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X*  *mt*i*^fUmmif*i^a  J5\/1.H  1 "^i *n tm i mm  No.  25,  5th Y������4-R,  CRESTON, B.Cy   F.&ZDA^   JUNE 6. 1913/  ������������������������?*__* ^* *  SINGLE -UGEIgS S_r  ������l---a-Mli_-  KO0TFUJl  0  0  ALLY t-BSB-S  i  Water    is    Considerably  I      Higher Than In Pre-  g. vloius Years  m ���������-__���������_  B-  ��������� ������������������  B.     On Sunday the West Arm of Koot-  5 enay lake rose ten incnes whioh creates  w a sew record for the past five years, ao-  3 cording to the gauge of the Nelson Boat  ������E pTncl Launch company. Ths wster at  9j that time -was standing at 18 Ft. 9 in.  h On Friday evening last- the water  ' stood at 12 ft. 2 in. and on Saturday  evening last the water stood at 12 ft. 11  inches, a rise of nine inches. The water  is still rising fast and extremely high  water is expected by those who are closely  in touch with the, conditions of the distriot. ;  The water in the rivers around Boll  river and Cranbrook is also reported to  be rising rapidly and several bridges  have been washed ont.  Why ? ���������doth the little motor car keep  busy as a bee.  Why? Cupid has au interest in the  Garage ��������� don't you see.  The Ladies Aid are intending giving  an ice cream sooial iu she sea; future.  Mr. Hall's new honae will soon bs  complete. It makes our old houses look  quite in the shade.  M-WMW " *b>  There was no service last Sunday Mr.  Blake being away.   ..;.  Cupid can do a good many queer little  stunts, but can't keep the mosqueetera  off.  H Provincial Labor Corn"  H mission to sit at Creston  A Sitting of the  Provincial Labour  Commission will beheld in Creston in  i Mercantile Hall oa   Monday   evening  June 16, at 8 p.m.  This commission is empowered to- inquire into all matters affecting the conditions of labour in British Columbia.  All persons interested are oor_ially in-*  , vited to attend and give evidence.  Be A  Booster  The American Lumberman has some  timely advice on this subject that is or  j applicable in our town as anywhere else  It says that if yen want to see this town  grow you should remember  that you  are a pare of it and that its growth de-  I ponds as muoh on you as your neighbors  i Don't get the idea that tho future prosperity of this town   rests with a few,  font is the business of the many. Above  I all, don't criticise thoae who ore building up the community and do nothing  yourself. They at least havo the proper  [spirit and just as long as you dony them  'your (rapport,  just that much harder  [their work will be.  Be a booster for the town  and lend  I your co-oporotion to thoso who had the  nerve to start first. It is novor too oarly  to start and it is never too late to begin.  Glad to see Mr. Hickey back to our  city.  A Hindu lost a purse containing bank  book, some checks, and $17 in cash. It is  thought that it has been swept up in the  shavings and went up the blow pipe.  Thats money to burn.  Before the next celebration   Creston  should erect a Information  Bureau.  It  r ���������  would be more convenient than to have  young ladies (who's escorts has-strayed  from them) inqu-ring ofthe unconcerned  Has any body hero seen-��������� ������������������ ~?Kelly?  * One could not call ours a traveling library because- it has gatftled ,_������wa Y|j>  stay.  f-^t_A a^mnvV-i  > a* ���������������_���������*���������    MWAaV        ll���������������4mttm0*0m mrm  Liberals Hold Meet"  ing at Revelstok-  Last Thursday evening's session ofthe  Liberal convention was called at 8:20.  The speakers were Attorney���������Genem)  Cross, of Alberta, M. A. Macdonald, c*  Vancouver, Organizer  Baer and other*  The convention resumed at 9: 20 thi  morning.   '  The platform committee's report wa*  submitted and aioped for the _ utrpofet*  of debate. The votes for women plank  evoked great discussion, and the complicated proprosals put forward ss a-  mendments required muoh explanation.  The party planks were mostly endorsed.  Prosy speeches delivered' in the slow  process of debate necessitated tl e adoption of closure, allowing five minutes to  asqeecb.  At he tfternoon session a delegation  ������*t laJ<4 m..cmm.V.f.mf.  m.9 **.*. Tt~l*lr.\.  PaU������.U*  m. .mnmf    ..^\.m.m.fXfm 0   ...   ������T������������W X^X XVXtJ.m  W V������������*U������14*.C*.  Politral Equality League took the platform. The speakers were Mrs. Suidy  and   Mrp.  Court sier,   Revelstoke,   and  DUCK CREEK NEWS  Three carloads of potatoes have been  ihigpedout by Daok Creek ranchers  ���������linoe lHst f dl.  At the business meeting of the Duck  Jreek Social Club held on Saturday  light, the same offioers were re-elected  'or the ensuing two months. That is  tfeesrs Black, May and Joe Wigen oh  ���������ommittee and T. Butterfield as Seore-  ������ry Treasurer.  Y LOCAL NOTES  iHnmmm  mm  SB  Rev; Father Beck, well known in Ores,      0,0 s   SIG-SAFIBS OBANBEOOS  tou circles has recently been appointed f ciO^PHBATJ^E STORES  to successor to Father Q'BovI*?, O. M. I.  The Social Club dance on Satnrdny  was one of the finest dances that has  been held since the club started A large  crowd attended and everybody had a  jolly good time.  Another dance will be held on Jane 21.  W. J. Cooper will be floor manager.  Tf  Ant* ljOd"1** in   r���������a   i*inMcnn AialMAl- to  homeless they should come to Wynndel  a large tent with wooden floor and sides  was seen floating down the sleugh on  Birs. Kennies ot Vancouver.  The con- .Thursday. And was salvaged by J. E.  ,j,   x/xxiy.   .^iximx  stood one this Tear.  r.m   Xm. ������-���������   ���������  043   W ftTO  WX |  The mill has closed down for a few  days for repairs.  Sorry to learn Mrs. Burrill is unable  to leave her bed with rheumatism from  which she has suffered continual pain  for years.  Mrs. E. Jollitfe has completely recovered from his sprained ankle and is  active as ever.  vention passed a vote of thanka to the  ladies, singiug,?" They Are Jolly Good  Fellows "  Tbe convention passed a strong resolution favoring a national banking system.  Mr. Jf. C. Wade moved a resolution  strongly condeming the organization of  the Provincial university. His resolution  waa lost. ,  Mr. S. S Taylor moved that a leader  ���������'���������''"'   "-&���������"*  ��������� ��������� '   "   ���������'    ,..'.? "^ '-_, '������������������"���������  be appointed for the Liberal  pasty>i������i  British Gol_mb_r. Mr. Johs Qlivsr  moved iu amenement thai the President  on this occasion be the recognized  leader of party in British Columbia until aa election takes place.  This was adopted.  The convention adjourned Ex.  The Farmers' lnstltue are unloading  a oar of feed and flour this week,  ���������Firet class dressmaking Mrs. B. K.  Embree, Victoria Avenue, three doors  paBt the Methosist' Church.  Johnson.  Jim Churchill was a visitor to Dock  Creek Saturday and took in the dance  D. D. , at New Westminster.  ������      ^_������������������������������������_������������������i  -House to Let.-Appiy to A. N. Coui-  in?, 4tb Stree, Creston.  WildRoaa lotij.**, 2*Io. SS will meet  every other Monday night commencing  vci-h Monday June 2.  Forty years in use, 20 years the stan-  ZlSrmQp f*m\j"^*m/������*l}\j<x   **-������&    STGCO_-3.uLa6uiL_���������'ML   *?y  physicians.   For Wornaus ailments, Dr.  M&rtet's Pills, at your druggist.  Boys who si#>ke cigarettes are like  wormy apples. They drop loaa before  the harvest, time. They rarely make  failures ic after life because they don't  hav&ton/ after fife. The boy who begins  smokintt: before hia fifteenth year never  reaches the life *6f the world. When the  oth<*r boys are taidus: hold nf the world'a  work he is concerned with the sexton  nnd the undertaker.  Mrs. C. H. Black and Miss 01<*a Wigen were visitors to Creston on Mcndi  ��������� "    " ���������    ������  Peter Andestad  returned from "Vancouver Tuesday.  v J? J. Grady and Paul Ofner were Creston callers Wednesday.  ram uxner let c ior uoieman on Thursday.  Eighty thousand fruit tree?' chieriy  apples, will be plauted out by the Douk-  bobor Society in the Kootenay liver district *bis spring an.i during tbe year not  less than 500 acres of laud, will be cleared  and placed in read inees for planting, ao  cording to Jobu Sherbiuiu, business a-  gent for the society.  Construction of a new jam factory at  Brilliant will be carried out during the  year, while the sooitty. has engaged a  jam-making and- caning expert from  the southern United States to ea_e charge  of the Nelson factory. He.U expected to  arrive within the uest few days.  Mr. Sherbinia stated- that the Douk-  hobors wonld again plant out ���������> large  quantity of tomato plants this year, having found She-crop a profitable and *n?._-  cessful one in this district.  O. J. Wigen and Matt   Hagen were  Creston callers Friday.  Game Protection Association to Reorganize  Tho Liberals will hold a oc_vouiko_in  CreBton insldo tho noxt month.  Col. Roosevelt won tho hlfl libel   suit  against Goo. A. Nowott, who ohargod  tho colonel with drunkenness and hav-  Mug waived damiigos aftor tho dofendoiit  ['had uttered a retraotlon, was awarded  <tba nominl diimnges, of six. eentfl, pro-  ^vidod in such a caso by tho law of Mich-  j*ilf-nn. M.toh party of the   suit will  have  [tlo pay hlu own oxpniiBOH.  Mrs. nnd Miss   Hamlton of Creston  paid a visit to Mrs. J. Carfr*. Sunday.  Mr. Grover Kifer is making great  headway on his ranch.  The LadleB Aid Society will have an  loo cream sooial at tho home of Mr. nnd  Mrs. Whlto, Friday night Juno 18, for  the purpose of raising funds to enlarge  tho ohuroh buildiug. Everybody wol-  oomo. Como and help ua along. Tel  yonr frlonds and bring thom too. The  Ladles are making every effarb to please  every ono and give thom a good time.  l.<*rid������y -Juno 1������J. I'oH't for*"***: tho date.  A meeting to revive the Creston  Game and Fish Protection Association  will bn held iu the Mercantile Hall on  Saturday evening. Everybody that is interested in.the welfare of the game of  the valley should be present at this meet-  All members of Wild Rose Lodge No,,  30 are earnestly requested to be present  at the next regular meeting, on Monday  Jane 16. whon tbo nomination and oleo-jinff' Some provision  should   be made  whereby tho gamo and fish of this district will be more carefully protected. If  ���������FOR SALE���������Twenty acres of flrst  elttsfi frnit land. New four room cottage on place, all slashed nnd burned, 2  uores stamped, water right for both  domestic and irrigation purpose*). A  barg lin.   Enquire ut thia office.  How -boat soft water  for wsfcHirsar? ,  m  *"-}af1i!a>������r������ke*>>tu������n4������lv?_��������� .*.������*.   *������������v   s.������- **7���������������-i    ��������� ��������� - m^m.mm0t.m.^0   g^mXIl       mj0      *VJ    UHJUtCIT-'  for 35 cts a foot.  Nothing oddu more to the attraitive-  ness of a town, or makes a better impression on visiting strangers, than  newly painted residences, neat fences,  good sidewalks, clean streets and alleys,  aud withal a goodly number of -hide  trees and ornamental shrubbery and  flowers in yonr yard. It is indicative o  refinement, culture, good tssts __d  thrift.  ���������For your Spring painting use Banco  pure paint. r For sale in all colors at  Speers,,. ???.--,.,       ,...-  Evesyf-iit-agp*Mat������ towssr^ftY-anipaf^--  orop of apples this year Th*^ buds *rc-  late enough eo that Jack S_Mfc* will  hardly dare come back and breathe up ���������  on them and the trees have a hearty  look. This will be a favorable season to  spray a few trees to see how it works.  R. M. Reid, who was a delegate to the  proviuoial Liberal convention at Revel-  Btokc last week returned to CreBton Monday.  tion of officers will take place.  ���������We pay tho freight, nnd if y "iu aro  not Batif-flod with tho values reoeived  from ns, wo will pay the freight buoV  and rofund fnll amount of yonr pnr-  Icharie.    COS.  2i> per cent discount on all wall paper.  Oomploto new lino. H. Leonard, Sirdar  avenue.  R. M. Reid loft today for Medicine  Hat, to meet Mrs, Reid, who is returning from Trenton, Out.  Mm ,i. W. Uow returned on Tuesday  0m.f....   m   m.mf.1r...fmi.f\   ���������.!.><*���������   ...|tl*   ftlfinAu  nnrl  ........ I .. .  ...  JTUIIlllVCIJ lit tiiU tijiitii tijuulixxj .  Dr. Wells and family huvo morod to  J'-rt Steele.  11. Rive and H. B*Upton  To Speak in Creston  PoNtt-j uio out aunouuoiug a moutiug  to behold in tho Auditorium on Wednesday Juuo, 11, at 8, P. M., given under  tho aiisploon of the Farmers' Institatos.  Mr, H. Rive and Mr. H. M. Upton, of  Viotoria will uddreBrt the meeting and  xeveral iumortmit Mnlilw'ln iiinli iu* riiilry  rnttrlA, Hwl-if and poultry v/ll! be dls-  ouuBtrd. Mr. II. Rive, B. tJ, A.������ is dairy  lurttruotor, Dopmtinout. of Agriouituro,  una Mr.. H. Mi. Upton, is aui������i������tant poultry iiiHtruotor, Department of Aurioul-  ture, Victoria and both oomo horo highly rooommuudod. Everybody should try  and attoud tho mooting.  C. A, VauHomert, cf Lethbridge, aad  who Is speudiug somo time lu the valley  Criuiaiub iiuiber, etc,, spviic Wudnuuuay  at Nolson.  Chas. Moore spent a fow days in  Nelaon this week.  steps are taken in this direction now  there will be good hunting in this district for many years to come, but if the  game is allowed to be slaughtered oft  out of season it will not be long before  it will become very scarce.  ���������Holstein Bull, Sir Glen Pertertje  Korndyeke, No. 10765, will-,������M?j������������t Bonny  Brook ranch, Canyon City, daring season 191J1. Service fee $5 Oiish, D. J.Lyon  George* MoL end of Erickson who wa  taken to the St. Eugene hospital loBt  week has returned to his duties at Eriok-  son-  ���������Call and look over my stock of wall  paper at H. Leonard's shop.  A female fly will deposits 150 eggs at  a laying. In  warm weather these eggs  hatoh in eight hours. In ten days they  are able bodied flies able lo lay more  eggs. In killing tihe flrst fly, how many  later flies do you destroy?  ���������New stock of Wall paper at Harry  Leonard's shop, Sirdar avenue.  E. C. Hunt spent a couple days iu  Nolson tho first of tho week,  Will Long shot a flao largo brown  bear tho first of the work, near IiIh  borne at RrlokHon.  ���������The C. O. 8. of Oranbrook ih noil ini?  Iron Bod* with mattroits nnd spring for  ���������ii  How Would It Do  To liven up.  To push thiugo.  To bsctn your town.  To advertise your business..  To ronow yonr  subscription.  To help your  fallen hrothor rise.  To speak Mindly of all, evil of none.  To wear a audio instead of a frown.  To trade ut homo tho ooming yonr.  To take advlco as freely as yoa givo  it,  To get good yourself and do good to  others.  Ti Btand by your town and all its  In  To give every loyal enterprise your  help and enoouragemont.  To send this paper to yonr friends  that you wlnh to kindlv "w-membfii*.  A shook to rent apply J.Cook.  ���������FOR SALE- one set of double harness, (Uuuiane collarp,) 150rod*', 0 stand  patent wire fonolng, 454, 8 foot cedar  (oratrle) paste, houso logs pnolod, 28x30  and 30x21 foot logs, nud 50 11>h. mammoth clover Heed. E. L. T. Taylor, CreBton, B. C.  Mrs. J. J. Grady is expected home in  a few days After spending about six  months with friends and relatives in  MineBota.  ���������We can supply you with Molten*  zels selected seeds at Calgary prices  4$, A. Spoors.  Tho box social given in the M-nroantlle  Hall on Monday evening Jane the second was a great success. A largo crowd  woro prcHint and tho baskets were all  sold at first claw prices.  Mr. Iljulnau, who hns boon relieving  R. M. Reid as agent here, will loave for  Natal, Sunday.  A Prniao, Prayer aud Thanksgiving  sooial will bo hold in tho Prosbytorian  ohnrch ou Monday afternoon at P. M.,  under the aunpiocu of tho Ladles Auxiliary. This sor vice will tie held in all Pros  byterian olmrohes throughout the Dom  tnlon on tho name day. All aro welcome.)  Born ou Sunday, May '-.'ft, to Mr.a.id  Mrs. ThnTnlmi  r* ������*mi  ��������� fi-iml for onr pHceti on furniture, we  pay the freight.   O 0.3.  B. Lambertou returned to Creston on  Thursday aftor beiug confined at the  St. Eugene hospital at Cranbrook for  abont a woelr.  J. MoCrady, who has been sneudi  A tttuull Uouijo to runt ou Viotoria Ave' some time in the valley left today  Itig  apply J. Cook. Ibis homo on tho prairie,  Born, ou Thursday to Mr. and Mrs,  Joe Glbb of Cnnyon City, ��������� son.  ,������ iinvn jutti iiximviHi it. carioau ot  buggies   which   aro    all  ij-tyMWRtoft^. call and nee them.   H. H  JlctpwaM'.  UK,  .'TH*ffV?(*jftt-*l** I  '  '\"\-'S.<*M*fy'..  ��������� I " THE-.BE VIEW, CRESTON, B. C.  Here's a chance  for you to buy  yo _r range Jro-s  the factory and  save 30%���������-to  buy it on easy  lesmsandto get  ihe very range  TOBACCO  SMUGGLE ������   IN   PRISON  you would choose, even if you  had to pay the retail price.  Our free book shows you  ssacily what the range* is like.    It de-  gj   scribe* each   point clearly, and vro  -   ������_   ������uaraatea our ranga So hm just  ������������   as represented.  IS You might as well save the retail  gj    profit.    Mail the coupon to-day.  Dominioiv Pride  Range  jPoluhed    ?  J steel body���������  I unbreakable  I doors and  I catlings ���������  beautifully  rickelled  Cash or Credit  We Pay  Canada  Malleable a   ^  Steel Sasgs Mfg.  ta., limited, Bshawa  Please send Book.  Naaie-  LiNriR HALF NLLE IN LENGTH  Address������������������..������.-.  Official Guilty of the Act Is Sent to  JaH for Four Months  London, England, An extraordinary story of the ease with which convicts have beeu able to communicate  illicitly with their friends and receive  presents of tobacco from them "was  unfolded at the Portland police court  recently.  Samuel Crowhurst, a civil guard at  Portland convict prison, waa charged  with having illegal!:*" conveyed tobacco  into the prison. As he pleaded guilty  no evidence was taken; but Mr. Prym  who appeared for the treasury, fully  explained the details of the case.  He said that Crowhurst did not  come in contact with the convicts  within the prison hall but ha had an  opportunity of seeing convicts who  worked apart from the ordinary  gangs outside of the prison.  One such man was a convict named  Day, with whom Crowhurst became  acquainted and used as a medium between other qpnvicts and their  friends. At thi end of last year  there was considerable traffic ln the  prison and a watch being kept, a  quantity of tobacco was found concealed in a part of the prison where  Day   worked. The    tobacco    wai  found In a ground frame used for  rearing plant-, and was hidden under  sawdust.  Chief Inspector Ward and Inspector  Burton   were' sent  from    London    to  Freight | ��������� make  a  special  investigation.    They  I - found  that  Day had  received letters  K^0'   ������ j which various convicts had written to  ^^^J | their   friends   asking   them   to   send  SAV7.0   FRoM   SUICIDE  money for tobacco.  They also found that Day had handed the letters to Crowhurst. and that  he had inserted in them a slip of paper requesting money for the tobacco to he sent to Mr.   Crother, care of  An Expert Expects Wonderful Inereaso  In Size of Ocean Steamships  An Atlantic liner half a mllo long,  registering 200,000 tons; having a beam  of 240 feet, and carrying 60,000 passengers is the astounding levlathaa  predicted for the year 1955 by the ata-  tistlcan, S. O. Gil-Han. That Is, if  the growth in the size of ships for the  next 40 years continues-at the same  rate as the last 40 years. W������ are  shown a plotted curve indicating the  growing size 6������ modern liners, which  begins-with tha Great Western of 1840  and rises with a steadily l-creasing  ascent to the Olympic and Imperartor  of today. If thia curve is projected  in the most conservative i..-.th to the  year 1935 we have a ship 1600 feet  long, and in two decades Snore one of  2450 or Ave time- the length of the  Olympic.  Ships have been [-rowing larger,  says our authority, ever since Mr.  Paieolithicus, or more probably his  younger son, rrlrst eat on a log and  paddled himself across a creek. And  the growth has ber-i perfeotly continuous except for one break at the close  of the Roman Empire, when civilisation declined. The extremely rapid  development of material civilization  today will surely not be muoh halted  in the next generation, especially since  tha speed ot progress ls accelerating  and one of the characteristics of civilization has for a century been a universal growth in the size of things���������  buildings, railroads, ships, machines,  It is hard to imagine a ship whose  cable-links each weigh two-thirds of  a ton. being launched ln two decades  and a half. But the curve of growth  lias been steady and sure, except  where the Great Eastern exceeded it.  If we, say that it will not continue  in the future we but echo what has  HAD SORE 4 YEARS  Zam-Buk Healed It In Few Weeks  Have you some old wound or so*  which has defied all doctors* remedies? If so, yours i-**'a case for Zam-  Buk!  "*m~.       ++ma  mv. Oliver Sims, of PurV (M a.L  writes:���������-"! had au i Id-.Irritating sore  on my forthead that ^ad troubled me  for four years. Zam-Buk was recommended, to me aud in'a' marvellously  short time it healed the obstinate  sere perfectly. . You may depenl  upon it that after this proof of its  power we will never be without a box  of it."  As ft rapid and certain healer of  ulcere, abscesses, piles, Inflamed  places, cuts, burns. bruiBes, scalp  sores, eczema, vvupttons, etc. You  can get nothing to equal Zam-Buk.  All druggists and stores at 50o. box  or post free for price from i::.m-Buk  Co., Tor.nto. Try Zam-Buk Soap fat  tender skins and baby's bath,  tablet.  KAISER APOLOCIZES TO TENANT  Letter to Him Announcing Her lnten  tion   Rushed  to   Public  Station  Paris      France ���������A     dramatic    at- j p0p0������2l ^rder**  were <*ont bv friends ��������� been said time and again in the past,  tempt at suicide by a girl of 19. named   t/^V^'^^ always th, curve has continued.  Nhel was  prevented  a: Cuerbourg re-; TO .l ,mv.T \ V     )l .      ���������    \   ,   -i r������bt.-..wt,Mw tfiat <n-e-t<n- shin* would be-  pr   and cashed hv Crowhurst. who bougin > ���������~l-V-*-ll'-������s ul<"T *",Raie������ shims w������um i*e  tobacoo.   I* an flea   it   to   Day.   who   in   unwie_ldly.  too deei    for our harbors  ���������ow'uirst to  contiy by the presence of mind of her  brother,  a  railway  guard.  The young man was swinging him-:  self on the footboard of a train which j  was leaving  for  Paris  when a  letter! convicts,  without an envelop*   was handed him. j       rhe masist rales s**ut  <  The letter contained a few incoherent! Prison .or jour mon!us.  lines from his sister saying that she} ������������������������������������   was going to commit suicide, and that! Sta-- of  i.^'.������������������..  cm- .>? T.ii>ii.v  ner b- iy   .vouUl he. four.d In the  se&j     ^  at .the end of the jetty. ^ <���������.-"���������������. io:- rive:  Young Noel at the risk of his life.! 'Y'-'YV^' * ������?  Jumped from the tram, retaining hold j *?:. ?'"*.?..?