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Single Copies 5c,  jPBTir'OO  EElf r \\  Spokane, once "the meeting place of  all the Indian tribes of the Inland Empire in their annual tribunals, is again  to be the Mecca ofthe red men of the  entire Northwest and practically the  entire country when the First National  Indian Congress will be held on tho  Spokane Interstate Fair Grounds during the week of Sept. 15. Never before  has the white man of the present generation had as good-an opportunity to see  just how much the aborigine .has progressed. _ae Interstate Fair management is going fco show you how this  development took place and further  give tbe Indians a chance to see and  . enjoy the Interstate Fair.  No expense has been spared by the  Fair management in getting the tribes  to Spokane. That it will be a most-  representative gathering of Indians is  shown by the fact that the Little Spo-  kaues, the Nez Perces, the Yakimas,  the Blackfeet, the Flatheads, the Kali-  spells, the Crees, the Colvilles, the  Snakes, the Sioux And the Crows are  all going to send large deligations to  the Fair.  It will be a real Indian show. The  Indians will be encamped at the Fair  Grounds throughout the'week, brave  and squaw bringing their own tepee  and camping utensils. During the day  the Indians will engage in sports of  their tribe* and will show the primiiiVo  -   ..������������������.-..:.. -.' .-.-vr' '���������"'      ;������������������ .���������' ti-:.    ' ti''    ���������"   ti '    titi'  life of the early aborigine?, portraying  their weird ceremonies and dances and  graphically reproducing all the old life  of the Indiau.   The Night Show will  also be in charge of fcho Indians, who  will put on each night a realistic and  intensely thrilling reproduction of  General Ousfcer.s last, fight in the center field, with the Indians victorious  and celebrating their victory wiih a  gorgeous ceremonial dance. With over  balf a thousand Indians in the Fair  Grounds at all times, dressed in the  full regalia of their tribes and riding  their own ponies, there will be something doing every minute to interest  visitors.  One of the Indian maidens, who is a  famous rider, has .already entered four  of her ponies in the regular relay race  given at the Fair Grounds each day,  and she hopes to win the $1,000 purse  offered. Other Indians of different  tribes are at work preparing teams for  the athletic events at the Fair, and  many of their stunts will be put on before tbe Grand Stand.  The First National Indian Congress  has the approval and indorsement of  the United States Department of Indian Affairs, the Indian Affairs Committees of the United States House and  Seuate and the National Society of  American Indians. The Fair. Association is bringing the Indians to Spokane  not only for your amusement, but for  their education, and, aside from'show-  ing the general public the dances and  eu-toms of years gone by, the Indians  will also?s_ow what. jtdVancenie-affthey  have made in an agricultural and industrial way by making a number of  interesting exhibits.  wxjx-m^r oyj au  For Sale���������1 bay mate, 5 years old.  weight 850 lbs.    Apply fco A. Mirabelli  ���������The C. C. S. of Cranbrook is solling  Iron Beds with mattress and spring for  $11.  We bave been furnished with a list  of the new books which have arrived  for the Government) Circulating Library, but as it is rather lengthy and  we are a little crowded for space, we  will pul'tish it in the next issue of the  O.C. S., SIGNAFIES CRANBROOK  CO-OPERATIVE STORES.  25 per cent discount on all wall paper  Complete new line. H. Leonard, Sirdar  avenue.  J. Cook snips today to the Exhibition  at Saskatoon 2 boxes of Yellow Transparent Apples. He is sending them on  the request of the B. C. Government.  choo!  natio  -reston  Pupils   Make Splendid  att n  . .. .c\xk7i-no* T  fl      a   I   I     i -^orlao  S*-*.-4 ���������*--������-���������    >"������������������. "-"i    *~* i ~*t-_    <-**T"������ -I1*firn/%vr    tt   a  *t*  *- t~i**-t*    ���������?������������������,���������*"> /������������������������*���������-���������_ y **-"**��������� rT"������**  Uivin, kjv  vju.tt Cit-Jiirs i.\.jx\- \\iiiji-iE i   iriiOxJuCx-  OBITUARY  The grim reaper with his awesome  scythe and attendant tears, has visited  two of our Creston homes this week  and one more home has been notified  of the death of a relative in the East.  ceased brother. The service at the  grave was in charge of Rev. Fred. L.  Carpenter, acting chaplain of the or||  der. There were numerous floral  tributes.  Review^ The collection fe varied and  complete, nnd comprizes some of the  very latest authors.  ���������We cau supply you with McKeh-  zeis selected seeds at Calgary prices  S.A. Speers. ?  -House to Let.-Apply to A. _t. Conl-  iug, 4-h Stree, Crestou.  Mrs. Chas. Moore aud childreu left for  tlaslo last Wednesday, where sho will  spend the rest of the a mimer with her  mother Mrs J. G. Palmer.  NOTICE  The advertisement appearing in  these columns in the issue of July 25th  fco the effect that the Hayman property had been sold.by Fred. W. Watson  Was totally incorrect and the result of  a_ hallucination orn the part-of:the advertiser. The property is entirely in  the cenfcrol of Mr. T. M. Edmondson.  WM. S. WATSON  Victoria, B. C, July 29���������In the results of July exainina*  tions in the High Schools of the Province 1,228 pupils  passed out of 1,747 who sat. Highest marks were obtained  by Hazel McConnel of Victoria in the preliminary course  junior grade, with 882, aud A. L. Marshall, Victoria, in the  advanced course, junior grade, with 857.  The Creston Superior School results are tabulated as  follows:  Preliminary course,   junior  grade���������Laura   Edmoudson,  5*4*  Advanced course, junior grade���������M, Huscroft, 637; Bertha A. Hurrp, 632; Efile IS. Arrowsmith, 586; Toy James  Stocks, 553; C. Ethel "Huscroft, 562.  Full course, junior grade���������Georgina C. Cartwright, 606.  The Creston average is slightly lower than that of either  Fernie or Cranbrook but the marts of Creston's leading pupil," M. Huscroft, are considerably higher than either in the  same grade. This speaks highly of the work of teacher and  pupil and goes to show that Creston's school can hold its  own with any in this section of the country.  JACOB SMITH  Early Wednesday morning word  was brought*- to Frank Smith and his  sisters that their father, who was at  the hospital in Cranbrook, had passed  away at midnight.  He had been ailing for some time  and only recently had gone to the  hospital at Oranbrook for treatment:  for heiu't trouble, the children, who  aro all grown up, taking up tho work  of carrying on tho baking business in  which he has been engaged since he  came to Creston, some throe years  ago. A wad feature of this ufl'air is  that Mrs. Smith was away with their  married daughter in Iho .State of  Washington and was not ablo to get  to hor husband's bedside at the lime (  of IiIh death,  Hhe wiih mil I (led hy wire and stopped  oil1 at Cranhrook in time to come with  the otlier memberi- of the family who  had g'liio to bring  hack  the remains  fer   burial.       Yen! onlay   iifb'iiioon'N  train brought the funeral   party nnd  tbey were inetr at  the station by the  members of   Ij.  O.  L,  No. 2005,  who  took  charge of ,tlio funeral arrange-  moiifcN. Jacob Mmtl.lt being an Orange.  man, nlfhoiigb.not a member of the  local lodge.  .Prom tho Htiitlon tlio party wound  Its way to the Preiibyterlan Church,  where Rev. W. il. I Make conducted  the service and from the -liui-ch the  procession led to Iho cemetery, nix of  irhu Orangemen at-ting ������<���������������   pii.ll   inw������-rn  and showing all  honors   In their de-  MRS. R. G. HETIIERINGTON  There is another homo in our community where there is the deepest sorrow. Georgo Hendron, well known  and respected as a resident for years  of Creston, he with his family mourn  the death of his daughter, Winna, 24  years of age. She was the favorite of  the family and especially endeared to  Wiuuipeg announces the Stampede  from August 9 to 10���������A whole, wild,  wide, whirling, western week. Special  rates ou railroads.  Forty years in use, 20 years the standard, prescribed and recommended by  physicians. For Womans ailmen ts, Dr.  Martei's Pills, at your druggist.  Mr. Carney, Timber Iuspector, passed  through Monday on his way to Oran-  bruok, returning "Wednesday.  Mrs. Odio a������id children, who have  been visiting Mi', and Mrs, W O. Forrester for the past month, returned  home Wednesday.  ���������For your Spring painting useBapco  pure paint. For sale in all colors at  Spoors.  DUCK CREEK NEWS  Annie Johnson was a visitor to Sidar  on Saturday.  *  The annual meeting of the associated  Boards of Trade.will be held at Kaslo  Septem ber 23rd. Creston ought to he  well represented at that meeting.  her father.  Sho had been to Spokane for a visit  and was oxpoefced home Tuesday, tlioy  wont to tho train to meet hor, and  wero smprised that sho did not arrive.  Later there camo a telegram, drend  messenger, ifc told of her death  It was a torrlblo blow to the family,  who were preparing to welcome the  daughter home.  WodnoHday Mr. lleiidroii and Mrs.  Dan Speers left for Spokane, returning  yesterday with the remains.  Winna was a great favorite with  everybody in tho town, hoi- graceful  manner, cheerful dlnp sit ion and ready  sympathy canning ber to he loved and  respected by everybody and it is the  whole (Miinniunily that mourns her  Ions, '  The funeral will bo held Ibis afternoon iit 2 o'clock from tho home cf the  parent** and a memorial service will bn  held al the iMethodiht church, Key. IY  L. Carpenter ofllcintiiig.  Mrs. M. Hagen went to Nelson Satur-  d.iy to spend the week end with her  husband     She returned Tuesday.  W.J. Cooper was a   Creston caller  Mouday.  John Bathie went to Cranbrook Sun-  dny aud will not be back for a week.  O. J. Wigen was in  Creston Tuesday.  J.J .   nUU    JYllO     jdl.    ���������ptliCiDO     4?4U 4U4   i.. \ji-  so:i on Tuesday. They will be away  a' out four weeks, roturning iu tiino to  tcko lheir pi ices in t.ho Creston publio  Hidionl iiflei- the vacation.  Strawberries nre till over for this yoar  I'hc hint of i ho beautiful big red borrlos  wero whipped on Tuesday by Paul Iliigen  Tho rnf-pboiries aro still going strong.  .\houi 725 orntoH havo been shipped out  by tho co-oi'enit'tvo fmlfc growers.  Br ne o Tucker who has boon acting in  iho -o,ip:iolt.y of book-keeper and shipping elmk to Iho ������o-opornl I vo fruit grow-  ni-H for tho past month, left oil Tuesday  in tnlie up n position ���������Mth tho Crnnhi'iHil*  Trading Co.  Another very pleasant musical evening wiih i-p'iit at. Mr. and Mrs. Miitfoni-  lioiiso on Wo.lno-diiy. A good crowd of  young folks attended uudull had ii must  enj lynblo tiino.  H. J. Dennis and wife, of Calgary,  who are on a vacation tour, stopped olf  at Creston. They had a run about in  Guy's auto and carried awry a very-  favorable opinion of our great fruit  valley.  W. H Kemp of Erickson has put in  the telephone, his number is 96.  You should be interested in the R e-  view Ad. on page G. We mean buai-  ness, Como and See.  jWurs will be said in the local Catholic church next Sunday, August 3, at  10:30. .Sunday School at 2:80 p. ni.  Benediction of tlie Blessed Sacrament  at 7:30 p. m. Father John of Oranbrook  will officiate.  .MINI-HAL ACT  (Form F)  Cerfclllcate of Improvements  Mrs. H. (I. Sniitlir'eoeived word Wednesday of the death of her sisloi* at  Kingston, Ontario.  Tho .H-flnpiithioH of tbo ("-nimuiiily  go um, i.o aii oi liir.si- Ot-reavitil ouch,  WAJNTIOD  Wanted-���������A. gentle and Hound fnrm  horde, age from 5 to 10 yours. State  full particular**. Apply "A, 11." Ci en-  Ion Jtftviciw. 20-30  ���������FOR SAtilC- ono sot, of donhlo har-  ni'HH. (Unnuiiie eolhu-fj.'i tROrodu. fl ntnnd  nnteut wire (utmlm* tf^l H font enilnr  (limbic) postH, house logs poelod, 28v,'t()  and 20x21 foot logs, and 50 lbs, miun-  uioth clover ocod. E. L. T. Taylor, Oroa.  ton 11. C.  tin-: iio.Mj*: ok tiiio nm iu<-> ai.m������IjK  Printing iih you   llko it nt, iho CreHlmi ���������     I'iano in evcellent, eondil ion for Hale  Ruvhiw.  ��������� Send for onr prieeR on furniture, we  pay tho  freight.    ('  (.'. S.  I low ub ml Hoft.   wub r  11���������.i,������ ,.,,..,,..   i ���������.  lilt,   in I ih ll uuu.  Im- wnt-hing'*'  i ... i.*,.,i ,.  Addi'eM.s X, Y. '/. OreHton Review.  Wanted ��������� Oirl   for   geiiernl   hoiiHe-  weru.    Apply Aim. \\ . II. l "ruwl'ord  -New si.led- ef Wall  p-ipcr /it   Hairy  Loounrd'M Hhop, Sirdur avonuo.  A. I). Iji'May, ol Imu(, Willinin, Out.,  SupU of  Kh-.val.um   foi-   lhe   ('.   P.   R.,  . .    t ,   I        I .   I ��������� !��������� ��������������� ' "     ' .  ��������� I I   U   bill  | llll       l|,MlnHM    4 .>    Ill  ('raiibi-ooU, are spi-nding n few iIii,vh in  town and viniliii|/ nil I: .1. Illuieo. I\Ir.  l.nAlay will vjnitihe Const before returning homo.  Choice assort inenfc of Tea Pots, also  Flower Pots.lu.-it arrived at Crcaton  Mi-leu utile. Co.  Mihs .ToHido Ciuneron, who bus Peon  leiieiuiig at -pouano, roturnod to her  home in Creston hint week having paid  a short viBit to ri datives at Vunoouver  Hho will bpninl lhe ruiualiiduiiif hot* hull-  14.. I  14     ,|4,44    1,1.1     ,,,\>,..l,,        .14 1 II,     4    III   1*111,11.  ,Mi*"i I'], Sliiiif of lhe Vniu-oiivel-  Wo.hi \i jim iu town beti.ii-ii l.aiiiH today,  NOTICE  Skookuni Mineral Claim,  situate in  fcho Nelson   Mining Division of West  ICooleniiy OlHtriet.    Where located  on Summit Creek adjoining tho Bay-  oiine Mine.   Tako Notico that I,  A.H,  (ireen, acting   as   agent   for   Joseph  Campbell.   Free   Mluer'u    Certidcato  No-103 |0B intend, sixty days from tho  dute hereof, to apply    lo   tbe   Mlr.'.-g  Recordoi- for a Certillejite fo Improve*  nienlH.for Mie'purpn.se of  obtaining a  Crown  CI rant   of  the  above  claim.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37, MiihI. be eoiinneneed  before Ihe isisuanee of Mich CertKlcate  of IniproveineiitH,  Daied   I bin.>ib.  dav  of   May, A.I).  HUM.  A. 11. URKKN  I3Ia/.4]. x.t/%    TTt0*0.4-t\mi0> m    a0*mx   WH m,mm  ta^������������������������������^ ^������ mmm      x m%*mm, X.X0 X W m       4, \0 m     4j,������*%*������4l  Plinqnfinrtol rf.ilorca ������v������ry n������rv������ I- th������ body  !?."wr"V""?,lo IU I'roiw lennlon t ro.lort*  vim nml vliiilllv. rranifttiirn ilr-rny nnil ������ll nexunl  ii'i-iiViii-.ii nvfriuii at <jni*������. fHntp'hana'l will  make you * now mtui. 1'rlco ill h liim. or iwo for  ������&.    Malleilluj4iiV44.ldro.il.   S*U*HiKI>Vi'UI>������Uj|i  lr'o.tBt*Catharla9auOiiS*  VI  f-*!l  lJ.I  -,t;' ���������MJI-fflM  es*m  waft  TJrlJt- Jtii-VlJ-W. CKJ������STON,-.B..C_'  if'  i  injustice  By Arthur Applin  W*rd, Lock & Co., Limited  London, Melbourne & Toronto*  I  ���������  I  i  I  WINNIPEG EXHIBITION, JULY 8 TO 16,1913  When at the Exhibition, be sure to call at our Office. W������ -want to  show you the wonderful development which ls taking place ln our City,  which we feel confident will have a population of 1,000,000 People within tbe next quarter of a Century, and immense fortunes wiili be made  by present day investors. We want you you to inspect Kinlocn piace  Lets, close to Main Street, $200.    $10 cash and S10 per month.  C.P.R. Transcona where the greatest development ever is taking  place. Lots $175 up; easy terms. List your Farms -with us, for Sale  or Exchange.  Agents  wanted at all Points.  SCOTT,   HILL   &   CO.,    ?  22 Canada Life   Building,  Winnipeg,   Manitoba.-  1  CCsati-tieu*  Nobility and purity! He felt his  whole being shaken. Were the  poets and the dreamers and the artists right after all? Was love really  life, or was it only a madness, temporary mental abberation, found alike  i.r ti c servai-ts' hall, the dog kennel  and lhe boudo-r?  1-3e read the answer to tbe self-asked .i.uestion in her eyes; he read also  that so rare a gift was love, that he  v/bo found it could find naught else in  life; death his sole master then, and  death his final goal.  I gave them��������� Aaron Roberts stop-  pe*l abruptly as he wus about to answer Iris de Fontaigne's question; he  straightened himself and raised his  head  proudly.  No, Miss de Fontaigne, you shall  have the truth from me; you're the  first woman I've met who knows its  value. Your brother took the papers. He managed tc obtain .the keys  while we were talking, and after the  offices were closed he caiue back and  abstracted these papers from the safe.  Iris was on her feet; in a moment,  her face white-to the lips; and Roberts only read overwhelming horror  ia her eyes now,.. _  He stole them!  He is not as other men, Roberts re- . ..__  plied se-ntly.    Rather say he sacrificed p***La*  himself, thinking thereby to save the i     Never for a siagie momer.,  man  ycu   loved,   Miss   de  Fontaigne. j dream  that  the  man  she  loved  was  Forgive me, but I know every thing.  She tried to speak but her iips were  dumb.     There   was   a   long   silence.  stand alone, and I'm glad! But that  day I met you down below in the  street, ln tho rain, I knew I wanted  you. And today I know that I love  you. That hurts you, of course, and  I'm 6orry. I wouldn't have said lt only  I promised you the truth, and you  must know me absolutely before wc  can go any further into this matter.  I don't yet know the matter to  which you refer.  Her words cut like a knife in their  cold contempt. But Aaron. Roberts  was strong now. He had not picket! up bis mask but he was clothed  again, clothed with the armour he  wore when he bartered with his  clients. Ha was already marching  along the aloost Impassable road  which led to the imaginary goal he  desired.  I refer to the tragedy at the Savoy  Hotel; to lhe danger threatening the  life of Mr. Francks, which is casting  its shadow over you and your brother.  lt was a long time before Iris replied . She kept her eyes fixed on  I Aaron Roberts; a little frown knit  ihis brows. She fought against the  ' fear which ever and again threatened  ', to master her;    She required all her  did she  What was passing in Iris's mind  the  Jew  die.  whether  net    Know;  she felt more  he  ash:  For strangely enouga  i guilty, eve:), iu thought or desire. As  ' yet. "she had not realised that grave  ! dan'sei" threatened him, not even when  | he bad told her himself that he was  I suspecied. lint now ehe caw the  i possibility of suspicion being fixed ou  i him.  '���������     And she began to feel as if she were  1 the  cause.     " First.    Fr-ed    Scribner,  ' then  Aaron   Roberts,  each  aiming  at  the  roan    she    loved,    through    her!  Slowly tut surely she was being driven into a corner.  She had    outwitted    and    defeated  Fred Sorlbner, until she found herself  pitted against a more terrible opponent in tlie Jew.    For behind the outer  '. skin of politeness and generosity were  the cunning aud greed aud the mysterious power inherent in his race.  j     Yet, as Iris watched him trying to  ' pierce the skin and see the true man  and discover the course "which led him  to act as he did, she began to doubt  wondered  me-i than  he fell  a=- if he were guilty, as if all the blame  should be laid at his door; and he  was willing to take the blame.  Iris recovered her composure before  Aaron Roberts. Well, what are you  going to do?  I've given him the papers, tht? Jew  replied. Oh, don't speak for a moment, I want you to quite understand  we know that he took them���������under  a misapprehension, shall we say?  Well, had I chosen 1 could have sot  them back. But I didn't choose, so  I've given them to him, that's all.  Why did you send for him tonight?  I was afraid lest he made the same  mistake  you're  making;   I   wanted  to  impress  upon his mind the fact that j her instincts and to wonder if her rea-  I g..ve ihem to him i soning were correct.      Perhaps for an  Iiis was no; satisfied. She walked instant was vouchsaefd to her a vis-  the lengih :>-.'me room and back again ��������� j_n Gf the Jew's dual individuality;  twisting her long, slender hands nerv-.gne had seen Hyde, now she vvas  ously  together. ! watching the development of Jekyll!  Is that all? * j     Mr.   Roberts, wouldn't it be better  "he Jew cleared his throat once oi-r-f you told nie exactly what you want  The note of contempt had  voice,  but  it  was  still   cold  twice before speaking��������� It's not all.     j cf  nie?  Again there was silence.      Miss de   left  her  Fontaigne. we're alone now. you and I a-_ calm.    After all, it was my broth's,  if-t  us  face  one  another  fearlessly j er  vou  sent for,   you  didn't  want  Ij  I love >  as a man and woman should,  truth just because it's rare, I suppose,  and I can never get it. That's my  way. That's why instead of letting  you down easily just now and lying  to you about your brother, I told you  the truth. You bore It bravely; can  you bear a little more?  Sho re-seated herself and looked at  him with calm dignity; the terror had  left her face, but that which had taken its place was even more painful  to see.  I know everything, Miss de Fontaigne. 1 daresay I told you the other  that it's part of my butsinesn to know  the secrets of tho men and women of  this city���������not because I'm curious,  not because I'm greedy, but because,  for the gold it. is my business to collect, men will Fell their very souls  and the souls cC those they love.  