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 sa*  -   .-)     IT_  ALL THE NEWS 1  of the CRESTON |  f\t-������*Arii *_^.i_n  mpAI.AU_  I  I  All RoAds ltl Bast and We$tj Kootenay Leeid to Creston  /������*  ���������fegiS- ������������������  .--;���������- *���������"������������������������������������-_������;:*; "v. *;?i*-Hc>-"���������*������ft-  ������������������-.������������������,' 'J *k?:-:^'^^^^^MI  "���������'"' titiy:titi;titititititititiiSM  __L���������-_f JS____#"  T  '\..'-;i"':"/*T  SENT TO ANY  ADDRESS? FOB  $2.00 A   YEArRl  :|Hj  )?:Hl  8    Wft.    Af*      ~*4������    V*_>A"0  Bmm m   ^r ms >w^(& "j^-^-^       P   ^*   e^aA���������Va  CRESTON. B. 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'" .  \Disiricfs Fruitf Vegetable and Poultry Shorn) Was an Unparalleled Success  The big event is now a thing of the past but it went into  istory with such a genuine halo of glory that succeeding  ear. wil! look back and say, "It was ia 1913."  Although   there were hundreds   of exhibits   to be   taken  are of iu a comparatively short time and all had to-be arranged   aud space   allotted  ready  for   the opening   at one  Sti'dock, everything went ahead  without a hitch from start to  nish. ~"  From esrly morning the exhibits  began to arrive and by  ar the busiest   places in the valley   were the two   halls, the  iercautile and the Auditorium.  And then the visitors began to arrive, they came in rigs,  ssn foot, by .train and some even came in autos, and all were  lad to be here and glad that Creston District was coming  nto her own.  One noticeable feature was the fact th -t although the  rapetition was very keen, and although some were disap-  inted, there was absolutely no sign of the green-eyed  ���������������_o_sf.er aad the spirit of good neighborship prevailed  throughout.  jjgf  Another noticeable feature was the absence of any sign of  ssbHgut or pest on either fruits or vegetables.  The work of the officers and more especially Mr. Heath is  he subject of the most hearty appreciation by both exhibitor  Hamilton; 2, M. McCarthy; 3. Mrs. C.  Cotterill. Gideon: 1, B. A, Penson; 2,  Stocks & Jackson. Blenheims: 1, W.  P. Stark; 2, A. Mackle. North West  Greening: 1, J. Stace Smith. Cox  Orange: 1, Brown & Heath; -2, A. Mackle; 3, W. P. Stark. Alexanders: 1,  R. J. Long; 2, T. M. Edmondson; 3,  Mrs. C. Cotteril. Any other variety:  1, W. A. Pease; 2, R. J. Long; 3, F.  Dotts.  Best  Plate  Wagner  Apples,   grown  s\-*%   ofAni-   ^^^cli-issci    i.ro___    Rivers 1(3.*^  Nurseries: 1, W. P. Stark; 2, E. Med-},  ford; 3, H. Boffey.  Crab Apples���������Hyslop: 1, Stocks &  Jackson; 2, Mrs. G. Cotteril; 3. Mrs.  W. B. Forward.  *v**,-������_1)s_f- *  .mmA  mmm r** ^J-)���������._���������  "Strike the iron   while it is hot," now   is the  time to get  |.n line for the formation of a permanent Agricultural Society  >n the broadest possible lin-es so that the increasing resorces  8_f this most in-i-fui   district will   have   attention,   in future  shows;  "~" "~       l-*: ��������� ' ""-""'  ie Daily News says:-  The Pair -was opened by J, H. Schofield, AI. Pi P.. who after thanking the  Pears  Flemish Beauty: l, R. J. Long; 2,  Brown & Heath; 3, J. Hobden. Any  other variety: 1, M. McCarthy; 2, Mrs.  Wells;   3, Stocks & Jackson.  Plate of any fruit not specified-���������1,  Mr. Pease; ������, Mr. Spratt; 3, T. M.  Edmondson.  Vegetables  Potatoes, Plate Exhibits���������Sir Wal-  ter"~Raleighs: 1, Mr. Staples; 2, H.  Lyne; 3, Stocks & Jackson. Dooley:  1, T. Goodwin; 2. R. G. A. Hockley;  3, Stocks & Jackson. Gold Coin: 1,  Mr. Holmes; 2, P. R. Truscott. Any  other variety: 1, J. MeNarlanu,- 2, Mr.  Staples;   3, R. G. A. Hockley. _  Onions���������1, T. M. Edmondson; 2, H.  Lyne; 3, Mr. Staples. " Box Onions���������  1, T. M, Edmondson; 2, "R. J. Long;  3, H. Lyne.  Beets���������1, Mrs. Fairhead; 2, M.  Churchill;  S. R. G. A. Hockley. ^  1, J. E. Hamilton; 2, R. M.  Reid. Minorca, cock or cockerel: 1,  J. Heath. Minorca, hen or pullet: 1,  J.- Heath. Langshan, cock or cockerel : 1? Mrs. R. M. Reid. Langshan,  hgn or pullet: 1, Mrs. B. M. Reid.  Rhode Island Red, cock or cockerel:  1/ Stocks & Jackson; 2, Stocks &  Jackson. Rhode Island Red, hen or  ptttlet: 1, Mirs. M. Young; 2, Stocks &  Jackson; 3, Stocks & Jackson. Orpington, hen or pullet: 1, W. Gobbett.  Plymouth Rock, cock or cockerel: 1,  H. Hamilton; 2, Mrs. J. Heath. Ply-!  mouth''-Rock,'-.fieri -or pullet: 1, H.  Hamilton; 2, Mrs. J. Heath. Any  other variety, cock or cockerel: I,  UM*_. Wills;... 2,; H. Simm. Any other  variety, hen or pullet: 1, Mrs. Wills;  it, Mrs. Wells; 3, C. H. Simm. Best  PHiir of Pldgeons: 1, J. Craigie; 2, 6*  H., Lynne. Six Hen's Eggs: 1, Mrs.  F.H. Jackson; 2, Mrs. J. Hobden; 3,  Mrs. J. George . Cartwrlght. Rabbit,  uucK; x, xx. uum-cui _, jcv. _. uuug, o.  Ml. Payne. Rabbit, doe: 1, H. Gob-  bett; 2, R.--J. Ijong; 3, Mrs. Wells.  t Packing School  j" . ������������������.." ��������� '  ,_he packing school contest for 1912  pupils   was  won   by, H.   Gobbett,   M.  Murdock   second    and    A.   G.    Downs  third;   1913   packing'  school  was   won  byl H.   Lyne,- TP,Y'R.7. Truscott  second,  aiid Mr. Holmes third.  FUNERAL  liS.  JOHN HUSCROFT  MCKENZIE HAD TO  fOHNTOOMDn  On Monday afternoon occurred the  funeral of the late Mrs John Kusci-offc  of Wynndel.  Mrs,    Huscroft   has   been   in   poor  health for some  time and only a few  weeks ago returned fro rn the hospital |  st Nelson where   she underwent  an  operation for apendicitis.  Her  death   occured  on    Saturday t  evening when    in the midst   of  heri  family and numerous friends sheaass-  ed quietly away into the great beyond.  ,   The funeral service was held at the  Presbyterian church and Rev. W?6.  '--������������������ ������������������-*,... -���������������������������������������������'"'���������,  Blake spoke ia touching terms of her  entry   into   the   midst   of   the   great  white throng   compbsed*of   those vyho  "have washed   their  rcohes   and made  them white in the blood of the Lamb.'-5  A large number  bf   relatives   and  friends  followed the   remains   to the  grave and with numerous iloral tokens  showed their affection and "respect for  the deceased and the bereaved ones.  Miss Mabel Mawson left Wednesday  tot a visit in Vancouver.      "  Br. Frank of Nelson is spending a  fa^ days in tswa looking r.p the live  stook situation.  Carrots���������lr  T.   M. _ Edmondson;  Capt,  Fitagerald;   3. Mrs.  Staples.  ��������� :'���������'     ���������~r���������  j-J    Mr. Dan Smith  of 2-Jelson, arrived  , ITKtarBday   to take  a position on the  "*  1 .������_-*���������    ���������  u ~.    _ - - s f%mm.imAm   ' -*jfm.,*,x-*...-.*-m  ^bsesident and vice-president for the ho  ^Bior coalcrred upon, him, referred to the  ^girevious fair held heie, at which he   m :���������    ��������� _J  jjx-Mj.uej.wui   *xx,i0  plants were bquwu *_  made a very creditable exhibit while  there was an exhibit fo pigeons and  rabbits in ihe poultry section displayed  by the youths of the town."  Stock*!  i.l  _-B___ii*-*<  officiated in a snmilar capaoity.  compared the previous fair with to-  ,y'a and congratulated the people Of  restoa on their enterprise.   In point  f view of the number of exhibits this  ear'i������  fair was almost   unbelievably  ead of that of last year, thanks to  he courage and indnfltry of the resid-  'euts of iho valley- he Baid.   He spoke  31 the fair held recently in his home  own. Trail, and though; not belittling  ho fact that fruit of splendid oan be  ropn there,  in his opinion tho fruit  tod aft today _ show   was saueh  iner than thiat of his home town.   He  [concluded by congrntnlating the ladies  f this distriot on the deanMfal display  they had made.   The judges too were  naniiuua in thoir oougratulatory rem-  jirko on tho exehibits.      In the fruit  auction "Wugeuors, Jonathans, Mcintosh  Bods and BpVtaonberd apples Mid Flom-  iflh Beauty pears wero all the strongest  talausep, anbO. B. Appletou of Prootor  Who judged this department, said nfter  after giving the award iu the plate exo-  hiblt of WagonorB:   "I nave never in  all my rx.iorlonoedoen'a Wagoner plato  exchlbit, in whioh there was suoh olose  ooiiipeUtion.,,J. Hamliton of Cranbrook  jndgi d the uegotable exehibit whioh he  ututod was wa������ trpjl^ remarkahlo.  Blinilar opiuious we**, oxpro������nod by Mrs  T. (iill, judge in. tbo home oooUlug uud  preserving deuartmeut, and 0, U Wlo<*  judeo   cf   tho pmiltry.       Amoiiff the  notahlo wins was that'of J. Cook who  won the handsome spoer'g Silver trophy  with the heat flvo boxes of Spitaonherg  Mr. Cook had 14 boxes of frnit in tho  exhibition and with those he won nine  fkrutu.   Ho has wlrod tho ngrioulturnl  Authorities tho* ho will show his whole  exhibit at the Ohioago land show.    In  the iivo-box exhibit Murdoch aud Cul-  Hollowing is the complete  list of prize winners:  Apples  Five Box Exhibit���������1, J. Cook; 2,  The Griffin Ranch; 3, Stocks & Jackson.  One Box Exhibits���������Wagners:   1, H.  po-fey; 2, The Griffin Ranch; 3, H. B.  powns.    Northern  Spy:    1,   J    Cook.  Mackintosh   Red:   1,   P.   R.   Truscott;  2 ,Capt. Fitzgerald; 3, Stocks.& Jack-  t*ipn.   ?Baldwlns:  1, Stocks & Jackson.  Rhode Island Greening:  1, W. ������. Lit-  tlojohn;   2. R. J. Long.    Wealthles. 1,  j; Cook;   2, R. J.  Long;   3, Stocks &  Jackson.   Kings: 1, J. Cook; 2, Stocks  tit Jackson; 3, Mrs. C. Cotterill.   Golden Russctt:. 1, J. Conk.   Jonathans: 1,  p. R. Truscott; 2, H. Lyne; 3, Brown  $   Heath.     Ontarlos:   1,   J.   Cook;   2,  Shocks   &   Jackson;    3,    Tho   Griffin  Ranch.    Ganos:  1, Stocks & Jackson;  2,  Mrs. C. Moore.    Wolf Rlvor:   1,  J.  Cook.   ������pitzonborgs: 1, J. Cook; 2, H.  Lyne;    3,   Brown   &   Heath.     Winter  Banana:   1,  Brown   &  Heath;    2,   H.  Lyne.    Any   othor  variety:   1,   R.   J.  Long;  2, The Griffin Ranch;  3, R. J.  Long.  j^lato   Exhibits   -���������  Wagnor:    1,   H.l  Pod-d: 2, H. Boffoy; 3, D. Scott.    Nor-|  thorn Spy:  1, Collis; 2, J. Cook; 8, J.  S, Smith.   Mackintosh Rod:  1, Stocks  A Jiu-kdoii; 2, J. W. HamlUou;  3, Miy.  C, Cotterill.   Raldwlns:    1, Stocks   &.  Jackson;   2, W. P. Stark.    Rhodo Js-  lanfl Oroenlng: 1, W. Q. Llttiojohn; 2,  ' arlffln Ranch; 3, XI, J. Long.   Wealth-  leg;  1. J". Cook:  2, H. Boff������y;  S, R. J.  Long.    Kings:   1, Mrs. C. Cotteril;   2,  J.   qtaco   Smith;   3,   Mrs.   M.   Young.  (jioU^n   liusi-i'"."'.   1,   l*Uv.   CoWu;   2,   .T.  Cook;  3, W. Qobbott.    Jonathan:  1, P.  n. Truscott:  2, II. Lyne;  3, J. Hobden.    Ontarlos:   1,  Mrs.  Collis;   2,  J.  Cook;  8, Stocks & Jackson.    Starks:  1, Griffin Hunch.    Gano:  1, Stocks &  Jaokf-on;   2, T. M. Edmondson;   3,  C.  Moore.   Wolf Rlvor: 1, J. Cook. Spltsu-  onbergs:  1, IT. Lynn; 2, R. J. Long; 3,  J. Cook.     Veliow wowtowns:   l, it. J.  Long: 2. II. Lyno; 3, J. Wilson. Win-  Gobbett;   3,   Brown   &  Heath,  rr-t--.__.a_-��������� .        T      tXo-ilan ���������      ���������>  A Ui llipo J*p     ������������������������      **m.%0*0 %��������� ��������� --,       -.,  mondson; 3, T. Goodwin. Cabbage,,  white: i, T. M. Edmondson;' 2, W.  Qobbett. Cabbage, red: 1, T. M. Edmondson; 2, Brown & Heath. Citrons:  1, W. G..Littlejohn; 2, George Cart-  wright; 3, E. E. Cartwright. Sauash:  H. G.: 1, it. G. A. Hockley; 2, T. M.  Edmondson. Pumpkins, two: 1, Mrs.  Staples; 2, T. M. Edmondson. Tomatoes:-!, Mr. Holmes; 2, M. Churchill;  3, H. Hamilton. Green Peppers: T.  M. Edmondson. Celery, three sticks:  1, H. Hamilton; 2, J. E. Hayden.  Parsnips, six: 1, W. Gobbett; 2, The  Griffin Ranch; 3, M. Churchill. Best  collection of vegetables: 1, T. M. Edmondson; 2, W. Gobbett; 3, R. J.  Long. Mangold Wurtzel: 1, H. Hamilton; 2, M. Churchill; 3, T. M. Edmondson. Sugar Beets: i, ifl. is. cartwrlght; 2, George Cartwrlght. White  Carrots: 1. T. M. Kdmondaon; 2>  Stocks & Jackson: 3. Mrs. Maxwell.  A public lecture will be given in the  Auditorium on vV'ednes'iay ���������,-������������������ Octobpr  29th under the auspices of the local  socialist organization. The speaker  will deal principally with the lahor  trouble at Nanaimo. Ladies are especially invited to attend.  (From fehe Bonner's Ferry Herald)  Oct. 17.  E,  Ross   McKenzie,   a' young   man  from   Fernie,   B. O.   who passed   through   here   Monday   on   his   way   to  Spokane,   was   stopped   at   Standpoint  by    Sheriff   Hemar   on  advices  from  Canadian immigration authorities ,7 thst  McKenzie had crossed into this country  __u6_ xalso pjctenses.    Tho action was  taken at the instance of .McKenzie's creditors who were led to believe that he  was. toy ing to get out of Canada to escape certain accounts.   McKenzie came  through hers in an auto Monday.- The  machine is^only partially paid for, it is  alleged.  Messers Bevan and Lo wen berg  prominent citizens of Oreston, were in  town yesterday, in cocnection with the  matter of bringing M" Kenzie back to  Canada.  Winnipeg Manitoba Free PreBS, Oct 11  1912, The soprano voice of Leeta Oprder  of the Sehuberfc Symphony Olub, won  adinireis the moment she began the  beautiful aria from Bigoletto. Call upon call followed the rendition and she  graciously responded with the Last Rose  of Summer.  T       W       TiVI- I m.m. mm. ...      _    ������������������������������_       . s."- ��������� X! SJ.1-  _. j  (  jjjjyjj jija������ja,i"i������ du.aw buij ib-v idiuui^l nxvu.  relatives inOanyon City.   She expects  to Bpend about^ month them.  ��������� V'--. *^^m*^^  Mr. and Mrs. W. T. H. Smith of  Erickson, were in town for a few days  last W69k.  mm^m***sm0     m  A. McL. Fletcher thinks our fruit  show the best ever and says he is glad  that his work brings him into the Ores-  ton Valley, the greatest little valley  in B. O. He leaves to-day for his home  in C.towsneat.  Oreston Lodge No. 3D Knights of  Pythias beg to announce that they will  hold., a Grand Ball in-Mercantile Hall  ���������Th-rsday, Ootober SO t Mdsic \tVili _e  furnished by the Cranbrook Orchestra  Dancing wiii couu���������e_ee at o - p.m.  Refreshments at 11:30. Good -Floor  Good Music.    Good Everything.  We have been asked to publish the  following notice: "All the members of  ths Womens Christian Temperance  Union are urged to be present at the  meeting which is being planned for  Nov. 13. Detailed announcements later  Our sympathy and prayers are asked for  the World's W. O. T. U. Convention  whiihis now being held in Brooklyn  New York. '  J. L. Gillard left to-day for a few  month's visit to his home in Cardiff,  Wales. Jack- says he will come 'back  again to Oreeton in the Sarins. He  earned away the __st wishes of a num-  of his friends who were on the platform  to say good-bye.  Mrs. Trotter returned Sunday from  a two week's visit with relatives on  the prairie, very much improved in  health.  ^1  tur Utiiiu' ua: 1, Brown Si Heath; 2, II.  lender took scoond honors.   Tho apple   Boffay.  8# *,It Lyn0i    arlm0B aoldon:  packing content wno won by Trnucott | 1( qr*fn��������� Ranch;  2, Brown & Heath.  F. StaploH seoond and T. Goodwin l*r������i | Homo Beauty;   1, Brown He Heath;  u.  Tbe heaviest winner in the vegelublo  Mootion was T. M. Edmondson, while  In the ladies' exhibit-* Bin*. 3.  Cu>ok������  Butter���������1,   Mrs.   Stocks;   2,   Mrs.   T,  M. Edmondson;   3, Mrs. J. G. Smith.  Potted Plants���������1, Mrs. Stocks;  2, T  M. Edmondson;   3.  J. Hobden.  Preserving  and   Home Cooking  D!_pluy' of Apples as a Food: 1,  Mrs. Fairhead; 2, Mrs. M. Young; 3,  K. A. Ponson. Display of Jams, Jelllbs  and Preserves: 1, Mrs. Fairhead; 2,  Mrs. M. Young; 3, Mrs. S. E. Britd-  loy. Best Jar of Pickles: 1, Mrs. J.  Charrlngton; 2, Mrs. S. E. Bradley; 3,  Miss Truscott.    Best Jar ot Ketchup:  1, Mrs. R. M. Rold; 2, Mrs. A, G.  Downs; 3, Mrs. J. a. Smith. Best  Two Loavca of Broad, whlto: 1, "Mrs.  Ponson; 2, Mrs. J. E. Hayden; 3, Miss  Truscott. Boat Two Loaves of Inroad,  brown: 1, Mrs. T. W. Gilpin; 2, Miss  TruBi'olt; 3, Mrs. Goorgo Cartwrlght.  Six Cookies, pluln: 1, Mrs. J. Hobden;  3, Mrs. T. W. Gilpin; 3. Mrs. Ponson,  Down Pin in Buns:   1, Mrs. Fairhead;  2, Mr:-,. Trf-.tlor;   5,  Mm. HlooV".    Bout  Lemon  Plo:   1,   Mrs.  Stocks;   2,  Mrs.  Holmes;   3,   Mrs,   Georgo   Cartwrlght.  Best 'Apple Plo:   1, Mrs. J. Cherrington;   2,  Mrs.   S.  H.   Bradley;   3,   Mrs.  Fairhead.   Best Plo of any other Variety:   1, Mrs. Stocks;  2, Mrs. J. Cherrington;  3, Mrs. Fairhead.    Best Two  Loaves of Broad from  Hoyal  Household   ji'lour:   j,   ivu'w.   Aiolmr;   2,   I������������������*���������������  Ponson;   3,   Mrs.   Stocks.     Host   Two  Loaves from Centennial Flour:  1, Mm.  J. Stocks;  2, Mrs. H. A. Ponson. Best  Two  Loaves  from  B.  &��������� K.  Flour:   1.  Mrs.   K   11.   Juolmon;    2,   Mm.    it.    t.  llOUluM'     .1,     i������llM,    J-UII'IUHUI.  B. A. McDonald of Cranbrook was  iri town Tuesday and Wednesday taking  interior photographs. He was accompanied by his wife and baby.  Born to Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Blair  of Erickson, ou Thursday Ootober 24th  a daughter.  FOR SALE  7 Lots 50x137 All planted in fruit trees  00 bearing Peaohes, Pears, Plums Applcs  suiall fruits House HOxttO Barns Chicken-  house etc Best xyiow iu Creston,  A. Troiter. Oreston. B C.  AH tho poultry .exhibits wore tho  subjects of favorable comment and  marked attention' ovon inoluding Bob  Ridd'H Barred Rook.  1���������a.ij jr Hum  To tho Editor Oroston Review:  Donr Sir:���������  Whilo iu Oreston pn Fair  day I was told that it is generally understood tbat I om tho ooriuspoudoul for  Canyon City.-'  1 r,m norry   tbat ouch io tho  cauc and  tako this means to correct tho error.  Thanking  yoa for, spice  ro  publish  above, I am  Yours truly,  M. A. Molnnis  Canyon City,  Oct. 2������j, lOlo.  m, ivicuartny; ������, J. fciiaeo omiin,  Hubbard Nonsuch: 1, W. P. Stark; 2,  n. Mldford: 8, F. Conway.   Snows:  1,  IM.  McCarthy;   2,  R.  J.   Long;] 8,  J.I  Hobden.    Talman   flyioati   X.   J������   __, >!_*���������  Brownoll.    Wyandotte,   hen  Poultry  Bost Leghorn,  cock or cockerel:  1,  or  WINNER OF THE  AERIAL DERBY  William 8. LuoUey. Hfliitod in tho Curtis biplane jiitd; boforo ho started on  the Aerial (ace around Manlmtton Island, in which five nviutors participated.  The ooutestauts in tho viioo loft Slates Island, Now York about two mlnutcu  apart. Luokoy was tho third man lo lulu- lho nir and thu ITi-hI to arrive after  tho sixty mile trip,around Mow York Oity. Ho made lho distance in flfty-thrco  minutes and six fceoouda, u r.pood of over a mllo a minute.  Tho race was hold undor tho auspioos of tho Now York Times and was a  psrt ofthe aviation mo/it held in commemoration of the first tlightby man, madont  Ultty Hawk, S.O. in UI03 by Wilbur Wright.  A stiff north wont broc/.o was blowing when iim iivo niuu miiiuci away m  thi* sky. Upon hla return Luckoy had to bo asHlHtod from his miichine ns ho was  numbed wllh thu uoUl ami air. iloimk-u Cm ������,1000 p������ w.o ftooi, thu TLuiuu, LucLu>,  reo-lyes a silver oup from tho aorouauUoal soolety.  Commencing on Sunday tho Mill  Inst, the- following changos will occur  in th_ timoH of arrival of O. P. R.  trains: tho Eastbound will arrive nt  11:115 ri.ni,, and tho Westbound will  arrive at 15:1ft a.m. or -;<18 pjn.  J. .T. Walker of Nelwon. will ho in llin  Murolmntile Oo.storo on Novemobor tho  :Uil and 4th to do all kinds of optical  ^1'iihi    ViVUW-    ***    t-tk-VI.  ~Tho C. O. S. ot Oranbrook is selling  Iron Bods with niattreas and spring for  $1.1.  ...umm.m.mmmmm  mmmimmmnmmmmms  *******  aaam  i__-__n_-__i-_______i____i ���WI*-
By Mary Roberts Rinehart
Sentiment and Clews
tiIn my criminal work anything that
wears skirts is a lady until iho law
proves her otherwise. From the frayed and slovenly petticoats of the woman who owns a poultry stand in the
market and who has grown wealthy
by selling chiikens at twelve ounces
to the pound or the silk sweep of Mamie Tracy, wh.-se diamonds have been
stolen down on the avenue, or the
staidly respectable black and middle
aged skirt of th�� client whose husband
has found ax affinity partial to laces
and fripperies an *" has run of? with her
���all the wearers are ladies and as
such announced by Hawes In fact, he
carries it to excess. He speaks of his
wash lady, with a husband who Is an
r._h merchant, and he announced one
day in some excitement that ths lady
who haa just gon��- out had appropriated all the loose change out*of the
pocket of his overcoat.