-';.,,'?,  of'.the  rail,  and  running  aloag  with ? ont--:"hT"NL>Wv;s'������ ixit.j.ars for e-ch and  turn'mi? it in a secret stoioand event-j etc., havo beeu made iu the past and  iallv' ������llst>'M-m'.ed   it  am one; the other ��������� blotted   out.   by   the   next   leviathan.  The advantages of having such large  ships will be tho greater speed they  will s.-crd, a reduction o' the danger  of perils at sea, and the provision of  greater comforts and amusements, not  to mention the -������raetical abolition of  sea sickness.  A city woman who recently passed  a few days <at r. farm, bought some  poultry from the farmer with a view  to providing fresh eggs for breakfast  every morning. Bhe sent them to  town by messeuger, at the same time  despatching a note to her husband  telling him to loot: out for the consignment. Her hv._ba.id, on reaching  his home that night, asked if the poultry had arrived. He was informed  that It had, but explained the servant  he had carelessly left the basement  door open and all the chickens had.  escaped. A fowi hunt was immediately organized. The next day the  husband, meeting his wife on her return, exclaimed: A nice time I had  with your poultry. I spent three  hours hunting and ouly found ten.  You may consider yourself lucky,  then, replied his wife, for I only  bought six.  Man of Whom He Had Spoken Slightingly in Public Has His Revenge  Berlin, Germany.���������The <*a3e of the  kaiser's tenants Herr Sohst. has been  settled to the satisfaction ..of both  parties. Herr Sohst has consented  to give up hia farm, the lease or which  had still Ave years to. run- on payment  of $30,000 from tho lalser'B agent.  Herr Sohst has alt;, received "v letter  from the kaiser's civil cabinet, the  contents of which are not dl.-ulged,  but in which, presumably, regret ls  expressed that his majesty had been  misinformed.  Finally, and this makes a deep lm-1  preBslon here. Herr Sohst has had  conferred on him the Fourth Class of  the Order of the Crown, probably as  a sort of salve for his wounded feelings.  It will be remembered that last  February, at a meeting of the German  Agricultural Association, the kaiser  addressed this body, giving his ex-  26o. I Perlencea on his estate at Cadinen.  In the coursG of his observations he  remarked that one of his tenants,  whom he described as no good, had  been thrown out by him. This tenant was Herr Sohst, who ls regarded  In the neighborhood as a most capable  farmer, and whose le. had still several years to run.  It has taker-, six weeks to arrange  the matter, end ln some -carters it  ls bolleved that lt would no! have  been arranged even now had not the  crown prince taken the matter up  and urged a settlement..  *k J .  as  O.uii't.v ���������  ���������!���������,���������!��������� i*'!������ki*s oath that V.c ������s '  .������������������*     ti*--*     Arm   of    "P".     J. !  |-J.M:;S '"ms'-iess *r*< tho ctivj  -i-.tv   ������** 1   Stan?   aforesaid, j  ���������w-in  r>-������,v  tho sum of  THE   SPEED   OF   YOUR   WALK  the  train,  gave  his  sister's letter  to  a man at the oth-.-  end  form, where he swung himsel  L" v'3till rpixi  <>'   t",i:qr-!i     thnt   cannot     tie  . ���������-���������.- .if TT-H's Catarrh Cure.  '-���������i"Nr.Y.  } S*.V!.;U     T-->    -t>r������?o:-**    Til'*    t*v������    5*11 O^C-V���������r*1^     '~  footboard  again,   shouting  to  his   -el-*.---  .:..-^-������.=���������.^.   -,.s c.ih day of December,  league to run as hartl as he could wichi A I?   .*���������;'*"= i~T-r-'.env-  the letter to the police. ���������*���������������...��������� A'^x^ApSvie.  Fortunately,   there      was     a     police j      KaTrs C*'-*rr> Cur.-* Is *aten IntornaJlv.  magistrate   in  the   station,   aud   more 1 and   -*.*;.��������������� j^yi-o:*.-.-   or*     tv-.p    bl-xxl    am*  still,   there  was   a  motor-i ?������':?��������� '^^T^LTh* svsteUK     Sena  TUe   policp   masis-; '������    "  f'. "j." CI'-rxky" & co.. Toledo,'O.  fortunately  car., just  outside  Irate  dashed  at   full   speed  down   thej  ietty and arrived as Mile. Noel threw j  herself into the sea.    TUe magistrate j  shouted  to  three customs  house   ofii- j  cer_ in a boat which was putting into j  the harbor and they succeeded iu saving-  the   girl   when   she   was   nearly  200 yards from shore.       Her brother  received the news of her resuce when  the-train arrived at Caen.  TO  CURE A COLD  IN  ONE  DAV  Tako LAXATIVE BKOMO Quinine Tab-  leto.    DiugKlsta refund money it It fails  io ciir*.      10.  W. GEiOVIS'S ulcnature l������  on *jach  box.       25c.  Told by a PUce of String, a Weight  and Sorri. Knots. With the Aid of  There ls a very simple way of telling u what s,peed one walks. Take  a piece of thin string, say 80 to 100  yards long. '-"o one end tie a weight  ���������a. piece o* lead or other metal, or  even a stone. At a point 44 feet  from the weight put a kno: o." loop.  Then put a second knot or loop 14  feet from the first, and so on the entire length of the string put a series  The Woman and the Dog of knots or lcops 44 feet from each  An elder:.-  woman,  with    a    email! other,  dog upon  her lap, while ridi_g in a j     Take In one hand a watch with a  trolley car, asked the conductor If he] second hand.      Nov drop the weight  would   kindly   tell  her  when  he   got 1 upon the ground and walk along at an  to Hazel street. ordinary pace, letting the weight re-  After sbe had got up two or three main where it fell, and allowing the  times, the conductor told her to l-.eep i knots or loops to slip through one  her seat and he would let her know] hand.    The number of knots or loops  Wretched From Asthma. ���������Stron'C'i'h  of body and vigor of mind are Inevitably impaired by the visitations of  asthma. Who can live under t_e  cloud of recurring attacks and keep  body and mind at their full efficiency?  Dr. J, Tt. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy  dissipates the cloud by removing the  cause. It does relieve. It does  restore the sufferer to normal bodily  trim  and  mental happiness.  A Good Sign  A French diplomat at a luncheoa  in Washington, praised President "Wilson's inaugural address.  I liked the modest tone of this ad-  THE STAKBA-U*  ARTICLE ��������� SOLD  EVERYWHERE  Cornerstone of Successful Farming  ?>.Iore essential than instruction. In  farming itself is the ter.chl.r13 of domestic economy r.s it mar> be applied  by the farmer's wife, fpr domestic  economy is the underlying principle  of successful farming. *She farmer  may work for yea:6 tut he can progress no 'further than, his wife pro-  grosses. If the woman Is without  the knowledge *".o become efficient In  her department then farm life Is one  dress, he said.  ���������fh&  endlm?  SJ.-V.?    Vi-.-   nV,   <*!"'t*<jK'St'5.    '.ac.  Tak������s  Kali'3  I*"a*-!!v  PiUs for  tlon.  constlpa-  Marchlonc ���������. as Cinema Playwright  London.���������The Marquis and Marchioness Townshend visited the Picture  iiotise, Croydon, to witness the first  production of the marchioness' new  cinema pity:   A Strong Man's Love.  War on Sparrows  London.���������At the cost of a levy of  one halfpenny per acre the members  of the Naughton, Suffolk. Sparrow  -lub have destroyed 2or L sparrows  and 3480 eggs during the past year,  making 7587 birds and 18,031 eggs  destroyed In the four years of the  club's existence.  Easily Paid  Look here, sir, Hnid the Impatient  creditor, I am talking about that bill  you owe mo. Will you please pay  a little attention?  Surely, replied tli.2 eare-freo debtor,  that's easy. Only don't ask nie to  l>ay you anything else.  H        Hi !������������������        ���������!"      ^���������������������������^Hi     -'-.UH     ���������>  His Revenge  Let me tako that wretched thing  home, said tho patient, as tho dentist  relieved him of hi r.ehlng molar. I  want, to take it home and poko sugar  la-it nnd sor U ach-?.  when they reached Hazel street.  Finally he called out: Hazel street.  The woman held the dog up to the  window, and said: Fido, look! There's  where you were born! Then turning  to the conductor, she remarked, I'm  going to the end of the line.  Worms sap the strength and undermine the vitality ot children.  Streusct .en them by using Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator to drive  out the paiasltes.  One day Pat went into a public  house and asked If the lady at the  bar would take stamps ln exchange  for whiskey.  Yes, was the reply, whlb pouring  out. the whiskey.  Ho drani: in haste and then stamped five times with his foot and walked  out triumphantly.  where he asked so humbly and ss sln<  eerely for tho people's. support and  counsel. .---   .  A Princeton woman nodded approval.  Sincerity and modesty, she said are  the keynotes of the President's char-  peter.  They assure us that he will do nothing inimical to the people's will.  He will reniember what I once heard  him say  The wise leader Is ha who knows  when to follow.  rv uii!/ THE CAUSE  THE REST WAS EASY  DODD'S   KIDNEY   PILLS   QUICKLY  CURED   HIS   l.IDNEY   DISEASE  raj, ������������������������������������������������������������������������ .���������.,  ������������������i>'iiillUiMii|tiiii)in������11 *_������ |iimi|iiii:������ii''iii_ji  lMIii''ii|������4^f-i'lii  siri^s ?c:ilos^  .   ..................   .-������ ..   .irTii,.,.!.   ,1.,  iiiiijii:'  drains ?-xrci;;fer1  ,H!Ulill!{!l|in!HI>!n-^s!f!ll!illl|lll|lt|tiil|ii|l|H|iilil  llllllllllllli,#llllll|M  E.W.GiLLETr  COMPANV  UTMITEO  TORONTO,,ONTc  jUDC.r.   AND   LAWYER   ASSAILED  Bon vlv..nt (married for money, to  his friend)���������That is my wife coming  Lhore.  Friend���������Console yourself. It might  have been worse.  Pater famll'.as waa lecturing his son  on-education. Look hero, my boy. bo  ���������wild: I mado my pile with ouly a common school education.  I dare3ay, dad, replied th������ boh, but  it takes a college education lo know  how to spend It.  Prince as Naval Cadet  London.--Tht- mi mo of Prlnoo Louis*  of'iialtcuberg anj'.iiin In a Hat laauoj  by the admira'Tv, or cundidiiii'H who  have pasaod the fjunllrying literary  ���������xamlnatlon fur  naval  cadetBhlp nnd  Why do you Insist on having music  with every dinner asked tin old patron .  It reliev-rs the pressure, roplied tho  proprietor by giving the pcojile something bcsldoii  tho  food  to iind  fan.'-,  with.  .,,-, -, *-���������. -  Kruger Relics for South Africa  Capetown.���������Tlellcs of President  Kruger, which formed tho nucleus of  the South African Museum at Dordrecht, have now, by a Judgment of tho  Dutch court of nppenl, to be Bent back  to South Africa and placed,lu a museum there.  Skulla  Under  City  Hall  Dublin.���������Workmm on gaged In oxca-  vfttlonG under the city boll illncovnrod  nt, a depth of threo feet six inches,  five human skulls and a number of  will  enter  the   Royal   Nuval  College,   bones,  which  appeared to be human  Osborne, noxt month.  I arnifl nnd Iors.  to slip through t'.e hand in half a  minute are the same as the numb r  of miles walked in. an hour.  It ls always well to know the reason for what we do, says the Children's Magazine. It is not enough  to know that the number of times we  walk 44 feet ln half a minutes ls the  same as the number of miles we walk  In an hour. Wo ought to know why  It is so. The reason Is that 44 feet  Is the one hundredth and twentieth  part of a mile, because a mile contains 5,280 ie : or 1,7600 yards, and  a half a minute is the one hundred  and twentieth pait ot an hour. Therefore we arc able to walk oive hundred  and twentieth of a mile just as many  times in. one hundred and twentieth  of an hour as we can walk a mile in  au hour.  COUNTESS   COURT-MARTIALEC  Descendant of Vasco da Gama Accused  of Treason to Portuguese  r-tdpuljllo  Lisbon. ��������� The greatest interest was aroused throughout Portugal by tho trial by cou.-t-martlal of  Donna Constanca da Gama, a descent-  ant o������ Vasco da Gama, tho famous  Portuguese explorer who rounded tho  cape ln 1-^S, and daughtu- of the  countess of Cascaes, who had been  imprisoned sline Jul/ on a charge of  conspiracy against the republic.  Donna da Gama refused to allow  any wltnosHeB to be callod for tho defense and Instructed her lawyer not  to ask for her acquittal. Tlio com",  was crowded. Hundreds of women  were present, all wearing black.  Nearly all of those present i-oso whon  tho prisoner .entered and took hor  place by tho side ot two other wln-  onevs���������a soldier and a servant���������who  wero alleged to have boen her accom-  pllcofl.  Tho trial en ed by tho norniHtnl or  Donna do Gama r.nd tho condemnation ii* tho ither two prisoners to two  ycivifj' imprisonment.  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 it uow.  Yours graUtully,  MRS.   C.   D.   PRINCE,;  Nauwlgewauk, Oct. 21st.  Hew  Hudson   Marchbank, After Suffering for Five YearSf Found Qu!������?k  Re'lef sr,d  Permanent Cure in ihs  Greatest of Canadian Remedies  Marchbank, King's    County,    N.B.  (Special)���������After  suSering    for    five  years from kidney  -isease,    brought  on by a strain.- Hudson  Ivlarehbaak,  Esq., the well-known, farmer of this  place, is again a strong, healthy man,  and another  gr-nd  care for  Dodd's  Kidney Pills has heen put on record.  In an interview Mr. Marchbank says:  "About five years ago I hurt ivy  hack from lifting, and  it developed s of disorder.  Into kidney disease.      My bac^ pained me all the time, and I was very  much troubled  with headaches.   My  appetite was fitful; I had a bitter tiste  i in my mouth in the mornings; I perspired freely, and my perspiration had  a Qi'sagreeabls ode--  "I tised liniments and plasters, hut,  they did not do me any good, and  as there were o^her symptoms that  my kidneys were affected. I decided  to try Dodd's Kidney Pills. After  using two boxes, my back was completely cured, and my kidneys have  sot troubled me since."  When Mr. Marchbank decided that  his kidneys were the cause of his  troubles, the rest was easy. Almost any of his neighbors could tell  him that Dodd's Kidney Pills always  cure diseased kidneys.  _���������Jirmx.  ADDRESED TO WOMEN  ! IS YOURS'A  Case of -^Nerves V9  Hot fl_������hoi, dizzineaa, fainting spells, backache, headaclio,  b������������ring-do������*ii |i������in������, -���������rvouan.AM��������� ���������nil ar������������ymptom������ of irrtJKUlarity  titd f������t-������.l������ dU turban cm *_id ���������_��������� not beyond r������ll������f.  i*&; Favorite Prescript ion  la that of* famoua physician unuiually axpartaneed  *-. ���������>.��������������� '������������������������������������tin;* nt woman's -McuHar ������lUi>*nla. For  ffarty-y������>ar< liYhna loan racomraendod to aurmruiu  womankind. Inomaniia of wwiifn inii \,%A.r wltneae  to ita ix.r.������.'U._l quaJilUn. PiiExji*- IU aid U all that  Is ra^alrwl *��������������� fmtmim u������ yau p������r[*ct lumHli r.nd atv������nyili.  M*w ia U*������ Um* ia act, writ* Dr. Jt. V. 1'iarca**. buffalo.  ' ���������_    I AM NOW CtJKU>      X.XX.  "           ���������������.���������... ������*....I...   r,\ir   *rii441  "**f Imkmmlxmmxr* li* fnmtummmXmi r*u-_������������������iUi'ul rMMaiM, ������!.���������*  .. _'. ".. .      ' ~   *��������� ���������" -' ���������**���������������������������������* 'l������������������������niji 9rmmrrtmtlmn' ami 'tlolrt***,  OHlond.���������TVT. Mnrquot, the casino  proprietor, has mado arranptenients to  havo a luxurious Rambling room fitted  up in 11 lm kg steam yacht which Is to  ply between Ont end nud 0U1 ��������� wntr-r-  In", places. Gambling will only tako  placo when tho yacht, is outside the  threo mllo limit. Although games of  hazard aro now forbidden, a Franco-  nclKlau group has paid $11,000 for tho  loasfi of the gambling room lu the  Kursiml diu-ig tho noxl summer Beacon.  . I  A Clear Record '  Seeing the youngster sitting on the  doorstep, crying pitiably, a kind-hearted old gontleman went up to him, and  asked what might be the matter with  the lad.  Hunger appeared to bs the matter;  the boy Bald ha hadn't had anything  to eat that 0:y,  But why doesn't your rr.'.Yer give  you food?  No reply.  What is your, father? asked tho  would-be philanthropist.  'E's my father, came the somewhat  astounding reply.  Yes, but vhr.t is ho?  Ow, really 'e's my stepfather.  Yes, yes, yoa! exclaimed the old  Bontleman Impatiently. But what  does ho do? Cweep chimneys, drive  a 'bus, or whr.t?  Tho light of Intelllcrmee suddenly  dawr.ed on tho small boy's puss-led  face.  Oh, 'o ain't done nuflln slnco wo *ad  'lm, ho replied.  ��������� ....���������.������������������. i, 1. .  Snake Slayers  Paris.���������M. M. Plo .md Casae, professional viper klllors, employed by  tho profecturo of tho Heiuo ot Marna  district of France, havo ca.'nod ?1B0  ami $140, respectively by destroying  snakes In the forest of Fontaluebloau  during the past year.  Hurled Alive  Cardiff.���������Willi* excavations wero  being mado at un old colliery tip near  Dafen Tin Works. Llanolly, tho side  of tho tip gave way and aboi.- twenty  tons ot rclut.0  fell ou Richard Joluj,  Sure Signs  Spring is coming, observed Flatly. I  can feel lt in the air.  So can I, replied Brokely, in tho  air my wife assumes toward me when  sho begins talking of the limited extent of her wardrobe. .  Strange and Turbulent Scene MarRs  Close of Murder Trial at Naples  Naples, Italy. ��������� The trial of  Yvoane de Villespreux, the young  Italian comedy actress, who is said to  have killed her love-, Dr. Ettore Turdo, iu a fit of jealousy, has come t������  au abrupt close with disgraceful  scenes of violence between the king'n  procurator general aud the lawyers  for the defense.  Although the accused h?s been la  'prison awaiting trial for three years*  the medical experts it 13 said, have not  had t������as to ssa_iiue her mental 'condition, while the chief of tho forty  witnesses are now scattered iu various  parts of North aud South America  and Erythrea. For these reasoas  the procurator gener?", who correa=  ponds to the .'.merlcan district attorney, mo/rd the Indefinite .postponement of the trial to a future assize. To this the presiding judge  agreed.  This was the signal for an outbreak  Atrocious insults were  hurled from the well of the court  against the chancellor, procurator and  judges. 'Scoundrels, liars!' bawled  the procurator general. 'Base villain!'  retorted the chief lawyers for the  defense. The procurator then sprauj  from the beach with uplifted fists.  Court attendants hurriedly interposed  themselves between the combatants*  while tho presiding judge Jump-A  from tho hep *h, and tugging vigorously at the procurator's tc_a, got  that official out of danger by a back  exit. The crowd chaired the disorderly lawyers, while armed pollc*  were ordered to clear the court.  Before this amazing Bcene the judge  had put the prisoner through clever  cross-examination, during, which, aft--  01* reminding hor that before she wa������  18 she had he ��������� . twice charged with  theft aud condemned to ten mouths*  detention In a reformatory, he elicited  that instead of having tbeen horn 1_  Spain, as sh& pretended Villespreux  had never been nearer '.hr* country  than Turin, her native city. She admitted that her real name is Fornals,  that she had fled from home when  barely 13, aud that * afore starting"  her stage career she had been a chambermaid. She rd aded she took tha  blame of one of the thefts herself, in  order to shield a criminal lover shu  was Hvl-g with at the time.  Thfi Choir  Mrs. Larkin, Tcmarked the minister, we wish you would 1 t your  daughter join tho choir.  Oh, I couldn't think ot it!  replied  Mrs. parkin.      Sho has a sweet dis-      Deilnlng a Dentist.���������One who pull*  position, and I don't want her to he-  0ut tha teeth ol others to obta In em-  come quarrelsome. j ploy ovor t for his own.  Charlie Caterpillar���������That old worm  Is getting toljn, worse grouch overy  day.  Bllllo Bug���������No wondor! Most any-  body'd bo kind o' crahhed It they'd  lived in a crabapplo as long no ho has.  Capitulation  Aro you driving a motor car now?  No, ropllod Mr. Clingglns. I havo  dincoverod tlict my t \r may he coaxod  but not driven.  How He Mode Money  Whllo passing an old-Cashlcned Inn  ln Scotland come tourists wove attracted by an aged bagpiper who wa*  touting r.troelous >oimdn through an  Instrument that was both dilapidated  and squeaky.  Groat Jericho, Sandy I exclaimed  ono, lu desperation. Why don't you  havo   your  bagpipes  repaired?  Tho  old  man  ceased playing and  looked up ln astonishment.  Havers, mon, yo dlnna understand!  Wrong.���������Do you keep coffot ln thn III ma bagpipes wor ln good tune th*  bean? 11*1 ������*'m wadna glvi  me twa shilling*  No, madam, brains. 1 to move on.  rov  I lln   Job���������T low   nro   tho   plana  your now nomm tjuiuinis uhnifc?  ���������SpWiuuH/. My wlTo lu.i dually  laid out all tho cupboard') f;hc Wants,  and nnv till tho architect'*) got to do  In to build t      h    io around them.  Health Only  A Game of Chance?  K you x.ro nco.nr.romrd to look on. Indigestion, irrlt.-.blllty, loss  ot vIro_  a colliery proprietor, who was nupor-1 health as a gamble you will probably and energy, discouragement ana at**  Intending tho worlc.  ������aj*lauaa***MMaa m.*! ������ *immimm i* i.*   1 ������*���������!������������������<������������������������ 4**11*4 an** J(}b������rt4������*t r*i������l������������ to Ul>������ !>��������� ���������������������������-.������,  JUtJJaU llfiK������*'"ir>' Ih Jl thr������������i*l������ \ri������ir ������������������������ imm i������vw ������m������u v, *.<���������-  V%rlmum*rmvm*m*l.ML mmmm.mm'.il.~.   tit.   Tklti r.lrn'l-1 tufi^  r������ vtiaia ������<.'.��������������� f*i)������i ani J'  Ifaa-tl* *������i far yiMir ���������������n������������.'  YOKim IjHU-OCiCT CAW aW^THY TOW  _.!!*  tilQUKO  OM  TAWI.BT   FOH-X  \//*tmmZTmWmi\\\/  MM. ttOt-lRUS  ��������� ��������� ������������������      , ......     ������    I .,,������#,���������   ,  n  > t   41 i.l,    ... I       ,>  vi ,.     \ 1 ,    ,.       _.*.'..���������,*.,  iirtlu'd  a (.uffrwtti"' y.'orlcer  DolngV roplted tin* num.      I'm nup-  I>r>I"t IllfT   OTll������   Of   VOU*   lll(l:'|    ���������.���������lltllllMlllHUo  members.  8UICIDE  IN  THE AIR  mmmmmi������m^m,mt  Russian Army    Aviator   Deliberately  Falls to Death  Warsaw. ��������� nontenant Aloxandor  Pcrlovflkl, a Russian aviator, who wan  killed t������y iuliliiH muu* ,* liul^hl ur G00  feet whllo muUlii-i* a niklil, 1-.p|. a, ht-  tcr stilting tbat Ms death was tho deliberate rosuli ot Ills own nctlou.  Written shortly boforo ho bog.-*** his  flight, the loiter fttmoiuwsefli 11!* lateil*  tlon  IO  bioy  l ������ki  nuioi.   411 4.1I1Y1Y  ������..11������I\H    f,\f   1)tt)     rtr^llA.i    +)}**  ho wm tho victim <?1 i-ihlguo,"  provo a losor early ln tho gamo  Somo may he*'. on to health and  llfo for considerable tlmo and defy  tho laws of naturo, hut thero are  many rules of tho gamo which aro  conducive to : oalth and long llfo.  Tako norvous dlsoaBos, tor example.  Thero nre many Bymptoma to wain  one of tho approach ot nervous exhaustion. It-lib -crprt ther 1 ��������� <ir*nr-������r r������r  lonomolnr ataxia or some dreadful  form of paralypls.  