Forgive me that I boast, hut I've s-jid  nothing throughout my life���������but gold.  1   have no friends, 1 want none.      I  see me.  I've wanted to see you every day  since the day w% first met.  She shrugged her shoulders, dismissing his words as if they were the  foolish prattle of a boy. Were you  going to threaten Reuben with prosecution for theft?  He was stung for a moment at her  indifference; be turned the weapon  she used against him���������No!  Do you want those papers back?  No.  She rose to her feet and held out  her hands passionately. Then for  pity sake, what do you want? At  least be generous enough, Mr. Roberts, to tell me briefly the bargain  you want to make with me, and the  price! So far you bave only insulted me and thrown dust in my eyes���������  because perhaps you want to let me  down gently. You needn't trouble tp  do that; tho Jew, I know, will want  his pound of flesh!  It anyone else had said that to him  Aaron Roberts would have rejoiced;  for he could have struck back. Moreover, he would have taken the thrust  nt, a compliment. But from Iris do  Fontaigne it was an Insult.  His pride was hurt and his honor.  This now desire of his life, this golden-winged ambition *ln its flrst flight  had received a cruel blow, crippling  and soiling It.  And thoro was buuic truth In tho  taunt which she flung at him.  Iris represented nobility and purity,  and so Roberts, searching his heart,  had honestly to confess that ho had  intended to buvgain with her and that  he wonld want his pound of flesh.  His eyes were opened; with a shock  he saw himself even as tho Gentiles  saw him. Ho could understand why  they hated him, why they despised  his people.  Lo! for one swift Umlaut ho hated  and (leBpised liimseJt. This bargaining and scheming was In tho blood;  It could never he eradicated. Who outsldo his own race of people had ought  to give hlni hut hatred and contempt?  Ills portion wus Lu bo persecuted. lie  glorified in that, for It was a tine thing  a gamo tho Christiana had indulged  It ,'or alK-iit-t-.w, yi:.r*. j in   ever   nlnoo   Ihe   beginning   of   tlio  '���������Afu.-  Ji.t.i.i;;   siid!   f.<:rv������r..l   rrmeuli'M   | world, crucifying their Lord and niiik-  %������. i;r.i...r. .......   . j  .1 .< ���������; < ..;.. u���������. ;-.'...���������! .������������������ i.i  cheeks again, and on her lips their  accustomed red. Her eyes were like  the hearts of violets filled with dew,  and like the flowers a subtle perfume  surrounded her. He inhaled it and  it -went like wine to his head. Love  and desire, thoso twin sisters of Immortality, joined hands and united until they could not be distinguished  from the other.  I mean that I love you, Roberts  wQiIspered.  You're a coward to tell me ao.  She did not deny his love, and a  glad cry of triumph escaped his lips.  I love you, Aaron Roberts repeated,  though I know at this moment you  hate me. If I hadn't told you, you'd  have guessed it and been afraid that  I should persecute you    as    Scribner  V.n.*3      *e-vjvTv;.-i-i-).*t������f.%..      tr^it "**���������*     T-vii-.--*      -.i.ao        "i\.-y  **������������'    jjvi7:.cvutc\i    jvu.       *.    i _������������������������������ *2    jvu,    iiO  repeated vehemently, and that's why  I obtained those papers from Saintsbury aud prevented Scribner from  forcing you into a hateful marriage;  that's why 1 told you that you had  nothing to fear; that's why, when  your brother stole the papers. 1 said  I'd given them to htm. And Mint's  why I'm golug to save Mi*. Franeks'  life.  Sit down and listen to me. Al! hesitation had left. Roberts now; no longer the lover, merely the strong man,  revelling in his birthright of strength;  a friend, a lather.  Iris obeyed him, and he briefly recounted everything that hed happened; the meeting wiih Mr. Heriot in  the restaurant and the subsequent  visit the latter had paid him.  I'm a pretty quick judge of men. I  never make mistakes���������haven't .made  on������ yet anyway.       Heriot thinks he  Y\ -r������ ������������������������       e*r\ +       x\       jrtr-4   _.n       *-������ rt- r* t ������-4 <- +���������        1\ f *- _I,������mia1t<>  *****?      ������V������1-       I-      VlliOtv       CAC^CtAl-Ot,       ������Ul    >        I'lUluKo,  for the matter of that he has, a very  good one. I didn't get much out of  him myself, but he told a great deal  more than he thought he did. While  he believed he was picking my brains  I picked his. Mr* Francks visited  you after his wife's death?  Iris bowed her head.  Don't you see how that will tell  against him \.ith a British jury. Who  else could have put the poison into  the glass? Of course it's possible a  man might have picked up the wrong  bottle from, a case by mistake, but,  as he believed it contained sal-volatile, he wouldn't bave emptied the lot  into the tumbler, would he? and -don't  forget that he had already mixed a  dose.  Iris tried to speak, but Aaron Itob-  eits stopped her. ,  Don't be frightened, Miss de Fontaigne, because I want to see things  from, say Heriot's point of view. Remember the inquest is to-morrow,  there's no time to be lost; if Francks  don't know his danger, you'd better  warn him.  (To be Continued)  rii,.* Eaters  The practice of eating earth is not  confined to any race or region of the  world. In America, several tribes of  Indians of ithe northern as well as  of th_ southern continent, are given  to using earth as food. Different  varieties of clay seem to be preferred.  .The Pawnee Indians used a yellowish clay, which they shaped into little  balls that were allowed tc dry in the  air and were then slowly roasted at  the open fire. When the clay attained a red color the balls were removed, moistened with water and eaten.  These clay balls were especially liked  when, served iu connection with fish,  and seem to have promoted digestion.  The Timmeh Indians, of the Mackenzie river used to resort to earth as  food In times of famine. They dug  out the clay found ln hollows along  the banks of the river. In prosperous years they chewed the clay as a  delicacy. The Apaches mixed powdered clay In their meal before making  this into their rude loaves of bread.  The Indians ln the uplands of Bolivia ato a light clay that is nearly  white in color; this they used either  raw or in the form of cakes of various shapes, which were sold in the  market places. They also prepared  a sauce with the clay; this they ato  with boiled potatoes.  Among tho negroes ot the Guinea  coast, as well as among those in West  Africa, tho eating of dirt is very common. The natives of the Soudan dig  their favorite clay from between layers of sandstone in the banks of the  rivers. Tho natives of Java prepare  their cakes of clay containing ochre.  These aro sold in tho public markets.  4^^^    ���������^^ __P r  -_/-  120  A Beautiful Piace  Fair, fat, spectacled, and blg-mous-  tached, It needed not his guttural tones  and Teuton accent to acquaint the hotel manager that the new arrival owed  allegiance to Europe's inexhaustible  surprise-packet, the Kaiser.  Vrom Potsdammerburg I vas come  sir, announced the new-comer, pleasantly.  A very fine place, sir. returned the  manager, politely.  Der vas a petter.  Yes?      Berlin?  Neln.      Ohm.  Ohm? In ��������� er���������Germai.y, of  course?  Donner and blltzen, neln! In England���������in dis gountry.  Ohm? said the manager, thoughtfully-  Ya. growled the German, I vas  come from Potsdammerburg to see  Ohm. Der vas no blace like Ohm.  I vos at der goncert in Berlin, and I  hear der great Engleosh. soprano sing  dot .der vas no place like Ohm, laud  vas no blace like Ohm, and all der  Engleesh beobles !n der goncert gry  like der leedle babies. Dot must be  der vonderfu-1 blace, Ohm, to make  der Engleesh beobles gry, and I dell  mine-self dot I /ill go und sea dis Ohm  vor der vos no blace like. Now, sir,  vich is der vay to Chm?  Pat Wieant Well  An Irishman made his way to a  county jaii? and asked to be allowed to  see the governor. On being ushered  Into that functionary's presence he  begged for the favor of an Interview  ,with.-a prisoner who was to suffer the  extreme; penalty of the law in the  course of the morning. 'ti-'y titiyti  No, my man, said the governor, on  being appealed to, you cannot -eo the  prisoner. He Is to be executed in  half an hour's time, and it Is not allowed for visltora to see a prisoner  on the day of execution. But what  might be your business with him?  Shure, sorr, answered Pat, It's bis  birthday, and I was afther wlsbii g  him many happy returns av the day.  TARTS  MADE  WITH  UPTON'S  HT^-Ili! a"8    ?"__*_ aire's ���������   ���������_ _ HSf  nJKli -KUit  JAM  Are Appetizing  TRY   THIS   NEW   JAM  The Mantle of Hood  Bill Brownrlgg was a criclreter, who  played for Hay-cum-C-lover. While  taking on his bike a 'run,' he bowled  a maiden over.  He found she wasn't injured, left  his cycle in a thicket; then in the  gloam, he saw her home. They parted at the wicket.  Bill called next day���������a warm June  morn���������'twas good to be alive. His  gig���������Quite new ��������� just seated two.  They had a lovely drive.  Bill thought with joy: If I with her,  can only make a match; I "think for  me 'twill really be a very brilliant  catch.  But when Bill callec. to see her pa���������  stern, muscular, and stout���������his ardent  dreams gave place to screams. Her  father ran him out.  Bill's hopes are dashed, his front  teeth smashed, he's fairly in the  dumps. The dentist stands, with  forcep'd hands���������it's, time to draw the  stumps.  Worms feed upon the vitality of  children and endanger their lives. A  simple and effective cure Is Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator.  Minard's  Liniment Co.,  Limited.  Gents,���������I have used your Minard's  Liniment in my family and also in my  stables for years and consider it the  best medicine obtainable.  Yours truly,  ALFRED ROCHAV,  Proprietor Roxton Pond    Hotel    and  Livery Stables  Similarity  Jackson���������Whew!   that's some cliff!  Johnson���������Seems to fascinate you.  Jackson���������Yes.   That's the way my  desk will look when I get back.  Had Every Time  Smith was a constant worry to his  friends. They never knew when to  and when not to treat him seriously  6ince, as he frankly admitted, be delighted in pulling other people's legs.  One day he and Brown met casually  in the street, and stopped as friends  often do, to gossip for a while.  Big blaze���������thee fire at the factoiy  in Johnson street last night, wasn't  it? asked Brown.  Yes, replied Smith, I went down to  have a look at it. And my word,  there were several.mighty narrow escapes there, too.  Escapes,  cried    Brown,    excitedly.  But the morning    paper    said    that  there was no one in the building.  Smith nodded.  Oh, he said, the flremeu brought the  escapes down with them. So-long,  old chap.  Their Bad  End  Young man, do you know wbat becomes of hoys who use bad language  while playing marbles?  Yes, sir; they grow up and ham tj  play golf.  Not Another V/ord  Sir, began the young man nervously, I wish to ask your constnt for my  marriage with your daughter.  Eh? quickly; rejoined the parent.  What of your income?. Is it suflicient  to support a wife?  It is, boldly returned the slightly  nettled aspirant, and what is more.  it's suflicient to stand an occasional  touch from my wife's father!  Then she's yours, my son!  The lonesoroest woman in ihe  world is she who hasn't any old memories to brood over.  Parent���������When I was your age, my  boy, I was making an honest living.  Tbe Boy���������And now look at you!  Pimpleson Legsand Arms, Scratched  and MadeSorcs. Kept from Sleeping. First Application of Cuticura  Soap and Ointment Gave Great  Relief.   Cured in a Few Weeks.  A wealthy landowner in England,  affected with the craze for Japanese  gardening, invited the Japanese ambassador to luncheon, and afterwaroc  showed blm round tho gardens and  greenhouses, keeplnc the Japanese  garden till the last ass a delightful surprise.  When, after admiring tho beauty of  all tho other gardens, tho ambassawi"  was at last taken to the Imitation of  the gardens of his own flowery land,  ho held up his hands in enthusiastic  delight. Ah, he exclaimed, this Is  wonderful! Wo havo nothing llko  this In Japan.  BOTH  GAINED  Man  and Wife  Fatten on  Grape-Nuts  J.ftchlno Looks. Quebec.���������" f Iind HcliIng  rnnimi'iii.-liiK ivltli iny lens nnd lum-ujiliiic  liradu.-.lly until it naclu'.l nil part.-i of my  /-���������. br.Uy.      TIhto  xn'rc  liiiiiill  />" *"    \       f.1 ti |.|i'j������in my l������>(/>-nml nniis  {\   ._  /J      j.i.il Un: i'..In Nvu.'i rid nnilla-  \.���������.���������/" -ip,-     iijniii'il i.'.lovi-r tin* hotly nml  V- -,'.        lii-ln.ll nnd liurai-il bo lnully  )"r / ili:it 1 MTairiicU and niailo  - _��������� "(, t.'.iryi. Jt rnascd mo en  y \ I y x i.nail |>ii.hi Unit It iit:|iL tut)  I \'{ I ��������� ���������"���������**���������"��������� ' ���������'���������"���������'PlnR dnrliiK <-nLlro  \      \]\l      <��������� jilcliu:.    1 -.uul ll-Ubk:d M'llll  <I'tiii'-i nt. fui'l rrniii llin ilrrt npi'H'-.'itlun 1  It It a l.n at i. il. X. I ir ri.i linn .1 tl,.: li. ;i; in, nt  taU'ruf iv'iiiii l.nil.ii w Uh Oitli-iira, Suii|i ful-  loivnl \y I Im n|i,iU-':.*'on nf (.'mli'iira. Olnt-  mcr.t, nml nt Um rud nT a, few v.-r< l:������ thn  troublo li.nl <lii>4i|i|)i nriil <"������m>| ������l������.U-ly mul I  wrifl curri!.*' tSliriinl> :,. (.*. U<.;ilit, Mny  - ���������.-   ; n ; "i  ml. -,  l'w4   pi),   n.ii-'li.   i:)i.ijr|Mil   mid   MkiIIdh  ft.iiiil-*.   iniiini'.   Iiiirnlni/   |i.,Inis,   i,li,i|>< Ii-im  Cuilrur:*, t- imi  }.'..,!". ���������������������������.-���������������������������.������������������:���������..  ���������vnrl.:i virii.'.ri, H'juIc  ���������.-. -. "'.-���������: -. Iv, I,-.- . ,-. ���������-.���������.* <' a\i-".���������>:,  J..4..1;.% |Jiy, ni.i.ii.!.i.it!i ' ..'.- u: .1 < iji.lun i.t,  riml wear iild, loir 11 i������ln\ 11 iluniii; ilm nl^lil.  fill i.'iir.'L hiiu|������ nml  1 'mli'iii.t, i i.i.l nn M. mo  m   II   <l,-, ��������� ....!,, ..i<   ll r'   ��������������� ,,,|,l 1   "   1  r ���������  '   1 -, ���������.   t  1������1  tit C.K'll    llllllllll    fill'.    Hilll   .*!'.'   |r.    !   I.Ill    ill.l.ll.  Allllll   111     |lr..L    I.IIH      J'rll'll      I II UR    .X    \0X S.U,  Corp., l)ri<U 421J, ilo-iton, U. i). A.  w. n . u   ������ir>'i  iiiii iu,u'y,;i 01. i'lcij* -ahil-i, IV'.'" ���������..<.'!-  dli-i'H, their art Pub, their poets.  Well,  I'm  wiili   waiting!  Iris de Kontnlgno'o volco brought  I.lm bach" to mirth. He had been  dreaming In the cloiidii, riding astride  ���������,oldi.ii wl*.*|-ed ambition. ]Iu looked  :U '.er, h!.' eyi'fi dim wllh rlranf,o  tj .���������������������������nun ruiil memories. Once upon  a linn* he would hiive Hiild to love a  ���������.'lirhrili.n v.'iih a crime; If Indeed It  Wi'ie mi, H'' 1 i'jiM<!'.'tl in iii.-i -..in, tmi.f  up.-.,,  a tluif he would hnvo wild tho  if.VI-    III     illl.l      It.l.ll.lll     I  IJrll.l     ho     l.uii^llt.  Fool! Me iiilf'lit. liny Jrl:i do Kon-  tnl-'Ti'*, but pnviiii'iit. would not ho  i-i;.'!..* In i-i.Id I nt In blood.  I I,     I  ,11    I   1       IIU    HUH   I       \... J    .      U  rn.li.rilr..  ' -      >        lil..- 1 I,,.,    ,,!.,,.,!  No or|nr way, 11 lr* n pen led, what  ��������� lo  yo.i  iii'tui'.'  Itnlii I-!': iln v. ;i lltt|i������ cliiirr to her;  |!.i-   col'ir  iMii-o   nml   Unwed     In     licr  Tho notion that ment ls necessary  for real strength and tho foundation  of solid flesh is now no longer aa prevalent as formerly.  Excessive meat eaters nro usually  slugglBh a part of tho tlmo bocauso  thoy aro not ablo to fully digest their  food, and tho undigested portion la  changed Info what Is practically a  kind of polBor. that nets upon tho  blood and nerves, thus getting all  through tho system.  "I waB a heavy ;.ioat enter," writes  a Western ...an, "and up to two years  ego, was ln vory poor health. 1 Buttered with liidlgeiiilon so that 1 only  weighed 95  pound j.  "Thon I heard about Grape-Nuts  food and decided to try It. JUy wlfo  h iighcd nt mo nt first, hut. when I  Kuinod to i'mii pound:, aiid lelt no lino,  cho thought sho woidd out. Crape-Nutm  too. "Now sho la fat and well nnd  bus galnod 40 poiindn. Wo novor  havo indigestion nny more and Hcldoni  fool tho doslro for meat.  A nelRlibor of ourn, t'8 yonrn old,  v-.i3 troubled with lnd!|"c:*Uon for  r. rnio, nnd was a heavy ninil, enter.  Nov/ Blnco ho has been en I Ing Grupe-  Nutn regularly, he frnyo he lo well mid  noycr h������D indigo'iuon,  I could 11 ni nt! a lot of iiei-nonn who  bavo rid thoiiihcivcb uf Jiiiiliu- ,Inn  liy  changing irom a heavy in'.i\t diet to  Ulrnpc-Nuti*,"      '"riioro'ii  a  H<->nron."  I Namo given hy Canadian I'ontuir. Co.,  I VVliuiHoi, um,       'vcid hid iiiuo Dtioli,  I ..-..,.  -     >, ...   *    J ,     ItfaU,.Ml..   "    1-       ���������   ���������  Ever read tho above letter?   A new  one uppenre from time to time, They  Waste of Coa!  Twenty times as much coal is now  taken from the mines of the United  States as was taken in 1850. It is  estimated that :.t the present rate ol  consumption all the coal will be go:.e  in 2050.  Most of tbe coal Is wasted. For  every ton of anthracite, a '.on and a  half are wasted in mining; for every  ton of bitumlr.ous coal, half a ton is  wasted. Thousands of tons of slack  and culm are burned to free the mines  from obstruction. This could be  made Sato briquettes with coal tar and  utilized.  Eight per cent of the coal used in  manufacturing districts goes up in  smoke. The smoke injures health,  damages clothing clothing, buildings  and vegetation, and tbo annual loss  from this source is estimated at $500,-  000,000.  -But there is moro waste than this.  It Is estimated that with the best firing In use, only 15 per cent of tho  heat units of coal nro developed Into  power. There Is still greater loss  in producing light. Not one per cent  of the energy of coal Is used in producing electric light.  These facts are given In an article  In the New York Independence, by  Mr. Chapln, instructor in economics  and sclology in Smith college. They  are, no doubt, continually present to  tho Bclentlllc mind, and lt Is likely  that somo dny a more economic process of turning tho heat of coul into  power will bo Invented.  Both Leak  Why don't you buy an automobile?  I   get  sufficient   excitement  out  of  the management of my fountain pen.  The Reward of Art  No wonder he felt proud���������After all,  he was quite a young artist and there  it was���������there could be no doubt about  it���������his picture, his great picture, was  hanging in the Royal Ac-demy. What  is more, two people stood motionless  in front of it, gazing at the canvas In  rapt attention, while the artist stood  gazing at them.  Then, I say. Charlie, he asked a  friend, do saunter carleessly by and  find out what they are saying about  my picture. "Perhaps they want u  buy lt.  Forthwith Charlie_set out to do a  careless saunter. presently���������to the  expectant artist tbe wait seemed, e.i  eternity���������he  returned to  his  friend.  No business doing, he sighed. She's  only blowing him up for leaving on? his  winter flannels too soon.  Miller's Worm Powders never fail.  They immediately attack the worms  and expel them from the system.  They are complete in themselves, not  only as a worm destroyer, but r.s a  highly beneficial medicine for children, correcting weak digestion and  restoring tho debilitated system to  healthfulness, without which the  growth of the child will be retarded  and its  constitution  weakened.  Confusing but Clear  It was a sad day for Mrs. Mullet.  The last of her family-now was married, and the poor old lady had the  dismal prospect of living henceforth  all alone.  The vicar was duly sympathetic  when he called to see her some few  days after the wedding.  You must feel very lonely nowada>s  Mrs. Mullett, he remarked, especially seeing that in the past you've had  so many children to brighten your  home.  Mrs. Mullett sighed.  Yea, sir, she replied at last, I do  feel lonely Btmieirlmes. One day, you  know, I misses 'em and the next day  I wants 'cm. But, all said and done,  [ thinks I misses 'em more than I  wants 'em.  One dollar will procure you four  pairs of socks which can never t >  worn out.  So ran the advertisement, which  caused Jones, bachelor, to spend foui  shillings on a postal-orde-*. When  the socks arrived Jones surveyed them  tt. ....*...  ..4���������S..1-X*. .... .....  XJV1 1VJ1-OLJ J'V4X ��������� ,1 .    Socks received, he wrote to the advertiser. The patterns are vile. I  wouldn't be seen out with them on.  No reply reacbing Jones to this, he  sent a further letter threatening .proceedings, and then camo this answer:  What are you making such a fuss  about? Didn't  we  guarantee  that  you wouldn't wear the socks out?  GIGANTIC RUDDER  80 Huge that It Has a Door for Men  to Get Inside it  A rudder with a doorway Into itn  Interior Is n fcaturo of the mammoth  Cunard liner Aqultanla, so soon to bo  hiimched.  