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Array nmBMi  warn  mm&  ���������   "������s'    ^x'^'j.'-li"^ ^To^^irt*^5sWKt_P^-*-i"-"  w - - ��������� t    r    i-" \- r*ri*T^t-wnp0J  .-,   ". Y~#r  "���������Tr  "il  .._��������� i rt-_*M������>-jrt_w������<_T_ri___ha-__M_MEii-i  ALL THE NEWS I  of the CRESTON!  . DISTRICT  A38 Roa������* in Bast and west Kootenay Lead to Cfreatoia  _^S' *  ' **   "IN 1\������ V 1  SENT������TO ANY  ADDRESS  FOR  S2.00 A  YEAR  No. 40, 5th Year.  CRESTON, B. C, : FiSiDAY.   OCT. 10    1913  f** - _,  S"������?x'  Singi.e Combs 5c  October 22, Date of Creston District s Fruit, Vegetabm afti Pdttltry Shcnv  Two weeks time and our sad Fall Fair will be over.  The measure of success which it shall attain is left to the  r * nchers and the ladies of the District to determine. In a  day or two the schedule of prizes will be ready and those who  wish for a copy should communicate at once with the Secretary, J. Heath.  The committee is glad to say that there is a goodly  number of special prizes to be awarded and they have had no  little difficult}' in placing them so that each section of the  show should not feel slighted.  It is whispered that for the lady winning the most first  prizes iu the show there is , but never mind,  wait until  ���������_������jr*\_*t   _*���������-_��������� jo- f lia   ������-*_���������-���������_������������_������    Mtff  V WI.   O-UV   IM**-     pilOV     LA_7fe-  *r J*  Now, pupils of the Packing School, get busy^ and see  how well you can put up 5 boxes of apples. Before tbe 22nd  yon have ample time to get these ready and these classes  should make quite a show in themselves.  And don't forget the Apple Packing Contest on the  show grounds. Fifteen dollars for packing three boxes!  Pretty good pay this. Don't forget though that entries  close on the 15th and that^all entrants in the latter must pay  $1.00 at time of making their entry.  For list oi classes see Page 8.  n   a si a-*-.  li"*.  ������*_* ���������#*������������������������  UfirW LAND 10  JPPLE bHUW  The Canada Land and Apple Show is  mm.1   n   mrnrntmrnrnXf.   f.m.Xnm.mmi^f.      tX   im   ���������-.    ~      -l'..<  .xx/l m |/i���������uuu vxxwx p% iokj. xv to wuj cur   *xi* *-  deud-seeking corporation. Every surp-  vus doiiar wiii be devoted io establishing scholarship scholarships in Provincial Agricultural  College?.  The object of the Land and Apple  Show is to direct attention to the resources of tha Domiuion of Canada and  provide tho farmer, the home-seeker,  the business mah aud investor witb  complete and authentic information  at  first hand of the wonderful natural  welth of the rich lauds" of the Dominion'  Winnipeg was selected for the first  Annual Laud and Apple Show by reason of its central location for the gathering together of the prndncts to be  shown. ^  Show will be held iu the large Auditorium- convention Hall of the Winnipeg  Industrial Bureau���������with 25.C00 square  feet of floor space���������situated in the very  hedrfe of Winnipeg.  Dates, October 10 h to 10 were  selected  I-..���������    ���������_.-.-. r,Aw       C  &���������*.-���������������     mm tf     j  LtW, <tCh-     _k        ������������������������--_ --_-M ��������� _-_S  l-V   lOU-UU    iMHU cau   ft.4_.f-o     v_v7  v*     ������-_-v*    ^_-������������-*-i_>j  graFs, vegetable .and fruit of the 1913  orop will be _ar������*t_fe?d a���������d rend* vfor display.  K. 0  r.  E  FOR A SILO SCAFFOLD.  Slrsctlens For Shaking Necessary Pert  Beginning ~ Monday  Oot  Lodge will meet every Monday at 8 p.  in. during the winter months.     Every  mm^.m*.m^mXmm*.mm   mmm       ���������������������*,������****_    +J*A    *���������/-.       V-A   *V--__-(--.If*    ���������__k^#b  Mondry, Special business to discuss.  90th the      Should any one be thinking of build-  [ ���������The C. O. S. ot Cranbrook is selling  Iron Beds with mattress aud spring for  $11  panylng cut might help in building  the scaffold. After tha foundation  wail Ss laid get five poles at least  eight feet higher than you expect the  silo to be. Set Inside of tbe wall deep  enough to hold onie**. In *o!ace.    _..������v  FOR SALE���������12 young pigs.  Spratt, Creston.  ApplyJ.  37-38p.  'Annual Thanksgiving Dinner tobt-  given in Auditorium on Oct 17 th From  6P.M. under the Auspices of Presby  teiau. Carch. AU welcome.  SPECIAL PRI2.ES FOR THE FAIR  *��������� ^  The Braokmau-Kos, Milling Co. of  Oalgary1' will -donate ^hre������. prizes for  bread made with the B. and K. Bread  Floor as follows:  fk**_ OO IK    ao/>lr   f(\m tat, &*���������**������������  ^f ...j  ��������� O ....   m..mmm    mm.   mmm  fmm.mm.  t    49 ������i    <������       ������ 2nd   *'  j������   2_ ������������    ���������������       ��������������� 3rd     "  .The  flour Ib _0r  sale   by their  local  agpnt Jacksons Cash Store.  Buy riVetted stovepipe now from  BMBRBE the kind that will not oome  apart price 15 cents a. feiigth.  Creston District fruit, vegetable and  poultry show will take place Wednesday, October 22nd.  When you want vour next job of  priutiug done, no matter what the job  is, bring it to tho Review office. We  guarantee a first-class job and our  prices are right.  Forty years in use, ������0 years the standard, prescribed and repps-amended by  physicians. For Womans ailments, Dr.  Mnrtei's Pills, at your druggist.  C. a S��������� SIGNAFIES CRANBROOK  CO-OP������BATIV������ STORES *  CITY MEWS  A' McKenzie.  of Gr6nl too'< is tatting  the place of Mr   W.McBain our Icier.)  ���������.'raggiet who is on a vacation trii to  pokane.  mmsmmmmmmmmm  m**        ���������      ���������p**-*     . mt  **^m .       _!_*;,_.__*^9     f-tj ^,^ltllt  *** -  at Merchandise Co was in town Monday -  tjitn Tuesday looking ever the jootatoe  Market.  Ik'r''    '    NjAN  RI AP.K   RHT  HP   -n-RP.A-nP  K?    of P. Lodge will meet on Tuesday  iogtead of Monday .this week.  Fred J. Sm> th passed through Friday on his return to Moyie fi-oin a  "isit to Ne'sbn. He l_fi for a trip to  the Bouadry Mou'iay-"  Tppi;^imp"i������B^K6otenjvy_Ionumeb-'  ���������:-���������?..  Woduesdry Ootober 15th thero will be  hold a Dust Pan Sooial in tho Methodist  ohuroh.  The Ladies Guild of Christ Church  are making extensive preparations for  their annual bns*nnr whloh will take  plnoeon Thhr������day, Deoembor 4. Tho  ladles aro particularly Interested at  proBout ln trying to arrange fora.dli*  pUy ot entiroly now and specially at-  trnollvo roocIh and lhe publlo will find  oppor'unitiy to purolniHO lunuuiuraule  artklns sorvloeablo oither for use or  presentation. . *  'Times are looking up sohool house was  washed twice in one week, once with  water, once with milk and water [both  from the same can).  A very pleasant dance was held  at the new.mansion erected by Otto  John Canyon City. Ia spite of the rain,  quite a large crowd turned but on Friday! Ootober 3rd, both fiom Canyon  City, Erickson; and Oreston*  Sincerest sympathy is extended to Mr,  and Mrs. Clayton, who have had a bad  time with sioknoss iu the house, but all  are now muoh better.  Mr. Mawson had a legacy of 95000 00  in the shape ot a daughter, "Monday  October 6th.  Ladies, Aid met at home of Mrs Melons* on Tuesday and arranged their  Foil worjf,  Mr Carlson leaves on Saturday for  | Crows'JSTobI;.  Mrs waylett is still improving, She  wonld need to, Mr waylett is foiling rap  idlvon his own oooijiHg.  Rapid fall iu milk. Pass along the  cream.  jfjR. M.Reid lert JSutu-day for Cran-  Ruturning Sauday.    Bi>h   ha*  ;e troublesome molera attended to be  adea discussing politics with tho Cran,  b^^boWLiberuIs.  j^ -  'tSkg*.  *r^   ______  CfUon'-ftn^-eocjbtnfifj  Heavy-lines, S by 4's; dotted lines, boards  to work bn; Ave small circles Indicate  position of support poles.  SCABTOiiD X���������S���������OB SIZiO.  [From National Slotikman and Farmer.l  the silo as high as you can from the  ground; then take 2 by 4's or 2 by o's  and build frame for scaffold as shown  .to cut  Leave plenty of room for poles to"  work easily; then floor as shown by  dotted iines in cut. Attach a pulley to  each pole and raise when ready. Then  spike a piece under scaffold on pole.  One scaffold does lt all- The scaffold" should have Just play enough to  let It slide up easily. Sometimes if It  Is too. loose a wedge to hold lt Arm  . while at work should be put ln.  3?ht-.Idea of .having the poles longer  than/ the silo, ls high ls to get pulleys  high;; enough for, last raise.���������National  -toeksaan.and. Fatmer..,. . ...  Recognized    by    Blackened    Veins   tA  Leaves���������Treatment Recommended.  Black bacterial rot of cabbage, saya  a bulletin of the Connecticut agilcal-  J....... t       f.mm\..^l ... ..... .X..Xtf.m. f.f.r.*.mr.      f...      0.  C.U.���������1      V_|JC������.J1J1 V_L     OLUUVII,     ir>i_-U.O    U.XX    CI  number of related cruciferous plants;  bttt we have reported it from this before only on cauliflower. While w*������ did  not see it on cabbage until lust sea_o_,  it seems quiSjp probable that it bas  caused more or less barm to thia host  before, since it bas beeu reported as  quite injurious in several other eastern  states in times past.  This disease is recognized by tho  blackened veins of tbe leaves, wbess  the bacteria develop chiefly, and in  time extend down into the "head. Tha  leaf tissues finally turn yellow, and  - tho leaves are eiiKiiy pulled off. Sofs  rot,  caused   in   part  by   other  organ*  ^-_fe,'"gf^--M!^r*^rench''������nol^  asked to 'give t_B secret ^f his success.  ahswOred: "The very foatadatlon of all  good' cooking is butter and onion; I  use them In all my sauces and gravies  tal Works was in" town Saturday.  "\   "���������������>, .     -    "V  J. Compton shipped ten boxes of five  differei t varieties of apples  on Ivtoti- j They have the-effect of making u cus  tonrer come bat-k for more. Butter  without, onion, will drive the customer  away after a few days. Boll the onion  till it melts or entirely disappears;  then add the butter and call tbe mix  ture 8tocto*-���������Exchange.  ���������v-V  day.'to Winnipeg to the Land-and Ap-  p'e  _how,.  Grand Mttster Hetide.rsoii, of the Mas-  oni* order, will pay,-, nn ottiriai visit to  Cc ston Lodgri No; 54 Monday eveniug  AU snemhers are rcqueai ed to he present.  ��������� A bix of tho Lirgost, most hip-hly  c ilored and finely flavored Groveusteinp  ever gi own in the valley wf re brought  to towu loday by Mr. O O. French  f om C'ofordale Ranch, for Mr. P. B.  Fowler, who is sending thom away to a  friend. -   . ���������*���������"  DUST PAN SOCIAL  A very enj *yab!e pirtv was h������'M on  "Fiidny OAPing ito King Georgo Hotwl  Mr, nml Mrs Huron. pi-esuHiiK ai hosts  and sparing nodiiin to make each of thi  guei t feel absulntly at, homo. Danoiiii  was eiit'*yed by nbont a dnzm couph's  And nil repoed a Hplondld ovenlng wel  spent.  ..'J. J, Walkar ofvNil-)on. will bo In IV  Mi'rchautllc Co.stcro on Novemebor tbo  3rd and 4th to do nil kinds <>f opticiil  work oomo iu nud see bim.  Nerve of Her.  "How Is your new ���������maldlw,   .  "J guess she Is all right; sbe baa tbe  baby out at present. But she ban a  nerve."  "How was that?"  "She wanted to take Fido along, and  she Is almost wholly unknown to us."  ���������Houston Post.  f-s= f-   *��������� t. ���������        "    -10" ir"^ c:-~ "*���������    '     ���������  T CHioks Need CleanSinsss.  Drinking diHbes and feeding troughs  for chicks _ie likely to become dirty  and insanitary unless special precautions are taken, according to Professor  _.���������'<_. Halpin of the College of Agriculture of the University of Wisconsin.  Drinking water should never be; placed  In common dishes or vessels where the  chicks may get In with both feet, but  "sanltary" fountains, either homemade  or purchased, should be used. These  should be cleaned and scalded at frequent Intervals. Wet mashes? when  fed in wooden troughs mold unless all  refuso feed Ib scraped oft and * the  troughs arc placed on end so that they  may dry In the sun. Neglect of these  two simple matters may cause considerable loss. .  **-  ���������Bond for our prtoos on furnUuro, wo  pay tho freight.   O 0.8.  Rubber  MlrabfUi.  sbrrs nnd  .nni   Wets   it  STCATjI-D TBNDBR9  BWUIWl  ll*ll<lli|ti   rtJI.l  uu iiii���������<ivuu *lj   xxtxi  tmrtowlgnod   for   tho ewnilon.    (labft.  ���������Only) of a ono roomod school horuki nt  WVnudol. ?  Tondors will bo oponod on Friday tho  IU1'"    VJl'luinU.  , ������     11. m A .  ���������anrilv aooepiod.  Partlonlnrs onn bn bad on application  40 ABHLfc.Y OOOPlilll,  Bocrotory Sohool Board  Under the ausplooB of  tho Mothodlst  LndlOB Aid, Wednesday, Oct. lis, 1018,  in tho Moroantilo Hall. Does any ode  know<* Uuu uuy uuu lull um what It l.?!  Join ln tho lino np that is to bo  at tbo  hull next Wcduoodiiy night and find out.  The Dust Pan woll that is a soorotbut  tho prORtam will bouBlat of ohoruaos by  Cbuilrl ttialoguo: four obnraotorn, oallod  "BtiLih flr'ruok: I_Btromontnl Duoto and  Solum RL.itutiouu: ii'uuuy boujj;H.   Thju  prograhi bogiuii at 8 p.m.   Tbo dainty  luhoh will bo -irjrvod to all.   AdmisBlon  I Adultr, 8Qo Ohlldrou 25o.  ' , tub larg< ������t wagon load of apples ovor  liroOght to OvoBtou waa that haulod in  ,, . ,*,,\w Alos. Doporroa Monday \t\nb. It  ooutallied 100 box_B, nud wan ouly ono  of many tig ones that AU x la bringing  tithlN font' Thoro woro ulno teams  unloading at ono timo Monday, and  tbe Fruit lirowoi��������������� U uion has Bhlppod a  our of appU-u ovory day this wook,  T ,T MoOrolian,or Mi'sop & Rlsoh  Prnuo Co wub In town  Friday.  *mmt     M-iArtnV  FvlutluK uu you llko ii ut tho Cioatou  Rovlow.  Renewal of License  Notice is horedy givon thnt, ou tho  first dny of Deoembor noxt, application  will bo miulo to tho Superintendent'' of  Provinniiil Poiioo for ronowal of the  hotel lloonoo to soil'liquor, by retail In  tho bolol known uu Kitchener Hotol,  ulttnito at. Kitchener lu the Province of  BritiHh Ooluiiib'a.  Dated this   10'n dny of O;5lobrr,t01_.  LENjV ANMIGRK  Owner imd AdmlniHtrntor  mmamamamaaammmmmmmmmmmmvmmamiamaumamtimmmmmaammmaaamm^^  Renewal of License  Nolliolti   lioi-ody gUiMi   liml, on   th������'  flrBtday of Di-oombi-r noxt, application  Will   1)11  IIHIlll*  IO       till*   Slllll'lilltri ll'llUlti    of  Provlnoliil Police for . iTiiewnl of the  hotel Hoi.no' to Bidl liquor hy retail In  tho hotol known ns tliol-rickson Hotol,  Httnrito at iflrlolcHon, in   tho Province of  BritiHh   Columbln.  Dalod thi* lOtb day of OotoU i*. lflUI.  WALTER W. HALL, Prop.  All In the Gamo.  "Harold, yon mustn't eat all tbe pen-  nuts, even If you aro pretending to  be a monkey. You must give sister  some."  "But, mother, I'm pretending she's  snm'p kind o* nnlmnl wot doesn't *,*nt  oca n 11 tn."���������I.J fa.  Renewal of License  No) ice U I e edy givo that on tbe firBi  day of Dcci'iiibi. next, npplioatlon will  lie iiiiule to lho Suparlutoudont of Provincial Piiliuti for renewal of the bote'  liooiuK' to still liquor by retail in tbo  hotel known as the CreBton Hotel,  Hituftt *, nt Creston, in tho Province of  British Columbia.  Dated this 10th dny of October 1918.  J. B. MORAN, Prop.  ^PhotoJbyvXjJonnectfcut experiment station.  BLACK  BAOTEBlA- BOT OF OABBAGK.  isms, often loosens tbem at tbe base  and develops an ill smelling internal  ofMOfly. The bacteria gain entrance  through drops of water at tbe water  pores on tbe margins of the leaves.  As the germs of this disease can be  carried on the seed, it is wise to see  that the seed used does not come from  a diseased crop. If doubt exists it Is  well to treat the seed witb formalin,  1-240, or corrosive sublimate, 1-1000,  for fifteen minutes. Likewise, If tbe  disease shows up In a seed bed. this  show Id be changed the next year. If  bad ln tbe field this land should not be  used for cruciferous crops for several  seasons' and, even if the disease Is not  present, yearly rotation is desirable  where It can be carried on without  especial difficulty. Refuse from diseased cabbages should never find Its  way to the manure pile.  Renewal of License  Notioo is hpi oby given that, on tho  first day of December noxt, npplioatlon  will be iiinde to tho Suporinrondent of  Provincial Poiioo for ronowal of tho  hotel lluenoo to noil liquor by retail in  tno lutol known as tho Ktng cioorgo  Hotel, ftltunto at Creston, in tha Province of Britiali Colnmbia,  Dated this 10th day of October, i01������,  W_i. A. HERON,  For tho Crouton Tradin<| Co.  A bulletin Of tub bun-uu of  plant industry, "a study of farm  oqulpment In, Ohio," gives a  most valuable review of Important data of this character  gathered.and collated with much  painstaking care by Mr. L. W.  Hills. On twenty-one farms investigated tho following waa  found to bo tho averago distribution of capital Invested: In  land, draltiago and .wator supply, 01 por cont;,ln buildings, 21  $ por cent; In Implements and machinery, 5 por cent, and ln llvo  stock, _8 per cent. Tho bulletin  gives much detailed Information,  of which the figures Just quoted  "represent a gross summary.  Ours Is tho day of scientific  management. No longor need  tho fnrmor slowly And his way  to tho host working condition,  by a aeries of succosslvo ap*  P'o-liuuiio-B. Tha government  holps him to profit by tho ox-  porlonoe of., others who havo  precodod bltti and havo paid tho  hoavy duos of that oxcollont but  doar schooling.  S**AxJ*>**,*.*.*\A.  i ^ ^ a, a* j*.  WHY  BURN  UP WEALTH?  According to somo autborltieti,  tho value of plant food removed  from the soil per bushel of whent  is about 80 cents for nvernpo  yields.  The plant food elements  contained   In   straw   nro  sometimes returned to tho soil whence  thoy came, oither in tho form of  Btraw or mixed with farm manure where it tins bi^n utilized  for bedding purposes.   It Is not  plain   why   tlio   ftirmer   should   $  spend so much tlmo nnd *������norg.v   %  striving to rnlso InrKo yields of  |  grain and straw nnd then waste   <������,  about ono* Ini If of tlie not prollt   |  of  the  crop,    Thoro Klwwld   be  |  some   moans   of   ullli'/.liig   tlmt   |  portion of tbo whent crop wlilcli  %  heretofore lias boon burned on a   <s  large porcontagu of our fnrins,   ������  ��������� Knnims I'^nriiier. %  <S������$>ig><8><!M><{><iiv3><^^  H1CNICVVAL OF LlOKN-K  Nol lou   is  horoby given  that ou tho  first day of Deoombor noxt, application  will Ui mnde to the Si^rintondent of  Provincial  Poiioo for renowul  of  tho  hotol lloonoo to Hi'li liquor by retail ln  the hotel  kntv n ai  tho Sirdar Hoto\  hItn nt o at  Sirdar, In   tbo Provluoo of  -IrltUh Colombia.  Dated this 10th day ot Ootobor, lOlli.  WE MORRIS- Proprietor.  Qood Plant Protector.  'to be mnde from bottoml****s bnrrol.  ukpoclully for *>arly squash or tho main  crop lu tlie far north.  Two covers aro mndo from ono bor*  r4l. whl-'h Is unwed In two. wltb a  slant through tho bllgo of tho barrol  -.tending to upper and.lowor hoops.  Tlo a string about tho barrel and mark  With a pencil for a guldo to saw by.  Cover each half wltb a ploco of muslin    wltlM* In  IikM  In  nlnnc h������  tlm ton  hoop If onnlly removed, otborwlno by  tying a string ubout tbo barrel.  ItM useful net** may bo prolonged by  putting on n hay wiro for a bottom-  lata tooov.  Jut-tuti uuui  lit- ouiiuut  V������iiu uuuuiu  rn.mtm.XmA       mmmm..X       ,,.1..        mm       ,,m..II        ^,1..  m' h  ���������   ���������"       ....    ^ ..       .........      '..       .........        *,...m  nails.  Any ���������but. cask may ba usod aultod  to tho plant, from a paint fcce to a  punchton.���������Am������i-ica% Cultivator.  Can't Escape Lime Salts,  fn answer to a communication from  n lay correspondent, wbo expresses hlu  belief that "tbo llmo In common water  Iiuh much to do wllh bringing on old  ngo." tho London Lancet says that,  while thut opinion iu common, it ix, of  t-otiirie. fatuous. To tho-ie pcoplo who  bollovo that water Is tho only posslbln  I'linniiol by which llmo salts nro convoy ed to tho organism tlio writer says,  "Llmo salts nro Insopnmltlo from tbo  common, everyday articles of fowl, so  that If bard wator wero left out of tbo  dietary thoro would still bo secured u  liit-gu Intnlco of llmo snltn, which could  only bo avoided by a hunger atriuo."  What  Mskee the  Oood  Bli*oon.  Of courso you lileo tho big. Juicy, rod  mid   white  Hti-������'ul<������-d   still"*  of   bncon.  Out   *-i\ii   mil*.   in\t   \mr\*\������  flint  ftila  If bill'  of bncon is produced hy rr-wllurt  Itt-aurid burluy mixed with ttltlmmllic.  Honltod hurley nlono Is an oxcollont  bog food. Ilnrloy nluo In good for  ilioop and ns a feed tor borsaa and  imW_il fiftlttr aqual to <uw* ^  mmwamaaam I!! II! ��������� III!  THE KOS^IEW, CKEST01Sre B. C.  #^  i  1  SOC������  By Arthur Applin  gradually turc-ng to admiration. He  began to feel for the first time In his  life =that) he was vlivinj,? ?FbrVtHo first-  i  i!  u_____iiii  'tiM&^������������SMtiti������ti^ti&ti^-^  cordance with the medical testimony,  viz., that the deceased died from syncope caused by taking tincture of aconite, which poison sha prepared herself, whether with homicidal intention  they were not prepared to say.  It seemed to Jimmy Francks that  he did not hear the verdict delivered  by the foreman until several minutes  after his voice had died away. The  court was already being cleared before ���������  he realised the meaning of the verdict  and before he came to him-"*".! and  realised his surroundings.  He was a free man again; innocent.  Life which had practically ceased for  him a week ago baC suddenly recommenced.  He stood quite still, gazing stupidly  at the crowd which fought its way  from the court-hous rv He wondered  why he did not shout, or sing, or  dance. He was overwhelmed wiih  gratitude, hut not for his own delivery. As he realised it, a sudden  sense of shame overwhelmed him.  True, he bad been unjustly suspected  but had he not allowed the vilest  suspicions to attach to others���������loose  near and dear to him?  time, too, the song of the clt. no longer echoed in his ears. The.fight he  now waged was far better .iihan.: the  fight for gol.l. As the car rrocked and  swayed and quivered, hnmrningand  roaring as **���������'. rushed madly-on Its way,  be knew that at any mOjaent death  might rise up in the roaflway������and bring  annihilation.  But the danger was welcome, though  he was not risking his life for; himself. Previously every minute he had  spent away from his beloved office in New Bond Street he had grud-  *. now he grudged every second he  had wasted there. Once he laughed  aloud almost as an hysterical woman  might have done. .  Once Francks spoke without turning  his head. Lock in the little cupboard  under the seat- Roberts obeyed. All  it contained was* a six-chambered revolver. Put it In' your pocket,  Frames said.  When half the Journey had been  completed, Francks stopped the car  and  made enquiries at a police sta-  *lf.m_  ***!.'*?-������    ,0uiif       iu.sit liCljuij^,       LU^li  was on his way again.  (To   be   Continued)  Ward, Lock A Co., Limited  iu   Lenders,  Melbourne & Toronto*  CContlv-uedj  ��������� She did not remember noticing anyone else until she saw Inspector Heriot leaning out cf the window, which  later on he closed.  Sbe strolled up and down the Embankment, and then returned and  watched the peOple arriving at the hotel . She thought no more of the incident until the evening before the Inquest, when she was again in the gardens watching people arriving at the  restaurant. She saw Inspector Heriot enter and recognized him, and then  ft woman she knew drew her attention  to a description in a newspaper of the  <."���������������������:_}    ���������jo-c  ilaii ������j_C_rr_K, ������>Jie  S3.1G  i ot'ii ig to "viis woman, but be*_g interested she posted herself at the dcor  and presently Inspector Heriot left.  She was aboui. ;o follow him, when a  g������=TJ.t-1pnn_rj    ;������l_n.  lo.<ri-\.-irto-  tV,a   Vi-tol    ,-.n  into her, nearly knocking her over.  He stopped to apologise, and she asked him if he knew who the man was  who had just left, and pointed to the  detective.  He told her, then entered into conversation with her. She was afraid  tb tell hi_. all she knew, bui made an  appointment to meet him the next  Morning, -when she confessed everything. That gentleman was the Hon.  Fred Scribner.  Scribner was called, and   corroborated all that Fay    Bulleen    had   said; man.     He read i  concerning their meeting and tbe sub-] which he believed only one woman in , +, ,  aud ' ������������������-rin.ng uu i-x,  ' ly the duke came and waited a long  time.     Is the dinner not coming? he  ���������    For nursing tnotiiers??   :  -T<b.ll'i*������a-C-i">   f -lvofiiroc  _-������*-J_-_ U--4/V    liUAUUVVO  offer the important advantage that they do not disturb  the rest of the -system or  affect the child.  25c/'a _ox at ���������"���������oue  Druggist's.  N-tioual Drag aa_ Chemical Co.  of Canada, Limited.     175  SEES A USE IN CRIME  It is related of Mendelssohn at a  public dinner, at which women were  present and where he was surrounded  by a chorus of aggressive ones clamoring for kl_ autograph,  that he  al-  ,    .    ,     , ,    , ,    ,      , .   lowed himself to be victimized  with  Suddenly he felt his ho.nd. graspe 1   good nature untu flnrll    a flesh    mat.  and   shaken   violently,   ard   he   saw  m o������ mature years hauaeii him he.*  laii.iiTiB  ..e-   car(J     TVe composer wrota upon the  Aaron Roberts, the Jew, standing be  side him.  