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 :';fSSse������  ^.'.Si-f-.?-**'  ".���������" .' -   ������������������  Utimti;iik^  Sxpp&E  AM Roads in East ������Kd West Kootenay Lead to Creates.  ALL THE NEWS"!  of the CRESTON |  DISTRICT  ���������^;.:'':^',r-';r--?5%^'i������l  Y'?;?^YvJ#������^..,  .*c :?:'?-''I?lrll|if  s~ *",  "-yti ,\  SE^T TO ANY  FOR  Mr-! C*  $_*;<-)- A    YEAR  -  ^  No. 39, 5th Year.  STON,  B. C,'. FRIDAY.   OCT.   3    1913  v\  $������l&tiK Copies 5c.  _#������������ He**   ^-*^  cr&iion  ������-a_>/e afic/  Three weeks time and otrr and Fall Fair will; be over.  The measure of success which it shall attain is left to the  rnchers aud the ladies ofthe District to determine. In a  day or two the schedule of prizes-'will be~ready and those who  # wish for a copy should'communicate at once with the Secretary, J. Heath. ''���������������������������*.  The committee is glad to say that there is a goodly  number of special prizes to be awarded and they have had no  little dinicultv in nlaciue them so that each section of the  show should not feel slighted.-  It is whispered that for the lady winning the most first  prizes iu the show there is , but never  mind,  wait until  you see the prize list.  Now, pupils of the Packing School, get busy and see  how well you can "put up 5 boxes of apples. Before the 22nd  you have ample time to get these ready and these classes  should make ���������tuit_ a show in themselves.  And don't forget  the  Apple  Packing Contest  on the  show grounds.    Fifteen   dollars  for  packing three boxes!  jfretty good pay  this.      Don't  forget  though  that  entries  - ^lose on the 15th and that all entrants in the latter must pay  Y$>i..6c> at time of making their entiy. V  For list of classes see Page 8.     v  GBADI1, ICKIi   i  Aiiiiofei  101-llRiKRS   a  f^ti?.tiJ&g?aS^^J:rgP&'l!>i  ORE  mm  While the great majority of our fruit  r.mi\.m.f\..e.      n..A      ^l.im.m.nmf.     V.A.X    Anj.n..._n������������  b-^u.cio   uuu &ixi������>yx}KB., uio ���������tjju-OiVv,j,a_c������,  usnaliy successful, to live fully up to  the requirements of the Fruit Marks  Act (Inspection & Sales Act, Part 9.)  It is to be regretted that some fruit-is '  still being poorly packed and improperly graded, and some fruit packages are  falsely marked. ?  The Dominion Frnit Inspectors in the.  Province and in the Prairies, are successfully securing the marking of imported  fruit, as required by the new laws paeif-?  ed at the request of the B.O. Fruit?  Grower-s' Association. There has not  been a similar readiness to observe the  law on the part ~bf our own fruit grow?'  ers which puts the Association and fruit  growers generally, in an unfairposition.  position. Ail B. C. growers should he  willing to assist the Association in its  to protect the industry, by themselves  meeting the law's requirements. Their  violations are Sue, doubtless, to ignor-  ance of what ia required We urge every  packer and shipper of fruit to procure a  copy of tho Act Irom the Chief Dominion Inspector, E. G. L. Clarke, 155  Water Street,  Vancouver, and to read  NSANE MAN  li-TOin  About a week ago word was received by Constable Forrester tbat a man  was wandering about the flats in the  neignborhood of the Landing and acting in a suspicious manner. He immediately went down and marie an  investigation but the most he could  learn was that he had been seen by a  number of people and^ had walked  deliberately into a slough over his  waist in water. They could not give  any description of him or even fell  what color his clothing was and after  a night spent in the neighborhood and  an early morning serach, tbe mystery  was xto nearer solution so he had to  return disappointed.  Saturday evening late, word was  brought tbat the man had reappeared  and was in the post office at Duck  Greek.  Constable -Forrester hastily summoned Dick Bevan and together they  rushed to Duck Creek. There they  found a man worn and week having  evipentiy been without food, for some  time. He gave his name .as Chris Peterson and said he came from Nelson  but could not tell how long he had been  and  master  its   contents*.    This? m_st[ wandering id the neighborhood of the  With the? close of the forest fire  season on Tuesbay the rangers in- various parts of the province commenced  preparations for building trails, lookout stations and telephone lines, which  have been authorized by the government with the object of opening up at  present inaccessible timber areas so  . that mem and supplies can taken in  when fires occur.  In former years most of tho rangers  have left the servsce at the end of the  actual forest fire season,but the policy  has now deen inaugarated, it was announced by Honorable "W. R. Boss during his recent visit to Nelson, of keep-  ing ai many mon as possible in order  tO bUtld  Up in fiiot -1���������EiD JOIt-sl     prol-Cli-  ion sorvico. In lino with that policy  many of the rangers will this winter  bo employed on trail and telephone  const tuetsoii.���������News  Thai; the industries of tJreston jfaliey  include more than fruitgrowing, lumbering, cattle raising and poultry keep-  ing. is apparent as it is an acknowledged j collectively  fact that there is an abundance of good-*  ore to be found in its mountains.  Additional proof is just- to hand in  the acquisition of the second prize for  silver-load "ore given to the McPeak  .properties by the judges at the Nelson  Fair. The ore in- question. \vas taken  out of the Surprise property and carries a big per centage of silver-load.  It is claimed that ore in paying  quantities is now accessible on the  jMcPeak properties, but owing to tho  absence of proper roads it is impossible  to cret the ore to msrkot.  result in a better pack oE fruit, better  prices, and a higher   i* epuiaiiOB j which;:]  iu turn, insures  more stable markets xn  future years. ?v.-"fe'.  Some of our growers are liable to pr<������'  s^catioirfcr ^violation of���������������������������'���������- tho soz ',<-^0  hope that the number of such cases wil  dirmuiah, because the "prosecution of the  individual hurts hot only himself but  j the reputation of B   C. Fruit, growers  Landing. .?.-���������������������������.  Monday ho came befoi*e Guy Lowen-  burg, J. P.: and 'was examined a,nd  committed to Nelson jail for examination , Constable' Forrester taking him  there ^n^j-r������'ftf-ker_oo_>-trai_.?r -;r    *    -  RIFLE nSSBGIATION  HOLDajilSLlEI  The Creston-Erickson Rifle Associa  tiou sent representatives to Fernie Sunday to compete in the annual shoot for  the challenge cup donated by this Association and won by Fernie last year.  The shoot occurred Monday at Fernia  and the Fernie and the Fernie men won  again by a small maagic.  Condition-were not very good as a  drizzling rain fell daring the time of the  shooting and the light was poor. But  all things considered the shooting was  good and the .ooal iaam regard the trip  as one of the most satisfactory and en-  enjoyable that they have-made and all  speak in glowing termb of the treatment  they received at the hands of the Fernie  peopl������>, whom "tbey characterize as a  body of sporting gentlemen.  In the evening the visitors were tendered a. banquet at which Mayor Bleas* j  dell presided as Toastmaster and Col.  Mackay distributed the prizes.  Au invitation was extended to the  Fsraie contingent to shoot a return  match here on tho 21st of this month  aud this will enable the visitors io stop  over and take iu onr Fall Fair, when  arrangements will be made to show  tbsra the best possible time thai Creston  can offer. -.~>  Iq connection with Riflle Association  matters it is Ierrned that the Interior of  B, C, Bifie Association is trying to ar-  ,. ���������The;C. O. S. of Cranbrook is selling  Iron Beds with mattress and spring foi  $11./;;.'.���������,  RECENT DEATH OF  On Sunday, September 28th 1913  during the hours of evening service  Mrs. Ash passed quietly away at her  home Creston, B. C.  The late Edith Mary Looker beloved  wife of Fred W. Ash was the daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Looker of Cambridge, England, born Jan. 31, 1878 of  Christian Parents, members of the  Wesloyan - Methodist church. Mrs.  Ash was one of these beautiful examples of the ideal christian life from the  cradle to the grave. Bhe was married  to Fred W. Ash at Cambridge, England, July, 1901 by her brother Rev.  Win. Looker, B. A., two daughters  blessed their home, Marion and baby  Freda.  Mrs. Ash joined the Methodist"  church in early childhood and remained  an interested and cousistant member,  throughout her entire life. She was a  member and officer in the Ladies Aid,  teacher in the Sunday School, Superintendent of the Cradle roll, always  her pastors helper in case of* sickness  or stranger coming into the community oi? any special work sister Ash was  ever ready to do her part". She always carried sunshine and Ohrist like  graces wherever she went. Sister Ash  ���������was like Dorcas of the early Christian  I ehereh, her death came in the Midst  Of Usef_in8-3 for she was known for  nig th- Cawjiv-i*i:W������k^tt.Nelsoii so^baj-  visit ors to the one will be enabled to  rango? to told;i|s meeting nest year dur-| keiL*  he&oveleuoe.%;and gx*aoef ulness  of  '- **'���������' ��������� ':      ��������� ���������      "���������'>jm        '    '   ' -        '-   ������������������   -*-       "**' " "���������"-���������-��������� -'   -���������  1  *������fi*i������i-nrto_ ���������-���������'wmmZmm'^r^n^iiSiltm ??������.'-_ _i-      __:'>*__ __ ._    __  take in the other,  at little additional | Kingdom.  g������om<ssB.ybJ^p-i^^i^ y^prka were  one in service for her Christ and the  Forty years in use, 20 years the stau-  dnrd, proscribed and rooommeuded by  physioinns. For Woronns ailmonts, Dr.  Martot's Pills, at yonr drugglBt.  Ira Manning, of Cranhrook, was iu  town Monday.  Al! the apple prizes at the Oranbrook  Fair'were daptnrod by Oreston growers  and out of the 48 classes J. Cook took 47  prizes the other one going to Mrs. J.  Max .veil, In tho apple paoking contest  there were font contestants all froni  Oroston nnd thoy won" in tho following  ordor: J. Ryolcinnu, L. D. Timmons, O.  ArrowNuulry and E. Pease.  Growers and packers should also sec-  ore copies of the circulars on 'Methods  of Frnit Picking & Handling' and  'Fruit Packing' issued by the Provin  cial Department of Agriculture,.obtainable on request from the Departmental  Viotoria or from an3 Assistant Horticulturist, The act states tbe law.s requirements :   the   circulars outline the  ���������>  methods of picking, handling, grading,  and packing to meet tho requirements  of the Law and tho market.  There mnst he continual  progress in  ^        CARD OF THANKS -i  Will the many kind friends whe  showed much kindness audsympathT.  during the illness of our dear one and  partiCu-arljj at the time of deatftand  funeral, please accept our deep gratitude.   Fred W. Ash and Marion.  cost.  The following gentlemen represented  the Creston-Erickson Association at  -ernie: Messrs. A. S. Fitzgerald, F. B.  Oalleudar, J. Stocks, Alex. Duperrez  and E. Cnrtwright.  vu\j .x.\fw_w^������;  "--Un."!.,     n"  *>*���������**���������������>���������"���������������*"  n   <"������.,-! i������- tnw    ���������l,c, I  Woduosdry Ootobor 15t.li thoro will bo  hold a Dust Pan Social in tho Mothodlst  .ohuroh,  ���������T B. Moran roturnod Tnondny from a  visit to Spoknno, Brook Bays; all work  and no plnv lnukoa Jaok a dull hoy.  ,T. H. Annblo, of Nolson, wns on tho  Knstrhonnd train Tuosday on IiIh way to  Cfiloni'iU lopuya visit, to lho Iitloruat.  ional Mines in whloh ho Ih liitoi'OHtod.  Ho oongrntnlntod iih upon our bonntifnl  M'onthor nnd tho npponranoo of our fruit.  Tho Braokmau-Kor Milling Oo, of  Calgary will don ato threo prizes for  broad inndo with tho B. and K. Bread  Flour ns follows:  Ono 08 lb. snok for 1st prlzo.  *.  49 ..   ..       ������. 2nd   "  "  2- M   ���������" .     *" Brd  " '���������  Tho  Hour is for  finlo   by thoir  local  agont Jack eon 8 Cash Store.  The Annual Harvest Thanksgiving  Sorvico vi 111 bo hold in tho Mothodlst  ohuroh, Sunday Oot. 12  market, if our fruit industry is to overcome its koou compol.iliou -ud take its  place as one of the principal industrial*  of tho province. There must also bo  continued bil'ort by all our growers to  keep our fruit pack honest and uniformly rcliublo, and to raise tho standard  higher each yoar. Tho moro favorablo  markets nud prices of the current season, tonipt many to rolux thoir offortB,  resulting in lowor grades. The bad ro-  suits of this pi-notice arc liable to bo  severely folt. next .bohhou, whon tho ox-  pootod bumper oropn ovor tho North-  wost SratoH will mako tho markets muoh  moro oritloal towards poor paoking thau  thiB yonr  i It. M. W1NSLOW,  Provinoiul Horticulturist  Rev. M. F. Eby will ocoupy the pulpit of the Methodist church on Sunday  evouiug.  DIJGK GREEK NEWS  C, O. S., SIGNAFIES ORANBKOOK  00-OPERATIVE STORES.  RVHT.P.r** Tf"Knii]R*3  Scaled tenders will ho ir.ci)iv_r. by thu  midowignod for tho oreotion. (labor  only) of a ono i-oomoil w-hnnl honso \\t  Wvnndol.  Tondwrn will ho uponod on Friday tho  iiui<   rw~i^r  TIh- lnivjinl; nv   .,������<������'   tii,i,\<.m   ������.������+   ������������������v"/*^���������  narily nocoptod.  PartionlnrH oan bo hnd <m application  to ASHLEY COOPEU,  Hoorotary Sohool Board  Boru to Mr. and Mrs, Guy Browoll,  pf Oanyon Oity, ou Thursday Sopt. 80th  a son.  Born to Mr. and Mr������, 1<3, W. Payno,  ot Oanyon Ciiy, on Sitiiday, Septomhor  21, ft danghtor.  W. Browoll of Canyon Oity hod a visit  from u (skunk, Vv'iHimiHiiiiy unp\ lost  about 50 rhiukoiiH as a ronnlt.  Buy rivoitod Htovo pipe now from  EMBREE tho kind that will nofc oomo  apart prioo 15 cents a length.  Mr. und Mm. M, F, Eby, of Arrow  Crook, woro among thoso who oamo to  town to attoud tho funeral of Mrs. AhIi.  ���������R. Avon, tho Ht-ndcnt wiio Iuih boon  In chui'g-J of lho EugllHh Church horo  for (iift niiinmcr months, loft Monday  for Vnnooiivm- whoro h> will roHiinio  liis sfilUilio.-,. Uii-. norvici-h will On much  mli-mod by tho congrogafiiui hero.  John Hnydon and Htnoo Smith roturn-  j od today  from  a hunting  trip at  tho  Whlto G ronso.  Tho former hod a rat lior lino lYirtboo and tlu  latter a mountain (font,  W. ,J. iiui-ton hns jmfc pinohiiHcil a  brauil now 6-hnrno power Niioknoy 011-  gino from Diok Bovan and has louitnhod  out Juto tho wood binnnoNH. Wo wish  him SUOOONr* 111 Ills nnw vA'itnrn  Carl Wigen, Jimmy Thompson, and  T. Butterfield wero Ore.'ton callors-  Mondny.  Mrs.John Huscroft who has hoon in  Nol sou hospital for tho last 2 months  roturnod to Duck Crook with hor  brother and sister Monrad and Miss  Olga, Wigon on Friday. Sho is still  vory weak, bnt Is progressing favorably. Wo hopo tho Duck Creek air will  do hrr good and wo shall soon soo hor  around again.  Tho fair crowd roturnod from Nelson  on Friday thoy soomed to havo had  qulto a nice ttnio.  Mrs. Cook nnd Miss Fnlroloth played  hostess to n vory unwoloomod guost at  110 p. m. on Saturday. Thoy woro sitting in thoir dining room whon on hap  potting to look up, Mrs. Cook saw a  straugo man standing in tho doorway.  Upon OHking him what ho wanted sho  received no uuhwoi*. Sho thon oallod  iiBHlHtnuoo Mr. Anstoad nnd W. J.  Coopor who oamo and took charge of  tho man and notified Constable Forrest-  roster who arrived shortly nud took  htm to Oroston.  -Jitmnio Thompson has just becomo  the pvo'ial owor of It).'u-t-ofl of hind at  Duch Crook. Ho piir<:hnno<l tlio land  fioin thn gOVoaiiiiiout and it in hi United  .lurriu  1>4   IIIUCH UIIU- UUUI    UIU <J.  f.  It,  tiacii, un 1 no   hanl'ti   ol    Jiiieli   trreelc,  oIomo to Oharlie FaaHl.iiul'N   cliuni.  0m*  "^aii. lluttorfiold wan   a Crouton   caller  CANYON CITY NEWS  Cay on Oity fall fair Nov. 1st. to  Nov.    15th. . ���������-  Deer seom to have taken the hint  and mado themselves scarco, not ono  has boen shot by Canyoncityitessqfar.  J. Oarfra Jr. has gone to Lethbridjje  Tor a vinit.  Dnd Browell is recovering from injur:  tcb recoived the result of too much hay  aud outs and a gay pair of horses.  "Cheer up'' Grandad it might have  bson worse,  Anothor young lod-gjin Canyon Oity  Little MiHH Browoll.  Mrs. J. Crawford is suffering from a  sovero attaok of rhoumatiem.  Mrs. T, Hiokoy is slowly rcoovorlng  from hor UIuobh.  Mr. Waylott has roturnod from Winnipeg. Mrs. Waylott is still undor tho  Dr. 'h euro.  Rnbbor hIiooh aud  Mirabelli.  gum hoots at A.  A. Met'/, tho Fornlo Browor, stoppod  off Tuosday ovoinng to renew old acquaintance!) iu Oroston. Ho left for  homo on Wodnosdnys train,  A lar<o pnrty of young iioople from  Crouton spent an onjoyable afternoon at  tho Oanyon, Sunday, Somo returned  by tho afternoon train whllo others ro-  niained to walk homo in tho cool of tho  ������v������iiiiiig. (irt'iUi HiuuhtiiiiDui/ wiih iuTjiu-  od uomo of tho partv by tho offorts if  two of tho young uiuii tu iniiko upood  rooordf. iu a marathon U'ilng tho local  t������---t*Wt*   M������i������Vi4J-     M������4**4  for thoir oxorolso.  %t,Vj**U   ������-j^������������W    -in *\>--.j-U    tiUU  ? Sister Ash will be greatly missed and  lamented in the home where she was  an itfeal wife and mother, in the  church because of her understanding  council and devotion, in the W. C. T.  U. for her interest and helpfulness.  Such a one as Mrs. Ash will have her  resurrection in the life and work of  others, because of the example of consecration and beautiful Christian  Character.  Mrs Ash leaves to morn ber loss, a  devoted husband and daughter Marion  at home also a father, two brothers,  and throe sisters in England.  Tho funeral service  was hold from  Xt.f.   m.f.f~iAf.m.f.~      tS*..f.f.JI Ci-..  ,���������  -    .,     . rVt  \.*������~   xm^,m..m...\f\^      X. %*UmXC*y,      OOJ-fbRJIJIlft*!* OM,  a short service was conducted hy her  pastor. Tho cortege then wont to tho  Methodist Church whero the Memorial  service was hold. Tho Pastor conducting the services asHisstod by the Rev.  M. F. Eby B, A. a former pastor.  Muoh honor was shown tho deceased  ond sympathy to tho sorrowing ones  bv the presence of many frionds and  iloral tributes.  Tho Pall Bearers woro: Messrs. J.  Chorri-gton, F. Smith, R. B. Staples,  T. J. Crawford, P. Goodwin, nnd Wm.  Gobb'ott.  Floral tributes from: Husband and  daughter, Methodist Ladios Aid, Mr.  Mrs. Goo.  Ilondron and  family, Mr.  und Mrs. Johnson and family, D. W.  Scott and  wifo, Mr. and  Mrs.  Wm.  Scott, J. S. Smith, Mrs. Wm. Oohott,  Mr. and Mrs.  Hoath and family, Mr.  and Mrs. W. A. Pcaso, Mrs. Stockor,  Mr. and Mrs. W. IC. Brown, Mrs/R.  Stewart, Mr. aud Mrs. J, Cook, Mr.  ami Mrs. J. D. Spiers, Mrs. J. Hadon,  Friends of Canyon Oity, Mr,, Mrs; and  Miss Gibbs, Mrs. J. M. Barton. Mothodlst Quarterly Official Board, Mr. and  Mrs. J. Compton,   Misses  Ruth  and  Irene Oompton.ltov. and Mrs. Carpenter and family, Mr, auu Mrs. J. Ohorr-  in;������lon nnd fumily,   Mm. F'lk-hr,**,.- ������,;,,������  Mrs. SfJoan,   Mrs.   Edmondson   uml  Lanrn, Mr, and   Mro,  Wm.  Gobbutt,  Mi*, and Mrs. Goo. Cartwrlght, Mrs. T.  lUiiier., Creston   Vv . C. T. IT   Hr-v  ������...i  Mrs. F. Mnilih  Mm. Nitwit..   ������..** ������������������".::.:*  othei-H.  FOR .SALU���������12 young plgM.  Spruit, urcaton.  ApplyJ.  _/-_Up.  Prlutlng f.n you llko it at ihe Oreatoa  liuv'^W,  ���������.���������mtM-.iu-4-MW:  mmtmmmammtamwmmm THE KEVIEW, CRESTON, B. a  By Arthur Applin  W-srtS, Leek & Co., Limited  London,  Melbourne A Toronto-  .-"���������������������������"''. CConUp'iedi  Iris picked up the pen again and  dipping it in the ink commenced to  write arttmn^tically. The expression  on her face v. as fixed, sh������ looked like  one hypnotised.  Dear Fred,���������I promise to marry you  on the twenty-fifth inst., if, on or before that day, the enquiry on the  death of Mrs. Francks is completed  and her. husband is entirely exonerated  from all blame.  She signed the letter,* and handed it  to Scribner without a word. Then rising she rang the bell, walked unsteadily across the hall and opened the ball  door herself.  Go!  He picked up his hat and coat. Perhaps one day you will be grateful, he  'mumbled as he reached her aide.  She laughed.  It was quite dark oatside now, the  last rays of daylight had faded. Scribner looked up at the sky; the moon  was rising above the trees of the  park.  I am going straight to The Towers  to tell my au x'. the good news. Early  in the morning 1 shall be ln town  again. I daresay within twenty-four  hours any fears you may have about  Mr. Francks will be set at rest. The  'first thing I shall do will be to put  Heriot in communication with the woman. I referred to; the second to obtain a special licence.  He waited a moment and looked at  her, but she stood ghost-like against  the STeat oak door, silent, motionless.  And Fred Scribner passed out into the  night, and a few minutes later she  heard the throbbing of his motor-  . He  drove  it  at top  spee *   to  The  Towers regardless of danger to him-  Doubtless you feel s bit sore. Soot-  land Yard hates to be found blundering, eh?  We don't ofteS*- blunder, the detective said quietly. And, remember,  ".he coroner'B Jury haven't given their  verdict yet.  Heriot had not come alone to Scribner's rooms. A plain clothes officer  had been Instructed to wait im the  street below, and when the woman,  Fay Bulleen by name, left the building, he followed her.  But Mr. Heriot walked to the Savoy  Hotel and asked permission to be left  alone in a certain room on tihe second  floor for a few minutes. ���������      ,  He stood"at the window and looked i  down at the Embankment gardens.  They were deserted now, only'ft few  sparrows twittered dismally on tho  leafless trees. The seats were empty.  But before leaving, he asked Velnhardt that a couple of servants might  be left in the room, and ho placed  them in position.  Then he went down to the embankment gardens and sat on one of the  iron seats and looked-up at the hotel.  From the Embankment the room was  on the third floor. It had a small  balcony which partly obstructed the  view, and with the windows wide open  ho could distinctly see one of the servants where ho had placed her by the  table not far from tho window. When  the lights were turned on he could  see tharn both, but directly they moved towards the door which led into the  corridor they were lost to sight.  