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 ' <,  ftj**  '���������'���������>"*  ���������v-iit -<'J!'r,?!r*i  A  'tiyti-0tiyB^iy&  .4 ������J&~*"  I  ���������"ALL THE NEWS  of the CRESTON J  T    T  11  5^1  All Roads In East and West!Kootenay Lea-d to Creston  V f  bb 1 '1iJlN?'K"__ Vl__ vv  "V^ ,"*������:   i*^  ?f#  SEN.T, TO.ANY g  r-' -      ..ti: '^ ���������-���������:.-���������,. i -  ADDRESS   -^ORi  $2.00A   YEABS;  . -1/,  No. 31, 5th Year.  r^  .  C-**  CRESTON,  B. C ,   FRIDAY-   AUG.   8. 1913.  Singles Gopias -;c.  nn-. r iiur iiru]  MUUdL-rlff _J_-  or/irtii  MAKF- ATTAT1 nN RANK  Our attention has been drawn to a press dispatch emanating from Moose jaw and referring to an attack on the Canadian Bank of Commerce by the Moose jaw Times in connection with the Bank's relations to the City of Moosejaw. We  may say that this attack was most unwarranted as the Bank  I*as done absolutely everything that the city has asked it to  do, bnt exasperating as is the attack, it is not nearly as bad  as the garbled press dispatch would indicate.  The following despatches speak for themselves:  Moose Jaw, Sask., ,Tuly 29.���������The Oity  Council bas passed a resolution unanimously condemning a local paper, Tbe  Evening Times, for its front page editorial on the financial condition of the city.  In part, the resolution reads as follows : "That this council desires to  place on record its strong disapproval on  the article published recently, owing to  its gross misstatement of local conditions  wherein the orecit of tbe city and its  business men is impugned, and that a  copy of this resolution be forwarded to  the Board of Trade with the request  thut support be given, this mot* "in wi"*  a view to restoring confidence in the  city which has been seriously impaired  by the publication aforesaid."  Moose Jaw, Sask., July 29.���������Mayor  Pascoe emphatically denies the report  published in a local paper announcing  that the city's bankers have refused to  accept cheques drawn by the eity ' 'Any  inconvenience that has been experienced  in connection with the city - financial  arrangements has been caused by our  inutility to dispose of the city's deben-  Motnr  NFW-Y inrii-NnrFS'  _a_^_-_-__i  For Sale���������1 bay mate, 5 years old,  weight 850 lbs.    Apply to A. MU-abelli  The two Macs went   fishing Sunday  at the Canyon and brought hack--fish.  ���������The C. O. S. of Oranbrook is selling  Irou Beds witb mattress and spring for  $11.  And now Dick has retrieved his lost  honers but wait till my big brotbrd  (Bill Burton) gets bim.  FOR SALE���������An all round good ranch  mare, drive single, double or saddle.  All steel low truck wagon, and Empire  Cream Seperator. Apply M. Creston  Review.  The Review has gone to the trouble to interview some  of our leading merchants and in every instance has heard  words of commendation as to the treatment and policy of the  Canadian Bank of Commerce, and we have every reason to  believe that the public generally are iar too wise to be influenced by the ntterances of an ambitious sehsalio^hai but  misinformec evening paper, but will treat the whole matter  as it deserves, with silent contempt.  Lacrosse games wiii be a feature of. the  Spokane Pair the week of September 15  Several of the crack Oanadian teams expect to compete.  A bunch of fishers from Duck Creek  were on the train Monday, going to  camp down on the Goat and .someone  started a bear story. We felt sorry for  Fred Little, but didut think he'd take  it to heart so much.  0.0. S., SIGEAFIES ORANBROOK  CO-OPERATIVE STORES.  There are all kinds of fishing tales  gding around and the worst is yet to  conae, but Cap euro lost an 18-inch trout  a WSS a   unudy.  y .-i *���������-,-���������"-1  CANADIAN FRUIT MARKS  APT    \Wi\m   _Bfl__f-_VST'n   ri-III-T  aii mw nviruniLU ruuu  You should be interested in the R e-  view Ad. on page 5.     We mean   busi-  i. '  ness, Come and See.  -f Bob Reid is thinking of getting the  use of C. P. R. headlight so he can fish  after dark.    Not fair to work overtime.  ������������������ Furnished ^cuae Free���������*���������For a **������'i<*'b'8  ���������person to look after ranch for winter  OV Hogarth, Creston, B. C  ? Brock says '��������� we caught two or three  hundred" but it was the other fellows  that did the catching and he only caught  a cold.  The Ladies Aid of the Methodist  Church will hold, an Ic3 Cream Social at  the Parsonage Victoria Avenue, Tuesday Evening August 12th. All are cordially invited.  INDIAN TRIBES WILL ASSEMBLE AT SPOKANE ffilR  The British Columbia Fruit Growers' Association  Victoria, B. C, July 1913  Re MARKING IMPORTED FRUIT  Under the Fruit Marks Act all Canadian Shippers of  fruits have been compelled to comply with its requirements.  This British Columbia growers have faithfully and cheerfully  done, though imported fruit coming in direct competition  with us was allowed to be sold without hindrance without in  any way complying with the law. This situation created a  condition of unfair competition which the Dominion Government recognized, and in 1912 endeavored on our representations, to remove; in this they were unsuccessful because the  law did not apply to imported fruit, and even if it had, there  was no adequate provision for its enforcement against foreign  shippers  The B. C. Fruit Growers' Association, at its last annual  meeting in January, passed a strong resolution citing the injustice and unfairness under which our industry was labor-  iug and asking the Dominion Government to formulate regu=  lations, making it incumbent on foreign shippers to comply  with our Fruit Marks Act before the packages were allowed  into Canada.  AI HUE  BIT AT F  The Buying ab Home exhibit at the  Interstate Fair this fall will be uuique  in tbat it will bo striotly a homo manufactured product displnyi For the fir it  time in the history of the Fair tbe various manufacturing concerns of the Inland Empire aud Spokane will combine  in a demonstration of live exhibits  Bho.ving what they have acoomplighed.  In thia display manufacturers from  Coeur d' Alene, Moscow, Snndpoint,  Lewiston, North Yakima, Wonntchee  and other inland points will exhibit.  One of the distinctive features of thi?  exhibition will be the Home Product  Room, where dnintilj/ dressed lulaud  Kmpirobom maldouB will servo various  food products to tho vlGitors. This demonstration alouo is worth price of admission to tho Fair Q rounds. Surrounding thin protty booth yon will Und displays of home manufactured trunks,  grips, nud packing Iiouho products, including local brands of hams, bacon and  lard,  'A hero will also bo beautiful uud odu-  oatimiiil displays of jewelry iind olootil  ciil   flxiuros,  together   with   ovoralls,  jnuiporn, iiineltiimwH, HUHpondorn, HhlrtB  pi-mnnntH, baseball,  uniforma, cruokovb,  blBouitd, matttoBHOB, mnonronl, dUnlini,  noodliH, oioekn, jui'H, .pickles, relishes,  older nnd vinegar.   Those   aud ninny  otlioiB. with over 200  various kinds of  funny drugs and foll-Jt nrtlobo, will be  prominently and nrtioticnlly displayed,  Tbo bi'liofl will   hnvo ahargo of tbe  Flour and Flour ProcluotB Dopirtment,  will fd'7*' daily  demonstrations  of tlu  ���������.-.!. uiolhiHli* of bread mid pp.'itry linltbij  staius, cement and cement products.  An attractive booth where pretty girh  will make the hand rolled toothsome  chocolates will be of unusual interest,  as tiiey will show ths various processes  through whioh this deliciouscandy passes from the raw material to the finished  product. Thousands of samples of various kinds will be distributed, and every  one will be given an opportunity to  learn something about the large variety  of home manufactured products and  thoir excellent quality.  Even farm machinery will be iuolud-  ed, and progressive ranchers may see  all the la-eat inventions in labor saving  machinery aotually ot work.  BUSINESS UPLIFT FELT  A committee composed   of  W.  S.  Eoggo. of Vernon and Thomas Abriel,  of Nakusp, and  the Secretary of the  Association,  proceeded to Ottawa in  February to press this and other mat.  ti^rs bef aix* r ll1*=Domiii. i*wi Gov eminent.  The lion. Martin Burrell,   Minister of  Agriculture,    and   Member for Yale-  Cariboo, met them in a most helpful  spirit and  gave  them all  possible assistance;  he fully recognized the in-  jut-ice 111 the Fruit Marks Act and had  legislation    prepared   to   remedy   it.  Tbo   Bill   secured   precedence   in  the  House over many others which were  dropped, and despite Lhe crowded and  contentious  character  of  the session I  under the provisions of section 320 A  of the Inspection and Sale Act :���������  1. In these Regulations:  (a) "Importer" means the person,  firm or corporation ih Canada to  whom fruit from outside Canada  is sold, -shipped-, consigned or  delivered. ���������������������������.-������...-.  (b) "fruit" means.apples, crab apples, pears, plums and peaches  when shipped in closed packages  (c) "Inspector" means,an inspector  employed by the Department of  Agriculture of Canada to enforce  tbe provisions of Part IX of the  Inspection and Sale Act, chapter  85, Revised Statutes of Canada,  1006, and the Regulations made  thereunder.  2. No fruit   shall be imported into  and   some   opposition,   the  Bill   was  Camula except as hereinafter provided.  li. Every   importer of fruit,  or his  The Fhst National Iudian Congress' not only for your .amusement, but for  bus the approval and iiiuorswiieiii, of  the United States Department of Indian Affairs, tho Indian Alfaira Committees of 1110111111011 States House aud  tlie'.r education, 11 nd, iitiklu frou- showing tbe general public the dances and  customs of years gono by, the Indians-  will also show what advancement they  Senate and the National Society of have mado in an agricultural and iu-  Anioiican Indians. Tbe Fair Associn- il us trial way by making a number of  tion is bringing the Indians to Spokane  interesting exhibits.  passed.  Under the Bill, as passed, the Governor in Council bad power to make  regulations anil these wore duly published, and so given the force of law,  in the "Canada Gazette' of July 5th.  They read as follows:  "His Excellency the Administrator  in Council is pleased to order that the  following Regulations shall be and the  samo aro hereby mado and established  representative shall cause all grade  marks found on closed packages containing imported fruit to be completely  removed, erased or obliterated, when  such grade marks are different to or  inconsistent with tho marking or  branding required by sections 320 and  321 of tho Inspection and Sale AcL, or  section A of these Regulations,  4. Every importer   of   fruit,   or his  representative, shall cause all closed  (Continued 011 Pago 8)  STEELITE  Kaniloops," B. C, Aug. 7���������Already  Kiuiiloops is  feeling the  olloct of tho  improved  conditions  in business and  monetary clrclos noted in all parts of  tlio Provinco during the  past two  or  three   woolcs.   A  general  fooling    of  conlldenoo now   prevails,     especially  with    reference    to   tbo    successful  financing of the fruit and grain  crops  throughout this soutlon   of the  Woat.  TIiIh view of tho   general situation  Is  huld by Industrial Agent tT.F.Swootlng  of the  Canadian   Paoiflo    Railway's  department of natural rosourcos, who  Iiuh been stopping  over in Kaniloops  In tbo Interests of the department.  -Honso to Lot.-Apply  to A. N. Conl-  ing, 4ih Stree, Creston.  Winnipeg announces tho Stampede  from Au_u*t I) to 1(1���������A whole, wild,  widi*, whirling, westoiu week. Spooinl  rates ou railroads.  Mrs. G. H. Markwick and daughter,  MiBS Alborta of Modibiuo.Hnt aro spending somo weeks with Mr. aud Mrs. J.  Cook.  Printing uh you llko it at the Creston  Uovlew.  K. OF PI  We will have a full description of the  planting of tho second International  Transcontinental Highway Post, in  next wooks Ibbuo.  Creston Power, Light and Telephone  Company will have a meeting  on  Um ���������  lOtli.  Piano in excellent condition for sale  Address X, Y. '/. Creston Review.  GAUD OF THANKS.  _  tw*  All  momboru nro iipeclolly requoHtod  gondii, including blanket*"!, awoiitars, nnu  yarns and In HnnioiiiHtunooHtho itiiioliiniu  ir.vi In tnvntiur nnt,   ilieic TwndnrilH wil  I. . .I,,)...,,       rPN.-v^it t������.H1    |iri n    fl������i a ,1 (un*,, 1,  of lumbar and lumber produotu, togttln r  wllh various building umtoriulH, suoh in  wi fib, doors,  paints  and   oils, sh Ingle  Thoro  will bo on   exhibition   woollen   to boon hand on  Monday, Aug. 11, at  rt p. 111. slmrp when  l������iiHin������HH of impor-  tnnoo will bo traiiHiioled.  Forty years in uro. 20 vonrs thn standard, prortorlbod nud  rucommondod by  phy-dobum.   For Womans n-lmonta, Dr.  , Martol'i; Pllla, at your drugglut.  ��������� Sond for onr prions on furniture, wo      .���������,,    . .   . ,   ,   ..   , ,  ..  1 \    Wo dosiro most Hiucorely to thank tho  pay the frol������ht,.   0 O. S. miuiy frlondfi nndpiutloulnrly tlio mom-  bors of tho  L O. L.   for thole tender  synipathlofl nnd kind nsHifltanan in onr  BOARD OF TRADE MEET  redout borlovoment,  8igned--Mrh.  Oatboiino  Fnm-H-7,  Smith    nnd  Tlie regular 111011Ilily nii'H-mg of tie  IWul of TiHile w ill bo held  on Tuck-'  day AugutiL ljJtb. '  A lull atteiiduiK-o Is ilei-iieil iih Miero  will probably lie innHerH presenli-u u*  the inciiilii'i'H in reference to the meeting of the Associated Boards of Trade ^ nalo or will rein; ton doHirnbln toiiniitr  wliir.ii will be held nt It.a.do uu Tuesday, HepUmber 23rd,  FOR BALK���������Thubeuutilnl homo with  ilrt ningniuoont flowers, woll appointed  In ivn imd tlo-vArln MhrniMx-rv   lntolv va-  i.r   tr*r  Since last December Mr. Evorard  Steele along with his nou has been  manufacturing an explosive known as  Steelito In Silverton district. It has  been used with great success at different mines.  Some of tho chief advantages of the  powder are : nafety, entire absence of  noxious fumes, not affected by heat  or cold, and tho fact, that although It  is of tho chlorate of potash type of  explosives it can be used with high  efficiency In wet mines.  'Realising the advantages of such iui  explosive ii number of Nelson lui.--]iu-..s  men ncipiired the Canadian rights  and formed a company for its manufacture, called "SLoelite Explosives  (Canada) Limited" , of whioh Mr. W.R  .Me Lean M. P. P. In prwklunt; the  other directors are Evorard Steele,  Ernest W. Steele, Kenneth Campbell  and P. ���������. Gallagher, the well-known  lumber liwui.  Tho German Authorities have admitt  ed this powder to railroad transportation as a safety oxplosivo.  This oxplosivo should prove of great  advantage to miners and mine owners.  A RECORD FRUIT  l-������l>n    IIJ    i.lM     i,k_V .   JI  ���������ill  Fur further parlloul-ivri enquire from  T. M. Kdmondbon, Orostou B. 0.  Choice assortment of Tea Pots, also  Flower PoCh .lust arrived at Creston  Mercantile, Co,  Elko, B. C., Angust 7���������A fruit crop  of oven greater magnitude than last  year's is now looked for In the East  Kootenay district, saysR.T. Hicks,  manager of the Kootenay Fruit Growers union, who is in close touch with  tho whole district and finds all conditions indicating a record crop, It is  also pointed out that transportation  facilities for inland fruit growers will  be decidedly better this year as coin-  pared with a year ngo. Important  interests aro now being served by the  jlcitly tj|,eucil fiocliuii ������,i' Lie.' .k-ijoi-jjiay  Central line between Golden and  Siniilkaineeii; and with the completion  of the   mint horn route   of   the C.P.R,  }\/ll 1v,.r.������,    YJ.\,-w������   r,������w!      TV.,-,* lot 4vv.   t}...        ......  ft  ,.-,...  !.'���������..���������<       I.*",.,,4 ........      ,.,>,, ,,(,...     .,,.     .,.,.11  '���������' ''     ' "��������� '-���������'���������-.,        -     ...... ^ ,    .  ���������      .....  as the Okanagan and Siniilkaineeii  valleys, will be in direct touch with  coa*it shipping points,  BBO-M BBS-  THE.HEVIEW, CKESTON, B. C.  $10.00 WillStart YoutoWealth,$10-00  KINLOCK PLACE���������WINNIPEG  -���������'*" Imnglne Choice high Lota close to Main street of Winnipeg, t. city which  cannot but have a population of 1,000.00) people within the next Quarter of a  Century.  Kinlock   Place  has  an  elect���������o  car line  m front  of property runnlmr direct  ->  :cntre of City.     Close to tho splendid new Exhibition  Grounds    ta    which  $100,000 will be expended,   -hich with KUdonan Park which lt    adjoins,    will  make   the   most  ileslral~ j  district to Hv3   in.  i.lr.lock Place Lots,  J175 up.      $10 cash p- l S10 per month.    This week we  tr -. a cll<>   .'s lot f.-r $900 cash,  that we cold him some years ago at only ;-26.  ivinli    : Place _ots will make you a similar prorit.      If at the Exhl'oltlon let  shiw  you  this pr--i<-- ��������� >.  Pler.se p<?nil me an i)  Name   Address  Mall This Coupon To-day  -1 *atod booklet, etc.,  re  Kinlock  Place.  SCOTT,   HILL   &   CO.,  22 Canada Life   Bu!8d!nr*,  Wlnnl^e-,   Manitoba*  (T  _ - - _l _* _r *a A^m   By Arthur Applin  __#  W������r6% Lock *, Go., -.fssMe^  ..   London,  Melbourne A Toronto*  V. m  (.ConUP'ieu)  Ifs impossible anyone    couid    suspect���������she broke off helplessly.  She no longer thought of Aaron Roberts, bis declaration of love. She uo j  longer thought of her brother's theft  or the dangers which confronted him.  Jimmy Francks' life was threatened,  and his life and honor were dearer to  her than her own. Not because he  was free now���������that weighed with her  not at all, it made no difference. She  loved him, that was all. She would  have loved hira had he been as far  removed from her as the stars ia the  sky.  And Aaron Ro'oerts, the Jew, knew  this.      He rejoiced in it, too;  though  love might never be his to receive, it  - might be his to giv2.  Nobility and purity.     All the wealth  of the  world  was  as dust and ashes i  iu comparison. |  The reporter of The Evening Echo I  got hold of o_e of the servants at the ;  Savoy, xvoberts continued.        It    has  leaked cut that just  before she died |  Mrs.  Francks accused her husband c-f;  killing her.      Don't forget the broken!  bottle found in the fireplace; and then!  those  papers���������the ones   I  gave  your  brother.       He    took    them    straight;  down and gave them to Mr. Francks.  Until Mi  pers and destroyed them he was ia  Mr. Saintsbury's power. Whether his  wife lived or died he was in no senbe  free. **   Do you follow me?  She nodded, her breath was coming  quickly in short hard gasps. But  who's to '.enow anyihing about the  papers?  The kevs cf mv  safe were missing  evidence against him, I'm convinced  he ls not guilty.  I know he's not! She was standing  beside him, her momentary -weakness  vanished.  Good. But remember you love  him.  She winced, area her face grew rosy-  red; she looked proudly into the Jew's  face.  Yes, I  lovo' him.  Can your love save him? a������ whispered.      No���������It'e    your    love   which  l1.M/vA4A.n     1.1m T.4    tmr.mf.t.c.t..    Via     .3-r......  bUlCALCUS     XXILH . XX     IUVl^UOV..J     U4U      ��������� ������������_-  ger, points to his guilt.  She rolled back a few paces horrified. But how can people be so vile  as to think because he loves me he  would take a human life, above all  the life of the woman who became  his wife.  Aaron Roberts took a notebook from  his pocket, searched until he found a  certain letter, then opened lt and  ���������handed it to Iris. She glanced at  the siguature���������Ella Francks ��������� then  gave lt back to the Jew.  I can't read it.  lt was written to Mr. Saintsbury lu  answer to au application for money  he sent his daughter, money which he  required to pay off a loan to me. She  refused to send him the money���������because she had discovered her husband's secret. She discovered it the  very day they were married, and so  though they lived as husband and wife  they were nothing to one another, not  even friends, just acquaintances.  Another rink in the chain, Miss de  Fog tai s *-���������������?.  did you  get  that letter?  she  that tihe selfishly romantic "heart of  man could desire, except wings Y  Faber had clothed her with his  ideals, -wrapped her about with dreams  and mysteries, even written a eonnet  io her eyebrow or'her .elbow,' or eome  other Inconvenient spot. And she,  fulfilling her destiny, had encouraged  him. and not until the marriage had  been consummated, did he discover  that he had married a commonplace,  buxom little woman whose weight was  nine atone ten, who was clever with  her needle, and whose ambitions were  centred on a gas-stove, a cookery book  and the nursery.  It Was a rude awakening, but it gave  him a eort of mental and spiritual  superiority over tine unmarried ot his  sex, and caused him to keep a watchful eye on Aaron Roberts.  Take care that girl doesn't fool you,  he said to his chief after Miss de Fontaigne had taken her leave. She ds  as cunning as the rest of her sex.  Roberts looked at him, and Faber  wilted away. He knew then how  badlv his chief had the disease.  Get out! Roberts r ared.  