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Roads in East and West Kootenay Lead to Creston  _���������  ��������� ������������������  =: 9  ������   ������������������������yie  matstwrc I  of the CRESTON  DISTRICT  fl  *������-       B*  ������������������"��������� ��������� ��������� ���������- -^ '*::;- ^titi^titi.-' .ti- ���������titiytititijyM-tititi-tiytim^X  titi^^^^^^^^^ti. ;,;��������� ��������� J-tiyytiti' ;n^mm  /ti'ti?tiyr<y   ���������"��������� ':.:��������� .���������".' ' ������������������.r-^\**rr-**,;^?^^"..:^:i-:^^^-3;*sd  '���������������������������-v.      .--j----r-. ��������� r\."vr-.^<iYvk-    d': ��������� ,.-.^-^--v? ?-: -;-?r���������---?r^^c^  :YY?^>:;,���������.���������*������ |? 'SENT;TO;^NY??|:  XI   l~C J-* .^���������/���������;"SSi-H ^\7V|ll^lPft  ^i J_L ^     MrtiyJti .     "V    -        3?     JL       -*"        W    ."' --w ���������'-:������������������'������������������������������������:'���������    ���������...������������������-i-.ti .'..--���������- --fi  T  a  _!__������������������     a  No. 35, $th Year.  CRESTON, B. C,   FRIDAY-   SEPT.   5 1913  SiN^ije Gopibs 5c.  Committee Is Arranging Apple  I     lo c?o  YT/ll  s  v _-*  -sr������  J*-*.  J3oxes to <L,ompeie  A Display of Honey In All Stages, From its Production in Comb to the Refined Product Ready  For Table Use, WsSI Be Shown  MM  1 ������tr<_w  iEEi.fii  MUUilBLi  ft^llEB_h^  I  s  I  What is a dust-pan social anyhow?  aama*������--Bn_-_������  _1r. Heale, of the Oanyon City Lumber Co.'s staff, i? moving hisfamily out  to Canyon City this week.  At Wednesday evening's meeting of the Fall Fair coin-  iiiittee it was decided to make one class in the Apple Contest  open only to displays containing five boxes. Just which  class that wiii be has not yet been decided. - 'fiveweeks  An exhibit of honey and possibly some bees will be  among the features of the show.  R. M. Winslow, Provincial Agriculturist, was present  and discussed the question of judges  with  the  committee;  Local poultry men are becoming enthusiastic about the  show and every thing points to a big success.  There is so much bad in the best of us,  And so mach good in the worst of us,  That it hardly behooves any of us,  To talk about the rest of us.  FOR SALE���������Democrat,   only used  Cost ������125.00 E. A. Penson  Erickson, B. O. 33-36  0.0. S��������� 3IGNAFIES ORANBROOK  CO-OPERATIVE STORES.  EOIALDAYS/Tf  SPOKANF FAIR  w m ��������������������������� ���������  ���������, 1   , ��������� J  JC*USBia__,  VV .    O.UUJJOJ.-    uuu     wtie  are making a short stay in looking over  their proper y and making preparations  to move to it in the Spring.  Mrs Catherine Smith left Wednesday, for a short visit with Mm. Black,  of Duck Creek, returning op this morning's train.  Don't risk loosing a good gunl   Take  | your  repeater to EMBREE   and hav  ;i  So many special events crowd the  busy week of the Spokane Interstate  Pair that-each day has many titles-  Mondny Sept.. 15, is Opening Day:,  Children _ Day. Ad. Club Day. Spokane  Day, G. A. R. Day. Military Day and  Automobile Day. One feature of the  Spokane Fair is that every exhibit must  be complete by nine o'clock of Monday  and this year will be no rrsreeptinn, The  veterans of the Civil War and the ladies  of the Women's Relief Corps ?wiil.be  guests of the Fair and a special rate.pt  ten cents is made for all school children.  An attraction on this day will be the  pirade of me.ubers of the Y. M. C. A.  I Sntinrtl CLa  OANADA'S LAND  HE0001- IH BATES  ON LIVE STOCK  4m  The Secretary of the Board of Trade is  seipt- of a   communication  from  S"~ Division Freight Agent Drew in which  he q?ttoteea the following reductions in  the rate on live stock.  ,'Sh.Q rata for instance from Montreal  or any point in Ontario, and Quebec on  either the Grand Trunk or onr Une went  of there tp Oranbrook is 59%o per 100.  DUCK CREEK NE  _IO  1^  Some witty wag commenting on the (lhemagazine   aliered    0-8nit  the ne^  fact that the letters   of the   Canadian   g_��������� Jaw     No .^.^ tQ the gUQ and .fc  Highway post are not straight, wisely caQ be changed back any time.  said. "Well the   letters   are about as -���������������  straight as the highway".                       j    .Tames   Mat-son  left Wednesday   for                                     Fishbnrn,  Alberta,   where in future ha  R M. Win-slow, Provincial agricultnr- wm take up his reddence. That he will  ist spent Saturday and Sunday in Ores- gim feel ft goffe flpofc in Ma hearfc fo-  ton Districr.. scing from hence to Rob- Creaton VaUey ig evJdenced t-y the facfc  son. He is very much pleased with the that he is haviug the Review sent to his  Drosperons appearance of the Valley.      f nev?. ij0me  I  61%c per 100 lbs.  62o  62o  63o  frio .  64>_o  1  1  Oreston  Grey's Creek  Crawford Bay  Kaslo or Nelson  Slocan City  New Denver  The minimum carload weight being  20,000 lbs. This wonld flgnre $126.00  per oar of 20,000 lbs. to say Nelson and  in addition to this it would be necoesa-  ary to have some party acoompany the  ear to care for the etook while in transit  iand free transportation Ib  o-ranted ior  ',��������� --.*���������   ��������� ��������������������������� ....m~~..tm... X\.m  mmm   .wVAftJ. mv.0*. X'0.  lyni.i.jr nwvJJjiyj������mj #������������n ���������������-*-������ ���������"������-  ������������������*-��������������� ������������������������-.- ���������  rxotnrnod for lo ppjr mile to starting  ���������point?.'"'  s  BEE  W. 3. Shoppard has been appointed  government apiary iuupecter, under  tho provisions of the provincial Foul  Broods net,, and Instructor in apiculture for Emit Kootonay and West  Kcotohap' districts.  Bcc-Uooporo requiring ndvlcoor assls-  tancfo are askod to communicate with  Mr. Shoppard, who resides at 1407  Stanley stroot. NoIboti, and any ease  of suspected disease ahould bo at once  Notified to him,  A quarantine of nine 'months lias  lately been doelarcd by Vho uiltiistor of  ������}*rlcnltiire on bcoa Importod into tho  ���������provInco.���������Dally News, ,  John Batbie left on Sunday for a week  in Oranbrook.  Mr. Payne of Creston was a visitor to  Dock Creek Monday.  1_ihnr Day waB a busy one for sportsmen. The crack of the.rifle or the bark  of dog being heard continuously on all  -a-t-r-Ac?  -On Sunday Sept. 7, the Duck Creek'  Social Clnb will hold another picnic,  wftnthft? -nftMnittimr. The site chosen is  on the beach below Cob Dixons ranoh  and not at Paul Hagen'Ja hay camp previously announced" Parties will meet  at Duok Greek deyot at 10:30 a.m. and  walk down en masse.  O. J. Wigen, Matt Hagen, Peter Andestad, and Carl Carlson were Creston  callers Wednesday.  Guy Lowenbnrjg was a visitor to Dnok  Creek Wednesday in his automobile.  J. J. Grady'spent a oonple of hours in  Dnok Greek Tuesday.  The clearing of the sohool site is now  couipieied. All we want now is a sohool  house to put on it. .  Tho next danoe at the Social Clnb will  be on Saturday September 13. Earl  Pease is floor manager.  Despito tho heat of the evening a moot  enjoyable danoe was held on Saturday  night, a large crowd was present and  onr baby Carl kept them well ocouplod.  Bob Dixon went to ^uskonook last  Saturday to pay an oxlonded visit to  friends Chore.  Ed Bout hwoll   left  Duok Creek  for  Newport, Wash, last Saturday.  Choice assortment of Tea Pots, also , jw. q.# Kennedy, of Kootenay Nnrser-  Flower Pots Just arrived   at Creston  ies, Willow   Point was  iu town  today  Mercantile. Co. ' He  appointed   A. D. pochin   agent for  ..   . | the district.   He'says, we have the larg-  Milfcoa Beam    and    W  a verv une deer Monday  B. Embree est Jonathans he has seen and the olean-  i  est district in tbe Kootenays as'regards  IniO.  brought down  whie hunting np Arrow l reek.   They mscab or other pests.  very ������houghfiJ-lly brought some to th*  Review staff and we ppeak from actual  knowledge   when  we say it was very  nice and tender.  Printing as you like it at the Creston  Review.  The Oreston Drug and Book Go's Win  dow presents a very striking appearance  just now. Mr. McBean has arranged a  display of Lowney's Chocolates which  not only oatoh tbe eye but provoke mirth  however, we will not anticipate, bnt  leave it for you to see for yourself.  Wo are in receipt ofthe Nelson-fair*  price1is6 which is a credit "alike to the  the printers and to che managen\ent of  tbe fair. It is Accessible in our oSice to  anyone who wishes to look over it. j  There is one in the post office and in  each of the stores and the drug store.  J. R. Russell, bnver for the Nelson  branch of the Hudson's Bay Co., passed  through on the Eastbouud train Monday  on the way to Oalgary, where he goes  to seleot their winter's stock for his  branch, from there he will go to Edmonton for a short visit.   He ls accompanied  Creston District fruit, vegetable and: by his wife aud child,  poultry show will take place  Wednes-'  day, October.22nd.  That the road to Bonners Ferry is in  prime condition i9 evidenced by the  fact that Diok Buvau made ths trip tho  other evening after the wostbonnd train  left and was book in time to. help Bob  Shangnessy -catch same ohickeus for a  late supper;���������that's going some, I spooks.  .0   X*. -  UJ.   LUO  A i a. meeting of theLudies Aid society  tnuodiBfc Church held Thursday it was decided to hold a duBt-pan  social on Wednesday, October 15, thero  will hldo be a program. Now if nnyonr  can tell us wbat. a du it-pan social is w*  will send a wingless pigeon unesBAge to  tho Encyclopedia Brituunloa and give  thom tho much valued Information,'  NELSON FRUIT FAIR  ���������Tho C. O. S. of Cranbrook ia selling  Iron Bode with mattress and spring for  Mr. Demean, of Vancouver, who is  making tho trip to Oalgary in his big  Hudson oar, found hlmsfllf in a rather  poonllar predicament while iu Spokane.  His children who wore making tho trip' The feature event Io bo seen nt the  with him wero taken with whooping Nelson Fruit Fair this yoar will be tho  ooughnnd Mm. Domoau had to remain '.<-������* m\A night Fireworks wich will ho  with   thom.   Mr   Domoau   speaks  in  put on by the Hltt's  Flroworkh co. of  Mr. and Mrs. Sam Scott, of EriokBon  are rejoicing ih theadvont of a Jlrst-boru  eon to share their sorrowB and rejoioo in  their ������T-*oeflHflfl/ let nn hope mostly? the  Jul lor,    Ho u,mv������jfl Saturday    ngiiEt 31.  glowing terms of IiIb experiences In tho  Cren'ou Valley and hns found from cx>  Seattle, tho   Hitb Co.   of  recent year  have Hiipplied tho pyrotechnic displays  perlonno that through Cioston and Bon-,������- N������o biggest Exhibitions in Lho WoHt.  ner's Ferry is Iho only "piiRHable road ou  the way from Spokane to Cnlgnry.  Mr. B P. WellB, ������on of Dr, Prim rose  WellH, who has, boon Hpemling a wepk  In Crentou, left; Wednosday for Van.  <50uvor whero ho' will vlidt a Bhoit time  ltaforo leaving tor Toronto Univoralty.  Ilo roporto that tbo Plnnorwood Ranch,  i.im i������������i<|;jojiy ui jjIh jh-jIioj jjitn iniou luiii-  ed to Mr. SU-luger a Culiforniau, who  will arrive iu the Spring to take up hlu  realdanoo thoroon.  i**-,    ....  .,i,.ii<   ,..,*.     ,iv.,j.,/    Jw.  printing dono, no uiuller what Lho job  If*, bring It to the Rev low office. Wo  guarantee a ili*_t-ola_u job and our  price* ui- ttght.  Forty years in Wb6, 20 years tyo standard, prenoribnd and rooommoudod by  phyaiolaiiB. For Womans all men ts, Dr.  Murtoi's Pllla, at yonr druggist.  Wc had tho plnaauro this wook of a  ilinn iiimnm   tu   liwii    wjiIoIj   wo jo   m��������� J������l������r  luinded toim by George Johnoou, just  returned from Trout JLiike. whero with  bin wlfo aud girls ho hud ftponfc a two  .....*..   ��������� ...��������� TT-    --_.._!...     ������   -���������1������������JI/1  ..........   .............       .. . .    ' ' x     ~ *        "   ' .  , ,. , . V,. ..,*... .1 , .. ..,.!.... .1% ...X Ami, tm fm  ������>.*..>^l   kjv.i..*.  ..\f,mm...mp   ...... u..w *,....������.. .  ~..... .... ,,,  m the two beautiful **pwului-*ii_ uttested,  Aa tho llttlo boy said, aftor ho had eaten  tho watormttllon, he hod limldo Information thai) it waa good.  amongst others bolng the A. F. P. Exposition, and ns this will ho the flrsk  big display in trim Interior it, will no  doubt prove a great alti-nclton.  The Vaudeville program Will Im tbo  most pretentious ever attempted by tin*  Fair Management, several tlinusnnd  dollar having lioeitHpciiL on this item  alone, the lUt iiicludos only tint high-  t'Ht cliiHHiu.-tH and ooiinIhIh of: "Tho Ilex  Comedy Circus." "Loh jardyH",  ..The BluelioH," "WaltQi- Stimton *&  (-������."  "Texas" tho   strong man,   ami  ,-,4 1 -. ������l'l. ,      ,   ,   I    ,    ...,-H      I,,.   ...,.,.,-.       f^/.'������  twice dally.  A now di-.paituni LIiIh  yi'av   will  be  the nppeavaiu'e of the celebi-atml IjoohI  \ i\\)mttl. 1*r>n%,~,   r,.n,n   i\\ti  Votaoll    V.      M.  CI       A       I..    If     ,.- I.l   I.l.'���������lIUll'     MllrJ  ���������������������������������������������->���������������������������   | m    will iiIho Imi rooii twloe dally.  AU   traniiporlatlon   companies    are  ���������Send for our prices on furniture, we J making a ningh- fare rulo fm- Lhoiouud  p#������y the  ii.ftlght.    O. O. S. I * rip to NnlNon on Heptember 2:1, 2-1, 2&������  School Garden Contest?  Tuesday is Indian Congress Day,  Coeur d'Alene Day, Work Horse Parade  Day, Idaho Day, aud Big Bend Day.  Judging in all departeds_ts will be  under way, the Rock Drilling Contest  and the Log Chopping Contest will open  and the Polo Tournament for^ the International Championshi p w ill -be in full  swing. An clcb^rateLfireworks"prcgram  will be given in the evening?  Wednesday? is ? Derby Day, Stevens  County Day and also the day for the  Canadians, the Shriueis, the /Poultry-  men aud Modern Woodmen.- A convention of poultry raisers will be held in the  Congress Tent, and the big attraction  oh ���������te Race Track ?Witl be the ������2,000*  Derby. At night the Woodmen will  have sQ'pe special pyrotechnical pieces,  ��������� ������i mm.. ������������ii���������._��������� '  *. It .na**-'      ^v������������_*-kla'-<W������r* *8 *rm ���������    '**\ 5-l.a'" Ait������������������ ai/������  ������11.0 %>*!.���������������_,    t.-a<-*_.      ouiuxcuio    >u     ^unvvijr.iM^  :^:y'titip-^ti ''^fti- :-.- :;-'. -. ?:;?v^,.:';:?--  Thursday   the Miniug   Men,  the Ro-  -'..-" ilCt.    ...: J*   XV...     TVi^mr...    '.������..4*lt���������K���������   ���������vr.  j l-Uljr   UIUU UUU nun    i/imjmou     ������. x.x  x.*. ua.  hand; also Okanogan Day,' Palonse Day  aud Minnesota Day? A meeting of  dairymen will be held in Congress-Ten't^  and the big auction sale cf live .stock  will commence in the sfcook judging  arena. Practically all tbe, blue ribbons  will be awarded, and the judges will explain the roasouB for the awards.  Friday will be New England Day,  Bolster Dav, Live Stpok Day, College  Diy and W. O. W. Day. This is the  day for the parade of the prize winniug  live stock, und the combination live  stock auction will close,  Saturday   is   Children's   Day, Labor  Day, Carnival Day. Motoroycle Day and  the last d :y of the $1,000 Cow hoys' Relay Race.    A number of speoiai.athletic  stunts  will bo  arranged for the track  and inftelii, mid the deciding games in  the big Polo Tournament will be played.  The lu iky babies winning tho $500 ontsh  prizes in the Better Babies Content will  receive'their awards before the Grand  Stand.   The ilreworks  display at night  will be uuuflftlly elaborate.   Admisatou  for children ia only ton oeuts on this day.  Sunday Ib tho laat cbauco to soo the  1013 Fair.   All exhibit will bo opon and  the faui )ub HighlaadorB' Baud u ill give  two oonoortR.   The gonoral admlBuloh to  all parts   of the   grounds   will bo  only  twouty-flvo cents.  AND APPLE SHOW.  Secretary C.F.Roland of the Canada  Land and Apple Show, which is to be  held this year, October 10-18, at Winnipeg, has airerdy received some hundreds of letter from easterners, fruit  growers and secretaries of fruit growing associations, indicating the interest  that is being taken in this show.    It is  HUB    SILCH,   Ut������Lrl-Uarl   l&fJ, .  ClrllCl  tlij^jpicl    DUUTl.  to be held; iii Canada. ?  Some ofthe big-cash prizes will' include a $250 prize for the best two bushels of wheat, with a second prize of  $150 and a third; of $100; for pats $100  as a first prize, $75 for second, and |50  for thh-u; and lor barley the same,  -prizes will be given, v In the apple competition there will be awarded $200 for  the best two boxes, $100 for the second,  and $150for the third. Acash prize of  $100 ii also offered for the best sheaf of  alfalfa. Later, announcement will be  made of the rates to apply both for  passengers and exhibits for the shew,  the date, of course, already being fixed  for October 10-18. ���������N. W. News.  IE BEE 10  IE APPLE TREE  The tenthannniil aoBalon of tho Alhor-  ta aud E-iBlein BiUinh Guliinibia Press  AHHOolitltoii will he held at Ediiioiidmn.  Alberta, next week and thron������h ily*,  klndncBBOf the offloir.lH of tho C P. II  tho editor and his wife will bo in attendance*. ThlB Ib the ooonidnn of onr year  wheu we lake tho opportunity ol oom-  blnlng holiday aud duhIhobb and fiater-  ..tmi. ..,!���������������,  r.������,. Vtrntl'O.,. o,|rl    MluliT lieiioll-  JMi m*4 U     IM '���������C-''     ^-  *'!'       ,\,i '���������   ���������     \   i m l   - .  punlior, and wo imk rmir iudulgonco if  our mxt Isnuo prceouts a holiday unpen!.  The program for the convention o������m-  fntnn ������nmA f*������������tnri-fi of unceliil Interegt  m*\A m'ii fjt.j-1 flint we owe it. to onr district to respond to the roll cnll.  WANTED--To rout a piano during  fail ami winter ,, No children in house.  Applv P. O. Box 110, CreBton.   8-11 f.  ;yyh������in:;a^h'6ng^fuf.man-.sets teeth into a j uicy apple he owes tl tanks not to  '. .' ���������..>..'.-���������-���������'"..'."���������       : .'?.-'-"-*������������������.'.'"'.. -  the apple tree alone* nor to- the grower.  Recent experiments liaye>?plainly borne  out;;v?bat apiaristaalready Hai plassibly -  y^njac^ui^d^ It 'lappeaMYtteit   in ihe  marriage of? the blossoms, or, as a bot-  imisfc! would say, iii there * pollination by  one another���������that mysterious interming-  ������������������ing without which no apple blossoms  eon develop into seeds and core and line  grained flesh���������there is a matoh maker  and  literal    go  between���������the familar  honey bee.  Professor Waugb, a national authority  on orcharding, but himself no prepossessed lover or keeper of beea, has exposed among apple trees throngh the time  of bloBsimlng plates of gla������s ooated with  vaseline.    He found that    these traps  caught uo pollen, no matter how the  wind blew upon them from the flower-  crowded treea.   Ho drew the unavoidable conclusion that the pollen of apple  blossoms, unlike the pollen of Indian  com, is not Carried by the air, but inuflt  be borne, llko the pollen of orchids, by  visiting insect*.   And  in  the  day^Oj  bloBBom time, early,and oool as tbey  usually aro,  the hot-footed honey bee is  the ouly Johnny, or Jenny rather, on  tho epdt.  Most pooplo know that the encumber  vines trelliBOii under glass will not Bot  their fruit nnlesf a oolony of booB haa  been brought In to fertilize one yellow  blosaom from another. Few of ua, however, have supposed tbat ordinary apple  trees, growing in buu and wind beneath  tbe open sky, wonld alno bo cheated of  their fruit were they not helped by the  golden dusted beea.���������Grand Forks Sun.      ,-  ���������-���������:���������' S^tfiir  --. .-z'titi.'.K^iS  Tho first; danoo of the soiiflon will bo  held in Mercantile Hall on Friday September^.  Tho Spoliiini* InteiHliite fair is really a  ciLy   within ���������   ilm-lf.    Every    modern  convenience found In a well regulated  city   of   100,000   Ih   in   eifect   at    the  grounds.   Grocers, bakers, laundorern,  and   prov'Hion   men of   all kindn call  every   day. . Modern   firo and   police  protccMe.n       prevail'",   pout      efYieen.  exprcMH   and   frelirhL   oltle.'N,   taxienb  iiLaiidii, gun malm:, water Hiipply iiialii**,  Kiniill   lumber  yard, rontmui-jinlm.   rem  t'onii-ttt ���������evervtblntf   that    the   avei-ni/e  trinrtiil H'iMit������ ���������Im u-itlttii'-rflMV ri������neh   nl I  the   grounilH. Over   3000 employea   of  various nature.-" live and   work at   tlw  fair grounds during   fair   week    and  llieMO are cared for hi every way.  Artillclal floorings are now being mado  ont of sawdust, concrete, Tho cement  used cormiHtn of a Holutlon of magne*  alum ehlot-ldo to which pulverlze<l  magnesia is added. Tlie Rawdunt Is  (hen iinimi in any iieiiired quantity.  l^louiH liiiuiufiii-tiired in thlvi way art*  more rehilient than concrete, and   aro  in,I   good  coiidutoin  of     lii-aL.    Thoy  .,.������-,        t������ i % .  ...     .. .  ..,   ......    ....       .....    ........     W**.fc* ������ .--(^  Iki.U.   .      Ik,..  ItimniTo TjoL���������On Victoria Avenim  Apply to Mra. W. K. Brown, Crcoton,  yU> C. rnUrn^  ?tim$M  m  ���������m  /������������������'rn  I October 22* Date of Creston District-s Fruit? Vegetable md P /���������'  THE REVIEW. CRESTON- B. C.  .^sfOmJBSf^ - -** *���������������*  Vanishes Forever  '0*rmasi>i*t &IT&   *J  Prompt Relief���������Persia;  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS never  foil.������������������'- Purely vegct-  _m,   iwl- m  but gently on  the liver.  ���������'���������?"Bt'op isher  .'dinner  distress��������� j*  ���������m.i~.~AiJar . iijgflr^"  .ui\..imlB��������� Sm^^^.  gestion���������-improve  the complexion���������brighten  the eyes. Small Ml, Small Dose, Small Price.  Genuine must bear Signature  SCIENTIFIC RAIN  l__^Ii������_ffliii  WATERHKOOP  COLLARS _ANO   CUFFS  vOjuclh li,*-"-     Ucll-ci'     l__ii     tirica    SHC    *.