ..��������� ���������  My darling hithel. ��������� what would you  say ir. 1 were to tell you thai 1 cannot  marry   you.  I would cay, my dearest love, that  I have a big brother who would make  it warm for you, and that I have some  ;f tne sweetest little billets-doux tha:  would make it expensive for you,  Jeorge dear.  But you know I *>-iven't said it.  I know you haven't, my pet.  So we'd better get married, hadn't  C P. R    Flower Day )  It  Is  just   tw   .i.v-four  -,earf   since  an .employ     of  the   C.P.R.   raised  a!  few   varieties  of  flower  seeds   in   hi's j  own" garden    and    distribute 1    them I  * hiring  his  fr.ends  in    the    company j  will-  the idea of beautifyicg to some"  i-xiem  the  ion.ewhat bnrren aspect of  the - statu: ph". en   Lhe   railroad   round  houses and   .nr    offices on the ���������om-  paay's property        It was a small beginning ?ju   t-daj. the C.P.R.. is celebrating its semi-ananr.l flower day and  the littl-  seed planted in  the eurller  da:' has grown f- such an extent tlmt  it requires a Hora' department to handle   the   *v.-������rk   and   instead   of   a   few  package:-,  of  seeds  hu_d..l  out   to   i  limited   number  of  employe-   no  less  t: au 150,000 packet' of various varieties- have been distributed  to station  agents,  sect'o       foremen,     thos*     in  char_e of round  houses, yurd ofilat-s  and all emiloyes living on company's  property,   showing  an   Inclination   towards the cultl ution of flowers.      In  th:* fall a million of bulbs were given  out and the bene   - of these is now Le-  lag folt, us trim the Atlantic to the  Paciiir.   and  even  on   . Vancci. ver    Island, the traveller will _ce the delightful  results  from  the  rail   planting of  these luxurious flowers.     Even In the  nikls'   or the   'rallies where men are  permanently encamped working on the  irrigation   ditcher,   at   forty   diffe.eut  points have seeds been sent lor cultivation,   which   ia  another  demonstration  of  the  effec*;     the     tending  .of  fi     ������-���������s  lias  on the human  miad and  body.    These  men   lake    .  great   delight in ca.'ing for the plants as they  gradually grow     \d  enjoy theii*  fragrance as much a,    the    man    nearer  home.     TI. j influences and    acourage-  ment of flower growing on the C.P.R.  during the last twenty-four years has  materially assisted in the inauguration  of flora1 societies    in    almo:      every  town  along the lines of  the  .system,  and   an  e amination   will   show   that  actively connect       with    these    hundreds   of   societies   a'      employes   of  the C.P.R.     whose    first    lesson    in  flower   culture   and   the   love   of   the  b*"v"tiful were Jearusd in the service  of  the  company  under  th     stimulating influences of the    Florai    depart-  ent.    Statlcr     improveuients    have  led to town  imp. ovements and often  the   C.P.R.    is   ..sked   to   co-operaie  with some of these institutions tor the  beautifying of open    spaces,    and    In  many instances the station is a sort  of  bu**eau    for    flown*    information,  while  the  florpl  department  at'Mon-i  treal   is   lookeJ   upon   as   the   headquarters of flower Information for the  whole of the C.P.R, system from the  .-' 'T-tntic to the PaJflc.        In    every  division        special        prizes are  awarded for thi best disoiays and  manv of the employes have become so  interested in the work as to try their  results agoinst.the best in the country by exhibition at the big exhibitions. In many 'netanees thev have  been v?ry snecvsful and have carried  awav   th^     prerel������.     erize? Many  agents havp wonderful vegetable wardens in the - =t "or the climate is  such that anything can be grown.  5_  your Bowels ������������������'?������������������?  Cut out cathartic* and purgatives.. They *r* -  Irutai���������harsh-unncccsbary. try  CARTER'S LITTLE.  UVER PILLS  Purely vegetable. Act  KC'nlly on Ihelivor,  eliminate bile.and  ���������loothe thcdcli-  rateinembr.ine  ofthe bowel.  Cure Con-  siioaiion.  Bilious-  Sick Headache Oil- Indigestion, as millions bio*.  Small Pill, Small Dose. Small Pried ���������  Genuine must bear Signature  SB ���������we������i*<*.    I.  | plus. [  J*____aa   .     i  A Splendid io cent  Household Spe-T  cialty is being Introduced all over Canada.    It is Appreciated by the Thrifty  Housewife who* wants things "Just. A.  Little Better."    Send Post Card to- \  dav.    Si-inlv sav :-���������  "Send Household Specialty ad- .  vertised   in   my   Newspaper."  That's all 1 You will be Delighted I Pay  if Satisfied,    We lake the risk.    Send j  to-day !  Address P.O. 1240, Montreal. {  DON'T MISS THIS OFFER.  ������Ftaa_ Are Guara_-iee<i  Why tak- chances in buying a pair  ������.f gloves when youcang-4 apot-tive  guarantoo T ac' _d by Canada's'  iarg-si glovo factory in the  S.B0=l,PL?at.S_iei-���������lGVCs  mads from .pccially- tunned horse-  hid-.     G"aranteed wet ^ro it, wind "*  pr of, st am and heat proof.   Send  frr ilb--trations.  HU3SORJ BAtf- KM-lTn-Ne C������a  [     Canaila'-TxEicirCGaoUs;.-  Cin5u-iSaiie-a.    1  ������W������f M _ UIKWAli,;.  \  Flfc?lCE   DUEL   IN    PARIS  we;  He Understood  The man au:l his rflfe In the motor  car came race to face with the man  on a heavily-laden wagon in a narrow  lane. Quite as a matter of courre  the husband r.iade a move to back out  and allow the wagon to pass. But  his wife objected.  Let him hack out she said coldly.  We were here lirst. He must have  seen us coming.  Her husband pointed out that a  sharp curve lu the road rendered this  Impossible.  I don't care reiterated the dame in  the car. I don't Intend to move. I'd  ra'.her remain here all day.  But���������,   the   husband   began   feebly.  Gio over, man, aaid the carter, and  the tones of his voice expressed a  great sympathy. Don't argy any  more. I'll back DUt. I've got one  like hor at 'onie!  An epileptic dropped in a fit on tee  of the streets of Boston not long ago  and was taken to r. hospital. Up^n  removing his coat there was found  pinned to his waistcoat a slip oi . ���������  per on which .vas written:  This ls to infoim the house surgeon  that this.-s just a case.of plain fit*,  not appendicitis My appandix has  already been lemoved twice.  Employer���������Yes, I advertised for ���������*.  strong boy. Do you think you will  suit?  Applicant���������Well, have just finished thrashing three other applicants  out in the passage.  m^mmm*mmmm*****m****m*w ���������*  It's better to deliver ths goods than  to be caught with them on you.  MOTHERHOOD  SUGGESTIONS  . ..  f  Advice to Expectant Mother.  The Pill -"������������������*��������� "rioas Relief.���������When  after o'-ie h"- -*������i*-'akpn of a -meal he is  onnresspd hy f������>������!.'*ifs of fullness and  pains in the pt^^iacii he cri-rs fror-"*  "ysr-eos-ia.   wh'eh    ������vMV   per**''" it  be not "*"*<-**������������������ "*t with. Parnielefe's Vet-  eiable Pills are th������ vpry b^st medlfiir^  that can he taken to bring relief.  These l.ills are spce'allv com- jundrd  to fl^al with dysneps'a. and their  sterling cmalities In this r -p:3t can  l.e vouched for b/ legions of users.  Card tricks for/Vn an Important part  In the stock in trade of nearly every  sleight-of-hand performer, says a  writer in the Hamburg Artistische  Nachrlchun, am", while they amuse  us they hardly ever merit special attention . There has recently, howevt .���������  appeared on the stage a man who has  gone several steps beyond tho great  army of dexl-.ous card manipulators.  Of course there is nothing superhu- J fenslve  man about It all, but in seeing this! the aggressor  blindfolded man pick thirty cards  which had been selected by six different persons and telling'the order In  which they were drawn frt.n ane/  pack which he had never handled  makes one marvel at a peculiar sklil  which might easl"-!   pa. , for magic.  Journalist and Deputy Are Antagonistic and Each Means Business  Paris, Prance.���������A fierce and prolonged duel with swords took placo at  Neuilly, a surburb of Paris, recently,  between M. Berthculat, the brilliant  and-clever editor of La Liberte. and  M. Ceccaidi, tht well-known Radlcal-  Locialist deputy. The affair arosa  out of some arti-les published in La  Liberte after the recent debate in the  chamber ou the amnesty ������iuestion.  \Ti7Tr������������*���������      f1i_     arlvofoovi/jQ     mot-     rin     t\,0,  . .   .1 ��������� ..        v.������^-       MU .  v. ..........       ���������. %. v       ....        ......  field M. Ctccald: first began to make  violent thrusts at his opponent's face  but thesj_ were adroitly parried.  Once M. tjerihoulat'������ sword touched  the g.ound and the direct"������r ���������. ' the af-?  fair at once varied haltl  M. Ceccaidi stopped at one;, bul  M. Berthoulat. carried away by his  feelings, did not respond to "the command, .-.nd his sword pievcr*d M. Cec-  caldi's shoulder. In spite of the injury, M. Ceccaidi insisted on continuing the duel.  More fur'ov.j than ever before, v <>  fight was resumed, M. Berthoulat for  the moat part, remaining on the de-  Soon, howover. he was again  .nd he inflictei. a wound  Fond Mother���������Nov/ ECvard, sk  down r.nd tell me why the teacher  whipped you.  Edward���������If -t's all the same to you,  I'd rather stand up and toll you.  Ask for  Minard's and take no otln-r  t^i-iiM'i****n-n^mi   ������������������ mm*mm*  No Chance to Escape  1 touldn't get out of marrying her,  Henpeck explained        When Bhe ���������* j-  posed ulie said:   Will you marry mo?  Have you any objection?      You seo,  no matter whether I Bald yco, or no,  she had inc.  Why   didn't  you   jnnt   keep   silent,  then? Inquired his friend.  Thn t's   what   1   did.   and   she  said:  alienee glvoB . onacnt, and thnt ended  It.    Thn hoiiHp Is bo lonesomo without  you and the dear chlldron, writes  HlibblnH now to tho absent wife, who  is with the family at hor mother's.  But. tin* fallhrul muld-cf-nll-work  writes: Shure. in n, Mr. r'.lhblns  .hasn't .ici-ii in uUll after twoi.e  o'clock ne.tr a night biuoc you left.  CaulhniH, Anyway.���������Pa.lhi>r--~Tlint  young man of yours has moro bruins  than I gavo Iilm crodH for.  Daughter���������Oh, papa, yon don't really moan if?  Path cr--Yes, Instead of .mmlii'- io  hoo me he called me up on Urn tr>U>.  phone.  bmall wook  o."   the   Kngllidi  Tal Price for n  Lniiihui. -a copy  llljon Aliriinm* lor 1HIIS, wl Ich nieim-  ui'cii only thi*i",-i|unrfi,rn ci' an llioh by  Ih'i'ilnht'i <>.' an l'-<'h und Ih cncloticil  In n mnniccn ciiho with a iiUigiiTylui;  A   iK'iili- or  toi'ii  lor I i;Iiuih   io   n'lii:   it,   \ as   i.uui   al   rHnllic-  !���������..���������.,' I ' ��������� I '  W.    N.   U     0-19  ii^o by i In* riniiiiibir-loiiiTH, juuI acconl-  Ing tn  It,  tin* JiiiiiiH to bn allowi'd  for  I  a  i-wrMlbiHti'  vnrli-il  from  mi. ��������� i i i ,t  A drunken tun  IH   ihinr.  I <��������� 1'ti.iwn  will tell you evcry-  -but. whai'n tho iihc?  The experience of Motherhood is a try-  Inn: one to most women and marks dis*  tinctly an epoch in thoir lives. Not one  woman in a hundred is prepared or, un-  j detstands how to properly care for herself. Of course nearly every woman  nowadays has medical treatment at  such times, but many approach the  experience with.on organism unfitted  for the trial of strength, and when it  is over her system haa rocelved a shock  from which it ia hard to recover. Following right upon thia cornea the nervous strain of caring for tho child, and  a distinct change in tho mother results.  Thf-re Is nothing more charming than  a happy and healthy mother of children,  and IndeebVfchlld-blrth under the right  conditions need be no hazard to health or  beauty. The unexpiainabie tiling la that,  with all tha evidence of shattered nerves  and broken health resulting from an unprepared condition, and with ampin time  in which to prepare, women will pcraiut  in going blindly to tho trial.  Every woman nt thia time should rely  upon Lydia E.Plnkham'aVogotablo Compound, a moat Vfcluablo tonic and Invjg-  orator of the female organism.  In many homos  once childless thore  nro now children bo-  cnii'iH of the fact  that Lydia E. Pink*  ham's Vegetable  Compound makes  women normal,  healthy and strong.  If you want spucuu uuvice wrm* u>  w    ,..*������.     ...      ���������.������,..������������������      ���������������������.,   ���������������������������,.,,    #4,.,       /������������������..������<������,  JUtllkM  U| J, lllHUHM ������������Wl..������.������4iu   Wi.   l,kwil..  ilmiUnl) Lynn, NftttH.   Vour l<ittr<i" will  ���������������������������-* 'ipciiod, rcml and auHwenMl  by n  itin  Pkul hold in shlct coufldcuco.  Gibbs���������You say your friend la a  very prolific writer of Action. What  Bort of fiction.  Dibs���������I.  O.  tf.'s mostly.  on M. Ceccaldi'B chest.  The secondfa at once Intervened and  the'flght'was Btop.*������>d. The surgeons  in attendance found that the r'-lilting had been penetrated. Late * ���������  the evening a bull ������4n -was I* ue*. In  this the surgeons say that although  both M. Ceccald'*s wounds are d. p,  no complications have as yet arisen.  Fined for Blowing a Kiss  Geneva.���������A Swiss architect was  fined $7 for blowing a kiss fro ��������������� ine  window ot a railway compartment at  Same Station, to a young girl with  whom he waa acquainted.  Ponder This���������You'll be sorry sot e  day that you dldn". marry.  Well; I'd rather not be married and  be hoi ry I wasn't thun be married ai.d  sorry I was.  Fate of the Fare  The porli." gentleman hailed tho  pasttlng cab, Cabby, ho Bald, $1.50  If you drlvt. mo to the station in leaa  than fifteen minutes.  In he Jumped and nway went cabby  at a rattling rate. On reowl '**_ the  station ho wns dellghtod to wee that  ho had still three minutes t spare.  As soon as the door was opened the  fare stepped out, panting and mopping  his streumlnK brow.  Whatever'.i the matter? asked cabby .  Matter! Phow! Can't yo.. -see thnt.  the bottom's dropped ont of the cab  and I've had to run all tho v/ay to tho  station. Phow I Thon, as he looked  about him, hi������ purple face bccoiijlii,'  mauve. Cabby, he eald, you'vo  brought me l.o the wrong station, and  I've lost tho Lrnin.  No  day  Is  long  enough  to  waste  any of lt nursing a grouch.  Pinches  A rngRort urchin trudge l Into tho  uhoomal.cr'u and laid a big pair of  shoos on tho lountnr.  Mo father '.vantu dose shoos stretched, ho said.  All rUIH, replied the "ho-nniiker,  where do they pinch  l.lm?  Aw. nnHW'-rci. I.lie young.stcr, dey  don't phicl. him���������ho -olnchod dem!  London.���������A farmer a*.    Holt,    Nor-  ���������       ....  IlllkV,     111/.I.IV- w..*.    '    ������������,    J ..*,..-.     i',   , ...w*.     ......  f.x.1^ in.rfe nru. nnd nltho'iirb -.inniv  lomptliig offcni have boon mud. to  hlni. he niri.ai.-t to part with this i:or-  clno 'roalc.  The World's  Confidence in  any article intended to relieve  the sufferings of humanity is  not lightly won. There must  bo continued proof of value-  But for three generations, and  throughout tho world, enduring and growing1 fame and  favor   have   been   accorded  RFFrilAlVI'e  ���������rJUIC���������������#_���������_���������MW  NT  PILLS  br-onunft thoy havo prnvi>d to  be the best corrective and  preventive of disordered conditions of stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels. The first  dose gives quick relief and permanent improvement follows  their systematic use. A trial  will show why, in aU home*-*,  the  uso of Beecham's   Pilla  _0^^_tf-_*_Mkfl*4 _i __& _i _l_Wk __���������__  **W*4P*fc IHHJ^   (4%M0 mwmm,  00%%   imm%\   Jmmm  Sultl ������i.������iywl.*,r*.   !��������� *U>m4������, '.".& i.������4it*.  TU liro*������l itU ml smr m������i\e\m*.   W������ ������������������������ *l  mstamt !��������� r������������4 lk������ 41mm**I*������* mUk ������v������ty Imm.  *���������'.:  t**mm  mmm aagtaaaa  i*'  _i  ir  THE    CRESTON  i-*  REVIEW,    CRESTON,  4  '��������� "''���������'  ':';-  B. C.  i -' ;  ���������#>  'i';?*   -y������ 'o>--* v*a  i *oe������ &as_ 9 -���������_?������������������������  CLOSE TO ONE BILLION DOLLARS  c'S  THE  HUGE '.'ESTIMATE  ENGLAND AND JAPAN  Chancellor Lloyd George Staggers  the Nation In Introducing the Budget���������The Large Increase is Caused  by Expenditures for Army r.-td K^vy  Armaments.  London.~It will lost the staggerina;  tstfm of $978,200,000 to run the British  government during the ensuing fiscal  year, according to the 'chancellor,  Lloyd George", who introduced his budget ln the House of Common*-. This  is a big increase, the augmentation being caused by expenditures for army  and navy a ,*maments.,  _ According to the chancellor, the  British public is going on tlie water  akin in tradition to the original found-  The '���������Times Expresses ars Opinion on  California Scheme  London.���������Inter? in the development of the* question of the Japanese  colony in California is very considerable here? The Times in an editorial  this morning says-  Public feeling in Japan lias been  strongly aroused and it is clear from  indignation meetings Y'/hich have been  held that rno Japanese believe that  the dispute to > merely symbolic of  the whole question of their future status in the world. Dispassionate- observers can, at ieajt, aporeclate the  feeling at work on both sides.  The action of the California legislature only represent one phase of the  rising alarm in the'United States at  tbe growth  of large  populations  i.������t  wagon. His speech showed that 23,-  000,000 gallons less spirits v. ere drunk  in the past four years than in the  preceding period.  The export trade of the country is  not at its high water mark. The  chancellor said nt would be prepared  to raise $25,000,000 outside of known  revenues. No new taxes will be imposed.to meet the expenditures.  The European money stringency,  Bald the chancellor, is due to France  and Austria and Germany hoarding  $300,000,000 for any emergency which  might Involve war. British trade  ie increp.stng at the rate of about $5,-  000,000 annually.  While he could not remit an- taxes,  he expected to pull through without  levying any new imposts. This, he  said, was in spite of the fact that he  was faced with the necessity of finding the sum of ������37.500,000 more than  the revenue had brought him during  the fiscal year just closed.  The chancellor estimated that the  total revenue' on the existing basis of  taxation would be $979,125,000 leaving  a. margin of $925,000 over the estimated expenditure.  The cost of armaments, Chancello.���������  4uioy������:, ������jieors������ r������msr������c6u, Is tne largest,  and most sterile increase in the expenditure, and I cannot see any prospect of this menacing development  coming to an ..nd, unless some change  tajkes plae_ in the attitude and policy  of the nations concerned.  The expenditure or. education and  social reform was lauded on the other  hand by the phancellor as reproductive work, promising strength, happiness and efficiency to the nation.  The Chancellor drew an encouraging  cheer from the House with the statement that although the consumption  ?of spirits had actually decreased by  :.?3,000,000 gallons in four years, the  revenue had increased, he said by  $25,0000,000 so proving that his method of tax in j the tariff in liouor was  one of the most successful imposts  that had ever been levied.  ers of the American nation. On a  solid mass of ten million negroes there  has been superimposed a dense layer  of backward people** from Southern  and Eastern Europe, and the whits  recpi- in the western states have an  additional dread of competition from  Asia by  folk who can underlive the  ���������tni'V*, ���������!-<-*���������.    v-V* rw'vt, Tnwn *���������������       *���������*.���������������������    +.V. .������������    ������<-U/\^.   ti/iwd  ��������� ������������������������*__.   ���������������������*���������,*������ .     ���������   ���������*���������<*> i*a(>t   vjj*i   i-Ub-c:   uuttri    liauu  though cherishing no impossible,  dreams, is gal Ing a foothold on the  American continent and is keenly resentful of importations of racial inferiority . it is the humiliation which  wounds her and the proud, sensitive  natio.i which has newly won a place  in t' * world fe<' acute tha*# her sa.c-i  rifices and struggles have not yet-  achieved for her all the recognition  which she deems to be her due.  It is precisely because such inflammatory susceptibilities are discern-  able in both quarters that we hope  President Wilson will succeed in his  efforts to obtain either an abandonment, or at any rate, a modification  of the threatened Californian legislation.  POWERS ARE WORRIED  FALL OF SCUTARI PRESENTS AN  INTERNATIONAL PROBLEM  C.P.R. to Use Telephones in West  Winnipeg.���������The Canadian Pacific  Railway will construct 4,775 miles of  telegraph ..ire during 1913. An immense programme is mapp ^d ont by  officials of tt * company for western  Canada, and it is ultimately their intention to use telephones exclusively  throughout the west with the exception of small branch lines. *_*he use  of telephones for conducting the business of despatching trains and earry-  . ing commercial messages will La  adopted in the course of the next  few years. Two thousand, two hundred and eighty miles of lines will  be operated this year by telephone.  French Prsss Quiet About Scandal  Paris.���������The entire press except the  anti-militarists are preserving in extraordinary silence about the Krupp  scandal. The absence of editorial  comment is taken generally as a  courteous rebuke to the German outbursts on the Nancy Incident, and not  a suspicious sign of the truth of the  charges which, except in one or two  cases, are said tc ho highly uncertain.  The Figaro, the only paper as yet  directly accused, does not deny that  It received Krupp o/ertures, merely  stating that it never printed the alleged articles to increase French  hatred of Germany.   *s ,  Build Line*} Into Biggar  Biggar, Sask.���������-Railway construction work centering at Biggar continues to go forward on an elaborate  scale, and tho Indications accumulate  pointing to this city as "Wie eventual  location of a home terminal and cen-  traL divisional headquarters. Early  ln May the G.T.P. brld. ��������� ovor tho  Bow river is expected to be completed aftor which the final portion of tlie  line will be laid into Calgary. Meanwhile rapid progreia Is reported on  t-nok laying of tho "Blggiir-Cnlcnry  lino, tho line of stool now reaching  to within a fow miles west of this  city.    **  Wheat Yield 200*00,000 for 1913  Winnipeg.���������The head offices of the  G.T.P. estimate that the wheat yield  for the coming year will be at least  200,000,000 bushels. The G.T.P. and  the C.N.R. vill have space for the  storage of at least one-tenth of this  output, the storage being measured for  grain that will be in the elevators at  one time. Their capacity for handling the grain.this year is considered  better -than it ever w_s, and the officials are satisfied that no blockade  will occur with the coming of the navigation season, and in the west all eyes  have been turned to th..* elevator capacity   and   the   G.T.P.    makes   the  ���������irB^\i1|1r\*rrrt*r*i#*'   n*������nAi''t������/n>������*'^w''  **m*XJ.\J tV -������������������3    uuiiu uuvvuicut ��������� "���������  In Alberta there are 18 elevators  with a capacity of ^05,600 bushels:  Saskatchewan, 75 with a 3,785,000  bushel capacity;" Manitoba. 25 with  918,000 bushels; Georgian Bay ports,  ]0 with 9,860.000 b..shels; West Fort  one with 6,000,000 bushels; Montreal,  pne with 1,180,000 bushels; total, 22,-  649,000. It is to _e borne in mind  that these figures represent what can  be stored at one time, and does not  affect wheat" which is in transit.  An Unusur. and Exiraordlnary S'.tva-  tlon Now Confronts Europe���������The  Next Step of the Powers in Facin_  the New Situation is Difficult to  Forecast.  London.���������The ne of the fail of  Scutari to the Montenegrins has been  received - with extraordinary demonstrations o" joy in all the Allied Capitals, notatly Belgrade, and- the BulgarianPremie ��������� has sent effusive congratulations to the Montenegrin Premier, ,  The first effe' of the fall of the  fortress has been the extension of the  International., naval blockade to Dur-  a?,zo. hut what, will b' the next step  of the Powers in facing the new sit-  uatltr. Is difficuJY to forecast. According J > th" view prevailing at St.  Petersb ��������� ,- the coercion of Montenegro wou.'. not be an easy u.- ".er.  Austria-'*-.ngery ha*-; already made  definite pro osals to the Powers with  a view to compelling Montenegro to  evacuate Scutari, but ii Is not certain  that such proposals will be welcome.  The Vienna correspondent of The  Daily Telegraph assert: that the us-  trian government has repeatedly, but  vainly tried to induce the Powers to  consent to tlie landing of forces from  the iutern-itional fleet to bring pressure upon K'.ng Nicholas. He i*dds  that Aust.-Ian patience is now exhausted and that Austria insifto either that the Powers compel Montenegro to evacuate Albanian territory, including Scuta-i, or that Austria can  be given a mandate tc du so. . \us-  trla believes that an expeditionary  force of 4.000 can achieve this ta-k  without bloodshed,  and    unless    the  MORE NEED FOR RESEARCH  ��������� ... ,    . ,        mines,   the   Investigation   of   sulphur  Powers  speedily come to a decision,^.   ^    gtTaw   pe ^   woodBartc.,   the  Dr.  George Bryce, ef the Royal Commission,   Says  Canada   L   Losing  Greatly  Ottawa.--The crying need which  exists in Canada for industrial research was emphasized in an int< -  view with Dr. George Bryce, of Winnipeg, member bf the roya. commission on technical education, who has  returned to this city fo.* the final  meetings o? the commission.  Too many officers said Dr. Bryee.  have not been educated in the knowledge of the schools, but are men who  know practically *: "-thing of applied,  science and who in consequence. La"e  forced their way uo through sheer  fighting ability p- X through the application of principles which they do not  udderstann. I.fany manafactv.r_4.-ii  think it sufficient to have a so-called  practical ma" one not Instructed but  simply an expert mechanic, wl.o  serves ..s a guide, philosopher aiid  friend. Such a manufacturer docs  not val ..e expert advice, shuts his  eyos to thr waste' .j his business, settles down .o a career of non-orogress-  iveness. agitate, for a higher duty  upon his products and then, dissatisfied, turns is thoughts to fc ���������'-*-' n-  legal comb'naMo-B ,vhere t. ��������� re���������edv  for many of his difficulties is scientific research.  After printing out that a different  state of affairs exists in Germany and  in the T'nited States, where there are  institution-- of higher learning and in  scientific occupations no fewer than  600 i������ro'iiiis������to'S of Toronto us! ,'crs^y. a  \f \r V      ^^ m mmm mm mm ^* ^. m* xj      **-^ m A.   x^ m m* mm m> \^       *.- m^ v mm ^  w > v t/   9      ���������-  direct loss to Canada, which sho--1  have kept these men. Dr. Bryce pointed out that theie were scores of problems needing scientific examination  In Canadian Industries. Some of  these were the utilization of tlie Cobalt tailings in    the    Cobalt    silver  W.ll  Likely Bore for Gas  Wainwright, Alta ���������It has recently  been pointed ou   that Wainwright is  in a direct line north of the Medicine  she will act alone.  The press of the whole c'l Eurote  recognizes hat the situation is extremely serious. The ambassadorial  conference met fn London and discussed the peace negotiations and the  fall of Scutari.      I. is understood an  agreement was reached.  ...    ��������� f   Another German Airship in France  Nancy, France.���������Another ialerna-  tional military aviation incident- occurred on the Franco-German frontier  when a German army aeroplane alighted on French territory at Nord Arra-  court. Two German officers In uni-  forjn were on boarJ  The local military police and French  customs ^fficei's hastened to the spot  ������ and Captain Devall explained to them  that his gasoline bad become exhausted. He had thought at the time of  landing that he was on the German  side of the frontier.  The French administration officials  are conducing an investigation and  meanwhile the German aeroplane is  kept under detention.  The French_ ministers of v ar and  interior, after they had heard the report of the civil arid military autb.--  ities, decided that the landing was unavoidable.  The aeroplane was released and returned t������ Germany  util'zation of .."-wage   etc.  The means of research could bo applied either by government assistance or' private benefaction but Dr.  Bryce considered it could best be done  by governments. Dominion lc al and  municipal, co-operating in advanced  technical education by the co-operative  association of universities and technical schools ?ssisted by the support  oi Canadian manufacturers.  x as-*  REPORT  in their opini< i indications wouid  seem to justify extensive investigations with a '^w to ascertaining the  character and location of the natural  gas resources of this vicinity. "Wain-  wrlght's industrial expansion during  the past few months has'been especially encouraglikj.: and substantial;  and it is believed that with the additional impetus that would be derived  from the finding of gas in commercial  quantities an era of large development wouL' be assured. An appro-'  priation for this pur. cse is now under  consideration \iy the city council.  'yveekiy  Grain    Letter    Supplied    by  Thompson, Sons & Co., Grain fVler-  _.  chants,  Vr inr.ipf���������***  Winnipeg, .__pril  22.���������The  markets  during the   past    Week    have    ruled  MILLER'S RELEASE  His  C.  Lecture by Sir Wllllr.m Osier  Now 'Haven, Conn.-���������Sir William  Oalor, tho English mcdlciil authority,  dollvori'd tho/ first of flvo Sllllmnn lw-  turt'H on 'The evolution of modern  inortlclno' at Yale. The lecture dealt  with t.ho..origin'of medicine ln primitive man, nnd Its rolntlonto magic and  religion. Tho character of ancient  mmllclno mny be studied todliy, hn said  in China, whore charms, enchantments  and -float'h-bnnlidling1 lM*rb������ are tmivcr  nilly employed.  Rush Work on the Pas Term Inn I a  The Puts. Man.���������Chiot Eiin-.lnii'r  Armstrong, of the 11ndium flay railway, bus rucuivetl -definite Jii������(iuctloiin  to otart work aa oarly as possible, on  the huge terminals on the south niiin  recently purchased hy tho dopurtmcut  of railways from the department of  Indian affairs. Whon all the ground  bought, and olhoi'v.lao uoourod has  brum utilized by the repair tdiopn,  roundhouses, depot and forty tracks,  ovor six hundred and fifty ac:ros will  bo employed.  Alberta Half Through Seeding  Calgary, Alta.���������From 40 to 50 per  cent of the seeding In the southern  part of the province and a greater  percentage in the north, haa been done  Is the report of the various experts  in the employ of the department of  natural resources of the Canadian Pacific railway, as made today.  Plan for Greater City  Calgary Alta.���������R. A. Ross, the  Montreal power expert, submitted a  report, to tho city council in whlc'j  he advises Calgary to plan Its power  possibilities for 200,000 people, tho  population which he estimates will he  living within the confines of Calgary  within 10 years.  Friends of State Prisoner A-.'<  Freedom on Usual Grounds  Ottawa.���������Tho release .of R.  Miller, of Montreal, from the Cr.rle-  ton county jail where he bas been  confined for two-^months for defying  parliament and refusing to divulge  the destination of $41,000 paid him to  get business for the Diamond, Light  and Heating Company of Montreal, is  the object of a petition \ '.lich was  put into - culation among the prisoner's fri nds in Montreal and elsewhere. Ill-health .is said to be the  chief ground on which the petition for  Mr. Miller's release was baseiY It  was contended that he Is failing physically by boingjiept in durance and  is too ill to be 1 ept in jail.  Dr Roche to Visit England Soon  Ottawa. ��������� Hon. Dr. Roche, minister of the Interior, will sail for England on tho Olympl from Nrw York,  on May 'V.. He will be absent, about  til . weeks n,ml will visit Scotland and  Ireland He will combine rest and  state business. The ocen.i voyage  has bpen (iroaented as a tonic effect  after hl������ recent severe Illness nnd in  Great Britain ho will .oolc into immigration matters wllh a view to a. partial rporfiaui'Mtio.. of the Canadian  Immigration agencies there.  strong aim higher, tji_ _ism strengthening influence again being the firm  tone apparent in the foreign markets.  A 0..m. X. ��������� -.      l.,H,.n��������� n.       ���������nnAA<nll,'       f���������        4- V������ 0.  A.   luri-H���������T   liiiiuc���������ce   coiici/ianj    414    xi.\S  United States markets, has been complaints of dry weather in western  Kansas. These complaints are perhaps a little premature as reliable authorities claim there is no change  from the >*e'cent high promises. There  has also been reports of graqs-hoppers  and other field pests frorii isolated  localities but these did no't&ount for  much as the i.rea said to be affected  was comparatively small. However  the mere fact that the trade vvas willing to consider rumors of this kind  shows that sentiment has rapidly  changed to the bull side and will readily take hold of any pretext or change  in crop prospects to put prices higher.  The general price situation as it exists at present is a healthy one but  the strongest believers in wheat values are not looking for a big upturn  in prices unless foreigners become excited and buy heavily regardless of  price, or unless there is a decided deterioration in the outlook for the  coming crops,. There has been phe-  t nomenal weather over the spring  wheat States and Canada for the time  of year and rarely has the seed gone  into the ground under more favorable  circumstances. Even tn districts  covered with water ten days ago soil  conditions are excellent for plowing  and seeding. No change appears in  the weekly summary of I'.ireign crop  conditions.      France and the United  America    3,568,000    bushels. The  amount on ocean passage this week-  showed a good increase; the total is  now "up to 66,048,000 bushels, last week  it waK64.040.000 bushels and 55,848,-  000 bushels last year. The visible  supply of wheat in Europe this week  amounts to 97,216,000 bushels against  94,400,000 bushels last week thus  showing an increase of 2,816,000 bus.  Last week there was aa increase of  2,600,000 bushels and last year an increase of 3,700,000 bushels when the  total amounted to 93,800,000 bushels.  The United States visible decreased  liberally at 2,462,000 bushels, last week  the decrease was 1,314,000 bushels  and last year it decreased 1,800,000  bushels. The total is now 52,995,000  bushels against 55,457,000 bushels last  week and 46,160,000 bushels last y.-ar -  The Canadian visible increased slightly bringing the total to 26,435,767 bushels compared to 31,092,94s .buoheia last  year.  Trading in futures on the Winnipeg  market has been generally light but  prices have been strong owing to the  higher Liverpool cables. Cash prices  for all^grades have jumped 2c. to 3e.  for the week. Offerings continue  small and exporters have been irregular buyers, some houses claiming export demand good while others said  bids were but of line. Navigation  is not officially open yet for although  some boats have left Fort William and  Port Arthur they have not been able  to reach the Soo owing to several  miles of ice piled up at the East end  of Lake Superior. A favourable  change of wind however is all that is  needed. Practically all the vessels  that have left Fort William  and Port Arthur so far took  on their cargoes during the winter months so that the congestion  will not be relieved until vessels arrive from the East. Today's closing  prices are 1 Northern wheat 91"/_c;  2 Northern 88%c; 3 Northern 86i<,c;  ,No. 4 83%c; Nc. 5 /8c; No. 6 73c;  Feed 63c; No. 1 Aiberta Red Winter  93%c; 2 A.R. 91%; 3 A.R. 88%c.  Futures closed Ma*1 92^4*. July 93*_c;  October 89%cf  Oats������������������    ���������''���������'���������/���������.  The oat market has been steady and  prices are a little higher. Today's  prices are _ C.W. oats 34%c; 3 C.W.  33c; extra 1 feed. 34c; 1 feed 33c; 2  feed 30-;_c; Futures closed May 35*4,0;  July 36%c. -  Barley���������  Enouiry for barley is fair. Malting  grades have advanced lc. but the feed  grades are unchanged. Today's  prices are No. 3 50c; No. 4 49c; Re-  iected 43c; Feed 42c.  Flax���������  The flax market has shown some of  its old time activity. Demand has improved and nrices have advanced 4c.  from where they were a week ago. Today's values are 1 N.W,C. 115%c;  2 C.W. 113c; 3 C.W. 105c. Futures  closed May 116%c; July 119%c: October  122% C;  All nrices aucted above are for in  stor������* Fort William or Port Arthur.  Treaties are Contracts  Washington'.' ���������Senator Chamberlain's resolution fo.' the abrogation of  the Hay-Pauncefote treaty in the  opinion of the state departments officials will be confronted with t..c  contention that neither the treaty nor  the Ciayton-Jtfuiwar treaty can be abi o-  gated by the action of the United  States wlthou": the consent of Great  Britain. These treaties, the officials  point out, are in the nature of civil  contracts t.nd where one party, the  United States, for instance, had acquired equable con: ".eration.-s on their  terms, it cannot escape the liability  without the full consent of the second  party. Diplomatically and according  to the verbiage of International law,  the Status of the United States, they,  the Statu*, of the United States is  one of National servitude.  TURKISH REFUGEES  *���������-.        i  i ��������� -ii  Sixteen   Trious���������������,d   are   in   a   Pitiable  State at Flera  Vienna,    Austria. ���������    Some    16,000  Turkish soldiers with whom ar, David  Pasha and all his generals, the rem  nants of the Vard: army and refug-  Kingdom send complaints of too much j ees from the fortress of Janina have  wet "weather hut otherwise the outlook   arrived at Flera on the coast of the  is favorable. Weekly statistics are  Inclined to bo bearish. The world's  shipments while not as large as last  week are liberal, being 14.544.000  bushels compared to 15,104,000 bushels  last week and 13,824,000 bushels last  year. There was a noticeable In-  crease In lhe shipments from Russia  which amoiint.i'il lo 2.040,000 bushels.  I Argentine    shipped  5,864,000 bushels,  Improving  Upper Cove  Calgary, Alta.���������Tho Dominion gov-  tunnu'iit   w:il expend $100,000 on the  Upper Cov<i ut Banff according to H.  ,T     r*1nriVi>    uur.'rlnto-ndfint   at  Mi   "m-  tlonal Park. Thoir work will atari. I  ,n;i.i, nn hiHiu ui-. in iiiniiH aro avail-'  able. Tho iKuuion opened early this I  year and already tho resort Is crowd-1  ������d with vlultoia. '  mtimm������^Btti:r  Adriatic sea.  The fugitives are said to be In a  pitiable state. The troops aro mo&t-  ly ill and sufferln-"* from starvation.  They  uro  completely   demoralized.  The whole of southern Albany has  been cleared of means of subsistence  by the various armies which have  marched through tho territory und  f iviiivo reigns among tho remaining  Inhabitant'., everywhere.  Enlarged Plans for Summ.T Fair  Brandon, Man. PlaiiH nre row well  in hand for the Brandon Summer Fair  and the exhibition promlsos to bo conducted on a scale ..Ithorto unthought  o? In this scctloi of tho Wost Since  the close of hist year's fair extensive  additions and Improvements havo boon  mado at the fair ground.-, which now  Include horticultural, llvo stock, flr.o  arts and educational departments, together with a woll'bullt .-rami stand,  uuui to be ono of the lurn'cut In Western Cnnuda. The niorcnutilo display  building will also be among tho special features, and tho newly organized  Hrnndon branch of the Canadian Manufacturers' Association pvomlijcs a  strong support to this departmon  the fair.  mmw������  mm^mmmkmiih' k^% $\v. \  Uibuuvary oi copper  li.oi.lu,   .