The Jew realised that he had very  little time left in which to help Jimmy Francks to prove his innocence at  the forthcoming inquest. Doubtless  be had exaggerated the suspicions  which attached to Francks. For  some twenty minutes he -was busy  with the telephone, while Faber prowled up and down the outer ofdee,  growling to himself like a caged beast  and hurling invectives against the sex  unjustly described as weak.  Just as Aarou Roberts was on the  point of leaving his office, Mr. Saintsbury appeared. He was dressed ln  deep mourning. Ke entered the room  quickly with an almost jaunty step.  Afraid I might miss you. You got  my letter this morning?  (To be Continued)  *m  Outing Shoes  fer  Everybody  THE PERFECT SHOE  FOE SUMMER SPORTS  ASK YOUR DEALER,  EXPLORING THE  PALATINE  HILL  Prof  TO   MAKE   SHIPS   ROLL  How  asked.  Saintsbury showed It to me; he  couldn't pav me, you see. 1 retained  it. i realise how very valuable it might  be.      Now I shall destroy it.  She stopped him, and at the contact of her hands he trembled.  It doesn't belong to you. you must  no: ilo that.      If Mr.  Saintsbury in-  Francks obtained those pa-.si������s on "fi&S it as evidence against  ?������fr. FrancKs, you must give it back to  him.      Mr.    Francks   himself   would  wish it, she whispered.      I wish it���������  and you?  Slowly he folded up the letter. But  if Saintsbury wished to give me this  letter in exchange for a debt?  Iris de Fontaigne turned away without replying.    Slowly she moved    to-  . .  .  ,    ,        ,   , .      -,    .,     .   wards the door aad   Aaron    Roberts  aud I telephoned down    to    Scotland   watched her go.  Yard; you scs I didn t suspect your, wh sheereached Jt Bhe turned,  brother then. They sent a nan up You have warned me Q������ Mr. Francks*  here; the keys were found under the | ih,ns^ vou -_aVft fiav���������d mv brother  safe where 1 suppose your brother -^prosecution for theft," and you  pushed them after abstracting the pa-j are fig,fltlng to pr0ve Mr. Francks' innocence���������because you love me?  Her voice was quite emotionless now  and there was neither fear nor scorn  pers.       But Heriot  will  get  hold  of;  ihis mau; they'll put two and two together, and Saintsbury will help them.  was anxious to get rid of her.  Oh,  my .loci!  iris  buried her face  in her hands,   flId      t        , And s0 they waJted  rocking herself to and fro.      Robertsj ���������  , i���������������������������  watched her, his face    softened,    the  Jew replied  ������turn?  Her voice was so low now it scarcely reached Aaron Roberts' ears. But  he heard each whispered word; yet he  firm lines about his mouth relaxed. He  longed to tako her in his arms, to  comfort her, and by sheer brute force  crush and destroy her fear and sorrow.  Miss de Fontaigne, I've *seen Mr.  Francks once or twice, I've followed  hla career carefully. In my own  in bill,   In   spite   of  the overwhelming  PIMPLES ON FACE  ARMS 'fill LEGS  Scratched So Made Red Gore.  Trouble Grew Worse All the Time.  A Cake of Cuticura Soap and a  Box of Cuticura Ointment Corn-  Cured.  pletely  Vlllo .TfilU'llo. Que���������"My lltllf tflrl, nprnl  four ycarM, had no runny pimples on licr  faco, amis and !.*b-i th-vi I did not know  iiliat to il'i.   Thoy lasted  for   a   year,     bho   com-  met.rid   to   t���������ratcli   ami  thia made pimples, clear,  not rod.   filii*. wrnMind no  much that, tlio blood ran  -.ml  It made u red horo.  wire* -"rvcro worso on  armn and ldia and on  licr f'i(*i\ and they vri-ro uuiy looking with  tho blood.    J  "jv-'M inlil whai, to do lo slop  l.iT Ml.)������ J Ji wr. iiini 1  n.-ni I:.'*; in ul*..ciii i'UL  other ptmpli.-'ii-aiuf out all llin tInn-. I trlml  till horn nf rviinilli>i tail ilii'! tr������4ii!i!i; i/row  worm; nil tlio tlmo. It van always tho namo  ntory, until I ii.-n.-il Curlrur.-i Snap ami Olni-  inont. I Iw-kiui to apply tin- Cm Ionia Olnt-  lY^ni- j-.ii lif>r, ������l-n lior. w;tt������-r imd Ouili-ur-i  *,j'.i>. tuimoiiiait-iy I b������i;.Mi in t..'d tli.t.  thoy  xvc.ri: i-urim/.   In r,  nnd   after  havlinc  a long, long time. The clock ticked  aggressively on the mantelshelf as if  trying to remind the Jew of his favorite maxim���������Time is money. A short  time ago the detective had ln Jest remarked that the ticking of tbe clock  must sometiimes be very irritating to  the Jew; he did not even hesar It now,  he was unconscious of time, of place.  He was only conscious of this wonderful auiblliou which had been born to  bim.  The ambition to love; stronger than  even the desire to be loved.  At last  bo  prolonged   was  tbe  silence that Iris repeated her question.  And what do you want in return.  Nothing.  The Jew shut his eyes; he dared not  look any longer at the little shadowy  figure ln the gloom of the door. He  waited for ber answer.  And hor answer was tho closing of  tbo door.      When  he looked up he  waa alone.  Nothing.  WL.h that ono word ho bad cast  back Into thn gutters all the wealth  he had slowly and eagerly accumulated durln*** hlB life. The ambition of  his youth, and the ambition of his  race, he bad alaln at. tho-vcry hour of  Ma fulfilment, centreing his whole soul  on a new ambition which could novor  be reached buvo by pacing through  the gate- of Death!  Gyroscopes on Lake Boats Might Prevent Their Freezing  Most novel of all the applications  of the gyroscope that hare been proposed lu the last few years ls the  use of a pair o* mighty gyroscopes to  make a ship roll, so tbat in passing  through icefields it will not freeze  tight. The possibility that this will  make traffic possible on the Great  Lakes during the winter has been  suggested among ship engineers,  though there are other dilRculties to  winter lake traffic besides lake freezing.  On the car ferry Ashtabula, which  operates on the lakes such a pair of  gyroscopes have been installed by Elmer A. Sperry, the leading authority  in America on this peculiar force, and  the inventor of the gyroscope compasses that are being supplied to  many ships of the navy. The apparatus on the Ashtabula .serves the  double purpose of restricting or diminishing the rolling of the vessel  when the water is rough, and of caus-  inj rolling when water is quiet and  th rt is danger that the vessel may  be caught in the ice.  The big gyroscopes are placed low  in the vessel, and with their attachments, weigh fifty-one tons. Not much  power is required to Irreep the hea\y  wheels revolving at high speed; and  so long as they are revolving the rolling of the vessel is controlled. A  very sensitive pendulum automatically manages the big wheel3. As the  pendulum swings it causes tbe big  gyroscopic wheels to turn slightly in  such a way as to diminish the ship's  rolling; or if it is desired to mf.ke the  ship roll the pendulum can be made  to swing���������and, in turn, this will move  tho gyroscope*; and make -.he vessel  roll.  Mr. Sperry believes the method of  controlling the rolling of a ship by  great tanks of water on the deck so  connected that the water flows fx'om  ono to another at the desired moment  Is not a satisfactory solution, for he  has discovered that the rolling of a  ship in a heavy sea is not regular.  It will start at a ellght degree and  then work up to a heavy roll, reaching the climax in perhaps a dozen  swings, then diminish again to the  slight rolling. By the use of the pendulum, however, each rolling motion  Is met with just the right amount of  gyroscopic action needed for that one  roll.  Bonl Describes Temples Discovered Under Rome  The 2866th anniversary of the foundation of Rome  was celebrated this  year by Prof.  Bonl wbo lectured on  his recent excavations on the Palatine.  The objects    of    these    excavations,  which   were   started   a  year   ago,   is  nv'Oiulu,   uiw e.-vpiOitiiiuii  ui  tnw un_ni-  al structure of the historical hill on  which Rome was built and the discovery of traces left by its earliest inhabitants.  The results so far obtained may be  briefly explained as follows. By  means of deep borings reaching down  to tbe original rock of the hill three  separate series of pits or cellars of unknown ancient temples were discovered and the development of the dwelling.-! hi different periods could be followed from the rough huts of the  first Inhabitants to tho humble houses  of the early republic, which were  gradually transformed and enlarged  until they were changed to the palatial mansions of the emplie. Practically every building on the Palatine  was erected over edifices of earlier  periods. In the basilica of t_e Palace of Domltian traces of an exedra  built by Nero were found, and underneath were the piscina or water tanks  divided into five compartments, which  cut through the walls of a republican  houso with frescoed walls.  ln the vestibule the foundations of  the Imperial throne were discoverec  cuttiug through the walls of three  palaces built in different periods o".'*r  a republican house richly decorated  with  rare   marbles. Stiii    deeper  down the favissae or pits of ancient  temples were found, with traces of  broken pottery identified as dating  from the fifth century, B.C. The explorations carried on in the house  of the Flavil are of the utmost importance for the topog'"a.;vhical study  A Scientific iV.igress  Special inter ess* attache- io Tiext  year's meeting ot the Aesoci: tlon  Francaise pour l'Advancement des  Sciences which la to be held at  Havre, probably September 4th to  12th. A large number of British societies are to take part in the meeting.  There are 160 British societies aff'Hated with the British Association for  the Advancemen of Science, and it  has been the custom for these societies to holrl a conference in London  whenever the association itself met in  somo far distant city���������as in the case  of the meetings at Winnipeg and in  South Africa. (Strange to say the  British Assocation bas nev ��������� met in  London). Now IL happens that in  1914 the Pritlsh Association meets in  Australia, and comparatively few  members will  be able to make the  lrvnn-   niwl  4.*,, mms... ..IJ.  j\/uA4icjr,      ariiuij  from those whoso expenses are to be  paid t,nt of funds raised for this purpose ln Australia, Accordingly, as  Havre is comparatively near England,  it has been decided to hold the conference of delegates Trom the affiliated  societies at that place, Jn conjunction  tVrltl,     Vlln     mm.f.f.llm.m    ..41    IU.     lj*~, i*. . .  "".      W4V4     444vTGI.441������i     Oj.      UUO     i'TCIlOU      UBSO  ciatlon. It is hoped that American  scientific societies will also be represented at this Joint meeting.  No matter how deep-rooted the corn  or wart may be. It must yield to Hcl-  loway's Corn Cure if used as d!T-*cted.  ���������uu win uuu ic-ici in &ang-uun s  It eases the Suraing, stinging  pain, stops bleeding and brings  ease. Perseverance, wiih 2am*-  Buk, means cure: IVhy net prove  thia2> mmtt JDruggiateana Stares*���������  too boss.  Insure Your Horse For  Fifty Gents  -,-*  Milking Machines  The milking machine Is becoming  a recognized part of the equipment of  large dairies. It has already reached the point where lt compares favorably with ordinary hand milking ln  the item of germ content or the milk  and in its effect upon the :Cow. There  Is still much room for improvement  from the mechanical viewpoint especially in the matter of simplicity and  expense of installation.  The success of the milking machine  is closely associated with the personality of the operator. Unquestionably it takes a higher grade man to  operate a milking machine successfully than to hand-l Ilk a cow equally  well. There is every reason to think  that ln the bands of careless operators the machinery will work Injur:*  to the cows, but the same result is tco  often obtained from inefficient hand-  milking.  mcyimxmm.  m*m. vmx'ti  ���������uwanau.  umamauMi.  Sm__m3ISS  ���������^saaasfc  Strain*. Swellings, Sweeny.  Eqnmlly   Good   for    Muscular  UUIIIM,    ^UUU4.     wA.r>o������M..?|      MV������..  Ulcerated Surface.  Silver Pine Healing Oil  Heals liafb Wire Uits-���������  Cures Kicks and   Spraini  Over 2,000,000 bottles sold  without a single complaint.  No matter how badly cut  ������ horse or cow may be.  "SILVER PINE" will  euro it. Thero lias never  been ������ failure in aU tho  years this wonderful healing oil has been n������ed by  farmers and stockmen. It  soothes the pain���������prevents  ir������jlamtnnHnnt -nr//>tid fleah  and blood poisoning���������aud  causes the cuts to beat  cleanly and rapidly. Cures  Old   Sores,   Bruises,  Rheumatism.  ***"***fcat    an*.*  $oc a bottle���������and sold iy dealers everywhere on a spot cash guarantee to cure.  iiiternationa! Stock Food Co., Limited  Toranto       ���������      ���������      Ontario ������3  ���������WANTED at once  Persons to work for us  i spare time at home. X'o experieno*  required with our NEW ART COLOR-  IN J5 PROCESS. Easy and faicinatinsr  v.oi-K. Good pay. No cam-asslng. "Write  for instructioi.-j (free).  COMMERCIAL ART STUDJO,  3*.j Coll.. _e Street.       ,   Toronto, Canada.  alfrH#r���������������cirV������    -ni*  great discovery of statue and works of  art has been made, since everything  was plundered during the sixteenth  and seventeenth centuries, when extensive digging for treasure was undertaken, historical buildings " have  been identified. The house of Tiberius, for Instance? has been identified,  and underneath it is the pit -:ed f.s  a prison where Drusus was starved to  death.  In Suffragette Days  Dr. Lyman Abbott told at a recent  luncheon in New York, an anti-suffrage anecdote.  Two suffragettes, he said, were  talking one evening at the club over  a game of billiards' ���������������  Kow is your husband? the first asked.  Slowly mending, thank you, the  other answered.  Slowly mending? I didn't know he  was ill.  He isn't ill, the other suffragist explained, laughing heartily. He is  slowly mending my khaki ridin.*r-  breeches.  $100 Reward, $1G_.  The readers oc UiU paper will be pleased bo leans  that there Is at least one drcAdcd disease that science  baa been able to cure la all lu stages, and tbat U  Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure in the only nosltivo  cure "now known to the medical fraternity, catarrh  fcelns ��������� constitutional disease. rcQiilres ft eormtlli,'-  tlonal treatment, ball's Cntarrh Cure M taken lc-  .m������.iih  ....... ^,1....... ....���������.. ..... 1.1..J ~���������., *........  .A.. ..Mi.jr.    m...  ���������>������   U.ivv.ljr     U^\/li    ...V    UIVIJU   ������������...������    la(Ul.J._  nurlacea of the system, thereby destroying lhe  foundation ot the disease, cid giving the patient  .ltreneth by buildlne up the constitution and asslMt-  lng nature hi doing Its' work. The proprietors havo  ���������o much lalth In He curative powers that they oiler  One Hundred Dollars ror any case that lt tails to  ���������hire.   Send for list ot testimonials  Art-"XE��������� F. J. CHENEY i- CO . Toledo. O.  Bed by all Druggists. ?Bc.  X&ke Hall's Family 1'Ula ror or.stlpallon.  Mrs. Wayburn���������We're sorry now  wo called our house a bungalow.  Her Friend���������Why?  Mra. Wayburn���������It we spent $50  more on It we could call lt a villa.  A portable searchlight, supplied with  gas from r tank carried on a man's  back, has been Invented to enable  linesmen to see to the tops of poles  at night without having to climb them.  When the young husband reached  home from the office ho found his  wife in tears.  Oh, John, she sobbeS on his Bhoul-  der. I had baked a lovely cake and  put it out on the back porch for the  frosting to dry ahd the dog ate It!  Well, don't cry about it, sweetheart,  he consoled, patting the pretty flushed  cheek. I know a man who will givo  i.s another _og.  Worth Knowing  Clusters of cloves hung up in tbe  rooms and allowed to dry will eradicate Sies quicker than fly paper.  A package or envelope sealed with  tha white of an egg can not be steamed oper,.  Wash silver ornaments in borax and  water.  If ypu varnish the soles of you*  boots it wil! render them Impervious  to damp and will make them last  longer.  Mii.r.rd's   Liniment  Cures   Diphtheria  There was once a chap wbo went  skating too early, and all of a sudden  that afternoon loud cries for help began to echo among the bleak hills that  surrounded the skating pond.  A farmer, cjbbling his boots before  his kitchen fire, heard the shouts and  yells aud ran to the pond at breakneck speed. He saw a large black  hole in tbe ice and a pale young fellow stood with chattering teeth shoulder deep in the cold water.  The farmer laid a board on the thia  ice, and crawled out on it to the edge  of the hole. Then extending his hand  he said:  Here, come over this' way, and I'll  lift you out.  No, I can't swim, was tbe impatient  reply. Throw a rope to me. Hurry  up.      It's cold in here.  I ain't got no rope, said the farmer,  and he added angrily: What if you  can't swim���������you can wade, I guesi.  The water's only up to your ehoul-  ___>rs  Up to my shoulders? said the  young fellow.- It's eight feet if it's  on Inch. I'm standing on the blasted fat m *.n who broke tho ice.  Pork or Mutton  A Britisher visiting this country  avers that Le can never accustom  himself to the free and easy manners  of the waiters he bas encountered in  American hotels. ,  la Chicago, says he, I met the mosa  extraordinary typec.      I said to one:  Waiter, is this a poik chop or a  mutton  chop.  Can't ycu tell by the taste? asked  ths waiter.  No, said I.  Then, said the waiter, what difference does it make which it is?  Apple   Jelly  added to Pure Jam  makes   a   delicious   conserve  Ask   for   Upton's  Tho fool man who goes out on toots  We -.11 hold up to scorn;  Yet he  Ignores our shir:   and hoot-  And starts tj blow bis born .  BANISHED  Tea and Coffee Finally Had to Go  /V.    ���������;,-/fN.-'"1 "��������� ���������������������������'  '     J 1 1    ������  >     her arum  CHAPTER XXIT  Having put his hand to tbo plough,  Aaron Roberts bad no intention or  turning hack. Hla original" lmpulso  on his first iiU'C'!in_ with.Iris do Fontaigne, when HiibconscloiiHly ho real-  Shi.'il alio was the woiniui ho desired  i���������r ������i;;i lii.nc". iv-i'v lo win licr by "T'liv  iih :111s nr foul.  \V!niher it would plcniic her to ac-  opjit, blm as a husband never entered  lulu bond. He wanted her; he know  that an Hurr-ly an ho knew ho wanted  jrobi; the mrann of forclni*; her to ac-  cVjit hhn lay ready to bin hand.  Kiibficciuonl nicctlpiiij with her had  liacid acaltft of Ciitli-ur.-i--ii.-i|������ uml a box of   {*-li i_l I f^* ti litu pel nl. of view.   Indeed be  "   "'" '     '���������'"���������'-    w;,!i :i (���������luinn'-d  mnn, thoiif-h ho wan  C'litU'iu-a    Olnl iii'r.l.   1.I10   Ivan   r-onitili tidy  "My liu.sliiir.il :.Imi h-iiI  C'uiiiina oliii/-  rr.ir:*. fnr ������������������:���������;.i'l.--i )?*, 1 !������  I.mh!1'.    Ai'ii-r ttirmi  fti)lilii'.l.lliJli-l   'jf   ll.r:   ( 'i.l'c.ll .1   < 'llll I/IUll    li'l  -r.ain uiiM'l' iil.v **iir������-������l." (HIkih'I; Mm. A I* i������l  Corilrr, Jmi. Iii, l-,'I-'.  ���������olil by ������lniwi4"lMM iiinl ilmli r-i fvrrywlif-ra.  '���������nr u. hi nr.11 u,.- i.iimi 1,1 m r.iih, Willi Ai-\*.  honk, r4-n������l |w>f.t.curd 141 IV.ttc.r lirntftj. {.'lien.  Corp., JM'U iiriU. )Jm.144>>, V, ti. A.  V/.N.ll.   ���������">!,/  linn ware  "I   li"-'   fiu I.  hliiiM-li'.  The fault-Ilk'* Palu-i* Tonltucd It.  i.liuiiKii. nml lam--..!<������������������!��������� IK; made up  IiIh tiilml to nave hlu Chief.  Nov/ l-'.ihei* wnn a iiiiurlfd man���������  th.-iifli he never  Iwiaiitcd nr Uio fact;  .      . <   i. ,r     , I   , l      I...  |4IH  Tho way some persons cling lo tea  and coffee, oven after they know they  aro doing them harm, Is a puzzler.  (Tea is just as harmful because 11. contains caffeine, tho samo drug found  ln coffee). Bnt lt ls an easy matter  to givo lt up for good, when Postum  Is properly mado and used Instead. A  glvl writes:  ���������'Mother bad bcnn suffering wltb  nervous headaches for Roven weary  years, bnt kopt on drlnkini? coffee.  "Ono day i asked her wliy sho did  not. give up coffeo, an a cousin of mine  had dono who.had taken to Postum.  But Mother wan audi a slave to coffee  alio thought It would bo tcrrlblo to  give It up.  "Finally, ono day. sho mado the  chango to Postum, nnd quickly her  headaches disappeared. One morning while she waa dilnUhig Pu~iuui  .so freely and with mk'Ii reli;,L, 1 asked  for a tanto.  "That h tar led mc on Postum and I  now drink It, moro freely than 1 did  coffeo, which never com on into our  house now."  Name given by CnnaiHnii PciHtum  Co., Windsor, Ont. Write for booklet, "Tho Road to Wcllvlllc."  Podum comna In two forma.  Rffjiilnr   Prtatunri   (inimr   lio   boiled),  illl.Ullll Ptlfcltllli I4l4������_;'l*'i. Ililllili; boiling, but Irt propaved Inotantly liy mir-  rlnfi a h.vcl ttairpooinl'iil hi an ordinary cut) of hot water, which niuht-t- lt  rli-lit for moHt pcrno'nn  Tho Egyptian irrigation deiv.rtment  is planning to uso some of tho 150,000  horsepower available at tho Assuan  dam for the production of atmospheric  ultro_cn for    -_ct: 'city.  