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 ������  T-���������III"���������mi-iii  <-_*)  ALL THE NEWS j  of the CRESTON |  DISTRICT      I  In East and West Kootenay Lead to Creston  f ^ / -m ./*  /v  ���������mx- _.       -~_.' "Jfpr. ** '-mxr���������    - j.  ���������V?-.      ������������������������ trc-j-B���������\.mi.,x0x.m  *0n  ^^���������   ���������WllOWlL-"  i n1^  w  SENT TO ANY  ADDRESS   -OB  $2.00 A    YEAEl  ���������  No. 26, 5th Year.  CRESTON, B.C,   FRIDAY-   JULY   4. 1913,  single: Copies 5c.  Lllltt  noxious weed;  - The following letter frond the Department of Agriculture  at Victoria, is worthy of more than passing,notice by evei*3'  agriculturist in this district, The claim is sometimes made  that the department is panic-stricken over the noxious weeds  problem, but the fact remains that the only possible way lo  ensure freedom from noxious weeds is t_ persevere in the  processes looking to their extinction, always realizing that  they may invade one's own territory at any time and that by  taking steps for their eradication when they first appear one  may saye an immense amount of time and labor.  The letter speaks foi- itself and is as follows:  Y    Victoria, B. C.,27th June, 1913  To the ^Editor of Oreston Review,  Dear Sir,  I weald be obliged if yon would kindly  allow me. through the medium of your  paper^to call the attention of farmers  throughout, the Province to the nece*--  suy of conducting a vigorous campaign  against the spread of noxious weeds in  the Province. Tais constitutes a grave  ineuac3 to the development of agriculture, and it is very essential that a determined effort be made at the present  time to combat the evil before it gets too  big to handle. It is deplorable-to see in  many good agricultural districts in the  TSi'ftiri -���������-������<*   f* K**.  <nlc������������������������i-������t������*������r������   ovfoi-if      4-r%     ���������%���������*_���������>_ *���������.-������/���������������_-*  ��������� *.   J> V* ������   IUVjO     kJJt-ft V    %mm^mm ui ������j>*q     v **.*f%sm* ������ .     ������V *��������� W 4AtVtt  the Canadian Thistle has spread This  is one ofthe very worst weeds in existence, and probably the; hardest to coh-  troL ���������.���������'���������' '_  The following course of treatirent  which should be pursued for the eradication of Canadian Thistle is-'" recommended "by the Seed Commissioner's  Branch of the Federal Department of  Agriculture;. ���������'-. ?.. ?._.   Y?  "ti'-'ti'X.'ix*i-\Ti.r\-*r: ���������',.,..., r������������,.j'ti ti/titi ���������:^ti.,tii:titiTjtiLiti^.^ti"!*:  lxL^.n ������.1? j...,������������������ -���������...K.oiti^:... a.������������������������ v>.__prluuteu  perennial, Canada -Thistle should be  plowed deep in summer just us the  flowers open or the   flowering stems  may he mowed down-.and the land  plowed as soon as the*new growth appears. As new stems are thrown up  they nn nst be cut off with a broad-  sheared cultivator, at intervals during  the summer and autumn. Deep plowing in the .autumn'has. been found useful in suppressing thistle in Manitoba.  The chief safeguard against Canada  thistle and pi mil ar deep-rooted "perennials, is undoubtedly a regular short  rotation of crops with thorough cultivation. A three year rotation including two cuttings of early red clover  for the first yeai", followed by deep fall  plowing for hoed crops with clean- cul-.  tivation and s. cereal crop for the tliire!  will suppress it.  For permanent pastures aiid wild  lands where this course of treatment  is not feasible, a plan which is followed  by many with .gfeat success is to keep  the plants cut off at the crown and  never allow them to flower. This  course, if pm-sued faithfnlly will in a  few years' time destroy this pest.  ���������;*.* *; Thanking you in anticipation  Xyt: VOUl YCOUrteSy- in iuSerfcinjg; this  letter, Yours very truly,  WM. E. SCOTT,  Deputy Minister  0REST0f.S0H00LI.EW5  Miss Bertha M. "Webster, who has  been principal of the Superior school,  leaves shortly for her home near  Charlottetown, P. E. I., where she  will spend hor vacation with friends  ax.il relatives.  The High School exams, will be held  **>&3re8ton commencing Monday, July  7th. Thero are 12 candidates, 8 of  whom are trying for a third class nonprofessional certificate.  Al iss Orcelman, wo understand, is  staying on. Sho propose** to upend  pnxt of her vacation with frionds in  Grand Forks and Kitchener.  Sir Charles Tupper  Canada's G.0, M,  H91    o    4~r*m  *\       C\, fl   S v>        BBS  O. C. S., SIGNAFIES CRANBROOK  CO-OPERATIVE STORES.  J. W. Bennett, of Fernie was a visitor iu town Monday.  * How about soft water for washing?  GeiEavestroughiug put up by Embree  Mrg, .Lyons, of. Port-Hill, was ������i visitor in town "Wednesday.  Mr. Bradley-,-of the Fruit Grower's  Union, made a flying trip to Nelson  Wednesday, returning Thursday.  ���������The C. C. S. of Cranbrook is selling  Iron Beds with mattress and spring for  $11  Jim King, of the Salmo school, is in  town spenbing a week of his vacation'  and renewing old acquaintances,  ���������New stock of Wall paper at Harry  Leonard's shoo. Sirdar avenue.  That hail storm ofWednesday afternoon .was the occasion of. much surprise to many people iu and around  Creston.  i OF PYTHIAS  ELECT OFFICERS  # M. Shane, Eye-sight Specialist and  <spe.rt optician, wid be at the Creston  Hotel Thursday aud Friday, the 10th  nivdlllr_of'July? offeriu'g; yoa his--pi'*"*-  fessional services.  _is. x���������������i ���������iuvton aim taunly, oi -ran-  brook, paid Creston friends a visit Tuesday and incidentally viewed our town  from the perspective of a jaunt in Dick  Be vans Ford.  '���������F or y.0 ur Sprang paintinguse Bapco  pure paint. For sale in all'colors at  Speers.  P. E. Wilson, of Cranbrook was a  passenger on Wednesdays Eastbound  train, returning   home from a trip to  Nelson.  Principal L. J. Cranston, of Cranbrook will preside at the.High school examinations to be held here coinmenciiig  Srlcmday July 7.  ���������FOR SALE���������Twenty acres of first  class fruit land. New four room cottage on place, all slashed and burned, %  acres stumped, water right for both  domestic and irrigation purpose?: A  .bargain..   Enquire at this office.  H. S. McCreath brought us agsample  of Apiples grown on Jas. Coinpton's  ���������mnch and wintered in Mac's cellar.  vThey were,in splendid condition and  were greatly appreciated hy the new  editor, also the new devil.  r  art t  Supply Train For July  4th���������C. P. R. to the  -Y FOR SALE- one set of double harness, (humane collars,) 150rods, 9 stand  patent wire fencing, 454, 8 foot cedar  (prairie) posts, house logs peeled, 28x80  aud 30x21 foot logs? ^and 50 lbs. mammoth clover seed. E..-L; T. Taylor, Cres-  7*?>nJJ3ar?CY    -   "?������������������'���������- " ' V  3^*">^ ���������&:������������������*-���������-,.." - .���������������������������-,   ���������-"��������� y  Dick Bevan finally decided to take  the C. P. Ii. route to the big celebra-  ticsi at Bonner's Ferry, Mr  joined him today.  Al. tho regular mooting i>r K. of P.  Lodge hold Monday, Juno Kith, the  following oiTloors won? oloctod:.  K. O. Gibbs, C. 11.  .11. W. Tnokoi', V. C.  (Ion, liniiloriok, IC. nf R, and N.  Thos. TlitrrfH, M. of W.  W. (���������{. Illuko, J\l. or |.\  Jno.  Iloyd, M. of l<].\.  1>. \V. Hi-oM*. M. A.  I-i. A. S|iooih, I. G.  It. M. Itoiil, O. (1.  Tlio following woro ji|i|ioinloil oh it  t'.ouiinil (to Iriiiiuiil Uio booki-:  U. 1(. lloiitU'i'soii, S. A. Spoor.s and  K C. Gibb.M.  Tlio iiisUllatloii or ofilnTH Will litkt"  jiliwn mi Moiitlny (ho Mill July, whon  al! nii-iiiluriM jut t'^p'.'cinlly roijuoiitod  to !n> tm I.Mini ot H p.m. ishaip.  IY (I. (ilUUS   <i   (1  The Nelson Daily News pays the following tribute editorially to Sir Charles  Tupper, who on Wednesday celebrated  his ninety-second birthday.  "Sir Charles Tupper, who may well  bo called Canada's  Grand Old  Man, is  today 92 years of ago. To him at his  home in tbe OldCouutry the best wishes  of Canadians,   irrespective of  politics,  will go. While iu public life Sir Charles  was a bard fighter,   and perhaps made  his share of enemies, but tlio value   of  his work for   Canada  hus never   boen  questioned. It was his courigo and his  energy whioh brought Novia Scotia in-  *o Confederation,  following whioh his  great abilities, and thoir groatiiopsis admitted by all, were freely given in shaping tho destinies of tho new Dominion  Whllo tho   history of Cimada cannot  bo writton  without tributo being paid  to tho pubiioserviooH of Sir Charles Tapper, hiH namo npeoially deserves   to be  for nil tuna ncisociiitod with tlio development of thu west,   for   it  wuh largely  through his efforts that tho  Canadian  Rnoillo railway  wiih ooimtruotocl ncrosH  tho Dominion. llin was  tho pioflcisnoo  whioh saw tlio groiitnes.8 of this *w'->i*torii  oonulvy.   Ho  fnrtmw   thf-   rinvolnpniont  whioh would follow tho coiiHtruotlon ot  tho Canadian Paoiflo, and ho urged the  ii������ij.(irtii!H)i" of tho worlc upon hinoollon-  gnon in onbiuot ooiinoiliuid in piu'limont.  After an aoiivo llfo,   ovor halt a oan-  lory of which wan Hpontin liisonnntry'H  Horvico,  Sir CharloH rooontly lott   the  i bind of birth, to whioh ho bid a lust faro-  woll, inloiitling  to  Hpontl liirf tlooliniiig  iln.VH im tbo linul of   IiIh  inidOHtoiH. That  bin loinaiiiing dayH may lio hupny nud  ticiiiloiitod, 11 fitting eliding for a  lifo of  u ofuliH'Hfi and icrvioo  to  hid  country  mill his liinpli-o Hhoultl bo, nud   in,   tho  Winn of ovcry lino Citnndliui."  Mr. R. Axon has arrived from the  coast and will take charge of the services of the Ohnrch of England during  the summer months. The church and  congreeation are greatly pleased with  the arrangement and will give hiin a  hearty welcome. The services will bo  as follows; Matins. 11:00 a.m,^Sabbath  School, 3:00 p.m.; Evensong 7:30 p.m,  A hearty welcome is extended to all to  attend the services.  ���������We can supply you with MeKon-  7,01s selected seeds at Calgary prices  S.A . Spoors.  AROHAEOLOObOAL  Although it was extensively advertised that a special  train had been arranged for, and although Bonners-Ferry  people weie hoping and planning on a big addition to their  numbers from Creston and intermediate points, the Great  Northern Railway Company have anuounced that it was not  possible,to.supply-a special train for that date. The only  explanation is that owing to the fact that owing of a great  national holiday the equipment would be needed in other  places more productive of shekels for the company's coffers  than Creston and vicinity.  We are happy to say no blame attaches to the Bonner's  Ferry folk, vho will" be as..much disappointed as we are.  Some of our people, however, propose .io go by tbe C.  P. R. and others had planned to go by auto, but had to abandon the latter plan on account of the heavy roads.  In view of the fact that a committee had wired, for and  procured pennants and buttons for the occasion, the disappointment is verykeen, but we expect to go to the aid of the  Ferry people when they hold their fair this^fall, and then we  cah"^gin them in boosting fdr our Glorious^Kootenay Valley.  A shack to rent apply J.Cook.  s.  Sevan  *.    small house to rent on Viotoria Ave  apply J. Cook.  -House to Let.-Apply to A. N. Coul-  ing, 4th Stree, Creston.  M. F. Eby, of Arrow Creek, was in  town Wednesday and brought the  editor a box of strawberries he grow  on his own ranch, they are the first  grown on Arrow Creek and certainly  are beauties.   Ask Walmsley.  -  Scnrl for onr prices ou.furniture, we  pay the freight.   O. C. S.  J. H. Schofield, M. P. P. was greeting his Creston friends and constituents Thursday.  ���������Beforo taking that outing trip call  aud see our fishing   hats at the Cash  Store.  1).   \v".   t'u'mu'N,   i'lciiiiii'iit,  (lily Lumber Co,, loft for Nelson on   a  liilMiiio.,--t'I vip Tnei Iiiy.  V"!l.i:u*d   Litla  Jolisi:;tin,  ;l.ui,J.U..���������  ot (Jooigo Johnson,  manager for  P.  1 iiiiyon 1 j',,,.,,7  l,������cal  branch,  uro upending a  wook ill Ciniibronl- visiting frloiitls.  ���������-j-;-. ti>::  \'x.-*-.u  1-emaBC  |-������ill������  ti. u:i ,uui i'lciltli it ijuialtii ; nuvir liillll, 'I'lirio  ������1ill:t in'" (:X(.i;i:illii|;ly' piwcilul In rt Itliliitlilif tin)  imiii-rnllvii liml Ion til tlio l<*iioil������i tiviffm. Hrtn*������i������  nil client* liiillutliiim. l������r. <lo Vnn'-i lira nolil nt  ���������Nn lii.y, or thri*������ lnrflO. Mailed to nny ruhlrens.  I'll* MoabeU Wrutt Co.. ut, Catlutrlno*, Out.  f.vport i>|)ii;*.i 111, will Iinni Ilm (*r������ Hton  Hotol Thnibiluy and Fiuluy, tho IO1I1  and llth nt July, otiorkng you bid piu-  foHtiioual UOVVlOOH.  It. WalniHloy and Guy Lowonbiirg  nro w������'11 known cili'/oiiN of Orosion, in  ffiol thoy nro both ropntod to bo, and  are boostorn for mil' vory oiitorpriHing  ooniiintiiity, rui-Uioi-iiioio thoy each  have a very enviable reputation for  voracity nud honor, and ho.jldi*.i all  this wo wouldn't, doubt llioir word,  ovon when tlioy olt'oroil to prodnoo the  proolVi, Woll, thoy are HponHors for  tho l-oport ol' .a find near Cre.slon of  what roally aro Hpocimi-iiN of interesting ni'ohiieologienl value.  While   nil    .1     il.-.jl     i-i '.colly     |i>   (be  homo of Dan 1'jiigli-ili, who cull ivales  pari, of lot 21(1, Corn CY00U, they saw  with I boil-own oyen autl haiidled with  thoir own limuls, throo axes  mndo of  Miotic; evidently at ono  time   lhe   |ito-  poify  of  tlie  uciginal   pn, unilo  < of  tho'fh'sl. iiiliiibltniit.M of 11.is eo nt y.  Tho onliumy iliol, m'itow lie nl is mi''-  ge>!i\e    of   Ulii ii|uiiy,    i ill I     l.hin     l.l'd'l  find ���������-sloiio tixos lia.rk'1 linoU to a  period in tho woi-M'h history so remote  that "*' havoii'i th ��������� temoiily even to  nsk fo the proof tl.ey are so willing In  lundtteo.  t im 11 i'l ecu as a .suinirti ol lICMl on in  Hiirely on tho map for nil tlmo.  Guy Lowonbiirg leaven today for a  week-end visit to Balfour, thoro to indulge in tho gentle pastime that has  made tho namo of Isaac Walton famous*.  Forty yeni*8 in use, 20 years tho Btan-  third, proscribed and recommended by  physicians. For WomniiR nilnioutfl, Dr.  Mar to i'b Pillfi, ut your druggist.  D. 13. Pawley and D. Gilroy, of Nel  son, passed through on Thursday's  Westbound train returning from Calgary whither they had gone, each to  take unto himself a wife; The ladies  came all the way from Michigan.  "Westward tho star of empire holds  its way." We extend congratulations  and ho*t. wishou.  Cliarlio Morris of the Hudson's Hay  stall!, Nolson, was a visitor between  trains 011 Dominion Day nnd was  shown about, our fair city by Miss  Wills and Miss Middleton, who themselves are visitors in Creston.  has been procured from the Canadian  Pacific railway this being less than the  ordinary Bingle faie. With the addition  oi'this lodge to Nelson and Creston an  unbound success is assured. All preparations are under way to make this one of  the most glorious dayeCrestou ever had,  and all Oresfconites should join and help  make it a success in every way.  THE FAMILY DISGRACE. ~*\  W  O. J. Wigon, of Wynndel, was a  bnsiiiOHH culler in town Wednesday.  Mi'. Wigon says tho strawberries arc  doing lino in spite of advorso weather  conditions. Ho is ono of flic busioHt  men in the valley just now and took  tho afternoon train homo again..  25 per cent discount on all wall papor  Comploto now lino. IT. Loon ard, Sirdir  nvoiiuo.  W. II. Crawford was ono of thoso  ���������.vho IwMnw'l.-y'l tiw. <���������<;������������������ hi for Noloon r>n  Thursday.  any party or portion dORiringspace for  bootliH at thoPaik grounds for July ldtb  should apply to (loo. Ihotloriek, onnlo-  iin-- five dollars with   Iho upplimtii 11.  ��������� flolHtoin Hull, Sir ������lon Portortjo  Kovndyolio, No, 10705, will bo at. Bonny  Hi���������ool(. ranch, Canyon City, during uoa-  iiou 101 It. Sorvico foo$5caHh.D. J. Lyon.  HENEVBR 1 como wher������ tho ol*  folks ls,  "Jea*  look at your ha-dBl" say*  ma,  An' Sis says "My I" though it's nonft ol  her biz,  "An' look at bla neck!" says pa.  "An' look at tho mud on tils stocking*-  too, 1  An' look at his alrty facet  It Isn't a wook since bis shoes wero newt"\  Mi, It'o awtul toueli whon you know Uuatj  you j  Are tho family'ti ona uia_ru.ci_i j  "Jos' look how tbo seat oC his pomts <���������  worn I 1  Did ovor you soo such halr7 '  An' that Is bis very, best blouso that's  torn. ;���������  An' bis coat's got anothor tear.  Ho mlRht bo a ragplcltor's boy," says ma  "Tlio alloy's about tits placo."  "Ho ought to bo Bpankoct���������that's ���������whatl"  says pa.  Oh, It's awful tough whon you know you  aro  Tour family's ono dlncracel  "Now, what has Ho got in his pockets,  pray?  An' whoro docs ho Bot suoh things?  An' why docs ho bulgo out his clottios  that way  With marbles nn', tops an' strings?  Don't you daro to sit down till you'v*  boon upstairs  An' sorubbod both vour hands an' faeotj  My goodnossl    Don't handlo thoso por*  tlorcsl" I  Ob, nobody lovos an" nobody oaros       , ������������������  For tho family's ono dlsgracol ^  ���������Edgar A. Quest ln Dotrolt Froo Tvcax  l'OU HALIO-.ThobouiHilul boniowilb  its iiingiiitloont, (lowoi'H, woll   n]i|iointod  1  ,..,,1 ������i.  , 1.,..,���������-,1., v.  \  ...llll     ..J     lllv        1,1V.    1    .        ��������� 4.1 J lllllll,        JK      Jill  sale or will rout,   lo a desintblo  loiiant.  At u inooliiig ot ..tho Liyal Uruiigo  Lodge, No. 1S71, of Cmnbrriok, last wook  thoy decldod to ulso oolobrato July 12th  with tho NoIhoii aiidCroHton L'ltlgoH at  Crouton on July 12. Tho members and  1'iiouiln of tho lodge will lioVel to Ci'Ori-  ton bv a Hpceinl four ooneh iius-,ohk.ii  train, leaving Oranbrook al K A.M.,  anil will rilop for pat-..si'iig.i'1'ri at all inlor-  iiii'.dialo points   A ivdiiceil fui" of ;S*2 1ti  Wwf t\ tmX ... tm tt *, /s f. It- m. .. m m. X fm X. W1C 0S .m  mmtmrnmrnm*.*  *<*m      X X imxx %.\0* %^M        ������ ���������* X      Xlm.rn.mx  PllOt-hoil-l restorcit ovcry iinrvij In tlie lioily  !..."",>i.������������������,������������������",'"_, lo Ua proper ICMiifiHi | risiloo**  vlin hiii! vllulltv.  1'ruiiuitiiro di-niv nnd nil nrxunl  O'r..'.'il-:to!-i:i   r.i'crt'N!  :;���������  ���������,::���������.-;.     IT'lvuHi.iliii'H'il   ulll  Willlna t(> Bo Imposed Upon.  Ho bud youth and much faith and  Inexperience, but bis good father took  him into his ofllco lo lultlato hlni 'jito  tho ms'storlofl of business.  The p.ocond dny bo war* at work n  inan camo ln iiBklng for financial aid,  with ft pathetic story about a. nick wlfo  at homo and six helplessly small cbll  dron without a crust ln tbo bouso.  Tlio boy llstoned onrncstly And thon  wont Into his dnd's ofllco to Intorcedo  for tbo uiifortiinfito man. Ilo told tho  axil story acrloupiy. Tho fnthor lonnodl  forward and peered Into tho outor of*  (|w> <it thi vnjjrnnf  "My aon, credulity Is ono of thwso  good thluga that die yoirrng, nnd !t l-  Hiicli Impostors us that man who lnnko  it. no." ho siiltl Impatlontly. "Why,  when that mnn wiih horo last wook ho  I llllll    OII4HL    ClUIUt-U,    UC-UlUIUtt    u   uu*  ami. juruior purtiuularii  omjiiiri- irom j nlllkcyoM ��������� nowinati. 'T'rlcaiiUbo"**. or two for   ol,��������� H4������������������  IB.   Mailed to nny n.ldr.e-it.   VUoHooboU Wruft   City ttiar,  T. M. KdmondHon, Oiowtou B. C.  ���������UOmHU *Ut������Unr������irlu#������, Oaf*  "lint, father, don't you soo/' roplloA  tho  son   tragically,   "tho   othor  twft  probably died ot ctarvatlon."���������Kansas  ���������*_v.    U  "*^*'tfOnBB38BB������  ijwW^'WMliiMiiwWMiilWas  (rriTrraas-ri7.i ^-T^i; .iriTiiTii-'^ii ���������aa  THE REVIEW, CHESTOlSr, B, C.  By Arthur Applm  Wurd, Lock fi, Co., UmttetJ  i-ond-jn, FVielbeupn* & Tefente*  JI  <Co_>-__--|  Iris de Fontaigne possessed them.  She alone of all women ho had met:.  And he had. met many; young and old,  maiden and widow iLad drifted past his  life through the door of his office.  They bad come offering old lamps for  new; some on their knees had implored his help���������the gold he had hoarded  ���������in exchange for which they had been  willing to offer home, happiness, love,  honor, agreeing even to barter life in  exchange. Always be the seller, the  world of men and women buyers.  Now he would find himself the suppliant. He now, might bend his  knee. He, for the first time In his  life, the beggar.  He lifted himself up, standing erect  proudly. He was a Jew, a man with  no home, no abiding place, a wanderer  on the face of the earth. Hated,  feared. Yet his people had bought  the world and the fulness thereof. He  was wise with the wisdom of the ancients, and he knew he had found  something all his gold could not buy.  There was something more precious  than gold. To obtain It, he would  give up his wealth and again go down  Into the gutters, rags upon his backs.  He picked up the newspaper again  and looked at it. Jimmy Francks  had won the day. Kis lips curled  contemptuously. A few hours ago he  knew no rival save Memory. But  now irrs.iiclcs wss free s^sln���������unless  he had purchased freedom with a human life.  The clock struck the hour. Half-  past twelve. Breaking all former traditions, Aaron Roberts put on his hat  and went out to lunch. Faber watched him go, dumb with amazement.  He entered his* private room and tried  the safe. Tt wa3 locked, aad "Faber  knew that lt contained a secret more  precious than any "held by the countless hoard of ghosts which haunted  the moneylenders omces.  On his way to the restaurant, Roberts boiteht a copy of every penny paper published. Directly he had ordered his humble repast, he started  to read them thoughtfully and carefully one by one.  Presently he became conscious that  a stranger had seated himself at his  fable, a young:, clean-shaven man wiih  pale blue eyes and fresh complexion.  