So when Hawes announced a lady
I took my feet off my desk, put dowru
the l-ief I had been reading and rose
perfunctorily. With my first glance
at my visitor, however, I threw away
my cigar and I have heard since, set
settled my tie. That this client was
different was b' me in on me _t once
by the way she entered the _oom. She
had poise in spite of embarrassment,
ftT^f-j her "2.0** Yv*Han sh*3- -^a's^-"* **-*-"** ���^���r--;*
w-as White, refined and young.
I did not send in my name, she said
when she saw me glancing down for
the card Hawes usually puts on my
table. It was advice I wanted, and I
���I did not think the name would matter.
She was more composed, I think,
when che found
considerably older j know what it :n
nr her looking fur-nite  to all  peoi
He would have papers to identify
His pockets were always full of envelopes and things like that.
tton't you think I ought to know his
name? I asked. It neod not be
known outside of the office, and this is
a sort of confessional anyhow, or
My name is Fleming. Margery
Fleming, she said after a second's hes--
iation, and my father, Allan Fleming,
is the man Oh, Mr. Knox, what ar<
we going to . ? He has been gone
for more than a week!
No wonder she had wished to conceal the identity of the missing man.
S- Allan Fleming was lost! A good
many highly respectable citizens would
hope that he might never be found.
Fleming, state treasurer, delightful
companion, polished gentleman and
successful politician of tht criminal
type. Outside ln the corridor the office boy was singing under his breath:
Oh., once there was a miller, who lived
ln a mill. It brought to my mind the
reform meeting a year before, where
tor a few hours we had blown the
feeble spark of protest against machine domination, to a flam3,,We had
sung a song to that very tune, and
with this white faced girl across from
me its words came back with revoltiug
Oh. once there was a capitol
That sat upon a hill!
As it's too big to steal away
It's probably there -till.
The ring's hand in the treasury
And Fleming with a sack.
They take it out in wagon loads
A  m-xsi      *n .-..-t-j-x-em     V-nlvin-     ft-      hnnl*1
rVUU     __^VC_       ��.-_-*!-��)     it.     |_'��\.-iv.
I am ni6r^than sorry. Z said. I was
too. Whatever he may h. ~e been he
was her father. After all, there may
be a dozen simple expl- natiens and
there are exigencies iu politics.
I hate politics! she broke in suddenly. When I read of women wanting
to vote and all that I wonder if they
T   1 .*    _    	
x ��jnu & nueer
turned on. ths light
than herself. I saw her looking fur-Jute to all people, peopie who have
lively at the graying places ever my j keen convicts and all that. Wiiy, our
ears- I am only thirty-five, as far t-s j last butler had been a priz? fighter!
that goes, but my family, although it;__e sat upright with her hands on the
ke_ps its hair, turns gray early���a bus- ] arms of the' chair. That is another
lness a&set, bat -a social handicap. j thing, too, Mr. Knox. The day after
Won't you sit down? I asked, push-! father ������ft-est awav Carte:- our "butler,
Ing out a chair so "tfcat she would face \ left. He was not' there that evening'
the light while I remained In shadow. I to serve dinner but���he came back
Every doctor and every lawyer knows ! iate that night and got into the house,
that trick. Only too often the rais-j using his key to the servants entrance,
ing of a wooaan's veil in my office re-' He slept there, the maids said, but lie
veals tbo i*avages of tears or rouge, ��� was gone befci s the servants were up.
or dissipation. My r-vw client turned j and we bave not seen him since,
fearlessly to thp window ar. unlined j Your father has not been ill, has he?
face, with a clear skin, healthily pale. 11 mean recently.
From where I sat h-r profile was beau-      i  cannot thiol: of anything except
I hardly know how to begin, she
said, but suppose���slowly ��� suppose
"that *��� man ��*r"wel! known man should
leave home without warning, not taking any clothes except those he wore
and sayii-g he wr.s coming home to
dinner, and he���he���
How long has he    een gone?
Ten days.
I should think It ought to be looked
Into, I said decisively and got up.
Somehow I couldn't sit quietly. A
lawyer who-Is worth anything is always a partisan, 1 .suppose, r.nd I never hear of a man deserting his wife
that I am not indijnant, the virtuous
scorn of the unmarrled_man perhaps.
But you will have to tell me more than
that. Did this gentle n have any-
bad I abitb���thnt is, did lie���er���
Not to excess. He played bridge
for money, but I beli -ve he was rathe."
Married, I. suppo&e? I asked casually. ���
He had been. His wife died when
I��� She stopped and bit lrer lip. Then
It was not her husband after all. Oddly enough, tho s'nn came out just at
that moment, spilling a pool of sunlight at her rcet.
Tt ls my father, she said simply, 1
was absurdly relieved.
She was
Sores Spread Until Face Was Covered. So Itchy Could Not Resist
Scratching. Cured Entirely in
About Two Weeks by Cuticura
and Ointment.
Claclian, Ontario.���"My troublo started
���with Horca bruaklni* out ou tlio faco. 'J'lioy
camo as pimple and wcrotinslRlitly. Theso
Noros socnicd to Keep spreading until my
facri rrn.-i covf-mV 'I'lwy wro, ro itr-liy Dint
at tlmirw I could not. resist Kcratchlng tlic-m.
After trylni? two or l.liroo different Halves
���which did not slop the pore* breaklnK out, I
tried a cako of Cuticura Snap also Cuticura
Ointment. I found that tlioy cured mo
entirely of tlio Ht>r_* In about two woolen."*
(3l_nc_) l-'rcd K. Moyer, I-'cb. l'J. 1012.
Hourla Went, P. E. Island.���"My little
girl, lu'i-'l four yi-iirx, w:is troulili-il wlilt a
painful rath on her I'-kh. It Im-kiui In a
dry rauli very hot and lliliy uud vXtvv a
fow days It looked llko llttlo pimples with
a whit-- top ��>o t'uni. Hi r l��'!jii burned and
lteluiil very nu-cli ami :.lit* v.--; very n-tli;!..i
uud wan also fen., iiiirl f-vU'ul. Him uml
to n'*ratdi and in.il..1- -cire-i v.hnn I wrci not
iratt'liluH her. I had to loavo her -"tot-klngi-i
oil lnir iii tli'y v.uiild lirltato lier lew,
1 u&utl to bathii her lnun wiili warm win or
nud Uio tli-i Outlc-iira Hoap freely, then dry
'������*- U'ttn and rub fin thu <'iiil��-ura oinuiient
���ml ulio was eunvl In ono week." (Hlgnetl)
Mn. P. .1. Mull-illy, Amr. t, l<i|->.
-iiHcur-a $fi,i,"i arid Cutli-iira Ointment ni'il i
Uiilil  by ilrii|'i:i itrt w.i'l Hi .Uiiu evi-iy wiirrn.
biMilv, i.enrl |nmt ri.nl In I'utl. r I )ruic & Oli-JO,
Oot_-.. Uopt. till), lioMl.011, V. ti. A.   ���
that he had a tooth pulled,
quick to resent my smile.
You  have not noticed  any  mental
symptoms���any lack of memory?
Her eyes filled.
He forgot my birthday two weeks
ago, she said. It was the first one
he had ever forgotten in nineteen
of them.
Nineteen! Nineteen from thirty-five
leaves sixteen.
What I meant was this, I explained.
People sometimes have sudden and unaccountable lapses of memory and at
those times they are apt to stray away
from1 home. Has your father been
worried lately?
He has not been himself at all. He
has been irritable even to me and terrible to the servants. Only to Carter���he was never ugly to Carter."
You have no brothers or sisters?
None. I came to you���there she
Please tell me how you happened to
<ome to me, I urged.
I didn't know where to go, she confessed, so I took the telephone directory, the classified part under Attorneys, and, after I shut my eyes, I put
my finger haphazard on the page. It
pointed to your name.
I am afraid I flushed at this, but
In a moment I laughed.
We will take lt as an omen, I said,
and I will do all that I can. But I
am not a detective, Miss Fleming. Do
you not think we ought to have one?
Not the police! She shuddered.
Suppose you tell rac what happened
the day your father left and how he
went away. Tell mo the* little
wrings too.
In the first place, sh-> began, wo live
on Monmouth avenue. Thero are just
the two of us and tho servants���a cook
two housemaids, a laundress, a butler
and *a chauffeur. My father spondtr*
much of his time at tho capital, and ln
the last two years since my old governess went back to Germany at thoso
times I usually go to mother's sisters
nt B<?llwood, Miss Letitla and Miss
Jane Maltland.
I nodded. I know the Maltland
ladies well. 1 had drawn up four
different wills for Miss Letitla In tho
last year.
My father wont away on the 10th
of May. Ho got up from breakfast,
p-cUod up his hat and walked out of
tho house. Ho was Irritated at. a letter ho hnd read.
Ilo took tho lottor with him. Ho
did not como home that night, and I
wont to tho ofllco tho next morning.
The stenographer said ho had not boen
there. Ho la not at. Plattsburg bo-
r-.wv.-c- Wiry hnvo br.on trying to rail
him from thorn on tho long dlstnnco
telephone every day.
ln siilto ot her candid faco I was
sum Hho was holding something buck.
Wliy don't you toll 1110 everything?
1 a Jilt ed.
Bho flushed. Thon bIio opened hor
pAclw-ihooU aud gavo mo a slip of
rough paper. On It lu can-leas figured wan tho number eleven twenty-
two.    Th.'1! *"���''''.' "II.
I wan iifrnid you would think It Hilly,"
filie uali.1.    It wan inu-h n inoatilngleHB
LIiIjij;.      Vou nee, the liocoiid night al't-
<:i' fnther left*. J wiih iiervo.in nnd could
] Hoi   i-lei'p.    I  i-xi'.rr.leti  him iuinio at
vuio   xx��x,x   *_   illti   -*#v*_<
feeling before I turn
that there was   some" one   standing
close to me.     But the room was empty and the hall too.
And the paper?
The paper had been pinned to a pillow on the bed. When t gaw the pin
I waa startled. I rang for-Annie, Che-
second housemaid, who is also a sort
*v?  rsftrKftTsa"!  mat.-*!  *���������? ��-.!r.s tt.     ���,������
half past 8 o'clock when Annie came
down. I took her Into father's room
and showed her tihe paper. She wag
sure it was not tbero when she folded hack the bedclothes for the night
at 9 o'clock. .*������"������
(To  b-   Continued)
Ships Are Longest Lived  Transports
Ornaments last lo*1-**���<������* +���!���._�� o������tv.iv,���
else that man makes. There are
brooches and necklaces in museums
more than forty centuries old. Monuments, perhaps, stand second, and
houses third.* Tha life of furniture
is shorter Btill. There is very little
furniture left which dates beyond the
year 1600. Pictures last longer thau
furniture, and there are paintings still
in fair condition which has weatherec1.
six centuries of life.
Of all machines made by man, probably none can compare for long life
with the clock. The life of the clock
is as much longer than that of any
other machinery as the life of a man
is to that of a dog.
The French city of Hou n has a
great clock which was built in the
year 1389, aud Is still keeping good
time. Except for cleaning and a few
necessary repairs, it hab never stopped during a period of move than five
centuries. It strikes the hours, and
chimes tho quarters.
There are still afloa.-", at least a dozen sallitig vessels which have weathered the storms of centuries. The record Is, or rather was, held by the
Italian vessel Anita. Built in Genoa
in 1548, she made her last voyage In
1902. 1 hat was from Teneviffe to Naples. Sho was thus more than 350
years old. Alas! she has been broken up���a cruel fate for such a wonderful old relic.
Steamships seldom last more than
forty years. Of those built between
1S15 and 1S35, there is not, we believe
a single one afloat. The life of the
modern steamship is m.rch shorter
than that of her woodenTpredecessor.
As for warships, they are usually
scrapped at the age of twenty, if not
Only last yei_- the saili-_j vessel
Seal left Bid*,fo u for Durban, .a distance of 8,000 miles. ' Th3 Seal was
built at Southampton in 1816, and in
1823 was driven -rem her moorings at
Poole, and was found in a turnip field.
One of the big engines of the London and Northwestern railway has just
completed a distance of 2,000,000
miles. An Englsh locomotive travels
on an average, only about 20,000 miles
a year, so this wonderful performance
is equal to rue hundred years' service
on an ordinary basis. a matter of
fact, tlie engine in question has been
worked five times as hard as the average, and bas accomplished th<?._��.sk
within a period of twenty years.
Quite ihow long a well built locomotive will last in running order, is
hardly known. Six years ago the famous 'Lord of Isles' was scrapped
at Swindon. Sh - was one of the famous Great Western b.-oad gauge engines, and was built in 1842. She was
in perfect running order up to the
end of her long life of more than sixty
REMEMBER! The ointment
you put on your child's skin gets
into the system just as surely as
food the child eats. jJon't let
impure fats and mineral coloring
matter (such as many of the
cheap ointments contain) get
into your chiid's blood i r '5am-
Buk is purely herbal. No poisonous coloring. Use it always.
SOe. Box at AU Druggists end Stores.
Hunger Hooliganism In Russia
One of the results of the oppressive
laws and backward conditions in Russia cenerally today is the appearance
during the past year or two,-.of hunger hooliganism. Assaults, depredations on property, robberies and similar crimes aro of daily occurrence,
and the police ftr�� apparently indifferent. The situation "has become so
serious that MttklakoWj niibister of the
interior, recently called a conference
of governors and other high govern-^
taint officials to consider measures
against the evil. *t waa decided to
give the governors special powers to
deal with the hooligans summarily
without trial. This measure proved
to the liking of the provincial autocrats
and they applied it so vigorously that
the minister was compelled to advise
them to use their power with more discrimination. But Russian hooliganism has it causes far deeper than
such  measures  go.      Tc is no  doubt
lYiOITllxr    /Nio    ���*-.-    +l-/\    -It***-    *��att,i
l cj*    v**.    kiio
people and to alcoholism, which is
one of the largest sources of income
to the goA*"er:vr-tent. Last year there
was realized from the sale of alcoholic drinks���which is a government monopoly in Russia���more than 800,000,-
000 roubles ($400,000,000). Minister
Maklakov, with an amazing frankness
finds that the severe climate of Russia makes alcohol a vital necessity
to tlie masses���nt. a very statesmanlike point of view, as westerners
would consider it.���The Progress of
the World, in the American Review
of Reviews for September.
Pegging Aaway ���'
Men    seldom    mount    at  a    single*
To the ladder's very top;
They must slowly climb it, remd by
round, ;-'        "" ,     '      -    '    t
With many, a start and stop.
And the winner is suro to be the man
Who labors day by'day/'
For   the   world - has   found* that Uhe
satest  plan
Is to keep on pegging away.
You have read, of course, about the
And the tortoise���the tale is old���
How tbey ran a race���it counts not
.    where���*
And, the tortoise won, we'r, told.
The hare was sure * he had timo to*
���  pauDo.
And to browse about and play,
So the tortoise won the raco because
He  Just kept pegging away.  .
A little   toll and a little   rest,
Aud a little more is earned than
-*��� spent, ��� ��� ��� ��� -  1' ���
Is euro to bring to ���n���honest breast
A blessing of glad content. *
And so, though skies may, frown and
-mile, ���' ;- ���.'��������� '^"ti'-ti: ���.  ...-,
Be diligent day by day;
Reward shall greet you afte? ti whiie
If you just keep pegging away.
~NIxon Waterman.
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stipnort of testimonials they *cou!d be
got by the thousands from mothers
who know the great virtue of this excellent medicine. But tha powders
will apeak for themselves and in such
a way that there can be no question
of them. They act speedily and thoroughly, and the child to whom they
are administered will show improvement from the first dose.
would be
uenentea oy~ the occasional use of f ���   .
t.a-irm~c;o .laxatives
Gently, thoroughly^ and
without discomfort, they free
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lowers the vitality. 25c a
box, at your Druggist's;- * -
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A nourishing, tasty,
economical  meal.
-A time end money
saver. ...       ���   *
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When Commissioner Allen had
charge of the patent office in Washington he was punctilious about the
respect due him in his position, and
demanded full tribute from everybody.
One day he was sitting at his deslt
when two men came in without knocking, or announcement and without removing their hats.
Allen looked up and impaled the
Intruders with his glittering eye.
Gentlemen, he said severely, who are
visitors to this office to see me are
always announced and always remove
their hats.
Huh, replied one 01 the men, we
ain't visitors, and we don't give a hoot
about seeing you. We came in to fix
the steam pipes.
An   Idsr.l   Inspires Desire
It war some time ag>> that the highest and truest of ideals c; the human
race  were  started.
This is perhaps connected with the
fact that much of our best safeguarding comes from nature. For instance
frequently a woman, even of full natural Instincts, has no special desire
for progeny. Then a -r-trong love
comes, and to what was only a vague
general idea before, that she naturally would have children, is added a
real longing, an intense imagining of
how pleasant a little creature would
be, and of what a sole a and joyful
possession it would be together. Desires grow when the idea! surroundings are prepared. Nature ^.kes care
o us. She is often careless, but
judge by her best, and wonderful is
she in harmony and depth.
It was a warm, radiant summer
morning; the birds were singing
sweetly, the flowers and dewy grass
shimmered in the sparkling sunlight,
aud there, in the park, Robert Peeler���a very junior officer���was doing
his utmost to make a. favcrable impression on the pretty nursemaid,
whilst the latter's small charge busily
chased elusive butterflies. 4
Ah, sighed the dashing Robert; I
wish you were my governess!
So do I, replied the girl.
Hope sprar - into Robert's heart.
And what would you do with me? he
Stop you smoking cigarettes, and
get your hair cut, to say nothing of
punishing you for talking nonsense
during school hours. ~
V.lnard'a Liniment Relieves: Neuralgia
Postponed Bliss
They had just been married, that
was plain to be seen. They ^---rchecL
up the railway platform as if it.were
a church aisle. They hau already
peeped in half a dozen carriages of
the train, but they were all full up.
The guard blew his whistle, and the
young man made a dash for the
nearest compartment.
Do you think we could squeeze -'.
here, darlijgi he cried.
She blushed, and bashfully pulled
him back. Oh, Harold, she whispered, don't you think we had better
wait until we get home?
GSE'AT:OFFcl' ���ov''_:'��j**��PQN.5i'BLE' P'HM.*
To any person who can supply  llic corrt-ei iiamevof iIk-si- lwt��
well-known Canadian-Towns, unit fulfils i-.-iHlii!ons'|r��l.iW,
we offer our .$15 La,lyS SOLID GOLD WATCH,
EnijlisH.Garernmei*. stamped, fully jeivellcdYas a  F.REE '
GIFT.   (Silver Watcheswre presented ti Gnus.)   ���-._.'
Send your attempt on n-.sheet?.of paper,
together" 'with stamped addressed Vehvelopo
for reply to FELLOWS & CO.. IO. Grosvenor
Buildings, >. Stcelhouse Lane, v Btrmu��_ham.
England. The winner is required to purchewo
a Chain from vis to wear, with v/at_cn._The
nam- o. thispspcr must b��s*3esri!e3Wi> rs��se�� -
winners of last cotnpc*itioa%erc I 7"?
Mrs. A. Gay, Arohc  it,7Nova?ScoUa1;jc_ri.
��� M rs. r. ��� A. ���.'.  Fow.ow,   Tr In! ty   East, ; N fid.
Apparently With  Advancing  Ago
An Obs-rving Parrot
What a fine parrot you have!
Harold, to the young woman on
whom he was callng. How is he on
Great, said tbe hostess. He can
imitate   almost  anything.
Over at Smitl 's continued Harold,
they have a bird that .can imitate a
kiss to perfection. Ct-.n your bird
do that.?
No, indeed, answered Mabel indignantly. Parrot, can only imitate,
and It is not likely that our bird
would repeat a sound that it is not
accustomed to hear.
Then Polly speke.
Don't Will: do-'t dear, it said. Walt
until I take thlt, wretched bird out
of the roc'i.
A  Difference
Fo eman���What's your nacr-e?
'-r.borer���-Simpson,   sir
Fo-rsman���Well, Simpson, bring
along those plates and that crane
over here.
Laborer���Excuse me, sir. . said my
nam,,  was  Simpson, not Samson.
Attendant���Beaut;'ul sight, mum!
Old Lady���I ain't thinking about the
eight. It reminds mo that I've left the
kitchen tap running
one -uSi *,e.vy.
The young rector of an
Church, n Alabama, an Englishman, by
the way, was askt?�� recently fo officiate at the wedding of a regro coup?:
on a near-by plantation. He consented, but thought he would beforehand
learn something of tho contracting;
parties, so he sail to the .rospective
Have you ever bean married before!
Yes sir, said the negro.
Tine alacrity of the response put a
crimp in the -ector, so to speak, am?
he asked with some uneasiness:
Your wife is dead, is sho'not?
Naw. suh,'.'wa? the unexpected reply, she's in Norf Ca'lina.
Why did she leave you? then asked
the rector.
1 can't ezzactly tell you, sah. said
tht. negro. Yuh see, I WU_ erway
fiom home at de time, an' I ara't been
bark dere since. ."-.',
JVarts will render the prettiest
hands unsightly. Clear the excrescences away by using Holloway's Corn
Cure, which acts thoroughly and painlessly.
Pure Apple   Jelly
added to Pure Jam
makes   a   delicious   conserve
Ask   for   Upton's
in the Same Channels
Isn't it astonishing to note tho coincidence of great minds���when tho
noon whistle blows?
W. N. U   0CJ
rlfii *|ii-viintiil**M. Alifiuf .'I o'clock 1
wan iiiu'o 1 hciird iioino ono lu tlio
I'ouiii below nie. I felt, relieved, for
1 'lioni'lit he had f'uno hue.';. Hut I
liltil mil. lii-iii' (liu ilinn- Into liin hoil-
liooiii cloi.i. mid Dii'illy I ultpped along
"At the ago of 50 years I collapsed
from excessive coffee drinking," writes
a Western man. Tea is Just as injurious, because it contains caL'olne, tho
same drug found in coffee. "For four
years I shambled about with tho aid
of crutches or cane, most of tho tlmo
unable to dross myself without help.