But thoy seem suoh Httlo things  thnt thoir k'angft' signal is not taken  police of.      aiooploHBiioHB, lteaduclic,  ���������_"^_'* 4^mm*a*, a^mttrX9am*.  0_/l m     N-riiC^.^W'   ^  pondoncy,  all  point   to  low   vitality,  and oxhaustcd norv:,;*.  Dr. Chaso'o ITorvo Food has becm  wotidortully ucccssful ln tho our*  ot nervous dlOcaBo of a eorloun no-  turo, such as prostration, looomoto*  ataxia aud partial paralysis, hut pors  olotont troatmont and consldcrabift  patlonco aro nccoBsary. .  On this account wo prr.r;r to liBnlli  ot Dr. CbaBO's Nervo Food as a own  vcntlvo IreuliiV'i'it, which overcomca  theno nympto-.nn by rohulldlnrir thtt  feeble, waatod ncrvo' cells nnd roatots  lug vigor to mind and body.  M *������  ^ii-iir_-4_   t>-0\rmrw  mm* a   *a������ ms*       m     m* ���������**** mm*  IrV.    U.    U.   041*  GO cents a box, 6 (tr $2.50. al all dealers, or -dmrtnson, Bates & Co., Limited. Toronto :^y?(s?'rK3rKs������"*!j-'.ifS  '���������'��������� ::-,'r?*r������f.\r'ti.<yr  . titiftifi!?-}:!;;  0������������  *���������>  '������_*  "wvj  THE REVIEW. CBESTOX, B. G.  -renvllle Temptsy Ertirjiett  Posing '������;'������  Pietuir������ Soy.  SYMPATHY-,  _he ������ctlo_ary'e fnll et word-  .   That ring with hope and cheer,  -hey're printed there in _oe_a and he-_t*  And droves In type that's cfoar^  For any sympathetic chap  To dig right in and borrow  ASifi poui 'em in i-e ear auu jajp  Of neighbors -who're ih sorrow,  And yet when grleC haa Journeyed os  !    And aU the words are spoken  j One littledeed in tJnSness uo_<  I     Eeata every other token.  ��������� II you are sorry for a man  ��������� And want that man to know it  , Then help him to what way you cans  And let your service show it.  TIb well enough to sigh with him,  :     But let your sympathizing  Be something when his hours are grim  That's really worth tho prizing1.  Stretch forth a hand that he can tak<  And lean en Zor the minute,  , And, if he needs, for friendship's Bake  !     Let there !jg something in it,  i  The pretty phrases you may speak,  The words that you may utter,  ; Are valueless unto the weak  1   ' "\Vho yc&s*R fer hrsad. and butter.  This feeling sorry for a man  , And saying so is hollow  "Unless in every way you can  !     Tou let your kind deeds follow.  Stretch out your hand and show  i     Your sympathy is living  And not a lot of phrases grim,  Por sympathy Is giving.  i ���������Detroit Free Press,  A MIGHT. !?30R WrmESSi  LAKtib   lMU-.rf.  tarn  Pleasant.  ^ by America- Press Association. ;  ���������fhe grave looking young gentleman  In odd looking costume is doing his  _sst to keep still and remember what  lie was told. When caught by tb������  ������>hot-gr-pher he was posing as "Lord  Althprp," as represented in the paint- j  tog by Sir Joshua Reynolds. It la  ���������pretty hard work for a little boy to  eta ad stock still for any length of Urns, i  fest the nhoto shows that fie succeedecs  admirably. The boy's name Is Gren- !  ���������rtlle Temple Emmett and he is tho  son of Gt _uviiie Enixnett of New York  etty. While Master Emmett: behaved  ao well as to win the plaudits of the  &eholders, It Is quite likely that he  would have much preferred not to  pose nt all. w   ~  How to Split Paper.  According to. popular Science NewS, j  there atJe two ways of splitting a piece '  ef -paper? One is to lay the sheet ot  paper oo a piece of glass, soak it ibor** ;  ���������uglily with water and then press it  smoothly over tbe glass. With a little  ears the upper half of the sheet can  be peeled off. leaving the under half  on tho glass. Let this dry and it will  come off the glass easily. Of course  the glass must be perfectly clean. Tho  second way is a better one, but it rov  quires some good practice. Paste a  piece of clotb or strong paper on each  tide of the sheet tb bo split. When !t  has thoroughly dried pull the two  pieces of cloth apart suddenly and violently. The paste can then be softened with water and the two halves ot  the sheet easily taken off the cloths.  The General���������Hah! So you're to he  my partner today? v  New Member of Badminton Club-  Pleased, I'm sure. May I ask you why  tou carry three rackets?  The General���������Well, you see, I'm  rather shortsighted and generally  break one or two on my partner during  the game.  Your Parents.  The other day I saw the most shameful exhibition of discourteous treatment  ! that I hope to witness for some time,  ! said a charming woman of the world,  ��������� and, would you believe it, it was the  ? discourtesy of two daughters to their  ' mother? They were products of a  I very good private school, where tkeh  | father and mother bad sent them and  i paid for them, too, with money earned  i by hard work, careful planning and  I many sacrifices.  ��������� These daughters were dressed in excellent taste. Their spending money  in their elegant purses exceeded, 1 am  certain, the salary of their father at  their age. They knew a little boarding school French and German, and  they were very weli drilled in bow to  enter a drawing room and how to gush  in tho accepted society butterfly fash-.  Ion. On������ thing in their educatios had  been sadly neglected. They seemed  not to understand tbat parents demand  a courteous consideration at all times,  and that, above all things, there should  be a polite treatment before others.  Well, these girls were entertaining  friends and during the evening their  mother came into the library to meet  them. She really had a better idea of  hospitality than her daughters, for she  knew that "the reai hostess should meet  all guests, even for a few mlautes.  ��������� n*IK"c    114-4-1.*   mnfhai*   haft    *l������V������V   bCS���������   iii  . a "finishing" school, and her grammar was the plaia everyday gramma!? without the fluff'y French phrases  or up to date slang. I believe that she  made some errors in grammar, for her  daughters took the trouble to correct  her before the guests, to the embarrassment of every one present except  themselves, Tbey did not seem to realize at all that corrections should never be made before outsiders, and,  above all, they should be dons kindly  ~ ��������� A     _^.n������.,n  CUltX    ������G44ll,y.  tmll. .    .-I?.'*.    11441.    J*..~f.f.    *3**3    m*.x   m.,1*   X*.m  JLIX*S   yiAill   lli-llt;   VIJ COO   klJU   4JV10   Bill!   1UC  fashion plate ideas of tbe daughters of  tho house. When the dear little iady (I  use the word lady in good faith) came  is, they Sew at her as if-she had been  on Are and roughly straightened her  blouse. Those daughters scolded thelt  mother for having a blouse uot perfectly plain in the back! Rude is not the  term I would apply.  She was corrected In one or two  statements that she made in a manner  that the daughters would not dare to  use to any other person. "No, don't  say that," said one. "You have no  right to give any opinion. What can  sn old person like you, with no experience in the world, know of this?" 1  wish that I could give you the rude  manner that went with It.  Now, I would warn every daugbtei  who reads this little talk against fall-  He  War Forced to  AdnoL   That   He  Was Not Always Truthful.  Among the series in "Pages From  an Adventurous Life," by J. E. Pres-  ton-Murdock, is one that Lord Alver-  stone was wont to tell with appreciation. In a posto���������ice prosecution at  Hertford assfzes a clever Irish barrister appeared for the defendant? who  was a poor letter carrier guilty of  some irregularity. The chief witness  against the accused was Anthony Trol-  lope, then a Government"postoffiee inspector. After he had given his testimony he was handed over to the lawyer for the defence for cross-examination.  "What are you?" demanded the  keen Irishman in a severe and commanding tone sonorous with a rich  brogue.  "An official in the postoffiee," answered .Trollope, somewha': astonished  by  the  lawyer's  brusqueness.  "Anything    else?"    demanded     the  /irrtoa.Qvdmine*'     wif.Vi    a    P'l^D.  "Yes; an author." This a little  proudly.  "What is the name of your last  hook?"  *' 'Barchester Towers.' "  "Now, tell me, is there a word of  truth in that book?"  "Well, it is what is generally called  a woirk of fiction."  "Fiction!" with a scornful curl o!  the lip. "Fiction! That is to. say,  there isn't a word of truth in it from  beginning to end?"  "I���������I am afraid if you put it that  way there isn't," stammered Trollope  in an embarrassed way.  With a triumphant air the lawyer  turned to the jury.  "Gentlemen,'1 he exclaimed, "how  can you possibly convict a man on  the evidence of a witness like this,  who here in this court of justice un-  blushingly confesses that he has written a hook in which there is not^one  word of truth!"  Trollope ' had fallen squarely into  the pit digged aot him by his -������.m-  sei'Upuious cro&s-exanriiner, w.is^easily  won his case with his clever trick.  The Fellow Who Made a Bad Guests  and Was Embarrassed.  Two men sat in tbe public room of a  local hotel. Neither of them could  read or write, and each was ignorant  of the other's failing.  A   waiter,   coming   into   the   room,  handed one of them a telegram.  He opened it at oaee and pretended  to read, saying as he did so, "Very  good���������very good indeed!" loud enough  for the other to hear. He then handed him the telegram, asking him if he  would advise him to accept the offer.  No. 2 also pretended to read and said  that it was very good, but he could  not think of advising him in a matter  of that sort.  The first man thea got a telegram  form to write bis acceptance of the  offer he pretended he had received.  Not being able to write, he pretended  tbat he had sprained bis wrist and  _������ked No. 2 to write it for him. Hut  he at once refused on the plea that  they would recognize his handwriting.  The waiter was then called in, and  No. 1 addressed him as follows:  "Will you kindly answer this telegram for .me?" handing it to him to  read. "Tell them I'll take a dozen at  a dollar *oer head."  "But, sir," said the waiter, "there  must be some mistake. That is not  the answer to this surely. Your telegram says, 'Gome at once; twins.' "  "Great Scott!" yelled the man. "I've  given you the wrong one!" And he  hastily departed amid the laughter of  the coirppany.���������New York Journal.  New   Cabinet   Ladies  Meet  Society's  Q.   K.  -5-2***&'���������*������' *-.  f/*m.>>*<*������, *  ^"C***"^"^*-  J&~Tm*  Orchestra���������A Game.  The game of orchestra ls great Se*  lect a conductor, who seats his orchestra in a semicircle, each being as������  signed to piny some imaginary Instrument nnd instructed how to play it.  The conductor first calls on bis orchestra to tune up, and then, naming  some lively nlr, begins to hum it, at  the same time waving a baton, when  s!! players must Join !n imitating, by  voice and gesture, their instruments,  such ns harp, violin, cornet, trombone,  flute, clarinet, piccolo, drum, cymbals,  ���������tc. Solos may be called for and the  ono representing tho instrument named  must respoud or pay a forfeit There  oro few games that afford mo^o fun  ���������nd laughter than this. Be sure to select a comical person to bo your leader.  ���������Philadelphia Ledger.  Life and Death. j  The treasurer of the bank was dead,  "tyord jaadl lust been received over ths  telephone. It was shortly after business hours, aud, as if by common consent, all of the employees gathered together in a little group. |  "I feel as though I had lost a brother," said the assistant treasurer. j  *'I shall never get over it," added th������  cashier. |  "It makes me sick," whispered the  paying teller.  "I shall think about It all night" remarked the bookkeeper. fact that your parents bave not been  "It's awful���������awful 1" said the clerks,    "flnlshed" or do not bold diplomas from  There was a moment's silence.   Then   colleges.    You will And that tbe older  the errand boy spoke: j generations  have   been   busy  earning  "I wonder who'll get the job?" he' money, building homes, making things  chirped. possible for their children to acquire  Everybody gave an Involuntary start' some of the more showy things that  Th������ errand boy had been a mind read-   some people aro  foolishly  overrating  One often has amusing experiences,  writes Mark Sheridan, the actor, in  The London Strand, the humor which  only strikes one afterward. Such a  one occurred to me a number of years  ago at a very small hall in the provinces, where the stage accommodation was so limited and of suoh a  primitive kind that some of us had  to use the hack oi. the stage as a  dressing-room, our ablutions after tha  show being sometimes performed in a  basin or a garden bucket placed on a  chair. One night���������it was winter,- and  the audience was almost as chilly as  the weather���������I had finished my turn  and, stripping to the waist, was  "abluting" violently in the old tin  basin when somebody made a mistake, and, instead ef lowering the curtain, the back sheet was pulled up,  disclosing me to view.  As I had my back in that direction  I did not at first realize what had  happened, and, hearing shrieks of  laughter, I listened a moment and  remarked through the folds of the  towel in which was buried, "My word,  somebody's making a hit!" ^Getting  no reply, I looked up, lo discover  that my erstwhile companion had  , vanished and that, with dripping  ! mane, I was standing in full view of  Dependency of Man.  Al   Pepperdlne had  called upon hkv  niece to unburden his marital woes.  One of his chief grievances was that  he ofteu had to help around the house  ���������carry water or coal or build fires.  "Cynthia. I'm just plumb wore out  ���������bavin.' them women folks depend on  me for everything, and they don't  seem to think I'm-dom*- anythin' extra.  I tell you. them women folks o' mine  are that dependent they couldn't get a  meal's victuals without me to help.  But they're soon'goin' to find out how  dependent they are. Then they'll appreciate me."  "Why, Uncle Al, are you going  away?" inquired Cynthia in surprise.  "I'm goin' to become a recluse," announced Pepperdine portentously. "I'm  goin' miles into the country and live  all alone in a cabin for six months,  and Susan and tbem girls will see  who*s been doin' the work."  "But Uncle Al," exclaimed Cynthia,  "who wil! do vour washing and such  like?"  "Why, I'll bring tbat to Susan on  Saturday night when I come in to get  my bread."���������Judge.  the audience!  _ I was pressed very much immediate-  tng   into   disrespectful   ways   toward   ly afterward to enter for the 100 yards  her parents.   Never be ashamed of the   in    the    following   year^   theatrical  sports, as it was thougn't uiai j^iflignt;  establish a record.  er.���������Puck.  More Lives Than the Cat.  If a Htarllsb bo torn 11 rob from limb  and the friigments cast Into the sen  from ouch limb anothor starfish will  result Tbo rcslduo of tho body will  i-produao tho lost limbs. From each  ���������evorod limb will grow a now body.  Tho iirltilo star, which !s tlie most  ���������larnptlvo of tho whole brlcado and  wiii Rhuitor iisolc in xriigiuauu- w'ucu  ���������n nt tempt Is mndo to draw lt from  tho son, Ts, however, believed not to  hnvo this uncanny resoinblanco to  plant life. But the sen cucumbers  voluntarily undergo division for th������  purposo of multiplying their kind.  Successful.  Two young women were ex*������_a_glng  confidences. One of the young women  waa older than tho other, and she was  the heroine of many engagements.  But the other was betrothed for tho  flrst time, and lt was this one who was  having all the troubles.  "My dear, I'm afraid we shall never  bo happy," sha groaned. "Half the  time ho says he doesn't know whether  I love him or not A quarter of the  ���������time he hopes I do, a quarter of the  tlmo ho just wishes I might and all  the time ho Just seems perfectly miserable."  "Girlie," exclaimed tbe experienced  ono solemnly, "your engagement is a  grand  Dealer.  success." ������������������ Cleveland    PlnJu  Nanoy'u Way.  Ths wind was whistling round the tioustf  und shaking at the door:  Tlie sky was dull- the snowy fields lay  level ss a floor.  I'd tired of my fairy book, and Sot began to fret  ���������These stupid winter days." I yawned, ���������*!  wish tho sun would sotl"  Than Nonoy Joyce ourne running in, hei  cheeks ilke rones red,  "I've found the finest coast and slide!  Ton must come out,'* she said.  "Willi     Jjii'y't*     qnatlhllt      W44      114������     iiml.lx     mmm  uavo ho'll pull the slfid  Or thnt he'll mm6 nnd help us build s������ big  snow Iu'uik* lnotcadl"  tW������ hurried Into coats and hsts, so Nonoy  need not wait,  And,   laughing,   hand  In   hand   we  flew  UOW 14   kk������   Ui������l fcMIUUU  M,Wiw������  m������mr hrtmht *hm /lull Amv ������������*n-ii*"l tn nrrowl  Or wss It Just tha voice  And happy ways that made the change ol  Jolly Nsncy Joyeet  -fit NIchM***.  in their valuation of life.  Good honest principles, high Ideals,  honorable actions and right living  count for moro than anything else.  You need never be ashamed of these  attributes. 1 would suggest tbat you  be proud of parents who have these  qualities. No correction, no rudeness  or disrespectful treatment will ever  count for anything except against the  children who forget that they, too, are  not perfect  Keep ln mind always the days of patience, trial and self sacrifice that  your parents bavo given to you. They  hnvo generally respected you and have  shown kindness and lovo for you.  Surely you should givo tbo eumo to  them.  Scot Juries and Verdicts.  In criminal case's in Scotland thu  petty jury is represented ly the criminal assize. This jury has always  consisted of fifteen persons, and the  jurors are chosen by ballot by the  clerk of the court from the list containing the' names of the special and  common jurors, five from the special,  ten from the common. Each side  has five peremptory challenges, of  which no more than two may be exercised upon special jurors. The challenges for cause are without limit.  The verdict need not be unanimous.  He Did Not Doubt.  The Rev. Herbert L. Treuehman, In  a lecture on "Woman" at a Methodist  church in Duluth, was condemning  this winter's type of hobble skirt.  "It's worse than last winter's," he  declared. "It's altogether immodest  I wish all husbands had the courage of  a Duluth man t heard about recently.  "This honest fellow's wife turned  complacently from tbe mirror, and,  smoothing her new bobble skirt���������a  skirt of that ultra sort which must be  put on with a shoe born���������said:  , *"I wonder if the bobbie skirt wiii  ever go out?'  "'Not with me,' the man answered  firmly."���������St. Paul Dispatch.  Getting Around It.  Jed���������Did i tell 3*011 what happened  in court tbe other day while I was  waiting for my case to be called?  Ethel���������No; I don't think so. What  happened?  Jed���������The judge fined a young man  $10 for picking a pocket "Your honor," suld the officer in charge of tho  man, "why, this man has only $9."  "Well, release blm," commanded tbe  judge, "and lead bim to the visitors'  gallery until he gets the other dollar."  A majority suffices.  Three verdicts are  permitted-guilty, not guilty and not , ^      yorl������ Amcricnu  proved.  Not Important.  An officious neighbor, obserrtng ������  hrldo of two weeks chopping kindling,  took occasion to remonHtruto with hov  and to offer eomo ndvlco on tho subjugation of husbands.  Tho bride did not welcome the sug-  -gesuous. ''Jim-iie,** sue euiu proud!-v  ���������nd haughtily, defending hor husband,  "haa things on his mind of moro importance than kindling."  "Wei!, haven't you?" unnnpe-o* tho  would ho agitator.  "Why, no," tlio brldo answered mod-  ently, blushing a little. "All I hnvo  on my mind la Jlmmle."���������New York  Journal.    ^____  Qood Reason.  "What makos you carry that horrible shriek machine for nn automobile  signal?"  "For humano rensoiiB," replied Mr.  Chucglns. "If T enn paralyze n person  with fonr lio will keep still nnd I cun  run *}o oni������ nlfhi fil* him."���������WiiHliIntrlrni  H������nr. '  Olfferoi-tt.  "Henry, hero's a hair on your coat?"  "Yes, my dear, it's ono of yours."  ' iiUk iu ti  uiunu  ami, uuu   uij,   mil'  4 ..4..I.I4  .-*     44������������t>.������������.  "I know, dear, but yon miiBtjeineui-  ber I haven't worn tbls coat before 1������������  t. luoiil". "���������Toukxsn*  Stutvtmjau.  Etiquatto For Business Gtrl.  Tho girl who enters business llfo  must uot expect excuses to be made  for hor on tbo ground of sex. She  stands on ah equal footing wltb man  In tho business- world, but this ls not  the truth as yet though it may bo lu  tho futuro. Woman Is discriminated  ngalust all through tho Industrial  world Just because sho la a woman.  Sue tiiuy do uh u'OGu or uuLtc-r ..work  than a nuiu ln the samo position, but  sho cannot yet comuiuud tbo salary  thnt lie can. But If oho keeps on doing her very bent nnd Is prompt nnd  energetic and ncnt In appearance, with  a pleasant word and a cheery smile  for all comers, she enn already go a  long way, and the time Is coming when  sho can go utiil higher.  Tho best bred girls as well ns tbo  girls wbo nro most successful In tho  business world nover try to mako tbo  two absolutely dissimilar worlds in In*  glo, but Loop tbelr social llfo entirely  for the homo.  What Rats Cost.  It has recently been estimated by a  French statistician Hint $1,000,000  worth of food a day is wasted on raU  in  Great Britain alone.  In other countries tlie expense runs  equally high, and even higher. Kvery  rat in France cost two cents a day  for his keep.  In j-nf-lniid a rnt costs from one-  hnlt cent to five- cents a day to the  person upon whose property it preys,  und there are -40,000,000 ruts in the  British isles.  .   1  Yellow Broom Was For England.  England's national flower, previous  to the thirteenth century, was generally regarded as the yellow broom.  Not unlii 1455, ui iiie liuia of the Wa������  of the Roses���������was the rose chosen-  red for the LaniMistrians and white  for the Yorkists���������tho union ol the  roses being effected by subsequent  marriage between the two rivul  houses.  Superfluous.  The Polite Salutation.  If a woman bow to you acknowledge  j It, even though your memory rails you  ' about 11 auu. or iilnco of iiuvtliiii".    A  courteous ���������nnlitto should nlwnyn be returned.    No woll bred person should  ever cut an ncqunlntniictt.    A turning  4 .   ,.        .1    .   ...     .1 ...     .1*.   .,      .. ���������     ..     ���������   ......Im    .,/vlll^.  .,,     ............      v...   k- v  . .....      ....       ,.      ,        .  ciiK'.MiM'inn!   hnw  will  *������)i<���������������*���������** Ou������ Other  thnt yon do not cure to airry y<mt  social acquaintanceship beyond U**  j*������re<iciit ml nml In**.  Negroes and Music.  "*n hi" hook nhmit, "Tin* Fetish Folk  of West Africa" lt. H Milligan says  in 11 chapter on African music: "There,  is no doubt that music is the art form  of the negro. Ho Ib the moat musical  person living. His cntlro emotional  life ho utters In song. He has not yet  dono any great thing. His day in still  future. But I believe that when he  comes he will come tinginfr."  