**  laundry bills. Wash It with soap and  Water. All stores or direct. State style  nnd size. Por 25c. we will mail you.  THE ARLINGTON CO. OF CANADA,  ^ Limited  BS Fraser Avenue, Toronto.  Ontario  When buying your Piano  sist on having an  "OTTO    HIGEL"  Piano Action  in-  Methods Adopted  by Advanced  Agriculturalists' for Growing  Rainless .  Wheat  The population of the earth is la-,  cre-aslng fas-ter than its' productive capacity is being developed. ? if that  should continue indefinitely we would  find ourselves In a situation, as desperate as that in which the suppositious inhabitants of Mars are represented to be at present.  Plant life Is as essential to us as  'che atmosphere itself. We cannot'  exist without it. No matter how far  we .may develop the other forms of  human Industry we must fall back  on farming���������agriculture���������as the basis  and sustainer of all.  The present tendency in all civilized countries is away from tho land,  una cities grow iike gourds and the  country is deserted and despised, except as affording a place for recreation, rest and development of luxurious ways of enjoyment. Because of  this continually growing tendency  every effort to increase the productivity of the soil and the- excent of it  under cultivation is of immense importance and interest to every human  leing.  Every!ody knows something of the  almost miraculous effects that have  been 'ittnlaed.in the western part of  Amerea in utilizing and rendering  fertile vast expanses of land which  havo hitherto contributed nothing to  the support of man.  Irrigation, draining and scientific  management of the soil aad of fertilizers have, in many placea, produced  THE COUNTRY FAIR  A WARLIKE PRINCE  THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY. N������1. N������2. N-J.  THERAPION _5g_������_  great success, ccreschkomcweakkess. lost vigou  tt X-IM, KIDNEY. 81.AODEK. DISEASES. BLOOD POISOK.  -���������'..Vir.ES. EITHER NO. DRUCiOiSrS or MAIL 51. POST 4, CTS  ' VOCGERA Co.SO. B6EKMAN Sr.KEW YORKorLYMAN BROS  TORONTO.    ���������������������������,-*������������������������. FOR FREE BOOK To DH. LB CLERG  tl������D. CO.IIaVEKSTOCKUD. HAMPSTEAD, LONDON, KNtt.  TttY .NEW DRAGEE (.TASTELESS' FORMO?    EASV  TO  TAKB  i^HE-������_���������**% P I'���������vl^i LASTING CORE.  BEE THAT TRADE MARKED WORD "THERAPION' IS OM  ���������KIT. GOVT.STAM.P Afr LiED TO A.L.X. GESUISK PACKETS.  WANTED at once  -a -wMi       - <_���������   ���������* \s*_kii. lVii, *  ?st of  a!!.  this movement has inspired a spread  lag interest In agriculture as an occupation not only lucrative but honorable, and capable of exercising the  finest qualities of human intelligence.  Many a farmer's son has quitted the  laud and plunged Into the seductions  of the city only because the country  began to weary him on account of its  monotony, unprogressiveuess aud  small demand upon his intelligence-  This will all be changed when he  see>3 tbat tbe cultivation of ths soil  calls forth the exorcise of as much  ingenuity and scientific knowledge as  aanufacture or tho pursuits of trade  Money .Spent". In  Attending   Fairs   Is  ?.- ,Y~     v Well Invested .,-  Fair time is? again upon us.    It is  the annual holiday handed down by  our forefathers who tilled the soil and  gathered to discover which had been  able to wrest the fairest fruits from  their labor.      It la a time "of healthy  competition arid relaxation that every  member of th������ family should be' allowed  to  enjoy.    Both , farmers  and  city cousins should attend.    Even the  most insulated city dweller is but a  generation or so away from toil tilling as men alL tilled the soil or grazed  their herds at one time.    Those who  can have gotten back to the soil after  drifting into  the unnatural hothouse  city iifo.    There is    something    for  everybody at the- fair, -wb.etb.tr it be  merely a country  pumpkin  show or  the more enlarged and classified exhibition and ourself, especially if you  take an active part In entering your  jbest farm produce or help In managing or superintending it.      The local  fair, like the country newspaper, the  country schoolhouse and tlie country  church,  is  a  success or failure just  to that extent that ..home ioIK.j take  active part.       Its power for good is  also  much  greater    than    ordinarily  conceded.       Many   a  big  breeder  of  purebred live stock got his inspiration  from   the  local   two-by-twice   country  fair when his  cow,  pig or  colt  won  th>  red  ribbon   from the neighbors.  That victory    or    defeat    may    have  aroused   friendly   competition   which  started one of more plain farmers to  breeding  pure   bveds  to  show   neighbors Jones and Smith that they could  not   beat   the   products   of   the   rival  neighbor's farm.    Attond at least two  fairs   the   coming   season���������tho   horns  pumpkin'affair,.if. you wish to so designate it, and the big fair that will  be advertised ant? talked about in your  section.        See what your "neighbors  ars doing and'?then see what the best  herds, ftocks?-nd fields In the Doinln-  ion are dc*ig.���������"���������Exchange.  The Kalser'a Son Startled Serttn With  Hjs Book t  Something like a sensation was  caused In Berlin by ��������� the publication  by the German Crown Prince of a  book called 'Germany in Arms.' The  book, which is most reverently dedicated to the German E.nperor and the  Prussian King, contains the following  motto: The world does not rest more  safely on the shoulders of Atlas than  does Germany ou her truly and navy.  The Imperial editor asserts* that  Germany, more than any oth *r land,  has to trust to its' armaments, and  that as Us geographical position is  unfavorable, and as all nations do not  regard Germany with affection, the  country has the sacred duty imposed  on it always to maintain-Its army and  navy In a state of readiness. Only  in this way, relying on our good sword  can we maintain that place ln the sun  which Is ours, but which will not be  voluntarily conceded to us.  The Crown Prince-"goes on to say  that diplomacy may delay the conflict  for a season, but thoso in responsible  positions mutt know that once a gl-  {-.autlc cotiuagr&tlOii. Is ������-.gl������teil It Is not  so easy to extinguish.  Speaking of tlio --delight of riding  to an attack, the Prlnco says there  is one delight stilt greater;���������namely,-'  that of meeting the enemy at tho end  of the gallop and the fight for life and  death. >  Y���������:W*: '���������'��������� '��������� _S_''?''':___������������������:''tiati.'.?jK';?4QLljj&- -S.  Repeater" :  Smokeless Powder Shells  - .--*-.---1 .-.e-.^'-  tsafe^j���������  i-'op a iiigt* grade aneli at a reasonable price,  the "Winchester Loaded "Repeater" has the  call among sportsmen who h<*ve tried all _  makes.    Although moderate priced, the ������  "Repeater" is loaded with the best qua!?:   |  *e_   powder  and   shot,    The  list  of loads  furnished 1  in   this   sheii   cover most  shooters'   requirements, 5  and all of them   give   a  full   measure   of shooting B-,  satisfaction.   Look for the W on the box,   They are I"  HIGH IN QUALITY'MG&MRATMI&:j^ICI? m  Minard's   Liniment - Cure a   Diphtheria  An Oil of Merit���������Dr Thomas' Ec-  lectrlc Oil is not a jumble of medicinal substances thrown together and  advertl-iu.*-,.  Persons   to   work   for   us  in.   spare  time   al   home.    No  experience  required   with   our   NEW   ART   COLOR- j and  commerce  ING   PROCESS     Easy  and    fascinating;     Some   of   the   most   iiUerestm;  work.  Good par.     No canvassing.  Write 1 0���������.,.   -     . 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LIMITED  TORONTO 91 ONTARIO  Tbe  -ideal Trees  None  of  Lhe  famous British oalcs.  iu .....   ...,*on_ii  they  ure,  cornea  any.vhere near holding the record as  the oldest tree in the world. The  Soma cyprenfl, in Ldmbnrdy, is known  to havo existed forty yoara before the  birth of Chrlat, and Ceylon boasts a  eacred tree which Is said to have  sprung Trom a branch of one under  which Buddha reclined In the Blxtli  century B.C. According to Dean  Stanley, too, there nre stlLl eight of  tho original ������Uvea standing in Geth-  scmatip. S'raylne into the realm of  legend, one can find a tree Bprung  from Citlii'e etaff lu Palestine.���������The  London Chronicle.  Fare, please, lady, says the conductor on the street car. This way,  lady, please, tays the floor-walkor In  tho store. And so It goes everywhere. Would 11 not be much better  it our conductors and shop-walkers  and cle.-liH and officials of all kinds  were to adopt the much more euphonious Madam as the form of salutation.'  Grant's. Joke at Vicksburg  Fifty years ago, when Grant was be-  seiging Vicksburg, the Confederate  newspaper -of that city, which in the  despe rate conditions was printed on  the reverse side of wall paper, editorially referred to a rumor that Grant  had claimed that he would be In possession of the city on the Fourth of  July.      -  The editor gayly reminded tha Union  commander of the old recipe for cooking rabbits, beginning: First, catch  your rabbit.  Vicksburg was surrendered to Grant  on the Fourth of July, and one of the  first acts of the grim conqueror, was  to print a second edition o������ the Confederate newspaper, with this note  added to the bantering editorial.  P. S. ���������July 4. The rabbit has been  caught.  Minard's Liniirsent.Cures Colds? Etc.  growth  of crops.      But  science has  achieved it!  It was found that in some -places���������  in arid regions where but little rain  fell in the course of the year���������a deep  uniform subsoil existed in which the  moisture was stored up and protected  from evaporation by a blanket of surface sol!. Acting upon this indication the soil was everywhere, where  crops were desired, ploughed aud harrowed until a very deep uniform subsoil was produced protected by a superficial blanket.  By this method It has  possible tb bottle up *u the deep undersoil the scattered rainfall for three  or four years. In the second year a  crop of wheat can be produced from  the first year's rainfall; In the third  year one from the second year's rain,  In the fourth year a crop from tlie  third year's rain, and so on. The  cultivators are thus rendered independent of the vagaries of the rainfall . Some la bound to came In the  course of every year, and even though  It amounts to only 20 inches for the  entire 12 months, by the system of  bottling up In the soil It can be rendered available when wanted.  Dr. Macdonald ot the South African  Union Department of Agriculture,  says: We In South Africa havo grown  a rainless wheat. We have grown  wheat without a j-.iii._l_  diup of rain  un mA have an eclipse, either total or annu-  Paris Police Use Hand Car.non  Tho Paris police department is  equipped with what Is considered aa  effective weapon tor v.se in dislodging criminals who barricaded themselves in. houses and defy capture,  which is a habit the Paris Apaches  have developed quite extensively. The  weapon is a hand cann^a, designed  particularly for throw! nj bombs,  which when they explode will fill a  building or room with suffocating gases su-tcieutly powerful to overcome  the occupants. The cannon, which  is used behind a portable shield,  which completely protects the user  from bullets, looks like a piece of iron  pipe, aud may be carried In the hands  or slung over the shoulder like a rifle.  It can also be used as a fire extinguisher, for throwing life lines into  the upper windows of burning buildings, forcing doors open by hurling  heavy projectiles anl throwing grenades in war time.  '��������� Th������ Speed of Light  The flrst astronomer to satisfactorily demonstrate the speed of light  wao Qls Roemsr a Scandlnsivlan scientist, who read hla Immortal paper  on this subject before the Academy at  Paris 238 years ago. Roemer'a calculations and conclusions have stood  the test of time and subsequent investigations on all important points.  Knowledge as to the velocity of light  was of tremendous importance to astronomical science, since it enabled  astronomers to accurately estimate  the enormous distances -with which  their science deals. Roomer found  that light ��������� travelled at the rate of  186,000 "miles in a second.' The sun.  being distant from the e'arth 82,000,000  miles, flashes light to us in eight minutes and fourteen seconds. Yet the  sun is a near neighbour compared with  the so-called fixed stars which in reality move with inconceivable velocity,  although the most powerful telescopes  will not show, that velocity as anything but rest. Beyond the outskirts of our insignificant solar system are other systems, and beyond  them still others, so far as the sight  of mas, aided by Instruments, may  bridge the ghastly chasm of the infinite. DistaLces beside which the  immense line stretching from earth to  sun  is  an   invisible   point   are   now  measured by means of Roemer's epo-  HIS OWN DETECTIVE  from    seed-time  ���������^V������-3*X.V\  PILLS  B0c.   a bow  or r.i* ko/pb for J.?.50,  ���������t all deafert, or The Dedd*-  Medl-  I  cine   Company,   lhiiicu,      iuiohio,  ��������� **- -' * - *-*Y:   W    N.   U.   0(11  falling on it  harvest.  The wheat used la a durum wheat  called Apulia, Imported from, the dry  belt of. Italy. Before this dry farming was Introduced the South African  farmers hugged the Irrigation water  furrows and believed that only ln  their presence was > wheat. growing  possible.. There were a few Irrigated  patches and the rest, of tbe country  was    a    desert. Now,    tho    bot  tling system has changed and all that,  and thousands of acres supposed to  be valueless aro yielding abundant  crops.  Such Is the march of the true world-  conquerora!���������Minneapolis Tribune,  A Famous Cafe  The passing of the Cafe Anglais ln  Pari;, awakens many recollections,  amongst the older Londoners who used  to visit Paris a dozen tlnros ln the  year. Forty years ago tho restaurant was famous for Ub food and frequenters, who included nearly every  colebrlty In'Europe. It was thon  King Edward's favorite restaurant in  Paris, always faultlessly conductlod  although atrongly dashed with Bo-  h-mluult-u. All that was bent ln  the social and artistic world was to ho  found there. It was ono of tho few  restaurants whloh kopt open through  tlio HCige, and thero was ground for,  hfiici' hi tin.* uuu")' -hat. 11 never tc-  membored   afterwards  to   reduce  Its  prices. \  ��������������������������� i.i     ii ��������� .. ���������  Put und Jim wora trudging along  thi* diiHty road when a big touring  onr iinssed thom with a whl/. llko a  roar of a gigantic rocket disappearing  in a cloud of dust,  Gorry! oxchilmi-d Pnt, thlm chug  wugonu   must   rout   a luipii  of  ciiph.  Tilt*   I*H-M    III    'III*      i-oiliiliy       in      I'll I lly  burning money.  Im.min   thin,   ir'i'U-,1   Jim,   \),i   the-  uinrll of It. li iniDH Im Unit liilutud  ! uvitii-y wi- do In* liciiihiiv ������<> niiieli  ' nboiii.  ��������� flrilllflC      ������"������,     Villi      IdVfi     11 If,     fop     niv-  lil-lf   llllllll'?  Why. <-'-i'luliily ChriilcH.       Hut you  nully ha*, i* tlmt $50,000, hnvon't you".'  Path of the Sun  The sun's path Is called the ecliptic.  It is a great circle of the celestial  sphere, cutting the celestial equator  at two points 180 degrees apart and  making with it an angle <.f 23% degrees known as the obliquity of the  ecliptic. The crossing points are  called the equinoxes, because the days  and nights are then equal, and the  points midway between the equinoxes  are the solstices, because the sun then  seems to star..I still for a few days.  The ecliptic Is so called because  eclipses occur only when the moon is  crossing lt or ls near it, for the  moon's orbit cuts the ecliptic in two  points, called nodes or knots, and at  other times Is above or below it. If  tha moon when in either node, is in  Une with the sun and the earth we  One or the Other  One1 kid story leads to another.  A Cleveland school teacher���������one who  has at several periods la tha sweet  scented past favored us with anecdotes about her pupils���������sends us an  account of a quiz conducted In her  geography class only a day or 'two  ago, srays the Cleveland Plain Dealer.  In vhat zone do we live? asked  this teacher.  The Temp'rut Zone! chanted the  well drilled class.  .   Right.     And what do we mean by  temperate?     Willie, you may answer.  emp'rut is where it's freezing cold  half the time and roasting hot the  other half of the time.  If Willie wasn't: sent to the head of  the cIe-js for? that it wasn't because  he didn't deserve the honor. ..  Cu'ui     Ui3vUVwi"^'  light.  ���������sr_iT/\ /��������� ? $ -i*     S% r  '   mm'm*m-<*0mS.mf v*.  When Asthma ComeG do not despair. Turn at once to the help effective���������Dr. J. D. Kelloggte Asthma  Remedy. This wonderful remedy  will give you the aid you need so  sorely. JUhoking ceases, breathing  becomes natural and without ������r_brt.  Others, thousands of them, have suffered^ as you suffer but have wisely  turned to this famous remedy and  ceased to suffer. Get a package this  very day.  Would r    -ilse, But���������  Wouldn't  you  promise  to  obey   a  man of whom you thought enough to  marry'  I might, replied Miss Cayenne. But  I should undoubtedly have a few  "t_!_gs,?.tp say if he were ever so impolite,as to '.om!td me of my promise.';   .  Jeweller Disguised  Himself and Sue*  ceeded.in Tracing Stolen Pearls  Charles Gys? a Paris jeweller, who  was' swindled out of three pearl necklaces by\a man named Braun, by his  own exertions succeeded in finding tha  thief and recovering the pearls.  Braun pretended to Gys that he ha<S  a customer for the necklace, but He*  camped when they: were entrusted - to  him, ostensibly abandoning his wifs  and children. Mme. Braun exhibit*  ed great grief at helng deserted, but  M.r Gys had.a suspicion that she wa������  aware of her husband's whereabouts,  so he had his hair dyed, donned a  false beard and ragged garments ana  completely disguised as a typical ,Pa_������  islan mendicant, posted himself outside her residence and shadowed her  when she went out.        ? :    -  ??  Three ? days ?passed and then, wlt&:  her children she went to the railway ?  station ahd toofi: th������ express: for?Vl������n-.?  na.     M. Gys was in the samo train,  and on reaching the Austrian���������; capital ti.  ha saw Braun awaiting his. family oa  the platform. He followed toe? parly,  and' learning tbat besides    being    a ?  swindler, Braun was a deserter from?  the Austrian army, easily induced tS������������?  authorities to issue a warrant for _1������  arrest.  Captured after a vain endeavor,!������  use a revolver, Braus/eoiifesseu. t������afe  he had pledged the necklace for  $4,900 to three Parisian moneylenders.  Continuing his researches, M. Gys  found the bank in which Braun isa������  depo0lted this money, secured evl������  lencti to show that" the three moneylenders were Braun's accomplices, an4  __u "tueiji ?afrosced, and eventtiaiiF:  traced the?pearls,: --'.? "?Y ?f>:  Accomplishment*. .'?���������.**���������  It isn/tr? the pull that you have/mea  .respect, ..  Or tha help that your many frie_������5������  . give. - .-. ;,:  -.  It's the effort you make all yourself  to collect '.'-������������������  The price of the life that you llv������.  It Is fine to be helped, hut it's Sua?  :by- far,. ������������������"';--..    ��������� ��������� -:������������������-- -:-  In tha battle for glory or pe".  To strive for hill, tops, though aistasB  they are,      --? .���������'���������'���������"������������������..-:  And to gain them at last by yourself.  Intervals  First Child���������Does your father scold  every minute he's iti' the house?  Sosond Child���������No, not when ho is  beating us.  ���������������? *���������"    ���������    '  "���������*, A Grand Affair  A Pennsylvania man tried to cut  the rattler of a live snake. The  funeral next day wa3 one of the  larj-rest ever seen In the neighborhood.  John had been very disobedient and  his mother, with a sad face, called to  him to come and receive the punishment that followed an infringement  of that particular rule.  Just one minute. Mother, begged  John. He ku.lt down heslde his  b**d and ln a very earnest voice said:  Oh, Lord, you've often promised to  help un when v>o needed it.      Now's  yOUf   CnniiCS-. i r ���������,  Reciprocity  .Her������ some  crazy    scientist    says  that geese honk iihe' hui_a_ beings.  Well don't    some  cackle llkeiv geese?  human    beiugs  .     He Knew  Oh, Willie,   yoii    must  ^l.**.v������������    ,.������...������. m*.lM    Jr.-  0.*rt������*l*������\r  UlUUi    CtWCbJ..       .  J.UIO    11,.   MUilyuj   .  put   yoa?  *** But  mother, I waa  some sacred ?musl<s."  going to play  Circumnavigating the Globe  The Interest lu circumnavigating  the globe In the shortest possible  space of time periodically revives.  The record has been, successively,  la 1903 by Henry Frederick; 39 days  In 1911. by Andre Jaeger-Schmidt.  Now a New York 'Evening Sim' reporter, J. H. Mears, is trying to make  a new record. He left New York  July 2 and hopes to complete his  Journey in 35 days.      The club voted to go to the aviation  meet.  I suppose the resolution was adopt-  Y������*   -V    ������������������ rising   VOKJ-  I  As the. temperance lecturer- finl_h_ft  good old Deacon Milesarose iand said  impressively:  Every time I see a young man coming out of- a saloon I want to go  right up to that young man and say:  Turn round 3*oung -man; you are going th������ wrong way.  Jennie, have you discovered th������  bomb?  Yes.  dear.  Have you mailed feZie infernal machine?  Yes. my angel.  Then powder your nose and we"*!  go to Mrs. Stlmson'6 tea.  lair.     