"My feet woro greatly swollen, my
right arm was shrunken and twisted
Inward, tho fingers of my right hand
wero clenched and could not bo extended oxcept with groat effort ahd
pain. Nothing scorned to givo mo
moro than temporary relief.
"Now, during all this tlmo and for
about 80 years provlously, I drank
dally nn average of G cups of strong
coffco���rarely mlaulng u meal.
"My wlfo at last took my caso into
her wn hands and bought soi 10 Postum. Sho mado it according to directions and I likod lt fully uh woll as
tho boat high-grade coffee.
"Improvement sot in at onco. In
about 6 months I began to work a
llttlo, and In loss tlinn a yenr I was
very much bettor, improving rapidly
from dny to dny. I nm now : i l:u- bettor health than most mon of my years
and apparently growing stronger with
advancing age.
"I am busy ovory day at somo kind
of work and am ublo to lecop up with
tho procession without a eano. Tho
arm and hand that wero onco almost
useless, now koop far ahoa . in rapidity of movement und beauty of pen*
Name c'.vr i by C'ltnadii.n roctum
Co, Wlnduoi', Ont. Wrlto for copy
of the llttlo look, "Tho Hoad tj Well-
l'outuiii comes In two forms:
Regular Postum���nniiit be well boU-.j
instant Postum In a iioluhlc nnwdrr.
\ UMitipoonful rtlnnoivpii i-uieidy in a
cup of hot wator and with tho addition
of croam nnd sugar, inn lieu a delicious
boverago InnUiiUy.
There's a rcaiion" for l-ontun*-'
Jlet and National Ky
Among modern rations tho greatest caters aro the British, Germans,
French, and Amerlcanis- -tho ruling
people of our civilization. ��� Tho liet
of the Spaniards and the Italians is
notably loso substantial than that of
tho British unci Germans, just as thoir
brains arc. less active and original,
says the 'Family Doctor.' Tho Americans aro on tho nvorago tho greatest eaters ln tho world said Carlylo to
Emerson. Tho post..thing I know of
that country is that in it '. man can
have mout for his labor.
Her Age
The maiden lady of uncertain age
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Kt*^\j%*,Sm.l*^        **iw*jr ---V* 4 ���_)*--��������_ "s  *��*w*m.       *0mm*m       ��*W��_>'
sus taker asked >her age.
Did you see ..be girls next door,
Sh? asked, the Hill twins?
Certainly,  replied the census man.
And did they tell you their age?
Well, sho snapped as Blu shut the
door in hl3 face. I am just as old
as they are!
Oh, very well, sal'l the census man
to hlmbclf, and ho wrote dow:. in tha
book: Jano JoJinson���as old as tho
Mlnrrd'a  Liniment Cures Burns, Eto.
Papa how often havo I told you not
to nay I seen you.
Now you look a-horc Magglo Interrupted Uio old man laying dpwn his
knife and fork maybe you will make
your livln' by good grammar and higher oducatlon, but y.ur ma and mo,
wo ro Jost obliged to take In suminor
i carders, an' thoy demand th' dialect
If ti fy pay ��"i" rat en. So what I iriiy
goes, boo, whether she's grnmmatlo or
Toss���Oh, no! Tom, dear ycu must
not ask papa tonight. I-Io lost a whole
lot of monoy in stocks today. Tom���
.Tust taio right llmo, thon. Ho won't
have norvo enough to 1< cturo mo about
tho caro of monoy.
-Mistress���Mary, how i.i it that I
soo you havo boon treating your
friends to my cako and fruit. Mary���
I can't toll, ma'am, for tho lolf* of mo,
for I thought I covered tiho keyhole.
Ho--(facetiously)���It Id too hot to
Sho���Not to propose an lco-oroam
or an automobile rldo.
Longest Telephone Cable
A 35-mile cable for telephonic connections between Vaneouv     and Vancouver jaland has been racelved frorj
England.     It cost more thar. $100,000,
weighs 660,000* s;ounds,   and   the  itV
pense in layi_g was    $20,000.     Considerable Custom* duty was i   ved by
the Canadian Government...n*   ������eli&Vg-
Ing duty on that part of' tho  cable
laid below low-wa"er mark."   It is sate] J
to be the longest telephone cable Inl-f
the world, and is laid at a depth heretofore not attempted, much    of    ths.,
lino going two hundred fathoms deoi)
In tho Gulf of Georgia, at ono place,!
being  1,356* feet  deep." 'A -cable   Will'
be stretched ncros      Saanic.    inlet,
which will bring Victoria hit*-*  much
bcttci   connection with Vancouver by
means of tho cablo just laid.���Consu-.J
lar Roporjrs.
Several ladles sat after a card pnrty
a fow .mornings ago discussing the
virtues of their husbands. Mr. Singleton, eald ono of them, referring teller llfo .partner?'novor drinks nndOi
nover swears���lndoed ho has no bad
Does ho over s.molco? someone asked.     Yos; ho likes a o!���ar just aftot \
ho has eaten a good meal.      But 1
suppose, on an average   ho   ddesn'l
Bmolt'o moro than onco .�� monlh.
Changed Hla Idea
I thought you didn't llko.your Job!
1 thought so, too, until I camo pretty near losing It tho othor day.
Edith���I am always afraid Jack will
Idas mo. If ho docs w. atover shall
I do?
Marie���Pay him baolc In lilo own
coin, goosey.
Muthor -Don't 4t"sT< so man: quoH-
tionp.   child.      url ��"ily kllUd tho cut.
Willie What did tho cat  want to
know, ma?
rf-1-      Tlir    l-lnr*    of   til"   ffi-'hT*   T   \"i<\
more money th .n brains 1 Quit. rl��
Jack���That'!  no?
dus���Of course. Why, I huven't
got. a cont.
lack-- Well V
mmmmmmmmtm r ��� irnj
That Wonderful Event
IP THERE Is a time abota all times when ���**.
woman should bo In perfect physical-condition
It Is  tli* time previous to th* coinlnd of tier babe.
Durlnn this i-rlod many women suffer from headache,
flieoplauneM. pain* ol various, description, poor appetite,
and a ho��t of oilier ailments which should be eliminated In
justice to (he now Hie about to be ushered Into this world.
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Is a scientjltc medicine csrciuii/ carnixiuiuicu vy ��u ��H|j��iivuk��a ��uu ski
 > the needs and requirements of woman's.deH
ntmended for over forty v<
peculiar aliments which make their appeerance
L���..,._ X *.......I...X  ,.  ....... ...I.. *... II.  ....        >,'l
physician, and adapted to I ,-��� ��� .-,_..- _ ... 	
H has been recommended for over forty years at a remedy for those
ance durlnfl   (he expectant
Thousands ot women have
Ecrlod.   Motherhood Is made easier by Its use.
een benefited by this tfreat medicine.
Vour drutfglstcan supply you Inl'o'-y 0T ������J"1 ti *'*rnV ���'J'ou ��*!��� ���fnd
r.fl ��r rvs-.e six-ft-r.* ier a trltf har r./Di-. Piers* _ Faverfte Preeentwe-w
Tablets,, to Ur. fierce, at invalids' itoUi ana jiuisicei mstiiuu, ouiisio.
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17 Is your prlvlledge to write to Dr. Pierce for edvtco. and it will baatadtu
given fret of chary*.   Of court* all communications ara ContldtnUal.
i ��������� 7  THJ_ il__VJL__VV, ������JKJ_STON, _*. ���������&,  JU/  ���������; ���������.���������.'^���������.Vr^^  ..-',.���������   ������������������-^���������. :���������������������������. f\xv.t^,m^>r-fi'^f:'y:*AuV^������m.  ?- \ ������y,+\y:p '*���������$ A^^:j?^A^8S3|  /jf**    v;->r5\^s^������^^^^3s|  * "--.I,-   .. **,...Y'V>7i \\'ti^-:\l!.>\^i^7^lfi\f^m  /  lNo Turpentine  fas_Mpia���������M^������������������������aMB__vM|  . Easier to Use I  Better for  the Shoes  x jjc aaiuts  fens -in 'VVr3tftr!T������s!���������i*,_  ��������� Docs the neatest, quickest, and most uniform writing.  S.'-"''"pen will last for years of series.   The sold  ��������� Ideals are smooth and of any character your hand requires. The  B Spoon Feed gives an even and accurate flow of ink and prevents  ���������������. v  hooding.  The Clip-Cap prevents loss.    Every Pen guaranteed*  READING ALOUD  IS A LO&T ART  Few  Persons Make any  Pretense e?  '   Being Accomplished That Way  ,,AU of us liars striven to ho many  kinds of good citizen that wo never  succeed ln being and no doubt every  man in town likely as not has tried  his hand at verse making, or taking  lessons on tha mandolin, or furtively  attempted an oration with pebbles in  his mouth.  This, or course, Is as it -should, be,  since it is the method of discovering  true talent as well as the lack of it.  But, for all our industry, not a few  of us have missed things wo might  have done well. How many of the  d-vaghtors of men who. faithfully practice singing with throats never meant  for song, coutd become an everlast-**  i"ef 3oTr tc the!? friends i? ���������****��������� would  apply themselves - with half the zeal������j  to the art of reading aloud?  ' A lamentable constraint seizes up  on many otherwise' gracious persona'  when they undertake to do this simple thing. The Fifth" Reader was tho  last fair practice they. had. . We may  have a hopeless time emulating the  charm and wit the acquaintances of  Stevenson, for/ example, a-Imired In  his conversation, but we can reflect  a little of them, on occasion. In reading sympathetically from his books.  A sickroom evening at home, even  lovers' meetings, may be enriched by  wise exercise of the accomplishment.  ���������From Collier's Weekly.  YrSATiNrGLOrSSSs-  ���������-.-������������������...v.;-; ���������:���������;-',.;���������������������������-���������!?*'-.TORY^Y���������' J ������??''.,  ���������'Y'H&R&kfS/BUuW  ____*HIHrl*i  ���������^titi^Ak&ijS&iti-iti'.^  THE WORLD'S BEST POLISH  Your True  Friend���������-The  Dog  Do not turn a homeless dog aside  when he appeals to ycu for food and  shelter, but take him in. This is a  fluty you owe your God toward His  helpless dumb creatures, which were  placed on earth in our care. They  are ours to use but not to abuse or  permit others to do so.  1 Never be ashamed to speak in defence of those.who cannot speak for  themselves. It Is only the cowardly  ind. weak that stand by'and see cruelty committed and make ho effort to  &top it.  Treat your dog kindly, for a cross  word from, your lips mts deep. A  kind; word or act makes him supremely happy and-, contented. Peed him  well; give him plenty of .fresh clean  water to Irlnk; make him comfortable and warm; and for this kindness,  he will ever be grateful. He wiH-  love you, appreciate his home and.  guard it for you. Can you find a human friend as faithful as your dog?���������-  By Mary D. Hedden, in Dumb Animals.  CHEAPER  THAN   GASOLINE  British Discovery Will Cut'the Price  for Motor -pirit One-Third  The joint committee appointed by  the Royal Automobile Club, the Automobile Association, and the Society of  Motor Manufacturer:: to fird an efficient substitute for gasoline, has discovered a process which, it is said, will  produce 40,000 gallons of motor spirit annually without in any way depleting the country's nineral resources. It involves the utilization of  by-product of coal hitherto unsuitable  for motor fuel.  Experts have made a full investigation with excellent results and a full-  sized commercial plant is being built  and the spirit can be sold for not more  than 25c. a gallon, probably for less.  The secretary of the committee shows  that the ai ual consumption of motor  spirit in Great Britain is about 100,-  000,000 gallons and that the present  price of gasoline Is 42 cents a gallon.  Valuable Knowledge  The Muddletown ambulance class  W3re being examined.  When a certain brainy yolcel was  asked, to describe the circulation of  the blood he promptly replied: Well,  the blood is pumped from the heart  through the blood vessels of the leg  and right to the bottom of the foot.  Yes, said the. examiner, you are  right as far as you go, but how does  it.retiwn?  The yokel hesitated a minute.  Then he replied: Up the other leg.  VALUE OF THE    BANANA  Iri-  Yjt. Joseph, TLevis,  July  14,  1903.  .Minard's-' Liniment- Cor,.Limited.  Gentlemen,���������I -was badly kicked by  my horse last May and after using stv-  era.1 preparations on my leg nothing  would-do.:-v- My leg was black.as jet.  I was laid up iri bed for a fortnight  and could not "walk, ^Af+er using three  bottles cf your MJNARD'S LINIMENT  It Can be Overdone  Some men aro so careful about conserving their energies that tbey never  do anything else.  start on the roa-  JOS- DUBES,  Commercial. Traveler.;  VARICOSE VEINS  AND ITCHING PILES  Usually 7Arlse From Same Cause���������Relief and Cure Effected by Dr.. Chase's.  Ointment.  Nearly everybody knows of Dr.  Chase's Ointment as the most effective  treatment for piles or hemorrhoids  that medical science has been able to  compound. So much suffering and  misery arises from this ailment that  one is not long in tailing his friends  when he has found an actual cure.  This accounts fOr the enormous sales  of Dr. Chase's Ointment.  This letter tells of relief from the  suffering o varicose veins by the use  of Dr. Chase's Ointment.     Many suf-  jfer from this trouble not knowing the  J comfort-to be obtained by th^ use of  this gre^Y soothing ointment.  Mrs. R. J. Evans, 187 Munro ^street,  Toronto, writes: "We have used Dr.  Chase's Ointment for year. I have  been troubled with varicose veins, and  find it the only thing tk-t gives re-;  lief. For every purpose when a,  soothing, healing ointment is needed  there is nothing so good as Dr. Chase's  Ointment.'* CO cents a box, all dealers, or* Edmanscn, Bates &7Co., Lim-r  it e<l* Toronto.   .       ?-.?--.  Its Increased Uso as a Food May  fluence Diplomacy  figures show that th_ world is just  awakening to the value of the banana as food. If the present development continues, the acreage devoted to banana-growing must rapidly  increase. This baa be easily done,  fpr the areas suitable have as yet  only been touched. Improved refrigeration and'quick steam service will  continue to widen the area in which  the product can be marketed, and besides its present? use as a fruit, it  will be used as it now is iv the tropics where it Is boiled green afl a vegetable, and manufactured into a confection known as banana figs. The  development of the banana flour In-  dustr.- also jiroiases to opes ������. market for the product of areas too distant to profit by the demand for, fresh  fruit, jus*; as* the perfection of the  manufacture? of copra," the dried meat:  of the cocoanut has opened up a new  industry reaching to the farthest- islands of the Pacific. ,  The increased production of the  banana in its natural state, and the  diversification of. its uses .promise to  introduce a new and hitherto neglected, factor in our good supply. If present development continues, it will  raise the Caribbean region from Its  dependence on foreign markets for  food to one of the regions from which  an Important part of the world's food  supply will bs drawn. The wheat  fields of the Dakotas and ICanitoba  will meet as one of their competitors  in feeding the world, the banana  plantations of tha American Mediterranean? An immediate consequence  of the development of the direct trade  with Europe, now just beginning is to  threaten the supremacy of the "United States in some of the Central  American markets. People buy their  goods, other things being equal, in  the countries where their own products find their best sale. If improved.' transportation facilities for the banana trade develop "between the Caribbean arid European ports, it is but  natural that European inanufactured  goods will be carried on the return  voyage. One of the most important  arid from our past experience, let us  remember, one of the most delicate  problems with, which our men of atate  have to deal, is the diplomacy of the  Caribbean.  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Yoittnatno������������iculoddresaot������,apo3tc������rd,brijiB������ it by-xetum mail.  Remington Arms-Union Metallic Gar tri-ge^C^ Ont  4  ario  IL-  FREE  Daily Market Letter and Satrapls Grain Bags,  Send us your name and address and we will  put you on our.mailing list-���������It's free.   Let' us  keep you pasted on -market -prices for grain.  Personal attention given to selling and grading of all  cars. "-Our *C&r Tracing and  Claim Departments  v?ork ir*  our  clients' Interests.  We have every facility for prompt service and  we get best results for shippers.  Send to-dray for a supply of sample bags and deal with a  firm whose business has been built up by satisfied customers.  _***_*_T-___ A _      rAAIlI     ^-fe-fff-A-TV      *ff TUITT-IM-  ������������NIKAl GRAIN iOffirANY, mi?uij__p  COMMISSION MERCHANTS  GRASS EXCHANGE     -    WINNIPEG, MAH,  Paid-up Capital, $150,000  References,    any    Bank    or  Commercial Agency.  IV-  ll  ir  SHIP YOUR  GRAIN  TO  PETER   JANSEN   COMPANY  Grain Commission Merchants  Make Bills Lading read: Port Arthur or Fort "William.  Co., "Wlnnipeer.  Liberal Advances Prompt Returns  Winnipeg,  Manitoba  Notify- Peter Jansen  Best Grades  ?Brown;Jsi_"- very, good- fellow, -but  alas! he has .one bad habit. it is?  that of reaching home in the small  .hours of-the morning. But one day.  last week Mrs. J3rown hi*; upon a  plan. If she could riot persuade him  out of the habit, perhaps 3he could  frighten him out c:! It., Consequently, when he reached home that night  A Good Roads Enthusiast  There's a real 'good roads" enthusiast irir'_.auderdale..Go_hty? Mississippi.  His name is jfoe Clark, and when the.  'Meridian Evening Star* interviewed  him? a year after the roads had been  improved, he said:  "I live four miles from "the city and  two miles from tlu school. This h. :  been the worst winter I have ever  seen, but trier.*���������  hasn'. been a single  A Speaking Clock  ? A speaking clock    has    just   been  shown in Berlin, says The Hamburger   Nachrichten.   At    every    quarter  there comes froni th������ infeide a .voice  which calls out the time clearly and  distinctly:  Three o'clock;  A < quarter-  p:.st three;   Half-past three;   and  so  on.      Possessed of such a clock; we  could possibly peacefully   bury   ourselves in- our work without any fear  of missing an important engagement.  We could surrender ourselves yto the  joys   of   sport  or  talk,  when   every  quarter of an hour we are reminded  by the warning voice.     In thi morning we need not worry over au,alarri"t;  the voles of the clock, which we can  make quick ov, slow at pleasure, will  do the waking.     If we don't want to  hear the voice of conscience,Ywe need  only switch off the machinery.   The  invention is due to th   idea of a Berlin man, named Seien, whose idea was  carried,into practice, after long Wrestling with difincuilies by.;a man named  Max Markus. - It may prove .useful ;to  astronomers, and with a slight change  in its working it could be made to call  out the -.;-.inef;.of the stations In our  railway carriages. ? To exploit ?thls 7 Invention a comparir  li. being formed  in Berlin with a capital of $700,000.  The World Famous Reputation of the  is fully maintained !n the sriasnlflcent new (1913) ono class cabin (II) twin screw  steamers 'Andanla' and 'Alaunia '  , ,.-'  Magnificent appointments, Lounge, Gymnasium, Drawing room, Smoking room,  Open and Covered  Promenades, Spacious Staterooms, Orchestra.  SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SAILING DECEMBER 9th from Portlend to Liverpool.  New (1913)  S.S.  "Alaunia," carrying one class cabin and third class only.  Early application for reservations Is recommended.  ��������� ������������������������_  Cunard Steamship Co**  304 Main Street, Winnipeg  jt_i  SHIP YOUR   _  CANADA ATLANTIC GRAIN COMPANY, Ltd.  GRAIN   COMMISSION  MERCHANTS,   GRAIN   EXCHANGE,   WINNIPEG,  MANITOBA  Your consignments to us will receive    Immediate,  . efficient,    and    honest  attention.  BEST   GRADES,   BEST   PRICES,   QUICK   SETTLEMENT   GUARANTEED  imhuvv   tuuri. innnn-B i .     i\<i>,r   .-SS. uS  Write for our Market Letter and Shipping Instructions  GIRL SUFFERED  TERRIBLY  mm*m mm i-r--_i--.il ���������   ���������-"���������   At Regular Intervals���������Says  Lydia E������ Pinkham's Vegetable Compound completely cured her.  Adrian, Texas.���������"I tako pleasure in  adding* my testimonial to tho great list  and hope that it will  bo of interest to suffering women. For  four years I suffered  untold agonies at  rogular hitorvals.  Such pains and  cramps, Bovorp chills  andsiclcnessat stomach, then Anally hemorrhages until I  would ho nearly  blind. I had .iivo  doctors and nono of them could do moro  than relievo mo for a time.  "I saw your advertisement In n pa-  ���������por and docldod to try Tiydla E. Pinkham's-Vogotablo Compound. I took  noven boxes of it and usod two bottles  of tho Sunatlvo Wnali, and i am complotoly cured of my troublo. Whon I  bugau lulling tlio Coiu'jcjuuJ I only  weighed ninety-six poumlH and now 1  volgh ono hundred and twonty-six  pounds. If anyone wlshos to address  mo In person I will choorfully answer  all loiters, as I cannot speak top highly  of the I'lnUlmm temodloo."���������Miss JE3-  h?-^^,,c������^r���������������nte.���������,.^ ^,*ali w^ite-jday that" my"citlldien haven't walked  to school, and not a single day have  they come homo with wet feet, and .ro  think, they walked down the middle ���������..'  the road. Not one of them has been  sick with a cold, oven while heretofore  my doctor bills have been more than  my road tax. Talk to me about paying taxes to build roads i i am willing  to pay taxes on my pack of fox hounds,  my bird dogs, my ���������. ickens, my home,  and, if necessary, my wifo and children, if they will use it in extending  roads like this all ovo* the county. I  would rather havo my houso and ton  acres of land on this road like it is  now than have my whole farm on tho  old road like It waa before iraprove-  lacnt.  shrouded  figure,  which glided up to  him.  Wh���������wh���������what's that? gapped poor  Brown.  ^1 am  the family ghost!   replied a  voice.  Brown "i saved a sigh of relief.  Groat Scott! he gasped. How you  frightened me. I thought It was the  missus.  Dolly (who has just viewed art exhibition)���������I could look at nothing but  Dr.uber's picture.  Cholly���������r:i tell' Dauber. He will be  please.l.  Dolly���������-Yes; there' was such a  crowd in f:    t of all tho others.  ������w������ ���������-fi -0Mm*m*an*  m.   Business Tip  Ragman���������Any old bottles today,  mum ?  Woman���������No. but you might try Mr.  fJoakom'o next door; his wife's coming  back from tho seashore tomorrow.  Fitted for the Job  She ought to make a splendid wife  of an American ambassador abroad. .  Is she distinguished?  Dear me, no; but she can do her  own housework and darn socks beautifully.  Fixing It Up  My wife _ cut of town,  So Is mine.  I know two other good fellows.  ijj cat.  house.  nlrvKl       o+      0111V  Ton cent limit.  Some people who bother the average' editor should be tied to a column and chastised with a stick of  cold type.  Exciting Finish Marks North Carolina  State Bhoot ?  J. B. Pennington, of Tarboro, and Ii.  