The rudder has Just boon placed ln  position, and Ih so huge that a doorway has boen constructed In the lowor pavt to admit workmen, bo that  thoy can remove tho pin which connects tho rudder to tho uhlp. This  pin Is 4ft. in length ami bigger than  tho heaviest projectile mado for modern artillery. A special appliance  hnd to bo constructed ln tho ship to  lift it into poaiLiou.  Whon delivered nt tho builder's  yard tho rudder was ln throo parts.  After thoy had boon connected and  laid upon tho ground, tho dlstanco that  had to bo wnlkod to pans round the  complete rudder was over 100 feet.  If You Want to Know  The Anxious Inquirer (assuming the  Kew Tea Pavilion firo being caused  by militant vote-seekers): 'Ow did  them Suffragettes get into tho gardens?  The Constable���������On the Kew Tea!  $100 Reward, $10_.  Thn restliT* of this pnper ���������itiii bn picamd Jo learn  that there 13 at lrast ono dreaded disease that Kolenco  l:a.i been alno to Cure ln all Itn atagtu. and that ifl  Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure in tlie only pailllve  euro now known to tho medical fraternity, t'ftturrl*  hcliitr a constitutional disease, requires a ronMitu-  tlonal treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure ia taken Internally, act'as directly upon tlie blood and imirous  mrf.ices of tho Bystem, thereby dcsiroyinK tha  ro-imlstion ot tha tibtcase. s.id giving tbe patleot  ilrengtti by b;.ir.!l:is up tha constitution nnd nMitHi-  lne naturo lii.dolnir Ua work. Tlio proprietors lmva  ao much faith In IU curatlvo powers that they ofler  Ono Hundred Hollars for any case tbat It falla to  turc.   Hend for list or tcMlmonln'fi  ���������Aiir.re- F. J. CHENEY * CO . Toledo, O.  Bed by all DriiKirlBtJi, 7.V.  'i"ake Hall's Family rills for toni-tlpatlon.  Was Too Busy  You say that you witnessed tliis altercation?  inquired  the judge.  No, sorr, Bald the witness. Oi  didn't Bee that. Ol wuz busy looking  at the fight.  Tlio horso and tho cow la In the  field, road t.ho teacher. Mary, what  is wrong with that oontence?  Mary was evidently moro versed In  rules ot polltoiioBS than ln the rules  of grammar, for sho answered promptly: Tho lady should bo mentioned  first.  Undo Snm'B postage atamp collection, ono of tho finest in tbo world, and  valued at *$GOO,000, was placed for pro-  nervation    by    Pontmantcr      CSonernl  Hitchcock in tho National museum.  The End In View  Two Irishmen were crossing a boj  when one of them foil into n boghole  Ilia companion, running lo a noarbj  ii. .ft'. asKed tho loan of a spado.  What do you  want it  for?  askeo  tho larmer.  Suro, Mike Is stuck in tho bog and,  I wnnt to dig him out, wan the answer.  How far In ho nu 11k? questioned the  fa rm or.  Up to hlo ankles.  Oil, If that's nil, ho can walk out.  llegorra, ho can't, exclaimed Pat.  llo's In wrong end up.  Mali breddor, cried a Bonton colored preacher, yo must bo llko groat  CuoBiir'u ghoflt���������abovo miRplclon.  Mr. -onrchler nhould bo ploaBod at  Iho fight over tho Uarrlck Theatre.  It may havo tho effect of eii-Hansen  tho valuo of tho now ploco.  cx-  The  Limit  Ilo���������You*   eonhIu  Clara  seems  ceodliiRly Hhy and modest.  She���������Modoatl Why, ������ho would  bluuh if a man glanced nt hov when  who was (.-.hanging her mind.  Pop'i* going to rIvo ni.i A watch,  Wllllo informed bin aunt.  That will bo nice, replied tlio aun't.  and Jt will iieij-.������ you t-.'-itni'; to ������������������-���������iiooi  In Iho morning.  Yob, that'b _o, ciubo wh 1 Rtt to  nchool 1 can look ot my watch and  ceo J������i"t how Iftlo I am.  ttUiil-ut- in.-ucu u> uio cum hoihiii-i  ..  ���������     .#   41,  .    \T^..H,    tl..,...~n    I   ���������������,..������    /������.������*  I  nhow that lt comIii UCo. por i .'ond (o  coal a lioet if 171   ntciimorn.        The  nre genuine, true nnd full of humim ' nlokorn  idiovel   8V_   tonn of oaaJ   por  Interest. HiinutG lute tho furnace*,  \     ���������      "   -   _      ������������������   ' ���������     _ ��������� .          -              A WOMAN'S PROBLEM  tmmr* ,        ta**m*mmmmmmmmmmst****ss********m m********ti*********awmtmmmmmmmm  In'the looVlnff-_lf-*i ��������� worann oft������n lew Wrinkles, hollow clrclco under ey������n,  i"crow'a feet,''���������all bticame nhri did not turn to tha rlR-ht remedy whon worn .  down with those troubles vrhloh are dl-tlinctly fumlnliio.    "OacVuclio, headache,;  palnn, lasitltude, nervouonesa and drains upon vitality--bring untold ������uff*rin���������-  to womanhood and tha fact ahowa It-   The uervoui ayttom end the entire  womtwly noake-tip fe������U the tonic effect of, "     '      ���������*������������������   ��������� ���������   -  D_- PIERCB'SVAVO-ltE PRESCRIPTION  Tt allay* and aubduea nervous excitability, Irritability, nervous exhaustion, and 1  oilier alatrnaatn*-* symptoms commonly attendant upon functional and nruania  dlsensfea of the femlnlnn nrcana. lt Induce* rerreahinn; Bleep and relievos  mental anxiety and d������������pond������ncy. Known everywhere and for over 40 yearn  ms tha atmud-rd reutody for tliedlseaias of women. Your dealer In madidnea  sells It In liquid er sugar-coated tablet form;   or you can send 60 one-cent  ... .������������.������������ ..1.1 l ... * r\.   *������!���������.������������������.  1-. ���������,,u_ l>,.,.,U|Un  <������Mr������t������      A (Mr***  Dr. it. y. riero, Invalids' Hotel and &ur������:lcai Institute, buffalo, N. Y.  DRrpIEftClt'- PLEASANT PELLETS PECULATE AND INVIGOllAT������  STOMACH MVKR AND DOWELS. SUGAR-COATED TINY GRANULES.'  #MMM-NMkMMM__H-M*l-NMM������<Ma_������^^  M_MBMr-H-_������-B^^  hwii ���������������������> i���������i ,rinMiiBniwj������ai  m '':;'.'; - V ti ?-i,- - ?���������-������������������/���������?'' ���������'titi * _*- l^'JV,VjVi*i :-_?^'^?i^S  "; ;"*:___ _���������-! '\��������� '/:'l "���������������������������*#_ ������S  THE REVIEW, GRESTON, B. C.  /  Cfti  i���������M���������i  A Future Financier  Ma, exclaimed young Teddlo, bursting Into the house, Mrs. Johnson said  she would give me a penny if I told  her what-you said about her!  I never heard of such a thing! answered his mother indignantly. You  are a very good boy not to have told!  I wouldn't have her think I even mentioned her. Here's au apple, sonny,  for being such a wise little ladt  I should think I am, ma!, When  she showed me the penny I told. _6?  that what you said was something awful and worth sixpence at least.  The Test I  How, the president of t_9 Fat Man's j  Club was asked, did yoii prevent  fraud among your applicants for voorStim  bership? Didn't somo men try to get  in that weren't up to the .standard  weight? i ;.���������-������" ���������>-*������"Y..���������*���������"��������������������������� ti  ti "?Yes,- the portly: officer replied, hut  it waa no us������3. Applications hadJtO  ba presented la person at ths i-oik  Building, ?Fifl_ Floor. Thsr������ was  no elevator." fiie applicant climbed  tha five flights of stairs. At'theto_  ho tmet a man who asked: Wer^ybil  looking! for tlie Fat Man's Club?  Yea. ���������������������������������������������������.. ������-.?>tiyis\.ti--'-i-i--������- - Y'--"  The main Quicta Is on the first floor.  Your application is rejected. ',-.��������� W0 receive no man who can climb, flvo  flights of stairs! .     '  m*m*m***i -1 mi   i,.n  wi ���������mmmimssswmm  Tho Marquis and Marchioness Cas-  all del Drago, heads of one of tha oldest families of tho Roman aristocracy,  have been swindled by a steward to  the extent ot $250,000 during a long  Illness. LaBt year the marquis signed a document empowering a steward  to transact certain pressing financial  affairs, and the man seemed instead  to have been gambling on the stock  exchange, losing as much as $70,000  in a day. Suddenly he vanished, taking with him $30,000 In .ash from the  family safe. . ������������������ '- - -  HEALTH AWAITS  GOOD DIGESTION  a 11   . 1 1  When tbe Stomach is Wrong the  Whole Body Suffers���������How to  Keep It Healthy  Indigestion is on������ of the most distressing maladies afflicting mankind.  The stomach is unable to perform the  work nature calls upon it to do, and  the result is extreme pain after eating,  nausea, heartburn, painful fluttering  of the heart, sick headache, and often  a loathing, of food, even though the  sufferer is Salf starved. People with  poor digestion are prone to try all  sorts of experiments to aid the pro-  There is no    poisonous   ingredient I cess o������ d.18e8������*fn. ?** the������? is on^y  In Holloway's Corn Cure, aud it can .one way in which thetrouble can be  be used without danger of injury.  I  STONE A-E IN'CORFU.  If-Mi  W In ������������������if1 t -ri _���������������*    m. a WLm *mx ^m. _w      ���������  UUllTl^ dilute \  . Fes?  EverySsdy  ..���������jf'-.'-VC^V- .  BURNING OLD LOVE-LETTERS  Tough on the Creditors  I say, old chap, can you lend mo a  ten spot? -  Suro.      Here you are.  "Thanks .awfully,  I am Indebted to  you. more   thau ?I  can  ever  hope  to  repay.  Sir Thomas Lipton _ challenge for  the America Cup has been accepted.  It Is to be hoped that there will be no  slip between the Cup and the Lipton.  Schoolma'am���������Now I want all the  children to look at Tommy's hands  and observe how clean they are anl  see if all of you can:.ot come to  Echool with cleaner hands. Tommy  perhaps will tell us why he keeps  them so nice.  Tommy���������Yes'm. Ma makes me  wash the breakfast dishes every  jraornl ag.  T'ie  Menu  Lacking  The rambling photographer called  at a country inn for dinner. The fresh  air had given Iilm a prodigious appetite, and he did ample justice to roast  beef and vegetables.  This course finished, he asked for  the sweets" to be brought in.  The servant hurried to her mistress.  The gentleman wants swsets now,  she said. .  -;- ��������������������������� .-���������> --.-ti-   Dear me, exclaimed mine hestess ln  dismay,  as  if  a  guid   dinner Is  na'  enuC without    sheets.        But   here.  ��������� Bridget, slip down to auld Giles' for  : five cents worth of brandy-balls.  Was  Hoaxer���������I underwent an operation  yesterday.  Easy mark���������You surprise me.  It  verv  serious?  Hoaxer���������I had a growth removed  from my h?ad.  Easymark ��������� My goodness! And  here you are up and around and looking well.  Hoaxer���������Yes; I only had my hair  cut.  Miss Passay���������You may sneer at  pet dogs, but they're faithful anyway.  I'd rather kiss a dog than some men.  Mr. Sharpe���������Well, well, some men  are born lucky,  actually cured, and that is through  the blood. That is why the tonic  treatment with Dr. Williams' Pink  Fills cures even the most obstinate  cases of indigestion. They make the  rich, red blood that strengthens the  stomach and Its nerves, thus enabling  it to do its work. The process is  simple, but the result means a good  appetite, and increased health and  pleasure in life. Mr. .R. Lussler, of  Sorel, Que., offers ample proof of  this. He says: "For several years  I was a sufferer from indigestion, and  the torture I suffered after meals  was often almost unendurable. Often  I would go without a. meal rather  than undergo the suffering that followed . Accompanying the trouble  I had headaches, dizziness, and often  a feeling of nausea. All the time I  was taking one medicine after another in the hope of getting relief,  but without avail. Finally I read of  the case of a similar sufferer cured  through .the tise of Dr. Williams'  Pink Fills and I decided to try them.  I took the Pills steadily for about six  weeks  with  result that  I  was  fully  f\.,r.f,ii     nnrl   4-������r,,,1r1    o_ *���������   Q ntrt,V������!rifr   T   /.Ql-Afl  for.     i may add that I have not since  had any return of the trouble."  If you are suffering from indigestion  do not waste time experimenting, but  begin to cure yourself today with Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills, which go right  to" the root of the trouble through the  blood. Sold by all medicine dealers  or by mail at 60 cents a box or six  boxes for $2.50. from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Chinamen Consider Them Sacred and  Preserve tho   Ashes  The Chinese look upon every bit of  writing and print in Chinese character ������3 sacred. They would consider  it a sacrilege to step on written or  printed paper, or to uso discarded  manuscripts or newspapers a3 wrappers for provisions.  The fact that the Chinese characters  were used by his ancestor causes them  to be highly venerated by tho Chinaman, more par'ticulalry those characters which enter into the names of the  Chinese saints. ^  In Chinatown, San Francisco, ls a  sacred furnace which is utilized solely for the purpose of burning discarded letters, MSS., and newspapers.  Three times every week a collector  calls at! each Chines������ dwelling, and  takes away all cast-off literature,  which has been folded neatly and put  aside ia a safe place pending bis arrival. ' ���������     .  The furnace stands before the altar of a 'joss/ or god, and every day  the custodian burns the sackfuls of  paper w���������lch have been brought there.  No discrimination in regard -to class  or rank is used. The papers of the  poor beggar are burnt, together wllh  those of the wealthy Mandarin, whilst  ths love-letters of the Chinese belle  are consigned to" the same flames as  prosaic bills for provisions and printed advertisement slips.  Once entrusted to the care of ths  collector, not ona of the documents  are overlooked, so that there is no  danger of the disclosure of some cherished love-secret or important affairs  of State.  When burned the ashes are taken  out in a, special boat and consigned  to the sea.  The Emperor of China had his private joss-house, in which the Royal  letters were collected and burned by  a priest. In Canton, Pekin, and other large Chinese towns there are a  great number of these sacred furnaces, owing to the coilosal amount  of literature which has to be consigned every day to the flames.  Remarkable Discoveries Reported by  German Archaeo!onl9t  Although tho German Emperor has  boen prevented from visiting Corfu  this ydar owing to ths political situation and the marriage of his daughter, his interest in the island, and,  especially in its* archaeologlcr.i sec-  rota continues unabated, and ho has  bsen kept informed (states Reutei's  correspondent) or the progress of the  excavations which have "peon continued under the weli-khowra ' German  archaeologist. Professor Dorpfeld, in  collaboration with the Greek archaeologist, M. Romaeos at the spot where  the famous  ruins were discovered last year  It (has beea the Kaiser'.-* earnest desire to discover the site of the town  of the Homeric King Alkiuous, and  with that object Professor Dorpfeld  undertook test excavations at man^  points In the island. At fiist only  ruins of historical times were found,  dating no further back than the fifth  Oi* sixth centuries B.C., but this year's  excavations in the north-west corner  of the island and on the so'Jthsrn side  of Cape Kephall have given valuable  results.  Important discoveries have heen  made going back to the remote times  of the Stone Age, long before the Homeric period, the relics now brought  to light being attributed by tha'archaeologist to the period about 2500  years B.C. They include sevsral  stone hand mills, in which the corn  was ground into flour in a cavity in  a stone block by meana- of heavy stone  balls, some of which have also been  found. Judging from the description in the Odyssey of the hard all  night work in the grinding of flour  in Alkinous's palace, it would seem  that these primitive appliances were  still in use in the Homeric period.  Toothed flint blades, some of the  cutting implements of the ancients,  have also been found, and fragments  of"pots of the pre-Mycenaeic civilization, made by hand without a lathe,  this mechanical aid not having been  invented in that period. It Ms, however, worthy of note that among these  fragments of tho archaeologists also  Long Malr- and Short: Pay  v-Literary endeavors are not always  rewarded so highly as some may think  according to this story from a German  paper. A novelist of- longer hair  than pocketbe-ok recently met a friend  on the street.  Hurrah! cried the author. I h<we  just sold a novel.  Congratulations, his friend said  wr.rnjiy. And now you can get a  hair. cut.  The writer's, face fell... No,' he  replied, I" should _ave to sell two.  novels for that.  Tlie Araiy of  Constipation  Is Growing Smaller Every Day.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER FILLS are  responsible���������-they ao't  only give relief  Three-year-old-Arthur was taken hy  his parent-  to call upon    Mrs.    j_.,  Gorso'   anT the"tempi! ?"ho h*d recently eomo to this country  " v      from  London.      He  was  greatly  in  terested in everything he saw, particularly In a little English flag.  That is my flag, Arthur, said Mrs.  Li., in answer to his enquiry, and,  showing him an American flag, this is  your flag.  Has it always been my flag?  He wr.3 told that It had always been  his flag. ������.  Nothing more was said until tlmo  for their departure, when Arthur calmly remarked: I will take my flag.  And he took it���������for, some way or  other, explanations seemed inadequate.  MtTEL-i  ITT_E  tney permanently ^g|  cure Constipation.   Mil  lions use  them (or  B.Uotxs-  ness, Indigestion, Sich Headcthe, Sallow Shit*.  Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price*  Genuine must bear Signature  zation, which, no doubt, were import  ed. In the vicinity of Cape Kephall  other relics have been discovered  pointing to the existence of several  temples dating back to nearly 300 B.  C.  Actors frequently receive unexpected proof of the realism of their art.  Not long r.go, on the occasion of the  performance of Hamlet by a distinguished English player, there were no  more interested, and absorbed spectators than two newsies in the gallery.  The boys had been watching the  performance with breathless interest.  The last act was drawing to a close.  The duel almost dragged the lads  from their seats.  Before their eyes the queen was  poisoned, Liaertes killed, the king killed, Hamlet killed. On the final tragedy the curtain started down. The  audience was spellbound.  In the gallery thjpre was a clatter  and a crash as one of the boys mentioned started for- the doov.  Come on, Tommy! he shouted back,  to his companion. Hustle! Dere'll  be extras out on dis I  Wmmm@m  WATERPROOF   COLLARS   AND   CUFFS  Something   better   than   linen   and   no  laundry   bills.       Wash  lt  with  soap  and  Water.      AH stores or direct.  State style  and   size.       For   25c.   we   will   mail   you.  THE    ARLINGTON    CO.    OF    CANADA,  Limited  53  Fraser Avenue, Toronto, Ontario  REST AHD HEALTH 13 -OTHER AND CHILD.  Mrs. Wins-cow's Sootihno Syrup has bee-  used for over SIXTY YEARS by M1WOSS o{  MOTHERS for their CHl^O-EN WHII4;  TBKTHINO, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It  SOOTHES the CHIt,I>. SOFTENS tlie GUMS.  AX,I,AYBait I"AaN; CURES WIND COi,IC, aaa  is the best remedy for DIARRHCEA. It 13 absolutely harmless. Be sure and aslc for "Mra.  Wiaslow's Soothing Syrup," and talce no othe*"  Wad,   Sweaty-five cents a bottle.  Ask for Minard's and taks r,-* othor  Hi-a U lfflM Oft-CMI  NIIObBIi sun lIUU-LrH  Of LYNDON, KY.  Recommends Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound  for Backache, Nervousness, Headaches.  Lyndon, Ky.��������� "I havo been taking  LydiaE-Pinkham's Vegetable Compound  for headache3,noura1p;ia paina,bnckncho,  nervousness and a general run down condition of tho system, and am entirely relieved of thoso troubles. I recommend  yourremodlos to my friends and givo  you permission to publish what I write.'!  ���������Mrs, II. Von Uodbn, Lyndon, Ky.  Whon a woman llko Mrs. Von llodon  is f-onorous onough to wrlto such a lot-  tar as the abovo for publication, sho  nhould at least be niven credit for a Bin*  cerodouiro lohulpoUioriJufl'ci'Jiigwomen,  for wo aauuro you thero Is no other reason why sho should court audi publicity.  CnnndliMi Woman's Ex-pmionco t  Windsor, Ont ~" Tho birth of my first  child loft mo a Wrack with torrlblo weak  spoils, but I am glnd  to loll you that I do  not havo thoso wuuk  apclta nud I fee) like  a now womnn slnco  taU in ft Lydia K.  Pinkham's Vogotablo Compound. Inm  how well and strong  and can do my own  housework. I do  not take mudktno of  ony kind.    It was  11 *      ������r   ,.   1   11        in,...  J.yillU   AU.    *��������� IHIVIIC4I4I a     ��������� yj;i.i���������rj,u     _m...  pound that restored mo to health."���������  Mra. RoitKiir Famdaiiin', 72 rarcnt  Avonuo, Windsor, Ontario.  If you want HpeoUl mltlco vrrlla (0  *-.ll.   ������������_  **-������I���������V*i,.��������������� --'���������i>,tlV*������i.  '<A    ffti*%n.  ri/Millnli Lynn. BIn������������. Your h'tfer vrlll  l������o opened, road and nnnirrred by a  WOi'in'i nud held In Mtrlct ronlldcucft.  A New Invention  Jlmmle entered the large chemist's  with a coin clutched tightly iu his  hand.  Well, my little man, said the assistant, what can I get for you? ���������  Please, I want a thermometer! piped  Jlmmle.  Did your mother say what sort *tf  thermometer slis wanted? asked the  shopman.  Jlmmle looked slightly perplexed.  Then a bright idea came into his  mind.  Why, Just give me the vary biggest  you've got, he replied, cos it's to keep  my bed-room warm!  Wanted Wanted  For four consecutive nights the hotel proprietor watched his fair, timid guost fill her pitcher at tho water  tap.  