\ .-.--t'ou'iideiul   ���������     i'x. ���������  niciit bus been stirred up In the Turtle Mountain district on account of  the illficivery of <?.. .������pr*r, which wuh  reeonlb sent to mining cuglncerH for  nnnlynlt*. It wan fir"'; thought It wan  gold, hut t.ho imnny'T claimed it w; .  ������������������ond copper ere. Joiner* then the  prospectors 1-..vo come cniiHltlornble  distances to look ovor thu country  with a view to ascertaining whether  inert) ih anytlun**; iu tin* ciiuuiH iiuulc,  LESSON     V ��������� _-CCND     QUARTER  FOR   MAC 4,  191*5  Text of lie Lesson, Gen. xi, 9-23.  Menn.ry V r_es, 14, IS���������Golden  Text, Jv b xxxh, 8���������Commentary  /Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stear .  Today's chapter b-ggests the dreams  ot" Scripture and shows how God use*;  even a dreaa. as a iinl- in His chain  of providences. He warned Abirne^  lech and 1-t.ban in a dream, revealed  Himseir to Jacob in dreams; ai*������  spoke to ^iiaroab and Nebuchad_e--  vcar in dreams (Gen. xx. 3, 6; xxvlii,  12; xxxi. 10-11-24; xii, 17; Dan. ii,  1,'. Gideon also and Soiomo: hsard  God in a dream vJudge vii, 13; %  ivings iii. 5-15). In connection witb  the birth and infancy of Jesus there  were several communications by  dreams. and mate's wife suffered in  a dream because ti Him at the end  of His ministry. We cannot but  think of Job xxxiii, 14-17, where a  read of God speaking in a uream, in  a vision of t_e-_lg���������t when Jeep sleep  falletb upon'roe , in s!unsbe*rin-s u������i-  on the bed J.hat' He may withdraw* -.  man from .is purpose and hide pride  from man.  We think also 6*?"Jruns. xii, 6-8.'  where He said that while He might  talk tp oil.-n-s in a vision and in .  dream, He would speak t_ Moses,  His servant, mouth to mouth; therefore it is written of Moses: There"  arose not a prophet 'nee in Israel  like unto Moses, wl m tue Lord knew  face to face.  ''Leut. xxxiv. J.0).  While there aro no degree- in salvation and all who are truly redeemed a-e equally saft by virtue of the-  great aton-Jient. thsre are great dif-  frences in tie intimacy of the redeemed with the Lord and in their  fellowship with Him. I suppose that  no two righteous men could be farther apart in this matter than Abram*  and Lot, and not many exceed JoBepla  in his intimacy with God, but think of  what it cost him! And just there is  our difficult-;*. Many are glad to rejoice in their personal salvation. Tjut  few comparatively are willing t > humble themselves to walk with God as  He desires they should.  In th:.t sense 'many are called, bus  few are chosen.' It ir >ans so mucb  to deny self, be always unto death,  but In no other way can ?:.e life off  Christ be -ntnifest in these mortal  bodies  (II Cor.  iv, 10-11).  One would scarcely believe that the  offense of Pharaoh's chief butler and  baker could possibly have anything to  do with the working out of God*.*  plan for Jose-h. an 1 that th������. wrath  of man could thus be over, .led, but  it is a weigl. y tayin'g. 'Surely the  wrath of man shall prais; thee' (Ps.  lxxvi. 10). --t'ly should Joseph care  whetler these were sad or oth  erwise? ���������'. la J he r.ot enough troubles;  of his own? But see the compassion*  of Christ, who could take some hours  on the resiirrectun afternoon to walk  with and comfort two sad men. . IC  sounds   odd hear  Joseph   i_ay   to  these men cona^rning t'-.elr dre. msr  Do not-interpretations belong to-God?  Tell me, I. pray ybu? (verses 6-8).  TP   V, rt   V������*i ,-4    r.m iA .-    m������t-l '/-i-.-i     '-I-��������� .I-   - '.. .. .  ii a**- ���������"=������������: cuiu.. jcii uuu,  who oniy  can  interpret  it:   it   would   seem all  right.      But it was all right, fpr Joseph knew God and represented Godr  and God was wi'- him.      As he: was-  able to interpret the dreams of these-  men he must have been alle to understand the dreams that Cod rave to*  him an i  was as suggested in a previous  lecson.  no  ���������"   ;bt  sustained by  the future which they revealed to bim.  Yet  he   felt'the  time  long,   and  the  wrong which he   was    enduring,   for  hear him   as ~e says so pitifully: Indeed, 1 was stolen away.    And here  also  have I  done    othing that  they  should put me    into    the    dungeon.  Think on me when it shall  be weir  with thee, and she.- kindness, I pray  thee, unto me and make men'iion of  me unto P'larao'i and  brlns me out  of this house'  (versus 14-1S).    V������'hat  a record in verse 23: Yet did not the*  chief butler .   member Joseph but for-  gat  him.'    Some  one  has  said  that  such'people are not all called butler.  There ls a recor    in Eccl.   ix, 15>  of a poor wise man, wht> by V,'. wis--  dom delivered a city yet no man remembered that ;   im poor man. What  shall ye say of Mini, who though He-  was rich, for o-    sakes became poor  und humbled Himself unto death for us  that  we, thro-igh His poverty, might  be  rich,  and   yet   v ho  of  us  -emem-  bers Him in any way ul vo should?  Miss   Hubershon's   typical   suggestions   from   this  chapter arc  hi  refer'  ence   to  Jesus   being  bound   and   lv.t5  nway.      His hand.* and  feet plorcou,.  two  malefactors  crucified   with  Hlmr  a  inessiigc oT life lo    tl .)    ono    only  (Matt,   xxvii.  2;   Ph.   xxll,   16;   Luke  xxlii, 3L\ 43).      ."os'.ph    i-.id:   Whbrc-  fore look ye so sadly?    Think on' me.  show kindness unto mo, make ncn'tlow  of me, uml he    served    them    (Luke  xxll, 27; xxiv 17; 1 Cor. xl. 2*t; Mali,  xxv, 40;  x.  32).  Wc must not forget the bring numbered with ininftgvocaorB (Isa. llllr  12; Luke xxi*. 37). '.'��������� must have  hurt .lo;ieph badly ui be accnsi-d of  tho very thing ho scorned to do, ahd"  no doubt, t.ho report, was circulated  In Poiiphnr's household and elsewhere  and believed In many, anl th." modi  yt/iiiiK tt'it.i. iu'id up to rid.culo. Think  of the Lord .Iohiih ridiculed p.; a^,glut-  ton, a wlni :.lbl,cr, a companlo:i of sliv  nei'H, possessiMl by the devil, crucified  ns an evfi doer. Hcoi'ed at, dh 11..  Hiifferod . But Go ruined Mini tin ' ���������:  I Ini  di ml  iind   -.-live  ..tin  gLi'y.  of  bill,  to   llu  I.. Mliiiiii*"iiiiii''!'l!im!imjn^ r���������,;,���������-���������",!w'"'M'';w *  wQymm^^  'ti'-TiA ���������r,-v,,Y,...~,rAJ^,','i,,,.���������,,i.a*i*.'U; ~>������������}J^  ^hmASTmnbuS twALE IN CNOLAHDYAOmTIJh 3T������AHirrt MUHeCKCPNEAR YMWPIAt HARQ0R   ' -^""^ -  P,-i*4&ed   Third   Readino  London.���������The   bunncr   hMIKi  iloi'lgnod   by    Iho   governmcni    I  uwny  with  forcible  reeding of miffm-  Ki'iU'H   tiorvnig   ii'iinn   iu   pin-.on   und  ,,i.i.i-������        i     ,.     .ni.. , .  i ������������������ ��������� i ���������   > .   .  ..    .,,,,,  I inoiiHu   iiiii,   by   the     milium!     liullni-  ��������� gcttcfl, pasHcd Uh third rcudtng lu tlw  I liniiHi' of comiiioiiH by a vol** ol   :'!*4 to  GO.  Rider Haggard's Te: tlmony  Sydney, rf.S.W.���������Sir Rider Hng-  giird. Hpi'iiklng at lliirrcnjiick, refi'rrcfl  io the loyalty of the OvcrHca Domitt*  Ioiim and snld, whntcvi'V crl*lc!iim.n  he and hlw colloaguos might Imvo lo  oiler ccmccrnhig Amaralla, they conliJ.  have no crhiciHin an to tlie spirit ol.'  './,,.44Y        ill       l'l   I        (,l|/|lil ill       till'      {   IOVNIU  and Kmpiiv.  Mixed Fnrmlnri Trtsln  (.'.*.!.;.uy.     To   hiluiulatc   Interest   ii*  nilvcil  I'lirmliif iln> v.iv -t-n������>^ot>������*i. ���������������������!>���������  <������d tunning train whl.-h lenvos this city  .,4     .1 I..I.        Will      1111.11 HUM l'      it     ������-,ll illllll      Ilk  thormiKhhri'd   yming   porkers   mnoiij*:  the   dlffcri'iil   fiirinlng    communlilcH.  Tbny   will   be   cold     ;;t      (he     UOlilluaJ  prices of ubout f4 per heuii.  _._  ammmm won  fmmT^T.ti.) ��������������������������� titititi".ti-,.fi -  the  cbeston review,   oreston,   b. c.  Tke Creston ^evieVp  Published every   Friday at Oreston, British Columbia, by the Creston Print-  nff and Pub lhning Company, Ltd.  An,  *2������/  r  rp^frvn     rHnfp  JL \ms'\mJ .Xs'KS JLJL  J__V-/ tVl  Q&  ���������iryif eTHTinyETDV  l-_.VV     V IT. I IVBli.iVl  The Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Oreston valley, cir  culating in nearly one thousand homes throughout, the Oreston district und  reaching out in a broad manner into other communities. Our advertwinj; rates  are based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary Printers' Board of Trude.  X-and purchase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time. Display advertisements, $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line flrst it-sue  and 5 cents per line in mcceedinsr weekR. Subscription rates 3*2 00 a yonv in  advance. Onr columns ;������re open to pniitrihiuii'i'n iI^hMhe iu inaitern ot" IhchI interest and the welfare ul Hit. community. Cmtributious must be briel und  signed.  Mrs. B. T.arab-fton  Editor and -Tannpi-ivs  OU will make no mistake  when you get off the train  if yon sign the register at  r'i       r        0i  ne jueaamg  Hotel of tbe  Fruit    Belt  the  Creston  Hotel.  ������  ������  ������  Our   Guests  Cah   <Again  __ __ xSjX  -ravelling    <s?  men  will  substantiate  this.    We  study  the  comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished iii  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Ranchers,   Tourists  ������  ������  jL-4Ujojib*_i_ucii,  r_*-_-*-f " S ^s\mm*mir* <���������_*���������������.<���������-���������������-'* #**, I ������*  ������  mi  ^  ^  ^  i _V*S2\/3������>.rf&  *-7*qS*"VZ������A"B*--  J a B* Moran    -    -     Prop.  ������������������������������������������������������������##������������������������#  That the system known as the "case count'' which prevailed in the egg trade for a Blunder of years provides no discrimination whatever, and that under it the producer, with ro  reflection on the hen, is not encouraged to market an art."  cle of high quality, was the decision come to in the rooms o  the Board of Trade at a largely attended meeting of the egg  trade of the Provinces of Ontario and Quebec. The r-ne'y  for this state of affairs was suggested as taking the form of  an Eggs Marks Act, similar to the act governing fruit. The  formation of a new produce association was also proposed.  Determining means whereby consumers and tnerch nils  could be protected against the marketing of stale and rott* n  eggs vvas the primary object of meeting. Under the presem  system when bad eggs are found in the cases there is no recourse for the dealer to take, and the opinion of the meeting '  was that   the  "case count"-where   aflat rate is quoted, stale| MONEY     ORDERS  and bad egffS      commanding just as hi^ll a price as   those of   Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a sale, convenient and  c,fc> "" inexpensive method of remitting- small sums ot money.    These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at  ths following* rates:  $5 and under ,.������������������. = ,     3 cents  Over     -5 and not exceedsag ������1G     6   ' "  41     IO       " " 30  IO     ������������  ������     SO       " " 50 15     "  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  r* ��������� uit a ir      a* ���������* cr ao,a r*r*f.  \s������XX XXXXJLtj,    ������pj.Oi,VPVI'VI',V*.''V  ���������n,T->CT������      er*-*. O   Kf_*_ ������~������f_f_  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 aud Linen papers that will  please the mosl particular.  See our window display.  Creston Drug&Book Co  f^_ tmm   __ . - E?    -  JTilUII,.   Ol  -  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables 1  highest grade���������is equivalent    to placing a premium on care  less and dilatory methods in the    production aud care of this  product. Moreover, it was pointed out that the couu try storekeepers received no  encouragement to   market   an article of  high quality.  The opinion was unanimous that legislation should be secured to prevent the sale of snch products and full approval  was given to the proposel to adopt a new system whereby du-  discrimination should be made between good and bad egg: -  The following resolutions Were uuauimously adopted:-  Resoived, "That it is the .- consensus of opinion ol  those assembled in this meeting that the greatest need oi  the Canadian egg Trade at the present time is the passage  by the Federal Parliament of an Egg Marks Act, similiar  to the 'Fruit Mark , Act; such act to make unlawful the buy  ing, selling or trading in rotteu eggs and to include such  other regulations as may be thought advisable to promote  the best iuterests of all concerned.  Resolved, ���������'That lhe egg dealers assembled here unanimously approve of the proposal to change on June 1,1913,  from the present system of buying eggs to a system of buying only on the basis of quality, and further, we d'sapprove  of paying for any rotten eggs in our receipts after that date.  Resolved, "That the chairman appoint a committee ti*  draft a constitution and to take s.eps in conjunction with tht  trade in other provinces to form an association to be known  as "TheCanadian Produce Association" with a view to bringing together the city and county wholesale produce dealers,  and further, that a meeting be called in Toronto at an early  date to give effect to this resolution.  It waa further pointed out by certain members present that it would certainly be unwise not to take advantage  of the experience gainded by a number of the States, uotablj  Kansas and Michigan. What was proposed at the meeting  had already been worked out to a practical way in these  States with the result of very greatly conserving this valu"  able product by eliminating needless loss and thus making  the poultry enterprises more remuueratitive for the producer"  and the price of the product cheaper and its quality more de  oeudablc for the consumer.  8.8  REMITTANCES   ABROAD  y -ears cf our SPEC^*-  FOREIGN  DRAI  without delay at reasonable rates.  Percy R-Ff-wSer, A_s������ager Creston Branch  should bo made by means cf our SPECj\A_-  FOREIGN  DRAFTS and  MONEY  ORDERS.    Issued without delay at reasonable rates.  (Best equipped Livery 3n Town)  ���������#  ro  5������ All cl-isa nr: TURNOUTS supplied at short notice.   The latest styles of  $ CUTTERS arid BUGGIES for sale and hire.    Saddle and pack horses a &  I Speciality. 1  tffi ' Feed for sale.       Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Oo.      Horses for sale w  ���������ft I imi prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains ������  % nt any hour of the day or night.    Conioaerci'il uo en and landseekers, will jjj������  & receive prompt attention !������>  iii H         ft             mam^.           x.         m                x*Sx.                                             _                    ^������"������_ W  ���������& IE  it i ��������� ���������  -"��������� Phone 56                                     Sirdar Avenue                 "                     Bo������ 14 J?  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CROMPTOW  ���������  e spirit and finish and be fast walk-  I ers* (I  ��������� Be sure the box for salt in the <r  ��������� sheep quarters is kept filled?- .������*  ��������� Drop every thing to help a horse ? _  ��������� or a cow that is in trouble, no' ���������  ��������� matter whether it is your own or ���������  % your neighbor's. ��������� J  ��������� Farming on  a  business basis  a  ��������� eliminates small mules just as it  2  ��������� displaces small horses. ���������  %     Beef cattle may be raised on  2  ��������� many farms, and there are good ���������  J   reasons for. raising them.    Not ������  ��������� the least of these is that they ���������.  % provide a means of building up  ������  ��������� the farm In fertility. ���������  0     There are profits in raising, good  ���������  ��������� . horses and mules as one of tbe ���������  ������ features of farming. Get a few o  J  good mares and let them bring J  ��������� you a good income raising horses  ���������  ��������� and mules. ���������  ��������� Those who bave silos full ot ���������  J  silage find winter feeding easy  %  and satisfactory to the live stock.  ���������  Sa*f@j^ms** Psans\.������sy.  hsviss^ti ���������p . pszpmri  ii  hi i i  SYNOPSIS OF GOALi MINIG REGU-1  LATIONS  Goal mining rights o������ the DomiiiiOii,  IN DSOP REPAIRS.  POSTAL AND I'LL OALL  ������rtsfon W.wz  a % .Ifit, Co  Get your Wines, Liquors,  Tobacco, Cigars, Pouches*  Pipes, etc., at tbe  grertott  Witt & Spirit C  S. _toote, proprietor  FREE  Very great regret will be felt iu Canada because of the  disquieting reports concerning the health of H. R. H. the  Duchess of Connaught. This very gracious lady endeared  herself to all who met her by her gentle and uuassmniug  m-uner. ami lb-*- V/^n interest nhc tc_k in all llt'ui^ jclaihig  to the Dominion.  Lopo de Vejja.  Lope d������ Vega, the famous Spanish  dramatists and poet, lived from 1562.  tri 1635. Hi.s literary worlc began  whon ho was about thirteen years old.  and from thnt time until his death,  i' period of sixty yours, he poured  forth an enormous quantity of plnys,  dramatic com positions of all kind-,  poems of every character, breathing  every spirit from tho strictest ascetic-  i.irri lo tho most unln idlnl license.  Over 1,800 plays ,iro credited to him>  nnd, the published collection, compria-  ing about 300, is contained in twenty-  eight volumes.  Little Pitchers.  "Shall I have to jret married whon  I grow upP" askod little Flossie ono  day of her mother.  "Just as you please, dear," answered her mother, witih a smile. "Mo*it  women do, however."  "Yea, I suppose so," continued the  little girl musingly, "and I think I'd  better start and wwk out for a hus.  hand now. They say that Aunt Jane  lias l>(*on at it for twenty yoarH and  hasn't caught ono yet.'1-���������London  Telegraph.  Probably tho moHt desolate spot in  tlie world inhabited by whiti- men is  tlio lighthouse maintained by tho Ar-  gentine Government at Capo Horn.  This Jb claimed to bo tho southern-  moat lighthouac in the world.  The Difference.  "Pa, what's the difference between  the meaning of prepared and ready?"  "We!!, there':*, many ;; pcr.:crii who  may be prepared to die, but I never  iiuw one who wuh reudv."  (iRtbiUM, a. o  WOJ9K GUARANTEED.o^oA~- .  -n Manitoba< Saskatchewan and Aloerta  the Yukon Territory, the North west  Territories and in a portion of the Province of, British Columbia, may be leased  for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,500 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  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Ammon uttered a cry; ol ������ oora was firm a_o_t _eeptng ot_ home  surprised delight A few decaying logs | ground. She did not te51 ___j ' tha*S  were scattered around, t_to gr^ grow ligbts hung In tbe swamp weald km a  la tufts long nnd _ne.   Blue _agp wav- [ signal to call up a band of men whose  QSfB ST^TK>N.P_tT5R  ���������" & Oo. Y  SYNOPSIS  4&!tfteufi> ������ coed scholar. EUaom Ova*  s������j_C eatsrfog high sebooi, to abash-* bjr  few oea_try .dross. SSts neigi_3 &������. tee  ^z?_l_~_.5������SiSoa, *_���������������������   Sep _.������a>.r i_  M������ to Wesley Staton. an*oia Mt-bfcer.  ,w_k������ -a_or_ -wm bom bar fat-or vu  !__?������-?������! i__*.?*r^.embittering 8������������  tsotnara Ufa. BUnosa det������nate������_ to mjaa  juormt by *������thertoe fortst cpceltmiM.  Th*. glutens buy clothes for bar.  aa_or������i grattlng* h������r books eheasly. flafia  a no-fleet with the Bird Wemoa tor but.  to-*-!-*, laafta -PBl-e,, ������������&  ���������Mrs. --'Os-js3g3i.fi. devotion to bar bc_=  band's ncBttory will not ptrz_lt fear to  fM������tt*S_ or *������**��������� oil. wells ������o������ on k������  *s*hfa?������������   eimens   bring   guno-**  m^  Snore fs dsltshfed -14- &���������������>- ������atS_ *Ses?  mother says-be tasust pay sor It. v?