Thanks, Francks mumbled, I can't  realise it.  The moneylender tried to speak,  but bis emotion was too great for  words.  Tiiin Francks remembered, and be  looked more closely at Ro.ierts. Aud  be knew he was looking at an liouest  his eyes something |  Vast Amount of $u_-.r Is Used  If all the sugar that is eaten in the  course of a year were.to. be equally divided, evory person in the T.orld would  have at least twenty pounds, according to ari?-xchahge: i??Bu>- besides being used as food, sugar Sais many industrial uses. It is the cheapest form  of chemically pure carbohydrate; and  is often used in place of������starch??dextrin, or glucose^ Su? r !s**_requ^ntly  put,in compounds for removing and  preventing boiler scale. It is used in  the manufacture of shoe blacking, transparent soap, copying Ink, and ink rollers for printing presses. Certain explosives contain from six to 40 per  cent, of it.;...' It is employe." in dyeing  establishments by tanneries for All ing  leather? and hi a largo number of other  J industries. Sugar has? a hardening  Pricciicrs Sheuld bs Examined by Phy*   and strengthening action   in   mortar.  a i.  sequent interview. "When questioned  as to why he did riot immediately communicate with Scotland Yard, hj replied that he did not attach sufficient  importance to the woman's original  fctatement.  Yet enough importance to arrange ]  _ mseting "with her? ���������  Mr. Francks and iliss de Foiitai_ue i  were both, friends of mine, Scribner j  replied, so naturally l was anxious to ���������  help-them aii I could to solve the nsys- [  tery of Mrs. Franc" s* death. 1 was;  eager to seize the merest shadow of :  evidence that might help Mr. Francks ;  discover how his wife came to be poi-;  sonedr  Francks was again put into the wit- ��������� ,jjS  ness-box and examined. ! |t"  Then the coroner summed-up and \  the jury retired.  During the interval, Francks tried  to find Iris ov Reuben, biu in vain.  He had hoped and believed that neither of them would have been called  again.      Laughton was also missing.  possessed;  nobility  into  'his  the world  purity.  For   the   Jew   bad   coiik-  klngdom.  Y.'I.cre is sbe? Francks whispered.  Come, let us go to her together-  He linktd bis arm through tbe Jew's  and xosetiier the.- forced a passage out-  of the court-house.  A great crowd was in the streets.  A couple of motor cars and so, ie taxi-  cabs belutd "o block the way. Tbe  two mea searched for Iris and her  brother in vain. Then tbey saw Ernest Laughton -gluing his way towards  them, breathless, perspiring. Francks  smiled at him gratefully and held out  ���������>:- band, bus Laughton did not take  Have you   seen   ner? he  panted.   I  card tbe music and w< ds from Haydn's 'Creation?; "And God treated great  whales. This brought tho autograph  bunting to an end and Mendelssohn  wars allowed i go on with bis dinner.  Tho Duke of Wellington had many  titles that be never used, but for which  once ho had to pay dear. Ho toid a  man to order dinner for bim at a particular hotel and the man did so. men-  asked.  .���������?  Why don't you'briug tbe dinner"' We are waiting, replied the  wai-ter, fo;* tho rest of the party. Tbey  had prepared dinner for about twenty  people.  An ^iiuerjcau gcntjenian wc-ntr recently ove.- tbe field of Waterloo with  a guide, who boasted that be had escorted Gen. Sheridan over the scene  of Napoleon's defeat. What did Gen.  Sheridan say? asked the American.  Ob. nothing. He must have said  something. Well, he only said:. It  was i   good place for ;   fight.  A recently discovered tablet brought  from Babylonia to the museum of the  He - *.     x  hand.    The    latter    took   it    -without  glancing at it.     What do you mean?  he asked quietly.      She's ber,   some-  The jury was absent three-quarters   w-aere, I ^aw ber in court with Reu-  of an hour.   When the foreman rose? ben     ' why didn't you  tek me they  fo deliver his verdict, the court was  packed to suffocation. Then Francks  saw Iris standing just inside the door,  her face white as death. He smiled  at her.- but she did not so. him. Beside her Reuben stood, his eyes wide  open, fixed on the foreman.  And just behind Reuben stood Fred  Scribner. A sudden spasm of fear  shot through Francks' heart. But ;c.r  Fred Scribner, he at tbat moment  might have been waiting to hear r. verdict of murder brought against him.  Why, then, bad the man who hated  him, who bad been in league with  Saintsbury against him, and who desired above all things to win Iris de  Fontaigne saved him���������and ber���������at the  last moment?  The silence that had fallei. was  broken by the voice of the foreman of  lhe jury giving its verdict. ' Francks  scarcely beard it. His whole being  was concentrated on the woman he  loved. For as the foreman spoke,  she put up ber bands as if to ward off  a blow, or as if to stop her ears bo  lhat she should not hear what he said,  and a stifled cry of horror escaped  ijui   11 un  equal rights for." men and women, but  one create^, by a woman. According  to-the inscription on the tablet, the J iri the one t_in;  CHAPTER XXX  Tlio Jury returned a verdict In ac-  SUIT RHEUM BEGAN  WITH SCALY SPOTS  ���������>  On Arms for Years. Used to Crack.  Burned and Itched Terribly*  Clothes Irritated the Sores. Completely Cured by Cuticura Soap  and Cuticura Ointment.   ���������-   Woodstofk, >Tova Scotia.���������"I  bad   t-Ib  ������������������lieum on my arnin for years.   Tbo troublo  began witli llttlo ncaly npot.i, which _i������pt  ",--....,       enlarRlnK and my arms unco* to  /.-*-i2.-S(������>\   croclt nntl boilicr nju awfully.  ***?- *V\  My clothed Irritated tho uorca  }'! ,Z ���������*. tf   very _iin;h anil they burned and  *f   ������v,    '}   Itched tc-rriblo.    I could not  \_"ztiyA    kelp scratchliiK tbem.   I kept  Y"^ : , them f,utt4)f water M3 much an  ?7V _.���������<? I could, for tlio water mndo  yCylrti^     them wome.   1 lined to rub dlf-  *   r fernr-t/ Vlii'li  of ointment on  them, but nothing did me any co"'l, until  5 trlei! <"',i,!'",.r'i. 0!nir.ii-r.t. tovl ���������"���������u'lcnra  floap. I put tlio Cuticura Ointment on at  ri.Kl't nnd waulied nest, mnrnlnK **'lili tlm  Cuticura Hoap. Thoy noon relieved mo and  In two i.uintliB 1 *a;i.i comiiletely cured.".  (3l������ned) Mrs. Henry Allen, Nov. iO, J011.  I'or iiluiple. and blackhead s the folio win-*  h a mom, ctfce.Uw- *_** ^Vinonueai treat-  inont.: _*sntly iimear lho affected parti with  Cuttt-ura Otntnuntl, on I lio end of lho Ibuier.  bur, do not. rub.    Wa-ih off tho Outleura  ,,i... *    ���������.-    ���������,"���������..   ^..i0..,*i.m   mtU U   f'tnirmv,  fUiap and hot wat^r and cniulnun baililnK  fir ������nTt������e minute-. 'J'IiIh l real ment tu beut  tut I'luliiK and retlrhifr, At uiher llmrn uno  CutU-ura Hoap freely for tho tollei und bath,  to cut-Kir In proveiilliiit liin.oimiaUon. h'l-  were called?  Laughton's face grew a shade pa-er.  I wrote vou two letters the night you  left us at the Grange. He "briefly  reeount-d Scribner's visit. What  passed at the interview I don't know, I  be continued. Miss de Fontaigne refused to tell me, but sho seemed  strangely elated. Not five minutes  ago she pressed this letter into my  band and told me to give it to you,  then before I knew what was happening sbe was swept, away Ly the people  going out. and i naw her ge- into a  yellow motor car with���������Fred Scribner.  Francks gripped the Jew's ar.*-. The  letter, the latter whispered, look at  it.  Francks tore tbe envelope open and  read the contents. Then with trembling fingers ho banded the  letter to Roberts. The latter read it  quite quietly and handed it Lack.  It's a trick���������keep calm, Francks, it  is your only chance���������I sae it all���������he  found that woman, Fay Bulle-:ii, kept  her out of tbe way and bribed her to  silence until the critical moment, then  ran down, found Miss de Fontaigne,  and*bargained with her for your life.  Laughton was speaking, but Francks  stopi-ed him. He had control of himself again. Find my ca,, it's waiting  outside for nie somewhera. He turned to tbe Jew. You look out for  Reuben, they can t have taken bim, he  must be knocking about somewhere,  I'll wait h.rj.  He stood just Inside the ontra-.ice  of the court-hous'j like u figure of  stone, the cynosure of all eyes, yet  seeing nothing himself. Tlio expression on his faco was calm but terrible  and those who saw him wondered nt  it and felt afraid. Now und then u  friend or acquaintance appeared who  grasped IiIh hand and muttered r rue  conventional word. But ho neither  saw nor board.  Presently Laughton returned nn''.  told him ho had found the cav. Ho  led him down the street, thon turned  quickly into Victoria Street. There  Roberts met them, he was standing  teslde the motor car.  Cunt Un-'- Houbon, li tin (IJi-iu^pt-itrcd,  too. Shall 1 go down -ro Scotland  Yard?  Francks .shook hla head. Till at  wonld be no good. You had better  come wall me' Ho turned to Laughton and gavo him 1i*!b'h lottor.  Oo round to Silver's detective- agency, tell tbem to put ovcry man they  have got on tho scout, tell them moii-  cy'ii uo object. H they c..n find and  bring Minn do Fontalgno back within  tl.o next, twelve hours thoy can ask  any fco thoy llko of mo. Havo tho  registry otllcos visited, tho railway  illations. I am Rolng to Dover, thon  jTo'ii'i'H.o-io. They'll try and got U  tbo Con'.n**_t  Ho pushed Ani'on rtohci'lH 'i to lho  cur, took the wheel himself iiinl made  iho chauffeur nil bcnhlc him  Then tho lho great luirrncq luii-ucii  forward. Tho triiflln *,van thick, but  II did not Hiem to trouble Fiuueliti,  Ho drove nn one poHHewied, appnroni-  Ji* liking lori'lblo 1'lnkH, yel. limiting  in, ii'iirit.ilu;;.     HoIutIi. In tliu Ioiuhiiu  power of tbe woman Deity was limited  to creation. Aftei she had made^it,  world grew wicked, and male--gods  weary of a woman's world, caused its  destruction by flood.  slcens to Determine Whether Insane of Criminal  Tbat crime is a good thing because  it brings us to understand social problems is the stalling theory recently  advanced by Prof. Benjamin Moore jf  University College, Liverpool, at the  recent annual meeting of the British  Medical Association. A special session was held at which the treatment  of crime nnd criminals was discussed.  Perfect laws wouid show that we  wero no longer progressing, said Doctor Moore. Old crimes are disappear-'  lag and new crimes ars arising, and I  trus; new crimes will always rise.  following Doctor Moora's addres-s,  Doctor Passmorc, superintendent of  the Croydon hospital for the insane,  urged that when a man wbo commits  a crime is apprehended, someone be  appointed to examini "the prisoner to  ascertain whether he is insane or  criminal. After such an examination  Doctor Passniove said, the proper  treatment could be prescribed.  The Rev. C. B. Simps_n, chaplain  inspector of prisons, who had been invited to give his conclusion.-*, as to "the  proper treatment of crime, defended  the present penal system,    especially  ~��������������� .^"k ��������� ^-:..;-^ ~    i jn    i~*-,l.-c    ii i.    i*^.***.:.^. ������������  cmiii.a������i/,iug    Jliss    u-iJ~i.    uiu.t    iniyi iidx^x.-  meut is an effective deterrent to  crime. Ho maintained that tbe attitude of many who are sent to jail is  that of once bitten, twice shy.  Directly contrary to conventional  ideas of criminology were the theories  of Captain_St. John, the honorary secretary of thi Fenal -Reform League-  A", the harm done to society by all the  burglars and all the thieves is a mere  bagatelle compared with the harm  done by the law courts of England? be  declared.  Everybody - knows the law courts  are makin_ er minals day by day, said  Captain St. John. We have to protect ourselves aot only from criminals  but also from people who deal with  criminals.  The experience of a period of Imprisonment i.s }*, suffragette was given  ir. 'Woman's Social ai-d Political Union.'      Miss Allen said:  I hare asked suffragists in jail what  they   most   craved  The mortar used to build the museum  of natural history In Berlin consisted  of one part lime, one part sarid, arid  two parts sugar. Eve i a very small  quantity, however, even as little aa  one quarter of one per cent, exerts a  very harmful effect on cement.  Favors Intensive-Parml-.j  If farmers were to grow more hay  and feed more cattle, as \vell as go  moro largely into dairying, it would  not be necessary for us. :.. import  7,000,000 pounds of butter from New  Zealand, as v/ell as import a large  quantity of beef^veal ;.nd muJ.' .n from  Australia, New Zealand aYd the United  States. Canada is sadly in need of  adopting better intensiv- farming  methods.  ravo  Use them outside, in or near  the garbage barrel, as well as  in the house or stpre. ?  All Druggists, Grocers and  _*!____aim 1 ftt/--*-*-������V*00*****'c*   ������*_11 XTLTil.  son's Fly Pads.  _���������__.  POETRY IN THE KITCHEN  Deafness Cannot be Cured  by local applications, as they cannot  reach the diseased portion of the car.  There la only one way to cura deafneas,  and that ta \>; constitutional remedies.  Deafness Is caused by an inflamed condition of the _-ucous lining of the Sue-  tachian Tube.. When thlB tube Is Inflamed you bave a rumbllns sound or  Imperfect heaiinsr, and when It Is entirely clceed, Denlnesa Is the result, and unless the Inflammation can be taken out  and this tube restored to Us normal condition, hearing will be destroyed for ever;  condition of the mucous surfaces..  We will Gl /e One Hundred Dollars for  any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)  that cannot be cured by Hall's Catanh  Cure.      Send  for circulars,   free.  _". . . CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.  Sold by DrucElsta.  75c.  Take Hall's Family Pills for constlpa-  Mob.  Literary   Contest -In   Which    Prize Is  Cask of burgundy  Knights of the kitchen with literary  aspirations are to have an "opportunity  of Indulging their hobby. Ths Paris  publication Le Garnet d'Eplcure, which  is the official organ of the league i  Gourmands, has organized a .literary  competition for its reaiders.  Candidates are invite to send in  contribution s either in prose or verse  on some subject of cullnery interest,  which will be judged on their literary  and instructive merits. The prizes  wijl be appropriate, consisting of cases  of champagne, liquers, Ines. hams,  pijtes de foie gras and other dainties.  The best poet will receive a special  prize of a cask of fine old Burgundy,  and in addition to all these good  things there is the increased prestige  in their calling which success in' the  competition will bring tlie- prize winners. ��������� ��������� ���������������������������; ���������  Building the Bagdad Railway  Always there is a different way oi  doing things. A photograph from the  Bast Illustrated the building of the  Bagdad Railway shows the laborers  carrying the heavy metal sleepers, not  on 'their shoulders, - but on tht lower  part of their backs, where a wide belt  helpc to sustain the load. Both arms  are looped over the burden, holding it  securely, and V.e schcr-.e sc ms to be  a    ?od one.  Do Sharkr. Attack Hur,ij.,*.s?  A subscriber, apropos of the newspaper controversy as to whether  sharks ever :.*tack human beings, tha:  in Sydney, New South Wales, all the  bathing beaches are surrounded by  submerged fences to protect bathers  from the sharks. And. anyway, v/haVi  are all those sharp teeth for, if not-to  make an occasional experiment on a  new kind of fish that come? into his  net?   .'  '  Young people used ��������� r> set out for a  life's, journey on the'ser. of matrimony  ���������now many of Uiem are satisfied with  a short excursion trip.  Angelina's Lett .  Edwin said Angelin* couldn't write  a letter without a postcript, and they  decided on a wager. Angelina wrote  the letter, and would ha won the  prize, but she spoilt everything by  ; '.ding to the finale of 'Your loving  wife, Angelina,' these words: P.S.���������  Now, who's won the wager?  A pleasant medicine for Iiildren is  Mother Graves* Worm Exterminator,  and there is -������c thing better for driving  worms from the system.  A Happy Isis  Teacher���������Willie, can you tell me  what a trust company Is?  Willie���������Yes, .".ir, it's a lmnch of men  surrcunded by other people'   money.  ��������� ���������i mm i-n ���������' -     -*lll-������- .i ._-������������������ ._-���������-_ -  The czar has issued an ukase creating a ml-istry of sport. However, ic  isn't likely to be as autocratic as the  U.S. baseball trust.  LIGHT  BREAKS   IN  Thoufihtful Farmer Lecrnr. About Tea  and Coffee.  while in prison. Their reply was: Coffee, vinegar or alcohol. As for myself, during tbe three weei'-S I spent in  Holloway jail I used to lie awake between 3 and 6 in the morning and say  to myself that if I got out I would  take green chartreuse, although I had  never tr.ken any ia my life before. But  when I came out I refrained from'doing so because I was afraid. There  is not enough sunshine and fresh air  i:t prison, and long sentences undoubtedly cause a weakening of the will.  Perhaps tbo most interesting speaker at the meeting was Prince Peter  Kropdtkin. the famous Russian scientist and enemy of despotism, who  since his r-scr.pe from St- Peter an-  St. Paul prison, has spent most of his  time in Eni;and. The prince Is 71  years old and has recently recovered  from a severe illness. He was Introduced to his uudience as an old jailbird who had cpent two years in Russian jails and a further,' period ln  Pror.ch pricons. The prince asserted  that imprisonment is not an effective  force in deterring crime.  Twenty-four hours i bread and wa*  tei* and a plank, bed might be a deterrent to people accustomed to good  food, he said, hut it Is no deterrent  to those who sleep under bridges or %y  the shores of tho Thames. Prisons are  tbe universities of crime. We mus1.  do something to change our system  UPTON'S PURE FRUIT JAMS  Are Packed in Glass and  Gold Cans.  Absolutely Sanitary-  Economical���������Delicious  How to Read the Moon  Few   people   can tell at   a   glantr:  whether the moon is wasing or wan  Ing.    Here is a whimsical rule to re-  lember by.     It is very simple to those  who know Latin, and is not difficult  for those who do not.   The first thi g  is to notice whether the moon is like  a D or a C���������that is whether the full  semicircular curve is on the right or  the left.   If the moon shows a D that  naturally sti.n'ds for    decrescit.       It  wanes.  But 'then comes in the' great principle. The moon Is always deceitfr,  and one has to understand the opposite of what the moon says, so that x  moon which shows a D is a waxing  moon, while a waning moon is like a  c.  Those who have no Latin will o  doubt look to seo whether the moon  says It ls decreasing, in which case  they will understand that It is waxing,  while a waning moon will deny that lt  Ij decreasing.  Demonstration Wanted  The girl was willing but the baseb^'l  player was diffident- She "lad to resort to strategy-.  Jini, she said, the ��������� are several  points of the game that I wish yoa  would expiai--  Where shall I begin J he asked de-  1'ghted.  I should lik������ to���������er���������she hesitated?  blushing ��������� know r-.ore about the  squeeze play.  IV.Inard's Liniment Relieves Ncuralwla  t'lllni-i nnil rloifirlnir of llin Imhivi. tlirx'-oiilliKtlti  cou������e of Uiojw rni-lul itriiptloim,   Hold ������iv'-ry- |<! ih<- <-ur tijii in-unni uuu, uuu n������iuu���������  Vv Ini ii.     I.Iim 1*1 M.l.i|.i������ Oi i.ii.u  Ui.:"' -i H'-, in-,"   ���������..'���������!    '���������'     ���������        '    ���������  with :a-v. Mltln HooU.   Aildrt-i-'* j-unt cord |     f)n������ ���������; ill'. o|i*'n couu'iry Willi rciu'lind  1'ottnr DruK A. Chcm. Corp., Dcpl. ���������d-D, . |."nuu:ltii forced thn cur to run ut top  I'diton. V. H. A. I t,(u  'i\   i"i:finlli'H'i   f-r     ptiHiilblo     pollen   ������������������~ I ,,���������|,i������, Hpi-i-'d llinltn, pud' *.ti*laun.     And  W   n   u   o-jo 'ni,. .lew   watci-il  wiih  a i.r\u. smile.  Many people exist in a more or less  haay condition and it often takes years  beforo they realize that tea and coff  are often the cause of the cloudiness,  and that there is a simple way to let  the light break In.  A worthy farmer bad such an experience and. tells about it, ln a letter.  Ho says:  "For about forty years, I have had  Indigestion' and stomach trouble In  various forms. During tho last 25  years I would not moro ���������Lbr.-.i got ovi.r  ono spoil of bilious colic until another  would bo upon me.  "The best doctors I could got nnd  all the m_"r*lncB I could bu *, only  gavo mo temporary rollof.  "Change of cllmnVo was tried without rcriuito. I could not nlccp night?,  had rhoumallsm and my heart would,  palpitate at. times ro that It Bcomod  lt would Jump out ot my body.  "I camo to the conclusion that "tbero  wan no relief for mo and thnt I wnn  about wound up, when I naw a Postum ..dvcrtlso-icnt. I bad always  been a coffer- drinker, and got an Idrn  from tho ad. that maybe coffeo waa  the- cnur-c of my troublo." Ton la jnrl  ns harmful, bocauso It contains caffeine, tho name drug found ln coffco.  "I began lo uso Postum istcad of  coffoo and In lens than throe weoks I  fol't llko a new man. Tlio r-oumatlsm  inrt mo, and I Uavo never had a spell  of bilious nolle since.  "My appetite Ifl good, ni/ dlKostlon  nevor was better and I can do moro  work than bofoiv for 40 yonr.,,  ���������MLIIIO   H������vt'"    ������������������'��������� -..i'udi.i.'.      Tutu lllll  Co., WlndHor, Ont.   Writ? for copy of  tbo lKUe T>ook, "The Knail    to   Well-  ville."  potitum ccii-B In lw. fornifl:  Reuului Poctum���������muut. bo well boiled.  .....j^-f, I" 11 ������"��������� 11 m Ik n r,0nhln  powder. A teiuipoonl'iil cilmiolvos  oulckly I" ������ ������ul������ ot hot water and  with iho addition of eroain unt*. t-uurtir  UiftkPH a dellclouii boverag.i Inctantly.  "There'a a reason" for Postum.  The Busy Man's Creed  i believe ln the stuff I m handing  out, In the firm I am working for, and  in my ability to get results. I bollovo  In working, not weeping, 3 boosting,  not knocking, and In the pleasure of  my Job. I bellovo a man gets what  ho goes after, tbat ono deed dono today is worth two deoda tomorrow, and  tbat no man la down and out until he  has lost faith in himself. I bollovo  1- today and tho work I am doing, in  tomorrow and tho work I hopo to do,  and tbo sure reward tho futuro holdss.  I bellcvo In courtesy, In kindness. In  generosity, In gocd choor, friendship  and In honest competition. I bollovo  thero Is somothing doing somewhere  lor overs-man ready to do tc.  The Mosquito ' ar  Dr. Alvah -. Doty, formerlj health  officer of the port of New VSrk','?iri a  recent interview declare*: that the  work of mosquito-extermination has  made good progress lately. On Sta-  ten Island the pests have diminished  80 per ceut., and on the Long Island.  New Jersey, Connecticut an".' Massachusetts coaBtc the reduction has beea  about 40 per cent.  Mlnrrd's Liniment Curee Burns, Etc.  True  Mrs. iaxe���������How could you ifo so to  Mr. Dauber about that absurd picture  he has at the exhibition? You told  him hlR picture was worth the prlco  of admission alone.  Exe���������Well, Great Scott! the frame Is  vorth more than fifty centj, isn't lt?  a  In This Rapid Age  Mumma'a good Uttlo   hoy   want  slice of bread and���������  O mother, cut out that sort of thing.  I'm nearly four year������- old.  Ho K icw  .Upon 'ho occasion ut his Hca\ visit  "tda parishioner a cortnln BoBton dlv-  Inp'tylod'hnrd to mako friends with his  host'/*, nlght-year-old.  How-oldr* avo you my son? asked tho  elnrgyrhnn bonlgnnntly.  Eight, waa tho laconic rcoponac.  Ah, quite a. Utile man, came patronizingly from -io minister, And what  aro you golnc to be? ho added after a  slight pauB'o.  I am going to bo nine, said tho child,  with conviction.  Now look hero, wlfln! You hnvo  got to cut ont this oxtravagnnco! F.om  now on I am going to put down my  foot, on all unnecessary expenses.  Hub!  Vour loot wiii more* iinni uuv-  cr all cxponnop!  ,i -...-...������������������������     ���������������  Only a Trlfi-  In ,,, truo tbat both youi  husband   i  i\ii\ ">���������������-  who liven novt door to  voii have falh.d In hUHlnoHsV  Yen, but Wed ii ittiiuie ihu'l iomm >  so bat' as Mi". N.i* bor'H. Ho failed for  (���������fty com a on tbo dolla", whllo my  huHb "f. t'al'.e.d for only tci cento on  the dollar  \  Among tlio momborn of a working  gang on a certain railroad wns an  Irishman who claimed to bo vory good  at figures. Tho boas, thinking that ho  would got ahead of Pat, said: Say, Pat,  how many shirts can you get out of a  yard?  That dlponds, answered Pat, on  whoso yard you got Into.  Her Objection  Ho spends hlu monoy .atli-ar froo,  I don't bollovo ho'd rock a boat,  His faco looltB awful good to mo,  But tho sin .g ho hands out gotB my  goat.  Corns cause    ich suffering, but Hoi- ���������������(  loway's Corn Cure   offers   a   speedy,  sure, and satisfactory relief.  Formerly the Alaskan Indians dressed in blankets, and some cf the well-,  to-do wore those of great beauty, says  the'Progressive Teacher.   These gorget ua coverings wero mado    by    the  Chllkat tribo of Indians, who are the  weavers of AlaBku.    Tho blankets aro  made from the wool of mountain goats *j  which is dyeu In brllil; nt colors, and  woven int# fancy designs. The border;  are rich .