If she i. near her node we have  a partial eclipse. ���������. ���������  ���������  The moon's nedea aro not stationary, but move backward on the moon's  orbit, completing a revolution ln  about nineteen years, when the eclipses of the period recur ln the same  order and at about the same Intervals  as before. This period of eighteen  years and eleven days ls called the  saros. It waB known to the Chaldeans and the Greeks and gave them  thoir data for computing eellpb.es.  Any Intelligent person cau trace tho  sun's path In the heavens. If the  sun rises exactly In the east and sets  In the west lt ls tho tlmo of tho equinoxes. If tho sunrise and sunset  points are fai litest south and tho sun  ls vory low ln the r avens at r.oonday  It is tho tlmo of the winter' f-l.ttlce.  Wished He Was a Comet  I wish- I was a Btar, the dude sighed, omlllng nt bin own poetic fancy.  I would rather you were a comet,  sho said dreamily.  Ills heart beat tumultuously.  And why? he askod, tenderly, at  the namo tlmo talcing her unresisting  llttlo hand ln Mb own. And why?  ho repeated Imperiously.  Oh, ehe said, with a brooding oarn-  osthcrifi' that' fell freest lug upon his  soul, 'lioeni'iijo then you would como  around only onco in fifteen years.  And ho took hlo hat and wont out  into tlio. shimmering moonlight.  The young, minister lost hla manuscript ono Sunday morning, oo ho  spoke but thus:  I (im very sorry IiuWmI to havo to  Inform you'that I have���������cr - nomehow  or othor, mislaid my sornion for thin  tviornlnii-* T    niiifil.���������or--- therefore,  trust to Provld-neo for Inspiration.  To-iilglit I will como bcl.lor prepared.  *amm*mmt'mm*m***smmm*m*m*mimmmmmmimm  Ho Got On  MIllyunB���������Wluni    I    nmrrloti    your  ������*������..*      f       ���������vtr������%*%       ***** *\\ f >- rm       *)���������������,,,        ������������������������ - 11 * *.-,        -  wnnif���������two yours ��������� Inter I boti-rlit out  my employer.  Daughter���������And pm in n, r.i-.', register!  Canada ��������� iwiMid cement  COME men ask for so many bags of  ���������^    "cement"���������  fc-/  Others, more careful say they want  A<Portland Cement"���������  But the man who does the  best work insists upon getting "Canada" Portland  Cement���������  And he looks to  fA see that every  bag betxt^ this  Kin  I  ���������*������������������>.;,���������������������������/  Wiilc t'.ic CanadaCcrr.ent  Information Bureau, Mon-  t������e*_!. for %\ free copy <>f  "WKnt tlifi Fsrmer Cam  Do With Concms."  Thero It * Canada  Cement dealer in your  ueialiboihoodl, U you do  not know him. -writi im  u^n^WHjggiii *^m *tm*  mmmmmmmm m  ss%!&fc  ���������:^3������K  - jm.  -V-  ������l*Vl* _    *l V*l*-  THE REVIEW, CKESXON.B. *C,"1  /f1  'Vl~  ���������as*���������as  >������������f!i3_il  i}'lfU  3T  j'         _       . . i  + #&**+***   I   I   I   I' *   *   f  f  f t f f |    L^ j****"1^   'W*I,B   r***?  ���������4 f So.. laateaS at g&bfag;* ������s. Its Are*?  - _ ���������'*���������** - -S ������". :-   ������'^i iiJLo .i--"' I__   -___* _������__  An Insult  Av-M  A Story For ihe F-sHh  Oa      <*������ mmmjf  la mm.  BS  an/ _ a <  A   -*KT������*-*������*t-T*--.-������ *#������  ������_II*,V*--  ������������������K-H������������������:-w^������������������:**l-w-^^:H^H^**H:*  ireut and waited "for the -ppro&C-inj  horseman,  who,' whfea to camo nft  /proved to be a negro boy.  **'Missy Porotby tol������ use to sib yrf  dat," he said, handing th_ young mas  J a* bit of folded paper on which were*  few words, as follows:  "Sir���������You have Insulted a defe-Selesi** wo*  man who _ave you meat and drink. MS  brother will be at home this evening and  will expect satisfaction in th������ wood SacE  {s. tho house at suurine tomorrow morn  Une.  " 'Tell your mistress/ said the officer,  'tbat I must doubtless give the rebel  General Washington satisfaction tomon  row or soon after, and If I am spare**}  to return to her I will do bo as soon  *)f*m~m.t..f. Xf.lt  ������2> ,<i,J.uljM,        *X.ll  ror  ������nd  urth of July."  "-ou'iriitive to go to some one young-  tban 1 for a story abont eelebrat-  'iig the Fourth of July, but if you want  e about what we celebrate I cau give  to you."  fWho.t-.do you mean by that?"  ���������The-Fourth of July la celebrated  ; comnieniorate our becoming ra;_a-  m and?not n colony of Great Britain.  iui independence was achieved by the  erblutionary war. ll wlU^tel^ ���������fou? of  b incldilht of that war. ���������?. Y-YY?&...3  -"^rie.eveuing.d.sring the period, of the  iraerlchn Kevolution a young British  :cer "rode up to a house lu northern  w Jersey and? dismounting, went io_  doorfnnd knocked.   In that day the  _les??br; the;,eastern states, were  <ke ninil England. -Mnr^ of tb^  tocraricfauilllesof NewXork lived  country hemes  within? sayy fifty?  niles 4>f the,;<*ity,; and It was at- obe  these houses ;^bat- the youbg officer  pped.'.    ''���������''' ���������'"'"���������"���������;-:''" ' '''"���������'.' -,':'  "Iiis summons was answered.by a  regro servant, whom he directed to ask  il������ in is tress if lie could have some slip*  r. The negro disappeared, and pres-  tly there was n rustle of skirts on  he .'.winding staircase, and n tall girl  mmm m can/km.  ^         /   _     -'     *  wnfy Twelve Per, Cenf.., ef Cattada-e  Workmen Organized.  Borne interesting facts respecting  labor and its organizations in Canada  are contained in the annual special  report on the subject by the Depart*  ment of Labor. The union membership in the last calendar year increase's from 133,132 io 169,120 at the end  of 1912.    The report says in part:..  "It is now well understood by  those interested in the subject that  ���������^he great majority ol units o! organized labor in Canada are affiliated with  international organizations having  their headquarters in the United  States. The mass of membership is  ln all these cases south of the kne.  THE TOBACCO KING,  Sir William  Macdonald  !e a Unique  Personality.  The flrst time the writer saw Sir  William Macdonald was   soma   half  JSNCIENT SKYSCRAPERS.  Roman Houses Were Tali and Flimsy,  the 8treets Narrow Lanes.  The tenement bouse ls no new thing.  Bo  great   was   the   number   of   such  dozen year3 ago following the burning , houses and so badly were they put up  of the Medical and Science Buildings, in ancient Home tbat in G9 A. D. tbe  at 3-cGill, -says J. C. Ross in Th3 Emperor Otho, who was then marching  Toronto Sunday World. I had known ; ������-���������i!ist Vltslilus fonn- Ma wr.v bm^ed  t^S������ir Wi.niam Macdonald was tbe j }^^nty miles' by'the "ruins of "build-  SSf ���������w "-I P������Wer ba(? ���������m*McG������11, -i������S9 that had been undermined by an  and  when   the  science  building  firs ),..._        -*.- - .,  took place a few days after tbe burn- I nidation,   **"> spontaneous coilapse  ing oi xne medical school, x went io,  of tenement houses was so common an  as I c_n set _ laava ci a--"*������������_e_.   Bui I the.Canadian jremberships   receiving*  fenerally its proportion ox omciaia.  'his system of internationalism in  labor .organization in Canada is apparently confined to no particular  class of workers, and extends  throughout practically all industries;  in some cases, however, the worker?  have favored a form of unionism in-  tell ber 1 would rather meet ber friend  or ber lover than her brother, tor 1  wonld not Injure her for King George's  dominions.'  "Witb tbat be turned bis horse's bead  in tbe direction be bad been going, and  tbe boy went back to his mistress.  "Within a few days General Wash*  ingfon attacked General Howe, who  was marching?'froni'? Phlli-delSpbla ttf  New York, Washington hoping to pre-  Tent him frbin reaching; bis destlna-  tion? ?Bu������*Qen|raI Charles Lee, who, it  had recently been discoveredY_ad turn-  ed traitor to the American cause, disobeyed orders and rendered Washings  to���������l*J,e"'nfll������������'' *������*������������i*������lf l<_ts<a  "A couple of weeks after., the-battle *  Mistress Dorothy Hale was sitting os  the porch of^iheri father's hotisevwhen  a redcoat came riding along the road  and dre-flr" rein before the gate.  ? "'Mistress Hale,^ be jsald, _ tavr  cbme*i to,'?give?y,ou satisfaction throiigb  your chtimplon, whoever he may be,  but I beg? yon to spare me a meeting  with yoiir own brother.' ^ .  "He was about to dismount and come  up to rjolu ber, but she arose and stood  looking down upon him as a figure or?  justice regarding a criminal and forbade bis entrauce. Then she noticed  \ that he was very pale.      - -,.:-f:  "'You do not look in condition to  fight for your life. Go away aud come  again when you are stronger.',  .������.,rc������Kla.    0UV^|j ;_ilv">������fXl.    x\}    uglli   ^Gllx  brother,' he'-.ald,j.'for'l-sball stand only  oiii the defensive.'  ti "The girl remained silent a moment,  then added: *I. presume you hare been  wounded In the recent -battle. Aa  apology will be accepted.*  " 'One holding the hinges commission  cannot apologize; in face of a challenge.' -?-??���������' ?;.-':.-v        titi.-titi ���������  *':'Very welli'?i5ald?the?-lrl* 'go to tho  wood -behind' the libiise? and my brother will joln;yQn'thei^.'-??::;-:.i'--?-,??';--  " 'Does ybur brother remain at bome  In tbese times? One would suppose  that a man capable of championing bis  sister would be fighting on one .side or  ���������theotber.* -  ���������'���������He was wounded, though slightly,  In ?the battle.   He is now quite recovered and Is to rejoin his regiment to-  , morraw���������that is, if yon do not prevent  bis doing so.'  "The pfiricer reluctantly tethered his  horse to a post before the gate and  walked around the. house to tbe wood  in rear. There lie waited half an hour  when he saw a tnau coming In the uniform of a Continental soldier.  " 'My sister tells me, sir,' said young  him to get a story regarding the fii-! occurrence   thet   little   attention   was  ture plans  o? the  destroyed  instita-! paid to It.    ?Y  tions. .,;;���������:���������   The tenants  of these bouses  bave  Sir William was a millionaire many   .been described by,a writer of the time  times over, known to everyone as a   as   fearing  to   be  buried   or   burned  great tobacco kinc. as a Governor of ' _nw_   fAmn<.nu0 -i������i<iri tQ*. *i)S  1Ur������r!,-ll       *m.A       m���������      ~-~^m.f.mf.^f.      im.mVr.rn.      tf.      l"'"-"       mm    ������.v.       .m���������    ^     .a   wv. _      .  JL.  McGill and as a: generous giver to  educational institutions. I expected to  ste him housed in an elaborate office  building, with a magnificent suite of  rooms and as difficult to interview a_  would be the Czar.    Instead of that,  ucp^-dent of the international bodies  and have proceeded on non-interna-  ���������adnai lines."  International unions in North America number. 148, and 99 have affiliated  locals in Canada* Of the latter 82 are  In affiliation with the American Fed-  ������������llr^ ti.S T.V������ TIV... Clf..mf.Alf.m. w.gm :  CA4&bJ.OJl   Ui   JJOUC���������        J^UO   vailnUinu   urriur-  berships of this federation is about  0S.000, or one-twentieth oi the whole.  The tables subinittsd show that the  1S6,389 workers in Canada who are  members of international organizations are contained in 1,633 local  branches; this-is an increase oi 107  locals and ?18,974 members over the  figures reported for 1911.  Of Canadian organizations there  are 217 local branches with a total  membership of 15,616, a slight increase for the year; and in addition  there are 28 independent bodies, vof  which 16 report a membership of 8,115.,  thus bringing to the figure of 160,120  the total membership reported in the  1,883 local branches and. independent  trade union organizations of all types  ii* Canada at the close of the year  1912. The total membership reportsd  for 1911 -was 133,132. contained in 1,741  local and independent bodies.  The total number of. wage-earners  o! Canada may be fairly estimated for  the current year at 1,300,000.  With regard to the large majority  of wage-earners who remain thus  apparently untouched by organization  and representing 88 per, cent, of.'--the  whole, organization is chiefly lacking  in the case of unskilled labor.    Farm  'pose    of    propping    and    sustaining  'houses.  In comparison witb the tenements of  most   modern   cities,   those   of   Rome            _         jwere excessively high.  Martini alludes  I looked in vain in the telephone di-��������� *o a poor man, a neighbor, who had to  rectory foi* an inklin������������ as to his tele-1 kmount 200 step^ to reach bis garret  pho������*e number or whereabouts, and it' 'That garret must have, been perched  was only after much questioning and '.nearly 100 feet above the level of the  searching, that I located hi3 office oo |'etreet.  Nbtre l)eme ^street. A frosted glass, |.l., it i8 possible that Martial esaggerat-  from which tjie frosting had largely j ^ but it is certain that Augustus, to  been removed ancr waa replaced by . m k , Ss frenuent the occurrence of  cobwebs and dust, contained the sign: ^1 n ��������� .^v- t.^L^;,.^ h^���������ux ^*, na���������  -/-.������-���������- -   ������  e-r   TTT.-ii.--��������� ������������������*.r..j. fj..    -isasters.  limited the  height or  new  ���������iUCe    Oj    cu     vvlijlaui    JViauuCuaiu.        . ,    . ������������������   ��������� ., . -  -   .     .  houses that opened upon the streets to  about sixty-eight feet.? As this was a  remedial regulation and referred only  The office was one flight up the narrowest and steepest stairs it had ever  been my experience to climb. On the  landing were three or four dingy,  barely furnished rooms devoid of carpets, rugs, telephone, type-writers, cr  any of the other paraphernalia belong-  ing?to the modernly equipped office.  Instead of these thing3, were found n  ���������lot of old-fashioned high" desks, on  which bent and worn men.were seato-  ori high stools working over ledgers.  The whole looked as if a chapter had  been taken out of one of Dickens'  liooks and..transplanted to busy, bustling modern Montreal.  On my request for an interview with  Sir William, I was told to go into a  room, through the open door of which  I saw the great tean hirrnsslF. T entered, and in answer to my query as  to what would be done with McGil!,  Sir William quietly replied: "We-will  wait until the ashes cool."  Further questioning;; from min?  angles and sides failed to elicit any  further information.  ? Sir William Macdonald is in many  ways, the most unique man in Can-  adian industrial life to-day. Born in  Prince Edward Island in 1-*)31, Sir  William is now in his 83rd y^sr.   He  to new houses froutlng on the street.  It follows that some houses must hare  exceeded that height  This, moreover, was Irrespective of  the breadth of the street In Berlin the  .medium width of the streets is twenty-  ;two meters, and In Paris the' narrowest streets are nearly eight meters  .wide, while the streets of Rome extended ouly five or six meters, and on  these narrow streets the tall houses  were built Llglft. and air must have  had some difficulty in penetrating those  narrow, walled ln passages.  Cherry Shortcake.  For cherry sho!*tc:ske make a soff  dough by. mixing together two cupfuls  of flour sifted with a heaping teaspoonful of baking powder, a teaspoonful of  salt and half a cupful of shortening,  which may be half each of butter and  iard or bacon fat Add two tablespoonfuls of sugar and mix with ?a well  beaten egg. Add enough milk to make  the dough of the right consistency.  Roll out in two layers and bake In the  same pan with flecks of butter between. ? ,  When baked the two lasers will sei>  arate easily. The cherry filling should  be in readiness to spread between the  shortcake and on top. Large ripe  cherries nre pitted and crushed '-'slightly  in a bowl with sugar. Taste the juh-*?  to tell if it is sjveet enough. Prepare  the cherries some time ahead and you  will find them much nicer. Serve with  or without whipped cream.  SARDOU AT REHEARSALS.  labor   and  the  class   of  workers ? de-/   i-s the  son   of  the late Hon.  Donal.1  scribed generally iri tlie ceri^U3 > and"  other official returns as "laborers,"  that is men ...without, technical instruction of any kind, alone comprise  about one-fourth of the total male  wage-earners, and these are practically unorganized. Female workers, too,  are hut little organized in Canada.  The number of women workers in 1909  was placed at 18S.042,. and may be  (again allov/ingan increase of forty  per cent.) nlaced at 2G0.000 at the end  of 1912. The extent of or2anizatio.n  among women workers in Canada is  not easily ascertained, hut the information to hand shows there is littla  to, report. Organization on. the part  of female workers is found chiefly in  the manufacturing group, in such call-  inirq     f/v-   instance     o������   c-prrnprit   wrirk-  ers. cigarmakers, bookbinders, etc.  The trades union membership  throughout the world asrgregate3 11,-  435,593.    Qermany is first? Great Bri  ton, nBAVKNS, I BAVE KltiLED HIM V*  Uf dlgnllied mien appeared before the  jsrtranger. lie doffed hla hat to her with  {.���������ll'the bearing of a young marquis and  [eald:  >*I am oh ray way to Join our forces  |������t MoiimoiiUi.   I have had nothing to  ���������at nil day and would bo very thank-  {ftil for something that will may my  jfcunger.'  ���������'The girl, with no less grace tbnn his,  Ifnvlled him Into the living room nnd  lloid hltw thrit If he would wait a few  [minutes she would hnvo fioinetblug  Iprepared for hlni. Presently the collared servant* reappeared and Invited  [blm Into the dining rooiii. Thero at  [tbo table ��������� bull Ind-n silver urn sat tho  J girl who hud ad in It ted hhn, while before 'her were tho dlshea that constituted the supper.  " 'Really,' the officer Bald, 'this kind-  less overwhchiiH me.'  ���������Yon nre un enemy,' slid aald, 'but  pou arc hungry, and I would not deny  foil moat nnd drink.   And, giving you,  luch, 1 treat you for the time being as  l guest.   Will you have coffeeV*  "ThnnUH, Ml.strosa*���������  "������l tun Dorothy llnlc.'  "There   was   something   high   brc(l  ibonl the girl to excite tho admiration  MP the young scion of a noble houno ln  Kiighuiil.    Hut tho Kngllflli nobleman  of thnt day'"was not ovei'scnipnloiiH In  h\a deiillngs with his own countrywomen, nud as for ono who lived 11,000  ui I lea from court ho hnd no counclcnco  -whatever.    Indeed, tho courtliness of  inatroMH Dorothy Halo was but an In-  wnllve to a conquest.   Unvlng finish-  td  hU  ropiiHt,   ho arose and,  lnylua  town his iiniiUlu, iiiilil:  "���������MIhIvows. llule, l fool myflclf ro*  I itilft(<(l from ofTorlng youpnyment for  ���������'���������lho ileilbloiifl repnnt yoh  hnvo given  im>, hut I ominot go nwn*/ without In  ������onio wny allowing my appreciation of  your klmlne.*::).'    With t!u\t he Mopped  up to her, put his arms nbont her and  ttlsnc-d her,  "Whon ho naw tho rod flush ho hnd  tailed to hor cheek, the flnnh or firo  In her oye, |io knew ho hnd mndo a-  "-nlRtiikc. flu ntnininorod a few wot'ds  of apology, to which alio mndo no ro-  t-,ly( nnd, bnrklnjr ttlnmolf* out of tlio.  room, wont lo whoro ho hnd left hlo  borno nnd rode awny.  "Ho hnd gone poiliKpn a mllo when  \ lo hon id holilnd him the Round of n  Pfnlloplug  horse.    It occurred to Iilm  lUUt   Ulu   Uuui    v, iiti   v-untill)-.   IV llll   liuujq   ,..,,,.-������, .������     ,...������������������.    ���������������������������     ������.,....14-     |.~  .. k,tk.MM.Ij*v    l.lr.illi.Hwi.      >....i    k"k.     ........m    i.i.  lad offered liln benofnetross and Judflp-  j"#d Hint ho might ho cnllod to account  S'fejt* what he hud done.   But ho wac not  j,Steward nud wns rendy t" p"* -<** M������*  Hale;-'that'you''asked her for supper,    tain second, United States third.   The  Bbe gavo Jt to yon with her own hands    report gives a complete list of all un-  aud you returned her kindness by an  insult*     ��������� ������������������*���������-��������� --*.  "/Has not your slster/sald the Eng-  Ilshnian, 'some one else than you to  champion her? Should I kill you I  should fancy that I killed her, so marked" ls tho likeness between you.'  " 'We are twins,' said young Hale.  ���������But enough of talk. Defend yourself l'  "Thero were no weapons except a  sword Hale hnd brought wllh hlra from  tbe house and tho sword tbe officer  wore by Ms side.  "'One moment,' eald the latter.  ���������Should you kill me it wlll'be well for  you to know who I am. I am Lieutenant Richard Trevelyon of the ���������th British foot, second Son of tbo Earl of An-  gleton.'  " 'in case you fall your remains shall  be sent to England.*  "'Rather eetid them to tbe colonel  of my regiment Woro it not that I  bavo but little strength I would not  thlnlc of taking thoso precautions  against a beardless boy. Now, sir, I  am ready/   -  "It was not a spirited contest on  cither side. Hale did not appear to relish it nny moro than Trevolyan. Tho  latter scorned to fear killing bis opponent, whllo tho former grow palor  and pnlcr, his thrusts at tho samo tlmo  growing wenlcor. At last Halo, whllo  parrying a thrust of his enemy, ran tho  point ot hla sword Into his opponent's  coat. Blood followed, and ns soon ns  be nmw It Unlit (brow nway his sword  nnd, clasping bin hands on bis breast,  exclaimed;  " 'Oh, honvons, I hnvo killed hlmt'  "Trovolyan looked nt him In astonishment. Then, throwing away bis  ���������word, ho snld:  " 'You uio uot n lumn. Ton nro a  womnn.   Von aro Miss Dorothy Halo.'  ���������"Huvo I killed jrouir*  "���������Killed mo! No. You hnvo but  broken tho skin/  ���������'Ho throw opon his coat nnd displayed a wound a fow lucboa long and half  nn Inch deep.  ," 'Come,'    said    Dorothy.      "I    am  ttvaiiged/  ���������'Trevolyan Uneolod bofore'ber and  bogged hor forglvenoHB for his conduct,  then wont with hor to tno house, wliei-e  Mio dressed tho wound she had glvon  dim.  "Whon tlio wnr was ovor nnd lho Independence of the Uiiltod Btatos oatab-  tlttal***.--       Hfimtr* ������������������������* <*l I**** *���������***������       KAifwI-i-n-t^       mmm n 0m       ** ��������� I 4 1������  aVaw!' to f*nir!*ini1. Ilnforo Ion vino* hf������  (nndo Dorolhy Halo moro ample amends  than the Hcrntcli she had Inflicted upon  Mm by marryln**: hor nnd taking ber  Uoum to Enalaud with blm."  ions in Canada and their officers.  to  Help Grenfell.  A plan to set on foot the formation  of a better organization to support  the work of Dr. T. Wilfred. Grenfall  among the rlsliermen of the Labrador  is '''being actively pushed forward.  The prime mover is W. R. Sterling,  one of the greatest enthusiasts over  the Grenfell Medical Mission. He became so interested last year that he  chartered the supply ship Clewett and  took a party of Mends to the Labrador const, where ho delivered supplies  at the vurious posts of the Mission.  He had many pathetic stories to tell  of what ho saw among the'natives of  the barren coast.        ,      .  "The isolation of the people on the  coast of Labrador, their lack of education, their lack of facilities to get  nupplics or to got any distance from  their own small homos, excepting at-  tlie expense of much time and labor,  it seemed to me, put tho.=o people in  a clasci by themselves," says Mr.  Sterling.  A Locomotivo na a Firo Engine.  It ls not ortcn that one hoars of  such novel use being made cf a railway locomotive na to extinguish a  fire In a burning building, but a locomotivo was not long ago so employed  on tlio outskirts of a western town.  About thirty-livo feet from the railway tracks stood a structure constructed principally of wood. Thia cniiRht  fire; and, as it would havo boen impracticable to mviiil Uio coining cf  tlio town lire company, a considerable  distance off, the engineer of a train,  then standing idle on the track, conceived it to bo his duty to i,ut, out tha  fire. Accordingly ho steamed up to a  point opposite tlio building building,  turncd-on n.U his steam, ami I,low out  the firo in a few minutes. Steam will  In many cases smother lire.  Pr*>������*,i������������'il\/������   P^rmerfj.  Farmer;-.' Clubs in vnrioiM counlici  ftf Ontario, with tho assistance of tho  local representative of tho Ontario Department of Agriculture, have secured,  among other thing?, the establishment  of a Continuation School, tho opening  of o produce stove where butter nnd  ogRa arc purchased according to qunl*  *t-r( runni-tr-inl ->*>li>pliono** nnd po-npr������r-  ativo purchasing of supplies.  Any Briton May Draw Plnn������.  Tha  commission  appointed  by  Iho  Government to mako arrangements for  I U *        ���������nsvnVM'i'ltllA-it       fA������-       A a ���������* \rmt\m      fr\m      4 \* A  nnw* Government building- at Ottawa,  lias prepared a competition for tho  ���������tlruciurcfl which will cont about ten  million   dollnr/i.    It  is  opon to  lbs.  Macdonald. member of the Legislative  Council of Prince Edward Island. Sir  William got his start in the* tobacco  business at the time of the American  Civil War. With the shrewd Scottish  foresight, which' has always characterized him, he saw further ahead than?  most men of his^day? and when tlia-  war broke out, he cornerrr*d* the tobacco crop?: To-day he is worth probably a score of millions, all of which  have ^eoh'"-'-m'ao!e':''fr;6'm!':':the/''"GdHdti33  Nicotine.";   - -   : ���������:. .-������������������:,?���������;:.?���������..  - ~, /;���������?-...  His interest in cduc-atron i3 of comparative recent' origin. arid i 11 ustrntej  the peculiarities of the man. Lika  most universities, McGill-ha3 had periods of financial stringency. On one  of these occasions, the aid of the students was enlisted, and an effort mads  to Fee ure sufficient funds lo tide the  college.-over, an especially difficult period. The students in question with  the confidence born '-of-'ignorance'.and  inexperience, called Upon Sir William  and laid the claims of "Old McGill"  before the quiet little old tobacco  king. To their^surprise, and to' ths  surprise of the MeOill authorities. Sir  William responded with a hind.-?orns  contribution, and followed it up with  a series of contributions not only to  McGill, but to the cause of education  throughout Canada, that has made Im  name a household word throughout  the Empire. It is estimated that hi  haa given in the neighborhood of fiva  million dollars to the Agricultural nnd  affiliated colleges at Ste. Anno dj  Bellevue, and as many more millions  to McGill; while l>i������ Mnodonnld Tn<fi-  tute at Guelph, liia "good seed" and  mnnunl training movemonts and olhar  donations to educational work, will  probnbly  run  into  irnovo  miiIrons.  He Worried the Actors to Scowls and  the Actresses to Tears.  Sardou. the great French playwright,  knew how to profit by the views of other people. Jerome A. Hart writes In  bis book, Y'Sardou and the Sardou  Plays:"..?,.       ..,.'."' . titi' ti titi:. ' ti.,  *'I-ke Alexandre Dumas pere. Sardou  was extremely sensitive to the opinions  of the less subtle spectators of his rehearsals. Ro closely watched and  heeded the impressions and comments  of the stage carpenters, scene painters,  firemen, supers and other humble people behind the scenes. They represented to..blm the average mind'of the average audience. To the opinions of actors of his un produced pieces he paid  little titieed; to the onlhlohs of critics,  none? a t * all.,': At rehea rsh Is no d et*i lis  eieaped fiiin. ? He wbiild seat hiiriself  on the stage chairs and sofas, open and  .shut the practicable doors, go to ihe  back of the parterre to study the per-  spectlveof the scene, climb to the highest gallery to see if the "audience there  could hear, and then hasten back to  the stage.  "There he would seat himself. Jumping up during the rehearsal thirty or  forty times to show the actors his Idea  of the action. In doing this he would  laugh, woultd cry, would shriek and  would even die a mimic death. Coining to life again, he would call for his  overcoat and hasten to muffle himself  up ns before. He was very sensitive to  cold and always came on the stage  wltb a henvy cont n muffler and cap  to protect him from drafts.  "He would rehearse from."10 !n tho  morning until 3. when he would take a  sandwich nnd n glass of wine. A ftor  this he would, resiime his work untilT>,  nt which hour he would go blithely  forth Into the street, smiling nnd humming, 'followed.' as one resentful player put It, 'hy scowling actors and weeping actresses/ "  Frozen Fruits.  Combination of -fruit flaroiw will  often bring about cooling and delicious  resu 1 ts? ? Peaches ?and pi uriis comblne  perfectly and frozen In; a sugar sirup  yield a most delightful sweiet c Boil  one quart of w*:iter with one pound ot  sugar until they form a rich sirup,  then strain and stand[aside until cold.  Tare twelve? One Tlpe peaches ' and  chop fine -witb a silvsr -knife,Y Scal������5  ono pint of plums, remove the skins  and the stones, mash the pulp and ndd  to the peaches. Crack the pits to remove the kernels, blanch and ponud.  Add the -fruitand the mashed kernels  to the sirup. Let it stand for thirty  minutes and then freeze.     ���������  Blackberry Jam Cake.  Rub to a cream half a cupful of but-  ter and then gradually add one cupful  of sugar, the beaten yolks of threo  eggs and the whites of two, reserving  the third white for frosting. Take balj  a?cupful of thin cream or milk, a level  teaspoonful each of cinnamon, allspice  and two scant cupfuls of flour, and  last of all stir In one eupful of blackberry jam or preserves. Bake In moderately hot oven for about three-quarters of an hour. This makes a nice  pudding if eaten as soon as baked and  a ciirrunt jelly or lemoii sauce is serv--  -ed with it.? ??Y ti'ti'titi   .��������� ���������  Gold and Silver.Omelet, .  Have ready as iriany eggs" as ther������  are people to be served.--Separate tha  yolks from the whites arid'beat each  thoroughly,; then add to each a dash of  salt and pepper or paprika and a littliu  tnllk^ -Pour both egg- mixtures simultaneously into the pan. letting the  tvbit'e onieief cover^bne-baif of tbe bottom and the gold omelet the other half.  Cook then! gently until firm throughout, taking care that they do not burn.  Then fold the white or silver one over  on to the other and serve. Immediately.  Prairie  Teacher   Is   I .crolne.  Surrounded on nil sides by a Taging  proirio lire, whieh fed upon tho grasses  and dense underbrush, thnt grew ti>  the very doors of the little log school-  house in which she was hearing  classes. Miss Esther Smith, a school  teacher near Poplar Creek, in the  south country, saved more than a  score of pupils nnd herself from probable" death in tho flames' recently.  Word ol her presence cf mind was  brought to Moose Jaw by members of  the Roynl Northwest Mounted Police.  Miss Smith rushed them to a cleared  spot. Within n few minutes the de-  | sorted Bchoolhotiso waa a mass uf  ruins.  While tho flames woro raging on  all sides and blazing twigs nnd spark-  were falling anions them, the tencher,  despite the smoko ond intense heat,  continued hor classes,.forcing tho'pu-  pilu to puy strict hoed to their lessons.  Made Bullion of Medals.  A considerable portion of tlu money  which was used to establish tho Toronto General Hospital in 1312. wm  rnisod in a pooullnr way. Gobi nnd  Rilvov modnln woro sont lo Ynrk from  Kuf-land to lio awarded to tin heioe-i  of the war. but ihronsh come stranga  quibbling, thoy wero nover niven out,  but were exchanged for monoy, which  wont toward erecting tho hospital. A  blackemith and two apprentice.* ham-  mcrotl *yho medals into bullion.  Souffle Glace.  Half n pint of cream, one tnble-  spoonful of grated leuiou rind, four  eggs, half u pound of sugar, hnlf a  gill of wine, one Inblespoonful of teni-  on Juice and u pinch of salt Mix tbe  j-olks of the eggs, lemon Juice? lemon  rind, sugar and Rtilt Stir over n slow  Ore until thick. Cool. Add tho whiles  of eggs', well henten, and the cream,  beaten until stiff. .Add'the wine, rill  the mixture Into paper discs, pack In  a pnil and pack tbe pail in Ice and  salt for four hours.  Tho idler Works Hard.  Work,'Ideally, should ho congenial,  fruitful, nnd the worker aware ot his  worth to "the world. Nobody works  harder tlinn tho Idler. lie has on his  hnlitis tho dire task of killing time.  Knowing tho nwftilnoss of vacuity, ho  fills the dny with n isomblnncc of activity nnd while gnnwlng nt his pcaco Is  conscious of tho barren folly of It all.  Tho unoHt argument for renl work Is  the spcctnclc of Its counterfeit present-  mcnt���������RIehnrd Burton In the Bellmnn.  Long Felt Want.  Yenst���������1 see a mnn hns patented a  head rest to bo fastened to tho arm  of a car seat to aid tho comfort of  pnssengors obliged to sleep In dny  conches, -limsonbenlc���������What Is most  needed In day conoiics Is n chin rest  for lho inun who liuppeuu lo bll ue-t  to you.���������Tankers Statesman.  Burnt Almond lee Cream.  Blnnch nnd chop hnlf n plnt.^ftf  ������lmorids. Cook four tablespoonfuls of  uugnr to the coramel; ndd the chopped  almonds. When cold pound to a pow-  3er. Put ono pint of milk Into n Hnuoo-  pan with half a pound of sugar and  the yolks of four eggs. Stir over a  stow (lee until It coiiIh the i-puuii;  then strain and cool. Add oue pint, of  whipped crenm, a pinch of salt, ono  teaspoon fill of almond extract nnd tho  pounded almonds.    Ficc/.o.  Hin texciue.  "Why Is It that you wish to bo excused'*"' nslsod tho Judge of tho unwilling Juror.  ���������Tm denf, yonr honor���������so dnnf thnt  I roally don't hullcvo I cou lit bene  tiiuvif Hum one r.lile of tho oh^ij."���������  Olovoland tendor.  Field  Crop  Contest*.  TJndor tha direction of tho Agrloul-  tv.rf.l R^cifrtifs Brunch of th"* ������>nirir|->  Department of Agriculture, 153 aoolo-  tic* hold field crop comppllllons, 3.000  individual fanwera entering, and a  total of .10,000 acres was Heeded, ha  compaiod with 300 acre* in 1907, whsn  Oil*.   Ortmri^tUtowa   lonnn  The Surprias.  A man tola his daughter thnt, U she  learned to cook ho would givo. ner a  Riirprlso? Bho learned the art, nnd ho  surprised hor t/������y discharging tho sort-  ant girl,.  Lomu  ror imomii.  "Brown snys ho drinks beonus* 11  drives nway bin Iroiiblus."  "ITo uxchnngon ouo loud for nnuthor,  so to spenU."���������Uonton Trnnwrlpt.  Grape Cup.  Pour hnlf a cupful of boiling wnter  ovor four tnblc-ipoonfuls of grape Jelly  and stir until dissolved. Add the Htimo  quantity of cold water, one tablespoon.  fnl of sugar and n llttlo lomon juice.  Plneo a lump of Ico In n bIobb pitcher  and pour tho liquid ovor. Any kind of  jolly will itiiHwor tr tlio gnqie is not at  Imnd. If currhiit jolly Is used then  lens lemon juico will bo required, currants bolng rnlhor tnrt  mm*ml^m*mmlmm*mmm.^  Summer Sandwich, ,%-  Cucumber and *treen pepped-ml-io-sii  flno and nonsonod tflth :*inayoiH*tiilHi>  make as tuiily n hot weather sandwich  uu It Im o.usy (i������ flml. It tho saudii WUch  ,1rc not to ho unctl at once the Juico  Bliould bo squeezed from the vegetables  after they ara minced, for otheitwlmi  tho bread will bocomu wator uoaUed.  .'For Afternoon Tea.      ,  To vary the afternoon lend tea -drop  n nprlg or two of m-uli mint Into the  not with tho dry ton and turn the boll-  iiiK ii.iiur iiiui lu A bll i������f iiio crl**i������,  froHh mint In odch glims looks r������j"roHb������  lug on a hot nftoriio-i-  Wom-n'* ln������tltut������������.  There    aro   725   branches   of   ths  yyomen's   IiiBtKutes.   with moro than,  '" "7A,..Uie,iuu>ttjrit in Onl'iirio. '  0*nlue.  "Is ho clever'*"  "Well, he enn h-injf his mvii wnll-  pnpor nnd imlnt his own klt'*h*������u door."  wll4,LroU fclM l'l  ' -***>'**|  ���������I -*0>R|  New Wrlnklo For Potato Q������lad.  I Itmteml of onloti, trv inl������lnn- tlio r������*v  | tufo nn Ind wllh encumborn rut tn ismall  jiii'i'i'n. onUniH mny no lined, ton. hut, ,  .iiiIomh the qnniitlty Is small ihe flavor  >f the potato and cucumber blond wltf  be ku������i  ^ggjg|i  ItllllllMIIIIIIIMlllllilMII,. if.  ������_______  ,���������*���������'���������'  ���������~.m  t-_  i*itfy--rm-i--������i  THE . .CMiS^^^  mm  jpwwgl^BpBjS-iBJi-i-w-^^  The Creston ^eviifp0  Published every   __iday at Oreston, British Columbia, by the Creston Printing and Publishing Company, Ltd.  Creston Hotel  ������iwmr  The Review is tha acknowledged advertising medium of the Oreston valley, cir  oulating in nearly one thousand homes throughout the Oreston distriot and  reaching out in a broad manner into other communities. Our tsdvertfejing rates  nre based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary Printers' Board of Trade.  I__*d p_?ebase and !a__ lease notices, $7 for statutory time. 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Fruit    Belt \ The rooms are well furnished in  will be fair is also a surety.  But the price will not be  high, even with better protection against American fruit  and a shorter crop. The  whole West is trying to catch  up, and is living very economically   to do     so.    While  this seems to __a*_e  business  dull, it is really a very healthy  sign. It is doubtful if we  even see another period of  wildreal estate speculation and  living as in the past. Living  will be adjusted to certain incomes, accounts will be paid  more promptly, amounts owing will be small in compari-  3-&J  iV JLli      W UO  1./.I-      4-Xxo.mr  ttCiVS   JS.*?!?  --   -- bU^y      Z&*0W     CkX\..  as an additional reason why  the herds already located here  should be increased. The new  policy will prove attractive to  the small stockman, for provision will be made by which  he can obtain free pasturage  for his cattle. In the case of  larce herds a nominal ervaz-  ing fee  will be charged  until  oi-rvT-a   *)"i������T������a     n_    _*_-������_=_       .*-_H iicfrtr     IC  -^LIV-AA     %,AJUU.V* ���������%_>     I.UW AU\AU*1|,&JI **w  established on a firm footing  in the Province. It will be  necessary for stockman before  being accorded the privelege  of pasturing their herds on  public lands, to obtain a permit.    Special  safeguards will  !-���������������������*��������� T������mv*iflf������<i <"n that there is no  _.,������j-- ��������� - ���������~ -     - -   -   - -  interferance with settlers, and  it is anticipated that there will  be no inconvenience occasion-  There have been many small  failures and there will be many  more; but this, too, will place  all business on a more solid ed on this account because the  foundation. The incompetents! public ranges are so extensive,  will be weeded out and so givej Arrangements will also be  a better business to those that j perfected to insure that the  remain.    But this  will mean; number of stock will be limit-  a manner up-to-date.  We have iusfc opened un a fresh stock of  _���������"_   _ _ 7   __   ������m  _ 7 O ������ _* -"*- *m- _*v 1 _*_ 4* /fl_ d    '__"  Our   Guests  Calt   cAgain  -rr  Headquarters for 'Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  /. Bo Moran  n_���������  jr.rup.  w  In boxes to sell at so,  15, as* 40 65 etc* Also some JJt  Druggists Confectionary  Come in and treat yourself next time you  are down town  m  __.  TTIT^  r4 3* XT AT** A TVT    DA "rVTXT  OF COMMERCE  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  2_  a     _*ia_>*_���������_���������"���������������������������_������_    h\*���������_���������*_-���������������- L_9_-*_**_ 1r     e     _���������_     w?  v>i ^._*.uj;.  *-***��������� ur^u-__.   v^u. ������**���������*.  Ptione 51  MONEY  ORDERS  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting* small sums of money. These Orders,-  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at  the following* rates:  $5 and under     3 cents  Over     5 and not exceeding $10     6  IO       " " 30 IO  30       *"* " 50 15  4<  ������������  Cf  <������  s  *R  <������>  _������  a  _  _  _  _  t_  _  a.a  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  should be made by means of our SPECIAL  FOREIGN  DRAFTS and  MONEY  more   careful   buving.  more \ ed to the   eras  hi, v'*" Cf  t:  S**"  .ii.iscxim*i.y   Ui.  CRDaRS.   Issued v-itheist delay at r-asosabl? rates.  Percy  B. Fowler, Manager Creston Branch  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  Ail class of TURNOUTS supplied at shore notice.   The latest styles of  GUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.   Saddle aad pack horses a  Speciality.  Feed for sale.      Agent for the McLaughlin _g_afg.. Oo.     .Horses for sale  I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains  at any hour of the day or night.   Commercial men and landseekers, -will  receive prompt attention  ?_  1  e  1  m m   __  .  ���������n-.o. !Vic*wreai.n, rroc l  I  Phone 56 Sirdar. Avenue Box 14* s  ^9 -������-^s ���������������-s@^^-3@_:-_ ^���������SS^'vS^'-SSS-^^^  careful selling, closer.margins|any particular range and that  of profit at all points. When  it comes to winter apples,  stock orders will be lighter  thain in many years. The retailers will not buy heavily,  jobbers will not sell to men  who have been slow in paying is to encourage in  this  way  'the productiveness of the land  will not be impaired in any  way. The same privilege of  free grazing will be extended  to settlers who may have a  tew head of cattle, for the idea  and the stoiage places of the  jobbers are limited.  This will be a good year for  British Columbia growers to  hold back heavy quantities  of their best keeping varieties  for the above reasons. Tbe  markets will not be glutted by  retailers aiid jobbers stocking  heavily, bnt the markets will  remain fairly light; this mean  a constant andsteady demand.  It is a mistake to th:.nk that  apples cannot be shipped in  the winter. They can if cars  are carefully loaded, and  when necessary a man be  sent along to see that the  heaters are kept buining.  "The demand will be light  and the prices moderate."���������S.  J. Fee, in Fruit and Farm.  the raising of stock and it  seems fair to assume that the  end hoped for will be accomp-  ished.���������Colonist.  IVAL  Very excellent results  should follow lhe new policy  to be brought iuto existence  by Mr. W. R. Ross, the Minister of Lands, whereby the  stockmen of the province will  be permitted the use of pasturage on the unoccupied public  lands. This move should  mean a considerable impetus  ro the imdustry iu the province  for it is   certain that  it   will  One of the features of the proposed  C'lrniv-l week at Nelson next July -will  be the Old Boys Reunion and the coin-  niittea nre endeavoring to locate as  tuuuy of the old time residents of Nelson mid Distriot as thoy can and will  specially invite them to como back to the  old town for Oaruivnl week, any of our  renders who know the present addrebs  of any old timers should forward thom  to tho Secretary of the Nelson Publicity  Burean.  A meeting of the committee in charge  of tho Carnival arrangomonts will bo  he.d this week whon the dates will he  Anally fixed it will probably be hold during the week commencing July 0 or  July 13.  It ia ftlBO proposed to givo prizes for  biggest fish oanght during the woek nnd  ono day will probably be set aside as  Anglers Day whon a special excursion  will bo i_tudu lo the Fool.  Tho Flower Show will also bo another  big feature of tho Oarnival nnd it has  also boon suggested to include with tht a  a. display of small fruits nnd it is hoporl  thnt all the surrouuding towns will ".end  exhibits to compote, so ns to metro ono  grand display and show visitors tho  wondorful pon-ibilitlon of this diritrint  for growing fruit and flowers.  THE AUTO BACES.  SPEED, speed, speed,  A demon In set free  xixmx aim.*iv miu  .iuSv ������mSl!l::������TCS,  _hat for tbe -whirlwind never waits.  That from the iiehtni-gs nee,  A demon that has legs and wing's  And wheels and all the moving thing*.  