Without ouite knowing what promoted the action, Aaron Roberts Quickly  folded uo his newspapers and hid them  away from sight.  with any man.  Will you take a eup of tea, sir, beforo you get up?  No Scribner growled. I'm ready for  my bath at once.  He hesitated a moment and watched  the man collecting his clothes. As a  rule he treated his servant decently,  but with certain contemptuous Indifference. Now he felt the necessity  for some explanation.  An infernal taxi-cab, he mumbled  vaguely, it might have killed me. I'm  expecting a man here about halt past  ten from Scotland Yard. If anybody else calls, I'm out.  Very good, sir.  An Ironical grin crossed Scribner's  face. He had been 'not-at-home' for  a good many weeks, and he began to  wonder how his servant had so successfully kept the door closed against  the ever-increasing company of duns,  so/ieiiors' clerks, debt collectors and  tradesmen who beseiged it from hour  to hour.  He rose languidly and looked at his  reflection in the mirror. Not a pretty sight. A trifle really���������-a black  eye, but to Scribner it seemed the  last straw. For some time tola appearance had been his only asset, and  now that was*gone.  He knew, when he opened the morning newspaper, that he would find tbe  announcement of his engagement to  Iris de Fontaigne contradicted���������the  gates of Scrivener Towers would be  closed against him���������and a shriek of  joy woia d go up from the secretary  of the Home ior "Lost Cats and certain other English charities which his  aunt favored.  He commenced automatically *to  lather his face preparatory to shaving  and then realise- the hopelessness of  tbe task. But for a moment he fingered the razor thoughtfully.  One answer to the riddle cf existence. The only way out of his difficulties now.  And the words of the Jew echoed  again in his ������������������ when he had warned him that he w__'4 eventually join  the great army of wastrels on the Embankment, and he _e_gia_ hie food  from the street coiner coffee stalls.  He pat the razor hack into Its case  aad closed it TSith a snap.    Before he  actly popular; nevertheless,   r__   j_  neat demand at the present moment,  ut Tea infernalUy harl ap, Mr. Heriot.   ' y-.;-r,.ti >..:'.; :fti,..y  I suppose It's necessary you should  follow the feehloa, _ie defective  smiled-  Scribner offered him a cigar, but the  Setectlve shook his head.  Kow, then, %iftt about.this little  affair of last night; aro you -till anxious to make a Police Court or a  County Court affair of iti  Scribner rolled the cigar between,  his lips.     1 want your advice.  I'm not a lawyer, Mr. Scribner.  You know the name of the riiah ^ho  assaulted me? He looked straight Into  the detective's eyes, but Heriot- expression was untranslatable. I Know  nothing. There was just the slightest emphasis on the second word.  Scribner rose trom his seat and  stood with his back to the fireplace;  he flung the end of his cigar into the  grate. It was Jimmy Francks, the  man who last night murdered���������  (To be Continued)  Dining With Traitors  Lord Charles Beresfford's outburst  against 'dining with traitors' recalls  the vehement political hatred of the  past, says the London Chronicle.  Coke of Norfolk used to tell how his  grandfather instructed him. -low.  Tom, as long as ycu live, never trust  a Tory, and would add, 'And I never  have and never will. In more recent times the old Duke ot Marlborough was muoh perturbed because  Lord Randolph Churchill sometimes  entertained Sir William Harcourt and  Mr. Chamberlain. He could not understand, he eald, how his son conld  cultivate social relaiiotis with persons  of such pernicious opinions, and was  quite sure that House of Ccmmons  traditions had greatly changed since  he succeeded.  DISSS���������My wife Is a wonderful vocalist. Why, I have known her to  hold her audience for hours���������  Biggs-���������Get out!  Diggs���������After which she would lay  it in the cradle and rock It to sleep.  Too Bad  Th������ other night, as the last train  was about to go out, an old farmer  rushed into ah already over-crowded  compartment ? it bo happened that  an occupant���������a dandified young man  -���������waB one of his customers. By way  of pleasantry the young man inquired  what he had got In a Bmall box under  his arm.  Oh, said the farmer, a box of chalk.  I see, the young man replied, glancing with an air of wisdom at his fellow passengers, chalk for tho milk,  eh?  Not exactly, drawled the farmer  slowly, hut I've done so much chalking up for milk at your house that I  have had to buy another box!  Housewife���������Norah, how long did  you boll these eggs?  Norah���������Six minutes, mum, by the  kitchen clock.  Housewife���������Don't you remember I  told you not more than four minutes  and they aro as hard as rocks.  Norah���������Yis, mum. hut the clock Is  two minutes slow, and sure, I had to  make  allowance  for that.  cxpiaine-  There was one young man, said the  Chaplain thoughtfully, who _e_med to  regard my opening prayer with the  deepest attention. He showed a degree of nervouB impatience that was  almost painful, and when I concluded  -r-I made the petition; a little longer  on his account���������Ir am po sitlve his  overwrought feeling were relieved by  a sigh-that was almost startling. X  looked for him afterward, but ha had  gone. A young man with light hair  and eyeB and an obtuse nose-^-do you  know him?  Suro I do, replied the doortender.  He was waiting for the copy of your  stuff for one of the afternoon papers  ���������and he had to got over in time for  the noon edition. -  Relieves Asthma at Once. If you  could reiad th thousands of unsolicited letters received , 1/ the makers  from grateful users you; too, would  realize the remarkable curing powers  of Dr. v. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy. All eases, incipient and chronic, are benefited by this gr*at family  remedy, and many of them are cured.  Why suffer or experiment with worthless preparations when the genuine  Kellogg's can be purchased everywhere.  Sample '. ������a if ycu write The National  Drug and Chemical Co., of Canada,  Limited,  Toronto.  Johnson���������Bilklns is an awful- bounder.  Jackson���������Naturally; he made his  money in rubber.  CHAPTER XIX  When the Honorable Fred Scribner's  servant called him the morning following his meeting with Jimmy Francks,  that well-trained domestic so far forgot himself as to utter an, exclamation  of surprise when he saw his master's  swollen and bandaged face.  And for once Scribner's good brepd-  Ing failed him. What the devil are  you staring at?  The sunlight poured Into the room,  fell across the bed, aud its warm brilliance served to accentuate the pallor  and pastiness of the Honorable Fred's  countenance.  He looked what he felt���������a wreck;  a dissipated roue.  I beg your pardon, sir, the man  stammered. You met with an accident last night. I hope you're not  hurt.  IrisUncUvely, Scribner put his hand  up to his eye, his pride waa hurt as  well as his body. He wondered what  ho looked like. Ho glanced quickly  at, his servant. Perhaps the man  thought he had drunk more than he  could carry���������like a gentleman. It  was Scribner's boast that ho had nevor boon drunk���������lu tho accepted sense  of the word.     Ho could tako his wine  WHY ENDURE  PIMPLES  CUTICURA  and Ointment  Soap  Do so much for pimples*  blackheads, red, rough  hands, and dry, thin nnd  went out be would be revenged on  those who had__helped kick him into  the gutter. tie should not be the  onlv person to pay, Scribner swore  softly. Aaron Roberts and Jimmy  Francks, and even Iris should each  bear their share.  He bathed and dressed -with difficulty, and then played with a little  breakfast. But he had ho appetite  for food, perhaps that was lucky;  starvation was an accomplishment he  would bave to learn. Ke threw himself into an armchair, and lighting a  large cigar, opened the Morning Post.  As yet he had not found it necessary  to deny himself one of the luxuries  which, to rich men, are necessities.  His whiskies, cigars and cigarettes  and his man-servant, they had all been  and could still be, obtained on credit,  and he had not the faintest intention  of giving them up until he gave up���������  life.  He contented himself with reading  the racing news, wondered with a  saving sense of humor If he could find  a horse which would win at unusually long odds, and so put off for a  while the evil day. He owed all  his bookmakers monev. but doubtlesB  one of them could be persuaded to  accept another bet.  His aunt and Scrivener Towers still  bad their uses.  He picked out the American horse  called 'Delirium,' the name amused  him, and lt seemed suitable somehow,  and ringing up Westbrooke, one of the  best natured bookmakers he knew, be  managed to persuade him to Invest a  'pony' each way for him.  Then he turned to the news of the  day, and aa a couple of headlines in  in bold, black typo caught his eye, lie  uttered a smothered exclamation.  His servant was clearing away the  breakfast things. Terrlblo affair  at the Savoy Hotel, Blr, the man said  obsequiously. Happening to a gentleman like Mr. Francks too, nnd him  not married a year. It's a most mysterious affair.  Scribner scarcely heard the man.  Ho was eagerly devouring the account  ���������a well-written and guarded ono.  "Extraordinary Affair.    Strange  Mys-  take.   Wrapped In Mystery      Deepest Sympathy  Presently ho slowly f- ded up the  paper ami put lt on the tahe by his  side. ills cigar had gono out. He  re-llt It, his lingers trembling slightly.  As you say, BatcB, a most. myRtor-  loufi affair, ho eald ln a steady voice.  It looks rather bad for Mr. Francks,  don't, yon think?  The man cleared bin throat a little  awkwardly. Well, Blr, It's queer, of  course, hb I snld to Ph< lips this morning, It'fl uncommon queer. They do  pny lt. wns ono of thom mnrrlagcn of  convenience. Rut .    there,      Mr.  FrancliH was one of tho richest and  ploaBanloBi, men wo have.  One of the rlchoRt anil plea Ban tout.  men wo hnvo! Scribner repealed the  fiorvant'H worde, then laughed.  The front door boll rang nnd Mr.  Heriot wan shown Into tho room. I  won't Keep you long, ho auld plcnannt-  ly, you Hcotn to bo a very buny man,  Mr." Hcrlbner. Thcr-'u qul.to u crowd  or people waiting to hoc you oulnido.  Horllnior nhriiggcd libi Hhouldorfl and  bullion ik-rlol Up Ami down; ho Imd  HoniT.oly noticed IiIh iippo'tranco tho  rrolot", bn*   now  ho I noli   In  Bessie���������Mamma has    gone  town, to buy some watered silk. What  do they use watered ellk for, anyway?  Bobby���������Dunno, but I guess they  make hathLig suits out ot it.  The African Methodist Episcopal  congregation was jubilating over-ihe  euccess of an outdoor festival. Gradually the jubilee toned down to a solemn debate as to the use to be made  ot the profits. When the general  opinion seemed to be setting in favor  of the purchase of a chandelier for  the meeting house, Marse Ringer, the  town roustabout, who Lad been greatly,  exalted by the jubilation, for the first  time in his life spoke in meeting.  See heah, Mistah Pahson, said he,  Ise agreeable, sab, Ise entirely agreeable wid the rest of de mei-bahs, sah;  but Ah wouid jes' like to :.x ono question, sah, jes' one. Ef we does git dis  chandellab, sah, if we does get It,  who am a gwine to play on it? Dat  ls what ah like to know?  Frost���������Some people are always borrowing  trouble.  Snow���������Probably  no   one   will  lend  cowa-  them anything else.  A politician gave his cousin, fresh  from the  'ould Bod, a Job as smoke  iUS^ieCLOJ   . 41C       ������^'^4,l.���������     4A���������t.    4UOH UV.1VU    4*0  to his duties, but told to go out and  inspect.  At the end of his first month he  'made this report:  This" 1 j to* certify that I have inspected the smoke of this city for the  past thirty days. I have to report  tbat I have found plenty of smoke and  that the smoke is of a good quality.  H erDIploma "���������**.  .j.   She says she went abroad to. finish  Tner education? I wonder if she learned much?  She told me that she had six new  WHEN BABY CRIES  When the baby cries continually do  not put it down for pure ugliness���������  that Ib not the baby's nature-^-it is to  he happy and laughing. Every baby  should cry on an average of fifteen or  twenty, minutes a dey���������that Is how he  strengthens his lungs. But mothers  If your baby gives sharp piercing cries  or low sobbing wails, he is in pain and  needs attention. Nothing'will relieve  the little* one so quickly as Baby's  Own Tablets. They regulate the  stomach and bowels, expel worms,  break up colds, and will make baby  healthy and happy. The Tablets are  sold by medicine dealers or by mail  at 25 cents a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.   Brockville, Ont.  Looking Ahead  L4ttle Nora (aged .eight, to Edith,  aged ten)���������What! A hlg girl like you  playing with a Teddy Bear?  Edith���������Yos, haven't you got one?  Nora���������Mine is locked up In the cupboard, where lt shall atop until X am  married, when I may bring It out for  my children to -.lay with.  Edith���������What if you don't have any  children?  Nora���������Well, then, in that case it  will do for my grandchildren.  Minard's  Liniment  Friend  Ajpaper engaged a reporter to travel and send by wire all important  news. The reporter was a novice,  and Bent the following important  news to his paper���������  A judge is down shooting here.  The editor telegraphed back���������  Let yourself tolilm for a target.  ^-K-AM^E1^  WATERPROOF COLLARS AND  CUFFS  Something  better, than  linen,   and no  laundry bills.      "W-sh   with    Soap   and  Water.     All ettores, or direct. State style  and size.      For 2Bc.  we will mall you.  THE   ALDINGTON   CO.   OF   CANADA,  Limited  : B8 Fraser Avenue, Toronto, Ontario  REST ������ND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND 8HiiB.  M*B.W_������a_ow'a SooTHiN- svrup hi- beea  twod for over rBiJ-TY TSARS by MI^tiONS of  ���������MOTHSRa for tfcelr CH1WJ-EN '"WH-UK <-  TEETHING, with -'SRFBCT STJCCBSS. It  ���������OOTHBS tie CHIfcB, SOIfTBNS the.GUMS,  AIAAYSallPAIN; CURBS WIND-COWC' esfl  tta the b���������.t remedy for DIA-KHCEA. It is aV .  ���������aolutely hart-leu.. Be sure and,aslc.for "Mrs.  Winslo-cv'o Soot-ins Syrup," and take sootbef  Wnd.  Twe-tv-fivecentsa bottle. ������������������ _  When bayln;  _rr_i__B  .-.-__-_! , I _    ���������       - L  Piano in* I  -1st on having an |  Piano Action,. ?   I  hit;  .Boo* *re_. A ain>t������!������  Bom* treatment removed  1���������Bjah������m thia lady'a breast  _._���������_������ ...  <r������I������tl*������=enro&.'"S)eaeri_������  {war trouble ��������� wa will -end book and teatimoaiala.  THE CANADA CANCER INSTITUTE. Uana  ���������   SO CHU-CHU.I. AVK.. TORONTO   ���������  Pot���������I was at a rrwrty last night?  a conjurer took four matches and a  lemon, and made them Into a pig and  challended anyone to make more of  the  material.  Well, you cannot make more out of  AXMXJ      XMXfA\.BTitXl ,  Pat���������But I beat him?  Mike���������How??.  Pat���������I took four matches and a lemon, peeled the lemon, strewed the  peel and the matches all over the floor  and made a litter.  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE. DAY  Take LOCATIVE RKOMO Qulnlnft Tablets. Drugelstt-i refund motiey if: It falls  to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature Is  on each box.       25c.  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS.  UjrsnfeeT'OUrcF SORTS' 'RUM DOWN'or" GO* THE BLUER'  BUFFZa from XfDNEtT. BLADDER, kervous diseases.  CHRONIC WBAKr_SSBS.ULCBaa.aKI*) BRUFTf OMS.P_.ES,  Tit- for my FRKKbook. thu most Instructivk  . MSOICAX. BOOK KVKK WRtTTEM.IT TELLS S.L.V ������hoOt tbeta  THE RAPIDS -mTZ^  SU's&szs^drtsrys'jmomni ������_���������������������*.Oon,t__a������e_i������  AScaloteSyJTKHS.'Ho'foltowcp'etrcolara. Da. LSCLSBO  MB9.CO.H*VX8SXOU*{ JlD,HAUrS-X*AD.J.ONDaM(B((������  wavs to fix her hair.  The other Sundi.y two small boys  were industriously digging in a vacant lot, when a man who was passing  stopped to give them a lecture.  Don't you know that it is a sin to  dig on Sunday, unless It be a case of  necessity? asked the good man.  Yes, sir, timidly replied one of the  boys.  Then why don't you stop it 7  Cause this is a caso of necessity,  replied the little philosopher. A feller can't fish without bait.  It's as sad to see a rich man with a  ���������poor appetite as it is to see a poor  man who can't get to tho lunch counter.  Wise and experienced mothers know  when their children are troubled with  worms and lose no time in applying  Miller's worn Powders, the most  effective vermifuge that can be used.  It is absolute in clearing the system  of worms and restoring those healthy  conditions without which there can be  no comfort for the child, or hope of  robust growth. It ls the most trustworthy of worm exterminators.  *mmsmmmmmi^mm^mmmmmt**mmmmmm  The trolley had slipped off the overhead wire, leaving the tram Iri darkness. After some little fumbling the  conductor made the connection, and  the car lighted up, whereupon a small  voice raised itself in shrill inquiry:  Mamma, who put the penny ln?  ��������� And now, my dear General, come  and sit by me art! tell me all the  scandal that's happened while I've  been away. (.  Well, really, Mrs. Mallecho, &r���������  you see���������er���������the fact is that while  you've been away there's been ao  scandal.  FEMALE HELP WANTED  LADIES WANTED���������To do work at  home; decorating cushion tops; can  make from $3 to $5 per day; pleasant  work. Armour Art Co., Dopt. N. 4!  Steele  Blk.,  Winnipeg.  Clergyman���������I have a hazy recollection of marrying you before.  Actress���������You did, but not to this  gentleman.  IM-I--.IIII   ���������_���������!    I���������������������������������������������-������������������I���������������������������il  When a woman utilizes the present  ln making a pa&t "or future uso Bhe  shows foresight.  r   ...       '   .      . i ;,;���������'vi':'!"  ri"f'iii������i',  um   now   mi iook   ui  railing hair, and cost so I ivory <vuiii ������.h foe.-*, bu. m-uiv, tin.  Httlo  that it is  almost <vSft^^  criminal not totisethcm. *'       " "' '���������'"  UiJUKirlil.   A llliotml nnmtil" i.l i.ili, wiili ;u-(,h4,ii  ........... ,f  t4UUft|..l .,.1 I    .....  ar������Hr. i*<*~t |n-.-'i...     .'..Mr.--' I'-i'irr Ut���������K A. irlinia.  Cori).. JXipt. ilHl>. Uorlirn, IJ. II. A.  trrr. '��������� ���������r��������� *-*  w. t:    u. '������&"������  ���������ir< ���������'.'���������iitiitlvi) of law Jinil order wlil^li  iill'SiVnU'll    HllUplt'ltlll. lb'    HOOIIHtll    to  -������������������I "\-.i v/uitii Mu ������>virn wero  Ini*- ���������iituiiiii, nliiiot.t liimicfnt. Mill  iVrlbnrr rfill!'ifn ibtit. im \uts������ \*.ih������ i  tbrui  lif looUfl.  I'm  not  biiny. be yawrifil,  pointing  ���������in  ii   rbidr.  and  1   dou'l   llilult  I'm   cv  "LIKE MAGIC"  New Food Makes Wonderful Changes  mum  ii   i������ i   in ii m  When a man has snfCorcd from dys-  ���������ji'l't-H bo ninny yearn that bo can't remember when he had a natural appetite, and then hits on a way out of  troublo ho may be excused for saying  "It acta Illto magic."  Whon it is a simple, wholcHom-t  food Instead of any ono of a largo  number of so called romodlis In tlio  form of drugB, In ia moro than ever  likely to fori nn tbon_h t\ port of miracle . as been performed.  A Western : um, In tho dellgh*. ol' re-  stored digestion, puts it In tbi3 way:  "Llko iiiagic, fltthiRly dcscrlbon tho  mnrinrr in which Grape-Nuts rollovml  mo of poor digestion, conloil longuo  and loso of uppotUe. o������ many years  standing.  "I tried about ovnry 1110(111*1110 tlmt  '.vnfi r^enntmondod to mo, witlionr relief. Then I tried Grape-Nuta on the  ������������������ugi'ctillon of a friend, lly tho tlnu.  I had finished tho fourth packngo, my  stomach was all right, and for tbo  prist two monllm. I havo been em ing  wllh t. rcllirh, nnyMilnc nor ofore mo.  That is tomotblnij hnd been iiuablo  to ilo piOvloiihly for j't'-nrn,  "I um Hlrongcr tlinn ov't nnd j (���������on-  Rider tho effectb of Orupe-Niitu on a  v,'i*nV nioiniifh nn lionuilbliiK vi-nlly  vomloriul. It bulldtt up tlw en tiro  body UH woll ���������ri tho lij-uj*- uinl  wrv**;:j." Name glvon liy Iho Ca.iiul-  1m. l-oblum t'o., Wlnd'Mir, ('nt.  ���������"ITcn-'tt a ri aaon," and ". bi ,:N.  -���������liiiiMMl In tin* 111 lln book, "Thn Hoik*  in Wollvnii*," In phgu.  fc.vcr 1 c.iti ������.ii������- wL-w.^. Ici'wk., ? ,\ i,,_vw  ono Jippcarc from lime to time. They  nre genuine, true, and full ot htim.in  Intcreot.  Btato of Oftlo, City of Toledo.       \  Lucas county /      *'  Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is  mentor partner of tho firm ot F. J.  ,Cheney & Co., doing business ln tho city  of Toledo, County and State aforesaid,  and that eald firm -will pay tho sum of  ONB HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and  every case of Catarrh that cannot too  cured by tho uso of Hall'a Catarrh Cure.  FRANK! J.  CIIX5N3S-.  8-worn to beiwo me and subscribed 1ft  r..y presence, u..a 6th day of December,  A.D,  1886.  lideal.) A. W.  GLI3ASON.  Notary Public.  Hall's Catarrh Curo la taken Internally,  r.nd acts directly on the blood and  mucous surfaces of the system. Bend  for test: -onlala free.  P. 0. CHENiQV & CO., Toledo, O.  Sold   t>7  all   rirugprlHts.   76o.  Tn.:o 1-aU'o Family VUls for constipation.  Subbubs had taken Chumleigh home  to dine. Everything went well until  they were seated at the dinner table,  when Willie Subbubs remarked: Why  pa, this is toast beef!  Well, said his fathgr. what of lt?  Why, I heard yOu tell ma at breakfast that you were going to bring a  muttonhead home for dinner this  evening.  mmmmm^mmmmmmmm&mmmmm  Molly���������My little sister's got measles.  Jlmmle���������Oh! Lo has mine.  