-aid heavy, and finished on ono  sldo by a de������:* fringe almost as wide  as the blanket itself.   They arc dlH  worn on all public occasions and com- ^  manil ii. prlco as much as $100.  An Important Question  Ma! Mai ho sobbed.     Do my care'  1  long to my neck or my face?  Why, what Is tho natter? was the J  temporizing reply. 1  Woll, you told Mary to wash my 4  face, and sho'a washing my ears, tool ]  Old Peiorby la rich r.nd stingy. In  tho ovont of bin death his nophow will  lnhorlt his property. A friend of the  family said to tho old gentloman: I  hoar your nephew Is going to nuuiy.  On that ocsnslon yon ought to do  somothlnR to mako him happy.  I -will Bald P.terby; I'll protend I am  danRorouBly Ilk  *���������**  "A Perfect Woman Nobly Planned  To Warn, to Comfort and Command  Nature never Intended woman to brfdlpte, alljnif, or n; wKcrer f ronj  ���������'nerve*." Women In middle *Ao complain of "hot nadics," Many  women suffer needtealy from girlhood to womanhood, hnd from motherhood to middle life, with backache, or peadache. dlwln**ivWntnc������-i. or  liearlng-down tentatlon*. For a^croiancnt relief from theip dl������t?������tsln_.  kymptoms nothing la to good aa j  DR. PIERCE'S   -. -������ ������������������������������*-���������- ^r������iiwiiii-    mmmm.m>*'it%iim* **iwm yr vntPTfflt af\,1KT  ^AVOJtiilJC*   ���������hyli.l-#OV/JL%,J.ir x m.\j>x*  JL    MHBMBMWHa������aMH_ >m.     mmw������������������������I inMmmtMfi*m**msmm*mmmmm_  The "PuiMMflb-   VrtbtteHptkMt^  U |(ii_wn ������v-rywli-H, Mid for oyer 40 ye*r������ M  Viom*n. Vwir ������t������-l***- li������ m������-ldi>������- **������������ l������ l������  llnuld or l_bUI *Jorm J or you c_n -*nd.t������ ono-  I  at a soolhlng and ulrcntjlhcnlnt* ncr-  vln*i-������ll*������y������ -nd iubdue* ncruout cxdUbllKy,  lrrl(������blllly. ntrvou* czluustlon, nnd other  dUtrculruf lywtptomt commonly attendant  UPOII lUllUKJIHrl AUU OlgallH. IIIIMMJ  U.  I4.u  fxmi>fil^0 mr****, If ln������*ii/-������*������ rw/rfthlnd flf���������������������  and ttlUivc* menUl muiicly ������ud U������*.p_,i___cy.  I _voHt������ lV������'rrlt*4l4M1 t������hleli.    A-dl-MI Uf.  nercc, Invniid*-' iu>tci, uuiuio. jx. ������.  t*t. __������Wa Pki-aant PMrnt* n_ul������l������ anal l������vlgoimf������  ^���������MdMlver and tbowola. Baguftumtvi, May armstOtsm  _��������� nm  esste?ewssissB!;  rsfesrsfts  THE KEVIEW. CRESTOK, B.'C  '.^-r-M-Mj'Sai  ?M  ������*_  I  Don't Persecute  your Bowels  Cut out cathartics and purgatives.   Tbey ������_  tsratal.r-harsh���������lisiiwcMsary. 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HEST AHB HEAITH TO SJOTHES ARS CHll  Mas.WiNS_oWs SoaTHiNO syrttp lias t>eea  ���������ased ior over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS'ox  MOTHEUS for ttielr CHILDREN "WHILE  trkthikO. with PERFECT SUCCESS. It  SOOTHES the CHILD. SOFTENS the GUMS.  _I.LA.VS all PAIN ���������, CURES WIND COLIC, and  is the best remedy for DIARRHOSA. It is ab*  soiutelv harmless. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.  "Witislovv's Soothing Syrup," aad take so other  kind.   Twenty-five cents a bottle. "    .  BtrAl*-1l���������*imL"m"_lmj-i  WATERPROOF COLLARS AND CUFFS  --'.Something...better than linen and no  laundry bl������l_. Wash it with soap and  Water. AH stores or direct. State style  and size. For 26c. we will mall you.  THE ARLINGTON CO. OF CANADA,  .58 Fraser Avenue. Toronto, Ontario  Limited  Seme Wonderful Inventions to Prevent  Ocean Disasters  Since the terrible Titanic disaster,  scientists and engineers have been devoting much, time und mean3 by  which ships may detect ths vicinity of  icebergs. The old method consisted of  lowering a therr-.omoter into lhe wa:  ter when the iceberg zone wls being  approached? the idistanae of the ice-  bergs being judged according to the  temperature, of the water in the vicinity.    ;        - . ,..."?;.,,'.?..  .������������������ -.-...  Since the increase in the speed of  big liners, however, ,tfcU' iriethod has  been found to be quite inadequate, being neither safe, quick* nor accurate.  One ot the. most reliable, inventions  for ^detecting icebergs ;at sea -seems to  u6 tiiat of Dr. Copians, of theYuniver-  slty of Leeds, who has invented an apparatus which detects the: presencetiot*  Icebergs by giving readings of the saline contents of the water. The nearer an iceberg is tb' the ship the less is  the amount of salt in solution in the  water. In conjunction with the United States and Canadian Governments  Dr. Copians has been carrying out a  series of experiments on these lines  which are expected to have most important results, and whlel- should do  much towards rendering impossible  such disasters as that " -hioh overtook  the illfated Titanic.  Another invention, of which high  hopes are entertained is what is Known  as the mlcrothermometer, an instrument enabling very much closer readings ofthe temperature of the water  to be obtained than is possible with an  ordinary thermometer. It is also self-  recording.  It Is a curious fact, by tho way. ir  regard to this instrument, tha*. when  an iceberg is being approached the instrument actually records i.. rise In  temperature, this, however, b ing followed by a rapid fall. The explana-  tioiK-j that the water "rom a melting  iceberg, jeaviag. tSie berg at its coldest, gradually travels outward and becomes warmed by .. the absOrp.tlotf- of  heat from the sun. "  Submarine signalling; too, for the  prevention of. disasters in foggy weather, is also being closely studied by  experts, for it is recognized "that there  is much room for improvement ln the  signalling apparatus used ;-t the present time on board ship. Fog-horns,  sirens, and other apparatus used for  sending sound through the air to or  from ships at sea are regarded as very  unsatisfactory, and it is estimated that,  in ten years no fewer than 1,000 vessels,were wrecked, resulting in the  los3 of 500 human lives, owing solely  to aberrations of sound or to echoes.  The modern system of submarine  signalling consists of bills sunk in at  least 20 feet of water, operated by electricity or pneumatic or hydraulic pres-  Lord Mayor Appeals to London Times  ^ -to *-*taIse'Money to Make it Publlo  Property  At the urgent request of the Lord  Mayor of London, Sir David Burnett,  The London ' lines ha* undertaken to  raise $450,000 to save the Crystal Palace which *he Court of Chancery had  ordered sold by auction, uid mako tt <  -(.Srlac'e and its grounds, covering some  200 acres, public property instead of  b-ing split up Into building lots. ��������� titi  ?For nearly two years the prese^  ���������Lord Mayor and two predecessors had  been.s-ekingto raise $i,150,00q necessary-id make ?t_e? purchase^,? aiid dies*;  pairing of completingtiitieYfund, Sir  David Burnett appealed t the Londba  Tiines to, open ;it3ijeo&mnB? for, tisnti-  ncrib'tiohs to the ?������moi���������it of $450,000,  that being his estimate of tho balance  he?will be.unable to obtain. TherTimes  respohded to the appeal with the explanation:  So far as we are a war-* The Times  has never before, in all its long history  made so direct an appeal to Its readers for a large sum of money for an  important national object as we make  today. But the circumstances are . n-  usual and the case, In our opinion, as  cogent as it is iatrinsleall-good.  King George promptly subscribed  $1,000, Queen Mary $500 and   Que_a  A1_-'-ni4trin     (fcf^AA  xxtCAauuiOi   <pw\/*  Lord Plymouth, whose means and  public soirit enabled him to advance  the $1,150,000 heeded t^ preserve tho  property, gave.$25,000.  A private citizen, whose identity Is  to remain unknown except to the Lord  Mayor and The Times, offered to contribute ten shillings for ������very sovereign subscribed by the end cr. a certain  month, limiting his responsib'llty in  this respect, however, to $150,000.  The Times gar������ $5,000, the Duke of  Westminster $5,000, W. Perkins Ball  $5,000, tihe Rothschilds $1,250, and further jarge and small sums were soon  added.  Tbe other -newspapers cf England  immediately rallied to the support of  The Times, and the prospect is favors  able for speedily securing Crystal Palace for thei-i atlon.  Canadian Peace?Centenary  The Canadian Peace Centenary Association is now aotlvoly at work organizing Provincial Committees and  prosecuting Its campaign for the com-  iu-S celebration c2 one?hundred years  of peace. between tie British" Empire,  and the United States.  B. H. Scammell, the orgainlzlng secretary, has just returned from abrlo-  visit to the Maritime provinces, whw?6  the movement has been moat cordially received, in New Brunswick? Nova  Scotia and Prince Edward Island  strong Provincial Committees are being formed, and there Is every indication of a large and growing interest.  Mr. Scammell will visit -Manitoba,  Saskatchewan, Alberta _ridBrlt-sh Columbia, with a view'to considerably enlarging tho membership?.bf?tbe?-:Ai5spr  ciatioii, and securing the active co-operation of tho Provincial Governments  and the leading professional and business men in the four 'Vt/esterh:pi*ov-  Ihceb. As this celebratioh will be  more than, a; gathering and demonstration, it is desired to secure the assistance of the Educational authorities, Churches, National Pocieties, Women's Organizations and Labor Unions.  In addition to the Canadian Association there are two others Tat ..*ork, one  in the United States and one in Great  Britain, both of which have extensive  programmes. Sir Edmund Walker is  President of the Canadian Association,  Mr. Andrew Carne_ie chairman of the  American, and Rt. Kon. Earl Grey, late  Governor General of Canada, chairman  of the British Committee.  Il������|i!!-'-^  . !���������������������������::!:������������������;  ���������ajili!iii!.-l!:,:i5^"In!i5l_*_f.������fe_. ^%&&.*^'���������-?**&'%;���������w  SlUtFULDit  i**������_.'*__ _  ^r_6i Weather becayse there  ,_^*__������::_=    ���������_���������___. __A  V __Tvfi-I_i  ���������"-JS9 ��������� ��������� W9^a  *ff*_ E B-B*___k__*B B_ __  BJMB ���������M������a*S**BBBS-W .  Ea$y to. Use. Gqq$ for tho $hoes  Dally  Market Letter  and   Sample  Grain  Baga.  Send us. your name and address and   >ve win  put yO-U''''on''.r-our'mailinkrlIs.t-rrfit'^--ii'e_;^:.-Let us  keep you posted on -market (prices fqrgrrratn,.,., ^    .- ^  Personal attention given to selling and grading of all  cars      Our Car  Tracing  and   Claim  Departments   work -In,our  clients' Interests.  We have every facility for prompt service and  we get "best results for shippers. ���������������������������'������������������**���������*     ,,���������  Send to-day for a supply of sample bags and deal witn a  firm whose business has been built-up-.by satisfied customers.  CENTRAL GRMN COMPANY? LIMITED  COMMISSION  MERCHANTS  tli_  GRAIN EXCHANGE      -     WiNNIFEG,  Paid-up Capital, $150,000  Inferences?    any     Ban"_    or  'Commercial Agency,  The Heart of a Piano is the  Action,   insist on the ,  A Sweet Refrain  Bachelor���������Before the wedding you  told me that married life would te  one grand sweet song.  Benedict (gloomily)���������Yes, and since  then I have found It .'-*������ one grand  sweet refrain.  Bachelor���������Refrain?  Benedict���������Yes; my wife insists that  I refrain irom cards, refrain trom  nmnkliig. and refrain from thn clnb.  sure. It is said that a submarine ben  can be heard at a greater distance  than any fog-horrii, siren, or anj other  generally used air signal or device,  and it Is recorded that one cf these  bells was heard at a distance of from  ten io ntt ?>n miles.  uhe receiving apparatus Is very simple, consisting of two oast-iron tanks,  which are placed below the water-line  on either side of the ship's bows and  In contact with the shell of the ship.  In each tank is the microphone, which  to connected by an electric telephone  system and the bridge. There the navigating officer has suitable receivers  and switches which enable him to listen on either side of the ship. If he  alters the course of the ship on hearing the bell so that the intensity of  the sound is equal on both sides of the  ship then the bell lies straight in front  and according to the intensity of the  various sounds he is able to avoid  danger.  Requisite on the Farm.-���������Every rarm-  er and stock-raiser should keep a supply of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil on  hand, not enly as a ready remedy,for  ills in the family, but because it is  a horse and cattle medicine of great  potency. As a substitute for sweet  oil for horse_ and cattle affected by  colic it'far. suipasses anything that  can be administered.  Only.a Difference In the  Kind  Professor Nicholsi, a famous physicist, during the recitation of a freshman class in natural philosophy, observed a tali, lanky youth in the rear  seat, his head In a recumbent position, his body in a languid pose, his  eyes half closed? and his legs extended  far but.      He  was  either   asleep  or  about tr lose consciousness. ..  . Mr.-*Iticardo,,said the scientist, you.  may recite.       >-?������������������.-. .=> ^  '��������� The freshmian opened his eyes slowly. He did not change his sopmolent  pose. \        .  Mr. Rica: do, what is ~ork?   ^  Everythiug is work, wa-s the urawl-  ing ri-ply. , ���������  "What?     Everything Is work?  "V**_*s  sir  The'n I take It you would like the  class to beli_T3-kat-thls desk is work?  yes. sir, replied the youth wearily,  wood work.  Forty-Sixth Anniversary of Great Am  munition Company  Just forty-six years ago, with the  spirit of reconstruction then abroad in  the land as a moving influence/began  the flrst successful manufacture of  metallic cartridges in tbe United  -tares. Somo while before, when  journeying through the West, Marcel-  lus Hartley had seen a roughly made  metallic shell or case made to contain  the. charge of a gun and had given this  idea considerable thought. After the  Civil War some ten years later, realizing the importance of metallic cartridges for the . new breech loading  arms, Mr. Hartley's firm bought up the  plants and patents of several unsuccessful factor! .s and on August 9th,  186f, the Uniott^ Metallic Cartridge  Company was incorporated, -. half century after the first Remington gun was  made at Ilion, N.Y.  In tho.C0'.3, skin cartridges and those  of parchment and linen holding the  powder and bullet and percussion caps  had been made, together ^ith a few  inferior rim fire cartridges; but now  came this new industry uore important than all the rest combined. A  mechanical genius.was -sought and  found in the person of Alfred C-. Hobbs  whose master skill had~NbrOught him  Muscallonge,   Pike   and   Pickerel   are  all Closely Related.  Three divisions of the piko .family  are known to anglers, and these are  named "muscallonge, pike and pickerel. The gamest of the group, of  cours o 1 s tlie * mrtiscallbnge-' and. students claim -that two varieties are  found. This may or may not be  true, but they confuse . the Great  Northern pike with the muskie in  many parts of the country.  In thl3 section we generally consider the muscallonge as the largest  member of the pike family as specimens as large as 100 pounds have  been reported, but in Europe the common pike often runs to a corresponding size.  Muscallonge, pike and pickerel of  course, are all more or less similar  in shape, and their flns are -of,-the  same number, the base body coloring  of green or yellow also being similar in the different specie-'.' Tn all  too, tha belly color ranges from white  to cream. But this is a3 far a3 the  similarity goes. In the muscallonge  the body markings are always and  invariably a dark brown or black and  are either round    spots   or  ___f'  fi am  Fork-  ������k-j     AArt  _- 1 J  the $i,ooo in gold oirerea by **  . .....   TCI-nt���������  Highest grade beans kept whole  and meal*" by perfect baking,  retaining their full strength.  Flavored with, delicious sauces.  They _a-e no ������quo1.        j  ���������" Wr'Cl a rK?'jM!f'i- ?Nion'i reh iti '���������:  Professional Criticism  At a banquet of New York newspaper nrien recently, a story was told to  exemplify ohe pride with which every  vertical I man should take ln the work by which  blotches,    according  known author.  to    one    well  Tight Skirts Ir. Etnpcri.i  An Emporia girl met a friend tlie  otlier day and said: Why weren't you  at tho party last night? Tho friend  replied: Oh, I had u dreadf-'i m-clcleiiL.  I sat on tho lawn and a moa.iilto bit  me, and I could not get my non' skirt  on nvpr tho bite.  John Kondrlck Baags wns moving  hla goorl3 mid dm It lot* from Ills homo  at YonlicfH, N.Y. It was tv rainy day,  F.ntl before tho house stood three large  movliiK vans and the lawn was covered with furnUuro o-.' nil ���������ort8. Mr.  Bangs htootl in tlio downpour expediting the moi/oiH, when a lady, c. neighbor with whom ho wns- acquainted,  paaHodi and snilllnftly nskoil:  Oh, nro you moving, Mr. Bangs?  No, Indeed, Mrs. ,   replied    tho  liiimo.-liit. You hoc, ll In ouch n beautiful day that I thought I would got  nil my furniture out if my house anrl  lako It cut for a ride.  Punishment to Fit the   Crime  Not long ago there entered the office of a New York broker a most excited person who, upon ascertaining  that the broker was indeed the individual he sought announced In no uncertain terms that he proposed to have  salittiaciiou und jusllee.  By exercising his suavest methods  the broker managed to elicit from his  excited caller that on the previous,  day, as the broker's chauffeur was operating his employer's car, he had, at  the corner of Broadway and Fifty-  fourth street, nearly run down the  complainant's wife. Incidentally tearing from her frock a quantity of material.  I am very sorry, Indeed, said tho  broker, and will be glad to do what I  can to remedy the matter. Do you  expect that I shall got yonr wife a new  frock?  No. I don't snapped the angry husband, brandishing a bit o.t cloth. What  I propose to do ls to soo that you  match I hla material.  -?W)ttl^ ���������,  KIDNEY  &?��������� pills./  On what ground did sho got a  vorco?  Reno, I bellevo.  dl-  Hurdly  Proud of Him  Mrs. Nubrlde���������My dear Jack Is so  handsome; ho resembles a Crook god.  Mrs. Longwed���������So does    my   husband.  mmamm^^���������^- _'-*uftU  THE?*!  Mrs. D. Timid (at Long Beach hotol)���������I bfvg parden but did you not sry  you wero prosen'ted to the king during  your tour abroad.  nc'j" Nc-l-jibbor-   Ye-."., mnd." vn,  And you spoke of other exporlonacs  of a llko natuio.  I wns presented to several of tho  crowned hoads of Europe, talked with  many of lho gr*-ut generals and noted  diplomats, /and Nvas granted an audience wllh "tho pope.  Weren't you scored?  Not at nil.  Then lt you nre not aCm-d, t wIb'.i  you Would toil Uio head wallij Uml  this nnlt box Ih empty.  Meeting i. Negro, a certain southern  gentleman asked him how he was getting on.  The Negro assumed a tnoubled jook  and replied:  Oh, so far's physlcallty goes, I m all  right, but I sure do have ma troubles  wit ma wife. .  Well, Sam, I'm sorry ';o i.ear that.  What seems to be the matter?  She thinks money grows on tree3,  I l-eckon. All the time she keeps on  pestering me fob pinch o' change. If  it ain't a dollah, it's a half or a quarter she wants. .  What on earth does she do with the  money?  I dunno.     Ain't nevah give her none  yet.  _i i       i.i       ������������������*��������� ���������  Tommy's Aunt���������Won't you nave another piece of cake. Tommi?  Tommy (on a visit) - No, * thank  y Tommy'- Aunt���������You seem to be suffering from loss of appoUle.  Tommy���������That ain't loss o, appetke.  What I'm sufforing from !s po'teness.  Llmo In Water  In answer to a communication from  a lay correspondent, who expresses  hit* bollof that tho llmo In common  water has much to do with tho bringing on of old Ago, tho Lancet says  that whllo that oplulon is common,  it Is of courao, fatuous. To those  ncoplo who bellevo that wat: Is the  only posBlblo channel by wlilcli llmo  {-ilia arc conveyed to ilm uruiuilsm  tho writer sayfl: Llmo salts aro in-  ccparahlo from tho common, everyday articles ot food, so that it hard  wator woro loft out of the dietary  thoro would rHU bo secured a largo  dletarv intake of llmo salts, which  could mly bo avoided by "a hunger  fltiikf*.  lish Government for the man who  could pick the lock Of the bank of 1  England. Nearly all the special machines required were the inventions jf  Mgp. "Hobbs. At first, rim fire cartridges were turned out, but with Col.  Berdan's revolutionary invention of the  primer, central Are cartridges became  the bulk of the output. The far-famed primers developed by the Remington. U.M.C. experts have enabled the  company's ammunition? to. go through  all climatic conditions and prove absolutely normal-in'any test.  In 1873 equipmeiii for muking shotgun shells was Installed and in the  early 80's shotgun loads were supplied.  As our readers well know the two  great companies, the Remington Arms  Com. any and the Union Metallic Cartridge Company, amalgamated several  years i'.go, and since have Veeo doing  business as one.  St. X-dore, P.Q., Aug. 18, 1904.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen,���������I have Yrequently user"  MINARD'S LINIMENT and also prescribe it for my patients always with  the most gratifying results, and I consider it thw teat all-roun-1 Liniment  extant.  Yours truly,  DR. JOS. AUG. SIROIS.  he makes a living.  Two street sweepers, seated on a  curbstone, -were discussing a comrade  who.had died- the day befor,.  Bill certainly was a, gcod sweeper,  said one. Yes, conceded the other,  thoughtfully, but ���������don't you think he  wasi a little weak arom-l  the lamp  p03tS? ���������''"  Good Dope  Boost when you can, and when you  can't  Close down,   youv   own   talk-makl_g  plant.  For, though lt sounds queei', I'll admit,  No knocker ever made a hit.  Ethel, didn't I see you out walking  yesterday with Mr. Wombat?  You -."id not. I have no acquaint-  ancea below the taxtcab mark.  There was a travelling mar. once  who found himself short of Turds. His  flrst thought, of course, wa3 to wire  his firm, which he did. In a might  letter he explained the situation and  asked:  How shall tact?  The next morning lio got a day message, "which was nothing if not illuminative.  Act as if you were broke.  Sleeplessness.���������Sjleep   Is   the   great  restorer and to be deprived of it is  VJ.UJ.J.      iusd.       ��������� uai,c t cr      uiaj        -E      tile  cause of it, indigestion, nervous derangement or mental worry, try a  course of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills.  By vegulati-g the actio?, of the stomach, where the trouble lies, they will  ?restore normal conditions and healthful sleep will follow... They exert a"  sedative force upon ike nerves and  where there ls unrest they bring re. 'r.  To Beautify the Panama Canal  The Commission of Fine Arts proposes to beautifv the Punaiha Canal  by the erection of monuments at appropriate places and of arches at the entrance and termination of the Canal.  At present the Commission say, the  canal, like tho Pyramids, ls Impressive  onlv because of its scale and its simplicity.  , .inmi.   Exercise  Get any exercise whll*- you woro  away? '''"'.  Plenty ot it. My wife dressed four  times a day and I did tho buttoning  for hor.  There "was ������ cow on the track. The  shoe drummer, who had geen cutting  cards for the cigars, beckoi-.ed to the  porter.  Boy, ia that cow still on tha track?  Yeas sir.  How fast ls the train moving?  'Bout fo* miles nn houah whllo de  cow am on de track.  And how fast ls the cow going?  'Bout fivo miles an houah, sah.  Well, hero is a quarter. Take a few  yai'ds of rope up to the engineer and  tell hm to hitch tho train, to the cow.  Wo might make mako better time.  THE WORLD'S WURK DEPEND-  ON THE WORLD'S DIGESTION  _.-,_y to Get Alcni, V/lth  Ik'W  aro  you   getting  along  with  your neighbors?  Flno. Thoy don't soom to care what  our children do to theirs.  ���������Tones had engaged his now gardener  by corrr-apoiidoneo, nnd when ho wnn  duo to ariH'o Jones drovo io tho llttlo  kiv    r������ Uii or nix hoxftn for 9*2.(50.  nt all dealers, or Th** Dodd* Medl- 11 co",*r,,Ll *���������  tiuun.ui io muni. uuu.  nine  vjouipi-i.y,   i.ii:.n.������'.u,     Vuiumu, i ,..'.^.v ..r y..r:r ���������'������������������''Ztititi'.",  ..':".  Cnnadii                                                      I Faith, nnd I lost Ir, said Mike.  -i- .ii-H- i>'    n '��������� ���������'"��������������������������������������� -��������� -���������i-ii*-! -I Lost It? That certainly Is too   1 mm. . ��������� T.T���������W   <()(1    ���������,    1,,,,,,,,,,,?  ���������*    Oh, bodud, the cork cum out!  W. N, U. 0G0  bad.  The Uoeful Burfllar  Lio still thero, and I won't hint you.  All I want lu your money  aud your  jewels, and thon I'll jl-ct.  Ml vtf-r-ht, old ivpii, niul wMIa vom'i-o  nearchlng for tho Jewels If you run  ncropn my drep-j hIi.vI mtuiIh I wish  you'd put"thom out on the drearier. 1  haven't boen alilo to find tliom for u  month.  IMinI   *a   \*m   ^ri0mi)  lie-���������Thoy tay UIhhIii-' bring., on din-  ennoifi,  Slii>-���������Well, n 11, Me Illnoi'H nil si <-i>mc  Into ovcry llfo.  From the captain of Industry to tho  hod carrier���������from uiiludy iu the uuto to  the woman with the scrubbing brush���������  the accouiplishmeiita of every one of us  depend absolutely on the accompliah.  