Mi.dam, he Bnld on the fifth night,  It you would ring this would bo- done  fo? you.  But where la my bell? naked the  lady.  Tho bell Is boalilo your bod, replied  the proprietor.  That, the bell! sho oxelnlmed. Why  tho boy told me th&c was tho lire  alarm, nnd thnt I wasn't, to touch it  on any account.  ITubhy roturnod homo ral'.or Into���������  woll aftor midnight, to bo precise���������  and, ns ol'ton huppciis in such onsen,  wlfoy, though abed, was not. asleep.  In consbguouco, breakfast that  morning wan a gloomy, silent meal.  In vain, hubby slrovo to clear tho nlr  and by lll-tlnur-d li*\vlty. to dispel tho  ntmesphoro ot constraint which hung  heavily overywhevo.  A ponny for your l.ho'.ightB, iny lnvo!  ho vontui'i'd presently.  Tho lady thiiii ���������.uldri.viA-d idiuvil al  him grimly.  For tuppence, nlio retorted, I'd sny  oxactly whnt I thought of you!  Hubby mndo no effort to ralso the  bidding.  *���������,������ .i   ���������������. 1     I,.   Lady���������Anl you esenpod iror.i the  wreck?  Indlgont Sonnum���������Yea, mum.  Lady���������How did you feel when  tho  wiivch broil'-* over yon 1  ��������� Honmnn���������Wet,   muni,    worry    wot;  but i uw, mum, I toolb dry���������weiry dry.  Walking .Through the World  I walk beneath    mysterious    autumn  trees,  An autumn twilight hour���������  But when I walked in summer field  and bower  Thesa too,  were mysteries.  Always there is a    spirit    and    a  breath  Beyond my spirit's call.  A  la^.^^,4,     4.1...     ll���������:nr,     4........      f.^m.Vf.,.^     4-V. n  ^1v4_l*J-l,    liltS    JlVJJlg     LICCa     LUUlCOd     C4J.U  faith,.  And   yet I  know  not  what  creation  saith���������  But He who walks    here    with    me  knows it all.  There was an hour, O friend of mine,  when we,  To each drew very near.  When hand in hand we    both   grew  silent, dear,  Because love could not see;  Always there Is a secret yet untold  The barriers do not fall.  Almost I find your life whose hands  I hold,  And yet I know not what my hands  enfold-  But love Himself Is with us, knowing  all.  Origins of Taverns  The modern public-house owes its  origin to the time of the Roman conquest, for with the opening of tbe  country by the Romans littlw inns  and such-like places were constructed  for the convenience of travellers.  As time went on the selling of liquor became so lucrative that tavern-  keepers began to vie with one another  as to the means of attracting the  thirsty; and in order that no. public-  house should be passed by un-heeded  a pole with a furz-bush on the end was  erected over the door of evory tavern.  At length, however, these became  such a nuisance that a law was enforced forbidding the use of poles  which projected further than seven  feet over the king's highway, and  this (Was the incident which gave riss  to the proverb that good wine needs  no bush.  Very few of the old taverns are ln  existence today. The Seven Stars, of  Manchester claims to being the oldest  public-house iu Great Britain, and it  has had a licence for over 550 years.  Keep Minard's Ulnlment In the housa-  ������_,!���������        ���������       ���������-������������������!-,    _-lilj_. -|-H  The Plumber  We had a gentle plumber once,  We thought he came to plumb;  But by the time his coat was off  His dinner time had come.  He went at twelve and stayed away  An hour and minutes forty;  He 'wiped a joint? then wiped his lips  Then trotted oK so horty!  The pipe was only half an Inch  (In width I mean, not tall),  Yet you could drive a motor through  The hole cut in the wall.  And after having had his fill.  Oh!  see him slow returning!  "To one day's work" is on the bill;  He's thus his living earning!  The Soul of a   Piano   is the  Action.    Insist on the  ictAxntirviiry  "���������crx Ave  vxrrtr?t ������  -__\-j_i-  Piano Action  nncuitim 10111   yr������   aijiHiiCR  Is or.e or; the most obstinate of diseases  to cure. "We have a remedy that in a  large percentage of cases cures. This  is a prescription of a practicing physician of forty-three years experience.  ONE ivOLLAR only by mail postpaid. If  no relief or cure follows, we refund your  money. See your druggist or write us  to-dav for full information.  TEMPL.ETON RHEUMATIC CAPSULE  Co.,   315,   College   Street,   Toronto,   Ont. .  W&0fl������������_^  ���������    Commencement Exercises    __<>>  Grace���������Are you girls going to have  a daisy chain at your commencement  exercises?  Maude���������I should say    not.    Thera  are none but rich girls at cur school.  Wo aro going to    havo    an   orchard  chain.  The Eight Hour Day on Farms  A writer In tho current Issuo of  Farm and Fireside says that the olght-  hour day with farmers consists of  eight hours for work and eight hours  for chores.  A man who liapod hud bought some  pigs and he asked a neighbor for tho  uso of a pe.i for a fow dny.s.  I havo jutht boon purchalchliig  thomo thwino���������two Ihowth and 11  plgth . 1 want lo put them in your  pen till I enn flxth a plalth for them.  Two thousand pigs! exclaimed the  nntonlshod neighbor. Why, my pen  will hardly hold a dozon!  You don't understand mo, Mlther  flout. I don't thay rwo thouthand  plgth, but two ihowth and plgth.  I hear you, Bald Mr. Bent. Two  thousand pigs I Why, you must he  cra/.y!  Anil thon tho llspor gavo 11 up.  Dust  Dust ls.used for various purposes.  At one time It was employed to manufacture human beings. It ha3 now  gone into tha making of useful articles.  Dust ia used to throw Into people's  eyes. In summer time It Is a permanent feature cf most of our landscapes. Servants employ it ������or the  purpose of keeping themselves busy.  They remove It from the places where  It can be seen to thoso which cannot  be seen���������except when you don't want  it to be seen.  Without dust we should have no  vegetables, vacuum cleaners o.- mud  pies. Mixed with rainwater and  phosphates, it produces crops. Crops  enablo us to linger*on a while, until  wo bocoi-G dust ourselves.  Dust ls produced by a difference of  opinion between two molocules. They  rub each other tho wrong way. Thc-y  dc this to raise the dust. Atter nil,  that's about what all of us arc trying  to do.  Alwayt. Serviceable.���������Most pills  lose their properties with ago. Not  so with Parmeleo's Vegetable Pills.  The pill mass Is so compounded that  their strength and effecttvones,* is  preserved and the pills can bo carried  anywhere without fear ot losing their  potency. This Is a quality that few  plllr, pos jess. Some pills lose thoir  power, but not so with Parmeleo's.  Thoy will maintain thoir froshneas  and potency for a long tlmo.  An old darkey, sent to a hospital,  on his arrival was placed :n a ward,  and ��������� one of the nurses put a thermometer ia bis mouth to take his temperature. When the house doctor  made his lounds he said: Well, my  man, how do you feel?  1 feels right toidie, sun.  Have you had anything to eat yet?  Yessuh, I had a little.  What did you have?  A dame gimmle a piece of glass ter  suck, suh.  No Obligation I  Sandy Maclvor was no feeling jlst  weel, so he went to the doctor.  What do you 'drink? demanded the  medico.  Whisky.  How much?  Maybe a bot le a day.:  Do you smoke?  Yes.  Wtll, you give up whisky ar.<i tobacco altogether.  Sandy took up his cap and in three  steps reached the door.  Here! called the doctor, you havo  110L i;u,id for my advice.  Ahm no taklu* lt, snapped Sandy cs  he shut the door behind hin;,  -ri...-'   Miftoi  r>������e   oectr  WOOD    POLISH  Cleans and disinfects  every thing in your  homo, from the cellar tb the attic. Put  it on your duster and  dust Hardwood r loors,  Woodwork, Linoleums,  Pianos, Furniture, etc."  Malces everything just  like new. Money refunded if not satisfactory.    Made by tha  1 DOMESTIC SPECIALTY COM-  j  X _ . ..mm. ��������� . ...tm.... ��������� ���������       !  _ . ������������...     ������ ..... .......  i���������m, jamiscis.  Hamilton, Canada.  Ai������nf>i*n--'nHi.  pnt--? m*tm ������������������ ������ _  a RSS   S ^3 S\asSa v5_ 5"n"ti������a3B_BB^Pa  "TOUf���������roUroi'S0ttT3'-KUN DOWK'or'GOTTIISBl.UBS'  SUFFER from KIDNEV. BLADDER, NERVOUS DISEASED,  CHRONIC WEAKNESSES.UI.CEB9.SKIN EKUPTlONS.Plt.ES.  wnta ior lay FRSB book,  tub most instructive,  1JEDIC At. BOOK EVER WMTTEN.tT TELLS ALL about theSS  TK ERaPION--&h3&_S  II It'i thu ratnadr far vourown ailment. Doo't Mudacant.  AbiolutalrF-BE. No'followop'elrctilar������. Dk.LeClb*-  MEU.CO.HAVKRSTOCKKD.HAl'rSlSAO, J.ONDON.*_���������(_,  VaJBOO,  $1,000."  /A5 years.   Wi  # liable after on  "     *" r" inf.       tn-r  Bonds,   Profit   Sharing,     Series,    S100,  Terms  Withdraw-  onr yar.'  Cina    for      sped.I  folder to National Securities  Corporatlo    Limited, Confederation Life Bldg.: Toronto.  Ladles and gentlemen, said th- orator, it is deed*, not words, that  count.  Quito wr.mg, said the telegraph operator who was just calculating, the  total words In tho speech.  Pp to   Date  What did she say whon you told hei  you were not worthy of her?  She said she was glad I admitted  It; but that her father had been having mo trailed by a detective, r.nd was  quite prepared to prove i. it I had not  admitted it.  ���������*���������-"������ ���������"��������� .--Vi  Useo td Which Whlnlno  The real estate agent, tired and pee-  Professor Store���������To the geologist a    , -,- arrlV0d at ailfj homo ln the sub-  thousand years or so are not count-'    -  '  cd as any time at all.  Man In tho Audience���������-Great Scott!  And to think I made a temporary loan  of two pounds to a man who holds  such views.  W. N. U, 066  Tho oldest woman living in Oormnny  In lledwlg Strawiin, a fnrm worker at  uuiiiiowu, in rot���������m.    iiur ui,- in oni-  ~l  . It ..       4������4t,|       .1 ,1(1 ....... Ot.-.  worked In the llclda digging potatoes  until a idiort tlmo ago, when nho had  a hllght paralytic slroko. Bho has  iitnco been cuntLnod to her bed.  Scott Expedition Rollc  Vrngedy and a noble deed nro  wrapped up In a mlnatnro Hag which  has boen ���������presented to tlio Canterbury  Museum, Now Zealand. It \������ a Now  Zealand oii3lgn with tho Union Jack  and tho Southern Cross, and lt measures only two Inchoii hy three. Despite Ua sl-o, It will provo sourco ot  interest for many a yoar lo como.  Briefly It. has boen to tho South Pole;  a dead man kopt his promise. Whon  Ur. Wiliiun, 0110 of Cuptiiiii tJcoU'y 111-  fntcd Polar party, left Lyr.tloton, somo  two years ago for Antarctic regions,  .Mian Anno W. Hardy, of Hakala,  pliiobd lu his hands a mliiaturo Hog of  Now Zealand, with Iho ronucst that lt  Dr, Wilson formed ono of Iho Polar  party he would take Iho Httlo flng  with hlni. This Dr. Wilson did, and  tho ling was found on hla dead body  wh-jn dhooveved.      It y.as   brought  Tho  Mun  WB-io  Drivofi An _! ' ^i{Cii ���������>���������**' ������������i������ct pnrty ami ������< umu-'ii lu  **" * ISiIph Hardy hy Mrs. WIIhoii. tho dead  explorer's wld.*, nnd hy Mltoti Hardy  presented to tho Museum.  Stretching across Western Australia  U a rabbit-proof fence, said to bo tho  longest In the world. It extends for  a distance of 1,200 miles, without a  break, excopt for gates. It begins In  tho tompcrate regions and ends In tho  tropics, and sometimes for noarly ''  hundred mllos It never passos a human habitation.  urbs.  Oh, George, greeted his wlfo, the dog  has boen whining all day long! What  do you fiiipposo la tbe matter?  Why, growled Georgo, lhe darn  old kicker probably wants his houao  papered.  On a tramcar. Come and dine with,  mo tonight, said Hounderby.  Sorry, replied his friend, but I'm going to see Charley's Aunt.  That's all right, old chap. Tho  moro tho worrier. Bring her with  you.  Nervous Sufferers  Often Look Well  Automobile Fin da  SNAP  ^���������m���������m.^     Ilm Only clcnnrr tlmtwill  z^^HXt^*\  efiVrtimllv  re-movr- i,ic;im(.,  -���������> ut t'.iiiii. i������C.iiii3.11111 lei*. 11  thi������ linmrti ���������miviih nml salt.  sum'Ai in-!ttcr limn lump.  Yo*-Ue*]������rSf.ll)Siup.  Hart th* foa*-iti.  iii* Cmirii** Um'til, Mantrol  wmmmmmmmm  Wife���������t wish, doar, Hint you'd act  ..,,      .    ....     .  I4U      H,},       JU..I,      i llll    ll      IlltllilU   I    .4      u.������..  t'rtnllf     c.1.,'1      .Inn.l      (*J>>>     11,1,11'I III.'    Jlf     |l'  conurl'Mieo  While  pcrr.fMi?! r.ubjer-t  tr������ illnordorH ���������  of tho nerves aro frequently thin and  weak, such la not always ihe ciuio by  any means.  Many are ot ruddy and vigorous  strength and so healthy In appearance  that they receive llttlo or no nynv  pathy.  , In such canes tho symptoms Indicate troublo In tho head and spinal  cord.     Though strong In a muscular  i-nitc-V^ |i,n flAfiiiMi nrr> nffi-eleil, nnd  spells of holplosnnosfl como over Iho  sufferer. Tlio condition Is alarming  bc-caujio tho rcmilt to be expected In  parnlynls.  Aw In nil forma of nervous oxhaua-  tlmt    Dr.   PhTinr-'H   Nerve  Forml   Is  tho  pnckingig^tm Chase's  trnn1rm"*nt from which "rhe best rofuiltn  aro to bo obtalnod.  You cannot uloep, and fool reatloss  and Irritable; you gain strength, and  then a llttlo extra excitement brings  on a norvous collapse, and helplessness and discouragement como over  you again.  It him* 111 a Impossible to concc-nliaU������  the mind and to apply yourself to tho  duties ot tho day. Yot your appear-  nn co In iuic.h I hat people are Inclined  to Ihlnk you ������hnmilling. I  Dr. Clume'o Norvo Food will do  wonders for you ir yivi only give It a  chance. Gradually and naliirolly It  realorc'.i new vigor to the- norvco nn-������  new bono and eonfldnnco to tho mind..,  ���������- 1 IF"  .. .1  Hub���������Your  yon, ch?  Wlfo���������Oh. no. but luvil two moro 1   GO cents a box, a to   $2,150, at all dealers, or Kdninnsou, B������to������ & Co., Um*  lmtu right away. Huil, Toronto.  mn  [������������������I'Ml'tMMIMIMM-M--'* *__���������  _������-  TBE   CBESTON    EEyiBW,   CRESTON;   B. 0.  _H___4rWW  The iJreston ^ewtew  Published every   Friday atCreston, isritish Columbia, by the Orestesi-Th  ing and Publishing Company, .Ltd.  The Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Creston valley, cir  culating in nearly one thousand homes throughout the Oreston district and  reaching ont in a broad manner into other communities. Onr advertising rates  are based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary Printers' Board of Trade.  Land purchase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time,. Display adver-  t.ic-rnents, aj -er inch per month; other advertising 10 cents -per line first issue  arid Scents^perline inT-racceeding weeks. Subscription rates $2.00 a year in  advance. Onr columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of local interest and the welfare of the community. C-atributions nmst be brief and  signed.  'I ^P^^  ���������^EB^"* ~mmagm* .jj-g _____      -*������3 -_^*te--   fiS8 ^m fggmmaf  ^ ^tsSmJ K,KJr..3mA. .__--A-VSl,%*--&.    6_   j-?   \/|VOIII||      III;     __  em  ������ sis������ :^?  A. B. S. Stanley  Editor and Manager  ss  NEW BANKING ACT IN U. S. A.  The United States are introducing a new Banking Bill  called "The Administration Banking Act.'' The new bill  concentrates banking reserves and makes sit ch reserves leg .-illy available in a pinch. It makes commercial paper a strictly liquid asset by authorizing the federal reserve institutions  to rediscount it at all times and to draw upon tbe credit of  the government if necessary  tor that purpose.  This feature does away with Stock Exchange loans for  secondary reserve and will t.nd to make money cheaper for  legitimate business purposes and will also ensure against  sudden collapses of credit and business panics.  Such a bill, if enacted will very much improve the banking system in our sister country. But we require much reform on this side of the line. Money should be more easily  obtained for farming in its various phases and for ordinary  commercial purposes, instead of large established concerns  and corporations monopolizing the available capital it should  be equally-at the service ofthe small dealer. As a matter of  fact the ratio of loss in small discounts is much less than  when the large sums are handled.  The German farmers have solved the question for themselves by means of a number of small communal banks affiliated throughout the district, backed by the government ofthe  Kaiser,    Almost any man can get a loan by bringing paper  signed by a certain number of his neighbors to buy or culti-  <_ i- _     ������.   w>u_u _     "-yai-cju  The Leading  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  Our   Guests  Call   cAgain  YOXJ will make no mistake  when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  ^  m  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen,   Ranchers,  Tourists  j| During the Month of  ������ August we will Close Our g  % Store at 7 p.m. instead of ft  % 8 p.m as Formerly, Except %  *    Saturday, and would ask    m  ana Commercials.  /. B. Moran  Prop,  fSb.  THE C4NADIA1M RANK  ���������**���������������    --������������������������ --*���������_������������������'. M-h-i-V ^9aa^~ ���������**���������   **mm*m*     m  mtm   J.WJk^'   j*K_* ^���������������   J���������_���������_������������������     **��������� *mm*^  ���������*_���������_   mmm* mom     *������   ���������������-���������-������ *������������������������  _TlT?   f%fXWI1M[T?T*r%T?  V<TJL ^_xVJ^JLT-L_.VJL-L_fJL'������L^^/^-f  r~\t  fc   you to assist us by Shop-   &  ft:  rtnp Earr  ping  y  ifl  m  ���������fft       mm : ._  , , ������.  I Creston Drue&Book Goa 1  'i\ *" (iy  $ Phone 51 ������  ^&&&&&&&&&^&  __:__:__:^^^*������^^^__:g*__J*^**'  ���������^������������������^s^^*l!r=^3r^r'sr-;������r-^- ^���������^^���������^���������������r**������r-������fir-������^������r������*r^.������r.^-*>f**  CAPITjAJL, $15,000-000  REST, $12,500,000  vate land or to   conduct a small business.    Q--'u --���������    ������������������-^  would be a boon to the Canadian farmer or  small trader.���������  Slocan Star.  MONEY  ORDERS  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting* small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank: in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at  the following* rates:  $5 and under     3 cents  >vsr     5 and not exceeding $10     6  IO       " " 30 ..IO  REMITT-VNCES   4ABROAD  should be made by means of our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS and MONEY  ORDERS.    Issued -without delay at reasonable rates.  Percy  B. Fowler, Manager Creston Branch  Over  <<  tt  tt  tt  _  _  *S?  ������5  W  ���������as  _  .'4*.  _  _  _  _  _  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  All class of TURNOUTS supplied at short notice.   The latest styles of  CUTTERS and BUGGIES tor sale and hire.   Saddle and pack horses a  Speciality.  Feed for sale.      Agent for the McLaughlin Manfg. Oo.      Horses for sale  I ssi prepared to fill all orders, "both by wire and mail,* and meet all trains  at any honr of the day* or night.   Commercial men and landseekers, -will  receive prompt attention  H. S. McGreathb Prop  phone 56 Sirdar Avenue Box 14  ���������9������S3-���������3S-@-������-$-__-^  ������ ������ _  We are in receipt of a communication from the Fernie  Board of Trade with regard to our editorial in the last number of the Review,  Among other things thev say:  l,We are not endeavoring to knock legitimate dealers. The  people we are after are the plausible, oiley, unscrupulous  sharks who infest every logging camp, sawmill mine and  other industries where there is a pay-roll, and confine their  operations largely to the uneducated foreigners and other  laborers. The stuff that is being offered to them is largely  subdivision property and from 3 to 4 miles from the business  center of several western cities, which at the present time has  absolutely no market at home, as it is not needed for residential purposes."  And to make it still plainer to the man who is seeking to  invest his money in legitimate real estate, they enclosed a  circular letter containing a table of civic improvements necessary before suburban property is suitable for residential  puposes.   'A few of the facts we mention below:  Within the onemile circle there would be 19,200, 25(001  lots, 144 miles of sidewalks, 72 miles of streets, 46 miles of  sewers and water pipe line.  Within the two mile circle there would be 76,800 25 foot  lots 576 miles of sidewalk, 286 miles of streets, 192 miles oi  sewers and water pipe line.  Within the three mile circle there would be 172,800. 25  foot lots, 1,296 miles of sidewalks 648 miles of streets, 432  miles of sewers and water  pipe line.  The Toronto Globe states editorially that the present  limits of Toronto with aj^ mile circle will accomidate over  a milium people  without ovei-eruvvuijig.  #   ���������   ���������  __ careful study of R. G. Dun's Review of last Saturday  mIiows a decidedly more hopeful outlook  as  apparent  in   all  lines and from all quarters.      This in view of the apathy ahr-,  ways characteristic of vacation   times  may be taken to he  even more indicative of better times  than  appears  on  the  surface, and from an authority  of  the weight  of Dun's,  is j  surely significant.  * # *  Col. Sam Hughes, Minister of Militia, was on the right  track when  he jumped  on  bibulous   officers   at   Halifax.  