Taking out his note-book he drew a  sketch of the gardens and part of the  hotel, made a few notes, and then  slowly  strode towards Westminster.  He was satisfied that the mystery  had been solved, but he was disatis-  fled "with himself. His reasoning  had all been wrong. And he remembered his original and primitive instincts���������the instinct which had come  to him on tlie morning when he made J  his way to the restaurant in Conduit  Street where Aaron Roberts lunched.  That instinct had told him that Jimmy  Francks was innocent of causing his  wife's death. Yet every scrap of evidence he had collected proved that he  was guilty.  If only the pieces of broken bottle  the tumblers had been left untouched,  until his arrival, the finger-print clue  | would have quickly set all doubts at  rest au_ helped Llm considerably. But  aunt's hous-e just as she was finishing j several hands had touch-vl both :;!ass  a late supper. She expressed no sur-! and bottle and It would have  prise at seeing him, for Lady Mary j impossible and dangerous to  never read the newspapers, ani neith-'  eeii. u������.-  VwUCI o .  Inge, while Iris do Fontaigne wea|  fetched. The woman identified: her.  She -aid she saw them talk for r littfle  While, and t_.������n embrace.Y Ar ��������� little  later both Miss de Fontaigne and her  brother apparently left the roopi. Presently, -she noticed the man, Mr.  Francks, approach tho table, pick up  the tumbler, and cross the room," carrying li in his right hand. He walked  to the right, &__ disappeared from  sight.  (To he Continued)  i_iii_ .     in   ���������.-i��������� im   ^Mm_  Lobster Palace Etiquette'  A Ohlcagoah unacquainted with the  ways of New York entered ono of  Broadway's lobster palaces and ordered vlohy with ice and soft-shelled  craba with tarter sauce. In accord  with the settled customs of euch  places, ho was not promptly served.  To his expostulation lt was explained that the vichy was cold enough  without ice and th���������t soft-shelled  crabs take no tartar sauce in good  society. Instead, of accepting this  with a eomplaoent smile, the rash  man Insisted en Ms order, and as a  result had somo unpleasantness and  a fight where he should have had nothing but^ a long wait, bad service  and a big bill. \  The Incident Illustrates westea'n  ignorance of the aims and ends of  the palatial taverns in thia city. Such  places do not call themselves palaces  without a sense of royal pride. They  are hot open for the gratification of  guests, but the edification of the Innkeeper and his help. Tho proprietor  is above a captain of Industry. The  chef is a high functionary. The head  waiter Is a haughty lord. The waiter iu ordinary is by no meuns a subordinate. ..The wayfaring man that  enters does so at ihe risk of something more than his digestion and  his private fortune. If lie offends  tlio customs of t\b.e palace by insistent requests for compliance with his  orders, he Is likely *x> lose his patience and hla dinner as wall.  Tragedy In Tabloid   ti y  I.���������-Jones poisons his wife's cat.  IL���������He professes deep sorrow at  its disappearance.  III.���������He offers a $50 reward tor its  recovery.  IV.���������A number of cats were brought  for inspection.  V.���������Mrs. Jones Identifies ono.  The -act Word  World- Record Made at Great BIsley  Shoot  European shooting authorities are  enthusiastic in their praise of the remarkable marksmanship of Major P.  W. Richardson at the annual meet of  England's National Rifle Association  at.-BIsley, England- .  In the London Dally Telegraph's report of the competition, July 22, this  iomtion is made of Major Richard-  Boh'c work:  "Major P. W. Richardson, tho well-:  known marksman, who captained th������  last British shooting team that visited  Canada and Australia, has created  what is believed to be a world's.re-,  cord by scoring 83 consecutive bull's  eyes at 1,100 yards. They were secured, it is true, in two competitions,  pais extra shots, but aB they were obtained absolutely without interval the  foat Bt&iiue* Unparalleled. Improved  ammunition, it must not be forgotten,  played Its own part In the phenomenal shooting witnessed last week In  the match-rifle competitions. Major  lliVhardson Bhot with American service ammunition, manufactured by the  Remington Arms Union-Metallic Cartridge Compai-y,"  day said that -s was the last word  in grape Juice.   Tlie last word in grape [  juice Is Ice, and wo defy anybody to  make it out any other way.  in    Western  er knew nor car-d what was happening outside her world���������Sowers, cats  ind dogs.  Haven't heard anything more about  rour marriage; broken off, I suppose.  been  have  place<i any reliance on the blurred impressions which had been found.  Yes.  Mr. Heriot was    very    angry  with* himself-     He had blundered, yet j  looking back  he could not see how  sise he should have acted.    He knew  she snapned as she watched him ea: i he ought to be grateful to Scribner,  ravenously. j for otherwise he might hava bluuder-  Scribner poured himself out a sec-|ed still more deeply and have caused  ond  whisky  and  soda.      It will  take [the arrest, perhaps even the death of  place on the    twenty-fifth,    he    said < an innocent man.  cheerfully. i     The resumed inquest had been fixed  Laity Mary sighed, and walking to -   _    .  the sideboard commenced to prepare  supper for her beloved uogs. I'll be-j  lieve you when you bring your bride  here, she snapped. Well, I suppose  it's the best thing you can do, I shall  aier.easie.1" in my mind���������-especially if  Miss de Fontaigne is fond of animals.  She laughed. I suppose your last request will be that, in your own pretty-  language, I shall kick the bucket  ���������juickly.  CHAPTER XXIX  The Honorable Fred Scribner reached London at half-past nine the next  morning. At ten-thirty he wan interviewing Ht?r!ot in his rooms while they  waited for the woman who was to  solve the mystery of Ella Franck's  aeath.  Tho moment she was shown ln, the  detective recognized her.  It was indeed tho woman he had  seen pt.andi.ig on the Embankment  gardens when he had looked from tho  window of the room the Francks' occupied on the evening of tho tragedy.  And she recognized Heriot, or pretended to. The detective questioned  ber hrlpfly, apparently he was satisfied wllh hor answers. But he was  not so satisfied with the Honorable  Fred, ond beforo he left he bluntly  toll him so.  j-ii'i'iijiii'i' jrtUgiicu Hi, ������*..*.;;.  not been fur me you might have hang-  ori nn    inn.cent    man,    Mr.    Heriot.  Whito Blisters Spread All Over  Head, Scratched Until Mass of  Sores, Hard Crusts Left Raw  Flesh. Had to Cut Hair Away.  Healed  by Cuticura Soap and  Ointment. Hair Growing Thick.  ,    ������ ���������  ISO Romalno St., Petcrboro, Ontario.���������  "My Httlo girl's bead was In a torrlblo  j.l_U). It _t_rtcd vrltli little v.hito bllctfrs,  which would break until ib  upro.-ul all over her head.  Tlio bnrnlnt* and Itching  wero rirwidnil, atpecfolly  _t nip-lit when nhn would  t***rat<-ti lb until 16 waa ono  niasa of turn* all over hor  head and tho pillow would  bo covond with blooit. Hho  could K**t no rait at all with  Bho would bug of mo ta put,  something on to cool tlio burnlnc* and  Irritation. Hard cru_ta would form on Iiit  haul which whon alio ncrateliexl It would  loavo tho raw flcx-h undornortth, and Ix-r  lialr rnmn off with It or would bo In mirh  a dreadful i-tato thnt I would bo oIjIIkc.i1  to cut the hilr -Mvay.  "t irifA _/*v*-rul rem-NlIca but now* of  tlioi.i ���������"i;in,������l to do any gc.uii. I then cut  licr hair null** clour*, -/auli/vl It with <*'ui leura  Hoap anil liunciiitfi-ti It. iimuk ��������� >ii(it-iii.t uiuw  liu'lit..     It   III   IIOW   l'| ill In   lnjl.il    wllliollt.  Tx  lu.ir- on Lho l'xll. lli.c ...i',[ Ii t.iuvt't,,; i.Uxi  ��������� nd thick aif-jln.'* (al.ncd; Mu. M. Huuu-  elcr*. Kuli. l.'l. 1012.  Cuticura flo.-ip unit <"*ntlriir.x Ointment, nrm  I ,r.,,.i/> ������"-������ N o'*-->*r ������nf*VI������.f,f T.llwriil  mimplo of each ninll'-d Ota Willi :ir~'-|i. Mklu  Hook. Ad'tit*-* inmi c;ird I'oiu-r linn*; Ac  Chum. Corp., Dcpt. _0D. Jloilon, V, H. K.  m  -_��������� II llll���������       ������������������-������������������-��������� ���������������������������������������������">-*��������� in-'    ���������" ��������� ���������-������������������ mmmmmmm���������������mmmmm-mmmm. ��������� ��������� *~��������� -  W.   N-   U.  065  tho pain.  for the twenty-fifth instant, and Her-  it waited for the day with mingled  feelings. He could imagine the coroner making sarcastic remarks, and  the ridiculous criticisms which would  appear in the newspapers." -...It bad  been a very near thing, and herknew  the Honorable Fred Scribner must  have had a very good reason for keeping the woman, Fay Bulleen, in the  background until the last moment. He  felt inclined to try ai..*. discover that  reason, but reminded himself that it  was none of his business.  The first person Francks saw on his  return to London was Aaron Roberts.  The Jew described his interview with  Scribner. Francks listened but seemed ln no way surprised or disturbed.  He wants to make sure of hanging  me, that's all, he said. Anyway, he'll  save me the trouble of making a confession.  But supposing this woman says you  are not the person she saw pour the  poison into the glass���������what then?  She'll swear I'm .".e man right  enough���������I'm glad you love Miss de  Fontaigne, after all, Roberts, Francks  continued, for I shall go out feeling  perfectly assured that Scribner will  never possess her. I have left Mrs.  de Fontaigne practically my whole  fortune, in trust for the two children.  The moneylender nodded. You can  ,set your mi nil nt rest about Scribner.  I'd kill him before he hurts a hair of  Miss de Fontaigi--'s head._  Francks gave Aaron itoberts his  hand.  The twenty-fifth of the month arrived, and again the court-hoUBO at Westminster was full. Again a crowd filled the adjoining streets. Interest in  the case had been' re-doubled. Somehow the news had leaked out that new  developments wero expected.  Directly Uk proceedings opened, Inspector Herr_t announced that he  wished to cr.ll a no**-" witness, nnd  explained tho reasons why sho had  not boen summened to appear originally. Fay Bulleen was then put into  the witness-box and sworn.  She gavo her evidence haltingly, almost reluctantly. Her motives for  watching tlio window or tlio room tho  Francks' occupied at the hotel woro  mere curiosity. Sho deposed to seeing a man, whoso description she gavo,  pour somo liquid from a small phial or  bottle into a tumbler uud add :;oiuj  water. She was asked if sho could  seo t.ho man ln court, and cho identic,  ftcd Francks. Ho was disturbed by  tho entrance of a visitor, an undersized, deformed youth.  Tlio coroner asked If Mr. Reuben  do Fontalgno were in court, and a reply in iho affirmative bolng glvon, ho  wa3 ublvi'd to stand up.  lui i-iuik'tu hk-iiLlfii'd hi"- nr, thr-  vlsltor.  Apple   ueaiers  The success of apple growing as an  Industry depends to a _reat extent on  the securing of a good market. It  Is no uncommon occurrence almost  every fall for gre������.t quantities of apples to He about und^o* the trees to  rot or to ba fed to Logs because no  good market is accessible, While  the fruit is thus going to waste there  are thousands of householders mor3  especially in the prairie ' provinces  that are longing for fresh fruit of a  sort that can be stored and drawn  upon during the winter months.. The  difficulty cf the one class is to reach i  buyers for the fruit and the other to '  find a supply at a moderate price. To  bridge the gulf that separates these  two classes, and thereby do both an  Invaluable service; the Dairy and  Cold Storage Commissioner has Issued a list of the wholesale ant retail  apple dealers in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and sections of New  Ontario whose addresses were available. These which number about  275 dealers and firms, with few exceptions are said to be in a position  to buy at least one carloa*' o* fruit.  This information is given in Circular  No- y, of the Dairy and Coli Storage  Branch, coines of wheh *may be secured free from the Publications  Branch of the Department of AgriciU-  ture, at Ottawa.  Breaking It gently  The Boss���������I have looked up your  record and was told that your word  was as good as your bond.  JUt-     iipplJ.Cu._l.-  hear it.  '-The Boss���������And, further, that the  only bond you ever signed was your  bail bond and you jumped that.  Who'd Blame Him  Ballard���������Why didn't Hawley take  that job to-day? He's been idle  more than a year.  Littleton���������'Vtoll, if he started to  work now he wouldn't get a vacation  this summer.  _ '       IT���������  Husband tat police station*)��������� They  say rou have caught theTellow who  robbed our house night before last.  Sergeant���������Yes. * ijo you want to  see him?  Husband���������Sure!  I'd llko to talk to  him.     I want to Itnow how ho got in I  without waking my wife.    I have been  trying to do that for tho last twenty  yearB.  STOPPED SHORT  Taking Tonics, and Built up on Right  Food  Statu  of  Ohio,   City, of  Toledo,     \  Lucas County f   ss  Frank J. Cheney makes oath that lie la  penlor partner of the firm of F. J.  Choiv & Co.. doing business Jn tho city  of Toledo, County and State aforesaid,  tu 1 that pnld firm will pay the sum of  O-K :IUNDUBD DOLL,/ -S i:r ������ach and  every caso of catarrh that cannot "bo  cured by the uso of Hall'a -atari"��������� Cure.  FRANK  J,   CHENEY.  Sworn to before me and subscribed  In hlsi presence, this Sth day of Dcco_i-  bei-    A.T>.,   1886,  (Seal.) A.   W.   GLEASON.  Notary   Public'  Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally,  ana acts directly on the blood and  mucous surfaces of tho system. Send  for  testimonials   free.  F.  J.  CHENEY _ CO.. Toledo. O.  ���������������old  by  aU   _cu_srlsts.   75c.  Take Hall's Family Pfiis for constipation.  -  ., -,.  ������ i       i  It was after Chris'.mas and the little  maid of eig'-.t was sitting disconsolately by the njpsery window.  Aren't you going to play with your  new doll? asked her mother, with a  side glance at the discarded present  No, said the little girl.  Oh! but you wanted a nice dolly.  One that talked, didn't you"  No response.  And this one says, Ma-ma, Pa-pa-  The little maid's eyes flashed and  spajkled as she replied: I want a doll  that says: Votes for women.  v Every ten cent packet will  kill more flies thai! $8.00 worth  of any sticky fly killer. Refuse  substitutes, which are most  unsatisfactory.  *\1 r������-o r**.^--***-  Jcf_V--U_> -w\*  Corns cannot exist when Hoiioway's  Corn Cure is applied fo them, because  It goes to the root and kills the  growth.  Robert Henri, the artist, was talking  at the annual exhibition of the Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts about  certain old masters. Take, for instance, he said, 'Morland.* The illustrious and indefatigable Morland painted in the course" of forty years 4,000  pictures. And of these��������� Mr. Henri  smiled his quiet and intelligent smile.  Of these, he continued, ro less .than  3,900 are *?stant.  ivlinard's   Liniment  Cures   uiphi'neria  A -snlus In Mosaics  There recen'ly died at Ivry, a suburb of Paris, a remarkable old man  named Fratssard, who, it Is claimed,  could have been one of the world's j  most famous sculptors, if he had so  desired, but who, Instead, lived in a,  quiet, unpretentious way and finished  life as he began it, with very little  in the way of this yorld's goods.  When a boy, Mr. Fraissard was apprenticed to a marble-cutter, says the  London News. For 50 years he continued to execute the most beautiful  works of art; mostly in mosaics. It  ls claimed that every piece of work  he did was a masterpiece, and the two  rooms in which he lived contain a  wonderful collection of beautiful objects. One is a black marble table  with chessboard in -nyx. and some  cups, glasses and-.bottles. So delicate  _*>������ +T-. 0* **-y_i'-jl*-*nnt rt mrs c* \* ? T** 4-V������ r������ i. **M.-1. (trsnAQT'o  ao       i/������XU        ���������**/ Ol _-l_-_C*j-..l.-~JL--J-������       _*-_i*i_      l*-4.<-<       UWiuvvi %j  are transparent. Eight years were  occuiied in the fashioning of this  piece of worlc.  M. Fraissard's masterpiece took him  nearly three times as long. It is a  black marble table. In the middle is  a ehessboard, on either side of which  are playing card- arranged as fans.  On the tabl6 are dominoes and dice,  cigars and cigarettes and several  coins in gold and silver. All these  are, of course, inlaid. The materials  in the table besides the black marble,  are agate, onyx, porphry, malchite and  lapis lazuli, the tones of which are  black, red, orange, blue and white.  Ninety different kinds of marble were  also used.  In the old man's lodgings there are  dozens of mosaics, opal cups, chandeliers and inkstands, inlaid in all sorts  of stones. Fifty years of overwork,  however, brought on a paralytic seizure, and for two years he had been  helpless. Ke would never part with  any of his works, no matter what price  was offered him.  Tho nibtako is frequently mado of  trying to build up a worn-out norvdUa  system on so-called tonics���������drugs.  Now material from which to rebuild  wasted norvo ceila, Is-whut should bo  supplied and this can bo obtained only  from proper food.  "Two years ago I found myself on  tho verge of a complete norvous collapse, duo to overwork and (tudy, and  to illno* 1 tho family," writes a  young mother.  "My friends bocamo nlarmod bo-  cause I,grew . '.lo and Uiiu uud could  not sloop nghts. I took various tonics prescribed by phyolelanti, but their  offocta woro off shortly aftor I stoppod  taking thom. My food did not booiu  to nourish mo r.r.d I gained no ftes1^  nor blood.  Reading of Grape Nutn,   determined  to slop -liu t(.nl< -   and   boo   what   a  change of illct would do.    I ato drapo-  "u!r. four tinirrs ... ������*".ny v,*!Hi r.rcnm antl  Continuing, sho Bald that tho J drank milk also,  wont to lied  early  A youthful Canadian, who ia possessed of 'rlie romantic ide-- of going  to sea," is meeting with much parental  opposition.  The sailor never amounts to anything, rv boy, urged his prosaic father. He works hard, has few holidays and never achieves ������-Teat success.  That's whete you're mistaken, exclaimed young Canada, triumphantly.  Look at King George! He started  out as a sailor and now he's got to  be the head of the empire..  Water at  Hand  In  Desert Place  The phrase about makin_ the desert blossom as the rose Is rather  hardworked in these days, for the  old prophecy la truly coming to pass  in a literal way which is very significant. In New Mexico, for example  a certain valley ie reported to be a  top of an underground sea of excellent  fresh water. This reservoir may be  tapped without ever exhaiistlag the  supply. The water has boen analyzed and found to be the purest body  of water in the country, and 200  pumps already at work thore, drawing from 200 to 2,000 gallons a minute, ase making roseB���������or at any  rate marvelous fruits and vegetables  ���������grow whore wero before only sand  and dscouraged cactus. Plowing and  irrigation ls carried on every week  in tho year and in moRt of tho gardens vegetables grow all tho yoar  round.  two men talked together for a llttlo  while, and sho saw somo papers pass  between thom. Then Bho lOHt Bight of  both, but after a whllo a woman on tercel tho room, coming apparently from  n room on tho right.  Sho woro a loose wrap. Sho saw  her faco distinctly, and ubo wan ready  to Hwonr thnt nh<* was the woman  wiu'iiu \iin\j u\m h*'il rjurrt !tr!rntiik-tl.  oh.* bf-r.t o.'cr tho tablo nppnr^ntly  ���������i..ii.ib������iiK fer coKu.lhln***, thon hold a  Huh- but Hi; up lo tlm llf-jit, took out  tho fork and poured tlio contents Into  ! a tumbler.    Bin* I'.nr-nu-il to ho midden*!  1  -                             *      ������         .������ .     ..     i     11        'ni  r  ,j     ui...... ,,..,.,     ,   I ,������,...., iinriiiitf ���������imi rnn bnek to tho  rlgh*. Uii : raw her i���������hnilow on tho  blind of a window on tho right.  Then   the   uinii   ni������|������ear������ 1   again   In  tvifiipuny with a jnnng luily.  Mrs. Flint -camo for a vlalt to hor  sister's homo, and her llttlo niece  Charlotte,  was delighted to  soo  hor.  What became of tho black kltton  that you had whonJt wub hero before?  asked Mra. Flint.  Why, don't you know? askod Char-  lotto, muoh surprlBGd,  I haven't hoard a word, roplied tho  aunt.     Was ho poisoned?  No, ma'am eald Charlotte.  Drn-vnody  Oh, no.  Stolon?  No, Indeed.  Hurt in any way?  No, ma'am.  Well, said Mrs. Flint, I can't guess,  doar.     What bocamo ot him?  ITo growed into a cat, said Char-  lotto.  Went Right to It  ���������"- James Francis Dwyer, the Australian  novelist, tells the following story  about the Japanese. Dwyer began  as a reporter in Melbourne.  Japan sent a warship on Invitation  to Australia, said he. We were to  unvreil a monument in a park in -the  interior'of Melbourne. The Japanese  sailors were to grace the occasion.  Not one of the Japanese had ever  been on shore there before. When  the morning of the unveiling came  Melbourne sent a mounted escort to  show the visitors the way to the park.  'The escort wasn't needed.. At the  head of the brown column marched  an officer with his nose on a map, pinned to a bit of board. ,  He never looked up, said Dwyer.  Now and then he'd give an order In  Japanese, and the column would wheel  to the left or right. Kind friends  would wave their hands at the mounted escort, marching proudly up the  wrong street, and tell them they had  lost the city's guests.  Two or three times that performance was repeated. Then the mounted escort gave it up ln disgust. The  Japanese wont. Yo the park in the interior ot the city straight ns a pigeon  flies to a hole In the barn. Afterwards J3.wycr and other reporters  measured tho route and discovered  that tho Japanese, guided only by  their war map, had taken the shortest route to thoir destination through  a strango city.  Ideals  No matter what back we read, something within uo lifts us above that ?  