tneutfl of our utouiachs.    Hacked by a  Sood di-icatiou, a man can h'ivc the beat  tat in In him. When his stomach falls,  .. be become* a weakling,  . To this loss of power no one need  submit. Right habits of eating,  drinking, sleeping aud exercise, aided  by Na-Dru-Co Dyapepsia Tabloid, will  rentore and maintain the full efficiency  of the human mlud and body.  Na-Dru-Co Dyapepsia Tublclu contain  tbe active principles needed Tor the  allelic}:"cf every !dud of fo**d, T������i"*f  RO'lo the ssslatatice of the weakened  fUom-uli, and ennble thr f.iiflVr**r, right  from the .start, lo uasimiUite ami k*-1 tllo  benefit of the food eaten. With thia  aasi.-'tcinc-c, the digestive* oipjns regain  ���������b-������lrtn������i������  miil "n/T, ih������>u������i������of th*; tnblebi  is no longer necesiinry.  it your t.tollmen \-.i not wi.n*���������iin; j,'.-j-  i  perly, try Na-Dru Co Dyapepsia TableU,  50c. at your tintggist'tt. Nolion*! Drusr  [ ������iid Clirni'ra] Co. of Cannd.i, Limitrd,  1  Montreal. i-l  I understand Harry, remarked the  acquaintance, tl^at your wlfo has started to practice economy. Tho missus  was saying something about It last  night.  Yes, ropllod Harry, sho Is practicing  economy, all right, and If your wlfa ls  thinking of*taking a turn In the same  dlroc'tlon you had hotter got busy and  head hor off boforo lt Is too late.  I don't understand you, Harry, .aid  tho acquaintance, with a pcrpl.xjl  expression. I should regard economy  as something to commend.  Yen,  wan  tho  nrnUvng rejoinder  of  Harry, but not whon your wlfo Is buying your shirts at threo. for a dollar  so that Bho can got herself a $20 hat.  - - ��������� 1 .   -.''���������>  Mabel (apropos of *.*iow evening  drona which hns Just arrived from tho  drosBmakor)���������Oh, mother, how lovely 1.  Do wear lt tonight.  Mother���������No. dear, nr.!*. tonight. This  in for whrMi lfl������"len and p*pntlenif������n come  to dinner.  Mabel���������Mother, dear, do lot's pretend just for onco that f'vthor's s gentleman.  Senator Afrhurst, of Arizona, the other day discussed a fellow senator who  had geen sitting on the political fence  with great skill for months. Every  one suapect3 his true position, but na  one can probe it. It reminded Ash-  urst of the incident that folio ..ed the  kidding of Jesse James, the outlaw,  A stranger entered the morgue, said  Ashurst, and raising his hat politely,  addressed th-j morgue keeper.  Sir, said he, would you de me a  great favor? Will you perm':-, me to  see all that is mortal of the honorable  Jesse James?  Sure, said the -morgue keeper. He  walked to the marble slab and pulled  out the dead robber. The stranger  gazed earnestly. Thon, replacing his  hat, ho started to leave.  One moment, said tho morgue keeper. Why did you call the dead man.  tha honorable Josse James?  Because, saUl tho stranger, I wasn't  quite certain ho was dead.  i. ������������  An Oversight  My homo for cats Is not a success.  I havo provided good food, nlco sleeping quarters and yet tho cats are not  happy.  You are shy on amusement features.  old man. You haveu't provided any  hack fence,  H&4-3  :'���������&������!  Habits of the Hired Man  Well, did them plcturo  people get  moving pictures of every thing on the  i'unu?  Everything lr.it tho hired mtn, snld  Farmer Heck.   They couldn't    catch  him In motion.  Public Opinion  Tho Fond Mother���������Everybody says  ho Is suoh a protty babyt I am suro  the poot was right when ho said that  heaven lies about tis In our Infancy.  Tho Undo (unfeelingly)��������� JLtut lie  should have added: So doc3 everybody  else.  The Inventor  Reginald do Bacchus, profligate son  of n mllllonnl-o soap maker, sat up ln  bod and moaned for water.  This In the cud of my ���������oolnl carreer,  ill!   Ill lit! l'l uii. i   WUIllil    .m >    lllllcil    lllbi,  n(ght nt iho hall and Hluggorul  into  ovoryhedy.  Hardly,   nir,  linrdly,  murmured   hlu  valet, npolopii'tlonlly,.    Every    onr*  PI'iiIhIiik yo i    for    Iiivciiliut,    a    new  II,llll l'.  A cigarette 11 rm announce.! that It  will liint.uU 11 Htula fountain In one of  lln BoHton Hti'iivi'.      hi thin an appeal  'to catch iiH-i'-.ciioolgirl voto  Women's  Confidence Bn  thooflleacyof this thoroughly triod  homo romody ia never riimpliu-eu. .tu  ovcry way���������In health, ntrongth, spirits and in IooIch���������women find th-*in-  oolvoa   bettor  aftor timely uso of  . . _ hi  ana wrrrmrrarmmM Mi maim m*z  PILLS  Sold ���������vnr/wlixra.   In bave*. ZH niitw,  mmammmmaaa  ion THE   CRBSTQN    REVIEW,     CRESTON,    B.  C.  Th  tie  Creston ^ewieVfr  M JI T������-  7 J.l_~     /-������ -������-.���������.  i-*ul>ijBi3ed every   Friday at d-cotOu, lijutish Col���������*__!������, bjr the L/YosUjjj irriut-  ing and Publishing Company, Ltd.  The Review is the acknowledged advertising medium of the Creston valley, cir  enlacing in neaily one thonsahd homes throughout, the Creston district and  reaching ont in a broad manner into other eonimum-rus. Our iinveiti*-i������jrr rates  are based on the scale bf the _Cootenay aiid Boundary _. iters' Board of Trade.  Land purchase and land lease notices, $7 for statutory time. Display adver-  tisements, $i per inch per month; other advertising 10 cents per line first it-sue  and 5 cents per line in succeeding weeks. Subscription rates $3.00 a yenr in  advance. Our columns are open to con'tribntiors denling in matters of local interest and the welfare of the community. Contributions must bo brief and  signed.  A..B. S. Stanley  Editor and Manager  Swiss dairymen assert cows  yield a larger quantity of milk  if they listen to music during  the milking process. A gram-  aphone that could render  "The Old Oaken Bucket,"  "Shall We Gather at the River," "Where the Rivei Shannon Flows" and other aquatic  selections ought to be installed in' every well equipped  dairy.���������-Province.  Ther~ w.-ill be  hitter suffei-  ���������ino- in  ��������� o  ���������  'illir-r-ne r������f  -fornilif������c    ?*$  USE ALL THE CORN.  coding Value of  Europe this winter. Course  food will give place to coarse-  er'belts will b- tightened in  place of mea}stratious will be  shortened, and every public  and private agency of relief  will be taxed to capacity to  keep har*_ship from beconitug  disaster,For moretban a thou  saud       million     dollors     of  ���������7 .. ...m..^ r.lf. I . mm ... fi .-.���������   *^ ������ * ���������  I W/^~.  _JfU.il/LJC  0 J.JV������_1_        _a.pii.tl.l       Aid.-  been burned up in the Balkan  war, or has gone into unproductive increase ot armies already loo great for taxpayers  to support. The coming hard  skids will press most heavily  upon lands which felt the devastation of war, Turkey and  Bulgaria and the fought -over  region of  Thrace  ane  MaDe-  donia. In the first named  countries defeat has added:  bitterness to privation,and in  Turkey the character of society Will increase the i ls  of  poverty. Bnt .while these  lands suffer worst .no part of  Kurope is wholly exempt.  Fifteen thousand men are already out of work iu   Berlin;  and  the authorities  of    that  city are expecting a   repetion  of the br-ad riots of last iCear.  Martial iaw prevails over  large  districts  of   Austria  and  Russia. Workers iu Italy  are  stiking for a liviug for a living wage;  and even  in dros-  peious France  and  Holland  the pinch is felt.  Silo Makes Available F<  Stalk aa Well as Ear.  By the use of the silo and harvesting  the corn plant for sliage the feeding  value of the plant is increased froni  $10 to $12 per acre. It is estimated  that GO per ceut of the feeding value of  the corn plant is in the ear of corn and  40 per ceut ls in the stalls.  If a field of corn which would make  forty bushels per acre is harvested in  the usual way of gathering tbe com  and leaving the stalk stand we have  harvested only 00 per cent of the crop.  The forty bushels of corn at 50 cents  per bushel are worth $20, but if the  stalks have two-thirds the feeding  value of the grain the stalks are worth  from $10 to $12 or $15 per acre, depending upon the quality of the crop  and the condition they are in when  harvested for silage.  If the stalks are left in the Seid they  have a feeding value of from $l to  $1.50 or $2.50 per acre. This decreased  value of the cornstalk when left in  the field is due to the fact that when  the stalk is left standing it loses ttg  moisture and the fiber becomes hartl,  woody and indigestible.  it is therefore evident that to obtaiu  the ma_i���������:���������>������������������- feeding value of the  corn crop it should be harvested and  made into silage and that the use of  the silo will increase the feeding value  of the corn plants from $10 to $12 pei  ~X%KIJ  E>6p3 ft uueiit  Dair. Hus���������Snd-V, Oklahoma A. and 5������.  QQllaof&ti,  <$x$-r3*������><3x3xS>'3>--������'-^^  ,jl asiiije    am���������,    eaonu JS  i ��������� 1  Tbe good book says to watch and   ^  pray; <������  'Tis good advice, as all will say;      ^  But  prayers   won't  stop   the   bugs  and blight.  So make ap your mind you'll have  to fight.  ^   If you raise seed fruit and  make  it pay,  Tou    must    fertilize,    prune    and  spray.  -���������-FsT2Ji Press.  Por Filling the Apple Barrol.  How to pack apples in barrels:  Two  layers of fruit should be placed In the  bottom of barrel witb stems down and  us close together as .possible.    These  will form the facing, for this end  will be the top  when opened.  Fill In with the  same grade,  8bake the barrel  often aud when  near tlie top put In two moro layers  with stems up, letting the last layer  stand a full Inch above"tbe'rehine of  barrel. Now put on lid and. slowly  press Into place, slinking the barrel in  the memiwliile. Tbe stores sell very  ���������lYoclli'iit barrel header-* or nrenR������>s,  But one cau be rigged vory quickly by  using a plank or scantling with ono  end under a stud reaching'to the shed  pinto and nailed temporarily In place?  See cut Be careful not to press tho  apples too Inird.���������Farm Journal.  Fertilize Your Orchard.  As neglected its the average farm  orchard Is in almost every particular  It probably stiflVrs worse from tin-  lack of fertilization than from nny  other en use. It ls Indeed n rare caso  where the Tanner ur perhaps even the  nrcliiirdist manures or fertilizes hlu  orchard as thoroughly nnd as conscientiously as ho does his corn nnd wheat  ground, snys the Fttrmer'H Ouldo.  Famed as ���������  Murderer.  A BtorrT onco went the rounds tn Paris  that an enterprising visitor to M. Con-  stans proposed to pick a quarrel with  M. Ilocbefoi-t uud kilt Lliu.  "Many thanks," said Con-tans, "bnt  I do my own naardcra,"  The retort found Its wny to Constantinople, and wbeu M. Constant! arrived  thero txe French ambassador be was  ���������truck by tho exaggerated deferenco of  the Turkish officials from Armenia. A  man who did his mnrders himself was  a remarkable figure to administrators  who employed the Kurds for that necessary btudnesa.  A UUo R������tort.  A dapper young sboo clerk attcd a  number nlno over n farmer's yarn  sock. "When you got these on," lie  smilingly remarked, "you can sing  'How Firm a Foundation.' " The fnriii-  ������ r, mmrnXm^A   mr.*   m    .mmmA  -HI    ,*.r,    m.  Kaffir an Good as Corn.  Knfflr Is ns good ti feed as corn. Because farmers nre learning this Knlllt  has become one of the most Important  crops growu In Kansas today The  prrnln ls vnlued hlghlj' na a feed for all  ehiHses of llvo stock, ln feeding flvo  bushels of Knlllr seed nro considered us  oelng equivalent to four bushels of  ���������helled corn.  Rifled Firearms.  In tho South Kensington museum  ore several wheel lock muskets with  rilled linrrels made during tho relgu of  Cliarlea I., If not eni-ller. Sued barrel*  wore then usually culled "screwed."  Zacluiry Orey In a note on "lludlbriis."  part 1, canto It, lino I**:1:*, snys that  Prince Huport showed hla skill aa a  marksmnu by hitting twice. In Miiceet*.  slon tho vane on Ht. Mitry'** Stafford  at sixty yards with n "scrowed" pistol.  ���������London���������Notes aui] Queries.  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If you havo any blood disease, consult us Free of Charge and let 113 Drove to  you how quickly our -remedies wilt remove  at evidences of disease Under tho tnfluenco  U tha New Method Treatment the Bit In bo-  corrti-a cleai", ulcers,' pimples and blotches  h *nl up, enlarged glands are reduced, fallen  out-hair prows in again, the eye a become  brteht, ambition nnd enerpy return, aud the  v'l-ttm realizes a new lifo boa opened up to  him. . ���������   ' ��������� ___ '���������'  YOU CAN ARRANGE TO PAY AFTER  YOU ARE CURED  CONSULTATION FREE  Send for Booklet on Disease* of Men  "THE GOLDEN MONITOR" FREE  If* unable to call, wrlto for a Qucttloa Llat  for Home Treatment  EHf&KEIfN  Cop. Michigan Ave, and Q.!swo!d $t,   Detroit. Mlefe-  All letters from Canada must be addressed  to our Canadian Correspondence Department in Windsor, Ont. If you desire to  see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we see and treat  _o patients iu our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters as follows;  DIRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Cafe  "Write for our private address.  Exacting. '  ���������"What is he kicking about?" asked  the manager.  ���������'Wants his nickel back," replied tfa$  beautiful ticket seller.  "What's the complaint?"  *"_The moving pictures didn't tal!-"  Things to Be Avoided.  Drafts,    either    from    windows   cs  banks,  policemen.  C*0\ ������*~fi������  ���������v/\s. _������������������  Locomotives.  Garden tools.  Near It.  ���������"'I found one honest- man."  "Was he in the poorhouse?"  "No."  "Where, then?"  "On the way to ItH  A Change*.  Herculaneum and Pompeii.  Pompeii was buried in ashes or light  scoria, while Herculaneum was entombed in lava, which, after cooltn?,  burdened into a material of the .(insistency of marble, and we thus have  the explanation of the fact that whlia  tlie Urst city bas long been nnearth?tf  the latter Is still largely covered witb  its ancient lava shroud. Escavatimi-*  nre constantly going on at Hercniane-  um, and "tlio work will in alt probability continue to the finish, but it Is not  likely that any especially important results will accrue, since the life ot tbe  two cities was practically tbe same.-'  New York American.  "Does  he like polities?    He fairly  eats "em."  "That's   better,  theirs.?  Most   men   drinli  "���������Well, sad to say, 1*11 have to tea*  myself away."  "Tbaf II be rlppin' won't it?"  Stopping and  Starting.  'Tis money maKes the. auto go.  A dollar you can drop  And hardly know that It is spent���������  A tack will malte one stop.  PERT PARAGRAPHS.  The less said about a man's cbarao  ter the better it is.  Life Is worth living to nny womnn  who bns the price of a new bat or  credit at the department store.  ' A girl who paints well mny be borao>  ly, but It'is her own ronlt if she Is.  The great majority of Ihe pay as yoa  go set are of the stay at home variety.  The.Don't Worry club Is the greatest  dispenser of worrlnient to those people connected with its members on  record. The humane society should  Investigate them and order their suppression as a public nuisance.  Warmed over affection lu about na  pIciiKiint to Its recipient as a second  hand bnlli would be.  The man who complains (hat ho flnd**)  temptation too strong for blm is sol*  dom willing to tako n tonic.  When n man ls polllo to his wlfo tho  neighbors mny he surprised, but It la  nothing to the shock that tbo woman  gets,  Doing ns you please sounds fnaclnat-  In-r, hut It dnopn't tako Into account  tho bill fur damages.  Whon father la in a bnd humor tt ta  n sign thnt mother Isn't going to aak  him for money that day.  SwnMlnp* flics In no occupntion for  a tender hearted mortal.  ( A Very Mad Dog.  A flttlo girl ciitne running to toll  ihuut'n mail dog nlie liml noon. **Wo  naw n'-inntl dug?" hIio giispcil. bnt tho  woi'trln-Hceuicd tno tnmc to do Jimtlco  to tlloV.Hltnation. "Oh, lie wiih nuid,  mini!" sho added, frowning nnd pump,  lug her llHta, "Ilo was fiirlotm!"���������  Ilnrnci-'M Woi'blv.  b/������r nine* w������������ro nn bin f<v������t nnrl hlu old  shoes In a neatly wrnppi-d pnckiige  under bin arm. As lie rcnr-licd the  door he smilingly aald. "And you can  ���������ing "A charge to keep I bflro.' "���������Phil-  adelphlh JlAdfer,  Ob, Whar* Wm 8h������7  ���������That new cook I uocured Is certainly   qulot."   nnld   Mr.    hnMx*   happily.  .j....     ii,......     ,._,i:>     m,,\/\i     l.i.U   in   lil'OML  4 I, i.   n I fl 1.1* '���������  "Hho Isn't." ehlm-d In Mrs. Dubbs.  "Hhe left curly this !������'>rnlng."-Phlla*  ������*l<.',.li!n | ,wV"-**.  pad Realities.  The luinoyiiiiMiii  In alioiit over when  ho lieu-Ins to notice thnt the nIi>cvc������ of  lu-r kimono nro (uiIIIiik in  ih(. luitter  ill Mil  '   II ��������� ���������   I ���������-    I llrl |     |||.   I'lH'Wfl  .\ I 11 I    llllll    .Ml..:  'A man lined to vicissitude* Is not  f������aU]r 4^J������ct������d-���������Bamuei Johnson.  tr.dHt   as   ttioiigh   he   hud   n   Krudgo  itC'illiHt It.- Petri ill  Free Pivhm.  There aro nby������������ei*  Hint   love ennnot  cmoft. but It can bury itaeir In them   ilaiCAC, ,.-   ..^...mmmmm^,   .       ��������� .   ^.,_.     '  Rational Love,  ���������'The rational rather than the ro.  mantle view of marriage Is the one  most" in. favor with the young people  of the twentieth century," said a well  known eugenics expert ini an address  Iii'Cleveland.  "The rational view will make for l,flp-  pler marriages. And this rational view  is beautifully Illustrated In two <iues-  thms-n little dialogue���������running thus:  "���������Wiii yon always jove me?'  ���������"Will you always be lovable?"*-*  New York Tribune.  Antiquity of the Census.  . Tbe Idea of the census Is almost ns"  old as history Itself. , King A masts of  pjgypt took n census of his people fttll)  years before Christ The Athenian so-  lon established a census for the purpose of facilitating taxation. We lenni  that about 443 R. O. Serrlus Julius  took a census of Rome. During the  chaos of tbe dark ages tlie census  dropped Into oblivion, but .was revived again about the beginning ot tbe  eighteenth century.  Discretion. ���������  "Now, Mike, you must forgive your  enemies."  ��������� _���������.������������������  m sum.  _--!-l!l tiiim:  n-^ig-^yriagMiiia  SEVENTEENTH  ARTICLE-  ALFALFA AS yA FORAGE PLANt.  By R. A. MOORE of the University of  Wiscoosia vAgrlcaltural Bx������  perimeat Station.  "Do yon obf<������ct fo that?"  "Not altogether There'-- imhip of  '_TO S might as well fornix. i nin'e  big enough to lick 'em" ��������� .....i*,v'iie  Courler-JotimaL  What English Means.  Mrs. Smith���������What aro you reading,  John? Mr. Smith���������I am reading Herbert Spencer's "Principles of Biology."  Mrs. Smith���������Why���������wbat���������what's tbat,  John? Mr. Smith���������Herbert Spencer's  "Biology." Let mo read you an extract���������his deQnltlon of life. Listen:  "It constats of tbe definite combinations of heterogeneous changes, but  simultaneous and successive. In combination witb external coexistences nnd  sequences."  "Why, John, what In tho world Is tho  man talking about?"  "I am astonished nt you. Jane, Why,  this Is tho work of tbo great I.ngllsh  HClcntlRt"  "Vos, I know, but what 1b bo writing  about?"  "Ho Is defining llfo, I told you. Whnt  did you suppose ho was writing  about?"  "(lood gracious*** I thought be was  trying to get a patent on a clothe-*-  borco."���������fjomlon Tit* Hits.  Coverings For Silage.  The uau of Heavy tnrpiiulin to cover  the surface of ullage during Hiiiuuier  feeding Ir being practiced quite uuc-  cuMHfully by Home of the render* of tho  Kansas Fanner. The tarpaulin Ih very  carefully Mprend ovor the whole surface of the Hllngn. and the sllnge Is removed from half tho surface only nt  ouch reeding, alternating from onealdo  of tho silo to the other, in thin wny a  thicker layer can he removed from Hie  Htirfnco fed from dally. The tarpaulin  cover retiirdn the tendency to npoll on  tho mirfuo- left untouched.  i lie  woman   who  cant  YurulHii  the  UtMim?      ,lkl������l      fs*.'.       I ������l������*      1,11,11,^*11   1-1      \>lllll'h  clothes by tiiUlug soap orders Ih andly  lacking lu enterprise.  Nono of tho politicians seem to want  to uavo tho country by shoveling coal  or working In tho harvest fields.  ti A IjFALPA can truly be called the  ��������� :/% qtieen of forage plants. No  .jjTSL ������*ller forage "cotabJnea so-many?  essentials of *_erii as alfalfa.  No other plant has carried"'-with it  more gratiSeatioii to the dairy farmer  nor'fills such a long felt *want. No  forage plant is more readily, .relished  by farm animals or exercises a more  beneficial effect upon the soil.  To determine how extensively alfalfa was grown by the Wisconsin  Kxperimeut association' requests were  sent to 500 to report on the acreage  grown by tbem in 1911. A summary  of 240 reports received shows that the.  Photo by Long Island agricultural expert*  ment station.  ALFALFA PLANT, SHOWING EXCELLENT  ROOT BYSTEM WITH BACTERIA (NITKOGEN)  NODDLES.  members reporting grew a total of  2,324 acres, or an average of 9.6 acres  each.  For instance, twenty years ago alfalfa was practically a stranger in  Wisconsin, but its introduction and  dissemination bave gone on at such a  rapid pace that it seems safe to estimate that there are at least 25,000  acres now grown iu the state.  Ex-Governor Hoard of Wisconsin  was the first man in his state to recognize the great Importance of alfalfa as  a forage plant, und he bns grown alfalfa and disseminated knowledge regarding it continuously for the past  twenty years. .It is safe to say that  Mr. .Hoard has grown more alfalfa  than any other man in the state.  Alfalfa is 'noted for its high- feeding  value and the grent fondness farm animals have for it It belongs to tbe  legume family, or leguminosae, to  which the common red clover belongs.  Alfalfa through Its largo root growth  exerts a ben ell da I effect upon the soil  ou which it grows and tli rough Its  power to feed on the soil elements and  secure moisture at groat depth below  tbe surface is able to stand severo  droughts and maintain itself upon tho  soil for many years without the necessity of reseodlng.  When It Is desired to plow nn alfalfa  field the strong root growth of the alfalfa will severely interfere with tho  plowing unless tho plowsharo Is kept  sharp.  Kxcept whero alfalfa has bocomo  thoroughly established upon tho farm,  no attempt has been mado to encourage a regular rotation with other crops.  On account of tho special caro Riven  to tho selection and proper fitting of  the Hold Tor alfalfa it has soomed advisable to leave the alfalfa ou tho samo  field as long iih It produced woll.  Ah moiiii iih coiiiIHIoiih are unfiivnrn-  blo and the Held becomes patchy and  crowded with Juno grass and whlto  clover it Is best to cut tho alfalfa Into  in tho seat-on and then plow. The field  the following senaon should be put Into  corn or somo other cultivated crop ond  Intensive cultivation practiced to sub-  duo weeds. Tho year following tho In-  tensivo   cultivation   the   field   can   be  ���������own tn ������������������ '<> advnntairo.  -uutiou Glioma uo excrclnea as to  tho location of tho flold. Alfalfa can  bo grown on a wldo variation of soils,  yot on Its first trial on a farm It la  bust to uow on high, well drained land,  A rich clay Ion in on top of gravol ot  ilmcfltono Is tho Idonl location, but It-  will grow ou all types of soil, varying  from a heavy clay to a medium sandy  Joam, If othor conditions are favorablo.  A gentle slopo should bo seldcted. On  level hind wnter will gather ou tho  Burfiice from riilna or melting snow,  and   If   freezing   woathor  followu  ico  ���������ivll!   #ni-iw    .,,.,1   ...���������^*l..m   I*...    .-I.   .   I rm.  ��������� ���������    ���������   -           J   .........      m. ..y  flcld-t   u-MI   then    luvoni*-*   p.,*,.i,n    t  Hhoiiltl he plowed and reseedixl. For1  the hiiiiio reason n creek or river bottom that Is Hiih.lnct to overflow should  not he selected, un tho alfalfa plants,  If Miihiiiei--������cd for rt few hours, will dlo  from HiifToenllon. Land that hns tho  ��������� watyr lluo only two or Uuroa foot hm  iow tne surface should be avoided, asl  the plant needs well drained soils.  The natural home for alfalfa is on  limestone soils or soils that have a.  gocdly supply cf carbonate ef lime i_"  them. No matter how favorable othec  conditions may be, if the soil is sour  and gives a strong acid reaction it will  be necessary to neutralize the acidity  tb some, ers-ebj- befpre?it Wiii be posSi-  ..&i6'-0?get?tb6 best:result8.v?..?-r?  Acid land can yOccasibhally b_ deter-  mined bv Plants such iap sheen gorrol  and mare's tail that thrive thereon, xi  can always be determined by testing  with blue litmus paper which can be  obtained from the druggist. Take some  moist earth from a fow inches beneath  the surface of tho ground and press  it flfmly over a strip of litmus paper.  Do sot handler tho. litmus paper when  the hands are moist, ns the perspiration from them may cause the papef"tp  show an acid .reaction when no?:ac'Jd  is present in the soil.   After the paper  ���������hda    Mmalnail    Im-   tli_    ���������*vll    fAr    *-f*-rS'   AS*  m.m.m-    .......m*���������*v������_:    .M      mmm .. mm..      mm.        