B. Plerco, of Wilmington, tied for *tho  North Carolina state trapshobtlng  championship at 01 out of a possible  100. In tho Bhoot-off Mr. Pennington  who shot Nitro Club speed shells and  a Remington pump gun, th arm also  used by his competitor, captured tho  title with 18 turgels out of 20. Geo,  W. Collins, of Duo Woat, S.O.. broko  374. out of 400. with a Remington.  pump gun and won high amntour av-  orngo for tho entire two days of tho  moot.   Long run- worq roglstorod by  C, lil. Goodrich and Homo Clark, each  uaiug a Koinluglon lor H-jomi of III*  straight and 142 straight respectively.  61- Marsh, Adrian, Texas.  A Mistake Somewhere  What's  this   Jar  of  croum  cheer;o  doing on my doBk?  I thought that Jar belonged on your  diink.      Gi-_  whUz!      1    must   have  Hundreds of such letters expressing . fg���������*J t,tflI,0ftmlw!ch0B ,,lBt n,tflt w!th  gratitude for tho good Lydia K. Pink- " uwa\y im0t^ .  Hum's V ego table Compound ims iiccom* ! ������aj_.. ci ���������   _....-  pllshod aro constantly being received, J Why F,*,: Yawn  proving the reliability of this grand old  romody.  If yon waul spoolnl advUm write to  Ty.-lfn V. 1Mr.l*!ii?r.i MAfll.-fn** fn. tV-mf*..  dcnlliil) Lynn, Mass.   Vour letter will  womnn aud held in strict conUdonoo*  A Paying Camerr-i  A camera Is delightful summer  companion .ind when the photographer  has passod tho renlly amateur stage,  she may consider tho .ios iblllty of  i'*\klng soino monoy by her pictures,  or at least making her camera pay o3-?  ponacs. Soiling plcturos ns Illustrations to periodicals, la one money-  making method. NewBpapors, trade  journals, farm journals, outing magar  kIiiob, genoval. magiudhoB, aro all in  tho market for pictures, and thoir specific needs shoul.l b caretul'y studied  by tho amr.tcur photographer. Tho  pictures for any magazine aro clear  hlack-and-whltp prints, with tho people or th'i particular object centrtd  and emphasized ln such a manner that,  tho point of tho picture Is easily obvious.  Outsldo of tho monoy galnod, picture-taking enlarges oug'b vlow-point.  Ono'n oDnorvation grown- greatly undor the r.pur of llndlufr mntorlnl for  tho camera and one's senso of bouuty  suddenly gnins a new nolf-roupcct  through ha-lng a doilnlto biiBlness to  attend to.  The  Canadian  Breakfast  A Boy With a Future  Ma, exclaimed young Teddy, burst  lnglnto rtfie house^ Mm Johnson said.  ^h^-^wprdd^^give-'m^ 'told:  what you'said abpilt: her.-r ^; -   :.:..':..', ���������;.  I -never-lueiard of:suoh.*;a ^!ngl::eald'  his mother indignantly. You're a very  good boy not to have tolQl I would  not have her think I even mentioned  her. Here's an apple, sonny, for being Buch a wise little lad.  I should think I am, ma! Whea  she showed me this penny I told her  that what you said was something awful and worth sixpence at least.  Punnyface���������These conjurors are  wonderful fellows. I saw one of the  best last night. He turned a guinea  pig into a cabbage. ���������*  That's nothing. I can do better  myself. Every night I turn my dog  into a kennel. x**  Fine  Jones (to his landlady)-���������Very son  ry, madam, but I have torn-tho��������� cut*  tain In tho sitting room.    Landlady���������Oh, all right, sir; I'll put  It down us extra rent.  A tclcritl^t hna discovered thnt fl������b  yawn.  Well, I wouldn't bo at all surprised  If some of tho big ones that _ot away  1     >        4   ������    ��������������� -  Coiuplolo la ItHolt, Mother Gravca'  Worm Kxtermlnator does not require  tho assistance of any other medicine  to mako lt .offocllvo. It doca not fa'.l  to do its work.  Maiden (who has heon rccdlng lho  1<>mi(*!i way of conducting in:.trlnionhii  ulllancoti)- Mamma, you know par-a  quit'* well boforo you married hhn,  didn't   you?        Miiinum.    (audly) ��������� I  llwm.rli',     T     .It.!  Toasties  and Cream  Thin bits of choicest Indian  Corn, so skilfully cooked and  toasted thnt they are delic-  iotisly crisp nnd  appetizing*.  Wholesome  Nourishing  Easy to Serve  Sold hy Grocers everywhere  Post  Toasties  #������d rnles ilm rtHhernmii tell  W. N. U. _t>_  Lolsuro Is a very plcnsanl narmont  to  look  at,   but a  vory  bud   ono  to  V. C.ll  jVIIICI lCII.ll     ������'Al.i������il������|ji:f  spondent   young   man  food lovo loiters to u goat  ti'w -oat?  II  Do It Now.���������Disorders ol tho digestive apparatus should be doalt with at  once before complications arlflo that  may be difficult to copo with. Tho  Biirest remedy to this ond and one  that Ib within roach ot all, is Parmeleo's Vogotablo Pills, tho best laxatlv6  and sedative on tho markot. Do not  delay, but try thom now. One trial  will convince auyono that thoy aro  tho best atomach -egulator. that can  bo got.  Mrs. Manners (who has given Tommy a slice of bread and butter)���������  That's right! I like to hear llttlo boys  say: Thank you.  Llttlo Boy���������Well, If you want to  hoar mo say It again you might put  Homo Jam on it,  I te Ghoul.  Know  What io personal magnetism?  rrrr,o*na!   wntrn^tlMm,    replied    tlm  manager, ls what enables a man to  aland up and koop tho audience Intor-  lestod ln a lecture without tho use of  moving pictures.  Jack (on tennis court)���������I'll bet a  ciRai' that Norrls wins tho set.  Reggie-���������Mako lt a cigarette, doak  boy, und I'll go you.  ti-'ti :���������-.���������:: titi .;;���������:���������; ^:,-f Qtrl ���������  A young woman failed to pass her  [���������examination tor.appointment as teach-  er inr;.:tI^Yj^!^ICYschool of   a   small  ;  iowh.'' "::-  ? Her/thother was terribly disappointed and decided to interview one of the  examiners.  I. am eorry, madam, the man said,  l-afc"*your daughter did not pass her  examinations, but there ia nothing I  can do about it. You.know, madam,  that no ono ls to blamo but herself.  Sue -j blame! exclaimed the woman  wrathfully. Well, sir, perhaps you do  not know that them examiners asked  her questions about lots ot things that  happened years and yearn before she  was born.  ...;���������, 1���������   Di���������fnasa Cannot be Cured  bv local applications, as thoy cannot  roach tho diseased portion ot tlio ear.  Thoro la onlv ono way to euro aeafnesa  and thnt Ib by constitutional remetSTts.  Deafness Ib caused by nn Inflamed condition of tho mucous llnlne of tho Euc-  tachlnn Tubo. When this tube la Inflamed you havo a rumbling* Bound ov  Imperfect hoarln_, ond when It la entirely closed, Deafness Is tho result, nnd unless tho Inflammation can bo talten out  nnd this tube restored to Its normnl condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever;  nlno ranen out or! ten aro caused by Catarrh, whloh la nothing but nn Inflamed  condition of tho mucous  surfaces.  Wo will Rlvo Ono Hundred Dollars for  any case or Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall'a  Catarrh Curo.    Send for circulars froo.  F.  ,T.   Clint: MY & CO., Toledo, Ohio.  Sold by. Druggists,  7Go.  Tako Hall's Family Pills for conatipn������  tlon.  t*   II       ui       ..  who   tried   to  Who wnu  L  -anaiUan 1'oi.tum Cereal company,  Ltd., Windsor, Ont.  Mr. Jienr���������Jtrully my rieur, iiu-y mil"  ho great curios, hut you show nxacra-  blo iante and . want of regard to utility In buying such .-.ibblsh!  Mm. Rer-v���������ITIlllly? Why. you silly man. I bought thnni to try to mike  you   lOtJiv   jiumuiuuu;   u,)   uuu..i   luti...   w.  I.tornnl punishment: The price of  being too poor to buy a illviiive  Tommy Knew  The "teachor was endeavoring to illustrate to hor pupllo tho association  pf various species of llfo with common substances.  Vor lm*tanor<*t, sh**, explained, you  will alwaye find plants where thero ls  soil, birds where thoro aro trees, and  so on. Now, can nnyono tell me  what wo ita-oolati with flsh?  Suddenly, with tho velocity of an  aeroplane, a hand shot up from tho  buck form. It was tho property ot  Tommy Jones, Please, miss, I know,  piped that worthy.  Well? was tho teacher's query,  Chips, was tho unexpected reply,  m-m~��������� . <  And Che Had Been Warned ,  AU mon aro alike. They'ro decolt.  ful and flolf-th.  How do you know?  A marrlod friend of mine told mo  so and warned mo aganat aU of tliom.  Hut you'ro going to marry Fred?  Of courao I am.     Ilo'_ d'fferent.  Try Murine  Eya Remedy  If you have Red, Weak.Watery Eyea*  or Granulated Eyelids,    Doenn't Smart  ������������������Soi.thos  ICyo rain.    Druggist.   Sell  I Murine* iuyo Kciuuuy, j_u'uh������, __c, Juv.  .'.'.'"'      "*������������������-      ������*-'���������������������������������     I..      A..xm.llm    n\.Umm '  |__c,'"S0o""' Kye 'Rooks   Free  by  Mall.]  .    An Ry* txnla a������������rf tmr All Cy������a th*t N**4 Owr* j  ��������� Uur'iw  r,T������   I*i������m*c,!j*   Co.,   Chlo__������  ���������_������������������������������������������ THE    CRBSTON    BE VIEW,     CRESTON,    B.  C.  The Creston ^Kevieffi  Published every  Friday at Oreston, British Colnmbia, by the Oreston Printing and Fahifo-ing Company, Ltd.  a.he jl>6vi6***- jb t������_ bCjvuGvrjcukcu auvertisiuK ujcuiuiu cf t_s Grsstcs valley, cir  cnlating in nearly one thousand homes throughout, the Oreston district and  reaching ent in a broad manner into other consmnm^'S. Onr advertising rate?  are based on the scale of the Kootenay and Boundary x? iters' Board of Trade.  Land purchase and land'lease notices, $7 for statutory time. Display adver-  ���������tiaements, $1 per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first issne  . and 5 cents per.line in .succeeding weeks. Subscription rates $3.00 a year in  advance. Onr columns are open to contributions dealing in matters of local interest and the welfare of the community. Contributions must be brief and  signed.  A. B. S. Stanley  Editor and Manager  CRESTON DISTRICT  FALL FAIR  nil������   i?_  iDW-ftf   Lir_._.  DEBiSi-TATEP S-EJ3  TOBACCO GROWING IN B. C  hours, and allowing for stops  his actual flying time averag-j  ed better  than a   mile a min-  "There   is   a   tide   in the ute.     The    record-breaking  affairs of men, which taken at flights  of this  German shows  the flood leads on to fortune.'* the marvellous  advance  that  We'hear much   these days has been made  in the science  about     "Opportunity."    The ������of aviation.���������The Province  great epoch-maker is  knocking at thedoors of the Creston  District today,   and although  Opportunity  knocks often at  every  man's door,  she must  not  always be treated  inhos=  pitably.  Were we to design  an em  blern for this district it would  I be recognized as a lacior among Can-  COntain    the    figure of   OpfX>r-   adian   enterprises.     This   year   about  tunity coming with the rising!3<x> acres. *������"��������������������� J'r ������*���������p*   At th*  *' " *-* { present   nine   K.eknvna   is   the   centre  Oithc   Suil,     bearing     In     Iler.of   the   t<"*-*cco  growing   industry -in '  _   - a,       ���������        I British    Columbia.      Experiments   in :  arms a cornucopia overflowing" ���������   -   - ���������      ������  r    ��������� =*���������, growing the lear in other sections are ;  V/ith the produce   of Our beau-   being carried on, and it is safe to pre- j  ..������_.,     __j ������    4-1 it. -     ,   diet   that   within   a   few   vears   mahv !  ���������u_u_   ttuuxertne   vaney,  ana    ther places distr:buted over a iarge  with her   hands  extended  to'arefa wf be fonndIl0 have a suitabIe  sail and climate.���������Fruit and  Farm.  any and all  who are - ready to    render her allegiance  and to     -^i^g.* ������n. *.*- ��������� .* ������,������,������������  *,.,-.��������������� ������-*- ^ -_-.~.-J oouk b'ltttiC litW>*-  ���������^  YOUNG MEN AND MIDDLE-AGED MEM, J  the victims Qtearly indiscretions and later ex. f  cesses, v.-Iio are failures lu lite���������you nre tue i  ones we can restore to manhood and revive U  the spark o������. energy and vitality. Don't Rive L'  -tip in despair because you have treated with  other doctoi*s, used 'electric belts and tried  v-ru^u*-". dr.ug stows nobtrupis.  - '.Our Uv* 'Method Treatment ha<* snatched  buudredatrom the bi-iivk of despair, .hns re-  ���������stored'httpptness to hlindwds or homes and  > ha&niD���������e successful meri ot those who were  '���������down and oht.J" Wo ps-escrlbp specific remedies for each individual caso according to the  symptoms and -coxupltcntlons-^wo have ao  jpatcij.tr "tii6���������iCiui"?*! V hm"*- 1*3 one o* the secrets Ox  our wonderful success os our ��������� treatment cannot fail, for we pi-escrlhe romedies adapted to  each Individual case Only curable cases accepted. We have done buainon throughout  Canada for over 20 Yean.  CURABLE CASES  GUARANTEED  ���������a.. ��������������������������� OR NO  PAY  victim? "Havo you tost  tuti���������dlni? to marry?  i your blood beeu diseased**  Havo you any  'weakness?  Our Hmw Method Treotment Will  cure you.   what it has dono for others lt will  8o for you.   ContultMton Froo.     No matter  who  has  treated  yon, wrlto for an honest  opinion      Free  of  Charge.      Book*   Free���������  "Boyhood, Aian'iooiK Fatherhood."  (Illustrated) ou Diseases of Mou.  __      NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTElSr CONSENT. _No name* on box-* or envoi.  Hopes.   Evenrthing CoondeauoL   ������_ut:-Uoiv lias and Mot% of Treatment FREE FOR HOME   uml..mm..m.  DCMnCD Aro you a victim  nHflUtn hope? ai-o you tut  Hu������yoi.fr blooi! beeu uii���������atiui  New  Blacksmith    I  Shop  Back of McCreath's Barn  All Kinds of  Blacksmith Work  = ������  PpttAWal   rv-F   I   3rT_r������������<j<*  JV^aSvvVSS'lrt    L<IVVI10V  ��������� "*  - Section .41.  Notice is heredy given . that, on the  first day of Deoemher next*, application M  will be made to the Superintendent of I  Provincial Police for renewal of the i  hotel licence to sell liquor by retail ia  FRED SHERTENUB  W&$mti������&&  the hotel known as  Kitchener  Hotel)"  situate at Kitchener in the Province of  British Columbia.  Dated this   10th day. of Qoiober.iyjB.  ', ���������    " LENA ANDEEN    "  ������������������   Owner and Administrator   "  Eni������_i#i pLii-E-nni__s_f i  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold St.,   Detroit, Mich.  An interesting paper on tobacco !  culture under irrigation conditions ;  -vvas contributed by Dr. C. VV. Dickson  of Kelowna, B. C��������� at the Lethbridge ;  ���������irrigation convent-ion. Cigar tobacco, i  second only in quality to that import- j  ed from Havana and Sumatra leaf, is  being produced in  commercial   quan-  All letters from Canada must be addressed  to'our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  ���������meht in Windsor, Ont.   If you desire to  see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as -we see and treat  bo patient* iu our Windsor offices  which are for Correspondence and  Laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters as follows:  = DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Ont.  aL Write for our private address.  VERY LOW FARES  in connection ["with  .1  "____*  ���������"-_^___-. . -���������-?-       .:������������������   -   '���������  -.AUUiafiUilO    IU     IIIB  fllrl     |Bj������*Bi_-*MT*.������  uiu uuuiiuy  Daily Nov. 7 to Deo. 31, inclusive  RAIL FARE," ORESTON  To  Montreal and Quebec    $86.60  Renewal of License  Section 41.  Notice is heredy given that, on the  first day of December nest, application  will be made to the Superintendent of  Provincial- Police for renewal cf ths  hotel licence to sell liquor by retail in  the hotel known as the Erickson Hotel,  situate at Erickson, in  the Province of  St. John  94.60  tities,  and the industry  ���������.-.���������������������* lit f-r   3   UUUC1  _-ft_iw  banner.  Creston  mc     uuuuicuUS  District  Second*     ***8    ^isses    Emma    Johns n   and  _.   .,   _, .       . . . . ; Phoebe ButiVrfield were Creston callers  Fall Fair, just  passing  into Friday_  history, will serve as an amplification of this idea.  On Saturday, evening October 18 Lira.'  j John   Huscroft   passed  quietly   away  53  degrees  C,   for  from   five to  ten  miuutes.  The results were practically always  favorable as regards a lower percentage of infection of tbe plants wIipd  compared wltb those from untreated  seed, while the percentage of germina-  ^\A%->:riY-^  The    valley    itself     is   just'at fcbe home of her Farents Mr. aud MrF.  'O.J.   Wi^en at  9:3   p.m.    The   newt  teeming with the proofs of our (was recelved by everyoae with the deei.  theory and    for further   proof  est sorrow not only for the husband and  all that is necessary is to taste'ohildren wb:ch 6he leftto mo*���������ber>  I but for herself.   She  was snch a hapyy  of the fruit and read  the facts ���������        woman that ehe  made friendfl  as    told    by the    shipping re-, wherever she went-   The svimpi'hy of  ceipts of   the Fruit   Growers the w,K,le distriJt i9 exteaded fc0 her  .     j'#t������i        tt t husband, parent!*,   br.ither and sister in  Union    and       The    House Of (their terrible beieavin*..iC    The funeral  Quality-'' to ik place on   Monday,   the   body was  What further lessons do we' roIiowed b* 'illir^ number of mourner  _,   . .,y i jaud the  many dual   iri utes   on   the  from our Fair?    We ought to com., Bpokfl eloquftlltly of the eympafcby  be impressed  with the idea of | ot ber uumy ,f,iorids and of the high en-  What    can    be     accomplished  te*m of everyone for her  thrdtigh      co-operation.    We    Mr8 B,ack lort ou T"esday to join h������r  , I husband at Jaffray.  ought   to   read   betweea   the'  Mibs Phoebe Butt rfield loft ou Tuors  dny for Oraubtook.  lines and see how much advancement We have made- B Butterfield was ,x visitor to Creston  since thcla������st show through Tuesday. 1  Education. With our ear to' Mr. Crompton, Mi Iron Boam nnd Bill  the ground We cannot fail to Esubreo spa..t Snudny at Duck Crook  m .. , huuiing duck.   They report haviug hnri  hear   the   sonorous   voice of g od BpQrfc  Legislation with its  plea for |   Anyoll0 wholllul clmnc0(Uolookinto  OUr loyalty tO it3  Standards of  M-. Grady'ri  htno on   Saturday   night  pruning, spraying, cultivating,l nnd who wnfl not ,n th0 know. ml������hfc  .  . . . . 1   _   1-        i well have b-^on excused for think inn: ho  picking,   packing,    labeling, badcomo norofls ftroul oM tlmoholM,  and      shipping.     Lastly      the oonvenlion, f >r a biggor bunch or touwh  voice oi Progression  is heard,! i0������ki"K ou_tomeM uh were Kathomd to-  ..,,. ,     .   ^      A.      -_, i gel her thoro, it would bo hard to Imug-  bidding us look to  the future/,������������������   Tf  ,���������<)a ,.   _   n   . ..    Q  . .  13 1 ino.    it   was   tho scuno  of   tho   Sooial  rest not    on   the    acCOraplish-|oiub_Hard  Tiimw  Ball   and  it    was  ments of the  past, but profit-tft hu*������ B������00p|1-* -woopt as far na tho  ., ' ortran for tlio unhnol wont, ovoryono  , wan no raggod that tho troaRnror onnld  only colloot 00 ooiiIm. Tho prizos woro  awarded to Mi*a Mutt Ilugun, a sot of 1)  (���������mhroidorod (in colors) oilk handkerchief h; nnd  Mm.  Olaronoo  Poano,  two  ing hy our failures go forward  to larger and better things.  FromNewYoik to St. Paul,  Minn,   is 1370   miles,  and to unittod nonktii>i*.  make the journey in  a day a    f. j. May and 11. Uri woro am-ton  railroad  train would  have to!v,illMn Tn������Hd.������y.  attain the   impossible average I    Q������it������������nnu-horof Duok OionUiUm nt-  ,0.0. .* , ��������� tnnrli'il Um   frnit  hIihw on   WoibiOHdnv  of fifty-seven   miles   au hour 1    ...        , ^ .    ....  J iand hud a itumt f-ulnviiiiln ������!���������....     n.'..,....  lhe   same   distance   in Ger- am 1- !���������������������.������������  *���������-��������� ������������������,    -.\- ��������� \\...  many   has been   covered    by |������,������������w wm woll wot-hHooing nnd wnn n  mm. r*L     et       > t ���������     1 grout orcdIt   both lo   tho   (-otiuiiittc.i in  Victor  btoeffer m   a bi-plauc   . . .../,,,  v charge and   moro  *r> to   tho  Glorioun  within txventy-four consecutive jOr__um Di*t-ici.  1HOMAS V. PURO-LL  Vio i list with  rho  Schubet Syoiphjiiij'  Making the  iLSQeFarm'PaD-  I   Bg C. C. BOWSFIELD  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  KTER considerable experience ln  diversified farming on a place  of forty acres in the Chicago  district 1 can recommend a  dairy of eight or ten cows as the basis  of operations on a small farm. It ia  taken for granted tbat a hired man  w,!H be kept for the principal work or  tbat tbe owner is prepared to devote  his time and energies to tbe proposition.  For three years my dairy of ten  cows bas paid $100 to $125 a month.  It took considerable tlmo to grado op  from a lot of scrubs tbat returned $50  to $00 a month to cows tbat can be  depended on for about four gallons of  milk each.  Tbero ls something ln market facilities also. Private custoinoi'H. inrliiding  restaurants and hotels, nro desirable,  ln this way tho middleman's protlt la  saved. Our sales aro all by tbo gallon,  and part of tbo product ls furnished In  tho form of cream. Wo uso a small  separator. Tho placo Is two miles  from an active llttlo town, whoro tbero  Is a ready cash markot for tnillc and  cream, butter, eggs, poultry, etc. It Is  also possible to obtain tablo scraps In  abundance, and this Is' nn excellent  kind of food for chlckena aud pl���������_.  Whon milk was unreasonably low  wo mado butter," for which wo hnd private customers. With , prices on tho  present basis wo prefer to soil tnillc  and cream.  On6 hundred dollars a month paysj"  tho wages and all tho living and oper-  <$>-3K^<S><g><3K������><$><8^^  <g Tho richest acres aro tho Idle <$>  & ones of tho lowlands.  Undraincd X  |> thoy cost In taxes and breed moa- <���������>  % qultocs.   Tlio drained  thoy will $  |> lift the moi'tgiigo on tho farm or <|>  (!*> build tho bank account.���������Kaunas %  _>���������>   I'll rm ur. <}>  *? <j>  Limit five months, stop over and extension privileges  Fuii information re rail and STEAMSHIP TI  KETS from  K. M. REID, Agent, or write  R   DAWSO-T,  District Passenger Agent,  Calgary, Alberta  ������-;<-;  ������������������    \-ruIUi_iiia.  Dated thi 410th Say of Ootobrr, 1918.  WALTER W. HALL, Prop.  atmataammmaammm^mmamaammaaaamamammamm^aamammimammaamaamaatfm  Renewal of License  Section 41.  