book; we must press on. No masterpiece in any art is a measure or what  thero is in any one of us. We are  forever ..sking the pictures that have  never been painted. We see statues  unquarried, yet in the marble of Faros. Our ears listen for mutic that  h-S never reached'human Instruments*  Our eyes vaguely make out temples  that have never been built. In his  hands lie the books that have never  been written. . It is thus with human  spirit in the arts. It cannot long fold  its wings upon itB own masterpieces;  it rests there awhile, ther must fly  on. Thus all achievement is but a  small part of v.*hat man strives to  achieve;, and thus the old always  le -,ves the young something to do.  Minard's Llnlr lent Cures Colds, Eto.  Reviving the Fnozen  Frofessor Bakhmetieif, of Moscow  University, has proved that animals  may be frozen alive and then resuscitated without the slightest harm.  The first experiments were made  with cold-blooded animals and insects.  Butterflies were enclosed in a vessel  containing air at a temperature of minus 23 degrees centigrade. The body  fluid* Immediately froze hard, all vital  actions ceased, and iu ordinary phr rr-  eology, th'j butterflies were frozen to  death.     ' Y-  .frofessor Bakhmetieff soon discovered, however, that by slow and careful warming they could be restored to  life at any time before the body temperature had fallen below mnius 10 degrees centigrade. Further tes'.:  showed that when the resuscitation  process was begun at a body temperature of minus 4 1-2 degrees centigrad 3  recovery was quickest and moat complete. _  The next stage was the repetition  of the experiment on warni-bloOded  animals and en mammalo. Two hundred tests in all were made and ..early all succeeded. Bat3 were refrigerated and kept dead for many weeks,  and then completely restored.  No "child'should be allowed tj" suiter  an hour from worm:; when prompt  relief can be ������*ot in a simple L-ut  strong remedy���������Mothe:* Graves' Worm  Exterminator.  Thero was it paimo In ih'i proceed-' |r-ter������������t.  after eating, a dish of Unvno-Nuta be  foro rotirlr.g.  "In about two wook������. I was Bleeping  soundly. In a short tlmo gained 201hs.  In weight and felt llko a dlfferoi".t  woman. My llttlo daughter whom I  waB obliged to koop ovt or school last.  i-prliiK on account ot clironl catarrh,  has changed from a thin, palo nervous  child to a ro"?', hrinllhy |������lrl fm<l h.ifi  f/ono hnok to iiohool thin full.  "Grnpe-Niita nnd fn-sh air -were lho  only agents uned to accomplluh tho  hanpy roaultii."  Namo glvon  by  ChiuuIIui*  rustum  \ nn       MMni'lrrM*      Ort.      llc-f.ll     !*������!������     llttlo  booklet, "Tho  Jload   ,u  Wellvin**,''  in)  pltgo,      ���������'iiii-ioM a iu'.u-.ju.  Ever read the above letter? A new  cn_ appear* from time to tlme.^ihey  ���������rc y-iuilne, *������*������<���������> "���������"���������"<* ���������"*��������������������������� of RSnian  Beaet by Awful Dangers  Our friend Tom recently married.  His brldo, being from tha Pacific coast  whoro thunderstorms nro rare and  gentle, became terrified when a genuine eastern rip-ronrcr hroko loose,  nnd she sought safoty In a cloaot.  Presently enmo a scream from her  placo of refuge.  What's tho matter? Inquired hor  husband?  Oh, Tom, sho answorod, halt crying,  halt laughing, I'm afraid to como out  bocauso of tho lightning, und I'm  afraid to otuy ln hero bocauao there's  a motiBG.  A young Philadelphlan who had redded that his somewhat extravagant  spouse ought to keep an account of her  expenditures, came to her, c.ie day,  with a neat account book, prettily  bound.  Now, Suzanne, he s^Id, I want you  to put down on this side of the book  the money I give you for the household expenses, and on th. other a  statement of how it goes. Ia a couple  of "reeks I'll give you another supply  of money.  .Suzanne took the book and promised  to follow instructions.  Two weeks later hubby called for  the book.  Oh, I have kept it all rlgh:, said Suzanne.     Here it Is.  On one page was written: ReceiveiL  from Dick $100, and Oj\ tho opposite*  aide was the comprehensive statement,  spent it all.  Tho admiration   entertained   by   a  Trenton boy for hlB uncle Includes nil  tho latter's attributes and even possessions which tho uncle himself is not.  wont to deem desirable.  Uncle, said tho lad one day lifter he  had '"loen studying his undo ln laughing convocation with his father, I  don't care much for plain teeth like  mine. I wish I had some copper-toed  oneB like yours.  Too Soon to Judge  A gontlo.uan wns sorely out of pa-  tlonco by abmo blunder of his  new  groom.  Look horo, ho cried, In 1 ,'j nngor.'I  won't havo things dono In this way!  Do you think t am a fool?  Shure,  Borr, said the groom.      Ol  can't say, Borr.     Ol only camo hero  yoHtei'day.  ���������mmmsmms* ii 'i ���������'"> ***"* ��������� m***m������ mmmmmm*  No Let up  Clhc   I tell you, filr, thnt wo women  will novor rout until wo got tho voto.  Ho���������I know;    nnd   that   ls:.'t   tho  Havo you any hot water In your  ������Havo I?   My doar boy, I am nover I worst of ibr-you won't lot us mon rest  out ot It -cither.  iiifiulfecablo  So you hi-ho your engagement with  him?  Yon.  What for? m     ,     ,  IIo'o a conceited thing. I -Imply  couldn't stand him.  I novor hoard him brag. What  makctj you think him concrltod?  All tho tlmo wo woro engaged ho  -ovor onco Ycld mo that ho was unworthy of my lovo.  Hits Manifold Aspect  Small Boy���������Mummy, la lt really true  that tho devil hnu hornu and a club  fnnt?  ���������lie   Mollicr���������AU,   my   dear,   noiuu-  tllllCH    UIU    UD,ll    ..l>*.^....f   ...    ������.���������������'-.    _.i..������-������.  oof i   very handsome and  charmlut  young mar..  'hnr-H Moy rpllylnr-ly)���������Oh, :iumnvy  you'ro thinking ot Cupid.  Success depends largely upon  In your race for success don't loono alight of tho fact that only  through good health can you attain buccobb. ,  The tension you must necessarily place upon your norvea, and the  sacrifice of proper exercise you havo to mako at Umoo must b������  balanced in uomo way.  Dr.  Pierce'*   Golden   Medical  Discovery  ammmmtm       mmmmmmaa^mmmmtmmma mmaamaaaaammamaaam -mamamaaaaaaaaamaamma fammmmimmamamaaammamtam  i������ ilm balancing poumr���������a vitalizing powor.    It acta ort  Uiu _U/���������������__1. iiid cr^nr.s cf dicr*'"^,n" ������,r,H -ntHUon, thuM  fmrlfylng the blood and giving strength to tho norvea,  r-ireclly aiding the liver to perform ito very important  work. br. JPistrem't Coldmn Medical Discowry lias beeu  -successful for a generation as a tonic and body bulldor.  Bold by modlclno dealers In liquid or tablet form���������  urial box ol ��������� __o������������u������   wuuvU *,i, 4-._I4.l, wT CO v..--  If in Utling With? vmto Dr. ft. V. Pierce**  .AcuSiy ai Livalld-' UotcL Buffclo, New York.  DR. MERCK- C&EAT ll  wmii.y nnrroi* ww**. !(  ���������Vii* PmpI.'( Cmmmi  Santa M������dlc������l AatvUMnr  ���������n-mtji *m������Umi u>-t������i-  ti������t������ ������_iiw<-.r looal  p-(������*. ���������niw-.r* b���������tU  aif <1<_l������-a������ -piMtlMU-  ���������whlch mrmrr wommu  .Inula avna.rrl ���������<).--->M  to know. i*������ul t *__. |  I* *L������ilt hhullna Ia __v I  ���������r.<*df������������* OA ������������������������lpH mm  50***-o**t tt-ant*. t*  eo***- _m| ���������! mitmvplm*  ���������ir���������I tn-ll���������i������ mmlf.  K���������',���������"'.'������������������ '.I'..  TITO __15VI_SW. CEESTOST, B. C  VA������  r -tititi titi ^YilllsilBS  ^-;Y;_^fel?iiisi^  V^^-?.??;^Y'?M?iiiiil  W������ M*cilie5ila--|g1y  recommend Magic B-___#  Po-wcter as being the best, purett  and most fuealtbiuS baking fid-Wider that it is possible f6 product*  ^CONTAINS NO ALUMf  AH fo^-edi-ii-s __*a niniinly printed  on the Iafcs!^  <F*%t*XkVL  tsmmtwxxh  TORONTO. ONT.  VWNNBPEG - MONTREAL  TH& 'REDBEARDS*  mmmxmmmm.  Sriganda.e In Northern Manchurfa  Commercial conditions in North  SCahishuria during ihe year 1312, hay������  be������d^ far from satisfactory, says Mr.  Rtr.?A; JB3. Bastes, the British Acting  Consul at Harbin, in his report for  1912. Even at this great distance from  Uio- centres of the Chinese revolution  which broke out in Jtho autumn of  3.911; ho says; Its' effects hare been  manifested ?in lessening tho thready  S_ffieie_tly vague and   shadowy   au- J  SWEAR,  SAID   THE   BISHOP  .. ���������...*.._.-.r.^.tf-m  ..   -..~.'.~-f.-.X  titititimm  Free Indict.a  iu proportion io tho number of inhabitants there are very nearly, as  many pianos and au'.omobiles in the  towns cf the old Cherokee nation in  the present state of Oklahoma as there  are in those of Vermont or Delaware.  The only Indians who are in the old  free, nomadic condition are about 200  Seminoles in the Florida everglades  and the big cypress morass. These  Indians are as independent of the  white man and almost as Isolated from  Casting Shadows'Before  South Sea Islanders, in Captain  Cook's day, believed that when they  fed on an enemy his courage found its  way into their' hearts. We may  smile at e. notion so crude- Two  hundred years ago, and. more. South  American Indians began relieving the  pangs of indigestion by eating the  stomachs of ostriches. We may imagine them removing from those organs any residum of nails,, or door-  <nob_, which might remain: there. For  in  lantic. They are neither citizens nor  wards of the United States, nor do  they hold any relation to their old  associates who were transferred by  the government to the west side of  the Mississippi two thirds of a century ago, and who became one of the  Ave civilized tribes of ths present  state of Oklahoma.  CURED ECZEMA  LIKE MAGIC  Suffered   for  Years���������Tried  all   Kinds  of Treatment���������Surprised at Results  From  Dr. Chase's Ointment.  You can soon tell when people are  enthusiastic about medical treatment  by the language they use.-e^After experimenting with all sorts    of    ointments in a vain effort to obtain relief  and cure, the writer of this letter was  astonished at the quick and satisfactory results obtained by the use of Dr.  Chase's Ointment..-���������  "It worked like magic," she writes.  Indeed, it is surprising the healing that  is often effected in a single night by  this great ointment. The stinging  and itching are relieved at once, and  cure is only a matter of time and patient treatment. - ?  Mrs. Clements, l: Strange street,  Toronto, bnt., writes: "I have suffered  from eczema -or years, and after using all kinds of ointments, at* last tried  Dr. chase's Ointment. T��������� worked  like magic and proved a Godsend to  me. ���������! would advise anyone suffering  ._ from eczema to try one bos and fcs  convinced." 60 cents, a box, all  dealers, or Edmanson, Sates & Co.,  Limited, Toronto.  mmmmmmmm^mmmmmm^mmmmx  Even for Once  The man of whom wo were told  went into a downtown restaurant a  noon or so ago and ordered a substantial luncheon. He a', it growl-  ingly and when he had finished and  received his check he marched up to  the cashier's desk and slapped down  a fine-looking bank note.  It was a Confederate bill and the  cashier was not slow to detect it.  She pushed it bauk t. the customer.  This Is no good, she eald scornfully.  Neither  was  the   lunch,   answered  the patron.      Keep the change how-  ������    ever.      And he went away.  him, as were their forefathers when \ x  long   time  this  rude   remedy w_s  ; Ponce  de Leon and De  Soto landed I laughed at by Spaniards and English-  . their  neighborhood, says the  At-1 men.   Today, throughout the    world,  pepsin takes its ph-ea among ihe  trustworthy resources of pharmacy  and this pepsin is prepared from the  stomachs, not of ostriches, but of  swine���������bravely competitive with ostriches ia feats of digestion.  Nutrition, which follows upon digestion, seems to slepend upon the thyr-  rrld gland, conspicuous in the human  throat as Adam's apple. When one  r>f the lower .animals suffers the removal of its thyroid gland, nutrition is  at once seriously disturbed. If the  poor brute under experiment has  pieces of fresh gland grafted ,b >neath  ���������ts skin, the derangement of nutrition  rs forthwith checked". An extract  from such a gland series just as well.  A. singular fact is that thyroid glands  In healthy and mature animals contain more iodine than does any other  tissue; and the activity of a gland as  a remedy Is in proportion to the iodine  it contans. Why, nobody knows as  yet. But knowledge, thougb incomplete, may have great value as far as  it goes. In some parts of Europe, especially In Switzerland and Northern  Italy, tlie deformity known as cretinism, afflicts wide districts. * This and  allied diseases of imperfect nutrition  are accompanied by thyroid glands  either withered or undeveloped. In  such cases welcome relief follows upon the administration of thyroid extract; 'its particles seem to fly to the  places where they^find slmila* particles, much as iron filings speed to  the magnet swayed above them.   .  .Other, glands, in elaborate tests, are  proving to be equally helpful to physicians. Take, for example, those  borne immediately abov-* the kidney.  They yield a preparatiojucalled adrenalin. This powerfully closes the  smaller blood-vessels, so that it arrests bleeding, which unchecked,  might threaten death. Its uses are  golden, in many seveie surgical oper-r  ations. Thus from a quartar unimag-  ined twenty years ago disease confronts a new foe, and health finds a  faithful defendei.  thbriity exercised by Chinese officiat  dom over-ths population.   >  ���������A. direct iricont-vro waa thus given  to lawless acts of brigandage, and  largo number^ swelled ..the ranks of  the redoubtable -Hunghutzu or red  beards; who- infested? the countryside  and mado a prosperous livelihood by  means, of rapine and the holding for  ransom of parsons and property. Such  terror ������id these men exercise that carriers refused to face tho risk of the  road unless very highly paid, and the  prices commanded for t_e hire of their  services and vehicles rose to one hundred and fifty per cent. In excess of  the nominal figure.  The natural result was that far  smaller quantities of cereals were Obtainable than had been anticipated,  and t_o jocal prices rose i-o an a_nest  prohibitive scale���������from ?15 -to $20  per ton; failures were not Infrequent,  and the more substantial merchants  were in many cases only able to load  the vessels chartered to fulfil their  forward contracts at a serious loss.  Instead of the anticipated large increase In the exports of soya beans  during the year 1912, for the haulage  of which the Chinese Eastern Railway  had made elaborate preparations, tha  value of exports of ihis commodity  was actually only some 77 per cent  of the figures reached in 1011.  Prior to the end of 1912 the Chinese  took no steps to cope with the s<tate  of affairs; it is, however, satisfactory  to be able to report that at the time  of writing (April, 1913) efficient military measures of repression have been  carried out, and in the chief produping  centres within 100 miles- radius of  Harbin _rdei* and safety to life and  property br.ve been restored.  A  Sea Captain  Played  a Joke on a  Reverend. Pascenger  ,    I remember an anecdote of a bishop  j**bf Cork, who   voyaging   across   the.  Channel intone of the sailing boats,!  was muoh shocked by the oath of the-  captaln, and from reasoning and entreaty cams to somewhat angry protest.  - Ye see, my lord, said tho captain,  unless I swear my mea won't obey  me.  Try them, urged the bishop; try  them.  So the skipper at last agreed to do  so; but unknown to his lord-hip, he  arranger, a littio comedy_ with tho  crew. Very soon It came to blow  afresh."  Tom, cried tho captain, coil that  rope. Torn never moved, but stood  chewing his quid.  Jack, Bill. Harry, said tho skipper,  just oblige me by taking in tho topsail. Not a man stirred. The wind  howled more and more loudly; the  vessel plunged heavily - through the  waves. Then the skipper turned to  the pale-faced "bishop,,- who was  \ atching the result of the experiment  My lord, my lord, said he, In a terrified undertone; what am I to do? If  my men won't obey me, we must all  go to the bottom.  ���������Well, said the bishop, slowly and  reluctantly, under'the circumstances  ���������I think you may���������swear a little.  No sooner said than done; a volley  o2 oaths sent Jack, Bill and Harry  aloft, and about as quick as lightning  sails were furled, ropes coiled, and no  more warnings against the sin of profanity were heard during that voyage  at least.  FACTORY   LOADED   SHOTGUN   SHELLS.  It's not sentiment that m^kesthe most successful shots shoot  Winchester Factory Loaded Shells.   It's the results they give.   It's their entire reliability, evenness of pattern and uniform shooting. Winchester  ''Leader" shells, loaded with smokeless powder,  are the best shells on the market. Winchester  "Repeater" shells loaded with smokeless powder  ere cheap in price but not in quality. "Winchester  <rNew Rival" black powder shells are the favorite  bfecfc powder load- on the market%.oa account of  their shooting and reloading qualities. Tryeither of  these shells and you'll be weii pleased,  'xney are  JHEW BRAND,    SOLD  EVERYWHERE,  WOMEN NEED  ii   \f__3_)    -aai-.a  . N  And There is Net-hag Better T_aa  Dr. W!lIiaI_s, Pink Pills fer  _L_ ���������sss^.^J  ui_ivy*������������   **o.. _?-?r������_ _ a __-*>-������   o _ i?_? _��������� it  m ft T/>i_rc  --in special convertible box.   "'*?.������������������  -good matches always ready at the bottom,  -burnt sticks are dropped In the top.  "���������noiseless; heads do not glow.  _and absolutely non-poisonous.  Happy Speech  A birthday gift was given to a wife  by her husband and three children.  The youngest, a little ten-year-old,  was appointed to make tho speech of  presentation. She did it after much  preparation for the occasion, and this  was tho form it took:  Dear mamma, this gift Is presented  to you by your three clilldr *-. and ono  husband.  An OH Thai, la Famous.��������� Though  Canada was not tbo birthplace ot Dr.  Thomas* Eclectrlc Oil, lt Is the home  of tbnt famous -compound. From hero  Its good namo war. spread to Central  and South America, tho Went Indies,  Australia and New Zealand. That la  for nflohl onou.^1. to attoat Its excellence for In all thc3o countries It Ib  en nato and In demand.  MnariTs Liniment Co., Limited. .-  Dear Sirs,���������This fall I got thrown  on a fence and hurt my chest very  bad, so I could not worlc and it hurt  n.: to breathe. I tried all hinds of  Liniments and they did mo no good.  One bot-e of MINARD'S LINIMENT, warmed'on flannels and applied on my breast, cured me completely. *  C  H. COSSABOOM.  Ross way, Dlgby Co., N.S.  She���������There soema to ho a strange  affinity botwoen a colored man and a  chicken.     I wonder why?  Ilo���������Naturally enough. Ono In **ie-  Mooudcd from Hum uud Uio oLhci* Trom  eggs.  Young Poet���������Ah! Do you know, darling, I oan ooo myself on tho pinnacle  of tamo!  draco���������Oh, George?, don't lot mo  wake you up.  &8������&������t  ^^������������������������������������^^p  CI*I_A_4_������ 'I'HJ. IlAfMllS������  No mailer how boiled tht*-/ tue.  CrcftHC, Ink nud nl! other r.tnhifi  come off with {Snap.    Leaves the  1,������..,!, ,���������fl   ���������,,,1    ,..1,H������        X ,i<*���������*.nl',~  Muffled Knocks  Bcbby, you muotn't put your stlclcy  ���������fingers on Mrs. Kawler's nice dress;  it's tho only silk dress she has.  No, Mr. Smyler, I haven't the slightest objection. to your smoking ln my  houoo; let me offer you a good cigar.  Old Scout, you always-pitch a good  gamo of ball���������except when I am hotting on you.  You llvo in OutDomohurst, do  you, Mr. Blubblnp? Has that suburb  a respectable rosldonce section? ,,  You shoT good literary Judgment,  Mr, .Loe; you aro always s-eallng my  stuff.  Won't you let your llttlo boy- como  to our Sunday school, Mrs. Jordlo?  It can't mako him any worse, and it  may do him much good.  Poisoning by canned goodn will not  occur If care lv cxercluod in their  selection. Novor purchase cans with  two lump** of Roldlcr ns thia shows  that tho contontB hnu worked and bo  had to bo boiled ovor and ro-aonlod.  Tf top of can bulgcn outward do not  tako tho can aa tho contents aro fermenting, and It linger Is prosRcd ou  can and dont fallo right baclc ln placo  aa booh aa tho ngcr Io removed, tho  tiami* !���������"��������� true, an It Ir, W, which  quickly pushes tho tin back in placo.  If a can la bent or dontod, ono may  bo assuror, that tho contents aro n  flno condition. Ahvaya empty the  coutonta of cah aa Boon ns possible.  mmmmmmmsmmmmmmmmssmCmm**ttmiim  Tho Doctor���������Mrs. Brown has sent  for mo to go an* boo hor boy, and I  mnut go at once.  Hit Wife���������What Ih tho matter with  n,      \,f..,m  i.|*U     U^J   .  Tho Doctor���������I don't know, but Mra.  Brown bus a book on "Whnt to do hp-  fora tlio Doctor Couioa, uud I imi-t  hurry up boforo alio doca lt.  Toning up the iSiood  It is said that woman'������   work    Is  never done, and It is a fact that whether in society or in the home her life  is  filled  with more  cares and  more  worries than falls to the lot- of man.  For this reason women are Compelled  regretfully to watch the growing pallor  ot their cheeks, the coming of wrinkles  and the-ihinness that becomes more  distressing every day.     Every woman  knows that ill health and worry is .i  fatal enemy to beauty, and that good  health gives the plainest face an'enduring attractivness. :.    ? ' -*  What women fail to realize   is   the  fact that if the blood supply is kept  rich and pure, the day of the coming of wrinkles, and pallor, dull eyes  and sharp headaches is immeasurably  postponed,.      Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  are literally worth   their   weight   ln  gold to growing girls and women of  mature years.     They fill    the   veins  with the rich, red blood that brings  brightness to .he eye,   the    glow   of  health to sallow cheeks, and charms  away the headaches and backache that  render the lives of so many women  constantly miserable.  MrB. William   Jones.    Crow   Lake,  Ont., says: "I feel that Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills saved my life.     I was so  badly run down that I could hardly  drag myself around.    I was so bloodless that I was as pale as a sheet, and  you could   almost   see   through   my  hands.   In fact the doctor told me my  blood had all turned to water.    I was  taking medicine constantly, but without benefit.     