I.CU      V"*  fifteen minutes, if it has changed in  Color from 'a blue to a pink or red, the  soil is acid, and ihis acidity should; be'  eorrected to a. certain degree before  alfalfa can be grown to advantage. "  The beginner should,sow only a small  acreage until he has studied the conditions? of the farm in relation to this  crop? One or two acres are sufficient to  start with. Land that has been, in  young sod? the previous year and then  run to potatoes, corn, peas or some  root crop where clean- ���������culture??.was  practiced^ is ? most suitable. This  should be fall plowed seveD or 'eight  inches deep,.so as to have a deep; mellow seed bed.  in the early spring run the disk over  the land and then follow with a fine  tooth harrow.-at. weekly intervals until'  about June S, so the weeds will sprout  and be killed.   The alfalfa seed is then  sown   without any  nurse crop,  using'  twenty pounds per acre.   The practice'  of sowing alfalfa with a nurse cropMs'  being displaced by the method of sowing the seed alone and with.much better' results.     Where the  land  is  extremely weedy it is advisable to summer fallow and sow to alfalfa, the first  week ln August,    tf weedy" the land  should be plowed after the crop is removed and a fine tooth harrow run at  Intervals to kill weeds through the lat-<  ter part of summer and early fall.   For  best results one ton of earth per acre  should be scattered immediately preceding the sowing of the alfalfa seed.  Occasionally the alfalfa will come into,  bud and hesitate to blossom.    Sprouts  will then immediately start at the base.  It should be cut when those conditions  prevail, even though no blossoms an.  ���������' peat.  In the afternoon of the same day of  cutting, if weather has been favorable,  the alfalfa cao be raked and put into  small cocks: The cocks should hot be  left standing in the field more than  two or three days during wet weather  without moving or the alfalfa plants  underneath tbe cocks will be partially  f\W*     rtAmililofrtlw     C������S-������r\/*J, + l**--t������<-*-  Wb.        *w*-������������-������-*|/*V**.\-*_f        ������--_������<-*> + --V.* -V*l*>  Ow     nnii-ni t-rt  mj>j   . * %tr,__������*-*j^  a pitchfork into a cock of alfalfa near  the bottom one can easily move the  pile. If alfalfa is exceedingly green  when cocked or rainy weather sets in  It will heat unless the cocks are opened every day or two. In favorable  weather no more difficulty, will be experienced in curing alfalfa than in curing heavy growths of clover. A much  better quality will be secured if the  crop is cured under hay caps?  Tbe importance and popularity of the  plant are such tbat tbe present acreage  in Wisconsin will probably double In  the next three years. For the pnst  twelve years the department of agronomy of the Wisconsin experiment station has carried on experiments and  issued bulletins bearing upon the culture of alfalfa. The call for Information has been so {Trent Mint tbe iSPt  bulletin is entirely exhausted, nnd necessity demands a new edition.  An association of select alfalfa'  growers nnd experimenters, kuowu ns  tbo Alfalfa Order of tho Wisconsin  Experiment association, has been recently organized. Tho nim and purposes of the organization are to grow  alfalfa and dlssemlnote knowledge regarding It Tho association is co-operating closely with tbo college of agriculture so as to secure Information  from numerous experiments and tests  to bonofit all alfalfa groworH of tho  stato. Tho organisation now has a  membership of 500, and nlxtcon tons  of Hood havo boen purchased by tho  members of tho season of 1012. Froiri  tho largo numbers engaged In this cooperative worlc much imoful Information can bo secured tlmt will bo ot  groat benefit to tbo alfalfa growers in  gonoral.  A  WABBLY   COMPLIMENT,  It Game While th* Corned.sn Waa  Working the Dignity Act.  FrnnclH Wilson, tho actor, always a  collector of Napoleonic rollcs, hnd  pluycd nt n town in northern Now York  state, nnd on tho morning following hid  performance, while on '.he wny to bin  train, bo piiHsod an antlquo shop nnd  saw In tho show window a cameo with  tho head of tho groat Corslcan upon It  Uo wont In to dloRot' for It  Tbo deal wns about closed when tho  shopkeeper, a tiearnlghtod, elderly  man, squinted at Wilson and said:  "Look hero, nln't you nn nctor?"  Wilson drew himself up.  "I  ������m  a   clerirymnn,'*  hn nnld  tn   on  otrondod tone,  "I beg your pardon," wnld the denier.  "You noo, I thought, you looked uomo-  thing llko that singing fellow, Francla  Wilson."  . u.r,ii,,    if.L.tx   ii niiuu   null i^iunl uii;-  a inero comic opera comedian."  "Well," snld tho shopkeeper with n  foiperlnr nir. "I Heen him nt the cper.1  houuo last nlpht. and to tell you tlio  truth ho wasn't oo awful rotten." ���������  Enturday Bvonlng Poat .  HmJnifK' m     m   i u i * J_fif(*'���������K.3L  1 THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  jt* m T������rnn it t        rt������-s rm   0r*.r*r*  ������**g\.f\ T^ir^O'Tri      tt*-S et   df\i\ f\i\f\  ���������wAiTI _.____,   ^>Jl*3 9\J*U\jf\J>U\J ������_������_v3_9   (fJl^UW-uow  "������*   ������r   ^"V   ���������*&������������������ "V Tar**** ^OT T* _f"V   T_~-_   "W'-V   "flr"*'* "W^k   /"H,  VfillMKY     ������ Bi< jL?i_-K.^  *-������ V JSim     ���������**JS~     *���������������      -i     ������������������������������������-������       -WW -*���������**���������*���������      ���������*��������������� *������. _B___^     _ft_-������   JM. ���������������   >w^  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitiing* small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at  the following rates :  -  60 and under .'     3 centa  Over     5 ������nd not exceeding $10     6     **  ������'      10       " " 30 IO     "  ���������������     30       " " 50 15     "  8.8  REMITTANCES   ABROAD  ���������ghriuld be m-de l*y mear.a cf our SPECIAL  FOREIGN   DRAFTS and  MONEY  OKDERS.    Issued without delay at reasonable rates.  Perry   B. Fowler, JVU&nager Creston Branch  ������  r AQf on     H ot 61  JL   V^V-J \mi\jrJLJL -__- -___V-/ ^ %^J_.  f^  m  *r*t       r 1.  me JLcaaing  Hotel of the  Fruit    Belt  Out  uau  Guests  c/igain  ^ /OU will make no mistake.  I when you get off the train  if you sign the register at  the Creston Hotel, Travelling  men *��������������� ill substantiate this. We  study the comfort of our guests.  The rooms are well furnished in  a manner up-to-date. . ~.  Headquarters for Mining Men*/  Lumbermen,   Ranchers,  Tourists  the? American Product.  in Professor T. De Tarmo's "Aes-"  thetic Education" Von Hartmann's  for mat. orders of beauty are the^sir  for several chapters, one of which"in-  treating the proportion .maintains the  following thesis: ��������� !  "There is an actual, possibly a necessary",  correlation- between  mechanic|  eal efficiency and aesthetic proportion,. "  In  other  words, as a tool  or a tna-"j  chine increases in all round efficiency;  there is a corresponding increase in tho  aesthetic quality of its proportions."   "\.\  As an example tbe American ax,  "tbe most beautiful-ln existence," is  described and analyzed: ; ,.-  - 'iTbeory, accident and experience  have stoo& be&ide tbe smith, as Jie has  forged lbe"blade, the head and-lhe-eye  of the ax. Tbe same forces have influenced tbe makers of the handle as  tbey bave selected the hickory, have,  shaped it iu the rough witb ax and  drawing knife and finished it by thd  open ii reside with knife and sandpaper  and broken "glass. From' a* straight,  round stick it has. become what we  see. a gracefully curving handle, 'flat  enough to enable the woodsman "'ta  hold the uiuue true, huge enough io  fit tb;e band, comfortably, enlarged sufficiently-at "the end to make sure the  grasp yet be no bar to the comfort of  the user and curved ^enough to secure  the maximum of ease and vigor of '���������  stroke. -���������<.���������.-     |  "The  whole constitutes., a  balanced  perfection which is as beautiful in its  proportion as it is efficient in its ac-'"  tiou.    Tbe edge of the, blade rounds  gently at its extremities .for 'ease 'of  entrance   to   the   wood   and   recovery  from it; above these rounded ends-or  the  cutting-.-'edge the  blade  is-* mode  somewhat: thiuner r front���������>. end*r. back;  than 'through the. body- o������ tbe;.wedge,/  and for a similar reiuson, namely-:that?"  there may -be greater recovery for t.he  next stroke,    The  head is, Just {nias-:  sive enough to -balance the?blade and   iiani_���������a"'  is   either   made   square   for7 striking f-,^,, jjln*  a   nonpenetrating   bloVv  or'fa  gently  rounded." ' ������������������"   ?  Diamond Head, Uncie Sam's Lava  Fortress In Hawaii.  GIBRALTAR  OF IKE PACIFIC;  fhe"PISh^ j/fV  ������������  f'ierce   }k\  m  O.UM  Vj'V/JLUIA-^-A ^m*\J*mm*m ���������  _*.**r  13. Moran  Pwp*  GUY   LOWENBERG  Oonsclting  Engineer  CRESTON  B.C.  JAS. H. SCHOFIELD  Fire, Lite and Accident lesnranoe  REAL. ESTATE, Eto-  1 RAIL -      ��������� ���������  B.C  NEW POTATO  DISEASE.  Church  Notices  Silver   Scurf   la   Spreading    Rapidly.  infected Tubers Must Bo Rejected.  A new disease, silver scurf *Sp"ondy-  locladium .ctrovirehs harz), has recently been introduced from Europe  and is spreading rapidly In our eastern  states, says a recent bulletin of the  United States department of agrlcul-  tnre. ���������"'.?"?  This disease is marked by dark areas  on the skin of the tuber, which on  close examination may be seen to bo  Salesmen and Smiles. -, ?V/ 'Y  "The smile Is one of the greatest ask  sets of the successful "salesman or  saleswoman," says the manager' of a  department store linen;; department  "It makes friends for the store as readily as do moderate prices and good  goods.  "The ability to smile for eight hours  a day is a trait hard to- acquire and  possessed by few store help.    Yet it  can  be gained  by constant practice���������  the watching of oneself "and not per-,  mitting-nt anytime the slightest indi-  -catioti of a" frown. '        ;      '       ''tititit' y.  "I recall my first purchase-in ?a New*  York department store^: I was..directed:  to the counter where 1 could .find the  special article of my choice.  1 was met  by a gruff 'What Is it"-" from the salesman.   I recall I said, 'Nothing.' aud 1.  haven't   been   in ��������� that store  since."���������  NewYifork Press.  SS  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  Christ Church  Miitins, 11:00  'Evenming 7:80 .  Ei-ieksmi���������Evensong 13:00 p.m.  M ET1IOD1ST C MU R CH  Pnblio WorBhip, 10;80 and 7 :fJ0 P. M.  Siin.-iay Sohool and Adult Bible OlafiP  "11:80 A. M.  Oonie and yon will be mndo welcome  Pied L. Carpenter  Pastor  PRKSBYTKItlAN   CHURCH  Service every Sunday   nt   11 n. 111.  nnd 7:!>0 p. in.  Sabbath School al.2::������) p. in.  Adulm Biblo OIuhh uieats ovuiy ThuiN-  dny evening.  W, ll. IJ1.AK12  MiniHtcr  The Answer,  "I just found out last night." be said,  looking nervously at hjs watch, "that  a man's a fool to allow himself to be  henpecked;" "  There was a general roar of laughter, says the Cleveland Plain  Dealer.  Then one of the men asked:  ��������������������������� "And how did'you come to moke that  startling, discovery?"  ���������'Well, it was this way. i-'ifjYwlfe  wns Jumping on me something fierce,  iind I couldn't figure out how I deserved it So 1. spunked up and said:  'Look here, why do you always pick  on-nie-when you're sore? ' Why dmi't  yon raise thunder with Albert mice In  awhile?" 1 Albert's our youngest boy.i  'Why.' She says. ���������Albert wouldn't stand  for It. that's why!'"   CATHOLIC CIIUHUtl  Miikh 10:8->  lleiiedhitoin !I*,M0  Every flrst Sunday of tho mouth.  Km her .lobiiO. M   I.  Sunday Sohool every Sunday a.t 2:30  ll von have a few hundred  nr a few thousand dollars  that In Idle, you can put It to  worlc carnlnjjyou good interest by placing a Money to  Loan Ad. in our Classified  w-.-,'  column*.  People wllh Kllt-cdffc collateral ollcn requite itnuji  cosh nnd will pay Rood Interest for ll. Put your money  to wort*..  nmimtwml im ... m ��������� ������mm���������        ^WW'+WMII."  Photo   by   United   States   department  ol  agriculture  rOTATO AUTEOTKD WITH BHiVTOn 80U11V.  [Tho lowor part of thia tubor ls affected;  tho uniior normnl.l  spotted with flno black points. This  fungus docs not produce a decay of  tho potuto, but aftor tho skin is killed  there is a rapid loss of molsturo, and  tho tubers shrlvol and tako on a silvery appearance, greatly depreciating  their market value,  This fungus Is apparently, not killed  by seed disinfection; thcroforo all lu-  feetcd potntoeH miiHt be rejected.  Turkish Names.  On, our visiting  list nro Mi's. Hyacinth, Mrs. Tulip, Mrs. Applelreo and  Mrs.   N'l^htlii^iilo.    I  am  also  Imppj  onough to possess tho acqtmintonco ot  Mrs. (Sweetmeat, Mrs. Diamond, Mm  Air���������though sdiiie know her as Mother  |.>e���������mIhm Miiy.flho-LoiiKli and Muster  llo-Wiilted.      Thia     last    appellation  seemed to mo so curious tlinl I liiqulr  ed Into It nnd ten mod that my yuuiiR  guiitioniau wnltofl to bo horn.   Mlmse  are   uot   nnrnniuos.   you   utiderstand,  for no Turn   mvno such a thing.    'IV  tell ono Mbtresa nynclnth from nnoth  or yon odd ihe name'of her num.   And  in his case nil you enn do Is to tack on  ltl������.    fnl hei-*'i���������yon    could    hiirdlv    miv  Christian- nn 1110.���������II. G. Dwight In Atlantic.  Mot Very Clean.  "And now I mean to handle yonr wit-  liesHUM wiiiiinii nmv en,    j>.iivj a luiiiiiiii,  . ,. I    .   *     ... ...     ...1,1.     m.lll.nm  .'. l.v..:.     -...,..,....      .      ���������    ��������� -  Hcvero treatmotil from the other hWIo.  ���������indeed'  Tlmt'a-moro than I should  itUi*  (o 'l'l  wllh  .vourn."  pmillln-rly  r������-  torted hl:i learned rrleiid-London An-  Woman and Clothes.  One enn't help thinking what a col-  orlesa life 11 inn 11 Is forced to lend when  one rellects that chiffon and Venetian  point and hand embroidery and Irish  crochet are to him mere empty words.  Whereas a womnn, whether whe is Interested In babies, or nilci-obe������, or Iiuh-  band-*, or poetry .'or Rerviints.-orparal-  lelogriinm, or gardenw. or Plato, or  bridge. Is fundamentally ���������and always  Interested In elntlies.���������"Daddy Long-  legs." by .lean'Webster.  FINE  BALANCING  FEAT.  The Dancing  -lo" on the Knives on  tho Bottles. '  Tako two bottlcb of the jjnmo hcicht  IiiBort In each a cork, tho top bf which  hna boon ent Into ��������� wedgo or gablo  shapo. IMaoo tho bottles on tho tublo,  tho cut edges of tho corks parallel to  ouch other. Put thu bltido of a table  knlfo on each cork, thoir points almost but not quite meeting In the  middle and their handles projecting 011  the opposite hIiV������m Floldlnvr" thu blades  with tho thuipb and forefinger, talto 11  Binall wine or liquor _lnnn half fnll of  water and balance It upon tho points  of the two knives.  Thii* will require 'n llttlo adjusting  of the distance between the bottles or  of tho quantity of water In Ihe glium.  but after a few at tempts yon will Iind  that tbo weight of tbo glims Just bill*  nnccM liml- nl' lln, l.'iilf,' linnille*!.  Hy drawing 11 fow drops <>f water  from the glii** thi* will i-lne 11 little  wllh the knife blades. If now you lako  11 threat! wllh a inetat button or 11  Hiiinil piece of lend lied to ll and lower  The Mighty Defenses of Oahu -lake  ���������That Lovely Island a Veritable Fire  Lined Wall of Steel, Behind Which  Crouches "'tho Lion of Hawaii."  Diamond Head, that monumental elevation ot lava which stands out so  prominently, on the" Honolulu side of  tbe lovely island of Oahu, Hawaii? id  the one and only original crater in the  world which is being devoted to the  use of the army of a great power.  The island of Oahu is the key to?the  Pacific, and   Uncle  Sam carries that  key on a chain in his capacious pocket  At any  time war  breaks put  Uncle  Sam's  band,? which?has.- not"lost; its '  cunning, will go to that pocket with  the swiftness of a western sheriff, and j  the result w.iil.-be-a-roar of guiis-vvbich ,  will be beard* around the world.    The J  roar will be contributed to by the guns i  of Fori:Ra|^ri,^?w^cb^^r$ at the.base '  of   Diamond' Head 'on  the  landward  side.    >??.?. ?.;Yy^v.;; .'- ; ��������� YY ���������-'-    -  From^Biamqnd -I_ad*"ealled-by poets  "the Lion^of Hawaii," to Pearl Harbor,  named;, bytioeyrspa per .Writes; "the <*ib?  ra I tar-of the Pacific," there is a chain  of forts which makes Oahu one of the  greatest fortresses in the. world?- When  in HqnoiufU fhS; writer?;had  ur_ Qf>?working 'witb?-Alber  Taj'ibrr .wbo'"?.ha'sr" been' 'spok'eh- b? ~ as'  ''the'recognized literary authority on  things pertaining to Pearl Harbor and  "the defenses of Hawaii." He said on  oue.occasion: .    ;: -.,    .. .'���������='.������������������...-  "Uncle 'Samti'..has declared to the  ?w<).rld that, be Is on. guard in the Pacific?1 At'*pehrl'^,_rljljir'lis Fort t-idme-  fi'?ifs ?ba'tteryw of twelve  inch .goiis; at: th6? mouth of Honolulu  barbbr^wlir be;a battery of small guns;  at '..Fo"H..^pe: !Russy, Walkiki, a battery  of ;fout*teen ?incn guns?" while at Diamond Heaid a battery of eight mortars  has been manned for some few years.  Within?:the extinct crater of Diamond  Kead ��������� Oibraltarrlike galleries have  been constructed, and in...one of: them  ah observatory has been?; established?  The?fire".control?for all the Oahu coast  batteries' has been located in this gallery. Frqmttils stationr the -fire of the  guns of all the forts cantie directed by  the electric telegraph. The guns of  Pearl ?Harbor cross those of^Diamond  Head and with the batteries between  make a veritable wail of steel."  _i?After inspiecting the -guns at Fort  Staler two of iis, with & soldier guide, ���������  walked to the entrance of the gallery  which has been bored through the-lava  and. sandstone which cohapose the  steep sides, of the crater of Diamond  Head. A sentry barred the way. The  permit was produced and proved the  open sesame. : ?, ?  The heavy iron door at the entrance  to  the  volcanic  passage was swung  back, and, with a soldier in front and  another in the rear, the visitors started  down the gallery.    A  single narrow  gauge track ran the entire length of  the passage. On this steel small trucks  had been pushed by the'soldiers, who  j loaded and unloaded tbe debris which  1 army comrades had dug from the walls  j of the crater.   The ties were broken in  places, and the guide Issued a warning  to step carefully.  I On flrst stepping Into the gallery tho  darkness, after the tropical sunlight,  was of the kind that Mlltop described  as visible. Only a few steps had been  taken liePnre the light at the far. end  of the gallery was easily seen.  Instead of the barren lava bowl,  "hard ns flint aud as smooth as glass,"  as the 'picture roan so picturesquely  puts It, th.e iuside of the crater was  ���������found to be grass covered, with trees  and bushes standing bere and there,  ���������--whieh drew their moisture from the  "liquid sunshine," ns tho Honolulu people charmingly describe tbe rain.  The guide pointed out tbo observatory high up 011 tbo Kwa side of tho  crater from which officers direct the  shooting by tho men who mnn the big  guns  nt  the fort outside tho crater.  Those  men   never  see  tho  target  at  which thoy aim far out at sea.   Tho  projectiles from the high powered ghns  pas's over tho crater, and by telephone  from  the observatory  tho men  learn  whether they have mado a hit or mlRS.  They generally score a hit.  ���������  lu the event of a wrir Involving thq  1'nited Htntes on tho Pacific tho crater  ot   liiniiiiiiiti  Heiul  uuiy  Indued  prove  ������������������the   Lion "j)t   Hawaii,"   as   FroneoH  .Pent Dllllnglft**!. a Honolulu poet, has  dem-rlhed It, and "if onco stirred his  paw could sweept-arinnvy to Its death.  It once nrouHod"*hlH roar would soon  be  heard iici'ohh tho son nnd  echoed  'from tho ������ky."-rinrold Snnda In Los  ��������� A UjjeloR Tluiefl.  THE   HOME  . OF   THE  TRANSIENT  (?>  COMMODIOUS  SAMPLE  ROOMS  THE BEST AND MOST  POPULAR. HOTEL. /A������?  THE KOOTENAYSt  Run on strictly up-to-date  lines. Unexcelled service in  all depaitments. 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  zAizM&RON*  MANAGER  m  ���������a . ���������* . vh . _t   ���������k . ^^ . ���������k . ^Bh ��������� ���������t.. ^_. ^ . ..m . jmm . .._>.  V>cr .ma, .m^ .oiss .xms .**������ *m& 0S&& 0*������S 04������������ f^S^ ^sm 3^sm S^v  ~ff?>' &" _���������������^**^-s?-^p'^-^.^*^S'*������r?������T  iy ���������*-��������� '���������-���������  suininer evenings are gone arid the long,  r-bro-^Qr^Cr^elje^evettings arehere. How will you  spend them ? in dull, humdrum monotony or in a  breeze of pleasafe and happiness. Where will the,  childr-sri^pehd their evenings, in your home or your  neighbor's ? Keep the children at goalie and enjoy  the winter evenings yourself with an  11?  Edison Ph  m  *m\.  m.  ctv  The S'uti^hirie of Music. Do you still believe that (fi  the Phonograph is tinny and meehanical? Come in  and let us PROVE differently. Do yon think you  cannot afford a Phonograph? Onr Easy Payment  /K Plan makes il possible for you to afford one, for an  example, the Home Phonograph at $65.60 can be  purchased for from $10 to $25 cash and th_ b dance  in^ easy Monthly -Payments,? Why not see us about  it now before Fall has gone?  m  w  m  m  m  m  * Greston Dfus&Bobk  fs\ - ti-,,,  _-x^':---??. ���������      :���������-.: :?:'?���������".?.?"  Go.  J_       A_ X-r  ft:-,  r-'^    rtiti,,:,.ti  fft'-'"'--.    -  lV������'.^.^>'.������***.^.<*'->r<.ia'.^'.^.^.  ' ��������� >2������* _?>*��������� ������" _?* ^*- ^ i-*" _��������������� _?^ 9* &"  *������. __���������__!__���������__���������__��������� **��������� __��������� fg.1^''������*  'Im*...^  5S:#:f:g@'S&"_"S&-feg&^i5'g-:@g!.6������g^_i&:������^^  lit  ><\  Xll  _  iii  _  tt"  i&  ���������j'ii  W  (to  _ ���������  iit)  _  ���������������  ._  "itb  _  I*-  ansier, Liverj ani  Y.'    ���������      .(Beisti-.e4ulpfe*ea.^ 8_s Town.) .  All oi irs of rtlEtNbu.TS supplied at short notice.    The latest styles of  CUTTERS and BUGGIES for sale aiid hire.    Saddle and pnok  horses a  Speciality.  Feed for sale        Agent fur the'McLaughlin Mnufg. Oo.       Horses for sale  I am prepared to- fill all orders, both by wire and mail, and meet all trains  at liny hour ti' 1 he tliiy or night.    Oom nei'ci*il ine'n and ldhdseekers,  will  receive prompt attention  H/.'S, McCreath, Prop  Phnnn.56  Sirdar Avoune  Box 14  I'A  lirlj  m  Ha  Hi  &*���������"���������  w  m  ro  ro  ro  to  w  iV  ro  ro  ro  <���������'  ^���������_"-*to������ttS9������i_ia^,3������9i^^J^������,9������^^  BURNS  COMPLETE  Animal   Fertilizers  1  ARE  MONEY        SEEDS  Sow Burns*Fertilizers  And Reap Dollars,  Qulta Superfluous.  Mra. Kllsworlh had a tiew colored  miild. One morning, an tho tnnld cnuifl  dowiiHtnlrs. the nilHtroHs said:  "Kinnia. did you knock nt MIhs  rini'it'H door when I aent you np with  ber breakfastV"  "Nn. ma'am." replied the mnld. with  preieiiiiiMiriil gravity, "Whnt was do  v.:-,;* o\, u :...,;rl.!;r Mt lur <*,������< Wen I  I'nowed fo' suro Hho was In dnrV"���������  Kew Vorl; Po.sL  Ikl,.'      11,111  I..,!/.,     1,1.  I II,  .1...,  .,   411,  ..III  .-..I.l  1.>..".���������������.I       'l'li���������e   rlMrt  again t\H ynii withdraw the weight.  Tho ghiMK behnvcK iih If drawn by the  thi'eiid. and yen cun innke It dunce up  and down like 11 iniuloiietle.-New Yurie  World.  Rer  nun -v  In ths 3"*vio Boot,  nnd (Hieruiyi-Ho .von want to  my  iinu-ilili-r, uu .von-    ."ii-au-u  ���������     .. *-��������� ,.,.*.,.*      m���������m  ,iu������t������M   -*���������    t -^ %:..,       ml,       ,#  ,.  ,,-������^       i-     - '.  worae than she wants to marry mo.���������  HohIoii Transcript.  lie is the truly eon rn ["con" man who  novor doapondH.-Confiiclini.  Call  or  send for   our  New 'Pamphlet  which is'  full of ���������useful information-  for Fruit Growers etc.  ������������������������."r. ,,7.. -.".������������������"."-.,',        r"'r';,;.r,..t.ir.M^,^  P. BURNS & Go.  Ulmitoct  CRESTON        -"     U.C.  Head Oilice  CALGARY; VANCOU  ER;     EDM ONTO  M;1ftBeattv>  CRANBROOK  - B.C.  Tho  uneral Director  A. Mirabelli  Saddle and  Harness   Repairing  A SPECIALTY  Dealer in   hig'i  hoots and snoes.  clais  ISavo #our Plane by  having   jtn    expert  I do your fun 11* m*  J.A.P. CROMPTON  CRESTON, B. C.  WOJ7K GUARA.VrCCD. ALL  I NOR OF REPAIRS.      OROP A  t->2 3rA'm   IVJ   I'LL  QALL  OVER 6S YEARS'  EXPCRIENCC  ATENTS  ^PWW^  I MAO- WIAHHtt  DcaiUNa  CopvmoHTS Ac.  Ati-ftititi KiMiillnH a uii Ctrl 1 ������.m1 doncrlntlnn nir.r  Unlnldr imi'iiriiilir onr'i|iliilim fro* win''  llivontlnu  i  I* prolinlilyV������l���������V.nL,L__CoiiiiiiiiiiIi-ii-  Uoimnirlcllyciiiilliliinllu). llANOuQOK on I'AtouU  join, (run, oiiionc nuanar I'or ���������iimirnitt puloiiiii.  I'lilnnlu li.hi.i,   |l,r,ii,i,h   Mmm   * I'd  wuiiMv*  ���������|irriu( flutter, v<lilioubuliiiruu, lu tlw  4* x 1* * ��������� ��������� A^ttPT *      **TW, .. . x.tt 0. m *x  K linnilimrniily IlliimrulJMt wirnkly. \*xiX0t\ clr-  riiilulloii or iiiijt ���������i'IiiiiMIIii j* 1111 ri ml, Turuiii fur  Oniiniln, #ll.1r. it n������uir, .imlM'ri inp)iiilr|. Holit l>y  til i>awwU>ului������.  MUNN & CoMtaiM-m New York  Jur������uab onto*. MVHU Wm-Idkchi. ti, 0,   .  ���������NUM-MIII-I-  mmammaammam  UKJI SSfiS  i+y* -f.r.