There are times w^eh a little plain speaking is a  very  go64  thing all round.    That was one of them.  * -# ������  Show us the town where the mei chants and business  men are co-operating with each other, pulling together, and  we will show you a town that is prospering and the community round it doing the same thing.���������Southern Merchant.  *    *    *  The death of Senator Ellis of St. John, removes one of  the most useful and respected members of the Upper House.  Although a strong Liberal, Senator Ellis did his own thinking, as his course on the Naval Bill showed. He will be  greatly missed from the precincts of Parliament.  f  PERT PARAGRAPHS.  Not Deteriorated Muoh.  "-How did thoy como to givo you a  diploma?*'  "To got rid of mo, I guess." TJNIJHJ88 you hnvo 1* superstition in  "Thon  you  woro  not  n  prlzo stu- tho ������������0|,hl������K that you uro about to  dent?" , hnn(l out Q l>retty Rtlff diiy _ work you  '���������W_ll, 1 kuuw aluioirt a������ much wbeu    nro not ,,,te,y t0 bo ot mweh account  I camo out as whoa I went tn." during tho day.  Rrlngli-ig Her To.  Bho Jumped six foot and ntlored a  ���������piercing cry.  "What la tbo mottor, darling?** ha  askod.  "Too atepped on my pet com."  "I'm euro tt muut bo only u popcori.  on your dainty foot"  Mayb* Ha Was In Love, But���������  MI soo you havo quit culling upon  Kadi*.**  MYa-a������.'������  "Charming _1rll"  "Ya-as; cburmlng girl, al) rlutit, bnl  1 don't Ilka tho brand off clgtirs bor  -������>.t4u>   muuitm,  Wayeld* Chat.  "Whs. did thoy givo yonso nt dnl  Ini-tt homo"*"  ���������'fllmmii thrwo mlnutoN hofnt-r. tni-nli*.'  I toosa da dog."���������Kansas City Journal.  Wo sometimes wolcoiuo a humbug,  but wo nro rather hard on til in If ho  doesn't bum In tune wltb our particular bug.  A mnn who ls n hard drinker can't  Occupy n moti plnoo vory lonfj.-  Tha pessimist works not for fnmi  nor honor nor gold, but bocauso hi  boos tbo poorhouflo looming In tho mid  dlo distance.  Ono woman says tbat spring bouso-  cleaning lacks rent whon hor husband  Is away bocnuse alio needs the atlmuin-  ���������Inn   nf  nil   Ma   4-rl/l   l<4M������un,.|n-Ml pr.  i.tinm*.  units.  Should you over suspect  that gold  SYNOPSIS OF GOAT- MIWm REGtF  NATIONS  Ooal mining rights of the Dominion, j  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  the Yukon. Territory, the North-west  Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may he leased  for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,560 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person, to the Agent  or Sab-Agent of the distriot in whioh  the rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land muBt  bo described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsnrveyed  territory tho tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be aooompanied  by a fee of 1*5 which will be refunded if  the rights applied for nro not available  but not otherwise. A royalty shall be  paid on the nierohnutable output of the  mine nt tho rate of five con Is per ton.  The person operating tho mine shall  furnish tlio Agont with bwoiu roturna  accounting for tlio full quantity of merchantable oonl miued and pay the royalty Mioroiu. If tho ooal miuing rights  nro not being operated, 8 oh returns  should bo furnished at leant onco a yoar  The laiiHO will inclnde tho ooal mining rights only, but tho losfloe may be  permitted to purchase -whntovor avail-  ub'o surface rights may bo considered  neoesaary for tbo working of the mino  at the rate of $10 an aoro.  For f nil lufoniiutiou application should  bo liui'lt") to tho Secretary of tbo Department of tho Interior, Ottawa, or to any  Agont or Sub-Agout of Dominion Lauds  W. W. OOltY,  Dopnty Minister of tbo lutorlo**  N.  B.���������Unauthorized publioatli u of  i.l.1..   I.U ,1,1 It 4i.J4ll.4IU      ir, 4l4   "uCrir     vis   (JU.U   .Ul.  Moms  mi*n  can't   help  being  sentl*  BURNS  til-ia!  CTam*-Sli**0A������*n ���������  I Ul MI.-.OI ������  bricks nomc-mes tako the form of mont0i wticn tiu-.v .-cc a prrtty woman  ���������uburbnn lots and fruit farms In No-; with a four 10a red *-io-������������r. and whi-n  wi>oro,r 1 ��������� . 1 aba la ��������� widow tbolr Dnlab la in sight  ARE  Sow Burns'Fertilizers  And Reap Dollars.  Call or send for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  P. BURNS & Co.  Llmltod  CRESTON       -      B.C.  Head Office  CALGARY; VANCOU  ER;    EDMONTO  I  Like Father, Like Son.  William bad just returned from college, rosplendont Jhi peg top trousorsj  silk hosiery, a fancy waistcoat and w  necktio that spoke for Itsolf. Ho en-|  tared tho library where his father was;  reading. Tho old gentloman looked up  and surveyed his son. The longer ho  looked tho-moro dlngustod ho became. ���������  "Son," ho flnnlly blurted out, "you  look llko a fool."  Later tho old major who lived noxt  door camo In and grooted tho boy  heartily,  "William," ha said, wltb undlagiilsed  admiration, "you look exactly ao your  father did twenty years ago when ho  camo back from school!"  "Yos." replied William, with a smile,  "eo father was Just tollln*r m*."���������km*  don Photo Bits.  Always ty*-}.:.  ���������_ henr there in n ***ond tlmo eomlnc."*  "Whore did yon hour thntr"  "Down the street a bit."  "Calm yourself.    It will- b������ handed  off beforo It gets ber������."  Then Wa Don't  W* ao to sleep mimoUoo ulaht  And tell the trlrl to -wake tie 1st*  And ���������wtmtlii real anil ewt-etljV dreaos  Unless we are a eartdldsto.  Business. " |  An expart lookad Into til* eyes 1  And, thlnklns of the comlni* checks.  Although he found them eood and atrnn-**,  Prescribed (or blm some sold  rimaied  ���������nil-*  ���������nMmoMnNirpM  m.  ii'iiiHi'niiiii������BWTrii7riri'm'>ni������wa  "t"iyiii,,|'t "itl  Smtilm,S,iSi.-,���������  [i* f ytttyj������1,'jtiu 1 ������*f*������ii( iw hiuj in  IMMIW  msmm*tmwmmmmmmmmm  uummmmm i  TB&- PBESTO-I    IIE^SEW,    ^UlSTOW,   B^G,  "    , ,.���������-���������--."^_,j._;, ,r_^,;; ,.. _^��������� _.in- ��������� ������������������ ... ������������������- '������������������������-__���������.-^^������������������f-.'-i ������������������.���������_������������������ ���������? ��������� ���������   "��������� ������������������ ������������������   ���������''��������� -Hi- "'   i'~i" " _j Y  ?i Ti iiisii_ri_ir_>V":���������.iniiiai  s spin  ���������U<i J   II   I  f  I   I  h ^1^,_^4-U_  IVIUI ILI-I  c%  fi  Aiin i-i  c uniy  t>DBCi  ch New  ubseri  ion or  VVC3S  IF ITS PRINTING  \s :^% B '1 '   ^!__ S _-_ _kS h  Y������BBB     IWUMB  F   f_MI   00  IT  B  8  rB   SliB   W  iWWWWWWWWWW'  Creston  SUf:^fAtfm^f^.f.f.^i������^^  iftmSrwjeivaitenaM  ':ti;~:,:-:titif^?r?,^.>,(,-3.jv^$mfe&0tt  '���������;::?'3#i#! >?!  ?���������������   . il  VARICOSE VEINS CURED  aar no n</vmes used without written consent.  Confined fo His Home for Weeks.  ���������'Heavy -work, severe etrotnlnp and evil habits la youth brought* on  Va-0o������o*V������������liiB. "Whon I wo-cod hard tlio aching "would become  sovoroundl waa ottoa laid up tor a woolc at a time. My ���������'iimlly  ������liy_lo|antol(lmouiioiioratloiiwftfl7myonlylion('--_ub I droailod It.  I tried uovoral DpooJalluta, bub soon found out all thoy wasted wan my  ���������money. I oommenood to loolc upoo all dootoi-H ns Uttlo bolter than  roauon. Ono day xny boua onltod mo why I wan ofi! worlc so muoli ana  I told Mm my condition. Ho advlaod mo to consult Dm. Kennedy &  Konnedy, os lio had taken troatmont froni thom lilmuolf and know  tlioy woro square and bIcIIKuI. 1 wvoto thom and got Tnic Nkw  MBTnonTiiw-rMKH-r. My prorcronuwaa nomewhat slow and during  tlio llrnt month'!' troatmouo 1 wuuuoniowliut dlucouru_ou. However.  I continued troatmont tor tliroo months Jonr-or and was rowarilod  with a ooinpluto oiii-o.  I conld only earn anl a woolc In a maohlno  Shop boforo troatmont, now I nm eiiriitna WI and nevor looso A day.  wfih all suttorers know ot your vuluaulo twatmonti. ______  llKNItY 0. LOCUST.  HJ4������  YOUR   BLOOD   BEEN   DISEASED?  Church Notices  CATHOLIC OHUROH  .Sunday School ovory Sunday at 2:80  OHUROH OP ENGLAND  Chris. Ohnroh  Sunday School at 10:15 a.m.  Morning Prayer at 11:00 a, in.  Evening Prayor 7:510 p. in.  TCrloUson School  ISvciiinjj; Prayer 8:(H) p. in.  R. AXON, Wtiidont In charge  very  MAflO' ^__  __��������� .     _  S-MlftfD eiir*!* all Yilood'dleoiuiMi.  . youno or wanna, aa ,  down your syotem.  You too  ���������it-fly you are not tbe man you  Thoy sap tho  - "* ���������uno  W  DCII1CD Aroyoua**Hcllm������ nawyoujoflti honef Are yon Intending to mnrryf' nm*  lltAUtH-your bipod beenjfllnoasodr JJavo you any, worihncsjf Our Nuw Mbti od  -l-aMMKirr Vlll ouroyon.  What lb has dono for other- Ifcv.d do for you.  Con.ulutlon  IK  r**i^Hff3\&tter~V^^ wrlto fwnn liomwt opinion Fw-e *t Chars*.  futfr* Prt^'Iloyhood, Manhood, yafiioriiood."  Ulltwtrotoa) on hlucaiios of Mon.  !S,m4*t**MJI OCIUUVIlkVI  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Grfswold St., Detroit, Mich.  All lettrrn from Cnuniln miiflt 1������* rn1i!reHS*<l  to our Canadian CorrcBpoutlciice Depart'  Qtt  ������������������B^NOTICE  n *���������"  tUUUk JJl  -nr������,t;....l T....U  lllUUIrVl,    Vlll.        Ai    Jl'.t    ���������1...14-    kv,  ,,|������. i������ Tlwl^rtl-- nm *r>r. mi.r. nm] trfnt  4f*1,'t1J     lhM#    kl**Trfc *if*-f t lull ���������* J      W*-*������    . * v    ���������   -���������      ���������    ��������� ���������  im������ ������alle������U in our Windsor offices which ore for Corrcspoudcnco nnd  laboratory tor Caiiadutit business only.   Address all letters aa follows:  DRS. KENNEDY A KtNNEDY, Windsor. Onl.  Write for oar private addreaa.  .wm-wrwu-p __ -___asna___-_-___������3_  METHODIST OHURCH  Bi'Ktiiiiing tho (IrBt Sunday in May  Junior Oongri'gatlon and Blhlo OlasH  11 A. M.  Publlo Worship, 7:110 P. M.  Oomo and holp us to holp you.  Frod Tj. OarpontiM'  PiiHlor  ���������������������-1������-1" ���������)         ��������� i ���������.   i -���������  1������l������l,'UI������Vr������|'I(*.jH AM      f'M'TIM'll  Ri'i-vii'ti ovoi'y Sunday at 11 n. in.  nnd 7:.U' p. in.  Halibut li Bchonl ul 2*:������> p. in.  Adults lilblu OIiihb mootii ovory Thurs-  d y ovoiilng.  \V. O. Hi.-kw  M iniuLer  Money is Tight  But there are people who  are constantly looking .for  opportunities to lend money  on good security. If you want  to borrow a few dollar*, or a  few thousand.our Want Ads.  will put you In touch with  those who have money to  loan.  tMNMI-UI ��������� MM.  THE   HOME  OF   THE  TRANSIENT  ���������m.  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  THE BEST AND MOST  POPULAR HOTEL INV  THE KOOTENAYS  Run on strictly tip-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.  ���������  I  Porters Meet Trains  Wm.A HERON,  f  MANAGER  -R-S__-SS_____-B  i  fl���������i!!!!i!f- rDISITD  iO VEGETABLES  The Home on the Farin  Can Often Use By-Products to Advantage  . By Knowing How  to Can  PROFESSIONALS  R.STEWART  Real Estate. Loans and Gen  era! Brokerage  Special   represeneative,   The   National  Realty Company  Creston  B.C-  DENTISTRY  wi  FOR SALE���������Tho hcnutilul homo with  Its magnifloont flowora, woll  nppolntod  Because of the present high prices of  food produots? a decided interest has recently been taken in the canning of fruits  finrl ���������vroarot'caVloa nfe liAtirio    cm-o Q    *R   Glto^rr  ......    . ^0m.m.^.^.. C.  ....S...^,    m^jm   mf.   mm. fc.......,  in Green's Fruit Grower. An abundance of fresh orchard and garden products can he had in season, but usually  the "winter supply of these foods is  obtained in the form of commercially  canned good. These are often poor substitutes for the fresh articles, especially  the cheaper grades which lack tho de!i������  I .-,-*.-   xx.       _������ *. j, *.      ���������.-J x. "r���������-  UtSbO UHYOt      UL   Hid     l-.Oc.j_     JJl'uUUOlrSc       iu  many instances it is frequently the case  that during the winter months the most  delicious and wholesome fruits and vegetables are abseiit from rhe daily bill of  fare, . Possibly sbme tomatoes have been  canned, some fruits preserved or dried,  but ao attempt has been made to *c-ye������  serve the most nutritious vegetables and  the most palatable fruits because of the  impression that it is impossible to keep  them. Itls possible for every housewife  to run a small canning factory in her  own .kitchen. Fruits and vetgetables  oan be "put up'' ln glass jars at home  much cheaper1 than they oan be purchas-  ed'Vn"the"fornr* or_ cdmmeroially canned  goods, and tlie flavor', 'texture and general quality of the homo-made product  oan be made superior to the product of  the average faotory. It iB just as easy  to keep corn, peas, beans and any frnit  as it is to keep tomatoes and peaches���������  a fact that has been demonstrated by  commercial paokera who have canned  almost every variety of fruit and vegetables.  Thoro hns boen & belief by tho geuetnl, \  publio that their is something mysterious or decidedly complicated in the  commercial canning process. Tho only  secret of thlB process is a careful observance ot two things���������Cleanliness and  Complete Sterilization. Minute forms  of llfo, whioh we call bacteria, are present ovary where in untold numbers.  The air wo brouthe, tho water we drink,  and the food wo oat aro tcomlng with  them Thoao baoterir*. aro praotloally  the soul cause of tho spoiling or fermenting of tho various fruits aud vogotabled.  Tho reproduction of bacteria, whioh is  vory rapid, io brought about by ono of  two proooMfloR. The bacterium oither  divides itself into two parts, making two  baoterla whoro one existed boforo, or  olso reproduoositsolf by moans of sporeo.  Spores may bo compared with tbo scod  of an ordinary plant. Thoso spores pre-  i.uut Ibo clnof dilhouUy In cnni-iig tbo  product-it of tlio orchard and gardou.  All forms of baoterla aro killed by  oomploto sterilization. This Is nothing  moro thau enclosing tho produots to bo  btorilizid in jan*  or ouuu  thai  can bo  IT. E. HALLD.D.S.  Office   over  Frank Parks Hardware  ���������Store���������Baker Streec.  CRANBROOK,  B������ Oi  GUY   LOWENBERG  V^/"������-i������.~-<*������*rT������ mivrl      -3^-*-_*t_-.rni'  CRESTON  JB.Qa  _������\T*F*f**r   I"* ^r-_-_^-y-������������������->>���������-������.  \JJS,JH.ijJL..    X %J U _M -r ���������-������ C* i-.  Real Estate and Insurance.  HOUSES TQ BENT  CRESTON     -    '���������'������������������-      B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  irise. Life and Aooident In_aranco  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  TIJATT  4k MJ*_i4  JtJ.'Sm'*  Save your Piano hy  having  an   expert  sHp3j?o$ar Timing.   '���������  ": ���������>j.aH*. crompton  ���������pRE^TON, B. C.  WORK GUARANTEED. ALL  IN DS O P REPAIRS.      DROP A  POSTAL* AND I'LL CALL  WI. IR. Bcatti-  CRANBROOK  - B. G.  Tho  Funeral Director  A. Mirabelli  Saddle and  Harness   Repairing  A SPEOIALTY  Dealer in   high   class  boots and shoes.  VCR 0. YCARS'  -XFCRIKNCK  lawn ond floworin shrubbery, lately va  oatodbythe-Rov.P.  Hayman,   I. tor ������o������J^ ������^*fght and Hubiiilttiug thom to  hi*]** mr will rone   to a di'Miruiiin   iniiiirii..  For further particulars enqulro from  T. M. Edmondson, Oroston B. O.  TV  ift������ Vrrriftat Pf-m-ih* PIH#  A relUbU Prench reaulalnr; never fatla. The*o  pills _r������ bxceeulnirlv powerful In reniilfttlnir tho  nanerttlvA portion of tlio temaU ���������yalom. 1'nluaa  all c".-mr> ImltaMotif. I>r. ������!��������� ���������������������������*'��������� ara anld at  ]S a box, nr ihroo loi lid. Mailed to any aildrcaa.  The 0tttfeo*t_ Wruc Com 01. Catharlavs, Oot.  heat of uulllccnt tompcrnturo for a tlmo,  long onough to dostroy tho bnotona that  online tho raw liuilni ini to spoil. Sturil-  I'/.alloii is readily nooonipliHhod by tho  uso of boiling water. Thoro arc tbroo  flUfcrout ways by which this can bo  done. Whllo tbo parent bnotoriu can ho  killed ut   thn   tomperituro   of   boili'ig  (Continued on Pegs 8)  TfMt>c Marks  niv-itiN_  -7~-*--4->f ���������������        COPVRIQHT8 &C  JlnrAii* aMiSlris a ak**ah anil daiorlpllnn may  *Siilp������tl*f aarKMrtalii onr ������*>t>lnlf>n frmm *h������lli'iir an  liC       f -     ......-���������      ���������  ...  liiVAiitinn la prohahlr nataniabl*,  fximmnnli*a     1_    ^j -  tloiia atrloM v ooiitldantli  aoiit frau. endaat  Pi '  dantfal. tMNDBdOK on I'aUmU  ...... aa-anny 1ftf iamirlii* p*UmU.  ntrinta tnkan tfirnnsh Munn Acd.mmit*  tt> _<*il mtitUfS, wlthoat cWm, ta tb*  0r m.t x x x At at m.     % mxxx x x.tt m. m xm  ^vivmiiiv junu iviiii*  K haiul*������iii*ly Uliinr-UMl w������*kly. l*i������.'.i cir-  nultaion ot any aclanllrln Journal, 'ffiriiii for  Canada, $fl,n a. ye*r, |,u������Ui*a prvkiiiltl. Hul4 liy  ill ncwaitaalara,  ���������aS'-lwrsfeW  ���������v-j. -THE REVIEW, CRESTON, B. C.  Wanted to be Realistic  She could not see Ms face as he  knelt and asked her to be his. She  was glad of that, for she did not wish  to know how much suffering her" refusal canse.d him...  She told him as gently as she could  that their lives could not be linked together: that, although she admired  him and esteemed him, she felt that  it would be risking his future as well  as her own to consent to a union  where she was sure no affinity existed. It v-as a touching speech, and  she threw so much heart into it that  she did not observe that he was taking  notes in shorthand. When she had  concluded he arose and put his notebook in his pocket. Extending his  hand, he remarked, genially:  I'm ever and ever so much obliged  to you.  S-i-r-r-r!  You said it to nicely, and I'm under  a thousand obligations. I'm writing  a novel, and I have a scene in which  a girl refuses to marry a man. I  was anxious to avoid the stereotyped  style of depicting such incidents and  make it realistic You're the seventh girl I have proposed to? and every  one of the others accepted me. If  you had said: Yes. I think I'd have  been "Completely discouraged.  Have Seen Transported From Holland  Certain relics of Paul Kruger are to]  have a resting place in a Transvaal}  r '.seurm by virtue of a court of appeal, decision at the Hague. Judgment was given in the appeal brought  by M. Hiddie Nyland, the defendant  in the action Instituted hy Dr. Leyds  and various Boer leaders for the restoration of certain South African  relics and other objects of Interest  \nt by Oom Paul which formed the  nuclues of the South African museum  established h/ M." Nyland at Dord-  i'relit.  The court upheld the provisional decision of the Dordrecht court which  rejected the application of. the Boer  leaders, but found Dr. Leyd's application to be admissible. Tlie objects  have been transported to South  Africa.  -_f:  Guaranteed bj the maker and  puaranteed by euerp IvIcCiary dealer to  ds the most efficient heater money -will buy���������-yet  it costs no more than an ordinary furnace. Fills the  house with pure* warm c/r, even in the coldest  weather and, consumes verv little fuel. Write to  the nearest McGlary Branch if you do not  know the McClary dealer of  y your locality.     .J550  &m  er  &fcON^piC^ir6^  _ggS*SjBWBB8  "Minard's Liniment ussi by Physician*  A Guaranteed Article  Two travellers in the fireproof safe  line were soliciting orders from a merchant, who decided to bestow his tr-  der upo.i the oae whose advocacy  Froved the most convincing.  "Well, remarked Number One, a cat  was put i.i one oir" our safss, and a  fire raged ail rom-d the safe for 24  hours and the animal came out alive.  A cat was put in one of our safes.  asserted Number Two. Then the  safe stood in a fire for 4S hours, and  the animal was taken .ut dead!  Ah! snorted Number One triumphantly.  Yes, added Number Two. Tlie eat  was frozen to death.  Number Two got the order.  His Name was George  The next door neighbor scornfully  surveyed the bride of two weel i chopping her firewood in the back garden.  I should have thought it was your  husband's place to do that chopping  she remarked, and forthwith proceeded to give the young wife a lecture on  the way to keep husbands down.  But, Mrs. Morgan, stammered the  newly-wedded proudly defending the  absent one, George has more important things on his mind than chopping  firewood.  And haven't you? snapped the Women   Rights   advocate.  Why no, rejoined the bride blushing  a little. All I have ou my mind is  Georgia:  The  only   unoccupied  room  Entertaining a Czar  It must be wearing on the nerves  to be host to the Czar of All the Rus-  sias. When King George arrived  ln Berlin to attend the wedding of  | the Kaiser's daughter and Prince lCrn-  est of Cumberland he was accorded a  popular welcome. He rode through  lanes of people and 'Hock I' and 'Hurrahs!' and what display of soldlcry  there was, was suggestive only of tho  pomp and -ircumstance of militarism  not of its grim force. But what a  difference when the Czar camo. *  In a twinkling tha capital was transformed into an armed camp. For  twenty-five miles along the. rail-road  track, soldiers with loaded rifles stocd  at intervals of fifty yards. Troops  were massed in the station, in every  nook of which lurked policemen,  while disguised detectives served aa  porters, and the station approaches  thronged with a gay crowd when the  King and other notable guests arrived, wero swept clean of spectators-by  morning the clerk was approached by  the guest when the latter was; ready-  to check out.  