Rliorif-s  Scholars.  Upon     cnmnloMncr     their  courpc*   and   returning   in their  countries a majority of Ithodoa nchol  nra tako up teaching.   During the la������t  nix years 123 scholars   entered   upon  fl"/-������tlA,ul    rinmt.ra     fiit������Mv.f**i1lT    linOO  I loffnl, and thirty-three'went into tho  I diplomatic or coiitniiar Hi-rvu***. ine  [ ministry claimed twenty, mrilioinf  I (lflcen,  and  bimlnces   fouitcco  ry0/0-000  A  Book Canvasser���������In theso volume*  you bavo the wbolo sum of human,  knowledgo in convenient form. Mr.  Meek���������Thanks; It's uo use to mo.   B.  C���������But your wife, perhaps���������    M. M?���������  Oh, hhe* k'KM\:, It nil iili-fiidy.- Sydney  Bulletin.  -- True to Ulfe.  "This novel ls sure hewing close tribe lino of realism."  "Tha heroine ���������uuirrlee tho poor young  hero?"  "No, indoedl   Bhe throws him dowt,  and nvjirrlr- the rich young profligate,  Oxford I MIJU uwy J"vo ���������"���������"l'l'*''-*' ������"������''��������������� v^j" ���������"''���������.'  own  JIOIIHIUII    I'OBl,  Holding Her.  "Tlie cook threatens to leave t/vmor  "We must Interest her."  "Flow ������'������m wo 1nt**.rr*������t her?"  "I'll  hnvo 11   new sot of china sent  Wimii."- IVnilsvlllo   Courier Journal.  Photos @ by Junerican Press Association.  U���������S.  WI__IAM   JENNINGS   BRYAN (AT  TOrti  AND MBS. JOSEPH US DANIELS. \  ������f Mr. Wiison had allowed the wo������  men of the country to select his cabi*  net members for the qualifications o{  their wives alone there would be a bi������(  O. K. after every name.  Mrs, BryaQi the wife of the secret,  tary of state, Is a most important lin*  In the social chain. To her will fait  tbe delicate task of maintaining  friendly relations between the wive^  of all foreign diplomats and other;wo*  men of the cabinet and the social  world at large. Sirs. Bryan know*(  Washington from the smallest detail^  of its government" machinery to th*!  complicated maze of social intricacies-  She wi'l be aided In the duty of official  entertaining by a daughter and d&ug_������>  ter-Iu-law.  Mr. McAdoo, the new secretary ot  the treasury. Is a widower, and bUt  eldest daughter will act as hostess fo_  her father. The McAdoo family will  make a uotab'.e addition to Washington society.,  ! Mrs* Burleson, the wife of the new  postmaster general, will need no Introduction to Washington society or  the public ln general. She has lived  ot tbo capital for a number of years  as the wife of a popular member of  congress from Texaa She makes  graceful use of ber pen in playette������|  nnd work of a light and witty nature-.  It is often snld, "What a pity Mrs.  Burleson does not devote her entire  tlmo to writing, for sbe might toko a  prominent place among playwrights."  I Mrs. Josepbus Daniels adds nnotheir  sraceful southern woman to official so-  doty. She is already woll known in  Wnsb'ngton, where her mother, Mrs.  Worth Bngley, lives. As the wife ot  tbo secretary of the navy she Is an assured success.  II Mrs. Franklin Lane ls '. other cnbl-  ' net woman already Identified with  -. .Washington llfo.   She is fond of music,  art and literature, hns njj, artistic homo  ond likes dancing und tho lighter accomplishments of society. Tbo secto.  tnry   of  tho  Interior  and  Mrs.   Lnno  , hnvo two children, a sou of sixteen  and n daughter, Nancy, ten years old.  I: Mrs. Liudloy M. Garrison, wlfo oC  the new secretary of war. Is a strnn-  ' ger In Wnuhlngton, nnd so Is hor hua-  tmnd. Sho la n western girl, but was  raised in Phlludelpbln. Her father wns  Captain Samuel Hlldeburno, V. S. A.  11 Mra, nodflold, wife of tho now soc-  rotary of commerce. Is familiar with  tbo duties devolving upon tho wlfo of  0 en bluet member.   She Is n New York  J womnn, but hns spent part of each season In Wnsblngton since hor husbnnd  j bocamo n member of tbo house. K  Democratic woman nnld recently of  Mrs. nodflold, "You cannot bettor do-  scribe hor than thnt sho Is exnetly th������  type of woman yon would expoct to b*  ��������� assoclntod   with  the-  Wilson   nflmlnls-  : trfttlon  nnd  linn the i*m������ tondi-ncln-s,  i samo Hkas and  dislikes as hns  Mrs.  1 .Wilson,  J   Socrotnry Wllllnra B. Wilson of Ui*������  now department of labor will havo tb������  j yotingfut host ohm for his hou.iohold oC  ������ny cabinet member, Miss Agnes Wilson, who will take her mother's plac������,  ������������ ths secretary's wlfo Is not fond ot  society and profors to keep her youn������  *.,  .  ,������!������.   ....   iv ,    0. ..***   ���������-.   I*������4, ������-v\ mml *.mr\tn  ��������� 4444j4l,k    i444    k.1.10   4.4*4 x*.   mm,   ������ v**-.-^ .---.*-��������� ���������-���������  Ths suerotftry of nmrlcnlturo and hh������  wife are now in Washington, and Mrs.  Houston Is milking her ttrst acqualufc-  tmes with official circles,  James a MeBsynoldi. sttortisy *re������-  trnl. ts ths only bachelor or ths cnov  pet Ho wtil prolMiniy nuve i*-*������un.v i*,  vltiitlone for dinner In ������ aingle night  ���������nd hsrows st onco ������ lion of sot Ictjr.  _H__I_H_M ~Ju-  THE   CBESTON   BE VIE W,    ORBST<QN.,    B - C.  i/W Creston ^evielz  . Published ������vory   Friday at Oreston, British Columbia, by the Creston Printing and Pub it-hing Company, Ltd.  Creston Hotel  The Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Creston valley, cir  oulating in nearly one thousand homes throughout, the Creston district and  reaching ont in a broad manner into other communities.   Onr advertising rate*  -~" ore bailed on the scale of the Kootenay aid. Boundary Printers' Board of Trade.  liand purchase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time. Display adver-  -tisement8,x$I.per inch per month; .other advertising 10 cents per line first iesue  " ahd 5 cents-per line in ^ucfceedingweeks. Subscription rates $3 00 a year in  advance. Our columns are open to ooutribnti'-.i-.s di-ling iu matterH of loci 1 in-  t_rssfc and the welfare of tlu community. O-l'rii utituis umbt Le brief nud  signed.  Mrs. B. Lamberton  Editor and Mannger^s  It is announced that Parlimeut will reassemble in the  Autumn, when a Redistribution Bill will be introduced, and  that an election will be brought on at. the earliest potsibie  day. If this programme is carried out and Mr. Boren is sus-  t-ined, the Naval Bill, either in ils present foim or modified  as events may suggest, can be passed early next year. This  was not the only course open to Mr. Borden, but it is the one  most ia accordence with Parlimentary Government as it h;i>  been developed in Canad \. Redistribution was absolutely uec  essary before an election was held, and it is very desirable  that the necessary legislation should be pa.std and that effect should be given to it at the earliest convenient day-  Some of the London   papers say   that   "a coustitutioual  crisis has opened" in Canada, bnt that i-> -,\   tr-is to lie. No coustitutioual  question-rrhatever   is involved.   The Senate may  have exhibited a singular inadequate appreciation of up duty  but it acted within its constitutional i-glits. No serious qties-  ;d  as to   the co_.ctitntiouality of the  The Leading  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  ViV  30  Our   Guests  Cati   c/lqam  '^jm* dr^--v_-_-  \ /OU will make ns  Y when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  the Creston. Hotel. Travelling  men w ill substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  Prnr,-  We have placed  in stock a  fine  assortment of  &\  (fl*  Taekle consisting of  M _amDoo ariu ������_  I Rods. Hew styles in *  is Spoons, mow  L _-������S3.0������i"S EH-'llO'  1������S ������  and are ready for your wants in the fishing line.  ������  ���������*"-r_r_    !__G     Amman*   Hj__ja-ft-   -v-v.-sco.  THE CANADIAN BANK  ���������     ��������� B-i _        SS      m  . m,i m    i ml m    or*     tr*.   B      .   STI .  K^fJ*.        ^^���������v^ivj_.x*rJLJ__*Ju_i.'^xjL-*  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  ������EST, $12,500,000  F  ���������������---*������jrk,*Xjrfc<_jj^_.      .****jr-_ _-i 4- *������-i rv������ * ��������� ���������*/A-*****,  sembling a crisis. Not even the existence of the Seuate in its  ureses-"* totttti j_ necessaril"*** an issue, al^h^u^h we fancv there  will be a strong demand for a change in this respect. All that  has happened is that certain prohibited factors have prevailed  for the time being. We regret that they did prevail; we regret  that thereby the cDunty has been placed in a false position be  j[ore the Empire and the world. But the condition thus created  does not effect the constitution of Canada in any sense in  which that word can be used any more than every defeat of a  pennant measure by the House of Lords raised a constitutional question in the United Kingdom.  It is a mistake to becloud the real issue by suggesting  questions not involved iu it. What the electors will have to  decrde, when the election is brought in, i. whether and how  Canada will take part in naval defence. This is purely a ques-  tiou of policy.  *4P���������__���������_���������_���������__���������________���������  The question of an increased sessional indemnity and increased pay for the officials of  the government   has been up  in the House of Commons. In regard to the first, some differences of opinion was expressed, one member  jointing  out  that the amount paid, members  is not a salary, but an indemnity. This view of the case seems to support the demand  for an increase. A member of Parliament,  who finds $2500 a  year sufficient to indemnify him for the time,trouble and expense attendant upon the performance of his duties is easily  satisfied or he has not much private business.  If the amount  were intended as a mere honorarium, $2500 might be enough.  As for the salaries of public  officials,  there is no doubt that  in very many cases they are too low. For example, $3000 for  a County Court judge seems  in these days veiy inadequate  compensation for a man put there by learning, character and  ability to discharge its very responsible duties. The salaries of  Supreme and Appellate  Court Judo^s nro  little,  temptation  to a lawyer in good practice. Departmental officials, especially  -������������������juniors, are very inadequately paid.  A man fit  to serve the  public, in a prominent department ought to receive at least ns  much as he could earn il he would hire out to work at day labor out of doors.    The acquisition and defence of Canada cost the British  taxpayer up to date $1,200,000,000. A contribution of $35,000,-  000 will not make much of a hole in this total.  MONEY   ORDERS  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting- small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at  the following- rates:  $5 and under     3 cents  Over     5 and not exceeding $iU.. _1?     *!!  IO       *"* " SO IO     "  30       " " 50 15     "���������  44  8.8  _.    . . ^ ,     _,���������������    -,���������-    cr������T>-_ 4-������* X Y        Y?4-^_'C*,!#*iM      T-4*J A'B.n-IO    -.���������.JB     fenrt^TW  Should De maae  oy ntefis ci. uuf ar^uu,   *' wi\o.x*jiMy   xsx^xxx-x������, wm   x,**0x.x*x  ORDERS.    Issued without delay at reasonable rates.  REMITTANCE'S   A_5KOAJJ  ^ ,     _,���������������    -,���������-    ���������?������*-.���������_ 4-������* X Y        *?4'^_'f3*'!#*iM      f\t> ft!  -  nfcaSIS   CI.  OUT   or ^liol,    x' wi\������.iUi'������    xsx-^x.  without delay at reasonable rates.  Percy B. Fowler, Manager Creston Branch  Notice of Assignment  #_ti  ii:*  *m\  . m\*   '  "sr-_  _-*_  I Creston urug&DOOK. uo. &  *  Phone 51  IVyj*''ff-e?'���������fS'<Sfr���������<������������.'j&j^"*?''*?���������   *^'ig-^"^-^-g>**'*^-_<-'.-'.>-4.7i  ��������� . >^__. l___^ fl-M���������r Sabr  ^Bbh" _bv __Bv QBto ^BaU* ^XB_^ ^^Emr        ____' SHn** mBmr 4^_k* ^B__^ <^E_^ ^Ba*" ���������___* d__a������ 1___k 3____> ___k_r   ___     W  ������������������g-r-gHg-rse-SS-e^  .Vi  m  to  Transfer. Liverv and Feed Stables I  (tsest equipped Livery in Town)  All class of TURNOUTS supplied at short notice.   The latest styleB of  -  ta  S  $  iv ��������� ~F '" "gs  -$   Feed for sale.      Agent for the Mclaughlin Manfg. Oo.      Horses for sale    g  p   I am prepared to iill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains    $  $} ���������������  _   at any hour cf the day or sight.   CeES'uerc-i! men and landseekes-, wiii    w  ^ receive prompt attention ^  8        I.       I O K    M^r^m^^^mLi^ n^m 8  _  g������ phone 56 Sirdar Avenue Box 14     9  -   CUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale aud hire.   Saddle and Baok horsaB a  _ .     -  $ , Speciality.  Agent for the Mclaughlin Manfg. Oo.  H. S. McCreath, Prop  Si.  ���������J--  llin liiO OTRTSnMCDy  ftfilU HIOO-HHUHLnB  "Is The Cobbler's Son  Well-shod?"  The merchants encourages us always  to buy a good article in preference to  that wbich may be cheapest-he is  right, without doubt, hut how often he  fails to learn this lesson himself���������especially is this noticeable in stationery���������  some envelopes whioh reach ns through  the mail are a disgrace to the sender.  ���������  We wonder if the merchant always  understands that his business is measured oftentimes by the class of station*  ery ho sends out���������-yes, even the quality  of paper in tho billi he renders-we venture to say that there is nothing whioh  points out a business man's carefulness  and general make up moro plainly than  tho qminli'y and style of the stationery  hu ubos. It ndvortisoH his standard���������it  announces clearly to Iho public what  olnss of goods they may oxpoot at his  store,  If tlio merchant Bonds out a wishy-  washy rag of a letterhead, ouvolopo iu-  voicu or Hlutouiuul>, llio public may reasonably expect tho samo quality and  cheapness in the merchant's stock of  goods.  Just think over tho business firms you  aio acquainted with and notico tho  quality oi thoir utulkmory.  And Mr. BaainoHB-uiaii, think thi-i  over too and soe thnt you do not suiTor  for proper attention to this somotlniOB  neglected but vory ncooflflary detail.  Toronto produce dealers have adopted the system of buy  jMg eggs according to gixe and quality. The p������se oontii  method will be done away with, and ouly eggs coming up to  .%. m rnUm-** tr*i*G*t*'Gcn*-.r*i.tf new  loida   firBt** nnd spooiidR. will be  ikftj.*- ���������>������������������*������������������  '  NOTICE is hereby given that Sidney  .. G0&3 Ox   vixO    tiGWU Ox    vjaoSvOU    iii    i>il0  Provinoe of British Columbia, carrying  on business as a liquor and cigar nier- j  chant under the name of the Oreston  Wine and Spirit Co  at Creston B 0.  has by deed of assignment dated the 13  th day of May 1913, assinged to me all  his property and real, crediits and ef-  feots which may be seized or sold under  execution, for the general benefit of his  oceditor.  And further take uotice thrt a meeting of the creditors will be held at my  office iu thetownoi.Crtston at 2o'olouk  on the afternoon of the 10th day of June  1013 to receive a statement of affairs nnd  for tho giving of directions with regard  to the disposal of the estate.  And    further take   notico  that   all  Creditors are required to forthwith file  with mo, the said assignee, full particulars of thoir claims, duly verified on or  before tho date of tho mootiug.  And f urthor take notice that on and  aftor tho 10th day of June 1913, tho said  iiBHignoo will proooed to distribute tho  assets of the insolvent amongst parties  entitled thereto having regard only to  olainiB of whioh ho has then roooivod  notico, and that ho wil not  bo  liable  lor Lliw riuiu iii-muli-, Ot uuy jifti'li tuuj'uuf to  uuy porsous of whoiio olnlm notice shall  uot have been roooiVod by hlni at tho a-  bovc lust montionod dato.  Dated at tho Town of Ores ton,Province of British Colnniblti, thiH 14 diiy  or May 1013. .  fluy Lowuiiborg  Assignee.  BURN'S  SYNOPSIS OF CCK-Ii MIKIG REGU  LA-IONS  Coal mining rights of the -.oimrsion. j | SfSQeiFaT  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  the Yukon Territory, the North-weBt  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 2,560 acres will be leased to  one applioant.  Application for a lease must he made  by the applicant iu person to the Ageut  or Sub-Agent of the district iu whioh  the rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory tbe land must  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee of $5 whloh will be refunded if  the rights applied for are not available  but not otherwise. A royalty Bhnll bo  paid on the merchantable output of the  mino at tho rate of flvo cents por ton.  Tho portion oporatlug tho miuo shall  furnish tho Agont with swoin rotuniB  accounting for tho full quantity of merchantable ooal mined and pay the royalty there mi. If tho ooal mining rights  aro nut bolng operated, s oh returns  should bo furnished at lonst once a year  szers  BLmXiMBm  Sow Burns'Fertilizers  And Reap Doliars.  Call or send for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  . BURNS & Co.  Limited  CRESTON      -      B.C.  Head Office  CALGARY; VANCOUVER;    EDMONTO fi  PEDIGREE STRAWBERRY  ���������kywwrr���������'*"-   ������vX *  ���������We pay tho freight, and if y,iu uro  not HUtiHiitid with tho valuo* r������<ct>iv--tl  from ������H, wo will pay the freight baoli  mnA n**fn������������rl   full    amount   of  vonr yinr.  ., ��������� . 0m    /"������    o  ���������For Sulo���������Gold Coin Seed Seed Pota.-  tooo. This is a whlto sklnuod variety of  tho Vl*ry bonii tinuiilji. i* Vd������y J.OwVy CiOp  per. Stock orlgiuiilly obtuini'd from -mitral Kxporlmoiuul Farm.Prioo ifl por 100  poundH. $17.50 per ton. Monrnd Wlgou,  Wvnnrinl.n. O.  ing rights only, but tho lossoo may be  pormittod to purchase whatever avail-  abto siirfaco rights may bo considered  ncooBRary for tho working ot tho mino  at tho rate of $10 an ooro.  For fnll information application should  bo made to tho Secretary of tho Depart-  monk of tho Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Agent or Sub-A gone of Dominiou Lauds  W. W. OOHY,  Deputy Minister of tho Interior  N.  B.-~Unauthorized publication of  Mils advcrtlwmont will not bo paid for.  "Hardy Northorn gr������wn stock of tin-  following variotios;  Senator Dun lap; Parsons  Beauty; Glen Alary; War-  fieid; Clyde; Ciarks Seedling and Helen Davis.  Price $10.00 por thousand, Express  charges prepaid.  Catalogue' with full cultiii*fi-l illrw-  tions mailed on reijuY'st.  Monrad   Wigen  WYNNDEL    -     B. C,  Hr de Vnti'a Pomnf* i>JiB_ Electric Restorer for Wl������ri  .���������..*?.   J**** 8   rC-iaie   PIII0    Phognhono!re������'������f"'verynervfl|r,(habody  A rollnbU I'mncli rtgiilotor t nnvAr fall*. 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M>  saa_i  ���������*__������aiMEiSa  _?H������:   GEESTOR    SSS-ffSBW, -; 0_-__nin^^K^^  :_-  WW  ������_  4?T W _X V  ���������we���������an  IBS  EWWJ3I  By  OBN- STRATTON-POSTTEfi  Copyright, ISOSt, by Doubls-Say, Page  *������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������# ������������f������  ���������"������������������  0  DAIRY WISDOM.  | ed,at the end of the year to pay  ��������� market price for all tbe feed sbe   *  % has consumed* -  1 SYNOPSIS  Although t. good scholar, Slrnora Com-  ���������toek, entering hl*"fh achool, to abaahed by  her esuatry drees, ah* needa sa������ tee  books on- t.uttion fees. Her .mother Ui  -unrnjpataiitid, and Enaorw ivita her trou*  bfea to Wesley Sinton, an old neighbor.  Wb-Sft Steers was barn her fitfesr ������as  drowned to ajrwarap,einbttUrtn* her  aaeiher-a Hfa*.   Minora determine* to rate������  ;nnn������v    by   Katharine. fCFSSS'.. ������b*������I*w*i������.  0*lM.m    mX^Xmmm    _.������.���������    .��������� **_���������������   ������������������- ���������   X   4������ wiiww uu^  wsuin i������r un.  25!_2?_. _s������___ __r hs__s ������*������������-*>i������������  ���������*��������������� .  a -*s*b=it =?Sth t*je Slrd Weaaa fer But-  tsrfilsai, lamias reUcs, **������, , '  Mrs. CossstoQ_,������ devotion to her bus-  hxa&'e saesaerjf will net p*ras!t ber ts  ssU trees e? have oH walls duet en he***"  land. _��������������� SSntona ferine fiJInora new  e&tt-as.  -Boom fa deUchted with her outfit Hen  aoaef says a_e must pay for It.   Wee*  ley aaQ iSaxw&smt Statoa dismiss the giti's  ���������   xKxtaa. ���������  Pets Corses, a LSsabaHost *frequeia������er*  wans Blaera not to visit the Ltmberloat*  St ������_5?���������: mm tm ter In_t ilia ���������_uid at ___  tfas*. T  . -      -       - ~  Billy, a, bright but untrained little chap,  with a sbittless father and hungry brother and sifter, gets Elnora's luncheon.  Wesley, troubled by Corson's war-ins. la-  Vwiigaxsa. ���������������������������';-.  Sinton finds some one has been spying  on Elnora.    Tbe girl feeds Billy  again.  She ifl   "ta���������en  up"   by  tbe _is_  school  girls.  Billy _ fattier dies', and tne Sad is takes*  home by Sinton, who makes provision tor  his brother and Bister.  Margaret finds Billy mischievous, but  her heart softens, ' and he Is adopted.  Pete helps Elnora to collect specimens.  She  buys a Mark Twain  bcok for bee  Elnora. having musical talent, ls told  toy Margaret of ber father's violin in  secret -ecping: Mars&rst sets tho violin  for tha girl.  Her high school course completed. Elnora needs _sohey for graduation .expenses. She needs two yellow Bmperor  moths to complete a collection. Graduation exercises besta.  Mrs. Comstock will not help Elnora t*������  get a graduation gown. The girl Is dressed- by the Bird Woman, but Mrs. Comstock later gives hand embroidered gar*  sssnts to her.  Mrs. Comstock lgnorantly, destroys the  tribth needed by Elnora. .She learns hes-  husband was unfaiUiiTui and regrets her  unkindnese to Elnora. She will try to  capture a moth for Elnora.  Mrs. Comstock and Elnora. hunting  specimens, are Joined by a young man  who offers his help.  The young man is Philip Ammon cf  Chicago, seeking health. He ia engaged  to Edith Carr, a society girl, and hns a  sister. Polly, engaged to Tom Levering,  He Intends to send violetn to Rdim on  her birthday. Elnora is appointed teacher of natural history.  Philip. Interested In Elnora. forgpts tho  violets, but Elnora semis them to nim at  his temporary home In Onnhasha.  The young man. called home, asks Elnora to kiss him goodby. She refuses, al-  though she loves him. Elnorn still needs  the Enrt'-'srors  Although Edith love3 Philip, she brenlcs  her engagement and insults him publicly  because ho leaves* her to enteh n yellow  Emperor for Elnora. Hart Henderson ls  devoted to Edith, who suffers greatly.  Philip's love for Edith Is dead, nnd he  returns to the -liribcrlost. Elnorn will  not engage herself to him yet, but promises to wear his ring. Edith induces Hurt  to ta'n.j her, Polly and Tom to the Com-  W-iUmM''   *  Elnora and Edith meet. Tho former  goes socretly to Mackinac island to socle  rest with old friends, tho O'Mores. Philip,  not knowing where she has gono, is III In  Chicago. Edith admits to Hart she has  MBt Philip.  