Molly���������Well, I'll bet you my little  sistex*'s got moic measles than your  has.  And This In Russia  Possibly the most generous,meal ln  the world is at the railway halt between Petersburg and Moscow. It  is about midnight. You walk into  a large tea, vegetables, fish of all Mnd  to be sampled, vodka at hand-? Everybody walks round and takes what he  wants at the mpmc-nt. The train  sounds the departing note. The passengers walk out and say at the doer  what they have eaten arid drunk and  pay. litu-sia ic said to be a dishonest country, but this system pays.  The Russian won't cheat the pooplo  who provide his supper.  . ������������������         i\~y  Dirigible Dogs  When the aeronaut aloft dc   * fly  What pastime could be merrier  Ihen to be followed, fleet and falth-  *ful, by  His Skye or Alrdale terrier?   -  Ten More  He���������I have saved up ten thousand  dollars.      Will you be my *Mfe?  She���������Oh, Mr. Jones, this is too sudden!     Save up another ten thousand.  ��������� ">' '   '     ��������� "im  Her esaltcd rank dlfr not give Queen  Victoria Immunity from the trials of  a grandmother. Ono of her grandsons, whoBO rockloBanosB ln spending  monoy provoked hov titrong disapproval, wrote to tht. queen reminding  hor of hla approaching birthday and  dollctttoly BUggootlng that monoy  would bo tho moat nccoptablo gift. In  hor own hand Bho answorcd, sternly  roprovlng tho youth for tho sin of  cxtrnvaganco and urging upon him tho  pructlco of economy, lliu reply ulug-  gcrod hor:  Dear grandma, It ran, thank you for  your kind advlco. I havo sold tho  aiuno for  iiG.  Mary Anno wan an Irlah girl who  had ohtalnod a situation In n.10 homo  of a lady of tltlo, who huppuuod to  have her mother-in-law, who waa a  dowager, fdopplng wllh hor.  Now, Mary Anno, Bald tho young  mlBtrcHfl ono morning, I am going to  town, and If anyono calls you can toll  thom that I am out, but, oho addod,  you can toll thom that tho dowager  lo at homo.  Somotlmo aftov her deparluro a lady  called nnd intuilrod for tlio mlntreBfl.  Woll, madu.ni, replied Mary Anno, tho  mlntrcBB Ib out, but mo badger In up-  til III I'M.  ..,11 '. "-"   " ������- Hi������H4  You Miy that a filmlght V#c l;������ not  tho BhortoBt iliBtunco botwt*,*- two  polnIn? I'-JU'lalmort tho QroucVk Why  you muut bn nri Idiot.  ISO,       1    Ul        lU't,        I   l   jUl-14        1.4^        ....  .(!.������,.,,   .  I-...1   .lrlinir  1 Iii    '  A P'<'Hy K*rl Known onough palm-  imrv lo hold bundn.  Unlimited Credit  You bavo left the name of the author off the programme, the stage manager ventured lo suggest.  What's the author's nar.o? asked  the manager with the thick moustache  and the double chin.  William Shakespeare.  Friend of yours, eh? All right, givo  hiin all tho credit there Is. Put  .down on tho programme: Words and  miifllo by William ShnkeRpp*.���������****.  UPTON'S  PURE   FRUIT   JAMS  COST LESS  MORE PALATABLE THAN  OTHERS  Ask Your Grocer.  0  Feminine Amenities  That ma- over thero ia staring  straight at my noBe.  Probably he's a leporter.  And why should a reporter stare at  my noso.  They are supposed to keep their eyo  on everything that turns up, aren't  they?  His .'rlnclpal Duty  Employer (to new boy)���������Has your  A boy who applied for n situation In ���������,���������������������������,,,���������. tl>u ,luvy M������������������_������������������ ,UUI  ho City was asked by the manager K manager told you what to do this aft-  ho had beon properly brought up. crnoon?  Oh, yos, sir.      Tho inorter brought  mo up tho lift.  Ask for Minard's nnd tako ni othor  Mooting n hoy, the blflhop ntoppod  and asked him: Can you tell mo tho  way to tho nonrent station?  The boy pointed out tho way.  How far Is it? tho blahop naked.  About n. mile, tlio hoy replied, Blaring hard at tho blahop'fl kneo-breechoa  and galtora. Ab IiIb lordohlp turned  away tho boy added: What's up?  Somebody pinched yor hike?  Now  Boy ���������Yes,  sir.    I'm   *     wako  him up whvjiv I see you coming.  Young Man (to provlnlon morchant)  ���������Your daughtor and I, Blr, I.nvo  agrood to rov.' down tho river of llfo  togothor.  Provision Merchant (sarcastically)  ���������Hnvo you got any provlalons on  board?  Yuiuig Man���������No, till-. Cubiilduiliifc"  your bualnoBB wo thought tho victualling department w.'ti moro In your  Uno.  m  and beauty���������to prevent wrinkles and "crow's  feet" and deep Tblack circles under the oyco��������� '���������  nothing is as good as  in������U FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION,  Give it a fair trial for banishing thoso distroBsintr pains or.  drains on one's vitality. Thia proncrlption of Pr. Pierce'��������� regulutea ull th*  womanly function**. It cradicatea nnd dontroy**! "Pomalo ComplnlntB" nnd  wcalcnoooco that make woitwn miMoiublu uuu -jkj Mt-frj-rO th.cl? time. Every jjirE  nocdu It beforo wom������nhood. invory mother needs it. It is an Invigorating tonlo  for the female ���������yatem. All medicine dealers have cold it with satisfaction, to*r]  customers for tho pant 40 years. It is now obtulnablo In liquid or tablet forma  atdrugttores���������or nond 50 one-cent ntnmpn for trial box, to It.V. Pierce, BulialowJ  ���������    ''*���������������. W������IimC!-?A _������t4l54fl>--rT TV&tJmVjm  immrmimttn and lnvl������������r������rnt������ atomneh, ll*rer ������n<l In>w������1������.  mm Satfar contod- tiny Brnnt-icw-, *m������y %** ������������_���������������_ ���������.._ v^.������.������:_. g ���������,  ^^^H ^^H^H! THE HE VIEW, CRESTON, B. C.  ,'L    ���������     '"v*  /*  ������s  Your Liver  is Clogged up  That** W_y~You������re Tired���������Out of  Sorts���������Have no Appetite.  Cj^RTER'SUTTLE  LIVER PILLS  ���������will put you right  .ia a few clays.  -    They do?  ��������� their duly,  Cur_  Const.-'  patten,  Siiiomntis, ittaige$aont an  Small Piiij Small Dose, Small Prices  Genuine must bcai Signature  i-TULr-1  IVEit  ______   _2_fi  &ZZZZ   ������..MMMwiM  a_���������_na#w������������iH  YEino  Is CLEAN, and  as SSSSPLE as  '-_.B._.n  NO  ch.ance of  i-l-STAKES  if you use  >YB for  -���������'���������?���������"."' 'All-: Klrtcid of Cloth.-'^Y  TRY IT and prove tt for-rou���������elf I  i Send ior I<"r������e Color-Card. Story Bootlif,and Sct>&>  let B'vinar result* of Dyeing over other colors.  ..Tha Johiuoa-Rlcbardaon Co., Limited,.-  Montreal  SUBMARINE GOLD MINS  Claims 'Staked' In Forty Fathom* of  Water.  Captain Heater, of the Victoria. (B.  C.) fishing schooner Jessie, and his  crew are the hopeful owners of a gold  mine over which forty fathoms of the  Pacific octan roll. The claims are  staked with buoys in the absence of  pegs of too requisite length, and in  order to convince the world of the  genuineness of their discovery a barr  rel of quartz was- trough* to port on  board th* vessel.  Describing the events that led to  tbe staking of the submarine gold-  Held, Captain Heater said that tho  fishermen v/ere out In their dories one  day, and when they returned to the  schooner they reported having made  a great catch. He was tc������d that in  the nets .ware found large quantities  of star fish, which in tho West Coast  waters grow to an enormous size. The  star fish were place on deck, and the  fishermen alBO started to pry off pebbles and small stones? One of the  fishermen noticed the stones glistening in the sun when the star fish were  hauled abroad, and a hasty examination was. performed to discover the  reason. When they felt satisfied  that the claim was a good one, Captain  Heater and his me_ decided to stake  it. The mine is located off Fox  Mountain, British Columbia, between  Kyuquota and Cape Cook.  ' A Rsa! Qood Tiff!*  What constitutes ' recreation depends of course, on the point of view  of the ona Who is -���������'Kjreated. This  anecdote shows .what one youngster  tuought enjoyable:  A boy in a certain school wrote his  finger badly. We are all very happy,  are having a good time hero now.  Mr.YS-r~ broke his leg, and, can't  work. Wa went oh a picnic, ahd It  rained, and wo all got wet. Many  children here are sick with mumps.  Mr. H������������������r- fell oft tho dogcart and  broke his rib but he can work a little.  ���������TKo r*}ari that is digging the- deep well  whipped us boye with a horse-whip  because we threw sand In his machine  and made black and blue marks on us.  Ernes, cut his finger badly. We are  all very happy.  ACHING LUMBAGO BACKS  ARE QUICKLY HELPED ���������/  AND PERMANENTLY CURED  Release, Yes,   and  a Cure  for  ;  Lumbago is New Knowi-  YOU CAN EASILY PROVE THIS  ���������TOaH Ai*e Gita_**aia4eed  Why Sak- chancos in buying a pair  i f gloves when you can git apooitivo  gnaranCoo ! ao!.od' by: Canada's  Ylargrat }|Iovo/tac'iory In ths  fUaKoPi-afoSheUGIoves  mads from wpcclally tanned horss-  hidi. G-.-aranteed wet pro f, wind  pr of, st:_m and heat proof. Send  fer 111'-tratlona.  -HTOSOW BAif umS^EKG CO.  CanatlaV-pcrS Glow r . 0 SSIU!_afce-i",  '"���������������������������   MONTBEA1L.   ?  To cure Lumbago ��������� surely it's a  gcod thing to know how. ���������* his Information meant to-Jno. H. Neaye the.  difference between invalidism and robust health. Writing from hla homo  near Cornwall, ho says:���������"A severe  and prolonged attack of Lumbago In  -my youth rendered me at all times  liable to aches in the hack and loins.  So established became tho predisposition, and so frequent tho attacks, I  confess I accepted ths condition as my particular weakness to  be "borne with as much composure? as'  any evil circumstances might permit.  One day an unusually bad attack developed, and unfortunately there was  no medicine xf any kind In the house.  I sent to a neighbor for help and received with a' strong recommendation  a bottle of -lervillne. My friend was  surprised we didn't use Nerviline, saying that they found use for It in their  family almost every day. So quickly  did Nerviline check the attack, and  so grateful was the relief, that I was  in a day on the high road to recovery.  I havii. cured m"������* tendencies to Lumbago with Nerviline, and consider it  th������ most powerful pain-subduing liniment ever made. '  Fo, curing colds, hoarseness, tight  chest and winter ills Nerviline is a  marvel; as for Lumbago, Sciatica and  Rheumatism, Nerviline is considered  to be without a peer- In the home-  it Is especially?, valuable, because? it  cures cramps In half a minute, stop*  nausea, controls vomiting and upset  stomach.? Fo.' internal or? external  use, wherever lher������; is pain,"-; apply;  Nerviline. ?Get the..5.0c. fainiiy size  bottle"; trial size 25c, at all storekeepers and druggists, or The Catarr*  hozone. Co.? Buffalo,; N.Y..  ESS  a  His'Bolt  The householder smothered his  wrath and eescended to the cellar.  Are you- the plumber? he asked of- a  grimy-looking person who was tinkering with the pipes.  Yes, guv'nor, he answered.  Been in the trade long?  0   'Bout a year, guv'nor.  Ever made.any mistakes?  Bless ye, no, guv'nor.      -  Oh, then, I suppose it's all right. I  "imagined you had connected up the  wrong pipes, for tho chandelier in the  ���������drawing room is spraying water like  ji fountain and the bathroom tap is on  9re.  Rub It In for Lame Back.���������A brisk  J-ubbing with Dr. Thomas' Bclectric  Oil will cure lame tack. The skin  will Immediately absorb the oil and  It will penetrate the tissues and L?lng  speedy'reliefl Try it and be con-  As the liniment sinks in the  A Wonderful Climate  As each man stops his foot on shore'  ���������wrote one adventurer of the period  of the 'Forty-Niners' "fie seems to  have'entered a magic circle in which  he is under the influence cf new impulses. .'nd, as ,an additional testimony to the extraordinarily stimulating quality of the California air this  delightful tal - ls told :.���������".." V  A popular figure In the streets of  San Francisco was a black pony, the  property of a constable, that stood  most of the day, saddled and bridled.  In front of his master's office.  The pony's favorite diversion was to  have his hoofa blacked and polished.  Whenever a coin vwas placed between  his lips he would carry it to a neighboring boo Alack, put first one foot  and then the other on the foot rest  and after reoeivih; a satisfactory  shine, walk gravely back to his usual  station*"  .... -    ���������  :.'  Even the dumb animals felt that  something unusual was expected of  them In California.  Warranted to Draw  A day or two ago a woman antered  a suburban telegraph office, ahd sail  to the receiver of messages that she  desired, to telegraph to her husband,  who was in the country, for money.  Ha pointed to the counter suppli-d  with blanks and told her the rate for  a dozen words. She struggled away  for a quarter of t.n hoar, and then  handed in the following:  Won't you please send me five  pounds by next post?  I don't .know whether that will do  or not, asShe felt for her money. If  you were Ij receive a telegram from  your wife, would you forward the  money?  Well���������well, I might, ha replied In  vlnced.   As the linimont sinks in the doubtful tones.                               "   ���������  pain comes out and there are ample Now, you wait.   I dont like the tel-  grounds for saying that Its touch ls egram at all, because I tried to keep  magical, as it is. it within twelve words.   I'll write an-  The palm for absent-mindedness is  probably taken by a learned German  who one day noticed his wl-> placing  a large bouquet on his desk?'  What does that mean? he asked.  Why, she exclaimed, don't you know  that this is the anniversary of your  marriage?  Ah, indeed, Is It? said tae professor, politely. Kindly jet nie know  when yours comes round, and I will  reciprocate the favor.  Weii  Drugged  A doctor was summoned to a'police  station to examine an unconscious  prisoner. The prisoner, very muddy  and dishevelled, lay on the floor of  the cell. The physician bent over  and examined him, and then, rising,  said; In a loud, stern -voice:'".-      -??'������������������"���������>  This man's condition is not due: t������  drink.     He has been drugged.  A policeman turned pale, aud said  In a timid, hesitating voice:  I'm afraid ye're right,,sir. I drugged . him all., the way���������a matter of ...a  hundred yards or more.  Senri������ Method  Don't you think, dear, began Mr.  Comfy, that our next door neighbors  the Scrubbs, are putting on a great  deal too much style, considering the  fact that they never know from day  to day where the next meal is coming  from?  'Well, replied Mrt>. Comfy, you see,  the more style they put on the more  likely they are to be invited out to  dinner. ���������'"-'' Y    -  '"'  Mrs. Flltterby���������So you are on the  visiting committee of your social  workers' society I should think you'd  find it dreadfully irksome, making all  those slum calls.  Mrs. Hunter-Fadde���������I'm willing to  make the sacrifice for a good cause.  Every visiting day I send my maid  around with my cards.  CROWNING  AN   AFRICAN   KIN������  Clvlllied Ruleri   Would   not   Relish  ���������Sfuoh Ceremonies  The custom pt savage peoples make  up In curious ploturesquenesf. what  they lack In -Israity. Contraat, for  Instance? the ceiw_ont;_ -wlttt ta-e  coronation ot & British king or tho ln>  duction oz President W__on into oi*  flce. "���������-������������������������������������'.'..' .'���������'������������������ ���������:���������'"-.j���������:"      ������������������,?;���������.;.,.'?.'r?;  The king was chosen from *imong  the people by the elder*, tiwd-[ yww  selected for hi������ wisdom. i-i������ oea^  monies ot diseathronesaeat ;^e*������ euc&  that he"r^ulr^j^''^ly wlsdot-t* but  also courage,? physical strength.? aiid  superb disestion. Ti*ie rman'& Hfm  Intimation that fc-3 had been chosen  by the tribe was ah onrush-of.the entire tribe���������not to do him honor, but  to abuse and insult him in every possible way,  They would hurl opprobious epitfix*  eta a.1: him, curse him, spit.upon him  and pelt him. For, thoy said, from  this time on he could' do all these  things to them and they would be  powerless to retalit&te. It was their  last chance.  They also reminded him of all his  failings in graphic and minute particulars. If the king survived this  treatment he was -hen taken to the  former king's house, where he was  solemnly invested with the insignia  of tho kingly office in the shape of a  silk hat. No one except the king  was permltrted toi wear a silk hat.  Following the* inauguration ceremonies, the people came and bowed  before the hew king In humble submission, while they praised him as  enthusiastically as they had reviled  him. Then he was fed and feted j.or  a week, during which time h������ was  not permitted to leave his house, but  had to receive guests from all parts  of his dominion and. eat. with. them  all. These cereaionies ended, he  turned to the comparatively easy and  commonplace duties; of his Wtngly ofr  ���������fice? ���������������������������'���������'   ���������'   ?��������� ~-tii-r ti .:-'��������� .      . ..y  y, tititi-y  ���������       - MfH   ��������� ���������   1    ���������_!        ��������� I I       ll������l_"l    I-i    M  An inducement  Special note to Sidesmen: Putting  youirleft hand gracefully in your pocket while handling the collection plate  with your right is always good form.  If you jingle a bit of small change,  the stimulating effect upon the congregation may he quite extraordinary.  Husband���������I shall most likely bring  old Jobbens home to dinner tomorrow. '      '    m      ,x  Wile���������for gcodness sake dont  dear. It's cook's evening out, and I  shall have to cook it If you do.  Husband���������That won't matter. 1  owe Jobben3 a grudge. _  Surprised th. Patient  A doctor  had  two  patients.   One  had lumbago and the other had some  trouble with his ear.   They had ap-  fointments about the same time, and  he doctor looked   into   the   waiting  room and called for Mr. Blank. Mr.  Blank came In.  ', Take oft your oo&t and waistcoat,  mm**     IV -.     J--4--.  0oiu  uio uuuiui .  '���������' You. never know what a doctor is  after, and you generally do-as he bids  you. Sometimes doctors don't know  what they are after themselves, but  a-patient never questions.-them. If  yotigiO to'any other kind of man you  generally? speak out If you don't know  what he wahtis to do, but you don't  do that with a doctor.  The patient took ofi his coat and  waistcoat. The doctor began th imping him on the baok.  Do you feei that?  Yes, doctor, yes.  Is It very sore?  No, not very uore, but sore enough.  Can you stand this? said the doctor,  giving him a terrific thump.  Well, X can stand It, but���������don't do  it.-'  Well, well, you're not so very bad.  I will bs when jou finish your examination.  ThatV/ all right. You are not bad  enough to worry aboufc. That'll do.  You had "Letter put ofi your coat and  waistcoat.  The man put on his clothes. The  doctor was about to shako hands with  him, when the natlent said:  Now/doctor, I'd like toJtnow what  you're going to do about my ear?  Which ear? said the doctor. Your  ear? Then it's the fellow outside  has lumbago?   Oufiiig Shoes  For --ti  Everybody  THfe PERFECT SHOE  FOR SUMMER SPORTS  ASK YOUI"* DEALER.  Goi  Or,;   jf  Her Own     ?  The Christian name of''.'.tlio: lit*!-?-  elect, was Ruth. The Vridesmaid v-a?  h_������* sister Patience.  While tho marriage ceremony was  being performed, the bridegroom wns  so perturbed and anxious .to get : i*.  over * quickly that he answered sonu  of the questions almost bpfore ihey  were asked.  Havp patience, man, he snld; have  patience!  No, Indeed, the bridegroom replleri.  I have courted Ruth for about five  years, and if I cannot have her now  I will have nobody. Besides, Patience  has got a sweetheart of her'own.  STRFNf.TH FOP  ���������V _ mmmmm ������ ��������������������������� m mm    A   mm Am  I w XiXXX*.    XJX\f HtMtii, V**  Had  Minard's Unlment Co., Limited.  Gents,���������I have ��������� used ycur Minard's  Liniment in my family and also in my.  Stables for year3 and consider it the  best  medicine "obtainable.  Yours truly  ALFRED RQCHAY.  Proprietor Ro icn    Pond   Hotel   and  Livery Stables  Smart ou&inesft  .-; A customer wt-lked i.ito a boot shop  ���������gently, and asked for a pair of boots.  The .assistant, a youth of foilfteen  showed Mm & suitable pair, the price  being $5. The customer stated that  he only had 13 with hin?, awd?fnquired  if he cAitid nay that and bring the other $2 next "day. Ha was told that  he could do so. After the customer,  who was a stranger, had left the premises/the proprietor severely reprimanded the assistant for allowing the  man to tako the boots, saying he  would never see him again.  Ay, but t shall, replied the  smart  -youth.      I wrapped up two boots for  the "left foot, so he's bound to come  back.  Crafty  Old Gent���������Well, sonny, did ^you  take your dog to the vet next door  to your house, aB I suggested?  Boy^���������Yesj sir. '    - '  Old Gent���������And what did he say?  Boy���������'E said Tows-er was suffering  from nerves, so Sis had better give up  playln* the planner.  Here's an Item, observed Rivers who  was looking over the newspapers, to  the effect that the King ef Sweden  raises prize dogs on his farm.  'I suppose he uses them, suggest '-  Brooks, to drive his Stockholm.  Aiter which the rattle of the typewriters broke out afresh with great  violence. ���������"..  ���������La!-������ai|r?;':'������e  "��������� ?.>:���������.'���������������������������".'   -__ -   %  Ked  When the  blood is  TJiiougii  IS? .1.  -tica  Diooa.  poor  and  thin  and the  stomacd  In  consequence  is  imperfectly    supplied   with   oxidised  blood and nerve force, the digestive  process becomes s'ow and fermentations of the food goes on, with  tlie  formation of gas and certain acids.  The pressure of the gas causes pain  In the stomach;  sometimes it affects  the heart.     