As a vermicide there la no preparation that oauals Mother Gravea*  Worm Exterminator. It linn enved  tho Uvea of countless children.  Harry Lauder tells a story of an  English nobleman. His lordship was  Introduced to me at the nnd of tbe  Tlvell one night, eo the story he*  gins.. He asked me to dino with  him. I accepted, and then he hesitated and said:  I don't mean dine at my bome, you  know. My wife doesn't approvo of  ���������e���������r���������muBlc ball peoplo you know.  I mean dine at my club.  At your club? eald I with horrified  look. Ob, no! No, thank you, my  hud; I'm sorry to have to decline,  but the fact Is, you know, r.iy wife  docsu't���������er���������approvo of clubmen.  Open Season for Cupid  Tho aummor girl Is planning now  Her Biibtlo summer arts,  And Cupid's working overtime  At nliari-iciilng bin darts.  And by and by at each resort  According to her plan,  Thero'll bo a .Tohnnlo slain each dny,  Mistaken for a man.  A young gentleman of the colored  persuasion had.'promised hin girl .*.  pair of white/gloves for a Christmas  glfe. Entenrbg a large department  store, bo 'at last found tbo counter  where *-tho&e' goods were displayed.,  and, approach Ing rather hesitatingly,  remarked: Ah wa.'L * puir ob gloves.  How long t'o you want tbem? Inquired the businesslike clerk.  Ah doesn't want fo' to rent 'emj  Ah wants fo' to buy 'em, replied th������  tlier, indignantly.  He Knew Her  You Boom inclined to encourage  your wlfo to bocoine a Suffragotto.  Yen, replied Mr. Mcokln, If I can  thoroughly convince her that I dcslro  her to march and make Bpocchos may-  bo Bbo'll got roncntful nnd refuoo to  do  HO.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  PANAMA   OPENG  THIS     YEAR  I am miro that girl has a kind honrt  nnd n coiiflldorablo disposition, said  Lho young man.  Why?  Becauflc, when T naked whnt hor fav-  orlto flower waa nho took care to namo  ootnotblng that doesn't coat moro than  no cents a bunch.  Her Cousin���������Maud Is always vorj  positive In her nnscrtlons,  Rejected Suitor���������Yos, sin wr.s  oven positive in bor negative.  A llttlo four-year old girl whos*  paronts had been discussing an an*  .proachlng meeting ln connection wltb  tho Society for tho Prevention ot  Cruelty to Children begged to be taken. Her mother explained that tlu  mooting would not amusn her, but she  Herniated In hor demand, and filially  her mother agreed to tako her If uhp-  promised to bo very quiet.  Sho was very good throughout the  greater part of lhe proocPdlngH. but  after listening patiently to tho ���������rpeoch-  ea for somo tlmo nho whlnpercd to  hor mother:  Mummy, this hi dull. Whon In th*  ei nelly -Oln������ to login.  i v. f.  * llin     vifn     WAn     il  WvJMr.y woniiin, and ho kii"W he had  no real emm or complaint; but he  liml never fniRlvcn her for iiiicoeiinful-  ]y pf-ii'iinO'iii' liliu In llieir pre-iiiipiiiii  ij-iyi-  liml   ib'-    |>'������-''<-i Md    everything  One of the Locks WIII Soon be Com  pleted  It Ir* n<"t Imponnlblr* Hint the Panama  Cnnnl may br* op**n to nnvlrrall.in this  year aa Col. Georgo W. Uoothala has  stated that tbo pannage of ships will  bo permitted as noon na ono Bot or  twin locks can bo operated. Work Ik  being pushed on the lowor guard gales  In tbe west chambers, In order lo  bavo all the gatoa on thia cldo completed an i oon ub possible, lima permitting tho pannage of r.hlpo before  all tho galea are completod,  .-.h the  other H'l- nf tho Ineliu enn Im kepi  dry. The fianw plan is bolng followed nt Pf.lro Mltfnel and Ml radon's  lochH. and nil the galen In the went  chau*berH  will  be completed  by Oct-  WA1! is Welljffliat Ends Well"  Alonjr with dyupepela. come* inervou������ii*aa������, ������Iceplc������M������e-ii imd geij-  ������ral III health. Why 7 Pecaui- a dlnordored Ktomueh doo_notp������rmlt  th������ food to be anal ml I ato d nnd curried to tlio blood. On tho other hanil.  the blood la chttrged with poUonn whloh com- from this dUordercil  dliceatlon. In turn,' the -norvo- _ro not -fed oa Rood, TfOd blood ami wa  nco tlioso nytnptom- of nervoun brooWdown. It In not lj*������a worlc time  dor a It, but poor *itom*wh work. With poor thin Wood the body l������ not  protoct������dl nffuln-'t tho attack of a������rma of *pdp~lwon������WU������T-������<>'"������,I������P"  tlon.   Fortify the body now withY.  **  A bl|* cup rcqulrc-3 more and uomo, out'r  lh(" _      ���������' "*  l  '*  ,Jt.lJ|Ml.       ,<  ..If U      ���������������������������.",,..      ('ir,      4,4   1 tx.xx mm  i lini-ilno- qnnonfnl nnd leiimoi- ll  ������i'i������ ' A O.Tfereilco  a largo uupply of ereani, " f     Doctor���������You niuntn't j*ivu up nope.  Experiment  v.iitil    'Wil    know    tlio   Rome yonrii ngo I    hud    exactly    lho  nmoiU'.'t thai plTmen your pulaio mid | iiinno lllner.u.  have lc iieru-td thai, way In iii<> inniro. [      Put lent inlooinllj')���������Ab, but liuv. Uui  "Thi'-*t-*a  a  Iteiioou"   fur  PoMtnni.      . h.iiim   dneior.  mms*tmm^<mm  1>R. VtWtlC&B  m.m* *i00m,mmmm0mmm       /"���������"*���������"^.."Tr-T "",*".".""���������   ���������     "   '-"  _������_'Ur_Uv*a_tr������Hfromnatlv^ ���������" l������th llqolil  uml uliUt form hy Pr. IU V. Vlstce, o������������r ������ *,c������i# n-io.  Mnr������ th������������i 40 y������*ra mt ���������_porlenea h������������ -prov-in lu atiuarlor worUi iu n>i lii-  tlnorMlnff ���������tomoch tonlo and blood purltV. It lnvl������ort������lj������.������ and r������irul������t������a  tli.-iUjinkcli, llv������r*iid Uwola, unil through them tlm wljol** *"V������ *". It-*������.i  now alio ha had In angar-aMUd tablat fwrm of nnont^'aJ-f^lnni-i-Jlelno.  ml   ktstim  m^ntsm W V*-������i*v-*  *���������������  ������**���������������**   ������-,*������������������������������������   ������*"*������������������" ��������� ���������   "   -  ���������  "    -*-���������"'���������������������������  Hotel nnd Surgical Ioatituta. Uuffalo. N.Y.  _IL-.--.Tlie Common Sense Medical Aelvtscr^mirr m*  IO A ISOOK OP 100������ PA<3-_ HANDSOMELY HOUND IN H^-MMrlS I  kl-vmolrOOY. IIVOI-NE. ANATOMY. fjtt*&"rimty������m\*/^g?\ffi. I  __1Yjiiiii.ii'   i rf-- i " -I- 1 ** "���������"' >������-"M.!i**������������������i ������������i'"l*'������ll">'  lM_HU_Mi_MM_lWiaa--_HlWI  KB mammmmmms  ivmy^i'Mm  lm'timsmmM  r'tititititiSm^M  3B -KEVIEW. -BOSTON, 8. C_f  '���������ti-. r.  S*t  15������ lis. Biifw  """ '"~   ->**r  .? Nine liiTits in ica vy'icti tne liver is rigtiv too  stomach and bowels are right.  r������D-������'-! i iTtir  .���������*0rxm-x m m..m *.    ..mm.a r n,  LIVER PILLS  gmlly but firmly com  pal a tazy live* to  (1������ ils duly  Cure* Con  utipation,  findliijesi  tion,  Sick  Headache, and Diatross after Eating.  Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.  genuine must bear Signature  i_EIM������������M  WATtHPKOOF   COLLARS  AND  CUFFS  Sornc-ihln-*   better   than   linen   and   no  laundry   bills.       Wash  It  with  Boap  and  "Water.      All stores ot* direct.  State stylo  nnd  size.       For  l'5p.   v.-o  will  mall  you.  THE    ARLINGTON    CO.    OF   CANADA,  Limited  63  Fraser Avenue, Toronto, Ontario  STRUGGLE WITH FIVE LEOPARDS  Officers  of    Storm-Tossed    Freighter  Lassoo Animals .Released by  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND -6HIL-.  1 SSks.\Vihslow'3 Sootwino Svrup has been  twed for over SIXTY YSARS by MIWONS of  MOXHBKS for their CHllMi-REN WHII.S  -EUHUNG, with PttRVECT SUCCESS. It  pOOTKKS tlie CKir.O, SOFTENS tlie GUMS.  _a,I,A.YS alt PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC. 8-4  is the best remedy for I>IA.rRRHQ2A. It ia absolutely harmless. Be ������urc and ask for "Mrs.  Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and tulss SO Other  j-kind.   Xwcnty-five cents a bottle.    _���������  I /S  Ideal ��������� Sliver  Cream Is a scientific preparation  specially adapted  for cleaning all  kinds of SILVER  & GOLD PLATE,  MIRROKS, CUT  GLASS, or WINDOWS. It ls a  purely t vegetable  compound and  does iT^t contain  any Injurious sub-  eta nces. Any article polished with  IDEAL will acquire   a     beautiful  *l**'t.*C   41.** I    m,"iM   m,r\,  tarnish.-  For   sate   by   all  Dealers.  I   tm,lmXm,lm m  While a terrific storm raged _bbut  them, tossing their big freighter^ about  like & cork' in the ocean/ sis officers  of tho Gernrtun steamship Rheinfels,  which arrived recently In Philadelphia  from Calcutta; battled fo������ five hours  before tbey succeeded in subduing .five  frenzied leopards! which had escaped  from their cageaY'r- ���������."���������-..- -r* ?>r - v,>^  ?Duri_g the utbrih all-hands had been,  ordered on deck by Capt.'Albert Xuc-  fcens, and when. li__lhin_ ?struclc tbd  poop deck it knocked thai leopard  cages down In the midst of tho 48  men.  With a scream of fright the men  took to the rigging, kicking, cursing  aad fighting in an effort to climb to  a place of safety. Jn an instant only  the six officers were left on deck. Ono  stoker, seized by fear when he saw the  loose leopards, leaped into the sea  and was drowned.  Around and around the battered  deck the quintet of leopards raced,  paylag little attention to the group of  six men crouched in cne corner. All  the deck load had been washed into  the sea, giving the beast sample room  to romp and run. After an hour the  leopards sighted the men and stationed themselves in front of tbem,  evidently intending to wait uatll the  storm abated to advance on them.  But the officers thought otherwise.  Ono crawled from the group on his  hands and knees to his room, procured a rope and returned. Suddenly he threw the rope across the leopards, seated or. the'? haunches a few  feet away. Unprepared for the movement, two of the beasts were caught  and made fast. Other ropes were  secured, but it was not rntil three  hours later that the last of the leopards was captured and placed in another cage.  In the same cargo of wild beasts  were two giraffes and^two antelopes.  Their cagDS were shattered, but they  remained quietly on the poop deck  and watched the fight.  TOLD BY HIS TEETH  Teethmarfks  More  Reliable  In  Crime  Detection than Finger Prints   s.?.-  ���������Ttrw  jiacia    0.6   firm    *K.,������.n.l4.������.               ..m^.     mmxjy.mi.  [ T'������. _ Heart of  ���������Tv-iion.    i  a  Piano is  the  ii-Ut on the  "Otto  Hig^ll  ij  Piano  Action  .ini,nen4 Cures Distemper  Do you need Money ?  Send for our application forms.  Do ycu need Land?  Send for our list and terms.  Do ypu need an Executor?  Send for our Will forms sup-  T-llrO/-        -f -*/������__  ������**t.\m\ml    JLt-K+^m  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 all Unrepresented Districts  Apply to���������  The Standard Trusts Company,  directing your leLler simply to Its  offices lu  Winnipeg,    Saskatoon, / Ed mon to.i,  or Vancouver  Accordiug to locality in which you  live  Wbat do yo- want? demandef Mr.  Newlywed, tn he confronted the  tramp at the door of the bungalow,  breakfast or work.'  Both, sir, replied the wayfarer, timidly.  Well eat that, returned tbo other  savagely, handing out a Biscuit and a  piece of steak, and you'll have both.  Whereupon Mrs. Newlywed glanced  reproachfully at her husband, for he  was giving away the first fruits of  her culinary studies at the cooking  school.  It Is Wise to Prevent Disorder.���������  Many causes lead to disorders of the  stomach and few are free Irom them.  At the first manifestation that the  stomach and liver are nc' performing  their functions, a course of Parme-  lee's Vegetable Pills should be tried,  and it will be found that the digestive  organs wiir*speedily resume' healthy  action. Laxatives and sedatives are  so blended in these pills that no other  preparation could be so effective as  t'.ev.  recently identified ia Paris by the  marks of his teeth ln Bome fruit he  had bitten and left behind, led a lioa-  don dentist to comment on the value  ���������6t tho rteeth and palate for? pttirpbses  of identification.; It; recalls; ;to������;;Wie  researches of Ehr. Paul Prague,- of  Vienna,rwho'mor.-* thaa.rflv.ejyearB''ago  declared that a long series, of experi-  W������|nta;(ajeiii6Mtriite4 that tha pala'to  never changes' ffbrii" cbildhooiS?to bTd  age, .and that ?tdeniiftoatlozr by- this  means is eves, more certain than by  means of finger-prints.  Tbe gums and palate, said the dentist referred to, aro an infallible test of  Identity. No matter how a person  changes in facial expression and In  general appearance, the gums and  palate remain to assure him and others that his Identity Is the same. The  sooner this fact is realized the better  for one can state no limit to its usefulness. Here Is a case that came  directly under my own notice.  A man of considerable wealth and  of high social standing went on a tour  to Africa. He disappeared, and  though every effort was made to trace  him he could not bo found. Meanwhile difficulties arose concerning the  disposition ot hl3 property. There  wa3 no evidence of his death, and presumption of death was refused by the  court. Reports arrived later to the  effect that he had been murdered by  natives and it was stated tL. ':. his body-  had been buried in an African village.  As it happened, I had made the man  a set of teeth and still retained the  cast of the mouth. The man's brother went out, returned with the skull  and I found that the cast I had taken  fitted the mouth of the dead man.  That was sufficient. The death was  presumed, and the estate duly administered .  The palate test ls infallible, and  should be used by our detectives. A  cast of tho mouth of every criminal  could easily be taken, and would  prove more effective and reliable than  the mueb-vaunted finger-print t-ystem.  CHILDHOOD DANGERS  No symptoms that indicate any of  the ailments of childhood should be  allowed to pass without prompt at.on-  tion. The little ailment may soon  become a serious one and perhaps a  little lire passes out. if Baby's Own  Tablets are kept in the house minor  troubles can be promptly cured and  serious ones averted. The Tablets  are guaranteed absolutely safe and  can be given to tbe newborn babe as  well as the growing child. Thousands of mothers use no other medicine for their little ones. The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or  by mail at 25 cents a box from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-  ville, Ont.  Real Examples of Dual Personality  Are there In aotual existence caee������  of Ut. Jekyll and Mr. Byte? A  remarkable article la the curreat raumr  b������r of ths Practttios1*1���������* h** '���������"'Ir Geo2r������*$  Savage, lecturer on memtal diseases at *  Guy's Hospital, London, seems to indicate that phenomena, of dual-personality approaching very nearly Stevea-  son's famous phantasy are occasional- -������������������  ly discovered by those? "whose studios  bring them in contact with the mys-  x.Kx les of tho abnormal human mind.  ; Tho article Is ehUtled 'Automatism/  yfhlch jho writer defines broadly' as  the condition i_" which ?iSdmplfca*Sed"  mental processes give rise to complt-  eateu reactions to tho- BUrroundinga  which are not recollected In the ordinary waking and normal state.  Sir George divides his cases of more  serious automatism Into three groups.  In the first thero is no epilepsy; in  tho second fits aro followed by automatic acts, aad in the third replaced  by them. He give* two terrible instances of tho flrst two groups. . In  one a man killed his wife; in the other  a mother wounded her child with a  knife.      Both man and woman were  READ   THE   LABEl.  IT  MEDIUM-  CO- THE PROTECTION OF TMF -,-.- =  ��������� SUWIER THE INGREDIENTS Vpe  PLAINLY PRINTED ON THE LABEL  IS".THE   ONLY    WELL-KNOWN  l������ ft I C r- f-4     tm x *0 * xx rn,     mm. ... ������* .. ���������     _ _ .  _    _  .      ..._>__       mm rm   ..  r   .1   VI       *- W   VV   U C. H       MADE       IN  CANADA THAT DOES NOT CONTAIN  ALUM AND WHICH HAS ALL THE  INGREDIENTS PLAINLY STATED ON  TH_   LABEL.  n  _<  MAGIC   B.AKING   POWDER  S   SOMETIMES.  REFERRED   TO     AS   SUL-  ������-������m   3 O &������������������} c   A L U ivi i N i C  THE   PUBLIC   SHOULD"   NOT    SE  MISLED   BY   THESE   TECHNICAL   NAMES.  SULPHATE.  ������. W. GILLETT  COMPANY LIMITED  WINNIPEG TORONTO,  ������NT. MOMTREAL  .^IRE   IN   STOVE  7C  YEARS  Wheels Within Wheels  Mrs.   Crawford���������I    was    so    glad  to find her out when I called.  Mrs.  Crabshaw���������I knew you didn't  like each othor, so I told her when  you wore going to call.  A man who tries to% run an automobile on a wheelbarrow income do-  neves a jolt.  Why  Ho  Didn't  Understand  'Em  That woman snubbed mo doliboratc-  Pe/.aps Hho didn't see you.  Of conrso Klie did. Didn't I havo  on my new suit, nad my $30 bonnet?  No woman In the world could pass by  without seeing that.  Reduce the Cost of Living  There uiubI  bo u, prjblbltlvo tariff  on moving vaiiH.  What a silly Idea.  Nol al all, 1 Jim tried to biro ono,  ���������nd  the coot of moving has almost  trebled.  ti^mmmawK ^P*^*B Mi"MM^kt*wtjjj&>Mfl| ^amwpmm^^^gumsm^i^mmi  1 >/���������     m\  ^   W     *****     m* ^     PM      m       t^^j  '\x)i ��������� PI'LLS .*��������� '^tm  60o. m box or six .-x������������ for (2.60,  ��������� 4. -m .t.-t...   mx ������ri.. r*������.i.i. ������������,ji  I   -ln*������  -omixuriy,  Limited.    Toronto, I  | Canada.        |  tmmtmmmm mmmnmm*m*mmmmmum>mnm mmmmm**m*mmmtmmm*mmm*t  W.N.U. :sr  Primitive Cooking Apparatus In Cornwall, England  Incredible *-s lt may seem to us  who have at our command every sort  of labor saving machine and device  that it i3 possible to conceive, thero  are some parts of the world���������and not  the moat remote, either���������whsre many  of the ordinary tasks of life are accomplished in almost identically the  same way that they were centuries  ago, says a writer la Gas Logic. Travellers lu foreign countries have frequently told f surprising instances  of this kind which they have met with  la their wanderings in out-of-the-way  localities.  A striking Illustration of tho way  fn which people who come little into  contact with modern methods oftentimes cling to ancient aud cumbersome ways of doing things Is afforded  by the case of a farmer iu Cornwall,  England, whose primitive and picturesque cooking apparatus has attracted  attention.  Tho fuel used In the stove Is neither coal nor wood, but veat. No otlier  fuel has been burned ln ic. The  Cornish farmer declares that to his  knowledge the fire ln lt bas not been  out ln seventy yoars.  When the farmer's family havo any  cooking to do, the omberj are first  raked flat, aud an Iron plato l.n placed  over tbem. The dough Is then put  Into a iln, which Is placed upon tho  Iron plate, tho tin being covered ovor  with a big iron pot. Tho wholo Is  covered with ember* and In eighty  minutes' tlmo, It is said, tho broad  Is perfectly baked.  An Irlah niambor of parliament ls  tolling a Btory ot a man who com-  plnlncd to throo rrlonda���������an Hngllsh-  mnn, a Scotchman, and an Irishman���������  Mint his Hurvant wan uuutUauily breaking china.  What do ycu think I ought to do  with hor? bo asked plaintively.  The praorloiil English mnn said: Dis-  mltia her! Bat aa who wan olheiwlrfo  an excellent servant hor mastor was  unwilling to do that'.  Thon tnko lt out or hor waRon, nug*  goHtiM, tho thrifty Scot.  Thai wouldn't do much good v.'-.���������  tbo reply, for hor wages aro 1-shb than  tho ainauiit of dainago sho does.  Then ralsu hor wages! said tbo  Irishman promptly.  Wculd you mind resting your head  on  my left nhouhlor, doarost?  To bo nearer your lnart murmured  the beautiful girl.  Yon. nnd to be further away from  ���������} 1-i-v    rt������������������-������������������'���������I   T    b'V'r.   If*,    if*-.*. ��������� -   ������*! *v1i *���������    *v r*. r*)r * ���������  *.il\m. Ci(_,������.������l������J *��������� -lilil     - *** .m*J ml-tm-A^ jf J V ������' l> ���������> ���������  Thnt boat embraces many polntu  In Its ulo-Mi.  That's why, then, it la always hug-  ging  tho  slioro.  Hogan's Clock  The frequent and unsuccessful candidacy of certain men for public of-  fce reminded George Dore of a story  of his old friend Hogr-i.  Hojan was raffling a clock, said  Mr. Dore. He was fairly successful  in disposing of "tickets In the shop  where he worked, but he ran up  against trouble when he canvassed the  neighbors.  Dropping In at a neighbor's home  he tried to sell a ticket on tho clock.  It's a foine timepiece ..nd it'll look  foine on yer what-not or mantel, 3ay.j  Hogan, cajollngly*  'Gwan, the old clock doesn't run, replied the neighbor.  Well, drawled Hogan. changing front  completely, well, perhaps yez won't  win it, and th^n ye'll have tbe laugh  on the fellow who does.  