Notice is heredy give that on the first. |  day of December nest, application will  be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotei  licence to sell liquor by retail in ther  hotel known as the Oreston Hotel*  situate at Creston, in the Province of  British Columbia.  Dated this 10th day of October 1913.  J.-B. MORAN, Prop.  BI_.1t-,  g-������gEBI!l  ������%B*  g-isEiifi   'Sail   y������fi_ihfsw  I1GIIU, lfll. ElOllbJIC!  Get j'our Lunch at the  Photograph by Cnlted States department  ot agriculture.  LOOSE 6MOT OF WHEAT, 8BOWINQ POOR  SMDTTED BEADS AT VARIOUS STAGES OP  DEVELOPMENT, AND FOR COMPARISON A  SOUND WHEAT BEAD.  tlon was but slightly or not at all  affected, except In case of the higher  temperatures or longer treatments.  Winter wheat steeped for four liours  at 25 degrees and then dipped into  water for ten minutes at 52 degrees  gave a germination of from 98 to i)S)  per cent and no Infection. Summer  wheat under similar treatment gave U7  per cent germination and 088 per cent  Infection, while barley gave, rospec-  t!ve!*,T 09 *)or cent nnd 0.2? "���������t.T Ofnt.  This seems on the whole the best  treatment used. The yield was vory  little affected by thu ti'cutmi-uts.  C^m     _���������_���������_'# l-^    ^       l-*"   ---I     M\       M  v-/i \*y \m~tGkr\&\y  During the Fall Fair  Hot Tea and Coffee,  Sandwiches   and   Cakes,   Confectionery aud-Soft Drinks  Always on Hand ?*  READING FOR THE BEE MAN.  #  By buying In oiiimtltii's iih much ns  40 per cent may be saved on boo'supplies.  Ammonia applied to tho wound mndo  by n bee sting will usually nlTord Immediate relief.  Whon worltlnR In tho npliii-y It Is  host to carry aloiii* a light box to put  till tho bits of comb In.  It Is n good plan to koop all vegetation down around the lilven ho that  It will not Interfere with the Might of  tho working boos, their hives nud tho  feeding ground.  Regarded purely from a moehnnleol  itnndpolut, thu window frame super  Ls peiinipH ull-'litly moro complex In  it mo tore than somo others, but. In It a  adaptation to the economical production of fiincy honey it is very cffcctlva  iif{  Ur  FOR  POULTRY SHIPPER,.  FIGHTING JBRAIN  SMUT.  Gam-tan  Hot  Wntur  Tr������Btm-)Mt  Tnund  Effootlvo   In  Toot*.  In it recent (Jeiiiinii report on cxpei-l- |  lllllllitt   Oil   V'llllLUJI   ill    i������l������ll-i|<   MIHH   ol    iinr-  ley and wheat with the hot wnter  tieatiiient. tho iiiilhoi- kIvch on ni>-  ruii.it of I'-.Uf* uiuiio iu Ui:,il In); imrley  nud whoat boforo phititlun with one or  two soaking-** In tepid wnter, followed  by lmmoralon Ju .water ut firom no to  6  Don't ������f.'ild your poultry.  Don't    ship    unions    properly  cooled.  Don't   kill  fowls right out of  tho flold or barn yard.  Don't full to keep tliom penned  up nt least threo days.    '  Don't ship to market without "  Ice (except In extremo cold ���������  wen ther). J  jion't ship poor Block. ���������  Don't oxpec-t more than mar- ���������  kel price. ���������  Don't   feed   tho   iilftjht   beforo   ���������  kill ing ���������  -/\ ,.,������������������    <"..n   i.-   0, - *      i  U'llllo  fill ll.llllll' ���������  r>ou'l fall to wrllo your den lor ���������  for shipping '��������������������������� ���������  2      Don't full lo ilonl Willi refipon-    *  ���������   Hlblo lli'uiH.��������� l''arm Journal. *  ������������������ 0  &w^aa^wW9w&&TaWwww&^vf9&99vTwe  .adies Attention!  Nothing Makes a  Lady look so dressy  As a Tailor-made  Suit.  RenewaSof License  Section 41.  Notice is  hereby given  that,- on  the  first day of December next-,   applicatica  will be made to the  Superintendent  o -  Provincial  Police  for  renewal of   the  hotel lioence to sell liquor  by retail i_  tne hotel  known as   tbe King   Georgo  Hotel, situate  at Creston,   in the  Province of British  Oolumbia.  j"Oated this   10th day  of October,   1913..  1 Wm. A. HERON,  For the Oreston Trading Co.  .: HBKSWAL OFLICBNSS ? ? ";  ���������'.������������������'/$.'r?'^Secfcid_''"41.'' ������������������ ���������������������������'���������'������������������ '������������������'���������"���������'  ?Notice  is  hereby given  that on the  first day of December next, application  vill be made to the Superintendent of  E-cvincial  Police for renewal? of  the  hotel lioence to sel������ liquor by retail in  he hotel  known as  the   Sirdar .Hotel,  <ituateat  Sirdar, in   the  Province of  British Oolumbia.  Dated this 10th day of Ootober;*__I8.  WM. MOERIS, Proprietor.  Artist iu L'tdios and GentBAttiro  ���������stauley St.   .'     Nelson B. C  New Forage Plant.  A    new    i-iiip   <-ulied   Kudnn    grasH,  vhU-h   Is   iiiioIIiit   of   the   HorghiiniH.  ���������rivos great promise iih ii hay crop for  iho dry laud dit-ti'lets of the wont. It  Im (he most rapid growing of nil the  slnillnr crops, mid, although exporl  mental work Iuih boon limited so fur.  't Is expected thut It will bo adapted  lo tho dry districts In Montana and  North Dakota, as woll as tho southern  ulnlnn  SYNOPSIS OF OOAL MlNlCr .REGULATIONS  ��������� ��������� 0������ eoe*'eo6oooood$dO0'iii0������  TO BIND THE  LOAD OP HAY. f  Tho following mannor of, binding ii load of hay Is vory offoe-  tivo. It Is called 'tho spnnlsh  windlass. Pass n strong ropo  over top of load and mako- lt  fiint to bottom of rack In tho  center of each end uud do not  draw very tight. Now tako two  round sticks about four feet long  and ono and ona-half Inches  thick, Any round stick of suitable hI/.o and strength will do.  Sharpon ono Htlck and push it  about -throo foot Into hay on top  of tho loud, cIoho to tlio ropo.  With tho othor Htlck tako a hitch  lu tho ropo closo to tho slick In  tho liny and then wind (t nround  and nround tho upright slick,  which will also wind tho ropo  around tho stick.   You will bind  Kill  II      .   I *  "n.ii-ij    iw    ������.lIU    lUllO  *!V"tf. ..'-.\r.t.m.l..  Ooal mining rights of the Dominion,  iu Mnnitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  the Yukon Territory, tho North west;.  Territories nnd in a portion of tho Pro-  vinco of British Columbia, rtxmy be leased  for a term of twenty-one. years at:  an annual rnntnl of $1 au aore. Not  more than 2,500 acres will be leased to  one applicant.  Application for a lensn -muf-t bo mndo  by the applioant in porson to tho ��������� Agouti  or Sub-ARont of the, district iu which  tho rights applied for aro situated.  In surveyed territory tho laud must  ho dosorlbod by seotions, or legal sub-  d'viHions of HuotionB, and in unaurvoyed  territory thn trnot applied for shall be  staked out by tho npplioaut hlmflolf.  Each application uiu������*t be aooompaniod  by a foo of |B whioh will be refunded it  tho ri-zhtR applied for are not available  but not nthorwiiuv A royalty ''hull bo  paid on tho merohantablo output of the  mino nt tho rate of five con's por ton.  Tho person operating tho mino shall  furnish tho Agent with fl voiu returns  iiodounting for tho full quantity of trier*  ohiiutablo ooal minedutrtd pav th_ roy-  ulty thoroon. If thi. ooal, mining -rights .  nro not boing operated, suoh returns  should bo furninhodat loasir onoo a *'<*ar  Tho lonne will include tho ooal min-  lugiiglitH only, but tho losuoo may he  pormittod to nurotimiQ whatever uvail-  ub'o Hiirfimo ri|*htH may bo considered  npooHHiiry for thn* working of the mine  ut thn rata of $10 an aoro.  For full information application Hhonjd  bo mado to the Sooretary of tlio Dopart-  inont of tho Iutorlor, Ottawa, ^or to any  AKdut or Sub*Agont of Dominion Lands  W. W. OORY,  I>������iiuiy iViiiiiNier ot tno interior  N. B.���������Uniiutihorl'/ed piiblioatlon of  ������.hiH ndvartt-iomnnt will not bo paid for.  :.  '   ��������� '*  tight tlo tho end of tho stick to  tho ropo nml you nro rondy to  /ro. When the lo-id octtlcfl givo  tho slick another turn or two.���������  Farm and Flrenldo.  2 ! BHnjr !ti Your Reneiv/i! -fif     'fi  Subscription to the  It-1���������mr;Wiw,i!  rAa������--iM.n.n  -,������.|-t:i;.y������������������rt:'-������MI-������- ''���������^���������'���������'v1'?1''"'-??'.:?'^  ,     . -     ,     ,,.���������������������������-!-'���������-.���������   11 ' -       " .-.;-,.-.; f r.-''i:'T^^r\u\i\^*rt*^-.^,M'-.'^'j.'.rfi'-".vi'  -,-��������� . . , - ���������  .���������  -.        ���������������������������       -������������������      -   "'������������������-'    -I.'- ��������� ,������������������"���������?.������������������ --"���������". ���������'-i,J;>-;?-i.-V;". >'":^^L'.5-.M'*I'?*:f  ���������?K^Vi_^*^-?8&Wg  i.'-i'r.riV.i'\',JVj;l'L.---r./'i'  gMB Hg^gS^H -g^^&fr,    ^ESTON.    B. Q,  ���������-...,_���������,��������� .  i  -ir- - - -��������� -- -���������-���������-���������-��������� - ��������� -    - ��������� - -***������������������        "'���������'" ���������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*��������������������������������������������� .������������������������������������������������������ i������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������  //  ^?*  THIS UAJN ALU AIM - iSAJNIV.  ���������COMMERCE  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 without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at  the follpwing. rates:  $5 nnd under t    3 cents  -Over-  5 aad not exceeding SIO    6     ���������������������  ������     io -.  ������������'?���������    '      " 30.: .IO     "  ������     30       ������������������-.-* ������< SO..^ ....15     "  q DriTinh I "nil i~m hi a kji  C Dilli.if UUiUlliUEQ  iinnt* I -*_   I  liEMSTTANCES  ABROAD  as  ���������tionld-b- made by means of our SPECIAL  FOREIGN  DRAFTS and MONEY  ORDBRS* - Issued without delay at reasonable rates.  Percy B. Fowler, Manager Creston Branch  I  j_b4ft������&hj3������u32v$ft/5������*-*_X<5������"^^  v_-*nq*pr-3_prX3?i25������X'o>X^XS*,''Q^  *ov <$?������  VIE*         -x w  ro    I        -^������������������^_r^4-y^_-_^_ I���������I  _^_-4-/-xl     _S_  1CC5LU11 XJLUtCl ������  \/OU will make no mistake  ,Y: when you get off the train  ~* if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel. Travelling  men will substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date.  _ Tit-  T r������- _  I _ ne jmcaumy  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  Our  Cah  Guests  c4gain  Headquartets^ for Mining Men,  Lumbermen, Ranchers, Tourists  and Commercials.  ���������r. n  OB? /���������    ~~  ��������� .'   AW.  J9ft  PfQD*  i ���������  GUY   LQWisN,i_is_u_  dO-BUI/TO*-   Enoimsbb  CRESTON  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Ll?e and Accident Insurance  Ud UUe LLUe  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-TEAR" TREES on  "THREE-YEaE WHOLE ROOTS" Excel! all others  We Gaa.ra.ntee Satisfaction in Every Transaction  We are now represented in this district by Mr. A. Miller, of Oreston  who will call upon bhe 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.  1493 7th Avenue W. Vancouver, B. C.  ���������aa  I1  _ i^-asse*-***  FhS_?**r  lif^VZZ  &4^tiJ&f' ������ Sto *^S* j_  ���������j *���������"_.��������������� j������*  MISS LEETA  CORDER  ���������*% uu mo o-uu._o.rii  oyi_i������uouy V���������.dp  with two bundles. It pays to cap  Wheat shocks: Break the heads and  butts of the cap bundles before they  are placed on the shocks and then  place them at right angles to one another. Smooth and settle tbem firmly  in place before you leave tbe shock.  Pick up all the loose wbe_at near the  shock, and if there is enough to make  REAL ESTATE, Eto.  TRAIL       -   '   -  B.C.  Church Notices  CHURCH OP ENGLAND  Christ Church  Matins, 11 ;00  Evensong 7;30  ^rickson���������Evcnsonpr 3:00 p.m.  METHODIST CHURCH  Publio WbrsHlp, 10;8() and 7:80 P. M.  S.u-ay School and Adult'Bible Class  11:80 A.M.  Come and you will be mado wolcoino  Fred L. Carpenter?  Pastor  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  Service ovory Sunday   at  11 a. _i.  and 7:80 p. in.  Sabbath School at 2:80 p. m.  Adults Bible OlftBa meets every Thursday evening.  W. Gn Br-Aicu  Minister  CATHOLIC CHURCH  Mass 10:80  Benediotoin U}80  Every flrat Snuday of tho mouth.  Father John O. M.I.  Sunday Sohool ovory Sunday at 2:80  _ . '������������������"       /'I.i ;  !,���������., m     ' -'"  TOO  MUCH WHEAT LOST.  Improper Cutting and .Shocking Result  In Unneeeseary Waste.  A great* deal of wheat Is wasted by  improper methods of caring for the  grain after lt is cut Careless hands  easily may wasto more than their  wages during harvest  Tbe "binder man" should be careful  ln driving so that ho may not "cut and  cover" or leavo strips of uncnt whent  as he drives across the field. Many  carloads of wheat aro lost In Kansas  every year by such poor driving. Be  careful when cutting the backswath  also. Many grain raisers think tbat  the backswath la not worth saving because of small beads, and they frequently do not go to the labor of cutting tbo wheat along tbe edges of tho  'field. While lt Is truo tbat tbo heads  frctiuontly aro not so well developed  aa tbo heads farther out In the field,  the backswath always should be cut  I Wheat that Is cut with n binder  should "bo shocked In medium slzo  IshockB, which always should bo capped  jfeady to stack.   Too many things can  happen to the machine.  When tbe machine does come get  some men that-have some intelligence  to pitch the grain into the feeder.    If  the grain Is fed into the machine with  the heads first in a. steady, uniform  rate the concaves of the' machine can  be tightened up so the wheat may be  knocked out of the heads better.   The  ���������grain can be separated from the straw  j much   better also if tbe  machine is  I -carrying ah even load all of the time.  'A������. ft       Ctrnmnllm.       Ummff.    ^mmrnim.    ���������1~-~J.    ������������������..!���������-���������,  mxx,\x,   uuaujf   uaiv ������\/_j���������   nucai   ���������etui��������� to  I that can get that grain to the bin wlth-  Joiit  leaving "a trail   of grain   behind  1 them.    Most, haulers don't have that  ability.���������Kansas Industrialist.  THE   HOME  OF   THE  TRANSIENT  ���������'titi'-tititi^; .-."'  GOMMOPIOUS  Sam RLE  #-������������/-7 3  THE &EST jfl..A/_������ nSOST  POPULAR* HOTEL. IN'  THE KOOTENAYS^ '  RllTl     fit!   *���������rri****"1 *������t      nn=i/n.i1al'o  AXUJJL VJA     MbAAVIi.jr XX X0     *.X0~XJX*JXV^ .  lines. Unexcelled service in  all departments. Kitchen  staff (including cook) all  white ladies. Every comfort  and attention given to guests  The bar is s upplied with  only the best brand of goods.  Porters Meet Trains  W*A-&M&ON;  MAMACSFTP?  vg_*i5',^>*i���������t S*i^*-^T<S*-5i'*-^*-V>i���������T*4*5^S���������,*   *^*i_ "S'iii-*S**1_**������_'*5>'*���������fr**"-i  ���������^Tv?'**'.^'*'- *0' 0*' j-������- **��������� 0*'**- ^-?P >_,������������������������*���������     ' 0*' 0t*'^' 0&'7&ti'������,.^0.^.*������,?*S^L  m  m  Message to Father and Mot  ��������� ���������t������������ie������M������������09e* ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  PLANNING WORK AHEAD.  Everything on the farm cannot be run with the precision of  clockwork, but the bulk? of the  work should be pla_ne_ in advance, making allowance?? for  changes which -may become- necessary.. Keep?your ideas ahead  of your work. 'Make the brain  help the muscle.  - ������ ���������  ft  ������  m  " kVAitrr.  K0x\0yV ix  '���������"m.-m. fmA  The surdmer evenings are gone and the long,  ctober evenings are here. * How will you  spend, tnem ? in dull, humdrum monotony or in a  breeze of pleasure and happiness. Where will the  children spend their evenings, in your home or your  neighbor's? Keep the children at home and enjoy  the winter evenings yourself with an  m  m  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-~  BTAOK THE WHEAT AS SOON AS IT IS CtmBP.  even a small size bundle bind it by  blind. If there Is not, put It ln tho  shock between a couple of bundles.  If any of the cap bundles are blown  off the shocks go over tho field carefully and put thom back.  When tbo wheat Is cured and ready  to stack, stack it. It never pays to  wait for a thrashing machine that  "miiy bo hero the flrst of next week."  There Is not much lubor uaved by  thrashing from tho shock anyway,  when the wasted time of tho hands  -wli'-n the muclilue Is stopped Is considered, nnd It nevor pays to let tho  whi������>it slmid In tho shock after It Is  tiruba That Afflict Sheep.  7 '"What causes some of my sheep to  hold their beads tp one side, like bogs  that have blind staggers?' asks an Indiana .reader of Farm and Fireside.  The answer is:  , "Too presence of gadfly grubs in the  upp^r passages of the nostrils and  bead Is a common cause of staggers in  Sheep, and the afTected animal may  bold its bead to one side or constantly  try? to throw its bead back over its  spine, in such sheep there Is usually  a discbarge fripm the nostrils, and this  /bay cause coughing or sneezing.  \ There is no specific remedy for this  Cyuul-Cu. but sheep usually manage to  Withstand the trouble if generously  fed. The Important thing ls to prevent the depositing ot gadfly larvae ln  t������o nostrils of sheep during Sy time in  the summer. This may be managed  by daubing pine tar on tbe sbeep's  nose during tbo tlmo when files cause  stampeding.  Alaike For Wat Land.  Alslke will, grow on land that Is too  wet, and sour for-red clover, aud wltb  timothy makes a good feed.   Stock du  not  relish  It as  they do  red  clover  V!"i!lMi   grlMIS,   but  ?St  it   !*������Hd!'w   whpn  oil red. Being a perennial nnd produc-  lug' seed every year, alslke will nevei  need r-Heeding. Bow about six pound**  of alslke seed to the aero.���������Farm and  Fireside.  , "Hogging OfT' Corn.  A. D. Wilson, superintendent of the  Minnesota farmers' Institute, observes  that there la no better way to fatten  bovs, will: prjtlt to the owner, than to  turn them loose In tho corn field and  let tbem pick tbe com themselves.  This Is wbat la called "hogging off  torn. ���������  *      Edison Phonogr&ph      &  *  The Sunshine of Music. Do you still believe that  the Phonograph is tinny and nieeliamcal? Come in  and let us PROVJS differently. Do you think you  cannat afford a Phondgraph? Our Easy "Payment  Plan makes it possible for you to afford one, for an  i|l example, the Home Phonograph at $65.00 can be  ff\ purchased for7from $10 to $25 cash and th* balance  in easy Monthly Payments. Why not see us about  it now before Hall has gone?  m  ���������BB ... mmm  to  _'r%'*i_>-  i*JS-Mti  3*  ^������:SZz&;grZL&&&&g������GZ;  ^&^^^S_:&_i___:__:__:__i_^/  W  &  sw  w  w  8  m  Hi'  _  _���������  _  _-  _i  _i  ������  &������������e&:_-:_*g*_*������^  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  (Best equipped Livery in Town)  All class of TURNOUTS supplied at short notico."*Tho latest styles of  CUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale and hire.    Saddle and pack horses a  Speciality.  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Is Growing Smaller Every Day.
reooonsible���they not
only give relief
they perasan
cure Constipa-.
tion.    Mil
iions use .
ihem for
ness,' Indigestion, Sick Headache, Sallow Skin.
Small Pull, Small Dose, Small Price*
-   Ccaiuine muai bear Signature
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fa-umnB*a~i-*ff*_ Wit _ _fnr^-j'tVUB "VS.
Insurance     luccr**or_��l 1889        Compa~y
piso new Ex<*e'not pcficy cocuict* are the best for. protection.
Wiomy to Losn
Vacancies for eicnti at-.-ne eilh:r. entire or spate &r.a
Asvh ta Prorinc���I 0.1���cj. Winnipes. E&aaaton, Siakaicon*
VaococTir or to Uc-d 0Uic2* Toronto
surrcR fconi kidney, bladder, nervous diseases.
���cite Cos my FR_e book,  the most instructive
U-DICJIL BOOK r*V_R WRr.TTEN.lT-Bl.LS AU about that*
OlSEASES ���* **--   	
_�� ll*��iM,��r BVJ^ro-i   vob!_
��� lr����������_���!?: for Touao-erM ailment. Ek��t Medals���,
AbCttlitialiFREB. No'foUo���tjp'c-ceJar*. DK _KC?^_K*
_TS_. CO. U-Vft���.IOCS ��_i. B���oral SAB. l.OKiSa:i.SS3.
Tne Soul of a   Piano   is  the
Action.    Insist on tha
Piano Action
Beggar. Th^t Wiii Not Work Because They are Aristocrat*
One-fourth of the Anglo-Indian population in India ls supported by charity. Forrthe Anglo-Indian thinks that
v-ork Is beneath him, f<and really at
heart he is a born snob. It isn't
object of charity, for there ls comparatively little drunkenness among the
poor in India Nor ia it the season
trades, as it sometimes is with us',
for work there is continuous tho year
round. Neither is it the monotony
of a dreary home or dally toil that
drives him to drink and then to poverty. For there is no part of Calcutta where there are people of one
grade, but tho homes of the poor are
interspersed with the rich.
He is a pauper purely and simply
because he is at. aristocrat. He has
English blood in bis veins, and he
wants to lira like the English, and
the English in India are the successful and the rich. They have their
well appointed homes, their servants
and every luxury. - The Englishman
who works with his hands, the men
in the factories, the day laborers, the
frontiersmen, the farmers are not
found in India. The beggar sriob
does not know -- their existence. He
knows ouly the coolies and the Hindus, who work with their hands, and
he wiU not be or.e of them. ?"3
wishes to pattern his life after the
Englishman whom he knows. He
wants to have a servant and be Wait-
era    Oli,    IUi_    it    ile    CUliriOt   L.V3    Wiii   BOt
work. To dig with a shovel ls a disgrace iu his eyes, and begging is infinitely   more respectable.
So the Anglo-Indian pauper .is supported on a scale better than that of
the   faithf- I    workmen    among    the
Hindus   aud  cooi.es,   .- id  the burdea
of the charity falls on the rlc'i English.    The  wealthy   Hindus   will  take
none of the    responsibilities.        They
say that the Englishman cremated this
class  and   that    on    him    falls    the
weight  of  support.
I     There is -alothei* cause of this pov-
j erty a'lsc apart from this strong false!
; sentiment.    That   ie     the    insanitary
j conditions   of   life   which   cause   th-i.
[death of the father of the household
IM - TOC   (PliMWiiW
iii   I HE- _ayraj!l��_i
The summer months ar* the rraoat
cangerouB to little ones. T_e, complaints of that B&a_oh, which, are cholera infantum, coll.. diarrhoea and dys*
entry, come on so _trte_ly that oftea
a little one la beyond add beforo the
mother realizes he is 111.   The" mother
xjj.ust be on xxst _ uaru. to prevent toj.6_��
troubles, or If they do come on suddenly to cure them. No other medicine Is ot such aid to mothers during
hot weather as ia Baby's Own Tablets.