Chug, chug, chug,  lt rushes to the goal,  As strong electric currents race  Without single breathing space  From pole to farther pole.  On beds of air it spurns the ground  And in a twinkling gets around.  Strain, strain., strain,  In every rod and bolt  It pushes past the starting place  And enters wildly ln tho race  As frisky as a colt;  In scooting round a five rn!!e trae_  Front wheels almost run down the back.  Crash, crash, crash.  Another victim low,  A mass of ribs and driving rods,  Comlngled with tho inert clods;  A call for muslo slow,  A finish that ls Just debris  ���������*.���������**������ -what the crowd tiad ps!��������� to mmm.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINIG REGULATIONS ti  t  * Sealed Tenders addressed to the uh- 9������al aalaing-rights of the Dominion;  dersigned and endorsed "Tender for ia 2_snitoba, Saskatchewan and Alusrta  Jetty and Dredging at the North Arm the Yukon Territory, the North-west  of the Fraser Rj^vB. ^'^|ll^e ^ j Territories and in a ^rtion of the PrJ)-  vince of British Columbia, may be leased  for a   term of twenty-one   years   at  ceived at febis oftiee until i GO f. M., on j  Why We Cultivate Corn.  The purposes of Intereulture tillage  arc, flrst, to kill weeds; second, to keep,  the surface soil receptive to'rainfall;  third, to prevent tbe eviiporutioii of  soil moisture. Cultivating corn four  Inches deep as compared with two  inches deep niily reduce tbe yield 10  per cent, owing to pruning tbo roots.  Four or Qvo cultivations nro usually  sufficient���������Fnrm Progress.  For "Drowned" Land.  How to treat land that is too wot for  crops and not easily drained: Plow it  In a very dry tlmo, thoroughly harrow  und seed to red top (herd's grass) and  nlslko clover.���������-'Fnrm Journal.  ,. Described.  "Have you seen Mra. Greene's now  Jiatr  "1 have."  "What do ypm think of It?"  "It looks as If ber husband had  chosen It for her."  Th* Way It Goes.  ���������"Some women aro born agly.1  *'! aupposo mo."  '"And others nro both ugly and awkward."  Aim* m , *.������        . , ,  .     .  _V������,      ������*_U      Ktlll       MU1UI  high heeled nhoetf."  Beleotlon In Quits.  "Did bo propoHo to herY"  "Well, ho prcssod his suit."  "Why wouldn't ho cult?"  "Because bo hadn't pressed his unit  beforo ho came."  Explained.  "Pn, what Is nioant by tbo nlnn of  omission and of commission?"  "Thoso that nro committed by a com'  mission house, 1 guess."  *tVi*m        l/lll*  (I   -.'.'   *f I      I  ���������������* ..0   .,.  ,1"*  "Are jou auporstitlouu?"  "Not a bit.   I always think bad luck , 11,  comes to ff'iporftiUous peoyla." '  Tuesday, September 30, 1913, for the  construction of Jetty and dredging at  the North Arm of the Fraser River, B.  C  Plans specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender  obtained at this Department and at  the office of O. O. Worsfold, Esq., Distriot Engineer, New Westminster,, B.  O.; W. Z. Earle, Esq., District Engineer, Winnipeg, Man,; J. S. MacLach-  lan, Esq., Distriot Engineer, Victoria,  B. C; J. L. Midland, Esq., District Engineer, Po9fc Office Building, Montreal,  P. Q.; J. G. Sing, Esq., District Engineer, Confederation Lifo Building, Toronto, Ont , nnd on application to the  Postmaster at Vancouver, B. (.3.  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  made on the printed forms supplied,  and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and places  of residence. In bhe case of firms, the  actual signature, the natiii-o of tho oc  cupation, and placo of residence of  ouch inomlirYt of the firm must be given.  Each tondor must be nccompauiod  hy an accptod cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the order of the Honourable tho Minister or Public Works,  equal to flvo per cent (5 p. c.) of the  amount of the tender, which will be  forfoltorl if tho person tendering de  cliiio to enter into a contract when  called upon to do bo, or fall, to complete tho work contracted for. If the  tender bo not accepted the cheque will  bo roturnod.  Tho Dopartment dot-  not bind itself  to accept tho lowest or any tender.  By ordor,  R. O. DK8R00HICRS,  Secretary,  department of Publio Work**,  Ottawa, AugiiHt 18, 101.1.  his  Newspaper**" will not, lie paid for thlfl  mlvi'rri-t-iii'nl- iriiuiy lnoiil tii, ..ilituxi/  authority from the Department.���������'160  an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 3,560 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lease must baanade  by the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent of the distriot in which  the rights applied for aro situated.  In surveyed territory the laud must*  be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in nnsurveyed  territory the trnob applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself."  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee of $5 which will be refnuded if  the rights applied for are not available  but not otherwise. A royalty shall be  paid on the merchantable output of the  mine at the rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish tho Agont with sworn returns  aooouutiug for the full quantity of merchantable ooal iniued and pnv the royalty thereon. If the ooal mining rights  aro not being operated, Boh returns  should bo furnished at loaBt once a year  Tho louse will iucludo tho ooal mining rights only, but tho lossoo may be  ���������jonulttod to purohnao wbutcvor uvull-  ib.o snrface rights may bo considered  iieoonsory far tho working of tho mine  ut tho rato of $10 an aoro.  For fall information application should  bo made to tho Secretary of tho Department of tbo Interior,' Ottawa, or to any  Agent or tiub-Agout. of Dominion Lauds  W. W. OORY,  Doputy Minister of tho Interior  N. B.���������Unauthorized publication of  Mils ndvorthciiifliit will not bo paid for.  bunn������i  i-f-iiPi cts:  /- WIHI timmtm, I Ba  Animal    F������irtili7ftre  moss  '������-__.-_r  ���������Hcticrnlly tho tmin wbo bores us to  rti*.������lth  t"  ���������til*  *���������������������?���������?   "hft   fm  ���������***-*���������!���������������" ���������"*������������������**���������  *;?  hi* wny to do us, to bis opinion, m <_���������-  tinctiTo faror.  Sow Burns' Fertilizers  Atad Reap Dollars.  Call or send for-our  New Pamphlet which is  full of useful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  ^MMMH**MlM������MMM----i-an_HM-M������_WMW  P. BiiBNS & Go.  Llmltod  0mxTr\m-*������*mr*0m*mm mm    mm     .  Head Office  CALGARY; VANCOU.  ER; EDMON TO  XXHm 1RL Mentty  CRANBROOK . B.C.  Funeral Director]  OVen 08 V-ARQ*  KXr-EltlBNCE  jr^*rmm*mmm*ms^'  lr.^mm^q^  THmOm FtflAftKS  DmoNt  OOPVniOHTtt Ac.  ���������menui takoti tlirouuh muiil ��������� _  tpseUi.tMtles, without oWito, in tifo  Sckiiiiflc JIiiici iciiii.  4 ImndMnuly tlliimniUwt irMklr. Urm-tt olr-  yiiUiIrm ol jiny udomiflo lournnl. Turim for  tj'jn*"'^,W������ ������. J������ir, v������������U|i* prepAld.   Bold by  HP������ o.;"*"*"* Br; York  Yrfcocb 0������o������. d������ V BU* WmIiiL.     .. J,0. "  fix  f?'"  mm*mtmm1*mWmimmmm%m0mmmmmmm^ H���������HMff  'SH^'ewff'-HSJSJi'  w.f; r.- ^'.& :'.vr.-r.h.  ;i<,:-.-IYSi';-'.':.:,y',ti..i'-  M ���������.-;-��������� .������ :'-.W  ''SSft'^'ivW*  W^H53  /    Run  on strictlv   uo-to-date     I  ...        ������* .    ��������� ������������������ -.. ��������� ���������  lines.    tJnexcelled service in     j  f    al!"   departraentSv      Kitchen  COMM ODIOUS   1    staff    (including    cook)    all  SAMPLmz white ladies.    Evefy  comfort  and attention given to guests  The bar   is s upplied with  only the best brand of goods*  Porters Meet Trains  fM^^^^^^^^^^^m^m  =_  mm mir ���������      ���������i :^:tititiji;^!������&.Ms!fr&<&,mw  ,tBkOT" ^-S^^*^-|]jte_H  ���������������������������r-'-??.:Y,^'?'?.?Y.?-���������'. B  ti- ���������'���������*___'" ���������_���������__'-- ���������__ *'���������'���������___*'-H-i-���������:':'": ���������.'.;-'-;-,iO.;-V.i-;7Ka  MANAGER  ������ ���������     OWN   YOUR   HOME.  1  KB  I  ^imw^iimmmmWmm^mW^  Kohlrabi Liked by Some Dairymen aa  Food For Cows.  Kohlrabi is a cultivated variety of  the kale or cabbage, distinguished, by  the swelling of tho stem jiist above  the ground, in a globular form, to the  size of a man's fist or larger, leafstalks  springing from the swollen?-..part and  adding to the peculiarity of its appearance. This is the part which is used,  and its uses are similar to those of the  turnip.. y .  In quality the kohlrabi more nearly  resembles the Swedish than tho common turnip, and the use of it for feeding cows does not give their? milk as  disagreeable a Savor as when they are  fed on turnips. Kohlrabi ls very  hardy, its leaves, as well-as the stem  j and tbe root, enduring the most severs'  I winters.  In the cultivation of kohlrabi it is  usual to sow it on seed beds and te  Every young . farmer should  strive to own a home. The home  owner has more opportunity for  efficient service to his community, county and state, a&u tue  comfort and pleasure of living on  one's own farm aro not to be  compared to renting. Rent if  you are not able to buy, but make  your plans for owning your  home.  - ������  o  9  ���������������������������_���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  &POKAN_������S-_FA!R  -MB SEPT. 15 TO 2.1 1013 -J*-*  YOU PAY WHEN CURED  Pre. Kn&iC- TAKE ALL RISKS  fc-c&^Rr fe&te^-- fe-^RsJH  id t>r tlhm N������V Math-il TY-Mwi-mt  PROFESSIONALS  R. STEWART  Real Estate. Loans and Gen  era I Brokerage  Spool n I    represi'ueutive,' The   Nation:.!  Realty Oompnny  Creston  B. C  MO NAMB3 pR MIOT03 USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT    U������l  NERVOUS DEBILITY  j���������_ffte_!i__e^,s_^^  ,  Aw* you noi-voiis and wealr, doppon-  dark olrcloa undor tliom, woftlt baok,  throiiKb Karl*/ lnt)l*er������tlon>, (ukodmo* and _lo������d  iowinit ���������yHiptoniii miu-iII oshmtorm it Utp������ lot*.  dantaWifiuomy, auocka Eotoro Uio oyw,, with <  GUY   LOWENBERG  (       OONfiULTIKQ   ENGINEER  : RESTON  B.C.  . mnn of you.  Vndor Its Influ*  ���������   *     "     blotolio-und ulqors  iislitulncaa. and don-  Bturns to tbo  ., ilnttt",      .   ..  inMv__ weak ___-ao_> "nroiiTaturo dacay, bono pains, balr loouo, sore throat, oto.  ���������^^ "TToO     WILL     DE     A     WRECK  0_r Kmt Ifaikaa T-t^atmaitt enn out-you ami mnua a.mnn ot yq  encoi2R> -r-A%ft������mM {Suw"h_ blood miriaed. no that all plmpUw,  ������^i?KWlflu^ faoo full and olom*, /n������^ ntunw to tbo  mMvWL\^r.lt&tvmKi^ryr*tn.   JVm't 1->t -vari-a and takln rob you o_ your Hard  ���������ajrnad dollank  Wa will aura you or no pay.  EVERYTHING -PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL  BKADERi No matter -who haa traatod you, write for an honoat opinion Fr-a of Chart*.  ^^IIaakaFWaa--*<,TliaQo1danMonltar''   (IlluHlmt-il) on Sacral Dlio-i** of Man.  QUESWON UOT -ORi HOME TREATMENT SENT ON REQUEST  DbsKENNE-Y&KENNEDY  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold Si.,  Detroit, Mich.  OKKLL, YOUNG tk ^*i.  In the Spot Light  On the stage of buimm the spot  light ia on the man who advertise**.  Our CUwified Want Ad������ will  place you or your need* in the lime  light of pulriic attention.  ���������If you have not tried them, their  illiti-niiuting power will tuipnte you.  iriiiiflplnnt by dibbling Into fields, but  this Is perhaps not tbe best method,  ii oiigiii, - uuwevur, lA> ������>6 sown K������������rnii"  than even Swedish turnip. Kulscd  drills are unsuitable for It, owing to  the effect of winds. It is more solid  and nutritious than any kind of turnip  of the sumo size. Thero aro numerous  subvarlctlcs. Kohlrabi grows best ln  a strong, rich soil, with tbo use of  abundant manure. Ono authority says  of kohlrabi':  "Sow in spring, in rows eighteen  Inches apart, afterward thinning tho  plants to eight to ton Inchos. If tbo  weather is suitable tho thinnings may  be planted, but lt is considered difficult to transplant. Keep tho weeds  down, and when tho thickened stems  abovo ground aro two or threo Inches  through tbey aro fit to eat and should  bo used nt onco, being tough when  old.   Cook samo as turnips.'*  International Polo  Tournament  Daily Games between Canadian  and American Teams  $35,000 in Premiitms^  Purses  Competition open to ihe World  The First National  Indian Congress   .  Approved hy U. S. Government       I  SPECIAL CASH PRIZES  POR THE CHILDREN  7_d Seafortk HigWanders Bona  $500CasKPri-esfovBetterBabies  "Ciistw'a Last Fi&ht" Nfthtly  A thriUinA reproduction of thia ftmoua  battle *r."i*ih. 500 Ir-dicr.; ?r.*i':'*y' Sniaiaw*.  ~~ COMBINATION A(JCTION  SALE OF LIVE STOCK OjN  THURSDAY AND FRIDAY.  Fireworks Display Every Ni&ht  Individual Farm Eachibit Prizes  $20,000 Race Program  Seven Races Daily  , Poiili^niMti'aMeetinfe'Wednesday  | Dairymen's Meeting Thursday  Broadsword Battleson Horseback  EXCURSION RAILROAD RATES  C Vot illuatroted Daily Pro_tiim end  Premium Lint, oddrosa 303 Chamber of  Conumatce Building tt Spokane, Waah.  Hi-nl hlHtute and Innuranoo.  rlOUSK8~TO U1CNT  "������������������j** li*"''"*'*' Y**.**  i.i.\ml.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  fire, Llin nnd Acoidont  I ��������� Burn noo  mmpm^mmma faw %f m W m^nMl'  REAL EBTATK, K-i  I RAIL .  I..C  81191 BQ#Ba  Alt ffmrnm-mm-m 4*mM** -f^'-'-tin rift -mti-nf \>*> n-rldr**-*-**-!  mmm***   +\.  ^ *r^. m ��������� 0    ���������* x *.' xm \      .w-   ....'���������.  to our Canadian Correspondence De*.jurl���������  _        _______ -  ment In Windsor, Ont.    If you desire to  see ns peroonally call at our Mcdlail InoUtutc iu Detroit no wc oeo nnd trcnt  mo patlemta in our Wlndoor offices which are for Correspondence and  Laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all lcttcra aa followa:  rnxxxm    *mmm*%imfT\'*r   ������...  VI-MMPnV    It ft-.J.-..   f\mS-  Electric Restorer for Men  Ph-ft-li-ii-l iciilarcu ovo.'v nerve in tlio body  ir""P,_!:,!!,",*lto It* proper tension | rMtoreri  .I villi*-      ���������' * ���������-������������������-������������������ ���������  A. Mirabelli  Saddle and  *ttm...m.m..m..mx  0%mx mux mm. MmmMmmmm  *m%m-gm-mmmm mumgg  _ &PBOIALTY  vim niiil vlliilltv.   I'ramntiire i^rny ami all hoku������j  -n-eakneaa avnrted at once,    rhoiplumol -will  *������������!.     vrnin nitwn.,n      l������.l^������ *H * \\t\m   nilwn lOf  fl   | ar>.   Mailftd to any _.iitr.������������. "Kix* mmm-is ****** \\  At     | Jl^     U*   rim*Ummti,mm   f*mm I I  ^        I    ���������"        "  Dealer in   hig'i   cla^s  ViAOro  nnrl   es.1A**������������t,  HENS  AND  THEIR  KIN FOLKS.  A. good way to keep off disease Is to  dig up a portion of tho soil where tho  lions assemble, so tbat thoy can scratch  and bavo a dirt bath ln tho cloan fresh  earth.  t'roviuo a *������oou vyvu ttUvu for tho  young turkeys to mnst in and don't allow thom to wander off. Tbelr valuo la  too groat to allow them to tako up with  tho neighbor's flock.  Always mako the nest boxes easily  removable, so that thoy may Ik������ fro-  qnently tnkon out of tho houso nnd  cleaned, disinfected and troatod for tho  destruction of vonnin.  I Dncko and gecso do not roost und������  when housed with chickens, nro obliged to inhalo tho bad nlr from tho floor  tinder or near tho porches. A, low shol-  tor nnd a small yard -will make thsm  I Save your Piano hy  having, an expert  m$)mm.    >������^->n������_     f������������mImMI  I  WVJfWMf        ��������������� mmmmmmmgpm  J.A.P. CROMPTON  CnESTON,       B. C.  WORK GUARANTEED. ALL  ���������m. If * ....... *..  IL  INDS OF REPAIRS.  rm,0-,0*m. m *     m*ir\   ���������'������ ������  OROP A  rst* t i  4  ���������yy>$m  SStt^Sffffii  nm ta .  !?*<!:  B  THE REVIEW, CBESTON, E. .Ci  Ti  njustice  By Arthur Applin  Warti, Leek & Co., Limited  Coijclon,  Melbourne. & Toronto*  Smf  (ContiP'ieai  Switching out the lights he closed  his front door again and descended  into tho streets. He walked to the  Broroapton Road rind boarded a passing  omnibus to West Kensington.  r j e&c-iJLJV   iie   J-uuuu   uiuiSen   uuisiue  made you. -  Without vouchsafing a reply, Scribner walked away; the Jew walked by  bis side.  Tfco moneylender- turned spy, Scribner blurted cut savagely at last. I  don't walnt" your company, Roberts,  so you had better clear o\xt.  Roberts continued to smile.  Do you hear -what I say? Scribner.  shouted. If you continue to pester  rno I'll call a constable* and give you  in charge.  Roberts laid a hand on Scribner's  shoulder. What are you doing with  that woman? I saw you leave Salisbury's house with her. Plotting  some fresh devilment, eh?  Stopping abruptly Scribner faced  the moneylender. 1_3re was still  a nasty wound on his temple, his eyes  were bloodshot. So you have been  playing the part of private detective,  eh? he hissed. You have fonud  something 3*011 want more than money  and that's why you broke your promise to me und turned thief. You  thought I was down and done for. I  suppose you've made a nice little  compaot with Miss de Fontaigne to  save the man she loves on consideration that she marries vou? "Well,  you'll fail, my crafty Shylock.      Not  Francks'  Saintsbury's house. There were lights  In the dining .-00m window; now and  then shadows fluted across the blind.  He could net distinguish the shadows  probably they -were those of. Saintsbury and his wife.  And Roberts smiled grimly; they  were not lamenting the death of their  daughter, but they were planning the all your money will save  destruction cf the man they had  forced her to marry. And all the  pent-up emotions in the Jew'3 breast  birst into flame, overwhelmed him,  and for the moment changed love into  hatred.  The square was deserted; . the  lights from the gas lamps flickered  dimly here and tuere. London's song  came rSintiy as ii from a distance.  Aaron Robt.ts stood against the  railings, wultin-?. He leaned over the  rails listening intently as if he would  hear what was said behind the closed  windows.  As he stood, the opening of a  door startled him. He turned round,  he sew a n:an and a woman descending the steps of Saintsbury's house.  lie drew baok, then stood quite still.  Tha man he recognized as Scribner.  hut he did not know the woman. She  appeared to be dressed in shabby finery, a large hat with dissipated feathers set jauntily on her head. She  rlrr.gged   her   feet   along   the   ground  wearily  as if she had already tramp- ��������� *������������������-   ed tco far and was tired. CHAPTER XXVI  He waited until they had crossed I The inquest on the body of Ella  the road and were walking beneath I Franks took place early the. following  the shadov. i of the trees of the square, j morning   at   Westminster?    Extracrd-  Hfe, or buy Miss de Fontaigne. I  have a witness to-morrow who will  swear that she saw Jimmy Francks  pour the poison into the tumbler  which he gave to his wife.  Scribner turned away with a sneer  and hailed a passing taxi-cab. The  Jew started but quickly recovered his  composure.  I am glad to hear that, he said  quietly. If you can conclusively  prove that Francks really killed hl_-  wife you will earn his undying gratitude.  Without another word Roberts  strode away along the pavement  Owning  the   Farm  or  Being  Owned  When tihe plain truth is written it  must be -stated that the jnas-iiifieeiiG  prairies are Inhabited ih large:?meas-  ure by people who are very materialistic in the!.* tastes and thlnkingiYjh  the hurry and excitement --of tracking*  good on the homestead, the? _n|>r sensibilities are frequently dulled, fand  many forget that worthy citi?enijartp  is not simply a matter cf? making ?a  living, but of living a life. -We need  more frequently to be remlhded=that  man does not live by bread aloner���������  that we have other needs than the  mere vulgar necessity of three meals  a day, and a placo to sleep at night.  The farmer and his wife who decide  that so far as their house ls concerned the esthetic, the beautiful, the love  of truth and goodness, the pleasure of  pure and innocent fun, tke comradeship of.worthy books; the gladness of  music, the mirth <. laughter the mysterious awe which comes over those  who take time to pry into Nature's  ^ wonderland���������we say that the farmer  and his wife who decide that these  things are legitimate and desirable���������  that they are worth taking time for  ���������such persons as these make no mistake.  There are many farm homes In  which far too great a premium is put  upon* that quality of character which  is misnamed industry. The father  takes pride in the fact that his boys  are everlastingly on the grindstoue  from dawn to dusk and that they  have no time for gadding. Ho prides  himself that they are hard workers.  And yet his sons are mere drudges.  They may hold the record for a big  day's stocking but they know nothing  about books or flowers or tho relaxation of an idle day with a Ashing  rod. They pass by, unnoticed, the  sunlit ripples and the cool, -deepr shadows  of the  farm  brook;   they  never  Orlgl-i of Irish Lac*  Irish lace originated from the failure of the potato crop that caused the  famine of 1848. The abbess of a convent in County r Cork, looking about  for somelocrative? ? employment? ? to  help the half-starved children, who attended' her schools, unravelled thread  by thread & scrap :of^ point derMtlah,  and finally mastered "the complicated  details. Bhe then selected the girls  who were quickest of needtewdrk and  taught them' what she had painfully  learned, .The new industry prospered, Yatid one of the pupils, in a pardonable buli, declared ihat if it had  not been for the famine we would all  have been starved.  Scribner turned as if to follow him,   look  up  to   behold  the  glory   of the  a frown knit his brows, and a perplexed, look came into his face, but it  quickly cleared. Bluff! he muttered,  getting into the cab and giving the  ehuuffeur his address.  But long before the Jew reached  his flat he was bitterly regretting his  impulsive reply to Fred Scribner's  threat.  