In the third group, continues the  .writer, wo find cases like that of a  certain country squiro of middle age,  of healthy, active habits, with no  hereditary history of any neuritis, who  came to London to consult his solicitor  on a certain '.Tuesday morning. The  lawyer asked him to call again at  three o'clock. He did not return,  but finding liimselE near his lawyer's  office som_ days later about half past  three, he went there, believing the day  still Tuesday; and that he was only  half an hour late as a result of his  watch having stopped. He could not  believe that the hour was half-past  three and the day Friday. Ke then  recognized that he had not shaved, but  he seemed t" have washed, dressed  and eaten regularly. He certainly  had not been drinking. He could not  trace where he had been or vhat he  had done, but it is clear that there had  been nothing abnormal in his conduct  to lead anyone to suppose him to be  .out of his mind.  Not the least interesting part of  this extraordinary que-tiou. of automatism, dual personality, loss 2 memory  ���������whatever may be the correct title  for each instance^���������is its leg..l aspect,  and how far the author of crimes committed while in an abnormal state is  amenable to the criminal law. To  what extent must Jekyll suffer for the  misdeeds of Mr.  Hyde?    This is Sir  U-eorge  oiivcigei)   *lcnv .   x xlatS  vi������  OvS.-  eral occasions been asked to defend  female kleptomaniacs on the plea of  unconsciousness, but I have generally  declined, although I admit it is possible for thieving, adroitly done and with  apparent endeavor of concealment, to  follow an epileptic seizure.  Another famous mental specialist,  asked his views on this point, said:  Serious crimes as well as petty thefts  can, of course, be quite unconsciously  committed and no memory of what has  been done may be retained. This was  a theory in the notorious 'Jack the  Ripper' cases.  And Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, do  they���������or does it���������exist?  I have known of cases so extraordinary, was the reply, that the actual  physical appearance of the patient is  different during tbe period of aberration. I have known a physically  sound and normal man to develop  paralysis of an arm or some other  limb or alteration of facial express-  Ion in sympathy with the abnormalities of his mind.  Whistling for a-Living  A novel industry has been brcigl.':  to light by the news that a man who  in taking 450 British song birds to  British Columbia is an expert bird  whistler. It appears that it is no uncommon thing for a man who keeps  a bird fancier's shop *".���������> be able to  whistle a distinct series of bird notes.  At the beginning of each tsries says  The Dally Citizen, describin c the work  of tbe professional bird-whistler, the  different feathered tribes whose cages  completely covered the walls took up  the lay, piping as if their little hearts  would break with joy. When thi linnets ceased the canaries, hearing the  notes of the man-whistler, broke into  full-throated song- Then when the  expert started to whistle skylark notes  the imprisoned songsters of the heavens forgot thoir captivity and gave the  sun, peeping shyly in between the  closed blinds, a melodious welcome;  It appears that when a bird is caught  and put. Into a cage it is very apt to  sulk and" become miserable, this Is  where the bird-whistler comes in useful. He Imitates the tones c' whatever kind of bird this one happens to  be, and the little prisoner, thinking  it bas company, forgets all his troubles and breaks into a song of joy.  Sometimes the blrd-whistler can  teach one bird another bird's song.  Oas man tsu������_t s. "oldfinch to sing  like a linnet and a linnet to sing like  a goldfinch.  MInard'o   Liniment   Cures   Garget   in  Cow-  At a dinner given by the prime  minister of a little kingdom en the  Balkan Peninsular a diplomat complained to his host that the minister  of justice, who had been sitting on  his left, had stolen bis watch.  Ah, he shouldn't have done that,  said tho prime minister, In tones of  annoyance. I will get lb- back for  you. Sure enough, toward the end  of the evening the watch wat returned  to Us owner.  And what did bo say? asked the  diplomat.  Sh-hl cautioned the host, glancing  anxiously about him. He doesn't  know that 7 havo got Ir hack.  Mayor Rockwell of Akron was condemn ng the clain often put forward  by t_e rich, that poverty is good for  the character.  Poverty i3 good for nobody, he said.  It embitters the mind, hardens the  heart, causes unhappiness and fear  and suffering.  There's nothing like adversity, a  millionaire once said to me���������there's  nothing like adversity to bring a man  out.  Yes, I replied, out at the elbows.  It's really a pleasure to . bsorve how  willingly your Kt.le boy runs your errands .  Oh, he's tho boy that Uvea next  door. I get him to do riy errands  because my own boy won't.  Well, what Is your boy doing now?  He's running an errand for the lady  next door.  A man went Into a druggist's shop  and asked for soinethlm. to euro a  headache. The druggist held a bot-  tlr* of Lnrtshorn to hin nosn nnd ho  was noarly overpowered by Its pungency 1  But didn't It eaBo your headache?  asked tho apothecary.  Enso my headache 1 gnaped the man.  I haven't got any headache. It's my  wlfo that's got tho headache.  SLEEP WALKERS  Extraordinary Cases Related by a  British Medical Man  The many remarkable stories which  have been told of persons falling from  windows or walking over heights while  in.a somnambulistic state are supplemented by some extraordinary cases  which are related by Sir Georgo H.  Savage, M.D., in the Practitioner.  One concerns two friends of his who  were travelling in Sweden.    One night  they stayed at a cafe and occupied the  same room.    Two hours after retiring  one of tbem  got up, seized a ��������� water  bottle, and burled it at the head of  his   friend,  smashing  it  against  the  wall.    He then returned to bed .and  was perfectly unconscious of the act.  Epilepsy Is the cause of many acts  of somnambulistic   aiitoiiialisiu,   and  Sir George tells  the story of a man  who had passed a brilliant school and  university  career and  eventually  entered the Government bervlce.      He  secured  an  appolntmont abroad  and  left for the East In good health, but  at Port Said he disappeared.      After  months, when ho was supposed to bo  dead, Ills friends heard that he was ln  a state of destitution far from where  he landed, but be had no recollection  cf  hla  movements  after ho  left  the  boat.    Aftor careful nursing, he was  ready for work.  He took a private secretaryship In  the colonies, where he soon proved hla  ability but shortly afterwards he disappeared and was again found ln a  state ot poverty In quite another part  of the world. A third tlmo be started work on a ranch, and was mai.ing  a success ot lt when bo again vanished  and on his being discovered in a  stato ot great distress some months  after, bo was placed In an asylum.  There are few who realize how important a role the thumb has played  in the social customs of the people.  Erskine records that among certain  classes of people in Scotland the final  settlement of a bargain was always  signalized by the licking and join,  of the thumbs. Kissing the thumb  was at one time considered a characteristic of servility. The clergy,  the rich and the great, were in receipt  of the honor from tradesmen. From  remote times the practice of licking  the thumb has been regarded as a  solemn pledge and promise, existing  according to Tacitus and others,  among the Goths, the Iberiau3 and the  Moors, and lt may be traced through  successive periods down to the present  time.  Then the bank Broke  By the way,'began the spokesman  of iu.o party, I don't believe  I  ever  told you before of a curiou.-; incident  that befel me.  It was the commercial room of the  hotel, and bagmen of all ages and  classes were gathered round. Although they smiled no particular welcome, the talkative traveler ramble-  on. 4  I was staying in the country, and  one day, whilst out for a walk, I rest-  tTtl      \IXL-    C*       V, ���������XJ 04UQ      1/ailA. VS44      4 lOili^  after a little m.p, I found that a dollar had dropped out of my pocket, and ,  try as I would I could not discover  the coin.  Well, what of that? asked the bearded one.  Just one year later, resumed the  story teller, I was at the same place  again. I clambered on the bank but  the earth crumbled away, and I fell  to the bottom again. But what fi  you think I found?  Your dollar, replied thr bearded  one.  No sir, wrong. I found the dollar  and five cents. You see, my dollar  had been in the bank a year at five  per cent.  Choked for Air. Some little Irritant becomes lodged ln ths bronchial  Lubes, others gather, and the awful  choking of asthma results. Nothing  offers quite such quick ani positive  relief as Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma  Kemedy. Tbe    healing,    soothing  smoke or vapor penetrates, clears the  passages and gives untold relief. Us-  ...II..    1.     ��������� .^.^.w.1 ,.4 ..1..     ........ ,1    1- , 4������ ,.  UcUiJ'   ii. uuujjjieitrjy  Cuifo.        x. U&3  ������������������  hind it years of success.      It is the  sure remedy for every sufferer.  He expects to be rich some day.  What's he done?  He's Invented a waterproof bread  for lettuce sandwiches.  Oil engine propulsion for ocean going vessels has reached so successful  a stage that a $5,000,000 company has  been organized in London to operate  lines of freight chips of that type.  What   a   glorious  Young  Husband  day!  I could    dare    anything,    face  anything, on a day like this!  Wife���������Come on cown to the milliner's.  ��������� i       Hospital*   preat success, cures chronic weakness, _ost vigor ',  ti vim, kidnev, bladder. diseases. blood poisoij, 1  piles. either no. druggi3t3 or mail si. post 4 cts'  fougera co, 90, beekman st. new york or lyman bros'  toronto. write for *pr*ee book to dr. le clero 1  Mbd.Co.-averstockRd.Uampstkad, London, Kno. ,'  try new dragee it asteless) formof easy to tak_*  THERAPiON eaaI^sdccre.!  6EK THAT TRADE MARKED WORD 'THKRAPION' IS OM,  Bllir. GOVT.STAMP AFFIXED 10 ALL GENUINE JACKETS.  For the use of surgeons and dentists  an Ohio man haB Invented an electric  lamp mounted on an adjustable bracket which concentrates Ita ray through  a system ot Ioiibos mounted In a tube.  Mm, flramorcv���������You can't bulge a  man by w.uit tie wan bfftoro you marrlod him. Mra. Park���������Indeed you  can't!       My husband  uaod  to upend  ,tliiA i. von tin;.'  with uitt..  \Ov. Morse's  If_.oitM_i   Root   Pills  ���������re fust the right medicine for tbo  children. t When they ore constipated  ������������������wlicii tucii Skiuu<jy*Hi(- oui. ui uiuu  ���������-when over-indulgence in torn*  favorite food civet them ladiceatioa  ���������Dr. Mor**'* Indian Root Pills will  quickly and surely put tbem rich*.  purely vegetable.they neither oicken,  ������������,*<%l'lm* A m*th*lm**m    I.l** V*hv*>)������ *������������*���������*��������� ^���������> I*-***I****  Guard vour* children**! health by  mlway* kecp-it*" a box ot l)r. iviorw* ���������  Indian Root Pilla In tho houft*. Thryr  85������ojjr*tr   ft1Ki������   'fhUirer*   *���������.'���������'**>11  Pampered Lapdo_������������  ��������� The New York papers report that  a wealthy woman well known ln society circles went to one of tho finest hotels in Now York nnd engaged  n p.������Hi* of four roomi nnd Ihven haths  for threo months at $50 a day. Thero  waa a living room, a bedroom, and a  bath for herself, a room and a bath  for hor miildfl, and a bedroom mil  bath for her babloa, no sho calls hor  threo dogs, two .Tapauc. j and ono  Pekingese spaniels.  HI sing from their siitiii-Hueil boskets In tho morning, tho e'ego are bnth-  od with bconlod wator in tho big  whit* tul>, Af'r.r tlir foiiifiH break-  fast with mlllc and toast. At lunch-  eon Ihe bnbles are served with Iamb  chops and creamed polaloea. " Dinner  consists of a bit of chicken, mashed  poialoos, and a desert of let* cream or  -ofiiA iTMmv ������->i-������nffctlon  | Tho Tare of lho doga la *12 ft day or  j niori* iii'iii **i<i,i>iiii u yen .  Bakes Bread  to Perfection  Oil Cook Stove  Cleaner than coal or wood.  than gas.  For best results use  ROYALITF, OiL  Stock carried at all chief points.  Cheaper  A hpiipockc- man Is the sib nt part*  ������U^i'   ut   hia,   vvlfu'j   Y������r,������V.i.  .^K     THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY    j^  lU^-^t-^^      WUn  Tora-to H_!lf������     ^tfrfftrl^J  V$J$S^/      Montr.*! Vancouver St. John BU--H  THE   UKESTUN    ItESVIEW,    CREST ON*    B. C.  ��������� ������������������ * i__i ' --- * ������_ ....  The Creston ^eviejp  Published every   Friday at CreBton, British Columbia, by the Oreston Printing and i*u.b inning company, Ltd.  The Review is the acknowledged ^advertising medium rt^*^**!*^  **���������  culating in nearly one thousand homes throughout, the Cieston d btricc aim  Echini out iu a broad manner into ^^"���������l"^^^^^  are based on tbe scale of the Kootenay aid Boundary Printeis ������o������������ ot J-gacu.  Land purchase and land lease notices, $7 for sta utory tlm/-nJ^^^gtB^e  tisements, $i per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents perjuie ^J*8���������  and 5 cents per line iu .succeeding weeks. Subscription raves ������o-w ������ j��������� ��������� ������������������ ���������- ^  - - to contributions drilling in matters ot loriu in-  Onm-il.minus  must  he  brier uno  MR  r~A  n  XT.     j      1  YPlOTPi  -Tr'j-'.i^'������i- -S*S*iTB*,'_r*i.BL*__*Jiit-""^''^'   i^*^________________S_>___i_-������������������',  SSm       _M  J-W ���������*���������    m\m  tax  iii-_<-_gJl_l  ������1T   / ft  advance.    Our columns are open  terest ond the welfare of the community  eigned.  A. B. S. Stanley  Editor and Manager  An article elsewhere iu this issue of the Review dealing  with the marking of fruit for market, is, we consider, of vital  i mportance to the fruit grower and   incidentally to the community.  We invite a careful perusal of its provisions and suggest  that you keep a copy of it for future use. The reason of this  is evident from the circular itself.  If the Dominion Government has thought enough of the  industry to compel the importer to comply with certain regulations in order to enter his product iuto active competition j  with the Canadian grower, and if the importer fiuds it to his  advantage to live up to the standard established by th i Caua  dian Government, surely it must be to the advantage of ihe  Canadian grower, not only t_ live up to this standard, but to  meet the improvements ot his   competitor in every  way  that  lies in his power.  Failing to meet this competition, what happens; Simply  this, the retailer, finding that ihe imported goods are more  uniform in grade, in quality, in pack and in price, gives his  business where it pays him best to 'kiy aud the Canadian  market is destroyed, and there is no sentiment iu the fruit  market, or in any other market of perishable goods.  The department of Agriculture has been and is at some  expense to help the Canadian fruit grower io help himself,  but if he refuses to be helped, then the Government will compel him to conform or keep out of the market. This is only  fair, for this reason: The day of the limited production is  passing and the time will come when the market must have  protection from the demoralization of overproduction, then is  when the Canadian grower, having formulated satisfactory  grades and absolute standards, will have established a market  which he can hold against any compeditor.  The Leading  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  j \/OU will make no mistake  Y 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.  ^j BVi/SSil  _t  ^S     m*.  mm  F  ������ ils������  m  m  m  -*-  During the Month of  Jg August we will  Close Our f*{  Store at 7 p.m. instead of  m  w  Our   Guests J  Cah   cAgain  IW  tf*  m  Sfc  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  m  \ 8 p.m as Formerly, Except #>  &  /_ B������ Moran    -     -     Prov.  ill IS  CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERC:  m  ft  m  m  Saturday, and would ask  you to assist us by Shopping  Uarlv  m  (���������������  m  m\ m  m  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  MONEY   ORDERS  l=="i>H !*������������������-��������� Tiir. Canadian Bank ot  --iiiiitiwC, are a safe, convenient and  f /-*���������,���������..,,.,,,���������  ef.     4*   ^*     4.rV        4.   4 4^     V^  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  1 *���������������������������������* ������  the following- rates :  $5 and under  Over     5 and not exceeding $10   IO       " " 30   30       ���������* " SO   te  t*  3 cents  S     '*  IO     "  15     "  8.8  REMITTANCES   ABROAD  y means cf our SPECIAL   FOREIGN   DRAI  without delay at reasonable rates.  Percy  B. Fowler, Manager Creston Branch  Creston Drug&Book Co,  Phone 51  m  0A*.  ^&m%^m^it,'^mX^m^mmm'm^mm^mt:    &&^&*&^^^^;^;g^__t_*^/  ���������^S*&:_g*__''SS"6"g*g*^  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables !  (Best equipped Livery in Town) %  Ail class of TURNOUTS supplied at short notice.    The latest styles of    $  CUTTERS aud BUGGIES for sale and hire.    Saddle and pack horses a    ^  Feed for sale.  Speciality.  "  Agent for the McLaughlin Maufg. Oo.  m  m  r.     - ���������  ��������� -���������.  --      Horses for sale ������  Vi> . ?5?  _    I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains **  ���������St W  Ob   at any honv of the day or night.    Commercial men and landseekers,  will ������  ^ receive prompt attention ^  1 H. S, McCreath. Prop 1  jjfi phone 56  Sirdar Avenue  Box 14  I    -should be made by means of cur SPECIAL   FOREIGN   DRAFTS and   MONEY  ORDERS.    Issued without delay at reasonable rates.  * * *  A LESSON TO US.  New Zealand's newly completed battle cruiser has visited  Canada's shores. Slie came only as the harbinger of glad  tidings from a sister Dominion and not to chide us for our  own apathy. And yet, who can dwell upon the significance  of the visit without feeling keenly conscious of Canada's  utter failure to take any part in either the defence of its own  coasts or of the British Empire?  Four weeks ago Canada celebrated the forty-sixth anui-  versary of her existence as a nation; forty-six years in which  the burden of our defense was borne by tbe motheiland.  Through our infancy, when we wereunible to help ourselves  the burden was unselfishly carried. In the last decade, while  we have enjoyed a prosperous development that almost surpasses comprehension, the motherland has rightly looked lo  ns to help ourselves. And what is the sum total of what we  have done? Absolutely nothing! And if Liberalism has its  way what will we do towards lightening the empire's burden  of defence in the next decade?    Absolutely nothing!  But Liberalism will not prevail. The self respect of  Canadians demands that Canada do her duty, and she will.  ���������Calgary Herald.  mm*  ������  A visit which ought to mean a lot to the fruit giovvcrsof  this section, is that of R. G. L. Clarke, Chief Dominion Fruit  Inspector for British Columbia, who, with Mr. Fletcher,  Local Iii-apccLor, has spent the best part of a week in this sjc-  ������:^������-     m- ������,, ,h ry r-r  ���������* S\ 1 * 1 f {>������������������*-. ���������' *     t ll f*    ff ro1" *������������ V ������*    11* 111 f*    IIOMf     J������V11ll    I\ -^1 r\ 4-1 * <<  ^^ititijli        L I      V   A I i ^      - ^'' iwll**..'-.        C-iW       ^ *   VJ    ������.    ���������- *   ,-       * mt* *.*i   ^0       *i  \r   *������ -������       *     i * i i.     i 1 *. *i 1   m m * I  Act and pointing   out to tbem the   great advantage they derive therefrom.      Mr. Clark is   an   experienced    grower and  this time to quote from an article in the Spokesman-Review  of August 4th, which states: "In future all American fruit  marketed in Canadian markets must conform in its grading  to the Dominion system. Apples for example, can only be  sold there when graded and lnarkedas No. i, No. 2, or No .3.  It is therefore vitally essential that all associations, in.  dependent shippers and individual growers who intend to send  fruit to the Canadian markets shall conform striclly to the  new regulations.''  Thifc suggests an argument of great / force, viz:If it is  "virtually essential" that the United States shipper should  conform to Dominion regulations, how much more essential  is it that our own Canadian shippers should grade their  goods and pack their fruit according to the regulations which  primarily were designed and enacted foi their express benefit.  The Review proposes to publish the whole article in the  next issue and to deal with it iu its various phases editorially  as it suggests some things which are obviously for the best  interest of the grower and his market.  It wo wero -given credit for trying to  bo good somo of us would silll teivo to  pay caah.  When n mnn Insists lio hns nil tlio  monoy Do wonts Ms frlomln bi-gln to  consider a lunacy coiaiiil.sBluii,  Tho presidential  raco la no beauty  COUtOHt.  Mont mon roRrot that thoy hnvo boon  civilized beyond tho point of talcing  their plo lu their llngeru.  No man in wiro of lilmsolf, which la  porhnpH tho ronnon ho nssui'ls hla opln-  lonu uo poultivuly,  County fnlrn may Rot alone ���������without  Ntoclc, rncoH or iigrlfiiltunil '���������xlillillH.  