When the gas Is belched  out through the mouth the patient is  temporarily relieved, the sour risings  in the throat,.and the burning sensations In the throat and stomach are  caused by the    acid    fermentations.  There are plenty of things to neutralise these acldii. ov to "sweeten tha  stomach" r; it Is called, but they do  not cure the trouble.        Pure,    rich  blood which will tone up the stomach  and enable it to do the work nature  intended it to do is ti ?> only road to  a cure.     Dr.   Williams'   Pink   Pills  make new,  rich,  red  Wood���������that is  why they euro even the most obstinc.. i  cases of indigestion.    The following  is   a   bit   of   proof.      Miss   Minnie  Greene, of Kali's Bridge, Ont., says:  "About a y_ar   ago   I   was   greatly  troubled with my    stomach.    Everything I ate-^caused me pain and distress.    I would feel as though I was  starved, but when meal time came the  sight of food caused a feellns cf, loathing .      There were -days when I could  not even hold milk on my stomach,  and my head would ache so that 1  could... hardly j keep froni  screaming.  Benevolent Old Lady (to little boy  In street)���������Why, why, little boy, how  did you ever get such a black eye?  Small Boy���������Me and Sammy Jones  was fighting for an apple in school,  and he smashed me.  Bonovolont Old Lady���������Dear! dear!  And which glutton got the apple?  Small Boy���������Teacher, ma'am.  Tho troubles at Holy Trinity church  in Old Brompton, Chatham, England,  nro somewhat acute, and the latest  proposal of tho vicar is that, owing to  tho gas having boon cut off, ho will  ask each wor3hlppcr to bring h.13 or  hor own candle to ovensong.  Whon Scones was at Oxford ho was  a most oxcellont follow, and only had  one onomy���������soap. Ho was called  Dirty Sconoa, Ono day tho wag,  Bolus, wont Into his rooms and, remonstrating with him on tho untidy,  slovenly, and dirty state of everything, said:  Upon my worn, Dirty, it's too bad.  Tho only clean thing In tho room is  your towel.  ......lypBD.'Sc^;  feHHHHaHNHEnP"  Mo. m box oir������l*������ Ux__ for $2.BO,  at all dealers, or The Dodds Medl-  other.  She tore It up, walked over to the  counter, and in threo .nlnutes handed  ln a new one, reading-  Am out of food and fuel, and want  flvo pounds as soon as you can get lt  here.     It you can't sparo it I'll pawn  tho parlor carpet.  That would bring tho monoy from  mo, said tho receiver, as he read the  lines and   marked    tho   number   of  words.  Then   it  will   from  hlra.    Send  it  quick.  Deadly Work  Sir Robert Edgecumbo gives an ancient Jibe thltb local edge and setting:  A Dorset doctor of somewhat bonst-  ful temperament was dining oho day  at a big dlnnor party, whon tho conversation after dinner turned upon tho  army as a profession. Tho doctor  remarked that his parents hod mado  a grdnt mltrtako ln not sending him Into tho army, for which he declared  hlmaolf eminently fit.  Oh,, you mako a groat mistake, snld  a Dorsot squlro across tho tablo; you  w*ould not havo killed half tu many  lt you had gono Into tho army au you  hnvo In your own profession.  HIII1.^IXW���������^l^l|.l.,IW4l|  It you ploaao, sir, father any a ho lu  going to kill a pig, and can you do  with a sldo of bacon?  Yos, my boy, said tho sohoolmaator.  Toll him to Bond lt as soon as ho  liken.  A woek pnssod away, and nn the  bacon had not arrived, the teachor  reminded tho boy ot his ordor.  I expect you forgot to toll your fath*  or, you youug rascal I oald tho school,  master gobd-humourodly.  Oh, no, sir, I didn't 1 said tho youngster.      My  father hasn't klllod the  pig.  How's that, Tommy?  pjeucnj, i*ii, IVti bot bultc-j ,  ONTARIO  '8  FORTUN  A New Dish  A captain of one Of H.M. ships had  received a goose from a friend, and  as he had guests coming to dinner  that evening, ordered of his steward  that It should be cooked.  Later in the day the guests signalled their inability to be present,  whereupon the captain���������through his  steward���������ordered that the goose  should be postponed.  At dinner, much to the captain's  surprise, on removing the lid of a  dish, he found a portion of the goose  hashed. The following conversation  then took place.  :    Captain���������1 thought I told you, steward, to tell cook we would postpone  the goose? ������������������,,_.���������  Steward���������Yes, sir.     I told him.  Captain���������Quartermaster, tell my  Maltese cook I waut him.  Cook arrives.  Yes, sar.     You want me?  XJaptaln���������Did you receive my orders  to postpone this  goose?  Cook���������Yes, sar.  Captain���������Then why didn't you carry them out?  Cook���������I did, sar. That am postponed goose 1  '���������    ���������'���������      -"���������'���������-��������� .. )   only those who; have suffered    from  Moneylender���������You want to borrow  stomach trouble know the torture I  a hundred pounds?   Well, here's the  suffered.   I tried almost every rem-  Fully Prepared  Percy had matrimonial designs on  a beautiful and rich heiress. It ho  could only givo hor a demonstration  of his bravery he knew that ho would  have a Ilttlo justification ln proposing  to her. At length a brilliant idea  occurred to him. He wrb strolling  with her along tho waterside when he  suddenly turned to His fair companion. .  I soy���������aw���������Mls3 Teresa. Could  you���������aw���������manage to full In so that  ���������aw���������I could wescne you?  The fair Miss Teresa looked surprised. .  But you enn't swim, can you? sho  said.  Percy wuh couiiidod Cor u moment,  then a happy inspiration came to him.  I'm afraid.I can't awlm:  but I always curry a police whistle, don't you  know.  tjll.U     VsUIUkJMltjr,     l������litlU������4Uf  flm*mfim  * UIVIIIU)  W. N. U. M2  Confound it, said tho uptown druggist, that woniau took all Lhe chuugo  I had In tho drawer.  Why didn't you toll hor you could  t      ���������   4-        %    ....    x.   t-       **������..    - *���������*       4   -, ������. .1 * * * ~   ������.       **    ������������������������- tm  |*_v>>*      *��������������� ������ v i������ ��������� *.     _-w.������        i ���������*��������� h*   ^  -.������ ��������� * ix-*m       *J mmm *  No.  no,  aho'rt  oio of vour r/*t>,iiT<ir  ���������J pr.trrno."    Why, I'vo known tlmt woman to buy as high .to cloven ono-  or-nt pof-tngo stamps In a week.  Freed From That Weak, Languid, Always Tired Feeling, by Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound.  Thcssalon, Ont. ���������"1 cannot speak too  highly of your medicine.   Whon my ap-   -|petite Is poor nnd 1  [have that weak, languid, always tired  focllng, I get a bottlo of Lydia E. Pink,  ham's Vo_,_tablo  Compound, and it  builds mo up, glvca  mo strength, nnd re-'  stores mo to porf ect  health nguin. It ia  truly a blessing to  women, nnd 1 cannot  speak highly onouRb of It.  I tako plena-  ure In recommending-* It to others." ���������  Mm. ANN!- Camkiion, ThfiBflalon, Ont.  Womon who nro sufferinp* from those  distressing ills peculiar to their sex  should not loso sight of thoso facta or  doubt tho ability of Lydia E. Wnklmm s  Vogotablo Compound to reutoro tlieir  hoiilth.  There aro probably huii-rods of thou-  oands, perhaps millions of women in Ununited Statoa who havo boen benefited  lv.r  JM#i  fnmrMiri   rJ(*   vr.w)r������ilv    wlli'"b   Wftfl  produced from roots and horbn over -0  ycari ago by a woman to relievo woman's suffering. If you nro nick und need  such a medicine, why don't you try it?  If  vnn wnvil  ������mr.4*1������l   tnlvlcfr wrHf* to  Ijfdla R. plnk-am Mcdlrlnr* Co. (conll-  dsutSa!) Ly-n, Mans, leiir loner ma  bo opfiued, read and answmvd ������J *  woman aud held ln -Irlct coulldence. ( Hlblo woman I ever met.     Mornltigl  money. I charge five per cent, a  month, and as you want it for a year  that leaves just forty poinds coming  to you.    ���������_?".'?'���������"'..  Innocent .Borrower���������Then ii I wanted it for two years, there'd bo something coming to you, I suppose, eh?  0���������H���������V_.ll   ���������        ���������    !_��������� ��������� ��������� _��������������������������������������������������������������� _   III  No one need endure the agony of  corns with Holloway's Com Cure at  hand to remove them.  ,.���������1     mt .���������     ri ..mmmmmmmm  A Georgia  woman  who moved to  Philadelphia found she could not be  co.itented without the colored mam 1  my who had been her    servant    fo  many years.      She sent for mammy  and the servant arrived in due season  It so happened that the Georgia wo  man had to leave -town, the very daj  mammy  arrived.      Before departing  she had Just time to explain to mammy " the modern   conveniences   with  which her apartment wea, furnished.  Tho gas  stove  was  the contrivance  which interested the colored woman  most.      After the mistress    ot    the  household had lighted the oven tho  broiler,  and  the  other  burners  and  felt certain the old servant understood  its operations, the mistress hurried far  her l.'aln.  She was absent two weeks and one  ot her flrst questions to mammy was  how sho had worried along.  De finest ever, was the reply, and  you know, MIbb Florence, dat fire  ain't gone out ylt.  Mother (aftor relating pathetic  story)���������Now, llegglo, wouldn't you  like to givo your bunny to that poor  little boy you saw to-day who hasn't  any father? _    ,. ,  Regglo (clutching rabbit)���������Couldn't  wo givo him father Instead?  would bo of greater benefit tobgkq*J  edy recommended, but found not the  loast benefit until I began taking Dr.  Williams* .Pink-Pills. These I used  for a couple of months and they worked a perfect cure and I am again enjoying good health and able to eat  freely all kinds ot food."'  If you are suffering from indigestion  or any other trouble due to poor watery blood, begin to cure yourself today by the use of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills. Sold by all medicine dealers  or by mall at 50 cents a box or six  boxes for $2.60 from The Dr. Wll-  Mams' Medicine Co., Bro-diville, Ont.  The man of whom we were told  vent Into a downtown restaurant a  loon or go ago and ordered a substantial luncheon. He ate it growlingly  and when he had finished and. received his check marched up to the cashier's desk and slapped down a fine  looking bank note. : . ? ���������'  It war- a Confederate bill and the  cashier was "not clow to detect it.  She pushed it back to the customer.  This is no good, she said scornfully.  Neither waB the lunch, answered th������  patron.      Keep tho change, however.  Not in    ,.  You appear, to iind thp observation  ot persons 'Interesting.  Yes; I am very "���������uccesafiil ln finding people out, said tho sti-S-ger, w..������  hnd been watching the crowd.  What ls your business?  A bill collector.  Brldo (throwing hor nrma abr.st  -tho bridegroom's nock)-���������You are my  prisoner for llfo!  Bridegroom���������It's not Imprisonment  for lite, love. It's capital punishment.  Met His Match  Dr. C��������� prided himself on being a  man ot fow words, and ot a sharp,  torse, doclslvo character. Ho sue-  cc-i'.'ftjlly t'juU'.ii'oi'ud to ���������ivo the moyi  omphntlc Instructions at n minimum  oxponae ot tlmo und words. Therefore, his women patients often Irritated hlnv by their volubility.  A lady camo ono day with a baud  much   Kwolliiii   nnd   HCiirrotl.  Burn? queried Dr. 0��������� sharply.  Brulso.  Poultlco Immediately.  Tho pntlent    \viiiii.    homo    without  4114 llll 1     llni.1411    ,1,111    4 .Ul, .11. II   111. .X i.   (ll������jr  ,  Better? askod the doctor bruoquoly.  Worse.  Moro poultice.  . And   thu  patlont  illsappoarod,   but  called a tew days later.  WML      l'Vo?  Nothing! exclaimed tlif* doctor,     1  havo mot. my match In tha ii���������at son-  vvhv-   B-U-8' mtmO__ Bl  in physical condition it is usually because the action of the  organs of digestion has become irregular or defective.  Then thero is need for a safe and spccdymedlcinc to relieve  the ills which occasionally depress even tho brightest and  strongest. Tho ono remedy you may take and feol safe with is  ECHAM'S PILLS  (Tb* Lars-*-.-.! Safe of Any M-<llc(n������ In tit a Wo������W)  Tho first dose gives speedy relief in sick-headache, biliousness, constipation, lack of appetite, heartburn, dyspepsia,  and lasting improvement follows the timely uso of this fa-  voriio and roiiuble homo remedy. You will become healthier  and stronger, and moro cheerful if you let Beecham's Pills  ��������� r������i .... ... .  . .     , .  ...-   ...... v..l|.u������l pr.t.tk il.v V.������,   414 llMUH MI..4 mm Vr������^Wl,4������ll|l V������ll4������t4,������ 14, VIVHM*4  1 .w,..,t.S ul(|y 1./ t'iiimm* Ilracliaiu, Si, Hclriia, Lauuaaiiira, KnaUnil.  Hold cvervmliara ]������ C������ii*tl������ ami IJ. S. America.   In tio<������*. JS o������nt������,  1  -'���������'u'i THE   CREST0N    BE VIEW,    ORESTON,    B. V.  The Creston 'Review  Published every   Friday at Oreston, British Columbia, by the Creston Printing and Pub ishing Company, Ltd.  The Beview is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Creston valley,  cir  cnlating in nearly one thousand homes throughout the "Oreston d got* no  reaching ont iu a broad manner into other communities. . Out' ^^"S.JJif  are based on the scale of the Kootenay at d Bonudnry Printers' Boiud of Tn dt  signed.  A. B. S. Stanley  Owing to the holiday Tuesday aud the fact of a complete change in the management aud working staff of the  Review, we are a little late in getting to press this week, for  which we ask your indulgence and will try to get out ou  time hereafter.  The annual meeting of the Creston School District \vi������.  be held on Saturday Ju^i2ih, one item of business will  be to elect school trl^fe for the eusuing term. Every parent and guardian in the district ought to be at the meeting  take a tip from the editor, be on hand, there are rumor  something interesting about to be pulled off.  meeting and take a hand in ihe eventualities.  ? Leading I  i  Hotel of tbe  Bett-  I Our   Guests  j  1 Cdlt   (Again  OU  will  make   ho   mistake |^  when you get off the train ������g  if you sign the register at W  the  Creston  Hotel.      Travelling ||  men   -v* III  substantiate  this.    We |||  study  the   comfort of our guests. ||  The rooms are well furnished in ^  a mauuer up-to-date. al  ""-���������%  iu^i ill 1\J  i hvi _Li- *  m  We have placed  in stock a  fine  assortment of  Taekle consisting'of  am boo  and SteeS  <s>  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Rauchers, Tourists  aud Commercials.  s3P_ew styies in  1 Spoons, New  Flies  *"���������        IS 1 ���������-        mWa "  I _.eaoers etc-  (tV aud are ready Jor your wants in the fishing line.  -V-  tr^  T  n.   /vinrati  s   of  Come to the  &K$������������������������������������������������������������*������������  @<  frnr\m  - ���������- t"-  _&___  \������k*-fi>.  A country weekly paper must of necessity be a community paper. There seldom is in any small town sufficient  material for the make-up of a live paper published iu the interest of that town alone, there must ?>���������_ occasions (more or  less numerous according to the ab lity and energy of-the  publisher) when the editor has ro reach out beyond the  limits of his town and interest himself in lhe affairs of the  community. His paper thus becomes a community paper  and he a community publisher.  Locally the town is a part, (an important part) of the  community but they are each, necessary ta the other.  In aiming to serve the town we.hope to serve the community, in striving to serve the community, we hope to^erve  our town.  In any case let town and community pull together to  boost for the interests of both; interests which are vastly  mere important than to be classified ss belonging especially.  to either.  To this end we shall use the weapon of the press, believing that "the pen is mightier thau the sword;" and with  this in view we shall establish at an early date a correspondence column, which shall be as the "Foruin" of old, where  all men and suy man might go to hear and to be heard.  In all of, which we invite your co-operation.  J_ JL1L-Xit  rAPITAT   *.   JL_. A   _P ATVTATYT -AM   *R  _n*_rv  \mS\J.  JL.      *&���������������&>      ^tl     ���������_a*J_^S  _,__���������.  r.I-_.^JL_/  l\ CZre^tntl F_ rua.&Rnrtk  .���������J."        yKmm^ 3,    ~S?VJ" K0���������**? B.& ��������� ���������    ������������������������, ,im   XX   W������**in -~   tm.,m0 -m^ Vfj������������  | Phone 51  i&V titi;.'  <V**������'.^>.g.g.^.g*^.^**,.^*,.^.gg.^.   &.'^'&'m*'mm''M*'mm''Gi*'*''  ' ���������^ti^.m*^.^'.mxT'^x'mZmxT'*mx'^!ti'>m.'     ^������ >������������'������P^������i������:*^ ���������������-���������.������_!��������� ������5'������"8f.  (TV  AsestSieesi  _.���������_.���������_.���������_!_:������  ���������rSrSS-rg-rS  *&1 K ���������\i\���������\ f\i\C\  f    ipxiljuvi/j-vU  REST, $12,500,000  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  j-���������.*���������������      tz. ,.m,si not cccs-^di**'.'* ^"^^.,  ~'������"   IO "~" "  "" "36.  *'     30       " " 50.  3 cents  6 .   *<*  IO     "  15     "  8.8  REMITTANCES   ABROAD  y means of our SPECIAL   FOREIGiNTDRAI  without delay at reasonable rates.  Percy  B. Fowler, Manager Creston Branch  H rsnQiPr I ivory anr! FppH Sta'hlM--  (Best equipped Livery In Town)  All diss of TURNOUTS supplied at. abort notice.   The latest sidles of  OUTTE&S and BUGGIES for sale and hire.   Saddle and pack horse, a  Speciality. *  Feed for sale        Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Oo.      Horses for sale  I am prepared to fill aU orders, "both by wire and mail, and meet all trains  at any hour cf the day or night.   Commercial men and landseekers, will  ' receive prompt attention  _  _  ���������Hi  ������  Hi  _���������  _���������  tiflj  tie  ������  _���������  _-  m  phone 56  tf  H. S. McCreath, Prop  Sirdar Avenue  Box 14    M  should be made by means of our SPECIAL   FOREIGN  DRAFTS and  MONEY  ORDERS.    Issued without delay at reasonable rates. "*  _________  SBEgW  Humor and  Philosophy  My OVjVCjVrVW. SMITH  PERT PARAGRAPHS.  TN days o_ old, "whon kriiglnts -srera  * hold, lt didn't cost as mucb to run  a bora* aa tt now costs to run a buza  (wagon.  When yon attend right strictly to  tHMlnes- nnd control your temper you  don't have any tlmo to get into any  quarrela.  I. U 111 lack tbat can't raise auy  ���������wind.  ft.    nt  Suggestive.  "1 feel nifsty."  "Rusty?"  "Yes; sort of  dusty In tbo brain,  don't you know.  I gucsa I shall  bave to do some  tblng to brusli  up."  "You might cm-  ploy a vacuum  clouuer."  1  If one were not able to mako capital  ont ot calamity occasionally this doar  old world would go to tho bowtvowH  Port Young Thing.  "Mr. Bliffkins is a good young man,  daughter.    1 want you  to give   bim  proper atieuiica."  "All right, dad. I'll Introduce blm to  nay spinster aunt She'll glv������ bins  wonderful attention."  COMPLETE  Fertilizers  Awful Rampage.  ���������'Did you have high water hi your  town this spring?"  "1 should say we did."  "Some flood was it?"  ,  "Well, it came over my rubbers."  ���������I  Just Right.    "What ails blm. anyway?" )  "0e ls too strong to work.'*  , "How about resting?"  "He is strong for thut, too. but not  too strong."  Once Each Tim->. '  "1  una  looking  for a place tp turn  over my money."  "Invest In a loop the loop rallwuy."  Tho Miser.  Ho died.   We know not where ho went.  To what strange, nameless bourne.  Ho only lived tor cent por cent,  80 thero were fow to mourn.  Good Advice.  "Cnti yon tell 1110 tbo best winy to  much more rapidly than lt is speeding i commit sulcldo?"  "Yon."  "Whnt Is It?"  "Tnlio n good dono of ipocne out of a  boltlo lieuvily tubulin! _*olBon-l'rui*ihlr  Acid.*"  "Ipecac?"  MCcrtnlnly.M  "But why ipoonc?"  "Oh, yon will Hnd tlio rosultH ever no  much ploiiRimter noxt morning, and  you'll havo bod alt tbo excitement yuu  dt-BllOl"  now.  The physician who knows enough  not to get sick le never so foolish as to  Impart the knowlcdgo to Ills acquaint*  unceo.  The fellow who 1a nerannded thnt  everything la hla own fault mny loso  hla job often, bat not becauso be Bussed hla boaa.  ���������what, bat It i������n't In It for n  minute  prlth getting busy to repair damngf-H.  The odor of toll Is far mor* Inspiring  when It cornea to entabl'mhlng coull*  denco than tbe inceuao of flattery.  Don't be afraid of Iho uao who la  always getting Into difficult Ion if you  nave otincrrmit unit. 110 nun iiio uu'ull ui  overcoming them.  Tbe baby who thi oka bin dnd'a a fine  man generally cut- oot tbo work for  ������f<������ nid man ���������nd trtit* him to come to  tke mark- > ^j*. un.-,r-������. i  Ignorant.  "1 know no oust or Honth or wcbU"  exclnlined tho excited orator.  "Whoro did you go to bcIiooIV" Inquired u butter In.  "What dlffi renco docs thnt um lie?"  "I only wonUered It you gol iih far  oloug au gfcugrui'hy."  FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL  It miilien no (lllTfrcnco wluit you ilitmo on  tiliuitliiir tli la uriiRon���������w������ ������nn mipply yon,  nml with tho fluoht iiiiiillty of nurriory atook  uter Bi'otrn,  All tri'on, plutil-, tIup*. licrtlofi, tilirtilm,  OTorift'oona, rotcfi, otc, cola by u������ nta uuur*  t������*il  TIUJE VO NAMIfl  It will pity yon to cot In  lotn-h  wllit ti������.  ���������   KVKHY IMiANTBU NISKOS OUR HOOK������������������  LANDSCAPE GARDENING  8c   WHAT TO  PLANT" v  32 PAGES,        lO^CSTAMPS)  j**?  RICHARD M������C0MB,GEfl_M6R  BOX.A.ALDKRGROVE.B.C.  Important Point.  "How old did you nuy you weroV"  tbiindi-rcd I lio I'ri'nl, lnw.v������r.  "I snld I wiih twenty-aoven," ro*  apondt'd tho ludy wIIiilmh.  "W".* of njk^nrifl rtillilhoo-1 *)"'        1  Save your PJstne Sty  IsavSstis mm exgscrt  tlo your TuniiBffm  J.A.P.  CHOMPTOIM  CRESTON, B. C.  W3RK GUARANTEED, ALL  INDS OF REPAWS.       