They regul. te the stomach and bowels
&-.d are absolutely safe. Sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 2$ cents
a box from TheYDr. Williams' Medicine. Co., Brockville, Ont.
Surprise-""or Pop   .
One night last week papa got home
late. There had been so many things
to attend to at the office���arid r-fter
that a customer from out of town arrived, and���well papa got home awfully late. He hated to disturb the family so he camped in tho dining room,
and in the morning, being thirsty, he
arose, drank water, and retired under
th�� table again.
Then came his little son. the earliest to arise. Little son viewed the
situation in the dining room, then lifted up his voice and wept.
What's the matter?  groaned papa.
You've gona and drank up all the
water in that glass aquarium you gave
me for Christmas.
W?���       7ll��V**m    >��"����'1     *l��n* Vrti-i     />�����
put some fresh water 'n it, and it will
be all the better.
Yes, but who's going to put fresh
eels and pollywogs In it?
Then papa sat up and took notice.
Well Named
We call our office boy the Little Dragoon.
Warlike  little fellow,  eh?
Oh. no; it's because he has to be
booted and spurred before we cau got
-nyrhuitj. out uf uim.
at   an   early  age.    ThlY
family to pauperism at onco, as the
i Hues of work ope., to the Anglo-Itt-
Idian woman which she will accept are
f  . . xx.x-1 m. J-Jiy
{ practic-aUy   go-ie.���Chicago Tribuue.
��_ _"      -___^ r_-_   t
at   vu__
Persoti3 io work for u*
In spare lime at home. No experience
requirci with our NEW ART COt-OR-
!NG PROCESS Easy and fascina^ns
Work. Good pay. Ko canvassing. Writ*
for 1n��-r''ri'(��ti'>n<��   ffree).
815 College Street. Toronto, C3nad3.
Minard's L'nirnent for sale everywhere
Canadian   Trap   Shooting   Honors
At the Grand Canadian Trap Shooting  Touruasi^ut    recently    held      t
Ham:itou,   Ontario.   Here   was   keen
competition    between    the      leading
! shoo, of the Dominion for supremacy.
S The   amateur   Championship  of   Can-
! ada was won by \v. Barnes of Ham-
IvIas.Wi;:st���iw*s Soothing Sttrup has beea ! ji-^ ^i.i, ��� ni>'rf��arr <-r>r>^A nf ^ft tar-
sjsed for over sixty yeaks by Mituoss oi ���'"?'* w*:? a pertect seo. e ot ou tar
Mothers for   tueir  chili>ren   WK11.B i gets.       Mr.   B-traes   used  Winchester
'XBETHING.  with   PERFECT   SUCCSSS.     It i Picffin-   T.n.trJ^a    Shpfis. The   Grand!
SOOTHISS'the CHILD.  SOPTEN3 theGUMS^    7,'~""r    ~":y~" J,   ""''"^-=    ���.n���    h���   tt
 IN   cures wind colic, and   Canadian   Handicap   was  won   by   H.
A Girl of High Ideal*
Stella���Don": you think it is wrong
to marry for a home?
Bella���Certainly; I si mid marry for
nothing less than an apartmeut hotel.
_X,I,A.YS all PAIN :
is the best remedy for _IARRHCHA. It is ab.
solutelv harmless. Be sure atid 3s*c for "Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take ao Ott ZX
kind.   3,'weaty-five cents a bottle.
Wrticrti-nyOf   COULAKS   AND   CUFFS
Some t nine    -etter    than    linen   and   no
laundry   bills.       Wash  It   with  soap  and
Wnter.      All stores or direct.  State style
unci   size.       For   25c.   we   win   mail   you.
58   Fraser Avenue.  Toronto.  Ontario
SweJcnbore'd fi-T��*n,t work on ileaven and Holland the life after death. 40.1 paR-es, only ZS cents f
postpaid.       II. Law 486EucIUAt���vToranto, Out.
Not Her Ycung Man
i'es,  ma'am,  said  Mary;   1  am  going to lea o you.      I don't like that
snip oC a masher that calls on  Miss
Tho Idea!   exclaimed  her inlstress;
ho doesn't call to seo you. so what���
I know he don't ma'am;   but I am
afraid   one   of   the   neighbors   might
think he does.
S'tio pioietiatu lu lake au iuUTiL-liat-
Int.ercst ln the profoBsor'u wonderful
collection  of  mineral  ores.
She wan exiiaiiiiuK Lhe ape-imelts'
one day, aud taking up one, which
struck her fancj, said. What do you
call this, processor?
That ls silver ore, was the answer.
Very interesting, I am sure, she
replied. But however do they obtain
tho silver.
Oh, It ls a simple process. They
merely smelt It, madam.
Thon tlio old lady placed the ore
to hor nose. Hnlffin:-' loudly said: I
have Hinelt U. too, lint ove,. with my
spectacles on I can't see any  silver.
Smith of Chatham with a score of
48 x 50 from IS yard rise, and the
Earl Grey cup, for the High Aggregate of the tournament, was won ly
R. Day of London with a score of
287 x 300 targets. Both Mr. Smi"i
and Mr. Day used Winchester Repeating Shotguns. The important
victories won with Winchester Loaded Shells and repeating Shotguns is
another demonstration of their splendid -.hooting qualities.
Wily William
He came from the country, but he
was not green���no* by an/ means.
Had a confidence man tried tricks on
him there would have been serious,
Nor was hi "raking aay risk-: at the
hotel. London might be .. smart
place, but they wouldn'-- catch him
In me oAn'f nours of the morning
the plaintive voice of tho 'boots'
sounded outside his door.
What is it".' asked Willi m, prepared to do battle with his wits.
Please, sir, came the answer, you
haven't put your boots outside, sir.
No; you bet I haven't, responded
the wily William. They're under my
pillow, ant there, they're iiolng to
stop; I know a bit too much for the
likes of you!
Shooting the Shoot
If Gussie possessed one suit he. possessed a hundred. He had different
suits for fishing, hunting, golfing, cricketing, walking, cycling, flying and
everything else, and so perfect was
his knowledge of the clothing question
that you could never surprise him
in a costume that did not It the occasion.
But gamekeepers do not pa! .much
attention to such details, and the man
who was guiding Gussie over his new
estate took small stock of garb. Hi!
There goes a rabbiY he cried, suddenly. Let aim ha** > it, sir. Gussie
looked after the retreating butny, but ���
did not raise his gun.
Why didn't yo-. shoot? asked the
gamekeaper,  in surprise!
I'm sorry, but I couldn't replied Gussie. mournfully. I'm in my pheasant costume.
Henry Qeera* on Suffrage j
I am convinced t_at w�� make a
great _u8tafe# in depriving one box
Of vole* ia public matters, and that
We could in no way Increase the at-
teutioiu, tad intelligence, and the u_-
Totlon which may be brought to the
-solution of social problems as by enfranchising our women. Even If in a
ruder etate of society the Intelligence
-a.    -i���o    ooa    buuiCob    JUJ    K_o    mau&B*���
ment of common interests, the vastly
more Intricate, more delicate, and
more Important questions "which the
progress of civilization makes of public moment, require the intelligence
oJ women as of men, and that we never can obtain until wo interest them
in publio affairs.- And I have come
to believe that very much of the lia-
attention, th�� flippancy, the want of
conscience, which we see manifested
la regard to publio matters of the
greatest moment, arista from the fact
that we debar our women from taking
th0'1*    hrnnow    via-nl-    -In    +ihv��aa    mottiM-a
Nothing will fully interfest men unless
It also interests women. There are
those who say that women aro less
intelligent than men; but who will
say that they ure less influential?���
'Social Problems' (Chapter xxii). by
Henry George. ��� .
Compulsory Matrimony
The declining marriage rate in so
many countries Is causing all sorts of
-mflCVCri-iClf iniio     +r��    V\*v    ntitrln     #r_>��    4��-r-��i#i*ln*_--��
people to enter the state of matrimony
such as the ta?:lug of bachelors and
conferring socis.1 privileges on those
who have large families. . A month
or two ago the rural council of Trim
ordered its bachelors to marry or quit
the municipal cottages. But all these'
are exceedingly mild measures compared with a proposal which comes
from Trieste. The proposal Is that all
bachelors who have attained their
thirtieth year���a time when a man Is
at liL prime according to Mahomet
���should be summoned before the Syndicate together with all .-pinsters who
have reac  d the age of twenty-five.
I1I|\A^ ..J���.W.. ^ ~.-.-.3��.~ ��� 1  '��� -*_-A��	
* iichi     one       a    iutrujtittl   . ej^MMIIUH'.-iUIXf
those v/hc-m the doctors consider
healthy are to have thalr "..arnes placed
in separate urns f.nd drawn two by
two. The couples whose names are
r.-iired are to be married immediately. This i making a lottery of marriage with a vehgeame.
CONTA1N9    NO   ALUM li
ALUM   S$   ��OiviETIMES   REFERRED   TO    AS   SUL-   ll
-uLrrihTE,      THE   PUBLIC   SHOULD    NOT    8E
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-=��      ...      mm . mmmmm.   *    m        mS mm *���*�� *    m%**^m      mm�� SKS �����,> mm mm.
worn oiik wiOvca
The fingers and hands of elbow
���length silk gloves wear out, leaving
the uppers comparatively now. Where
there is a baby in the house these
may be turned to good use. Place
one of lahy's socks on the gloves, the
leg part of the sock and the hemmed
and then cut socks for the baby after
the pattern. Sew carefully into
shapj with flat seams. Here you
-have a good, lightweight sock only
for the cost of trouble c: making.
The top should be reinforced to withstand the wear and tear of safety
, It is in demand.���So great Is the de-
man f. for Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil
that a largo factor> is kept continually busy making and bottling it. To be
in demand shows- popular appreciation of this preparation, ..hich stands
at the head of proprietory compounds
as the leailiiift- oil ii the market, and
Jt is generally admitted that it is deserving of the lead.
Tli's story la related of an old-
time rjudgt. in SuU'.vnn county, New
During Tlir* sonslon or r.:.\.rt there
was so much talk and laughter going  ens the cocks, hens and other animals
A riumanc Mayor
Tho mayor of a llttlo commune In
the Pyrenees has just Issued tho following docu-f'c: Whereas tho young
p jplo of ihr> r-nminuiif* nn- wont, to
meet and dunce every Sunday after
mass, and lhe noise they make fright
on that the judge becoming angry and
confused, .shouti-d In ;*Tpnt wrath:
SlU-nco,   here!       We  have   decided
half a do/on cum'-.-' Ik-i-'*  tli I    luuniwit'
and I have nor, hoard a word of one
of tho village, and whereas tho result
i.i prejudicial to agriculture: v.*j horoby prohibit dancing within lho hounds
of tin.' coiiimuuu during tin houra lu
which the domestic animals rake thoir
ropo so.
Reverse Actlo.i
Hi; (urdi'ully'i���Vim are the moat
beautiful, the most ndorabli* gii'. in all
thf vorld.
Sho���-Indeed! Then, sir, you must
ho wry emu-oil cd to think that I'd
lowly, at j uu.
Railroading in Wales
Holidays, tourists and trippers galore had upset the peace of mind of
the railway officials and to cope with
1 i additional traffic a strange guard
was put on a special train running on
a way side line In Wales.
There was ono particular station rejoicing in the euphonious name of
Llanfairfechanpwllgogevych, etc., etc.,
and in the due course of Its peregrinations, the special train arrived at it,
plus the strange word.
For quite a tlmo the guard stood
glancing at the appalling name. First
he spelled It out, letter by letter,
whilst the driver Bounded a gay tattoo
on his whistle. Then, by taking deep
breaths, and holding his jaws in his
hands, the guard feebly attempted tho
desperate feat of pronounclatrlon.
But he waa a man of resource, not
easily to bo done. Suddev.ly he conceived a brilliant. Idea. Taking up : n
attitude of great, dramatic suggestion,
ho poli.tod to tho hoard. Thon ho bellowed, in stentorian tones.
If there's *��� nybody there for here,
this is it!
And tlio train glided slowly onward.
Minard's Llnlmer,: Cures Dai.druff.
Chould  be Good at That
Wardtin (l.o    now    prisoner) What
work can you do?      What was your
Prlsonor���I was a 'cellist In an orchestra. _
Warden-���Woll, thon,  we'll  set you
to work sawing wood.
Obadiah Biuks was one of those
sentimental idiots who had allowed
his passions to capitulate to the
ever increasing wiles of the mischief-
maker Cupid. To put it more concisely, he had fallen in love.
Unfortunately for Obadiah, however, it was a case of unrequited affection, for the Jady of his choice
had made it plainly visible from time
to time that his attentions were positively objectionableY.
One day Obadiah turned up at her
abode, nothing daunted by his previous experiences.^ He waB ushered
into the drawing-room by her ten-
year-old brother, Billy.
Is your sister in? asked Binks, nervously.
No, replied the other, promptly.
She's just gone out.
Ah! sighed the love-striclcen Binks
romantically. So I am like the man
who went to the cage when the bird
had flown.
No, you ain't responded Billy. You
are like the month of June.
.   Why, how's that?.   .. . ���...'���_.:'-. '������-.
Because, was the reply, every time
you come May goes out.
v       .        The Wonder of It
We wandered on the seashore��
We wondered at the sky;
I told her how I loved her
r-ihii said:  She wondered whyT
I wondered if she'd have me,
She gently answered Yes,
And then we wandered, wondering,
In  speechless  happiness,
And now since we ���ra wedded,
Wo wonder, as of yore.
We wondered as we wan-'ered
Along the ocean shore,
With just the bl   of difference
That our w. ider we condense
Into wondering how we happened
To have so little sense.
���Medicinal Uses of Tobacco
Nicotine, In itself, is a nurcotlc poison, when employed in the proper
way and by a competent agent, is said
to have a definite medicinal value.
In case* of gout, neuralgia and rheumatism poultices of fresh tobacco
loaves have long teen employed to
give relief. A concentrated solution
of tobacco ls said to be goc." for dandruff, ringworm, etc. ? The tobacco has
been used to destroy parasites ln vineyard- and orchards, and as a skin diseases for cattle, and tbe actual antiseptic value of tobacco with regard to
both vertebrates and inferior, creatures,
has been amply demonstrated.
Tobacco smoke serves.to retard cr
arrest the development of certain
pathological bacteria, which soon die
in tihe tiny cage in which they aT-e,
placed if a puff of tobacco smoke be
Injected therein. It seems to act upon them as an anasthetlc exactly as
do the vapors of ether and chloroform.
An     TVollo���     rvV>irelr>*'/\��>'lo,'-       minima     +o
^^u       ^.\^m.,mm.x       tfm.0 ^.^.mc��~.-,     ��� *������_�����.���        ��� m
have proved that simoking not only increases the flow of the saliva (which
probably explains the uneasiness of
smokers after eating until they are
able to Indulge in a pipe or cigar) hut
also sterilizes It. He also declares
that tobacco never causes Inflammation of the mouth and ton_ue. His
conclusions were brilliantly confirmed
by the experiments of-Prof. Wencke
of the Imperial Institute of Berlin during the recent epidemic of cholera at
Hamburg .
Asthma 3rlnga Misery, but Dr.""J.'.D.
Kellogg's Asthma Remedy will replace
the misery with welcome relief. Inhaled as smoke or vapor it reaches
the very inmost recesses of the bronchial passages and soothas them. Restriction passes and easy breathing
returns- If you knew as well how
this remedy 7 would help you as do
thousands of grateful users, there
would be a package in your home "tonight.     Try it.
Farmers, said the fair city visitor,
are just as dishonest as the city milkman.
How d'ye make that out? asked the
warmer, s ������'. W.M.B.. . .,-',.
This morning, said the girl, accusingly, with my own eyes I saw your
hired man water the cows just befo:3
he milked them.. ....
Removing Things from tho Eye
Small tfabaiances. like cinders, dust,
or small clips ot atom.- or metal, can
often be removed from the eye by very
simple means. Sometimes the flow
of tears washes them out. At other
times catching the upper lid by the
lashes and pulling it away frrm th<
eyeball, and down, over the lower lid,
then letting It go, so that -s it recedes
its under surface is swept by the efis��
of -'"the? lower^fld/will clear it out II
this does not prove successful, a loos
_lade of livjjr.-.cj hair or or a long human hair can be passed under the lid
and swept irom. the outer side t&
wards the noseand drawn down.
Better than this,' however, is the
washing of the eye, or Pushing with
the 'eye'dropper. Havj the patieat
catch hold of the lower and upper lid,
drawing them aWay from the eye, and
then fill the dropper, which is like a
small syringe. With wa.ter,-and flush
the eye two? _r three times. Thia vill
always remove the cinder at onee.
Should lime get into the eye I.-shonld
be treated in the same manner, first
with water and then with vinegar, oi
lemon Juice and water���a trsaspoonfal
of vinegar or lemon juice to a teacup-
ful of water���poured over the eyebaU.
,��r^r������i    i      .   i      '   ''     i'        ���       i - -
A New Line
WO-y has your daughter dropped her
hospital work so   <fon?
She found _he'd have to nurse poor
patients for two years beforo.they entrusted her with any millionaires. So
she's going on the stage in awisical
Hardly Proud of Him
Mrs. Nubride���My dear Jack is ao
<handsome; he resembles a Gree_
Mrs. Longwed���So 'oes my husband���Bacchus, ...'-,
Bix���I hear that you and your wlfo
don't speak. What's the cause of
your strained relations?
Dlx���Her relations.
What mado the canoe tip over?
Cholly carelessly placed his pipe ln
one side of his mouth.
Anything unusual about tills suicide
case? asked the city. editor.
Ye3. - There v,rere bI-ch!oride of
mercury tablets in the housr>, replied
the reporter.
Nothing unusual about that, snapped
the city editor.
Yes, there is, retorted the reporter.
This fellow was so old-fashioned he
hanged himself.
If Her Partner is Clumsy
He "Who dances must pa,   the fiddler, you know.
Yeo, and ste who dances must settle with the chlrpodist.
You make no risky experiment
when yon.'time oeca-ioiially-1-
"whenever the? _ is ��� -ft^d^*$M-* -
most universally popular homo
remedy known,���rBeecha,m'_
Pills, which have stood the
test of time with absolute sac-
cess and their world-wide fame
rests securely on provedTnerit,
Martha���What's this 'ere skyscraper thev lmvft in America, like?
John���Why, they're things t cleaning tho sky so's to have flne weather.
They're cuto people, them Yankees.
Needless Apprehension
She���Will you lovo mo  when I'm
He���Why worry about thai!  we'll
probably be divorced long before.
relieve the numerous ailments
caused by defective action of
the stomach, liver, kidneys
and bowels. Cleansing the
system, they purify the blood
and tone body, brain and ,.
nerves.   Beecham's Pills act"
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v^uicivjy,       tnc.y        ate       atwajfo
safe  and   reliable,   and   you
may   depend   upon   it   they
WiU Benefit Yon
Sotd wT-ryvrhere.   In boxei, 2B conU.
C-wryona���aip-oUUi** every womnn�����_o-W
���read tho directions wltb ovcry box.
Ground Located
what ground did she get
Kfiio,  I  ljf-llov'.'
a dl*
60c. a ��� ox or six boxes for $2.50, I
���   ��� DM *       * *    * |
Tho Place for Mir-
Tin* Moiln'f (Impa-r-nUy) -T don't
know hat vvij'U ovor do with Tommy.
iw.   .iiv'.n'i    I'i'oin   in   !i.'ti>ii   wllh   nny-
Tin* Fill H-i (Irrlliililyl���T h'|m,���-���<������
v.i.-'ll have tu in il:i.j a dramatic critic
nut of hint.
all   till    UC4H.I .��i    ul
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n   nli'i*
I'M   mo
Down on Lawyers
T hnvo here. sir. a'hook on 'How
"Ro Your Own Lawyer.'
Don't want It.      Wlrt'a the uso of
a man learning how to rob hlnu'clf?
n fraid
T-rospccM vo   Employer���Xot
of early hours, I suppose?
Employee���You can't close too oarly
for mo, mister.
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What's tho troubl   ut your liouso?
!IUT*f.cr i*trllrf for *��� n��"v hoiuifi.
Your wlfo refuses to out.
Nn, rhe refuses lo cook.
I Can-id.-)
W.  N. U. ii��>4
T   iv lull     I liMirv.   vnn'il
clock  I'ur my room.
Iliiii --��ntt.   I   cun i  iiiiiinl���
WIN- (liitiTruiitlng)���If you will I'll
Hft It buck two hour* thu t-voulng you I h unhand mndo that bo might havo up
|_u  U> tin;  club [_uL  a  bo'tlc  <f Ink.
Your baby soomod to lio uiumiuilly
ichI.Ii'kii hint ul-dtl.