sunset; they know not the cunning  way?- of the boo, nor the wonderful  world of plant iiie about their feet;  they are just common drudges, work-  ins ait .day* long in God's wonderful  laboratory, but. wiih eyes that are  holden that ti ey may not see.  Wc i-&kt> to pica for mere idling.  Pure Jiidob-uco is always a crime  And frequently it leads to other  crimes worse even than itself. But  there is no indolence in an hour now  and then with the children in gathering, naming aud admiring the prairie  then ho fn'.lowed.     Scribner was talk-j inary ki;*r<?sr was taken in the case  flowers;, in. an effort to surround the  Who Was He?  Father, said a boy of twelve, who  was Shylock?  What, exclaimed his father, have  J. sent you to. Sunday school for the  past six years, ouly to have you ask  me who Shylock was? Shame on  you! Get your Bible and find out  this minute!  Customer���������I  want  a  ton   cf  coal.  Dealer���������Yes, sir.      What'siae?  Customer���������Weil, ii it's not asking  to~ much. I'd like to have a 2000  wound ton.  Life In Macedonia  "Wo arose early one February morning and I*������ft onr fairly clean hotel  In Neapoiis for four i.ours of travel  over the modern road near the Via  Egnatla, which should take us to' ancient Phlllppl. Our vehicle was a  6omewhat dilapidated hack, such as  Americans are familiar with at almost  every considerable railwa-v station but  surprisingly comfortable conveyance  for this part of the world. Rattling  down some steep, roughly paved  streets we came to the centre of the  great Roman aqueduct-and ascended  another Bteep street on the other side  Of.the marketplace.   -.  Early as it was, we -found that tha  people of Kavalla were up and doing.  The stalls of th������ fruit men were attractive with oranges, pomegranates,  lemons and dates. The vegetable  Idealers displayed a tempting array 1-���������  cauliflowers, cabbages onions^ okra.  leeks and potatoes."  As In all eastern cities, there was  no privacy. The cook was preparing  bis breakfast on the sidewalk, lhe  shoe-maker:., was plying his awl, the  tailor his needle, and the blacksmith  waB shoeing his horses:almost In the  very .\ireet.  His Busy Time  Doctor, why don't you take a vacation?  I can't now, my patients need me.  Thty aro beginnir.f-; to come back  from their vacations.  Nf?!_y___!t[ PEADIE  i'SiS* f sjUsJ S I_UI JLi-i  MADE CHEERFUL  GJL LETTS LVE  EATS DIRT-      &  'jwwafl  1,3  ^GlUET-rm^paiiiYUMlTEPS".  ^"PIS   toronto"6nt.   -*"������������������*���������'  RAILWAYS. AND    CARTAGE  MJM, .  -/���������H:-.-������*  ������������ IltUUlua  D:-l, phi..   BJk,.;U  Shatteifcu Nerves  He���������Does your father know I expect  to ask him for your hand?  ticing for half an hour every morning  with  dumb-bells.  From a second-hand book catalogue:  Dickens  (C)���������Pic-Nic Papers.  Just tho thing to wrap sandwiches  in.  ing. and now and then the woman! and long before the hour'fixed for the  nodded her head as if in assent, but j enquiry th-? streets leading to tho  Roberts could not hear what was sard. * court house w-re almost blocked with  It was eviiu.-t that Scribner was very j -A virions crowd which, though per-  much  in eame-st,  it seemed as if he j fectiv  aware  it could not  obtain ad-, lightful    associations     and     constant  other things of beauty; and in a word  ta live in companionship with the  farm, regarding it not merely for its  mercenary value, but also for its^e-  >  were giving the wc������a;i instructions. '  When    they   reached"    the    district;  railway sta.ion they stopped. Slipping  his hand into    his    pocket    Scribner  mission, were anxious to watch the  arrival and. departure of the witnesses and principal actors aud actresses  in the strange tragedv which had oc-  handed   the   woman   something,   and ; cur red in. the popular hotel  round of interest and of surprise  There are some families who really  own their farm aud enjoy it; but there  are other families who think they own  a farm, but who in reality are owned  Roberts saw her nod and leer Into  his face. Then she entered the  st-itio-, purchased ������ ticket at the  booking-office and disappeared from  sight.  Scribner waited for a few minutes  as   if   to  make   sure   she  had  really   news "and repeated the latest gossip,  right,   and some even wage-red on lhe result  It was notable that the major por-'by  it. and have become its slave  tion of the crowd was composed of  women, and only morbid curiosity-  could have compelled them to stand  in the rain for many hours.  They   eagerly   devoured   the- latest  Nor-West Farmer.  gone? then turned away to the  The Jew hesitated, uncertain whether to follow the woman or the man.  As he  crossed    the    road    uncertain  of the inquest.  Already the popular opinion was  i that Francks had deliberately poison-  what-'to "do, Scribner turned round asjed his wife.  If suddenly conscious that he was be-J The inquest opened with the formal  jr-.g followed. ^ The lights froni. tlie j ideiitifica-tion of the body by Mr. Sam-  siaiion full full upon Aaron Roberts' ��������� uel Saintsbury; the divisional surgeon  face, and as the Honorable Fred re- who made the autopsy deposed that  cognized him an oath escaped his death had been caused by aconite pois-  lips. oning.    He    said    that    about    four  Half a dozen steps brought the Jew   grains   of   the   extract  of  aconite  or  to his sidrj  The prophecy "s being fulfilled, the  latter s.ikl sharply, looking ut Scribner with an ugly smile. You're already making friends with one of the  nrniy or outcasts, eh?  Scribner shrugged his shoulders.  Not a bit of good following me,. Mr.  Roberts, .he said cuttingly. I can't  pay you! If you take my advice you  will strike off my debt as a bad one,  instead of throwing good money away  trying lo ri i-ovi'i*  it.  Outwardly the Jew was calm; the  hatred which a moment ngo exuded  from his eyes bad apparently disappeared; lie laughed easily,  I have never made a bad debt, yet,  Mr. Scribner, and 1 haven't the least  fear but: that you'll repay me a thou-  i-andfuld for the last little advance 1  m  iviarine  ivusnOmer  It's rather odd that they should call  a steamer a "Eramp.  Why so?  Fancy   a tramp   needing  water  got along on.  *q  Over the Counter  Are these candies fresh my pretty  one? asked the youth with the sunset socks.  -.they are fresh, but not In your  class, answered the saleslady with  the Titian hair.  State  of  Ohio.  City of  Toledo,        .  lAieas County .'      "  Frank .T. -lieney makes oath that he ls  senior paiti.er of tho firm of S*. J.  Cheney .t Co.. doing business in the city  cf Toledo, Coti-fit"/ siiin Stsits aforesaid,  and*-That said Arm will pay the sum of  ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and  cverv case of Cattm-h that cannot be  cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.  FRANK  -1.   CHENEY.  Sworn to bei-.o me and subscribed In  :   - presence.   t~s  6 th  day of December,  ������    TV     IS'.",  "''Seal") A.   W.   GLB3ASON,  Notary Public.  J-IaM's Catarrh Cure ls taken Internally,  f .id acts directly oh the blood and  ffluc���������a surfaces of the Bystem. Send  for test,  -onlals free.  F. J. CHENEiY & CO.. Toledo, O.  Sold  lv till  firti-gists.' 76e-  Tc-o Hairs Family rills for coasttpa-  tlon.  Good blood���������rich, red blood���������makes  all the difference between health and  sickness. If the blood is thin and  watery, the health of the whole body  suffers. The sufferer becomes nervous anC Irritable; the stomach failrs  in strength and the appetite becomes  poor. Food does not give the necessary nourishment, and the first feel-  tefg of weakness passes, as time goes  on, Into a general breakdown in the  health. Tho case of Mrs. Angeli-  que Gagnon, of St. Jerome, Que.,  illustrates the' truth of these statements. Mrs. Gagnon says: "I am  fifty years of age and up to a few  months ago always enjoyed the best  of health. Then I began to feel rundown and weak, without patience or  ambition. My appetite grew poor,  and my nerves seemed to be on edge,  and the least noise or worry wouid  make ma irritr-ble and nervous. Life  became an ictral burden and I could  no  longer  look  after  my  household  Canadian    Railways    Cancel    Tariffs  ������������������'   Covering Cartage Points in  Bomin]on  xva,iw*ay_ oj. Canada have Issued  notice of cancellation of tariffs covering cartage points in Canada, effect-  Ive October 1, 1913. Oh and after  that date shipper3 and consignees  will be expected to make their own  arrangements for cartage.  It is stated that this action on the  part of the^^transportation companies  In the result of the failure to renew  existing  contracts  with  the  cartage  *   ���������*���������*������������������^Iftaa    -t-Vt^i    -���������n+'T-.ri**-'  *-     -"���������   "���������'vMf     V**������U         ContesL   Winners   Shortly   to   be   Announced  Though still busily engaged in the  tremendous task cf  reading the let-  t.!SL,r^S-,ein ^m>,���������^J\������������0  Af'tTr fking The puls'ToTa few^weeks  I   could   see  an improvement,  and   T  dered a change, saying that I was a  nervous wreck. I tried to "h^rir,���������**;  interested in other things nut failed,  and my condition was really deplorable. I continued in this condition  for several months, gradually going  down, and as my doctor was not helping me I was easily persuaded! by a  friend to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  claiming that owing to Increased cost  of supplies, labor and. other matters  entering into the performance of the  service, they paust havo increased  compensation. On the other hand,  the railways contend that it Is impossible to increase their burden of such  extra expenses for the very reason  given by the cartage companies���������  namely, increased expenses.  The change In conditions at cartage point j in Canada, it is pointed  out, Is in line with practices which  have long prevailed at American  Cities, whera the public are obliged  to make their own arrangements with  the cartage companies for deliveries  to or from the railway terminal.  One of tbe commonest complaints  of infants Is worms, and the most ef-  duties." My doctor prescribed and or-  fectivs application for them is Moth-  ^er Graves' Worm Exterminator.  rrchool   children  in   the   contest   con-  T  he -tight Soap  or Baby's Ski_  ������������fWir.-ir-_ Snarl  a* r._jr   ������������������'%_��������� ������_*������������������ m*mm ������w w��������� ������-��������� ���������������> ^r^rjjw  1?  Jt  one dram of the tincture would be a  fatal dose; the broken bottle which  had -tfn found in the fireplace would  have held an ounce of the tincture.  The broken bottle and the tumbler in  which the dose had been administered  were produced. Doctor Sowers, in  answer to the coroner, said that traces  of spirit of sal-volatile remained in the  tumbler when ho examined it shortly  after he had been called in. Ha  agreed with Dr. Maitland that tli*  symptoms of aconite poisoning generally came on Immediately. In case  Oi! the deceased, death took place vi thin an hour walch was a remarkably  short time. Everything possible wan  done to save the life of the deceased.  He said that Mr. Francks was greatly distressed and apparently did all  in his power to save his wife's life.  Tho ni'-ial cause of death was syncope, caused by the administration of  a fatal dose of tincture of aconite.  When Francks was called ho gave  his evidence calmly and quietly; it  was practically a repetition of the  statement lio had made to Detective  Inspector Heriot in the silting room of  the Savoy Hotel.  Then Iris do Foiilalgne wns called,  ar.;l a subdued mrumur arose in the  court, every person present ireorlng  anxiously forward to catch a glimpse  of her. She was evidently terribly  nervous, her face wns hidden by a  heavy veil which she did not lift, and  at first her answers to the questions  addressed her by tho coroner wore  scarcely audible. She was not detained long ln tho witness box, and  hor evidence  seemed  to  throw  llttlo | reply.  Thank henvonl  light upon  tho nffnlr  'Reuben do Fontaigne followed, answering the nucntions addressed to him  lu monosyllables.  yo*: Bay you picked up ono of tlio  bottles in the nii*i.llcliiij case; did you  notice the label?  Reuben shook IiIb brad.  What inadu you touch tho bottloa?  1 don't know!  'N the care of  baby's skin and  hair, Cuticura  Soap is tho  mother's favourite. Not  only is it unrivaled in purity and rcfrcrhing  fragrance, but its gentle emollient properties render it of  great value in promoting skin  *nd hair health generally.   For \, ��������� >m> 1W\]��������� u,������ ���������col?^*_ ������f ,!nS  7,    , .    mb J      *        lll'iuld   In  the  boltlo  you  picked up/  thetreutmentoleczemas,rashes |   t;r<e������.  and other itching, burning in-      Al*1* >������������������������������������ i>������t u back in the ca.-*e   ?  ,      .., ..       ft' . *V. li.ulnn  nodded.      Yen.  jantilc eruptions, warm baths      Yim BUV that whon you wont into  the ili-fHHlng-voom Mr. Frnnckn loft  tho iill ling-room for a moinor.t. ln or-  ikr io iiii-irt yonr ulster at tho r..ft.  Reuben nodded.      YfB.  You cay that wh������**n >'������u wrnt Into  lli'-i ilrrflBlnK-room Mr. Francks loft,  tho plttlng-rontn for a moment in or-  ditr lo me ft yonr slider at Hip lift.  Durliij*; the timo l"i wan nl-m-iil. -u-o  you pi'i'iiiiivd io kwi-iii- Hint no uno  (���������i-ii ������..i|i.i'.'-il   llll;  ri.-Hi7  m-uhi-ii niiiiiii(j(l tnu'omfoi'liihly in  the wliiici'ii b'iv nnd hlinlu-il liln itront  cycii.  li'-Hl'tailng before replying.      1  Dr. Ed ware". * Sanger said in New  York:  "We should not announce cures unless ihey are real cures. Imagination plays too great a part in a patient's feelings.  Imagination must always be reckoned with medicine���������.sometimes as a  friend, sometimes as a foe. I know  a doctor who treated an old woman  for typhoid, and on each visit he  took her temperature by holding a  thermometer under her tongue. One  dt.y, when she had nearly recovered,  the doctor did not bother to take her  temperature und he had hardly got  100 yards Trom the house when her  son called him back.  Mother is worse, eald the man.  Come back at once.  The doctor returned. On his entry into tbo sick room the old woman  looked up at him with angry and reproachful eyets.  doctor, Uio Bald, why didn't you  give me tbo jigger under me tongue  today? That always dono mo more  good than all tho rest of your trash.  Sea! Sea everywhere, as tho great  liner made her powerful course over  tbo Atlantic.  Oh, captain, cnino a disconsolate  groan from a seasick passenger, half  reeling Iu a deck chair, how tar arc  we off Ian J;  No answer camo to this remark,  which had been reiterated several  tifnea that day.  Oh captain, do    answer   mc���������how  far?  Milo  and a  half,   camo  tho  gruff  Committee, the judges are new -near-  ing the completion of their painstaking work and will shortly make an-  nounccmet-t of winners. The;gener-.  al run of the letters is so excellent  and the determining of superior merit  iu. individual cases so difficult, that  the judges have decided to give, in addition to the prizes already scheduled,  first, second and third medals in each  of the four classes. In ;s. fsw ^ava  the awards of these and Of the 2,000  other prizes offeree, will be known by  the pupils who throughout the country are eagerly awaiting the news.  Corns are caused by the pressure of  tight boots, but no ono need be troubled with them long when so simple  a remedy as Holloway's Corn Care is  available.  Odd Uses of Sugar  If all the sugar that is eaten In tha  course of a year were to be equally  divided, every person in the world  would hava at least twenty pounds.  But besides being used as food, sugar  has many Industrial uses. It Is the  cheapest form of a chemically pure  carbohydrate, and is often used in  place of starch, dextrin, or glucose.  Sugar is frequently put ln compounds  for removing and preventing boiler  scale  gladly continued using tbem for a  couple of months, when I found my  health fully restored. I am more  than thankful fer what Dr. Williams'  Fink fills have done tor hie, and'-i.  gladly recommend them to all who  are; weak, nervous and run down."  By making rich, red blood Dr. Williams* Pink Pills cur* such cases as  Mrs. Gagnon's. In tha same way  they cure ervous headaches, neuralgia, indigestion, rheuniatism, St. Vitus dance, and the ailments that come  to growing girls and women of mature  years. If you are at all unwell start  to-day to cure yourself with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, what they have done  for others they will surely do for you,  if given a fair trial. Sold by all  druggists or by mail, post paid, at 50  cents a box or six boxes for $2.50 by  addressing The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brock ville, Ont.  Tanning by Electricity  A new electric tanning process, Invented by the Swedish scientist. Dr.  A. Grota, and applied on a practical  scale in an English works, is attracting much attention, and one of the  prominent electrical firms is to tako  it up for commercial use. With this  method, the hides are put in special ���������  vats along with metal conductors, so  as to carry out an electrolytic action,  "and this will tan the hides in much  less time than Usual, for instance,  six weeks as compared to severs!  months. ''Leather'of better quality  Is produced In this way, and the method gives a perfect and solid tanning.  Various electrical devices In the shape  of regulators, also safety apparatus  for over-current, make the process almost an automatic one-  At first It has been contended, men  used both arms Indifferently, and  those who when fighting pushed the  right side forward had the advantage  of shielding their hearts and so lived  to produce descendants who inherited  their tendencies. Be this as it may,  there is no doubt that the two sides of  the brain have different functions, and  right or ��������� left-handedness   is   by   no  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper  .. .��������� ������������������  . .��������� ..     ���������,���������     .    . means restricted to tho arms alone.  It Is used in the manufacture  0ne lnVe_tIKator wus very often able  In what dlrocilon  captain?  A twlnklo c-nio for a moment ln  tho oyo oi tho Vrusquo old Bea dog.  Straight down! ho grunt cd.  jm*** ii ��������� mmmmxmmsmmmm************  Their Aim  I suppofio, said the husband, I sup.  pooo that you women want to voto  Just llko mon do?  Oh, no, ropllod bin wife, thnt is not  tho point. Wo want to voto a grout  rlonl bolter than tho mon do.  of shoe-blacking, transparent soap  copying-Ink, nnd inkrollers for print-  presses. Certain explosives contain  from six to forty per cent, of it. It  is employed In dyeing establishments,  by tanneries for -filling leather and In  a large number of other Industries.  Sugar has a hardening and strengthening action ln mortar. Tho mortar  used to robuild tho Museum of Natural History ln Berlin consisted of  one part lime, ono par', sand and two  parts sugar. Even a vory small  quantity, however, ovon ns llttlo cs  one-quarter ot one por cent, exerts a  very harmful effect on cement.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Garget  Cows  In  to recognise left handedness by the  c-iiii.iiiliis.tl'-ii of th*3 !-?ft eye. Tho  centre of speech Is on tho left side  o������ tho brain of a right handed person  and on the light side of a left handed  person. Children show unmistakable  evidence of two speech centres, though  one atrophies owing to the preference given to ono hand. Nevertheless experiments show that it can be  successfully resuscitated.  A Scotch caddie is almoBt certain  to be a shrewd observer of men and  things, and he Is frequently gifted  with a sharp, tongue of his own.  Lang Willie was for many years  a well-known figure oa the St. Andrews golf links. On the occasion of  Louis Kossuth's visit to St. Andrews  a public dinner was given ln his honor and Willie applied for a ticket to  the bailie who waa in charge ot tho  arrangements. The worthy man  curtly refused the application, saylnj  to Willie tbat it was no place for tho  likes of him to be at the dinner.  No for the likes of me? was Willie's  indignant x-ejoiudeT-. I've been la  the company of gentlemen from 11 to  ���������1 o'clock malst days for the last  thirty years, aud that's mair than you  cr.:i sa!y!  A teacher iri a big elementary school  had given lessons to an, infant class  on the ten commandment'*. In order  to test their memories she asked:  Can any little child give moa commandment with only four words in  It?  A hand was .valsod Immediately.  Well? said tho teacher.  Keep off tho ������������������v'.bb, was the reply.  Now Its See America Flrat  I thought they wero going to Bur-  Net Stationary  A carpenter who had boen engaged  to build a cabinet for paper envelopes  and other oITIgo suppllos in a local i opo for the summer? .  commission house  was buny  at his      Whon did they toll you that?  task when ono of tbo bookkeepers In-      Last November  with Cuticura Soap, followed  by gentle applications of Cuti-  euraOintmcnt are usually effective when other methods fail.  Cuticura Soap wears, to a wafer,  r f ���������) A*i      nnl I'l-'l .������*i/������     f/'ivivil    r*** ***i 1' or*  ������/*   kV'- *Jl+l.**+..0\fim*xm.        t-vtv^*.**       \   t~������ m - <- **0  of ordinary * o;jp and making  its use nio.-.t economical.  