Edith sees Elnora and, suotalnod by  Hart, telegraphs to Philip, who hurries  to rejoin Elnora. Elnora and Philip are  engaged and Edith Bends for Hart  Edith proves her grontnoss of soul by  bringing  to   Elnora  a  yellow  Emperor,  whloh she and Hart find in the woods.  Henderson was not tall-lug then, bo  tboy sat through a lonff silence.    At  last  Dlendcrson  heard  Rdlth draw a  quick brentb, nnd lifting his bead ho  looked wUoro sho pointed.   Up a fern  otallc climbed a curious looking object.  Thoy watched  breathlessly.    By  lav-  endor foot clung n big. pursy, lavender  oplotchcd.  yellow  body.     Yellow  and  lavender wings begun to expand nnd  Italto on coloi-. Kvcry Instant great  bonuty becanio moro nppareut. It wns  ono of those doublo brooded freaks,  which do occur on rare occasions, or  moroly nn lEnoleH imperlnllu moth that  In the cool dump northern forost hnd  failed to emerge In ,inno. Kdlth Cnrr  drew bnck with n lonr:. Hhlveiing  breath. Henderson caught her hands  und gripped them Urmly. Mtcadlly sho  looked tbo thought of hor honrt Into  his oyos.  "By ail tho powers, you nhnll not!"  sworo the mini. "You hnvo dono  onough.   1 will smash that thing!"  "Oh, no, you wou'tl" cried the girl,  clinging to hin hands. "1 am not big  ssuuitkU yvt- n-irt, liut beforo 1 lenre  th������n foroMt I shall have growu to  breadth nnd ulrength to carry that to  her Bho needs two of cncli kind. 1'hll  ouly got her ono  aenvericr"  "Fhii may he there by novf." .  "I hope he Is..  I should like him to    5     Giye cows slx to ejgbt wee|������S3'  uee me do one decent thing by which to r ��������� rest between lactatjou periods/  remember me." I, _     |>i������pa������*d-"lie cow which h-in fail-  "l tell you that Is not necessary 1"  "4Not necessary.*'.' cried the girl,,  her great eyes shining. *?Kot aeees-.  sary? Then what on earth is the thing  doing here? I Just have boasted that  I would change; that I would be like  her; tbat I would grow bigger and  broader. As the words are spoken, God  gives me the opportunity to prove  whether I am sincere. Help me, as  you always have done!"  Henderson clinched fe'e teeth and  held ber band. The moth had emerged  too recently to be trpublesome? It  climbed on ber fingers quietly and  obligingly clung there without njovlng.  So hand in hand tbey went down the  dark forest path. A strange excitement  took possession of Edith. She began  to feel proud of tbe creature.  "Do you know," she said.to Henderson, "thts is growing easier every  step? Its clinging Is not disagreeable,  as I thought it would be. 1 feel as  If I were saving It, protecting it. i am  proud iuut we are taking It to be puta  Into a collection cr a book, it seems  like doing s thing worth while.-  "Edith, if you don't stop," said Ben  derson.   "1 will take yoa in my. arms  ahd kiss the face naif off you, here  on the avenue.   Sou are adorable!"  "There's tbe place, and, thank good  ness, there is a crowd," sbe said.  "Hello, every one!" she cried as sbe  came on the wide veranda.   "Ouly see  9  m  9  9  a  All cows that are hearty eaters  are not profitable producers, hut  all profitable producers ars usually hearty eaters.  The best of cows will not pro-  duce-'-iilk unless fed liberally oh  the right kind of feed.  if the udder of the fresb cow  is in good condition and shows  no trace of garget ihe calf should  be removed after it has nursed  once or twice.  Cows giving over a gallon ot  milk a day should be fed grain.  A good grain mixture Is coru  chop mixed with bran or cottonseed meal. A pound of this  mixture should be given each  day for every three pounds of  milk produced.  e  -0  e  ���������  9  a  e  ������  e  :������>r -OaSilig ;*J|S3 cows ?Ju, 8Y������  His regard for his famUy and ibe good  name of his children should induce him  to reform; ln this line. But .tlie real  menace ls tbe danger of the product  from suck a stable. !t is a crime for  any mnn to deSle a food product? whatever the iaw may say.���������Farm Press.  a  Church  ef St;  Snphla-'  Bome may have wondered -vtfjw was  the St. Sophia who gave her x&me %o  the great church at Constan^inopls,  says The London Spectator. It is not  named after a saint at all, its correct  designation, Agia Sophia, meaning  "house o! divine wisdom." According to tradition an angel inspired  this name. Shortly after the foundation of the church had been laid by  Justinian a boy, set to watch the  workmen's tools, was visited by a celestial figure with wings reaching to  heaven, "lio and tell the emperor,"  commanded the angel, "th.at this  church is to be name 'the House of  Divine Wisdom1," and on hearing the  boy's story Justinian obeyed the an-  eelio command.  THE   HOME  OF  THB  TRANStEiVT  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  THE BEST AND MOST  POPULAR HOTELlNj  '^tHE KOCiTENAY^^  Run  bn 3trictly   tip-to-uatc  lines.    Unexcelled service in  1  ���������all departments. . Kitchen  staff (including cook) all  white ladies. \ Every comfort  and attention given to guests  The bar is s upplied with  only the best brand of goods.  LAXATIVES FOR  HORSES.  Training and Feeding Oxen.        ti  Experience   has , demonstrated  that  Devon oxen are to be  preferred  to.  those of other breeds, owing to the fact  that they are more active, says Hoard's  Dairyman.    Oxen from the Hereford  ���������-������������������fc&ftbrs Meet Trains  w, a; heron.  MANAGER  Care   Must   Be   Exercifted   In   Peedina    n.^   *������������������������~_   a _���������_   __e^M  Bran���������Carrots  _3@n@.ie.-t-3e  **������������.-! ���������  t-^V-.-... X  %���������____"\t\T*   ��������� a*������sxrm  what we found up in the forest W������  thought you might like to have, it for  some of your collections."'  She held out the moth as she walked  straight to Sincrs, xrixo arose tc Eiset  her, crying, "-low perfeciiy splendid:  I don't even know how to begin to  thank you."  Binora took the moth. Edith shook  hands with all of them and asked  Philip If he were improving. She said  a few polite words to the O'-BSores.  declined to remain on account of an engagement aud went away gracefully.  "Well, bully for herl" said Mrs. Corn-  stock. "She's a little thoroughbred  after allJ"  "Tbat was a mighty big thing for her  to be doing," said Freckles in a hushed  VG.1CS.  "If you knew her as well as I do,"  said Philip Ammon, "you would have a  better conception of what that cost."  "1 have to take care of this," faltered  Elnora, hurrying for the door to hide  the tears which were roiling down her  cheeks.  "I must help," said Ammon, disappearing also. "Elnora," he called, catching up with her, "take me where I can  cry too.   Wasn't she great?"  "Superb!" exclaimed Elnora. ������*I have  no worda   I feel so humbled!"  "So do I." said Ammon. "I think a  great deed like that always makes one  fee! so.   Now are you happyi"  "Unspeakably happy!" answered Binora.  THE END.  The Secret  of Golf.  The true secret of successful golf is  accurate iron play.   A man cannot be  a really first-class player ur-less he is  iron clubs. Deadly accurate approaching will make up for many defects in  wooden club play, and in consequence  it is the iron clubs above any other  with which a player should practice.  I am not going to say that it is necessary for a player to be a complete  master of every class of iron shot and  to have intimate knowledge of the correct way of playing them, but I will  say that it is absolutely necessary for  a player what is anxious to attain  any great measure of aucceee to have  a good command of his iron clubs.  The Sea Greyhound.  The waters about Iceland abound  with fish. Of one of these inhabitants  of the water, called the dogfish, 11  writer on the subject has this to say:  "He is a long, cruel looking fellow  and is tlio one fish the fishermen  dread. He ia the sea greyhound without legs, and no hyena is more crafty.  His two eyes shine like light emeralds. In tho centre of his hack is a  bony protuborance, sharp ns a razor  and shaped like a reaper s sickle, and  liis mouth, like his cousin's, the  shark, is beneath his body."  **"-'*!?..  Economy of Sheep.  Sheep do not require un expensive  building. Tho essentials of bitch a  building nro freedom from dampnous  ond drafts nnd a protection from  BtoruiB In the roughest wonther. No  other fnrm anlmpl can ovor compolo  with the slice*). A flock of sheep do-  inn mis voiijiiiuuuvoiy ilttlo labor. They  grind thoir own grain, another factor  aiding tho economy of labor ns well  ns thnt of mnintonnnco. Thoy nro tho  best grain grinders wo hnvo. The weed  Heeds conBiunod by shcop nro novor  known to grow afterward. This ls not  truo of other farm nnlmals.  Wiiiie tbe horse ts wording _ar_ succulent food is a positive injury in that  it tends to remove undigested, as a result of laxity of the bowels, food nutrients that are daily required-for forma**  tion of muscle supply or vim an'd  vigor���������in other words, repair of tissue waste, writes Dr. A.'S. Aleuder in  the Rural New Yorker. Where, on the  other baud, the horse Is Idle the succulent food may be and usually is required to overcome the tendency io  constipation aud its accompanying'  train of evils.  Iu the former case the feeding? of!  much bran daily might be detrimental,  aud in tbe latter case it would be useful and profitable. The hardworking  horse keeps its bowels in condition by  exercise and utilizes all bf the food  nutrients'supplied liim so long as his  digestive organs are kept In good condition. If he be fed a bran mash daily  he may continually suffer from what  m_y be called subacute indigestion aud  fall to derive the proper amount of  nourishment from the sound oats given  bim in addition to the bran. When  Sunday arrives, however, his wonted  exercise is stopped and be is unable to  throw off the surplus food nutrients  not needed by work. If he has beet-  daily fed dry bran he will now bo  liable to suffer from acute Indigestion  if given a bran mash.  This beiug the case, the feeding of a  bran mash to a horse that has been  taking dry bran throughout the week is  a dangerous practice.   Where the bard  } themselves very good workers.  Grade  steers make very go_3 ������sea, but are 14  little more  refined than  they  would \  be if they were not castrated.   It is a i  general practice to use a yoke where a'j  team ia used, harness being feasible j  only where single animals are to be '  bitched.   The training cannot be begun  too young, but as a rule they are broken as yearlings and not put to heavy  work until two years old.   They can be  trained by yoking two steers and hitch-  Ing then* to ������ leg cr some such object  to be pulled around in an open lot.   To  teach the steers "gee and haw," it is  necessary in some instances to use a  halter ou one of the animals for a short  time.   As a usual practice oxen are fed  on grain and hay varyiug in amount  according to-their size and their work.  Care of Swine.  Two things which should be avoided  with swine in cold weather are, first,  do not let tbem sleep in or upon heating  manure, because they become warm  snd ihss rush iuto the cold sir, frequently contracting colds, coughs or severe pulmonary disases that are sometimes fatal; second, bed them well tn  dry quarters wbere there is uo draft of  Air blowing across them.  The Percheron breed of draft  horse is the most popular ua well  as the most numerous In this country. At the same time the supply  of pure "bred draft horses in this  country ia all too email. According  to. Wayne Dlnsniorc. secretary of  tho Percheron Society of America,  thero Is but ono pure bred draft animal to every 167 horses found on  the farms of this country and only  ono good droit sire for every 'Hi  horses. Tlie imported Perchcro_  stallion Imprecation, shown here,  was grand champion of his breed at  tho International Live Stock'shows  of 1911 and 1912. I-le Is owned by 1.  Crouch & Son, Lafayette, Ind.  THf, SECRET,  *������BPl-i������- at it brings success.  That's the secret, but 1 guess  That It matters quite a tot,  ���������While you keep tno matter roe.  What lt Is. my son, that you  Stick to like a hunk ot glue���������  Wbat it Is you pick and choose  Never from your mind to ioae.  If you stick both night and day  To a scheme that doesn't pay.  Banging on wltb all your skill  Though the way ts all uphill,  Never letting grow the moss  While yon figure up the loss���������  Tou will soon be busted flat  Sticking to a thing like that.  It you "tick serenely to  Any cause that Is not true.  Caring not to list to those  Who Its error might disclose,  Being stubborn lust to prove  That you cannot forward move,  Vou will never win, t fear.  Though consistent year by year.  Pick a project that will pay.  Then unwearied by It stay.  Pick a cause that's lust and right  And for It with vigor light.  Keeping at It brings success,  But before we go to press  May we beg ol you to pick  Something good to which to stick.  FifUl������?ANp ORNAMENTAL  '���������':'.It. makers.'w-diOerence whnt yoa flgur*?0u  nlanitii'ir riihljV^jt>a������o?i���������.-^4? <������������n tjrinitf- ry^i.''  snd.^itfc'tbs:-fittest tj!2-l**- cf'atlrMry st������%  erer gwwn.  All ��������� tree's, .plants. Tines, berrte*, throbs.  evergreen!?, rcees, ��������� ������te.'i' soM by tiu* tro tnar-  t���������ed  .TSBg', TO Tf AM_! ?;  it -will eitr--oil to wt 1a 'tedc_ .**rlth na. 1  ,.   EVKIW '-feANTER SEEPS* OUft BOOK������������������ I  UANPSCAPS OA&D-NING g  ac   WHAT TO gfJUANT"' v  cr_fr<>>_2_ __ i  IVALiL_Y    .  " ������������������     ���������" ���������.���������������***��������� / i  "B-I _*-___ _5������ . Ib- I'  ������_*IV-������.^ ������,'*?!  BR-HM- _7i_*i-i m. ear**  mAar -Ttua *r eui __���������*���������__! *���������  BOX. A. ALPERGRO������E,B.C. [  PROFESSIONALS  ~ R. STEWART       ~~  Real Estate. Loans and General Brokerage  pecial   repreptneative,  Th������  Natioaa  Realty  Company  reston  B. C  James Compton, Agent  DhNLISTRY  r. E HALLD. D.S,  Ollico   over   Frank parks Rardv.-nr������  ������������������.tore���������Baker Street.  CRANBROOK,  B������ C������  j*xTT**r  \3\J  X  LOWENBERG  OOKSULTJHQ   EiJGIKEEB  .RESTON  B.C.  Sawe your PianQ Ssy  hawing   an    Gmtpari  MR. &  MRS. CROMPTON  Teachers of  Piano, Violin, Singing  J.A.Pi. crompton  m.m. m.^mmfm.0.. ' f% f*  bntaiun, S. v..  WORK GUARAMTSmD. ALi  IND& OF REPAIRS.      DROP A  POSTAL AND I'LL CALL  '. Music SiiDolied for Concerts & Dances  I  ____) __*__*  XSxlt*4_V  TO FUR SHIPPERS  The moat accurate, MlUMa ana only Marktt Kaport ���������  ���������ad Price List of i*4i klud pubU���������.ed.  JUlied FREE to tbosa Intm'sicd in K������w run  SEND US YOUI NAME OK A MSTU���������TQPW  It't nut a Trappur'g Guide, but * publlcj^Utm luu*d  . every two wtd-.-wllclJ gives you reporti of wlikt in  dolnslnaU tha Markets of tbe World la American  : Raw Fura. Tits liiformsllou U worth imndreds of  dollars to you.  Writ* for M-JVOtD-irj1 ffRBK  A. B. Sr*������USERT  The Largeot Houto In ihe World daallng Hclaehra!*/ la  Amnrican RaW'Furt  2S-2T W. Mtehliac St., Oapt 41CHICUO, ILL, U.1A.  4\V ������-���������������������    -0  ������  1 HC   **, ! . II  v ������ ������ i i i*u������ ���������  >"  ������   ; >  m  .^- m0 m.m -^0,    *mj^>    W4/4  Real Estate and Insurauoe.  HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON     -  B.C.  SCHOFIELD  Fire, Life and Acoident Insurance  I Aft    W  Jf-*���������   REAL ESTATE, Eto.  FRAIL  B.C.  i  !  Colore of Heated Steel.  Heated cteal at a temperature oi  420 degrees F. takes the color of pah-  straw; at 450, a 'dark.r straw color,  at 480, n still darker straw tint; at  water.  Sheep and Fertility.  Tho sheep Ih just u������ e 111 clout n inn*  htiro sprondor na ho Is n manuro maker.  On hlllBidos whero courser uul ma I  ytmto would hardly stick long enough  to do the -"-"round nny good sheep drop-  plugH tako tho pluco of a specially pro-  piirod fortlllTror.  ���������i   Catch tho In mo ewo and seo If she  {fiii't lu (he Orst stii-Cfi of foot trot, X<oo!ca  like It from here, though It may bo that  Vou mny watch mo   |ior hoof only need* trimming.  urduy niyht the effect will be good, and   produc-d, indicating the temperature,  the practice la to bu commended.   Oc-, the  steel  ia  at   once    plunged   into  cnslonul bran mushes iue also excellent  for Idle Iioi'hch when  fed upon corn,  nnd ii mniill ipnintlty of brun will niuko  thu criiHhud oats fwl to colt- more effective.   iVo nny these thliurn for tho  leuNon thnt brun cuiihoh o|ipii1h������ or the  howelH   hy  Irrltiithig   the   bowelri.    It  docs not ������ive u grcnt tinioiint of mitrl*  iii<*iitn, iiltlioui**h Its niinlyelu would lead j  one to hii|ipom> thnt It Wiih even moro  M-,".{".-:ti,v,;r" th:;:: o:it������.   !t !s luiilywtlble  and  pnnBeu throumh  tho Intc-tlmvs In  ninny ciiHoa wholly umllKosted.   It octn  uh a laxative Cor the reiiHou that It la  t foreign body mid la thmwti off an ivo-  Iohh  hy  the Iriltnti'il tiitcHtlnoH.   Car-  rots net Iti ������ Komcwhut dlfferoiit imrn-  tier. They do not prove Inxiitlvt* on ac-  count of nny Irritutlm: eft'ect, but on  uccinnit of veal BiiccuUnico. und huvo  the  Hpeclul   power   of   ucting   ulocly  upon tho [lorcH of the skin. Thoy umy  be fed  to a  horne In  poor condition  when bran would only nggi'iivnte tho  Impoverishment.   Itootu ure rclluhed by  tiorflcs nnd nre dlgontlble.  Or. de Vaa*s Femare Pills  A reliable French renulator: never falls;  These  ills are exceedingly powerful In regulating the  aoeratlve portion of tlie female ayatam. ��������� Kafuso  ill cheap Imltatlonr.   Dr. _��������� Vaa'a are sold at  *5 a box, or three tor $10.   Mailed to any Address.  Mi* Seobell Drue Co,. St. Oatnarfuev* Ont.  Glectric Restorer for Men  PhoSDhonol restores every nerve in tho body ,  ',."��������� , ir.j."?*"-to its proper tenAroa; restores :  vim and vitality. Premature decay and all sexual  weakness averted at ones. V_oaplMMe>l will  make you a new m an. Price JS a box, or two for  *'5. Mailed to any urtdresa. *h������ Be^lMll Bknut  .;-;i.l9t������ Catliarluea. One.  TiHl. IR.Bcnttv*  CRANBROOK - B.C.  The  Funeral Director  Dairy Filth a Crime.  A dirty, IJlthy **.".>".' rni'Mf* !**��������� \w*r.  cusnblo. It In n bud lutblt that uniflt be  ubollshcd. IJvery fanner uhotild take  pride enough lu hlu biiHliienH and In hla  own self ro������nect to Abandon the imbls  VCAffUti AGO (KMafONi wmm! %������  mmHm ������K������������riaV|v#������   k������������rd   hy  It ym*s trU4 tK������������ t������-4ar rm*  w*ul<l iera������Wblr t*m*m t*' m^pmrntt  Itafora a curtMlealon In Inn**,!**,  NOW.A.OAf* Mn������ ft^tstrntss  mmmm ium m**w W_nt AMa.  fi>r������,p^.l.l���������l^ um *t m m, a,_r������j  m.m    mmm.mfmmmm.mmm.  wmmnmmmmxm  Saddle and  Harness  Repairing  A SPECIALTY  Dealer in   high   class  boots, and shoes.  pvin aa YKAN������',  .KXr>KHIKNC_  TMAttc miwam  _       DGCtlMINS  t\ammm������rmmmmm  Caitauilttat  _sm4ac*)Xa-������a    ,  (k   ti.nawnn.ly ti|4w������������n������������<1 wMkty.    I.������ire4nt ������u>.  ������oUtloa cr amy  ������cJr-������iie<*  Juurwil.    T*tme  tot  _l"*ilJ__l'iT* fc ,'**r' k0���������t,���������,'4 ������*r������V*,,������*   *o1,1 *������  mmgm  t  11 ii M- iii i ��������� i ������������������ hi i ��������� i" i* i ��������� i ,1 aa- _ i n," isi! .ai,., rn*-i ir'i 'rn ra-.M Tli mi u - iriil e" ^agrllT- j IMiig THE REVIEW, CRESTON, B. C.  njustice  13'������  m+J  ** *m^.'x%.,m.       &m.m.\mm.  x. ma. uiiiJ    JTXjt/^/UM  *.  w-srd, Lock A Co., Lirni-ira  London, Melbourne & Torento*  = i-4  (Continued)  But   you did not do so; what caused  the delay?  ;   A friend called to see mo.  J lis name. ^  Without pausing to think Francks  gave ir..  Though your wife was feeling faint  aad ill yo��������� waitsd to talk to -Mr. de  Fontaigne before giving her tho dose  3-011 prepared'.'  Francks dropped into a chair. I���������  I forgot 'it at the moment, he stammered.  Did   you   see  anybody  else*?  Yes, his sister. She came up  shortly afterwards. Mr. de Fon-  taigu waited in my dressing-room  there, on the right.  The detective lowered his notebook  aud   gazed  at  Francks   with  uplifted  The detective rose and walking  across the room knelt before the grate  and peered closely at the broken  pieces of bottle lying these.  I aee portions of a label: Acon-ite-  Polson.  He waited as Jf expecting Francks  to speak, but ths latter was silent.  Herlct rose to his feet again. The  bottle of sal-volatile is still in the  case; can you account fbr the other  bottle being on th������ table?  Francks spread cut hia hands helplessly. I can't. I don't remember  touching the other bottle.  He hesitated, there was a long silence, all the four men were gazing  steadily at him.  And now very slowly he began to  realize the extraordinary position in  which he was place 1. The surprise  of Reuben's visit followed by the excitement c! meeting Iris again, that  strange blending of Joy and sorrow,  pain and passion, had at the moment  overwhelmed him. The past hour or  two were full of certain blank spaces  which he could not fill in; and looking  back on these two hours was like  looking on an unfinished picture, certain portions ot it were vividly imprinted on his brain but here and  there were void spaces. He tried to  fill  those  spaces 4n,  but failed;   his  liiiiijlii  ^;MO.NB,yStip-''-:E.\A'S ^yti'.  ed by the staircase.  At the entrance he hesitated, glancing suspiciously at the people around  him; then he walkc." across the lounge  and went out hy the Embankment entrance. He -walked towards Westminster and hailed the first taxi-cab  he met.  Abingdon Villas, Kensington, he  said to he chauffeur?  ' Soon after the cab started another  was following it In, pursxilt, and in It  sat a-a innocent looking -young man  with Wndly, pale blue eyes.  (To bf CoutTur. :.)  CHINESE  LOOT  STEAMER  REGRET LOST  OF 8ECRETS  Captain   and   Officers   are   Saved  ~- Intercession of Woman Mission  -' 'y  Hongkong,    China. ��������� The  eyebrows. Rathe,- an unusual pro-"_Wjt_ it drive these four men from  ceeding, Mr. Francks. You had the room. They suspected him of  something 13 say to Miss de Fcntaign murder. Well he knew the instincts  which you 6,'ti not wish even her broth-   0j  murder  now,  he felt murderously  breath wa3 coming quickly now, his West river stcaijr Talon whicli sg-  hands and .face -were clammy with *������������* **?* U **J, *een att?fcked by  sweat.      He was seized with an al-  ?"*'!*���������,^,s*rrtvedvhere'      M reports  . .     .     , ,      . . ������i���������    that  Th!>  Tsirnts*,*    wnnso n  most overwhelming desire to pick up,  the  nearest article  of furniture  and  that tho pirates, whose numbers were  variously estimated at from I) to 100  and who were armed with revolvers,  came on board at Hongkong last night  disguised as passengers bound for  Konginoon.  X 410      J.11U1L      ltR5 LUL^tJ ill/141 o VfV...  from Hongkorg and was Just outside  ,      ,     ,      .,    .   ,       ..        TT , ., British quarters and entering the Can-  Ive was vo ionge������- looking bottle*  fe   blurted out.       Unless,  of j ton river dolta  wlun Uxc Dirates rose.  - ��������� course, ln a moment of mental aoe.rra- j They  kiUed   th0   Chinese   steersman,  s held the steamer up,  Holmes,  Chief Officer  i tle-        ��������� - ,  ,        ..    ; Cornwall : nil    Engineer    Macartney,  ���������     The  detective   was   examining   the, Nvhom lheT tled u    secUrely.  itable where  it  was stained, then he!     Tlfejr attempted to bum n  wo*m.*,n  *     to  hear"  That's  my   'ushicss,  Francks  snap-j  ped. i  The dste  at him, re was staring almost dreamily  at the red blind aud the curtains  ing ihe  window.      And all this  the uose of medicine  was waiting on  the  table.       You had  forgotten your  wife's indisposition.  Francks was on th- verge o! losing  his temper: with a great effort he cou  trolled himself;   he  his irritation.      He  find commenced to walK up  There was no immediate? hurry:  my  _wif& was not ill. she was merely feeling a little tired ana  fain: after live  Inclined.  I  can swe>ar that I only used one  Tid-I 4on 3 *o-6ot that I had already mixed j andhavVnrthus  time   ths doss &nd *pScked UP another bot'! seised  Captain  !   t!������ . 1   r-. -...11      .   ...I  Trance In Possession of    What    She  Would Have Given Fortune to  Know  Berlin.���������It   was   recently     stated  the press and public, with  few  exceptions, are manifesting a masterly  composure over the fall of the Zep-j,  pel'u secrets isto the -a_������3_  of the!"  French.      But iu the ultra-partriotioj  quarters of th������ air party _ i's fate 5  produces a state of mind bordering on  In **������������ ������+��������������� *������ "f #������ ���������������  UJHJiUAlV-4 1  The T*W3gliche Rundschau suggests  that the officers ln the ship can only  be adequately dealt with in the way  France dealt with Marshall Bazatne  for the surrender of Metz; namely,  by courtmartlal. The journal agrees  with Die Post that lt was 'he un-  questiohabl������ ������*uty of the senior German officer in Z i to blow up the airship with all on board and let it  alight on tho parado ground at Lune-  ville a shapelesj mass of smoking  wreckage, rather than run the risk  of permitting its priceless secrets to  fall Into French hands.  When the Zeppelin passenger alr-  \ ship company's offices nt Frankfort-on-  l Main sent word to the kaiser at Horn-  British j burg of tha events at Ijuneviile, his  majesty's flrst ".liaulry waa for the  names o' Jie officers on board.  It ls declared that the French intelligence department has gained information for which it would probab.y  havo been glad io pay an Immense  sum of money. That ls the point  which strikes arrmans as by far t:.e  o-i-ti vnili    rtiilNAOr    _**       ***i4������       taff&ir rr'li<������  y-. m   *fc4,   *    ^- m0 *** U.4 f0 -m \+ ^ ^. m mmm ** mm mm v.% *������    4 .m mm ^  TaegUche Uundschau even expresses  the "fear th.it the prize which has fallen into Franco's hands may bo deemed _y her of such enormous value  that she will not much longer delay  the day of reckoning. Captai.i Hild-  ebrandt, In the Lokal Anzelger, however, says the French will not even  now be ablo to imitate the Zeppelins.  "Wormy," that's what's the matter of 'em." Stomach an������l  Intestinal worms. !SPearly as. bad as -Istemper. Goat you  too much to feed 'em. Look bad���������are bad. Don't physio  "em to death.    Spohn'&.Cure wiU remove the- worms,.improve  the appetite, and tone 'em up all round, and don't "physio."  Acts on glands and blood.     Full directions with each "  and sold by all druggists.  Acts oh elands and blood.     "Full directions with" each bottle,  SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Chemists, Goshen, Ind., U.S.A.  by  ������������������;H  looked very closely at the carpet.       ; w*R8*oimrv*a  cabin with  rags soaked  There wasn t very much liquid spilt j fn parafflne. and havlng stoien r:1 her  gold  ���������he  dose   wasn't it?      Stmightening him-j h'arm"the"EJuroioeaii"officers: ^  self he  loukeu  steadily at   Fraucks.   |     Tlie plrates Uilad one and wounaed  I tell vou 1 don t remember, the lat-s. ,������������������ .���������  ~n n*,\..  m..^.  ter almost  shouted. 1    remember j ed tiG officers. caDtnSf  6f,eall_g  $170  treat effort he cou-! *������^"=- "������"������ ��������������� *^-* ���������������������������-" :"���������"'*' ������j���������-, ln paraorme. ana naving stoien r.n ot  'could not conceal' r'ou tlu*st ,have,Put tb? ma3������r PorU?n | money, amounlugto $S0. avl liar go"  ros*. from his sea: ^uto lUe ^Ulsf' ^I>P������slnS >ou thougat j Watch> took her lnto thp sa*oon. Tt  valk up aad down   i l} was sal-volaille. It was a very large I woman prevailed on the pirates not I  the tumbler, and tlio hot- j -u cask% besides a quantit-    of    valu-  volatile;  =he  !  ables.   and  secured    a    considerable  journey.      It was m\  that 1  shonid ������;iva "'^ a ^o������?*������"c-* sal-! J>ic^ne UP  *" g?.j,_j;- tie���������a bottle���������falling to the ground  I     VATxat made you throw it away?   ^   amount of bootv from the uassengers.  .  ^x>ecaiiSe   mere   was   notmng   ju   u       They disabled ihe engines and dyna-  ^v-11*    .,. ���������      .,      j._        ,        , ^     mo. smashed the switchboard to atoms  \ou  diunt notic* the color of ^e  and caxrlea of������ the ship's lightsand  a matter of ixc  want anything.  But  yen  insisted?  The  detective's  voice   was  a  strik-  '"^'^^^"^Lp  I^S^i.:", liquid  la  the   tumbler?      Sal-volatile  ^^oVlrmTandai-munition. They  noih.^g. not e-.r-n ihe nulde-.  4.-!^.   W2ter   aTe   practically   colorless,   teld possession ot    the r-.teamer    for  eo? four hours,  eventually rowing off i_  The detective's eyes were fixed on a "5oat, which they stole, and two sam-  the shirt cuii cf Francks' liglr-t h~n4. ,.a^-  Following   his   gaze,   Francks   saw   a  eu notn.iig. not evr-n  t.vc-r. The questions fell from his  lips almost, automatically; whenevt-r  hp looked at Francks it was vrir'n s  kindly glance such as a parent mrght  give to  an  irritable child.  I   didn't   insist.   Francks   snapped.  I used my judgment.  Tlie detective nodded. You're per->  f^ctly sure it " as sal-volatile you |  placed   in   the  tumbler? j  Absolutely certain. Why there's)  tlie bot tie still in the case I had:  it  filled  before  leaving  Monte  Carlo, i  paua-  Did  you  wipe  up   the  liquid  when i     ^f^0���������!'^1 ***<.������?������,?*'  vou soilt it" the deteci-���������* asked cellence the medicine    for    children  >oa spur ...  tae oetecu      ash.ee.        1 w]iQ &YQ fmmd 8Uflerlng from the rav.  No, 1 just st'-mped oa It with my  fjot.  He turned his back on Inspector  Heriot and taking his handkerchief  from his pockei mopped his forehead  with it.      The nest jnome&t he found  Jf you  look  you'll  see  there's  Just  teaspoonsful  missing..  Inspector   Heriot   nodded.       I  sup-j  pose no one else interfered wiih the  medicine   case   or   touched   the   turn  bier? ; ���������.,._..,  fr,.������.���������rd h  No---,     Francks     chocked     himsc-if i ir'^'T"1 -'-''-- ���������v.   ^,        .  m4S��������� ,  ...  ahruptly  as he .   membered the incl-1 the lattei' .^ml-od K andpassed xL  dent   of  the   glass   of   water   Reuben^   to   ���������}ta***af ?������������e   t?,_  had ftlvon his sister.      He mentioned   ������"*  df ^ 8-tT������^Lft ., M  the fact ' Francks did not hear what they said.  : the detective by his side.  Your handkerchief is stained, Mr.  Francks  aud your fingers.  Francks started and looked at the  j handkerchief,  then  as    Dr.     Sowers  ages of worms. They immediately  alter the stomachic conditions under  which the worms subsist and drive  them, from the system, anJ, at the  same time, they are tonical in their  elfect upon, the digestive organs, restoring them to healthful operation  and ensuring Immunity from further  disorders from Btreh a cause:  KAISER TO VISIT  GIBRALTAR  London.---A carpenter named Har-  nigolu, 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 father  vas found dead in bed from heart  seizure, and ....  made the  - >ffln  _  _ -.- __������������������ j-***"***-       "S JL,  ������"_������^_i_r *��������� *___������������������* ������- 4f������_it  i^w o &uv ^-w**4_.������.  A little rolt���������like e little baby-���������itmst havo careful feeding,  it' you want to raise a bturdy, valuable-animal. Ah soon as  tbe colt'outR'owa its mother's milk, add a little INTER--  NATIONAL STOCK FOOD to its rcBular feed.    This  will hetp tb������ colt to ffrow in size, vigor and strength.  Internalioua! Stock Food  is the greatest tonic known for all classes of horses. Your,  horses will keep healthy, their coats will bo glossier, and  they will have more lilo nnd vim on 6 quarts of oata and  INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD than they would on  0 quarts without it. Besides this it will assist in keeping  your horses free from diMcmpcr, colic, inlluensa, etc.  ft will pay yon to uso INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD every day  for your horses, as welt as aU your other live stock.  Tell u* bow many head of stock you own and we will send you, free, a  copy of our $3,000 Stock Uook.   You need it on the farm.   1 International Stock Food and Veterinary Preparations, also Poultry  Pood ao4 Poultry Remedies, are for sale by dealers everywhere.   Every preparation is sold oa  i spot cash guarantee to give satisfactory results or your money refunded.  If your dealercannot supply you write us direct. 83  Some Say So  In our lesson today, said the Sunday school teacher, occurs this sentence: Beware of false prophets Can  any of you boys tell me what a false  prophet is?  Well, Sammy.  Please," ma'am, the weather man.  m������m>*|A  Thf-y were just leaving and I had  called Mr. do Fontrugne from my  dressing-room to say good-bye.  For a few seconds the detective!  wrote in his notebook and there was j  H'loiice in the roor-. The sounds of  rcvrlry In tho restaurants below were  deadened now, tho music only came  faintly at Intervals, and the laughter  p.ml echo of voices.  Thanks, Mr. Francks, that's all  <liiilc clear. And now, as soon as  you hud s;en off your guests, what  did  you  tlo?  T picked up the glnss of medicine  li> tiike to my wife, and in doing so  I knocked over the modlclno bottle  which wns Btnudiug on tho table; it  fell to thn floor r.nd the liquid was  r-p-li. Without thinking, I picked  It up und clinched it into the fireplace  ,lu -lint ni  He vas staring at his hands.  When he looked up he was alone.  He still henrd voices; they proceeded  from the room wh*re the dead body  lay. He listened, trying t< hear  what was bein:- said; a strange throbbing was ln his ears like the buzzing  of the engaged hooter of the telephone  and the room seemed full of shadows.  Now and then they took shape and  form and he saw ghostly faces leering at him.  Presently he heard the rattle of a  lock. The four men were walking  along the corridor, they entered the  room aud shut and locked the second  door. He glanced at the detective's  face. It was a mask. The pale  blue eyes had the same kindly, gentle expression; the firm, thin lips  were closed.  Vou intend staying here fov the present, of course, Mr. Francks? I'm  afraid we shall have to trouble you  Wishes to Inspect World's Most Famous Fortifications  Berlin.���������The raiser Intends to pay  a visit to Gibraltar next month ln or-  dev to inspect the famous citadel.  He will leave Cuxhaven In the Im-  perator, the giant Hamburg-American  liner, which will be making its maiden  trip. ,    -  ,     ���������-  Gibraltar will be reached in tnree  days. One day will be devoted to  the fortress, where It ls expected several British and foreign battleships  will gather to greet the royal visitor.  The kaiser will then return to Germany on the Impevator, which will  start on its first, journey to America  a week later.  The kaiser has sent an invitation  to Sir Err.:.*n- Cassel to accompany  him on the trip.  fiSPHYXIATED  IN A BUS  danger  Fumes From Benzine Tank  Lives of Passenger  ' Geneva.���������A strange accident ls re-  ngain tonlg'it, I must make my report I feorted from Flelms, in the Tyrol, en-  at   once.       You'll   hold   yourself   in jJinngerlng the lives of seven visitors,  IN SIX DAYS  ...    ... ������������������ ���������    ��������� ���������  Impossible to  Heal Skin.  _ Hurt.   Sore, Red and Inflamed. Could Not Sleep.  Cuticura Soap and Ointment Healed.  Tiowsmnn Ttlvcr, Mnnltoha.��������� "Whnn I  it us Milriccu yearn of a_o I got my nliln  badly hurt ana when honied tho ���������Uln was  ���������tttaohod to tlio bono. Tlio  IcAJit brulso would lnjuro  It and It wa* nearly Impossible to heal. Tho sorw  would bo vory red nnd  Inflam/vl round tho iuIuta  _nnd had n burning upm-a-  tlon. Wht-ii extra soro I  could not hlrivp at nl������lil on  lu'i'ount of the pain. I n.1-  wuyfl wore a cotio'i butidaci: un lt fnna tho  unUli to tli������ knw. For a iinii*i������pr or yiarH  C iimnl ���������itlclilnu; pla*ten., thfn Rot u snlvi;.  I tiuvv ihoudvi'rtlririiu'nL olIY-rliii; u fnoi>uii)-  readlness���������  Francks did not hoar tho remainder ot the speech; he bowed his  head.  Veinhai'i , tho manager, had left  the room. After what seemed an  age to Fraucr.s, ho returned.  Nearly Impossible to  Heal Skin.      if you'll come this way, Mr. Francks  Badly Hurt. .Sore, fad and In-   ���������<*��������� you lQto another aulto oC  Francks glanced over his shoulder  towards tho locked door. I'd rather  remain here, he si.Id thickly.  I'm afraid that's Impossible. The  room must bo locked, no ono will enter lt.  FnuicltH stagger 3d a fow stops forward, then turned nnd gazed around.  He looked nppeallngly from one doctor  to tho other. You're sure she's  dend?  They  bowed.  Again ho woven towards tho door,  but Inspector Heriot stopped him.  There's a telegram for you bore,  Mr.  Francks.      I don't think you'vo  OP'-Ul'Vl   it.  Francks took it from him, broko tho  seal and ronrt it. Then suddenly his  body    stiffened,    Ht.rn.lgh toned,    light  _lcor<-iiMciiru.M*mnand<>lntinia.taiidM'ii*4   j fillOIlC   III   Ills   lustrelOSQ   oy03   again.  Lu^uirl^i.ii,,!:, ���������,.l,.���������.u,i���������:,r���������!,,:l   | !Tf_ !</,!:,,!  ,.|   il*-.  <l-.|.v1lv^  In nix dnyH Iho soro was lii-ah-d complotoly.":  (.-iiKi'i'd' Jiiim-si Kdvrarda, Juno ill, 11.1"-".  FOR PIMPLES AND BLACKHEADS  Treat merit' Oently Binc.ir tint afTiiKd  rartH wlfli Cutl-Mira Ulnuni-ut, cm thu i:ml  nf the fhiRir, hut do not rub, Wauli oft tlio  '���������iiUi.'uru. . niiLiii'i.t, lu l\\i: tiilii.U',, vi hh  c'lirlrurii. Snap and hot. viator and romlauo  \ ,.\\.ti..;' r  r ,',���������������"������" t-^It-.,i*,���������������      'I'M* tri-ni mrrir,  I-i licstun rliluj* arid retirliu*. At. rillmr thn'-*  ���������,'��������������������������������� t','ili"ii:i Siiiiji fri-i-ly fur tho to*.l< t. nml  lulll, hi ;ii'.| t In |,ri'\ i nll.iir !r.f.MnTn,'ili"fi,  lrrlt.itI'm a.i'l ���������"loKHltU* C'f the porrn. Hdlrl  Uiii.uhI.i,..!. ti..j v.i.rM. l.lh<r;.l f.;.>nr,lr- t-.t  i \. It <j,i- ultli :r.!-fi Slilo Hijt.U. Addri������j������  po-.t.   nud   1'iit (<���������!'   Drill!   fd.   t-,liCi_.   LuU',  JU.'lVl..   ���������������������������44,   4" "..  N.   U.   0-18  I Bupposo I'm free to como ami go?  For the pienent, yes. Hut I un-  dc-nituml that you lulcnd to remain  ln the howl.  Fraud's nodded and followod Velnhardt. Ho wuh taken to a uiriall  room on the third floor, and In ana-  wcr to Hit- matingci'fl ouostlon nn to  whc-iht-r lu- want, I unythlni; ho idiook  hin h':ftd, ami iieallng hlniHcll' at tlio  "..'!;.'!' **���������' V." Il'i'i" 1* '>;i'-*i v^j'tir^tfioM '<f  the cold nl'.'lit oh*.  ]>\y   '.     '.,  ������-lnwly  botiTidiif*  the  hour,  roi.i.cd .?iii.      He ttlll held the tele-1  j-rnin In Iih* hand.      Tonrlng It, up J.o  ��������� Hung !ii������'  | 1< i<iii  thioiiKii  '.'no window,  hnd   plai'Ml  on   the  ninui,   iuki   ivalldug  i.V    Hli'HK    LJic*    <im I i-  Jlangerlng  bne of whom was an Englishman.  The motor omnibus, which had replaced the old horsed diligence in  the district of Flelms, arrived at tho  station of Fonuime-Frolde, ond the  chauffeur opened tho door lo ask the  travelers to descend. All the passengers wore lying ln a heap, and looked  as If they were dead. The unconscious travelers woro at onco carried  to a hotel, whoro doctors attended  them, and thoy recovered.  The causo of tho accident wa\; a defective benzl- ������ tank. Tho fumes of  tho gas had entered the closed car,  gradually rendering the occupants unconscious.  NEW THEATRE IN PARIS  Built by a Syndicate Includlna Many  Aivifi'loHun  PariB.���������Tho Grand Thoatro tics  Champs Elysoes gavo two Inaugural  performances recently of 'Konvenuto  Cellini,' by Berlioz, and or 'Frolach-  ueli*",' becimiio ouo performance would  not bo sufficient to enablo the thousands who wished to do so to make  acquaintance with tho new thc-tro. ,  Tho Thoatro has bcon built by a  BViHlLcato, lu which there in u /jooU  deal of Kngllph and American monoy,  In tho Avonuo Montaigne, which imub  down to tho flolno from Uio Champs  KlyHCCB. It will sent about 2000 pooplo and haB loen built In rather Ioho  than two years.  SPRING S-PUKJSi������H  IN THE BLOOD  -\ ^m^mm__���������_������������������__qt  A Tonic Medicine is a Necessity  at This Season.  Dr.   Williams'  Pink Pills  for Pale I  People  are an all year roaud tov.lc,  blood-builder and nerve-restorer.  But  they are especially valuable   in.   tlie  spring when the system is loaded with  (impurities as a result of the indoor  life of the winter months.   There is  no  other  sea&on  when the  Llood is  so much in rueed of purifying and enriching, and every dose of these pills  helps to make rew, rich, red blood.  In   the   spring  one   feels   weak   and  tired���������Dr.   Williams'  Pink Pills give  strength.     In the tpring 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 j  blood find an outlet    in    disfiguring  pimples,  eruptions .-.nd    boils ��������� Dr.  Williams* Pink Pills    speedily    clear  the skin because they go to the .*oot.  of the trov. Ie in the blood.    Ih tbe  spring anaemia, rheumatism, indigestion,  neuralgia,  erysipelas  and  many  other   troubles   are   most  persistent  because of poor, weak blood, aad it is  at this time when  all nature takes  on new Ufa that the blood most seriously needs attention.     tome peopla  dose  themselves   with  purgatives  at  this  season,  Ijut* these  only  further  weaken themst-fjves.        A    purpitlvo  merely gallops through the    system,  emptying tfie bowels, but It does not  cure anything.      On the other hand  Dr.   Williams'  Pi-.'.*-.    Pills    actually  make new blood which reaches every  nervo and organ in  the body, bringing new strength, x-ew health and vigor to weak, easily tired men, women  and children.      Try Dr.    Williams'  Pink Pills this spring���������they will not  dtsappolnt you.  Sold by all li.edicln* dealers or  sent by nut'l at 50 cents r. box or six  boxes for $2.50 by The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Bvockville, Ont.  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  Vour druggist will refund moiwy If VAZO  OiNTSaBNT feiis to cure any case 01; Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles  in 0 io 14 days.    60c.  It Cured Him  There had been a little breezo at  dinner. Relations between husband  and wife, were for the time being,  distinctly strained. The silence grew  oppressive.  So you think I smoke too much?  he asked at length, harping back en  the same chord, Just by way of saying something.  Not at all, she replied deliberately  forcing a yawn..  Well, that's what you said a few  minutes ago,  I didn't say anything of the sort.  ; don't think vou're smoking too much.  Didn't you say I'd die it I didn't  cut lt down?  Yes; that's what I said.  And it took him "luite a long time  to grasp the meaning ot the remark.  Then he was quite angry.  But lt cured him of the habit.  QYEING  IsCUAN-j-aiMl  as .'SIMPLE'as  "A. B.C."  NO  chance oi  MISTAKES  if you use  \  Minard's L- -iltnent used by Physicians  Art as an Amusement  Post  Impressioni-t���������Of    course    I  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  The Guaranteed "ONE DYE for  All Kinds of Cloth."  t TRV IT and prove lt for yourself I  \ Send for I'rco Color Card, Story Booklet, and Boole,  t      let irfvlns results oi Dyeins over other colore.       b  I Tbe Johnson-Rlchardaoa Co., Lb���������ted, ������ Montreal j  jj Mayp������io Soap  1      DYES SO  ICASIS.Y  With Maypo!*  g Sssp there ������ m  txoubie and no aim  in home dyeing.  Dyejcolion, wool,  silk et _islurea. 24  colors-will give *ny  ���������hade. Colors 10c.  Black 15c���������at yout  d���������tiei*t or portpaid  with booklet "How  to Dye" from ^J Xo8  .   F. L BEHEQiGT & 60. fgfinir&ai  1  J  French   Steeplechac������  Society   _uar.:si  -  Against Fraud j  Paris. ��������� Penalties varying from  $100 to $1000, with power to withdraw trainers' licenses In the last i*-  sort, are Imposed for doping (giving  stimulants to horses') by regulations  adopted at the annual meeting of the  French Steeplechase Society.  The responsibility is thrown on the  trainer in every case in which it Is  proved that a horse ran under the Influence of a stimulant Illegally administered. Horses with vespiratoiy  tubes will be debarred from race  courses controlled by the Boclety.  Staff Photographer���������I've caught .*���������.  snapshot of tho fleeing gambler!  City Editor���������-GoodI Now take n  time expocure of tho police ln pur-  milt.-"  Wanted: A Keen Cutter  A successful bu* Irascible playwright, was ln his New York studio  ono morning trying to whip a scene  Into good shape. Tho moro attempts  ho mado, the moro Irascible ho bocamo. Finally, during ono of tho  painful paut^t*, I1I3 sacrctuvy ventured  to ask:  Whoro In tho pa; or-cuttcr?  I don't want   any    paper    ciittoi!  ���������shouted tho dramatist.      I'm tired of  living.     What I want Is a throat cutter!  Empty-headed nora can ..ct full In  no time.  Suicide by Machine-Gun  Berlin.���������A private ln an infantry  regiment ..t Graz has committed suicide ".y placing himself before a tn:  chine-gun and firing It by means of a  cord. His breast was riddled with  bullets. The ma*- had had differences with his superior officers.  Edgar Knew Them���������The teacher  was hearing her class of small boys  In mathematics.  Edgu.. she said, if your father can  do a piece of work In Bcvcn days,  and your Undo William can do It in  nlno days, how long would lt take  both of thprn to do It?  Thoy would nover get done, answered tho boy earnestly. They would  sit down and tell fish stories.  HE  lifSg Etemed_;  THOUSANDS  of farmers  and horsemen  have saved money  by using Kendall's Spavin Cure  for Spavins, Curb, Ringbone, Splint, Bony  Growths and Lameness from many other  causes. These men know that Kendall's  ts a money saver and a horse saver. We  can prove it by thousands of  Grateful Letters From Users  IANQ���������.__, S.--S-., Dbc. 13th, igrx.  "I have ti large stock of horses and ant a  ui-r of Kendall's Spavin Cure. I must say  tlmt I nlwuys *nad the best satisfaction from  its use, and can recommended it to any  horse owner." JOSHI'IX PFUND.  I-mjeo:* I,a__, IIak. Dbc. 24th, r-*rx.  "I linve used Kendall's Spavin Cure for  five years. I find it n tmre cure for Spavins."  Y/IIJJAM GRANT.  ,rf������ Ji  per bottle��������������� Ih>H1p������ ������s,   a������U  druggist for  fr������*- boot ''Treatise on the  Horn*' or write to tta. 73  Dr. B. J. Kendall Company  ������noebur_ Fell*. VmraumU U..S. A.  FEMALE HELP WANTED  LADIES WANTED���������To do worlc al  home; decorating cushion tops; cam  make from $3 to |G per day; pleasant  work. Avmoui* Art Co., Dept. N, 43  Btoolo Blk., Winnipeg.  .1 ,.   . ���������, i.'  *". ri'*","l,     fl     "1 r I ll lit  I.i il.   In1    I'-M    Ilm  quk i:.y   ami   ������''iu������  ii'  1.1,  in i.'.illnr. tiic Ilf������. ho il  bcmiiI-  Cnn Dutch Cowo Read  Tho II.tRUO.��������� Cr.Ulft unaccompanied  bv a drover aro forbidden    to    cross  this bridge, nmn tno iimnri* Hon on ft  ���������.Ittiiliotit noar Hurl'!���������. Hnlbm.I.  Hlo (Studies  ', am liullii'-d 1������ '.ur.pii.l. llin ..oi.ii-  _���������.,    ..1   ������lw������    llHit    ������,tll(ll>lll     ill    Mill'   rlil.-i-  \vniy ���������?  W'lW'H     I     HUl"������������������������������     ���������'���������'���������'      >������'������������������������������������      xi i,'  . . t. ..   .....il.i.i   Im   1 ill,' I In ,lr ir   ,-     1,  i.nin in1  ���������  .....'  lilW'd*.   SwiiHowk, bfi's;  and  I. il.s.  n  gTh.  immmm.  n  The Man Who Drives An 1  Au^4triVIOt>l(e   PElriCi- B  ���������0K& WWW JK*. _(__>  The Only clram r iliut will  effivtually  rrinovr������ uti*tif,r,  "w**;^  nil nt tmlnt Mnliin (inill������*:iv������i  "       the liamlt tuioiiili nml ���������oft,  MW. l.rMrr IImi ������mr������.  M ,  i ii?4-M^ii  U ^ZlllXti^ ���������..,���������*������������������>������*������*������ llrslUi.Moilrol  i������Br*J������il(irhHI*iSii������|i.  V... !������,. I'....  I  I  A Power of Its Own.���������Dr. Thomas' Ecloctrlc Oil has a subtle power  of Its own that, other oils cannot prc-  toiid to, though thero are many pro-  tondorB. All who havi used it know  this and hoop lt by them as th> most  valuablo linimont available. Its  uses aro 1110111110^ lo and for many  years it hr.H boon prized aB tho 1 ���������.���������.������'.-  Ins liniment for *-iau and beast.  *mmmm**mn*\*mi*s* m ��������� ���������    i    m>^i������iP������  The Runc.way  I think, old follow, began Mr. Fum-  blyman, lt, Is tlmo you wero beginning  to hunt, for a wlfo.  To hunt foi one replied tho hlghly-  oH-tiblo hnchelor. You moan it is  Llmo I gavo up avoiding 0110 and allowed my self to bo captured.  Wmm, ,.'iiri.        " " '      ���������������.< ���������������  Keep Ml-i.-rd'o Liniment In the house  ���������  r 1     r MM li^wiiiil  Taken to Heart .1  Mrs. Chaucol���������Oh, Henry, 1 wish  you had boon to church this morning.  Dr. JMvob preached ono ot tho love-  HcBt sermons on 'Lovo your neighbor'  and tho way his remarks made thut  spiteful, hatoful Mrs. Clabbers squirm  was something that would havo dono  jour heart good.  ijlllill     4M Cllltiu     J i:u.l,ln:i*     UliJ     I414I. till' C  fifro cf threo, art discarded polUeoiils  foi li.nIekcrboclu.-rfl.  Ah, cried tho proud mother, now  ynu aro n, Uttlo man.  Tho fledKlIng was ln ostaMr.B. Dlfi-  ��������� ��������� ��������� .,    . -.41. -1 -   #,.n   ., A  vfit-'n'"**.   h������^   eilcocl   oloRor  to   bin   mo-1  Mht and whliiporcd:   Mummie, enn  l|  Owing to the :*.eavy rush of spring  traffic to northorii points ln British  Columbia, the ���������uiiuiagjment of tho  Grand Trunk Pacific Stoamshl.) Company announces that It will bo unablo  to Install oil-burning equipment in  thoir Btcamor 'Prlnco John* lmmcd-  mediately hs 1 nd boon lntondod, for  fear of disorganizing tho acrvlco and  will not withdraw hor from tho regular run for this purpose until tl.o  r.'itl'.'U!!. Oil b'iriilnij ������������iiuIii4im woro  Installed in tho Prlnco Rupert and  Prince Georgo lust spring and in tho  Prlnco Albert within tho last fow  woolen so that whon similar onglnos  aro placed hi tho Prlnco John all of  tho company's loading vessels will bo  fitted with tho most modern nnd efficient equipment.  i������   friim  HI I CUll  PU   ���������������'-'.  ������ow  ir"vou writ* National  in-utf and Cliomlca.' Co., otr uansa*^  ��������������� .���������..������.<    ���������ivirnnto."  ���������  mmmim������imimimm*immi***m* THE REVIEW* CRESTON, B. C*  pH  H  H  ���������  'fi?������?v  MS  >*���������> _  x*������  tV  ���������53BE  i*'  , -" ���������������&���������������  -r  V  v*^  ���������  SES_  .-������*__"*  LATE  BABV  RAISES QUIBBLE  Soup problem's solved.  Clark doea the worry-  in**; aud. tho work.���������  and assures sa_sfao-  tlon.  Order aa assortment.  ��������� 6  ..ty.-l-tfK-.W'.'i'-Vo.';  .... "���������"���������.���������mnM."^  LSOijpS_  :������iililli:  aass^^saEBE  IftlMta^  THE   WORLD'S   BEST   POLISH  Born Seven Weeks, Afterths.Mljra%, Can  She be Considered a TXyin?'.titi.\  London, England.���������All the known  baby records have been beaten by the  wife cf a workman at Barrow; a small  manufacturing village near Glitherce,  Lanes. On February 24, of this year  she -gave birth to a son. Bbth'mdth-  er.and child did well, but interesting  developments seemed highly probable, and recently another child a girl,  waa born.  The existence of a baby boy who is  only some seven weeks older than his  baby sister threatens to raise problems which will make the Barrows babies famous. From the medical  point of view they are twins. Regarded from the cold standpoint of  Greenwich time they have, missed  their twlnship by six full weeks.  Is the last arrival a belated twin,  or is she a separate" child-���������a sort of  encore baby, as it were?  Here ls a question which will keep  the insurance commissioners busy for  a week. On the arrival of Baby No.  1 the father probably applied for the  maternity benefit of thirty shillings.  Now according to the non-twin section, he is entitled to receive another  thirty shillings. On the other hand  if these are twins the t/econd baby  should be thrown ln, for twins count  as one, according to the insurance  commissioners.  Tho house surgeons at Queen Char-  lott's Lying-in Hospital said that tLe  case of'-the Barro*. babies wars most  remarkable, but they agreed that the  children were twins.  Cases of belated twin births are  known, said one of the dcctors, but  the fact that such a long period as  six weeks has elapsed between the  two births makes this case extremely  interesting. .  Boob !>������������������.    A a_a������Ia  Soma  treatment removes  hums fromtbialady'abreast  Old aores, nicer* -and  growths cored.    Deseribo  (rS53 irssbie | mfs Will aeai bask aad iestissersiala,  ���������fHII CANADA CANCER INSTITUTE. fcwiTSO  IS CHURCHILL AVK.. TORONTO  FRANCE TO^HAVE TROOPS  The Heart of a Piano is the  Action.   Insist on the  "Otto Higei"  Piano Action  BBS _r������* ���������ut������ uraiT" ���������<* ���������mtu������ inn nun _  ������������������B SSv?   **n*!U SSSKS.SS!   ������������������������ ������������������������������������ ������������������������.��������������� *i*4HI *Siiii^.  S_*���������. vfxs&ifoxr'a Sootsi-o bt_vr haa beea  ���������an. for over 8IXTY YEARS by Ull.X.lONS o*  BSOTHBR3 foi- their CHI-DRKN WH1W*  TSSTHINO, -with PJ5XFRCT 8UCCBS9. *���������%  6O0THBS the CHILD. SOPTBN3 the GUMS.  ALLAYS all-PAIN', CURBS WIND COt,IC, ati-  -������the best remedy for IMAHRHCEA.. it is afc.  aolntely harmless. Be sure and ask for "Mra.  "Win-ow'a Soo-iiBe Syrup," and take oo other  Mad.  Twenty-five cents a bottlo.   _���������  FARM_R3 HANDY ACCOUNT BOOK  Just what you r quire to keep account of your expenses. I>rc_ a  line to'Tour local Bank. They? -"will  send you one for the asking.  Tho Old Rornp- Idea to be Followed  In Making a New Army  Paris, France.��������� For some time  past there has been a very" strong feeling in France, among those responsible for her safety, that the colonial  army and ths colonial government  generally need reorganization, and efforts will be made to make of Algiers,  Tunis, and ultimately Morocco, some-  -_KEf  WATERPROOF COLLARS AND CUFFS  So-iet-ini? better  than - linen,  and no  laundry    bills.    "Wash   with    Soap    and  ���������Water.    All stores, or direct.    State stylo  and  size.   *or  25c.   we  will  mail  you.  THE   ARLINGTON, CO.   OF   CANADA,  Llmltod  B8  Fraxer  Avenue, Toronto,  Ontario  raj.1*1 -,:���������..��������� :. l ,.,  : :       i :.'    ������������������ Tr  Reason and Instinct  Inquiring Son���������Papa, what ia reason?  Fond Pi. rent���������Reason, my boy, Ir  lhat which enables a man. to determine  what is right.  Inquiring Son���������And ./hat ls instinct.  Fond Parent���������Instinct is that whloh  tells a woman ahe ls right, whether  ���������he is or not.  Nothing is known of the details of  the scheme which is under consideration, but it is understood that the  broad lines are those of the ancient  Soman colonization.  Germans who have lived here many  years say quite openly that before long  France will have to fight for her ex-j  lstence because Germany; now that  the 'Drang nach Osten' (pressure towards the East) has been stopped  by the unexpected growth of the Balkans end the disappearance of Turkey,  will he forced to press toward the  west. These beliefs are peculiarly  interesting because of course, the presence of German troops and a German  fleet at Dunkirk would not be over  [pleasing to Great Britain. ������*--���������  There are also disquieting rumors  in Paris of tierman action ia Tunis,  Algiers and Morocco. It ls said that  German agents have for some time  been very busily at work stirring up  the Arabs and the Musslemans generally against Frai -���������!*  domination.  Their work has been comparatively  easy, for they Insist on the fact that  the Germans are the friends ot Turkey, with whom Arab sympathies are  Lstrong, and there ia notably in Tunis  a very strong untl-French undercurrent.  Curiously enough, in M. Lavenden's  play, 'Servlr,' one ot the fnur plays  which have recently helped on an out-  hurst ot patriotic fervor here, the work  of German secret agents in Morocco  la made the reason ot war between  France  and  Germany.  FIERCE   DUEL   IN  .PARIS  DOMINION FO..E8TS  How the Federal Reserves are Being  Developed  The Dominion Forest Service has  progressed farther than, any other service in Canada in the laying out cf  forest reserves and'providing for their  proper administration. Sixteen, million acres havo. been definitely set  apart by Act of Parliament to be administered, as forest reserves. Additional areas are being examined each  year, and some six million acres additional ���������; are now under temporary reservation and A/ill shortly he added to  the reserves set apart by Btatute.  The mere setting apart of reserves,  though an Important step, ls only a  preliminary one. Although, unfortunately, iu some cases it has not  been realized that anything further is necessary, this mistake has not  been made in the federal admlnistrar-  tion.  The reserves have been organized  by appointing an inspector ln charge  for each of the western provinces.  The inspectors selected are men who  have had a thoroughly technical training In forestry and who have shown,  good administrative ability. In each  of the inspection districts the reserves  areas are laid out in units or forests  each under charge of a technically  trained man or a man experienced In  timber administration-. Twelve such  divisions have already been established, and others are being organized  and manned with forest rangers as  the development of the reserves and  the Sre danger may render nee ;ssary?  These divisions^do not include patrol  outside of forest reserves on the large  area ot forest not included therein.  In such areas there are in addition  twelve patrol divisions each under  charge of a chief Are. ranger.  On each of the forests, houses have  been erected for the forest rangers  eo that they may be close to their  work and give lt careful supervision.  At different points throughout the forest, huts have been erected as headquarters for summer patrols and in  some of the more inaccessible districts. 47,0 miles of trails and roads  have been constructed so as to make  the reserves more accessible. 10  bridges have been constructed, and  100 miles of telephone have been put  ln operation. A much enlarged programme of such improvement work  has been laid out for the coming year.  A conference of the Inspectors was  recently held at Ottawa to plan the  work for the eoml- g season and the  construction work on. the reserves will  be pushed as rapidly as possil1'* so as  to have the reserves made immune  from fire, as they are in Europe, in  SPUT 40 CORDS  AT AGE OF 8  iTtakfui to the Medicine That  Gave Him^Ahility For  the Task.  A VERY INTERESTING CASE  Few men of eighty-five years of age  can boast of much else hut poor  health and falling strength.. Arl suoh  was the condition of Mr. Benj.  Marsh, who" is. known to -every soul  in the neighborhood of his home at  L1*^uufeunsoUcited������' write*- Mr. |ties hav* bein distributed to station  Ma?sh "I wish to s'av ZJw 1 bav4 agents, sectio:* foremen, those in  ������n bother^or'yea?! with .toSS' ��������������������������� ���������������v������ "MS^/!!������25S2  trouble.      I tried everything I could  C.P.R. Fiower Day *  It la juat twenty-four years since  an, employ, of the.C.P.R. raised a  few varieties of flower seeds in his  own garden and distributed them  among his friends in ��������������������������� the company  with the idea of beautifying to some  extent the noraewhat barren aspect of  the stations on the railroad round  houses and yar V offices on. the company's property. It was a small beginning bu today the C.jP.B. is celebrating its semi-annual flower day and  the little seed planted In the earlier  day has grown to such an extent that  it requires a.floral department to handle the work and instead of a few  packages jot seeds handed out to i  limited number of employee ho less  tran 150,000 packets of various varie-  ������.__������������������ ih mm w w a _i *nfii������_���������_  Don't  your Boy/els  Cut out cathartics ana purgatiraa.   Tbey suss  C/^TER/sXiTTLs'* *"  LiYER PILLS ���������  Purely vegetable. Act   js  __.!.. li i:  -^  Cently on the lifer,  eliminate bile.and  soothe ihedeii- "  catemenbraito  ofthcbowel  Cev'cCott-  ttipation,  Bilious-  fxmrratiSB  -   tKBUWH  STT-K ������  av_e  . Sick Headadis and InditesHon, ms' millions ktmtm  Small Pill, Small Dose, Snail Price*  Genuine must bear Signature  think of without benefit. I waa terribly afflicted with swelling sad gas,  and had much distress between  meals. I tried everything I could  think of, but without benefit. Then  I was recommended Nerviline. My,  but NerVillne did me a power of good  ���������made a new man of me, so that  within the last three weeks I have  beea able to split about forty cords  of stove woo, . I will always stick  to Nerviline and will always recoin-  ���������mend it. and v/ould like to meet anyone and convince them If in doubt  as to what NervilY-e has done for  me."  For sour stomach, nausea, belching  of gas., cramps anl sudden sickness  at night, nothing is more helpful in  the home, nothing saves so much pain  and distress as Nerviline. Large  family size bottles, 60c; small size,  25c; at all storekeepeirs and druggists or The Catarrhozone Co., Buffalo, N.Y.  All Square  It waa In a West End restaurant,  where Sandy went for a drink, and  he ordered a whisky and soda, for  \ which they charged him a whole shll-  llnj. He complained of the price  and said that he was' only accustomed' to pay thrr-eer .������ for a alp of  whisky.  Next day Sandy went intc the same  place again, ordered a drink and put  down threepence. It was.a diffierent barman, but he protested.  No, no sr.id Sandy. No, no, mon;  that's all rlght^ I saw yer pictures  yesteiday.       "~  xx* ������.   ^ttAH^-nnr   *^rwc*o*lV*4Ta,   -"iima  CMC     nlLU-JL l/Ciov    ^4*v������JfcJ*is4*������������_     w������������������*w -  A Puzz'3  What puzzles me, said Uncle  Snooks as he looL. I up from a book  he was consulting, is this: It a miaii  is standing on the side of a hill or  mountain how is ho to settle In his  mind whether he 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 slope up that d-fii't  slope down.  fHiilYRFW n THE HOME  Minard's  Liniment       Lumberman's  Friend  ���������*jmmn*dx0 mmim=.  On  Broadway  Say, George, -remarked iiiw friend,  pulling his elbow. Look across the  street there. Do you notice what  a funny, bouncing walk that girl has?  Sure, replied George, and why not?  She's a spring, chicken, you know I  In General Demand  The Shopper���������Why do you say that  this la the last word in dress goods?  The Salesman���������Because  every woman will insist on-having it.  and all employes living on company's  property,  showing an inclination towards the cultivation of flowers.     In  the fall a million of bulbs were given  out and the bene: t of these ls now being felt, as from the Atlantic to the  Pacific and even on   Vancouver   Island, the traveller will see the delightful results from the fall planting of  theso luxurious flower*.    Even in the  midst of the prairies where men are  permanently encamped vorking on the  Irrigation  ditches  at forty  different  points have seeds been sent for cultivation,  which is another demosastra-  tlon of the effect    the    tending    of  fit ..era has on the human mind and  body.    These men take  a great delight in caving for the plants as they  gradually grow .-nd enjoy their fragrance as much aa   the   man   nearer  home.    Tha influences and encouragement of flower growing on the C.P.R.  during' the last twenty-four years has  materially assisted in the inauguration  of floral societies   in   almost   every  town along the lines of the system,  and  an examination will  show that  actively connect-1 with    these-   hun-.|  dreda   of  societies  arJ  employes  bf  the C.P.R.    whose   first   lesson   in  flower  culture  and  the  love  of  the  beautiful were learned in. the service  of the company under tha  stimulating influences of the   Floral   depart-  : ent.    Station    improvements    have  led to town improvements and often  the  C.P.R.   is  csked  to  co-operate  with some of these institutions for the  beautifying of open   spaces,   and   ln  many instances the station is a sort  of bureau   for    flower    information,  while the floral department at Montreal  ia  looked  upon aa  the  headquarters of flower information for the  whole of the C.P.R. system from the  Atlantic to the Paoiflc.        In    every  division       special       prizes are  awarded for tho best displays and;  many of the employes.have become so  Interested In the work as to try their  results against the best in the country by exhibition at the big exhibitions. In many instances they have  been very successful and have carried  away the premier prize?. Many  agents have wonderful vegetable gardens in the west for the climate is  such that anything can be grown..  UUJUUl-UB-^^^-PiUiBB'-aiii'j I'AILul  A Splendid io cent Household Specialty is being Introduced all over Canada.    It is Appreciated by the Thrifty L  Housewife who wants things "Just a j  Little Better."   Send Post Card to- \  day.    Simply say :��������� i  "Send Household Specialty ad- j  vertlsed   ia   lay   Newspaper."  That's all! You will bo Delighted I Pay  if Satisfied,    We take the risk.    Send  to-day I  Address P.O. i2_0, MontreaL  DON'T MISS TK1S OFFER.  GLOVES  That Are Guaranteed  Why tak-chances In buying a pair  tf ������love3 when you can gat apositiva  guarantee bac'.od by Canada's  largest gloya factory in tho  fi.B.K.PInlo^iiellGloves  made from specially tanned horse-  hlda. Guaranteed wet pro f, wind  pr.of, steam and heat proof. Send  for illu-"trations.  I-U3SON SXd UNlWSmG CO.  i     Can9u������-i4H*i*ejeG���������ivs  BV MOM-EtSTAIL  Hard and soft corns both yield to  Holloway'ii Corn, Cure, which ia entirely safe to use, and certain and  aatlsfactory is, Its action.  Eddie Wlna Out  Boss���������Who's been marking up thia  calendar?  Office Boy���������I���������I was checking off  tlie number of days till baseball started.  Bof*���������Pardon me, Eddie; bring it  over bore and we'll flguro lt out together.  Doubtless  Papa, askod Freddie, what Is. the  difference between taking an oath and  uttering ono?  Ilm! Well, my son, his father answered, a politician takes an oath whon  ho gooB into office Ho utters one  when lio leaves It.  Charity  Do you think $20 will be enough  to tflve tho mlnlstor? enquired the  prospoctlvo bridegroom.  You'd hotter mako lt $26, replied  the best man. He is rjo!n*r to be  married himself noxt wook.  When thore are children in the  home it requires constant attention  to keep them freo from the many  childhood ailments which come so  quickly���������some of them proving fatal  while others leave the little one cross,  restless and reak. To keep little  ones well Baby's. Own Tablets must  be kept in the house. These Tablets  regulate the stomach and bowels,  break up coldii and fevers; expel  worms and make teething easy. The  Tablets are sold by medicine dealers  ���������..* by mail at 25 cents a box from The  Dr. Willlama' Medicine Co., Brock-  vllle, Ont.  :;? DODD'S "'/,  H^wm-A m**M mM m������.Wm9mmm^mmrWmm  < rVIUII ETI  ;  &/yPILLS'V  I  C0o. a box or il* Uxe������ for $2.80,  ������t all dealer*, or Ths Dodd* Modi'  olritt Company,  Umiteu,     toronto, |)   k  Journalist and Deputy Are Antagonistic and  Each  Mean* Buaines*  Paris, France.���������A fierce and prolonged duel with swords took place at  Neuilly, a surburb of Paris, recently,  between M. Berthoulat, tho brilliant  and clever editor of La Liberte, and  M. Ceccaidi, tho well-known Radical-  Socialist deputy. The affair arose  out of some articles published in La  Liberte after tho recent debato In tho  chamber on the amnesty question.  When the adversaries met on the  field M. Ceccaidi flrBt began to mako  violent thrusts at hia opponent's face  but theae were adroitly parried.  Onco M. Bert'houlat's sword touched  the ground and tho director c: tho affair at onco crlod halt!  M. Ceccaidi stopped at onco, but  M. Berthoulat, carried away by his  toolings, did not rospond to tho command, and hla sword pierced M. Cec-  caldl'a shoulder. In spite of the in-  Jury, M. Ceccaidi Insisted on continuing tho "duel.  Moro turloua than ever berore, tho  fight was resumed, M. Berthoulat for  tho moat part, remaining on tho .do-  tensive. Boon, howovor, ho was again  the aggreBHor, und he inflicted a wound  on M. Coccaldl'a chest.  Tlio uucondo at once Intervened nnd  tho fight waa Btoppod. Tho aurguouu  in attondanco found that tho rlutht  lung had heon penetrated. Lato ln  tho evening a bulletin waa Issued. In  thlo tho surgeons say that although  both M, Coccaldl'a wounds aro dcap,  no compllcatlona have aa yet arisen.  Card tricks form an important part  in lhe .".tock Iii trndc nf ti oarly r.vory  Hlolght-oMiand porformor, sayH a  writer In tho Hamburg Avillulluclio  Nachi'lchtui, and whllo thoy amiiao  ua thoy hardly ovor merit apodal attention. Thoro has recently, however  appeared on tho atago a man who hao  1 gono several Btopn boyond tho grcuL  army of dexterous card manipulators.  