\j.t-, 1 f��>fii- tho dr-nr llrllo fiillnw
I liin'tr going to 11 vu Ur .���...��� h lho iinni*
I   thotifrht  from   tho  remarks  your
The Kino **<* Quee i Leivlnp the Mauretanla after n Vlalt   of
���__-iiim"iii^r-,'fffiii-_yii"flfT,iM*"* -ir "r"!--'"! ""iriT i���r r-.* -, *tr���t-t .... .F.^.^"?**'trw>HtoT*������^ -  tititiy-titiSM&SS^^^^  THE TCEVIEW. CRESTON, B. a  /?/  * "V. *jJS838BJ  '  - '^4tinwm  r-       Jirfe'jtl  *��������� i -il  *4^*^^*^^-35-^^*5''*l-  ��������� Elizabeth's  Pf?l_1_3������  a.   a a**-*-***  ,ss. jwaw-'s  "*-/.  5fnrv  By CLARISSA MACKIB      J  [������|[<#*-"K*-**^''K-'**������^  is���������zabeih ueurd the motorcar .crunch  ������the drive, but sbe would not part  L*to_ curtains to see If Andrew Qaylord  l_s& accompanied ber brother bome  Igeom the ball game. Tbe color left her  reheeks ns sbe listened' with bated  'breath for tbe sound of their voices  ies*?'t_e car slowed down. The motor  ������������������Swobbed  noisily  for  a   moment  and  Sbsa swept on around to the garage,  *__J sbe beavd her brother's step In the  1 l_dl and the Sdundr of his deep voice, ;  at Ihere was no other. :     . ?  7^-eabethyteit the color rushing back  i terfc^geuee-ks .aa the dborkuob rattled,  : i_^?sl-'?lienfc;?over ber book In appar-  sat ahsovptiou when tbe door opened?  tj-eezily? und Tom  came In,  big aud  ..brown and excited.       -  ������������������Raii. rab, rah, for the other fellows'."  to  grinned   sheepishly.     "Licked   to  | ���������HJltrbereens. Beth1."    He fluifg"^iraself  bite* an opposite chair and. looked at  8tef With brotherly affection.  ; '"What was the score. Tom?" asked  Elizabeth as sbe carefully marked a  -place In ber book aud laid the voiume  SB/the-'table.  ���������^Tw-ive to nothing." returned Tom  ?55SCOtt gl'ioil.V.  **l suppose father was delightedV Y  ���������trickled to pieces all the way home.  Slat's the worst of my choosing to  p>to Redtield Instead of father's alma  Better.    RedBeld's losing regularly to  Bmestone,Yand rfather certainly  does  ksmmer it Into me."     '���������"���������--���������'���������  ? "It Will "do you a lot of good, Tom,"  teased bis sister. "You've been so con-  esltsd-over Ked8eld.''  ?"-Good ?reason.  too.- though I  don't  Suppose I -would ever have gone there  Iff  Andy   Gaylord   hadn't   persuaded  >*>  x  u:oi_>  AOTlREW   OAXLOIID,'  FLASHED.  fi*_H  tS greasy, yo*u know, riaV?  ^S_sl  watching her fceeraiy.      - -  "So I told Andrew  Gaylord," ahflj  ������f1aahA'*1    _-t-i������_k'|-<rvK   _ai.-t-._fc*������    _t*t-t   ���������MfiAV-Ai^'i.l  ���������am W-_���������"_.%_>   ij___.-w>i������|^__   ������0W-������_-_*_rA_   miiii    mwi-y������^ir  ed tears. .     -   T     ���������  "Beth Prescott," gasped Tom, aghast,  "you told j_ady that? _ou allowed  him to think that^ you Ver^,ashamed,'  of knowing him because-Its "wasi^sir?!  ,lng himself to a great causer Fm  ashamed of you j"'     7* ���������'���������'*??;' '������������������ Y.I  Elizabeth arose and walked toward  the door.' Her fair face wa8?flushed,  and she held her head proudly aloft,  "That is what I told Andy Gay lord,*"?  she reaffirmed distinctly. ^ 'TYtoldr hint  I could never become the wife of a  mere mechanic; that I knew ? should:  shudder  at the  very  c-Outact  of __������  blackened and greasy banda.    I said  all that and ranch more, for X thought  bo would give tip the idea sad retura  with you from the game, and���������and now,  without giving me ah opportunity to  talk It over further with him he has  suddenly left for Chicago.''   Her voice  broke, and she fumbled for the door-'  knob.' ?, ��������� '<  "Give op tlie ideai Beth? dear!   Ton  don't know Andy Gaylord," .protested  Tom, coming hastily toward her, but  Elizabeth, hurt and sensitive ^rom the  .wounds   she   had   herself   "wrought,  slipped through the doorand went to  ber room.  The Prescotts were very tender with  | her after that, for tbey knew that their  . oniy daughter bad given her heart to  Tom's classmate, but the months went  by, and Elizabeth grew like her old  self, and only her mother knew that  the old wound was unhealed beneath  her indifferent exterior.      ,  Andrew Gaylord's name was rarely  ,: mentioned, and then only ia. the roost  j casual way, but Elizabeth learned that  he Was still pursuing the course he had  mapped out and that bis rich uncle  had recently died and left his great  wealth to an impecunious distant relative, who was quite willing to keep-  tils hands clean from toil."  Two years afterward Elizabeth was  visiting a school friend in Cleveland.  It was early in September, and.tha  following day would be the one dedicated to labor. There-was to be a  great street parade, and Buth DaltonV  father, a prominent newspaper man,  ���������.*������������������ ������*S���������anlti I���������tt-ssmmatizr*  ***  +H_  nrnlbpf-  ...ao. \mm.\f^. ji. ..Xm^f, m.m Km\m   ...    .....    jfc. .*.,,������������������������. Im  ."If yoii girls want to see18,000 wOrk-  ingmen on parade, come down to the*  Magnet office and you :can have a window ail to jrourselves. i know Ruth  Is a'little democrat. How about you,  Miss Elizabeth?"  . "I would like to see the parade. Mr.  Dalton." she said, coloring faintly.  It was a bright, hot Monday, and th������  streets were" soon filled with a restless  crowd of onlookers. The two girls  went down to the Magnet office in the  Daltons*.automobile, and when it drew  up at the curb Mr. Dalton hurried  forth to meet them*  "You will have to stand on the curb  after all," he said. "The crowd is so  dense here that it Is impossible to see  well, from our ground floor windows.  It you'd rather not I'll take yon. down  to an office in the Tower building."  "Let us stand here," cried Ruth, and  as Elizabeth added her plea Mr. Dalton took bis place beside them and  gave them some Idea of the magnitude  of the organization which was about  to pass before them. Tbe girls became  deeply Interested, and when the first  notes of the band .ounded in the distance Elizabeth's, heart flattered curiously. She told herself that the next  best thing to seeing Andy Gaylord  once more would be to observe tho  passing of the trades to. which he had  apprenticed himself. Sbe would feel  In closer touch to him after that, for  ber prldo had been melted in the  scorching heat of a love Bho could not  I  ���������������������_Ha 00___ _T_T.**  Btadsen Bay Company First Worked  ths 2Sl_.es.  Tie little town'of Na__is_o, -whisk  gas been the storm eentre of labor troubles in British Columbia, lies on the  east coatst of Vancouver;Island, about  7������ miles by water from viotoria, the  ea_itai city of the Province.  ?lt is ox_ik6 any other town or eity  la the Dominion, ia physical appear-  C_.se. The streets are narrow, and  twist and iuffi. up hill aad dswa aill���������  It Is for all the world a model of a  Kor th country mining town, dumped  ������OWu in this beautiful spot on-the  Paoiflo Ocean.    Y>  The   population   lp   nine-tenths   old'  country stock from the North of England,  Dig,  au-ky miners/whose fathers  were miners before them.  The mines were worked by the Hudson Bay Oo. in the old days, and their  eld, - cs'and, whitewashed bastion still  stands on Front Street, overlooking  the Bay. "*���������'���������.--.'  The Hudson Bay Co. worked the  -mia.es with Indian labor for the most  part, and in a very crude manner, for  some years, using the product for do-  saestio purposes.  An English company purchased the  ���������mines and brought out "a large body  of English miners from Northumberland and Du-ham.     '  The Haraaimo coalfield area covers  a space of about twenty square miles,  the main -workings being along the  shorn of the Gulf of Georgia, the body  of water whioh divides Vancouver  Island from the mainland.  . Bome of these workings ru_**far out  under the Pacific Ocean, and the lower  levels go to a great depth, but they  are remarkably free frofct coal gas,  which is generally so prevalent in coal  mines of this description. The old  town of Nanaimo itself is honeycombed with tunnel shafts and: old disused  workings, and aa occasional subsidence occurs to remind the inhabitants of the dangers amongst which  they live.  They ' are a sturdy bunch of men  these North country miners or *-- Geor-  dies," as", they are known locally,  expert  in  the  handling  of   dynamite,  Don'ts For 8umm������i*VY  Bea't forget to leave o������ your over-*  coat. A careful observance of this  rule *5Tlll be found to be exceedingly!  conducive to the acceleration of the,  evaporation of the perspiration. j  Don't become heated. There are several excellent ways to keep cool, any  ������ne or all of which we heartily recom-  -rl-ktiA Tf>    -M    Krf*r������#v*v*1 ���������**.*������    V\*\n+nA    *frt    ciim.  *m*.-%0m*,\** Av     -K������      M&*_    *������--.A.JUl������>|      U-CUkVU     ***     ���������*������-���������-���������������  mer that causes by far t"ie lt?rgest part  of the discomfort j  Do������'t keep your head under water,  too long while in BWimmlng unless  you are wearing a diver's helmet. . The  exigencies of the human physiology require continuous and re.atively regular connection of the respiratory orifices with the osygen of tbe atmosphere.  Don't have a are In the furnace except for Turkish baths, drying paint,  entertaining Boston Indies, etc. Fur-j  nace^fires In tbe summer tend to raise  the temperature.���������Life.  t  OEDBB OF ST. -OH_?.  Caea For Psychical Research.  Both fat men and lean,  Ab we've all of ub seen,  Btill In country or town,  With a like choice o������ cause,  By the same common laws,  axust to die lay them down.  Now, these lean men and fat���������  Flesh counts not; we know that���������  While the story we tell  As they play out life's gams  In exactly the same  Sort of places must Jwell.  Tet thsSr dwellings are still-  Haunted ever at will  By gaunt shades thctcan boast .  That men's terror they've stirred.]  But *vho ever has heard ���������  Of a Jolly, fat ghost?  Here's a problem, my friend.  That Is queer without end:  Do fat folk spirits lack,  Or are fat men so flt  That to heav-en they flit  And then never come back? ,  ���������Chicago NeW-  Which   Was   Conferred   Upon   Three  Canadians the Other Day.  Tho Order of St. John of Jerusalem  had its origin in Jerusalem arid Acre  as an international lay confraternity  for the relief of crusaders. In 1798 the  order was expelled from Malta where  it had later become established.  After itBexp-ulBioii from Malta, what  is now known as the Grand Priory of  the   Order of   St. John   of   Jerusalem  in England was reconstituted, with the  ancient   gate    house    in    Clerkenwell,  England, and   what   remains   of   the  aiicient priory of St. John, as its chancery.    A royal charter was granted to  this reconstituted British order in 1888  by Queen Victoria? aad the first grand  priors were King Edward VII. and the  present  sovereign,    while   Princess   of  "Wales.    The work of the British order  consist in the control   of   St._^John's  Ambulance   Association   and   jfcsrigade,  and of the British Ophthalmic Hospital of Jerusalem.  I      The badge is a Maltese cross of white  I enamel, with a gold or silver lion and  1 unicorn  in   alternate    angles,   with    a  black watered ribbon.     The   order   is  i open to both sexes,  but    confers    no  precedence,    and   is    denoted    by    ���������o  initials.  AtANNY TRAYESMR  WILL      CKOOKS,   M.P.,     REDUCES  PACKING TO A ITSFE AST.  British   Labor   rariiamwutarian  Toured Canada "With Party of Legislators Carries a Chart Which Tells  Him Just Where Everything ,is in  Kis Iiu__������ge���������Ke Also Has a Stock  of Beal Preserves. ;  Will Crooks, the British Labor M.P.,  who has been touring Canada, is essentially a .home man. There is no plac������  dearer to his rugged heart than his modest little house in London. He putter*  in and around day in and day out, an4  in the evening t&i&es j^is ease ao u.i*  ��������� hearthstone beside his -wife.  When he left for his tour to Can-  ada, Australia, and South Africa with  the British Parliamentary partyt  which passed through the Dominion re<  P������rhapa That Helped.  Miss Carter bad not been successful-  with which explosive they have' been   fn  bringing young Mr.  Dodge to her.  ,SSe.*\ He stopped abruptly and looked  Ma&j f-v_J his sister's senslti^* fnce.  "Mr. Gaylord decided not to attend  the ipimo, then?" nshed Elizabeth In a  ��������������������������������������������� iiil>\������<r������        Mnnt-Mnn A*l     i^#^*������* Ar ���������  %iui.yuot   -.Ciuvo-j^v  ������*>/***--,.,  **Oh. he went with ua, but wo set  htm down at the station, and he's, gone  ������-_oroe,,r returned Tom with assumed  carelessness.  "Homo?'  echoed   Elizabeth,   sitting  *very rigid nnd whlto.   "Tou mean ho |  bas gonotq���������to,Chicago���������?",, :���������.. ;   :;  "Yes. Ho sent farewells to yop and ,  mother. Patbor and I tried .to per-  Mtiado bim to rorauln over Sunday, but  be said Uo felt the call and tbat ho better start In at his shop at once. He said ���������  pomot.hing about ft telegram and Important buBluoHS, but ho had so many  carcases thut I became auspicious and  told liim lio could go along Just on tbo  plain fact'thnt lio wanted to, and ho  Memcd relieved and went. I'm disappointed In Andy Qaylord," bo ended  with u uiy look at hla sister.  "In what way?' she asked qulpkly.  "Oh, ho Isn't a Bportl Wbat In tbun������  deration doos be want to throw over  his uncla'H fortuno and nil tho good  times be could bavo with'It and go  and grind in a mnchlno shop? I don't  wondor bis undo baa cut him off. I  would do tbo samo, only you know,  fceth, I really bellevo nt the bottom of  wy hoftrt tbat Andy's on tbo rigbt  truck." Tom loaned forward and spoko  confldohtlftily.  "In,what way?" lnqulrpd EUzaboth  coldly. , .  "Why, bo suys It's up to somo of us  chaps who havo tbo oducntlou to work  In with tbo Inborlnpr masses, wbo have  not had our ndvantnRos.*nnd;Iiolp placo  ergnnlzod |n,bor on nn uQual lighting  ground wltb orgnnlsied capita), Ho _  learning tho machinist's: trouo iu the  Falcon sliopo.**  "1 know It." returned Elizabeth  ���������rlsply. "Why should bis '��������� undo ob������  jectr������  ������.-���������������������������            ..   .������          c.m....%    r*f,mlnmM      tm    AV������������  *-lit>   ij.l.,..,  '-���������  m* tin* in-iiv.i-innf unUM of omnnlKefl  inpUnl-tlinfs why! lie conslderi-. that  Andy Ib a trnltor to the fnmlly stand-  arrtrt Tbo (hiylordH pild������������ tbomsolvea  /*_ thoir white liaudii, and mnchln**ry  cast out \  Division after division passed, nnda_  Elizabeth watched them she admitted  that thousands of these men looked ns  Intelligent and carried themselves with  as niimii -tri'flco and dignity aa many  men in ber fashionable set at home.  If Andy Gaylord had chosen to become ono of them, to throw himself  into the ranks of a great army whero  brainy leaders wero needed, why���������-     J  "Here como tbo men from tbo Pal-!  con shop ln Chicago," remarked Mr.  Dalton e-relesBly, and Elizabeth caught  her breath as a line of men swept  flown tho street ;  Her eager eyes scanned tbo faces of  the men as they passed by ln a wavering line. Then, all at onco, tho wbolo  world Boomed to turn upside down and  tbo facca to danco In a gray mist  Then tho mist cleared away, and tbe  faces wero passing, sat -steadily ahead,  nil savo ono���������thnt of the man on tho  end of tbo Uno nearest tbo curbstone.  Andy Gaylord'a brown eyes \vor_  gazing incredulously, wistfully, Into  bars. -As bo passed und seemed to go  out of hor llfo again sbo called.  I "Andy, Andy, como backl"  1 "I will!" ho called back lustily, nnd  tbo fow who bad hoard tho words  abovo tlio music smilod at each other,  for romnnco la ln ovory lioart.  Tbat iilfiht whon bo bad found ber  nt Mr. Dultou's house and ber friend*  bud glvou blm tin opportunity of t.i'O-  Ing ber nlono ho hold out his hands  to her.  [   "You called mo, Elizafcotb," ho Bald  quietly^  Sbo  came   towurd   him,   blushing,  tromblhig.   Por u momont she looked  flown at bis hands.   Thoy wero strong,  capable hands, clean  3Miero woro calloused  tma thoro were truces ot' olu cum lroiuj  keen c(l_cd tools nnd now and then ft'  flno lino of black that was Inf-ralned.  ]  ICllznlicth looked down nt thom, nnd'  (lion -lio bent gracefully, and, taking  Mm w/*.vlr worn bnni1������ It* b������r own **infr. I  white ohm**, sho laid hor lips flint on1  ono and thon on tho other.  "My npology to tho noblest hcrltng*  ���������od hns bestowed���������labor," nbo will**-  pored in* he took Jinr In bit* nrm������.  familiar since first entering the mine  as pit;bpys. Tho United Mine Workers  of America, a powerful miners* organisation from, the other side of the line,  are blamed for much of the. present  trouble.  "Most of the-inmes in  the   town oi.  Nanaimo itself    are    owned    and con-,  trolled by a large San Francisco cor-  /porati6n.   The Western Fuel CompaTi-y^,  who purchased, from the? English Com.-  ?pany" at a very low rrjigure, and have  since taken out  an immense  quantity  of   the "black   diamond,", and   from  which  they   have  reaped    some    huge  ���������profits.    Soft coal on the Pacific coast  is as dear as hard coal -i Toronto, definite the fact that it id there for tha  digging.  If there is one man who can command the miners' attention and respect it is their late member for the  Legislature, Jimmy Hawthornethwaite_  who in past years gained a wonderful  ascendency over them, and whose de-  -psrture from.?, their midst they ha.v������  never since ceased to mourn.  Tixs*"- are no ''res^ect'srs of persons"  these miners, and the provincial premier, Sir Richard ?MeBride, has undergone many a "severe heckling at the  hands of these rough men, and had to  retire leaving them the field.  ; The' little vHlage of Cumberland,  some 50 miles north along the coast,  is the scene of other coalfields, the  Dunsmuir Collieries, Limited, owned  and controlled by the Mackenzie and  Mann interests. They have also had  considerable   troublo   with    their    em-  ?loyes' from the same causes and  rom the custom of the mine-operators  in employing Chinese labor underground contrary to the Provi-acial Statutes, which has been a souvco ol  much heart-burning amongst the  miners.   *,   A New Inspector.  Dr. John Waugh, who has been recently appointed by tho Ontario Government chief inspector of public and  separate schools for tho province, is ono  of the foremost educationaists of the  w���������..������_���������      ....j. ��������� ^   J*....  %?..  ../������l.s\l.iva*t������ir\  n������1 fl  JJU1IUU1V/U)    11\0U\JIX    X\f.      ...m    m^mJ-^.-.^.l,}    .".-IM  ability and his extensive experience in  school work, having been for many  years public school inspector iu Ontu-io  county and later nnd more recently inspector of continuation classes for tho  province.  Dr. Waugh comes of good old Scot-  | tish ancestry and was born at Lang-  ( holm, Dumfrieshire, Scotland, in 1801.  Ho camo to Canada when a young man  and was educated at tlio Barrio Col-  logiato Institute and tho (St. Catharine's  Oollogiato,  tho  Ottawa Normal School,  nmiA   'IV\������>.-iv.-���������/-.   TTviSvnrK.'+'v'   lwuniY  tVin  *Mii������  feet and In consequence felt a little  spiteful.toward him. 7 {  One evening tbey were having quite  a serious talk In the library. {  "Do  you  tbink,"   asked  the young"  man, "that men progress after death?"!  "Well," respondedi the girk "If theyj  don't It would almost seem useless for?  some of them to die."-���������Harper's Wag-?  In a Railway Station.  The gateman bade lier hasten through,  "Aboard!" somebody loudly cried.  She turned '���������* bid a last adieu  To him wl.   lingered at her side. ���������'���������'*  "Come on'.   Come on'!" the gateman said. ���������  "It's time to start!   You'll have to r������flS"i  Her sigh was deep, her lips were red.  The man beside her bent his head. -:  And then���������and then���������the deed was done 1/  There wa   a roar of steam, a jar;"-   .  The gateman grimly closed the gate;  Men on the observation car  ���������.'���������'..  ��������� Beheld her turn-rlt was too late!  Her satchel dropped upon the floor;  Her ticket fluttered in the air;  Her lips went up to-his once, more;  The scowl the angry gateman wore  "Was awful, but they didn't care.  ���������Chicago Record-Herald.  Sho Waa Called-"Alice."  "I'Can't en 11 you by your flrst name,"!..  said the new mistress, "for lt Is tne  jsnme ������s mino���������Alice���������mid might be  confusing io my hUKbimd. Do you'  mind if we call you by your last  namei"  "Ob. no. indeed, ma'am." replied tbo  new mnid; "I'm quite used to it"  "And what is it. please?"  "Darllug."~St. Louis Post-Dispatch.  Coming In.  The Ontario Government" is assisting  materially in the solution of the servant girl problem in the Province. A  boat load of Highland lassies with  fresh glowing countenances and wearing spTigs of heather in their buttonholes reached Toronto recently on  a direct route from the Old Land. Be- ?  fore the day was done each had found  a place, and many who had sought  their services were left disappointed.  As it was, some ? of the newcomers  go to all the quarters of Ontario.  Some answered the call in places as  far west as Sarnia, and others accepted positions which had been  waiting in rotation for weeks past.  The colonization department of i__  Government claim that it is impossible to satisfy the demand for persons of the capable and healthy type  which are being periodically brought  out.  Already this summer 3,500 domestics  have been introduced . to Provincial  households-through the medium of the  department and Superintendent H. A.  MaeDonnell is. preparing for some  large contingents; yet to come.  Tho forty who arrived the other day  came via s.s. Letitia and the G.T.B.  The majority of .'."theia? horo character  testimonials and all .are successfully  passed medical examination.  Maay Brave Deeds.  Of women's brave feats of endur-:  ance in the Western farming country  there are numerous instances. One of  the first settlers in the bush country of  Western Alberta feH sick with, pneumonia.: His wife, took care of him all  through a long winter, not another soul  within reach, and meanwhile kept the  larder supp'ied with game she shot with  her own rifle. 0_e?3_ight a, lynx came  to the little clearing in?which; their  shack stood, and the same unerring rifle  brought him down. x  ! A settler in the northern part of the  same province went in the first week  of March to Ed_loutoti, to get a new  supply of provisions, leaving his wife  alone with four children..-..He was delayed, and for .over a month the lone  woman held to her post, with the little  stock of provisions growing daily less,  until she and her children were on the  verge of starvation. Two timber inspectors at length found them, reduced  to very near the last extremity*, and  through their * offoTts they were taken  care of,-barely in time.  WIIX CROOKS.  M.F.  cently, he carr-ed with him a heavy con������  signmont of baggage. It was observed  by one of the newspaper men in  the party that Crooks was able to tell  juBt in what part of his luggage to  look for any given object. There appeared to be some trick about it, and  at last Crooks explained.  '' See this little card here)''.?he?saids  drawing odt a diagram from* his  pocket, ''well,?that is a list of every-  :t_ing. I have, together with marks  showing in just which bag and which  part? of which bag the thing is.  