Well, did you have a good night's  rest? the vlerk asked.  No. I didn't, replied ihe Kansau.  The room was all right, and the bed  wa^ pretty good, but .1 couldn't sleep  very much, for 1 was afraid some one  would want to tako a bath, and tho  only door to it was through my room.  Come here, Phoebe, was the imperative command of another  housewife  . in   the  commuter  zone.       I  want  to  j show yoa something.    I     Yassum*.   answered  Phoebe,  wiping  Relief from  Asthma.���������Who can de-! he,r hil-nd5 oa h?r *Pr?a-     tt.  scribe the complete relief from suffer-|     Y'v.ar':   >'ou   t0  !wl*  Si  this  chair,  Ine which  follows  th?  use of Dr.  J. I saia tne ������?*--ress. pointing to the fur-  D.'Kellogg's Asthma Remedy?     Who > Uiture*       n ls  illeral-.v  coverea with  caa   express   the  feeling  oi  joy   tha:  comes ���������..���������hen its soft and gentle infta  standing shoulder to shoulder, with  fixed bayouets, along a route literally  swarming with police.  This is what it Is to entertain the  Autocrat or. All the Russlas. the  world's most absolute ruler, over  whom hangs always the shadow of  assassination. It taxes even royai  hospitality to entertain a Czar, but  the visit of Nicholas 11., may serve  the useful purpose of giving Germans  an excellent object lesson iu the workings of autocracy.  Tired of Waiting  Puddleton and Mudmore were met  to decide supremacy at cricket, and  the newly-elected captain of the Pud-  dletonians, to signalize tlio honor dono  to him, was defraying the cost of a  hot luncheon. This repast was to bo  taken at tho close of Iho Urst Innings  and things looked promlsl:..-. for an  early meal until tho last two Mud-  mero batsmen took It into thoir heads  to offer a sturdy resistance to the  home howling. This fact seemed  particularly disquieting to a stout man  In a whit- aprcii, who stood at the  entrance to the pavilion signalling to  the homo umpire.  How's that? bellowed tho bowler, at  length, as iho ball struck tlio batsman  on tho head.  Hout, came the reply.  Hout! cried the batsman, scornfully.    Woll I'm done.  Yes, snapped the umpire, and so's  the mutton, guv'nor. 1 ain't goin' to  eat eiudert, for nobody.  WC     -������--���������������-1  i dust.  enc-c lelieves the tightened, clioking  air tubes'    It has made asthmatic af-  tHf.t-1^^ n Iri. *  ..  f.        nfl *  >..   ~ ^....i. 0f^���������        ,*f. f^..  4tlUl .UII       t\       t-14114^      Ul       (Lit?       MU3L       L U i        UJV.U"  sands. it never faiis. Gooil druggists everywhere have sold it for  years.  v:;  i assum.   promptly  replied the imperturbable Phoebe. I suppose nobody hain't set ia it lately.  The teacher was--ende-avori.ig to illustrate to her puf'ils the association  of different species of life with common substances.  For instance, she explained, you will  always find plants where there is soil,  birds   where   there  are  trees,  and  so  on.       Now can anyone tell me what  -we associate with fish?  Suddenly, with the velocity of an  aeroplane, a hand shot up from the  back row. It wus the property of  Tommy    Jones. Please,    miss,    1  know, piped that worthy.  Well, was the teacher's query.  Chips, was tbo unexpected reply.  My sen. this is disgraceful. Your  school report shows that you are the  last youth iu the class of twenty-two.  It might have been worse, father.  In what way?  There might have been more boys  tn thi. clais.  Kill ���������1.4.   nn ��������� i..   *-   *n,.x.i..  ��������� fll^lll.     (VIC4INC     Cft     IVIIdlOIVt?  I have often stood In a slaughter  Souse, observed tha fleshy man from  Chicago, while the butihers wpre kill-  In nr hogs on all sides of me.  Oh, exclaimed the tender-hearted  tut tactless New Haven girl, vere'nt  Tou dreadfully ,.1'rald?  A Record in Laziness  Tho laziost man ls reported In Arkansas, where lie conducts a shoo  store ln a 111 tie town. A woman  entered hlu shop one day and said  Blio wanted to buy a pair of shoes.  The lazy man who was sitting on a  box ai one ond of hlr, ostagllnhmcnt,  looked nt hor, yawned wearily, and  then said: I can't wait on you to-day.  Conic- iu aouiu tlmo when I'm UauJiug  up.  Sen. why don't you play circus? It  is _reat fun. First you make a sawdust ring.  Where'll I get the sawdust, dad?  Here's the saw. Just saw some  or that cordwood into stove lengths.  You can have all the sawdust you  make.  What's the wrangle about in Plunk-  ville?  Some of the community want to  maintain mudholes and swell their  private fortunes by hauling automobiles out. Others want to improve  the highways, pinch 'em for speeding  and apply the proceeds to public  works of all kinds.  CHILDHOOD COLIC  COMPLETELY CURED  No other medicine wil! so quickly  cure colic as will Baby's Own Tablets.  They regulate the bowels, sweeten the  stomach and drive out every t."aee of  this trouble. Concerning them Mrs.  Wm. A. Smith, Rockhaven, Sask.,  writes: "I like Baby's Own Tablets  and always keep them in the house.  Whenever my baby "has colic I give  her a couple of Tablets and she is  soon well again. I know of no other  medicine for little ones to equal  them." The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents  a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brock ville, Ont.  TH for Tat  The other morning i. warder entered  a ceii and found the prisoner had not  finished lii3 allowance of brerr.d, and  was trying to hide it. The warder  immediately threw it out of the window, remarking that it would do for  the birds to pick, and gave the prisoner his supply of oakum to do. He returned some time later to collect the  prisoner's work, but found him asleep,  and upon remonstrating with him, and  inquiring where his work was, received the following reply:  Well, guv'nor, yer see you threw  my breakfast out of the window, and  I threw the oakum. If the birds  can pick my bread they can pick my  oakum, too!  Obliging ~Him  Arthur Roberts, the famous comedian, like most celebrities of the stage,  was from time to time pestered by  would-be actors who had an Idea that  they were born geniuses. One young  man was particularly persistent iu his  attempts to see Mr. Roberts, and  wrote to him frequently asking for advice as to how he could get on the  stage.  Mr. Roberts politely advised him to  give up the idea, but the young man  would not do so, and began haunting  the Ltage-door of the theatre, until at  last the comedian could stand it no  longer. The aspirant was invited in  one evening, and Mr. Roberts met  him on the stage after the fall of the  curtain.  You are the gentleman who wants  to know how to get on the stage? he  said. Weil, isn't it simple? Isn't  it easy? You're on it now! No, not  a word of thanks! I'm delighted  I'm sure! You'll find find it just as  easy to get off. Good-nieht. After  that he was left in peace.  A Household Medicine.���������They that  are acquainted with the sterling  properties of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric  Oil in the treatment of many ailments  would not be without it ia the house.  It is truly a household medicine and as  it is effective in dealing with many  ordinary complaints it is cheaper than  a doctor. "So, keep it at band, as the  call for it may come most -unexpectedly.  Wbat is believed to    be    the   rflrc't  motor-car chapel  ever constructed Is  being  used  In  tie United  States by  the Catholic Church Extension Society      a Tiffin, Ohio, man once discovered  in the sections of the south-west where  hi ambush a sad-faced little girl with  Pat had just finished chopping the  sticks for the good lady, and she,  bonovolcnt soul, bad asked him  whether he would prefer a cup of  tea or a drop of whisky.  Suro I'lL'rbe takln' a drop of tho  craturo, If you don't mind, said Pat.  So sho brought hlni a glass of whisky and water.  Pat hinted, r.nd seemed not very  well pleased.  Reggln' your pardon, mum, and  which did ye be nfter puttiii* In the  glass Arid, tho whisky or the water?  The whisky Urst, of course, which  Is proper, she replied.  Oh, it'll be all right, then. I'll bj  comin' to the whisky by and by.  the members of the church are too  widely scattered to have stationary  churche-: or chapels. It penetrate.-*  regions which railroads do not reach.  Tho equipment Includes all the usual  essentials for carrying out the rites of  tho Catholic Church In regular form  and with appropriate solemnity.  Why don't  V'lM b iy nn automobile?  I get flufTicleiit oncI lenient, out of the  tnanngomniit of tuy fountain |ien.  irrDfrB^Sr^  l*_l>*"''l''BL_r ^'_^rm^m^m^m^^^r*  l/.viPILLS'i  A factory In Grenoble, France, utilizes the water of a reservoir situated  In the mountains at a height oC 200  yards.      The water reaches the factory  through  a  vertical tube of the  same length, with a diameter of considerably  less  than  an Inch,  the jet  being used to move a turbine.      Kx-  perlments    havo    showed    that    the  strongest men cannot cut the jet with  the best-tern pored sword; and ln some  Instances tho blade has bo������n broken  into   fragments   without  deflecting  a  drop of the water, and with aa much  violence ns a pano of glass may bo  shattered by a blow from an Iron bar.  It has beeri  calculated that a jet of  water a small fraction of on Inch In  thickness, moving with suflicient velocity, could not bo cut by a rlllo bullet.  A man named Bours has boon nr-  rented at Venice. California, jliargou  with shaving the head of his bride In  a fit of jealous rage to m.iko hor look  unattractive In the eyes of other mon.  Tho bride, who Is only sovontoon, and  muoh younger than hor husband, complained that ho ovcrpoworod her, clipped her trorsos close, and then applied  lather nud razor till hor head looked  like a billiard ball.  a fistful of mud. She was standing  In a sheltered corner of a grocery  store and was from time to time peering around down the street.  Who are you waiting for, little girl,,  asked the man.  Henrietta.  What's Henrietta done? asked the  man with a significant glance at tho  mud In tlio child's hand.  Nothln'. Don't you know she's  she's queen of tho May?  Served Him    Right  At a local cricket match In a village  not far from Durham the captain of  the home side, in playing a fast ball  from the crack bowler of the visiting  "You can  have a  comfortable  kitchen  the  hottest  summer  day if  you use a  Oil Cook-stove  No Coal.   No Ashes.   No Dirt.  Furnished with 1, 2 and 3 burners, with shelf and  racks for keeping food hot, and indicator on oil tank.  For best results use Royalitc oil. Stock carried at  all chief points.  THE IMPERIAL OIL  Limited  Montreal        Toronto  Winnipeg    Vancouver  11  Halifax  St. John  frnit*,  eleven, received a sharp crack on the  knuckles.      As  the  batsman danced! cently discomfited  rcund the  crease in obvious  pain a  singer by   announcing   with   marked  Introducing Him  A gentleman was once advertised  to sing at a charity concert presided  over by a city councillor���������a self-made  man.  The first song was 'The Owl.' On  rising to announce it the chairman was  interrupted and informed that the  singer had 'not arrived, a fact that he  duly notified to the audience.  A little latter, however, the missing  baritone made his appearance, and  was observed by the worthy chairman,  who called oh him without delay.  But the dinger had hurried, and had  not recovered his breath, so, with apologies, this fact was suitably explained  and another artist requisitioned. At  length the baritone was quite, ready.  The councillor rose, and quite inno-  the    long-awaited  Do you need Money ?  Send for our application forms.  Do you need Land?  Send for our list and terms.  Do you need an Executor ?  Send for our Will forms sup-1  !  small boy in the crowd was heard to  exclaim:   Serve him right!  You shouldn't talk like that, my  lad, observed an old gentleman, reprovingly. The man's hurt, you  ki.ow.  Yes, Aa knaw, retorted the young-  ter, an' it'll teach 'im what a rap o'er  the knuckle j Is like.  The batsm.-.n was the village schoolmaster.  Minard's  60o  ��������� 4      .  ,  a box  or alx   . >.xc������ for 'J2.&U,  ,11   .Imll.mm     0r   TUx    fV.tr'*   Mr.II.  I   eln*������  Company,   Llmltoo,    Toronto, |  L Canada. I  mmammmmmmm*mmmmmmmmmmm*i0m**m~mmimmmimmmmmm*mmiam0immmmmmm ���������  r���������:������������������������������������ **���������~r  W     IM      I I     ".-"ifi  A Washington man and bis wlfo,  whoso domestic- compllcatloiiH nre fro-  quont but not serloitH, bad ono ovon-  li������K called upon a marrlod couple. On  thoir way home tho lady sold.  Now, lu Iho caoe of the Jonenoo, I  cmilil nay It wan au Ideal niarvlago.  Itciilly 1 hollevt- they both lliluk iibtiO-  luk-ly nllki..  ("liariiilii*, people, charming pooplo!  '������������������iM   hiil.tiv Uul   iiliiiill   III.-   Iliiniillii-  Glady.', If you  will notice, she himici*-  llllV   llllllllli   (lint.  Still Believe In Witchcraft  In many pa- irs of tho modarn world  the believer in wltchcir.ft still gets  hold of ha<r, nail parings and so forth  from an enemy'a head and hands, and  burns, buries or does soinothlng clso  with them in ordor lo entail unpleasant consequLiiccs on that enemy. And  unlvorsal folkloro rovoals the concern  of savages to dispose of tbelr own  hair and nail clippings to prt-vent an  oromy from getting at them. Australian native girls who Imvo bad n  lock of hair stolen from them expect  speedy death as a certainty.  W*mm*��������������������������� ���������**- ��������� II"     -i    >  Like One Bird  Pilfilibfi���������Yr*R, I look hr.r out lo supper, nud tho bill camo to $14.NO.  Slobbs���������Why, bho told mo she did  not eat any moro tha.i a bird,  niobbr���������Well, an ostrich is u bird,  you know.  Liniment  Friend  Lumberman's  confidence  Mr. 'Ampton will now -*.vor us with  the longed for 'Howl.'  Experienced  She (reading)���������And so they were  married, and that was the . last of  their troubles.  He (sotto voice)���������Last, but not  least.  She���������Jack, when we nro married, I  must hnvo three Horviintu.  Ho���������You shall hnvo twonty, dear���������  but not all at tho samo time.  Tin*  Mali-    Ilnl   how  will   llirowlftg  i.l.oiicri  tbruiiK'i   window;]  j;et ymi  iho  vol I- ?  Tlio  Miliiaiii ������������������ Dmi'i  you   ivtni-mlior  .->n.i.i.������;i������in .u i  Among tlio onlrlon for a top-noto  Blueing competition la that of a musical Hwoep. Ho ought to \ma\y uomc-  thing about upper rog'-iiteia.  Slam's Monks nnd Nuns  In tho Kovcntccn provinces of Slum  thoro aro 1.-(1,2I)S    iiionkii   mid    minn  connected with tho temples of tlio nail Vii   H-e.'llKlOll.  While���������What name, pk\.no?  ("hiirlle   -Why?  Wllllo���������SIh Wr.ntH tn I.'ikuv w)ii>lh'-r  lo bo prepared to '���������reH ymi wiih u  Ultv.i or hint Hhnl'i- yor hand.  mi I...,.,.  1,1     I.O'kU ,  Money  ii  mnn hnu Rnve | re* rcH ntu  iin. ���������; mil  ilili": i In- didn't bavo,  -..i i.  Human Nature  She  began  her career selling gloves  for McKnlght���������  Grant Street entrance, first floor,  to  the right;  Aud quite often at night she  would  go home and cry  Over what she must stand from the  people who buy.  Eut she married a broker���������Lord only  knows how!  And she's riding around in a Limousine now;  And tho sales ladles down at Mc-  Knight's nil declare  That sho's moaner than anyone olso  who shops thero.  Ijtttlo Sarah was watching hor  mother who was ironing some linen.  Is It hard work to iron, mamma*?  sho asked.  Pretty bard somotlmos, tho mother  replied.  The little girl was thoughts.*. a mo-  mont, then Hhi* pyclalniort:  Oh, mamma, wouldn't It bo lino If  you had marrlod a Chlticso laundry-  man?  Mfirdfitralo (ire prisoner)���������What uro  you?  Prlsonor ��������� A   dock  laborer,   your  waah-up.  Constable (lnril_nnnHy)���������Why, hr/n  f/Circoly t*v r out of prison, your wor-  (llll p.  Prisoner���������Well, I'm always being  sentenced ter 'ard labor In the dock,  bo l������ I ulu't a dock laborer, wot am  1?  ��������� .    ji    ��������������������������������������������������� ��������� - **���������  Not Necessarily Chronic  What Ib a euro    for   tho    ailment  known as writer's cramp?  All  thn  cnROB  I  have  over  known  imm  bi.-i-'il   j c-lltVi-U   b*i* iill   illCl'fr.'iMC   lu  tho wrl. jV'u salary.  In Huglirth Kutil Africa In tlu> rich*  pBt bed of nod a In tho world. I'higln-  oorn nay that It. oontnliiH 200.000,000  LUllU. ������   44 k- ...... ���������... .....w U.  m.mmn      H������<������?1      Tift      ������ f I l| fl l*f������     It |) rt 111 P * f> 1*1  Accommodating Doctor  A man who had been ailing for  some time visited a new doctor. After examining him and listening to  an account of his symptoms the doctor said:  IC you follow these rules I've written down, you'll soon get well.  But I've been following them for  a year, replied the man after he had  read them. They're tho same my  old doctor recommended.  Hand them over aud I'll give you  some others.  Do you need an Administrator?  Confer with us if deceased left  no Will.  Do you need an Assignee ?  Confidential interview invited  and best advice given without fee.  Agents'wanted in aii Unrepresented Districts  Apply to���������  The Standard Trusts Company,  directing your letter simply to its  offices ia  Winnipeg*   Saskatoon,    Edmontoii,  or Vancouver  According to locality in which you  live  Tightwad *..iys that be owes his success -as a money getter to hla wlfo.  Yes; but ho does not appear at all  disposed to pay her anything ou account .  The Weary Explainer  Wlfey���������Fred, ���������('.ear, why    does    tho  umpire wear a chest protector iu thi*  warm weather?  Hubby���������Well, you see. an umpire  has to take care of his health. Every  once In a while, when he gives a decision, the catcher comes down and  helps the pitcher say something, and  a lot of the other player3 join in.  When all this conversation starts tha  draught the umpire stands In is somo*  thing dreadful.  Lupungu, Chief of tho Bnaongl, and  ono of the most powerful chiefs In tlio  Congo, Is dOBcrlboil In a White P.apcr  Issued recently as a vlllalnouB-looklng  Individual with one oyo and threo  hundred or morn wives. Ho pays u  tax of 40c for each wlfo.  Women nro trying hard to become.a  -iiii'ti equal.  un. I tnink you wrong uh. A.11 tho  women I know Boom ambitious to got  forward rathe.* tliau backward.  Italy's last census gave Roma a  population ln excess ot 638,000, an Increase In ten years of moro than 75r  000.  Out of the Frying Pan  When  she married ton years ago  sho stated t'rooly that It wns simply  to avoid working for a living.  What does sho do all tho tlmo?  Take-! caro of seven small children.  Meat Inspectors In Berlin aro ont*  ploying tho moving picture camera In  their work, enlarged photograph*  showing mlcro-organlsinu In motion if  tho moat Ss diseased.  Those Who ReBy obi  the great home remedy which has proved its power to  relieve safely and speedihr the minor ailments arising  from defective or lrregruiar action of the organs. oi  digestion, And themselves spared hours of Buffering"  and able to ward ofi? the  attacks of serious sicknesss.  BEECHAM'S PILLS  mu* mmaa*aam,^*staammammaakmai em   mm*    n   amummmtmimimam  nover disappoint those who take them. They help the  digestion, stimulate the liver, clear the kidneys and regulate the bowels. By purifying the blood they increase  cheerfulness and create confidence, Aa actions depend  on health and strength, thoao who know Beecham's rills  I  liiiiilni-HH.  I   Know  you  do.    That hi why  I'm  IooIiIiik for a Job horo.  Thoro aro no game lnwa to Interforo  with tho killing of time.  *��������� muftis  I jm   *mm-     Im  1       itf-P*  "V.*?!r*"' *������������������������������������'���������.'������'' T,lom������������ heeolmiti, *9t. Helen-., Lancatt-itr*, -nfl-nif,'  Hold ���������vary������*/'ior������ in Canada and II. ������. Amarlca.        '  .   In Hone*. JS rent*,  J  -il[^3W.^K.!"*r������������,WK*������WlL!^������^ *  __ 'i&Wwsi'sW  ms������&  THEBEVIEW, CEESTON, B.-G,  ,#_  /_  -_*^>  ���������-���������$*'e-*-,M'4*'*i<^^  A_l? AeciAft ___  I  iMfessiosiof a  I Oirl Graduate  IA Story For CoiHsnence-.  ���������'���������' ment  By EDITH V. ROSS  |*t*vK'-S*'$>-i*"^^  ^hen I was a little girl there was a  Stey ln tho bigb school of whom great  Olaga In a scholarly way were ex-  g&eted. He not only stood first ln his  ���������teas, but showed an originality tbat  astonished the teachers. Alan Broad-  veil was bis name, and at tbe time I  _*_t heard of him and his remarkable  brain be was fifteen years old. . He  was then prepared to go to college.  v_t bis father would not permit him  ?fe eo until be was two years older.  I was then thirteen, the age when a  girt throws away her doll and begins  to aspire to things less childlike and  more womanlike. 1 had two brothers,  fotn ami Jim���������Tom a year older than  Alan,-, and Jim a year younger. One  .May. morning, when I was Bitting on  Sss6 ' porcb reading a romance, Alan  Brosdwel! camo in at tbe "at������ and  ssfeed If Tom was at home. I told blm  ffeat Tom was ln the house and 1 would  $o and Iind him.  That was all that was required of  gss. Alan wouldn't bestow a thought  ���������n   me   for   a   companion,   and   yet.  ttfh  ^iTScMs  "*.  PCT MY nArSPE-EnCHTEF TO  MT EYrES."  