My mother had so much  faith In Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, that  fche bought me two boxeB ani ur&ed me  to take them. " How **hanktul   I    am  that I followed   her advice.     Beforo  these ware gone I began to feel better, and I continued using the Plll������  until I had taken five more boxes when  I was again enjoying the blessing of  porfeot health, with a good color ln my  face, a good appetite, a-.id-'I feet sure  a new lease of life.     I will always,  you may be Bure, be a warm friend  of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills."  If you are weak or ailing begin to  cure yourself to-day with the rich red  blood Dr. Williams' Pink Pills actually  make'. If you do not find the Pills at  your doalcr's Bend 50 centn for a box  or $2.50 for six boxes.to the Dr. Williams' Modioli:������ Co., Brockvllle, Ont.,  and they will bo eeut you by mail,  post paid.  Th- Gypsyand .his* Way- of Living  Real Romanies or Gypsies, are very  scarce in thi3  country  and most of  the people who travel and  poso as  gypsies here are either tramps or hy-  bridsYthe result of intermarriage of  the real gypsy with other racsu. Gypsies are very numerous In England,  but it Is necessary to have a guide  if the visitors would like to see them  in their fa-orite    haunts.      Of    late  years, law, order and sanitary conditions have driven the Romanies into  secluded nooks and forest lingles.In  such places can be seen the oval roofed caravan, quite unlike the palatial  conveyance of would-be imitators or  show people.        Here    also    can   be  found the tents, which reminds one of  that vast throng of people, the Israelites, who lived the gipsy life and were  tent dwellers.     In the camp the elder  gjypsies can be heard, sneaking In .-*.  strange  tongue;,   for  the  real  gypsy  speaks the Romany language, and-the  parent's hearts are sad today because,  their offspring    prefer    speaking   In  E_glish.     Round the 'Zog' or fire over  which hangs a blackened pot, which  generally contains a .I'tew of rabbits  and vegetables culled from th������ neighboring fields,  the  'chavvies'  or children anxiously wait, while a dog of  the greyhound specie also waits ex-  pectedly to be rewarded for bringing  his contribution to the family larder.  On the bushes hangs the family washing, while browsiug   on   tho   coarse  grass so familiar to Smglish common  land, a few horses and donkeys may  be seen.      All these things make an  EDDY'S Matches ar������  t_s only NON-  POISONOUS matches  manufactured in  Canada.  For safety's sake���������Eddy's  "Safeguard" Matches'"  ONLY ���������- should he in  every home.  Ontario Veterinary College  Temperance Street, Toronto  Affiliated with the University of Toronto and under the control  of the Department of Agriculture of Ontario.  COLLEGE RE-OPENS OCTOBER 1st, 1913  N. B^-Calendar on appiication ^  E. A.  A, GRANGE,  V. S., M, Sc,  Princips  Henry waa vory proud ot tho now  lclttona, nnd wont for thom to show  them to visitors. Hla mother' heard  thom coming along tho hall, and alarmed at tho nol ho of tho procession, called out: Don't hurt tlio kittens, Hunry.  No molhor, camo tho reassuring answer, I am carrying thom very carefully  V-* tho ateus.  L  SNIP COMPANY. IIMIIID.  Monta-fit-l.  W.  N.  U. 0G5  ,  , M. VI ~4  Pastor Ryder was a very prony  Breaker, and ono Sunday morning  whon tho -aervlcog woro over and tho  congregation wa3 dlsporolng, Deacon  Boowort-, who wu������ n groat admirer of  tho putitor, zuel a frluiul at lho door  nnd naltl:  A flno sermon this morning. So  woll timo.1, too.  Yon, roplied tho other man, it wao  certainly well timed. Nearly half of  tho congregation had thoir watches  out.  int. resting picture of primitive life.  Some people, have rather peculiar  ideas concerning gypsies. First of all  let me--say that all gypsies are not  dark. As I visit the various camps  during mission work I find hundreds  of fair gypsies. Originally the gypsies .were an eastern people but like  other people they have turned their  feet westward and climate with other  causes may have altered them con-  'slderably. My father war. a thorough gypsy, but quite fair. In the  old days intermarriages i with 'Gorgola  house dwellers, meant expulsion for  the offender from the tribe.  The Romany girl ls betrothed at tho  age of fourteen, but at least two years  must elapse ere marriage shall take  place.     This is not a lime of courtship, the  betrothed must treat each  other as ordinary   acquaintances   or  the  match Is broken off.   The marriage would usually take place ln ai  secluded forest    glen.   A long hazel  branch is brought, the pair stop over  the branch, and are  then acclaimed  'rawny' and 'rye,' which means man  and wife.     Superstition ilea deep In  the heart of tho gyps'ea, and by tho  stars they forecast many happenings.  When the head of the tribe dies tho  caravan, clothes, etc, aro burned and  tiho ashes scattered over the grave.  Whllo a building waa In process of  construction two of tho tillers became  engaged ln a violent quarrel. So violent was It that the police were called  ln and tho offenders taken before a  magistrate, Both of tho mon were  sober and Industrious and good workmen; thia. according to the toatlmony  of tho foreman In charge ot their worlc  who had followed in hopes of being  able to irit_rcede for thom.  Tho magistrate asked, ln aBtonLv-  mont, tho causo of tho auarrol. -��������� It  aeema that ono man had accused tho  other of stealing hla cont.  Aud I can provo it, too, added the  man.  I always keep my card In tho pocket  aald tho man.  Tho pollcomon woro dlroctod to  Bonrch tho garment. But thoy found  abuoIuLoly nothing.  Glmmo my coat, anld the workman,  ahd it was handed to htm.     Ho took  I two dried peaa out of tho pockets and  I held them up    triumphantly.       P.P.,  i'otor    Powell.    Tiiat'b      uiy    name.  Them's my card.  Ho got hla coat.  ^__��������� ^        |^_t-...A-  wmicr   rvrugnts  Th* elevation of. Earl Spencer to the  rank of Garir*er Knight increases the  number of that august -body to thirty  though it was formeily Ifixed at twenty-five. Its numbers were increased  to meet the growln,-; demands. of  George Ill's family. The origin of this  most noble puissant order'Is not definitely known. Two theories hold  the field. In the one romance predominates, the other ia more prosaic. Giving romance pride of pU.ce, we hear  of a Countess of Salisbury and her  dropped garter, of its replace;;- ent by  our chivalrous King Edward III., and  of his opposite remark to allay the  jealous fears of hia suspicious consort.  The moro prosaic theory say������ that  Richard and hla knights made a vow  to St. Georgo and to aid their memories tied tightly beneath their left  knee a leathern thom*. And it is  this leathern thong which has become  tho strip of blue silk with its diamond  border which kings number amongst  their honors.  Why ha Waa Dejected  A well-known university-;*, professor  who has taken, much interest in the  woman's suffrage movement, was persuaded to carry a banner in a parade  that was held in New York some  months ago.  His wife observed him marcblng  with a dejected air. and carrying his  banner so that lt hung limply on its  standard, and later she reproved him  for not making a better appearance.  Why didn't you march like somebody, and let people see your banner?  she said.  My dear, meekly replied the professor, did you see what was on the  banner? It rend: Any man can *"ote.  Why can't I?  I have always admliod that character, Rupert of Hontzan, remarked Mrs.  Twickwijujui-/. ho hud auch a debonair.  JrJxpclIed from tho GUffragottcs?  Yen; thoy ancortalned that alio wan  nif-rolv hiking to tako off weight and  not through any roal zeal for tlio  can no.  Try Murine  Eyo Remedy  If vou have Red, Weak. Wniory Eyea  or^Unyiula'fld lfiyoljds.   i>ocsn;t cuum  -~  uuu i*,���������.,      xmyKl     x ,*,**,        X0x m^i-.....-       *"-'-"-  Murine- Eyo Remedy, Liijuid, 25c, 50c.  Murinen Eyo Salvo In Aseptic Tubeji,  PSr,   ,S(V\     V,yti   "Book*!   l-V������-<*  by  Mall.  An Ky������ Tonla ���������_���������#* Ur AM -y������*������ ���������'��������������������� *������������������* Cmrm  lAkil-lu*   ������r������   Reuiid-r   Co.,   ChlC-lO  Generally run down? askod tha  man In tho drug store. Want a ton-  io? I havo tho vory thing for you,  BvIhcoo'b ikMitall. Threo times a  day, and in two daya you'll fool llko  another man.     Fifty cents a bottlo.  Oh, no, no, naltl tho cuatomor, cn-  -'Moliuiuiy.  But lt la the vory thing for ycu.  All iioctoru ai_ vccon::.it-nd!;sg it- Wc  can't get It fast enough for om* cua-  tomera.  1 bollovo you, but I  would  prefer  Nnn������Ani-*-������ T toll vou Iho Br*ntnll  will Co you moro good In one dny  than anything olae In a month. It  cutcb f-vorythlng. What's your objection'* .  Only that I'm BiIbcoo  The boy Problem  Tho World's Work has been describing what has beeu dono for the  hoy by the Scouts, the Y.M.C.A., tho  Salvation Army and other bodies. Al-  wayo ln school and elsowhero,. whero  boys congregate, wo are told,  there  aro gangs.     Usually these gangs aro  a nulaance; very ottcra they aro a ser-  lcua menace to.  tho   morals   of   tho  gang members  nnd t_  tho  peaco of  the neighborhood.     Por usually tho  energy   of   tho   ga_r     to   directed  against law and order.    Butja now  tlmo la coming, for so many people  In tho schools, in tho Boy Scouts, and  in many othor activities havo grasped tho fundamental fact that if thoso  gang activities aro guided, most wonderful  results  can  bo  achieved���������re-  BUlta that will leavo theao boys far  hotter able to handle thomaelvea hon-  eatly and effectively   lu    tho    world  than woro   thoir   p- dojeasora.���������Edmonton Journal.;  ������_ ���������;���������: 1  Where Autos are Not  Prlnco Edward Inland la not tho  only, placo where tho automobile ls  under tho ban. Mount Doaort, Malno,  rocontly reaffirmed Ua resolution that  no automobllcB shall bo allowed within Uio corporate limits. Mr. Jolm  D. Rockofcllor, Jr., ono of tho odvo-  cate-ji ot tlila moaauro, said that ho  took his family to Mount Doaort to  got away from automobiloa.  ���������_��������������������������� ���������"' ��������� -i���������_-������������������_���������%������������������.-���������������������������������  Worth That Much, Anyway  Mrs. Bxc���������-How could you Uo bo to  Mr. Duuhor ubout that abuurd plcturo  ho hna at tho exhibition. You told  hlw VI". p!*>t"~i> -"'ft", t.vortb "flic prli*o  of admlnslon alono.  F.xo���������Woll. Great Scott',   tlio frame  lo worth more than fifty cont a, inn't it?  MIHer'a Worm Powders are not surpassed by any other preparation as a  vermifuge or worm destroyer. Indeed,  there are fow preparations that have  the merit that It has to recommend It.  Mothers, aware of its excellence, seek  its aid al tho first Indication of the  presence of wcvrm������ in thoir children,  j knowing that it is a perfectly trustworthy medicine that will give Immediate and lasting relief.  that  Not Half Enough  Kitty���������They  say,  you   know,  lovo makes tho world go round.  Mario���������Maybe; but lt cannot mako  the eligible young men go round.  Appearances Deceptive  Aunt���������I don't like t- seo you dangling about with mere boya all tho  tlmo. What do you find so entertaining In -hat smooth-faced young  Thorpo.  Niece���������Why, aunt, bis face Isn't so  smooth aa it looks.  Mra.  4 ������������������������,,.���������  Rlcliqulck���������John,  I  *������      r\r*mu������     ������inv1i*i������>      *������*>*if'}'  wni't you  Judge���������Sambo, you aro charged  with being a vagrant; that 13. with  having no vln'blo rr-ryini-i nf ourporr.  Sambo���������-No vLiblo meana of (support  your honah? Whit yo' mean by visible moans of support?  Judgo ��������� Vislblo moans something  that can bo seer..  Sambo���������Lai so? Why, lnwdy, judgo  yo' rjOBt send for mah wlfo, an' malt ���������  her leave do waahln' nnd come hyah.  VlBihlo? Huh! Sho weighs SOI  pounds. I guess aho'a visible all  right.  Itlchoa often tako wlnga who*.*, tlioy  aro Invested In flying machl*   **.  Mr. Rlohauiek���������Mnrln. I havo boon  agreeable enough no mr to cot <ui-  foront clothoB for morning, noon  and night,  but I  am con-ariicd  If I  will   _U.uu.vi   tho. .   i'v-.'1'y   tlmo   I   'V'.������  Into a different room  &t* Morse's  Indian Root Pills  rra mode according to a formula in  U-_ jtUtily _ (,-iitury _ko ur.'o:i*j th~  Indiana, and learned from them by  Dr. Mors*;. Thou_h rcpMted nt-  tempts have been made, by physicians and chemists, it has been found  impossible to improve the formula or  #1-.*. -tU������ IV Mrtr������,-*'#i Tivlinn Root-  Pills' area household remedy throiiRh-  #111 r   tilt*.   WIIIKI   llll    V.,,111.1 lll.ll l.Jll   diiuj  ���������II Kidney and Liver troubles. Tlicy  act promptly and effectively, and  Cloanio tho -System IBP  THE   CRBSTQIg    BgVjEW,     CRESTON,    B.  O.  The Gfcstoti ^cvi^i?  Published every   Friday at Creston, British Columbia, by the Oreston Printing and Publishing Company, Ltd.  The Review ia the acknowledged advertising medium of the CreBton valley, cir  culating in nearly one thousand homes throughout the Oreston district and  reaching out in a broad manner into other commum'ks. Our advertising rotes  are based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary x . ''tors' Board of Trade.  Land purchase and iand lease notices, $7 for statutory time. 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Tax c_>aie oi lianas  For Unpaid Delinquent Taxes, in the Nelson Assessment District, Province of British Colusibia .  I hereby give notice that on Saturday the 11th day of Ootobor, 1013, at the hour of 0 o'clock a. nv, at ���������ou_t house Nelson, B. CY, I shall offer for  sale by Public Auction, the land hereinafter set out of the persons mentioned hereunder, for the delinquent taxes unpaid by the said persons as oa tho 31st  day of Dacembev, 1913, and for interest, costs and expenses, including cost of advertising of said sale, if the total amount is not sooner paid. ,, ?  Name of Pei sou Assessed  Description of Property  Acreage   Tax under School  Aasess't Act Tax  Inturret  .. __  ai e  happy  LU   Vs.*  KASLO AND SLOGAN RAILWAY GRANT LANDS  Lot 812, Groupe I. Kootonay District.  Mnnro, Mrs. Gertrude   Sub-div. of Lot 812, Ej of Block 2 20.00  r*i....Ji������:~u     tr    t  \^IILtUIVl^ll,       JJ..  Chudleigh.   M.   R.   mocK     1         " 67  " 68  Chudleigh.   M.   R.   ..................     " fio  Bruce, W. A      " 136  Bruce.  E.  A.         " 137  Leveque,  Edith  M      " 171  Swanson, Mabel      " 217  assumes   vaSt xcS|j_u5iuIiiticS,  commeasurate  only   with the  able to recognize in them the  elements of fairness that deprecates the invidious, the rau-  courous even at the hands of  those who fain would appear  as adopting the banner of Liberalism.  Surely under  the baneer of jh*J'������s<������n. Asbury F Block 9 of Lot 251, Gp. 1/  J (Johnson.  Asbury   1\   . ^ Blocks 11 & 12. Lot 251, Gp. 1  the red-flag  type of Socialism i l-nwrcnee.   I.  S. Block 259 of Lot 304, Gp. 1  0     J r ; Katisoine.  1-.. and Stedile. L Block 271 of Lot 304, Gp. I  the     Independent   can     find ! !'"'*rcl. .-������������������ \v Part of sub-Lot 1 of Lot 306, Gp. 1  r j I* rancis.  Bros Sub-Lot 5, Lot 306. Gp. i  amole room    for its    uefar'OUS  Swain.   Howard    Block B, Sub-Lot 1 of Lot 308, Gp. 1  ��������� Swain,   Howard    Easterly portion of Block C,_Sub-Lot  1, of Lot 309, G. 1  00.00  976  9.76  ti 9-77  . . 9-31  '. 9-31  985  9-77  CROWN   GRANTS   KOOTENAY   DISTRICT  5.00  4.00  20.00  16.00  J 6.00  2.20  16.00  2.20  16.00  2.20  10.00  ���������   ���������������������-.  10.00  1.38  10.00  ���������  *   ���������  ���������  10.00  ��������� ���������   ���������  -  Holm, Mrs. Anna A Block 11 of Lot 98, Gp. 1  Lang,   Wm. One-half interest in part of Lot 229,  <-*..,. ,  V..1-..J  Johnson,  Asbury V  Blocks i, 2, & 3, of Lot 251, Gp. 1  Johnson. Asbury  !���������* Blocks 5 & 6, of Lot 251, Gp. 1  Qioit-tiiMlc        "I***** ���������*���������*.<���������_  . ..X ........ .         .     ������  ^.. v������ *  T  rvfc   ���������������.-_������    -Rln-lr   If   nil  nf   -5-r,     fir.  ~      "-   -"      -"   "--          O^V,    Vf.  form of independent journalism without    presuming to af-   Hogan,   Nora   ..'. The most Easterly 100 acres, 6 chains,  - .       ,-. i-ii 25 h'nks x 160 chains, of Lot 367,  , . . , ,      feet the nner   sense which be- Gp. 1  ambition of a Napoleon or the   , ,       - -, ��������� Fitzgerald.  C.  Violet    Block D, Lot 526. Gp. 1  p   .     ! longs to the  Liberal pre ?S. ; Arrowsmith. Emma J Block B, C. E & F, of Lot 526, Gp. 1  remotest    interpretation Ot tlie*;    **��������� t Oliver,  Harry  W _. Block E, of Lot 619, Gp. 1  I       In any   case iudepeudeut IS   Kwong Wing Chon<r   Block 9, of Lot 2548, Gp. 1  ; iii ��������� j     u    Kwong Wing Chong   Block 10. of Lot 2548, Go. 1  _  I a palpable    misnomer, and ab-   DavvS) M. S. Surface rights of Royal Charter Min.  eral Claim, Lot 3205, Gp. 1  Monroe Doctrine.  In the   case   of   the   pape*r.,  , - -,     ,  ,        _    . . 'rsolute.y tans to   bide the pre  how devious are its ways, how !        . r   ,   "  ..... . : tentions   ofthe   paper, whose  great its possibilities, and yet        ,   . T  reai aim   seems tu oe   tu ucap  as a matter of fact, the paper . ' ,  _        discredit   o������������   evervthinsj  and  which calls itself INDEPEN-1 7^-; ~'        *     ..  _,.-T#_ .      ,r      . .     evervbodv  connected with the  DENT narrows  itself and its;        '       "������    .   .  .    .              ,             ,,                ; present administration,  mission to   the smallest   pos- j    t*7is_r.tw      \_v/_JLia_a^o.  x ai\.v     ivi    jlj_i '  stance, the Independent of our  neighboring city, claiming to  stand for all that is broad and  noble and grand, in a few  short, eventful weeks it has  already^entangled itself in the  labyrinthal intricacies of party  politics. Claiming to be independent, it has become already a tool, a sycophant. Arrogating to itself the sacred  mission of uplifting others, it  has degraded itself with the  mire of false ethics and petty  spites.  Just now the self imposed  "mi^'sion" of this "independent" seems to be to cast slurs  and to heap ignominy on the  members of the government  but particularly ou our respected member for Ymir, than  whom there is no man more  true to the service of his constituents, more courteous to  all, whether of his party or  not, more ready to be convin-  4'In the past forty years the  value of our   lumber products  Toyc, W. J., and McQuarrie, M. K...Lot 4401, Group 1  Teberghien,  E Blocks 2 &_o, of Lot 5079, Gp. 1  Darrough,   Dimcan  Block 3, Lot 6305, Gp. 1  Lindblaue. A. G Part of Lot 6307, Gp. 1  Blackburn, Jos., and Wahnsley, Chas.  F Lot 7874, *Gp.  1  Croze, B. & G Slock B of Lot 7876, Gp. 1  Foley,  Geo  Block C of Lot 7876, Gp. r  Rooke,  E.   G The   most   westerly  portion   of   Lot  0O0I,-���������-roup 1  Tonnett, M-ike  Block C of Lot 8257, Gp. 1  O'Kell, Arthur Lot 8645, Gp. 1  Paulsen, P. ���������A Lot 8740, Gp. 1  Kendall, Thos.-and Stewart A Lot 8781, Gp. 1, Kootenay District  Maher,  William Lot 8972, Group 1, K, D.  Collins, Aug .Lot 9268, Group 1, K. D.  . .Pacific Exploration Co.  ...: .Block B, Lot 9284, Gp. I, K. D.  has increased from $41000,000   Grafton, Joseph , Blocks  1  & 2 of Lot 9403,  Group  1,  to over $184,000,000 while the   Grafton, Joseph    Blocks 4 & 5 of Lot 9403, Group  1,  capita!  invested   in the indus-  Grafton, Joseph   Block'y oi Lot 9403, Group 1, K. D.  - 7.90  86.90  30.49  19-85  10.56  19.86  66.67  168.00  206.00  10.00  7.00  100.00  500  63.00  10.00  10.00  10.04  57-20  5798  24.40  14.00  60.00  191.00  12.00  39-92  160.00  18.00  33-6o  117.50  240.00  .160.00,  40.00  33-8o  40.00  40.00  20.CO  300  8.70  I.50  1.00  .50  1.00  ���������38  7.00  33.60  40.00  9.00  5.00  2.00  10.00  7.50  2.38  1-75  1-75  2.50  21.00  6.00  1.00  10.00  25.00  300  5.00  24.00  2.85  0.00 .  12.00  12.00  2.50  6.40  .68  8.00  8.00  mm *-���������.������--  try has grown from $20,000,  000 to 260,000,000. Since  Confederation the forests of  Canada have produced $1,321,  000,000, worth of lumber."  These aud other statements  are contained in a recent an  illustrated article from the pen  of Mr. R. L. Campbell ofthe  Forestry Department, which  appears in issue ofthe Journal of Commerce.  Mr. Campbell goes exhaustively into the subject and  shows by diagrams, tables and  statistics, the history, growth  and future of the lumbering  industry in Canada.  "The lumbering industry  stands on the threshold of a  wonderful development although at the present time  Canada is  wasting her forest-  COLUMBIA  GARDENS SUBDIVISION  Burley, Leonard  Block 26 113.00  Gowanlock, J. B., and McMillan, R... Blocks 12, 12a & 12b 32.32  6.00  16.00  '���������a--  765  19.21  1.92  1.92  1.65  396  I.IO  6.6b  1375  1.20  2.00  3.60  14.22  2.55  .82  1.02  1.02  2.55  7.80  9-75  14.00  5-oo  30.00  5.6b  2.00  18.00  . ^   KASLO AND SLOGAN RAILWAY GRANT LANDS  Lot 222, Group 1, Kootenay District  Quinn,   Robert    Part of Block 14 * 14.30  Shovel ton, Wilfred  Lot 3, Block 19 10.00  Lot 1230,   Gronp 1, Kootenay District  Campbell, Peter    .That part of E.  _ of N.E. i, Sec. 26  _ E. i of Sec. 35, Tp.  13, lying  East of Lot 273, Gp. 1, 90.00  Carney & Benzie  That part of N. _ of Sec. 26, S.W. i  of Sec. 35 & E- - of E. 4 of Sec.  34, Tp. 13, lying West of Lot 273,  Group 1 210.00  Lot 1237, Group 1, Kootenay District  Foote, Ben. T Tn S. i, S.W. i, Sec. 7, Tp. 14, & In  _    t    ���������      _, S. J, S.E. i, Sec. 12, Tp. 15 94-23  Foote, Ben. T in Sec. 6 Sc 7, Lots 1 & 2, Tp. 14, &  ,r T            ���������r in Sec. 6 & 7, part of Lot 3, Tp. 14 28.55  McLaren,   W In N.W. i, N.E. ., Sec. 2, Tp. 15 15-73  Lot 1238, Group 1, Kootenay District  Wright,  Harry    In Sec. 28, Tp. 36 92.39  Lot 1212 Group 1 Kootenay District  Rotherham, Geo Tn Sec. 21, Tp. 17 10.00  Philbert, John In Sec. 2.7 & 28, Tp. 17 51-20  Lot 1243, Group 1, Kootenay Disi rict  McDcrmott, F. II., Hammond, B. F...  