Of coui-uo thoro hi nothing superhuman about lt all, but In Booing this  !*!!-df<Md'*"1 mnn plek lliliiy i-iu-iIh  which had heon selected by ������|y dlffor-  ofit performs and telling t.ho ordor In  which they woro drawn from a now  pack whloh ho had novor' handled  mulct'H one iitiir vol at u peculhw bit 111  ���������M,<.*i< nitrvM innllv tinr i fnv ninirle.  A Paradox  Husband���������Why,- dear, ars you putting on all that make-up?  Wife���������Going to have roy picture  taken and want to look natural.  Ponder This���������You'll be sorry sou e  day that you dldn'*l marry.  Well, I'd rather not be married and  be sorry I wasn't than be married a_d  sorry I was.  -  ir     ll   I  Busy Trip,.���������I had a tough time delivering the mall yesterday, declared  the postman.  How was that?  Had a bulldog and a chunk of liver  In the same delivery.  Fond Mother���������Now Edward, alt  ������down, and tell me why the teacher  I whipped, you.  Edward���������If it's all the samo to you,  He Understood ..   L  The man ami hla wlfo ln the motor y^ father stand up and tell you.  car came face to face with tho.mau-}--  on a heavily-laden wagon ln a narrow  lane. Quite aa '_ matter of course  the husband made a move to back out  and allow the wagon to pass. But  hla wife objected.   .  Let him back out she said coldly.  Wo wero horo first. He must have  seen ub coming.  Her husband pointed out that a  sharp curvo in the road rendered thia  Impossible.  I don't caro reiterated the dame in  tho car. I don't intend to move. I'd  rather remain here all day.  But���������, the husband began feebly.  Glo over, man, said tho carter, and  the tones of hla volco expressed a  great sympathy. Don't argy any  moro. I'll back out. I've got one  llko her at 'omel  The Pill That Brings Relief .���������When  after one has partaken of a meal he is  oppressed by feelings of fullness and  pains ih the stomach he suffers from  dyspepsia, which will persls**. if lt  be not dealt -with, Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are the very beat medicine j  that can be taken to bring relief.  These pills are specially, .compounded  to deal with dyspepsia, and their  sterling qualities ln this r^pect can  be vouched for by legions of users.  MOTHERHOOD  SUGGESTIONS  .-������I, ��������� ���������,-,- .������<  Advice fo Expectant Mothers  Auk for Minard's and take no other  No Chance to Escape  I couldn't got out ot marrying her,  Henpeck explained       When she -nro-  posed sho auld: Will you marry mo?  Havo you any objection?     You boo,  no matter whether I eald yos or no,  die had mo.  Wiiy . Uldii't  you  just  keep   silent,  thon? lnqulrod hla frlond.  That's what I did, and she said:  SUenco gives v.onsctit, and that ended  It.  The Iioubo Ib bo Ioiiobohio without  you and tho doar chlldron, write**.  TtllbhltiR now to the Absent wlfo, who  Ii  with  the  family at hor mother's.  But tho faithful inald-of-aU-woik  writes: Shuro. mv.n, Mr. rilbblnn  hasn't boon In until after twolvo  o'clock nover a night bIiico you loft.  Cautloun,    Anyway.���������Father���������Tha  you-if man of yours ban moro brains]  than I gavo him credit for.  Daughter���������Oh, papa, you ilon'l really moan lt?  Fiii.lior���������Yes, Instead of coming to  boo mo ho called uio up on tlio telephone.  14MII44UW.  W.   N.   U.   O-IS  Oiuim���������'Vou nay your uhmui ih u  very prolific writer of fiction. What  sort of fiction.  Dlbii   I.  O.  U.'a mostly.  Tali Price for n Small Book  London.���������A   copy   of   tho   lCiiullah  tnilou Almanac for IMS, which I'lotm-  | urea only throo-quartors of an inch by  UVL'-l'IKIIlti   It.   llll    UlCll   llllll   in   1.41V lvK.v.v!  Iii a morocco ciiho with a magnifying  Kiiihti   in   ���������'-rvtiti   i.,   V fl".  ���������".y'u .recently  ffi* ?-,r>-  ff.l.l    nt    *3n\ |i/i.  Tho experience of Motherhood is a trying one to most -women and marks distinctly an epoch In their lives. Not one  woman in x hundred is prepared or understands how to properly care for herself. Of course nearly every woman  nowadays has medical treatment at  such times, hut many approach tho  experience with an organism unfitted  for the trial of strength, and when it  is over her system has received a shock  from which it Is hard to recover. Following right upon this comes the nervous strain of caring for the child, and  a disttect chftnjj* in th* rnor,h-*r raault-.  There Is nothing moro charming than  ���������> happy and hoalthy mother of children,  and indsed child-birth under the right  conditions need bo no hazard to health or  beauty*. The unexplainab'.o thing is that,  with all the evidence of shattered nerves  and brokon health resulting from an unprepared condition, and with ample time  in which .to prepare, womoa will j^tuium  In going blindly to the trial.  Every woman at this tima should rely  upon Lydia E. Pinkham's Vogotablo Compound, a-most valuable tonic and invig-  orator of the female organism.  In many homos  one* childless thero  are now children bo-  causa of  tlift fact  i thai Lydia E. Pink  ham"* Vegatabl  Compound makes  womnn normal, <_n>>t ���������-_hw*<iu  healthy ind strong, ^^g^.  If you want speelal advtos write to  ..        m. 0   ..... .      .   .        m        m.w      \,     ,        ,     f, .        0. . ^,0*  JUJM>W **. JL HUIftklHlU xm.\f\xk\J...v x.m. \*mm~m.  dontlal) Lynn, Mann. Your letter will  it* nvwit-Mi*. n-isil and answered by a  woman nnd held In strict connaonco.  nk-  11  nl* A  kea \C  ���������1. /?  ;vExact Location,......  it doesa't always pay a lawyer to  be stern with the ���������> posing witnesses  when cross-examining,them. They  are often as clever as the attorney  and tbo following anecdote Illustrates  how one witness put one over on a  bright young lawyer.  Sir, said the h.wyer sternly, yea  need not stats your Impressions. We  want facts. Now, henceforward, answer me categorically. You say you  live nest door to the defendant?  Yes.     To tho north of him?  No.     To the south?  No.      To tUo west, then?  ���������  No.   ���������'  Ah, said, the lawyer sarcastically, at  last we are likely to get down to ono  real fact. You live to tho eaBt of  him, do you?  No?  How Is that, sir? said the astonished attorney You say you llvo next  door to him yet you live neither to  t.ho oast, west, south nor north. What  do you moan by that tlr?  I thought pcrhap.. you were lncom-  poten to form tho impression that  wo llvo ln a flat, Bald the witness;  but I boo I must inform you that ho  lives next door abovo me.  mmmmmim in.,'. ' .mmmmmmmm���������_  Twas Detter So  They woro engaged. Perhaps !������������������  repontoil; perhaps ho did It only for  fun.      Bald ho:  My darling Ethel, what would you  say it I were to toll you that I canuot  marry you.  I would nay, my dearest lovo, that  I havo a big brother who would mako  lt warm for you, and that I havo some  of tno nwoeLiHl Utile biUcla-doux that  would mako it expensive ror you,  <3oorgo doar.  But you know I haven't said It.  I kuow you haven't, my pet.  So we'd bettor got married, hadn't  wo?  I think bo, my precious.  mmmsmmmmmmtm muttmrnmimmmi i ************  Four-Eared Pig  London.���������A farmer at iiolt, , Norfolk, posscsflcn a young pig -rhich has  four porfoct tars, and although many  tempting offers havo boon mado to  him, ho refuses to part with UUb por-  clno freak.  ���������ii#<tou* ���������^���������������������������n ��������� i ii   ������������������ n lam $m  Dublin.���������Workmen engaged ln excavations undor the city hall discovered at a depth of three feot six Inchon  f������v_ liu���������4������n aliulls ar.a :v nnml***r or  bouuu which appeared to bo human  anus and lC������3.  Fate of the Tare  The portlr gentleman hailed the  passing cab. Cabby, he said, $1.50  if you drive me to the station in less  than'fifteen minutes.  In he jumped"and away went cabfcy  at a rattling rate. On rea<ohin;_ the  station he was delighted to see that  he had still three minutes to spare..  As soon as the door was opened the  fare stepped out, panting and mopping  his streaming brow.  Whatever's the matter? asked cabby.  iViii.Lt.ei;     iiicn.     uwl ������.    jxjm    oca    >/u<jlu  the bottom's dropped out of the cab  and I've had to run all the way to the  station. Phew! Then^ as he looked  about him, his purple face becoming  mauve. Cabby, he said, ��������� you've  brought me to the wrong station, and  I've lost tbe train.  Pinches  A ragged urchin trudged Into tho  shoemaker's and laid a big pair of  shoes oh the counter.  Me father wants dese shoes stretched, he said.  All right, replied the shoemaker,  where do they pinch him?  Aw, answered the youngster, dey  don't pinch him���������he pinched dem!  :��������� An epileptic dropped in a fit on or.e  ot the streets of Boston not long ago  and was taken to a hospital. Upon  removing his coat there was found  pinned to his waistcoat a slip of i.v-  per on which waB written:  Thlfl is to Infoim the house surgeon  that this :s just ai case of plain fit;  not appendicitis. My appendix has  alreaBy been removed twice.  Employer���������Yea, I advertised Tor n  strong boy. Do you think you will  suit?  Applicant���������Well, '��������� have just finished thrashing three other appllcunta  out in tho passage.  'Nelson noonV for Sals  London.--Tho     historical    Nelaon  l*"**"'!', *������'*Mi*'h j1*������''4������������i frnm Ihfi loit  quarter ot tho ulxtcenth century, ls  offorod for salo by a Hnu or nntlquo  acuici'H in lieicumu.  The World's  Confidence ia  any article intended to relievo  the sufferings of humanity is  not lightly won. There must  ho continued proof of value.  But for three generations, and  throughout tho world, enduring and growing fame and  favor   havo   been   accorded  because thoy have proved to  bo the best corrective and  preventive of disordered conditions of stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels. The first  dose gives quick relief and permanent improvement followa  tholr systematic use.   A trial  will  show wliv    m������ 'ill  l������rvrvif������������>  the* use of fieccham's   Tills  Continues  S*y ������*4������M*y'**'lia>r������.   In b������K*������, 28 v������nli.  ������������������������' *sl������ ml aay mUicis*.   N* ������������������������  tli aaiJ  il������(> U ������������������* lV������ dlrsciUai vrlth ���������vtr. k*.  "As Urt������������t sti������ ml ���������������:  a*������  MlM_ll-ll������l'lliilllM^ gharries  OUARANTSED HOME  Cellared���������Roots in earth,nodanger of winter killing  "We din hold your trade."  Established IOOO by the HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture _���������  ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  g Fer Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  mmuier  NELSON LAND DISTRICT  ti DISTRICT OF WEST KCOTBNY  AKJ3 notice that E.   T?  Opie \ of  Wsrdner.B. C  occupation mechanist,  ntenda to apply for perniissirm  to -pur-  **.cha8e the following described lands :-  Commencing at a post planted on the  east bank of Goat River 80 chains north  ef che north west corner of Sublot 13 of  L-it 4502, Gronp 1, thence east 20 chains,  theuce north 80. chaiui,  thence west SO  ��������� chaiues, more or lees to the east bank cf  H | Goat River, thence southerly along said j  east bank of   Goat  River tbe p^oint  of |  I  commencement,    containing  160 acres  more or less.  Edward T  Opie.  Wm. Arrowsmith,  Date 22 April, 1913. Agent   {. __  NELSON LAND DISTRICT  DIS L'RIOT OI? WEST KOOTENY  TA_._. notice lhut  vV. J   Williams of  ��������� Hi.s������������a, B. &. occupation g^iitlt'iiiaii, in  tends to apply  for   permission  to  pur-  chn:s the followiug described hinds :~  Comuieucing at a post planted on the  east bank of Gout Uiver wlit'ro iuter-  aectd by tha north boundary of Sublot  13 of Lot 4592, Group 1, thence east SO  chains, theuce north 8 > eh uu,-;, thdnoo  west 30 chains, more or less, to the east  bank of Goat River, thence southerly a-  tc-gsaid east bank of Goat River to tno  point of coramoacemeut, containing IQq  j acres more or lees.  William J. Williams.  Wm. Arrowsniith,  Date 2*3 April, 1918. Agent.  Use a Blue Flame, Oil Cook stove for the Hot Weather and keepjyour kitchen  cool.    It is more ecouimical than wood or coal.  We guarantee then-and give you a trial-with one and will refund your  money if yoa are not satisfied.    Call and inspect our stock.  1  General  MS3Of*W A TUT'  iirr? ��������� 4  1mmm..    C.40mmm,0X.  i-uy ior _<asn ana receive your rive percent discount at cur _-������icr���������  Graceful and Inexpensive  June Good  Dressin  There's a variety of Summer designs in this number of  Good Dressing which will please every one: and we  offer an array of dainty Summer materials which will  surely satisfy both the taste and the pocket-book. With.  Ladies9 Home Journal Patterns ard cur wealth oi ma g  terials to choose froni any woman can gratify her taste  for a variety of light, tasteful dresses at a.   modest eA.  pense to her purse.  Dressing free.  Come   early-  -get  youi  Good  Creston  DISTRICT  OP WEST KOOTENAY  TAKE notice that W, Arrowsmith of  ".Jreston, B. O.  occupation rancher, in  tend to apply for permission to purchase  ������he following described lauds :-  Gommei oiag at a post planted on tl  east bask of Goat River 320 chaius nort  from the north west corner of Sublot ,  of Lot 4592, Group 1,  thence east 2  jf {chains, theuce  north  80 chaius,them  west 20 chains more or less, to the ea*-  bsiik of Goat River, tnence southerly a  long said east bank of Goat River to tb  point of commencement, containing Id  teres.  William Arrowsmith  Date 22 April 1913.  METUOOIKT CHURCH  Beginning the  first Sunday in Mny  Junior Congregation aud Bible   _lu.->  H A. M.  Public Worship, 7 :30 P. M.  Coins and help ns to help you.  Fred L. Carpenter  Pastor  PRESBYTERIAN    CHURCH  Service   every   Sunday   at   II  a. n>  and 7:30 p. in.  Sabbath School at 2:30 p. in.  Adults Bible Class meets every Thu  day evening.  W. Cr. Bi.AK.������2  Minister  ���������We carry a full hue of shoes inclu*  ing Chippewa loggia*? shoes.-The cat-  store.  ������0b rill   fiBil_.il ifUlli-lf  Drs. K. &K. TAK_ ALL RISKS  NO NAMES OR PHOTOS USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT    ������_������i ���������  i.cRVCu3 BSSiiJTY !  Thoupands of young and middle-aged men are annually swept to a premature grave ���������  through Early Indiscretions, Excesses and Blood Diseases.   If you hare any ot tbe foi- M .'  lowing symptoms consult us before it ia to������ late.  Are ycu nervous and -weak, despoil- Eg.  dent and gloomy, specks before tbe eyes, -with dark circles under them, weak bade, m-  ���������     ���������     Vila. ri_!r.Ua������!-ir8*_'������������-,-aa7-fr._ t-.s.i-h'f-.i'!. si-rxims. e_ !n������u   saj>>rna������_ *n ������.-Jr^7 _i  kidneys irrita_i_, pBlpi'sticn of ti���������> uonrt, c*������Si���������*!ui, ciroi*���������is and losses, ssdii���������.������ss,  ----^lesoa the face, eyes sunken, hollow cheeks, careworn e: '          .            ���������,         arnines, rt  moods, weak manhood, prematura decay, bone pains, hair loose, sore throat, etc.  Jmnplc��������� ou the face, eyes sunken, hollow cheeks, careworn expression, poor  ifeless, distrustful, lack energy ond strength, tired mornings, restless nights, cl  _���������_,- , "lood, premature decay, bone **  vOU     WiLL     BE     A     WREC  w ...  mx.mm.  memory,  changeable  tFRUIT TREES:  | AND ORNAHENTALS  Coldstream Estate Nurseries  VERNON, B. C.  ���������  *  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name. We carry all tlie leading varieties most  suited to this district. Our specialty is budded stock  ou three-year-old whole roots.  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.      4  J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C. X  ���������  NELSON LAND DISTRIOT  DISTRIOT OP  WEST KOOTENAY  TAKE notice that Louis M. Young of  OrestonB.C.oconpatiou������Mnrried Woman  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lauds ;-  Commencing at a post planted on tbe  east bank of Goat River 240 chains north  of ihe north west corner of Sublot 13 of.  Lot 4592, Group 1 thence cunt 20 chains,  thonoo north 80 chaiuc,  thr-sif-v, ii-onth SO  NELSON LAND DISTRIO T  DISTRICT OF WEST KOOTENAY  CAKE notice that  Arthur Oke 11,   n  rHston B. O occupation agent intends  ��������� apply    for  permission   to  purchase  u following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted oh the  ���������astbank of Goat River 400 chains north  vestcornsr of Sublot 18 of Lot 4592,  Ironp 1, thence east 20,  chains, thence  north 80 chains, thence west 20 chains,  more or less, to the east bank of Goat  River, thenc-L southerly along said bank  of Goat River to the point of commerice-  tnont, containing 160 acres more or lesB.  C���������r New meiaod Treat���������<ent can cure you and make a man of yon.  TJrider ���������_ **_-_= S  esce tlie brain becomes active, the blood purified, bo tbat all pimples, blotches and ulcers B  disappear, the -ervtw become strong as Bteei, so that nervousness, bashfuinesa and tiea* *m  5 pondency vanish, the eye becomes bright, the face full and clear, energy returns to tbe SB  I. body and the moral, nhysical and sexual svptems are invigorated; si! drains ceass���������ss ������������  more vital waste from the system.   Don't lelb quacks and fakirs rob you oi your harts  earned dollars.   We wiU cure yoa or no par.  EVERYTHING PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL  READER: Ko matter -who has treated yon, -writs fer an honest opinion _>s������ of C-aree.  Books Free���������"The Golden Monitor"   (Illustrated)  on Secret Diseases of Men.  QUESTION LIST FOR HOME TREATMENT SENT ON REQUEST  Rs.K__flH_W&KEM-IEDY  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold St.,   Detroit, Midi.  H  All letters irom Canada xnnst he addressed  to our Canadian Correspondence Department in Windsor, Ont.   If you desire to  see us personally call at oar Medical Institute ia Detroit as we see and treat  no patients in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  Laboratory for Canadian husiaess only.   Address all letters fi* feS!  DRS. KENNEDY & SEKKEDV. m������_ee?, 0_5.  .Writs for oiir private address.  ���������_���������___���������_________���������  Arthur Okell  Wm. Arrowsmith,  Date 22 April, 1913.  Agent  Water Notice  Owing to the scarcity of water. The  Goat Mountain Waterworks Co., find ft  absolutely iieoo������aury to prohibit the nn-  obain-J, more or less, to   he east honk Of  uo jessnry uso  or waste of wnter and  Goat River,thence southuio ui-ug t-uiii  east bank of Goat River to tho point of  oommenoemont, containing 1 GO aores  more or lessr  Louio May Young,  Wm. Arrowsmith,  Date 22 April, 1919. Agont.  ������      ���������������������������      ** *s m*  wan  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  Paper  OaJaomlning, Painting, Paper-hanging Carriage and   Bign painting.  Let ma give yon advice and outimaUju on your work. J All  work guar.  ant-fid Ui give Uixt-iufiixLiOn.  ������MW__WIMWMIIII������IIMMW������4llll������IMIW������llll^^  Harry   Leonard  Q'finn r\*i   C������������-41.  m.mm.t    *r*������   K/f0.f%m'm.0l,1t't*,*<    T   **,**���������.  vrsis ���������*_*������������������������ ������������ivv i-AUfiv sav������*������sr-#-rias#-i ���������_���������*������**������������������������*������������a**-tit/*������  NELSON LAND DISTRIOT  niflTRIOT OF WKMT   KOO'I'WNAY  TAKE notion that James T. BnrgORH  of Kitchonor, B. O.  ocoupatlon ngent,  intonds to apply tor por miuuiim to pui-.  ohaoo the following lands :--  Commencing nt a post planted ou  the east hank ot Goat Rivor UiO cIiuiiih  uorth of tbo northwest corner of Sublot  18of Lot 4592, Group 1, thonoo oiiHt *>()  ohninn, thonoo north 80 chiiiim, thonco  weBt 20 chains, inoro or 1-*hh, to rbo oiihi  bank of Gout Rlvor, tbunco Houtlimly u.  loin* h������lil ������<iiht T������uiik of Goal, Itiviii- in du*  point of oommonoomout, coiitniriing loo  aorea moro or Iomm.  Jnincu ThonifiH liiugi hh,  Wm. ArrowHinilh  Dato 32 April, 101_ Agont.  hereby givo notico that tbe hoars for  sprinkling lawns or flower gardens shall  bo between 7:80 o'olook nnd 0 o'chnk in  tho ovouiiig only.  Iu no once snail tho water bo allowed  for irrigating purposos Parties will also kindly note that according to con-  tract tlioy aro supplied with water for  domoBtlo purposes ouly���������nhould thoy ro-  quire it ior lawn.", or flower gardens  application must bo mado to tho secretary of tho Company for a penult  Our coliootor has buon iiiMtiuolod Lo  ftot iu nooordauco with theno regulations  and auy parsons found guilty of tho iu-  tmotion ot theno regu ������ L n' aro liablo to  havo thoir wator enpply nbut off.  ThoHQ rcgnlatlouH to rornalu in   force  iintl  tho 21 h day of August, 191U,  J. Mallandaino,  Oroflion, B. O , Suo'y.  *0      ,1.  ii,f,i  JUItJI   Jill,   X.'lo,  Sam     ni|    asma     BSSm      B      BB_    B  H   ________   _____?   B   __m.B  ^WT     ���������  W mt    ImmWmW     b     ��������� ^_i  Qet that leaky boiler fixed  TINSniTHINQ,PLUiVlBING and PIPE FITTING  Guus, bicycles, phonographs, spray pumps, sewing  machines and cream separators promptly and efficiently repaired.  aammmmammmmmmmwgmammaaaaaaaaammamammmmmwaaaaammaam  Expert on Gasoline Engines  IJepair   Shop  behind Creston  Hardware and Furniture Store  Entrance on Victoria Avenue  Wm. B* Embree  Electric Restorer for Men  Ph-ai-������_i-tltil rusioicn-V-rynorv-i In th* body  ^,,,"I**r,*,".-__i<.* Hi |������ni|.t'r IcilImi r rxtturii  /uu mid vUiilUV.   l'fc������iulur������ ilfniy mul nil Hnmml  .  ...,!,,..,m      4l|./^rl������������,l     ������,���������    n'\.x V*1,r,llt't\1h0tm,���������1    ..III  1 nulcu yi'ii a ������<cw in.in. I'rlco !*!!a Iwix. or two (nr  ft,, MsI|������mI tnnnvnflilr������������n. **iri������������**l������oi>oni:������rwrf  tlo., Ut. Cusllutr Im������s, Out. *  Siltingnof tbo ProviuciolLabour Oom-  miHBion will bo hold os followB:-  KorniQ-Thursday, June 12th, 8 p. ni.  Michel - Snlurdry, .r*nnel4(*h. 11 p. m������  Crouton��������� Monday, Juno 10th,   8 p. ni.  Kaelo���������WcdnoHday, Juno 18th, 3 p. m.  NoIhou��������� Thui'fiday, .Tuno 10i.h,4 p. m  Tho Commission is empowered to in-  qniin into all matter- effeotiug tho oon*  dilioiiB ol labour In BrltiHh Columbia,  All porHonn iiitorouli'd arc Invilod lo at*  ond and givo nvi lonoo.  II. G Parflon,  Getting into tho Homo  Woman buy moro than  two-third* th* i-wchan-  dlae ������old In rattkU stores  and evsry woman -mads  tho Cl������self.������������d Want Ads.  Our pmpat ������o*a Into th_  liomss and tha Want  A wi *, m*III rsafih the*  Cfpcttdcro*  n. ..11.^111111.1111,  Hocrotary.  Dr. de Van's Pemale Plll������i  Ksasrallveportloiioftli-lomal*) svsiem,   U-fi������#������  nU clteap Imitations,   l>r. do Vaa'a ������.,��������������� m���������U *������-  "" t  my������0 ^^^,^,^^0^^^^  iwiiwiii'1'.iwi.iii-iwiMiiaMi^^  ii ii siisiiiiwiiiiiirfiiWiiiiiiii-iiiii-i'^W  ____  ���������______________!____���������_���������

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