Hut tbey muM havo piMinuis, (11 fry, a  niiMTV-ro-rnnnil, nn onilm* ntwl <i   n.-i....  knows tins pmticiuai *-.*_ciiun   irom  une cnu t_ tue otner, audi ni,M.|iiiu������. '   "  we are fortunate in   having a   practical man and a man who  .   . , . ., SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINIG BEGU-  can explain and convince others.  The subject matter   of Mr. Clarke's visit   is in   fact the     ��������� :^ _ ^ A__ ���������_,���������._  mOSt important matter that could be brought to the notice Of itl Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  the people in this district and if   we fail to benefit therefrom the Yukon Territory, the North-west  .   .        ,        ,. Territories and in a portion of the Pro-  we have only ourselves to blame.    We are   glad to be able at _���������..,������,    ,.  J vmce of British Columbia, may be leased  for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,5(i0 acres will be leased to  oue applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent of the district in which  the rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  bo described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveyed  territory tho tmefc applied for shall be  staked out by tlio applicant himsolf.  Each application must bo accompanied  by a feo of liJG which will bo refunded if  fcho rigbtH applied for are not avnilablo  but not otborwiHo. A royalty shall bo  paid on the merchantable output of the  mine at tbo ruto of Uvo oontu por ton.  Tho peiHon opurntiug tho miuo shall  furnlHli tlio Agent with fkvoiii roturna  neooniitlng for tbo full truuutiti'F of nier-  ohiuitnblo coal iniuod and pav tho royally ihon* in. If the ooal mining riglita  aro not lining opm-ated, a oh returuH  should bo fnrnlHlioil at least, onco a year  The leiiao will Ineludo tho ooal mining rlglita only, but tho Icshoo may bo  permittee! to purchuso whatever avail-  abki Burl'iuio righla may bo considered  necoaiinvy for the working of tho miuo  iit'< the rate of $10 an aoro.  .For full iu I'unuiilloii npplioallon should  be iniiije to the Suiu'iitury of tho Depiut-  niiuit. of the Inrorlor, Ottawa, or to any  Agouti or Sub-A gont of Dominion IjiukIb  W. W. CORY,  Deputy lUiniHtor of thi. Interior  N. 11.���������Unaiitlierized publication of  ������������������liir������ mivi-i'i'iit'iii-i'ii. will nor. Iiii junii tor.  COMPLETE  Animal   Fertilizers  ARE  BSS/f^SU.'S^m*' S_*-_T  ��������� Mass   i  'i^a^^^E^miasAiwmi^^^^smi.'i,  i  Tho tolo*rraph will  roach your man quickly.  If you aro ouro Juot  whoro ho io tho tolophono will do It quicker.  | hiui if Ix it* koou hoip you  want and do not know  Juat whoro to -find It. our  Want Ad������. aro quicker  ���������fl-tr-nt- rilfhiir,  I    _  Sow Burns'Fertilizers  And Reap Dollars.  Call or send for our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  Limited  CRESTON  P. BURNS & Go.  B.C.  Head Office  |  CALGARY;  VANCOU  j     ER;    EDMONTO  -4.lr.i-l t-W I* H    m,    Um.\*t4*  I    I  -t1  M������im*'   men   r-uri't   help   being   wentl-  nii'iitai ivhi'ii lln'i  -.������������������������������ ii |inMl,v woiniiii  With     11     flllir     ll.lll-l.il     I'lm-l..-      ni/l     .������.|\r.r������  ���������li������ la n widow (lu-lr HiiIhIi In In Nlirlir.  OVER 03 YEARS'  exp-.niE.NCE.  TriADE Marks  ^    DuaiQNa  Cor*vniQHTa Ao.  Aiiyoiui hiiiiiIIiii) n rUolnh nml rtdnorlnllnn mny  ruilfllcly luitiortiihi our i|i|niiin froo i/liiillinr nn  uviiiiMoil In liiiiliiibly ),iil(i|iliiliiii.   'roiniiiuiilnn.  uiii l froo. lllilmit iiiioiuiy 'iiiNiniiuiiur ihiKuiih.  I'nliilllH llllllill   llirnili.il   Mmm   Hi  C.i   rnnril^n  mitr-uu viitwf, we Hour, oiifiriro, lu tlio  $C-!i5ifSc JMericaiL.  \   liiinilriiiiiiitly lllimlnilnil -iyi>nkly.     ]jimi>i<t  cilr-  .'���������lllllllllll   III    llliy    H'iullt 111(1    1'KHIII.I.      '1.1,ml    for  Cuiiiiilii, Kit Ifl a yinr, ; ii.,iri|,.i i>ti*p-i1.I.    r,ni,t l>y  ill liiHViulrali'iu.  KNIIIIM n ft ...     .      r.������   ..ir.t  llrnnnTl (Itlloii. (������������������A If HI . Wn.li|.>"������.,T.  l> 7'    *  iiriiiiiii-i'^iiW  .ii, l������t���������.'Sii  ���������____���������  'M,tin.t,ia,Yi".ti,i;���������7ri-.m,i  ii>b.li4l������i������Sl^iaffilTHmilBffyi^ailiat44HflJBtl������44{l������HWm^^ ���������������������������:'"     ���������'������������������������������������������������������. titi;;;-X;--;.w.^^/0f^ifti^^SWmWi  :���������'���������'.'������������������'^;-:.i -������,r''5S-^������'a*;S������____  /P  THE    CBESTON    REVIEW,    CBESTON.    B...0  nn on strictly up-to-date  lines. Unexcelled seivice in  all departments. Kitchen  staff (including cook) all  white ladies. Every comfort  and attention given to guests  The bar is s upplied with  only the best brand of goods.  Porters Meet Trains  I    j     Wm A HERON, MANAGER  mf        V  A vA/ill  AIIr**\A/  V   V   III     f     ll I w v ~-  iscount for Eac  seription or  RW  S_D  I l-OI ICWcl  a**8**- j#^^%   A   B  a  ������  IF ITS  m  m  vnn w  i  ^MjW^sW'iTOWWAW  Creston  s<3r*-*  SOWING HiS WILD OATS  REAPING A HARVEST OF SORROW  How many young men  can look back on their  early life and regret their  niiadeeilfi. "Sowing their  wild oats'' In various wnya.  Excesses, violation of nature's lawa, "wine, women  and Bong''���������all have their  vlutiiu'������. V|ou have reformed but what about the  need you have fiowu���������what  nl unit the harvest? Don't  truat to luck. If you are  ot preaent within the  clutches of any secret habit  ���������which ia napping your life  by degrees; if you are suf-  feiing from the rcaullt* uf  Enat hidi-'crctioiis; if your  lood lint) been tainted from  any private diaense nnd you  dare not marry; If yon are married and live in dread of aymptoinB breaking  out and exposing your punt; if you arc *iiiifciiii_ na the result uf .1 uii.sbpeiil  lift���������DRS. K. &. K. ARE YOUR REFUGE. Ivay your enne; before,  them confidentially und they will tell you honestly if you are curable,  YOU CAN PAY WHEN CURED  Wa Treftft and Cur������������ VARICOSE VEINS, NERVOUS DEBILITY,  BLOOD And URINARY COMPLAINTS, KIDNEY anil BLADDER DU-  ������*������������������������ and all Dlaotue-* Peculiar to Men.  CONSULTATION FREE,   [taolci Vtim tm Dlaemat ������f M������n.   If unriMu l������ call, wrltft  for BQi.o.iionninnUfor   IKOH-IIB   VIIM AT* IK NX .  ^yi   ^^^^^^^^ ^^ r*   ���������ma |jbj |flft^W*tt_-  JSSSf  17. Hose, Laura Farm Dairying.  IS. Stoddni-d, IT. TI. New Egg-fann  1.0. Valentine, (.'. S. How to Keep lions  Following iti the list of books in   the] for Profit.  ti-'virniiu'tit ci'reulat ing library, wliicli |_o. Yendi's, L. C, nnd   Brown, "NY. V.  luiH   rei-ently   been   exchanged.      A | r*'i*.tertainiiiont.s   for   livery   Oc-  glatieo at the list will convince you of j ension.  the wide aeiipn of the subjects nml the  high quality of the seleetions.-  PniMiweuMiv 4VNI) Ktmm*.-*.  1. Di-umniniid, Henry,  Ano������'iil of Man,  2. Spi-ei-, II. R     Marks nl' 11 Mnn.  Social Si-ii<jn������. 10.  IjITKIIATUHIS.  21. Carlylo, Thomas. Past iind Present".  22. Ctiinnoek, 11. AI., Ciiinnoek'H School  Speakei'.  23. lilliliiitfc, M. 1., Hero-myths and Lo-  geiulH of the Ihilinh Itace.  3. .Itourinot, Sii- ,1. (������,  (iovoriiod.  -I. Russell, O. V, , Wltv linn a Socialist J25. Stories IVoin t lioTlioiisniiil and Om  Mow Canada ill 21. Kliot,   Ci. \V. oil.   Modern   English 1  ! Drama.  30. Atable.H. W. ed. Fairy Tales Every  Child Should Know.  37. Legends Every Child Should Know.  38. Oxley, .7. M. Boy Tramps.  J>0. Strange, Herbert. One of the dive's  j Hei-oes.  -10. Tappan,   E. M.  In  the Days of Al-  i fred the Great.  1 1  41. Welsh, Fairy Tales  Children Love.  Fiction,  12. Audoux, Marguerite, Marie-Claire.  43. Balzac, Honore  de   Father Groriot.  '44. Barrie, _. M. A Window in Thrums  45. Buckingham and Chandos, Duchess  of Penvala of  the Black Watch.  4(5. Chambers, H. W.  Adventures of a  Aiodest Man.  47. Deeping, Warwick. Lame Englishman.  48. Dickens, Pickwick Papers Vol.-1  49. *������ " " " 2  50. Donworth, Grace. Letters of Jennie  Allen.  51. Eliot, George.  Mill on the Floss.  52. Freeman. The Butterfly House.  53. Gaskell, Mrs. E. C. Cranford,  54. Grayson, . David,   Adventures   in  Contentment.  55. Hardy, Thomas. Under  the Greenwood Tree.  56. Jacobs, W. W. Salthaven.  57. Jerome, J. K.   Idle Thoughts of an  I Idle Feiiow.  ' 58, Lancaster, G. B. Jim of the Ranges  59, Leblanc.   The Crystal Stopper.  ' 60, Mallock, W. H.  Human Document  61 Norris.  The Perjurer.  62. Page, T. N. Rod Rock.  '(13, Parker, Sir Gilbert. Cumnev's Son.  01 Parrish, Randall. Keith of the Border  ',05 Ray,    A. C. By   the   Good   Sainte  Anne.  015. Richmond.' G. S.  Round  the   Corner in Gay Street.  07. Sehoek, Geo.,   Hc.ii-ts Contending, j  OS. Scott, Sir Walter. Kenilworth.  OS). Smith, F. II. Forty   Minutes Lale.  r^   J7u. Smith, F, H. Enchanted Ground.  |71. Thurston,  E. T.  Oity of Beautiful  I Nonsense.  72. Van Dyke. Henry. Blue Flower.  iii. Wells, II. G. Hirtory of Mr. Polly.  71. Wis ter, Owen. Virginian,  75, Wright, Peter. Three-foot Stool  DlOHCHll-TION jVND TliAVKI.  7(i, Butler, Sir W. F. Great Lone Land  77. Collier, Pi-ice   West in the East.  78. Deai-iner,   Percy.    Highways   and  Pywnys in "Normandy.  70. Elliington, lil. W. Canada tho Land J  of Hope,  80. Gale.   Korean Sketches.  Kl. Murphy, T. I).  In   unfamiliar England.  Biofm.W'iiY  82.   Dickens,   Shore,   \V. T,     Charles  Diekens nnd His I-Ylends.  H3 Edward V!l    Holt-White, W. The  &&%?& your Piano hy ~  B      s���������   an    expert  b.bh~ T������iS3������ngB  J.A.P.  CROMPTON  I WORK GUARANTEED. ALL I  \ INDS OP REPAIRS.       DROP A      j  I POSTAL AND  I'LL  CALL I  Saddle and .  BJt mm mm mm mm mm mm ffSin. mm. mm m mm. Smm ._.  narnespimm    Mmasiazaaa-aaaaM  a SPECIALTY  Dealer in   high    class  boots and siioes.  SPOKANE 5S-& PAIR  SEPT. IS TO 21 1913 ������==*  URS.irl_.NN-.yY firKHNNttlT  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griuwold St., Detroit, Mich.  BM_BT**NOTICE   AU lettera from Canada muat be ndilrcHaed to our  Wmaam mm. ��������������� <-���������-,....*'.,-.    r*r..-,   <.~..������������������,1,;..:..1^.-..-.. I.,    : ..   Ilf. ,. .1. ,..  19 Out. If vou desire lo Nee iifi personally* call at our 'jMcdiral Iiihtitule In  DetroiL ua we nee und treat no potiontc. in our Wind.ior ollicca wliicli nre  used for correspondence nnd Laboratory for Canadian biiaiueuu only,  Addreo* all lettera ao followa:  DRS. KENNEDY Sk K.ENiN_DY, Wind.or, OuU  <Wrlle for our prtvatc adilrenH,  Natimim. .Scii'.Ni!i-:,  B. JU!I.  Kii-It. S.,  .Sliii'-liuul  O.lliilleu. F, T. (hvafuiv ol'lhe Sea..  7. C;lui|iiuiiM, I'laiik. liinMiU-,  8. Mi rwiii, II.C.   I'nigs and Men.  0.   Morley, M. W.   F.'o.veis   and Theii  FH'muIh.  10. Parsons, l<\ T  According to Season  UhKI-'IM. Ali'l'H  11, neiinet*!,    |. I).  Vegetable (wird-n.  !2. ���������,.^*���������.!���������,-     ?'!n,:,v,':::.   !*���������''.!������������������-.���������-.'.' : ':'* ' "H'-r  Wnliiig.  13, VU 'ehiT, H.   AV. How   lo   Make an  li'i'iiil, Gai-den.  It    Hill    I    M      Prwli-i!   ������',,,! In..'   .mil  "-'(..'Of |..'  15. .lohnsiiti, S   VV.   How  Crops (irow.  III. Powell, E,   p. How  lo Live  in  the  Country.  Nights.  2(1. Kipling, Kiulyard.   Five Nations.  27. Longl'ellows, II, W. Poetical works  28. lJln-l|iN.   W. L.   Essay on   jModern  Novelists.  r^!0. Steveiiaon, lt, L., Virgin!huh Puei--  isr|iie,  .TUVKNlt.K  30. AltrrtludiM*. Last of the Chiefs.  31. I Wild, D. i\ li'ield and Forest Unii-  d.v l.wok.  32. ltea.nl, L. and A. It. Ucercntinusfor  (iiils.  3.3. Coiinrii-,  Rnljih.   (Ileiigin-y   Nehool-  PeoploV. King.  I 81. Gwyn (.'iiniiinghani,   Peter.   Story  ol' Noll Gwyu.  8."). Maids and Matrons of New li'i-nnee  Pepper, Al, H.  m. Mii|������cliwin.   WluwdiM-, l\.V. P. Story  ol Napoleon.  llis'roiiv  87. Boiirinot, Sti-,1. G.   Canada ( Story  of lho Nations.)  88. Collin,'I. I). South Al'riea (Hoinance  of Empire.)  80. (JriOls, VV. E. China's Story,  00. Preseott, W. II.   Coni|iirHt of Alex-  i ro?  ���������il   If.  .In  my.  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I_lcctric Restorer tor Men i \m*fM ~.MI\Mmm\  l>hnqril?niinl rn-itoruii nvory iicrvn in tun nmiy  i iiuaiiiiuiiui^ iln Iir()p(,r t(!l,N|1)n ; nsHlnri;*  vim uml vitality. I'raiiiiitiiro ili-i mv aii't "II hoviiiiI  s.'ii.iknciir. nvctlL-il at onr*. l'lioiplionol will  .���������il.e v'in ii ti.vv tu;m. IM1.1! i'lj h'lV.ni'l������'ri f ��������� ��������� r*  )i*. ivl;iil-*il In nny iiddrrn:*. t*li������ H<jol>������U I'tiltf  '.'.'.'., fit. Ottthftrtus*, Onl,  ���������vl-;Vj"'-i?.!slHI  s^mm  iH-iti������?i:*r:*i*j-������m*������HWw������w������i������*'-.ni  h-������-j i nm 11 itHMtt m*t w  mm  HmtmMtmmtMxmww'Wau  _-b^������a>rttt,^...j|>..i^i..li.,.i.itf,t.iiM_i,iii4..J,������ii4..��������� JMi*lHr*-ftl*llrhfii-*"������ ff^f^^ms1^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  THEREVIEW. CRESTON B. C-,  ':-.:.   -.-..-. Why Clocks Stpp  The reason why mane lpiece, clocks,  ao orten get cut of order is so obvious  that it is . ange that attention to it  J45.S npi uccu ui*w.wii utjfore. **. CiOCjv-  xnaUer Bald:  It is because mantelpieces are rarely Itvel. If a clock meant for a  mantelpiece is not placed In an exactly horizontal position it is suro to go  wrong. When the clock, gains or  loses because of its slanting.position,  people regularly move the hands forward or backward, as tbe caso may  be. ii. order to adjust it. Eventually,  the clock's hands are moved about so  much that the mechanism gets out. of  order, and the clock refuse.*.'' even to  tic!-:.  Watches and travelling clocks are  constructed differently from the stationary clock, and they wii. go in any  position. That Is why they are relied upon more than the ornamental  mantelpiece clock.  DIMENSiONS APPAL  New York's New $6,000,000 Post Office  is Modern Wonder  New York's new $6,000,000 post office building, a massive pile of pink  granite five storeys in height and two  blocks long, facing the rear of the  Pennsylvania station, is the greatest  buiid.'ng of its kind in ths world.  The curb to the topmost p*ece of  granite is 101 feet. There aro 1654-  000 cubic feet of granite, 18,000 tons  of steel, 7r000,000 bricks, and 200,000  square feet ol glass in the building.  The main corridor, corresponding in  length to the outside colonnade, is a  combination of buff marble, white  piaster and glass, two storeys high.  29 feet wide. ..nd 280 feet long. There  are 400,000 square feet of working  space within the building.  Expert Advice  Every man ought to save up enough  to buy himself a good, big farm, said  Mysteries of Antiquities  .Wais., there'nt, one "time a; large. Island-'iii' tlio?Atlantic* .Ocean between  the United ���������' States and- Europe which  ���������3,5 now ent4re������.y .uisappe&reu unuer  the sea? Pluetreh about 100 A.D.  In .his life of ..Solon," who lived 600  years, BjC", relates, that when. Solon  the greait,la\y giver of the. Greeks, was  in. Egypt he learned; froin the priest  of Sais' the btory of Atlantis? which  Plato.gives us in his Timaeus.  Abridged, the priest of Sais says .to  Solon: Among the great days of Athens is one .that should, be placed.before all others. Our record tells us  that the. Athenians destroyed an army  that came across the sea ami invaded  Europe and Asia, for this (the Atlantic) was then navigable and beyond  the strait where you placed the pillars oJ Hercules (Straits of Gibraltar)  there was an island larger than Lybia  and Asia Minor combined. From this  island one could pass to other islands  and from this to the continent lying  around the interior (Mediterranean  sea).  One fatal day and night there came  a mighty earthquake and inundation  which engulfed the island. Atlantis  disappeared beneath the ������ea. Other  classic writers describe the island or  continent of Atlantis as containing  mountains and pleasant valleys and  streams and cities adorned with  stately buildings.  Is all this story as told by Plato  merely a. fable? It is impossible to  decide how far this legend is due to  Plato's Invention and hov/ far it is  base_ on facts of which no record  remains. Medieval     writers,     for  whom the tale was preserved by Arabian geographers, believed it true, and  were fortified ia the belief by numerous traditions of islands in the western sea which offered various points  of resemblance of Atlantis.  The very ancient writers warmly  adopted various theories regarding the  incident of the disappearance. With  1 be decline of tho Platonic school of  Vour fuel bills wm oe/ourerana yoirii^  get mors heat, evenly distributed all <D?er the  house/ if ysu''install a McCIarp Sunshine Fahiace.  *������������e Sunshine papsfor iisetfln a very few years  by the saving it effects. Call on. the McClary dealer  or write our nearest Branch for full information  ���������-   A Good Remedy  Aviator���������Yes, lt took me about six  month's hard work learning to operate this aeroplane.  Miss Sweetums���������And wbat havo you  got for your pains?  Aviator���������Arnica -  1 Alexandria, even the name of Atlantis  Yes, replied Farmer Corntossel. and ��������� dropped out of literature and was not  i heard during the middle ages. After  Ithe U^naissance. with its renewal of  ! interest in Platonic studies, numerous  : attempts were made to rationalize the  myth of Atlantis. The island was  ; variously    identified     wiih    America,  Scandinavia, the Canaries, and even  i Palestine; and ae,ain in the seven-  : teenth and eighteenth centuries the  ' credibility   of   the   whole   legend   was  s'riously uebatg-d. and sometimes even  Buft'on    and  then do something else with the mon  ey.    Miller's Worm Powders ;re a pleasant m.dicii.e for worm-infested children, and they will take it without  objection. When directions are followed it will not injure the mo3t delicate child, us there is nothing of sn  injurious nature in its composition.  They  will  speedily  rir?    a    child    of  worms and  restore the health of the . a_,,������������������.���������.,������������������ ?i'  by Montaigne.  little sufferers whose vitality has be-   Voitr.'re.  come impaired by the attacks ot these  internal pe3ts.  That Atlantis, a large island between  Europe and America, might bave ex-  ���������   ���������      a J        .4;     .-������������������ ���������...5 1......:..^.       ,.������.*...  ISl^il    diiiA    ui^a p peat oc*.     icanug    uai,  remnants of islands, to many miuds  was ioo evident to escape notice, and  so the controversy was renewed and  engaged   some   of   the   most   learned  The elderly matron with the bundles, who was journeying to a point  in Wisconsin and occupied a seat near  the middle of the car, had fallen  asleep. On the seat in froiYc ot her  sat a little boy. The br������kaman  opened the door of the car enr" called  out the name of the station tha trala  was approaching. The 'elderly lady  roused herself with a jerk and inquired hurriedly of tha boy: Wli-x-a are  wo. Bobby?  I don't know, grandma, answered  the little boj .  T"\|,J.*������*     XX. ~. li.<nV.r>.Art anl0 jarvm/x.  VlUlt   4.      XIXXT l'.u��������� ulw-i. ������v.j *������w*^.������-  thing just now?  No. be just stuck his head inside the  door and sneezed.  Help me with these things. Bobbyf  she exclaimed, she exclaimed, hurriedly. This Is Oshkosh. It's where we  r-' off.  Soriefetg  minds o? the vorld.  The editor of a great magazine sent  tor a certain author who had submitted an unsolicited manuscript.  1 am glad to makt- your cqua'tL.t-  anee. sir, said the editor, enthusiastically The story- . ->u sent us is; Abbe Brassear de Bourbons, the  /perfectly splendid. But why use a; most eminent decipherer o_ Mexican  nom de plume? Let us publish it i records, asserted that he had found  over your own name aud it will make ; iu Atlantis the ethnography of Ameri-  7011  famou;. jeans.    He finds the Toltecs to be des-  I'm  not  after  fame,    objected    the   cendants   of   the   panic-stricken   fugi-  fame.    objected  author.       It's  money  I  want.  But you'll get just as much money  hi either c .se.  No.  I   won't.    If  1   publish   it  over i  tives of the great catastrophe which  is recorded by them as well as������by the  Egyptians.  But   the   most   learned   treatise   in  tfiy own  r.ame  inoney.  my   wife  will  get the   favor   of   Atlantis   has   been   by   M.  I Paul  Gaifarel.   which   was   p-ublished    I in  1860  and 1880.      He utilized the  j deep-sea surrouudings and found a  ridge running down the middle of the  Atlantic, pertaining toward the Azores, the depth of the water over the  ridge being less than one thousand  fathoms, while the valleys on either  side averaged three thousand.  Mr. Gaffarel, and other enthusiasts  go so far as to say that science will  yet enable men to recover some Atlan-  tean evidence from the submerged cities of Atlantis that will for ever close  the discussion.  Minard's Liniment Co.. Limited.  