Hunt, C. A., Waddcll, Hugh   In Sec. 8, 9, 10, 15, 16 & 17, Tp. 17 3840.00  CENTRAL PARK SUBDIVISION  Being a Rub-division of Bub-lots 10 and 20, of Lot 151)8 and part of Lot 807  lloppner, Alex, ll >,. "     65 9.00 2.20  KOOTENAY VALLEY LANDS  Being a subdivision of Lots 0551, 0550 1)551, 1)552, OfiBU, 0556, 0550, 0558 and 0427.  4.70  . 0\i\  1.00  5-20  2.00  5.12  384,00  2.00  "'.25  68  32.00  ced even at  personal cost and           t   .. 1 wealth  like a  prodigal.    Un  more ready to  put time  and]    , , t  .... . .        , .;    i scientific   management of for-  ability   at the  service  of the | r   .     .     .  community and the   province  J. H. Schofield,,, M. P. P.. as  man and   as politician*  lives  Richardson. Chas. H.  .....Block  Ij  7.22  10.55  ests will depend the lumbering industry of the future" is  the conclusion reached by the  author.  in an atmosphere so manifestly above  that of   Lhe highest ���������    conception of the. Independent *������������������������"*��������� ^ with w������t*r  cw"     r ������ 1    Shooting n humming bird with tho   r .ft. ,     ...   M  that to    associate    the   two   is   Bmullcst bird ehot mado Is out of tho   e:i!i:.'.iVi   tVL'  , que������tlon, for tho tinlOHt soodfl of lend  sacrilege and we extend apnl-j would destroy hlu coat. Tho only wny  \X     C 1    f  1 1 ���������*" w*1*c"t' tbo bird can bo captured for    Ogles to Mr. oclioiieiu. i commerclnl purpowoH Im to ������hoot him   McTaviali, P. D��������� and D. N. '.'.'.'.'.',','.'.'. Sub-Lot 130  Huscroft, Geo S. _, of Block 5  Lot 801, Group 1. Kootonay District.  Young, G. A., and O'Kell, A S. ., Lot 1, Block 4 ....  Hatfield, Sam.  H Subdivision 2 of sub-Lot 7 of Block  14 ���������50  Lot 802 Gronp 1. Kootonay DtHtrict*  Taylor, Egbert T Block 9 40.00  B. O. SOUTHERN LAND GRANT  Lot 4505, Group 1. Kootenay Diatriofc  McTavish, V. U��������� and D. N Sub-Lot 2  Norrcys,  II. A Block 4, of Sub-Lot 20  McTavish, P. D., and D. N Sub-Lot 31 (excepting Lot 23 of Sub-  Lot 31)  Grafton, Joseph    BdbcW 3, 4.  5, 6,  it,  ra,  1$ Rr  16 of  Sub-Lot 63  N. J, Blocks 1 & 2 of Sub-Lot 63  Sihbald, Jas Sub-Lot 72a  Down, John  Sub-Lot 81  Craig, John    Sub-Lot 88  Lalhrop, Otto T Sub-Lot 132  T-ic^HrnKi -itminuatiu-* striv-   xvlth a droI> of w,tcr from " hlowj-uii   O'Kcl! and Young  Insidious, insinuating, mhv   or n flno Jfifc from n H|nn|| Byrlnr<)t .  ini? to  ingratiate    itself with | skillfully diroctod, tno water "tunn L   ,       M.p r A ,llUot,  "ifc, tvJ   *"������*>*���������   ���������* ;,,,,,,    pf,, fltUH ln<r> ���������  hhI'oh  r������ft f������u'*    1 atii.-icn. Miss 1-. a Sub-Lot 1  160.00  9-51  160.00  81.28  10.01  166.86  160.00  382.14  223.60  640.00  671.30  the Liberal   party,   while   nc-j boforo  ho  rocovocH ronficiouunona *������ I i^.'Jr,', ,ol,n  ...Sub-Lot 8  .   .   ��������� . *.       ,.     1,    ,        ������������������ v..ia<ional Luniher Co Sub-Lot ll  .���������      1       .,i,rrtMH,1(r    t\u,    nviiici.:        '"T  "I .,   "' l]Jir     ,,,"l .liut'niatuu.al  Liunbcr lo Sub-Lot 14  tlVCly   advocating   lilt    ]y.]liLi  . i,���������jMt |JO douo ijulckly, for If ho comou    hilciiialioiial Luniher Co Sub-Lot 15  1 t   *\ Qv .* i ilict'-      flw ' tY> ,,1" MO,"*,!'' boforo tho cyanide whllT  pies   ol   tue     fx-tiaiiM.-*,    tIlt- j Mmirri-i out hin urn ho Ih huio to ruin  independent has ovcibhoi ii-1 ������������������;;���������;..::::';���������?*;:t:':."::*..h.V,u.^'1,:w l.������ VMHiUi-  m*  .'       ��������������� -     ������ms������    m * ���������.'*���������-*    n*|- \0  clinr-iirt   pcilinpM   half   iih   liirico   iih   a  ���������sparrow to thoio Hcnrt-oly bltftfor than  b bcc.  self   and    between   the   two  chairs   will   fnll   to  the floor,  Sub-Lot 140  Lot 4602, Group 1,  Knotormy Dihtilofc.  4.1-..40  80.00  570.0O  1 ino.oo   ., 37.I7-50  Rirhardson, Chas. II W. 4 & S.E. i, Sub-Lot 17 120.00  David, Loo   Part of Sub-Lot ift is.on  Kurt-, in am  v..   part ot Sub-Lot 18 70.00  40.00  I-    ���������  I   ������VI I,    MA    HUU"*.llfc     J.*  IVarcc, Lewis L Part of Sub-Lot 18  David, Geo. J Block  ! 1 of Sub-Lot Ui  North, John (1      Block 13 of Sub Lot 16  10.50  33-35  3-5o  ��������� ���������   1 ���������  ��������� *  ������ *  ���������25  12.50  16.00  47S  16.00  16.00  4.00  10.00  80.00  44.00  ������ t  ��������� ���������  63.20  3������. so  57.00  ���������"'von  274.00  *   *   ��������� *  I2.no  56.00  14.60  y.-o  3.57  20.40  2.04  ��������� ������3  12.75  ��������� ���������  ��������� ���������  .Ro  ��������� *  ��������� ���������  ' .50  ���������So  12.48  1.35  j.06  2.40  T.lM  5-53  .cm  1.60  2.7('>  ���������92  .40  1.60  .80  .80  .80  .45  .50  ���������45  ���������45  ���������15  ���������35  .05  .05  05  .30  1.6s  2.40  ���������25  .15  ���������45  .6c  ���������85  .10  -15  ���������15  ��������� ������5  -95  ���������45  .10  ���������75  1.70  .20  .30  I.IO  .10  ���������55  ���������55  1.20  .25  ���������30  .40  .40  .40  .60  .40  ���������SS  ���������30  2.40  ���������30  ���������O"  .05  .25  .10  ���������25  18.70  ���������30  .90  .10  T.20  ���������75  .20  ���������75  ���������75  .20  ���������45  3-5"  2.20  ��������� ���������   t ���������  320  .05  1.80  ���������o5  2.80  930  .10  .60  305  .05  ���������75  Oosts a.nd.  Expenses  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  rf.OO  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  '2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  r\ *\r\  2.00  2.00  -2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  *���������** r\r\  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  Tr,���������������,!  5.15  11.05  3-55  305  2.50  3-oS  2.38  9-30  37-25  60.40  11.40  <  ?���������__ r  12.45  i?.8o  22.06  4-48  - o^  5.82  27.IO  4-95  15-15  14-55  29.42  7-30  9-52  2.68  11.42  22.45  9-3������  52.40  9.00  3-30  4.10  8.05  436.70  4-30  9.37  23.30  4.14  2.38  28.45  i  1  2.00  2.00  20.11  6.95  2.00  19-55  2.00  2.00  18.75  6.20  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.0O  12.95  85.50  48.20  2.50  80.88  2.00  ��������� 3.40  3.00  ���������1" 3n  2.00  _.oo  .l.n  61.80  2,00  123.25  2.00  2.00  ���������? no  285,30  4-5������������  2.00  66.58  -'.00  2.00  2.00.  2.b(������  3.-fiS  20. ff  2.00  1267 iitiiiiiii i   iiii _a  *mmmmm*^mmmm**mmt!^*Tfmi^T.  .?.;??y???,:,^?y-'?:^?^  ���������'/  4-  THB   CBESTON   SEVIER,    SRBSTQK,    15,0,  ^ =   5^ 1 <* ^+    T ,5i n ri .*=;  Tov  a a  Name of Person Assessed  Description of Property  Acreage   Tax under School  Assess't Act Tax  Interest  Costs and  Expenses  Total  McLachlan/ Alexander'  Chudlejgh, IE. J. ."...'..  Chudleighj ,E. '?���������_..'���������'���������...,..  Chudleigh, E. L. ......  Chudleigh, E. L. ..  Chudleigh, E. L. ...?.,  Chudleigh, E. L. ..'?...  Rice, Grant E. ........  Chudleigh?E. L. .'.?..  Pierce, Almond H. .'.'..  Chudleigh, E. L. '-.-���������������������������...*.  Craig, John   .. .,..**. ..  Chudleigh? E. L. ? ......  MficFarlanc.  John  G.  Chudleigh, E. L. ���������.....'..���������  Chudleigh, E. L. ......  Chudleigh, E. L. ......  r*i... ji,:���������i.    ���������    -   ���������  ��������� iiiuiciyii,  0,43,44,  ..Blocks 2, 4 & 5  ...W. i Block 19  .���������.Block 20  . ��������� .Block 22  ....W. _ Block 23 '��������� .  ..Block 25  . .Block 26  . .'.E. 1, Block 27.  .. .Block 28  ..-���������.-Wr_, Block 32  . ,E. 4? Block .32  ,.. Block 33  ...     "      34  ��������� ��������� "35  ,.-.������������������. " 40;  ...     "      41  ��������� ���������      "      42  -IIUUl-BII,  Uf.   Im  44  Baines,  Thos. S. J, Block 46 & 48  SUBDIVISION OF SUBLOTS  and 45 and part of Lot 784, Wyndoll Fruit Lands  'Yir.i3'  9.84  .��������� ���������������������������'������������������    '        -- .'ti:- '.    . I9.68     .  "      ���������'��������� 19.68  :'      ' _ .., "    ���������'���������    9-52 '  .-."���������".' titi. '       '    19-51  9.60  1970'  9-55  9-55  20.07  ���������  '{'   ���������'���������'���������*?'������������������        20.32  "���������'''���������'��������� 19.10  .: "??��������� :;,-." . '    -   '��������� >r-������4?'  22.00  19.68  *mr~     a 0*  9-75  32.00  ���������52  30.00  1.SO  20.00  1.00  20.00  1.00  24.00  1.20  20.00  1.00  20.00  1.00  ,-._��������� 20.00  1.00  ,6.00  2.40  20.00  .;....  J O.OO  .50  24.00  . . . .  20.00  1.00  24.00  1.20  20.00  1.00  20.00  1.00  28.00   *  1.40  - *\������x s\r\  1,80  3-00  1.20  1.60  1.60  ���������95  ���������95  .1.25  ���������95  ���������95  ���������95  ���������35  .90  ���������45  1.20  ���������95  1.25  ���������95  ���������95  1.30  1.90  .20  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  o or**  2.00  36.12  35-JO  23-95  23-95  28.45  23.95-  23.95  2395  10.75  22.90  12.95  27.20  2395  28.45  2395  23-95  32.70  41.70  " 6.40  Dated at Nelson, B. O., this 8th day of September, 1013,  S.'S. JARVIS  Deputy Assessor       Collector,  Nelson Assessment District  THE CANADIAN BANK  0P     _^_^n--ri-/r_n-v_m.  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  MONEY   ORDERS  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are -a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of .remitting* small sums of money. These Orders,  payable wit hout charge nt any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) nnd in the principal cities ofthe United States, are issued at  the following-rates:  $5 and under....     Scents  Over     5 and not exceeding $10..'.     _  JO���������   ��������� " ��������������������������������������������������������� SO. ...... IO  30       "* ���������" 50 ...15.  <<  1*  ������  REMITTANCES   ABROAD  Bhnuld'bo made_by means of our SPECIAL   FOREIGN   DRAFTS and  MONEY  ORDERS.    Issued without delay at' reasonable rates.  Percy  B. FowSer* ftlariager Creston Branph  ������������Ot6i  The Leading  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  Our   Guests  Call   cAgain  OU  will  make   no   mistake  when you get off the train  ���������if .you' sign the register at  the  Creston  Hotel.      Travelling  men  -will  substantiate  this.    We  study  the  comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  _ a manner up-to-date.  Headquarters for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  r     r_      ir ar  A r>. moran  Prop.  SOWING HIS WILD OATS  REAPING A HARVEST OF SORROW  How many young men  can look back on their  enrly life nud reRret their  misdeeds. "Sowing their  wild outs'* in various ways.  KxccHBco, violation of nature's laws, "wine, women  nnd song' *���������nil have their  victims. Y|ou have reformed but what about the  need you have sown-���������what  nbont the harvest? Don't  tniHt to luck. If you nre  ������t present within the  clutches of any secret habit  which in napping your life  by degrees; if you ore suffering from tho results of  fxist indiscretions; ,if your  llood hnu been tainted from  . .. nny private diseaHC aud vou  dure not- rnrtrrv; If you nre married nnd live In dread of symptoms breaking  out nnd exposing your past; if you nre miUoriiig n_ the result ol u misspent  lifc-DRS. K. & K. ARE YOUR REFUGE. I<������y your cnno before  them confidcntiully and they will tell you honestly if you are curable.  YOU CAN PAY WHEN CURED  Wo Tr������mt and Curo VARICOSE  VEINS, NERVOUS DEBILITY-  BLOOD -nd URINARY COMPLAINTS, KIDNEY and BLADDER Die  ������������������������_��������� nnd All Di������o������������o������ Peculiar to Men.  CONSULTATION TREK.   Duokt Froo ������**��������� Dtiuftte* of Mcu,   If unablo to call, -write  for ri Q-.i-'tlon HlunU far   I COM 10   TIKI-ATMHSNOi" -  mmmmmmw*.  nm   ^ iii.!.,!.!.,,..,.!.  ^_.     mm.     mm. *m   mimfmrnv*  MM Mr.   MM I  gpt mmB-T__i_MMKT_n_x_?r JN__BrfT-_T_N_MM_fi"l"_l>V  __v FKSfr* m **E_sES^S B^B BssEe" H   ^M~V\_Linl^i-i^l waamm* B  Cor. Michigan Avo. and Griswold St., Detroit, Mich.  tSH-P^NOTICE   All letters from Canada must be nddresBed to our,  THE   HOME  OF"   THE.  TRANSIENT  ���������(I.  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  \THE BEST AND MOST\  POPULAR. HOTEL IN'  THE KOOTENAYS,  Run on strictly up-to-date  lines. Unexcelled "service iri  all departments. Kitchen  staff (including cook) all,  white ladies. Every comfort  and attention given to guests  The bar   is s upplied with  only the best brand.of goods.  Porters MeOt Trains  \AI    jfl     ___  wm m r-\r   a 0  _3_^_A#  -   *-'*-^*Wjr  MANAGi  IT  PERT PARAGRAPHS.  DElTWBEN tbe "woman who wants s  husband   aud   the   woman'   wbo  wants to get rid of. one society !n many  a town is kept amused and interested.  A.man differs from a cake In this:  Be Is seldom sweetor when he is  frosted.  mm*  A lot of ns In our secret souls aro  rather glad when we find we aren't  getting what is coming to us.    ?  Tbe fellow who loses his temper  Isn't differing a great deal from the  high tempered man who Is est*?biting  A girl exclaims "How romantlcP*  ���������when she hears of an engagement; 9  niao, "How tedious!"  It isn't half as much fun to do aa  you please when you don't have any  one about you who cares whether yoo  do or not.:  It is about as hopeless to try to encourage some persons as it is to try to  discourage soni,e others.  To discourage a knocker give him a  meat biock and tell Mm to go to li  aud keep it up.  The biggest mistake that the majority of mankind make is being bora  poor.  Some peopie worry so cheerfully that  It really seems a pity to try to break  them of tbe habit.  T  INDEPENDENCE.  IHE man who works without a boas  Who doesn't need a whip or spur  To make him keep on drilling,  Who doesn't feel that it would mean  Star? ation'and disaster  For all his folks If he should try  To work without a master.  The man who cannot turn his hand  Unless he has direction.  Who cannot with a simple task,  Ungutded, make connection.  Can never be ths captain gras-_  Of simple deals the scorner,  Who organizes big combines  Or run a steel trust corner.  ItJsn't holding down a Job  Which keeps a man in bacon.  That makes.bins strong flnane!a!!y  By heavy winds Unshaken.  It isn't sticking to a task  That pays him steady wages.  That serves to malce his namo sSora  The heavy tax book's pages.  *T!s he who dares to make a strike  And keeps the strike a-golng,  Who wins the money, marbles, chalk  And malje3 the bravest showing.  And If he tumbles once or twice  And fails in many at venture  He will succeed as well as those  Who never did adventure..  ������������������.'^-?*^_"-S_ -_*-*TS*-i_?*_u**iB*-,-Ti5'���������-fl���������?*^*'^*   *m-**-S>*t_ ���������-_*���������-_ ���������-������*������������������_-*������������������ *1~*'~_*t -*->  ^^���������^���������7s-j-*-^^-^v5.^-j_������-^'vP'2r-^?.^:  ���������^.9v5.9-_������'T9'9'9'j--' vS-'A  I Messane to lath ei and Mother /*  '.tV The summer evenings are   gone aud   the  long,   ^������  ���������*���������   brovvn October evenings are here.      How   will   you  jli   spend the hi ??    in   dull,  humdrum monotony orin a ^  fa  breeze of pleasure and happiness.      Where   will Ithe /Jt  /iy children spend their evenings, in your home or 3'our (fi  (fV neighbor's ?    Keep the children at home   and   e'njoy (*f^  (t^   the winter evenings yourself with an  *      Hdison Phonpgraph  j-i-  m  jrjl\ The Sunshine of Music. Do you still believe that  (0 the Phonograph is tinny and meehanical? Come in  (t^   and let us PROVE differently-      Do  you think you  r>ann *������*���������  offo^d a .PhonQOfranh?    "Onr  "W Cm, -4 Mmm    m0 %0      mm. *-_ v^r A  **_������       Cv        -*.     -.*��������� w *~- m^ V_ & %^j y* * -* ��������� m* s    *i  m-  ..Rtacirr  Patrmpiil-  J   m  MSI*.  Desired to Know. *  "What on earth ate you talking  tboutr  ���������T don't know." ���������  "Then why do you talk 1"  "To find out."  "Find out?"  ������������������Yes. You seem to know it all, so I  thought perchance you could enlighten   ������$  ^k   Plan makes it possible for you to afford one,   for   an  |*\  example^the Home Phonograph  at  $65.00   can   be fl\  |j\   purchased for from $10 to $25 cash and   thi  b ilance f}\  (f������  in easy -'Monthly Payments.'    Why not see us about ^  W it now before Falihas gone? w  ^ ti.,      '        '..".���������'    ?    tititi-y- '��������� ������  w Creston Drus&Book Co, i  *:������������������������������������-' w .- :������������������������������������'.^mti ���������        ���������������������������-.��������� m  % Phone Di ^  ^y*^-f-g'.^'^g?'^-~"������,-<*'-   __i_t:fl_:������___:������-.-_?���������_*'-^���������<^������**-.**-.y^T '  '^���������xs-.������--;'���������*=.-'<������:���������-st-���������st >sr-'5r"sr''sr.  '������_r'"������r-'*^'^'.*fc'^'���������r:'^-^-^.''!5*-*85^u&'  TV  me.'  Next In Command.  ! .������#-*-������-_������*S:_&--������������- &&&&^.&^&^&M^&&^.^^Q^.&^&.&^S>.m^^&S:S-SiSr.S',  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  Getting It Ou1*, of tho System.  I never liked the kind of riming  That called on freaklshness in chiming  "Nor can 1 warm up to the style of  The stuff, though 1 havo scon a pile of  The sort of verso that strung the meter  out  As though the author feared that it would  peter out,  Though possibly H makes the diction airy  For one who does not own a dictionary.  Full many a thought a man can scarcely  enell. rp.o or  Sense turns out by methods of this sort  excelsior,  Though one who had a heroine, has hid  her ably,  To  find   her  this  method   helps  consld- I  ��������� orably, '  Ono does not have this way to chart or  dlnernm 'er.  Or uso tho rules of rhetoric or yet of  grammar  Or Bay, "TI1I3 sort of thine I shun; null  is it una void and contrary to the con.  utllutlon,"  Ono who pauses need not think ho la a  cuiidlilut-  For (ho Ini!-; hmiso and fhnt thero Is n cell  and 11 (Into  For Mm nt tlio asylum.   Not on your pho-  l "Urn ph,  For In It Klniply Is a nolo 0' graphic description,    tlo mny  run  on  all  bo-  i-oiiL',   un,  Yoh, uml m\y It la a pcacherlno!  "-hen  ho cun otnrt to read. It bncliward,  mill he  1 Will   Iind   It   Jiiht   ua   smooth   na   'luuaofl  candy.  'J'ho  r������'n**t> or yol   tlie  nonnonno do������n nol  unit ter.   Ilo  MuUch  nn  tho limn-unco nn oshuuH and  baUery.  Whnt ony ono mny any lie doosn't euro n  rent or  Tny -'loso nt tout Inn In tho lltornry mentor.  I ��������� Ilo f-noH riln'iul whero ciiulloiiu would tlie  way mum,  Am\ any wnpt will net him to IiIh Mlntlon.  Hut, uh, to mul'o IiIh unUliiK nont, |>roj>or  Arid put li������ wrlti-u nut wllh 11 pen, but u  iiir.i I  <']|tijiju'l :  ���������_-  w  W  ok  m  _i  to  i���������j  r-  l_  _  xii  _���������  i&  iti  (Best equipped Livery in Town) I  Ail class of TURNOUTS supplied at short notice.    _ he latest styles of    jg  OUTTERSand BUGGIES for sale and hire.   Saddle and pnek horses n  Speoiality.  Feed for sale'      Agent for the McLaughlin Maufg. Oo.      Hordes for solo  I am prepared to fill all orders, both by wiro nnd mail, and meet all trains  at any hour tf the day or night.   Commerci-il men and landseekers, -will  receive prompt attention        .-������������������..-,.   <  -.. ���������-���������  I  m  JH. S. McCreath/Prop  Phoue 56 Sirdar Avonuo Box 14  96  -I  "T-i looking for the mnn wbo runs  thia ofllce."  "He is out Jnst now."  "But I havo a big deal I want to put  over."  ���������'You might seo the office boy."  Tho Way It Goes.  "Do you boilovo ln bad luck?"  "Not  when lt happens to the othe?  follow."  "Why not?"  "It  looks too tnuch"'llko foolishness  and I'lghe'idcducss then."  BURN'S  COMPLETE  Animal   Fertilizers  Wanted tho Excitement.  "Thoy'nro going to elopo."  ���������"The goi'Ro!    Why?"  "Thoy ure afraid their parents mlghl  ooiiKcnl to a quiet homo wedding 11  thoy wero to iiHk tliom,"  /\���������i  fcJM*fcMMMM������i*WMirMWTW.  T * ,-/.i,  rl.-.tiV,1"   lo  ^.(,,,.,1  ���������,,..,      \. ...  .   V.. ,}f. .... .... .W.W.     .... I', ��������� ....... .������.������������,      ..........J.,  i;. ui  ii.-i-'iiiii-itlv full al   our  Mfdifii!  TiiHllliitf  In  Detroit uu wo flue and Heat no pAlionU In our Windnor ollict-n which ore  iiHcd for Ncorti!.ipondc*iice and laboratory for Canadloii buuiucuo only.  Addrcaa nil lcttcrH n������ follown:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Wind.or, Ont.  Wtlle for our jirlvutt- ndilrcuM,  Turkliih Nnmrs.  On our vIslilUK Hat nro Mrs. llyn*  ol tit li. Men, Tulip, Mrs. Appl-'troo nml  Rim, S'lgltilugiilo. I 11111 nl.10 luipps  onougli lo -iiis.sosh (ho nr-iiuiiliitiiiico ol  Mi'H. 8wi>etiiiont, Mra. Dluiiioiul, Mra,  Air��������� UuMifiM Nontnjiuow lii'r ns MntlH'f  Hvo���������MIs-h Miiy-Sliu-ljini-nli nnd Mii<*l<'r  ������ii."\V������ii',i-ij 'J'lii.s lii.sl ii|i|n'll.i) ii'li  Ni'oiui'd l'������ mo hi> 1'iii'lnuH Ihnl I Impilr  fd lulu li mill li'iirm-il Hnu uiy .vnniii."  gciilUMiuiii \vn I Uii to bo horn. Tlii'-a-  fire in������t niiniiiini'Fi, you iiiidtM'-itiiti-l,  for nn Tuck owns ������iicb n ihlnur. Tc  (ell um. MlHti-fHH Ilyai'liilli Irom iinolli !  er .vim nun Uio mmm 01 ln-i- nmn. Aim  In IiIh ������-iiso nil you 01111 do Ih to ttiol" on  Ills Hit lior'H���������yon could hardly Hiiy  *Jliii.*itlnii~imuio,~ll, O. Dwight .In At/ j  Changed Them  Around.  Sbo   eiiiga    11I1  //V tbo popular Bong������  ^   of tlio day."  "Populflrr'  ���������That Is what I  Y enld."  "Not   when   ulu  Blngs tliom,"  lt-fff  Inntlc.  1  MaUet a Differ-nco.  "ITIh wily Ih 11 wiiy on 11 vInII."  ������������������!.. I,,. ..... 1.-..,   ,.,  I...-,. |.���������r Ivilftf V"  "1   HllOUllI  f-|| V   111'  WIIM."  "I didn't Hiippouo Ho wus Getting hlti  own iiu'iiIh."  A clover mini Inn't iiecc������������iirlly dii-������  honctit, but n dlNlioncat man pretty  nearly has to bo clever.  ARE  MONEY        SELDS  Sow Burns'Fertilizers  And Reap Dollars.  Call or scucT for , our  New Pamphlet which is  full ofuscful information  for Fruit Growers etc.  miR.Beatt*3  CRANBROOK - B.C.  Tho  Funeral Director  Pt BURNS &'Co.  B.C.  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Wiksuxw's Soothing Svsxjp has beea  imaZxi ,\j. i0^\.,  ouv. jl    tx)lir.d oy   um i.i.iu^, o.4J������.  ESOTUERS for their CHILDREN WHlfeB  TEETHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It  SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS.  AJJ.AYSall PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, and  is the best remedy for DIAR-H.a"���������. It ia absolutely harmless. Be sure and ask. for "Mrs.  Winslow's Soothing Syrup." and take ao oi_ei'  kind.   Twenty-five cents a botUe.  