������e-  Wr and -U-rsatot Slntoo discus* tho sOTe  a Saga  Sttly. ������ bright but untrained Uttlo chap*  --.iu a abifti-jss father and hungry broth*  or and sister, gets Blnora'e luncheon,  Tf onlay, troubled _y Corson's rrxrolsg, ta.  vesttgatcs.  _*������t������ Corasn, e LtosbteSoot ftoonent*-.  ^sswatni pot to visa th* UmbertO-t  _S night* or go for Into tho swamp ot oasr  l^-P3la MvttW ������.������vo io  Slnora, on- tho pindo an Aseleftaiift.  -ix is a new position.   Tney never  ||MVA     K-������j**  ,  t**m*m*xtm.*****   'llli.*,    **������      Ka^ma '* 9  5IS1V9   ******   mxxm-jf %*****&    ������aav   *������,    a-r>*ac*va\*ft>     . *  suspect it arose from tbo help rva  been giving the grade teachers in their  nature work. Mother, dear. I am going to accept this, of coarse. The work  will he a deilgift I'd love it most of  any thin? In teaching*. Yon must help  me. We most find nests, eggs, leaves,  queer formations in plants and ran*  Sowers. 1 must have flower boxes  mado for each of the rooms'and filled  with wild things. 1 should begin to  gather spec���������sens this very day." ���������  Elnora waa on her feet. Her face  was flushed end her eyes bright.  "Can I help yoo'r Mrs. Comstock-  strong face was pathetic.  ������������������Indeed. yesV cried Slnora. "1 never can net thronpb it alone.'*  Ammon came whistlintr down tbe  walk   between -the   cinnamon   plnka  nsnqlaa   onrt   Mt-B-4i *������rl._f*i*t���������u  /MHIT1.104I  several pnckilirpx. while tiln face HiiRh  ed with more coloj- than un the pro  vloos day.  "Oniy see whnt haw happened to  use!" cried Eim������s_. offprinK her' letter.  ���������TH wager 1 unow!" answered Am  mon. "Isn't it grwtt* Kvery one m  Onabaaha Is talking af-iut it."  Be laughed uh he sat, breathing  shortly.  "It doesn't ������een*i possible that a fellow could lose bis strength like this.  My knees ate actually trembling, but  I'll be all right tn a minute. Uncle  ������>oc said i could come.''  Then he began unwrapping packages  ���������nd explaining to Mrs. Comstock how  to cook the.compound. He followed  her Into the kitchen, kindled the lire  and stirred the preparation as ho talk-  ed. While tha, mixture cooled he and  Binora walked through the vegetable  garden behind tbe cabin and strayed  from there into tbe woods.  car  CHAPTER XIX.  Wherein Philip Ammon l������ Shewn M-nt*  bvrioBt Vl-flets.  MM ON looked at tl*e girl in  wonder, in faco and form she  was a** lovely 1111 any one or ner  age and type be bad ever t-eca  Her nchool work fur surpiiHHCd that ot  most glriM or her age ne knew. Hue  differed tn other ways. This vast store  of learning she hud gathered from  Acid aud forcat was a wealth of attraction no other girl poHHuurted. B**r  frank, matter of fact manner was an  Inheritance from bor mother, but thore  was iioinetblng more. Once, ea tbey  talked he thought "sympathy" was tbe  worim to dosarit>e it and again "com-  praticbsion." ?W^> upemod to post-ions a  largo bcumo ot'brbtiiorhood for all human and animate cresturos. Hhe might  uu woii havo Utiuo a boy, so imMfit-'g wns  ubo tn any touch of feminine coquetry  toward him. Be studlod her wondor*  ingly.  As thoy went along the path thoy  reachod a largo sllino covorod pool mir-  roundod by decaying stumps nod logs  thickly covered with water hyacinths  and bluo (lags.   Amnion stopped.  ���������'In Unit tho iflticc'ti' Uf.- u_kc<i;.  lOlnora assented.  "Tho doctor told yout"  ���������"fco. It was traffic, id that pool real,  ly bottomless ?"  "Oo tor aa wo ovor havo boon able  JO d);������w>*"*������**."  "Av4 you warn bom here?"  lie hu4 not intended to voice tbat  iiiouglit.  "ta*" sho said looking Into IiIh eyes.  "Jui*** In ttvoa to prevent my tuothor  from saving tho life of wr fntlior- ������lM>  came uour oei/or forgiving mo. 4*.  little farther uioug Is my vMot ba<|.   I  mmmnr *ir***  *������*��������� j...... ** ������������������  .   flb- U*A blm Intm m mmrmtnnv _���������!��������� mmmm  ed, dusters of cowslips nodded gold  heads, but tbe whole earth was purple  with a thick blanket of violets nodding  from stems & foot In !s_������i_. vaunr*  knelt and1 slipping her finger- through  the leaves and graesos to the roots,  gathered a few violets and save them  to Philip.  "���������Can your city gt_enhonf������i surpass  then;?" sbe ask-d.  Ammon sat on a log to examine the  blooms.  "They are superb!" htf Mid. "t never  saw such length of stem or such rank  leaves, while the flowers are tbe deepest blue; the trassft -rScSst ������ ������vsr ssw  growing wild. They are colored exactly like the eyes ot the girl I am going  to marry."  Slsora banded bin several others to  add to those be held.  ������������hm mmt fc**5 Teafsrfte! ss-ss/* c_������  oommanted.  *:H������ etber sine *_9S ar������ __!l# so  b������au___i^,, ha said. "In tact, she is  altogether lovely.'11  "It ia customary for ������ man to think  the gir| be ia going to marry lovely. 1  wonder _f S should And her ao*"  "-������u would," said A������_so_. "5J������ one  ever falls to. She Is tail as von, very  slender, but perfectly rounded; yon  j-BOW about her eye**; _e. &sir is black  and wavy, while her complexion is  clear and flashed with red."  Binora knelt among the flowers aa  she looked at aim.  "Why. she must be the most beautiful girl in the whole world." she cried.  Ammon iaughed.  "No. indeed." he said.    "She ls not n  particle better looking in her way thai,  you are in. yours.    Sbe is 0 type <i1  ���������"]���������".:���������- beaaty.Ytrat you. are just as ppi  feet    She is unusual in her comhinu  tlon of black hair and violet eyes, ut  though every one thinks them black a-.  a tittle distance.    You are quite as ur-.  usual with your fair face, black brow'  ���������ind brown hair.   Indeed. I know man;  people who would prefer yonr brigii  bead to ..her dark one.    It's a!! a nvosi-  tlou of taste���������and being engaged to tli  girl." be added.  "Edith has a birthday soon. If tlips.  last will you let me .bave a box of tn������ii  IO -5g_u tier;  "1 will help gather and pack then  for you. so they will carry nicely. !������������������  she Interested in nature?"  "Wbat interest:-*- Edltb Carr?  Let m-  think.    First, 1 believe Rhe takes prld.  in being Just a little handsomer an>  better dressed than any girl of her isei  -he Is interested in having a beautifi  home, fine appointments about her. 1  being petted, praised and the acknow :  edged leader of society.   She likes ���������  find sew things which amuse her an  to always  and  in  all clreumstanci  have her own way about everything."  "Qood gracious!" cried Elnora. star  ing at him.    "But what 4og������ *-*** _--��������� '  How does she spend her timn?"  "Spend ber time.'" repeated Amonoi  "Well, tihe would call tbat a joke. H������*  days are never long enough. There t  endless shoppln;*" to And tbe pr������*tt  things, regular visits to tbe dresamul  ers, calls, parties, theaters, entert-ti-  meuts. 8be 1h always rushed. 1 mw  get to see bulf as much of ber ui**  would like."  "But i menu work." persisted Elnon.  "la w.but Is she Interested tbat Is us**  ful to the world?"  "Me!" cried Ammon promptly.  "I can uudertUand that." laughed. E:  noru.    "What  1   can't   understand  1  how  you  can   be lu"���������    She stoppci  sliort 111 coufiiHlon. but sbe how that l������  Juul finished tbe seutenei* aa she bin  Intended.    "1   beg your pardon."  sh,  cried.   "1 didn't mean to say that   But  I   cannot  understand  these  people  I  hear about who live only for their own  amusement   Perhaps It ls very great  I'll nevor have a chance to know.   Tc  me it seems the only pleasure in thl������  world worth having is the joy we get  out of living for those we love and  thoso we can help.   1 hope yon are not  angry with me."  Ammon sat silently looking far away.  with deep thought In his eyes.  ,rXou aro angry." faltered Elnora.  His look came back to her as ebt  knelt before him among the flowers  and be gased at her steadily.  "No doubt I should be," he said.  "but tho fact ls 1 am uot I cannot  understand a life purely for personal  pleasure myself. But she Is only a  girj. and this Is ber playtime. When  sbo la a woman in her own home, then  sbe will be different will sho not)"  Binora nevor resembled her mother  so closely as when she answered that  question.  "1 would have to h* well acquainted  with her to know, but I should hope  so. To make a real borne for a tired  business map la a very different kind  of work from that r������vjulrcd to b������ e  lender of society. It dtrntands different  talent and education. Of course, sbe  means to change, or she would not have  promised to make a home for you. 1  suspect our dope Is ceo! new. Lafs go  try ror some butt.rdies."  "You should hear my sister Polly 1"  said Ammon. "This was her last year  tn college. Lunches and sororltlea  were all 1 heard her mention, until  Tom Levering camo on dock; now he  Is the leading subject"  "Is Edltb Carr a college girl)"  "No. Sbe ls the very selectest kind  or a private boarding school alrl."   /  As thoy went back along tlio path together Elnora talked of many thin**,  but Ammon answered absently. Evidently he was thinking of something  else. But the moth ball recalled Uu,  ......   ~.~    .,���������.   .mm.*aj    mm*    *.uxm   **m   imxmjt  maul* tH*!*** mwmm *k4������j%v *a 4*������.������ *������-*^**   mwm.  presence she dreaded. 80 they set oot.  Ammon carrying the dope*, BIttora the  not. Biily and Mra. tOomsioclc foiiow-  i-asr ������_��������������� i-?si-.������_ boxes k*S Saats-as.  First tbey tried for butterflies and  captured several fine ones with little  trouble. They also called swarms of  ants, beetles, bees and flies. Wises JS  grew dusk Mrs.-., Comstock ea _ Am*  020a ^css. to prepare supper. Sims*  and Billy remained until the butterflies went to bed. Then they lighted  lhe lanterns, repainted the trees and  followed the home trail.  Mrs. Comstock and Elnora were -9������  6���������1 !_gf breakfast the nest mot���������las*"  whe_"t_ey heard a cheery whistle down  the road. Slnora with surprised eyes  looked at her mother.  It was just sunrise, but the musician was Philip Ammoa. He looked  stro__cr than yesterday/  "I hope I am not too early,"'he eald.  -ram consumed with anxiety to tears  If wc have mode a catch."  "W������ will have to wander along the  roads and around the edge of the limberlost today." said Elnora.  "Mot&er  Is making strawberry preserves, aai  ehe can't come until sue finishes. Suppose we go down to the swamp, aad  I'll show you what Sa left of the flower  room that Terrence CMore, the big  Inmbermag - of <%r-5t Ssnlds, g*������<���������>'**���������  when be was a homeless boy here. He  was called Freckles. Of course, yon  bave heard the story?"  "Yea, and I've met the O'Mcrss, who  are frequently In Chicago society."  They went down the road to the  swamp, climbed the snake fence, followed the path to the old trail and  then turned south aloag it Blscrs indicated'to Ammon the trail with remnants of sagginfr barbed wire.  "It was ten years ago." she said. "I  wns just a little schoolgirl, but 1 wan-:  dered wideiy even then, and no one  cured. S saw blm often. lie bad heeii  In a city institution all bis life, when  he took (he job of keeping timber  thievi** out of this swamp, before"'  many !res������ bad been cut? !t was s  strong man's work'and be was a frail,  boy. but fee grew hardier, as be liveA  out of doors, and he won.  ".Some du>'s his face was dreadfully  sad. dome day* it was so determined ;;  little child could see the force In it.  sad once it was radiant. That day tbtr*  Swamp Angel was with bim.   1 can't  tell you what she was like.   1 never  saw any one who resembled ber.  E������  sfntinArt ������*������_���������!* bere to show her a bird's*  nest Then they went on to a sort of?  flower room be had made, and he sang  tor her.  By tbe time be left I had got  bold enough to come out on the trail,  and I met the big Scotchman ^resies  lived with. He saw me c&tchls? ssoths  nnd butter_!es������ so he took sse.So ths  Sower Ksom sad gsve s& evcs^ft-Sag  irh-ro.  ������ don:s dare ���������come.aicae often,  ind so - can's Keep is up as am did, fans  yon can see something of how lt was."  Binora led the*way and Ammon followed The outlines of the room were  lot distinct; because many of the trees  were gone, but Binora showed how it  had been as nearly as she could.   ..  "T-6 swamp Is almost ruined now,*"  sbe said. "The maples, walnuts and  ���������berries are ait gone. The taifcing tree*  ire tbe only things left worth, while."  "The 'talking trees!' 1 don't under  <tand." commented Ammon.  "No wonder!" laughed Elnora. "They  ire my dlticovery.   You know all trec.<  whisper nnd talk during the Huramvi*.  !������ut there nre two thnt have ho much  o say tbey keep on the whole winter  ivhen the other* are allent.   The beech  'K and oiikN no' lore to talk they -���������Uu  ro tbelr dead, dry leaven.   In the.wlr  ���������er  the  wlndn  ure NttlTowt und   hlo*  nost ho these trees whimper, chatt**  ���������10b. inuKh and at ti_!���������:���������* io-jt until th  *ouud Is deufenlng.    When the 11 Ir 1  ���������old and clear, the world very  win  ind the hnrp mimic Hwelllng. then 11-  taiklni* tr������4HH tell the srrengtheu'UK. u  lifting thliiKM."  "You wonderful girl!" cried Amirwi,  'What a wotutui you will be!"  "If I um n woman at aU worth whli".  It will be henatiHe 1 hare hnd Hiich tvuii.  derful    oppuitunltlew."    said    Wmoia  ."Not every girl is driven to the forcm  to learn what fjod has to say tliciv  Bore  ore   the   remalmi  of   Freckles  room.   The time tbe Angel came ������i������*r������*  .he aang to her and 1 llatened.   I never  heard tannic like that.   No wonder Hhc  loved hlni.    Everyoue who knew hlni  did. und they do yet   Try that log. "  makes a fairly good seat    This old  store box wus hin treaaure liouite. jumi  as it's now mine.    I will nhow you  my deareHt ponaeNiiion.   i do not d������re  tako  l(  bouie  l*ui;uuu������-  umtlicr  cuu'l  overcome her dislike for It.   It was my  father's, and In some wayi* I era Itkt*  him.   This Is the atrongei-t."  CHAPTBR XX.  Whsreln   tha   Ulmbsrlost   Slrtgs   ftr  Ammon.  iLN'Ora lift..! ii..* v:,.;;., _,���������������������������. ;.-  Uiin to play. Whe wore u nchool  drcHM of greeu gtughum, wljh  the Mlee-fiM rolluil to the elbowa  Hlit- Heoined a purl of the m*ttluir ull  around her. Der head shone llko &  small dark nun. and her face never had  neonned so rose fluHbrd und'fair. From  the Inwrunt nIio drew the hoxr her llpx  purted mid her M.ven faMtenwl 011 some  till nit fur >iwnr In th>������ MWHiiiit, nod nev,  cr did Mho jxivc more of thnt trnpremilon  of reoltnjr for to'r notes and repwitlng  eonietlilug uudiblo only to her. Ammon wuh too near to get the best effect  lie arose and stepped back moral  As he chang-- portion* te s_^ _iS*S  Mrs. Cos-itoc- bae followed tbem acd  was stand!sft'e_ the trail, wfesr������eto3  could not have l^ped heartsff ������v^y-  thing IS<_ur_ ufiu Said. Bo W AOfrMV  before her and the mother wfiteMhf  on tho trail Binora plsysd?*tfesi"sfisstikf]  the Limberlost " T������ the?-*__iii''''Vftj/p".  a revelation. He stood ao stunned J2|������  forgot Mrs. Comstoc-. Se tn** iv  realize what a great city aedleaee  would say to that music from ���������*������_-_  player with a like background, as*- ������a  could not i_5_������ls*,  Ho was wonder!-* what he -Saw-  say, how much he might express, whits  the last note fell'and the girl l_t_ t_������  violin In the cases, dosed the door,  locked it and hid the key is. the rotting  wood at the end of _ log; Tfewa she  casas to _ij_. Asasaoa stooa Sook1b@ at  her curiously.  "I wonder," he aai-, "what people  woald say to thatf'  "I did It tn public once." said Binora.  f'l th!a_ they liked Sfi ?sArl? we!!. ?  had a cote yesterday offering me tbe  ���������efiders-!*-* cf the hl������_ sabsol crourti., _  fA Onabasha. i wouid gladly play for  nothing just to be able to express myself."  "Give up the coll������*-* idea." said Ammon. "Tour mind does not need that  sort of development   St !e far pest ft"  "Do yoa realty mean that you would  give up ail Idea of galas ������e college. If  yea  >-..  ���������"If yon could only -natta* tt. m* -tr*.  yen are m collie, and have been always, ffoa asb Ib tfmm- school ef experience, aad tt haa taoshs y^ to  toJ-Jc. end given yea a feear_ QeA\  knows I ������avy the em* tisbo wSaa ft!  I woaM-'S ������v������������ sfiv!������ yea to seed  to������ sssf fessSs ea' y^ Jiass. Sea  get your stuff Oret hand, _od yoa  _ao������r tisat -793 .ss* w������b_ waat yo������  should &m'ts to 'bests early to praeSSea  self expression. Doat wait too leo^  to tell us about the woods aa you know  them,**  Sot ssui tarn- did he reBaesabe. %bat  Mrs. ComstodB was somewhere 9*ry  near.  "Should we go out to tbe trail aad  mmma   mm   jvur   wvtmr   tm   vvMuuyi      mam  asked.    .  "���������Sracioes.  It's s  mercy   l got that  violin put away !a ttms!   ! didn't ss-  wMM4������������a������Maaii������aMMN*iMManB<M  a_���������<���������____���������i iiiiiHiiia������|iffim___a������a_���������������sat  ^&m  ___"M________L^  avf^r m* ^ff'V  aa���������il������������������M*"  jtttt������������������.     4b������r-4UM     Mtj>44.4U������t    M     l������l||i#  *f,n%rtmm  mm. M   ItmX.mtm m   . -44������-    .4,   ������,*������   ���������  ua*,  Man It W������s ������ Rsvslstion.  ���������s.'t her so noon." wblupered the ^In.  i she turned aud went toward Iter  ���������>t her. .Vin. Coni)*tovk's face whh ���������������  mi'.v uh t*he looked at Elnoru.  ���������IJuv- >ou fcuud any thing yet?" -tie  ������������������������������������ed.  '.Nothing that 1 ������nn show you," snld  uora "I am not sure but i havw  ini'1 uh idea that will revolutioni*-.*  e wlwne cutirse of my work, thought  od 'imtit*i<iciM,'"  "'Ati.fiuiniiN!'     My,   what  a   hefty  Hid:*    Km-jrhed   Mra.   Comntock      "I  ichh. we tn'tter let ambition Me.    1're  :\vny��������������� he'ii'd It rWHN aafest asleep.   If  mi ever ner a lionnflde attack, tt will  e itme to attend It.   Let's bunt rjuk-I-  ���������>na    It I** June  'I'blllp and I are tu  ���������y������ grade.**,    What la tbe mlracie ������������  une?   Whnt one thing ejiltonnxcM (be  vUole monthV"  "The birth of tbeae big nigbt inothH."  <nld Elnora promptly.  Amnion - clapped   bis  hands.    The  ears aturted to Mr*. Comstock's eyea.  ���������tlu* toolt Elnora in her arroo onrt kind*  ���������d her forehead.  "You'll   do!"  she  said.    "Find  tbe  distinctive festure of each month, tbe  ���������un* (idit* which marks it a time apart  I   can't   untiie  all   of  them   offhand,  but  I think of one more right now.  February iielnuga to our winter hlrda.  You should hear thnne musicians of  tills cr/Mnip Im  February, Flilllji. on m.  mollow night   Ob.  but tbey are tn  wu incut: Kor tweuty-oue yeam I've listened by night to the great oWK all  the smaller alses, the foxes, coons and  every resident left In these woods, and  by day to the hawks, yellowhammers,  aapauckers, iltuitc*. crown mm. all ou������  winter   blrda.     It's   about   the   beat  music we have.   1 just wonder tf you  cotilitrn't   ���������?���������**?'*'   thst   t!c*3-   SR*i   KSHfeS  a strong, original piece out of It for  your vtoiio. Elnora r  Thorw was une toon* breath. tbe_-~"l  could try." mild Klnoi- almolv..      __  Ammon ruubed to the rescue.  "We  ������~t^;*, ������w *w Wviki M# ���������������***. ���������**������>* xmx^xmm.  *IWmmlnt**m  m   ���������_..������������������������*.������,  ������.������_������-!.   *mm   * mmm  r  :|  I j   -J-  THE  HOMB  OF   THE   ,S_47_?������-������B������    klAi imm.  *00> *.**** ssrs *^tm^s WV SSI  SAMPLE  ROOMB  THS &&SY AND MOST  POPULAR   HOTEL IN  THE KOOTENAYS  Run ou strictly   up-to-date  lm@������e    Usieseefled s_r*/ie_ Is  ������������������* ���������.. i'-  all    departmeniB.       Kitchen  ��������� ? '��������� ���������'-' . ~": ���������  staff   (incittdissjg    cook)   all  I  white ladies.   Every comfort  and attention given to guests  The bar   is s upplied with  only the best brirpd ol goods.  