The Remedy  Aluminum Servant of Man  Whon tho history of our ago is  written tho story of aluminum ls going to occupy a prominent page, says  Ifarpors' Wcokly. It Is qulto as won-  dorful as tho story of electricity, the  fl-pervadlng clout that Iny hidden  I* ugoB in murky clouds, In masses  coal, copper and soft Iron, nnd In  myriads of waterfalls, until Franklin  und Moroo and Edison put hint In  harness and made htm ono of tho  n.ost uaoful and Ingenious servants ot  man Aluminum, which constitutes  nearly 0110-twolfth of the earth crust,  lay obscure null1. Sir IIurnphr(-y D,'������vy  In 1808, declared that clay and many  quired:  I    Is that going to be n stallonory cabinet?  No, I don't think so, roplied tho  worker. At least I havo Instructions  to put casters on It.  An ordinary piano contains about  a mile of wiro. Genius will yet beno-  fit humanity by Inventing a wireless  piano for amateurs.  Oh, everybody was going to Europ*  for tho summtiv last November.  Johnny, said tho mother severoly,  somo one has taken a big ploco of  glngor enko out of tho phntry.  Johnny blushed ������uiklly.  Oh, Johnny, she exclaimed, I did  uot think it was In youi  It ain't all, ropllod Johnny. Tart of  tt ls in Elslo.  .      , .    ,,     clayey rocks depended   upon    sotr.o  Shc���������Gcorgo dear, hero's a sol^ntlBf motnl as a bnno.  who says tho earth is wabbling on Its  axis. What do you euppc-jo they can  do about It?  Gcoigo (nbsonlly)���������Open up tho  nnifflor, rovorso tho lovm* mint oi: tho  power, lubricate tho beat'lnua imd  tighten tiio wheel cap.  Cikurii .'������������������������������������'���������|i tiinl  Oirruii/lifiiit. I In'- *-.(,ilrl  J.l.'.ll,  will)  Oiii'lur-lil   hlu   M/lil  A IIImt'iI nn.inI>|i*> ������if  ami  Why do you pcr.ilnt tn com  I tell you I don't. bily r.c  :J p:ii;i- I ...inui   i,u   iiii-i:ii  0  ������i ..   ,i i.      . ,, ���������,-  I.,   ., ���������-,  ������.������**.    Aililr<������>. r*iiii<r lime���������*-Chcuj. Corp.*  ������4������t������ 10D, lloutou, U. ti. Am  W    N.   U.  ti-1  lion L   Ilium   uu,) nil.,:   t'i',1)   i;ul.i;nu.  -... V    ,    S    <!,���������     .1 .,  ,,  ���������., ,������,.���������,,,   ,     ,,...���������  iijar, you coiih'. hnvo hoard or iroen  If ruiyoni' had Miterofl from the bed-  ro.'M'i  iippOHllo?  (To   bs  Continued)  Kill lor  im; here  lion.  Author���������-Oh,   I  any ot my utorlen,  nn -ifnrib. aud camo In iiu-rHv to obtain loeul color.  don't.  1  Only   ft   clionp   pcrnnn   will   try   to  make snother person feci chen***.  A Lsrk'o Lofty Flight  Homo Bavarian olllcers experimenting With a balloon, C.000 feet nloft  noticed a llttlo black spc.*k which  Bcomocl to i.ccompaiiy thom and which  (hoy thought wits oho oi tho cards  thoy carried ii'r lb rowing out lopoiln  and that tho dropping of tho balloon  diow U ttlong, but on looking at tho  , , baromotcr they found that tho balloon  wlisli   to   iic.i  wftH  r|n!iiK and  not dropping.    Bud-  ,.��������� a".\ V.'1"*1-*- a donly, howovor, a loud chirping show-  "I'll 0-\     lli. l|i, .���������*.*(. ���������   * , m *��������� *    *      . mm       S *  till     tUll-r.    ll,     IVIIU    it,    ������.������,...      ,114.1...    ,.J .���������f,    *m*  ,������,i.   ���������vi,.inr<!l*i'iry bnlo-bt.    hurt    biw***,  the balloon^  ���������mmWWmw"* mniiKiii*���������PiMim ���������  Tftko Ihlngs easy, If thoy don't hm  lon������ to others.  r-___E_a_TK_&TE_-__a_E3-=e_-e-_E=_5S3Eacs  When you feci iH*i>  Cc^in^ed ������i��������� ������U8!lO  world ���������***������������* to be  ofalnst yarn���������that's  iH_PSWI%>        Mi V'willll  frightened by  MM  yonr system's way  of telegraphing yon that somethlnff U WIlONCf and needs H_Ui\  It t-ftujr bo th_t your llvur Is tlmd *nd rafui*-*_ to work, or yonr  dla������nttv������ orf-ims have had too much to do and noed e������re. P������rli������p������  you h������v������ bean eutlnjr thn wronsf kind of food, and your blood li tow  rich or impoverished.  What yon noed Is ������tonlo..  pr.rierceMjRoiden Medical Discovery  trill bIvo tho required eld. Tones the ������ntlr������ wfmtom* Tlie w������%k utom-Mih f������  mud*) ntro***\ Tha Hreir vlbr*t*������ with nmw llf������. Ttm blood Is el������MW*������d ot sit  |*npurlti������������ m& cunloi r������xi������wed health te ���������very v������h������ mod nerve *nd tmuiele.and  oi-fftre ot tho body, No mors attack* of  the "bin***." Life becomei worth while  sj-falt*-, nud hope t|k������������ yleee of denr-ilr.  Imht on peitlna Dr. Pierce''a  tttHUtm   mtumivuk   tt*imtmPvmry*  Sold bu efea/ew in medlolr,**.  a>mm^^SJ?Km^  ���������fi ��������� ���������*'     , ���������*     *ta*,   .���������^������������������   *>*,i,.i|.ihi t..*i ,'tt '  lUdiottl AsstwUUtitt, .lufolfi. If, T*  i9������Bianu-aa--������BiniiMHMHii������a| mmss*m***mmm  ���������maun i 'immmmmm  3MB_8__-  ���������\mti:ymtimmti;timytiti$^x^^^f^-.--^  r?r--rv tititi ���������;���������>:'ti::        ';-,Y?Y? "'^>^"ifehSS^SS  -:.-'.:'r::-;;r-r;;.-^:-.:..;;^::..~i..^:?A ���������* ..   '_y2*3____i  5CHE REVIEW, CRESTON. B. G.  ;  -V  *73_  ���������   ^l'^-.-r.  i ,4_������_3i__a_^sz2^  Ask your Druggist ox Grocer  to show you ths new plan for  killing all the flies in your  house or store in one night,  and have neither flits nor fly  killers about in the daytime.  Genius Oil Painter  It is told ot Leonardo da Vinci that  while still a pupil, before his genius  burst into lj-iliiancy," -ho received a  special inspiration in this way:  His old and: famous master because  of Ms growi-g Infirmities of age felt  ,obllged to give up his own work and  one day bade Da Vinci finish for bim  a picture which he had begun. The  young man had such reverence for  his master's skill that he shrank from  FROM GREAT LAKES  I iff    ijng*   RBBt-fitEd  tho  task.    The  old  3t,  however.  GREAT BRIDGES  Across the  Facts cf Great Structures  Tay and Forth  Not? the lsast of the extraordinary  feats of trie, redoubtable bridge-builder,  Sir William  Arrol,   was  the  fact  that at one time he carried on  two  such  gigantic  contracts  as   the   Tay  and Forth Bridges.    It was a striking  tribute to his great powers of organi-  ���������?zdti6_..;ahd'rtp'.hls'''geriius''.:fof?enslheer-  Ing on a manimcth, scale..    The con-  ���������strticticn of the Tay Bridge was 'only  ��������� -���������half-finished   when ..he   made ;a: start  with  the gigantic  undertaking which  now  spans the Firth of Forth,  from  the? designs of Sir-.;John /Fowrler and  Sir Benjamin Baksr;;??Over;-?E"   -year  ; was spent in the preliminary preparations alone���������the designing,"iind inak-  ? ing of special plant, the ercetioh''������f  ?workshops?0n shore and the thousands  rand one things essential to the success  .of such a large scheme.    The cost of  r- temporary plant ran to half-a-milllon  r sterling, and included    thirty    steam  :'���������'*:������������������ d other barges, tugs, launches anl  : boats?sixty steam craines and winches,  ?.fifty     hydraulic *   cranes,     forty-eight  Y steam engines an-hydraulic   jacks.  would not accept any excuse, but persisted in his command, saying simply:  Do your best.  Da Vinci at last tremblingly seized  the brush and, kneeling before the  easel, said the following prayer: It'Is  for the sake of my be-loved master  that I implore skill and power for  this undertaking. As he proceeded  his hand grew steady, his eye awoke  with, slumbering genius -.'��������������������������� He forgot  himself and was filled with enthusiasm for his work.  When the painting vvas finished tho  old master was carried into the studio to pass judgment on the result. His  eyes rested on a triumph of art?  Throwing his arms around the young  artist, he ���������exclaimed: My son, I paint  no more. .-..,. ti"  Plan for.a Larger Milk Yield  What virtue is there in hereditary  when it comes to abundant milk production per cow?. Many a dairyman  notices a cowls good, her heifers may  turn out good milkers, sometimes they  do not. What is the trouble? Apart  from such considerations as feed,  care and health, look for one moment  at the possible value of the sire. If  the cows bred to a particular bull  have dropped good milking progeny;  that bull came from good milking  ancestry. There is:the virtue of heredity worth thousands of dollars to  our dairying industry. The melair-  choly reflection Is that scores of these  good milkers can be traced to sires  that have been sold for beef long before their real value had become  known.  Every dairyman who is doing anything at testing his individual cows,  and all  progressive dairymen appre-  WOMEN  SING THE    PRAISES  DODD'S  KIDNEY' PILLS  OF  chlSsr!SXo3t ^um-^^  no*- ciate the far reaclUnS benefits of such  ? menOoi^nf mllWcubm^k o.\im-���������������*-��������������� *?S?^JSlt StrI������-������  ������������������_ ������������������-  ci,.f,- ^ii-c r.t    ���������,������,-_       n-ho  at IShst 1,200 pounds of inilk extra per  ber and . sixty.* miles of    wire.      The  enormous nature of this engineering  ? wOhder of the world may be gathered  ', ���������_.!/���������      ... _    o.ti , 0* 1 ��������� -    m ��������� ���������    a ��������� j��������� ->  . uuui   me  luiiuivmg   Jiguj-es. _ j.ue  wuti  ? length is over a mile and a half, and  consists of two spans, each nearly a  third of a uile long; two spans of six  hundred ahd seventy-five feet each. In  the piers there are about one hundred  and twe.ity thousand cubic yards of  masonry, and in the super-structure  over forty thousand tons-of steel and  some fifteen thousand tons of iron-.  The building of the Tay Bridge was  .an opportunity for a display of his.  engineering genius which the ambitious ' bridgeaitJcer. eagerly welcomed.  A rigorous examination revealed the  old foundations to be insecure, and it  ti wa_ decided?���������> ;build?an entirely hew '?  rbridge, a .short distance far������her*i*rp..the  river.       Within   five  years  from  its  coimuencement���������1882 to   1887���������a ?re-  nr.arkable erection, over two miles in  r length, andr constructed at a cost of  seven hundred and fifty thousand  pounds, spanned the estuary, a. structure strong enough to? defy the fiercest  -gale that sever?..blew..-.- It . was "the.  greatest engineering triumph of the  age.-unci 1 it was eclipsed by a greater���������the Forth Bridge.  Most infants are Infested by worms,  which cause great suffering, ' and if  not promptly dealt with may cause  constitutional weaknesses difficult.to  remedy. Miller's Worm Powders  will clear tho stomach'and-bowels of  worms and will so act upon the system that thei will be no recurrence  of the troublo. And not only this,  but they will repair the injuries to  the organs that worms cause and restore them to soundness.  per  cow to secure the right bull. All  members of cow testing associations  should co-operate in the purchase of  good pure bred sires, changing them  round after two years in one section,  and prove thereby the immense value  cf heredity in their own herds?  Saskatchewan Lady Adds Her Testimony to What Has Already Been  Said of the Great Work Dodd's Kidney. Pills are Doing.  Caesarville, Sask. (Special)���������The  scarcity of female help in a new country subjects the women of the prairies to unusual strain, and careful observation has established the fact that  this stiain first mak ; itself felt in  the kidneys. For this reason Dodd's  Kidney Pills r.re making an enviable  .reputation from the Great Lakes to  the:.'foothills'.rot the>Hockies. ?  Everywhere you Will find women  singing the praise-i of the great Canadian kidney remedy that bas banished their pains and weariness, and  brought them back to health. Among  the many is Mrs. Edgar Cowen, an  estimable lady of this place.  ',<1   -nnir_    tnix-nA    T_./l/l������^    TVIrJ p ������...    "DJllo.  m     _������* * v. -  AVrMUw..    ^rvr_VA  p ���������   xXXIX^x^SJ       x. l,XO  very beneficial," Mrs. Cowen states.  "If anything I can say will help any  .sufferer I am glad to add my testimonial to what has already been said."  The kidneys strain aU the refuse  material out* of the blood. * If tbey  are but of order this refuse remains in  the blood, and becomes poison? That's  why sound kidneys mean pure blood  and good* health. BoddX,..Kidney  Pills make sound kidneys..  ONTARIO   WOOD   SUPPLIES  Where C: lieges Fail  Any effort tc benefit the nation  must be made through the child? To.  enlarge further the scope of agricultural teaching in the high schools or  the universities will gain but little for  the people- Such effort will but develop the latest talent of the few, who  will' soon begin to exploit their knowledge for personal ends.  Knowledge acquired after 16 lacks  the elements of unselfishness.? Such  knowledge tends toward self ������entering ends... It is a waste to give more  to "institutions for higher learning, for  they have already proved ? themselves  inadequate--'in. developing a conscious  citizen-hip.?'  The college graduate la hot always  a.desirable attachment toitia,:.working  community. Expert knowledge we  must . have, but the expert who has  net learned through doing, lacks balance,, the soul ballast that streams of  sweat .and corded muscles give to the  man who equalizes life-through the development of both the mental and physical seW; a life rounded by experience and contact with actualities.  Dir.ing on Books  With "the exception of minerals it  ia difficult for one to find on the  earth's surface substances that do  not tempt the appetite of some sort  of animal. The list of qiieer articles  of diet includes the earth, which is  munched with' satisfaction by the  clay eater, and the walrus hide, which  the Eskimo relishes as much as John  Bull his joint of beef.  ? It is not generally known, however, that men, as well as mice and  bookworms have eaten dinners that  have consisted only of books.  In 1370 Barnado de Visconti compelled two Papal delegates to eat the  bull of excommunication which= they  had brought him, together with its  silken cords arid leaden seal- As the  bull was written an parchment? not  paper, it was aU the more difficult  to digest.  '.''������������������  There was also an American general who had signed a note for,2,000  florins, and when it fell due compelled  V.s���������        f.~f.AU-f^mr.        tf.    i.m*    Ir TKo    Tot.  li&O vr^urWAO .v-      <o������*,.������      ������������. . ��������� *.w       ��������� w~  tars, when books fall into their possession, eat them, that they may acquire the knowledge contained in  them.  A Scandinavian writer, the ��������� author  of a political book, was'compelled to  choose between being beheaded or  eating his manuscript boiled in broth.  Izaac Volmar. who wrote some spicy  satires against Bernard, Duhe of Saxony, wa3 not allowed the courtesy of  the kitchen, but was forced to swal-  ' low them- uncooked.  Still worse was the fate of Philip  Oldenburger, a jurist of great renown  who was condemned not only to' eat  a pamphlet of his writing, but also  to be" flogged during his repast with  orders  that the flogging  should, not  He Wouldn't Do  W-- wero going along ut an awful  speed, he said, I didn't see the dog,  but 1 heard his kl-yl, so I ordered tbe  chauffeur to stop. Going back, we  found an irate woman standing over  her dead dog���������one of the ugliest dogs  you ever saw. ' She met us with a  tirado of, strong remarks, telling  us In no uncertain terms what she  thought of us and motorists-iu general, finishing up by calling us the  murderers of her dog. Ic was. then  that I thought I would pacify her.  Madam. I eald, I will replace your  tono of voice, you flatter yourself.   .  The Way of i:  Some men make fools of themselves  for a pretty girl and a lot of others  don't oven hnve thnt excuse.  mmtmm^mm* i **i ii* ' m*m9     ^tmmmmmmms  ��������� Doing a Man's Part  What aro you doing for our cause?  asked a sun'ragebto worker.  Doing,, roplied tho man. I am  supporting ono of your most enthusiastic members.  Lost Coste  Throo generations will think I am  tho ProBldont of tho Ananias Club,  the; shade of General Bhermtm moodily remarked.  What's tho matter? asked Napoleon.  Why Carnogle has abolished war  and tho thoologlami have abollBhod  hell, replied Sherman.  The Printer Pirates   .  An Instalment agent had sold an  album to every man in the composing  room. The terms were 25 cents down  and 25*cents a week, albums delivered  ou the first payment. We all  promptly sold or hooked our albums  and declined to pay even the flrst  weekly Instalment. The agent as a  last resort decided to complain to  the fore-man. Ho came Into "the office about 8 p.m. and the foreman  spied him as he entered the composing room.  Boys, said tlie boss^iiuter in a  tone, loud enough for. every one in  the room to hear, why are wo like  (j ji utca ......  Wo all gave It up.  Because, announced the boas, we'll  give 'iho  album man  no quarter?  Tho album man turned and left  and we saw him no more.  /joaoo until  last' crumb.  MUU ��������������� VV -A-.trf* v* *���������.��������� \A  illA  eml  la, AIHncftlci-iicUHncM'.  |       SNAP COWll-ANY. I .Win). . Montreal.  ^mmmmuH0mmmmmm,���������..,,.'v,,m,,., , .i,.,.., ������������������������������������������������������i������������������  W.  N. U, 061  A number of men gathered In the  smoking cur ot a train from Little  Rock to another point in Arkansas  were talking of the food best calculated to sustain health.  Ono Arkansan, a _tout, florid man,  with short, gray hair and a Belf-satls-  flod air, was holding forth in great  Btyle.  Look at mo! ho exclaimed. Novor  hud a day's sickness in my life. All  duo to simple food. Why gonto,  from tho time I was twenty to whon  I reached forty I lived a regular llfo.  None of thono cffomlnato delicacies  for mo. No Into hourB. Every day,  suii'tiuei* uud wlutor, I wont to.boil ut  0; got up at 5. Lived principally on  cornod boot and corn bread. Worked  lia'rd, ������ent8---workea hard from 8 to  1. Thou dinner; plain dinner; then  an hour's exerctao, nnd then���������  Excuse me, Interrupted tho stranger, who hnd remained, sllont, but  what were you ln for?  A rlnn nt the telephone drew the  office boy.  Lady to talk to you sir, he eald to  tho senior partner.  Tho senior 'par.lm.er took up the receiver nnd stood at tho phono for several minutes.  Then ho laid tho receiver down  a 'id weut back to his doBk.  ." w only minutes later ho i'ubu*d the  i-culvor, said a fow words und pro-  cently hun*r U- up.  Thon ho turned to his partner.  It wns my wife, he explained, hIio  wan still talking and hadn't mlaucd  me.  Quotations.That are Wrong  Some of the most frequently used  quotations are nOt quotations at all,  biit ih- many cases convey the opposite meaning of the original wording.  Fenimore Cooper, for instance,  thought he was quoting from tb^'Bible when he spoke of an inscription  being so devised that he who runs  may read, signifying that it was easier to run than read.  If Cooper had looked In his Bible  he would have found in the book of  Habakuk tbat the passage he tried  to quote was: Write the vision and  make lt plain that he may run that  readeth it. The vision was a warning r nd the reader was to flee from  danger, but tlie Cooper version has  Biirvlved the original and practically  put it out of use.  A popular chronic misquotation Is  that of the passago in Hudlbras,  which says: He that compiles against  his.will is ot tne same opinion still.-  Authors and public speakers without  number have twisted that Into: A man  convinced against his will Is of the  same opinion still, forgetting that a  man who was convinced could not  possibly remain of tho Bauie opinion  for If ho vas of the tamo opinlou ho  would not be convinced.  Theodore Roosevelt publicly declared thnt. Washington In his farewell address snld1: To bo prepared for war  ls tho most effective moans to promoto  peace. But the flrst President said  nothing of the sort ln his furowell  address. In his first message to Congress ho said: To bo prepared tor war  ls ono of the most effective means ot  preserving peace, and ho spoke of other means as woll.  Novelists do not seem to bo very  strong In their knowledge of tho  Scriptures somehow, and Sir Walter  Scott, lit 'Th*- Ilearl of Midlothian,'  attempts to point a moral with tho  wortlo: Our simple and unpretending  heroine had tho morlt of those peace-  makers to whom it Is promised n������ a  benediction thnt they shall Inherit the  earth. The fact la that iho peacemakers did,not receive any such promise, but-It-l-s said that tho meek  shall Inherit tho earth.  Pro.-���������They   say   lightning    nover  Btrlko.i twice ln tho samo place.  Kohn���������Well, what's tho uso?  Light  Thrown  on   Forest  and Trade  Conditions   by   New   Government  Bulletin  Oyer 1200 wood-using Industries in  Ontario contributed the data for a bulletin on this industry now being issued by the Forestry Branch, Ottawa.  Thirty four different kinds of wood  are being used by these industries  and the detailed information" regarding the various uses to which such  woods are put, should be of considerable value hot only to tho'"ina'nufaei:-  urer by showing* new means of waste  disposal, but also to the house holder  by indicating what native woods are  best fitted to replace the more expensive imported stock, for interior decoration, furniture and flooring.  The bulletin also shows incidentally the increasing poverty of Ontario  with regard to the more valuable work  woods.. Almost half of the thlrtyr  four kinds of wood used are obtained  principally from outside sources and  three and one half million dollars are  annually sent out of the. province "for  imported wood stock. The imported  oak alone costs one million six hundred thousand dollars annually, for  this tree has become commercially  extinct in Ontario while the hickory  and chestnut groves of southern Ontario have also, almost entirely disappeared . Eveu good clear white  pine is becoming hard to obtain audits market value is steadily rising for  it represents twenty one ��������� par cent  of the total wood consumption in Ontario for industrial purposes.  