CHOH A  POiTAlm    ANO   I'LL GALL  PERT PARAGRAPHS.  Somo young people seem to regnrd  courtship nnd marriage ns simple pus-  limes.  When money tnlUs It Is generally to  issue tin order.  Cupid tins so ninny enptives thnt It  Ib not to be wondered nt thut bo gets  them mixed up nnd mlsmutod occasionally.  If living were uot so oxpcnslvo would  It,bo moro or loss ciijoynbloV  Tlic lies Hint people tell iiliout m  aren't bo poi'iilcioun, hut when somo  ono guts right down to Iii'iihb ihi'Uh nud  tieglns to givo utrulght tulle about us  It's dllrcrout  I'cnplo nro so much nllke tlmt you  cnn"t toll tho din'oreuco, no uinitcr  iv hero you go.  A mouse nnd n womnn mnlto n com-  1 ilnii tlon thnt Is tin id to cutt-ii  When u girl innrrtep t*Uo esppcta to  revolutionize hoiiBeUpeping ui tu������r Ilttlo world and ninnzo nil her rrii'tidn.  It Is enslcr to get out or rriHlilon ilinn  to  iteep In and  much   more coiufoit-  Htlltl.  Mnybo fortune iIopnu'i iilny nny fft-  vorlli'H, out nil**'ll iiii\*i< lo let mihiip of  ua In on the liiHitlo to prove It to us.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINIG REGI?-  L.ATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta |  the Yukon Territory* the North-west  Territories aad iu a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased  for a term of twenty-one years at  nn annual rentnl of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,500 acres will be leased to  one applicant. ���������.    -  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant iii person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent of the district in which  the rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  ho described by sections, or legal sub-  d'wisiouB of sections, and in uusurveyed  territory the trnot applied for shall be  staked ont by tbo applicant himself.  Each nppllontiou must be accompanied  by a fco of $5 whioh will bo refunded if  tbe righiH applied for aro not available  but not otherwise A royalty Bhnll bo  paid on the merchantable output of the  niino at the rate of (Ivo cents por tou.  Tho pert-mi oporntlng the mino shall  1'iirnlnli tho Agont with sworn roturns  accounting for tlio full quantity of mor-  cliantiihln (itinl mined and puv tbo royalty thero ui. If the ooal mining rights  mo not bolng operated, a oh returns  Hlioulil ho f urnlHhod nt least onco n yenr  Tho I on bo will Include tho ooal miti-  ing rights only, but tho Iobhoo mny bo  pcrniittod to pnrohiiHo whatever avail-  nh'o Hitrfiicn rl-.*liln may bo ooiiflidnrnrl  nt cct-Hitry for t lie working of tbo mine  ub tho iiiUt of $10 an aoro.  b'or full information application flhonld  im inarlii to the Secretary of tho Dopart-  mt'iitr or tho Iiitiult-r, Ottawa, or to any  Agont or Bub Agent, of Domluion Lands  VV. W. CORY,  Deputy Mlnimcr of tho Interior  K.   U.���������Uiuiuthnrizod publication of  UiiH lulvoitlicineiit will not bo paid for.  Sow Burns' Fertfligers  ������ . ��������� ���������  And Reap Dollars.  Call or send for our  New Pamphlet which is  ���������full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc,  ..��������� wi_  "T  P. BURNS & G&.  Llmltod  CRESTON    * -      B.C.  Head Office  CALGARY; VANCOU  VER;    EDMONTO  Rrnno   men   I'lin't   help   being   twontl  ineiitni wiu-n thi".  mm* ii pr������*tt.v vvoiiiai)  PERT PARAGRAPHS.  Some mon toil us continually what1  tbey aro going to do whllo others do  lt and forget It  Worrying ovor past failures Is 0 pow-Jl  orful method of preventing futuro sue--,  cesses.  It la wearlsomo work bolng frlonds  wltb tbo man wboHo opaclatty is got-jj  ting Into troublo,  It Booms shortsighted In our noil  door neighbor uot to hnvo tlio iuwd  mower tu good order wbou ours won't  work.  Adversity Is n dinsilo remedy to tako, i1  and It Is as apt to Iclll as to cure.  Wnlt till yon get tlioro beforo yoa  begin to Ding.    Maybe after you hnvo j  ai lived i'oii  will Jul uo -liuwlt-ui-d  that,  yon will bo willing to lot your frlendw  prnlrto you.  Don't pay any nttontlon lotbolnugha  Hiiuaa you aro drawing a salary ror It.  m- ~  A good atari Ifl tbo h������Bt thing in the  world to havo, provided you mudo it  >rourHoir.  Some'men play tho baby no ������ffootii- f  ally rhnt women wiih n atrong muter.  I  .......... .-    ...  ,. ,..,,..,  r. .,,.    n,iy rnnt wompn UrUn n utrtunic muter.'  ivith n rout   ieavi.,1 I'lovi.r   niui when    Ml mntlnct bftcb up wltb them and  -in*' 1. a widow ti.i-ii riniah in in ������tgnt     mue euro of them all their Uvea. j  __!__  ���������HIHI-W-Wt.  ���������______________ai_a -wjyvii *wnaia gTBipa  W������* .       ^���������i'^p''^,i'3J*Tt__ai!  TS  X-  QN    StEyiSW,    gSESTQBS,    B, 0.  /  S>  *2\ ���������"-  mM  *H**<*-frM4*--M*������l*������^^ '  {MY WATER*  f    SPRITE ,  *������       ., ���������   II   M ��������� IV  I  An Episode of a Sum'  mcr Vacation    ,__:  By F. A.  MITCHEL  '���������M"I"1"I"I"I">I'  T  |  [**-W������*WM*'  I  lorn  *^UfIfIIH f fJI -II f .���������*���������.������������������������ -PI������ IMI������ * "_^  IF ITS PRINTING  Vflil  **  WE CAN DO  wmmfmrnmrnmrnm,  NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR-  ''OausTON Saiiooti"  SEALED    TENDERS,     superscribed,  '���������Tondor for Creston Sohool Extonslou"  will,     bo   ���������cooolved     by      tho   Honourable       tho      Miiilotor  of    Public  Works ap to uoon of Monday, tho 80th  day of Jane, 1018,  for the erection and  completion of a two- roomed extension  to tha Hohool-hoiiBO at OroNton, in tho  Ymir Blootnral Biatrial*..  Tht work tJ bo tUialcd hum'-dlntc-lir  on ocoeproucoof tender and Aiiinhod and  handed ovor ready for oconpatiou ou'nr  before August S0������.b, 101B.  PlanH, BpocKlnationB, oont rant, and  forma of tenilor may Uo Bonn on and after tho 1 Oth dny of ,Tuno, 11)115, fit the  office of Mr. W.F. Teot'/.nl.aovoriimoiil  Ag������������������t, r^elHou; Mr. J. Compton, Secretary to lheS< hool Board, Crouton : and  lUU^UpUJ-lUlOUt   -iIYu.'w   V?o.I.,, V;���������  torlt*. ' -  Intending tendors can, for tho enm of  ton doHata ($10), obtain ono copy of tho  plans aud speciQoations by applying to  the undersigned. ThlB sum will be refunded when tho pious arc returned in  good ordor.  Each proposal must be acoompauiod by  au aacepted bauk cheque oroertlnonto of  dopofilt on a chartered bank ot Canada,  mado payable to tho   Honourable the.  Minister of PubHo   WovIb,  for a Bum  -I'tjuiil to 10 pur con I. of toudcr, which  shall bo forfoltod if thu party tendering  decline tonntorlnto oontraot whon called  upon to do bo, or if bo fail to complete I  tho work oontrnotod for. Tho cheques or  cortlflonteH   of deposit of niiRiior-oRPfnl  (oiiUuici'H will ho ictuiuou to Ihoui upou  tho execution of tho contrnot.  Tomtom will nob bo oonnldered unless  made out on tho forms Buppllod, filgnort  with tbo actual slgnaturo of tho tond'-r-  er, and onnlouud in  tho envolopoH f urn-  1u*|������im| ,  Tho lowcntor auy tondar not riooomia  l'Uy accepted.  J. E. GRIFFITH,  ,   mum.  v������ U4*������ii a.?L.4^i.4ov������.  Department of l'ablio Work",  Viotoria, B.C., Jono  10th, 1011).  3-1 2  took my summer outing in the  mountains, stopping at tbe Cliff House.  1 had not been there three days wbeu,  rowing on tbe Utile lake around which  aU the hotels were centered, 1 passed  a girl In another boat, who looked at  me for a moment scutlnlztngly and  seemed about to bow to me. But since  1 did not remember ever having seen  her before and supposed she was mistaking me for some one else I gave ber  no encouragement. In "other .words, 1  treated ber as a stranger. Since we  faced each other as we receded we  did uot ..pass out of each other's sight  for some time, and 1 could see on her  features the sensitiveness of a girl who  has spoken to the wrung "mail.  It is not to he espeoted that such an  incident ns this occurring to one who  has nothing-tu do hut enjoy himself  would pass out ot tniud. I must meet  that girl aud learn whether it. was.she  ur~i--w'io had .'made a mistake. I had  not seen her at. my hotel*, therefore i  assumed that she 'was stopping at .some,  of the others. I'lii-re were more than  ���������half :: dpsen !*.o!i?!:- in the vicinity,.and  I feared that to rind a person who.se  | name I did uot' know among so many  summer residents would he like look  ing for a needle in a haystack.  I'.iitvvhat troilb.le 'will a man not take  in'an adventure of this kind.- especially-  when be has'; nothing else, to do? 1  made the rounds of the hotels, beginning in the morning, when the guests  first come out on the porch to sun  themselves, spending some time on  each porch looking for, ray water sprite,  as I called her. but luck was not with  me. and at the end of toe first day I  had not seen ber.  I spent four days of atwo weeks' vacation going theyrounds of the hotels,,  instead, of   devoting   myself  to  such  summer sports as were at hand, looking for a girl in whom I could have no  Interest except that she bad supposed  she was passing some one she knew.  In  the evening of'.the  fourth day I.  went to a dance at one of tbe hotels,  iind as  1  was sailing around in the  waltz   there  suddenly   appeared  over  the shoulder of ber partner the face ot  ray water sprite.  Dreading to loso her, 1 wonld have  - been glad to drop the girl with whom  I -was'dancing and keep nay object In  sight, but 1 had just begun to dance,?  and experience with my   partner had  in tight   me  that  she   would  keep  the  floor as long as the music lasted.    And  ������������������he did     It was fully ten minutes be  fore Iwas released, and then she said  she must go out on to the porch fo'  some cool  air.    What could  I  ilo?    I  proved myself a gentleman, wishing al  ihe -while that I was a boor.    Ity" tin-  tiitie the girl  was ready  for the  aexi"  lance   with   another   partner,   thank  'leaven   nearly half au hour had pas**,  .���������ti     Then  It   was too late     I   hunteu  .���������verywhere  for  my  water sprite,  tin*  lid not' liml her    If the girl I had heeV  Iain-lug  with  had known my  fceliii-**  toward her tor cletninlng me I  wotiii  uive   had   another   adventure  on   inlands not so tit tractive ns the first.  The nest morning, passing the lima  ing of one of the hotels. I saw the gtr  I  sought, in  a charming rowing cos  tunie, step������4ntb a   boat nnd  pull  out  Into the lake.   I Immediately made ap  plication for n bout, but all were en-  gaged.-    Tho girl  1   wished  to  follow  could Roe me wildly running nbo'ut trying to get n hont, nnd, though I wns  not nenr enough to see, 1 fancied there  wns  ni)   n mused  am Ilo  on   her   fnce.  Then she disappeared behind nn Islnnd,  nnd I ground my teeth.  Severn! times aftor this I met ber.  nniV every lime It was my misfortune  to be so situated thnt 1 enuld not reach  hor I showed so much temper over  my disappointments that nt Inst, when  I was suffering under ono of them, her  fnce broke Into ti plonsnnt smile, There  Is nothing a girl likes so well iih to  he chased, nnd. Instead of helping the  ehiiHor to rench her, alio will throw  ohstncleH In hla way.  I ion mod enough of the gh'l who  knew mo nnd whom I did not know  to be assured thnt she was devoted to  boating Indeed. I hnd seen her on  tbe water, shooting nlong like tho  sprite for which I hud mimed her.  Po I resolved to spend n day on tho  lake In a boat, tt*ii**tlna It would givo  me 'an opportunity to catch her, I  hired n boat a I i> o'clock In tlie morn  Ing and. taking n luncheon, resolved  nru lo come, olf the water till dinner  time in lhe evening.  I hnd not been out loua be Tore my  girl pitHsed me Just as she hnd done nt  our Urst meeting, For a moment wo  looked at cneh other, surprls'-d; then,  with ii (autalining smile on her ilp������,  whe gave two or three vigorous strokes  that curried her ii'vny from me  She hnd an ndvnninge or nie In this  To I'ollin**. her I was obliged to turn,  ami. not being si skilled onrmiiiiii. bit-lend of hacking water with one onr  and giving wiiy wllh the other. I mini**  a considerable curve. After I Imd  turned I bad another disadvantage In  ;....;., .... "..,',; '.' '���������" "''���������' "'Idle shu  ���������h.������,i hf.r fnow t-i me I wns obliged to  atop rowing for a moment to noo wbero  Bho waa and anw her a short dlBtancn  away reatlnjir on bor onra.  grant me an interview, I prilled tot;  her, and when I thought 1 bad reached  tbe point where 1 bad seen her I stopped rowing to turn my head and have  a look. She was rowing a few hundred  feet ahead of me. I noticed tbe long,  graceful sweep of her oars, the regularity of tbe time between the strokes,  the nicety of ber "feather," and saw  that if she intended to give me a race,-!  notwithstanding my superior strength,  tbe issue would be uncertain.  Indeed, I was under a disadvantage  in every respect except strength. My;  great drawback was that while she;  could see me 1. could not see her. Be. I  sides, tbe lake was a long one and full  of Islands, behind which sbe could lose  herself if sbe wished to do so. I eon'  eluded to give up the chase for that  day and plan for one later tbat would  take away the disadvantage of chasing with my back toward my opponent  iu tbe race.  I pulled ashore, and while doing so ii  occurred to me that if 1 hastened witb  my preparations "I might yet be in  time to bave it out before luncheon.  I ran to my room, took down a small  mirror that hung on the wall, secured  some twine and went back to my boat  Tbe looking glass 1 set up In the stern,  and of the twine I made tiller strings  that I tied to my feet- Then 1 pulled back to where I had left my water  sprite. 1 did not have to turn to see  her when 1 came near enough to bet  to do so. I espied her lazily moving  across tbe water, but noticed tbat  though she did not seem to exert herself she made very good headway.:  I pulled straight toward ber, and as  I approached, supposing that witb my.  back turned to ber I could not see her,  she pulled across my bow. I followed  her by a curve. Catching glimpses of  her in my mirror? I saw that this puzzled her, and at the same time I bad  evidence that she was bent on teasing  me. Then suddenly sbe caught sight  of the mirror, and "it was evident to  her tbat she had iost an advantage.  She was within a hundred feet of  me when she realized that sbe could  dp no "more-fooling. It was beautiful  to see har bend to her Work. She had  evidently been,���������well' trained in rowing,  for scarcely a-drop of spray did she  knockup, while with every stroke her  boat gained headway, skimming the  water as if besmeared with the slime  of a fish.; My mirror worked beautifully, and; aided by my rudder string.-?,  I had very little disadvantage, except  for the want of skill.' It was evident  that it was a matter of brute strength  against training.  My hope was in tiring her, though  I was so clumsy that 1 was as likely  to tire myself.-.' I put on all my  strength for awhile, then slowed down,  repeating the process, figain and again,  thinking that I could recover after one'  of these spurts 'rji.iic._er than the water  sprite? But at last, finding' this did  not appear to give me much advantage,  I pretended to he fagged out and waited for tier to fall into a trap. Fortunately for me. she gave me an opportunity.    I eon Id-see the water and  THE   HOME  Of   THE  TRANSIENT  fm\  GpMMODfOUS  SAMPLE     ..g  ROOMS  THE BEST AND MOST  POPULAR  HOTEL IN**  THE kOOTENAYS  titi-m  Run on strictly up-to-date  lines. "Unexcelled service in  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.  ���������!'���������  Porters Meet Trains  W.A; HERON,  No more striking illustration of  the  rapid growth of tbe Civil Service in recent years can be fonnd than ay reference to. the Forest Branch,of the "Lands  oi ihe-Depar'T-ieni-.  It   is   only   abont  eighteen mon ths since   the   first   steps  were taken by-the Minister of JLauds to  Lands  to outline   the  organization   of  this   important  branch of the service,  yet s-o vigorously has "the matter been  pushed forward  that today  the   forest  S3i"vioe.xnay be   said to   be ccmpletad  equipped'to deal both  with the current  work and wiih  probable  increases that  maybe  expected in the   near future,  if or soiie mouths the principal duty before the Minister and  his  officials has  been toco-ordinate the work of the large  staff so as lo haudle the public business  with the maximum of business efficiency  and dispatch, and this work of perfecting the departmental iinachioe will continue to  demand   much   attention for  some time to come. The many new lines  of work, thai  have  beeu  put iu baud  uiust.be perfected before the field'-bf .'effort is further enlarged.  During tKe period of Organization  while the staff was being recruited, a  very large number cf applications for  positions were naturally received, and  although no vacancies now remain tp bp  filled, the number of applicacioarf pou-  tiuues to iucrcaue. At tlie prefeont dale  thero are some hundreds of' applications I  MANAGER  and many other countries, the forest  policy of the British Columbia having  aroused considerable attention in all  parts of tha world. In order that there  should be no misapprehension in the  matter it should be thoroughly under-  stoor'. by the public that the above mentioned branches of the service are at  present fully staffed.  Although there ore man? desirable  applicants still unsatisfied, yet, it is not  the intention to undertake for a year or  two at least any additional new work  which will necessitate any further additions to the present staff, in any of it i  branches.  Extract from "The Cjlonist",  June 15t-\.l9l3.  PROFESSIONALS  *d    o**r-n*\x"' \ r> -n  jlv. >_> i xv vv .rviS. j.  Real Estate. Loans and  era I Brokerage  Special  Gen  represeneative,  The  Beaity Company  Greston  National  B. C  the "shore behind both of us? while .she  oould not. Noticing on our port side  a narrow bay, ?i.steered tb the starboard to drive, tier iu to It. I succeeded,  and presently she found, herself iu the  mouth'.of the bay.  It was amusing to see her when she  made this discovery. She gave a few  furious strokes to atarboard, but I  headed her off. Then she made a few  strokes to port with the same result  Gradually I drove sher up the bay,  which narrowed as we proceeded, and  finally* Into the mouth qf a creek,  where she grounded. ���������  I pulled up to'hm*-and said*.  "Pardon'me for my* seeming Intrusion, but It bas occurred to nie thnt I  have hnd the pleasure of meeting yon J^n fi|e for positions either on the iutricle  somewhere, ond I wish to be enlight- I  ened."  She smiled and replied that I must  be mistaken. To this I said I was not  mistaken, and aftor laughing at me  for some tlmo she said:  "I must have grown awfully old that  yon can't place me. Three years sometimes make a great .chango In one.  Can't you recall a starlit night on  tho vernndn at ���������- Beach, when you  sat with a girl In a corner*! You told  hor thnt It was a caso of love at  first sight; thnt"-  "For heaven's sake, nro you Mlrlnm  BenchV  "No."  ���������Then you must bo Alice Arcbnrd."  "Wrong ngnln.    I'm  tho third  girl  yon proponed to that snmmor."  I reninInod silent for a few moments,  then recovered my assurance.  "Don't you know," 1 snld, "thnt. nn  tho children sny, 'the third time Is tha  charm?'"  She burst Into a merrier laugh than  before, and 1 added:  "Wo don't neod two bouts for two  persons. If you will get Into mini*  we'll tnko yours In tow and I'll pull  you In."  I handed her to a seat In the stern  of my bont. Sho took up tbo mirror  to mnko a plnco for herself. rToldlnp  It beforo ber fneo, she arvnnged soini*  strnnds of her hnir that bad heoumo  loose,  "Thnt'n womanlike," 1 snld.  "jMtd It's mnnllko." alio retorted, "to  propone lo threo girls In one boomou  nnd forget tbem."  |    " 'No more o" that an" thon lovesrt  me.'" I snld nnd culled forth n hlnsb.  ' Thai lellrt tbo Htory. I nnld to myself.  I     I pulled back to ber hotel, where 1  left her and her boat  I     "Don't you want tiio mirror*" ��������� tittUvp  DENriSTRY  E. HALL D. D, S,  IT  0\ru~~         ���������V/uioo ���������  uvot  More���������Baker Street.  CRANBROOK,  B������ C������  GUY LOWENBERG  Consulting Ehgzn_s$  'RESTQN.  ������.p.  OKELL, YOUNG ^va  Real Estate and Insurance.  stuff or for the field service, Now thut  the Forest. Protective section of the Forest Branch has taken tha field for Lhe  (ire season, the pereouel is ab its maximum. Apart from the offlco Btatf, tbe  U..-1 force alone for tho Sutnuior of this  yonr in the eleven forest distriots will  total 5160 inen.  Iu casual conversation with tho Minister of LandB It wns ascertained by"The  Ouloiiirit ihatamplication for posltlJiis  in tho Forest Branch os well as in  Water and Inepection Brtmohefl of the  L uk!h Department, still ooiitiuuo to bo  received, n.it only from rosidonts of tho  Provluce ������ui I othor pnrta of Cunadn, but  olHofroniTOngland, India, United States  OVER ������6 VlEAItO'  EXPERIENCE  HOUSES. TO RENT  CRESTON  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Firer Life and Acoidont Insnrnnoo  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  I RAIL       -       -  B.C.  CRANBROOK - B.C.  The  Funeral Director  MfENTS  TrtAD-c Mark*  irCttiaw*  Coi**vniaHT������ Ait.  Atuoiifl tionilln-' it i"H������il<"li n������i1 ^OBWlplliMi mny  nnliinivr iiiii-nriiiln <ntr lyiniuii froo ttlintlior ������n  invniiilnii l������ |������robn������������ly irrttottfjiJ-}]*^ OouimM������������������oR-   '- ���������-   -iioiillftl. MNuBDQK OiiPatBuU  nuo"ior.>"<>rj"i������>i'������i*-rj>i"j>������t������������ii������.  (liri-niirli Munn * Co. M0tlr������  I'utiintJi ihKoi) .... .   ..  Wtctiil unties, wliltout tDlinrqo, In thO_  *|Wttkln|f that nh������ hftd d������cld������d to   ittytigyd,it  her.  "No, than!"  yon.    Keep It tin n  m*i-  mento of your Ingenuity."  "1 ftuppoNO I mny call thin evcnlngr'1  ���������T'A-tni������i->     no* ihere \n no rerniulu  overlooklnit n bench.    HoBldes*. 1 linv#  grown wiser wltb ago,"  ,    IKer wiadom did not WnT6 hor, fa*  when in* tetnrnod to the city w������ weft  Itlllll  IH  loimiitrlfiiji  fro-. Ul  niitJi it  .. ..il iintla. - .  Scieiumc JfmeriCiiit.  I. lmn't'innwly lllunlniliit ?wMr.. l*rK������������t <rlr-  MilMton or miy mMnutHKi jourtik-l. ,''������'���������,*!������. ''"i  Cmurin, ���������a.w n. y������ur, ������u������ui������iu iirci������alit. Hold by  ill iitjwttlenl'irt.  MUNil & i;o.������a,MM****'- Mtiw juiit  IJiiucb Ornco. o������ V HI., Wii������iinm<-������.������������. o.  k Mirabelli  Saddle and  Harneaa   Repairing  A SPECIALTY  Dealer in   high   dn-is  IwotS Oflfl  ������*'r������nf*q  mm  llUlUL  il i  i ma m m   mt *  #,���������**���������%,   -a    i  I III V'llli%i   LHU    iiii v    i*itn  U!!LiJ1U11   lUlt dULI   ILlll  X*4i -'m'Hmmn^^mm.1...^^m.������J**..  H THE REVIEW, CRESTON, B. a  tUJANV BRANDS OF B A KINO  "** POWDER CONTAIN ALUM WHIOH  IS AN INJURIOUS ACID. THS IN*  OREDIENTS OF ALUM BAKING  POWDER ARE SELDOM PRJNtSD  ON THE LABEL. IF THEY ARE, THS  AfcuM IS USUALLY nEFERnED Tv  AS SULPHATE OP ALUMINA OR  S.ODtO   ALUMiNIC   SULPHATE.  MAGIC  BAKING  POWDER  CONTAINS    NO    ALUM  THE   ONLY   WELL-KNOWN    MEDIUM-  PRICED   BAKING ' POWDER   MADE   IN  THAT    DOES    NOT    CONTAIN    ALUM.  AND   WHICH    HAS   ALL   ITS   INGREDIENTS  PLAINLY    STATED   ON    THE   LABEL.  CANADA  The Uplift  A noted English parliamentarian  tossed back his thick white mane of  hair, stroked his white beard and said  in a broad ������cotch accent to a New  York reporter:  The rise in the world of wages has  been great, but the rise in the world  of prices has been greater. We have  hu.1 progress, but it has been progress  in the wrong direction.  A tourist was travelling in your  Far "West. As he inspected an Indian encampment he said to his cowboy guide:  And are these Indians progressing?  'Betcher life, the cowboy answered,  taking a fresh chew of tobacco.  'Betcher life they're progressing. All  their medicine men are "patent medicine men now.  AjsNa vermifuge there is nothing bo  poten������. as 2������Ioth������?r graves" Worm .Exterminator, and it can be given to the  ,'licate child without fear of in-  -!tbe constitution.  When the Trouble Began  A friend of the family had been  summoned to testify much against his  will, as to domestic disturbances in  a certain household.  You saw those blows administered? asked counsel.  Yes, sir, replied the witness.  Did you witness the beginning of  the quarrel between Mr. and Mrs.  Dash?  I  did.  When was lt?  Six years ago.  Six years ago!  ..... - o *">.cvt rrTrt f  now is .i-ia,c possi- j **-.* *-o--  A Fjght!ng parson ?,    ?  Mr. Dyke Wittlja-^'-ia-'^^'-'lKwS;  "Rough Roads," tells the following  story of an ex-prlse fighter who _6-  catne a parson.  Ih one corner of tho railway? carriage, eat a thlck-aet/bullet-headed i_-  dividijai, the very type of a Brhpama-  gam bruiser.- which ona might? __si!y  E&ve taken him to b4 wer_lt?rioi tor  hia clerical dress���������1_������ black ; broad:  oloth suit of tte regulation cut aixd  the orthodox white choker. ?: Hie had  Quietly enscoted himself in oiie of the  scorners, taking not the slightest notice of any of his fellow-travellers, excepting perhaps Jus,t to turn? lip the  wMUfc of his rather striking eyes  when occasionally the language of  two of the travellers became very violent and unnecessarily indecent.  Now these two-men wero in a fairly good position In the town they  camo from, and they would havo considered themselves Insulted to have  been classsd with the common rougtt,  one being a prosperous shopkeeper  and the other a well-known maister.  The latter was known also as a terrible bully, especially when It happened  as on the present occasion, he was exhilarated with an extra glass or two;  and he had the reputation moreover  of being useful with his fists.  No sooner was the clergyman asleep  or apparently so, than they begau  playing practical Jokes on him.  whereupon, suddenly the reverend  gentleman opened his remarkable  eyes, and at the same time tightly  closed his immense fists, and like a  fiash   of   lightning,    his    left    went   -_. .jt the noso of the greengrocer, and at the same Instant his  ���������'. ���������,;������������������...:..?      Cool, Courage  A '''^iiw'^melon^iis'io' titeKing of  Ouae escaped one night, not long ago,  from the'���������; menagerie fronting the  Hoogly, swam the river, arid entered  the Botanical Gardens at Kourah.  Early the next morning two gentlemen, one of whom I know, Btrolled  isfco the gardens; Whs.-? turning a  clump, of palms the tiger sprang upon  one of them, pinned hira to the ground  and began to. lick him. , His companion rushed up to the animal, caught  htm by both ears and kicked hlni I  Recovering his setses, and realising  tLe futility of his action, he slowly  backed from the scene, and when:  some bushes intervened, ran to ths  curator's hcase, seized a gun and on  returning to the spot found the tiger  still licking his unco_3cious victim.  He then realised tr *��������� the weapon was  a du6k gun, onarg t with large shot  only, to Are which at even a short  distance meant possible death to his  friend without killing 4ie tiger. He  walked straight up tp the animal, put  the gun to its brain, and shot it dead.  The friend was but Httlo- Injured,  his face only being disfigured where  the tiger had taken the skli oft when  licking.  THE BIRD AND TREES  the witness.  T*������  r Look here. Mr. Editor, exclaimed an  irate caller, you referred to me yesterday ks a reformed drunkard. You  musr apologize, or I'll sue your paper  toff libel.  ,tij "Very  well,   -i.\  replied  the  editor.  ���������'I'll retract the statement cheerfully.  I'll say you haven't reformed.  Minard's Liniment usod by Physician*;  Maud���������Mr. Allround is a sort of  universal genius, isn't he?  Mabel���������les, he is exceedingly clever.  Maud���������He ls something of a lawyer  and something of a musician,    What  *ta     l"i*Se*     YM*f\f<\G*C* ir\Tt *>  mmm       mm*.**       f ������ w _.-_������-_���������_. *_r ������-.   ������  Mabel���������Well, tke .lawyers call him a  musician and the musicians call him  s lawyer.  I "was a guest at their wedding, said [ ?&* "seriously dlsft^red'a ������Mful but  too prominent organ of the maislers,  and then followed a perfect storm of  blows. To defend themselves was  out of the question; they were no  sooner en their feet than they were  sent sprawling again as with a sledgehammer. '��������� ' ' .  My travelling companions aeemea  struck with amazement, but to me  the catastrophe caused uo. surprise���������  |��������� J-^ J T       ������f^1X      na-'nln       T      "j-tlQW       tul���������������t  lllUtTCU,      X      llll      v_4.4-l.nU      X      ������..���������,w.. ���������     .,���������������������������-  would happen, when these practical  jokea commenced, for I had recognised in th������ clergyman my old friend,  the invincible Birmingham pugilist,  Morris Roberts, who at that time had  one of his preaching fits on.  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 OAY3  Tour -rue-dst wil* refund money if PAZO  OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching. Blind. Bleeding or Piotrudhis Piles  ia o ie.H days.    BOc.  S&mmmWmJP*  99  ^iV^TO^  It fmparta a delig-tful glow ot vigorous  health to tha skin and leave-  it smooth ar.d soft.   Keep  your   kiddies' knees   and  bands clean v.-ith SNAP. It  does tha work.  Tear Dealer Sella Sup.  n . XX. m .   ^  O0III .���������0 Wmymmtm  Sm������ CmapaayUmiUitllntml  **^P|  ; A Famous Comedian  ! Arthur Robert^ the well-known  I comedian, in his early days was a  ��������� humble clerk by day. and at night  j kept London in merriment.    His fel-  r   Um  .1������.1.a    *~_.*-.~..   4v������^^^4MK^l    *.^-.   K������..   ������^^  j w������i%iciaa  m?������ ���������l   mia^iugii x���������*   VJ���������C3 xxx-u-  I ment that the comedian everyone was  ! talking about was tha quiet youth who  { sat amongst them. Roberts enjoyed  : the situation, and perplexed the office  | by eending tickets with Mr. Arthur  "Roberts* compliments.  At last his musical work became eo  heavy that he had to resign. .One of  the clerk3 ventured to ask if he had  got another situation. Oh, yes, I  have an evening job. That won't  bring you in much money, laughingly  calculated the -clerk; you had better  stay on here,with your good wages. .  But Roberts did not think so, and  casually mentioned that the evening's  work brought him about $200. Then  of course, he had to-divulge the secret that he was no other thau ihe  great comedian.  Mountains Resemble Women  Mountain- might easily bo compared with women. They are as infinite  ln variety, they attract, t_ey repel,  they take savage delight in coldly repulsing the advances of their admirers. Yet nevertheless the appeal of  them both is eternal and as omnipotent f.s any spell the gods have east  over men. 'Further, a man has only  to learn that a woman is dangerous  to find a delightful elusive fascination  in her. It is like charm in the conquest of* inaccessible peaks which sets  the blood of the climber astir, which  acts as a Circe-like spell in augmenting the death roll of the mountains  Tree Life Depends on Protection of  Insect-Eating Eirda  Each woodpecker in the United  StateB is worth $20 la cash, when the  value is estimated on the value ofthe  good that this bird docs to trees, says  the Manchester Union, Other birds  are worth sums proportionate to the  good that they d The nuthatch  creeper and chickadee are worth from  $5 to $15, varying with the locality and  che'condition of tree*- and crops. The  downy woodpecker is also the relentless enemy of the codling moth, an  insect that damages our apple crops  to*an extent of 812,000,000.  lu the war letween the insects and  the trees millions of dollars are being  spent each year by tree owners who  know that insects have Increased so  rapidly of late years that their trees  must be protected. The i locust and  maple trees are preyed upon by the  bag Insects; elms are sprayed in order  to kill the elm beetles, while borers  are slaughtering thi hickories.  DOCTOR SAID HE  HAD DIABETES  DODDS   KIDNEY   PILLS   CLEARED  OUT EVERY TRACE OF !T  Hew Jrcrmzimn  ,*****issamnMmtsm9un in in���������������  nrrvrmmsm..  ���������Oil Cvek-sivVc  Cleaner than coal or wood.    -Liheaper  For best results use  ROYALITE  OiL  Stock carried at all chief points.  Ah.       THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY  h^^__**-k- Limited  That's Why Mr. David Heon, of NIco-  let Co., Quebec, Ss Recommending  tho Great Canadian Kidney Remedy  To  His Neighbors.  St.. Weaceslac, Nlcolet Co., Que.,  (Special)���������"I started to take Dodd's  Kidney Pills because the doctor told  _, - __.__-    m... i.i������4.- i nie. I was threatoned with diabetes.  You may prove this from any^history j After taking ten bpxeg - was agahi ex.  amined by the doctor, and he told me  ar  mt  False Economy  Tho manager���������-The senior partner  wants us to find a berth for that son  of his. He eaye he doesn't expect  the house to pay him anything���������so  there'll be a saving here.  , The superintendent���������I don't see it.  Ot course we'll havo to hire a man to  do the work.  Lady���������Why, you naughty boy, I never heard such language since the day  I waa born.  Small Boy���������Yea, mum; I e'pose dere  wuz a good deal of cussln' de day you  wuz born.  Brown���������Tlio facial features plainly  Indicate character and disposition. In  selecting your wife, were you governed by her chin?  Jones���������No; but I have been over  since wo married.  Thoughtful Jane  Twenty minutes for refreshments!  bawled the conductor as he passed  down the aisle.  A little girl with raspberry jam on  her chin plucked him by the sleeve.  You need not atop the train on our account, she said timidly. We are going  to eait purs right in the car.  One day little Laura came into tho  kitchen and found her grandmother  shelling peas' After watching her a  moment Laura said: Oh, grandma,  please let mo help you unbutton the  beano.  Absent-Minded  Nellie   (calling to her sister)���������I'm  going to make some lemonade, Mary.  Where ls the equeezor?  Mary (In a   brown   Btudy) ��������� The  squeezer?     Oh, he hasn't arrived yet,  Ibut I'm expecting him any minute.  Ltl us sendsmtsmmr  baah* 'The evolution  ���������fth* Coobstov*"���������  at* tttUrestine  history of cooking.  It alto thts a clear,  sltnpl* dtteriptlon  of ths Dominion  Prida Jtatig*~~com -  filttui* tveryttntall.  Rtadint this book tt  like sxnminint  thm  rant* Uttlf.  Sendforacotiy-  COUPOM  1  Save 30%  on your New Range  That's about $20.00 isn't it? And you can  save it by ordering direct from the factory (the  biggest malleable range plant in Canada.)  Dominion Pride Range is the range you would  choose at any price���������a beautiful steel range with  unbreakable doors, castings and lids of malleable  iron���������a ranee th<at saves coal���������a rancfl so solidly  built that with care it will last a lifetime.  And you can secure a Dominion Pride Range by  making a small payment with your order���������the balance on terms to suit your convenience.  Dominion Pride  -,-. j    _,      .i i       S^.iS5rK_?."^I5  thousands uffon  thousands  cf Canadians have sent to us  direct for their ranges,  and we have yet to hear  a complaint. Our unconditional guarantee  goe������ with r.very range.  of Alpine casualties. Each grim  tragedy of the mountains whets the  appetite of an ever-increasing army of  adventurous spirits. Mont Blanc,  monarch o- the European giants, can  be taken as an illuminating example of  this curious trait in human nature.  Each fresh accident on Mont Blanc  serves only to engender the call of  the mountains in greater hosts of  climbers. To such people new casualties advertise but ono fact; the  mountain haa won the tussel with  some poor fellow cr other, and they  set their teeth determinedly, and vow  that a like fate shall not overtake  them. As a rule it doesn't. Yet  their excessive caution against ��������� one  wjlly enemy blinds them to others of  greater danger. Some of these  climbers' stories are chronicled in  stone behlnt the white church at  Chamounlx. There you may see a  grove of bleached crosses. They speak  eloquently of the battle between man  and Inexorable nature.  wh^**msmmp^mmmam������___���������__���������_  Well Known at Eton  Lord Lytton was seated one day at  dinner next to a lady whose name waB  Birch, and who, tradition says, waa  beautiful, if not over-intelligent. She  said, to his Excellency:  Are you acquainted with any of the  Birches?  Replied his Excellency���������Oh, yes, I  knew some of them most Intimately  while at Eton; Indeed, more Intimately than I cared for.  Sir, replied tho lady, you forget  that the Birches aro relatives of  mine.  And yet thoy cut me, said tho Viceroy. But, and he smiled his wonted  smile, I have never felt mora Inclined  to klBs the rod than I do .now.  Mrs. Birch, sad to aay, did not see  the point, and so the gossips bavo it,  told her husband that his Excellency  had insulted hor.  y^_v  w:_^���������-  "I%Mf*4M%tA  Montreal  Vancouver  SL John  that all trace of diabetes had disappeared."  This is the statement of Mr. David  Heon, well-known and highly respected here, and he is only one of-many  in this neighborhood who "Lave found  a new lease of life in the "great Canadian Kidney remedy.  It is cures such as this that have  given Dodd's Kidney Pills their reputation. They are now known from  the Atlantic to the Pacific as the remedy that never fails to cure kidney  disease, no matter where or ln what  form it is found.  Dodd's Kldaey Pills are no cure-  all. They simply cure diseased kidneys. The reason they cure backache, dropsy, rheumatism, neuralgia,  diabetes, urinary troubles and Bright's  disease ls that all of these are either  diseases of the kidneys or are caused  by disordered kidneys falling to do  their work.  Table Conventions  A certain wealthy lady celebrated  her birthday by inviting, seme of her  old country villagers to dinner with  her. They were all right as long as  the soup was just soup, but when a  footman appeared on the left, holding  out a plate with chips of toast on it,  confusion followed.  One old man scratched his head in  perplexity, until a light dawned on his  brain. Y  Here, my lad, If the wantest some  of my soup, they can have It, he said,  and ladled a spoonful on to the bread.  I A young woman failed to pans hor  examination f~r appointment as teacher In tho public school of a small  town.  Her mother was terribly disappointed and decided to interview ono ol! the  examiners. v  I am sorry, madam, tlio man said,  that your daughter did not pans bor  examinations, but thoro Is nothing ,1  can do about lt. You know, madam,  that no ono Is to blamo but horsolf.  Sho to  blamo!   exclaimed   the wo-  CAnada Malleable St Steel  Range Manufacturing Co.,  UMtTED  OSKAWA.  8������nd * fret torn ������* your book  ���������*Tt>������ t-volaUoa ���������fth* Co*k-*t***������.''  _J  In  j-Sltt-  I  man wrathfully.      Woll, sir, porluipa  you clon't know tbat thom cxamlnera I "'**.''" ,','"' ���������������������'���������  asked hor qiivstlons   about   lots   ot ,mdci  tuo pump'  things thnt happonod yearn and yearn  beforo sho was born.  Her Predicament  Sarah Bernhardt was narrating reminiscences of the stage to a group  of friends.  Mash notes, you call them, she said,  laughing. Well, I received a very  tunny mash note ouqa In a small town  of you Par West.  You aro adorable, my mash note  ran, and I'd have preferred to send  you orchids, but in this one-horse town  I am reduced t'< molasses candy, of  which I am forwarding a two-pound  bag. Will you tako supper with me  tonight? If you consent blow your  nose on the stage, and I will understand.  Mme. Bernhardt laughed again.  And the worst of It wao, sho said,  I had a. bad cold at tho time and was  afraid to blow my nose all tho oven-  lag.  The Trlan_le  Paw!  Woll,   Georgo?  Do thoy havo winter In cummer in  th- Arctic regions?  Yea, eon.  _uiu do they havo Btunin . la winter i.i tho tropics?  Exactly!  Do thoy havo spring ln fall In any  pluco?  Hardly.  Or fall in tho spring?  If you koop this thing up much longer, Cloorgo, you'll got something worso  than a fall In tin* Bprlng; I'll dunk you  Keep Minard's Liniment In the house  l���������-���������:���������   ������������������        i   ���������i   ���������   i_n ������������������������������������_���������_���������    .  Conscription  Conscription, which Is now causing  headed discussion in England, in its  modern form (for It existed la Rome)  was born in France ln 1798. Between  that year and IP 13 over four million  men were thus levied for the army of  France. Kendal is trying hard to  understand the meaning ot the word,  which some local politicians contend  means merely an old vicious system  under whloh a rich man could buy  himself ojz and another might escape  if lucky enough to draw a blank.  But France has long ago abolished  these privileges, and wo still call it  'conscription' which literally means  the keeping of a register.  Visitor���������What are you iu here for?  Prisoner���������For aattery.  Visitor���������Nonsense!  Prisoner���������Not at all, sir. Imitation  Is the slncerest form of flattery. I  am in here for Imitating another  man's Blgnature.  Brilliant Prospects  That's a wonde:fully smart child of  yours.  Well, replied Mr. Bllgglns, modestly, I don't know whether ho is so  very smart now. But If he over finds  out tho answers .to all the questions  he asks ho will bo a world-beater.  Leopold's Humor I  Wit was not commonly associates '  with the late Leopold of Belgium ta  life, but in a recent volume of reminiscences Lady Dorothy Nevll has cred������  ited his majesty with at lea3t one  good thing.  King Leopold was one addressed  by a person of "a type, half-snob, half-  revolutionary.  My only regret your majesty he volunteered, 13 that you should be a king  when you are so admirably equipped ���������  by nature to be an ideal president ol  the Belgian republic.  Thank you very much, returned the  king. I shall-remember your remark  when I go to see my doctor this afternoon, and tell him what-a pity It i������  that he is not a veterinary surgeon.  ill i __���������__i i ������������������  Costlveno88 and Its Cure .���������When  the excretory organs refuse .to perform their functions properly the ta-  testlnea become clogged. " This 1������  known as oostlvenes.. t.nd If neglected  gives rise to dangerous compllcati.na.  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills will effect  a gjjeedy cure. At tha first "Jnt-5--  tlon of thia ailment the sufferer should  procure a packet of the pills and put  himself under a course of treatment. ���������  The good effects of the pills will be  almost Immediately evident.    ���������  Somo women go ln for tho high  brow pose, while others prefer tho  low nock.  A professor, whose pupils made t_ji3  much noise, let the following naivete  slip out: Gentlemen, lt everybody b������  silent we shall be better able to die*  cover who makes the row.  This reminds us ot a medical report  which began thus: There exists a  great number of families In Dublin  who have died of cholera.  Tho poot'a lay may bo all right,  To somo it seems a crime,  For downright usofulnoHa I'll tako  Tho hen's lay ovory tlmo.  Figuring Up  Can we get along on my salary?  Lot's seo, said tho girl. We'll  need theatre tickets, flowers, candy*  Taxi-cabs will be an Item, and your  club expenses will amount tc something.  Don't overlook clothes, rent, food,  light and fuel, called her father from  tho next room. They aro Items that  always crop up.  