Portera Meet 1'raius  W. A, HERON.  MANAGER  PROFESSIONALS  R.^T_5WART      "~  tiie&l Estate. Loans and pen*  erai Brokerage  m^m^**-**mmm*m ���������  1 peoial   rsprei^sssSive,   The  Kealty- Company  tt <B_k���������i no ������U-u������Boa _**������������������ jwo figan ������s  plautlne this ������ea������on���������w������ can *M&\f y������.  and wife th* naeat quality ot mutttry *%*&  ���������Tf* ftPWX.  xn tmm. piaatt. mlmm. Unlm. anto,  s-zersresBS. roses, ate.. eOA- by sa ars g������g$>  tjxxA ... m   *      m  TBtBW vaum  ���������   ���������������������������������������������������������������"���������'  It will pay yoa to fist to totscb wttt se.  ���������  EVERY ffJMXBU K8BD3 OOB TOOK��������� ]  LANDSCAPE QAROEMINC.  Ss.  WHAT TOPLAPST*^  ���������m. reston  3. C-.  Dlf^flSTRY  E. HALL 0. 0. S.  Offloe  4.***m  over, Frank ParSca Hasdware  **%*,   Q*>**~m.~  CRAR BROOK,  D������   %*0>*  unmfmmmKimmm  SOX. A- MOiRQmfmlSJS.  ****************mm*mt***m)as**  James CottiDton. Aflrens:  uu^tf  LoWiSNB_sRu  OonRULTrara Ebowb_b  B.C.;  motn eggs. Kinora joinea. nun yrjaue  Mr������. Oomstock drew .her embroiders'  from ber pocket aud sat on a log. She  said sbt? was tired; they could come tor  her wbea they were ready to go. She *  vOUli- iiea.r ia������gf. rwlues ail ttS&ia^ aef  Suut 5u������r Coii���������l tueja sti supper .'ipxi*.  When tbey came to her she stood wait-  leg on the trail, the sewing in one  hand, tbe violin Is the other. Slnora  became very white, but took the ^rall  without a word. Ammon. ub4bl������ to  see a woman carry a heavier load than  he. reached for the Instrument. ,&&*.  Comstock shook ber head. Sha c*r*ried  the violin home, took tt into ber room  and cloned the door. Binora tutted to  Ammon.  "If she destroys that t will dler  cried, the girl.  "She won't!" said Amm-tra? M_ou  mlminderstHud ber. ithe wouldn't)  have mild- what une /lid about the owls  If she imd men nt to. She In your' mother. No one liivm you as sha does.  Trust her: M.vt������elf~I think ���������-���������'������ simply great!"  .Mra. CoiiiMtoclc returned with sarene  face. and all oi' them helped wltb the  uupjier. When It was over Amtpoa  and minora aorted. and cliMlfled. .tht  afternoon's specimens and mado a trip  to the wood* to paint and light tw*-  eral tree*' for mollis. When they cuate  back Mrs. Comstock eat tn fbe arbea*.  ���������nd they joined her. tihe went into  tbe csbln.-liut ahe returned almost'ta-  stantly. laying the violin and bow  across Blnora'e lap. "I wish you would  give us a little music," she eald.  The violin played on until Binora  waa so tired she scarcely oould lift Um  MEL &  MRS* CROMPTON I  / Teachers of ?!  jpi^no, Violin, Singing     ?  Music Supplied fes* Ooncsrts ft -fences;  OKBLL, YOUNG -&-c*i. i  ��������� ��������� I,,.-, i ?-.,- ��������� i  f%e-S Eeta.t-9 aad !ssnv7-nc-������.    :   :)  HOUSES TO RBK*1'  PRESTON  B.C������  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Ajcoldan* lanuaaoa  REAL BflTATtt, Bto.  TRAIL -    ���������    - -  B.Ci  /  H9le TR. iSSeattf  QRAMQMOOK - B. G.  Tha  Funeral Director  Then Ammon w.nt home. Ths  women Walked to the gate with htm  ���������nd atood watching Mm from sight  "Tbat'o wbat I call one decent young  roanl" aald lira. Comstock. "To eo������r  him flt ln with us, you'd think be'ft  been raised ln a cabin, but tt> ukely  ha> always had tha very cream o' tha  i*������a. I taint- s^" laugbetl Siaosra.  "but lt ltaan't hurt him. ��������� I've never  ���������sen anything* 1 oould criticise. He's  teaching me ao much unconsciously.  Vou khovr he graduated firom Harvard  and haa eoveral dtgreco in law. ��������� Ue'a  coming In the morning."'  Next morning Ammon came early,  and he and Elnora went at once to tbe  flslds __d woods. -Ir*. -omato**i- d������_  come to believe ao implicitly In him  that sbe now stayed at borne to complete tbe work before she Joined them,  and when she did abe often att sewing,  loavlng tbem wandering hours at a  time. It was noon before she finished,  and then she packed a basket cf luack  _he found Binora and Philip near the  violet patch, which waa atlll la Ita  prime. They hv.ich������wl tui������^*t*������.r. 't^m  Mi's. Comstock carried tha basket back  io tbr oabln. and Amiuoti mi **li*w*  ttat uu a log, reatlng for a few tula*  tflteo.  lannjniiiiii  A. M irabelii  Mmddtm  Hxsxr-nmmm  JKtpelH-fgr  \.... A-mmgr****������**���������������  Deftl������P*tf  high   class  boots and snoes.  m ��������������� vgAHt*  tX>������KMIIMOg  TumMuii  OMMaaa  Oaavaia������rra4������4  WH*TICsH������  ���������~*^*a ���������*A.   ���������*--���������.���������i *'*ji       Jumbo-   *___  Miainiil,,*MiwY-rl  .wmmmv������������*, mm W nXm WMAlMU*, tt. 4i "*i  ���������.ii. iii iiiiimmiM*!���������,���������m  SMMM  njiiuiijuiiiiiiiiiunijuiu'  iiijiiiwiwwiiiwuiwiimmiwxaaaaiMiaxiim  r������iriiiT,;.r.-.i;,a  liirtiri-ffiiiBitr-iiianrfi  BlftlttlWt'l���������  n_������������������������_���������������i ?J^f  1 JtlJ-  lyfiliOlWl-.        XV__ V A.Ej Vi  '���������fTTTriT  ���������ESTON',  l/AVi^t.  p. r  ^r-5r2  '������������������.^.'rjir'j'*".  WHO  OWNED 1T.N ���������  -% ���������   the Street Qoi*ner Orator Struck  j-?;-. -"ti .'ti a. Snag- ..���������./-.  , fJH'K-? slty**e*?''oi'ii'tur interrupted :j,his  \ '** >_nni iijiiie' io siddress t lie*' itartly  ti niiin funking a ta't blackcigar.  fr'*My friend." lie'queried. "how inucb  do yim spend pel' day on smoking Y" ..."  ?r"Oli." replied the individual accosted,  *&bout T������0 cents to a dollar."  ?'*Don"t .vou know that it is wrong to  Waste nil tlmt 'moneyV"  ?,"Oh. I don't know that it is."  ?"lf you lnioVs-ived it all. tiie.-,e* years  pant you might ������������wn tbut big business  i*io'k over there."  ^Tbe portly man turned languidly vyith  jB?������iiiestloii.  .'���������'Do you smoke?"  (������������������Certainly not!" answered'the fer  ���������rent speaker indignantly.  VDo you drinkV"  "?l should sny not!"  "'Do   ybn   owu   that   business  -.���������..-   4|,..-.,V  Wv������*i    tun v .  >No."  "Weil." rep'led th*8 portly >n:in.  Jyrexiiiniiig his fat. hl.-iek rigur, '  "���������"Chicago lie������"ord Herald.  block  Calm  '1 do."  |'.'":".V7':-r>".-';";~r,~fjnr.'Tre.u?*'!s������" ,':'        ���������-���������  .."neflo.,.there.,,central'... Is this cen-j  trillV    It"'isV'    rt-iMiWht it was. but 1  couldn't be?qulte :'iire.    Tlie other day  1 **fi*mpbseiii I was talking to.oeutral?arid'  /here  It? was^.only   n-iy   grocer. Yl Ydo i  think' tli"re''iire some-queer niixups in  this telephone, service.     What. I . want,  now is to tiud ont the telephone mini-:  ber of a   Mrs.- .lohn^Smith���������S-m-l-t-b.' ;  Smith.     I   find- that   there   are   more, i  than 100 person*, of that-name in the !  hook, and  I  don't kuow  which one w  the husband, of the lad.v 1 want.    She  is a  huge iudy  with a  Horid face and;  prematurely   white  hair,  and   I   think! ,  her husband is a'traveling man. and a  brother-in-law   of   hers   named   Jones  lives somewhere on M street, a stent-;  5sh. elderly gentleman with side whisk-,  ers. - ���������.%'��������� j  "Now,    kindly    let    nie    b.*>ve    Mrs-i  Smith's number at ouce.    1 had It on  ' a slip of paper that I can't And. Seems  to me it was two-foiir-sixteea ring  three or ninety-two-sixty-four Hujr two..  You know bow confusing telephoue  numbers are. Let nie have Mrs?  Smith's number right away, please,"���������;  Puck _ Quarterly.  REGRET   tO?������������������:-.  OF -SECRETS  (HlNr>E   LOOT STEAMER  .. A Literal' Proposal,,- .  'Inscription* !tf coniptiYiVenfilry t���������optes"  of learned works <16"tu'it'always serve  the graceful purpose'to v."bi������h one was  dedicate- liy" the celebrated Professor  Wilson _f :*:*.1l!'.h'!!:!i!!. :  When the suitor for tlw hand of Professor Wilson's daughter had i.raiu������*d  the young woman*.**, approbation she. ot  course, referred liim to her. father.  Having stated his case, file younger  srentleniaii was asked to bid the young  lady to coiiie, 10 tier father. Her obedience was prompt.  Professor Wilson had bpfore him for  review a ponderous vot it me. on the flyleaf of which., was. duly, -inscribed.  MWltli'the author's compliments."  He tore* this-*ttyiesiif-out. pinned if to  IsIk daughter's dress, solemnly led her  io the *ir'usio*is 'over��������� ay- w*������;ir b:sc"_ Jo  Ibis work.���������Youth's Coiiipaniuu.  ;>  The Folly Shooters.  The world ls full of folly.  And everybody tries  To shool It as It fliea.  Kan struggles to be jolly  When everybody knows  Hia Heart ls full of woes.  "We prance in giddy, fashion:  We sing In rhythms queer  That sotnetirnea shock tlie ear.*  We scorn vhe simple passion  Of old rotnamie folk?  And say tt ts a Jotee.        -  "W������ shoot and will not quit It.  At folly, 'so',*s������ say.  While striving?to be gay.  If ever we, should hit tt.  T^J'.gw-1*r.  *\_in���������   ^iyt������t������-\|Aiiu    iirtH*  It might prove suicide.  ���������Cleveland Plain Dealer  Nothing Doing.  Here Is au _tleged telephone colloquy, the speakers being a di**uil-t-d  B'rJiiSew'I'e und a ���������.Hi^clier's Sioy;  "Hello: is this Mr. Blank's meat  market?"  "it Is."  send -me sit' mutton c ho pa by ll  o'clock?"  "Bet your sweet life!"  "See here, young man. do yon know  to whom yofj are talking?"  "Sure thing. You're Delia. Mrs.  Das-s's cook."  "Yon are much mistaken. This Is  Mra. Dash- herself."  "Aw. then, the het's off. see!"���������New-  ark Morning S.t,ar.     :������ ���������  Spoiled It. , >  A Weary Willie of tbe gount* hobo  5sy dewu to enjoy a noonday siesta  tinder au apple r.ee ber-iue the road.  The. season was midsummer, the sun  "was piping hot. aud the hobo's nap  disposed him to good humor with all  the world. So it was thai on opening  his eyes- he lay for some time" observing ou bis greasy clothes until up buss-?  7,eii a busy mosquito, lit on Mr.  Tramp's breast and'stuns* binh "���������  Captain   and' Officers ars   Saved   by  Intercession of/Woman Mission-  ��������� -y "      '''���������''  l     Hongkong,    Cinna. ��������� The ' British  West river steaYer-Talon, wiiie;   signaled  that  it  liad   been  attached  by  , pirates, has arrived here.      It reports  | tLat the pirates, whose nuir.bers \Verf>  j variously estimated at .from Y   to 100  and who were armed w^t'i rovolvera,  came on board at Hongkong last night  disguised as    passengers    'oouiij    "or  Kongmoon.  The Talon  was    three    hours    out  f/orn Hongkor*-c and was *}ust out.-iie  British quarters and entering tbe Canton river delta, wh.n the p--ai.es rose.  They   killed   the   Chinese   steersman,  j and havi-_ thus held the stcatner v.p.  ' seized  Captain  Holmes.  Chief  Officer  i Cornwall   ; nd     Engineer     Macartney,  ��������� whom they tied up securely.  j     They  attemptc''  to burn   a  wom.-.n  i missionary's cabin  with  rags ���������soaked  in paraffine. and having stolen r"l her  money, amoun "nc to $S0, a,r ��������� h^** ^olil  watch? took her into the. saloon.  The  woman prevailed on the nl rates not. to  lictrrn tlis Hjiiro^esn otlicers.  'Jhe pirates 'lied one p.nd wounded  four passengers'all CUtne!s<. ransnCk-  ed the ofTiccs' cabins, stealing S170  in cash, besides, a quant it ��������� of valuables, and securciV r. consl orable  amount of booty from the passengers.  Thoy disabled the eneihesv and 'dy'na-  ino. smashed ihe swltc'hboarJ t'-* atoms  and carried off the ship's Ugh tsand  stands ot i.rm** and amtnunU-ion. They  ���������ieid possession^ Q* the 'tcamer . for  four hours, eventually rowing off ,in  a boat, wbicb they stole, and two sampans.  Miller's Worm Powders are par excellence the medicin? for children  who are found sufftHng from the ravages of worms. They immellately  il--er tbe stomachic conditions under  which the worms, subsist and drive  them from the system, an'. at the  v.ime time, they are tonic:.'., in their  effect upon the' digestive organs, restoring them to healthful operation  and ensuring im*.*sunity from  further  . -.������,>i ������.t.,��������� 4-,./>T>^ cii4.ii. a. c3.use_  France  in,.:I*������ is'scssiori  of    What  Y**^e  Would  Have. Given . Fort-.rn- to  ; -KrioAi . ;���������."'-.  - Berlin.-^-It was recent:.- stated  the press' and public, -wit..' fnw ex-  l.ceptlons. ar. manifesting a nnstcrly  comrosure over the fall or the Zeppelin secrets Into the hands af the  French. Bu1 ,'. the iiltra-partrlotlc  quarters o'?.t'.'.e air part" Z 4 s fate  J nroduce's a state of min' tiordc-ing on  ' hystericsl  The T'i.e������*i!ehe llunHschaii suege-ts  that flic- otTicers in Jm shin fan only  he adequately dca.lt with In the way  France dealt with Mu.'*shal! Rnza'ne  for the .surrender of Metz; namely,  by courtmavi'ai. The journal agrees  with Die Post that It w.is he un-  questiohabl ���������'-'nty of. the senior 'J"r-  rran offloer tn Z 4 to blow up the alr-  shln with silt on Hoard and let It  alight on tiie narad' uroiim" at Mine-  ville a shanelcs mass nf smoking  wreckage, rat'ier tbnn run tbe risk  of perm'ttlnc Us priceless secrets to  fall into French hands.  "When the . 2ct fplln na=5������nii;tir- air-]  shin company's-offices ;.t-f*vnn'"'"tv, -on-  Maiii" seiit w,--.-u fo thf kaiser rt Tjnm-  burg of th. events at TiU'tcv'ile, his  majesty's first nouiry wa ��������� for the  nfi'nes'^r uhe offlcrrs   *n bonrd.  It Is declared tint the Tretif'-i in-  telllgenco department nas sained Information for -**..lcK it. ^-^llUl'prohah  hsvo" been glad 'to' nay "an immens������  sum of ni'*ney. That Is* the point  which strikes G'rmans as bv far t e  gravest aspect o7 the an'air. The  Taesi'che Rundschau even exnresses  the rear ������h.-.t t������*e nrl/.e which ha.', fallen Into France's hands may be deemed by her nf such .enormous value  that she will not much longer d������!nv  the day of'reckoning. . Ca.*ota'.V Hild-  I ebrandt," in the Lokal Anxelger. bow-  , ever, 'says the French will not ������������ven  ' now be able to imitate- the Zeppelins'.  Loudon.--A carpenter named Har-  nigold. living at Terrington. West  Norfolk, dreamed on Wednesday night  that on the following day he would  have to make a coffin for his father.  On the following morning the fatlu r  - as .'omul dead in bed from heart  seizure, and later in the day the son  made the     iffln.  ."Worn-iy." that's, what's the matter or em.. Stomach ������.*���������>*  intestinal worms. Nearly as bad as ilistfimpei*. (Jost yoU  loo much to, feed 'em'.;. Look bad-^irje^bad.'., 'Uon't phyaWT  ,'eifi io death.'���������",���������.SpOhn's-CUre wiii 'i%^'oy^vihe:^'ormkf.'^RiproV*f'  .'Ilie appetite, and tohei'em \ip all'iroirrid, ratiddoh't ''physla.  Aefs'on1 pilaniTs ������������nd bldort.'      Full,.r|ireetl<>hs'WitIi ������-ach"bottl*,  inid soUlby all <liu_Slsts.  SPOKtM MEOICAt- CO;. Chetntets. Goshert. Joel.  bottle,  U.S.A.  wa   mmmmk  elisor���������ere  nenee. tbe tramp indtiinantly brushed  off tbe insects, exclaiming:        ...      "Y'Y���������'"���������  ���������"Just.for that, now. every one of you  get right offl"���������Everybody's Magazine.  KAISER  TO  VISIT GIBRALTAR  Wishes  to  Inspeci  World's  Most  Famous  Fortifications  A HtMo colt���������like a litlto biby���������must have cateiulice<liniy  i,' you want lo raise u sturdy, valu.'ibte animal.   An 50011 aa  the colt outero'.vs its mother'n 111 iUt, aad a lit'.Se JNi'liR  NATIONA- STOCK FOOD to. it-, regulai tcea.     fhm  wiii help tha colt to grow in size, yigoi and strengib.  International Stock Food  Is tho fjrentest tonic Imown for atl clas'-cs of horses; Vour  ' horttcii will-Keep tiriilihy, their coat-, will bJ (jlosBier. and  thrv will huvo morn l..'n jind vim rn -6 quarts t-t bats aod ?.  INTKKNA'nON'AL STOCK FOOD than ihey would on  6 quii-ts without it. rjoui.lcs thin it will nssis.t 111 keeping  your horses free from diiitcmpcr, colic, inllucnzti, etc.  It will pay you 10 uso i>;TERNAT10NAL STOCK. FOOI>everj' day  for your riorsos. :m well aa ah ybu|-6thi.r livestock. -. .������������������      ,,  Tc!! ti; hov/ !i>r.t*y h^ncl of ptock you own nnd .we will ftend you, tr-rs."**i  j copy of our $0,lKM Sloct Hook, '.you nccJit on'the.farjnt,. .'���������'' ti~' "    " v"    ! Interontionn! Sto ���������!; Food and Veterinary' PreDaratioiifi. also t'oulWy  Food and Poultry Remedies, are tor sale, .by dealers everywhere.    Every preparation is sola on  'a spot cash guarantee lo give uatisfactory resulifi'or your nsoney. refunded.   -.-���������' i ti  1 J/yiur'dealtr'^attmot Mifijily you write usdirect. . ,,-.' -.88 .;  International Stocft Food Co., Limited TORONTO  id the  Sum-j |H  I  Some Say So  In our lesson today,, sai  day   school   teacher,  occurs  this  sen  fence:  Beware of false pr  any of you hoys tell me what a. false ��������� .  prophet Is?  Well, Sammy.  Please,  ma'am, the weather man.  said  Bad  Walking.  An aged colored man of the "Une"  Rasmus type shambled into a shoe  store in Tiiouiusviiiu. ���������";������.. and usUeti  for a pnir of boots.  "What's the mutter, uncle'**" nsUed  the clerk. "Vou never wore :i pair of  ehoes In your lire."  "No. snh," snld the old darky, scratching his woolly bend, "diit AU ain't. Ah  ain't never bad no shoes on In mah  life, but seiuie din licnli probislmni  done Rone Int.' effeck, de woods Is so  full ub bottles dnt n well tneanln' nlff-  pah knln'tv keep from -intiglln' his  feet."���������Indianapolis News:  "Tribute of a Smile.**'  ���������"The   htirdes*   t tit rig   ���������   have   to  do,  Jonnc.ie. -a-ith a pout.  "Is to lotj'k pleasant when  there's not  thins to smile about."  "The  hardest  thing   for  me  to do,  Teddy, with a Bmile,  "Is to be cross and out of sorts and fret-  tins all the while.  I'd  rather smllo  when   things'  go  wrong  than c-ry. for. don't, you cee,  A smile ls worth a dozen frowns for you  as well as me.  SPRING IMPUR1TJFS  IN THE BLOOD  A Tonic.Medici;������ h a   Necassiiy  at This Season.  Dr.   Williams'   Pink   Pi'.ls .for  Pale  People  are  _n  all  year  re and  to .ic,  .blood-builder and nerve-restorerY But  Be.lin;���������The .vaisrer. intends vtor pay^ they are especially valuable    in    the  1 visit to  jribraltar, next month in or-:| spring when the system is loaded with  inspect * the   famous   citadel .���������{ ij-npuriti  pii,;p5*. ri>r������BT������ im n ro 14 day*  \ otiv "TlniirclFt ivMl refund itinnev If t*AZO  OINTMENT fells to cure any ca������e of Itch-  tntt.   l-timd.   ]jio������:dinK  or  i'rou'udmc   Plie������  .it  ii iu 14  days.     60c. .  -    =?      lis  4,.    V-.  0*    o  from the face  And call  good  nature tn a trice to come  and ftll its place.  And so I never sulk.    Somehow i thinK it  ia a s"in."  "1 guess you're right.   I'lJ try your way,"  said Johnnie, with a Krin.  ���������Richmond Virginian.   "'  to  He  will   leave  Cusnaveri  in" the  Im-  perator. the g?ant Hamburg-American  saidV-finer,: which will be making its maiden  Gibraltar will be.reached in three  lays. One day will be devoted jto  -he fortress, v. here it is expected several British' and foreign battleships  will gather to greet the royr.l visUor.  The kaiser will then .*eturn to Ge.*.*-  irany on the Impc.ator, which will  start on its first journey" to America  a? t/eek later.  The kaiser has sent an invitation  tc Sir Er- "'- ? Cassel to accompany  liimion the trip.  ASPHYXIATED IN  .* .1.  Economy.  "It seems  strange  ro  me that  you  should  book  your  passage  to   Kurope  on   such   a   slow   steamer,"   remarUed.  ������iver to his friend Grinder.   "A lower  /.  BUS  danger  rume9 Frorr.  Benvlne Tank  Lives of Passenger  Geneva .-tA strange accident is reported from Flelhis, in the Tyrol, endangering the llv.es of seven visitors,  Children and School.  In the country, as u whole, less than'  Isalf the children finish the Urst six  (���������c-hool grades.-ouly about one In four  ���������ver enters iilgti 'school, uiid loss than  llvo lu 100 go' lo college.   fare certainly would be no inducement- one'df whom w^s'av. Englishman  Police on Zebras.  The   Geriiiutf   police   of   Africa   are  niouutcd 'on the bucks of zebras, and  these animals  have beeu found lo be  ���������very successful us mounts.  