New Method of    Learning    to    Read  Does Away With Alphabet  Most children know Instinctively  that there ia something wrong about  the uninteresting and stupid alphabet.  It doesn't seem reasonable to them,  and they hate it. Now, it seems  they are right.  Progressive educational studen'3  have hit upon a plan to teach children to read by the new and efficient  method of sound reading, which eliminates the necessity of learning the A.  B.C.'s.  This new method is recognized as  one of the most important discoveries  in modern educational systems and  bids fair soon to come into general  use.  The whole system of the English  languagajs based upon sound. Every  word spoken is made up of one or  more distinct sounds. No one speaks  a word without giving utterance to  some of these sounds. When we say  cat we do not name the three letters,  as c-a-t, but we give the sound of c  and at, blended together and get cat.  rTVV* f.   f.lr.llA   ���������*...   XX. X f   ��������� f ti-   rt./^.,��������� ^���������.������n,������ ,3 \-r. e.  x ixk:   v..mu   lij    iui.9  i������c \i   sjr\ju.,iix 4 .-������.<_ .*���������*_  method is taught to work out words by  means of what is known as the family  group. After learning the sounds of  the consonants the child takes up different families, as the at, the an, and  the ill families, and-builds words as  o-a.t '���������-at ni-a*- m-nn T-tm f-ill t���������ill  etc-, adding little by little until a large  vocabulary is acquired. This is the  foundation of the new method of  teaching known as the phonic method.  The first important thing for the  child to learn is reading, in jrder that  it may be able to gain information for  Itself. It is therefore of the greatest  importance that the child be taught  this as soon as possible.  With  the  time-wasting  alphabet,  a  child  was considered somewhat of a  prodigy that could master the letters  and   their    order    at the    age of flvo  years.     Many months wore wasted by  tbe children in having those 26 characters implanted in their minds-      It  THS NEW i-RENCH remedy. n,i.n_.N- | has been demonstrated   by    the   new  T-M S-*S___ 55>8^_l.8 tTsed-Frencb    phonic  system that children  can  ac-  I ^1 __:r_*-*5"~_'%_,8T_ Hospitals witb    cmire the abilitv to read in much less  p-eatsuccess, cukes chromc wkakssss,lost vigor     I- A ,   .   .** Y,    .    v>   .-.   TV,~.i���������w|  eivsks. j-ood poison,    time than by the old A B  - method.  .WANTED  at once  Persons to work for us  in spare time at home. No experience  required with our NEW ART COLORING PROCESS Easy and fascinating  work. Good nay. No canvassing. Write  for  instructions   (free j .  COiNn fvl ERCIAL-   ART   STUDIO,  315 College Street. Toronto. Canada.  STORM  30 PER->TiTiON������Y  An Aerolite Fires a Village and Wipes  it Out of Existence  The recent terrific storms which  swept over Spain has yielded a large  crop of weird stories. Here is one  which has just been received.  The village of Alcooer, near Valencia, has been practically wiped out  and the surrounding country ravage-  by an aerolite of great size?  Shortly aitsr noon there dropped  from a cloudless sky a great ball of  Are. A deafening series of detonations like a thourand rifle shots resounded through the atmosphere, and  scattering tongues of flame in all directions, the heavy mass burled itself  in the earth.  The surrounding country was set  on fire.^and within an hour nothing  but blackened masses of smouldering  cinders remained of farmhouses, haylofts and gathered crops of hay, wheat  and olives.  ���������The whole population of Alcocer was  at the moment attending a requiem  service in the church, some two miles  distant. But for that circumstance  the loss of life would have been terrible. As it was five persons were  seriously burnt, one of them succumbing to his injuries the sam> evening.  At the moment the aerolite fell at  Alcocer a terrific thunderstorm, which  was accompanied by a rain of stones,  some tho size of < ranges imd weighing  nearly two pounds, burst over the  neighboring villages *. Beuavltes and  Ciiartil.  The ground waa covered In' places  t_ a depth of five Inches by those  stones. A pungent odor of sulphur  pervaded the locality for hours aftor  the phenomenon.  ft  VIM, KJ.ONEV.   BLADDER, DISEA  ULES.    KlTHF.il  No. DRUGGISTS or MM. I. SI. POST 4 CTS  I-OCiGKE��������� CO, 90. BEEKMAX ST. N EW i OJCX or 1VMAS BROS  rorohto.   v.'siite for fs������e hook to d?_ jls c-e^-g  ITed.Co, HavesstockKd. Hampstkad. London. Esq.  rRYNEWORAGEEtTiVSTIvLBSSIFUa'^Ol?    K-V5Y  TO  TA&B  ~ " safe ������.S3  -ASTiNC; CwiSS.  SSS THAT TRADE MARKED WORD 'TKBK--IOS* ��������� ON  SftiT. GOYT.ST.���������SP Af FIXED TO Ail. OE1CBKS PACKSTS.  ���������r*S=S ������-?^ *��������� ___-"_-_! *-"-*���������  b   a  t> Sa a msrhmm    ��������� ***" ������ *   --*r  l"\ 0U8OK���������or YOUR  fl  l^B.WII������������������  ���������ov _ em  P. IS?  a_ca a������  i and advancement is much more rapid.  i Sounds and uot names of letters  \ should be mastered first, for words are  ! only sounds or combination of sounds.  :��������� If tlie name of the iett������* is learned  "' tirst. as under the old method, it inter-  1 feres with the appreciation of the  r sound element in the word and unnecessarily complicates the process of  'earning  to read.  After  the child has commenced to  read  and  has  acquired  a  vocabulary  Suppose one of your horses  dropped down with Colic ?  What would you do? "What-  could a Veterinary do after  you rjot him? Colic often  kills in an hour���������30 minutes  delay means a valuable  horse lost.  The thing to do is to have a  bottle of  so Gure  <3.__U.    ti-i-c    4\3ii*  t-vci fto i*n  Relieves Asthma at Little Expense.  Thousands of dollars have been vainly  spent urron remedies for asthma and  seldom, if ever, with any relief- Dr.  J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy, despite its assuvance of benefit. cost3 so  little that it is within reach of all. It  is iho national remedy for asthma, iar  removed from the class or doubtful  ai.d experimental preparations. Your  dealer can supply it.  i_    , i - ii    r��������� r- -   "-   Maxims for the Married  Never both be angry at the same  time.  Never taunt with past error.  Never allow a request to be repeated-  Never meet without a loving welcome.  Let self-denial be the -daily practice  of each.  Neglect everyone else, even the  whole world, rather than each other.  Never let the sun go down upon thy  words,  the  names  of the letters and i Grievance.  spelling are introduced.    The primary j " >jever sP3ak loudly to each other,  Austria and Toronto Exhibition  The Introduction of a steamship  service between Canada and Austria  by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company has already demonstrated its  usefulness in bringing the two countries into closer t^uch with each other  and the inauguration of Observation  cars on the Government railways of  that country was the Initial step towards cementing the people together.  This, excellent work hr.s been the  means of arousing the ehthusiasni and  interest of the Austrian Government  to a greater Cegree in an industrial  direction, the natural and industrial  wealth of the DomLnlon. of Canada appealing to this section ot Austria.  With a view to the future development  of Important industries in Canada, the  Austrian Government got into touch  with the promoters of the forthcoming  exhibition' at Toronto and through  these offices ono of the principal exhibits at this annual show will be that  of the Austrian Government, which  will occupy two hundred yards of  space. It will be typical of Austria In  --very detail and over fifty firms, employing an aggregate of nearly one  ���������hundred thousand people, will bs  showing their various manufactures,  which Is further evidence ot the doslro  of the Austrian Government to get  Into closer relationship with this great  country of ours.  *i_iinn i      i i  i i 1   ii^"    _iwiiiuii ���������"������  Minard's Liniment Cures Olstemp.r  How Rockefeller Got His Start  When I waa ten years old I had succeeded in v!arnuig some money. It  was ������50. I loaned it to a neighbor at  7 per c&nt. interest. In a year the  money earned me $3.50. From that  time onward i determined to make  money work for me.  So writes John Davison Rockefeller  who began to mako a living almost as  soon as he could work. At 10 he  was earning 37 cents a day hoeing  a neighbor's potato fields. In 1853,  when he was 14, be left his Tio������*a  County, N.Y., birthplace-for cTevelancL  Thoro he got a j jb as office boy. Later he became a clerk; then cashier and  bookkeeper for a mercantile house. He  and two friends managed tj borrow  enough money to take hold of a petroleum refinery. Rockfel.er saw wonderful possibilities in oil and he reached  out for one refinery after, another, tm-  tU in 1861 he was able to organize  the Standard Oil Oo. Six years later  the Standard Oil Trust waa formed  and Rockefeller was on the way to fabulous fortune. He had a genius for  borrowing. Indeed, his start was  made on borrowed capital plus genius.  He is said to have beexi worth less  than $1,000 ia his own right when he  was 30. But the borrowed money  worked for him until there was no  further need to borrow.  _������Nj_-*  NITE-OCLUB  &������}������7  ^^HAT do you pay for in ehot-  vv shells? .   Why,  plainly for  shooting  quality "which means accurate loads, uniformity, sure  fire, care and experience in the making.  Then specify Rcmington-UMC���������Canadian made," from our nev*-  factory at Windsor, Ontario. Arrow or Nitro Club smokeless loads.  Slightly higher in coat���������moro reliabloia the field. "''-Ji   -  Wo will bo elad to send a booklet explninins- simply many !eabr?sea! points of wrimu-  nition manufacture   Your namo and' address on a pont-card brines it by return mail  ' i    ' .���������'.'.���������'���������       ,\ ...'.!������������������   ..  Remington-Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co.", Windsor, Ontarfe  SHIP  YOUR  GRAIN   TO  PETER   JANSEN   COMPANY  Grain  Commission  Merchants  Make Billa La_in_ read: Port ArLhur or Fort William.  Co.,  Winnipeg.  Liberal Advances Promnt Returns  Winnipeg,  Manitoba  Notify .Peter Jansen  Best Grade3  LINE    i\j   i_,UKUri_  Servlce3 -from Montreal, Ooston, New York  Tho Cunard Lino lias long been famous for the comfort and luxury of its  passenger accommodation, and in this, as In other respects, the steamers  of tha Canadian Service which carry one class cabin (II) and third class  only and sail for London, calling at Plymouth, maintain the high reputation  of the Company. ,  For particulars and ijeservatlons on the Company's various services (Montreal, N.Y., Boston), including: the World's fastest steamships, ���������lauretania-  Lusltanla,  apply to local agents everywlfere, or  304  Main  Street,  Winnipeg  THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP CO., LTD.,  I  Cures in ten minutes Spasmodic Colic, Gas Colic.  KiJnev Col'r. Wont, jtcuto Indigestion, Grain  Pounder. It neutralizes the acids in the  stomach���������eNpe's gases from the intestines���������  instantly reduces bloating-���������stops lhe spasms ol"  pain���������and renders the stomach and bowels clean  aod antiseptic.  Absolutely puarantecd  to cure every caae   of  Colic or money refunded.  i Sold by Dealers Everywhere.  60o.  and $I.OO������per bottle.  .NTER-ATiONAJL STOCK FOOD CO.  LIMITED  TORONTO ai ONTARIO  A Question of business  He���������RaiitnG.   1   am   thlno.  She���������Now thai Is coming down to  business. Come r unC tomorrow  ovenlnj; with a statement oC your assets, and linhiini.es, and we will gee  If we can form a company.  i work, however, is to teach the child  j to read, and a knowledge of the alpha-  ; bet Is no? necessary to accomplish  j this. *  !     By the phonic method the child is  | taught to recognize the word and its  I name as a whole.      For instance, the  j word dog is recognized, taken in and  j absorbed hy the child a3 one thing in  its  entirety,   instead of  learning the  three distinct characters of which the  word is composed.     It is just as. easy  for the child to do this as to resort to  the old. cumbersome method of picking out the three separate characters.  Many who are teaching reading by  the old ABC method think that is  the best possible way, but the Modern  Progress League has shown by actual  practice that under the new plan children can be taught to read quite intelligently  without  knowing  a  singlo  letter by name.  One of the advocates of this system  was questioned as to whether this  phonic reading would not tend to  make the child a poor speller. He  said: I do not believe the new method makes poor spellers. But I do  think the old system of striking out  the silent letters In words did affect  the spelling. On the whole, I think  children read and spell much better  and in a much shorted time when  taught by the phonic system.  __________      a "���������**���������  Thoac  Pleasant Suffragettes  Jpiniie, h.ivc    you    despatched  hoinh?  .-.. clear.  Have  you  mailed tho  infernal  clilne .  1 os, my angel.  Th'-Mi   powdor your  noso   and   we'll  go to Mrs. Stlmson's tea.  the  ma-  Clothes Wagon  I removed the basket from an old  babyibuuay anil nailed several boards  or Bints across the . ame, writes a  contributor lo Good HousekeeplnK.  On wash days I put. my ci -thea basket on the buggy and wheel it along  as I hang up the clothes or tako them  down I can hang up clothes i.i  about half the tlmo it used to take  mo, and do not have to bend over the  basket.  unless the house is on lire  Never make a remark at the other's  expense���������it is a meanness.  Never fuss over what might have  been, but mal- the most of''what is.  Never part for the day without a  loving or gentle word to think of during absence.  j>Jever mind fault unless it is perfectly certain a fault has teen committed,  and always speak lovingly.  'Hints For Western Grain Shippers"  "Write ua today for this interesting booklet, sent free to all farm-  ai-a     iinr-tl      etnM*f     rvvl-i-oi-e-f *_-1  HANSEN  GRAIN  COMPANY,  Licensed Grain Commission Merchants,   Bonded,   Winnipeg,    Man.  Hope for  Dyspeptic.���������  Minard's  Liniment   Cures  Cows  Garnet   In  Through lack of consideration o* tlie  body's needs many persons show disorders of the digestive apparatus to endure until they become chronic, filling  days and nights with suffering. To  these a course of Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills is -ecommended as - sure and  speedy way to regain health. -These  pills are so specially compounded to  combat. dyspe_.^ia and the many ills  that, follow iti it.- tra_ij and they are  successful alwcy3.  Women Succeed as Bankers  The possibilities of banking as a  career for women have been demonstrated by Farrow's Bank for Women,  which was inaugurated a couple of  years ago in London, 33ngland, and  which, managed entirely by women,  proved so successful that "t was recently moved to new and enlarged  quarters.  The bank's success, in the opinion  of Mrs. Kate Kelly, the manageress, is  largely due to the hearty support it  has received from women.  In an Interview she said: The eagerness with which women of all classes  and from all parts of the empire, took  up tha idea of an institution devoted  entirely to their needs was in itself a  proof that Farrow's novel departure  waB fulfilling a long-felt want.  Our bank gives women the privilege  DO   YOU  GET   THE  BEST PRICES FOR  YOUR (RUN?  If Not, You WiJl By Shipping To Us.  Do you receive liberal advances? If not, you will by establishin_ business  relations with us.  Do you secure the hlEhest t*rades for your shipments? it not, why not  take advantage oi the careful supervision of inspection i>y our own expert  inspectors?  Do you know your markets? If not, why not keep posted by asking us  to send you regularly our full market reports, and shipping Instructions.  Do you receive prompt settlement after your grain is _old? if not, why  not benefit by our excellent accounting service?  GRAIN SHIPPERS, If you want Immediate, efficient and honest attention,  dilp your grain to:  CANADA ATLANTIC  GRASN COMPANY, Ltd.  GRAIN   EXCHANGE wiNNiPEG,  Best Grades,   Best Prices.  Quick Settlements Guaranteed  MAN.  Viewpoints  Mrs. G-ramercy���������When I ^ married  you I thought you'd sown your wild  oats.  Gramercy���������With all your money,  my dear, it would have been a shame  she  a. woman never aamits    thi  was wrong.  I don't know about that, replied Mr.  Meekton. A number of them seem  anxious to prove that they showed  pretty poor judgment Ii. -electing husbands .  Two little girls became Involved ln  a quarrel the other daw which culminated in physical violence. One of  the mothers took her little daughter to  task very severely. Wishing to emphasize the enormity of her offence,  the anot-er said: It's the devil who  t_lls you to do such naughty things.  The little girl replied, between sobs:  He may have told me to pull her hair,  but I thought of kicking her shins all  by myself.  Let 'Em Go  i  First Trooper Imperial Yeomanry  (discussing a new officer)���������Sweara a  bit, don't 'e, sometimes?  Second Trooper���������E's a masterpiece  *o is, just opens 'is mouth and lets it  say wot it likes.  He Knew Women    -  Teacher���������Bobby, is this sentence  correct���������'She'll go whether she wants  to or not?  Bobby���������No, miss.  Teacher-%Why not?  Bobby���������Because she wo'nt go If she  don't want to.  Very Encouraging  Every time I have called on Mlas  Gibbleson lately she has been out,  complained young Mr. Fathead. I  never seem'to have any luck.  Cheer up, answered young Mr. Ner-  t'oon     era'-_*_'���������"���������   T'11   +*������11   **���������*-*���������*���������������_   **u*-������*  .   m***mmi     *e������w-*.-   ������      ���������   mm      *.W_A     J- V#*A     UUTT  sure  she's at home,  the next time I call.  Come with ma  .An up-state New York woman __���������>  ijed over a hot stove while spanking  her son.  It is believed the boy was su-itie_i>  ly warmed.  Diving Without Hose  Hose  for  conducting air from the lot consulting one of their   own   sex  _. o. . .     xn     XI. .      J , ������. - .,     _...-,- r, ���������.... ...\f...f.m     *\\ f\l m     l\ ��������� f.% m. r\ r* m     r.rQ film f.  SUrlrnCC-   to   i_u  vu������_j   uvuev   tue   waiei/    -,-,    .._w.������    ���������.���������.,...v.������.j   <*...-.��������� -������������������  Cheap Talk  That Mrs. Nay bor dropped in this  afternoon and got off a lot of cheap  In.lk.  Cheap talk?  Yes. she iifK-d our telephone for a  full   half-hour.  has heretofore been cons-ldered indispensable. An elaborate outfit of  pumps operated either on land or in  boats was necessary to force fresh  air continuously through a great  length ol hose to the man below the  surface. Now the inventive bra'.n  of a German has conceived and put  into successful operation an ingenious device which will probably do  away with the old apparatus for diving.  By this method the diver carrleB  on his ba*:k two steel bottles containing highly compressed oxygen.  Another cylinder contains chemicals  for absorbing tho carbonic ncid exhaled from the lungs. A system of  piping carries all the impure air  breathed out to a chamber containing the absorbing chemical. In th **  compartment the deadly carbonic  acid gat. Is entirely eliminated. A  small nmount of oxygen, Just enough  to renew the air, ls added to tho  ohnngod nnd i*pf������;������*nprnt������r1 ovlinlnllonn  and passed on to a compartment in  the helmet, where ic can bo Inhaled  through tho nose or mouth. By this  syHtom the vitiated nir ls continually  being niiido over into new.  lt la thought thin device will do  awny with the accidents nnd uomo-  tlinf'H lonn of life which hnvo occas-i  Ion ally happened through dofoctH in  i.hn diving hone or pumplnn npparn-  tiirt i:o luiui )u uao. But wllllo thu  diver may carry hl3 atmoapliprft, nn  one doi'H Ills ivardrobo, along with  hlni, lu- cannot yet qulto disconnect  hlinHflf from tho outer world, ns tho  oljjnnl lt ix* In ullll nocesnavy for  imam, of communication.  Tho business transacted here Is  precisely the same as that transacted  hy any other joint stock bank, and]  the fact that all our staff consists of  women Is good evidence that one sex  is not more gifted than th3 other ln  accuracy and a head for figures.  A feature of our establishment here  is a rendezvous room for our clients,  where they can meet their friends nnd  write letters.  Grocer���������Wouldn't you    like    some  ���������horseradish?  Mrs.   Newlywed���������Mercy  don't keep a horse!  no:  we  Her First Thought  What a dreamer'she Is!  I should say so! When I told her  about an accident in which a poor  fellow lost liMi of hla legs she said  that that was.too bad, as he would  mil l>o able to leave any footprints en  the sands of time.  Two curates, one good nature.d, tha  other opposite, lived together. The  good-natured ono went out for a walk  and met a poor man, who asked for  assistance. The curate said he was  only a poor man himself, ������ut if he had  a coin in his pocket the man should  have it. \ Lo, and behold, when ho.  pulled his band- out of his pocket ho  showed a half crown which.he did not  knov about, _nd gave It to the man,"  thinking he had done an act of kindness. When he got back to his lodgings h������ told his fellow curate cf Ws������.  experience. His fellow curate heard  the Btory out and then said: You need  not be nnrni'lsed at all: you have got  my trouse.'s on!  At a railway station In a small town  a solitary traveller.- was waiting for the  day'b only train. Train time camo  and went, but no train. Ho went  over to tho station master, an old  darky: Say. when does todny'a train  get here, anyway?.  Oh, dat train won't bo In for a long  tlmo yot,  In a few mlnu'toa, however, a train  was Been crawling toward the station.  Thero comes the train! oxclaiuetl tho  traveller, oxultantly, to tho darkey.  Seems to mo you dor. t Know your  business, if I'm not nil-uikuii.  Say, mister, roplied (ho darky, t reckon you's a perfect stranger around  hero. Dat's yesterday's train, dat ls.  Today's train won't bo in * 11 to-morrow.  BOc.  n t ox or nix hoxi*n for $2.60,  |  .it all cie.ilcru, or   trie.  DoUci-  ivtcdi-  i_ll,b      OWIH|.