Of more interest to the small consumer of wood-products are the side  lights the bulletin throws on the possibility of substituting cheap home  grown woods for the expensive foreign species now used so extensively.  Recent tests made of their physical  properties bavesxlemo-Strated the suitability for certain purposes of many  native species, hitherto desTiised by  the dealers. YFor hardwood flooring  in p;aci" of the oak and maple now  in general use, may be substituted; the  home grown birch and beech which  take'"a high polish and have the advantage of being considerably cheaper. Likewise for interior finishing,  the expensive oak can be very closely  imitated by stained black ash and  sta.ined birch is almost indistinguishable from mahogany,   while   stained  .���������ori      ������,im      ,.������ini ���������������*,������_-      ot������      ov nfll*!     to     diS-  . \^������a       fjuu. .    a -m.^m.. ....      ^...       ������.-.*,-.������.-������. .j       fcv^       w-*������  tinguish it from the costly Circassian  walnut. The now expensive white  pine is being replaced," where durability is not a requisite, by the cheaper  spruce, basSwood and 'elm. Poplar  and balsam;.fir-are two Of the most  common trees' in* Ontario and , that  they have wider Uses is evident from  the fact that poplar is highly valued  for h .rdwood flooring in Manitoba  while balsam fir is .perhaps the most  widely used native species in the  Maritime provinces.  The bulletin also indicates the existence of? a mrarket in Ontario _for  sumac, apple : and cherry logs.,. rrfce  lumber cut from them .being -worth  $30, $.46.50, Yiad $44.50 per thousand  feet board measure respectively. The  Forestry Branch has already been iu-  sti*um_ntal in securing sales of the  wood of worn out apple orchards and  is desirous of further 'serving the public along these lines: ��������� The bulletin  on The Wood-using Industries of Ontario can be had gratis from the For  estry Branch, Department of the Interior, Ottawa. A similar report  dealing with the Maritime Provinces  will appear shortly.  lti&'*m.  _r_i--2!VT  _&__*S!s  SMS^:J%a:tii  Made - in  Canada  ���������^/HAT db^you pay for in shot-  y .'"���������   si*������������������!.������������������        \Jr-'friV;    nlairtlxr    fr-i-     cV.j  (  shells??   WKy,pIainiy for  shooting ^V-^J^A**''  quality which means accurate loads, uniformity, sure  fir<e������ care and experience ih the rriaking.  Then specify Ren_iigton-UMC���������Canadian made, from our new       ^. m^.. -  factoiry at Windsor. Ontario. Arrow or Nitro Club smokeless loads.       *^**-'*,~v~  Slightly higher in cost���������more reliable in the field. "-.^  We will bs glad to send'a booklet explaining ciaiply many tesJinical points of amrnu-  jaition manufacture.   Your noma aud address on a post-card brings it by return mail  '������������������������'���������'���������''"'.' '��������� " 9  RemmgtqnrArms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co., Windsor, Ontario  i_/k    *  POISONOUS  S ARE PASSING AWAY  Your  Dealer  Has Them  Dangerous chemicals are not used In tipping EDDY'S Ses-qui Safe Light matches.  See that you get EDDY'S and no?, other  "just as'good."'?'  * - ?? **  Safety���������in its complete sense���������Is absolutely guaranteed, but vou must ask for  EDDY'S new  :ti-ti-tititi66,  iSes-qui"  Matches  I bought a horse with a supposedly  Incurable ringbone for $30. Cured  him with SI.00 worth of MINARD'S  LINIMENT and sold him for $85.00.  Profit on Liniment, $54.00.  MOISE  DEROSCB.  Hotel Keeper, St. Phillippe, Que.  Correcting the Answer  At a .horse-stealing trial' out west ?s  jury was gathered and shut up in a  'room after a brief trial, and when an  hour had gone by a mob burst in and  unceremoniously demanded what the  verdict was.  Not guilty, said the foreman.  That, won't .do, said the leader of  the mob fiercely.      You will have to  GO    b<r.tt������-r    *.utxu    luai. _luu.    ".^    axxTx.  the jury up again..  ?   In half an? hour the door was open-  ed once more.  Well, gents, your verdict; said the  leader. '������������������' ?>���������' -���������:''  Guilty, the foreman' replied.  There were hurrah from the crowd  ahd the leader said:   Y  Correct: You can _o now.' We  strung him up an hour ago.  Potatoes and Power  Ono forsees the triumph of, the potato, unforseen by William Cobbett,  not so much as a food,;butas a: means  of jx-tion. Coal Is giving out; pet-  rolls going up*?In price and down,in  production. Ths? supply of botl*. is  iimited anu must come to an end, but  there com.*s the cheer that alcohol  will be the motive force of the future.  Petrol and cot.1 may give out, but the  earth will always- grow potatoes. Potatoes can produce alcohol and alcohol can drive engines. In the potato we seem to have discovered the  secret of perpetual motion. ���������  '     Another One on Twain  Harris? Twain at a. dinner at ths  Author's Club, ��������� said: Speaking of  fresh eggs, I am reminded of the  toWn of,Squash. In my early lecturing days I went to Squash to lecture  in Temperance Hall, arriving in tha  afternoon. The':;*town seemed poorly  billed. I thought I'd find out if tha  people   knew   anything   at   all   about  W.I-...1-       m,.~m        ��������������� '     f.Xf.���������.        C~..       ,Ua������ C~        T  . n xxaLIf - -YVOQ .   JUL      OIAJXVS      1U1       IUCU1. KII0      X  turned in at the general store. Good  afternbon, friend, I said t'6'the general  rstorekoeper. Any    entertainment  hereYtonlght to? help 'a- stranger while  "away?tho "evening? The general  storekeeper, who was sorting mackerel, straightened up, wiped his briny  bands on his? apron and said: I cs-  pect ..there's going to: be a lecture, I  beehselling eggs all day.  fl.he'11 ciilcli her IniBband fllrtlncr ������omo  day.  Tho Wise One--That's how sh������ did  catch him.  Son of tho house io calloi���������I want  to boo ynu 'cou father enya you mado  yourspll'.  Caller���������-Yes, my lad, and I am proud  of it.  Son  of tho  houBe���������n-biit why  did  you do It like Unit?  .i i ��������� i. ��������� ��������� ,i. i ������ ���������  Major Dangotlck (of Inillun Army)  Toll your ecoulmiiHU'r that now I m  home \ -hall be nloaBcd to holp him,  If ho'd llko it, with Hold work and so  Novel Musketry Practice  A report comes from Vienna of the  utilisation of the cinematograph for  Instruction in musketry. The firing  squad is postod in front of a clnomn,-  tograph screen, and a moving colored  picture of the battlefield is thrown on  It from behind them. Each man has  to pick up his target, take aim and  fire. When a shot is fired the film  stops for a second, and the hole made  by the bullet in tho screen Is Illuminated by a flashlight behind It, which  shows the position of tho hit with  reference to the target.  Answered  Pa, what Ib meant by idl-a curiosity?  A ,'cry good example of Idle curiosity  my son, Is a twelve-dollar a4 week  shoo clerk asking tho prlco of i.uto-  moblle tlrca.  Tlio equator is an imaginary line,  running around tho earth, oald tho  boy who llkoo to tel' what ho has  lenrr.od at school.  An lnuif-lnriry Uno, ���������r.-'por'.t. tl tho  great railway financier, abftent-mind-  odly.      Wl.o ls promoting It?  Aunt-How's thia. Bobby? I hear  that th*������ Uttlo boy noxt door gels pro*  mot.jrl at sohool much of tenor than you  Bobby--���������Well, his futher'3 a* promoter. ���������'  -  * A 8uro Remedy  'lho story in I old tnat when MY  Pol neal ro, the now president of the  French Republic, flrst entered politics  one ot.hls political opponents tanntod  him with his youlhfulncau.  I may bo young. M. X-olncalre ropllod, but 1 prom!ao you that some*  .thing Khali bo dono every dny fco  wlpo out thut dlHiidvantngo.  ��������� Comfort for the uyspeptic.���������Thero  is no ailment so harassing and exhausting as dyspepsia, which arises  from, defective action of the stomach  and Uver, and the victim of it Is to  be pitied...-.. Yet he can find ready relief in Psrmelee's Vegetabl. Pills, a  preparation that has ostablisi'ied itself  by years of effective use. There are  pills that are widely advertised as  the greatest ever compounded, but  not one of them can rank In-value  with Parmelce's.  Real Gratitude  Pessimists declare that tho days of  gay romance uro dead���������that there Is  no spirit of chivalry left in the  braas'ts of the men of modern times.  They are all wrong. Here we have  the story In the dally papers that a  man ln Ohio left all his money to the  girl who refused io marry him years  ago.      That's gratitude for youi  Hard to Tell  There yt/ere a lot of old shoes on  the street when I went out this morning.  Wedding or a cat fight, do you suppose?  Altrulstlo  Roso���������He said he would kiss mo or  die ln tho attempt.  Marie���������Well?  Roso���������-Ho has no llfo-lnsurnnco, and  I pltlod his poor old mother.  Why don't women dress sensibly?  If they did, half the industries of  tho world would go to smash.  Her Portrait  The painstaking artist, anxious to  please, remarked to prospective customer: . ��������� .    ���������  I can paint you a portrait ot your  wife which will be a speaking likeness.  IFm. Couldn't you do it In what  they calb still life?  It may be better to give than to  receive, but fow of ua are In a position to keep it up indefinitely.  Good Advice  A young lawyer who has recently  hung out his shlnglo here, was retained by a criminal with $5 and a  very poor defense.  Well, you got a case, son, said his  proud father.  Yob, dad.   ..  And what auvico did you give your  client?  After listening to his story I collected what money ho had and advised him to retain a more experienced lawyer.  Tho dread ot rldlculo extinguished  originality In its birth.  Tired and Weak  Nerves Exhausted  Try Murine  Eye  Remedy  If you have Rod, Weak, Watery Eyes  or On-imitated Ryellds.    Do-wn't Smart  ���������Soothas   Eye Pain.    DrugRlB������"������  Hm**!*"-***���������Tlmnkn  ���������cr���������are you qulto up-to-date*/ ju-uib  ��������� or- altered a lot since you wero homo  UU.  Bell  rn .  .      *       <    ..   I   ������'������MHUU    tm.U   Kk.IUI.VIV,    "-<ll|������l"l    -"jr������    ���������*-���������""���������  nwfnllV.   dad. -hut | Mnr|n������   W������-������   -"-.i..*   ii������   A������i������nilf*  Tub***!.  The feelings of fatigue and languor  which overcome so many pcoplo at  this senflon of the year tell of the ex-  hnuwtiMl condition of the norvos.  It Ib impossible to keep up the act-  Ion of lho heart and tho vitality of  tho nerves when tho blood lo thin  and watery, and this la why noarly  everybody needs tonic troatmont In  the Bprlng.  Somo ot tho symptoms arc rostlcaa-  i.cori, pmpoaelobs activity, Insomnia,  abnout-mlndodncBo. tlrod gait, lack of  ambition and onthualaom, hend-acho  nnd iipuraliiili* i>nln������. dyspepsia ������ud  feelings of languor and deproHslon.  Monotony of work and montal ovc*.*-  strain or worry sap tho ncrvoun sys  25c,  50c.    Eye Rooko Froo by Mail.  _ A* mym IVinlM ������������������������������* f������r All ttvm ������hsl NimmI Omrm  Hurl-. By* *t\������m������dy Co., Chlong*  torn, as doos also tho BlrcnuousiiesB  of modM"n lite, whether ln tho bual-  utilu when y>v uso  mminr\ aam* ��������� <��������� ���������_ ���������  ur.   iioaseM������s   iterwe  GO cents n bos, ' for 92.60 at all deal rro,    or Edmanson,  Limited, Toronto.  '? r'il  ness or social world.  Moro and moro mon and women  are obliged to bo>1c tho assistance ot  Biich **oncentrnti*d fnorlB ub Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food to restoro vitality  to tho tired and worn-out ueivc*a.  Suoh troatmont In necessi.ry, be-  causo dlaoaacs of tho nerves do not  right themBelvos. As norvo force  runa low the dlgooilvo oyotom falls to  extract tho necessary nuliltlou from  the food. Dr. Chase's Norvo Food  supplies ln condensed form the In-  grodlonta required, and rcotores  honlth.  A llttlo pntlenco Is nocosflar * In  treating dlaonacs or tho nerves and  refit luMps to restore Blrenjith. You  enn bo ..uro of lasting beneficial  re-  r_n__r_ir_  Dates A   Co.������ ap' '���������'������������������" *  \ titi ,:���������:,:\ ���������  .,.&*m$z  ���������'3i-'' ���������  ��������� .' *:V,"���������".'���������,���������.'.*)"--"'  Iti::   .  '   -    '.    '!  ' .  ������������������.-'���������:'.������������������'.-." ..���������'.���������.;  -.?.';'  . ���������  ,ti  .-*.   '-' ;. ���������'  : ".-  ~.xr ������������������  %ti  iti  '1;f*i:;;^>^Y:  ���������Yfts v ?P^Ir������sH*^nj^s^ JKYftptfstf?^^  THE   CRESTON    IfcEVIEW,    ������RESTON.   fi. 0  -u-u-Uii  mmmr.  Ri&i&r&ad& $i������tfmr>&$!!M*m&;  Comprising ?25 Acres  GRAND FORKS, 3. C.  ABA  *UnS3 MPPLtE      BKmmmZmlmmS        ^^f^fe^  OLsAr!A?sTEEO HOME OROW  Cellared���������Roots in earth,no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established I900byth_ HON. MARTIN BURRELL  >; Minister of Agriculture  ALE. STOG5C DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  _T^ *-  j For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B. C.  I  I       _f\,-i,,_[       Y   mf^i*mti&      __^  ������ _r-*_i_r4l  -lllJUCH OV ENGLAND  Ohvist Oliim-h  Mat in*3,  followed  by celebration   of  Holy (.'ouumuiion 1!:<H>    s  15 ven song 7:81)?'  The Preacher at both i-'ervices w ill be  ������   iiwi^nt time ha spent while in Creston j lne Venerable  Archdeacon  Beer,    of  __tr_FJViy  Call  in   and  varieties of  Bread sod  English Twists, Steam  Loaves   and   Malted Bread,  besides various kinds of cakes  and cookies.  City Bakery  John Carpenter, who works at Seher-  mevhi rn's camp was struck by a tie  Saturday and snstaiued some broke-  ribs and nlso broke his right forearm.  R S Ro>-p, whe ha������ hnd tho management; ������if the local bank daring tho ab-  se'i'ice of Mr. Fowler, left yesterday tor  Cumberland whence he will rnnain for  ���������x .vhurt. time before returning to Vau-  i-ouver.    He speaks very   highly of the  i^isiiing:   i acKie  We have everything for Si  Wear but you should see our complete  line of  I  A l^_������fe-S������������--&_h  Cnuarens,  Youths* arid Men's Oxfords,  A ?    fiSf.   "m.mxA-   dtir   '/������ f������ '.  4*pi..uu   auu f xuij  fA  General  Buy for Cash and receive your F5VE percent discount at our Store  ������~^ &-*��������� * _ **s^ _���������_  VIIUI *0*s  Mj-kf Jj-i������������C  i *\0mam0m0*0  }  ami leaves the vulley  with regrets.  J. P. Bus ton, of the Oauaditin Bauk of  Commerce force of Nakusp is visiting  for a conple of weeks iu town and re-  uewiug old aequaiutenoes*.  lm%  ���������mUmg^i _"_*. -r-_*        i���������I -T_ _***���������*  o arurt  Agricultural  Imp1  _^___  Cheap While They Last  *mm*o,*******mmm*m������*mmmmm<a������  ��������� ' <&&H  CAUSE   OF   WASTE.      _  ��������� Tt is 8t8_ed on good authority ���������  "? thai the anno?.! loss to the appte 5  ��������� Industry of the country by the ���������  J codling moth alone amounts to ������  ��������� over $12,000,000. Tbe annual loss  ���������  ��������� to our truck growelis from insect ������  ��������� pests amounts to about 20 per ���������  % cent of the crop, but by rjndi- ���������  9 clous methods of control this ���������  % might be reduced to 5 per cent, e  | This shows the need of up to J  ������\ date methods to reduce the high  ���������  ��������� cost of living.���������a P. Hitchings, %  o Experiment Station, Orono, Me.    ������  Kaslo.  _irickson-  -Evensong 3:00 p.m.  Creston Mercantile Co  i  Government  Apple  Packing  Contest  METHODIST CHURCH  Public Worship, 10;30 and 7:80 P. M .  Sunday School and Adult Bible Class  11:30 A.. M.  Come and you will be made welcome  Fred L. Carpenter  Pastor  Pl? res RVTii"r>r a nt    t ��������� i-rTTpntr  j*.    mm. m.Jr*.. j*_*   m.    .���������_ j^a a. mt -, *��������� *. -. 4 *mt M- a. V/ i.-W \-'.*-*.  Service every Sunday at 11 a. m.  aud 7:30 p. in.  Sabbath School at 2:30 p. in.  Adults Bible Class meets every Thurs-  laj' eveuiug.  W. G. Blake  Minister  CATHOLIC CHURCH  Mass 10:30  Benedictoin 3;30  Every first Sunday of the month.  Father John O. M. I.  Sunday School every Sunday at 2:30  NEW  1914 PRICES  Effective August 1, 1913  l_  Model T Runabout     .,  Model T Touring Car   .   .  Model T Town Car     .     .  With Full _quipment} f. o. b. Waikerviiie  $600  650  900  WATER NOTICE.  For a Licence to Take and use Water.  S-__*  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������*  m*m  ���������  FRUIT TREES?  AND ORNAHENTALS  Coidstreoni Estate Nurseries  VERNON, B. C.  ^L    ���������  All our trees are Home Grown aud guaranteed true ^*  to name.    We carry  all the  leading  varieties  most ���������  suited to this district.    Our specialty is budded stock J  on three-year-old whole roots, J   ���������  ���������  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut. +  J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C. %  At Cranbrook  Fair  Sept. 18 and 19  Prizes   offered  Agriculture  by   Department    of  First   $15.00  Second $10.00  Third $5.00  If more than three competitors enter the Cranbrook  Agricultural Associatiou wilK  add to the first prize money  $15.00, to the second $1.00, to  the third $5.00.' Entry fee  $1.00; r-ntries to be in the  hands of the secretary on  Wednesday,  September 10th.  Notice is hereby given that I Ashley  Cooper, of Wyndell, B. C, will apply  for a licence to take and use 10,000 gallons of water out of a number of springs which flows iu a westerly didec-  tion through lots 6 and 3 of 4595 and  empties into lot seven near same. The  water will be diverted nt soino point  higher than road and will bo used for  iligation and domestic purposes on the  land described as lots Ci and 3 of peetion  -13 of 4595.  This notico was posted on the ground  on the 20 day of August 1013. The implication will be (lied iu tho office of  the Water Recorder at Nelson.  Objections uuiy 'io filed with the  said Water Recorder or with the  Oomptrollor of Wator Right*-", Parliament Buildings, Victoria, R. O.  Ashley Cooper (Applicant).  MINERAL ACT  (Form Fj  Dr. tie Viiii's Female Fills  Wa!! Paper  I  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  Oalfloinining,Painting, Paper-hanging^ ('uri-ingi- and .Sign painting,  Tj*fc nnn givo you udvici* and i-hi inintcH tin your work. All work guar,  an toed to give Hatlsfaction.  Marry   Leonard  Shop on Sirdar Ave., next to McCrcath's Livery  YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY GETTING* MY ESTIMATES  A reliable French rem-ltitor^novor (alls.' Tliana  Ilia aro exceed*  gMieratlvo portt        _._,..._ _.....���������  nil choap Imitation**. , *Dr./l������ Von', nre sold nt  plllo aro exceedingly powerful tn \c���������uiatln*r"tlie  gMieratlvo portion of tlio (omiilojiyBtatii.   Refuse  Ma box, or three for 110.   Mailed to nny nddrcan.  Th* SOO--11 J������rntr Co.. St. Oatlmrinea, Ont.;  CRESTON SUPERIOR SCHOOL  REGULATIONS  Pupils attending Superior School .will  bo required Lopay the following tuition  foo:  RoHldmitH from outHide tho Crow-  ton Sohool DUm-lot, por month $3 00  UoHUlontH of OroHton Siihool DiH-  triot, per month        a 00  Pavnblo In advance, to the timchor in  chiirT* V.'ho w*ll ihhiu-. rnf-reint, fur nmne"  received.  ThiH ohiirgo will  not apply to tli(,hu  attending tho outranoo oI/ihh.  Ry Ordur of  -*n������, ., i������*-.,������Jr.A������ i\t (IrAiiInn li-luvil 1>i,..v.l  Coi'tlflcate of TiiiprovoiucntB  NOTICE  Skookuui Mineral Claim. Mltnato in  fcho NelHon Mining Dlvisioh of West  Kooton.-iy Dlutrict. t Where located  on Siuniiilfc Creek iidjoinlng the Bayou ne Mine. Take Notice tlinb I, A.H.  Green, acting as agent For Joseph  Ojauiplu'U. Free Minor's (JortilUiate  No- ilOk-llOD Intend, -sixty days from tho  ditto liej'iof, lo *ij>|'ly lo ilio Mining  Recorder for a Oei-Ulk'nte fo Improve-  niontH,for fcho'purpose of olitainlng a  Crown   flraufc   of  tho   abovo   claim.  And further take notice that action,  imdur unction 37, Muut lie commenced  beforo lhe Ihhuiuhhi of Hitch Oertlilcato  of Iniprnvciuciifcn.  Dated   thiH fith.  day  of   Way, A.D.  1013.  A.II, GREEN  Ford Motor Company  mC    t^.-f.Af.       T   :.m.S*'mA  - vi   ^Miliuia,  s^,jiit,v>������  Wollr A������������r������1lj-  ninvi tijivj  Ontario  CRESTON  AUTO AND SUPPLY  COMPANY  R. S. BEVAN, Mgr.  n3__Ba_di  1  THr Rritmh  S   hV      mJ..ml\Jtl  fjp\\im\m Ph. 1M  UUBUSBS&J8U  8.U9UUIIJU UUI L.IUE  OF VANCOUVER, B. G.  Aire very extensive growers of High Grade Fruit Trees  Of All Kinds  Long Experience, Ample Capital and Up-to-date facilities enable ns to  produce the best grade possible.    Our "ONE-YEAR" TREES on  "THREE-YEAR WHOLE ROOTS'* Excel! all others  We Guarantee Satisfaction in Every Transaction  We are now represented in this district by Mr. A. Miller, of Creston  who will call upon bhe planters for their orders in the near  future.   It will pay you to see him before placing yonr order  80 PAGE DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE FREE  B. C. Nurseries Company, Ltd.  1493 7th Avenue W. Vancouver, B. C.  THREE   BBC   DAYS  Sept. 23, 24, 25th.  Eleventh Annual  ..Nelson Fruit Fair..  AT NELSON, B C.  1  The Event of the Kootenays  ���������Big Free Acts Twice Daily* IU  SEE      "REX COMEDY CIRCUS"      SEE  A Delight for Young and Old '  ���������,'  '  "THE BLUCHES" ':%ES :J4&_>YS"y ,  Fun ou a Hay Wagon - A European' SouoiUlon *  WuIujjv Staiilon &> Co , Ohauliclcr, tho Giant Rooytor tuid"Dauolutf Go-io  Y. M. O. A. Pyramid RnildorR, in Living Pyramids  Texan tho Strong Man, In Marvellous Feata of Strength  KOUSE R.-_KS, ROOK DRILLING AND  OTHER  ATTRACTIONS  The  Hut tie iu  The  ("loudH  SPECIAL FEATURE  ������������������HITT'S  FIREWORKS"  DAY AND NIGHT  Aa prcBontod at tlio A. Y. P.  Tho  Elcotrlo  Screen  Single Fare for the Round Trip On All Lines  D. EMORY, ProH. G. HOKSTRAD, Seo. nnd Mgr.  P. O, Box D02. Nolflon, D. O.  _������������������  MM*  .,._ ���������I,,,,;,! iia^  I'MWIt^iiliiTiiTtiiiliaili^^^^

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