to a man of your means."  "My boy," replied Grinder. *'l havo  made my millions by always sueing  thnt I got the full worth o.r. my money.  If I can get ten days' board on the.  ocean for less money than five "would  cost, why shouldn't 1 take it?"���������Fuu.  OLD SORE HEM.Q  Nearly Impossible to  Heal Skin,  Badly Hurt.   Sora, Rqd and inflamed. Could Not.S,lepp.. CV.,ir: i  cura Sonp anfl'Ofhtkeht Healed.  Washing Paper Money.  If our first .presldpnt cotnon biiclt  He'll feel In quite a qunndary  To  know  why  the town once named for  bim  Has turned Into a Inundry. ���������  Ho noVor hnaril ns nrosiijoni,  Thoufih tie waa that two lerins. .  Whnt awful- dnnm't's''hlu pooplo were in  Krom various kinda of jiomiH.  And yet whon mhtlity mon .ho seorf'  In soap and wator slo.shlnR  Ho'll   nay   that   tho ' towri   ia   very   woll  unwed��������� '  All WaslilnBton Is washlniJ;..'    ���������JudKo.  ^\  Ilovrpman I'.lvir. ?'n:ilUilia.��������� "Whon  T  was thi.-tccn yua.ru tit a������;������\l..*y-nj,inv, hiiiii  badly hurt and uh'-n In"l-I.Vi ni,.' ti[_\.A v,:,.;  attaoiii'd to tlio bono. Tho  .hr.'ist,   hriilii)  nuuTill/iJi^-o  '���������    :i������|i!",1i   .mmXamrsbvt*.'   !.,���������-  1.1 ii-k[ .Hr x ;>^jMt^^-hi; tkjt.i  Vll'llrl ' **hfl'- *.'���������,',���������.'     fl'Y  lil.-.l  Ir.iUir.v'i'   Uii:ii<l  iho i-'.li"-i  ^.���������iml 1,,1.41 n lniTlivr ���������v'l-���������...  V.   A/f    \    iiijj:������.ii*������������T.i ii  i \'.-m ....;-'-l-  \y>\ I i-n'iUl rn.' v!,-i-|������al i.i^l,; ,,.i  Y '������ t ���������ii'i';oi'nt^ji'*.thnjiii.ln. Hi*!-  ���������wayt woro a" rotton liioiduiti: on lt..fo������m tin*  -nU)������ to tho kiiuo. I ur'a nunihrr ut ., ��������� -.r'i  1 UKOd -muvi-Aim piiiii������.'i-i, i!..,i hi; .t ,e-.i ��������� u.  1 HAW ClU'.Wt*.Wti', ^i.i::. ��������� uu ��������� n.. . ,'i 1. i:-. -  ���������ploof Ctitlriira Si rt *. titii! Cl'iittni-nt; ���������:. 1 ��������� ul.  for a wimple 11,11(1 pur*.1 mm-.i m,.i.ii in,u.-',,:?il  In els rt'rfye thn roivi tr������r������n hcnlrd Comiiloti���������'.,."  <Blicoed) Jiimou KJwurdn. Juno lit, 11)12.  FOR PIMPLlsAl5Bi_AckHEADS  Treatment: Crnily min-nr the -irn:r.l  ���������parUI Willi ''(Idlfilfa 'linini'-'.'t, on tl.n rii'l  of tin* tliiKi'r. hut <ii������ n������������t i"iio.    W.in'i i.if tii.i  I     ���������                         '        ! -          4i .   - ' .        ,       ,      ������������  I. ' .  *.    Ili.ll   Ul ..       '4>.  .  CtitUuir."'. Hoap und hot ���������vii', r und rurtMnici  I,������,i.!.i..> *��������� * ----���������-��������������������������� :-.*-���������'���������'���������^     ������������������ ���������  - ��������� ��������� ���������-  Im lii^i, on il-iiuir ..I..I i, '.',, ', .,t:.    .'���������' :���������'' ������������������ " t!:,v  :  UMi C'lltli u.-;i .*.n:ip (h-i-'.j   ''ii" '!������������������' '"���������''���������' '��������� ���������' '���������' '  tlltttl,   l4V  ll.t--.l-it, .III  J.lr  .. lili.i^'  ill.!..UK.W.1 ",,.' ,  fl���������*4.^4lrvn   i..,,|   rlfw- .Ifllf   4,f   flif.   ;,i,r  Appropriate.  Clara's Young Nliin-AVon't'yo'ii "play  ���������something for us. MaiidV  Mnud-Whr.t shall It be? '  (Mara ���������*.>h.' .itiytliing you ran t'hlnk of  that's appropriate.  The motor'''omnibus, which had replaced the old horsed diligence in  the district of Fl-ims,��������� arrived at the  station of. Fo-imnnfi-Froifle, and the  chauffeur opener, the door to ask the  'ravolers to deccend. All the passifr.-  i-ers were lying ir. a. heap, and looked  ii's'if they were. de'tid. The uncoi.>  cIoub travelers we:*., at once carried  to -i hotel.'" where- doctors intended  them, and they recovered !  The caus3 of the accident v.a. a defective ben/.l ��������� tank. The fumes of  the ens had entered tho closed car,  ���������vr'ailunlly rendering the occupants un-  OJ.lSClOUS. ,,       ���������  NEW THEATRE IN PAFtlS  'Snllt by a Syndicate Including Many  Americano  Parln ���������The Grand Thentr* des  ciriumV Kl-y-JCH" P������vl! 1wo iti:ntf.*-ural  .v-rfci'nmnces recently of 'K-eiivoniito  I'tHlnl,' hy Berlioz, nnd ti, . ���������l.rolHub-.  upf/' because one perfornuinf-e would  nit V Biiinelcnt to enable tlio tl.on-  'ii'nds who wlfhod to do so to ma.,0  a^iuiintahcowltU tlie new  t ea ro.  The Thoatr-'' hafl been built by a  -vmUcate;   In   which   llicro   Is  n   good  ies as &-.result o? the inlo-or  life of the winter months. There is  no other season when.-.the ilood is  so?much in ..eed.of purifying and.enriching, arid every dose of these piirs  helps to make r������vv, rich, red blood, j  In the spring one feels weHR and  tired���������Dr. William-'' Pink 'Pill^ give  strength. In the t-pring the appetite  is often, poor���������Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills develop, the appetite, tone the  stomach,and. aid..weak digestion. It  is in the spring that poisons in the  blood find? an "outlet in .disfiguring  pimp-es. eruptions .nd bciis ��������� .Dr.  Williams' Pinl. Pills speedib' cle^r  the skin hecaast thay go t the / *cot  or tho tro e !n the blood. In tie  spring anaemia, rheumatism, indigestion, neuralgia, erysipelas and many  otlier troubles, are most persistent,  because of poor,, .weak blood. . :d It is  at '��������� this time vylien all nature takes  on new 1I_a that thie blood most seriously .ne?ds attention". Lome peop' ���������*  dofte themselves with purgatives " at  this season, " ut these oniy further  v eaken themselves. A pur'- Mve  merely gallops through the system,  emptying fie bewelo,- but ,lt\does not  cure anything. On the o,ther hand  Dr. Williams' PI..-. Pills actually  make nc-;\v blood which reaches every  nervb and organ ln the body bringing new strengii" i-pw lioalth and yig-  ov to wea*.:, ensily tired men. women  and clilltlier.. Try Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills this sprlng���������thpy will not  disappoint yon.  Sold by all ?<'"r\,n. dealers r  sent by im,'l ;vt HO cents ,. bir������v..ii si:;  boxes for $3.50 by The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co..  Brookyllle, Out.  It Cured Him  There had been a little breezj at  dinner. Relations between husband  and wifj, were for the time bring,  distinctly strained. The silence grew,  oppressive.  So you think I smoke too much?  he asked at length, harping hack en  the same chord, ju3t by way of saying something!  Not at nil, she replied deliberately  forcing "��������� yawn..  Well, that's what you said a few  minutes ago.  I didn't say anythinc of the sort.  : don't think you're smoking too much.  Didn't you say I'd die if I didn't  cut it down?  Yes: that s what I said.  And it took hlr- qu  to grasp the meaning of the remark  Then he was quite angry.  3ui St cured him of the habit.  1 *���������_---,���������������_    *M-nri_  rt,   M\*ii.fm,   Tb CLEANS >nd>  ���������HSlS-PL_as  "A.B?a"  NO  chance p������  l-!STArCES  ?: if you us^  The Gisar-nteed ������**9-l_; _������Y_i for'   |  .All kinda of Cloth." f  I ' TRY IT ������nd prorc It Jor younrP t-    ��������� I  I Send for FrceColorCard.Sfory BooTklet.cnd BooSc- 1  .', let alvlnit re������ultii ot Dyetnc over_therfolora. B  i The John������on-Rlch������rd������onCo��������� Limited,*-  Bfiontreei ������  II    _������������������������������������.__ 1M^_ - ^  ^-lajrpole  sv,  Soa|������       ^|  Minard's t' iltnent used by Phvslclar.s  Art as a:i Amusement  Post   Impressionist���������Of     course    yi  paint purely for my own amusement  you know.  Visitor to    Studio���������Nonsense,    my  dear fellow.    They simply tickle us to  death, too!  FINES FOR DOPING HORSES  ' Maud-Tfi'ou I'll play rfonteWt-BWt;^..^^ American ino*my.  -New  \-oi\i American. #T   "   '       ' '"   '    '          ������������������ Avenue MUu.nlpne   wl.l.Mi  ..iub                   ,- .^owiv-to tho Seine trom tho, <;lu,n,r:s  :ii������*. i  .IJiwrnl  hiitiir.!'1 ������������������������  llirouKhoiit thn wm lil.  erwlt. \fn.  iMiii  .1. -1.   . ...... ..,.,,..  J������i������*f   riinl    I'niiir    lli'iii/   tn.   ClUfin.  l������������pt. *7U. lKixtun. V.H. A.  W.   NA  U.   04a  .   The Way Up. ���������'���������:|������^  Two   mon   totloii   nI<Im   hy   Hldo,,  nnd"on*',  wroiipiit woll with hrnln mid hand ���������������������������  ���������  And  hrnv'v  thouKht   to  provu  IiIh  wnrthr  the other ������lyl'v l-lunrii'd  And It.'iitciod-, t Initio who hud Hit- power'to  raise mm i'r������m tln>, thronli.  'i'ho pioplii  wci'i* iiniazi'il  to une  liciw.fum  ���������  In* not nlimu  Thoy Hii.y'lhnt. worili will (tlwuyu win.   Ah,  woll.  purlinph H will,  fJ'.;*.' h-*  '!:"*.   !!;,;���������,,.-.,, 1   |,.,���������,,.., now;  tli" .ith-  i r'u   "rirlMur  "'in  ���������Chu.'UKO Ui'ioril-I loriild.   (  Not Wantinp;  Excitement?  "Slinll ymi ntii'iiil thu ncrnplano  iiirot  ne.xt  wi'i'kV"  "S'.ii  I." ;  "Nut   intore^tedV"  ",\'i,l pit rt l-*ulii rly. Von mu> I uttcru!*  Hi Ilm*.railroad iircldeiil last weuk."  [ Early Pprino Poem.  I   -f IM'   '.  !i   ''.������������������.;���������   :i   ���������!>���������,'.f   nl   ���������ijn'ij-ir".  i       t:r ir.iiiii.iA-.-.i.i'.' ii|niti lln- \*'111jr.  A ml   nm l(������  li   mmm  A I , ��������� ���������' 11    lli<-    |rrv>.  ' Thul   i.|iili,/;tline Im Miippmo-il  |..  lirltiB- '  Hi<  Inin  rlin*.   I   irrivly  Imrni  I   rinpit   yin'ii'  rcinlv   fm   llin   wuinl.  Hfirlin'   tuirrlfi   Ii4>( Ifmm  '���������.inlt u|> KiirlniC rluiei.  Ton  run'!  ������������������ni'Hpii      llrrn Iw  th������  tlmt;  I ^J-*jijUvIII������* Courl������r-Jouj-ii������J.  tff^'neofi iVwili. neat about 2000 p.v>  .rfiiSrriilip ���������������������������.'������);'h������"l I" gather l.^s  ".\an two ,yc������- }v ,., ���������_____-    ,  .  Cm Dutch Cown Read  ,,., ?  11   .,(',,>' ���������-C tile ' .tnacd'oiiipaiilei'  i'v  ,V'".li*ovpr'"ar.. forbldde i     In    cr������i*a  rais'.VVvltlKc-. runs "tho InrtrrM lion nn a:  ,'jiiiptr.it i.car Miit'lritK Holltttid. ,  Hin  Studies '.���������.������������������  ,.,,,,' !,M.i:in d   to  r,'.v.-,-)"ot   tl'.o  '*o'.r!  '  i.l? i f thi'.lai't.. stu(i*>n- lb ouri <'lasrt.  .V!ty' ' '���������",.���������.-. ./-'������������������  ���������    .   ,     ��������� '    .  Whet 1 ���������p.HknA Jinx wlmt wire l,.c;  imi.1,1' stiidlc.H'in, oniltitoUniy, he v.-:  Ki-d-   SwiiHoWH.'.liats and l.ili.s. |  Music nnd  H.'i'.t' ' !  I!* vun ai'f> getting bald, e.liiinr.o/yiniv ,  vticii:liiii.     ���������'"   A     (li-trumii   sinti^lcian  ;, 11-i  un  thii-f V.  per cent   rd' liiiii'iioliinu  ni''1   linld   Uf J������>   pi'*"   ���������������'"l   ���������'���������'   ���������"' ''   '���������'  ��������� 1,1,cr '.ni'i'llr-ctiml punnillH.  ���������Waiting, for. Appolnlmcnt     , .  T'.:r   I'.ifri'l'd,. lonji,'i  l<������  tild   the ill roil-."j  Hi'ti'iuh  Vn.iunlli'c   I'roMlug--  ,\,i,| tin' humcr ,'iii'     "   i">" '���������"������   . ���������     i     i. ,,,.., 1111>,,  S'.afC PVotogruphoi���������'I've canght ���������  snapshot of the floeing "ganililer!  City Kdltn.���������Good! No\v take a  time   exposure   A'   tho   palico   In   pur-  HIlU.  Wcint^-ci: A Keen Cutler  A siu'ci-asl'iil bu. IniKcl'ile , \)hiy*  v,'f!g!it waa li" h.s New York sludio  ono nionil.g trying to w1*.ij.l'a hccho  into good t*,,*.:i|)(>. Tile mpro attempts  he nm���������-. ho more Ivas/dblo hu Ihi-  caiiic. Finally, du-li.g 'ono of the  painful luiift';, lili I'.w.vcluiy ventured  io iuiIi: ��������� .   .,      .  NVhofe !,'���������. the pa or-.cn tt or 7  ,    I ��������� don'I, ..vail*,    any   .paper    cutU'i!  sh.iuicil l.h(':'di!i'i.til.,.s!.'" I'm Mrod of  ���������llvliv;.      What I Want la a tiifoi.it. cui-  tcv! ��������� ',,������������������������������������  French   Steeplechnre  Society   Guar*, s  Against Fraud  Parts. ��������� Penalties varying from  $100 to $1000, with power to withdraw trainers' licenses, in the last :  sort, are Imposed for doping (giving  stimulants to horsesl by regulations  adopted at' the annual meeting of the  French Stcepl:chase Societ",.  The responsibility Is thrown on the  tra*::er in every case in which it Is  proved-that a horse rar-under the influence of a stimulr-iit illegally administered. Horses with /esplrato.y  tubes -"'ill be debarred from race  courses controlled by the society.  I  SOB.U  Jtxouble  in   ho  oves ������e> ���������  EASILY  With   Maypole  Soap   there   is  no  e and no muta  home   dyeing.  I L>ves cotton, wool,  IiiIK or mixitue*. 24  colors-wiil give any  shade. Colors 10c.  Black 15c���������at your  dealer's oi postpaid  with booklet "How  to Dye" from  s  !  <!-JS_-kM  B SoS  r. \[. BESEOiGT 1 00. monireai  !ir*r������IJ,^S8r.l'U8HB5I84_B  i i k\* i* i B____i-!'A'i__ii.i.-_.>^ar  iiP-___i!-W-_  Suicide by Machlne-Gun  Se.Min.���������A private ln an infantvy  regiment ..t Grar. las committed suicide, y placing himself before a w  chine-gun and firing It by mean*: of a  cord. His tveast was riddled with  bullets. The ma: had had differences  with his superior officers.  Edgar Knew Them���������Thu teacher  was heiylDK kor clasa or small boys  in -mathematics.  Edgi.' . she Bald, If your fathei' can  do a piece of work In seven dnys,  and your Uncle William can do it. In  nine days, how long would \\ take  both of them to do It?  They would never get done, answered the 'hoy ewnciitly. They would  ���������.it down  and toll fsh stories.'  A Power of Ita Own.���������Dr. Thom-  asl lij-lneiric Oil han n subtle, powor  of Itn own llin! oihov oils cannot protend to, though thoro are many pro-  l(-iu'itu'n. All who liif ��������� usod it know  tlila ami l<oop It by thom aa th > moat  valuable   llnlnipnt,    available. Ii  uhcb  ai'o   '.nuiiiiinrn' -o  and   I'or mmiy  yeiirv. It li.*.H,,h'ti'(m pried as tho :  ing HnlniciVt ior'  "hn nnd b.wiHt.  l-jiTipI'V-hoatUul    not  no  tiiiin.  can '."<>t. full  In  ������������������^g^^^'k^Vl^  vm&cm  ,    The  Run; way  I 'lliiiik. old follow, began Mr. Fain-  hlyman,. It,-Is time yon wi'ro hoglrtnln^  to iiuiii  to',' a Wiro,  To limit fen o.io rcpliod th.' highly-  ������������������dlgihln biii'luiof. You moan HVi  ilnio I   gave up avoiding ono and *������l-  uoil' liiyncif to bo captured. ' ,.  Tho IVfati   who tc-irivoo An  Automobile Firtcls  ������**?*_J^  Keep Mil rd's LinliuciU Ir. the hout-t  Tnkeii to heart  Mra. Cliuiuiol���������-Oh, llci.ry, I wish  yoii had boon to ciiurc'v this morning.  Iir. Dlvuti ���������tcuchoil one of the loveliest st-ruinm. o*i i.ovo your nolghbor'  anil tin." way his ri'inarkH umdi- that  nplUiful, liDlcl'ul Min. Oabbcrii atpirm  was somoth'.iii that would have done  < rmr honr*  |>ond  THOUSANDS  of farmers  and horsemen  have saved money  by u s 1 n g Ken-  dall'sSpavInCurc  fcr Spavins. Curb, Ringbone, Splint*; Bony  Growths and Lameness from many other  causes. These men know that Kendall's  Is a money saver and a horse saver. Wo  can prove it by thousands of  Grateful Lettftrk From Uuers  La won--, s.\������_., Dbc. 13th, 1911.  "Ihnve'a large aboct' cf horses and era a  user of Kendall's Spavin Cure. I must say  that I always had tne best satisfaction from  its iise, and can reeotnmendedtit to any  horse owner." JOSEl'II I*FUN1>.  . Piokon 1.AXM. +r������i*. Dec. 34th, 1911.  "I have list- Kendall's Spnvih Cure for  five years. I find it '��������������� fire cure for'Spavins."  T.'II,1,IAM GRANT.  Price %i  per bottle���������*- bottles 55,   Aslc  drun.ifist  for   free Ijcev  ���������'Treutise oa  the  Horse" orvrrite tori. ?3  Dr. B. J. Kon^.jdl Company  ������no������l������f.-<r Fnlli, Venmont, , ''   "-t. A.  FEMALE HELP WANTED  LAU1KS WANTED���������Tc do work at  homo; decorating cushion tops; caa  make from f3 to $5 por dey; pleasant  vork. A.moa. yy.i*'. Ct... Dept. N. 4'i  Steele Blk.,  Wlnnlppit.  .mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmA  Owing to the auvy .rush oV Hprk-.it  tralllo to noithorn points In DrltlsM  Columbia, ti.o ..ain.������������ '.tiieni,,. of' tho  Grand Trunk Paclllc Stoainstil.t Com*  pany aniouncos that It'will fob linnbltf  to hiBtall oll-burnlhg mfhl.fiiont' "\xt  tl.oli* Htcamor 'Prlncis* John1*'' lirimt'd'  modlntojy as " ud .hoen'rthf'Wndiidi fftf  foni" of dlHorganl/Ing tbo, nervlco und  will not wlllidiiiw hoi:< fidin T..~' rejj-  ular run i'or tH'.s pnrppso until l\.e  mil umu. llll Lv.rnlpg .puglmm were  lnatnllod In tho Pclnco Rupert and,  ITJn'cc George lit*'t spring nnd ln tho  Prlnoo Albert with In the last, fntf  wookr, so that when slmlliu* cn-filnofl  nro placed In l)io Prlnoo .Tohn all of  tho conipiin-'H Uuui lug vcBflols will I.i  tli'.od with the lr.ont modern, and elli*  clciii  ctjul'-mcnl    ���������    ��������� ���������      ���������  ���������      ���������      -m  ,     We nlwavit  feel  llko  taking oh* our  l,rit   to   the   man   who   iiiIiuIh   hla  o\\:i  ! buiiliicuu.  The Only  rir.'i'tiiuljv  LU.ir.r; tint will  llli:OVIi    (r|l'lll,|>.  till! Ililllrlri flllll.ltll llllll COlt.  4u4rlii.ii()r.'',i.!i.:;ii������'|i.  tianllnlnun-ni.  OniD Csfiniry tlmlli-l, Moninci  -������������������TwriTyiirr**"''*"J |"J**- wwrn \ call pu Bl'.l, ivjw  l.llllc Frcildir :-c:i(ii:*:l the ninti. c  ii^o _ 1' thrrc, id dlncurdcd pntllciuitu  for knlckfsi bnc.lu-r:i.  Ah,   cried   Iho   proud   mctlur,   now  . . .,   -...,,,   ..   ������������������Mie.   4-noo  I'   The  llcd'iliig wns  In cRtu'let*.   Ills-  1 jiliiyinii: lilti gai"'i!'Jiitii.to Lii.jii  tun iju-  vnntiigu  ho  oiigcd cUhoi   to  hin  mother and v/hliipcrod:   Mummlo, can I  v^^^Slt(|'fc*__j___P#*_>r  ^^fcsh  ^^***t*P''**"P h astmmaaamaw*^^^. a 0^  ������������������rtninpio in<u 11 yon wnto Nuimnal  Diuu uii'l Ciii'ialiul O'J,, of CunuUi^  Limltt'J,   Toii'iuo."  /II  !|  m  um nr-g-  11  a  tiy;tizySfmM^StT^S!M  IT^CtT'WKT TiwiTTWRT  FHE    GRtBTCm    BE VIEW,    CRESTON.    ByG.  ,-r:--.%.;r.-5:,7;.'.i',-,vi;'&-.>:'j'sSft'a^������aa_S  >'.-   r;,'.'r .^���������'N-'J^^rY^^SBa.aSSSaHH  vr-   .. ���������.  rHete's a chance  ���������a  for you lo buy  your range from  the factory and  save? 30%���������- to j  buy it on easy "  terms and to get  the very range  ou would choose, even if you  ad to pay the retail price.  ' Gur free book shows you  exactly what the range is like. It de- \  scribes each point clearly, and w������ |  guarantee pur range tone juai  as represented!.  You might bs well save the retail  n0nt,*.  ��������� r���������'������������������  Mi.il the coupon to.dav.  Pomimon  Pride  '-*"������������������-���������-���������S3*^-Y ���������  {'Poliahed  j steel Body-���������-  j unbreakable  indoors and  ...,'.~tm ���������  . beautifully.  _-?nickeile_  (Canada   ^  dlilleableS  ���������Steel Range Mfg  ������*., limited, Qstiawa  ���������plena send Boob.  sNaese-  Address-������������������������������������.#-.  l-.'elevancles .-;'??  The ancient Ger*r:ns revere J the  gift of second sight?ascribed to their  women. But then the ancient Gc ���������  mans were a simple set. who had  practically noth't1*   * conceal.  If it wer*\ not for the bores it would  be rather difficult    to    realize    what  | eternity is.  I     Instead of Y-  .nany schools for or-  | atory thjiv ought to be a few highly-  endowed institutions for", thei cultivation of .. e art of silence.  You can lead a *������ an' to the bar tn t  you can't make him take a five ceui  , j���������*���������������-���������  j  Utlllti.  When our own hearth fire burns  brightly it Is hard to convince us that,  everybody else in the world is not  thoroughly conu?rtab!e.  ! If you wouid do ,me an injury, let  it be a direful wrong. It will rankle  less than an act ot petty malice.  It is mere egotism that causes a  man to praise his own wife to others.  He ls simply patting himself tin the  back for his discernment in her selection.  COP PRESSED  AS  GIRl  ������=  Wasted Effort  Two young lovers wers dining at.  .6 cafe Oj-* evening. Chicken was  .'serve., and the young man securing  t"-i������-- w'^'-'-'i't" said to his companion:  ���������you take hold here and pull, and wish  -lor something When it breaks the  .one who has the bigger part will have  what was wished for.  But I don't know what to wish for, l  *he objected.  