Chatty Walter . (glancing out oil  window)���������The raln'U be here' lu a  minute or two now, sir.  CiiBtomor���������Well, I didn't order It.  I'm waiting for a chop.  The Solar  Great  Plexus a  Nerve Centre  I  A-ppaass  vv m pay  Fr-Uhfc  yMjm&HjtFTii*������*''''~~~m  Of an old Scottish reporter in at  tondanco at one of Lord Uonobory'w  mootlngfl, this Incident is told: Lord  Ro&obory was vory solemn as ho approached his peroration, and tho mooting, under tho glamor of his eloquence  Bat huohod.ln concentrated attention.  All at onco a drop ot moisture detached lttK>lf from tho glami roof and  foil with a Bplanh ou the bald head of  Mm old reporter. Wha'n Unit iiput-  tln? ho demanded In a loud and Indignant Scottish accent. The audience  burnt. Into huc.Ii a roar of litunlitei  tbat It wan eiomo time before tho "noble lord could proceed. Thin story  nffnrtlH-an Illustration of tin* In difference to the  mom  1-XlllUMI  ...     ...I.l,.I,  llli;!t|H   ui  ������..,,,, I 11 ��������� m  lly often breeds In the old nml ui'.mou*  id reporto.'.  Look ������*t tha Clock  He would t-roinotliiies return homo  lulu ut night, after hla bettor half  hod retired, and when sho asked hh i  what time tt was, would answor:  About twelve, or a Httlo aftor midnight.  Ono night, Instead ot making tho  ueual inquiry, sho snld: I wish you  would stop that clock, I cimnot sloop  for tho nolso.  All miBUbplelouu ho uloppc''. Iho pendulum. ,  I.i the mornlnc, Villi** dr-vwlnj;, hi"  wlto Inquired artlc ���������ly: Oh, by tho  way, what time did you get home?  About midnight, replied tho erring  one.  Alonzo, look at Mint, clock!  i'l... it.tnitn nf tlio MftoV tintitled to  2:30.  With the nltiElo exception of tho  brain itself, the solar ploxua lo tho  most Important norvo contra 'In tlio  human body.  Situated Just, back of tho atomaeh  and clo_o to tlir nplaal cord, the r.o-  lar ploxua supplies tho motor norvos  to tho vital organa. Injury to or  woaknoBB ot tlio solar ploxus oonao-  quently moana incapacity ot tho vital  organs ot tho body. Thlu oxplalnB  why a blow which roachOB tho eolur  plexus moans holpleutmoHB to tho person receiving It.  Tlieuo nerv- cm Iron all domand an  enormoiiB quantity of good, rich blood  uud, falling to sc* tW". ^ r���������',^v', ',',,,f,  nro starved and duple1 ed, and fall to  cupply vital  energy to tho dtgeatlvo  and eliminating organa.  Tho    wondertiil    buccobb    of    Dr.  W.   Kl    U.  05-  l*#l  4*������h 00m*. 3 m*  Chaoo'fl Norvo Food ln revitalizing  and reconstructing tho brjkon-down  nervoiiH nyfltom In i.uo to tho fact that  it BiipplloB nutrition to norvo oolla  through tho m.dlum of tho blood  Dtreanl.  Weakness ot the stomach, failure  of tho llvo.* and kidneys to tutor tha  blood, inactivity of tho bowola and  toolings of fatigue and discouragement  usually arlso from an cxhauatcd condition ot tho norvvia t>yutom. The  norvo controB, such au the solr.r plaic-  uu, havo not tho noryo for.,o to work  tho machinery of Uio body.  Tho mobt natural treatment luiag*..  1n!*bl<-* 1ft Dr. rthnnni'd Nerv* Fond, nml  Its beui-niti uio lasting, because It actually robiilldH the wasted ond biolcon-  down nerve colli-*.  mm warn m  50 cciitii a box, 0 fer $2.50, at all doalern, or KdnmnRnn, ,\ii.t<n fo Co.  J ted, Toronto.  Urn- THE REVIEW, CBESTON, B. OVi  /���������'  pes  J">.Jk jJ1U.������H  .*-���������* <fj  "*" j  "--a  ��������� ^i  i'   *.   1 1  J     I'-'Hi  xfgfa cnee ef Haz-a*- pxeSi* wet Meted to Mm that the young aviator, ta������  ������@osed at ibe banker's _etuctance ia  "accept him aa the suitor ef hie daughter, might be sending them both to do  str_ct!o_. '    " ^    !  "Hazen 1" he shouted suddenly.        i  "Well?" returned the ether without  turning his head.  "I understand the situation now.   II  you're using my safety as a lever upoa  ���������sfiPFO���������������  CORSET G0VE8L  r  A New Undorblbuse Made From Two  Thicknesses af Thin Fabric, j  Alter women were Inured to the idea  tbat a transparent blouse called for a  ���������M������������������ emj issas" corset co^er they be^tin  to look about to see what fabric could  be used to ihe best advantage. Tbey  tried silk, but it was not satisfactory.  THE LAW AUD THE GAMBLER.  PECULIAR HORSES.  Iff-  which to swing my 'decision' in yous   as it gave too definite an impression of  favor you've attacked tho wrong man,  Mr. Lysander Tatem looked upon the  latest invention of tbe young man who  wanted io be bis son-in-law with aa-  concealed interest He had accepted  &e invitation to witness the trial  Sights of Jules Hazen's new aeroplane  Witb all tbe skepticism that the bard  beaded man of business brings to bear  ttpon tbe fanciful dreams of tbe inventor of things, and he also brought along  Wltb bis distrust a strong dislike for  Sbe youth who bad dared tc fail in love  Wltb bis only child. Katherlne.  Ratherine stood beside bim, small  iiiu liiir uiiu wonderfully Interested in  the eouipllcatlon of canvas and machinery which Jules so skillfully guided  through t be air? There were just the  three of them���������Jules, Katherlne and  feer father.  Jules essayed another flight, and as  Ids machine rose gracefully to the level of the treetops Mr. Tatem shaded  _!s eyes with bis hand and followed  _is"''course. At last he brought his  eyes down to earth. .-?-?"--??  "It must be a fascinating pasUirie if  ?e_e'is young and can afford to spend  the time aad money,". h_ added hastily.  ���������/."That is-Jules' profession, father. ��������� I  Suppose be might as wellbean. Inventor as a banker or broker or anything  ���������Ise," said Katherlne witb spirit  "Don't you think the life of an .aviator, for instance, contain^ niore risk  than that of a banker?" demanded Ly-  eender Tatem, who was fond of an  argument.  "No, indeed." and   Katherlne lifted  fcer pretty brows In surprise.   ?"_ust  ' think of all the bankers who are killed  In automobile accidents!"      -_Y  "Humph!" snorted Mr. Totem irajpa-  *Sently,    "As   if  a   man's  profession j  sande a ny difference when two auto- r  mobiles .come together.   Just as many..-.-  lawyers arid brewers go to smash, my !  ��������� Sear, as bankers.   Be sensible uow and  admit tbat Hazen's profession or trade.  or whatever you call it of inventor and  erlator is a hand to mouth existence  ���������t best. . Did you -ever hear of many  ���������rich inventors. Katherlne?"  ������������������No." Y  "That's tbe situation In a nutshell.  Hazeii Is as poor ns a church mouse. |  ? I suppose he thinks If he marries a !  banker's daughter he'll have a backer  for his inventions."  Now the aeroplane swooped downward and' ailgiUed;;bWfoi*eitiem?''.tiiles'.  leaned out. bis keen young face alight  With jiiesisUre. ,,.  "Will you.go up with me. Mr. Ta-  ������_.m}V' i%n ssked. ��������� "I'm sure you'liYen-  joy the sensation of soaring in space.  I promise to return you safe and sound  to the earth."  Lystiuder Tatem hesitated for a moment, un'd then, persuaded by his daughter's encouraging smile and ashamed to  admit bis own reluctance to leave tbe  earth In that manner, he stepped into  the sent beside the young aviator.,  The banker clung desperately to the  slender supports as the birdlike machine swooped up, up, above the tree-  tops and then glided evenly along  above tbe earth. After the flrst sickening feeling as be Baw the ground  with its familiar objects dropping  <wvay beneath them, where Katherlne  wood a Uuy" speck waving a pin point  ef white after them. Lysander Tatem  ireally began to enjoy the sensatlou of  flying. He felt u now respect for the  young mon who wanted to be hla eon-  In-law. and ho earnestly hoped that  the science would bo perfected with  bucIi rapidity tbat be. too, might en-  Joy the sport of air flying.  Jules Hazen said little. Now and  then be Indicated the blurred outline  of a city beneath tbem or explained  tho working or tbo machinery to tho  Interested "passenger, who grew moro  exhilarated aa the minute*- passed until an hour bad gone by.  "Where aro we now?" he nuked at last.  ' "IJIakcport," returned Hazen an he  swung tbe machine circling about nud  bonded for home. "Tbero'a rather a  nasty wind coming up from tho north-  ���������BRt.   We'll seo If wo can't beat It."  They didn't beat tho rapidly rising  Wind. It mado such headway that tho  aviator guided hla machine to a higher  ���������trntri, hoping to cscapo tho unfavorable wind. Higher and higher tlioy  'arose until tho feeling of nausea attacked the bankor again, nnd bo wub  obliged to exort every effort to maintain hla scut  "CIobo your eyes I" commanded  Iffulftfl. And Mr. Tntem wan gladly  ������bcilient. Tbo fli'Rt doubta of tho aviator's ability to tako blm homo again  Bow assailed blm.  ; "What's that?" Ho bad to repeat  ifblH t pi eh Lion in iiu/.un'������ ear, uceutibo  'tbo engine* nvna giving forth such shnrp  ���������taccato clacks tlmt hearing waa dlf-  -cult.  I   "Wlint's what?" shouted -uteri.  !   "That iioIho, llko tho crocking of all  thn Bteol rltiB," explained tho uneaay  I pat-monger.  i "Knglno mlflsing strokes," nnld Julen  |brloi!y, and Mr. Tatoro had to bo con*  tout with that explanation,    wm, not  ���������understand?" He^screamed tbe last  word in Hazen's ear, and the Isttes  -fioudeu, unsmiling, bnt etui the rna-j s^uabied on flsh pink chiffon cloth as  wbat It was beneath the blouse and  -seked like lining. i  search that some one  T4>    mtpna    lw_    +f_,-f__  mm    ot mi*   ������m    ������aaa_������  for long was he natlsfled with tho alt*  '���������nation. Tho machine wan mailing  'through spaco with terrifying apecd.  I Below  tbem   wero cold,  gray  clouds  lfc.l/1 nl.o���������n Jl������4.rv(   ..   /.}f\mm    ,1oon   l.lii,.   <*Vv  lirom which tbo mm shone warmly.  I   Thero was absont tho smooth gild*  Ing motion which had at flrst. fusel-  'Bated him. nnd ibcro wnn something In  tbe action of tlio engine and In the  chine went on its rushing course.  "Where are we now?" Mr. Tatem  yelled again.  "Give it up.   I can't tell yet"  The banker looked at the grim profile beside blm, and something gave  way ln his spinal column.   He must  reach solid ground again at any price,  be told himself.   Jules Hazen might  not prove so undesirable a husband fo: J  Katherlne after all, he argued.    His  own safety was a matter of paramount  Importance just then.  All at once the aviator reached for- .?,.  ward and did something to the machinery, and tbe aeroplane dipped down,  down, down, until it speeded toward  the gray clouds at s sickening angle.  Then tbey were enveloped In the damp  clouds and were out of them with the  earth far below, and they were certainly falling down. Lysander Tatem  lost his self control as he realized this  fact''      y '.' .' ���������"'"-..  ?4,Hazen^ be criedj "bring xne safely  to earth again and I'll consent io your  marrying my daughter."  Jriles turned a flushed face to his  and made ah untelliglble reply. Still  Ihey fell toward the earth, while the  engine gave out that irresponsible  staccato click. AH at once Hazen  leaned back in Ms seat, touched a  lever and fumbled with some handles,  and immediately the aeroplane stayed  its dizzying fall, the engine swung into  rhythmic beat, and they hung in? the  air for a moment while the aviator  took his -bearings. Then they went  inward, perhaps a couple of hundred  feet above the earth, until the banker recognized the familiar layout of the  aviation field below.  Slowly, gracefully, like a weary bird, '"  the machine glided toward the field  and st last rested safely on it   KatbY  erine Tatem  ran  toward them  witb  nuttering handkerchief.  As Lysander Tatem stepped to the  ground, stiff and sore and quite fagged  by the exeitehient of the flight, he  turned a pale and angry face toward  Jules Hazen.  "Of course I shall keep my word,  young man," be said harshly. "But I  shall always have the greatest contempt for your methods!" and he  strode toward bis daughter, who was  quick to observe the strained relations  between them.  The appearance of the Tatem motorcar at that Instant made the leave taking a matter easily concluded, and soon  Katberine and ber father were on the  way home.  "You haven't said anything about  the flight father," said the girl after  awhile. "You were gone so long I waa  afraid that something had happened."  Lysander Tatem swallowed a lump  in Ms throat before replying. "It was  nn. unusual experience, my dear. It  had one result'which will gratify you���������  I have told Hazen that he has my con-  Bent to your, marriage." .  Katberine- warm hug was received  by her father with manifest discomfort, and, perhaps realizing that thi*  ���������wielding of his really caused him suffering, sho soon settled quietly beside  him and was silent.  *       *       *       *       *       ���������       ������'  Several   days   passed   before  Jules  Hazen   made  his  appearance  at tbe  town house of Lysander Tatem. Then  he   asked   for  the   banker  and   wan  ehown into the gloomy grandeur of the  library.  Mr. Tatem was reading boforo u  west window, where tbo afternoon  sun touched bis white hair Into a sort  of golden radiance tbat made him look  unusually benevolent as he nroso to  greet hla visitor. This effect disappeared as soon as he stepped out of tbe  sunshine, nnd Hazen saw that bis face  was grim and uncompromising.  "I'vo been expecting you, Mr. Ha-  een," said the banker.  Jules lifted  hla dark eyebrows.    "1  waa afraid you wero laboring, under a  delusion, Mr. Tatem," ho said gravely, ,  "and I called to set your mind at rest.  Whllo wo woro in tho nir tho othor  day   tho   machinery   actually   wont  wrong, aud I really thought wo woro  both going to destruction.   After you  mentioned  your daughter I suddenly  realized   thnt  you   wero   Katborlno'n  fiilli-i*   und  must   bo  saved  for   her.  Thon my wits enmo back, and I recollected tho emergency levers.   Tho rest  was easy.   T relcaBo you from any rash  promise you may havo mado In tho moment of dangor."    Ho turned toward  tho door with a slight Inclination of  his bead.  "Walt!" snld Lyaaiidcr Tatem In an  agitated voice. "What about Ktttlier-  Ino? I bavo told her that you havo my  consent"  Tho ticking of tho clock broko regularly on the sllouco that followed?  Jules Ftozon'o handsome face wort nn  expression of obotlnato pride. Lynn ndcr Tatem found himself hopln-c  that Huzou'h pildo would givo way tn  lovo for Katborlno.   His own faco wan  Mtlflt-Jlbia     -villi     pity     ������'������>l      4(1(1    (llMU'llflfJ  who was ovorythlng to blm.  ���������"Hazen," ho said manfully, "I'm  proud, but I can awallow it for Kntb-  erlno'a noke. I can't faco her and ten  her It wnn n mini nitre���������she In nn hnnnv.  Will you let bygones be bygonea?"  .lilies liazeii'H race cleared ns If bv  magic. "Thank you, air. n'dii won*  rofrret. Ihe trust you bavo plnced In ni*.  Bbull we go together and Had barr  en admirable fabric, which is almost  Prohibitory  Legislation .is Spreading  AU Over the World.  In 1909 France passed a law making, i. a criminal offence publicly to  lay odds against horses and the Transvaal Parliament not only prohibited  betting on all sports, tmt forbade  newspapers publishing betting information prior to races or other?snorting events.. In both these co?untrie3  the Governnieht takes '-"'a -percentage  of the gross takings.  There is probably no country on  earth in wihieli the gambling spirit is  stronger than Australia. Betting on  racing became a notorious evil and  all kinds of games of chance flourished. At last, in 1906, the Governments  of New South Wales arid Victoria  took -'strong, action.; Gaming ?housei3  were. quarantined aiid afterward anyone found.in.them?could be arrested  They Have Little Hair and Eat Suitor  and Sugar With Fiour.  Tbe greatest peculiarity of the Turkoman  breed of  horses is  their 'lawlessness.     They   have   naturally   very  little mane, and what they nave is ui-  wa"a carefully cut off.    Their skin !s  Very soft and thin.   Colonel ste'vurt tu'  '"Through Persia In Disguise!' tells of  the great care takeii of these animals.  "Tbey are.never stubied. but picketed  In the open? Tbey are, however, warmly clothed.    First the Turkoman puts  over his animal a thick felt body covering of the size that an English horse  wears.    Over this be  fastens an immense piece of felt  bbat  covers the  horse's ears iind" his whole body down  ?to his hocks.    This clothing be keeps  In place with a long roller, wbieb is  For the Children  T  Miss     Bertha      Kountze.  Who Posed  For Charity.  without a warrarit arid imprisoned for   passed^tbree.Umes round the horse's  six months.    The regulations regard-   body.  ing racing were most drastic and  practically ���������amounted to prohibition.  Public lotteries are fast disappearing. After flourishing for over 250  years the British stiate lottery was  abolished by law in 1836, The Xouis-  iana7'State lottery���������-the last-in America���������had an enormous vogue throughout tihe country. It was abolished  nearly 20 years ago. France legislated lotteries out of existence in 1910;  Italy is abolishing them the ptesent  The Turkomans feed th.ir horses  when in camp on barley or ebopped  Btraw and give tbem Hour and sheep's  tail fat or clarified butter when tbey  are going to call on them for great exertion? .1 mysiXf in India have often  given my horses a pou nd each of flour  and coarse sugar and half?a. pound of  clarified butter made into balls wrhen t  have ridden them far and wanted them  to go on again.    The horse easily dl-  year:   Practically the only important   gests this ration, 'and he is ready to  public lotteries remaining are the  Prussian state lottery and the famous  ������������e 'held at Hamburg.  Eibulette and rogue-et-noir were  played openly all over Europe until  nearly the end of the 19th centufy.  Now brie must, go to a private club  or to Mohte Carlo to indulge in these  start sooner tban if a feed of corn is  given him. It is also supposed to give  great strength.  Turkomans give their horses almost  anything they eot themselves. A!-  thoiigb hardy in respect of food, tha  horses require a good deal ot care as  foxiria of gambling.   Belgium kgislat-  to clothing, for Sne coats and delicate  __-TS* tilTT-B KECS BOW.  aa cobwebby as chiffon itself but has  better wearing qualities, for it is woven out of stronger thread.  When it was made up in a simple  mariner it bad no character, it did  not"really eoriceal the white chemise  beneath, arid it did not give any definite color to the blouse above. Flowered ribbon was used iri small poy?st.or:  aa a band* run through long batten-  boles tbat were placed around the figure, bat this idea ���������'proved too eoIorfuJ  and did not look especially well under  all kinds of blouses.  ad against public   gaming   11   years   suins  ago, with financial loss to Ostend^ana   colds.  other famous centres which practically lived-on gambling.   Paris is full of  illicit card rooms, but they constantly are being raided in spite of the fact,  that the Government imposes a heavy   It   Is  tax on their huge profits.  make them very susceptible to  @ 1918, by American Press Association.  |  When a short time ago tbe members  of New York's?Four Hundred decided  to give a series of tableaux representing famous paintings for tbe benefit of  a charity fund there was much scouting about to find children who could  with fair accuracy portray tbe subjects  to be presented. Little Miss Bertha  .Kountze, daugbterof Mr. De Lancey  Kountze, was selected after several  candidates bad been refused to portray  the painting of "A Little G iri," as pictured by Sir Joshua Reynolds. The  half tone shows her as she was snapped by the photographer. She made a  pretty picture and one that Is considered a good replica of the original.  LEADERS  OF  MEN.  Hats Are Modern.  I .Once in a while we do seem to come  across something which ancient people did'not possess.   Hatsr apparently   thority of a chief.   .. .-  " "     ������������������������������������'--- As enthusiasm becomes inflamed it  by   Success   That  They   Attain  Prestige and Power.  As soon as a certain number of living  beings are gathered together, whether  they be animals or men, they  place  themselves instinctively under the au-  rfigure  among   this   niirhber.  For hats,,we are told, did not become?'a well-established custom -until  some 500 years ago. In the year 1449,  -when Gharles II. entered Kouen alter  its recapture by the French froai the  En^s_?\hep?o_.le^ there ^hadiever become. It  beiore set eyes on a nac. xiiejr,������_jtt/._- ������.... v- ������������..v_i  ment   therefore, cari be?pictured  as  outside it vanishes, and every contrary  k. , ��������� ���������_  they'gazed upon  their \King. riding  ojilnion appears to bim an error or a  Then came the inrush of those fancy   past them in pomp and on his head  superstition.    In time by  affirmation.  * * *���������_     ���������    JL       *_���������   m.  J_        mm,ZXV*        ������n������-rtAl/*.-i-0/*3 ...*_      _  happens most often th.nt the then leader Is be who started as one of the led.  He has-himself been hypnotized by  the idea  whose apostle be bos since  bas taken posseS������l->aYof  ���������   .lnnfoA   flinf _ifnt.cthlnir  little roses which the great masses of  women do not yet know bow' to use  and which the majority think belong,  only to picture frames and bureau ornaments, but they were found speedily  satisfactory as an ornament to this  pink chiffon corset cover, and '*t present this is the accepted idea  a gorgeous hat lined with varicolored, repetition  and contagion great powes*  Bilk  arid  gayly bedecked with huge  plumes.  Of course everyone followed, his ex-  ample. Hats began to make their appearance in shop windows and_ women  and men alike labored over the^con-  8tructing of elaborate headpieces,  each  one   attempting  to  surpass  his  is given to bis ideas, and he acquires  that mysterious force known as prestige. Every successful man, every  Idea that forces itself into recognition,  ceases ipso facto to be called in qnes-  ,tion.::'  The proof that success is one of the  This underbiouse is made fro'ri- two;^neighbor if possible.   