Dear Sirs,���������This fall I got thrown  on a fence and hurt my cheat very  ���������sad, so I could not. work nnd It hurt  Hie to breathe. I tried all kinds of  Liniments and they did mo no good  One bottlo of MINARD'S IjINI-  MENT. warmed on flannels and applied on my breast, cured mo completely.  C.   If.   COSSABOOM.  Ross way, Dlgb>   Co., N.S.  Mrs. Jlpes (looking at proofs of her  latest photograph)���������1 won't stand for  any such portrait as that!  Mr. Jlpea���������O, I think I would; you  -at for It.  I see llicy'ie Invented another automatic machine that lakes the place  of a ma.n, remarked Miss Pepper. But  they'll never Invent a machine that  could  take the place or a  woman.  Oh, 1 don't know, replleii Knox,  there's  the  pin nograph.  At the first meal on board the  ocean liner Smythe was beginning to  feel like casting hia bread upon tho  waters. Ills friends had told him  that when he began to feel that way  he ahould stuff himself. He tackled  a cutlet flrsr, but it didn't taste right.  He observed to the waller: Walter,  this outlet Isn't very good.  Tho waiter looked at his whitening  face, then replied: Yes, sir, but for  the length of time you'll "avo It, sir,  it won't matter, sir.  TriE SECRe-i OF  GOOD HEALTH  Keep the   Blood Rich  and  Pure  with Dr. Williams' Pink Pill*  The  condition of the  blood  makes  all the difference between health and  sickness.      Impure blood and strong  healthv nerves and muscles never go  together.      If the blood is thin every  part of the body becomes weak. The  stor. ich fails lu strength and the appetite becomes poor.    The body does  not obtain enough nourishment from  the food, and soon the nerves begm  to complain and the person becomes  irritable,   despondent,   woru   out   and  nervous.      For a time there may be  no  actual sickness, only  a run-down  weak condition, but there is    no   defence against disease and from such 1  a condition spring disorders such as  anaemia,      rheumatism,    indigestion,  neuralgia,  and  even paralysis  itself.  People    with    impure,    thin    blood  should take Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills  for Pale People.      Every dose helps  to make new, rich   blood,   and   new  blood means    health    and    strength.  They stop the progress of disease, and  red      cheeks,    good    appetite,    new  strength, declare the general improvement in the health.      Here is an example.       Miss  Ellen   Maude   McQuo-  daie,   Harriston,   Ont.,   says:   "I  feel  it my  duty t > add my voice to the  many new recommending    Dr.    Williams' Pink Pills.    For years I was  a sufferer with   backaches,    rheumatism and nervousness.    I was so bad  at times that I was confined to my  bed.      I felt sleepy and heavy after  my meals, and had flashes of light before my eyes, and a difficulty in collecting  my   thoughts.       After  using  several remedies without benefit I began  using  Dr.   Williams'  Pink  Pills  and used ten or twelve boxe* in all.  They gave me the best health I have  enjoyed  for years,  and  I have  not  since   had   tho   least   return   of   the  trouble."  You can get those Pills from any  dealer in medicine or by mall at 60  cents, a box or six boxes for $2.50  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockvllle, Ont.  WHETHER for & *_o, a rasfe*  house, or a million bushel grain  elevator, concrete is the moot  economical building material in use So-  day.  Concrete neve* requires -repairs, and  the saving in repair-expense alone  makes the greater economy ot using  concrete more apparent every day.  Tha cos* ot" ������th _r building materials ts  constantly increasing.  The cost o? concrete is bein������* reduced:  Canada Cement  which Canadian farmers use, with their own sand, stone and gravel to male  concrete, is the only ingredient you have to buy.  We have, by reason of our large output and scientific methods, been able to  bring the price of "Canada" Cement so low that it is within the reach oS  everyone.  An increase in demand results in a greater economy of production, and when  conditions have warranted it, we have, from time to  time, shared this saving -with the consumer by reducing the price of Canada Cement. This demand will  continue to increase���������as fast as farmers learn of concrete's superiority over other materials.  When you buy cement, see that you get '"Canada"  Cement; by so doing you will assure the complete  success of all your concrete work.  Send a post card for our book "What the Farmer  Can do With Concrete."    It Is free.  Then U a Cana-* Cement dealer la four _cig_bor_ooJ.  If this label is not oa  every bag it is not*  Canada Cement.  Co._i_.iia Cesaent s_-o  tt -������-������*mimp WS'ST  s-trnsraxfi  n/iAiti'i-AAi  ���������amBm-  His New Mark of Favor  Barrio is a baronet���������  Great Sir Peter Pan���������  Any honor Jim may get  Cannot spoil the man.  Barrie is a baronet���������  Sure, it serves him right;  Hats off to tho man we've never met,  Never to ihe knight.  ���������Cleveland  Plain  Dealer  Several years uro when the Unlver-  _liy of Chicago held lis iloceiiulul eel-  obral'on Join D. Rockefeller wa Its  guest for several days. A bewildering succoasloi. of function:, followed  one another In such quick succession  that onch affair was from one to four  hours  late.  At i.h-9 great banquet on tho closing  day Mr. liockfeller In hla after dinner  speech told the following story:  I have felt for the past twenty-four  hours llko the Boston business man  who lived lu the suburbs and camo  in to his ofllee every day. Ono winter afternoon he took the train for  lila home, but a tprrlfle snowstorm  was rn wring, n::d about half way to hla  suburb the train was snowed up. AU  nigh* lhe passion "'fV'-, wero Imprisoned  but early ln tho morning thc-y managed to reach a nearby telegraph station, and tho Boa ton man sent tho following despatch to hl*i ofllco:  Will   not   be   In   tin*   .illlco   today.  Have  not go'  home yesterday yet.  Tourist���������My physician advises me  to locate where I may have the benefit of the 30uth wiud. Does it blow  here?  Laudlord���������My! But you are fortunate ln coming to just the ri^ht place!  Why, the st uth wind always blows  here.  Tourist���������Always? Why, It seems  to me to be blowing from die north  now.  Landlord���������Oh. It may be coming  from that direction but it's the south  wind. It's just coming back, ycu  know.  POISONOUS MATCHES ARE PASSING AWAY  Dangerous chemicals are not used in tip*  ping EDDY'S Ses-qui Safe Light matches.  Sec that you get EDDY'S and    no    other  ittm.mm*.  JU3C  ���������m*������ IJWVU   ���������  TAGS  FIR WILD BIRDS  To Speak ������">n Irrigation  The arrangements for the annual  meeting ot the Western Canada Irrigation Association at Lethbridge,  August G. C and 7 are fast nearlng  completion, and the indications point  to one of the largest attendances and  most educational sessions this organization has ever held. Invitations  have heen r.ent to the most representative men In agricultural develop*  ment ln Canada and the United  States, and acceptances have been received from a large number thuo  oarly. The Premiers, Mlnlstors of  Agriculture nnd Deputy Ministers of  Agriculture of each of tho westom  Provinces huvo boon extended invitations to participate, and nearly  every one or them, it Is anticipated,  will lo present.  It la helloved that tho representation from British Columbia will be  one of the best ever, and lt Is hoped  tlmt Sir nichnrd MeBrlde, tho premier, will head it. Invitations havo  boon neeepted by Hon. Priori Allison,  in In 1st or of flnaner. nnd nrcrlculture,  and Hon. W. It. Roan, minister of  landa.  Saakiilclnr-wiui will probably bo re-  proBenteil by Hon. Walter Scott,  l'rf-nilor, TTon W. R. MotliorwMl,  minister of agriculture and others.  , n h      ,,,t .  Si-nlro Kllbunker���������Can you boo nny  good In lettli.i' your boy go Into all  them Ramefl ������u' uporta In college?  Mr. Hood miller���������Yopj I wear all hlu  bnaobnll an' tennis clothes for under*  weur.  No m-ittrr ho-:- ooiled tlii-j' nr**.  C.rrari**, Ink nnd till /Mh'T Main**  com- off vviili Simp, Leaves iho  lino'li ������(>{t and ���������white.    Antbtrptlc.  B  I  0 f r   nriM'/'C  mm * m fi^mmm * mm   * ...,.mn  "��������� 1 t*  PbotoKraphrrn now roer-lvo light  vr.ry r*!m!!ar to t.tnt *hr***u',*h '���������"* 'rn-  illtlonal atrdl.i ikyllKht by vapor tubn  '���������p.f-rh- Iriinpr Illicit with rnrboii dioxide ot .ncrtury vapor,  It wan a iiHii-iilnn In n iiiImikiIIiiiicoiih  1......     ...,,1   f...    li    .......   I r.'.r.i IIwmI 1    |������nu||  lilinnl   ������������������ limit-.'1   niul   yon   w'.ll   UK   your  How American Bird Bandlnj Association  Studies  Migration  To extend scientific knowledge of  bird habits by means of records made  by I'.udents and accurate observers.  the American Bird Banding Association,  has boen organized with head-quartern at the American Museum of Natural History. Durh ��������� the last year moro  than eight hundred wild birds have  been banded with an aluminum ring  that la adjusted loosely eo no to cause  no Injury or lnconvenlonco to tho  birds.  On the ring appoars tho words: Notify tho Amorlcan Musoum, Now York,  and a card ln tho filed rocorda of tho  museum Blve3 tho species ot the bird,  tho date, tho place and circumstance  of banding. It ia hoped by thia Byn-  torn to lenrn tho distance birds travel t������ migration, their doflnlto routoo,  and Information regarding thol: wlntor  quiii-turu. A long period of tlmo la  required to obtain rosults ot value.  Qreon McCurtaln, onco chief ot tho  Chootawa, had a. vory high opinion of  tho bufllnesc antutoncfin of whlto men.  No Itidlau can got tho bettor ot a  pnlo face, Chief McCurtaln Bald to  a OuthrJo reporter durlnir tlio rooent  Oklahoma Jnvcatlgatlon, And when  two palc-fnccs gf*-* bargain!!*.it together, then it in llko cuttiiiK diamonds  with diamonds, Two Oklahoma pale*  facou onco hunted In my camp. Thoy  apent tho ovonlng with >no tintl ovor  tho firo and tho tlrowatcr thoy began  to barter und irafllo and 1o mako cleala  nnd dlokorn.     Finally BUI hiild:  Ham, lot'B trado hoi-oca���������my bay for  yo*ir roan,  jt'H a go, 8am arKocd, Tho trado'n  ;; gn,      Ehtdre on U, jv-irlner.  Thoy ulioolc lunula, Then Bill mild  with 11 loud laurrh'  Ham, I've bciilcd yo U1I1 Um?. My  Iioim la ilea*..    DU'd ypatonluy,  Ho'n mino dead, uuUl Ham, Dim!  ������n.4 ,v\4M-r������ltiii* And wIimI'h iiiim--* *l'n������  look hla ohocfi ou\  The OH for the Farmer.���������A bottla  of Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil in the  farm house will save many a journey  for the doctor. It Is not on!/ good  for the children when taken with colds  and croup, and for the mature who  Buffer from pains and aches, but there  are directions for its use oa sick cattle. There should always bu- a bottlo of It in the house.  Your  Dealer  Has Them  Safety���������In Its completa sense���������Is absolutely guaranteed, but you must ask for  EDDY'S  new  mm  Ses-qui5*  Matches  DiscuEslng a customs difficulty, Mr.-  Loeb, collector ot customs for the  port of New York, said:  If ours weren't anch a big nnd Important country I suppose eome tourist would treat us as the Yankee au-  tomobollat treated  Montenegro.  This nutomoblllst. after a wrangle  with tho customs officers on tho Montenegro frontier, shouted:  Here, shut up tho trunkal Put 'om  back on the car againt I'll not go  through you at all! You're no country l You're only n spot. I -don't  mind losing 10 or 12 minutes to go  around you.  You aro an honest boy, uald tho  lady ao oho opened the roll ot five  one dollar bills, but Um money I loot  was a flvo dollar bill. Didn't you see  that   !n   th**  ndvcrtlBbmonc?  Yonslm, i-opllr-d tho boy. Tt wan n  flvo dollar bill that I found, but 1 had  It changed so that you could pay mo  a reward.  More Treasures Leave England  Ono ot Uio best preserved masterpieces of Elizabethan interior decoration in England Is doomed to be dismantled in order to adorn the mansion  of some American magnate.    A West  End firm has acquired, lock, stock and  barrel, tho Elizabethan building, wttn  its Queen Anne additions, known aa  Rotherwas, tlio scat of tho Bodonham  family, situated about two s.nd a half  miles  from  Hereford.    The mansion  had _ea_en3_il in unbroken line from !  Georgo Bodenham, who lived In the  reign ot Henry 1, lo Count Lublen-  skl Bodei'liaro, who died    last year.  The  superb  paucllag ��������� Elizabethan,  Jacobean and Queen Anne���������ot thirteen  of tho apartments Is now tc be taken  to Now York.   Rotherwas 13 mentlon-  od ln Domesday Book.  Bright Kind        ���������  M-s. RaleB���������-Mrs. Ranleo Is the  smartest woman In this town.  Husband���������Kxplalo why.  Mm. Rales���������She knows all the  neighbors' telephone nuraborc.  Sho (otter tho quarrol)���������-Leavo my  presenceI  Ho (confusodly)���������Wliy���������er���������you'ro  got thom all!  Whon Woman Reado  Honry, it tayo here thnt.M;*. .Tnclc*  eon poltod tho pill for throo sacks.  What does lt menu?  Good heavctio, Mary, can"; you un-  dcrctand plain llnRllah? Tt rot*n.rt.--  that ho sluKgoA tho sphere .info and  landed on tho third pillow.        maajmirnmmmssmmvmimmmm. mm^mmmmmmt \  ���������  .   Another  Way  Why are you bo anxious to to 0:1  tho stage?  I wlnh to got a rich husband.  Things will bo dull In lho theatrical bUBlnoss for nnvorul ino:������thB, letter go Into tlio nianlcuro bualuosa,  k'u11_.  All the Difference  The cort of sentiment which tho  French system of marriages de convenience, or In plain English, of mar-**  rlage for money produces is well Illustrated by a story which, a French  paper tells.  Marie, a y^mg lady, announces to  her parents that ehe has ac ..ipted tha  hand ot Monsieur X.  Child, you are crazy! exclaixnis  Marie's mother.  But why mnma?  Young X will have no meney for  many yoara, because It all belongs tor  his grandfather and after that comes  hla father, aud you will be old hefora  you get tho property.  But. md-rt���������  No" buts -.boat It���������yoa are a haul  and uadtttifnl child I  But, mama. It ts tho grandfatheir  wlionrn I've accepted!  Tho _m_������Mfctl_sr! Ok you littr*  angel I  A Manly Man  Doesn't It hum 111 ato yon to nave ft������  go through life this way? a*kod t_������  ���������sytrtDathetlc woman _* ubo purdvaswd  a photograph.  Yea, mum. replied tho XTiMtrdiftS  Lady. If It wasn't fbr* tho wlfo and  tho ltlds Td throw up tho "fob to-day*  ^3** )|  In the Spring  0  B  BM***fiM B H -0 W&BHEtt      -9  the Blood is Thin  ..-���������s  lerr:  ���������J������,v.-ion���������Do you know wlmra Uttlo  -w.ri.u. 3Jr  j,em.)' back.  Ou oporilii;*: ll ri    aliow    Ilm    olhar  moi-iilriif   thrty   tnu:\l\   at   Ilm   foot   of boyu *|o to when Ihey ������mu>lio7  Um m������cUlno 1. Hv.iii-Uiiuu lyl'M." t!,ad, \    Jluy    Vcs;   '.V.'  the  t liny  Try Murine  Ey_  Remedy  If you have Hed, Weak, Watery Myeii  or tirAtiulttted Eyelids,   jD-otm't Hmart  01.    ..*...        1*������...       *,���������������������������.. .y^,.���������m\.lm        U.ll  , , ...    ...*    .        f .  ,.        .   .,    ���������    . . ���������-,,<������ ...  Murine ICvo Knmeilv. Liquid. 25o, />0o.  Murlns Wyo Hwlvo In Aaupll-j Tubon,  25c,   50o,     Ityo  Jlooku  l'mo  by  Mall,  An ������y* ������������������������!��������� n**<f far All Kv������������ that Urns* Car*  SSurlo**   Ey* H������m������-���������r  Co..   Chl-~tf������  The body ol nuwi can be Ii"jflut'nc*>_ ���������  in hoallh or dlnoam* only through tho  medium ot two channels���������tho blood  and tho nervoa.  When lho blood la thin and watery,  aa it utmnlly lu In tho nprlng, tho  norvoa aro ntarved and depletod, and  ovory organ In tho human body Is loan  capable oC performing, Um natural  funotlono,  T3.D atlkriii; ol tho lie art "rrs-cns,  breathing hi woftlcer, tho gaatrlc Julcea  ot tho ctomnch flo not flow regularly,  tho liver, kldiuya and bowels nro loaa  notlvo, unit In foot tho whole body  falls an winy victim to d'aoaao.  msmmx  mTmom  XmmPm   M  50 crntn o box, 0 to  tf    m *** mf% ������**���������*������% * mVf*  Dr. Chatic-'a Nervo Flood goes i!f~  rectly to tbe formatfoa ot new, rrch  blood, and on thia account Ls m res to r-  ativo of oxcoptlonal valae. Yon can  scarcely conceive of a treatment bob-  ter aulted as a nprlng tonlo to cnrlclk  Uio watery blood and put new vttn-  vigor and energy into erory part of  tho human body. N  Thero lu no trouble from heuduclioa,(  neuralgia, iiloopleBsnea.i. Irritability,  lic 1 \L/XiiiXm*.**%> Uuu -* -��������� wjVw-^i���������������*-������������������ ?j v/*jCrz ,  tho norvea ara properly nuttriuh*.'i]kwlthi  an abundancr* of pure, rich V-,1 >cd. Th������  Ui������o of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food Im th.*  moat certain mouna of F,e'.tlnjr������, tha  blood  Into perfect condition.  ET%B Jf% mAX\ffjf!%       S_a jffe, rf"t, ^*S  l_ Ml *W ���������   W *-W        M      *%-  ��������� CO, al all dealers, or KdtnaiiBon. Batrs ������ Co.. Liu*  It ell, Toronto.  S5WK..,L������������������fiw  ^arggyateggassgagj1  aaateaa  ,,i,ilililliliWi4li.irt.llWlilllllllMllllllllill4lllllirn,lillllllMlillMlliilllMIIII4wy^w^^  '-nm ���������������������������  ^mmmmxmmmmmmmmwllnilll iilli4r>irtrl)liiii  MWHMil  rW���������>r4illlli)ili BHIIIullllil um9mmm\aa>atmmt  -ffiS&flffi!  .JkAtA'ltyfXm.  WHS  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������ -���������-���������������������������������������������-'��������������������������� ���������-������������������ . --,������?������������������?  Al  a.  6  THE HE VIEW. CRESTON, B. C.  |Sf-������-'' -.-���������_*��������� g a a "^iai'-l  titer could sleep In so warn a. place  as Purgatory is supposed to be, ?oi  ih the still _3Cr^. unreasonable belt  Sermon by ������  CHARLES T/.  RUSSELL  Pastor Bfootiyn  Tabernacle.  Pasadena, Cal., .���������Pasadena  Is favored. Pastor Jftussell was to  have spoken to-day in Los Angeles,  but the beat auditoriums were unavailable. Instead, he spoke this  ���������forenoon at Santa Ana, this afternoon and evening here, giving Friday and Saturday to San Diego and  Los Angeles. Pastor Russell address :d a thoroughly representative  audience. Hia afternoon topic was  "Beyond ihe Grave." His evening  topic we report. His text was,  "God ho loved the world that He  gave His Only Begotten Son, that,  whosoever believe th in Him should  act perish, but have everlasting  life;"-John 3:16.  Forcefully the Pastor pointed out  that once Christian people, even  Bible students, misunderstood this  test ahd read into   it   a conflicting  MOST PREOIQU:  TEXTJM BIBLE  How Diiieren^V It Reads  From What We Once  Suppose  mm *^^���������^^' ^ ������i���������  T   ������i^ "���������I '���������^������������������*������  id.  I-_*������ Wit {���������*?���������) f*.  dishonoring    to  Uod���������read  it .as though it said that God so  loved the world as lo keep them  from perishing, in order that the  few, the saintly Elect, might attain  to glory and look over the battlements of Heaven and see all the'  remainder���������Jews, heathen and the  masse? of Christendom���������writhing in  torment to  all    eternity���������unable    to  wondered that they could bow before  such hideous, awkward, vicious-  looking images. Then the thought  came to him, that these poor heathen had formulated their gods of clay,  stone, bronze, etc., but that we  Christians had formulated ours differently���������instead of using material  substances , we merely constructed  ideals and described them, and that  from this viewpoint, the ere-eda! pictures of the God of Love are farther  astray than the images of stone,  wood, etc.  Look critically at our test. Exercise the gray matter of your brains.  What does it really say"? It corroborates tha account in Genesis 2, as  explained by St. Paul in Romans  5:12-18. By one man's disobedience  sin entered into the world and death  as the result of sin, and death passed upon all men. because all men  are sinners���������by heredity. This death  penalty has been carrying down our  race to the tomb for six thousand  years. The present death rate is  about ninety thousand per day. ��������� The  declaration of the Bible is that these  all would have perished���������would have  had no more future existence than a  brute���������had   it   not   been   for   God's  as Purgatory ?is?'.supposed to be, "or  ���������--���������-���������_     -���������-���������- ' ... g|^  He ?took it for granted, apparently,  that his Hearers agreed with him  that? sleep under such, conditions  would be impossible, and that the  only conclusion must be   that   they ���������  -.slept in death.  The Pastor reminded them that  similar expressions were used in respect to the good and bad kings and?  judges and prophets. They were  gathered to their fathers, they slept  with their fathers. Similarly, when  St. Stephen was stoned to death, we  read that "he   fell   on   sleep."    He  ' cited "St. Paul as teaching that all  the Church will sleep, except those  who aTe alive at the time of the  Second Coming of Jesus: "We shall  not all sleep, but we shall all be  changed." He quoted Jesus* words,  "All that are in the graves shall  hear His (Jesus') voice and shall  come forth"���������the faithful, the saintly, to a resurrection of life���������perfection, honor; the remainder of mankind unto a resurrection of trial,  testing.