though I was a child to him, he was a  good deal to me���������a tall, handsome, intellectual boy���������and I would have given  ft year of my lire for a single -word or  even look indicating his slightest Interest in me.  When Alan was graduated at college  he was made assistant professor of  English literature at his alma mater.  The university was a co-cd institution,  and when I became twenty 1 entered  for a degree.    My  brother Tom  had  gone far away, and Professor Broad-  well, who was just entering upon hia  duties as an Instructor, was not aware  that there was such a person as myself  among the students.    1 did not make  myself known to  him, and  1 bad so  changed that lie did not recognize me.  When my class reached a point whoro  we were required lo write essays wo  ��������� banded thom in fo\* inspection and correction to Iilm.   it there was a facility  Mr anything !:t my dull brain !t was  for scribbling.    At .school my compositions    always    received    the   highest  mark.   When 1 wrote my first": essay us  n collego student I took especial pains  with It���������pains In two ways, tbo ono to  ireat my subject aa well as possible,  tho other to mako a lot of errors hi tbo ,  construction of sentences.   In explanation of this 1  will say that student-*  Ho to  col lego   for different   purposes.  Usually they go to got an- education,  601110 go to hnvo 0 good tlmo.   I went  for tho purpo_o of ensnaring Professor  Broadwell.    By makl**,-*- tho ������ubstnnco  of my essay good I wa*uld attract hla  attention.   By putting In a great many  errors 1 wan likely to hnvo thom pointed out to mo by tho professor.  A few dnyu after handing In my production  I  was nuked to remain nfler  lecture, nnd whon tho cliisu had go no  . out I wont up (o tho profonHor'a desk.  Ho took up my essay and Haul to mo:  '���������MInm Brown, you bavo n gift for  ���������writing, ami It la a pity thnt your edu-  ratlon In grammar and construction of  arcutencoH should bo no deficient."  Ho opened my manuscript, and It  wuh 11 Might to behold. Thoro wero In*  liumerahlo no in to lieu, po'liookH, I'm  wllh tho tops turned Iho wrong way���������to  mark new pa nigra ph8-\wordtt Inter*  lined hero nud there wllh llttlo tlinn*  gle������ under thom, Indeed, tho whole on*  tiny looked nn If n diuldy longlegH hnd  waded through n pool of Ink, then  ���������trolled over tho paper,  "Ono of tho flrftt rules of rhetoric,*1  tho profentjor went on, *'!h that tbo  opening paragraph hIioiiM Imi |������iiiijv������i  mud not ioo long. It nhould t-i||-'h -jlio  Attention of tho render imd direct H  toward what Is to follow, I would d(������  n*ldo your flint paragraph hero," And  t-4* r,n*- *!*.4*. iin <if bin neurit nil nm** of  liln P'a wllh tho wrong nldo foremont,  ���������*I alno observe," ho continued, 'Iha*"  In a number of Iwitnncca yon finvo  ���������tided a -seiitcnco with n prepan|tlon,  ���������Which In unndvluablo.   1 would reeoiu-  _s'en_ "yise to Seam t&e difference Ik*.  tween 'shair and 'will.'   You have Invariably used them incorrectly."    Y  "lean'-"  "Oh, yes, yon can. It's very elmplo  ���������when you once catch the Idea."  He went on to explain It to me, using  fho familiar illustration of ihe man, in  the water who Intended to shout "No  one will save me; I shall drown," rbui  said instead "No one shall save me;  1 will drown." Then he gave me tbe  grammatical rule for it all, and when  he had finished, If I were drowning  and should *jct in accordance with my  understanding of bis explanation, I  would certainly forbid any one ib help  me. But I didn't tell him so. I simply  looked as If lt wero all clear to me.  He was certainly very kind to give  me all this Information, and If I bad  bad any conscience 1 should have been  ashamed of myself tbat nine-tenths of  it was unnecessary, 1 having made the  errors on purpose. I thanked him at  the end of his Instructions and said  that I would profit by tbem, which  was deceptive, for 1 intended to make  other mistakes in my nest essay that  would bring about a similar interview.  And so I did. On the second occasion of my being called upon to remain  after lecture for instruction tbe profes-  _or complimented me even more highly on my handling of my subject than  before, but he seemed to be much distressed on my deficiency of handling  the English language, "you confuse  the verbs .'to lie* and 'to lay,'" he said,  ���������"the one meaning to recline, tbe other  to place some thing." He gave me the  grammatical construction, then asked  me to give bim an example. I said,  "i would bave lain the book on the  table."  He looked at me wltb a mingled pity  and distress and went over tbe ground  again, which was what I wished bim  to do, for I bad made tbe blunder purposely. At tbe end of bis second explanation* be asked me for another example. I said, "1 laid down to rest."  At this be grew impatient and spoke  sharply to me, whereupon I put my  handkerchief to my eyes to conceal  tears tbat I could not shed. At this  he spoke to me not only gently, but I  was rejoiced at perceiving tenderness  to bis voice.  "Pardon me. Miss Brown," be said;  "I will not be so Impatient with you  again. Doubtless you will learn all  tbese points in construction in time.  3 bavs been assions that you should  acquire tbem because you are one ot  the best writers In your class. 1 will  act Call your attention to them again,  but leave you to pick iiienk up as you  proceed."  "You mean that you're tired of trying io teach me," I whined.  "Not at all; not at all, I assure you.  If you prefer it I will continue."  "1 do prefer it," 5 said, drying eyes  Into which I had succeeded in forcing  a bit of moisture. Then, taking my  essay, I went to the door, the professor  politely opening it for me, I maintaining my lugubrious countenance till it  bad closed behind me. Then 1 congratulated myself that I bad made  considerable advance toward obtaining  the degree that was nearest my heart���������  M. A. Lb,. or mistress of the art of  love.  I blush now, years after I was aim-  Ing at this degree, at the devices, tho  expedients, to which I resorted. During the period that I was banding in  essays to Professor Broadwell" 1 continued a pretended obtuseness nt his  Instructions that they might be repeated over and over again. I put off  telling him that I was the sister of his  boy chum, .that I bad acted tbe part  of messenger for him when I was a  little girl aud that during bis visits to  Tom bad never once looked at or  spoken to me except as he would to a  child. :  One day Tom came from bis faraway /  bome and visited me at college.    Ho  had lost track of Broadwell, but, taking up a college bulletin, saw his name  nmong thoso of the faculty.  "Upon my word!" be exclaimed. "My  old friend Alan Broadwell Is here as  assistant professor of English  literature."  <     "Is bo?" I snld indifferently. '  i     He ran awny to (Ind his chum, nnd  that evening I was introduced to tho  professor as Tom's slt-tvi*.    There waa  *, real surprise expressed by tbo profea.  sor nnd sham surprise by mo.   By this  : tlmo 1 had made n different Impression  1 upon my victim from that of a child,  ond from that tlmo I was treated with  tho additional consideration of Tom's  ulster.   I bocamo under tho professor's  instruction proficient In tho uso or the  English language nnd gavo blm credit  for having Infused n knowledge of tbo  subject Into my dull brain.  When my col I ego career enmo to nn  end I told Professor Broadwell tlmt I  nhould rely 011 blm for ml vice wllh 10-  gard to my commencement oration. It  was not that 1 wished to mako a crod-  itablo exit from tho university on taking my degree, but that I might tako  that other degrco of M. A. Ij. beforo  leaving hlni a proy to other women,  11 nd I wnn qulto -euro thnt 1 conld bring  blm <o a proposal whllo consulting  wltb him upon tbe uihji-ct matter of  my oration. It required hnir*n dozen  consultations to emiblo mo to ficlcct a  imbjeot, half n dozen moro to docldo  upon Its trentmont nnd n couple of  doi-eiTmoro to consider clinugcn tn tbo  text after It had boon written,  Tho ovonlng boforo commencement  wo wero Hitting nldn by wide, uiy iiinmi*  script beforo un.   Thero wero no Inter-  I'lll.-Jlliolltt,    1114   |>U*.4U<ul������'j,    4IU    tl.ll.CU    ������"-',  for   Iho  production   win*   fiiiUln-d   nnd  ready for the next diiy'-a uno,   The pro*  I fesHor, Instead  of  making a  pothoolt  t with bin pen on tbo manuncrlpt, mndo  ono with "iln arm around my wnlHt.  I        l|v  LUCKY yoyS-GSTEfSS;  Bonne of Britain's Little Heirs to Vast  Tracts of Land.  Who is the luckiest ycungster in  Britain? Examination of the peerage  reveals many interesting cases of boys  oi tender years who will one day inherit vast riches, estates, and great  family   honors,   tho   most   fortunate,  PRESIDENT POlNCA-__  f  R������Ul\l*DmiC   DBTt!  y-n-cnUUii t _.��������� sS_  He Is a Brilliant Man and Thorough  Democrat.  Concentration and simplicity of life  and manners are the most marked  characteristics of M. Raymond Poin-  care, the President of  .France.  "I like to feel that people know  me," he says, "but I don't like them  Doctor Gives His Opinion About Cats  end  Dogs.  A lethal **iamber for all household  pets���������tbat is the suggestion of a prom-.  inent physician, -sho considers that  on account of theit germ-breeding propensities pet dogs, cats, rabbits, and  ,-.-.,      ~ n  t-    v   *    j_. 1   .4-   - .    x ,       H1,   .      birds, such as parrots, are the cause  pernaps,   oeing wie nve-year-old Earl    to think it necessary to take off their.    0f an amazing amount of ill-health in  German     Princess     to  Wed   Ex.-King  Manuel.  of Arundel and Surrey, the son of the  Duke of Norfolk, who is heir to both  his father's and mother's estates. The  Duke of Norfolk owns 50,000 acres in  tome, bf the fairest English counties,  his rent roll exceeding a quarter of  a million a year, while the Duchess  of Norfolk���������Baroness  Hemes in  her.   other vehicles at the moment it pass  hats to me." r._ l  M. PoincaTe had hot been President'  half an hour   before   he   announced  that the traffic must not be stopped  when his carriage drove by. All that  he  would   accept  was   that  his  car-  families. And although most of us  will probably consider the proposed  remedy far too drastic, there is much  food for reflection in hia remarks."  In  his  opinion cats and  dogs   are  real dangers to children's health.   He  ���������page should be given precedence over-   contends that they convey diphtheria  nT Vic*."*    Vflr������i/������ln44     or    41** a    w*iA**n_nf    if    **r\*������C���������i-* - ���������-���������. *      _ * , %        1  own right���������owns 18,900 acres,  The duke is one of London's great  landowners, owning a considerable  slice of the southeast side of the  Strand, and, according to a competent authority, the rent roll of this  land a couple of decades ago was  ������52,000. New -buildings in Norfolk  and Surrey streets have immeasurably augmented the Tent roll, which  has probably increased threefold in  value.  A year previous to the birth of the  Eari of Arundel and Surrey a son was  born tp the Marquis of Bute, "the  uncrowned king of Cardiff," as he has  been called, whose father left the enormous fortune of ������6,000,000. His son  and heir, the Earl of Dumfries, a  bright little youngster of six years oi  age, will inherit vast estates which  cover 117,000 acres, in addition to  many titles. Lord Bute is the wealthiest peer in Scotland, although he does  not possess quite bo . many acres as  the Earl of Dalhousie. who came into  the title, an income of over ������50,000 a  year, and about 138,000 acres of land,  when a boy of nine. His son and heir  is Lord Ramsay, who was born in  1904.  .Two more instances of vast fortunes  which will descend to lucky youngsters, not only from their fathers, but  also from their mothers, are afforded  by the cases of the Marquis or-Bland-  ford, son of the Duke of Marlborough,  who is now sixteen years of age, and  Viscount Mandeville, son of the Duke  of Manchester, who was born eleven  years ago. The Duke of Manchester  owns some 70,000 acres of land, and is  also possessor cf four country residences, two in England and two in  Ireland. His wife, Miss Helena Zimmerman, daughter of an American  railway magnate, whom he married  in 1900, brought much wealth to tbe  Manchester family. With two exceptions the Duke of Marlborough is the  smallest of dueal landowners. He  possesses about 26,500 acres of land,  the revenue being given at ������38,000.  Quite a number of heirs to large  estates were born in 1894. the same  year as the Prince of Wales, and such  names as Lord Whitchester, grandson  and heir, after his father, to the dukedom of Buccleuch and Queensburg;  occur to one readily, says The Ladies'  Field. The duke is easily the biggest  landlord in Britain. He owns 460,000  acres, mostly in Scotland, and much  of it is barren land. The Earl of  Hillsborough, born in 1894, son of tha  Marquis** of Downshire, will inherit  some day 120.000 acres. A great many  acres of his future property are in  Ireland and some in Berkshire.  A   Story   of   Sardou.  It happened at the Athenee in 1893.  We were rehearsing the "Salome" of  Armand Silvestre and Gabriel Pierne.  Behind the scenes one day I encountered a man with an enormous muffler which went several times around  his neck and a tall bat of a style that  come down over his ears. I chatted  with him in the indifferent French I  had at command, and this without  knowing who he was. While talking  to him I noticed a hole in his shoe.  He was aware of my discovery, I  suppose, for he said to me: "I bad  that hole made expressly. I prefer a  hole in my shoe to a pain in iny foot."  This  man was Victorien Sardou.,  Careful About Breathing.  Breathing exercises are beneficial  to persons who get little exercise, but  it is not best to take them early in  the morning. After six or eight hours  of sleep the circulation and body activities are -slow. It takes iwo or three  hours at least for tbe body to regain  its normal rate of action. Now, if a  person spends ten minutes in breathing exercises he ia giving bis system  that much more work getting started.  It takes liia body longer to get into  shape for the day's work anil leaves  it jn a poorer condition to do that  work. If you need exercise take it  after your body has been in running  order Beveral hours.  ed, and the Paris police have instruc-;  tions to allow no more favor than  that to the President's equipage. Furthermore, he has suppressed the outrider who preceded the carriage on  state occasions, and reduced a stable  of twelve horses  to four.  And he astounded the permanent  officials at the Elysee Palace ly,  strongly objecting to tbe, trooper of  the Municipal Guard who is supposed  to sleep outside the President's bedroom.  "It has always been the rule," said  the officials, when Poincare objected  to the sentry. The President allowed;  it for one night, and then quietly  sent the soldier back to the barracks.  M. Poincare's simplicity of life is  ���������well illustrated by a remark made by  his cook when she heard that ha  would probably be the next French  President.  "I hope he wiii not be elected,"  she said. "Both he and madame will  be very unhappy at the Elysee; cf  that I am sure. Just think���������all that  they ordered yesterday was beefsteak  and fried potatoes."  And M. Poincare certainly loves his  own fireside���������and  his  pets.  As a boy at Dame's school of Mile.  Mare, of Lorraine, he delighted in ths  society of his-dog Pompon, a parrot,  a squirrel, and several cats and canaries. To-day his favorite companions  aTe Scott, his collie,, bis faithful  watchdog Brave, who guards his  country house at Sampigny, and his  Siamese cat Gris-gris; and there is  nothing which M. Poincare delights  in more than to spend a quiet evening with his books and four-footed  companions.  "I owe limitless satisfaction to  these creatures," he says, "that we  sometimes call our inferior brothers.  In what are they- inferior? I discover in animals a sens3 of logic  more   profound   than   that, of   many  uuuiau   DCiUga,  aii_  _ icuucu ocuai.i,i,i.-  ness of -which numbers of us seem  incapable."  Poincare's first pet was a parrot. "I  loved the bird," he says, "because  teaching my "lessons to Kaymond"���������  the parrot was named like bis master  ���������"taught them to me at the same  time."  A shoTt time ago it was believed  that European peace was seriously  endangered, for the President was observed to leave the Ministry of Foreign Affairs-looking depressed and  preoccupied. "The situation must *je  bad indeed," whispered onlookers to  one another, regarding the Premier's  -furrowed brow. But they were wrong.  One of M. Poincare's pets was Fer-  iously ill.  Dances of *200 Years Ago.  Quite recently was celebrated in  France the Fete of Felibrige, kept up  by the mothers of old Provencal dialect at Aix, which comes only once in  seven years.  Tbe 280 local poets have been publicly reciting their verses there recently in the old speech of the south of  France, and the one who is adjudged  the laureate has the privilege of choosing the queen of the festival. In tbe  warm spring sunshine they dance all  the quaint, hailf-forgotten dances of  the peasantry of 200 years aa;o. Then  suddenly starts the farendole. More  nnd more join hands���������the dancers in  their- quaint costumes, the poets, the  spectators, even the policemen���������and  the rollicking, excited crowd dances  away out into the street, along the  boulevards, br-re, there, and everywhere, until tbey are too tired to  keep the dance going any longar.  for one thing, not by germs in their  fur so much as in their throats, and  others diseases as well,  "It makes me shudder," he says,  f<when I see babies cuddling cats, and  perhaps inhaling their breath and  holding them close to them. Many a  case of disease that Beems mysterious  has been conveyed into a family by a  pet dog or cat,"  Pet animals, according to this physician, plek up all sorts of germs from  the street or floor. They come into  close contact with all sort3 of filth  and dirt, and no matter bow often an  animal may be washed the disease  germs cling to it and are transmitted  to any person who fondles it.  He ia" especially severe upon those  women who, both at home and out of   i  doors,   are   to   be   seen   kissing   and   |  *���������*���������.���������**    v-.  _3  *> ���������  >**_  *  fi  /'VJ.,  ".          }  1  .   i  fondling pampered pets in a manner  which is aa much against good taste  as it is  against good health.  "No wonder," "he says, "that so  many of these women come to me  complaining of throat troubles and  eye afflictions, when they indulge in  such habits."  With regards to birds, there is not  bo much danger if they  are kept in           ' I  "   --��������� ���������"' -. m  rnn-CEss acgustika victokia.  The handsome deposed ruler of Portugal, es-King Manuel, although on-  lucky iu war and state, seems =to be  lucky iu love-    His engagement to the  cages or in their proper place and not pretty Princess Augustina Victoria of  allowed to come into close personal Hohenzolleru bas recently been tin-  contact with their owners.   "I know of   nounc-ed, and the royal lovers are said  one old lady, noweveT," says um  nhyslcian, "who thinks nothing of  having her pet parrot walking about  the dining table' at meals, and this  after the bird has probably been  Walking about the garden, for it is  very* tame, and follows it's mistress  wherever she goes. In such a case the  bird is an absolute menace to  health."  A City of Forty Mosques.  The city oi Adrianople is very much  scattered and contains somewhere  about 80,000 inhabitants, half of whom  aro Turks and the others Armenians,  Israelites and Greeks. The walls  whioh formerly surrounded the city  had been allowed to fall to ruins, and  since the Russ--Turkish, war the city  haa been in a state of decline. Much  of its old splendor has disappeared,  but many of its forty mosques are fine  examples of eastern architecture. Tli3  city hag had a very varied history  since its foundation in the second  century by the Roman Emperor Hadrian. A great victory was won there  by the Goths in 378 and another by  the Avar Huns in 586. Twice the Russians have occupied the city���������first in  1S29, when they forced Turkey to give  independence to Greece, and again in  1878. when they occupied it without  resistance.  to be very devoted to each other.  Little is known of tbe Princess Au-  gustiua in Berlin, as all of ber life bas  beeu spent in tbe south of Germany.  There is much talk in German court  circles, however, as to what title she  will bear as Manuel's wife. Some experts declare ber rank-.will be only,  that of duchess, with the title of royal  highness, while other well posted authorities r.ssert she will share her husband's courtesy title and be known as  (Jueen Aiigustina Victoria. ,  Tbo young couple wil! be able to set  up housekeeping in good style, as ex-  IClric*   \fn���������,,,���������    I,no   .4   nnnolnn   .\P  ������*3-3flfl  o  mm ...^     ............     Ll..h.    ..    |!VUh'iVU    \J.    ^f*j,^f\fm    m.  mouth and the family of the princess  Is wealthy.  Hobbies Fine For One's Health.  Have you a hobby? If ycu haven't  you should have, for a hobby is the  short cut to health.  