������   ������Jf       l'"l'| ���������  '  Cnnadi  llohblf wiih I* the habit of running t-rr.indH Tor un old gonlk'iriau next  door who novor paid him except In  i.-liu.uv'.- t.nitiiKm. Ho nun junt roturn-  i(\ from tin* llili-il ori-iiii'l ono iiinnilii-*-  ;nid tiii; (iM Kt-iitlitiii.ui, jiultini; him  im   the liir-iul, mild:  llotibl<\ I am very iiiufh ol>llf*o<l |.������  yon.       You're  a    line     llttlo    follow.  The Lawyer 8corea  Lawyer���������1 say, doctor, why nro you  always running us lawyoi-B down.  Jjoctor   (dryly-1���������Wei.,   youi   pi-olcd"  Hlon doesn't mako aiiRola of men, doon  it?  Lawyer���������Why,   no;   you   certainly  havo tlio ndvantage ot uh thore.  fl  ���������?  ll  1  lllllllv     i I III  ll. 1,1,1      I,  III.V      IU',),     (.11.llll,     iDU.  '.1. .   .1     ...,     In     li I.,     * ,  ZJ  //.   N    U    9f,<>  fully  ami  ni������oloK<-tl/>ally  n-plliil:  Mr. .liiiK-ii, yon (l'-.|i'*, know how I  \vl".h I i-otiM lli.iiilc you for iioinu-  thiiiy.  Frank V). Karol������on, formor Bchool  Inspector, telli* thin Incident or a vlfl-  It to n friend In a woRtorn city: I  mot on tho ratroofc ono dny tlio llttlo  dnughlor of    nn    tir-rnmlntnnoo.      I  ICIIOW    HIIU    Willi    |i'H*iiO,i(.;ll      'iu      ho       III  nohonl nml nuked why hIio wan not.  Oh, i>1h������ '-..id, Uicy f-criL i:.. home  bpcniiHo our tt'iiclu-r in nlirl..  lliifm't Hho a BUbBtltuti"? I nslii'il.  No. nir, H'lie ������ul<l vcry naively;   uho  Ul������(J      Jl      .,������������������������!���������        ���������'���������    ���������   What i.mkt-M you think In I.i ;i f(������i-  oIkii   nobleman?  I overhi-atd htm nny li*- u.vnl i-vt-ry-  UilllK  lo  !������>������   w,r������-  MAKE certain of complete success in your concrete work  by always using  Canada Poland Cement  We ore supplying Canadian famicia with die Itigliot quality of Portland Cement it u poaslLL  . for human skill to make.  We have reduced lhe price of Canada Portland Cement until it it within your reach for practically  every purpose.    It is the only building material that is not increasing in cost.  Be sure to ask for Canada  Cement, in bags.  Canada Cement Company Limited, Montreal  // vou fiat<f notrtctlvr.itt frit eofiy tfiiWhat the farmer (an 'ionvilh Concrete, " turtle our IttformmHtm  Department ami ������et one.    it t a lampteie p0atnan tuturtu tiHyitope.ua.  im^^A.h\aj\f'^mxaim*,'x\)i  ���������HM-MfM^  '*Jl'������V1 iii i4lt'il^.,u������'>._.:i''-'.' THE K.EVHSW. CBESTON, B. C.  A  s  "^IL,,,.,^,,,^,,,...... -���������  A* ti.p*^Z,\i.tt*0#V������<Stig^.  .ti '#??^?%^|*P^ii^  ���������;^fr#?i  l������H"!"W',M������MMI*������M*M*W''M*<*4*4***i***'!'  AN INFERNAL!  MACfflNE  5_  E-Jr/'5.ai? a _TA*-lfnAiS-_   -B.  a*   wvnwi   ������������ -vuuttvuvai   ws������������  BidM  a������ en  By GROVER J. GRlrr-N  I  4  "Captain," aald the third officer ot  ocean iiner ���������Tartaric*,.saluting uur  afetef,  "the  bnggagemaster reports A  [ftos in the hold In which there ls eom������  Mechanical contrivance "that ticks."  "Well, what ot It?"  "Thero waa talk of anarchists blowup  the  ship  before we left.    I  lOutd* suppose  tuut Iu  it" might be well to examine the  with a view to discovering If it.  taina np infernal machne."  *-*Where is.the box now?"  ������������������In the hold."  ***Get It un Into the baggage room,  d I'll' bave a look at It."  Later  Captain  Chambllss Inspected  t'rtT--     It*  turn a   ���������!���������/������*���������_���������������������������. iloi- 1���������   aha ��������� o  ut two feet long by eighteen Inches  d and deep.   On tbe cover was the  [���������Mme Ethan B. Jenkins.  "Who's Mr. Jenkins V" asked the cap'  In.  Slobody knew.  ���������"Send, for the purser."  The purser. came,  and the captain  ed him if there was a passenger  board of the same of Jenkins.   The  ufser said there was and dispatched a  reward to look for him and send him  |G������ the baggage room.   Mr. Jenkins was  dapper little.man,  who looked no  r������ like pin anarchist than a Hotten-  What's tu the bos?" asked the cap-  **in.  Articles picked up abroad Intended  '.���������������    -* ���������_. ._.--.    .* ��������� -.   ~~ ���������    0l~i~~.Ar.  I*  es> lilt���������uio i.M*   ujjt   intuua.  "Is there a clock in it?"  "Not that I tm aware of."  ���������"Listen."  AH'were silent, and tho ticking was  ���������fflstlnetly heard by all. A great chaago  mo over the face of Mr. Jenkins. Ha  [looked'terror stricken. He seemed to "_*���������  S-lnking bard for a few moments; then,,  thrusting his hand into his breast coai  kef, he drew out an envelope and,  fwiaftatOj know, the a_uft_M Is MB  4s *o off li. ������ou. ways xtom wo uatd- Ss  wm -packed. It was packed tbe day, '  we called; therefore it will not os- '  __>5_ till w* as������ near tbe American  coast . I'm not pure it will explode at  all. It may be tbat it's a joke pre*  ���������$strated by tbat fellow Bar-Softer all.  II tso be wouldn't hesitate .to put-a  clock in the bos to make it worse. I  wish X had bim hero now to punch hie  head. This isn't the first ttms be'*s  caused me trouble by his pranks."  "What do you propose?" asked ibe  captain. "It ycu think tbe matter a  hoax you'd better open the box and  and out whether it is or act."  "And blow up your ship as well as  myself if it's a real infernal machine?"  The   captain    evidently   had    not  thought of that.   Ho locked confused.  "lYtell you what you do, captain,"  continued^ Jenkins.   "Taw ltw  The captain looked relieved. He told  the purser to take down a list of the  articles in. the box from the owner,  with their values, so that in ease the  box were lost tho amount of claim  would be limited. But he did not  want to have this done' before getting  rid of the box. Be directed one of the  ers*?? xo carry is to tbe uppe& deck-  where the lifeboats were swung on  tbe davits, and put it in one of the  lockers intended for provisions, wedging it so tbat it would not slide about  with the motion of ths waves. This  was done. The boat was lowered? a  cable attached to her bow, and she  was suffered to drift a hundred yards  astern.  While this was b<-ng done the eap-  tatn gave orders tbat what was in  tbe boat, or rather what was supposed  to be in the boat, be conSned to those  Who were in the baggage room when  the matter was discussed. He did not  consider that a bomb a hundred yards  - away from the ship could endanger  ber.  The Tartaric sighted Fire island on  the'fourth day out. She was twelve  knots east of Montauk point just before  da?light on the morning of the fifth  day. A man stood on the after deck of  the ship, where the cable that towed  the lifeboat was attached. He tied  loosely to the rope a pair of oars, which  drifted back to the lifeboat Then he  fixed to the rope a clutch with handles  like those of a pair ot tinner's shears.  Grasping the handles, be swung himself off the stern and let himself down  slowly till he reached the water. The  pressure against him exerted by the  headway of the ship* was so great that  he would not have been able to maintain his hold had it not been for this  clutch. By its use he let himself be  slowly forced backward till he reached  the lifeboat and pulled himself up by  the cable on to its bow. .  " Once In the boat he cast an eye. to  the westward, where shone" a light,  which he recognized as one on Montauk point. Taking from the bow the  oars he bad sent before him, he put  them in the boat. Then he cast off  and was left astern. As the dark body  of the Tartaric grew darker in the distance he 5 mi led and raised his hat to  "her.-*  "Goodby, my friends," he said. "I  think I can now get on without your  valuable assistance."  Taking the box from the locker in  which it had been placed, he ripped It  open with a screwdriver be drew from  his pocket, took out a clock, which he  threw overboard, and a small package,  which he concealed in a pocket of his  flannel shirt. Then, beginning to shiver  with tho cold, he took up the oars and  pulled for tbe light on Montauk point  By this tlmo a streak of gray light  appeared ln the east end, in due time  lhe sun came up, but the man in the  boat did not need its warmth to dry  Ms clothes, for the heat of his body,  kept up by the exercise of rowing, had  already done that. Ho was making  -low pvor-refiSs for one mnn nulling on  lo large n boat could not move it rapidly. However, by 0 o'clock In the morning he was but half a dozen tSillca from  lho Long Island const, nnd, a motor-  boat passing him, ho made a bargain  nvlth the man running ber to take him  tshore.  Once on terra firms, leaving bin boat  hauled up on a bench,..ho started inland till ho camo to a town, where ho  hired a horse and buggy to carry him  to tho northern coast of tho Island.  Thero ho chartered a motorboat to  take him across the sound to Sftybrook,  where ho boarded a Long Islund east-  bound train for Boston. Arriving  there ln tho afternoon, ho purchnscd  clothing and, dropping Into n diamond  dealer's, took from his pocket tho pack-  ngo ho had taken from tlio box supposed to contain tho Infernal machine,  unrolled It nnd displayed a dozen enormous diamonds. Beforo leaving tho  chop he sold n number of thom to thi**  dealer and early tho noxt morning  parted with tho rest of his ntock, realizing a hnndsonio profit between what  tho stones had orlglnnlly cost lit in at  tho diamond mines nnd whnt ho rocelved for thom. Ho Imd reached tho  -"-nd of n scries of hrlllliint Imposture.*  to defraud tho customs.  On thn morning of tlio dny tho Tartaric arrived In port1 an oillcor announced to tlio captain thnt tho llfo-  Oxferd Bibles*. /  Aa an Illustration of what the Bible  S-tput of the Oxford University Press  i _*.rclv������3, it is mentioned that the skins  if 100,000 a_imala_are used every year  for the covers of Oxford Bibles alone,  and 400,000 sheets of gold are required  for the gilt lettering.  A Busy Point  Twenty-five million tons of shipping  Muss round Capo Cod annually. y  Censorship In Turkey?  Sseks have been eenfiscated in T__-  fcsy for the most curious of reasons,  "Banford and Jderton," for instance,  ���������offered this fate because the pet dog  In the tale was called Turk.  Anachronisms.  Shakespeare refers in "Julius Cae*  Mr" to clocks some fourteen centuries  before they were Invented, and makes  cannon thunder in "King John" and  Introduces a pistol in "Henry V."  Tbe kangaroo has  been designated  as the official emblem of Australia.  Lead Pencils.  Pencils are very skillfully constrncl),  ed. When the column of graphite haa!  been prepared for use in the pencil it  Is laid in a slit cut for it, covered with!  another piece of wood, which is glued  on; then,,by means of ingenious machinery, the wooden covers are reduced to the proper size for pencils,'  and painted or vanished.  When Sugar Was Costly.  A packet of sugar was at one time  jj costly present io maka even to royalty.' History tells us of the "comfit,  box" that the great Guise missed as he  RAPOLEON'S SAD QME!.,  ��������� '-   ;';-, S,:  He Wss Superstitious, _nd  His  Prs-  sentiment Came Triuew- ?"  Napoleon tho Greatwas exceedingly  ���������uperetltious. The rf-ilowi&g is told  as one of the\JIlustratio_s of this:  When Napoleon, in the spring ot  1799, was lying before Acre he wan  anxious for news froni upper-Egypt,  whither he bad dispatched Dessalx rb>  pursuit of a distinguished Mameluke  leader. Not many days after a eour*  tier arrived with favorable dispatches,  favorable in the main, but reporting  9ne; tragical occurrence on a small  scale that to Napoleon outweighed the  public prosperity.  The commander as a brave man felt  that any fate that awaited him would  be better than to fall into the hands  of the enemy. He set fire to the powder magazine.? Tbe vessel blew up  and the crew perished.  For all - this Napoleon cared little,  but one solitary fact that was in the  report which struck him with secret  alarm���������this ill fated boat was called  L'ltalle, and in the name of the vessel  Napoleon read an augury or the fate  which had befallen the Italian territory. He felt certain that Italy was  lost, and Napoleon was Inconsolable.  But what possible connection, It was  asked, can exist between this vessel  on the Nile and a remote peninsula of  southern Europe? "No matter." replied Napoleon, "my presentiments  never deceive me. . You will see that  all Is mined. I am satisfied tbat my  Itaiy, my conquest, is lost to France."  So, indeed, it was.���������New York Press.  Arizona's World Wonder. j  The Grand canyon cannot be descrii**- I  ed in measured terms. Every beholder ;  sees it In a different form, just as tin*** j  rolling clouds Suggest different resemblances to the eyes of tlie beholder. Begin with the thought of the canyon  thirteen miles wide, a mile deep, the  Colorado river 200 feet wide imprisoned down in the depths-between lofty  walls of weather stained granite and  rushing wildly on its way. It is buried  to deepthat only now and then can  rou get a glimpse of what looks like a  little dark ribbon of gray. Above the  black granite wails of the river yoii  see what you can easily imagine to bs  cow after row of red brick skyscrapers  projecting from the sides of the canyon  at acute angles and always pinnacled  It**   ItvinAfil*-!--   4-**y**ir***e*  vjr   -ujjjvt-ixj^  ivVrcioi  The height of those prodigious sky  scrapers and towers cannot be meas  ured by the imagination. They seen  to rise a few hundred feet In realitj  they tower thousands of-feet from .tht  foundation walls. The colors are mar  velous.���������Leslie's.  AH15BI1 Q  9 V V1UWU _*  t *i.  nth  *y* aws  Mrs.      Hughes     Creates Unique Vocation.  CHAMPION LAZY PEOPLE.  id's  W-rs-'S-gs.  Mpwrnirnriiani^ _ _  In the Newfoundland west coast  bays herring are caught In the spring,,  autumn and winter. The winter fishr  ery ls through the tee.  Buffaloes of India.  . Eastern experts, say that^tbe buffalo  ef India as a producer of butter fat  excels the best breeds of cows." In  Samples analyzed an extraordinarily,  "high proportion of butter fat was  found, 7 or 8 per cent being common,  and in one case close on 10 per eenj  was found.  Luminous Bait  A   fluid   secreted   by   certain   flsH  /aught in Portugal is used by fishermen of that country to make their bait  luminous.  ^ -"Left Handed" Lions.  _ Nearly all lions are "left handed.*  Livingstone noted that when a lion  desired to strike a forcible blow the  animal nearly always used his left  paw.  What Fishes Know.  That fish possess a certain power uf  reason is affirmed by many who havo  studied them. They often learn to  recognize the voice of tho one who  feeds them. Fish will congregate in  places where food is habitually thrown  to them. If a morsel proves too large  to be swallowed they have.been knowQ  to divide It on a sharp stone.  Kongo   Gluttons  Who   Do   Little   Else  Than Sleep and Eat.  According to M. Friedmann, a German traveler and historian recently returned from the Kongo, there is a tribe  of natives down in one of tbe interior  parts of that region actually so stuffed  all of the time with food, three or four  times as much as they have any need  of,'that they are continually in a dull  and almost unintelligent stupor.  They do little besides sleep and eat  They are too lazy to do any individual  hunting, and it is the disliked and unpopular member of the family that is  ���������forced to do the food providing for the  relatives. The women are quite as lazy  as the men and work only when it is  absolutely necessary to eat  The only time when the native*-}  rouse themselves is at marriage or at  death. Both of these occasions are celebrated by eating more than on ordinary occasions even, and the after effects of both events are often disastrous, as one or two of the party are  sure to eat so much as to be seriously  and often fatally sick, which only  means another celebration of a different kind.' ?  Tho few missionaries who -have pen-  'etrated the interior sufficiently far to  ���������nest with these tribes own to their being practically hopeless as far as any  regenerating is concerned. They seem  to have been stupefied through the  centuries and to have become utterly,  degenerate and useless members, of so*  clety.-*--Chicago Tribune.  Bell of the Old Oregon..  The old bell which on Oct. 2_, 18SO,  tolled from the sidewheel steamer Oregon the news to San Francisco that  California had been admitted to tha  Union is now a part of the exhibit in  the pioneer room of the Golden Gate  (June museum. xuj������ utMiJUVw ox California history was the ship's bell of th������  steamer Oregon, which sailed from  Panama for San Francisco soon after  this state had been admitted to tihe  OnToja, Sept 9, 1850. When the steamer sailed through the Golden Gate on  the morning of Oct 22, 1850, and ap*  the bell Incessantly until scores of  small boats came alongside and learned  what news the vessel brought The  people of San Francisco then heard for  *T~_    Xtm^X    *������.��������� ..    J-KnJ-    JrK���������*������   ^XmXf.    l.mA     V.-n_  uio ������jj.as,  umc  miii,  s.zx'&s.z.  isLaiv uc%~& ������j*;~jj  admitted into the federal union, and  festivities ensued. The bell bears ths  inscription "Oregon, 1848,'New York/*  ���������Argonaut     Y  .--llltillL  wmmmm  _-Si IiOIS PIBBCB BTOGH-Si  In this age of unique vocations per>  proached Melggs wharf a sailor tolled | bap3 that of "hotel "hostess" is about  Goats' Hair Cloth.  Cloths, of which the warp and woo.  are both of goats' hair, are woven io  Germany and sold to oil manufactuw  ers to a limited extent  m Aw til*  "dOODB., MT rrniBNDS," HE BAJD.  taking out n letter, read it hastily and  banded it to the captain. It was as  follows:  1 Mr, Jonnin**, I am employed In the packing room of tlio bouse of Do Four Fruroa.  I am a member oC un anarchist circle and  bave been ordorcd to pack an infernal  ftnachlno In a box to bo chipped to Amr-i-1-  ea. Vostorday I placed ono cmone artl-  ties bought by you of this house, Tin  Bieclianlam Is not to explodo tho bomb In  four day-i. The thought of onusins thn  Mestruotlon of hundreds  ot portions  haa  Called on mo, I am horrified nt what J  ���������vo done nnd wrlto this letter that you  ���������nay nvolcl tho consequences ot my act  Do not attempt to opon tho box. If you  ���������re nt sea throw It overboard. I leavo D������  r-our I'Vci'co at onco nn*1 -nnnnt ho found,  i Thero wus uo algnnturo to tho lettoi  tor anything by which tho anarchist  liould bo identified, for lt had boon  Mrrlttou und addrosscd by n typewriter,  i "Why did you uot tako action to get  Hd of tho thing at onco?" inquired tlu  pnptnln sternly.  i "I thought U was n hoax. My nephew,  t_hi\rlk* nutii**, If* -lwny������ plnylns* practical jokos on ino,. and I had no doubt  thut this was ono of ihem."  C "Hcavo tbo thing overboard ntonco!" i boat astern was missing. Tho captalu,  tried tho captain. nurpvlscd. nsked If tho owner of tho  \ "Not on your lifer" interposed the    box had'boon notified, and, on bolng  Ceylon Pearl Oysters.  The Ceylon pearl oyster is not afc,  oyster at all, but a mussel. It is of  tbe fir-mo variety as the so called pearl  oysters found in the Persian gulf and  ln Japanese waters, but qulto unllko  tbe pearl oysters ox AustruHu Aw!  Burma.  The National CapKoi.  The capitol at Washington covers ar  area of 153,112 square feet  Incubation.  Tbe Ohlnese hate long understood all  the intricacies of incubation and wero  among tho flrst to use incubators fo������  tho hatching of bens' eggs long beforo such machines wero mado ln other countries.  Deep Wells In China.  There aro oil and salt wells ln China  moro thon 2,000 feot deep that havo  been drilled through solid rock by hand  with tho most prlmltivo tools.  A Single Line Poet.  Every man has the streak of poetry  ln him, and probably every man couid  write one line of poetry out of his- life,  as any man has one novel in himself.  But we were talking at large the other  day, and a man quoted the line, "A  rose red city half as old as time." And  then came the question, Who wrots  that line that everybody knows? Ono  man said it referred to Damascus. But  no one knew who wrote it  There are single line poets as tbero  are "Single Speech" Hamiltons, and  hero ls perhaps the only Instance in  which the' Newdigat������ prize poem at  Os-ford hn������ produced n living tine, for  the author was tbe Bov. J. W. Burgon,  who won the prize in 1845 and doubt  less recited povtions of his poem ln tha  Shcldonlan theater. But that allusion  to Petrn, the Arabian rock city, ban  lived.���������London Chronicle.  China and the Telegraph.  - China was confronted with a stiff  problem at the introduction of the telegraph. It was hopeless to think of  combining -the western Morse dots and  flashes in sufficient variety to express  tbe 3,000 or 4,000 characters used by  a fairly literate Chinese, not to speak  of tha entire 40,000 or so known to the  highly educated men of that race. A  phonetic system was barred by the  fact that the same Chinese monosyllable means different things, according  to the context or intonation and also  by the diversity of dialects. A Dane,  Professor Scbellerup, found the solution. Tbe 7,000 characters most commonly used are given their equivalents  ,ln a code bf numerals and these numerals are telegraphed. Thus, "cash"  In the code Is 6,030. If any one wanted to telegraph the number 0,030 itself  he would send the code  equivalents  of the words  ������������������six,"  -"thousand"  an������  thirty."  Animals and Earthquakes.  One of the mysteries still unsolved  is that of the sense by which the lower animals become aware of the approach of earthquakes? For three or  four days beforo a series of. earth-  quakes at Guadalajara, Mexico, tha  many parrots of the city showed,  great and unusual restlessness, and  during tbe period of disturbance the  increased cries of the birds jgave warning of the nearness of the worst shocks.  Bats also became alarmed, fleeing  from the city before the earthquakes  came. Supersensitlveness to faint  shocks hardly give satisfactory explanation, for modern seismographs aro  very sensitive, and it ls quite unlikely  that tremors too slight to be recorded  would be felt so strongly as to givo  alarm.  the most original and new. The Idea'oi  having a woman to preside oyer, a flboa  devoted entirely to the accommodation  of feminine guests is being very sue  cessfuliy tried in a large new iiot-lrr-ii--  New York city. ,v ?  