Oh, you -an tbinl of something, he  tfaid.  Nov'-1, can't,- she insisted. I car.'t  -think o   anything 7 want very much.  Well then I'll wibh .'or you. he ex*  .claimed.  Will  yoi.   really,   she   said.  Tense,  i 'ood and  Gender  A somewhat angular, severe looking  spinster was standing on the station  platform outside a mail-coach, inspecting, with undisguised curiosity, the  ingenious net arrangement which is  able to sweep in mail bags while the  train is in swift mo lion.  Is she w.rkmg all right? asked one  of the officials.  Aye, aye. Bill, replied Ks mate,  when suddenly the lady touched him  on the sh >ulder  Why do >ci all It she? she enquired, as us'T.l athirst for information, i  Because, madam, it's a mail- catcher, replied the courteous official.  Andjthe sniff of the angular spinster  almost drowned the shrill whistle of  the engine then preparing to move off.  A Long stride  Nervouff Old Lady (to Police nan)���������-  Shall I get a shock :'. 1 put my-foot on  th V car line?  Policeman ��������� No, ���������aum. not unless  you put the oth     foot on the trolley  Well, then, in that case there's no  -SB0     UK14  youWn hr.ve me.  fooling with the wish-bone-  ���������wirc.  >  TO CURE A COLD  IN  ONE  DAY  Teke LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tab-  -fete.    Druggists refund money if tt falls  3b cure.      ������2.  W.  tCJItOVE'S aisnature is.  jen  ������-iich  box.       2Bc. .���������"-.���������  State of Ohio. City of Toledo.  ���������Lucas County I ~~  Frank J. Cheney makes oath tbat. he Is  senior, partner of the firm.of P. J.  Chenev & Co.. doing.bns'npss in the etty  of To'edo. County and Stati*- aforesaid,  and that said firm will pav the sum bf  ONE HbiMDKED DOLLARS for each and  . every case of. Catarrh thnt cannot be  cured-by the up" of Hall's Catarrh Cure.  PRANK   J.   CHENEY. '  Sworn  to  belore mo and  snibSerlbed In  r..y presence,  t s 6th day of "December.  Did Not Feet Quite at Home I 'Togs,  Yet Success Was His  London, England.~Dressed as a woman. : a��������� ��������� * fresh-complexion ed yousig  Woki___a���������i. Berkshire, r plice constable named Albert Pellwood so completely deceiv-i: John Butler, -.local  painter, that he did not know u_..l  after his arrest that he bad attempted  to flirt with a constafcla. At Wokingham police court BUtler was.sentenced  to two month-' hard labor for sending  objectiona,ble letters t. Miss Bart! ���������  loinew, of Wokingham.  , These letters, it -.as stated-in court,  asked Miss Bartholomew to meet him  outsideYier home. She did not read  the letters, her mothe. opening ih^m  and her father informing" the police.  Iu order *o identify the writer an* to  arrest him, Superintendent Goddard  conceived tho idea oi dressing Sell-  wood in ' clothes belonging to Miss  Bartholomew. So disguised, Sell-  wood kep1-. ..the appointment made for  Miss  Bartholomew '-...'  Sellwood Id h w he played his  part. I dres3e.1 at Miss Bartholomew's house. ��������� . .������ wore a tjeiit-ntting  light brown -erge skirt, a white  blouse, b. Dullv "Vardsxi h������t motor veil  feather joa and a long gray ulster.  Dressing was not an easy natter. The  skirt was rather tight round the  waist and the movements of my legs  were very much restricted. The hat  went on easy enough bv.*: I had a  little trouble with the blouse.  walking down the drive I found  myself tripping, through trying to do  the regulation 36-inch stride. I soon  came do-wn to 18 inches. I saw Butler standing near the gate and I walked up to Mm. Then I thought of my  voice, which Is rather deep. I pitched  it as near to the falsetto as I could  and said:' Good evening. He v/as delight- to spe me. called me 'Dearest*  and sugsre ted a walk.  a arrai4*=r*r*4 *.o meet, i*���������n "".scain *,wo  evenings ffter at-the same time and  nlace. On that evening at 7.30 I  tfrepsed un again, oniy was not alone.  Butler was 'hen arrested, *and that  ended my part.  HAD SORE 4 YEARS  Zam-Buk Healed It in Few Weeks  Mareh'onr ; as Cinema Playwright  ~ London.���������The Mar"?? and Marchioness Townshead visited the Picture  J-Iouse, Croydon, to witness the first  -production of the marchioness* new  .cinema play:   A. Strong Man's. Love.  ii..xj.   joao.  it*   ...   .   ' n.l  r ���������a..  A.   W.   GLHASON.  Notary   Public.  MaH's'Catarrh Cure Is taken Internal's',  ana   acts   directly   on     the     mood     and  mucous  surfaces  of the  system.       Send,  for test,    onials free. '���������  IT.  J.  CrH'E?,"!*'Y '& CO.. Toledo. O  .Sold  by  all  druggists.   75c,  1���������i.:e Hall's Family Pills for constipa  tlon. ,    "  War on Sparrows  London.���������At the cost of a levy of  <one halfpenny per acre the members  ������>i the Naughtbn, Suffolk. Sparrow  .Club have destroyed 20t '_���������' sparrows  #nd 3480 aggs during.the past yenr,  making 7587 birds and 18.031 eggs  ''estroved in the four vears of ths  club's existence.  Easily Paid  Look here, sir, said the impatient  .creditor, 1 am talking about that bill  ^ou owe me. Will you please pay  * little attention?  Surely, replied tho care-free debtor,  ���������that's easy. Only don't ask me to  ���������pay you anything else.  His Revenge  Let me take, that wretched thing  $iome, said tho patient, as the dentist  ���������relieved him of hi r-chlng molar." I  ���������want to take it home and poke sugar  Art, it and see it ache.  One day Pat went into, a public  house and asked if the lady at the  bar would take stamps in exchange  for whiskey.  Yes, was the reply, whll.* pouring  out the whiskey.  He _rah?*. in haste and then stamped five times with his foot and walked  out triumphantly.  Bon viv^nt (married for money, to  his friend)���������That is my wife coming  there..  Friend���������^Console yourself. It might  have been *^orse.  Pater famlllas wan lecturing his son  jon education. Look here, my boy, he  jj-ald: I made my pile with only a com-  mon school education.  I dareaay, dad replied the son, but  4t takes a college 'education to know  -how to spend It.  Prince *k Naval Cadet  London.���������-The name of Prince LouIb  .of Battenberg appears in a list issued  joy the admiralty, of candidates who  fcave passed the qualifying literary  .examination tor naval cadet ship and  ���������will enter the Royal Naval College.  .Osborne, next month.  Why do you insist on having music  with every dinner ask^d th2 old patron.  It relieves the pressure, replied the  proprietor by giving the people something besides the food to find faul,  with.  Worms sap the strength and undermine, the vitality of children.  Stren_t en them Ly using Mother  Graves* Worm Exterminator to drive  out the pa. asltes.  Kruger Relies for South Africa  Capetown.���������Relics of President  Kruger, which formed the nucleus of  the South African Museum .a**: Dordrecht, hav*> now, by a Judgment of the  Dutch court of appeal, to be sent back  to South Africa and placed in a museum there.  Further Indication of the develop  ments of Prince TVapert's fishing industry is to be found in a desr..t.h  from that place received at Grand  Trunk Pacific head-quarters in Montreal announcing the consignment of  the first car-load of halibut to the  east by the Canadian Fish ard Cold  St.oraze Coiiipany The fish are shipped to Bot.ton by express and are reported to ' e in the very "jest of condition . Temporarily these shipments  are forwarded > Vancouver in regular coasting vessels and shipped  thence in cold storage csrs but as  soon as the main line of the G.T.P.  is completed the;- will be despatched  direct frOui Pi'iiiCe 'rviipeiL irom iiiil.  route. *  So rapidly has the Canadlari Fish  and Cold Storage Company's business  developed that it has recently been  obliged to r*.dd two vessels purchased  In Seattle o its already numerous  fleet. On these vessels are a large  number of fisherm������3fn from New Brupsr  wick./Nova Scoti-a *and Newfoundland  ���������coming north to enga"ge in their occupation at Prince Rupert.  Have ypu some old wound or soi  which has def-j  all doctors* romed-  ics? If so, yours i- a case for Zam-  Buk!  Mr. Oliver Sims.-5of Purv������ flV" i.v  writes:���������"l had an Id Irritatlug sore  on my forehead that :tad troubled me  Tor font* yoar?.., S'a'i-Buk was foco���������-  mended to me and in a marvellously  short time it hea!e*V the obstinate  fere perfectly. You may depen '.  upon* *it that after this nrbof of its  power.we will never Lc without a box  o2 it."  As a rapid and certain healer of  ulcers, abscesses, piles, inflamed  places, cuts, burns br .lses, scalp  sores, eczema. . i-uptions, ezo. You  can get nothing to -squal Zam-Buk.  All druggists and stores at 50c. bo.*c  or port free for price from : m-Buk  Co.. Tor jito. Try Zam-Buk Soap for  tender skins and baby's bath. 25c.  tablet.  A city .-.���������omajt- who recently passed  a few days at .- fcrm, bDr~ht some  poultry from the farmer with a -'lew  to providing fresh eggs for h-eakfast  every morning. She sent them to  town by messenger, at the same time  desnatching a note to her husband  telling him to lool out for the con-  R'gnment. He- hrtbaad. on reaching  bis home tbat night, asked if the poultry had arrived. He was infor" *d  that it had. but explained the servant  he had carelessly left the basemeiit  door onen and all the c' 'okens had  escaoed. A fowl hunt wai Immediately o-gani7.ed The next day the  husband.' meeting his wife on h".r return, exclaimed: A nice time 1 had  with your mltry. I rrpent three  honrs hunting ard only for- ! t?n.  You mav ennsidor yo'iireself iuo'r-v,  then, rer-i'ed his *AifeJ for I only  bought six.  ?*\ Clear Record  Seeing the youngster sitting on the  doorstep, crying pitiably, a k.nd-heart-  ed old gentleman went ap tc him, and  asked what might be the matter with  vixB  J.2.U.. ���������  Hunger appeared to be the matter;  the boy said he hadn't had anything  to eat that c"-./..  But why doesn't your f;.".er give  you food?  No reply.  What is your father? asked V. e  would-be philanthropist.  'E's my father, came t-e somewhat  astounding reply.  Yes, but v.hr't is he?  Ow, really 'e's my stepfather.  Yes,   yes,   yesl   exclaimed   the   old  ..^^X1f.mf.^m *������~. -.������ 41^.^4.1-. ���������������*       . ������ .  ^C114.4C44U414        4444 J40,1 IClltl}   . liltt WUat  does h0 do? -. ./eep" chimneys, drive  a 'bus, or wh'.t?  The light of intellt'rjnce suddenly  dawr^d on the small boy's puzzled  face.  Oh, 'e ain't done nuffin since we 'ad  'im, he replied.  He's the most superstitious poke/  player I ever saw.  Yes, ana he got so superstitious  here  lately that  he  doesn't play tLe  _o-mo   of   oil   o*iir   mrwe,  You don't say?  Yes,   he   suddenly   discover-: "   that  there aire thirteen cards in each suit.  .  ii iiii, cii-i. ii-ucj-  car nearly  hit me.  Sav no harm of trolley cars. They  are the only things that an automobile is afraid of.  Grateful for Small Things  She put down the book with a sigh.  What is it, darling? he asked.  Ah, dearest, I r.tr. ao happy, sho replied.  But you had such a sad look In your  eyes Just now.  A  Myt-tery / .1 know.      I've been reading about  An old lady making her first vlait.1 the   unhapplnoss   that  the   Wives   of  io the, theatre saw one of ou.Bocnllod  ?nen  of  ������onl"?��������� h?v _ a*w������V8  had  to  clasulcnl dancers.    Whon the curtain  bear*      0h' Alfred, doar, Im so glnd  ���������fell uh������ turned excitedly to her daughter;     My soul, Mol.ndal sho whisper*  4������d.       It's   wonderful  Wretched From Asthma.- -Strength  of bodv and vigor of mind are inevi1-  ablv > lmpaiE':>d by the visitat'ons of  asthma. Who can live und������r tLe  cloud of recurring attack**, and keen  ^ody ind mind at rheir full efP"i������ncv?  Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthm*. Remedy  dtssioat9Sfhe cloud hv removing the  cause. It do<*g relieve. It does  rector*'-' the sofPorpf to normal bodily  trim  and  mental  happiness.  Thr". C:ioir  Mrs. Larkin, remarked the minister, we wish you would I t your  daughter join the choir.  Ol I couldn't think of it! replied  Mrs. Larkin. She has a sweet dls-  positiqn, and I don't want her to ho-  come quarrelsome.  '_ii_i-f_  _������ipJil|H|_r  -Flins'1,1  I Mlill|lll|tili|l|liiillU'(|l')ll|Iil|llll|illlt l|i|IUli|iil  if"      UULlAMC-'i  U5ifil,," '  Sure Signs  Spring is coming, observed Flatly. I  can feel it in the air.  So can I, replied Brokely. in the  air my wife assumes toward me when  she begins talking of the limited extent of her wardrobe.  A yood Sign  French  diplomat- at   a  A French diplomat-at a luncheon  in Washington, praised President Wilson's' inausrural address.  I liked the modest tone of this address, he said. I .liked the ending,  where he asked so humbly and so sin-  cerelty for the people's support and  counsel.  A Princeton woman nodded approval.  Sincerity and mndeptv. she snid are  the keynotes of the President's char-  '?���������������^er. ���������     ���������'?;'.'���������-.  They .as-suff us that he will do nothing. inirr,K:ai to th*** people's! ' will-..  He will **8ir.f;mbsr what I once heard  bi*r> say #   .  The wiso leader is ha who' knows  when  to follow.  Sometimes the only man who comes  out ahead in a lawsuit is the lawyer -  FOUND THE CAUSE  THE REST WAS EASY  DODD'S   KiBNEV    PILLS   QUICKLY  CURED   HIS   : IDNEY   riCZAS Y  '   '   ������������������_-:>?*.:-  .������-4iier.   out-  tm^.mm    ���������m  ��������� m,  ...M     --  Ki.jm  vr........    e-���������,_j   4v..._������.  -  - . -s������������i o,   . vuiiu  vcuiCrt  U..*lf.mm       M--.UI.--.I.  ..m.*,mm.,      ...m. ������sa.*JciMrv,  ���������mm    CI.,,  W.        ���������     . 0'  Kelief and  Permanent Cure fn. thj  Greatest of Osnadsar!  Remedlcc  Marchbank, King's    County,    N.B.  .. ..na.^l...  QUUCl 144&  Itracefnl and yet  ���������moved her feot.  iho  She's   that  nover    once  Skulln Under City Hall  Dublin.���������Workman engagod in exoa-  ���������,'RtlottH under the city hall d!neovo.rcirt  at a depth of three feot six Inchon,  five Jitimon ukulls anil a, number of  ���������Jionen, which appeared to bo humun  anuH and legs.  Rind  you're just an ordinary sort or a fellow.  Little Willie, who was puzzled ovor  the namo ot a famous Arctic explorer,  asked his father: How do you pronounce the flratnama of Ktuul Ras-  muHflen���������with a ehort u or a long  ono? Oh, it doesn't make any difference! replied Ihe fnther, who didn't  know. Woll, I don't know! said tho  boy. I think tt maker* a good deal  of difference whether a man is nud  or nudo In tho Arctic rogloim! '  COUNTESS   COU-T-MARTIALEC  Descendant of Vasco da Gama Accused  of Treason to PortULuese  ^jpublic  Lisbon.. ��������� .The greatest interest was aroused throughout Portu  gal by the' t������ial by cou. t-martlal of  Donna Constanoa da Gama, a descent-  ant of Vasco da Gama, tho famous  Portuguese explorer who rounded the  cape in 1 til, a^d daught .��������� of the  countess of Cascaes, who had been  imprisoned sin :e Ji./ on a charge of  conspiracy against the republic.  Donna da Gama refused to allow  any witnesses to be called for the defense and Instructed her lawyer hot  to ask for her acquittal. The cour  was crowded! Hundreds -.���������* women  were present, -nil wearing black.  Nearly all of those present ������ose wl.sn  the prisoner entered and took her  place by the side of two other i-  oners���������a soldier and a servant���������who  were alleged to have been her accomplices .  The trial eu ed by the acquittal of  Donna de Gama .'.nd the condemnation I* the .ther two prisoners to two  year&' Impi'isonment.  Osl-nd.���������M. Marquet, the casino  proprietor, has made nrro.ngemonts to  have a luxurious gambling room fitted  up In a huge steam yacht vhlch is to  ply between Oatend and oth water-  lr*r placeH. Gambling will only take  placo when the yacht is outside the  three mile limit. Although games of  hazard are now forbidden, a Franco-  Belgian group has paid $11,000 for the  lease ot the gambling rocm in the  Kursaal duYng tho next summer sea-  con.  Minard's Liniment Co.. limited.  I  was  very  sick  with   Quinsy  aud  thought   I   would,   strangle.       I   used  MINARD'S  LINIMENT  and  It  cured  me at once.  I am never without. .*. now.  Yours gra* jully,  MRS.   C.   D.   PRIir--^.  Nauwlgewauk, Oct. 21st.  JJWH ""  ADDRESED TO WOMEN  arts  I  ffa Wt^������ mt^f m*  11  II  _ST* #_i __i ___   _>���������_. ������_j������ mm b3_1 _r_ vMrw j__4!-i ~L?yy  Hot flanhofi, dlstzlne**, fulntlne spells, backache, ltesdache,  kenrlnar-dfiiWri pt>in������, netvtnamsmxr-������li are ������y������apU>m������ of irregulatlty  and female ditturbAiaeu Mod tu* a*t bayoad rellaf.  Favorite Prescription  1* that of ������. famona phyaielaa nnuanally a-|i������rian������ed  la th* treating; ������f weraan'a piouliar allmanta. For  (erty yaara It haa keen raoairimaMidad ta auffarlnsr  ������ii������i>������������ifiiriirrtni������i, fUmmiumjii* #f wetn*,**! e*������������ *������*f>e ���������fit-we"!*?  t������ |t������ banaflcUl qualluaa. _ arha|M Ita aid ia all that  t������ wmjiiImkI to res ter* t������ljr*>i������ ts*t"f<Mt! I������#*'.tih atitl air*aKth.  kitm I* Una tmia v* act, writ*. IH, X. V. rt������ra*'*>, _un_*.  i Ait now ctynw-*  i  Urns.  D*mihiO MAlMiaM*, mt B������������ *rV#������������i������|������������������. Onllf,, mrtlUm  "I ink* piMMur* In tr������i)������MM������iiiliiur ������our w������������J*������/iil rMM<llM, ������hu  wwm ut ������*y In H*h������lf mt y������ui* 'r������������wtl* IPr������������ii>l*>tl4iii* ������iul *o������M������>������  ������4,*������l^������l ltfl������4w.<������/    M������*|. MI1������U������4. Ir"*!! (4������������ ������_��������������� M������W ���������WI4IU wl   144*  vmriuin triHiltltitjIhiitn WhHbjiin U lj������lr \*.   Tkimm r*a>m1l*������ c\\r*4  ...i, ..'..,,..', ^, ���������..,���������.. ,...*,, ^.������,���������w   , '.....rn.... l^..v, ,m   fc^.   W^.w   mm mu.m..  I tlntuV. rua for yutu ���������4irl������������.'' >���������__..  YOU1119RUGGIST CAN ������UrP_.Y YOU  IM  1*14111111   OU  TAMmmXVkV   POItll  This overheard conversation appeals  to the weary ono as nearly epigrammatic. The young pooplo on the  neat ahead of ..a tn tho, homeward  Hiomid car tho othor ���������.light talked It  out ho loud that we couldn't help hearing It and Jotting down a fow notes  on It:  Ro, r.ald the girl, he paid he knew  me when I wi   a little girl?  Ho didn't say anything of tho sort,  contradicted tho man.  You mild he i".lu.  I didn't. ���������  Why!   Thon   wh-,1   did   you   Hay?  I uild 1 *" Biild ho knew yon when  ho wuh a llLthi boy.  Tliul put tiiiuh a wol liliinkcl on tho  conversation that wo were able to  rend our rportlnrj er.tra uninterrupted  fer tho noxt fow blocks.  The Woman and the Dog  An elder!,   woman, with    a    small  dog upon her lap,  while riding in a  trolley car, asked the conductor if he  would  kindly  tell  her  when   he  got  to Hazel street.  ' After she had got up two or three  times, the conductor told her to * aep  her seat and he would let her know  when they reached Hazel street.  Finally he called out: Hazel street.  The woman held the dog up to tlie  window, and said: FIdo, look! There's  where you were bom!    Then turning  to the conductor, she remarked, I'm  going to tho end of the line.  _____���������! II". r_.���������,. r ������������������T,    *  Burled Alive  Cardiff.���������Whll excavations were  being mafle.at an,old colliery tip near  Dafen Tin * Works, Llanelly. the side  of the tlps-hve way and abc twenty  tons of rofueo fell on Richard John,  a colliery proprietor, who was superintending the work.  SUICIDE  IN  THE  AIR  i  Russian Army    Aviator    Deliberately  Palls to Death  Warsaw ��������� Lieutenant Alexander  Perlovskl, a Russian aviator, who was  killed by fulling from a height 0f goo  feet while making a fllgl.t, joft a Utter stating that his death was tho d,-  Uborate resul. of his own action.  