So says a woman witb a bobby, and  ehe ought to know.  The woman who broods on her trow*  Tzlvs. who broods on her poverty, who  broods on her wealth or ber health, ia  likidy to suffer for it. Poor health be-  conies the poorer for thinking of It,  Poverty becomes the harder to bear  when it is continually contrasted with  1 somebody else's plenty. A hobby will  givo the mind something else to dwell  ou and .so will avert oil health breaking worries.  "You know." said this woman who  advocates bobbies for heal tb. "we are  a   good   deal   like  animals.     We  are  An   Arabian   Legend.  The Arabians had a tradition thai  when the devil started forth from his  own place to tbe garden  of Eden he  was too lazy to walk and begged all  the   animals,   one   after   another,   to  carry him.   All refused except the ser-   -llluenced by oue Idea at a time.   You  pent, which was then   a   quadruped   know the story souie oue tells of the  donkey who wouluu ,t go. Coaxing and  beating were both useless. Then some  one came along and forced a clod oi  earth in his mouth. He got so Inter*  c-stcd in the unusual thing in bis mouth  that ho trotted along without know  ing it.  "Well, if. we have hobbles to think  Yielding  to  the  entreaties   of  Satan,  the serpent took up the devil  on it.4  baok and carried.him the rest of the  way, no one knows how far, and after  the consequences of the devil's entry  into the garden became apparent tbe  angels  were  commanded  to  look  up  the serpent and punish it, so Michael  cut off its legs, ond  it was doomed   of we go straight ahead and live our  henceforth to travel about flat on the   lives as we ought to live tbem without  ground. knowing lt."   : ��������� r   Any sort of hobby is healthful.    If  Great Change  In  Map. yon' nre   Interested    lu    photography  An important change in the map ot   mnke' tlmt your hobby, only go at it  Asia hag recently occurred.   The vast   with a purpose.   Take up one subject  region of Mongolia baa ceased to be a   aud keep to It.    Perhaps It Is trees ot  Tho  which  "This Indenture."  phrase "this indenture,"  appears so often jn legal  pt-pei's, is ot curious origin. In tho  early dnys parchment was used for  legal documents because it wns  cheaper than paper. Tho leaves  were not cut evenly, but scolloped  but  "thiB indenture" still remains.  By  Special   Permit.  "H-rol What docs this mennP"  shouted WlioopTy, an ho found his  youngcht riding a broomstick over Uii**  top ol the pi uno.  "Thin Id all light,. Mamma ������nhl If  I'd hIay In 1 could play on tho  piano,"  | Nerve.  J    Lady- Why do you givo me tli In bit  . of paperP ,  I Trurnp���������Madam, T dr������ not lllco to  crltlehij your houji, but It Ih not llko  mother used to nmlio, Allow mo to  _lve you bor recipe,  Economy,  Wife���������1  Imvo   decided,   nn you  Hnj  ������yi*i I'Miiwt,' <Mirtnl| mil' i'X|iinim*n IliU  1 yonr. iint lo i'lvw Ida a now hut, but  lo luiaa on mine to her, JI unhand���������  | And yonp   Wife-ob. I miihi hnvm a  new one, of courao,  Artificial Egga.  Dr. Paul Walden, the famous  Russian chemist who is to be president of tbe next international con-  press ot npplied chemistry, declares  that the production of artificial eggs  will be the next feat of chemistry. An  egg is a complex compound of nitro^  gen, oxygen, sulphur and hydrogen.  Somo of iho simpler combinations of  tbese elcmenl'i bavo already been  made, and there is steady progress toward tbe goal where even such intricate substances ns that of tho egg  will bo built,,up chemically, he says.  The nitrogen, which is the main  thing, will be taken out o! the air.  Wathcrmon In China.  Somo residents of Tientsin, China*  have, n washerman na one of tbo staff  of ccrvanta. He ia paid $5 to $ft  monthly, out of which bo purchases  bin own food, tin do all Chinese servants employed in tbe bouse.  Agrned   With   Him.  "Why In she bo angry with him!1"  "BecaiiBa  lio  agreed  with her."  "You  mean  disagreed."  "I menu what I bald.   She remarked  thai   <���������!   cmifM-   ilm   w/i.'i   not   pi-vfc-tt,  and he agreed with ber."  Obeyed the Call.  Wlfo���������-Mercy| Look ut your face!  Whnt'rt  happenedP  Hub���������A truck driver nearly ran  over me, and I called blm down.  Wlfo���������-But your  black  eyop  Hub���������Oh, ho obeyed my call,  part of China, and is now independent. The Mongols ore chiefly famous  in the world's history as invaders and  conquerors in Asia nnd Eastern Ku������.  rope. They were vassals ol tbe lata  Mancbu dynasty, but not of tbe Chinese Government, and their separation from China resulted automatically from the proclamation of a republic.   Their  accession  from  China was  sailboat*-; or children ov cats or doorways. Take nil the photographs you  cun. sort and classify them and compare llicin, and tho work will been*  grot-King.  Or perhaps you * nro Interested- In  flowers. Go lu for roao.s or bullw. Collect tlii'in in the winter, grow lliein ia  the "-.uiiiui'-r,   rend  nbont  tlicm.  write  a "buffer Btnte" on its Chinese frontier.  aided by Russia, which thus secures   nbont them, cut clippings about them  nnd sketch thorn, or. If you nro interested In books, haunt the book shops,  go lo old book'stalls and buy n few  books Judiciously. Catalogue your owi  bunks nnd rend until your i-yennr*  tired.  If yon, pursue n hobby faithfully It  will help you out of nil your troubles,  i   Moreover, a  hobby produces results  the.-  i Not In Proportion.  I     "I'm a self mndo  man," said  proud individual,  i     "Well,  you're all   right   except  as  ' to your head," commented the othor  j part of  tbe  conversation.  |     "How's that*" ...  I     "Tho part you talk witb la out of   of m-tunl money vnliio sometimes or of  proportion  to   tho    pnrt   you    think   nrtlfitlc or scientific value, which Is bet  with.'  Tbe Boss.  "All right," r,aid Elsie; "we'll play  theatre.   I'll bo the boss."  "No." replied Tommy; "I will. It  takes a man to bo manager."  "0( oourHc, thnt'R nil right. I moan  I'll bo tbe lending lady."  Missionary  Trains.  Wales baa adopted tbo plan of  ucmling agricultural missionary  trains tlirouj-hout tbe principality,  teaching tbo furnv-ni tbe best methods of raising poultry. Great gain  haa resulted.  I        Valors.   Pnlnnn   n*    $ 17, BOO, 000,  ,    Then I Wim happy, for I know Ihnt In |    A      oomprehonnivo     valuation     ot  nonitloiuo tho degrco of t������. a, unit nm    Buckingham  Piiliico and U������ ciuiumu  prex w������������uld bnnd mo on (be morrow I   Just, completed by a wc*t end Ilrm In  ! bad attained thnt of M, A. U, *Q %nueU   glvon ftt tjil7,r������00.0fl0,  Tho vafrfj of oa������  nearer to my Ueurt, touiu U uutlmalcd aL 92.G0O.OOQ,  **,������  Usuai.  "Did  you  blra  that  plumber  I  r.nmninnded  to your''  "Yon,"  "How did bo lurn milf"  "Ob. bo filled llin bill, nil right."  re*  Tbo man who can truthfully Bay  that bo haa never been Jealous hu!������  novor boon in \qvo.  Shooing Horses.  Tbo art of (.hoeing Iioiwcb to protect  their hoots agnnu>t the evitt* ot uiiru  usage wa.i unknown to tbo Grcelts and  UoiiiiuiH, nml ih lHht liii.ntiiuitd in tin*  history of tbo Celts aa lute as tho  fifth century.  Uanknotcs.  Mho cof-u ������������t  printing   a nniiKiiom  i.i  ]  2-3  cents,   und   nftcr it   bus   been  worn out it coats fl mills to destroy  I*  it'i: ,A woman who bad nhvayabcen  Interested In genealogical matters suddenly realized this fact. She hadgouc  -about from graveyard to gravoynrd  making Impressions of old tombstones;  i-he Imd copied records iu old c-hurcbett  nnd courthouf-os: hIio hnd' questioned  ������ild liihnbltniitH of nil tho towns she  bad ever visited, Her tiude for nnces-  tovr* >*-'*.ve* a pnlnt to her trnvclbif*; nud  nn Interest to, hor life. And (InnMy uhc  found that hho had copies of words  which no one olno had and n vast col-  lection of material well aorlftd nnd  ckiK-'tlil'-d which wns of ronl vnlue.  Hnvo a bobby. Stick to it nnd It will  bring .vou luippluch*-. Ctiudlctdlcka ot  <>iiokliool-H, pupplcti or ptimroaeH���������anything will do.   Only���������hove a bobby.  Color Novslty.  , f-*oro������ ������f the new rich colorir.gfn whle%  art- llmlliiK prominent place In th**  fiillllncry world nre known hy hlftb  ���������MHimlliii' nniuen. A new nisnet green  In rn 11 t-il vert'* de iuhhii; hum run iuuk������  - I - u,  iU    ll     I llll     II-4I     llllr.MI,     I I'*,    \,\.     ������...  ....    v.  rinxtiirtIiiiii red. vntlcnu pirpl**: prun*  nmi l*.v I no color nre vise In th'** bust ��������������� THE    CBESTON    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B. C,  ^s____-___g  The Rhrarsldo Nursorlos  Comprising t25 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.  I Pears  PIussss  IT  fE8ElABLES  ������  -_B___*^_i_-  iB!-_Sj___  _f5  if   H  9  W_T^   *fr*%  -* __? i^s __ ^^ '- ^*l  MPPLBi* iM������������^  ' ������-"*������"*-q* mrMmsm  Cellared���������Roots in earth, 110 danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established I900bythe HON.MARTI2' BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture  [ ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRiCES  I For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B.  ggjHS__SK-__-S___S______s������  a-___a_g*-*BMBg***^^  (Continued from page 5)  water, their sprres retain their vitality  for a long time even at that temperature.  In lnrj*e commercial factories, steriliza-  f] ti.ui is ici mulished by subjecting the  cans containing tbo various products to  stuaj-n und: r pressure By this process  the temperature is rained to a degree  higher tlmu that of boiling water,  usu illy *40 deg F., thereby killing both  b isteria aud^spores at ths same time.  SaiaUnr factories and diuVri-nt htune-  oauiiin���������'    outfits usually make   use of  13  ano  i  ey  _.*  fc-i  m  &'  I  i-A i  EltK,  See us first for outfit.    We liave a complete stock, can sell you rods from  50c up to $3.50.    Everytliiug reduced in the line of  Fishitis: Tac  iiuiifw^massmteemnmamjiauMsmrrm  __'  -_-__-____Sfi  ���������BT      W  Uarden nose  4*r*������ HI--I v-1  auu  ���������iiji������/1i    m-iaie       piuufSs.  are snbmerged in boiling water audkebt  at thai temperature for a tiino sufficient  to  destroy   b:u*t-eri\   and   fiporos.    The  thii-sl process, luinivn   as fractional ster-  lli/iiiiuii, is that of koopiug onus or jars  in iinilin-j: watef for a f-pociuVil time upon e ".'���������!'��������� of two oribreo iMiisruurive days.  Tht-���������.n(R".ss nl' boiiiuK upon   oonseou-  d.iys is   th * safest   niethod   and   is  uiiK-h to be   prolVrrod in homo cauuing.  I Tin> first day's   ln-iliir;  kills   practically  i .iii tho   biu-tv-rUi.   hit.   iI.hm not   kill Iho  spnivs.    Assoou ns ih.������ j.-irs or onus cool,  these spores do vol one aud a new   lot   of  bai-iei-ia beyiu ilii-.ii- destructive work on  the contents.    The second day's boiling  usually Wi'ls this now   lot of bacteria be-  I'ore they   bave   bad    time   to   produce  spoil's.    Boiling the  third day is uot al  ways uecfssary,   but   it i-s advisable in  order to be sure that the sterilization is  i-onipU'te.  HOW   Al.lH'T   Ql'AUlY.  The qu-ility of anv canned product is  largely dependent upon its condition  when first-packed. Iu selecting "fruit,  use only those specimens that are well  grown, ripe, but firm. Do not use over  ripe specimens,  as thry ars  usually tor.  We have everything for Summer Wear but you should see our   complete  line of  Children's, Youths' and Men's Oxfords,  $1.00 and $i.2g;  ���������XFO,  ������aa������__a__ma_c-__a  Genera!  MERCHANT  Buy for Cash and receive your FIVE percent discount at our Store  pW.-^T������������������J^_J.__������������������.^SJS',>fmm^-.^til..^-.~~nir..^..f~.  n  ricuitura  I rri r������1_*r*n _*-__' <s.  J_ JBL J_ J_  BUT M. *&* ML __ JSL ^a^ J_L M  *m0*mm*  Cheap While They Las  t  ���������v ��������� v-t-r ������.������*���������-  SvivibSl-lliBll  UUl  mSx  z  JL.  FRUIT TREES  AND 0RNAHENTAL5  Coldstream Estate Nurseries  VERNON,  13. C.  Ail our trees arc Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name. We carry all the leading vnricties most  suited to this district. Our specialty is budded stock  on three-year-old whole roots,  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.      <^  ��������� J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C. |  ��������� o  -^^ ������������������^^���������'���������^^^^���������'^[^^H^i^^^lS^^w^^^^r ^3^ N?^7" ^^ ^^^^T^^^^y    ^9 ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  Ciil-oumiiiiK. 1'aiiittnK. Paper h.ui^in^ ('airiaK<' and Hl;*ti pitintirij*:,  Let in** nlvi* Vi'U advice and rM.iuiuleH on yinir work. All work Kiiar-  nntccd to Kivi* Hat.iHfai-t.bni.  ���������a    na  _" H  ���������     /T^-Tli tr**! **_! M^-Ti  S-iU-LPiiai-U  Shop on Sirdar Ave., next to JVlcCreath's Livery  YOU WILL SAVE MONEY t*Y GETTING MY ESTIMATES  soft aud mellow to can nicely. When  choosing vegetables, select those that-  are young and have made a rapid growth. As a rule, young, quick growing  vegetables are superior in flavor aud  test ure to the slow growing and more  matured ones.  Fruits and vegetables to be canned are  prepared in exactly the same way as  they would be previous to cooking or  serving for immediate use. All bruised  and rotten places should be cutout and  all stems, leaves and' other kiud������ of  trash removed. See that everything is  cleau and washed thoroughly in fresh  water t-.efore being placed in the jars or  caus. These shoulu also bavo been well  washed aud made perfectly clean. Do  not attempt tj can decayed or dirty  fruits and veget^ibles, Have everything  cleau aud  fresh.  For strictly home purposes, glass jars  are more satisfactory and nre decidedly  more economical than tin cans, although  both may be used. Tbe initial expense  of glass is? greater than that <-f tiu, bnt  with reasonable care, glass will last an  indi-flnile length of time. Glues jart'  can be used over and over again witb  perfect: bafoty, but tin should never be  usud tho second time. Tin is more or  less soluble in fiuitand vcbcitiu..- ,uioes  While thu aiiumiit of tin dbs lolved under ordinary conditions ist.no small to  bo at all injurious, still it hns been onough to make  tho can unlit,  for use the  second time.  When cunning fruits and vegetables  Htiuply for homo lino, it in not noeoHnary  to pun-llano an oxponeivo or Hpooially  made v'-hhiI in whioh to do tbo cooking  nl though manufacture! h nf tho vnrioiiH  '���������lloiiie-ciiiming OutlltH*, bavo gotten  out 801110 very sntiHl'iiotury uuuiHilt* in  which, thin work can'bo dono. Any  flat-bottom vossol, huoIwir a wnsh boilnr  ham boiler, proaorving kotllo or hunki-*-,  that Ih deep onough to porniih ofbuing  covorod alter tho jiivh or cuim am plnoed  insido, will HOiva tbo purpnsu. With  whatever mrt. of vohhi*! uki-"!, it in iu-coh.  Hiiry to bave what in known as a fnlso  bottom ou which to oot the jinn or ciuih  whilncnoking. Wiro netting nindu of  medium Hi/.cd gnlviiiil/.ed wire or narrow  HtripHof wood, may bo uhimI I'.u* lIiIh pin-  posn. If rIuhh jiufl urn snt, ll.it on (ho  bottom of the vcnuM in \yhi-.-h lln y itm  to bn onokod they arn npl to liiiuik during ilm beating. The viwol nhnulil nlno  lm equipped with a tight, covin-, prefcr-  olili' Un   in   be knot   In nbu>i������   m-Iu',. ii,,.  cooking is being  done.    Thia  cover re  taius a largo port of tbo steam to nid in  the cook in*; process.  AIT1CK    IMtKl'AKATlON*.  After fruits or vegetables are prepared  for canning, pack   them  lii-mly  in   the  jais to within about   half an inch of the  top   and fill   entirely   full   with   fret-h,  clean,   odd   water.    New    rubbers  are  then put  in place  and tho  tops put ou, j|  but not soul id tight.    The juis are then j  placed upon the strips of wood or other  support, ou   the bottom of the  cooking  vessel.    This  vessel  is theu   filled with  cold water to a depth that  will bring it,  np three or  four inches  on the out-side  of the jars.    Tbe vessel is  then  placed  on the stove pearly for cooking to begin.  After the jars have been boiled ths requited time,   remove   thom   fzom   tin*  vessel,   aud     sot  aside in   some    place  where tbey  will not   be exposed   to  a  draught.    A draught o! cold air comiug  iu contact  with the hot  glass   might  cause some of the jars to break.    Allow  the jars to stand for twenty-four hours.  At tbe   end of that   time   again, place  them  in the   cooking   vessel as on the  first  d^y.    Fill   the   vessel' with   cold  water, as directed  on the previous day,  and boil fruit thirty minutes, vegetables  one   hour,   and   mixed  vege ables one  hour and thirty minutes.      After  cooking the required time this second day,  again remove jars as previously directed  and after   stanpiug  another   24 hours,  again proceed to cook on the  third  day  exactly as directed for the second  day.  A J,n������  ���������*,.....   \.m..f.     m^r^lf.^1     J*..-.������v.      4-V.ic.      ������������������J\l������������.'1  xf.j.bc1* jaxa uavo   vubxcu   xxuux    vx,x&   ������u������������  cooking they mny be put iu any convenient place until wanted. Soma products may retain their color better if  kept in some darkeued place-. If no  convenient place of this kind is handy,  wrap the jar. iu dirk paper. Always  keep canned goods in a dry p'ace. One  point to be remembered in this method  is that after tbo jars have ouce been  sealed tight do not again loosen the top  or unseal until the contents are to bo  used.��������� Farmer'*" Magazine.  Get that leaky  boiler fixed  TINSTIITHINQPLUMBINQ and PIPE FITTING  Guns, bicycles, phonographs, spray pumps, sewing  machines and cream separators promptly and efficiently repaired.  _8__3_&������*SBia<W-_.  nn  - -   _   _    BBSS  UUUUUUU  1_11UU_UH  Repair    Shop   behind Creston  Hardware and Furniture Store  Entrance on  Victoria Avenue  mbree  ������ ���������  tams  SSAJi  Megaphone  Methods  II you had a volco like thunder,  with a MooapUona attachmont you  could not reach ao many pooplo as  you can tlirouoh our wont ads.  You havo uot got tho voloo but  our papor Is at your sorvloo all tho  yoar around.  l������n|.,.1,1,1.4 1U4 V, 11  V  M.r'������������.l,  -  0  o  e  s  e  e  e  o  o  *  e  WF'TARRY A - Fill T RTfiT!  HI?   T? AT? I-U  -������.J.t AX  JL^JUjivj.J_V_N   X v3  .*% A" ���������  ^xJr BS, -_.**  ^Km tf Ti* ORB  GARY   PRICES,  TO PAV  ISO   FREIGHT  Rumbley  Oil   Engines  miwnwi  Foa*d,  Buick,  Oakland  and OSdssnohSBe Gars  We have a Livery Service,   as   Cheap   as   Horses  Creston Auto and Supply Company j  ��������� ������������������oaoao  WYNNDK.L SCHOOL DISTULUX  TE.ND-11H   WANTKD  Sealed tenders  will bo iicui-pln-d  up lo  the t-Hb.   imit. hy tho below niontionnd  for olonrliif*, p'owin-r and biirrovvliiKtbo  iyv aore Wynudol Sobool Blto  Wyndolt  Patinulavri can bo obtained at Wyndol  P. O.  Each tender nhmild no innrbod on ont-  Kldo of nnvolopo "rendu* for clnnriii|r;"  nnd tbo   wbola (if thn   tender**   will   bo  (i|inliril nil lY'lb   ill ,t.  Tim lowoHt onuiy tondor not nocoHflar-  ih  acciptid.  ]Jy Orii.-i-  Wynnib'l Hi-lm I Honrd  AHITIjIOY COtiPKIl, Heuriiliiry  .1 uiy inn, iiu.i ->io ,ii������  Use For Her Chock  Book.  "My non?" \  "Well, dad 1"  "I   don't   lenow  how  wo sha.ll  bo  nblo to cbock you  in  your  mad  oa*  roor."  "I'll toll you."  "1     filion Id     bo  plonaed to Icriiow.",  "Find   an   liolr-  oaa    for    mo    to  marry."  Tbd Difreronou.  "Wlim'a the diiToreuco between tlio  yomi-j woman or 1I10 period and ttio  you ns mnnV"  "S'poho thcro'H n lot, but wbnt la tbo  Bpeelllc lliliiK you're trying to B|)i*ln������V"  "Oiio Ih fond ol fiincy bulla, nnd tbo  oiboi lu fund of IiIkU balla-lui, Uul"  A wood Hin rt Ih the lient tlilni* In tbo  world  to hnvo, provided yon mado It  f _���������''���������-; 11*.  Koine men piny the ha by ao offoctn.  ally thnt women with n atrong mntcr.  ral Inntlnct hitch up with tliem and  "-tike enro of thom all thoir Mvon  mmm  *    ** *m0%0*mm*mmm*mme*m "������_|  Sho Is n lucky womnn who can savo  enotiKh from tho nionth's grocery bll!  to buy the Imby a new bonnet  Somotlmos a onrolcaa mnn will woHIa  up nftec* lio haa boon called down Liard.  Qettinpr ovon with tho fellow thnt  hns tried to Injure yon coata moro than  It coinea to, oven If It coats nothing,    j  Variety.  If llfo woro nlwn\*H nunny  And It* woro nlvvnyn May  Wo should not <iiiUb oppreotate,  I foar, a plcim-int day.  31 IiiIiuh u UiihIi ni* winter',  A llttlu of tho ntlnK.  To inn lio un thnrouirhly enjoy  Tho comtnu of th������ aprlnar.  Xr wo had nil tho monoy  That uny ono i-oulil upend  Tlio Joy wo hnvo Itrbiiylnir  Would vory uhorl)y������nd,  nut If wo can no Nth-ftS "  For Junt n wook ol* no  Thon wo onn fomlln nnftly  Tho dollar thut wa blow.  If wo hod all tho honoru,  If wo woro truly sroat,  S four that moro oxlutenoo  Would bo a humdrum state,  But when from out tho lowly  Wo norvo our������olvon to climb  In golnff up tho ladder  Wo hav������ a bully tlmo.  Wo noed tho dlnnppolntment**.  Wo liim* Ilm frli'lil roni*,  Wo nood at tlniou a ootbaolc,  To aort of irlvo un tono.  WVU yu.un for -jboful labor  ir ivo could nlwayu play.  Bo wo would not bo happy  IC It won- nlw-iyn Muy,  ���������MWitiii���������iiriiiMniiaiiiii������wwa������_ii^Mi������w


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