^frjJV-J^-'r*r.-n--r^-,*p ~,;r*;:r������-rl**^;.^������yj^^^^  THE SEVII5W. CRESTOlSr, B, a  ^iimfiiMmiimiiiniimiiiimm  BEST YEAST SN THE WORLD.  DEC UNE THE  NUMEROUS INFERIOR  IMITATIONS THAT ARE BEING OFFERED  AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS AT ALL EXPOSITIONS  kE���������W.C_Il___ETT   COMPANY   UMITED.  WINN9PSG      TORONTO  ONT.      MONTREAL  An Historic Boat  What New Yorker hasn'*? taken a  trip on the Hudson River steamboat  Mary Powell? What American has  not at least heard tb name of this  whito-haired g.-andmother of steamboats? So questions thj New York  Outlook, and j. adds: She has travelled 1,164,000 miles. She has earrie.L  millions of passengers, and never lost  a life. She has been practically rebuilt three times. Now, like a veteran preparing to go on the retired list  she is, it is announced, to be relieved  from continuous service. She will  continue however, to make special  trips an * some regular ones.  BABY'S GREAT DANGER  DURING HOT WEATHER  More little ones die during hot  weather than at any other time of  the year. Diarrhoea, dysentry, cholera infantum and stomach disorders  come   without  warning,  and  when  a  The Output of Diamonds  Forty-five years have elapsed since  the first diamond was found in Africa  and it is calculated that-since the development of the diamoud mines the  world has paid more ths,*. $2,000,000,-  000 for their products. This represents a weight, of 90,000,000 carats.  1������ the immense loss frou theft iu the  early years be taken into consideration, and the diamonds taken from  Brazilian mines and others in different parts of the world be added to the  estimate, it is probable that not less  than 100,000,000 carats would be a conservative estimate of the out-., t. The  value of these in the rough would be j  more than $750,000,000: to this must  be added che cost of cutting and the  profits to the syndicate, to the export-1  er, to the middleman and the retailer.!  Among the most famous diamonds ]  are those of tlie royal houses of Bra-;  ganza, and among the most valuable I  vx luc uia������u,u/,.i tunucuuu IM 111 ill timed the King ot Portugal, which weighs  1.6S0 carats.    It  was foir:d in Brazil  The Kite In War      Y'Y !  Kites are 'to form part of the regular  equipment of French warships hereafter, being classed asaeronautic apparatus with aeroplanes and dirigibles.  They will be jowerful enough to take  up an observer and will be used for  purposes of military observation, 'for  whioh we are to'id they are vastly superior to balloons. The greater the  wind the more easily they are handled,  say^a writer in L'lllustratlon.'  The mounted kites of Captain Sac-  onney have been used by:the French  army for some months. After a long  series of experiments, they are also  to be used by the navy, whioh has laid  out an aeronautic programme, as follows: The use of aeroplanes is to be  limited to coast defense. Dirigibles  of great radius of action will be utilized for naval scouting. Recourse  will be had to the kite rfjr "ghtering  the squadron as a whole a. d for ''surveying a foreign blockaded coast.  The kite has the advantage that the  wind, the great enemy of other aerial  devices, facilitates its evolutions. If  the weather Is calm, the ship makes  its own wind by its.motion. A 3peed  of 18 knots is necessary to elevate the  observer. These kites, dtsmouuted  and stowed away la some corner, can  be mounted five minutes after being  brought to the bridge ot the ship:  while this is being done another party  makes ready the apparatus for sending  up. There are required fifteen minutes for sending, getting ready the bas-1  ket, aud installing the observer, who  remains connected with f-e ship by  telephone. Five minutes is necessary  for an ascension of 1.O0C feet. Ten  suffice for hauling in the rig and stowing it away.  DOG  SMUGGLING  BY AERO  ^-31.  TWICE PROVEN  CURE FOR NERVES  irritable. Hysterical. Sleepless. Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food Restores Health-  There is a message in this letter for  thousands of women who are suffering  from broken-down nervous systems.  Sleepless i-'glus. much irritability over  little things, spells of dizziness and  nervous sick headaches are among the  symptoms.  You may not realize the nature of  your ailment until nervous prostration  comes upon you. But, in whatever  stage you iind yourself, Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food is ready to help you.  Mrs. W. J. May, 88 Annette street.  Toronto,  writ,..,:   "Some years ago I  | 1st was finally acquired by a syndicate j suffered from    nervous   trouble    and  medicine is not at hand to give prompt-i and  n*������5  never  been  cut.    The  most  ly the  short    delay    too    freauently i important cut stone of Brazil is that  means  that the child has passed be-j ������*"������**  the  fe*ar  o1! l1-*  bouth.  which  yond aid.    Baby's Own Tablets should j was fouud b>' a Jifsress m lfcob.       t  alw  there  ional  stomach and bowel troubles, or if the  trouble comes suddenly the prompt use  "of the Tablets will cure the baby. The  Tablets are sold by medicine dealers  or by mail  ac  25  cents  a   box  from  Th������      Dr.    Williams*    Medicine    Co..  Brockvill-. Ont.  Vac new owner depositing it in the  Bank of Rio Janeiro and receiving  on ibis security a loan many times  greater than the value paid for the  "em. The diamond wns at !en-���������th  sold  for  tea   riir.es the amount paid.  *" Alpine Tunnels  By the forthcoming opening to traf- j  fie of the great Loetschberg Tunnel in j  Switzerland, and the rull advantages !  of the Simpion Tunnnel route, with i  which it connects, will be available for j  the first timo, greatly improving the}  railway      route    from    England  and cut in oval form at a cost <~������  $2,600 by a firm iu Amsterdam. Au  Indian Rajah offered more than half  a million dollars for it, but was refused. A little later it was bought for  the Gaekvrar of Baroda.  Conquers  Asthma.    To  be  relieved  and i from  the  terrible  suffocating  due  to  France to Italy. ��������� The Loetschberg Is  nine and one-quarter miles in length  ���������_ iige tunnel, but one surpassed *.y  th������ St. Gothard, which is about a  quarter of a mile longer and the simpion. twelve and one-quarter miles in  length  asthma is a great thing; but to be safe  guarded for the future is even great-  uiycS     xjl .  took Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, which  completely cured me. About six  months ago I received a shock which  again shattered my nervous system  to such an extent that I was irritable  and hysterical, and could not sleep  nights. I bejan to use the Nerve  Food again and was not disappointed.  Improvement was apparent from the  first box. and now I am enti: "sly well."  Dr. Chase's Nerv-a Food. 50 cents a  box, 6 for $2.50, all dealers.  Crisis Past  Mrs.   Recently   Wed���������Did  nervous at all during    my  ceremony, Clara?  Fri-end   (envious)���������A  little  at  first,  but not after George had said T will.'  I  appear  marriage  Blocked  Thought you were going away today.  Couldn't buy a ticket. Nonsense.  The ticket office is never closed. No;  but. there was a girl at the window  ah-ad of me.  Teacher (in grammar class)---What  is a singular pronoun. Johnny?  Johnny���������Ono that isn't married yet.  BIO, HEARTY  BABY BOY  Mrs. Beck's Fondest Hopes  Realized���������Health, Happiness and Baby.  egg's Asthma Remedy bring prompt;  relief but it introduces a new era of  of life for the afflicted. Systematic  inhaling of smoke or fumes from the  remedy prevent-; re-attacks and often  effects  a permanent cure.  Microbes  A microbe 3.- an imaginary being invented by doctors to scare people out  of dying a natural death. Microbes  have taken the place of the evil spirits in vogue before the period when  people grew so intelligent that they  wouldn't believe anything they didn't  hear.  Microbes come in assorted package.5*-  Mid spend their entire tine In multiplying, adding, subtracting and dividing. They multiply scrums, add ta  the fears, subtract you from your money and divide all the profiti among the  doctors.  Just as everything was once represented by a deity, so everytling is now  represented by a microbe. Some men  arc born with r���������Icrcbc-s, seme achieve  microbes, but all at some time have  rnci  beg thrust upon them.  Moral Clean-Up  A Sunday school teacher on the  Park Slope, in Brooklyn, told her boys  of the city's spring clean up, and of the  admonition that oven the cellars and  backyards shov.ld be cleaned. Thence  sha drew a lesson in mon.1 cleanliness,  telling the youngsters that while regard for-outward appearance was commendable inward purity was much  more meritorious. To make them further Interested she offered a prize to  the boy who should bring the written  or printed motto that best expressed  it.  Remember she said, that the motto  must bear especially on the necessity  for inward cleanliness���������the purity f  a heart as pure and polished * spotless gold.  Last Sunday one of the smallest of  the boys handed in a placard printed  in big black letters.  Where did you get this? the teacher  asked.  *Swined it. this morning off Tonys  bootblack stand outside the corner barroom.  The mot.o read:  Shine inside.  Upper Lahave, N. S., Can., ��������� "I wish  to thank you for the benefit I received  by taking Lydia E.  Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for  female troubles  from which I was a  great sufferer, fl o  that i was completely run down in  health. Other medicine did not help  me, but Lydia E.  Pinkham's Vegetable Compound mado  me well ond strong. I now have a big,  hearty baby boy, and praise your medicine for the wonderful lot of good it has  done me." Mra. IsitAKr. Buck, -Ik.,  Upper Lahave, Lunenburpf Co., N. _.,  Cun ad u.  The darkest, days of hu-d-nnd and wife  are when they conic to look forward to  a childless and lonely old ag.'.  Many a wife haa found horaelf incapable of motherhood owing lo aom** i\t>-  ranjjeinent of the feminine system,  often curable by the proper rcrncdiua.  In many hotnei* once uhildletsH there  are now children because of the fact.  ,111,1.      l.JUI.l      1?      l'Uil.ll.J,il'..       ��������� v.>,....������'.?.  Compound makes women normal.  If you havo the ���������dlf-'litos* doubl  that f?ydiu IY I'lnJcluihi's V<nela-  liie f !''it"|''Ht-,i'l will help you, writ**  j.. ������ . ,it.. > ��������� ������������:..������. i...... i-...u..r ���������, ������������������������.,  fr'itifhh'iil lull I.vim."I!m���������������!������'.. IViriul-  vlcr. Vour IH ���������fm* u III l������������* ojwiw-d,  read nml uiiHwercd hy u wonum,  nm! held in ,,Jrlt-| conllih-iu-e.  fcrrr* ���������   W, N   U. 906  minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  Helping a Brother  Suddenly the man with'the chin  beard who was eating his luncheon  in a restaurant, reached across the  table, touched the button in tho lapel  of the coat worn by the man directly  opposite him and gave him the grip of  tho secret order to which both Le-  loug id.  Brother, ho said, I sea you're In  need, nnd to live up to my own sworn  duty I am compelled to���������  In need! interrupted the other. In  wide .yod astonishment, in need of  what?  Of somebnuy to tell you that a knife  Id not tho jiroper Implement to uso  when you aro eating corned beef  lu.sh.  By prompt r.cllnn half .. dozen wnIt-  era "quelled the dlaturbanc that began .'mmodltvtely, but they woro too  lato to prevent The destruction of  about $10 worth of taMewnro.  A New Knclnnd mother had como  upon her clght-yeur-old son enjoying a  feiiHt. whereof tho components wero  Jam. butler ami broad.  Hon, -..'iM '.In- liKdhr-r, don't, ynu  think il n bit extravagant t"> out. built ������������������ v.iili thai line Jam'.'  No. ma'am, wan the response-. Il.'ti  economical; lho plet-o of bread does  for lio Hi.  The Meanest Man  Why don't, you buy nfimei.liIn/-; al my  table'.' dtiinanded the girl at the charity  lnlv  I'i'i-.iiu'f I only buy froi.i lhe home-  |v j;lrln. '���������������������������ilil tb,. mini. Tiny have  u   huvtU-v  t!ui'*   iii'il'ln--,   f'''l '"  Tin- girl wan not olTeiulcd, and h -  voi-lti-il i bin i h'.bi dow ii lln- lln ������.  Looking for Pointers  Husband (������t police station)��������� They  say you have caught the fellow who  robbed our houso night before last.  Sergeant���������Yes; do you want to see  him?  Husband���������Sure. I'd l'ke to talk to  him. I want to know how*he got Iu  without waking the wife. I've been  trying to Ac, that for the laaL twenty  years.  Evidence of Expert-iest.  Does what youug man understand  music?  I think he must, ropllec? the man  who always gives tho benefit. When  he plays he sounds exactly like a piano  timer. _  Cni;.liasla  Mrs. Bugglns���������l)o you darn your  husband's sockr.  Mi_. Daahaway���������No, I apeak of them  a Uttlo more profanely than that,  Didn't Speak  And you accepted Wombat lust  night? What could havo pohhohho-iI  ynu'.'  You could Imvo possossed me, ro-  l.orloa the girl, but, you were entirely  Loo slow*.  Save His Pride  And when they cull up from tho  office, doar, and aslc whal'u the matter  wldh you, Hhnll 1 say Indigestion?  Indigestion! Nobody has Indigestion :-nw. Do you wani. I.) dl.igraco  ntoV Toll 'em H'h coiupli iited ptomaine.  A Customs Officer    Tells    How    Dog  lovers Dodge Quarantine fer Their  Pets  Smuggling dogs into England from  abroad is now quite a recognized industry, and well organized, remarked  a Customs' Officer at Dover, the other  day, to Mr. P. Doubreyou. There "arG  men at Calais, Dieppe and other continental ports, who will guarantee to get  any dog across the Channel.arid deliver him ;to any place in England'thai  may be agreed upon.  Their charges range high, from $108  to $250, according to the size aud breed  ot the animal, but wealthy dog-lovers  do not 'mind paying generously'-..in order to spare their pets the Igiiomy of  having to undergo three months''audis  antine and themselves the discomfort  ot being separated *f rom them during  all that long period..  Of course, there .are also pooplo "who  try to smuggle their dogs across ou  their own. They are usually women,  and 1 may add that they very rarely  succeed.  The big bag muffs now so popular  are the usual receptacles for small  toy dog. Only tho other day I had  my suspicions aroused by the exceedingly careful w.-.y a welhlressed lady  passenger was carrying one of these  down the gangway from ono of the  Chauuel mail steamers. Pretending  to stumble, I ;.tabbed the muff fairly  hard, and a������ 1 expected, a. yelp was  emitted from inside. , The lady dog  smuggler had to pay about $25 fines  and coats, and her pet went into quarantine after all.  Toy bulls are the easiest, dogs to  smuggle because they neve-.- bark. Wo  once found one of this particular breed  at tho bottom of a big Saratoga trunk  beneath a- pile of costly dresses. It  had evidently suffered considerably  from its prolonged confinement, in  fact it was half-suffocated; yet it never uttered a sound.  On another occasion the lid of a  cardboard box which was supposed to  coutaiu assorted French chocolates,  started bulging upwards in a strange  manner. On taking It off there emerged to view oae of the smallest black  pomerians I ever saw. It weighed  only three pounds, and was valued  by its owner at 500 guineas.  Actors aud actresses are among bhe  most persistent sinners in the matter  of dog smuggling. They run over to  Paris, or Vienna, or wherever it may  be, in order to fulfill a professional  engagement, and thoughtlessly take  their pets with them, ignoring or forgetting the regulations as to quarantine on readmissiou to the United  Kingdom.  Wealthy society women, too, mot infrequently suffer from similar lapses  of memory. It is people of this type  who patronize the professional dog  smugglers alluded io above. Many of  them don't mind what they pay. *  One high-born lady had her great  Dane brought over by aeroplane at a  cost of $100. This method of dodging  the customs authorities was a fairly  safe one at the time, for the new regulations governing the arrival of airmen from abroad were not then In.  force, but it by no means follows that  it is going to work equally well in tihe  future.  Another valuable dog, a St. Bernard,  was recently smuggled over In a tug  that had been specially chartered for  the purpose. The owner of the atr-jmal  met the captain by arrangement off  the Essex coast just outsit- the three-  mile limit, and transferred it to hia  private motor-boat which was then  run at top speed iuto one of the many  sheltered creeks that abound in the  estuary of the Thames. We heard  all about it soon afterwards, but we  could do nothing, as specific proof was  lacking.  Such methods, however, are too costly for.any but very wealthy people.  The usual plan, aud one very difficult  to circumvent, Is for the dog to be  entrusted to the care of some member  of the crew of one of the many small  foreign vessels that trace to this coun-  i.m.*m   **.t4-U   *������������������������ rt-v-rl/oil I-1it**n,1   tmia/I nr*r���������������/\\\ \/\r\ a  potatoes and such like.  The animal is allowed to range the  deck quite freely on arrival, no score,  bolng made of its presence on board.  But one night it is missing. It has  been smuggled ou shore and handed  over to the owner or his agent by the  sailor who had temporary charge or lt,  and "who receives for his trouble j,  sum equal probably to at lonst a fortnight's wages.  REPEATING''  &IFII_3      Sa  HIGH   POWER  Solid Breech Ha_i������n_i-1'������8������-Saf_  t. "\j.  _ir  f^%!lfi|.|jli  'y^Jll,**.!  ^**S  *���������%.  SPORTSMEN  all over Canada have  been.quick to recognize the  thoroughbred in the hew--Rem----.  ..i_gton-UMG;h}gh~-powcr slide action  ���������repeating rifle. "^  Just the -ghtv/eifilr.t and talance for the       YV  woods.    The action ia completely protected       **;  by this Remington-UMC solid breech conotrCictibn  ���������the protruding hammer eliminated.  Wc will be glnd to ������i:ntl you ft booklet explninina  Dimply why these features are of vital importance  ���������*���������' to you in your'choico'of unarm.  Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co., Windsor, Onto  er   ���������^^l^rf?'?  CUNARD    IINP    Tft   PUOnPF  / m~   ~m-   ���������   -~   mm m.  .  _������..M   m mm. ������.    ^^'. _m**m0  ������^ "%*- ������.    ���������������6  Services from Montreal, Ooston, New York  The Cunard Lino has Ions been famous foi" the comfort _nd luxury of Its  passenger accommodation, and In this, as In other respect3, the steamers  of the Canadian Service which carry one class cabin (U) and third class  only And sail for London, catling at flymou'th,'- maintain the bigU reputation  of tho Company.  For particulars and reservations on the "Company's various services ("ulon-  trcal, N.-.,-Boston), including the World's fastest steamships, Mauretanla-  liusltanla, apply tb local agents everywhere, or  IFF  U'Mftn ������TF-M������IHP fft     ITH       .304 Main Street,       ���������������������������---���������- ------- ---    *0V.f   aia**-.,     Winnipeg  SHIP  YOUR  GRAIN'TO  FETER :-JANSEN   COMPANY  Grain Commission  Merchants  Make Bills Lading read: Port Arthur or Fort William.  Co., Winnipeg. '      .v *      ���������     "  Liberal Advances Prompt Returns  Winnipeg,  Manitoba  Notify Peter Jansen  Best Grades  Ontario Veterinary College  Temperance Street, Toronto  Affiliated with the University of Toronto and under the control  of the Department of Agriculture of Ontario.  COLLEGE RE-OPENS OCTOBER Ut, 1913  N. -.--Calendar on application  A, GRANGE,   V. S,,  M. Sc,   Principal  E. A.  ���������������  I  SHIP YOUR GRAIN TO  CANADA ATLANTIC GRAIN COMPANY, Ltd.  Grain Commission  Merchants, Grain  Exchange,  Winnipeg,  Man.  Your consignments to  us will   receive  Immediate,    efficient,    and    honest  attention  Best Grades,      Best  Prices,      Quick Settlement Guaranteed.       Know your  Market.    Keep Posted  Write for our Market lUeti-r and ShlDolna instruction*  I  Animals Make Poor Sailors  Probably many people have not witnessed the performance of animals  when on a sea journey. It would no  doubt be as interesting to watch their  antics on board ship as on the stage.  Most animals make    poor    sailors.  tTAH-A*^    '������***������-     fJ-v/>**_    ���������"iTi-SPo***    ���������>^-^<?'f    ���������*���������������!*    oil ���������  -.AWi. OOO      ������**it_L      Ci ������-,���������<-it*      dli-A'*        -l^VO- .   v*.<    ������-_&,  they ^vhlno pitifully, and their eyes  water continually. Elephants, too,  suffer greatly, but they-- are very amenable to medical attention.  "When the elephant falls seasick, a  bucket of fresh water, containing seven, ounces of quinine and three aud  one-half pints of whisky, is supplied.  Tlrds, howevei, delight lu sea voyages. Recently a number of English  songbirds, such as the lark and robin  were dispatched to British Columbia.  The polar bear, too, enjoys a sea  journey. He is described as very  gay while on board ship. But most  other animals greatly resent sea trips.  Do not allow worms to sap the vitality of your children. If not attended to, worms may work irreparable harm to the constitution of the  infant. The little sufferers cannot  voice their ailment, but thire are many  signs by which mothers aro made  aware that a dose ot Miller's Worm  Powder Is necessary. These powders act quickly and will expel worms  from the system without any incon-  venie:.c: to the child.  Birds Build Nest_ in Gourds  By hollowing out gourd? and suspending them from tre^s anl poles, an  Illinois farmer provides nesting plaets  for the native American birds, the  wren and the bluebird, and protects  them from the aggressive English  sparrow, which has a tendency to monopolize the desirable nesting place3.  The gourds designed for wrens have  entrace .*joles ab-*ut the sizri of a silver  qu..rter. This is sufficiently large for  a wren to poss through, but not larg>  enough for a sparrow.  The bluebird Is about tlu same size  as the sparrow, so a different arrangement was necessary. T_������- farmer  discovered that the English sparrows  would not use the gourls If they wero  placed in the sun, but that the bluebirds would. Secure nesting places  were therefore provided for the latter  by suspending the gourds from poleu  placed out in the open.  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  Try Murine   Eye  Remedy  I ���������> C.J  nl-irl  Tli;.'  I'-ll'i'v  .niirnif.".! 11<���������:'���������  V''li;il   li:.'    '"���������  III-   Iiivcii'ikI  opt*.  Iililcilv lialiii by (lu-  I 1/kx'm'I  iM'iij.rvi ;f>   {SHI  iliiiii-  lln-  uclil proof    invi  Jt     } i' a     *.., * m     .v-....,     l.v  Of Crrmillrifv'rl KvHIil-i  --Soolli'-K   Kyo   l'/iin.     I >ni*���������'���������';���������������������������;i.'>   t*t.|i  Murine Kyo itcnicdy, Lii-niil,' L'.m-, .IOc  Muiiiia   Xye   Snlvu   In   A-ii-pUr   Tnlicii,  aSc,   .Sue.     V.yi-   l'.nol.:'.   I-'u-i:   |,v-   Mail.  Ail Ity* YonlO Co Oil l-r All Cyan Hut tl,*,l Cura  Mui'inu   ���������y*������  KomuJv   Co.,   Chlcmg*  It was In Italy that the art of banking, as known In our times was first  Introduced. The earliest bank established In modern Europe was that of  Venice, which was foiuulod Vi 1157. It  originated In a loan which tho state  rulsod during the Krout war of Uio re-1  public with tho Creek empire 115C-  117J, writes W, ,T. Jenkins, in tlio National Magazine-  Tho Bank of Genoa waa founded  ahout one hundred and ilfty years after tho Bunk of V'-nlcr-. Miu-nulny, In  Ills history of England, has a partial  deHftilptlor. of the operations of thia  bank which existed from 1320 to 1798.  Previous to the year 1001 thoro wore  only four considerable banks In I.ur-  opo hut an tho 27th of July of that  year a charter was graiiLed by Wllllum  and Mary for establishing the Bank of  EngUvnil, which for opulence and tox-  lonl ot <'h*ci)lritlon linn for m-vny yearn  been iho gronteBt bank iu tho world.  lt Is a century and a third slnoo tho  first hanlt was established In tho tJnlt-  <*d Stfl-tos. Thia bank is known In financial hlslory a a tho Pennsylvania  Bank, It began operating on July  17, 1780.    One night Pat was ���������-.'.rolling round u  show*, when the Hhnwnmn rnllod hlni  and told him nun *��������� li" ���������'���������''! J������������t������L dloil,  and ol'l'nrod hiin $i!t"> lo lake Hit placo,  liml Put, lii'lm; oui ol" work, Juuipfl at  the (ilinuco,  An iiooli '.ft ho In I" thf e;igo nnn't lior  ilnnr opvnui and lu walks a tiger. Pat  Ih   IIO  irlKhUMKHI   Uuu.   I.i-   iuu.iu.  iu   nm  ,    , ,-      .1  I ,   ..     . ,  ,..,  ,. ,1.11.1  ,r       .,)('  Olln-i'    mnin   >'i    ��������� ���������������*        "' "' '  ' "    ' ���������  ovor. , ���������  .  When ho hnd r.'Vi'ii "i> ������1; 1|()i>o. a  volet from  ih*' 'lr*,"'f < m-IjiIiiikI:   t-ilop  friMiiljllMH,  VMt I'm  uu  : IhIuhiiu  niy-  ' ttflf.  There Is a delicious flavor about this  story of a Virginia lady married to a  man who, though uniformly unsuccessful In his hunting trips, boastlngly  spoke of his .".Mings.  Ono day, returning from a trip with  tho usual accompaniment of an empty  bag, It occurred to hlni thrt his wlfo  would multe fun of him If ho roturned  without ovon one proof of hla oft-boasted slclll. So he purchased .. brace oC  partridges to decolvo his trusting  spouse. As he throw -hem on tho  table ln front of hor ho observed:  Woll, my dear, you seo I am not so  awkward wllh the gun after a'l.  