Cough" drop's? Yellow portmanteau,  ���������Docket ''No.'."''2, lowerY side. ?S-ppers,  IbagNo. 5, bottom. Olean hankies, black'  .satchel, and so on."  Then .he?poi*_ted to one very heavy-  looking grip,  ':���������' Quess wot's in. itf'' he said.  ?    "Can't.:-' ���������  "Can't, y'f    Well, It's preserve*���������  'ome made-r-by m* Wrure."  "Preservesi'/  "Aye^r-reid preserves, none o' yonr  facto-ry-maderjaia./*' ? 7  And it ?was so.? But" When the bell  boy Caihe Tto?;iremove the luggage he  didtrii-t'.;..carry*?tho'" -preserves." - WiU  Crooks had it,? and walked circum-  Bpeetly, too. ^*  The Auto Advs.   -...������������������.  Though slim my purse,  Soipphow It Binds  ���������My heart'to read  The auto ads.  ��������� ���������Birmingham Age-HerolC  I read thi������ny ere  Bleep steals o'ur mo, ���������  A -|H   ..ll   r������I���������I.-   1^. .m ���������  1 drive one free.  -Be  ton Transcript  And when o' morns  To work I walk  I dodge the horns'  imagined squawk.  ���������Waco News.  and Toronto University, boing tho Mu-  lock scholar in clftrssiert and tho ilrsfc  honor man in-Latin and Crook in 18S8.  Ha took his tlogroo of bachelor of  pedagogy in 1805 and that of doctor of  pedagogy in 1808. Ho wns clnHsienl  master at tho Orillia High School in  1808 and fillod tho positions of head  master at tho Orillia High lohool, tho  Collinjjwood and tho Brnntford High  Behoofs and tho Whitby Coll'-ffiato In-  stltuto boforo boing ��������� apriinted in-  Bpoctor of publlo Bchools i'or South Ontario.  Livo Tiger on "^oc .  A llvo tiger which stalked unchained  on tho docks of tho Ouzxo during all  tho ilfty-throo duya tho v easel wan in  paaoticro from Punta Arenas to Montreal, Imd no terrors for tho intropld  Norwoglivn crow, who dubbed tho junglo  beaut "Spotty," and who romped with  hi iu ua uucoricc���������l���������llt���������UlJ, ua if ho v.tiii a  tomcat.  "Spotty" is a cub oniy  two months  old.     Ho   was picked   up   when    tho  vessel put Into Costa Men, for bunk-������, ,��������� on ||l0 wnurt..,'  orn on tho way, from San Francisco to       ,iWiint n.ni/nu  Punta Arenas last May.   Ho wuh only w"nt n,nU0H  two weeks old at that trmo, and was  Ouchl  "Why am I gloomy?" demanded the  limit's!rn!iU> ndmit't-r, to whom ttk������������ had  given tbe cut dlnu-t. "Isn't It enough  io maI'-i one gloomy to bo cut by ono  hp Iovo'h licsr?"  "The .Idcii." ox did mod the hoartless  Rlrl. "f didn't even know that you  shaved yourself."��������� Catholic Standard  Rod Times,  At Singapore and Timbuktu.  When I lived at Singapore  It wuh HoniothlnR of a bora  To receive thu bulky  QeRiitua who camo  .ti-'iiiclllnj*- io my do- r  They kopt gettltiK Into tnnglen  With their l)lncl������-hnn(������lf>-biinirlfs,  And the tiger unod to blto them as he *m������  upon tha door.  ���������1nf*rln������  . When 1 lived In Timbuktu  Almost every ona 1 knew  Used m piny  upon  tho i���������cl.lnit,  toodlo-dooillO'doo,  And they made ecstatic ballads  And conunnmd seductlva iinlads  Mad������ of chicory and hickory  nnd other  things that grew.  -ArcriTinMt  A Standing Excuse.  "I fonr that my authority us a futher ���������  Open Northern Bivors.  Certain rivers in northern Ontario  .have become clogged up with driftwood  during their long histories of unuse-  fulnoss and th������ Ontario Department  pf Colonization Boads has a proposition  under consideration for opening them.  Mr. G??W. Bonnott, Superintendent of  that , department; leaves to-morrow to  investigate tho 'possibilities of navigation through /-'.-tho Driftwood and  Mount. Joy Rivers, connecting Lako  Abittibi with Other Waterways running  -CU*h      +livn,if������*l,       ���������Vo   '   nAtt-lAi-1     diutriftt-li  around Porcupine  and  Cochrane  with "  tho purpose of opening a now lino of  -aavigntior.  for  the  pulp v.*ood  ia  tho  : Abittibi district to the now pulp"' mills  ! under construction   at   Iroquois   Falls,  | noar Porcupine.  i Anothor Tragedy.  ! Whon the people aBsemblo on tho battlefield of Chrysler's Farm this month  to commemorate a great tragedy they  will witness somo of tho tragedy in  connoction with farm life in Ontario today for on tho second day of tho celebration, August U8, a farm containing  27G acres and comprising about a third  of tho battlo ground wiU bo offered for  sale by public auction. Tho ownor, bocauso of scarcity of labor, feels com-  polled to givo up what ia one of tho  iinost farms in EiiBtern Ontario. Oa  thiB farm, with its fine rcsldcnco and  Bplendid outbuildings, tho Chrysler's  Farm monument stands. Tlio ownor of  tho farm will leavo Ontario and take  up a homcBtoad in tho Wost.  Fought With Mackencio.  Johu Wilkinson, 103 years old, dio_  at the Iloyal Alexandra Hospital in Edmonton rocontly from erysipelas.  Ho wa fitakcn to tho hospital two  woolen ago. Ho was born in Ireland  nnd camo ~ to Canada with his par-  cntD when ho was novou years old*  Thoy located at York, now Toronto.  ITo fonj-jht In tho r*>b<>lHon of 1K37-H  undor William Lyon Mackqnzio. Ho  was a member of tlie Orange Ordi-r for  77 youi'M uud a son for 80. His eldest  ���������on died hist year at tho ago of 70.  The Tear of Drake.  A writer in the?London Chronicle  says: _' 'No publics7monument is needed  to keep alive among Mexicans the memory? of ~ Sir Pranois Dretke 's exploits in  Central and South America. Travelling in Mexico in 1904. Mr. Edward  Smith records that he "heard a woman 7 calming a tempestuous child by ���������  saying, 'AM viene Drake!' (Hers  comes Drake!) I made, minute inquiries, and found that it is a common threat ���������**> children on tho Mexican coast, like unto 'Bony will get  you!' or,'Tho Black Douglas shall.get  you!' Fancy people still living ^n  terror of seeing Drake's topsails - on.  the horizon." \  As to Mr. dCburchill's rofor������Jnco to  Sir Francis Drake ao tho flrst "introducer of tho potato," it may be recalled .that, on tho markot place of  Offonburg, a little town in the Grand  Duchy of Baden, Standing in the centre  **4   0*    MMAf>4   vtr\in4-������\,^������>Ami--in*   ..{C|4"������������S/������4-     -fTlOVA  SJ*.     _V    m.m U|*V     UUWM'I'W    f^m **  ���������>���������> +**ly     mmmmt w.-w^j     --- - _   ������  "was erected in 1853. a very rindaomo'  statue to Drako as "tho introducer Of  tho potato luio Europe-, A.D. 1CS0." But  It is just poE3iblo that this statuo was  eot up to tl wrong mau, seeing that,  according to Chambers, tho Spaniards  had introducod tho tubor from near  Quito at tho beginning of the sixteonth  Bontury, and that Sir John Hawkins also  brought it to England from Virginia  In 3503 ��������� 2.1 yeni*B beforo tho importation ascribed lo Drako.  Thoy woro strontf,. ; brought up on milk by ono, of tho lire- iu������u task about lho no  n, but not white.I | men, whoso property ho iu. "Spotty]' born that ho haa to alto  *d spots, nnd hor*1 'hns  travolod  in   all   climates   In    hits    the boy ncouts." *��������� Blr  whojl -.-������-;*, ������3 the ���������C1,.ir"> mnnilod  Capo Horn to Punta Arenas, and then  cronscd tho equator while on tbo long  tiip to Moutroul.  you think roV*  "Every time 1 tell in., won to doiflomo  llttlo task about tho Iiouhi* ho rcmem  tend ������ muster of  iiilugbnm Ago-  H������r?.l>J!.  n   m n n  UtUUCL-.  Only XJudor Blroes.  1 >-���������  I   m\,l.   wmih������   tfl  unrlouH clrcum-  . . ^..... j  o-ri'iMit  in   vow  UnlenB IIo'b Last.  No rmnn mnn tnltns nway un umbi-11*  ur hat woino than his own.  Wledom.  ���������/"tier* was n mnn In our town.  And li_-w������s woiulroiu wis*.  Ilm novfir loft his nvtm-nat  *n*rnii,������a b������ annv hlun hIiIuK..  ��������� Druivnr licipubiici-'  ���������aPhere was a man In our town.  And It* wns wondrous win*.  Ho n*v*r mlssad sn opportunity to ������������������vui'tU*.  ~Kr������mmllog Nawa.  Taking Too Many 3?ish.  Owing to tho ruuh of vlnitorB   from  tlio  United   Stilton,  flnh  in   Loughboro  and Dog Lukes uro flint diHupncurinir,  and rosldouts of that district will likely  ���������p^tHl'"*-' fhw OovfvniniMit to ri'Hlirii*ti  Amoricans from ilnhing hi Uioho waters  for n period of five yoara.  It in claimed thnt, flah are being pulled out by wholesale  Dantrcrons London.  London streets* are growing moro mm*  1* I 'I f> 9       I m m    ,     ^ ... , ��������� .. ,.  1^'wlVU^    . ,  ..^     (_���������....        -._    ....... ,    .. .. ^  wore killed aud ton Injured In traftlo  accldontn In the Xlotropolitiin nrfn. Liint  vi'hv tlirt i pures woro 037 aud ������0,000  respectively.  Tho Piist Pollticnl Cabinet.  Georgo I. ia said to hnvo been re-  tponsiblo for tho word "cabinot" as it  haB long applied to politics in English  epoakj'-g .ds. Whon 1") was King he  could not kd'pnrt in tho dolibcratlonj  of his own privy council because ho  know no KngHsh. British statesmen  did not spoak German. So tho ministers who served this ftrst of tho Hanoverian sovereigns of tho United Kingdom used to troot in tho King 'b privata  , room,   or   cab.net ��������� derived from > tho  SVouok cabinet, or llttlo room  - while  lio was absent. Afterward thoy Informed him of tho result of thoir dis*  . cuBsions. It followed, .naturally, that  tho part of tho privy council whlcll  'van supposed to bo in pnrticular favor  with tho King, and especially close, to  him, oamo to bo spoken of aa his cabin?1  council.  ���������  ? it  .. .  Morris Wan Hxploflve.  On ono occaalon when William Mor*  ris was painting an Italian model,, in  Rod Lion Street, Lor don, Bomo on*  cMled   at   tlio   door.     Xforrin left .hla  (minting, nnd prcBontly hlu model hoard  dm furloualy aiuaUomatbing. Whon  ho roturnod he waa in a tr omen clous  rage, rushing about tho room like, s  madman? In a momont ho' took, a  flvln- kick at lhe door and amashcdi In  * pnnol. Th������ moduli In frlffht, itarted  to*floo, but Marrla Uivnod toward him,  tho rage suddenly evaporating, and  "���������old gonlnlly: "It'a all right���������it'a all  right! Something had to givo way! **  The palntlnri wns thon rw.ru..jd.���������-  "WIlAam Morris���������-A Ctudy ln V r������o������-  anty."  They Mand Kanlly.  Thoro nre moro broker* hearts la liUr  fttur* tli nn In lif*. ���������?'  titi  "SHS5S���������S5  ^5?  '������������������''^���������Y'^-.'-ri'^a?^  ���������Yv.7-.*Y:*7;'r.i'.';.  BH-.'.i^''jii;l.!.''--^'''W'^^^^?^^^^  .-.j^v..v>ilV..-'ir.,/������5a^^^'...,r....... '-'c.".'.-"r^--^-^:  ..���������-.vn.,i-rr  THE   CBESTON   lUSVIEW-    CJ^Si^-*?,    B; C-  Comprising 125 Acres  GRANDFORKS, B. C.  \Peas*&   j^g^g^t BST 'WS^KTBTet   *"*****  m^ab   m   __���������__--.. m _r"aj-iiurifiiiniinji'   Ohe^^le^  QUAft A&iTEED HOSySE DROWSE  Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trader"  Established IdOObythe HON. MARTIN BURRELL  Minister of Agriculture  (ALL STOCK DELiVERED TO YOUR RAiiGH AT CATALOGUE PRICES  UUv_|JV**_l  'c.euarea-  For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON, Agent, Creston, B. C.  rfjgjj-fSSSfc-  ymvKs>  ���������>-***w  ��������� J  VV1MV  <_^ii������erts  That the  Best Women  Are not always the most  loved. lUliically considered  and as uplifters of degenerate  man they are most admirable.  BUT . . so far as our limited experience goes, we . ,  do . . most . . certainly  lean to the opinion . . (careful naw!) that the woman who  Really makes a man happy  is she vho remembers to always use our  Braiids of Tea  f *i 11 ��������� m m ������������������   ���������  lAPK SON'S  Cash Store  PAT RON IZE  THE OLD   RELIABLE  W-MWBIWIIII1II      VISUM  Live and let live prices:  HORSESHOEING  New shoes, per team... $5.00  Setting ,.     2.80  General  yW   MEI^HANT  Agent for House of Hobberlein. Toronto  See our Fall and Winter Line of Samples for Suits made to please you   ~  A  E. WELL  M'"*������ "ll���������HJCIBUJB���������  ss  I IIWHS.U     IIUUUL  RffS  UL.L.U  mm HOUSE  PfnTURF SHQW  EGG   EATING   HENS.  0' .oi'Su-  brook, brought a moving picture lantern  to town Wednesday and put on a live-  reel show in Grady Hull.  The home was literally parked and  although the niiinn^etnent bad procured  o.ery available chair thero were many  people who bad to stand up or go awny  UiSiippOl ii t Ou.  Although working uuder all kinds of  disadvantage?, iu crs;_iped quarter?,  with a small curtain, and two josts iu  the hall, the piclnres were very good  nud were liberally applauded from time  to time.  The pictures themselves were of a  uIhsb that  all   could   enjoy   aud   none;  m uresion  Billiards and Pool  Darner m\  Hot or Cold Baths  "At Any Hour   %  Cigars and Cigarettes       Razors Ground aiid Set  SAM HM"Fl^  **s? S       _ 5   m   3       s .- . s a       _ a   ��������� B        a   \mmwm i_^.-H#* J  I ':       i ,%0.9^9  SOMETHING THAT EVERY  THEATER SHOULD HAVE  cnuDert oyrnpnony  Orchestra  IS__   _*___  IV   J1011  Sat Nov, 1st  ss  ___-_:_-__  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������#��������������������������������������������������������������� #���������#������������������#���������#���������  t FRUIT TREES  AND  ORNAHENTALS  Coldstream Estate Nurseries  VERNON, B. C.  l������t_-t_tti-M--MlM__  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name. We carry all the leading varieties most  suited to this district. Our specialty is budded slock  on three-year-old whole roots.  All Stock delivered to ranch at prices quoted  ^       For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  ^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^*S ^~Jl> <^^ ������J  A  Very   Bad   Habit  Caused   by  Over*  feeding With  Grain  Rations.  Tbe habit some heus bave of eating  the eggs as they lie in the nest is very  annoying to tbe owner. Tbis bad habit  is usually caused by overcrowding,  lack of exercise and the use of nests  j that are too low to tbe grouud and too  ligbt. Tbe habit rarely is found among  a flock that ia on free range or that  ls given proper bousing aud a wfell  balanced ration.  It is sometimes caused by feeding  too djucu gram,, when'the tiens eat tu5  eggs in an effort to obtain meat food.  As a rule, the ben first acquires a  tas'te for eggs by peeking at a soft  shelled egg or oue tbat bas been broken in the nest  It is bard to cure a ben of this bablfc  oncei.she has acquired a taste for tbo  eggs. The best tiling to do is to sell  her or eat her. If you wish to try  breaking tbe bird of tbe habit tbe most  successful methods are either to use  a number of china eggs or "loaded  eggs" in your nest where the bird will  be sure to find them. After several  unsuccessful attacks on tbese eggs the  ben will probably become discouraged  and leave the rest of theni alone.  The most effective way of preventing bens from acquiring tbe habit 18  to feed a balanced ration nnd compel  plenty ������f f-Yoivlsp., to build the nest"?  dark and about two feet from tho  floor, and constriu-t them ro that thero  is no dangor of the eggs being scratched out on the door uud broken.���������Homo  and Farm.  J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C. <���������  . ������/-*-*-*.������-    _i w\*l       *fn-fa 1 &       ������������������������������ ���������I* n)wi ____  *_-Wh-_v*   a_s-ava.       ���������������������������_���������������������>        i> tti_|        ������������_*������.������.       a*        ������* uc*   ������*  matter of genuine regret wbeu the operator was compelled to draw* the entertainment to a close owing to Lick tf  gas.  The Company assures ns that they  are at present engaged in trying to  make arrangements to put on a show  hew a-fc least   once a- week   and if the**  cau so  &���������"fiiGge &_a>ii>.ers   wi*!  Saturday "November 1.  ther announcemeuts.  Watch for fur  At one of the theaters where the  Schubert Concert corripany played  j recently Mr. Piucell, the violinist; was  talking to the stage manager and casually inquired "how about the ac-  coustic properties of this ** theater?"  The stage manager hesitated puzzied  for a minute and replied, "Gosh! I  dou't believe we've got any. Ye see  the last troupe we had here was a  minstrel show and them darn fellere  jest naicheiiy swiped aii the props  they couiu iay the^r hands on and I  reckon tiiey got away wit them "cow-  s'ick properties   tew?"  -tinUURJi UHUIibri  HAS AilHSAISl  The Seventh Anniversary of tin  organization of the Creston Methi)  dist church will be held Sunday, JNnv-  ember 9rh 10:30 a.m.- and 7:30 p.m.  TheRev. W, B. Dunham of CranlnrooU  15* C, will preach, rit both services.  A fli'st class Sacred Concert willlx  given,in the church Monday eveninp  November 10th. Program will start  at 8:15 p.m.    AdniisBion 25 cents.  SHED  FOR   MILK  CANS.  and  Of   Great    Benefit    In   Shipping  Storage.  It Is a great convenience to have  milk cans on a level with tho -wagon  which Is to draw tliom to tho factory, and it Is a good plan hIho to  havo tbo platform covered by a shod.  This Is especially useful In rough  weather and during tlio wlntor.  Tho Illustration shows a shed which  has proved popular In many dairy see-  mj_n__y tf-fc B B       _____y_f_| &*���������_**-P*-**^. a_a  w w GfiBB      E    C&Bi^wii  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  GalaomlniiiK. Painting, Papni-haiigiiig Carriage and ."-I'M painting.  Lot ma givo yoa ad vie* and cHtinifiU*-'! nn youi- work. All work guar.  an teed to give aatiHfaction.  narry   Leonard  Shop on Sirdar Ave., in the Old Poole Store  YOU WILL t_AV_ MONEY BY GETTING MY ESTIMATES  ���������-i&l  SllKO TO  I'llOTlCO-  J.UI-C OANH.  tlona of Ciuiada. Tbo door Ih not oh-  Hontlnl, hut In very iiMoful In kooplng  out (lies diii'lnu Ibo hiiiiiiiht. Ii Im  1>iiIIt of light inntei'liil eovcicd wiih  wire Holli nud hung on Hprlnjr hln������;<>H  HO tlH lo cloSO ItHL-lf.  A building of (IiIh kind eoniplH,. W|ll  oont  only  a  trlllo compared  wllh  Hh  n.iim     .ii������u,    ii.     |/.iiuuu,      n.n     1.1,,(,    im'  Reserve Thursday,   October  30 for  he Knights of Pythias Ball.  A. Cnrran ami Cii-i-ulal.ion M-nmger  Patch of the Daily News at-ilV come in  on the train Wedm-isday and wrote up  tho Fail*. They returned by Tliui'Hilay'.s  'brain. In tlie exciteiuent. of saying  goo<l-by to his minioi-ons i'lieiiila hero  Mr. Patch forgot bis poi-Linanteaii.  MBA1F0-EST  PuOiGI^BQSpp  "The   Forest   Prohuota    Laboratory  now   being  established at MoGill  has  Printing as yon like it at the Orestofi"  Review. -  Buy rivet'ed stovepipe now from  3MBREE the kind that will not'eome  part price 15 cents a length.  The Ladies Gnild -of Christ Ohuroh  ire making extensive preparations for  ���������heir annual bazaar whieh will take  place on Thnrsday, December 4. The  Indies are pirttoularly interested at  oresent in trying to arrange for a display ot entirely new and specially attractive goods and the pnblio will find  opportunity to purchase innumerable  aVi<iCL6S ncrvi.cGt*-.~,��������� crivuCr ������or nso or  presentation.  Rubber shoos aud  gum boots at A.  Mirabelli.  CARD OF THANKS.  Wo extend our most, rloop felt, thnnkR  and approsiation to all who by   thoir  thonghtn and notions showed us nnoh  marked attention and Rympiithy in onr  boroavemont during fcho laRfc rito in ������1In-  pising of onr beloved, MONNA HOS  OROFT to    tho final   earthly   routing  placo on Ootober 20th   lOr.'l.  A dovotod and beloved wife.  A lender Mother.  A vorv much ohwiflhob Danghtor, and  and gronMy affontionatn .Ounghtbr.  JOHN HUSOROFT.  MR. and MRS   O. ,T. WICKN.  OTiGA WJOKN'.  MONROD WIGICN.  When you want vour noxt job of  printing done, no matter wbat tho job  is, bring i������; to the Reviow ofllco. Wo  giiuiaiiteo a lirnl,.elanH job and our  prices are right.  Mrc. Mike Hnnnimpor arrived in CrcH  ton Tnoflday' tovir.it her Mother and  Father, Mr aiid "Wru, Cnmei-nn  Found in the Rnx Theater, Oi-iinln-ook  September IH during tho fair, a, pniHO  Hith Hinnll Hum  of iniiiiey.    Owiurcnii  atumps,  SiauS,  ftw       it a      ���������1\5_r������f-       J-V.O   ��������� *J1J-mXim.m   ..*   XUf.    .mm        m^jmrnm ������.���������*%!    WVMi.HU.W4 ..VI . BVO  bye-protluct8 or waste incidental to  lumbering operations; A6 present  over Beventy-flve per oent of a tree  is -wasted 7 either in the form of  cull logs and toT*'Q or sis'  edgings and sawdust. The  work to be accomplished ti hf <���������. -the  Laboratory will be Conservation in  its broadest and most practical aspect," writes Mr. A. Ct. Molntyreji  Superintendent ot the Dominion Fo-  reBt ��������� Products 7 Laboratory ?in?7.3tbi_?;  weeks issue of the Journal of Gom-r  merce, Montreal. What t_.ey?hopor'  to-do is well expressed? Joy" the following:���������"Instead of a sawmill only  there will be a; group of plants  in -which wood will bo converted  not only into lumber, but into  alcohol, paper and other-staples of  of commerce. From it in some cases wouid also be secured turpentine,  rosin and other valuable. oils and  gums?  7 >..��������� "   .      * ���������,  Mr. Frank Smith returned from Sand  Point, Idaho, Monday. ������������������.-'*.  Market the Waste.  Many Items on tbo farm, such os  cull fruit, small potatoes, wastes from  the kitchen and other things which  will not sell, find a good market  through the taog.���������Farm and Fireside.  ��������� Send for our priooe on furniture, wo (  pay tho   Ireight.    O  C. B.   *  Mih. Ste wait, and daughter Loonn  from Mriyornftr, Alta, nro visiting Mr.  and Mtu. II. V, Pu.Uoi- for u wook or  two.  Mr. Win. Gunn, from Field, B. 0.  arrived in UreHtuii. Monday and will  viHit, with old 1i-!ends for a fow days,  lie will f*o   from   here  to   Trout   Lako  v-.lit'1'e lii-i ]),iii'ir.S l'dsldc.  The other iwouing whilo waiting for  the oonoort, to b-glu Mr Purooll or tho  Hdniborfc Symphony club was talking  to thn inanai.r-1' of the t,houter and said:  ��������� Tonialifc, I* am g 'lag to uno a violin  that in over L'OO yearn old." Mr. Purcoll  wuh muoh iiiiniHiHl nt his reply, ub ho  wim verv ni-riio-iH imd werrb-d about it  "Wi'll���������, do tbe be*t. yon oan with it,  and nny In- limy   wou.l, know   the diff-  |I.I1UUU,  ......    a- #.....  .... . ...    ....... .  ......   I  (l ,   llliiv  unjii ilm il  iinni   V jwtiuinb JJJ>U-  JSSr.  THE HUM OFJHE HIVE.  Seo that all colonies have queens beforo it is too late.  If tbo bees are to bo wintered outdoors use chaff or doublo walled hives.  A blvo of bees will supply all tbo  honey tbo family needs nnd, besides,  pollenlzo tho fruit Nothing pays better In a small way.  A queen boo lives from two to live  years, workers from forty-flvo days to  six months, nnd drones seldom moro  than Ave weeks.  Thoro scorns to be abundant ovl-  donco that tho Italian bees do worlc  moro upon red clover than the blaclc  boos, nnd tbereforo that they do uavo  longor tongues. *  If boca nro tb"bo wlhterod In collar  put RovcrnI pieces of carpet or similar  material over brood frrimos. No cover  Is needed. Light should bo o-Cluded  from cellar. Damp collars can be kept  dry by aid of Mmo. An oil lnmp will  provide heat If needed and n window  or door opened in the ovcnlng will supply ventilation io roduco a bigb torn-  poraturo. '>  A Transportation Kink.  In moving a plow on tho farm toko a  two Inch plank about two foot long  and eight Inches wide.. Nail a horso-  shoo nenr tho front end. This will  catch tho point of lho plow, and tho  point will olldo along llko a sled when  tlio ten in is hitched to tho plow. Tho  front end of tho plank should bo beveled on tho under sldo so It will pass  I nnd Fireside.  tuym___. j.-������. uuui"!.  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