���������1 Corinthians 15:51.  "Without -the death of Jesus, said  the Pastor, all orf the race would be  perished, and only in the resurrection have we any ground whatever  for believing in a salvation from  death. Only because Christ died is  there an opportunity for the Church  during his Gospel Age to respond to  a "high calling" to the Divine nature. Likewise only through the  merit of Christ's death will the  world of mankind be saved from  perishing and  have    an  opportunity  ft "NOBLE CLOWM^*  Ki������ motive For Humbling Himself 0������*  j fore the Footlights.  1 Vialirors to Paris who have recently  wandered by chance Into one of tile  rc-afe concerts,  which are mostlyjfre*  Quented by that class who neither toll  nor spin, must have been a mazed and  saddened ~oy a very unusual music ha li  turn. Every night, between the ''sentimental tenor" and the "chanteuse !e-  cgere," a mournful looking young man  (appears.    He is greeted with derisive  'yells.  TXm.     ml mm-..  X..\J      0444-^E?,  X..    ~u.  IV     D4U&,  during Messiah's Kingdom to  be  perjs_-;orced  to live, in order that     compassionate    mercy,    "The    great  ��������� i4cy  luigiji,   uy   meir suneriiigs,  en  terrain the more fortunate; who were  guaranteed bliss to the full.  What right did Ave ever have, said  th,j Pastor, to thus put into the  mouth of our- Saviour, as our creeds  have done, words which He never  uttered���������words which are very untrue���������indeed, a blasphemy against  ���������our Maker!  We   are    not    faulting    our   'forefathers.      Had    we    been    in    their  place, doubtless we would have been  as conTused  as  were   they,  and   we  might    have     indulged    in    heretic  wiirnlng, etc.    And ha/*   they   lived  in'our wonderful day of great light,  knowledge,    privilege,     opportunity,  fducation.     Bibles,     etc.,     doubtless  they would have had as noble ideas  as    ourselves    respecting    the    proprieties    of Christian    conduct    and  Divine conduct   and  Love  and  Jus-  tier?.   The Bible--h-is us that Satan  and his fallen angels are responsible  for    those    terrible      "doctrines    of  demons" which  have given thinking  people - such    horrible    nightmares,  and driven  so  many of them  away1  from God and the Bible into   unbelief,-- agnosticism,.-r._nd- evan-atheism-j  Let us rejoice in the light of the'  better Day which has dawned.    Let  tis    become Bible    students   in    the  highest sense  of   the    term.    Never;  before  has  there   been   such   an   op-!  ���������p-rtiriiity for knowing the real teach-;  ing of    God's    Book���������what    it   does'  mntain  and    what it does   act con^j  lain.    We  have  the   Bible,  concord-;  *nce3 and  helps, and   we   have   the  general  education   which  permits  us'  to    study    them.      Our    forefathers  labored  against    lack  of    education,  time, lack of   Bibles,   and   lack   of  gend artificial light.  Wh-n we come to think of it. the  . word perish contains  not the remot-  et suggestion of fire or torture.    In  our ignorance we read all that into  the text   nnd    into    other    texts   of  _ i m i 1 n r    import;    for   instance,    the  statement that God    is not    willing  that  any   should   perish,   but   would  that all should come unto Him and.  live; and tho statement of St.  Peter  thnt the wilfully ignorant shall perish   like   brute   beasts,   made  "to   be  taken and destroyed; and the statement   through    the    Psalmist,    "All  the wicked will God destroy."    How  lurid these    simple    words    become  before  our   inflamed   nnd    perverted  imaginations!   How some of us rang  the cliunges on these Bible terms in  n vain attompt to drive men toward  God through fear, when God declarea  v> that Ho does not want such to come'  and has    no pleasure    whatever    in  their worship or service.  Did not Jesus tell us that the  Father seekelh such lo worship Him  ns worship Him in spirit and in  truth? (John 4:23.) And our perversions    of    tho  Divine Word    and  .Love with which He loved us" while  we were yet sinners. ��������� Ephesians  2:4, 5.  Our text oomes in here, and assures  us that this salvation of mankind  from perishing comes only through  God's Love and MeTcy, operating  through our Lord Jesus Christ. We  ask, What did our Lord Jesus do  lor the race? The Bible promptly  answers, "Chrigt died for our sins  according to the Scriptures"; "Jesus  Christ by the grace of God tasted  death for every man"; "He poured  out H13- soul unto death"; He made  "Kis soul an offering for Ein."���������1  Corinthians 15:3: Hebrews 2:9: Isaiah  63:10,  12.  Let us note carefully that as perishing does not mean eiternal torture,  so the Redemption price which Jesus  gave is not eternal torture or purgatorial suffering, but���������death. "Christ  died for the ungodly." Other Scriptures teii us that the death oi Jesus  was a Ransom-price, or price corresponding to the penalty that was  upon Father Adam and inherited by  his * race. The Bible thus explains  that God, by providing an equivalent  price���������for- -the sin-penalty-,.'against  Adam can be just in releasing us  from the  death  penalty.  The simple proposition of the Bible  is that as Adam and all of his race  legally perished, so they have aii  been legally redeemed from that  perished condition���������the death of  Jesus being the Satisfaction price.  It is because of this, redemption that  the Bible assures us that there is to  be "a resurrection of the dead, both  of the just and the unjust," because  all were redeemed���������redeemed from  the perished condition.  Hence the Bible lays great stress  vipon the resurrection of the dead,  and, further, it assures us that the  resurrection of mankind must wait  xintil the completion of the Church.  Then the Second Coming of Christ  will be in order, that He may exalt  His Church with Himself as the  reigning Power, the Spiritual Seed  of Abraham, which God for four  . thousand years has promised shall  be exalted, to glory for the very purpose of blessing all the families *bf  the earth���������the non-elect. -.y'     '���������  1 Surely no Bible student worthy .of  the name has overlooked -the fact  that the Bible cvorywherc-'spoaks of  the the dead as asleep-r-rtbwhcre does  it tell nbont their being in Heavenly  glory or purgatorial Buffering, or in a  , hell of torment. Neglect of tho Word  of God has confused our poor, im-  i>eT*������cl j-sSgiiienta. We lost our way  in the rfiwa of the Dark Ages, con- |  jure-d up hy Satan in support of hia  lie, "Yo shall not surely die," ftnd  in contradiction of the Lord'a Word,  "The aoul that sinncth it shall die."  ���������Ezckiel 18:4, 20.  Now wc remember that Jesus plainly said, "No man hath ascended up  to Heaven." Now we remember  that neither Lazarua nor any awakened from death had any tales to  ���������tell respecting the things Been or  heard when dead. Now we remember tho particular declaration ot  God's Word, "Tho dead know not  anything." Now wo remember that  tho Scriptures .teaoh that-tho dead  nro naleop���������our own unconsciounneas  <rjvt'i*y night being uu llluatratlon lo  ua, if wo had only heodod tho Word  of God Instead of tbo word of men.  Now wo eoe that tho death atate is  called a sleep, bocauso of God'a intention to have a great awaken Ing,  or rcnurrectlon of tho dead. It will  como in tho morning of tho New  Dinpensation.  Tho One who died for man'a alns ia  It, lu. tlir jjii-nl TUi> k>ir*' who will  awaken nil tho sleeping onoa. Did  Jlo not illustrate   this   ot Ilia Flint  Advmt liiid Um, frm  forth   iho  ciorica of Hla coming Kingdomf Did  Ho not deolaro that Jairus' daughter  waa oslcop, und awaken horP And  dhl H������ uot Pay, ''j^mus 8)������$pctr__-i  covered -fjojij sin and death conditions, from ignorance, superstition,  etc.���������from  the tomb.  Gradually they will be raised up.  up, up, in the image and likeness of  God in the flesh, ultimately to enjoy  Him forever in a -world-wide Paradise, from which will be eut off in  the Second Death all wilful evildoers, all who prefer sin to righteousness, when the Truth shall be  made clear to them and when the  opportunity will be fully within their  grasp. Incidentally, the Pastor  mentioned a gross mistranslation of  the inspired Word in John 5:29,  namely, "resurrection of damnation." The Greek word here, he  said, is krisis, and has not in it the  slightest suggestion of fire or torture  or suffering. The Revised Version  renders this verse properly���������"a resurrection of judgment."  X am not forgetting, said the  speaker, that our text proffers Divine blessings only to believers.  Neither am I forgetting that only a  few are believers in the Scriptural  sense now. Statistics mention four  hundred millions of Christians; but,  as we all know, this includes practically everybody in Europe and  America; with a few in Asia and  Africa. It includes many in prisons  and insane asylums, penitentiaries.  etc. And that'leaves three times as  many whom we call heathen, who  ��������� have no knowledge of Christ whatever���������twelve hundred millions. Surely none of these are believers in the  s'ense    defined    by   Jesii3 ' and ' the  mental ballad and a comic song. He  also imitates animals, the noises of  tools and tbe whistling of locomotives.  The effect ls so deplorable tbat tbe .  ; audience recently insisted on tbe "nobble clown" apologizing for his lack ot  skill. He humbly adranced to tbe foot-  ', lights nnd bowed to right, left and before blm.    Then,  iu  a  voice choked  with sobs, he began to express his re-   ���������  gret     With   pathetic   resignation   he  went down on bis knees, offered profuse apologies for bis lack of okM anil  promised to do his best to please them  In the future.  Pew who bave seen this lamentable  exhibition know its origin and excuse, j  This abject buffoonery Is inspired by ;  one of the noblest motives���������filial love.  This descendant ot one of tbe oldest  and noblest'families in Venice was left  alone, when very young, with his In- <  firm and penniless mother.   For man*? I  years tbey had lived on the charity ot  ���������friends, but tbe old woman is now Iu  such   health  that  admission  into   nn  almshouse would be the only means of  saving her life.   But this cannot be obtained without payment of a certain  gum, and her son ls now employing tbe  only  means  of procuring it  open  to  him.���������Paris Cor. Brooklyn Eagle.  Tonooria* Art.  Barber���������Poor .Mm bas been sent to  a 'unatie asylum.  Victinri (iu chain���������Who's .11 in 7  "Jim is uiy twin brother, sir. Jim  baa long been brood!u' over the hard  times, and i suppose be finally got  crazy."  "Is that so?"  "Yes. He and me has worked side by  side for years, and we are so alike we  couldn't tell each other apart.. We both  brooded a great deal" too. No money  ln this business now."  "Whit's the reason?"  "Prices too iow. unless a customer  takes a shampoo it doesn't pay to shave  or haircut. Poor' Jim, I caught hiiu  trying to cut a customer's throat because he refused a shampoo, so 1 had  to have the poor fellow locked up.  Makes me sad. Sometimes I feel sorry  1 didn't let biuri slash all be wanted to.  It might bave saved bis reason. Shampoo, sir'i'"  "Yes!"���������Milwaukee Journal.  FOR YOUNG FOLKS  Big Birthday Cake For Little Bible Students.  CLEARS THE DECKS.  The Way.  It you want to get a cubist  Or a futurist effect.  Take tho shade of an idea.  Which is quite compieic-iy wrecked,  Put a psi-cl! hi the fingers  Of an active two-yc-ar-old  And Just telt'hhn to draw pictures, i  He will do as ho is teld.  Then bo set a rabid rooslor  That's been scratching in the dirt  Make hini waiH across the i>lc.tur������������  With an extra jaunty flirt.  Keep him thusly i.-romenauinj;  Till he's spattered o'er t"he page  Lines and jabs about the liaby'e.  For this style is all U.e rugu.  Now throw ink spots or. tho picture,  And if still remains a trace  Of a line v/hich could Jiave meatiinn;  Try that meaning to eraj-e  "With a currycomb or toothpick:  Then when you have done it all  To -the likeness of a brainstorm  Call It**"Maidens at a Ball."  ���������Baltimore America-.  AN    UNUSUAL    CELEBRATION.  Children   Helper.* of the   British  Bibf#  \  Society Meet ths Lord Mayer at Ar.=  ���������rsiyersary   Party���������Things   ef   Interests  to Small Peoplfl.  An unusual birthday party, attendee!  by about 2,000 children, wns held at  -iilldlinll, London, with the lord mnyoe,  and aldermen as guests. The celebration was in honor of tlie one hundred  aud ninth anniversary of the birth  of the British nnd Foreign Bible societies,- Tbo Invitations were confine-  chiefly to the Loudon children's helpers  of tbe society, and each of them carried  away u small cardboard bos containing  i'* -nf   ji *   ' ������������m   *  Apostles.  Jesus implies that if any one really  believes His Message, his faith will  transform his whole life��������� he would  see so great a blessing promised to  ihe faithful follower of Jesus that  he would count all other aims and  ambitions as loss and dross���������and  run with patience the race set before  him. Only these are believers, and  they are comparatively fow. They  are a line company. They will get  the prize, the "pearl of great price,"  the Kingdom joint-heirship with the  Redeemer' in His glory, honor and  immortality. ,  But are ' no others to be blessed ?  If not, why did .lesus taste ideatb  for every man?    Does  not that   ex  Documents That Aro Kept Moving Re������  quire   No   Pigeonholes.  Pigeonholes  have  been  entirely  removed from most of tbe desks in the  naval bureau of ordnance at Washing*  toil, it being Admiral Twining's polic;?  to keep papers moving, and moving papers do not require pigeonholes.   Mosl  papers   require   immediate   attention,  and tbey get it   If for any reason action must be deferred to a later ffata  the letter concerned is generally filed  and then brought out on a predetermined date by means of the regulai  "follow up" system.   In order that tbe  clilef of the bureau  may. be familiar  with  the circumstances attending all .  delays in action  on incoming letters  there is submitted to him from eacb  desk on Monday morning o������ each week .  a list of unfinished correspondence, on  which is  written the explanation of  any delays.    Letters  tbat may  have |  been lost or misplaced would of neces* i  sity n6t appear on these reports of un* '  finished correspondence.    Such losses !  are detected by a card system kept iq  144<|J    LIIC    IUVUI. I  . Each letter received iu the bureau  has a card assigned to it.   The card! ,  give a complet������ history o������. ������!! letters *  received  and of the action  taken oil ���������  them.   When the action has been con>  ir, i  anj  cards show tbat no action has bee*  taken such cards are brought to the at*  tentlon of the chief of bureau. B**1  tbem he ls enabled to detect any losses  of papers or failure for any reason to  act on them.  The number of letters handled by tha  The Difference.  A. Frenchman who was visiting thi*  country was kidnaped last summer by  some of bis admirers in Maryland and  sentenced to go through witb an all  day picinic in the woods, where there  were plenty of cold food and a lot of  chlggers. The food tbat was handed  to him crucified his palate. Tho ham  was tar flavored, tbo pastry was soggy, and the cake was moist aud heavy,  and in as polite a manner as he could  he -ited up his voice to heaven and  wept that such things should be.  "Why, monsieur." one of the young  women answered his U'uicntatiou, "I  thought we Americans bad improved  Immensely in our cuisine. Louk at  our fashionnb'e restaurants. Even  their menus are printed In French."  "Yes," retorted tho witty Frenchman, ��������� "bnt they are f?*"ill eookcil -in  American."���������Popular Magazine.  Only these  are believers.^and   Rioted  the  cards  are  destroyed.  however,   on   Monday   morn in  The- Baok Yard  Garden.  I go into my br.ck yard now prepared to  delve and toll.  I use a bread K,.ife as a. plow and with it  stir tlie soil.  The tin cans 1 proceed to mash; tho glass  I spread around;  The   crockery  and  other  trash  2   r.ilnglo  with lho ground.  I  scatter ashes on  the top at least  two  inches thick  And over them proceed to drop odd lots ot  broken brick.  r   uiilizo   the   building   Hino   which   folka  around discard.  And  F.oon I'll have a gar-en prime fixed  up in my back yard.  ���������Louisville Courler-Journai,  pressioir imply  that every man will    bureau Is enormous, and tbe above ays-  Plan only helped men away from  (ind to fuicli ini.siiiuleratunding of  Mini lliiil. thr*y could not worship I  Mini in spirit and in truth, nnd, at  most, could worship only in form  mid ceremony.  Tlio Pastor told of an experience  lie had in India. Somo of tho higher ens lo Hindoos, wholly unnp-  riroachalilo by tho missionaries,  leard that he was preaching a moro  n-aflnnriblii mi**<"5ii*������.'. Thoy camr-,  i-nlrcaling liim for further meotincH,  declaring their respect for tho intelligence- of Christian-*), but that  tlioy oould not believe the tloctrinea  'usually pvencb.cd. They could not  Wlk'vo in a '.lod no unjust, so unmerciful, fio wiefced that Ho wonld  torment tln'ni and their forefathers  1hroui?h all otornlty becaimo Ihey  did nol, bi'iir-va on .lesii.i, when Ihey  Iind not ho iiitioii iih heard of Him.  Tlioy mid Hint their iiocln wore hm,  bo unjust; for they forbndo mon to  torluro even dumb bruto.-n. They  preferred to hold on to, the reason-  ii bio ({(xla of thoir fathers rather  than to Uclicve. in tjjo unjust ono  ifri-aolicd by tne Tui.isioniTficS. (  i   Can wo  blamo   M\emP   naked   tho  Pastor.   Qq tlio cfiijfcofy,.lift ftd_dU.  ���������ind   Uml,    in    -ibf������    prist    hinioflf    nnd  ether Christiana  had   ������������������I'lioiuly    mif*-  inlevprelcd the  Bible.    Ho urpod hia  lienrerfl to study tho Bible itj-elf and    \\\l  piietor" doojflr*'d",  to ii-noro Ihe unrcaaoiiKblo tonclungj J    frft oritrliJlib, l���������wiV,MA Wl- l������i ilm'  which arc   drivi-i-   men   away from   ���������     "0 CW.^ ������>]������ heiiroiii hack lo tbo  the  Hllilo  nnd  1he  -fto'l which   If  r.**o.  ������������������.onto.  Pantor IUmpcII lound that tbo  heathen do net really wr_ahip tbo  iibK but throu-jli thn Idola ���������Mftk Ut  worship up. uni-.oi'u deity.   At flirtt h������  have some opportunity of profiting  by Jesus' death? It surely does!  Those who now hear, appreciate,  believe, in the Bible sense, alone  will have an opportunity for sharing  the First 'Resurrection of the blessed  i and holy. But the remainder, we  are assured, will all como forth from  the tomb���������to be granted an opportunity then for hearing and believing and gaining an inferior blessing,  '''he blessing now is a npiritunl ono  only; but lhe blessing to be offered  under Messiah's Kingdom will be au  1 earthly one���������Restitution, human per-  j fection in an earthly  Paradise ever-  lasting. .... r,  | Tho Bible tells all thia, aaya Pastor Russell. It declares that the  1 god of this world, Satan, is now  blinding the mlnda of all except believers. It equally tells that in  God'a duo time, during Messiah ������  reign, all tho blind eyes will be opened, nnd all the deaf ears unstopped.  (Isaiah 35:������>.) Then the whole world  will   bo   granted an   opportunity   of  tern prevents delay.���������Chicago News.  A Valuable Bug at Large.  Not long ago a Washington scientist,  an enthusiastic student of natural history, captured a fine specimen of beetle. On reaching homo he In a moment  of haste pinned the beetlo to a library  table with his diamond aenrfptn. When  he-returned to tbe library from bis dinner he found bis cnptlvo bad got looso  nud was flying about with the diamond  plu glistening from its back. Man and  bug made a rush for tne window at tbo  samo Instant Tho beetle got thero  first and triumphantly sailed away,  barely c'udlng lho sclcntists's outstretched hand. Neither bug nor pin  has alnco been seen.������������������Exchange  Sorry She Spoke.  The lady ha-l just been introduced to  her partnei nt a. holiday dance and wns  talking to aim vivaciously. "Tell me."  she said, " vho Is tbat terribly homely  man over thcreW  Tho gentleman looked. "That," lid  said ponderously, "Is my brother."  "Oh.'* gasped the lady In horrified  amazoment "Pardon me. Really, I  hadn't noticed the resemblance."���������Ladles' Homo Journal.  did Ho uot Pay, "iMWUfl BljMWetiV1!  and (Uv.aUfili.IiUa.' ���������������*> ������I������ 'rtotTosur-  $<^i_uy ot i|wec.   Tjhoy wero merely  f'ik ---iy ���������** 'IW'   -W-oy Wo merely  ,VTU'onM-~atvi befoYo tha.   tlmo   for  ..111 ., .    *  , ,\.     . tr    "* *���������     r,   "*���������  K<.4icii4i lln/ txwuuiiiyuu. A-v-icu Li'vy  fell asleep again. A groat nwukett-  ing Uny. however, Is ���������ucaj u. h&iw,  A Nice Warm Bed.  