But they were   principal steoplng stones to prestige la  thicknesses ofmaterial in order that?  It may not be too transparent for we :  ���������nnot 41i.o���������_   the-   lino onmowhoro    nnil  if;  is gathered into a scanty frill of thin  white lace. Over the shoulders go  half inch straps of piak satin ribbon  which end in front in flat rosettes  made of three roses witb green leaves.  Tbe natty little neck bow illustrated  forms an attracUve finish for a blouse  waist It is made of small lengths of  black velvet and satin ribbon, one end  trimmed with small white pearl buttons.  THE COURSE DINNER.  How This Meal May Be Well Served  With One Maid.  Many of our housewives who want  the elegance of a course dinner, j*et  who are limited to the services of one  maid, would be much amazed at tho  ease with which tbey can both cook  and serve if a little forethought bo used  in tbe menu.  A preliminary cocktail, prepared beforehand from a bottled sauce or ketch-  up and oysters or clams, makes a good  beginning nud can bo uiude ready in  tho early morning and placed on ice to  good advantage.  A clear soup with vermicelli or  noodles oan bo cooked the day before  and may simmer quietly for half an  hour beforo serving tlmo without  fnrtbor care.  Fish is well represented by deviled  crabs, seasoned and turned Into Uttlo  mounds in tho center of acnllop shells.  This may be done nny time several  hours previous to tho feast and all  thoy need nt mealtime Is a simple  browning in the oven.  Largo nnd substantial roasts nro not  only hard to prepare and serve, but also  fill tlio ovon to the exclusion of everything else, bo It Is advisable to have delicious Httle-BtcalcR, fillet of beef, with  canned poitK nud pouune do torro uu  gratln, ond prepared early In tho day  from mushed potatoes and a sprinkling  of I'M ted chopHO.  Most saladn may without serious In-  Jury bo mixed several honm beforo  using and placed in 11 largo bowl in tho  rofi'l_orator, placing It on tho lettuce  leaven ~at nerving time. Cheese balls  tire better inudo early and iced.  Certainly for dessert nothing could  bo moro delicious, moro appetizing or  moro'decorntivo than Individual char-  lotto riiHRo, moro popular than ico  cream,   wllh  hot  maple or chocolate  BUUCO.  t������.H,W.,IW'.l|MWW4l1il'-*HI*-ll|-l llll-ll���������_   mi  ���������  A Bowl Shower.  A very practical shower for n brldo  who Ih lo keep hoiiHi* tH one to which  tlio gnoRts are asked to bring bowls.  Them nro wooden chopping bowls,  brnflu and copper bowln. finger bowls  of  glaaa   nnd   of   melnl.   iniiyonniilNO  lio It'll    "������~f*l    rfff.n    mi    nni.pti     IiaivI        Trt  mako fun part of the refreshments  could bo nerved In bowln nnd the tea  In atimll lintullo-in cup*, which nro lovely to uae for Individual golatln" -"d  j������lllcs.  texpensiver and it was a long time be  fere * they, could be worn  the prosperous classes.  In the course of time, however, nu������sy  became a riiore commonplace thing  arid people el all classes were able tc  "afford them?  except  by  the:  The New Chinese Alphabet.  Chinese scholars have formulated a  new alphabet after a study of all the  alphabets of the world which will  supersede, it is said, the cumbersome  ideograms which we,re the pride ol  the ancient Chinese as well as the  puzzle of the modern world. Five  vowels have been taken from the  Latin, four'irom tlie Greek, {our from  the Russian, one from the Chinese,  and two are elongated signs, and  seven'are reversed ideograms. Fourteen consonants are Latin, three Russian and two Greek. With these it  is declared to be possible to write  nil the words used in any part ol  China. An effort, is to be made at  once to introduce the new alphabet  into official oircles.  The Invention of Wireless.  ��������� Guglielmo Marconi was only fifteen  years old when he studied at the universities of Bologna and Padua and  began his electrical researches. In the  course of tho next few year*") he began  the study oi tbe so-called Hertzian  waves or electrical impulses, which  travel through the air without the use  of a wire. In 1805, when he was only  twenty year-", okl.'hia advanced knowledge on this obscure subject inspired  him with tho theory that these waves  could bo sent out and received at will,  and in that yonr he constructed the  first wireless apparatus, tho efficiency 1  oi which astonished the world.   ____.  1  A Curious Notice.  This curious official notico was once  published in Germany: "At the request of Herr Wilholm J.eigfton nf  Innsbruck tho seaman, Johnan Leig-  son, who was drowned in May, 1800,  on a journey from Stockholm to Ham-  burg in tbo Kaiser Friediri-h. ������������ hereby called upon by the courts to appear and report himself on or beforo  April 1, 1831, undor pain 0! being declared dead."  Glass Dishes.  When two glass tumblers or dieboa  stick together ao that tlicro is danger  of breaking in getting them apart,  put, cold wut.r in tho inner ���������one and,  hold tho outer ono in warm wator,  and they will separate at once.  Revising  tbe   Declaration.  "All men were created equal, wero  thev not?" asked Mr. MeeUton.  "litjual among themselves," replied  bin wife, "but tm between lliomselvos  arid  un.  distinctly inferior."  'that'the disappearance of one is almost always followed by.-the disappearance of the other. The hero whom  the crowd acclaimed yesterday is insulted today should he be overtaken  by failure. The reaction indeed will  be the stronger in proportion as the  prestige   lias  beeu great���������Le  Bon  iu  Verdi as.a Politician.  The name of 'Verdi, we are told, was  md  _-l     ���������*-**������ ���������-���������I/'*.-*"?  Ho  belonged to the Italian Nationalist  party, and his namo was scribbled on  the walls of Italian towns which were  uuder Austrian rule. This honor, bow-  ever, as Is carefully explained, was not  paid to Verdt himself, as his name happened by accident to be formed by the  initial letters of "Victor Emmanuel  Itol d" Italic" with which Inscription  Italian patriots ofteu cover tbelr walls.  Verdi was a politician. He was elected  deputy, and subsequently Emmanuel  made hftn a senator. The story Is told  that tho maestro was In tbo habit of  or.chestrnthjg the sittings of the chamber of deputies and noting tbe tone of  the various speakers, bo that ho could  go up to each of them in tho lobby and  tell him that his speech was in such  nnd siicb a key.���������Westmlnster Gazette.  The Bluebird.  ���������"Trr.e-a-iy, true-a-ly," sings Mr. Bluebird from  his perch   while his mate  goes about "house bunting."  "'True-a-ly, true-a-ly." he gently warbles, and then be, too, goes and inspects  the knothole in tbe old tree, all tba  while keeping np bis song tbat is on������  of tbe sweetest and tenderest and truly  "love songs" of animate creation.  His ways are ways of pleasantness,  but his paths are not always those of  peace.    His mate selects knotholes or .  deserted woodpecker boles in thetree  or? nesting boxes that have been put  up in the dooryard.    For these, different places he often must fight to obtain  possession, for martin, wren and English sparrow will lay claim to these desirable premises.   But when the nest is  completed arid his mate is sitting be  watches the place with a jealous care  and will drive away, with many a savage thrust of bill (showing that be, too,  bas a temper), any bird that alights  near the sacred nest    .\VMIe she is  brooding be Is very attentive, bringing  ber food and ^cheering .?her; with his**  ? singing-   ���������-'-'.-?-,_?-. '; titi.,. ���������*':':: ���������?'   ������������������  Curious Button Law.  i There was u time when most fop������  elgners traveling to England bad to  ? visit n .tailor on arriving, in order io  have their buttons changed. According to a law passed In the eighteenth  century, any iier_u_. In I���������ig.u'ui wcui-  ing buttons made of cloth, serge, drugget or frieze was liable to a penalty  of $10.  The author of one of the earliest!  of  guidebooks.   "Le   Parislen   a   Lon-  dres," warns visitors of the law, adding: "Some people call  ft an iniquitous regulation, but in my opinion II  Is  both Just and wise, since It prevents the button makers being Tulned  by sudden changes of fashion and encourages the manufacture and exporf  of their wares.   A foreigner wearing a  coat with cloth buttons made In  his  own country Is not  fined when first  charged with this breach of law.    Ho  must, however, bastcn to obtain proper  buttons or he may bo arrested again  on the following day."  Dlecournftloc  Oinliislon.  "Mv doctor tellH me 1 may wit what-  over I like."  "Then why are you looking do down  in the mouthr"  "TT" flMn'f '-.11 ���������<���������,/. 1iaw in r-nt If"  A Generouo Rebuke.  Nicholas Wain, one of the great men  of tho time described In "The Colonial  Homes of Philadelphia nnd Its Neighborhood," had a wit as whimsical ns  X-amb-s, although thero wns less of it  Annoyed by repented depredations  upon bis woodpile, bo bought a cart  lond of wood and sent it to tho offender.  "Friend," wob the courteous explanation that accompanied the wood. "I  was afraid thee would burt thyself  fulling off my woodpile."���������Youth's Companion.    j Uses of Enthusiasm.  "I didn't know you woro nn especial  admirer of the mnn who got elected."  I    "i'm not," replied tho practical politician.  I    "Then why so much enthusiasm.-"''  "It's tho only way I can suggest to  my  constituent!*"  that  maybe   1   hnvo  p.onii> Influent"*  with   Iilm.'*���������Washington Star.         And He Was Cruel to Her.  Lnwyer-I think I can get you a divorce, madam, for cruel and inhuman  trentment, but do you think your hui-  band will Hght tho ������ultV Womnn-  Fight! Why, the Ilttlo ehrlmp dnno't  even como into a room whoro I ami���������  r'Vttt*������ Mi.4<l,f*r  LlK������   a   iitlO   tg(J.  T]ioii|_li a man with 'moiiny bu- ������  bnd^fgjjf. ) ������'i>pl������ .-oldoin tako, offenuo  uulil  he  ih biirko.  A Trylno Role.  "ftemember, Arthur, you are the aon  of a gentlenmn. Try to bohnro like  one for Jtmt one dny."  "All right, niolhur, but it will spoil  t'llU   M IIUIU lill.1    Cut    ui*.'���������������.u������>.  Much IftltHtl Is urtcn lost for w*nt of  tttirU vWiir������iia.   U;.*or-ie t-liot  Conundrums.  What is the difference between a  mother and n barber? One has razors  to shave and the other shavers to  raise.  What kind of business never makes  progress? Tho stationery (ary) business.  Why Is Ireland likely to become the  richest country In tho world? Bo-  cause its capital is always Dublin.  Why is a bad riddle like a poor pencil?   Because it has no point  How do you swallow n door? Bolt it  Why Is n thump like a winter hatl  Bccauso It Is felt  Why ought a fisherman to bo very  wealthy? Because his.aro nil net  profits.    Come of Horses* Tails.  You muat nil watch carefully and  whon you ace 11 horao In tho tllstaneo  guess the color of Ita tall. As the horso  gotfl nearer and nearer tho excitement  becomes intense. The player who  guesses correctly acores fi, and thu  player who scores 20 first wins tho  cr.i-o.  Dandy Dsnrlelleri.  Dear Utile noldvn flower,  DrtttiinliiK Un* duyu uwiiy,  Can you count each ptiBHltu* hour?  Do you know the lime of rtnyV  Will you kindly toll me  Wlien'you ohiinge your froeUT  Are you a ttondy dntitlrllon.  Or are you x four-o'clock?  In thi*. Rrfen i-mnii crrowtnor  . -jaw your t_olrten honrt.  tint wh*n I run to plnoli you  "uj,v  u.i 1 Hum niuiliui   n.ili'i.  "Wftlt eiwlilt������, my iflrllft.  >nd tttm I>ew1y rhnnir* lifr frorJfc.  Thon yetit* yollow flnrntrllon  Will b# a four-o'cloolt."  I've wettr'tiw-J yon tn the nii>o������low.  W* ..   .,*.       -4 ���������    <***���������>',>    <s 0. .. ..   .   M     ��������� m.     .'mm  Yon tihrttif* Into * i>n*r ti������M  ������iow strartitre lhat ���������onmni n������ ti������**i  Anil new you're tltTy-tiuty.  Hut I do not llUe your frnflc.  Vi*mum be ������ il-iirtv ilnndcllun  .   Aa4 p** * fourro'cl-Kkl \s^BmmiswMmS      _   -. **ajerries  GUARANTEED HOME GROWN  Cellared���������Roots iu earth-, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  H Established 1900 by the HON. SV1ARTIH BURRELL  M Minister of Agriculture  fj| ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH ATCATALOCUE PRICES   ������  fc-For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON. Agent. Creston, B. C.  ���������Sti-g&k!  N������LSON'LAND DISTRICT  DISTRIOT OF WEST KCOTBNT  TAKE   uefcice  ihat E.   T.   Opie  of  Warduer, B. C  occupation  mechanist,  iutends to apply for permission, to purchase the following described lands :-  Commencing at a post planted on the  |' east bank of Gont River 80 chains north  s3 i  ef tbe north west corner of Sublot 13 of  Lot -lai _, Gronp 1, thence east 20 chains,  !������ [theuce north SO chain "i, thence v. est 20  chaiues, moie or le������s to the east bank of  Gout liivfr, thence southerly along said  east bank of   Goat  River the point of  commencement,    coutainiug  160 acres  more or less.  -idward T  Opie.  Wm. Arrowsmith,  ^sL'-vY ti  ������������������*  tik  I 1  i :  * ���������  ti  t i  t-i  /Waai'  .4ti:y&s>-.H  stiLnti.titi\  mmm  m*\ l i:'titi S;A  ������-������; Date 21 April,'1913.  -*-(���������_��������� "*-*���������*-  fe4^3l  0tit\ ty.'tiyy:-ti-ti\  a-.sis^, ;-T^-^S^l\V'���������VV---'!'-.'-:-',- ]   ���������-��������� "-"I  ������_^__&*i ^-J w*?'.*_������_'������i'ii_'    -���������'r'*-^'-' Y*"*"-- N *������������������ * ti .-'m~ '������������������ _>"' v  WM^klMM ������timzti:ti^iti ti c.i-\':.\  iWmm     wllmMm^km? ft^:^#r - ���������:; ��������� \  'H^m.    [ :-^: ^ * ^^: ^ -a^>v^-Y?\hV������tl-s;:- ��������� -��������� ^?^B^-- ^ -Y ^^.i  W.  >v*  NELSON LAND DISTRICT  4r..>iniVl    W I*      \t XU^ X  ��������� l\.\J\.r X VJX1X  T.S'.ib) i-iotieo I ]-. it vV. J Williams of  1 .''siiti. ll O o I'up.iii-.i.'i ^.-ti'lfiuan , iu  ��������� ���������-���������-tl��������� t������> apply tut' iie'-i������tis-.iti.n to pur  .���������ii !������m i lie io li> a in}* ili.'1-i.-t i'xil lamls :���������  {^���������imii;t'"ifi:"x ���������'' a posf planted Ot) the  ������������������ii:".! l.ai.k of i'ict i-livit" w'lt-ro inter-  s -ot 1 hy rb" nr rlh noui-.tiary ot* Sublet  VA-'C ii. tr -55**2. Go>u*;> 1 ih ace east 20  -.-h::ii������ja, tboiu'C noi-ib S ' c-h tins, thdnce  ���������Ai'si -,'0 chains, m ire or lvss, to the east  bank of Goat River, th'nee southerly a-  longsaid east bank of Goat River to tlie  point of eonmieueeiuent, coutuiniug   16y  r.cres more or loss.  Wjlliam J   Williams.  Wm. A-ro*vsi*_it_,  A j,ent.  Use a Blue Flame, Oil Cookspve for the Hot Weather and keepjyour kitclien  cool.    It is more ecouimical than wood or coal.  We guarantee them and give you a trial with one and will refund  your  money if yovrarenot satisfied.     Call and-inspect oiir stock.  General        :  W    MERGHANT   ;  Buy for Cash anil receive your FIVE percent discount at our Store |  S  Church  Notices  CATHOLIC Clll'lU'H  I     Siimlav Srljuol I'Vi-ry Sum���������nv v.i 2:!'0  M 'KT11O D INT C111; R cu  Rf-titmitifj; tbo  first Suiiday in May  Junior Congregation nud P.iulo   Class  11 A. ai.  Pul.lio Worship, 7 :!'0r. M.  Como and help us to help you.  Fred L. Cat pout or  Pastor  e  b  There's a variety of Summer designs in this number ot   j|  . Good Dressing which will  please   every   on c:  offer an array of dainty Summer materials   which   will  surely satisfy both the taste and the pocket-book. With.  Ladies' Home Tournal raltcu'.^ ai d c iu vcr.lth of   ma  terials to choose from any woman can gratify her taste  for a variety of light,-iasleful dresses at a    modest   ex,  pense to her purse.       Come   early���������get   youi    Good  Dressing free.  Creston  H-^ra-f a  jr. *f, :!i^^:~-y.^ji^'^^^^TS!ry~~-  TsELSON LAND DISTRICT  DISTRICT  OP .WEST KOOTfiNAY  TAKE notice that W. Arrowsmith of  Creston, B. C. occupation rancher, intend to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands :-  Commencing at a post planted on tht  east bank of Goat River 320 chains north  from the north west corner of Sublot IS  of L.ot  4'.92,  Group 1,   theuce  east 2t  chaius, theuce   norlh  SO chains,theuce  west 20 chains  more or  less, to the easi  bauk of Goat River, thence southerly a-  loug said east bank of Goat River to the  point of commencement, containing 160  acres.  William Arrowsmith  Date 22 April 1913.  PRESBYTKRIAN    CHURCH  Service   every   Sunday   nt   11   a. m.  ami 7:o0 p. in.  Sabbath School at 2:90 p. m.  Adults Bible Glass meets every Thnr*  day evening.  W. G.  Bl.AJv"E  Minister  Cured by tl������e New MctTtod Treatment  tW-  HO NAMES OR PHOTOS USED WITHOUT V/iUTTEN CONSENT    -_-l  I FRUIT T  AND  ORNAHENTALS  Coldstream Estate Nurseries  VERNON, B. C.  ������������������  &  ^p  All our trees are Home Grown aud-guarauteed true ^  to name.    We cany   all .tju-   ieadint*;   varieties   most ���������*$'  suited to this district.    Onr specialty* is budded stock ���������  on three-year-old whole roots.  For further particulars apply lo our local Ageut.  4>  ��������� J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C.  m, 4>  KEIiSON LAND DISTRIOT  DES I'RIOT OF WEST KOOTENAY  TAKE notice that Louis M. Young of  OrestonB.C.occupntiou M-irried Woman  iutends to apply for permission to purchase '.thef-Howing described lands ;-  Commoucing at a post planted on tbe  east bank of Gout River 240 ohains north  of the north west corner of Sublot I.l of,  Lot; 4502, Group 1 tluMicooitHt 20 chains,  theuce north 80 chaius, thence west 20  chtiim, moro or loss, to tb:> ������������������ ��������� * - -1. ban It <>f  Goat Rivor,thonoo  southerly along said  east bauk of Gont Rivor to tho point of  commencement,   containing  100   aores  moro or lossr  Louio May Young,  Win. ArrowHiiiith,  Dale 2'i April, 1011). Agont  NELSOX LAND DISTRICT i  r  : DISTRICT OF WEST  KOOTENAY    j  TAKE notice th it    Arthur Ok* 11,   of  Oreston R. C occupation agent intends  to apply    for   permission    to  pinch u e  the following describe d lauds:������������������  Commencing at a post planted on the-  gnst.bnnlr nf GostR-iver iO^chwiKS "ort',  westcorusr of Sublot.IS of Lot 4592  Group 1, ibence east ������0,   chains, theuce  north 80 chains, thence west 20 chains,  more or less,  to the cast bank of Goat  River, tbencc4,southcrly along _aid bank  bfGoat Riv^r to tht" point; of commencement, containing 160 acres more or less  Arthut Okell  Wm. Arro������vsmith,  Date 22 April, 1913.* Agent  ..  .  , ,��������� ,         , desj>on-  denfcaucl Kloomy, specks l���������toro ��������� tlie.eyes, tv'tli dark circles under them, weak back,  _ kidneys ir���������tabUs, palpitation oi tho henrfc, basliful, dreams rind looses, sodimont in urlae.  S pimples ou Uio faco, eyes sunken, hollow cheeks, careworn expression, poor wicmory,  a lifeless, tlistrustiul, lack enerpy and strcn���������th, tired luorninjxs, rost-lcss uiurhts, changeable  a  moods, weak l���������iuii-od, pi-omature decay, bono pains,  liair loose, sor������ throat, etc  . YOU     WILL     BE     A'WRECK  Our New Method Treatment can euro yon and inako a man of you. Under its Influence the brain becomes active, the blood purified, so that all pimples, blotches and ulcera  disappear, the nerves become strong as steel, so that nervousness, bashfulness and des-  Tiondencv vanish, tho eyo !>coomos bright, the face full and. cletir, energy return*? to tthei.  body and the-.-moral, physical and sexual svstems are invigorated; alfclrains cease���������no  more vital waste from tho system. Don't let quacks and fakirs rob you of your hard  earned dollars.   Wb wiB cure you or no pay.  EVERYTHING PRIVATE AND cONnDENTIAL  READER:   No matter who has treated you, v.-rito for an honest opinion True of CitATK-.  Books Free���������"The Golden Monitor"   (Illustrated)   on Secret Diseases of Men.  QUESTION LIST FOR HOME TREATMENT SENT ON REQUEST  *f^|&Bi"-r__f fid'     l-FI  T  Cor. Michigan Ave. and GrlswoldSt.,   Detroit, Mich.  All letters from Canada must be addressed  to onr Canadian Correspondence Depart-  -. ment in Windsor, Ont.    If you desire to  see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as -sve cce and treat  no patients  in our  Windsor offices  which are for Correspondence and  Laboratory for Canadian business only.    Address all letters as follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, ������nt.  ^^Write for our private address.   \  a t������l-*ffiBJJiBBi-^S-^v������j^,'q=iriiQi^ og������  Divided.  ".Tohnny." snld bla mother severely,  "somo one hhs tiiUcn a bijj i iero of  ginger calcc ont of tbe pantry."  .Tolinny blnsbctl jruiltil.v.  "Ob. Johnny," sbe exclaimed. "1  didn't think It was In yon!"  "It ain't al>," replied Johnny. "Port  of it la le Elsie.-"���������ChicaKo Rwon'i Wer*  aid.  Tips on Credit.  Qont���������rvo no cbnnjTe this morning,  I'll Klvc yoii Roniotblns* on 'my return.  OroRftlng Sweeper (snrlly)���������Ah. sir,  yonVl bo anrprlHotl if you know bow  much money I've lost, by -rrlvlnir credit  llnit way.-London Opinion.  Get that  leaky  boiler fixed  TINSniTHINQPLUfVlBINOand PIPE FITTING  Gnus, bicycles, phonographs, -spray pumps, sewing  machines aud cream separators promptly aud efficiently repaired.      -     .    .   .  ���������__-������.._^--___���������������,���������-��������� g-ajr-.T��������������������������� ' i"vm\'vmxmi<K~!!itBxp*ir>rMtnrvm  Repair    Shop   behind Creston  Hardware and Furniture Store*"  Entrance on  Victoria Avenue  mforee'  tmsitmmf^nmaMtxmaammaaM  I  ������H__i������i3x^TKai'*icrjc3i3aa  %>  _. mm. mm ||  wlM|      f^^^^^m     \wmmT       ^^immuuv,. 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