Mrs. Lois Pierce Hughes,:"a ?ge_tl& -  woman having much social experience.  Is the choice of the hotel management";  and a happy one it is proving,not onlj  for the women stopping at the hostelry,  but for many of tbe men as well,  i Mrs. Hughes has a charming little  office, where sbe Is to be found ever**  flay ready to answer the thousand arid  one questions that come up in her line  of work. She is a clubwoman and? is  In touch with women's- clubs all over  tue country.  Mrs. Hughes knows ail that is going  on at the theaters, will see to the purchasing of tickets and furnishe. ��������� a  maid or companion to conduct women  traveling alone to the theater if desired. This hotel hostess has gradually found. out what seein to be the  needs of the woman traveler and has  facilities for supplying tbem in -the  best ways, such as arranging day  :trips to .various sightseeing, .points,  supplying ��������� guides j eixpe^-^'sbbppers,  nurses andYpackers���������in short,- almost  anything that is asked for from-reference books to tbe latest fashions.  "The men stopping at the hotel have  AUnn-AMAil     ������irl*,������ !���������    *������      _^-|  uiSCutciuu     ?������ UM.It   **    *i*  is tc  Fireworks In Italy.  Pyrotechnic performances In Italy  *ro, iifuinlly m-dnred by municipalities.  In southern Italy tbey nro very fro-  quant, nnd ovary fair or holiday serve*}  us a call for them.  Owner. "Thoro nro things In thnt box  "Which X would not tako thousands ot  Dollars for. What need for hurry? Tho  fetter snyn thn mnchlno Is set to firo  1_J hctrl*- !*������������������ *on~ ������1ny������ "Thin In onlv  Ibo third dny."  \ "I don't euro if it's only tho first,"  ���������napped tbo captain. "I'm not going to  ipndnnger the ship and thoso aboard by  tarrying nn Infernal machine. Tako it  eut nnu uonvo it _\uiuouiu. x *.���������>,  , ���������   ^ .*,*.. *. .������,.���������.���������..������������  ft     t,,.tM_fc,b    ,..     *.,..m\... w*.     w.     ....     ^ -   present that If you do I'll bold tbe  compnny for do hinges. Thero Is no ne-  ite-Hlty to ������_nd such valuable property  |������ the bottom.    In tb* flrit place, tf  told thnt ho had not, a stoward was  Ijcnt to find him. Later tho messenger  roturnod to nay thnt Mr. Jenkins wnn  missing. Tho cnptnln looked nstonlHh.  ������i"1' ilifii h llalit broko In upon his  bruin. ,  "A suniiptTllng df������dir������*l" ho 0Ki-lriIm<*d.  ^Ke'ip It from the ItiHpectors."  Boforo tho Tnrtnrlc sailed ngnln hor  .nptnln hnd been notified thnt n llfo-  (Jtliii   Willi!   u,������  bui|r (i   linuiu   !���������>,!   i..u   _.-.>>  mm X m     1 *��������� l..m    mm.      m      \.mXf.*,     mm.     #1,.%     A������������fn.1,  end of Long Inland. Uo gave orders to  bnve It shipped by water to New York,  but nr-ilrM no questions ns to how It  ram* there,  Rainfall.  The nverngo nmount of rainfall bo-  low tho flijunfor l������ twenty-nix Inches,  whllo. north of the lino lt Is tkirty-BOV*  en nnd ono-lnilf Inched.  Chinese Writing'  Not only uro tbo written chnrnctoru  tho oamo throughout China, but thoy  nro almost Identical ln China, Jnpnn  nnd Keren, howovor wldoly tbo spoken  words differ. Business men In these  countries who ennnot convefso enn  communlcnto cnslly by lottor. and ln  iiu������ r,hiiio-.Tii*niin(*K������ war Jnnnncao and  others could always mako Chinese natives iinden-lniul thoir wnntn by  scrntelling tho clmracteni ln snow or  Hand with their bnyonctn.  Necessary Noiso.  A poet and a musician wrote a comlo  opera. When lt was flrst performed it  was noticed that the music was very,  loud.  "Why did you write such strenuous  mimic ?*���������' asked a friend of tho com-  . poser.  "You wouldn't ask that," tho composer replied, "If you had rend any of  thoso lyrics. I didn't want tho nud!-  enco to hear thomr'���������Saturday Even*  tng PobL    Hia Splendid Wish.  "What   aro   you   thinking   about,  Henry?"  "Oh, I was just wishing."  "Whnt wero you wishing, flenrr"  *���������! wng just wishing" thnt my salary  . wns ns big as wo wero trying to iniiko  our friends think it must bo."���������Chicago  Uocord-Herald.  UllllU,   UUl   l/iOWW.  .%      ������������..,..       m .. JI      ..mi.      l,!*t.*t  Foiled.  ���������Trwtnp���������Good mornlnf, indy. \  thought perhaps 1 might bo nblo to got  a blto tcro. Mrs. Snnpp-Certnlnly not.  Tramp-Ob, then I am laboring under  a mistake. Mra. Snnpp-lt ntrlkca mo  you never Inbor under nny clrcum*  ���������tnncog.���������London Opinion,  Forgot His Troubles.  Aa a rule, In later years we r__ie_i-  ber our pleasant experl-cuces uiai-Q easily than our troubles. I onco visited  n village where I found tho oldest In-  babltuut, a frail old man, wbo regaled  mo for an hour with quaint and comical reminiscences orf his youth. Wltb  each fresh anecdote his reedy laugh  broko out It nppenrcd ns though his  llfo had been ono long comedy. "Did  you nover lujyo nny '.roubles?" I nsked.  "Whoy, yes, to bo pure," snld tho pa-  iiini'eli, "but Ol'vo forgotten till they,  'cept thoro was auything funuy ubout  'lm."���������London Stuuduid.  have a woman to advise with tbem as  to bow to best entertnln their visiting  women friends, nnd Mrs. Hughes is  called wpon.daily to arrange festivities  forpeoploshoibas-never seen.  Mrs. Hughes calls upon her' women  guests a short while after ibeir arrival,  bidding them welcome and offering-tho  hospitality of the house, just as "any  hostess would do. nnd In this wny  brings n note of home into the life of  the woman who is perhaps uot "Immune'from homesickness".  This charming chatelaine- Is In dnil*-  recelpt of "brend and butter lettera."  such as one writes to a recent hot-toss  after a charming visit  Obeyed the Order.  Bobblo ��������� I heard you got a lottor  from your brother? Jooy���������Indeed I  didl Bobblo���������Wuh thoro unythlng Important in tho letter? Jooy���������Welt, I  didn't opon it, for on tbe outsldo ot  the envelope was printed, "n.use return In flvo days," ho 1 sunt It buck to  _lui.--New York Globe.  A New Profession.  Another woman has Invented n new  jVfcfcfidiOij.    Miitjtt ������������. Tj.  McCniiuoiii, a  Brooklyn girl nnd a trained nurse, be-  enmo in tho course of her professional  work suporintnndont of the Civil  hon-  pltnl In Mnnlln nnd Inter chief of'the  division  of hospital construction nnd  equipment bf tho, bureau Of lionlth' fur  the Philippine Islnnds.   Now Miss Me-  Calmont writes herself down ns-'Mios.  pltnl   specialist   aud .consultant-'  -iii'id  hns so largo a list of profosHloniil engagements thnt tho need of iiioiv women to take up the profc.flf*lon*lH conclusively shown.    Miss McCnltnont's Ido-i  grew out of the condition alio nu-t In  tho course of her nursing work.,  -film  found hospltnls where Initial mlstiike-i  In construction nml equipment hnd tout  ninny tlioiinnnds of dollnrs to correct,  others   where   Inexcusable   ohiIhhIoiih  bud nddud hundreds of dollars monthly  to tho cont of miilntentinco.  His Ground.  Jtle���������Why are you going to mnrry thnt  nM   *a������ih''*������    Oh?_|  lr������-- tVin V������rV ITUIinil  ho walks on. Ho���������I know, but Isn't  there &ny oti:cr way cf getting ,l?""  Loudon Ophiluu.  _ _ _ htrf  operate a broom fuctory In St. Loult*.  It In tho only Institution of Its kind In  Ml-wrmrl nnd ono of tbe -*ry few 10  lb* world-  M    -lUCI,  Shorn end Dyed.  ���������"JL'nen you weren't uiwuy**  "No, mum; I stnrted my onrr-or ns a  Wall street l������mb."~Wn������hlngton Her*  i-liL  Henrd Obscurely,  "Whnt does Harold call his motor-  boat?" nsked Maude.  "1 enn't sny exactly," replied Mny-  rale. ''But I'm euro what ho culled It  trlit-u he \v:m trying lt> ilnrt th"* wiyluo  trnsn't thcTnnmo pnlutod on tho bow."  -Washington Stnr.  Beaiiokness.  An Itnllnn physician, who clntmn to  Anow, anys thnt "pooplo wiio nro aun-  ���������Joct to seiiHlckncHB Hlionld uso ntropino.  Tho Injoctloii of ono milligram of ntro-  plain in   bitlfmli uin   will   Uc*-|i  t-t-nc-lck  miojucin    itcii   uuu    i'i t:v   T>t,uj   lav    mm  pleasant symptoms.'*  What Is Hessonite.  !=!'5'*'f?r������njtc *v*l-**ht !'���������* u new fltewtf".* i.  ������ now fnd.'bnt It's nlmply n now hIiiu1i\  nml It'** nninod for tho Grnnd Dnlio ������>l  IIckho. Tho Hhiulo, which Is..uclthor  dlHtlnctly roHe nor nuuMh.VHt. but n  blending of the two, te found chiefly lu  tho semiprecious stones.of trniiHluoont  coiii|)onltIon und hrlllliint luster, mull  ns nro iirted for nocklncon. clinliis uml  1nrp,nott������������ holdr-i'**. un woll ns for hiitiilu  tops uud toilet pi iih of n minor clumtc  ter. |]o.shuiiHo>, coiiKUlored us n culm*,  somo what pnrtiiUi-H of (ho fiituriHlH1  Idon of Hhiulo blending, lor the romi  and tho nmethyst tones so melt tntu  tnch othor thnt It in Impossible to'������n5  which one haa the stronger chnmcto-f  In tie.  A Climber.  "MlflM Nurlch nppenrs to be quite n  ���������oclotv bud."  Yes: n bud of <������no of the rii-iii-lni* | mu-m������*^..wm������^.,.i������m������.'"_ ������������������������' u������u*n*������v������''������-  ^*������,l*|^M      iJ������4*.  Among the smnrtcst outing hiitn-*nrc  t.nllora'P.rsd slcwch h:it*������ of epc-njr*"* ���������'���������'he  hitter hnvo ntltelieil bri inn nnd crownt  In sf-ctlons. 'tfrmnmnn. whlto feltn,  rough strn^il tiud cretonnes with stm*������  vnrlctu-K or iilniit.fi. --1111111110 u.~pi*������������������*���������*>���������  Mt>n  prlri- the thing ung-ilncd mure  .bun U tH.-HbakUHiHMir*.  ������,.������.������.    .....    >.,.'..    .,....v    ,.-,..,.....  Orf-nt vnrlety olttnlus In tho locutions  nf tlu������ r-i**r:rt flint bfttv*; "und tho no west  ttut"- tn (jom***''"'"���������* **��������� **���������* ���������*������!���������������������*������������������ ������������������'������������������'-���������itt*ii  mmmmaamwaaaaaaa THE   CBEBT-dllSBEVIEW,. ���������: OBlgTOK,  _3.   U-  L������l|I^UI.  mamm  Comprising 125 Acres GRAND FORKS, B. C.  APPLE TREES  Peaches  SSBEB-  Gherrles  Cellared���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established IdOObythe HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Mlnlstor of Agriculture  I ALL STGCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  Save Time and  Money by  buying ycur BREAD  at the  f*sz������.m * r*> ^:i::'jktitii  ^ftammmm  SSa  AeriJ_, Ladies^W^y^^^^iW^0  Try a glass of our delicious  Home Made Drinks.  [ * Or ������-������������������������iOgue and Price list, - write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent. Creston, B..C.  , m __rj_-.fffeW_r  AI_Ki  Church Notices  SBim'������i*y J_.   ^n*^ fftnlii ^%iB  I7S._B.1V1 51^  ������.'-  In connection with the  Creston Fruit  Wis WLuL JXJNATE  I   saek. q8 lbs* Royal Household Flour  as  first  prize  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  /*.!...  f     f .1       . .  V'tiriMr vtiiti'Cii  Matins, 11 :()0  Evensong ?:*���������)  Erickson���������Evensong 3:00 p.m.  31 ETHOD 1ST V,HV RCH  Public Worship, 10"30 uud 7 :80 P. M..  Suncbvy Sohool and Adult Biblo Class  11:30 A. M.  Come and you will be made welcome  Fred L. Carpeutev  Pastor  }4 sack 49 lbs.     " '* *4     as second prize  %. sack 24 lbs.      " u ":     as   third  prize  the above Elour to be used in this competition  ALSO  1 sack 98 lbs. Centennial Flour  Centennial Flour only to be used  in this  competition  For further particulars ask  B   I !  fySIOfifl  IHosOBis  Limited  PRESBYTER1 AN  Service every Sunday   at  ami 7:_G p. m.  Sabbath School at 2:30 p. m.  Adults Bible Class meets every Thursday evening.  _ W. G. Blake  Minister  CATHOLIC CHURCH  Mass 10:30  Benedictoin 3;30  Every first Suuday of the month.  Father John O. M. I.  Sunday School every Sunday at 2:30  we  >TV ?���������_/*������  ens  F^noy  W   MERCHANT  Agent for House of Hobberlein, Toronto  Sec our Fall and Winter Line of Samples for Suits made to please you  11ST fIF fil ARRFR  bait.  I       VI  ukiiuvku  TUP  IH'  S!l  r__rt  IHI-  r.in  3 niSi  I  i  111---  SYNOP3IS OF GOAL MINIG REGULATIONS  is-HKMV  aa  It  ! FRUIT TREES  *w^ A  ltxY ���������_-*���������_       ���������*_ ������*-���������_ ���������_. -   *   1** wm* mx t-w-i  ������   *     0m  I  #  m^M   liKlNAI itirN 1 AL_5  Coldstream Estate Nurseries  VERNON, B. C.  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  X.6 name. We carry all the leading varieties most  suited to this district. Our specialty is budded stock  on three-year-old whole roots,  All Stock delivered to ranch at prices quoted  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C.  Ooal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  the Yul$on Territory, the North-west  Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Colnmbia, may be leased  for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not  more than 2,560 acres <vill be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lense most he made  by the applicant in person to the Ageut  or Sub-Agent of the district in whioh  the rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  he described by sections, or legal sab-  divisions of sections, and in uusurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked ont by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a feo of $5 Which will bo refunded it  the rights applied for are not available  but not otherwise. A royalty nhnll bp  paid on tho merchantable output of the  mino at the rate ot five cents por ton.  The person operating tho niino shall  furnish the Ageut with svoin returns  accounting for tho full quantity of merchantable coal mined and pav tho royalty therein. If ihe coal mlufng rights  are not being operated, suoh returns  should bo furnished nt IciiBt, ouoe a year  The louse will include tho ooal milling rights only, but tho lessee may be  permitted to purchase whatever available surface rightH mny he considered  necossnry for the working uf tho mine  nt the rate of $10 an acre.  For fnll information applioalion flhonld  bo mndo to tho Secretary of tho Department of tho Interior, Ottawa, or to nny  Agont or Sub-Agont of Dominion Lands  W. W. OOHY,  Deputy Minister of tho lulorior  N. B.-���������Uunuthorizod publication of  this advertisement will not bo paid for.  APPLES  Singh- box exhibits���������Wagner, Northern Spy, Mackintosh Red, Baldwin,  Rhode ls. -Greening, Wea"thy, King,  Golden Russet, Jonathan, Ontario,  Ben Davis, Stark, Gano, Wolf River,  Spit'/onburg, Winter Banana, and any  otlier variety.  H a. m. { Plate exhibits include all the above  and the following varieties: Yellow  Newton, Grimes Golden, Gravenstein,  Rome Beauty, Hubbardson Nonsuch, i  Snow, Talman Sweet, Gideon, Blen  heim, Is. W. Greening, Golden Pipriti,  Alexander, Delicious, any other variety. Best plate of Wagners grown  ou Riverside stock.  Crab Apples���������Transcendent, Martha,  Whitney, Hyslop.  PLATE OF FIVE PEARS        -  Flemish Beauty, any otlie? v&riety.  LADIES'   CLASSES  Best display of apples as a food, preserved, cooked with pastry, canned or  otherwise.  Best display of jams, jellies and preserves any fruit.  Three loaves bome made bread.  Best jar of pickles, best jar of ketchup, 8 brown loaves, 6 cookies, dozen  home made buns, lemon pie, apple pie,  any other variety of pie^  Best flowering or foliage plant,  VEGETABLES  Potatoes���������Plate of six of each���������Sir  Walter Raleigh, Irish Cobbler, Oar-  men No. I, Dooley, Gold Coin, Wee  MacGregor, aryl any other variety.  Box of onions, plate of 6 onions, 6  beets, 0 turnips (table), 6 turnips  (stock), 3 cabbage white, 3 cabbage red,  2 citron, 2 huhbard green squash, 2 golden squash, 2 squash of any variety, 2  pumpkin, 6 tomatoes, 6 red peppers,  6 green peppers, 3 celery, 0 parsnips,  best collection of vegetables on staging  not to exceed 3x6 feet, 0 mangel wnr-  zel, 6 sugar beets, 0 white carrots, 2  pounds of butter roll or print.  Best exhibit of honey.  POULTRY"  Leghorn, Wyandot tr*, Minorca,  Langshan, Rhode Island Red, Orping-  tqn, Plymouth Rocks, Game, any variety, two classes for each variety.  Duck or drake any variety, pair il'  pigeons any variety. C hens   eggs.  Poultry   exhibitors  havevtf* supply  . nQ Wrmoh Pmiimhi-n 'MiirAnrinn-rn"! In  ! IIU Li! mail UUIUrSJUiQ SIUS5GH05 UUs  OF VANCOUVER, B.C.  Are very extensive growers of High Grade Fruit Trees''  " Of All Kinds  Long Experience, Ample Capital and Up-to-date facilities enable us to  produce the best grade possible.   Our "ONE-YEAR," TREES on  "THREE-YEAR WHOLE ROOTS" JSxcell all others  We Guarantee Satisfaction in Evety Transaction  mr:ii   .ITAI11C--,  "YVs VitiVft TlClV* t,p**������*������-eotifo/l   it-  f_-_o ir. .o*������--������-*-_*-   _-*, H.r*,  -  ���������  *   *m,   ������*/*--���������    aaw-r     a. V������r_. uui^jl. ������.-vv������.   ������__    ������/-___������_   -ca "-,_*> l/B. a. \J\J   Kl\     J.**.-.*  who will call upon the planters for their orders in the near  future. 'It will pay you to see him before placing your order  80 PAGE DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE FREE  B.C/Nurseries Company, Ltd*  T493 7tli Avenue \V. Vancouver, B. C.  their own pens, 2 feet 0 in. sqinrewitli  a door in front.  Tho commitrte have the pi-ice list now  iu hnnd nnd hope to gel, it into the  hands of the printer iu a few days.  ^^^���������^���������^���������^^^���������^^^������������������^���������^^^^^i^' ^^>^,^^^A  GUY   LOWENBERG  Consuming ENdiNKBtt  I    Vtfsftil  im_mm    Complete New Stock Just Arrived  Calcomlning,Painting, Paper-hanging, Carriage and ISign painting.  Let mo givo you iwlvico and (-Htiiuatehi on your work. All work guar.  anteed to give aatiHfaction.  : RESTON  B.C.  OKELL, YOUNG & ������_aj.  Harry   Leonard  Shop on Sirdar Ave., in the Old Poole Store  YOU WILL SAVK MONEY BY GETTING MY fis*n MATES  Real Eetato and Inmiranoo.  HOUSES TO RENT  CRESTON     -  B.C.  taq   vi   QPT-rrYrm^j r������  Firo, Llfo and Ancident, Ii.Niirunoo  REAL ESTATE, Etc.  TRAIL       -v.      -  B.C.  -n i  CANADIAN PAPERS  AuEJGREASING  Wo rooontly received from tho Pub-  Ushers, A MoKim, Limited, IMoiitroni  and Toronto, a copy of tho 101 ll Edition  to thoir Canadian Nowspnpor Directory.  Thin work nhown that within the lnnt  yoar ovor ono hundrod nowspaporn havo  fltartod to publish In tho Dominion. In  faot no quickly is our Canadian Nows-  papor Held Rpronding out tlmt A. McKlm  Llmltod, havo decided that It will bo  ucccoBBiiry in futuro to publish tho Canadian Nowspaper Directory nniumlly  iiiHtond of bionnially as beforo. This  Canadian Newspaper Directory glvoi  fnll partloularH of praotloally ovory pub-  lioation In Ciuifuln, and iHintetideil as a  gnido to ndvortlHorH, In-Heloorii'K papors  bOHt puitod to thoir requli'oiiioiils.  Tho work before uh Is mosfc oompi''--  iioiiMivi', ami giv<iH i>)ii* intputiil.ioii ol  iwory iiewMpuper town mid the circulation of prnoUoally every paper in lhe  Dominion. In all it <lnM-.il)o,i 1.0BH pub-  fouudland, of these 152 are Daily, 1,281  weekly or *emi-weekly, 232 monthly  and 23 published less frequently.  This issue also contains a list of the  priuc:pal British publications which will  bo of much value to the 'many Canadian  Firms n-*w advertising in the Old  Country.  The firm of '"Ar MoKim. Limited who  are easily the leaders in the Advertising  Agency Business in Canada are to be  congratulated upon the splendid service  reudered both to. publisher and advertiser through this very complete Directory. The price of the work delivered,  anywhere is $2.00 por copy.  Creston Disuict fruit, vegetable and  poultry show will take place Wednesday, October 22nd.  When.you want vour next job o,  printing done, no matter what the jo  is, bring it to the Review office. W  guarantee a first-class job and ou  prices are right. .<���������  The Ladies Guild   of Christ  Ohurc  are making extensive preparations fo  their annual bazaar  which  will tak<  place: on Thnrsday, December ..4St- .Th  ladies  are particularly  interested   ai  present in trying to arrange for a dii  play of entirely new and specially at  tractive goods aud the public will fin  opportunity to   purchase innumerabl  articles serviceable  either for  use  oi  presentation.  ���������Send for onr prices on furniture, w*  pay the-freight.   OO. S.  PROMOTED  In memory  of Mrs. F������ W. Ash  who was  called Hook  September, sjKth 1913.  iiWI������V'v'Jl/  m**l*    ������������.l*t*    -1_ 1 -I   -IJ������ "  Wo did not pee, on yestermorn,  When iiiilkintj with our lovely friend  The angel hosts that hovered near  Awaiting with hor to ascent-  We did not see, conversing thoro  Ol* life���������-tlie past���������tho living now���������  The Father's hand in soft caress  Laid gently on her patient brow.  We did not. know, the smiling eyes,  That iiietour wordsof timoand place  So soon would iiiopfc tlio glad Hurpi'lse,  And see her Saviour faco to faco.  And ho bonmHO we could not nee  Tho glory of tho waiting throng,  Out- hearts kvow chill with sudden pain  . To loiii-n our lovely friend was gone,  We Haw her work laid down so soon���������  A work of love, ivfl sweet iih rare:  The quiet lufluonee, full spent  To clour earths tainted atmosphere.  Wo .saw the struitgor coining iu,  Who  necdi-d    much  her words   of  cheer;  We   naw tho  homos   whore  sickness  dime,  would   miss  her  visits  That long  there.  Ami,  ntlll,    the    mourning  nearer  In.11 Hi;  The oii'h her heart held doubly dear;  Tlu* hiiHbnnd bowed in iianioh-HH grief;  'lhe lonely child  it ill weeping there  And thon the Spirit touched our oyesJ  And, through   tho  mis.  of  falling]  tears.  We saw I.I10 endless llfo, that lies  Beyond tho spaoo of orrthly years.  Wo saw tho happy land of Heaven,  Tlio golden land of ondlcss days.  We saw tho oily of the King,  Its shining sens, its (lowery ways.  Wo saw tho waved go singing In;  Wo saw tho star dockod  rrowns oil  Joy;  Wo   hoard  tho Saviours  welcoming]  words;  Wo looked on poaoo without alloy.  We saw lho land whom sin in not,  Wo paw,  within   the  Groat White'  'Throne*  Wo  saw  tho    groups  and   swelling"  throngs;  Wo hoard thom singing Homo Sweot  Homo  And In tho glory of that placo,  Whoro  faith   is  Hwallowoil  up  iu  sight,  We Haw again that sainted faco  Midst thoso who ''walk with llin In  whilo."  And looking up wo Haul���������-Tib woll ���������  Lord luUe om-days that, are to como:  For envth iH hut a  portalod spaoo,  And llouvou Ih the chlHtiaus homo.  LUCY A, E������Y

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