Thrills of n novel kind nre promised  for tourists to Sicily if an American  __ _ ...    _tw , hotel proprietor can carry out his plans.  "iiilghtenment respecting' the God of Ho has bought the site on tho atimmlt  Love, and His wise, just and loving | 0f an inactlvo but not extinct volcano  terms of reconciliation, and will bo ' nm*> w-*j *Quiid a hotol thoro. A special  blessed by tho groat Mediator of the font���������ro 0f *j10 i,0-0i wm j,0 nn under-  New Oovonant. Note how tins ia grolina chamber ou tho boil of tho era-  explained I>y the ApoBtlo: Godi wma   (        , h nn    bcal    floor w, oro lhoso  ed WlTo Vh-' emf Ho'^r^ro^a ' Hoop In the expectation that thoy may,  tlmt Jesus    Bhull    bo   tho Mediator  between Himself   and mankind.    Iii  harmony   with   tho   rather u   Plan.  Jesus  is now  selecting   im  Church  olusa, to   be a   Royal Prtcsthood. o  Hrido class, to   filuiro with Him   in  III? Klngdpm elory aud Mediatonnl  work for the world.    It waa to tbla  Two Views.  When I'm iccllr.i*: mean nriv. b!u&  And I'm hateful ns cun bo,  When T growl tho whole day through  And Iind fault wllh nil I nee,  When my Jlttlc- plans a'.' wr-Jnu  And my lips in sneera nro curled,  Then Jt Ib wllh language Btroni*  I sit down and blame tho world.  But when nil my nldea nre blue  And I'm bnsUIni; in tho sun.  When whnt I set out to do  I succcr-E-Ully have done,  When my banner is unfurled  And my wallet's lined wllh pelf,  lio I credit give tho world?  No; I lake it all uiyuelf.  ���������Detroit Free Pres*.  A Culinary Idea. j  "How will you havo your eggs cooked V" naked tho waiter.  "Arako any difference In the cost ot  'em?" Inquired lho cautious customer  ������ 1913, by American Press Aesoclatioi-  MAMMOTH BlltTBDAV CAKE.  a piece of the mammoth cube provide*!  for |he occasion. The cake was o bosiU-  llfifl sight and weighed 10!) pounds-^  one pouud for each year of the society's existence. The first celebration  took place in 3901, nud the cake.mado'  for the children tbeu weighed ninety*���������  seven pounds, but ibe passing of years  has added twelve pounds to the monument of sweetness. .'  Tbe cake was cut by a granddaughter of the lord mayor and then packed  in boxes for distribution to the children aad others fortunate enough ta  get a piece.  Things  That  Interest.  Kissing the hands of great men waa  an old Grecian custom, though orig-*?  nally of eastern origin.'.-.  Tho smallest flower known to thq  botanist is said to be that of the yeasH  plant,    lt Is microscopic in size.  Bo strong Is tbe light emitted by Jamaica fireflies that the presence of six}  will enable a person to read.  Daffodils, which are one of the liar-  tiingSin   Ui.   0|JI i--IB,    lli-J   CI'    Cuiicu    4KIIH  tbe old English "nffodyle"���������that wbicli  cometh oarly,  Elephants can climb to a great  height Their tracks have been seen  upon tho very summit of mountains*!  7,000 feet high,  The mummy of an Egyptian prlnces-  who lived 2000 B, O, shows around the  waist a contrivance similar to the modern corset.  Among the Panlyans, a laboring  class in Malabar, when a man \vlshea:  to marry a girl he must carry n bundle  of firewood to her house daily for sl<  months,  How Po You Llko Your Nelflbbortf ���������  The company must bo seated in a  ring, wltb one person left standing lq  tbo center. This person may ask nny,  one lie choosoa, ���������'How do yon like .vou*  neighbors." Only ouo of two n naw urn  ! ia -iJlowed,  "Very  uuith" Or "Not ag  1 pll."  If the person, questioned *inswoi*������  ! '<^ot ������t all" lio la fu-died whom ho  1 would prefer, when ho must namo two  'other members of iho circle   The olflj  neighbor** -> and   tbo   now   must   then,  .' than go places, and while thoy are ou^  of their seats the player In iho ccute**.  I ���������mist; try to eecure ouo of thom,  ! . The person who loses his pent nuisf:  I *ll*en Julco his placo in tho center.|  i fUiould {ho person questioned answer,  j "Very much" ovcry ono of Mio playon*  limpt chnngo Bents, ao It la uot very  1 difhcult in this case for the questional I  to And ii scat.  end that .lc Cr.vc- Hlmr.clf n Rfim-om  for nll-to bo testified in duo time.~-  I  Timothy 2:1-0.       c ,.'.;.-."'  Old London  Bridge,  d LondonTBrtdgo took the record  ' "    w-^0 yc������������������ lu bu,,1('  -sTw-tfir In W.70 ft.nd not cowplct-  bo called nt nny minute by nn eruption.  ���������-London Tlt-BIls. ���������  od till  *������ cn^loti 1  >lo pa'sl.  renio-40 past.    Ho rcmlpdoil them of  i iriiu ivuwiu  -CApcMvUiK nu'uuu.iu,   wind  , ������..   ,1.������*  -.111. 1.1-  ljl\...1\    \s.'    -    -  ' who tno fattara woro aud  alepl. and   re pi lod   that  liCRttiori,    Ho   a-rtccd   whether   they  , could liiocp  in  UoavcUj or whether  ��������� ��������� --���������,- f   \        ,*<0   m  A." Th<rpreBont bridtfo "wa"  coat $2.W)0,000.      ?" : ,��������� i^:'  ^'^'^1ii^m^^i^,',  Qroyyth of  India.  In tho h\tt. thirty yeara t|i<* peopljj bocouoo ^hustly; also ttuit hla S"'  of India bavo In.cjcoHed by 01,000,000.; ���������h!W, Tjafautn |fnria CbrliMn  agaloHt an inereaso of t>,000,000 In thfl   rourloon inon^ old, Is thi'tiitcn  XM 0m       n-l'A,,)      ,  l_t*y   waro  000' fiii tho' Vlrltii-ri Ti-Iob! '  Llv������  It.  It'������ easy enough io die game,  .^amr I  UVm  Greece and a Fair Haired King.  King Constantine of Grecco bolng decidedly fair haired fulfills tbo tcrnia of  anothor medlnaval prophecy boaldea  lliat In which hi- nnnin flgiiron. In  J188, according to lottora sent to tho  king of Franco from bin envoys nt Con-  IjtnnLfnapfo, tho city wns much perturbed Jn coiiPoquoncr* of a sontenco  mysteriously inscribed ono night on  tho golden gale, "When a fair bill roil  king cornea from tho west I nl-**" onr-n  Jo blm."        s  t!   ���������   "     pS ~  ,  1    i R������,'t*.l V*/<*rrl*������'������,  I'oor   King' AK������.ni������ol  OVs'errgw   at  Madrid report that hlg apr*nrc0?-j ^-JI        Q.UHW  Inn, r-oxv  c^tcned'tyUn  I itui'vUJ'OvlUt IM UU0VCU lUlU, liUUHl'H il**,**  '  tt..x .m*  ..   .       i������   . .   ���������..,'���������    ...i  .    ...������-������   r������  ~.i��������� ,    *. *     ..*%      V.V*>4������*4|    X0V���������    WMII4,^I      *l V W     *.'-  four fttpXm oJLdLu ffho Crown Vrittti* Ab  ' fonBo, nc  ,tmHskllCm  THe Lamb's Protector*. >.  The  pbuggy wolf dog  wns act ta]  .will. tlTo'brimlcsrii^ Wfttq!!,? ,n!nU'   Anothor dog, also nea������  I' W������>lf lu shiipfl ti fill color, puw h|m and  ���������fitft Upon hl.ro It onco, "Wolf, wolft  >Vll������t UCO yo\\ dplng with tbla! lamb?'!  fyjojj. lio, -t>Yo!r youi'flojri Ro off of  you'll (ind ont to your morrow-'* wn4  tho nns,wor> Tho ono trlod to carry off;  tho |(|mb, tho othor to koop It by force,  nud between tho tw<������ it wus torn to  pieces.  benrd. '  " i  "No."  "Then cook 'cm on tbo top ot n slice  of Iinni," said tho customer, greatly ro-  llovod.���������Smith's Wookly.  f'"' He Will.  A Ntupid Juutlce of lho peace-  Let's hopo tlio trlbo will not iiicrea������,<-  ���������i'l.frt *nr������ ������* T^-'r <he other Any  And bad tho brides-room any "obey."  Of course thia mado tlio tliou_hll-n laugtt  And acatter round their verbal chaff.  Yet In ll truo. what_*>r thev nny,  Tim tact ronmlnn (hey all oboy.  ���������Cleveland Plain De.Ur  k yoara old, and Jn-  vtt q������lU tmmt��������� are |?al*!  4   * "     '    1      I  ���������*���������' ������������������/���������'"    Hence tho AnyH Choru-*;     "''-..  ���������"Wbr.fa tho objection to tho muni  yon aorit to congress?"   ' ���������      |  "Nolhln' in particular," replied Farmer Oarn.tQiJ.Ha)| "Jen* i.io fact that ho gof  ������lycj������<1 Ij K '���������Bfcady Job bnsi mado a'  wllOio jot i? 'ijcbplo Jcalou.4."���������Waah-  Inglon Slur. ������������������.  ��������� t>������4    ������U|>lr  .A  irniilh *������r*hr������'rt b4������4in  ft-ilnt* ���������������>������ ,���������������<������������������  Dropped nnally out flt the nice.  V       3Io fell oullo n UU.  fti- And I Uuow wlicr-������ he lit,  . Ct^umyi. tit ctiurtiSti, f ������r������n't ir\*n I Ion thn  mr -  ''        Bunllobl- and Dew.  Ono night I went right out to play  When I had had my ten,  And on the itrnso hrliclu tcinlrnpn 1qi>  ��������� v,    A<* t&T an I could ccc.  HTha Erne* la r vlnir, mother dear.  ���������'������������������What can \)\o matter lie'/"  j* crlod niwl ntflpped to catch n ienr  ��������� ���������ij From oft a brumblo troe.  *Mv rnnil^r oonlil not ������4%U *i\f wh*  ���������*i.^""f?lio only ulinolc lie** lieiul.  '   \ woiMiornit tlmt the irintu uhoulU cr*  fi ^Ul 1 wim iiicr.*il in liiii.  &���������'.'"  ���������   IVfeJit moiiiliut I run out wllh foi.res  lint, to my ijri-iil mirpriH,-.  T founl Ilm ������un Iind Urlcil lh������> im\r������  WhCU   lli'   liv_.l.l    lr<   lil-,-! ,  And ihMt I Itncw the r^n-imi nhy���������  It w������i������ i># pin In ii n ������l;iy ���������  Th* icr.ij.K0 nil Iii-^Iii  In rvv  XVIi.'i-. -.���������nnlti-.ii'  i'.i. ������������������ .I'.M.y! ��������� ,y  . riilliul. iniiln UftidrMfl  ra J^-_-3_-%_-----9-^^^^^  The 0r^rsMe fcre^������s  Comprising 125- Acres G-gAfVP FORKS, B. Cm  Peaehes  Qherrles  % Plums  __ Ur  Cellared���������Roots in earth, 110 danger of winter killing  tt\HT~ 1,^1,1       .-    4- As.    *>  VV c v-tlJ-i   U-iia   yuui.   lj due.  Established IQOObythe H0N. MARTSN BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture  ALL. STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES   $  For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  n������������������__������������������-������������������ *���������_ ���������*_���������������������-*- -~i *-3*������-^  ;������'BM*-BE_g____i__a-___-gss^^  THE    CRESTON,*,- REVIEW���������    CBESTON..    B.C.  -!__NVf_&J  nsTv  MEWQ  Mrs. Bates, of Moyie, is visiting Mrs.  J. Carfra.  The   Larlies  Aid   will   have  an Ice?  Cream social  ou Tuesday,  Aug.  18th,  everybody   welcome.    It   is indeed uphill work   for the  ladies   so come and  help them along.  Miss  Annie  Carfra is   homo   after a  threo weeks holiday  at Moyie.  Mr. Kuott hns gone to Oninbrook hos-  \  pital, "Mrs    liuotb   accompanying him.  We trust ho will return much beuefi'ed.  The Mr Carlesonis left our city today  Our population is very muen on the de  creas--*.  I  Mr Criri'ra's new kitchen is quite an  -."i   nd.!it;'ii5   to   his house.    Wonder   if he  c^   wiii let the boys snul girls soo what kind  r"?j   of ;i tl-MU" he has.  f>  See us first for outfit.    We have a complete stock, can sell you rods from  50c up to $3.50.    Everything reduced in the line of  h*i 1  m  jmxx^mm.   est jtSSSx.  .   .  ....  -     ..... __r  Mrs  Way lot t. wbo his been ill for the  '0   \y,,i.t week is slowly recovering.  J?-; i     Mr   Wood   hi I   tlio   misfortune   last  j?.'   week  of   li.uiui*:   hid   finger   so   bally  ii'  ���������*-������*  crushed it h.-ul to  l>o tnUeu oil. ������  t ���������*:  ; | Another change in the school board.  1 ji; would be ndvisaMo for nil in charge.  ti: \ to cloth.-* themselves iu u coat of mail,  for aii public 'meetings.  Yon ought to soo Flossie White's new  s cad. She was exercising it Tuesday  night, down the back rond, it is a wonder, highiu bono, low ia spiiit, warrant-  J?  tit not tosh: ink,   shrivel er run over at  $,   tie heel  (Si  We have everything for Summer Wear but you should see our  complete  line of  QmmWmWORmW^    Children's, Youths' and Men's Oxfords,  $1.00 and $1.25  General  m   MERCHANT  Buy for Cash and receive your FIVE percent discount at our Store  Mr. aud Mrs. Hendren nud family  wish to thiuik the kind friends for tbeir  sympathy in their sad bereavement at  the lass of their beloved daughter iniu"  sister.  *_  DUCK CREEK NEWS  1 --��������� -  _������__  ������  il ������*_  __ mTJi    _"_  4r  III !^  Ed Southwell who has beea spending  a few days up Croat River fishing returned Friday. He reports a good catch.  Monrad Wigen, Victor Carr, Peter  Andestad, Walter Johnson and Waiter  Citrr spent a few days at Summit Creek  last -week returning home Suuday.  Miss Emma Johnson and Marie Hagen were visitors to Creston Saturday.  Owing to the fact that-we   went   to  press early, last week,  our account of  the funeral of Witio Hendron was of  necessity somewhat incomplete.     The  service  was   held   in   the    Methodist  church at 2 o'clock and was one of the  largest that has taken place in Creston  for some time, nearly all available rigs  being pressed in*o service.    The casket  was literally covered with  floral trili-!  utes amongst which  were  the following:    Crescent, sent by  D.  O.  K.  K.  Lodge, Spokane. Wash.: Crosses  sent  by K. F. Lodge, Creston, and Mr. and  Mrs. S. A. Speers; Wreaths were sent  by each of  the following :  Methodist  Ladies Aid, Mrs J. Stocks,  Mrs. Fan-  head, Mr. and Mrs.   Parfull, Mr. and  Mrs.   Carpenter,    Mrs.   Maxwell, Mr.  and Mrs. Gilpin and Family,  Mr. and  Mrs. G. Johnson, Mrs. Wells, Mrs.  M.  Young; Bouquets were sent by eai-h of  the following: Mr. and Mrs.  Edmondson and Laura,   Mr.  and Mrs. Heald,  Mrs. Bains,  Mr. and Mrs. Mead, Mr.  NEW  1914 PRICES  Effective August 1, 1913  ������������      Mr. and Mrs. Cook   of Calgary Alta. , ���������.      ., ���������     ,  .  w  ,.,._,    _     1    c    f * a������d Mrs. Mallandaine.  |g  amvea iu Duc_  Ureek  Suuday and are  liviug in Mr. Grady's honse,  \A/_-_ _ !___  y v i fl a. 1^*  i^_-_ ������3n^L7  a. m**' y  I     0'_������T  mL^mJL&mmf  ureston  lX������Sf���������������''���������%SmW:F������S^^  B5*S  FRUIT TREES  AND  ORNAHENTALS  Coldstream Estate Nurseries  VERNON, B. C.  _k  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name. We carry all the leading varieties most  suited to this district. Our specialty is budded stock  on three-year-old whole roots,  ��������� ' ���������  -O  ���������       For further particulars appty to our local Ageut. 4  4^ *&  ��������� J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C. ������*  Misses A. Carr and Bertha Pease  Duck Creek cnliers Suaday.  Creston must have beeu rather overcrowded on Monday when Mr. A. aud  Wally Johnson, Misses Florence B^ithie  and Annie Johusou, W. J. Cooper, P.  Hagen, J. J. Grady, Mr. Cook and Mr  and Mrs. Butterfield were all visitors to  town.  Mather and Reed were selling ripe  tomatoes on Monday for the first time  this sensou. They have had ripe toma-  fcoeR for the last fortni *bt bub not in  suflicient numbers to ship.  Charlie Moore of Creston was a visitor  to Ducic Creek Mouday.  NOTICE!  The management of tho Creston  i'.-ikoi-y wish to express, through tlio  eiiluiniiH of "The Review," their sincere  gratitude and hearty appreciation of  tlio loyal patronage it has received in  tho past. Tlioy wish also to mm ounce  Unit the business will be resumed by  the heirs of the late proprietor, and to  solicit a ci-ntinuatinn of the public  patronage and friendship.  CRESTON BAKERY  Dili FRUIT  Model T Runabout      ,      .       $600  Model T Touring Car    .    . 650  Model T Town Car     .     .        900  With Full Equipment, I. o. b. Walkerville  X3 0%. mm ,-!      1_/I j-. * 4-4. mm     ���������* n. ������i*������   nofl-ir  A   VF A V*     1V4. Kf m \J> m      "**-* V JL-i  p ������ a*  jr  of Canada, Limited  Walkerville, Ontario  CRESTON AUTO GARAGE, R. S. BEVAN, Mgr.  Church  Notices  CATHOLIC CHURCH  Sunday School every Sunday at 2:30  MINERAL ACT  (Form F)  Certificate of Improvements  CrlU-tOti uv c;iMjri_i4ai.Njj  Christ Church  Sunday School at 10:15 arm.  Morning Prayer at 11:00 a, m.  Evening Prayer 7:30 p. m.  &#������������*������������������ mmmmM^aam. w^m/m^m* WU  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  Caksomiiiing. 1'iiiiiliiig, I*.i|n-i'-lia.iigiiig| Cari-iuge nud SUii piiiiiting.  L������*t nm give you udviei- und i^tiinati-s on your woi-k. All work giiai--  nuteed to give cuti-il'iiei ion.  Harry   Leonard  Shop ou Sirdar Ave., next to McCreath's Livcr3'r  vAiiwa ������ B/iur u-'riMPv nv rcTTiur mv r**Tiw*ATrR  Something new in Lho line of carniv-  iiIh in tho Northwe-Bt will be offered by  the Spokane fuir this fallwheii Rice  nnd Dor'es Wnter eircna 8et.s up its  props on Midway hill. The main feature of tho midway attraction will be  a tank 50 feet, in diameter the Name an  the famous ouo used ut the New York  hippodrome into which IIH) men am]  women and Home lOaiiiniala disappear  at one time not to lie ween by tlio  uiidieiictf again for Home iiiiimfoH when  they return to the f heal i-e by tlio  rep-nhir -mli'iuiees. IIoi-hos valued at  $10,IMH) each do high diving hi-Ih into  the tank while the regular perfoiinea  eonsiHl of Homo of the inont expert  diveiH and Hwlmmei-K in   I lie   cnimlry.  I When a man marries a girl  who luolv.s iikc it <lii-;iiii in  the evening and a nightmare  in the morning it is a horse  ou him.���������Reporter New Michel  (Continued trom Page 11  packages containing such imported  fruit to be marken or branded in a  plain and legible manner, in letters or  figures not less than half an inch long,  and in the following form:  (Place here the) (Place here thel  (       proper       ) ( correct name)  ( grade marks ) (nf tho variety.)  Imported by  (Tnsert here the name and)  ( address of the importer )  5. Tho removal, erasure or obliteration of original grade marks or brands  on closed packages containing imported fruit and re-marking or branding of  said closed packages to conform with  t.ho provisions of the Inspection and  Sale Act ns required by these regulations, shall be done at the time when  the said packages are being taken from  tho railway car, steamship or other  conveyance in which they have been  brought into Canada.  0. The marks or brands specified In  section -I of these Regulations shall be  placed on the end of the packages."  Tlio Association 1ms just received a  letter from Mr. .1. A. Ruddiek, Dairy  and Cold Storage ('oiiiiiilHsionei,( who  is -iinrged with the enforoeinent ofthe  Fruit Marks Act, Haying that a droit-  l.ir ia in the hands of the printers lor  distribution. This circular makes pub-  lie the Provisions of the law, which  must now bo obeyed by the importer  under the penalties of (be Act.  lt should be a mal fer of congratulation to .British Columbia li-uil. growers  that this unfairness lias been removed.  We are confident that the change will  asHist materially in securing for our  fruit a market at a fair price. The  nuccohh of the 11. C. Fruit (h-ower'a  Association iu this matter will be of  l,.;u lit to all the fruit gi-o-rei" of '"no  ada and should greatly ein-oinage iih  to improve tbo rodilitloiiii of the IiiiIiim-  li-y In other ways.  U    M    WINWl.OW  R. AXON, Student in charge  METHODIST CHURCH  Beginning tbe first Sunday iu May  Junior Congregation aud Bible Class  11 A. M.  Public Worship, 7:30 P. M.  Come and help ua to help you.  Fred L. Carpenter  Pastor  PRESBYTERIAN   CI lURCII  Service every  Sunday   at   11 a. ....  and 7:30 p. m.  Sabbath School at 2:30 p. m.  AdullH Bible ClnsHnieets every Thurs-  dny evening,  W. G. Bl.AKIO  Minister  NOTICE  Skookum Mineral Claim, situate in  the Nelsou Miniug Division of West  Kootenay District. Where located���������  on Summit Creek adjoining the Bay-  onne Mine. Take Notice that I, A.H.  Green, acting as agent for Joseph  Campbell. Free Miner's Certificate  No- 40310B intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate fo lmprove-  ments.for the'puvpose of obtaining a  Crown  Grant   of   the  above   claim.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37, Must bo commenced  before tlio issuance of such Certificate  of Improvements.  Dated this Oth. day of May, A.D.  1013.  A.H. GREEN  PROFESSIONALS  *_  2_aj_  '���������:S0*MmmiXSm  -:-r-5-t_l___������*"  Swimming Against  =the Stream =====  tn lik* triinu to do m auooaasfuf  bu-tlne-Mi without adv*i*tl������ln0.  And It la not expensive ta o-'n  desirable publicity by tha u**a of  prlntar*.' Ink. Our Claaalfled  Want Ada. cost llttla and ere  mad by naarly a vary ona.  Try thom aa a ayatam tonlo  for your butlnaaa,  l|nim>uii>l,������ W MKI..44  ll    ���������������llll--V������-���������l"������4llttlJIW������-l  Dr. de Van's Femare Pills  A rolinlila l**rciicli rcgulutar; nover fo.il-. Tlicua  lilllii nn* cxcecilln'fly |>(iivi*rlul In rrjjiilrillnnf Ilm  fmiif-riitlvo pnrtliui of thn Icmalii nvntcm.   Hrliibo  ".,        . .'...I... V������������.       .4 a   -44.. ...... I   I     .   I  Hi'iielni-v I ������5ii Im.x, or Uiri"-) lor*l(>.   Mulled In nnv ntlilrenH. I  *J\\   I 4r|4,<   V   I   m...   .    ���������������..',..,,    ,^-.....   #". . 41.      0. . ,*. m ., .. . .     l\.. X      I  R. STEWART  Real Estate. Loans and Gen  era I Brokerage  Speolnl   roproBonontivo,  Tbo   Nittiounl  Realty Company  Creston - B. C-  GUY   LOWENBERG  Consulting Enoiniekh  : RESTON      -       .      B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & uo.  Real KBtato and Innuranoo,  HOUSES TO RENT  J RESTON      -  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Firo, Life nud Accident Insurance  REAL ESTATE, Etc.  liiiiiMaiiiMi^  m**ttm  m*rm  <miH st-iLitonSfe.���������: .-���������������-


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