Written ehcrtl^ leforo he bog his  flight, tho litter nnnnunced his Intention to stop t'.o motor In midair. Ho  gavo ns a reason for his actlou thr.t  ho was the v.ctlm       '.itrlgue  years froc kidm. isease, "-ought  on Ly a strain. Hudson Marchbank,  Esq., the well-known farmer of this  place, is again a strong, healthy man,  and another gr. .d care for DoJd's  Kidney Pills has been put on record.  In an interview Mr   Marchbank says:  "About five years ago I hurt u.y  back from lifting, aiid it develop, d  into kidney disease.. My bar pained me all the time, and I was very  much troubled with headaches. My  appetite was fitful: I had a bitter t .ste  in my mouth in the mornings; I psrs-  pired freely, and my perspiration had  a disagreeable od>  "I used liniments and plasters, but  they did 1. " do me any good, and  as there were o'her symptoms that  my kid-eys were affected. I dccMed  to try Dodd's Kidney Pills. After  using two boxes, my back was completely cured, and my kidneys kr,ve  not troubled me since.",  When Mr. Marchbank decided that  his kidneyc were the cause of his  troubles, the rest was easy. Almost any of his uelghbors could tell  him that DOdd's Kidney Pills always  cure diseased kidneys.  E.W.GILLETT  COMPANV  1 LIMITED  I '.TORONTD.QNT.;  -"-a* mmaaaaaaaaaaanmmaaaammmaammmn  THt   SP2ED   OF   YOUR  WALK  Charlie Caterpillar���������That old woim  is getting toUa vvorse grouch every  day.  El'.lle Bug���������No wonder! Most any-  body'd be klnl o' crabbed if they'J  lived in a crabapple as long as _e hai������.  Told by a PI-.ce of String, a Weighi  and Son-? Knots, With the Aid of  a Watch  There is a very faiinple way of tell*  ing a what-peed one walks. Take  a piece of thin string, say 80 to 100  yards long. o one end tie a weight  ���������a piece o? leaid or other iqaetal, or  even, a stone. At a point 44 feet  from the weight put a. kno- o loop.  Then put a second knot or loop -l.  feet from the first, and so on the entire length cf tho string p _t a series  oi kuots or lrops 44 feet from each  otlier.   '"..-."'  In&S.u   vj_c   unuu   ix   wat-yu   wiui   a  second?hand. No., drop the weight  upon the ground and Walkalon_ at an  ordinary pace, letting the weight remain where it feil, and all-jwing the'  knots or loops to slip through one  hand. Tye number of knots or loops  'to slin th-^ougii? i. o hand in half a  minute are the same as the numb r  of miles wt-.lked ,-n an hour.  It is always well, to know tha reason for wnatwc do, says the Children's Magaalne;;? It is not"enough  to know that the, number of times w������  walk 44 feet in half sa: minutes is the  same as the number, of miles we walk  ir\    on   jT-rtiii*- ��������� \<^'.>        itcr>if    -frr-* '-f*r������rnx?    tarV'TT  ������U      MM     -MWt4'   , ������ *.    *mf m    ������^^|_lx*m       14V      mm,mm,^0   ,w , w*  ������A^  it is so. The reason is that 44 feet  is the one hundredth and twentieth  part of a iaile, because a mile contains 5,280 .a . or 1,/eoC yartlj, and  a half a minute is the one hu-dred  and twentieth pa*', of an hour? Ttijere*  fore we arc able to walk ore hundred  and twentieth of a mile, just as many  times in one hundred and. twentieth  of an hour as wc can walk a mile In  an hour.  Defining a r>entist.~One jvoo pulls  out th*a teeth or others "to obtain em>  ployr-������-*rt for his own.  Capitulation  Are you driving a. motor car now?  No, replied Mr. Chugglno. I haie  discovered ���������--������������������.t my ������ *,r may be coaxed  but not driven.  A farmer who went to a large city  to see'the sights engaged a room at  a hotel an. b."ore retiring asked the  clerk about tho hours for dining.  You ican have breakfast from 6 to  11, dinner from 11 \, 3 and supper  from 3 to 6 e.:plal '.ed the clerk.  Wal.isay. Inquire' the farmer In surprise, what time air I goin* ter git  to Bee tho town?  All ihen were created equal, were  they not? aBked Mr.  Meekton.  Equal among theniBelveuA replied  his wife, but as between themselves  and usj distinctly Inferior.  Wrong  h'-aii?  No,  inudam  Do you keep coffe* In tho  b i*aln_.  How He M.-.de Montjy      'v'-!!  Whllo passing an old-fashicned Inn  In Scotland tome tourist*:, wero attracted by aa aged bagpiper who was  tooting. atrocious .-ounds throug**, an  Instrument th&L was both dilapidated  and squeaky.  Great Jericho. Sandy! exclalmod  one, in desror^tlon. Why don't you  havo   your   bagpipes   repaired?  The old man ceased playing and  looked   -*p ln astonishment.  Havers, mon, ye dlnna understand!  If ma bagpipes wor in good tune th***  in m->n wadna giv. me twa shillings  to move on.  More Attractive  Tremendous crow up at our church  last _l������"'.t.  New minister?  No; It was burned down.   .  /  A Similar Experience ,  i have tho same oxpo.-lor.c-" with my  chauffour as my friend has with hla  leaky canoe  What'   that?  I'm always balling him out.  msmmm ^mmsmmmm* wiWiiiujhii-jj  Some married men would rather  huv- a skeleton in tho closet than A  uioLlioi-lii-hiw lu tho front room.  Ic&  Wi  th*   .Tob���������Mow   nre   the   plana  your new houco coming along?  Splendidl. . My wife in ��������� finally  lnl<" nut. all the cupboards she wnnlti,  and no' ��������� all the architect's got to do  Is to build h      o around them.  Una. itouoanM  Kvon tho man who luiowu 11 ������u  Hcldom gets a chime to tell It after ho  gottj nianlcil  Larry��������� Homurlcahlc HtntlHtlc hero,  oku clui|i. MiiowniK Hun I'viiy ilnio I  breathe  someone dies.  Harry���������Great Scott, man! why don't  you  chow clovci?  What .ire you dolnp. for onr canie?  askod a suffingctto worker  Doing? replied the i.iuu. I'm r*'n-  porting one of yo r most c.ithiiHliiHilc  HiCttiucr:;.  IH      mm    >*m*   mm* *m* **    "mm* K    m* "V***      ���������**    *���������*  ������������������ -  __f  A Game of Chance?  i.  One wu.v to kifp tlu* hoyn on tlio  farm Ih to lintiall .i nioior to turn tho  grliidHtonc.  ovorv lit  neviM'  a log-  wiih ii diineor niwl lout  you i. re ucctmtoincd to look ou  hoalth un *��������� gtimldo you will probably  prove a loser early In tho gamo.  Some may 1- on to health and  llfo for ootis'.*,:rablo tlmo and defy  the laws of nnlnro, but there nro  many rules of the game -/hlch arc  conducive to    *?:.lth und long llfo.  Tako nervous dlsennos, for iVxamplo.  There are many symptoms to warn  one of the npproiieh of ncrvotiB <������xha is-  tlou   long   hetoro   tliei lunger  or  locomotor ataxia or some dreadful  form  of  piintlys-'n.  But ihey Moeir such little thlni!i*>  thnt their mgc Hlgmil Is not. taken  notlco cit.       'lIoeploBiiuess, headache,  I   B^^^h mm Arm* Wmm, J*-*,    mmm. _fc._ 3   mmm,  W.   N.   U.   910  iiu coin* tf'box, a hr ll'.fiO, at all  lealeru. or Hdmunuon  Ucd, Torouto  Indigc-Uon. irrll blllty, lost, of vigor  and imergy, dlacourugcment and dla*  pondoncy, all point tb low vltollt/  and oxhatistNl nor\   ,,  Dr. Chaao's Kervo Food has bottt  wonderfnlly ticcc-sfu! in tho euro  of nervouii din aso of a tnrlous iift*  turo, such as prostration, locomotor  ntaxla and partial rarnlyslo, but per*  slHtent troatment and considerable  patience arc no^oaoary.  an iiiIh nccout.t wo |ir*.'.r to think  of Dr, CI'.nso'H Nervo Fco : as a pr������-  vontlvo tr'iitment, which overcomes  thcHft nyniptr* ns hy rebnlldlnn; tho  feeble, waited v.vrv������ celln and restoring vigor to mind  an"  body.  mmm      jm* ^_^_^|  KlkH    .-������-_,    ������-_|������li    m   ^mXm, %m^^     mm*. ,. R  _��������� *>_M MrMaa M     m\m1 W"*"* __"*   M   laM tMiW^m.  Q ^B 1^ B     Is ta.   ��������� . n        n  AD   JB fl   __L  m������    -^ri   ^mur ra       ^57     m^w C3 ^5*^' ^mm**  *maamm  Bat������*������ & Co., uiiu- ���������'5 y/y  <^\Qti  ?fcr-,r ir ���������T'i  mmtazz  mmmmZmi^ii*-**  _ THE   CBESTON    BEVIEW,    GBES������q_l,   '-%, 0,  -M-*--- mmmnirftpmimmma tniV.i' ���������J'j  l-te.-Mr*.  Comprising t25 Acres  as?  GRAND FORKS, B. C.  I  Peafs   Mopajr TREES' ^Ghfs  9Smsn.s ������~* ������-& .������ ������ra������������^������i!w   cherries  GUARANTEED HORfiE GROWN  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  !<We can hold your trade."  <_5-E-E_;  Nor c .  (.lull for tenders for iho construction  of a whuf at Knslo, B. 0. is hereby con-  celled. New plans aud  specification   are  1 l>fi*ii.r V'-D'iri'd and call  i'ov  tenders for  J i  Established 1900 bythe HON. WAR UN BURRELL U j  Minister of Agriculture U \  ALL STOCK.DELSVEfSED TO YOUR RANCH ATCATALOCUS PRICES M I  I i  Kilii-', v  t.t  ���������a ���������(! hi ti'few weeks.  Bj' order.  it. 0. Dosroohers.  For Catalogue and Price list, write to��������� jj ' Seo.ivt.iuy.  WALTER V. JACKSON.  Agent. CrCStOU,  B. C.    | ilX'i*:u"b'>.i.*m-of Public Won-*-,  PAINTS  VARNISHES'  STAINS IRONITEFLOoi PAINT  PURE WHITE LEAD  V  W-'W^'-W''*--^^  OMu.Mt, April 19, 191:;.  School     Report  ,\J.   tt        fcl ������ ������ ���������������      *_-" v/ i H-4 ������_������ HV      VJ ft 4_<  TURPENTINE. Complete Stock  ������'i  of Varnish,   Calsofnine and  Paint    Brushes  _s  _8S__������^-3-������������_S_-_i^__^^  ���������        ������th il'������ *!_������������������������ ���������*_ r  vaii y  r.  ���������r.  complete  M  ������  *_  r-o  rc  T'r.i1 f.illiivwriir pupils li'iu.t's -.'l-o on the  11.������������������ut   lioH   fur    iho    uiv-iuh of   April  A;'.v'.iK-e,l otnir.-i : Junior sO'ido, Kotul-  iii;, I'.iTtlit Unrv.v, Kf'o* Avrr.wssniilli.  S-.r^lisii l.it.vr:'.! uv :    Nt.    Vti'.w.   Arr.sw-  -li'llil   :��������� l������i i   Joilll   i.'.lllIM   !,   Villi   I'��������� I-i l'-1   RliK  ���������rn;':   C  niposii I'm: 1, Vi-t-n Hu-rciot't, 'J  It-im 1'tiiiii-r tiii-.l   Win.    11���������11.   2   Mi'lvn  -;i I I \\ fi^tl t.  M   i'.'������������������,   t*|i'o('S.   i"ii,'. Mt\S    mid  .'.'i'������nii.-i*-\;  1   Mt-lvii Chit. ..���������ri������:U '-.   ~'..io;u:  V?"  ffiSSS?  tsgj?������ ^-H_<&_   ^2#ib   -l-s.&s.  M'RDr.H'AMT          --.��������������� y&0 a  Mm  ������a   ���������*   a  TT   .   .      _,,   ^      /" tm.       -,   .~   -1     ������������������   ��������� ,-.T_.  r^rTJ'^.-*,~-'Vff,1^c'*,'"^**'^':"5Vv-^i>w-:?s������������"l|.-','-T?,-'-r-,vw*^:-i  Church   Notices  ^Vri'iU.S'U"'!   fl! ItilCll  '���������:-. i i '.Miii;; ihi1   lir:-(.  So nd i v in Jit.-v  -"���������.ilil. .   (.\,0|.:i 'O^.'ll loo utiii   Bi'iln     'til:   ....  n~!i\rri ... ���������*-   js .. x.  ���������x.   _.._.   /���������������.������.      x  vt^tsi- s*s v s_i   }������*g;*i "-ess. uirjguuutat. our.^LOre  ���������������S22?!-tJTS]  I  I!  ���������������������������? R---V  i.,,-L a      1 ..i  i    i.* .n  Hi'  -.f. ���������*i%A-4?-.^A-������,.--'.:s,WCT,'.^--w>**"������k^������r:  We cater to the rane  needs. A partial list of our  stock is as follows:  *. rrinvsi'iiiiu mill Vonv   II tisciof i, ',' l.Ctl>-  ���������l   I lu-c-fot'r,   o   ll.-'*>-*   !*-"r-.iks.   l>otun\ :   1  Wi-., llu--ctt!tr 2 Kiiwl i 1 u.-ctt'l't,^ Ot'su  t'alnuif.  1?. \V. \Yt*,.'..-tt*-r.*3'ot:clii'r.  A CITY OF DIVORCES.  *XXb.SSsm ..fci ���������-4.-i.--j ~ "iv_  |- kmmmWmx BWI  m  ar ��������������� mm a a  ana w _ s     a_aa__ _ * si ___ n u   _  n   s    ss    rsr-* S*i   t������ -v~  ""   ~   S_  M"^ g_ i ������  lie- \V-iir>hi:  i. Cr.iv' a;ul In  us in h'-'ln von.  l*'i,������'tl [..,. fiirju'iitt'i*  I'.ist ui  iu  i������V  _������i_ri_   l pib  _  &___________5--____-}---_----S3  r_g���������avi���������B-  reston  ___ii__ i^^  liiilopbiis  ���������ltl,.t,^H_.  -a:r^r.rr-E_s.  ! FRUIT T  | AND  ORNAHENTALS  VERNON, B. C.  <  <  <  i  i.  _  <  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true <,  to name.    We carry   all the   leading   varieties   most *  suited to this district.    Our specialt}** is budded stock '  on three-year-old whole roots. *  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.      <  ,-*���������     ���������������  v  \  J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C.  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmummmmammammmmmmmmummmmm  Waii  Paper  Complete   New   Stnrlc   .hi������������   ArrSv������/1  tiulhi'iiiirniiM. I'liiiii.iii^. l*M|n>r-)iiiiiKi>u. .1.1 .,^< ������������������  Ij_t nii* Kivti ytiu ivilvii-r ami i<-,t.iiua(,<-s .in vmir wmk,  Antucd to give natisfju'i inn.  i   ������������������,.      (in      ,   ,,.  All   \v .ri   mui |>  Harry   Leonard  3*.u\j oa c*udrti  Ave, next to fvic   rcatii's iyivi-ry  YOU WILL 8AVC: MONEY BY GETTING MY ESTIMATES *  '*'f**i!*lW['_r^^'^!'!L_M*^ "l   II  IIIT-I 1.1"- .1 nwi''lta^^iM'lTi#-^l^Mf!KIUr.���������JN.!.JJ'.W[U It. iubii.|ii i.^ll    ir.,_J-_���������������_ir._ii||||i||'| ���������!!��������� ||_|_i_  Fez   in   Morocco   3s   Said  to   Possess  the  Record   In the World.  Morocco posse.-*sod a city. Fez by  iiarui?. in which'the groat majority of  women are divorced. The population  of this  city,   neeordinir  to  recent  iig-  ���������*,-*������-.=.      m.-... ,^\..^ .    .. K,-,..,r.    ISA   rinrl rT^X. .v    ^.J.,14.  -...v.^-,   J.v_t*v. n^ .^    av.'V'UU    UU ,W.r,J.        1.11IZ.    avium  population is ostiiinated at 48,000, 90  per cent, of whom are women who  have been divorced from their husbands for no othor reason than that  tr-ose husbands oould no longer afford  to keep them. The supreme ease with  v.-l ich an Arab can divorce a wife renders the existence of such a city possible. The Moorish law knows only  cue indissoluble marriage���������thai performed by the reigning' Sultan, who?  as lhe lineal descendant of.Mohamet,  is   also  heredity  High  Priest.  Fez is a city of commercial adventurers and filibusters. Situated on  tha grcit. caravansary routes from Algeria. Tripoli, and the !.a..-tern Soudan; it is a convenient rendoz.vous for  merchants returning' to Morocco with  small fortunes ���������gathered by speculation in a minimum of time. Slave  dealers���������for they still thrive���������are fully aware of this, and, alive to financial dealings, congregate at Fez from  all parts of Northern Africa, making  it a considerable centre for a large  .raffle in girls. The average price  'or a female, according to her qualification of beauty form, ranges in the  -.-.vm-age  from  $50  to  $250.  In order that tlie deal may boar the  'mpress of a purely matrimonial bar-  rain, a wedding ceremony t'lkes place  in due form anl the merchant, goner-  illy young and ardent���������linds himself  it "the ond of'tlie Uv.'ftl threo days  \vhich must ellipse between tlie contract of the marriage and the nuptials,  the possessor of a wife, or, indeed,  perhaps a dozen, according as his  means will allow. Should his oxchc-  ']iHT permit, he will install tiiem in  ���������Dinptiions riu'irl.iTS whoro, so long as  his means hold out, ho maintains a,  continuous state of festivity and pleasure, in which his spouses join. As  -loon as lie finds his exchequer becoming depleted he gives to each of his  wives in order of their preference, lior  nonjo, with perhaps a smnll sum of  money. Should she have borne him  a child ho is bound by tlie Koran's  law to givo her some furniture. When  ���������iri'-uin.stanees foivo liim to part, with  ins last win1, lu.1 bestows on lior all  the poods and cha'lils that remain  to him and sot-* off again to Tripoli,  tlie Soudan, or Kgypt, to return perhaps in six months and take anothor  ���������cries of wives. ,  So it happens tlmt Fey, is a city oT  divorced women. It may bo wondered  whut. becomes of these civalui' ���������.���������-���������. The  law forbids thorn, undor penall ios of  ���������u'rvitriulo and do^nidation from taking  ���������mother huihtind. Soioo of theni mny  have saved siiilieient from the spoils  to sot up modest esfii.blisliiii"!,l't of  their own; others seek the protection  of an iiilluontial Kai������l who is woll dis-  i ii imi'i 1; ninny ���������'���������of I'noin lake In the I'll.; (ij;  milking industry; most, of tliem, liow-  ��������� ver, become women, of the tyro of  '.ho tlrc'-l-: Holirae and' are di '.liugui:*!*.-  ���������I in tin lil ic from their more morions  ���������Yb-r lo- wii'iriii" n Ini"i��������� timvi. "ill  ���������uul studded. They hnvo hoeii do .I'l'ib-  eo' as ntnoio.' the iiiost beiuii i.'ol wn-  lli'11    of    I.lio    world.      Tho    t.r;o|il ioiinl  i'in'.sn\'TKKlAN    t'l'.FI'U'll  Sei-\ ','o   every   Sunday    oi    11   ;;.  ami  7::,i' p. r.i.  So.'o!i.i; b S.-hoo', nt 2::',() p. m.  Adult-; Bib!'*. Class meets every Thut's-  li f'(V   OS ft,"*. ���������f���������  Minister  ��������� W ��������� carry a toil line of --hees inoliirl-  ���������.: Ol'iippe-wu logging   shoes.-The  cn.ih  r-.\������llrm^fH^..:.L������:*imii  |;:   a i4b^-_'[3l  | ULCERS,   BOILS,   SWOLLEN  -GLANDS,   BLOTCHES,  N       PIMPLES, AND ALL SKIN AND BLOOD DISEASES  ARE  COMPLETELY  CURED  BY  THE  jti NEW METHOD TREATMENT  ������������������*~���������~ "      'Wo desire to call tho attention of all thoso  a-iie-_ with any Blood or Skin Disease to  our Now Method Treatment as a guarantee-  cure for these complaints. Thero is ao excuse for nuy person having a disfigured faco  from eruptions and blotches. No matter  whether hereditary or acquired, our speciflp  remedies and treatment neutralize aii poi- j  sons in ths blood and cxpu*l tbem from the |  system. Our vast experience ia the treatment of thousands ot* tho most serious and  complicated cases enables us to perfect a  cure without experimenting. We do business  on the plan���������Pay Oniy ror tiie Benefit You  Derive. It you have any blood disease, coi*-  sult us Free of Charge and let us jprove "to  you how qtiicUJy our remedies ivili remove  ail evidences of "disease. Under the in���������uence  of. tho New Method Treatment the skin becomes clear, ulcers, pimples and blotches  heal up, enlarged glsnds ure reduced, fallen  out hair prows in ngain. the eyes become  bright, ambition and enerpy return, and ths  victim realizes ft new life lias opened up to  liim.  YOU CAN ARRANGE TO PAY AFTER  YOU ARE CURED  CONSULTATION FREE  "THE~GOU3EN MONITOR*" FREE  If unable to call, write for a Question Lift  ror Home Treaixneac  v)'   To-.vne?  nialg Jt   bnsino.s-s   trip to  "Jso;i  S,itnr;lay.-On his return   horo  or*.������ Ijoviujr made h s>*.:e ot-TioO pairs of  i-^ potent; vvhifrlo trees.  O'o Mend -indo a trip i.o K"c3:-������r-������j Siui  fi,i   cii^ i-Tii^y _ Li v^S_i������ti "_ na "xj ossaitaay is    xsa'^Sx ���������i v_������������_i��������� ������i ei ^a tstsammr m  Cop, Michifijan Ave, and Griswold St.,   . Detroit, Micb.  .^^,p3 tiffa^ | ^ ^       AU letters froni Canada must be addressed  ������jsS>     U >a *4_������ B 3 ^P __       to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  -w^      '_'.^^'_--g-l^i^Wi-^-������     ment in Windsor, Ont.    If you desire to  see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as tve see and treat  no paSteats  iri our Windsor  offices which  are for  Correspondence and  ������| Laboratory ior Canadian business only.    Address all letters as follows:  g  | DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Ont. g  ^. Write for our private address.       . _jB>  I ti. 'V.'-'-k', ������������������mmaim.:, mm.'.mu.m, ''Mtrfn���������fiTrTTI-llTrini  1 li.vrfL'-'U'.v'-l H  i|Mil     ij^i |%|  |^[| Iff| in  M  ..<;���������_  %\xy \ti  m.-M/  ���������;l*iki.'������.t*'  mJitii  f-V:i,T''*'������������������</  wmw:  ���������"-   ���������"C���������.-   V1  !^?^-^ -i  no)'  r>i> jV**'I '  NO. 1361, Registered at Victona,B.C.,Dep't., of Agriculture,May 12,1911  WILL    STAND   <AS FOLLOWS:  '/  iercaotiie uivery  CRESTON  vaeseosaassvmastsss!:  ml/* *~"l ���������> *  ifomftUl  jr~*i  X      r   tLm/i I i.  ^sywji:' rKariaTEnsnosHa j afca*E_axwM8B_BRiirs'Six  ennr  i  ������m  n  a vi ond ay to noon    Tuesday  and from Thursday noon to Friday '  noon, every <week  i i'lU'tf/v.tyj (;  I".-.>-..���������.(.- I  mtifM  mfx.'  mfm  .... .������ 1 ,���������'  mfm  *,*��������� "T~**\  'llol.lio.l   of   WIKlilt'.'   IllO  (JOIIll   'M',"i'l':.  of   a      1 \ .;Y,.L ?���������';> (i  div'oroi'd    woiium    i.-'    to    piv-,oY   lior    -j3\/w,*JH  tvil.li u .-oi.-ar loiif, tlio Ali-r h.-iii'.- o\-    lllTT'.l S  11  it no  ;4'r*ii fl  ���������I ? "������������������'  lll-',l 11  ���������i !��������� ��������� ���������    : H  -H'tit il  jt'.   I*  ���������".���������IS  PORT HILL. 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