Dick, replied tho wlfo, turning from  tho blrdn with a grlmaco, aftor a brief  examination, you woro quite right. In  shooting those blrdB today; lomor.ow  It would h vo been loo lite.  wrunw-fir n nir* ' .. "  * "'���������   ���������,���������____  I had a dream tlio othor night, said  tho Jokor at a luncheon table recently. I droamad I was In business with  a rich man, selling potted flowors. But  business waB bad and wo decided to  discontinue busl cos. I wanted the]  pols und flowcr������ nnd tenk them.  What did the rich man want? asked  one of the guests, innocontl;-.  Ho wanted* the earth, replied tho  wit.    Th-, Uiiual Climax  Children, children, what In thn  world Is tho matter?  Wo la playln' comic auppiement and  Tony won't ntutid up so '������* I kin hit  l������I.in on Uio head with the cuni>uini*.  Difference of Expreasion  Bo,  Hald  the  lntly or imciuaiu  ngi������,  ho said ho know m������ whon i wn������ a Utile girl?  Ho dliln'i  nny nnyiUu������_ m  ui������- *������utt  liOH I I iill l������ tin   uu    ti... ii-  You mild lio did.  I i.Idn't   Wliy?    Then   "vim.   iM ynu  ��������� ir������v**  I mi hi   ho  H.'ihl  In,-  kui'W   vou  whon  ho wa:i a llttlo hoy.,  -I-  ���������j.  I  it  Flirt  Justice James W. Gerard, at tha  TUxerlo Cilnh. once deflnen n flirt In  a scorching epigram :hr*������,u is still remembered.  A flirt, he said, is a rose from wh!c*i  everybody takes a petal; tha thorns ro-  main for the futuro husband.  All He Got  Struck Wombat for a quarter just  now. A rich relative had just &ent  him ten dollars and some advice.  Did ho give you the quarter?  No; but he passed along the advice.  The women wero In power and  even the police-force was a skirted  brigade.  Two blushing coppers dragged ft  malo crook into tho police station.  What la the charge? asked tho ser-  genntross.  Carrying concoaled weapons, replied Ofllcoress Maymo Hogan. W������  found this  hidden under' hla coat.  And sho produced a capo fllloa  with mice.  No Trouble at All  I'd like to #co the woman who couM  mako a fool ot me.  Vory well. Just glanoo at tho nwtt  good-looking cue you ...eel.  AFTER   WOC._i   U6E  gamut *m^   *m    ^^^m.  H It will rlfa'.iyoufliati'lfltlinrAiiBlilvtint! nnli'V-  nml hi>H.  p.rf.ist! nt  Willi _niu>.  CtUCiuTo-dij*.  Btts (lit Conpuni. -  ���������nm Comniny Llmlls-I, Mitlretl  iy no in.iuci iiii-v i.niii-a Hit:-/   m  nri-finii leave IIh-iii Murvolli  H  in-.p.-iint, oil or  KiP'ii.1-* Hindi!), nn they como  '���������xt  ti\3  ill  urn*  iiimiimirftimiMi !__! "  M<aga������<������8ir9ii������i9t,������  ���������B������r|l������4lWfcJI������tei<-ia<t*  insr ay si ������_m"ri_t_ t  irenE-HnunHii;sii  After the Storm Darn, the  Calm of LoVSi  By LOU ISE J. STRONG.  .*m*m������.*mXm*m*.*,.*mm..t~  -=ically  (  *���������*oit&m-J8^fte_&^^  ������^g HAVE W8TH US TONiO-HT** I  THE REVIEW, CHESTON, B. C.  SXKJE DREDGE -TNISHED.  S?it_ his fefotoertff Ottt P9VCS i^sing i$t    _|j,r eau__.e_ fcfen to give a. speech.  -gtirely again. I4������zie Bjfifiley-Ij������n_Mm     -siU chairman praised his eie������u*������~  -be careful Dayy--_iothet said ttot t������,   *������* ������������a* ������������������������������- hrt__t_ ������������* h* ������oaM t  S������> ao near tho bonfire���������but Im ������ia, Joe.  the careless  eae���������and now  b������ wMf  burning,   bar-lag ��������� auothe? -*-.. Llssi^.  Bradley-Lamson. '  "Ob, you peer boy, poor b#I   Bring  some water, qnlckr  ������&_?eld the hslsbtsi that he could re%es,  ^SefssreS to Ills pre-eminence,  Worked in * story old and trite  (Teastmastera alwaye- bave to Ao It),  _������| off, "We have with ub tonight,1"'  ���������Then ealled  his  _&me  and  oald.   **_������  S5������S seme ene speak, ss -was- !t~-agat_i  the little,  foolish smile  cracked "tha  She fever scorched bim  _ a****  befogged .him mentally. He tossed  ?a hot, restless haze, at times hab-  IbU__ childishly of '���������motoe-',~t_^iao_i- |  fa? whose loss three years before had  it him to the far west to try to for-  [fist: his home grief. The struggle to*  (master the new conditions attendant  |as ranch life had taken Mm out of  sself and done him good, and as  Ssoccess crowned his efforts dreams of  la. home again, made so by the pres-  fcsce of a sweet faced girl "wife, lighted  f?_s toll.  They were oaly dreams as yet, for  [lee held himself humbly and had hesitatedto offer hla love until he felt  |_jat his affairs were on a.firm basis  lanancialiy, as they would be when his  [present abundant crop was harvested.  t ?In his partial delirium and hazy wan-  [dering be muttered now the long re-  [pressed confession, whispering It ea-  ffljerlywith feverish impatience for the  [���������response his heart hoped for.  At length the silence which lay like  [Ehe pall of desolation upon the lonely  [little shack was broken by heavy foot-  Isteps on the planks at> the door, and a  'burly fellow strode In with a noisy  ! creating: "Hello,   Harris!    Laid   up,  |������������y?"  ti The sick man regained consciousness  [imd smiled feebly: "How do, Lamson.!  (Glad you came In.   Yes, I've been laid  1 _p a bit���������can't remember how long���������I  ferer muddies my head."    His speech .  ���������was broken and dragged thickly. j  "Ain't wanting to eat much, 1 s'pose*'  'arid goodvthing that is, too, for an old  1 bach that's got nobody." I  [���������"'" Harris "winced.   Mother had been in  [bis sick fancy so much and with such  [vividness that his bereavement seemed  _nt a few days back,    Wiih an effort  he:replied: ���������       --.-_. ------  ��������� _ want nothing but water, and Slade  brings me a pailful mornings, when jbe  doesn't forget, as he did today." tie  {gestured toward the empty bucket on  the chair beside the bed, but the visitor  did. not notice It���������nor the longing In the  As_ this, as well ft* I recall,  _������ h&w h* thrilled Bs, one anfl _!!:  "ST���������hem!   Kind friends, j. didn't knew  fft&t y������a were soles to call on me,  I haven't much to say, and eo  v       r ;  f won't say much.   I do not see���������-'  -_-i---er���������h-m���������I ������o not nee  me  1 ireelly haven't much to ������ay.  "I always like to be with you.  I hope I make my meaning clear.  I'm very proud and happy, too;  I'm very glad that I am here. -..-,..  X _ope to meet with you again.  l'_������*very glad, let me repeat,  To be with aU you splendid mtn.  I hope acala with you to meet1  "I haven't much to flay to you  Except that I am very glad  ml._*   t    ^mrn.    Ylmmm. T    *1r,,������ ���������V   ������,A���������      4������_  4uy. _ m...  ������*m<m. .   m.   ......i.. ,, ���������..,   ......  For such a splendid time I've harm very glad that I am here.  I hope to come again some day.  That I am here I'm glad���������I fear  That this la all Tve got to aay.'*;        7  ���������Detroit Free Press,  big,  -I-.���������    tx  IXXJtf    Al,  ffef*ar red eyes ahd the cracked lip's.  ���������'Doctor,   of  idoiirse?'   he '��������� Int-riiated  briskly.      ? '? ['-'  ?"No.   Slade wouldn't go for him, and  eo one else's been in."  "Slade wouldn't go I Ha, ha! Guess  sot? much! ?_o_ don't get the ^ old  ground hog that far from his bole fiack  of the hill. Everybody's busier than  fa sheep shearing timft you know, har-  vesting their grain. weason no one's  been along, I reckon. I'm through In  fine shape, I tell you, and I've promised myself and gang to Snyder for a  week. And, man, you'd ought to be  looking after yours. It's spoiling fast,  I noticed." He laughed at tho startled  expression that widened the hollow  ���������yes. "Forgot it, had you? Well, you  wont to see to it right away. I must (  mosey.    I'm out on a sweet errand.!  I  Oot my new house done. It's a beaut,  too, and furnished tiptop. And now  tho cage ls ready I'm going up to settle  the date of taking home my bird. Llz-  Bie's fought sby, but she'll pull steady  when we're tied all right   Ha, bar*  "LlzKle?" Harrl3 repeated vaguely,  his volco hesitating and troubled.  "Sure! Lizzie Bradley-Lamson. Kind  ������'tidy name, I take it; something like  Miose swell New yorkors. Ha, bal"  He roared boisterously at his flash of  wit ������������������Well, hope you'll pull up soon.  So Ions!" He stamped away, whistling, leaving the door open.  In tho silence tbat again closed upon  him Harris lay and stared out at the  quivering heat waves and Uttlo dust  ���������ddles that whirled In at tlnrjes, aggravating his burning heat and thirst.  But he did hot notlco them. Ho was  striving to Bteady his throbbing brain  ���������nd analyze tho torturing inner scriso  of pnIn and loss which uow Intensified  bl������ bodily distress.  Tho crop���������tho c-ro-p���������that was all  right.   It wns great   Ho could put up  tho dainty cottage ho had phvnncd so  often   theso   last   months,   since   tho  promlao of oarly summer had shown  such abundant fulflllmbnt In tho ripening Holds.   The crop���������tho crop!   Who  ���������aid It'was spoiling?   It was all right  Ho would begin on lt today, when he  bad a, drink.    He could drink the well  dry.    Ho fumbled clumsily wltb tho  bedding and essayed to rise, but fell  back inertly, n llttlo foolish smllo on  tbe pirn-hod  lips.    His 'bead waa ������o  blgl    Ho had not known one's bond  could bo so big nnd heavy.   And tho  erop?   Tho crop wns all right    Ho  ���������would build tho cottngo^-for-for Ux>  r1-*i.    T.tr/h**!    He cried out  hoarsely,  ���������with n pang of anguish at tho sudden  tfull recognition of M������ loss. There wns  bo- r.lzzlo for him ��������� ubno - nono - nor  hnd been.    What mattered tho crop?  Let It spoil.   Whnt mattered anything  now  tti'.������lo~*I--l-.8'K*lo*-*bi������,<l������age--UiK-'  tie nr-id-r-lz? HoBCOwl**d Impntlnntly.  He could not get tho nnmo right.   Ills  bend was so big.    Ho wns so bob-  fewrnlnj;-  Mothert Where was mother? Was  ���������he In tho fiery lnke thnt Klder Wnt-  ion hnd so scared the llttlo boys with?  Ho hndn't mennt to be a had boy-  ���������Mother know-she Would keep him. but  fae wns so hot'���������Uuruingl   tVuiur, .*������������i������;*.  .        , ,,.       . m. .       ,     ...   *f  ........ I      X Imi.  itiUlMXr���������i<l������.'���������'������,������-    iilU'.W-" IUm ' ������" ������--"'���������'��������� '������������������-  Ho ttrndloy? r-nmstotil The perplexed  look deepenad to ft frown of pnln and  trouuW*. tie imd u.vuiu 'mi ixatna, and  ������t hs drifted further nud further frou*  little,  foolish f-mlle  cracked  parched lips.   He had known, -motben  would conn���������������isae klways did ^rhen he-  boys were 'hurt, avou if tW did 1.      ������....  ��������� ra ������������������������*.���������_,- a^���������_���������-  carelessly themselres-but .he did not- "-fr jK taSS $$&&l5Ste_ ������  imo^vhow big bis head was er iht?  wouia not try to Uf t it   Ob, he was afi  the old spring drinking���������drinking t       i i  "He must xtyt bave too much at once,  the poor boyl" A warm rain f������li upoa  his face; the cup vanished; his groping,?  trembling hands could? not find It!  How could bo havo too much when be!  was burning? That wasn't fair,?Da^ '  Tie, when his head was so big that h������  eouldn't run?  "The brute���������the perfect brnte, to g_  ofi and leave him like this! Never  even get him 'water!"  Was that father? No; Tige had not  hurt him. It was tb������ Are���������and heed- .  less Joe���������where wns the spring���������and���������-  the cup. There! Mother was bathing .  hia burning head and face and neck,  his hands and arms,YHe smiled at her  and whispered "Good," and again the  warm rain dropped upon bim, and his  heavy head was lifted and laid���������-  must be the cool,, damp moss  above the spring! It was hea.enlyj  If it was not for the dreadful something that hurt so about Lizzie���������Liz-  srie Bradley-Lamson���������he could���������Lizzia  Bradley-Lamson���������Liz.  "1 don't know that any of us can say  much for ourselves.    Let such a sick  man  lie   here  alone  for  days���������nevet  come near him, so busy bustling foi  the dollars���������but all the same, Lamson'a^  a brute, with less feeling than a bogl  And the thought that Lizzie'd���������faugh!":  Lizzie���������Lizzie Bradley-Lamson���������Liz.  "Don't say that, Joe Harris!    Can't  you understand?   Lamson lied!"    Llz������  eie���������Bradley���������Lamson���������  "Oh, never mind, mother.    He's too  light headed yet.   But tbe fever is cooling,  and  the doetor'll  be here soou. '  Look out yonder.    Ben's got a crowd,  all right.   Joe's grain'51 be ia the stack  ia short order, and it isn't hurt yet, no������  an atom, in spite of Lamson's know H :  all verdictl"  Lizzie Bradley-L tnson���������he was burti  Did   Lizzie    Bradley-Lamson���������no,   be  wouldn't���������wouldn't put out his tongue..  It was too stiff and big, like his head*  And he wouldn't have a spoon in, his  snouth  "Here, young man, you take this!  Swallow it Do you bear?" Some one  shook him slightly, with the order, and  he swallowed and grinned a-**1 said 11  was .Davy's cough drops, and *c was  Lizzie Bradley-Lamson who ��������� who  made the fire. Was that little Sis who  cried cut sharply and sobbed? Davy,  mustn't hurt littte Sis. He, Joe, was  all right, only LIz-zie.   .  "Ob, shut up!" the grufC one commanded. "I'm the doctor, an<| I say  for yon to drop It and go to sleep."  Thero was mother again, with the  gourd from the spring, and he drauk  and drank till they took it away, and  then he slid dowu and down and out  where- there  was  only  a cool, quiet  blankness.   "���������  It was late the next day.   The su_  was sending Its level rays across the  door when Joe Harris came to  himself and looked about wltb a calm and  growing consciousness.  There waa a faroff, cheery sound of  busy machines. Through, the open window hn could see his fields swarming  with men and ---earns.   Tbe food wagou  and  eatlr������j  ieut stood  back  by  tho  well, the Important cook bustling oyer  a firo    His room was, cool and fresh.  Flowers stood upon  his iittie  'Homemade table witb tbe -.  ctor's medicine  glnsn.  Bit by bit ho studied it out, and n_  ho  recognized  Mr.   Bradley   nnd   the  boys and  other neighbors and   Mrs  Bradley   herself  washed shirts upon  filled, and ho raurm  bless theiiil"  At- tho sound there was a stir by  tbo head of tho bed, and a glr' with  anxious   eyes   leaned   over   h'.ia   and  touched his foi-ehuud with a shy lllti-  hand. ���������"*���������*  Ho looked at her a moment; then ho  muttered feebly, questloulngly, "Lizzie  Brndlcy-Lnmson ?"  With a rush of tender tears she laid  her warm pink cheek ngnlnst his, murmuring:  "No,  Joe,  donr;  uo!     Ll/.zlo  Bradley Harris!"  Onrft for Pe������p������_iog ?oxt "weisoa? S������c-  bor a Wonderful Boat. ;'???  Au important step towatfisi?the?fill-?  ������x__e_t ������f the Dojulniojfc Goveinmeat'������  great plans for the creation of a deep  Water harbor at _"ort Nelson, on   big  Hudson Bay, wan the depasture from  | Toronto  recently of  the biggest  and  Jtrongest ateel hydraulio dredge of it's  ;ind ever built in Canada, the Por.  Nelson. I  The? new yetiBel, '���������t_e;.' eontract. pric*  of whioh was ij2f0,000, was built as  the yards of the Poison Iron Works  here, and the wbole undertaking froxa  start to finish was accompliahed in,  exactly a hundred days. This probably e-tabllshei! a Canadian record  for the building of a venael of such  size.  While the finishing touches wer������  being made to the boat a paTty of about  flfty s_ipi-g > .|n and xaaTlne engineert  inspected the veisel at the invitation  of the Poison Company. These men  afterwards stated that the new steel  flhalnfiaar'idfc^ Smmcrtai-  ized at Last.  Bight in the hegrt ofrthe great fruit  orchard of^ British Columbia���������that picturesque spot   known   as the Buikley  ?Valley���������surveyors and   engineer*   and  all such ars busy on a slew tows.  CHIC AND CHAKtt.R6_  ���������^      ���������_������������   A*-    ���������        A.M-_.At_M,  &_TCSlgn-lU2     vvu'ovvivit  !n  Black  *>nd White.  That town rhas a reason,  So has its name.  The first is the fact that  it  is  th- '  only* general freight; and paepenger division point between Prince Bupert and  Fort we-jgeiW-V^'"';" I  The eecond is-���������Smithers. |  And a very good reason the town has  for calling itself by  the name of its  godfather. Not only because _������r. Alfred  Waldroh Smithers is chairman of   the  Board of Directors of the Grand Trunk,  although that alone would seem sufa- |  cient reason.    Not only because, as the  highest officer of the Grand Trunk Pa- ]  ciflc, he is called the counsellor of the  Grand Trunk official family.    A most ,  estimable characteristic to be sure. j  m   StilL t-at isnot the only reason why .  dredVe*"more" than came up to exnecta-i   the first general freight and passenger  tions.  ''We have had night and day gangs  or workerrs engaged on the construct  tion of the dredgd twenty-four hour^  a day and without  a let up itt order  divieion point east of the western terminus of the new railway should be  called after the good counsellor of tho  official family. mim   ,  He was asked to be the godfather of  * " " saw  to Yringib to completion   within   the   many   Western  towns���������which we^  one hundred days," said Manager Al   not long ago out in the heart   or   tne  -  -��������� J*y"^-" ���������     3 ' ������ Eockies ��������� townB which looked calmly  on huge glaciers and, rushing ^orrents,  ������.-  rnioVtv   cascades   and   forests   ot  J. JeEeries. .  The inspection was made with Wmi  Newman, works manager of the Pol-j  aon  Iron Works,   who   furnished  the1  desierns from which the vessel wad  built, acting as the guide. ,  Completely equipped, the dredge  will weigh 1,200 tonB, and is a double  decked structure. It is 180 by 43 feet  with a moulded depth of 11 feet, an������r3  . a draught of 6% feet, is Bteel throughout and fitted with five bulkheads  dividing it into Bix watertight com  partments. .      ,  , .  A 24-inch suctTon pipe is located in  the forward end of  the hold, 'directly    connected  with a 1_  by  22 by 86 by1   a������d Watroue and   Biggar   and  21-inch triple   expansion   engine,   obj   wright, act to forget Melville, named  taining steam from two 13 by 12 fed   after the great man, Charles ^iile  iW-lT boilers,   also   located   in   the1   Hays, in whose brain_ the^ whole West-  hold'to the engines. em scheme originatea.    xn -was ������** bc  The operation of the dredge is out   characteristic     of     Alfred     Waldroa  of the ordinary, because it is not of tU   Smithers? to wish to be the last god-  etern mvf    tvne.    Two steam capstans   father on the Weetern line. _  wiU be located at the stern, and one at       Perhaps that is why they made his  the boe. aad by means of anchors lo-t   town such an important one. J or, apart  cated some distance each side of tlui   from being in the very centre of things  ^ vessel,  at both front and  stern,  the;   agricultural, SmitheTs, the town, wears  Teacher-Tommy, what Is the future    dredge will be moved from Bide to side   a perpetual belt of silver, copper,  ana  m-nf iho vorh "in invest?" bodily,  the  dredge    end   of   the   dis*   lead. . _.?''__ :j.._  cascades  cedar;"towns which are springing gra- j  dually from canvas and tent prosperitjr |  into the more substantial forms in lumber end brick. ,���������  And now comes the reason why tho  last town���������and most decidedly not the  least ��������� came to be named after the  great man who is quick to recognize  good work, and just aB quick to cloth������  criticism in Bilence.  ''Serve the others first" was his  motto.  And that is how   they   have Edsqn  nnd Wain-  tense of tbe verb "to invest  Tommy (whose father Is a trust magnate) ��������� Investigation. ��������� Chicago Daily  News. ' ,'.   ���������  Filling Grandma's Order.  Little A my Is fond of playing outdoors, and at the close of a very rainy  day, when she knelt at her mother's,  knees to say ber prayer, she asked  that the next day might be pleasant  The sun shone bright and clear tha  j..*.^^.., ,     ��������� -���������_*:_���������.     f...J*     *!.*.      f.\.m*      mmrnnm  JLOllOWlug   _JUlUJ_ij   uuu   iuc   -uuu    mm  jubilant.    Running to her grandmother, she said:  "Oh, grandma, my prayer was answered; Just see how the sun shines."  "Well, dear,"  replied the* old lady;������  "pray to-night that It may be warmer  tomorrow/so your grandma's rheumatism will be better."  Amy   promised to do so,  and that  night, as she knelt she said:  VB-KOBY MODEt? OF CHIFFON AND SATHT.  Black and white were never more  popular ln the costume world than they  are this summer. And the sloncby  fashionable silhouette of the pictured  black aud white gown Is beautifully  preserved. ��������� "ti'.  The materials used are satin���������in  black for the silt underskirt? and  Moused bodice and white chiffon for  the crossed over fichu and the tunic. Y  The Balkan sash ls of black chiffon,  witb ends of white satin and ornaments of braid In both tones.  charge pipe moving with it. The cut*  ter and suction arm at the front will  be raised and lowered by a winch en4  gine in the centre of the vessel. AH  the control of the suction, cutters and  winch machinery will; be from a cen-l  tral point at the rear" In an operating  room, on the upper-deck.  An important feature of   the dredge  Which seems Tather extravagant for.  & newly-christened infant of the West  ���������or anywhere. , .  But we must speak of Smithers, the  man= His modesty has been hinted at  above. Forty years ago, when he was  & youth cf 23, he joined the London  Stock Exchange, and remained a member until four years ago, when he re-  SQNG TO  MiSS  WILSON*  i������ ������. compete machine shop, equipped signed, to devote hia energies to the de-  "with lathes nlaner. drills, etc in a velo-oment of railroads in. Canada,  room in the hold of the stern. In adf Being the son of the late William tienry  dition, there is a compressed air unit. Smithers, of the Bank of England, it  with a supply of air tools, and a smali seems natural that he should be recog-  brass furnace for the production of nized as a financial authority through-  small brass castings. This will make out the British Empire. - ���������;..������������������ _  the dredge -self-contained in the event In 1805 ho became a director of the  of breakdown faraway from supplies. Grand Trunk, later being elected vice-  Both sides of the main deck at the president, ana chairman. . ��������� -- .  front of the engine room are divided England still claims mucVof his at-  off into cabins for t_e officers and tention, he being a director of the South  crew, and the central part of the main Eastern and   Chatham   Bailway,   and  deck at the front forms a. saloon.    A  of 35 will -6 ttiuiou.  0_.,  The dredge, while operating for the  "Oh, dear Lord, please make It hoi    most part   in   fresh water,   has   been,    . . . * ������   1 ' t  . ��������� _.   mm mm. _.       .-      X__*hm1| ���������  for   grandma."���������-New  Post  York   Evening  Kis Job.  "You dre,ss well, Tom. What are you  doing now?"  "Don't mention it. The new doctot  over there employs me to sit every  forenoon and afternoon In bis reception room to look like a waiting patient"���������Philadelphia Public Ledger.  given salt water equipment throughout. -This includes copper piping and a  fresh water tank of 80 tons capacity,  Tho coal capacity is 250 tons.  ehaifman  of   the  English  Association  of Auiarieaa Share and Bondholders.  And apart from all thin, from his  interest in things of national import,  it is possibly the most interesting in  his prfvate life. Children are his weakness, and wherever he is.,, he is Been  surrounded by laughing*^6ts,   all   do-  The dredge is making the trip from   lighted to be entertained by the    'big.  Toronto to Hudson Bay by wav of the   man of finance."  St. Lawrehie Eiver, being of a suitable <   size to pass through the loc'a, ahd  around the Labrador coast. It will be  towed all the way. T< japoraTj rudders  on each Bide of the stern will be added  , for the tripi   The dredgo  is  provided,  A Labor Editor.  A Difference.  "My friend 5-ys be bas a runabout  In his mlud'ft eye."  "Why, 1 thought you had those  things on your finger."���������Baltimore  American.  Joseph Marks, the editor of the Im  Austria- Banner of Toronto, is ft veteran '  wiVtt600npfeetinoef"ffTkeh ^S'ttSJ   Quiet U^ZnZlZpi^f^ !  ^"f  ^tiiiJVrx*.?:. 71* VTS.*m    mUtiJl   to a few intimate associates.   It is over j  twenty years since the Industrial Ban- j  er was fourided in Londjn, Ont., and it  Miss Nevin, Aunt of Mr. Sayrs, Writea  Verses to Prospective Bride.  Miss Blanche Nevin, the sculptor,  has composed a song of welcome to  Miss Jessie Wilson, daughter of the  president, who ls to become the bride  of Miss Nevin's' nephew, Francis  Bowes Sayre, which was recently given out for publication. It is as follows:  Fling the door open; swing the gate -wide.  Welconje the entering feet of the bride.  Eager the groom on the threshold stands,  Holding   his. arms  and   his   outstretched  '������������������'���������-''���������' hands. ������������������     ,-..-���������-.:���������. .:,>.���������..������������������.���������.���������������������������,���������....    ������������������.-  Blessed are you who true love win.  Jessie, come in, come In l  In heat of summer.. !n winter's cold.  This roof shall shelter young or old.  Come weal, como w<,\e. whate'er betide.  Palm to palm and aide by side  Into the house of your truo love's kin,  Jessie, come in, come ini  Sweet pink clover bloom over the grass,  "Welcome the lover hero with his lass.  ;   Pride of the golden hair "and eyes  Blue with the luminous hue of the eklea.  Blessed are you who true lovo win.  JeBsle. come ln, come in!  It  was at  Miss Kevin's  home thnt  Miss Jessie Wilson met Mr. Sayre, and'  following a recent visit there of tbo  -pair the engagement wus announced.  chain, with oti three-ton anchor. There  is alao a sea. anchor in case it is necessary for the tug to cast thj dredge  adr'iifc at sea.  0.1 . ������������������������������������I��������� -  ��������� ._-.-..<.���������.  -r.-xt.  w**, fl* ���������       "  It is tough when nn old friend fnllt  to recognize you, especially if the old  friend is a bulldog.���������Charleston News  and Courier.  putting   his   freshly    ������������������M**'H~M"M**M^^^^  S.iS _������_?������_   :: PRACTICAL HEALTH  HINT.::  g*J ^S^S ^  V.  ��������� ..    mand credit, and lor  i;  ::  .?^I~,..?_?..,,.',..t.-'..!.r''.r?*r,,..*)..t..������.,������v*',,-*..t..t..������..1..')..*'..T������  'rrni"i'i n i'n , * * * * * * * ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� i  I PRACTICAL HEALTH  HINT.:  f  ..  :!:  ���������*���������  ;;  Csre of Baby.  Bo suro of thp milk you pur-  <!hnse.  Bee thnt milk Is puro and  wholesomo; then keep it clean  nml oold.  Scald tbo nursing bottle often  nnd thoroughly. Do not tolerate  long tube attachments.   4H  Qtvo the child ns much cool  wnter as ho will take.  Keep tho cnlld In tho opon nir  of parks, lot not emoeod to tho  sun's hot rnytt.  Tho clothing of tho child  "���������hi-iiild Ik* llf-lil nud Ioohi*.  Children should bo hnthed two  or (hree times encb dny during  hot weather.  At   tho   flrst   appearance   of ^   ^ condition of tho Indlvldunl, not  physical ailments call a physl- x    T   to  give  nny   remedies,   but  to  .,,������������������ \       ' -'���������    ��������������� -     ������������-������-������i    .*   m    ***tr\r  Iu,4,juki_������ r-wvt. c.%:;",!,";*..;.;*! r*!!1?   * *   ���������**���������"������������������ ������������������/-iiid lio ������*nt for st once.  high  tempernture,  Is the great $ ������  nnd  tho  person   removed  destroyer of Imhles. cnoslng 05 ;: T  cool,   well   ventllnted  pat" ceut of l!u> d-entlis. -*! jr  *ow *fo ponulbh*.  iii^|i������^i|ii.|^|^������|,tt������i^|^'|ii|''Mw|''|i������|*t<������|������'|'������t**|*'|*^. 4"t,*4*4"H-t"m-'l-'t,I-t"H'*H-'l"l"t**  ��������� ������    ..  ���������������    J.  Heat Prostration.  Hent prostration may .occur to  thoso who aro not exposed to J  the direct rays of tho sun, but  who aro living under conditions  nceoinpiuiied by great bent and  humidity, such ns workers in  laundries, bakeries, foundries,  otc. In this condition premonitory symptoms or wnrnlug signs,  such na n sick stomach, vomiting, n feeling of fnlntnoss, dizziness and at times a sense of tingling throughout llw body, lire  usually in evidence.  During very hot wenther persons   huvlng   theso   symptoms  ehould go to n cool, shady spot,  sit or Uo down nnd keep perfectly   quiet   nwnltlng  medical  Attendance.   In bent exhnnstlon or  hent prostration tho body toin-  porn I nro Is never elevated, but  mny bo below normal; tho skin  Is   frequently   found   cool   and  clammy, with freo porsphatlon;  tho pulso Is fast ond weak.   Tho  nflllcted person ls vory restless  and moy  bo unconscious.   The  natural npponninco Is often tho  sumo ns thnt of n person who  hns fainted.   Although In expert  lifindH  warmth  mny  bo applied  nnd. atliuuhuita admlnhstcrcd, yet  It Is ndvlsed. lost n mlstnko bo  mndo In determining tho exnot  Shopping in Ottawa.  In Ottawa the credit syBtem has become so completely the habit of shop-  nnra nnd Ht.orokeepors alike, that it is  said the dealers even object * to taking  cash. The story is told of the wife of  a Toronto newfluaper man, who became  a member of the Press Gallery a few  years ago, that when she offered to pay  cash to hor grocer, that worthy object-  od.   She had asked him for a reduction  purchases, stating  to pay cash, ana  elso   seemed to do-  long credit at that,  she thought fihe ought to bo given a  discount.  "My dear madam," said he. "I  could not allow you a discount or any  kind.    Moreover, I would prefer that  is only recently that the paper was  taken over by the Labor Educational  Publishing Company, and "Joo," as  he is called, took tho paper to Toronto.  Kindliness and consideration of other  pooplo's feelings have made him liked  Vhe-f-vcr he is hnews?   Tho Toronto  !BailWB.y employes mado him an honor- i  ary member of tho union when ho re-  saoved to Toronto.   Tlie Trades Council |  in London presented him with a gold j  watch a short time ago, in appreciation '  of his great work in London. When -.t  }��������� necessary to stand up for a principle  Joseph Marks   can   put   up both with  volco and pen a spectacular fight,  It is news to moot men in tho labor  movement to know that it was ''Joo"  who first ran the gauntlet and proposed  to Sir James Whitney that ho amond  the Assessment Act, giving municipalities tho local option Tn taxation,  Mr. Marks was thon a member of tho  When She Motors.  All kinds of fashions this yenr hove  tbelr origin ln tho far east.    Now we  havo the Bedouin motor enp, which Is  slightly    modified    to    suit    western  you should go on the credit system Uko    _ntftrlo i*XOcutlvo   Committee   of   tho  everyone  else.    The books  aro  there. - -  _   -       - ���������������...���������  and you might as well uso them. It  would only be a nuisance to have on*  customer paying cash whon ovoryono  elso goes on credit. What would bo the  use of me taking 50c, or 00c. cash up  to tho bank after a day's businessI"   '���������  Trados and Labor Congress. It you  want to see the editor of the Banner  laugh, ask him if he remembers tho  timo ho proposed tho change to Sir  Jamos ana tlio verbal mix-up both got  into afterwards.  ��������� st once. X  red   to  ������ f  room  ss X  nH I .-Hr-Ji  Dlspensed With Ashes.  Growing no weak towards tho end  that tho rigorous Trapplst rulo that  evory member of the order shnll die on  tho floor amid sackcloth and ashes was  for onco dispeasod with, Bight Rev.  Dom Antoine Agar, O.O.R., famous head  of Canada's most plcturesquo branch  ot the Troppist Order died at Oka re  ceatly. Ills death for we-'ks wss re-  garded as bolng only a matter of  honrc, but the mlphty n-nlTit within  tho frail body fought off for days the,  final paining. Two weeks ego he was  earrlod on Ms bed into the monastery  eaapel, to witness tho religious exor-j  eiisi attendant upon tho celebration  of the foasb of our Lady of Mount Ow-  mel. He was nam-d the first mitred  abbot of tho uonastory ia 1802.  PiuttV-on Ood Liver Oil.  Vthmn   Weri-r-r   Weaver,    of    Chatham  {Township. Ont., appeared in tho County,  ���������Police Court recently to answer to a,  I tbaTao of being drutiic while on the in-,  ter dieted Hit. It itoted tli at whllo he,  ' buy h*vs Wn intoxicated on that par-  ���������Mauler day bs became io by uiltig_*  esrtft<n preparation oi cou uv-h "���������'���������/**  ��������� ���������*���������    r    *       .1 . ...   .,*...m   Im   ������11   j.lnrh.  Usn bottUi of the remedy durln������ the  r������ait few months.   A bottle of the mix-  furs  shown   in   eon**  *kJi P������'lntoa  0I1  ,UULj--__i__4H������ f������Ai *U-heU"  Her Lucky Bicape.  Tho following is ������n extract from a  Police Court report published in the  Evening Telegram, of Torontoi "Her  head swathed in bandages, Maria Coc-  caccl, the Italian woman who fought  for hor life with n. baby in her arms  last Tuoaday, told of having boen attacked by Giovanni Roborts, ner assailant being armed wltb a knifo at tho  tlmo.  " *Uo drow Ms knifo and slabbed  ine," uiad tho ivoxmn.  " "Whero did he cut youf asked Mr,  HugKos,  ���������"' On the sidewalk,' replied Maria.''  A wound In euch a vital spot might  will have proven fatal.  Mo Armi in Ohuroh.  An order has been lisnod by tho  Department of Militia, at Ottawa,  forbidding   the   enrryl-ng   of   arms   by  millMH     UHM������       KUU       UHUlll.     uu       xjm,.i,m.j  church parados.    A regulation to this  effect   Uiu   been   on   record   for   -como  time past,   but   in. recent years   liuo  been   frequently   transgressed.      Tho  urovrth  or   the  Boy  Scout  ������ud  Cudot  I      ...������   i*..   j-_.i���������   .���������  *\.������.���������  -Junior corns to tarry arms on all  occasions whon on pnrndo, have mu(W  it neeeissry, in tho Interests of safety  and on other srouudu, to enforo* th*  xi���������:i���������aLUa.  Tnn nRDoum a-to o-������.  tastes, but the chief characteristic* oi  the old ploco of hondgear nre clearly  ���������eon.*  Tho puffed crown Is of bright green -  silk nnd tho brim of grsy strnw.  About the crown Is n band of binck  velvet dotted with stwen silk roses.  Tho veil Is of white washable chiffon  cloth. , i  A Qood BuaaWlo-t.  When yuu go on your summer trip  havo four or Ovo pieces of nint or  strnw bourd cut tho slxo of the inside  of yonr trnnlc, so thnt thoy will slip  In -iitilly. Wrap dromes tn tissue  pnpor nnd tlo to these bonr-iN with  topu. You run pncli or uiipiicU nnd  tioUitng need ho disturb--*) ni.tll tt Ss  lining    iw   i.\i    i, ol n. < I'.t   <1<������������,.    .<   IIv������ in h trunk with such un nrrangv*  tni'nt.    To Launder llendkerchlsfs.  A ���������ho*'t of fllnn* hirttt' rnnuuli lo hold  tWO    llllllflktfl'ClllfiH    Oil    ������'!4>-t>    Will'    im   u  . . .  i    .. .......ii  %'im* ���������-nit-,,)  i������t������it.v   iu  j-..,   t>.   ...-    -  It ������"*ini lit* wnslly nxpoHi'il to Unlit mid  air nud Iron* hnndkcivhufs better Mmm  ��������� wiudowpaat ������*; mirror.  ���������a  HHMaaHaHMBaHaMHMMH,,  m Comprising S25 Acres  GRAND FORKS, B. C.  __ ������������������������������ Mm** ���������������������������,!��������������������������� ,.,���������,������������������ m   Peaelses  \tHums ^���������^���������T���������"��������� ':*���������_lw   GHerries  ������    Cellared*���������Roots in earth, no danger of winter killing  "We can hold your trade."  Established (OOO by the HON. MARTIN BURRELL  _.  - ,       Minister of Agriculture  I ALL STOCK DELIVERED TO YOUR RANCH ATCATALOCUE PRICES  Save Time and  Money by  buying your BREAD at the  ..   B - _  a.   _   IC S-3 fi^V^  Try a glass of our delicious  Home Made Drinks.  j For Catalogue and Price list, write to���������  WALTER V. JACKSON. Agent, Creston, B. C.  wtm  __^y B _Et_-_-___>��������� S dpi  New  Black  _ cmtir\y  _2_PV  W������   8  Kali  )WCfli  I  Hi. ..'_"*!  -   'A  Mens WoolMm\mV&s\s  *-*j**  General  ^MERCHANT  Agent for House of Hobberiein, Toronto  See our Fall and Winter IJne of Samples for Suits made tp please you  ���������a.  *^rf^ A.  Ii  a  1  a  s  _fi.a_-_._iig;  _la_   W-Lri������llWVi.i"v/ii  ��������� .1 -*���������  Willi  Fruit  B    S  _  Fair  Back of ivlcCreatti'.s Barn  AH kTlnHfi nf  A   ���������a Ji       ��������� -��������������������������� ������������������������.���������0     mm _  Blacksmith Work  CDC-   OUCDTCMIID  ll-T HP rJAQ-Fg  klW i    VI    UUlUUkU  -*_-S_  B BBBB  full  ���������riss"  8 EBB  SISL  B"_HB-  S 1.991  A_*j-**Lj������-s  A CURIOUS LOVE SCENE.  ii  i sack. 9- lbs,  ^ sack 49 lbs.  % sack 24 lbs.      "  the above Elour to b  WE WILL DONATE  Royal Household Flour  as  first   prize  *'     as second prize  "     as   third  prize  tt  used in this competit'on  ALSO  i sack 98 lbs. Centennial Flour  Centennial Flour only to be used   in  this  competition  I  For further particulars ask  The  Koch-fort   Sprang   ������   Surprise   on  ihe  Troubled Couple.  Rocbefort could be very democratic  on occasions. 1 remember an amusing  Incident which occurred when Roche-  fort was in London. His French chambermaid fell in love with his English  roacbman. and they were engaged to  _e married. John, who never spoke of  Rochefort otherwise than as "the marquee," gloomily informed Charlotte  that their project must be kept a profound secret, for It was a custom in  aristocratic houses in London that  when servants in the same, household  became engaged to be married they  were promptly dismissed. Charlotte j se*ve-8 g^y f-uit  could hardly believe this, but John as- '  sured her tbat It was so. '���������'..������������������*  At last Charlotte took her courageIp  two hands and. dragging the trembling  John  behind  her. advanced  intg th������  Single box exhibits���������Wagner, Northern Spy, Mackintosh Red, Baldwin,  Rhode Is. Greening, Wealthy, King,  Golden Russet, Jonathan, Ontario,  Ben Davis, Stark, Gano, Wolf River,  Spitzonhurg, Winter Banana, and any  other variety.  Plate exhibits include all the above  and the following varieties: Yellow  Newton, Grimes Golden, Gravenstein,  Rome Beauty, Hubbardson Nonsuch, '_  Snow, Talnaan Sweet, Gideon, Bien  heim, iN. W. Greening, Golden Piprin,  Alexander, Delicious, any otber var  iety. Best plate of Wagners grown  on Riverside stock.  Crab Apples���������Transcendent, Martha,,  Whitney, Hyslop.  PLATE OF FIVE PEARS  Flemish Beanty, any other variety.  LADIES'  CLASSES  Seat display of apples as a, food, preserved, cooked with pastry, canned or  otherwise.  Best display of jams, jellies and pre-  1   Tho DriflPh Pnmmhin Mumnrm-t Pa  | U  *   SHU UIIUOII- UUIUIimiQ ilUidCfpUUiLlUi  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 hest grade possible.    Our "ONE-YEAR" TREES on  ���������j^riiT'e" itu  'THREE-YEAR WHOLE BOOTS" Excell-ail others  *m r**ak- 0&m. mm.  nan  Limited  y  I  I FRUIT TREES?  t  ���������  AND ORNAnBNTALS  Coldstream Estate Nurseries  VERNON, B. C.  All our trees are Home Grown and guaranteed true  to name. We carry all the leading varieties most  suited to this district. Our specialty is budded stock  on three-year-old whole roots.  All Stock delivered to ranch at prices quoted  For further particulars apply to our local Ageut.  J. Blinco, Box 29, Creston, B.C.  a^^&  _���������_  awesome presence of "tlie ma'cguegW  while he was taking coffee after lunch?  1 was present and witnessed the scene.  "Monsieur Rocbefort," said the chambermaid boldly, "I have something to  tell you."  Rochefort���������Tell me, my child.  Charlotte���������John loves me, and I love  John, and we want to be married?  (John went ns pale as a sheet) Does  monsieur see any objection?  Rocbefort ibis great blue eyes dancing witb fun. his arms raised In the  aln���������Objection, my children, objection?  Wbat earthly objection can I bave?  Venez done que je vous embrassel  (Come and let me embrace you.)  And. to tbe titter amazement of John,  be heartily kissed both youug lovers  on both cheeks.���������Westminster Gazette.  We Guarantee Satisfaction in Every Transaction  We are now represented in this district by Mr. A.  Miller, of Creston  who will call upon bhe planters for their orders in the near  future.   It will pay you to see him before placing your order  80 PAGE DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE FREE  B. C. Nurseries Company, Ltd,  -493 7th Avenue W. Vancouverj B. G?  .*������_*���������.  SYNOPSIS OF OOAL MINIG 'REGULATIONS  WB___B*T"  WW  8 m uaaam>*  ���������      m  c������per  Complete New Stock Just Arrived  CRl������nmining, Painting, Paporhanging, (Jailing,. Hiu\ Sign |,-iim|���������tf  Lot mo give yoa advice! and oallnuiUHi un your work. All work _iiiiT-'  antood to givo Hiitinf/ictinti.  Harry   Leonard  Shop on Sirdar Ave., in the Old Poole Store  YOU WILL. HAVE MONEY BY GETTING MY KSTIMATFfl  Ooal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan nnd Alberta  the Yukon Territory, rhe North west  Territories and in a portion of the Pror  vinoe or British Colnmbia, may be leased  for a term of Lweuty-uuo yeurn nt  au animal rental of fl nn acre. Not  more than 2,500 aores will bo leased to  oue applicant.  Application for a lenso must bo made  by the applicant in person to the Agont  or Sub-Agent of the distriot in which  tho rights nppliod for are Rituated.  In surveyed territory the land must  lio described by nootlous, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in uuRurvoyed  territory the tract applied for shall he  Htiiked out by thu iippliuiuit hiuisoir.  Each application must ba naoompanled  by a fco of $5 whloh will bo refunded if  tho rights applied for nre not available  but not othorwiso. A royalty ahull bo  paid on tho merchantable output of tho  rnlue at tho rate of flvo cents por ton.  Tho person oporatlug tho mino ahull  furnish tho Agent with nvom returns  accounting for tho full qunntitv of mer-  I chantablo coal mlnnd nml pav Ihy royalty thereon. If tho ooal mining rights  nro not boing oporatod, suoh returns  should be furnished at loast onco a year  Tho lease will include tho ooal min.  lug rights only, but tho Iohhoo may bu  por in it tod to purchase wliutovor avail-  , iihlo anrraoo rights may be ooiiHidnred  necessary for the working of tho mine  ut tho rate of $10 au uon..  1 Dor roll information application should  Im mouIh to -tiliH 8������'orHtnry nf tlio j)rv-~j.,_  moiit of the Interior, Oiruwii, or to^anv  Agent or Sub-Agtmt of DdiiiIhioh i_IUdii'J  W. W. OOIIY,  Doputy Mlnluler of tho Interior  mmJB  this ndvnrti-Mimnnt  -'���������������������������������������������      |.-rr..|,.l|,|||||     Ol  Will lint   Iih n������M *���������  Three losses home made bread.  Best jar of pickles, best jar of ket-  chup,vS brownJoavfs, 6 cookie-?, dozen  horii. made buns, lemon pie? apple pie,  any "other variety of pie.      Y  ���������ihiUCi. .ts r__  ^ ������^\t^^.^ --\. x.  ucai Jtowej'jug ui; juiingc pi���������I>C.  VEGETABLES  'Potatoes���������Plate of six of each���������Sir  Walter Raleigh, Irish Cobbler, Carmen No. 1, Dooley, Gold Coin, Wee  MacGregor, and any other variety.  Box of onions, plate of 6 onions, 6  beets, 0 turnips (table), 6 turnips  (stock), 3 cabbage whit������������, 3 cabbage red,  2 citron, 2 hnbbard green squash, 2 golden squash, 2 squash of any variety, 2  pumpkin, 6 tomatoes, 6 red peppers,  6 green peppers, 3 celery, 0 parsnips,  best collection of vegetables on staging  not to exceed 3x0 feet, 6 mangel war*  zel, 6 sugar beets, 6 white carrots, 2  pounds of butter roll or print.  Best exhibit of honey.  POULTRY  Leghorn, \Vynndotte, Minorca,  Langsban, Rhode Island Red, Orpington. Plymouth Rocks, G:v:::c, r*u~y variety, two classes for each variety  Duck or drake any variety, pair i.l  pigeons any variety. 0 bens   eggs.  Poultry exhibitors liuvevto supply  their own pens, 2 feet 0 in. uqu n-ewith  adiiorin front.  The opmnaitto hove the pricelistnow  in hnud ind hope to got it into the  bands of the printer iu a few days.  secution for  Ai MARKING FRUIT  Whllo the great majority of onr fruit  growers and shippers nro endeavoring,  usually enooossfnl, to live fully u > to  tbo requirements of tho Fruit Marks  Act (luupciotiou Sa Soles Aot, Part 0.)  It Ib to be regretted that some fruit Ih  still being poorly packed ohd improperly gradud, and scrao fruit puokag<- nre  falsoly marked.  The Dominion Fruit Inspectors in the  Province and In the Prairies, are hucooi-  ���������iCully titiouriug the marking of imported  fruit, ns required by the now laws paue-  od nt tho request of tho B. 6. Fruit  Growor������* Association. Thiro has not  boon a nlmilor roadlnops to olmorvo the  law on the part of our own fruit groiv-  ors whioh pats the Association and fruit  irrowftrn iwnwriilly, Inn-i *-*nff*irrso*:1ii'**::.  poitltlon. All D. O. grownrM should bo  willing to nni*lnt tho Association In its  to protect tho Industry, hv thnmsplvcs  meeting the law'* ������'ooiilr'>m->*������*������i n^'-Kii^  irlnlntinnN are dnn,  dorth'-tj-**  Wify   m *>������lr*i r\mm  ance of what is required We "urge every  packer ahd shipper of fruit to procure a  copy of the Act irom the Chief Domin-  ion luspector, R. G. L. Clarke, 155  Water Street-, Vancouver, and to read  and master its con ten tp. This must  result iu a better puck of fruit, better  prices, and a higher ieputation, which,  in turn, insures more stable markets ih  future years.  io of oizr Toners sir*3 liahle to **rc������  yiolation of the ace; we  hope that the number of snch cases will  diminish, because the prosecution of the  individual hurts not only himself but  the reputation of B. C. Frnit growers  collectively.  Growers ood packers should also secure copies of the circulars on 'Methods  of Frnit Picking & Handling' and  'Fruit Packing' issued by the Provincial Department of Agriculture, obtain-.  a'>le ou-reqnest from the Department at  Viotoria or from auj Assistant Horticulturist. The act states the law,a requirements: tbe circulars outline the  methods of picking, handling, grading,  and packiu_ to meet, the re������Giresients  of the Law nud tho market.  There must he continual progress in  the methods of preparing fruit for tbe  market, if our fruit industry is to overcome its keen compotitiou and take its  oluoe as one of the priucipal^Jndustrief*  if the province. There must also be  f.coutiuuGd c-ffort hy all our growers to  keep our fruit pack honest and uniformly roliablo, and to raise the stnudard  highor oitfjh yonr. Tho moro favorable  markets and prio s of tbe ourrent sea������  hou, tonipt many to rolax thoir offorts,  resulting iu lower gradeu. The bud results of this prnotlco are liablo to be  severely folt next season, whon the expected bumper crops ever the Northwest BratoH will make tho markote muoh  more critical towards poor paoking thau  this year  R. M. WINSLOW,  Provincial Horticulturist  ��������� SHAW/ THE   ECCENTRIC,  Hie Personality Compels Him to Wear  Coooa Colored. Glatkss.  ���������1 love order in all things," said  George Bernard Shaw at a public  meeting socas ti_Je _go. *s5w tsus  reason I am not. content with ordering  .  i..-���������  ui;   jui;;  uiau uirut^r  uiy  iwrovuSuty.  In s Duemma.  "What nro you crying for, Hobble?"  "Boo hoc!    Willie _   broku  his  arm,  au' ir I ii< I- hltn all tbo roller* will say  I'm n ���������������������.������. .��������� rcl."������  "Why don't you wait UII lio's well?"  "Boo-hoo!   I can't lick him thon."-*-  St Paul -Moneor rrewi.  Pleklno Up.  "riow'e collections at yonr church,  Bruddor Qam bonoV"  "Much better slneo vre got a ono  armed man to pnss de plht**-"-*Washington Herald.  Kept th. Batter Hair.  Algy���������You nny nho only pijrflnlly roturnod your nffertlons? Clnronco-Yos.  Bho returned all tho love leU-irs, but  r(>tnlnfv1 m't *Ka IaimIm.  . -        - * *  Uu������a.  t������_. -i.,���������  ������ have cocoa colored hair, so I wear  ������������_fc^ colored clothes*ond flrink cocoa."  Shaw today has reached the position  of becoming a public institution, Fo?  more than twenty years u2 has one-  ceeded in fulfilling bis boast that every  day some leading paper would have  something to say about bim.  George Bernard Shaw is the jester  at the eomt of King Demos. Whea  years ago he was appointed dramatic  critic to a well known journal be refused to obey the ironclad regulation  that occupants of the stalls most wear  evening dress. Tbe first night be was  stopped at the door of a theater by an  attendant. "What do ypu object to?"  Inquired Shaw. "My cocoa colored  jacket?" The attendant assented.  "Very well then," said the critic, "I  will remove it" And tbe next moment  he was striding up the aisle in his  .shirtsleeves.  , "That won't do, sirl" shouted.the attendant, running after him.  "Won't do?"1 exclaimed Shaw with  u uue uu-umption of indignation. "jl������o  you think I'm going to take off any  more?" The nonplussed attendant  bunded i*ira his jacket and Shavv took  his seat in tbe stalls triumphantly.  During tbe flrst nine years this brilliant mnn was in London his earnings  from literature brought him'tbo princely sum of ������0. Now ho bas an Incomo  of several thousands o year. Of tbat  period which ho spent ln want he says  with bis characteristic candor: "My  mother worked for my living Instead  of preaching that it was my duty to  work for hor; therefore, tako off your  bat to ber nnd blush. I did not throw  myself Into tho strugglo for llfo; I  throw my mother Into It. I wns not n  staff to my father's old ngo; I hung on  to bis coat tull8."~-Londoii Life.  DONT BURN ROUGHAGE.  tmHitunmlvm ������nd Wniitaful Praotioe With  Cornstalks, Straw, Chaff, Eto.  A contributor to Farm and Flrouldo  writes:  "A tondoncy exists among many  farmers to burn up all cornstalks, loose  straw, clover chaff and RiiporfltiouM  roughage about tho place But It Im  too expensive.  "Kvc-ry llmo an ncro of ^UlUw lu  burned twonty-ono pounds of nitrogen  go Into tho air, aiid It will cost you  fill.no to buy It bncle again. Wheat or  ont straw from an aero contains about  twelve to fourteen pounds of nitrogen  and clover clnuf three Union this  amount,  "Ono enn easily figure from theso  deductions what n rocklesa loss to tho  fit:*:- !o r. '.'.:l lu U,_ i.Uuu i������i.o vt ninth.  Hold. Tho cutaway nnd disk linrroww  will chop thorio bulky uiiHerlnls up  ready for tho plow whoro thoy can bo  turned undor. Tf you wtuit to fatten  tho old farm, stuff It with orvrnnlc mnt-  lor."  BES���������

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